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

JSIflJW" ' '' '-'wfc'F'.Jrs;,s' " ' 4 q- ' - iy "jajtSf MyNHMiyiiiiii lyywn !"" "W ? v RmMHMHnARM PljIWs Wji J.'. J"8" c . v- , k; f?l I W I1 s r 1 n K3 and wholesome. i fz1 You can make belter food with Baking Powder AB&QMXtmw PURE Lighter, sweeter, more palatable ROYAL BAKING! POWDER CO. u:i;5 MBW-YOSk. SB5 JHMBF tSfVjm. , .Til mtiirii .u v atth I4 1 1 VU Vfc Wed Iksr X&kg&&hz2 -' nnd Mr. Ned Monroe, of Columbus, who a Lojfnn visitor on Sunday. Mr, Frnnk Harrington, nf Co lumbus, in visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Harrington. In Franco tho totoplinno girla eny "I listen". Ilore they do it without Buying so. Messrs, Hubert Sherrard and Arthur Riff, of Neleonville, were Logan visitors Monday. Mr. Arloy Stnllsmith, of Colum bus, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Sarah Stallsuiitli. 7p If- Tourist Club. The Tourist Club was enter tained this afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. W. rullen. Skating Party- Miss Bertha Ueinjein and Mr, Clarence Ilejup entertained their friends with a ...

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. — 21 March 1907

HWWWWWWHH 'I i V ! j? a- v. M Ifr I A O i f f p I MttttMfMiftftfMttffy 1 Our Story Teller. 3 The Appropriation Bill By FRANK H. SWEET rojijrtfil, 1M0. lu Vianh It. Street T HE days when handkerchiefs nntl notes could bo dropped ftotn the ruIIuiIcs Into the sunn to ' chamber, thine to be treusuted or returned by gallant senators, have gone by, ami now fair visitors who witch the Joustlug of moat minds In the arena below nre dobaried fioin whispered conversation nml sltrnnllntf, from leaning upon tho woodwork uud even fiotn titlllzlne; the shell as a tem porary place for wraps and cloves. Hut tho restilctlous are futile. Hand? cannot be tied or blight eyes hidden or beads made Immovable, and ho lone as that Is tho case theie will be commu nications between ladles of the gallery aud senators of the floor. As In the seventies aud eighties, there are Ht III orators who declaim to the galleries, and not oue of them, In spite of the pic Ecrlbed silence, but knows well wheth er tho fair thu...

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. — 21 March 1907

uf , K "M rr wj imMMnmmMMmNM To -flifl-JltlMKentryi- BV heNrV c. wood. (Copyright, IWi ly Dally Story Pub, Co.) ''Lor I Lor I Jnbez," nuiinblod tlio old woman, tlio wagon wheels creak ing a fUting accompaniment to, her high, shrill; voic, "I'm skcjjrciUwe uila won't never gitterUic hilltkeiw try. Hit Bccirta n powerful 'long wny oirl" ' " Tho jwngon crdnkctl - dolefully' along tljo while, dusly piko with nl jnost tlio Jilaint of a living crea ture in Ufl monotonous whine, while frtfni tlio Inngled grass anil weeds by tlio wayside the aulumnal chorus of insceta chirped merrily a grate ful contrast to tho pessimistic ve hicle. A mnn and woman, both past the middle ago, plodded wearily along in tho dust and heat, tho woman near tho rear of the wagon, the man at the horse's head. -Now and then he Bpoke a word of encouragement to tho bony, patient beast, whoso Btrength was ill-fitted to the burden fie pulled, although the woman lent a willing hand wherever a small hillock was reached, an...

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 March 1907

wwtsflwwns SA lll I ! UllHUIIMWi wiimi WW " " mn. II mi l mil Y h.F f m m HJ W u hfi "f i Xfc ClMKC Jit SX tMk jESSS"' i Other 'Towig by Lewis Ilulllncs, to shoot one of tlio members of .Incol) llniiiterV family. It is also reported there is n warrant out for liitn, hilt liie arrest has been postponed in eon- iVlciriOIl sequence of the nbsonco of one Yes, we wore in the Hood, but wll wl" 1)0 i"Ptaiit witness wo escaped without damage ex- ' tllc cnB0' wl, ls expected to re- cept to roads, fences and fields. t,,r fi,,orly who" tl,e c,,,I)rU w,n It is reported that the ground is be tnke" in CU8t0l,3'. Blinniniz down hill tnklnc the rcsi-' We have just received n mes- of Squire Sheets along with it. ,BnR nver tho 'l)l,0e ttom Mid No 0 school gave u spelling the Gibison and Claud Cupp, who sun- oveningof the Uth, it is supposed Pe,,dei1 llleir eltor business to be tho last one of tho season. I tliree or fm,r weuk9 aB for tlle Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Frank purpose of attending a protracted F...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 March 1907

