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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 February 1907

U-JM., wm&mHmiLMiuiiiiimmmmtmmi uei.n'i.u- ni nil S"M . EIGHT INCHES OF SNOW AND ZERO WEATHER NO HINDRANCE To Old Si, Who Meets Old Time Friends in and Around Gibisonville. Increasing" the Ever Growing Subscription List of the Democrat-Sentinel at Rato of 100 Each Weak. RockbrldgoO, Feb. 11 1007 Editor Di:noouAT-SnNTiNi:r.. The wouthor for last wo ok evi denced the fact that Mr. G. Ting nlul Old Si, both, Haw their Blinders," hut Old Si could'nt stnnd tho confinement find cmno out of his hole. Mr. 0. Hog is still in. Si was out bright and early Monduy morning, feeling an gay as a lnrk, but was ne hungry as a hound. Ho wandered around nil tho morning, happy but hungry, trying to find his way nut between the big snow drops on Route 3, but only succeeded nt about 3 o'clock p. m. Ho possibly would'nt have got oil' that soon laid it not been for Boyd Froiel's old coon dog, who had started out on a foraging expedition. Old Si was on to his bob and followed tho dog, knowing that tho do...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 February 1907

'WM'W- rvmv -yw r""Pff I tmSSSm3iimi2m(i2tom ww wwww w to t WMMMaMMM k3 Lfa Million a a -a a -a By FRANK II. SPEARMAN. IS WW' T whs the sec- oiid mouth of the strike mid not 11 pound of freight had been movod. Things looked smoky on the West End. The general superintendent hitpponed to bo with us when the news came. "You cnu't handle It, boys," said ho nervously. "What you'd better do to turn It over to the Columbian Pa cific." Our contracting freight agent on the coast at that tlnio was a fellow ho er ratic that ho was nicknamed Crazy horse. Night In the midst of the strike Grnzyhorse wired that he had secured u big silk shipment for New York. Wo .were paralyzed. Wo had no engineers, no firemen and no motive power to npeak of. The Htrlkers wero pounding our men, wrecking our trains nnd giving uh the worst of it Roncrnlly that Is, when ,we couldn't give it to them. Why the fellow displayed his activity at that particular juncture still remains a mystery. Perhaps ho had a grudge agai...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 February 1907

y ft, rf v. j-, 1 rtMifi ; !3. I,, .jumiipiiniiwwwuwpiip' lain.uiui'.'.n'i i.jLjaxumiaBsa rs INSANE WHEN HE SLEW WHITE Thaw Not Responsible for the Deed, Testifies Another Expert. VENTURES OPINION AT TRIAL 8erlous Clash Between Jerome and Delmas n Feature of the Session, Attorney HUmmel Said to' Have Turned Over Evelyn's Affidavit. Review of the Proceedings. New York, Feb. 13. Dr. Brltton IJvanB, superintendent of the state hospital for tho Insane nt Morris Plains, N. J., was a witness for tlio defense In the Thaw ense. He testl lied that he wns of the opinion that Harry Thaw was Insano at the time of the tragedy. He hud heen called upon to answer u long hypothetical question In which reference had heen mado to "a serious If not a capital operation" upon Miss Neshlt, when a storm broke between tho counsel. Attorney Dolphin Delmas took excep tions to certain statements of District Attorney Jerome, and had Inserted In the record of the case a protest against "the misconduct of the lea...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 14 February 1907

r-r - fvr-r- iSgpnnQBnfcr ""iwyssf11 T ' Wf i"nnf'pwif -jagfr :f-Vf$ rVTf' ' &&w&' f "t r M&M&SUMmi f:invs ssIEFszot Isa9i S MSI Jrar VV rik.TI'T-.,V ST, ,X x VNV i -V YY s rM W WJTTi . ,v y?'s .-rrfrs ' rrs Nondescript Mrs. Jane Adcnck was the hostess for this club last Thursday afternoon and a very enjoj'able time was spent. Mrs. Theo Tritseli read quite an interesting paper. A unique contest was giv en by the hostess, hearts were passed to each guest, con taining a "Cut" contest. Mrs. J. T. Sanderson won first prize, cup and saucer, und Mrs. Morgan carried nil" tlio booby, a souvenir of Logan. An elegant two course supper was served by Mis. Adcock assisted by Mrs. Ilarloy Dnnnison. Guests of the club were Mrs. Martin, mother of the hostess, and Miss Allio Smith. S. F. Club The Misses England entertained the S. F. Club lust Thursday even ing, complimenting Miss lies, who is soon to marry a Columbus i gentleman Mrs B. K. Trisch. The Colli minis Sun says: Mrs. 11...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 February 1907

'1RPy rtfWr "W THDEMOeRA TSNTINEL. A tin OHIO DEMOCRAT. 20th Tear Nft B ntn IIOOKINft SENTINEL OOth Your No 30 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1907. The Only Deraocr&tlo Papor In tho County Oltontallsn 3000 Ono Dollar Per Teat Ljr; I k te NE G D a OFJSRINDING Common Pleas Court in Session Wednesday. DEALT OUT THE LAW With an Even Hand in the Many Cases. Jtidgo Georgo E. Martin ouuio to Logan Wednesday at fl:BO to lirtld court, and was busy from the tiiuu of hisurrival to tlto iibjourn ment. All lawyers present clamor ed to their feet as soon as the sher iff's "here ye" died away among the ungels in the cloudy film of the beautiful fresco d o c o r a t i o n s. Every fellow wanted his case iieurd ilrst, and the cool, calm court commenced handing down decis ion uiuid it all. The first case was Wesley Mil ler. Wesley had stolen a saw, the property of P .Hankinson. He had previously been tried and con victed. He guve bond pending motion for new trial. The sheriff...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 February 1907

J -'JWkhfcJitVPivJUhAffWCtttattt vji&r --wilifWIfctt.-,. fcW - -t. nv r V : Commentaries Tho Governor Must Protect Them The Athoiis asylum horror, olmrgod ns u brutal murder of nn unfortunate Intnntc, is tho latest out nigo growing out of the control of Ohio's benevolent mid pennl institutions by u pollticnl uiiiohinc. One after nnothor stories of brutality and corruption in these institutions creep to the surface, but this latest Athens atl'air is the most revolting that has yet shocked the public mind. An unfortunate man an inmate dies. "Death duo to a fall," the attend ants say. Suspicion is aroused, tho coroner investi gates, nnd through physicians not in tho employ of tho asylum, finds the victim's chest caved in, ribs broken, and body bruised injuries which could not possibly result from a fall, as claimed by tho attend ants. Evidenco at tho inquest disclosed that the at tendants are in the habit of giving humane treatment known as "pumping." When a patient is "pumped" he ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 February 1907

ftmimmtmmmmmMmmimtmmvmm i'uiw amww .wmic-mmm mm mmtmmimeiimimmviuMuwmv iK i BRUTAL HOSPITAL EMPLOYE MURDER AN INS IE PATIENT Stamp and Kick Him and Real Him With Rubber Hose.Tvo Arrested. (I'oinerny Domncrat.) Tliroo want nttendaiitfi In the Athens Stntu Hospital Hobart Itoetlor of Vinton county, Henry Ilnrkiiif. of Zaloskl, and O. F. Bo bo of Albany, beat V. J. Barnes, a Monroe county pntlont, to death, Tuesday of last week, wlnlo at tempting to subdiio htm. Tlioy subjected liiiu to thu "tramping out" process, u method tlioy liavo for malting patients bo good, and ono which had proven fatal on nioro thuit oho occasion. Tito 1110 thod ib for two" or tliroo big burly attendants to unite on one poor Weiilr inmate, throw him to tho floor, and while one of them IioRIh bis feet'to provont him from kick ing, the othor Jumps up and down on tho prostrate body, sometimes using the feet and other times the I noes. The result, is to break all the ribs loose from tho back bone, drive the shatte...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 February 1907

b iwimMMm mfcmu iiniiiiui ' DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. ruin.tsitieu kvkhy Tiiru'inAir MonNtso, The Logan Printing and Publishing Co, (INCOIII'IIHATF.tl) I'.'HI.lMllKHM VlKOir. I'. I.I1WKY, lt.. ltANSIM,, J. tl, 1)01. MHUN, 1'UKHlllRNT HKCHKTAHV IlDITltlt OFKIUKl-tn DdIIIiiii UlocU, Routli Door Kuternil nt tin) IVulotlliv In t,tniiit,Olilo, m HuconilOlim Mull Mnttor, Thursday, Feb. 21, 1907 Flghtcm mid Ulill'lori. London went eim.v with ilellRlit nnrt pride when MnfckliiK was relieved nnd iiKnln when Pretoria was captured, but history doc not record any riotous deinoustrutloui of cutUiuliiHiu when the last stone win In Id on the stent Nile dam at Ashuiui. Yet that It a thing In which KtiKllshtncn have it rltfht to take more pride than In n dozen victories In the Held. For the 7,000 year since extant Egyptian liHtory hesan, and for no body knows how tniiny thousand yen is before, Kwpt has heen the thread of green fertilized ly the liinndatlons of tho Nile. Thnt little strip...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 February 1907