tjf&lfljtltjp J. C. LEWIS IN "SI PLUNKARD," MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 1ST, 1907, AT OPERA HOUSE. BAND AND ORCHESTRA. EMOeRATSENTINEL. i i IHIi OHIO M1MOORAT. 2fllh Yaat No 13 THE HOOKING BENTlNKL 66th Yr Mo 3d LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1907. Tlit Only Democratic l'aper In tie County i atroblatlon 3000 One Dollar Per Teat TUV7 n . l . v.. m m v. m.riiirfSfd. l f ! , THEY HAVE THE DEED H. V, Ry. Co.. Purchase the Gallagher Tract. SHOPS ERECTED AT ONCE Everything Shaped Up by Contesting Parties. On Tuesday Judge Hunter, representlng-the H. V. Ry. Co., and J3d. Powell, rfipresBtiting the GalingherFriesner-heira; came from Columbus and made the. final set tlement of the condemnation suit in the Probate Court. There all legal controversy ceased, and a general settlement had. Mr."" Powell had prepared an abstract of the land sought, and formally deeded the land approx imately 40 acres to the Hi V. Ry. . Co.-,. for the money consideration of about $8,000.00. The money...

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 March 1907

SStotviji j minmiiuBwyw iailWltlHWIB)lllliBAMjMBW'WHBgWig x- -" V 1.1 , Editorial Observations. -"-K" Scooping State News. S'ewH Intended to lu hUrtling is wafted f rnm Cluvo land that Httrton is to bo 11 candidate for senator to succeed Foraker. Jt is stale news. Hurton's capers at the Dnj ton convention last year and during the ensuing campaign advertised his senatorial candi dacy to the wide, wide world. Soon some verdant teiances are entitled to the weightiest consideration, a deference which would bo promptly accorded weie thoy given tho publicity they deserve. This con spiracy of suppression by tho loadera of high tlnnnco can only be accounted for by their fear of the eli'ect upon the reading public. Jt will be remembered that when Bryan returned ,. . ... . . ,.,, ,i ,i,f i from Europe and made his famous ModiHon Squure pencil pusher w.ll spring as a scoop the tale that I . . .. . ,., .. , . Harry Daiightery is a candidate for governor, just as though he were- not alwajB ;i ca...

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. — 28 March 1907

) rrr f l v Gtrnmrmmmmmmmmm HISTORY OF GENERAL . CHAREES H. GROSVENOR Written for the Ohio Magazine by Senator Charles Dick. , On the 4th of March, 1007rGen eral ChurleB II, Grosvenor will have coraplotetl twenty years of 7 Jervlcu in the Nationul House of Representatives, and one of tlio nioBt striking figure in national politics will retire, for u time at least, to private life, If one were asked to state brieily one of his principle characteristics, he would doubtless reply that General Gros Vonor'is a good fighter. His brief biographical sketch in the Congressional Directory a sketch whioh has done service fdr twenty years and which appears in tho Ohio Yearbook and othor biographical works admits that ho comeB of fighting stock. His grandfather waa a lieutenant colo nel of Connecticut troops in the Revolutionary War, and his father Was a major in a Connecticut regt medt in the War of 1812, and both rendered brave and gallant Bervice for their country. If pride of an cestry is ev...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 March 1907

-"tt5t - zTTfteax -tsupawwjffct - S5n7T7"ySwfailria5ai ii I'd : ' j i i a DEAIOCRAT-SENTINEL AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUiii.tsiiKD rvriii NiriittiAv Mninmii, The Logan l'rintiiia; and 1'iiblisliiiig Co. (INtMllKlltAllMt) viuv I'uir.itM VlltOlt. .'. I.IIH 111 1'llHStllt'NT 3I.O. llA.SHKI,, HKCIIHIAIIY ,1. II. Doi.i.ihh . linntut OHAM. II, lll'l K l, knt rou it. Manakpu OKI-'tOI!: In DntliMin lllnok, South Door Entered lit tin1 l,ni(tiii,i In l.onii Ohio, us .Second Iiiji Mull Mill I cr, Thursday, March 28, 1907 II A NEWSPAPE Running n newspnpor is juat liko running a lintel, nitty diU'oroiit. When a umn goes into a hotel nnd finds something on the table that does net suit him he tines not raise hades with the landlord mid nil in ' his old hotel Well hardly. He sets that dish aside nnd wades in to the man' dishes that suit him. It is diirerent with some newspa per rendeis. They find an nrticle occasionally that does not suit them exactly and without stopping to think it may please hundreds ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 28 March 1907