rkvpif H-, .- & tmmmrnmmmmBm fmwji WMimwuuiijii ii"'tt wiimiiiujiim'i.'Wi,itrnrjj0ftiwiiMiAiwirSiw-i wimmw m r ewtMjgarMrwwtiiccB'wmn;,mii.iiiiiiiiliiMiiM.i $ ir ftf iw ssr ) swr? f )rs r r JOT . '1 IffisiF Tourist Mrs. Phil Rochester wus liosteBS Tor the Tourist Club Thursda y Nondescript Mrs. Will Elselo will outortain the'Nondcsoript Club on Washing ton's Birthday. Junias The Misses Rochester received tho .Tunia Club Tuesday evening. A most delightful time was had. Euterpian This popular club meets at the home of Miss Elizabeth Vail to night. Subject, "Lady Coin posers." Flinch Party Mrs. Hell Martin gave u ilinch party to a few intimate lady friends on last Wednesday night. A pleasing collation was served. Birthday Party Miss Bird E. Heft entertained a few friends with a five o'clock Bupper on Sunday, ifc being her 18th birthday. She received quite a number of useful presents. Seven O'clock Dinner Mrs. Dr. J. B. Lyons entertained at a seven o'clock dinner Thurs evoning. Comp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 February 1907

jfrfjfr-r.,.4Mff .! .m$&Ln.Stj, ,. W.y HfrfrU .M "W "ffl - ? ---.3"f -fr-Mfl. 0ff& llHliiilHflffiBil w . ILf-rt P B a a The -3B ---- -.- g Hy FRANK II. SPEARMAN. wwwwfy'wwwwwwwttM HERE had boon rumor nil win ter tlmt tho en glueeis wore going to strike. Certainly woof the opemtlng dull art 111 en t h a (1 warning enough. Vet In tho railroad life there Is always fric tion In some qu.irtr-r. Tim r.illroiul man sleeps like the soldier, with an ear alert, lint Just (he same he sleeps, for with waking comes duty. Our engineers were good fellows. If they had faults they were Amerlcun faults rashness, a liberality bordering on extravagance and a headstrong, vio lent way of teaching conclusions traits born of ability and self confl' deuce and developed by prosperity. Ono of the best men we had on a lo comotive was Andrew fniuctou: at the same time he was one of the hardest to manage, because bo was young und headstrong. Andy, 11 big, powerful fel low, ran opposite Felix Kennedy on t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 February 1907

3tfp;t"3 w if r i tmmimmrmKmmemiimmTesamaHaKmsp THAW TRIAL RESUMED WITH JOROR Bn IN THE BOX. Evelyn Nesbit Thaw Again on Stand.Cross Examination Began by Jerome. Now York, Fob. 20. Under crosa extunlnntlon by District Attorney Je rnjne, HVelyn NcBblt Thuw made nn admission that drew Harry Thaw holt out of hit) chntr to ueurr-h anxiously the face of his young wife. She ad mitted to Jcronio that a few weeks ni ter that fateful Interview with Thaw In Paris that nerve-racking conver sation which lasted through tho night, In which she told Thuw as her reason for refusing his offer of murrliige, ot the Indignities to which she hud been subjected by Stanford White alio had written two lutters toWhlto from Bou logne Thaw's face iialod at tho rev olution, and apparently It was only with dlfllculty ho restrained himself. Uoforo Attorney Jcromo bad had tho witness In the chair 'or half an hour ho hud secured from tho court a ruling which apparently opens tho way for bringing Into tho trial of ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 21 February 1907

"'W''WW'" T(P? ' &tHi$imtf ; -wi IT"' i '.J !i ir nrawfnraiiHRgr sm zii I HNHEP'SW" i&isirm, maw 1 ffittlHMB Jhh) : ummmmssmM 1 mubnkcjJimwpp I f R ran ' i 115 V lAir1' 1 W IN - & it with alum food by the use of poor .baking powder. Have a delicious, pure, home-made muffin, cake or come in To be sure of the purity, you must use Royal makes a difference in your homea difference in your healtil SI" FOLLOWS W FAITHFUL "Seein Sights In and Around Rockbridge Are of Interest to All. Hogs Butchered the New Way and the Old, --Domino Champions Contest, Roekbiidge, Feb. 18, 1007. Dear Editor. I n in gaining ginund rapidly. T have made an average gain of three pounds to the route and my capacity for storing away buck- wheat and sausage has increased accordingly. My umbrella is in fair condition, able to attend a half dozen blizzards or more, and iny boots have completely played out and it is a case of committing burglary or going barefoot, but 1 shall continue, boots or no boots. I...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 February 1907

5!?-: "4pw'1" f'p: ""l r ' r- j- -'v- W" - EMOGRA T-SENTINEL. wAot8Ji ME OHIO DEMOCRAT. 20th Tear No 0 raHUOOKINO SENTINEL 00th Ym Ho 37 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1907. The Only Democratic) I'npcr In the Oou'nty Olroul&tlon 3000 Ono Dollar Vet Tear Tmr tf rs r MARCH THE EIGHTH. Is the Date Suggested by H. V. Co. FURTHER HEARING Of Condemnation Proceed ing in Probate Court. The delay in proceeding in the Hocking Valley shop proposition is Hoeining no Hiigrant fault of either side. As was stated here tofore tlio en ho was continued ponding recoipt of certain records of the directors mooting of the railway company, bearing on the authority for this condemnation proceedings to be brought. This was presented by way of afTldavit submitted to council purporting to bo a copy of the minutes by Mr. Cott, secretary of the board of di rectors of New York. However when such copy was submitted to Powell & Powell by Judge Hunter for the company, the former men tio...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 February 1907

tmmmi m i " n mm uinmium unnnnw turn mi numum in ,'wwwiiinmiiimuimin.iim i mwww w Commentaries, 4 It Takes Whit-Loather Brains Weie It not that the public is long Buffering, nnd that the human brnin is made of whlt-lonthor or raw hidej tho asylums or brotliolB of this country would not hold" tho tmfortunntcs drifting there The nows papor head-linos of theao days are onough to crush tho reason out of the most carefully composed mind in" the most powerfully constructed cranium. Murder, rape, ruin, -robbery and wreck, are tho sweet, peaceful, Godlike captions thnt prevail in this Inttor century of culture nnd civilization in nowspnper-dotn. It's the news, and tlmt is what tho reader wants and pays for. There is some talk of trying to suppress the story of debauchery in the Thaw murdor case. Then it is time to suppress tho the story of life in high society. It is no wonder the young American girl falls; she reads the sensa tionalisms in the head-lines, and longs for her nnme in the pape...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 February 1907

,- -r &.-? ms- nil in i1 fA'i u " ,iggiitiLajiaia!jiijij.imiflxvii ujjjijun'gpiijijuiijmwi lflJUlU.U!ii.i.ai , B .. 333-- n GOVERNOR DISTRESSED BY ATHENS DISCLOSURES If Indictments Are Followed by Convictions His Hand will be Heavy on Officials. Governor Harris was profoundly rt (Footed liy tlm findings of tlio Athens county grutid jury wliiali Indicted flvo uttondanta of tlio Atllons Statu hospital for tlio Jn- anno, and declared cruel punish ment of i ninnies had been in vogue thero for years. Should this condition of nll'tiirs he proven to exist, in the criminal trials which will follow the indict ments) for murdur and assault, it is safe to predict the governor will come down on the institution and everybody connected with it with n. heavy hand, and will not leave a ve'stigo of tlio loose and ir responsible system undor which (SlllliploOdSH) A great revival of U. C. T. in terest was experienced in Logan Council No, 204 at tho December meeting when Grand Past Coun selor It. 1...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 February 1907

A MCTVirsr .( -rtrwuwTTSW; atjat fe oj- " 1)WWmlWliiMI ,u V U ; l 6 IS f , If ri m h i- N- DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. runUHHKti svnitT TiutimnAT mhnijci. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCl)lll'llltATKI)) I'ttllMSllKtlH VIKOUif. I.OWIM, II. O. llANHKI., .1. II. Hoi.I.Ihus, 1'IIRSlllKNT HHCHKTAItV r.llITOH OKKIOK:-In Dolllvin lllock, Hoiitli Poor Klitrreil nttho I'oMiiIIIpoIii I.okhii.OIiIo, ik HnoonilOlHH' Mull Mutter. Thursday, Feb. 28, 1907 REAL ESME TRANSFERS. Gore John F. Terrell to Frank St. Clair, quit-claim to 88 35 acres in the e. Iiulf of n. w. 1-4 of Sea. 20, $1.00. Goro Anna L. Terrel to Frnnk St. Clair, warrnnty deed to above described premises, 1.00. Logan Roman Brooker nnd wife to Jacob A. Keller, lot 410, -1-800. Logan John W. Tritsch et al to John W. Jones, part of lot 1, Bishop's addition, formerly known as the Steam Mill property, $1.00. Logan John W. Tritsch et al to A. Magoon. The premises last above described, .LOO. Laurel Geo. W. Snider, Admi...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 February 1907