""'Sf8"1 IF"npfW'W mnwss' rr IBUUHlf 1.U' IJliJ.'UlL!ilWWr . .' II IIUMWWWKI "v. . l Respect YOUR Stomach GIVE it food that will not irritate or retard the performance of its natural " functions, and it will reciprocate in a way agreeable and comforting. No single ingredient contributes so largely toward wholesome, nourishing, agreeable food as Royal Baking Powder. Royal Baking Powder's active ingre dient, Grape Cream of Tartar, is the most healthful of the fruit products. " This is why Royal Baking Powder makes the food finer, tizing and anti-dyspeptic, a friendtofhe stomach and good health.) Imitation Baking Powders Contain Alum, 1 "The use of alum and salts of alumina itii food should be PROHIBITED. "The con- stant use of alum compounds exerts a deleterious effect upon the ''digestive, organs and an irritation ofjtheinternal1 , organs after absorption. r - "EDWARD S. WOOD,"M.'iy , "Professor of Chemistry r , "Hward Medical School, Boston.'. k ' ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK s...

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. — 28 March 1907

IfflliiWflMW'Mjftjl I. ' i J- i s f 1 INTERESTING STORY OF OLD MAN'S CAVE. Story of The Old Man and His Dog Writ by a Resident of Cedar Grove. The Old Alan' (ii known to many of tho citizens of this coun ty, nnil bittiiitoil Hour Cedar CSrove, suppn-cil tn tn ku Its name from tho old man nntl his dog, thut ox plnrud, anil' lived in this cave in the 17th Century. Tlio Old Alan was supposed to have no other oompunioiiR except his doj itnd gun. We noticed written or en graven in Old English on the face of the rocks, the name of the old runn, dog mid gun. We also noticed the place wheic the old man mid his dog rlcpt. Had a place Vi here his gun laid. These places were plainly indicated. The old man's namo was given as Retzler, and the name of his dog was Harpor, and his gun pointer, bearing the dnte of 1702. Tho Old Man's Gave is ahout 800 yards long and its width is ahout one half its length. It is on an ele vation of ahout 7") feet ahovo the sparkling water of Cedar Valley . The most ...

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. — 28 March 1907

7 -Wn-f--3v lp-- ;, FOR K ON 0 Would Leave it to The People in Primary Election. Ohio News in Brief. Washington, Matr.h 27, In a state ment just hsued by Senntor Fornker, H Is niuUo ulaln that Ohio's senior . sonatoi does not concede that Secre tary o( War Willlum H. Taft will bo Ohio's choice for the presidential nam Itiutlon next year. In his statement Senator Foraker says he does "not want any political honors from tho people of Ohio with out their hearty approval," and he sug gests that the proper way to determine who is the choice of the people to head the Republican ticket and to represent the state In the United States seiute is for the Republican state executive Committee to authorize u primary election to choose delegates to the state convention which will be called upon to determine these ques tions. The announcement of Superin tendent of Insurance Vorys that he will suppopt Secretary Taft for the presidential nomination led Senator Foraker, It Is believed, to Issue the st...

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. — 28 March 1907

'iiftiumjMim n tfrwm,itt ,& i n i"iipn.i ; ..iihi,!. i iM mito UfHWi HlHlflHipwtui rf V V H ? h L "s. BJBsjiM "wtx y?vv r: fs" r j I Vf f ,-V if T4Lyj& In mW V rms VIM 6l diEf ! " Til lUSp1'''1 -Jf- a . ()V(jr Pythian Sistors. The Pythian Sisters held initia tion ceremonies for two, followed by n luncheon, nt their hull, Tuesday evening. Tourist Club. The Tourist Club will hold a postponed meeting thiB afternoon at the residence of Airs. G. W. Pillion. 6th Anniversary. Airs. Fred Grove entertained a paity of little people last Saturday in honor of the Oth., anniversary of Master Hat old James. Nondescript. , Airs. Sandeibon, Airs; Lindley and Mrs. Kitele will entertain the club at the li juie of the latter this afternoon. Airs. Dr, Ellison will lie hoste&s for the Social Circle next Wednesday. Social Circle- The membeis of the Social Cir cle gave a vurv ploasunt Mirprne for Airs. Will Hills at the home of Airs. Walter licckcr, Wednesday afternoon. Airs, lluls loaves soon...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 April 1907