rh "t,v. aim. n'i mw ' "w-wum mm jimnn1 IHv' &OftW HPWf' The paly excese for buying anything but a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder is to save a few cents in price ljj ROYAL costs you a few cents raofc per can phatc of Lime powders, but it is worth far more to keep your cliccts of these fflfContinued VCTK&, "fiL Avoid 3ftk xiiaifev u South Perry Orrin Upclyko of near Circle- ville, visited rol itives here from Thursdny until Sunday." Hugh Curr one of our oldest citizens is again seriously ill with a complication of diseases. Miss Muggic White is visiting for a few weeks with her sister in Logan. Miss Jessie McClelland still continues to slowly improve from her recent severe attack of appon dicitus. Asa Gntton hua gone to Bellyillo and Chicago Junction to visit with relative. James F. Mattin is moving his household effects back on his farm over on the ridge. Miss Saraanthn Gardner has gone to Lancaster to remain with her sister, Mrs. Lewis Beaver. R. T. Davis and wifo...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 February 1907

f""rppi,J8T' T" flTi i I Hill IB P WW WW LMiiiiKraiiKfflraftw hhhi)'i)uhwtw nwm pnarimvimi nnmnummmm MUiuiuuiumiiU ""W """J" fT '"' l&HPrfyijp! -ir-T0njn"tT3p'iKii hi i I- J " hU( ? 4? , &mmmmmwMiWto a a a a The By FRANK II. SPEARMAN. a a (twwwf'wwwtMwwM HEN the blR st like caught us nt Znnesvlllo we hnil 180 en gineers lUHl llri!" inen 011 tho pay roll. One hun dred and sev-etity-nlue of these lucu walk ed out. One flrciuan Just one stnyed with tho company; thnt was Dad Ham ilton. "res," growled Dad, combating the protests of ttii! strikers' committee, "I know It. I belong to your lodge. Hut I'll tell you now an I've told you afore I ain't goln' to strike on the company so Ions as Neighbor Ih master mechanic oil this division; ain't a-goln' to do It, an' joit might as well quit. If you Jaw hero from now till Christ mas, 'twon't change my nilud nar a bit." A11U they didn't chatige It. Through the calm and through the storm, and It stBrmed hard for awhile, Dad Ham ilton, when...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 February 1907

n KwniietwinniAPMnran MNQftiPEl PORTABLE HOG HOUSES. An Eny Mutter to lnt Them In n New I.iiontlon, A linndy portable hop liouso In uso at tho Moiitniut experiment station Is described In Ornngo Judd Farmer ns follows! '1'Iicho houses lmvc been In uso for more tlinu two mouths, nnd the Idea Is sich n practical one nnd the outlny so Btnall tlmt wo glvo our exact plun for iJUlldtnjr. It. might bo Rtated right hero tlmt tho material for tho roof, ends mid Via. I PJjATFOItlt FOll HOO HOUSE. floor of tho hog houso was ordinary 1 by C tongued and grooved flooring, which cost us nt tho ruto of $1 per thousand. The other material used was tlao ordlnury SJ 1j i scantling, 'Which cost $15 per tliousuiul. First make n platform 0 by (1 feet, with Tour 12 by 4 pieces supporting It and running the entire length as skids. Tho plat form will appear as In Fig. 1. Next a 2 by 4 Is supported four aud a half feet above tho center of thol platform, -with Its long way running the snmo direction at the 2 ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 February 1907

is fmji$$im,jiwi"!!Wt''K 'W!milwmmTFmW:w7vwBWW u MwwBfttfiSiiG4w IMS .i ui in I'! 1 1 11 1 w CI v sfeLAif , 3HSK Tho Robocca Sisters Tho lloheccn lodge, after tlietr business session was over last Fri day ovening, lmd a delightful time in ti way of a tatVy pulling. Over thirty members of that lodge en joyed the treat in chargo of Mrs. ChaH. Young, who it is reported, did herself justice in j.repairing the tally for tho assembled mem bers to "pull." Taffy Pulling Miss Pylvia and Lucetta lleln stettler entertained a few of their friends Saturday evening with a taffy pulling in honor of their house guest, Miss Klla Sheron of Carbon Hill. The following guests were present: The Misses Jrene Barker, Bertha Oliver and Ella Sheron; Messrs Harry and Paul Mills, Ray Beery, Charles and Darley Harden and Clyde Funk. Honor of Mrs- Crawford Mrs. Phil Rochester entertained a company of ladies Saturday evening, complimenting Mrs. Agnes Crawford, of Dayton, 0. A delightful informal evening was spent...

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