.3WWi ini'i'i'irtlifc'HiL'ii5lm ijaa1 WiMtHM. i 'tin itl'nwiinjr' ii I HI ipjMwi'H j- WWinmflalf T ""' ,T$p" ". ffrttfl ' "Mv jrflwir"h' TIM! OHtO DliMOOHATi BOlli Year Ho 14 TWU HOOKIHU UUHTINllIi OOtli Year No 37 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL t I97. Th 8 Only Democratic Taper In tin Ooiiatj Uirctllatlon 300(1 One Dollar Per Year j$ML&rA m, Ji JUL pL ML& JL&& 7 f I THE WATER WENT UP. But This Time Not a Gen eral Flood, RATES ADVANCED That Causes Consternation Among Business Men, While the business interests of I Logan quietly slept a night last week there slowly stole in upon some of them a "high water" that, next (lay, made them sit up and notice things. The Water Works Trustees of TjOg.au have been' struggling along carrying a deficit of ubout $400 for u long lime,' and in order to get squared up and on a paying basis, they Btarted their superin tendent out on u cruande of look ing up water services in business housos and reducing those to tho pay r...

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. — 4 April 1907

r j-v ONE AND ONE-HALF HOUR " To Pay Costs of Fires- Prevention is Bei ier Than Care. Oliio'e nnnuat ft i I u ilu the cfist of lire t opal ttiient and flio prcv.-i.tlou iipplinneo? is equal to 1" per cont, of tho total years pro duct of nil the Industries of tho state. So, every producer gives one und (i huh hours out of each day to in uk o good the lire cost. In liis report of a yi'iir ago the fire, marshal In speaking of the profits of tlieinsurniK'o companies, said: "In 1i)6o the lire itmir nnco companies had to pny hack In lo83es but 31 cents out of each dollar of premium collected. This left a nice margin of profit to pro tect against a conflagration loss that will conic bye and bye." It oaiiio in n hurry Every one contributes to the payment of this co-H. Tart of it is added to the prices of the laces of the plutocrat's daughter and to the price of the working man's dinner pail. Evon baby's milk comes from an insured cow, resi dent in an insured table. Insurunco is the founduli...

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. — 4 April 1907

-n lK ffawnmwjryyiiy'juir'i MJUaUL'JEULI 'U-t'J 'LlUUJPUUUl LUk-UJIJUL.i .JUL. UklU-LUlu-tli'tti-'JUheaiiililUM MJLaiti !lTRfcOiytt35liJBiTOM.'IJttfliMrtCyiflX.IE.ftt S Wl A FEW OF OUR READ-AS- flVVVVlVW'V.'VVk'VVVfc'V $ -a "Get tlw Habit" anc! go to Editorial Observations. t S S. Yllll N W COHBff urnr s Net Ml Marat $ $ $ . Taft-Fornker War Is On. Republican politics oT Olilo tiro certainly in a state .of cluing, iiinl the situation is anything but pleasing to tho republican politicians, both factions apparent ly being ready to lly nt enou-otho'r in ft fight of ntini hllation. Tlio Tnft boom ib moving along nicely nnd its olilof pushers wero just rejoicing over tho capture of J a key Vnris, of L-tnonBter, as Tnft Mana ger, when Foraker oxploded a shell In their enmp that mudo n noise like n Blunip, This bit of dyna mite was shipped in by wire' from Washington, an nouncing that thoN Senator favored a primary at which the Republican party of the state could ex press its preference ho...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 April 1907

r I 1 wnaMMmKi DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL m A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.' PlJllMHIIKll RVKHV rllt'tlHllAT JWItStNO, Mr, Lconnril OdVniiU lout two! K"nu Tiiliunii ttllt not fare ijullv ooWa, two plus, fine colt. H:vunil w-'H. Ills damages to bottoms hiv'N of hncp, 200 huihels of corn 100 ImlhuU of whe.it anil Ills wheat n m Id unit In t torn 4 were tor- The Logan l'rinll.ijj and Publishing Co. ribly dnnugud, A very conserva- l i Y w estimate-places "his loss .tit .18800. iVulilM."'-. ".' r:rr I'"therS.nith-fnredwor,cthn l. n. Hoi i.iHi.s. . . . Utitruii ,itiy man tilmig Salt creek, Mr. UJH,'llll,'.HA1PIl !M Ml M'IRItB CltAH lI.lll.Ci-. i, ftlirUIK.VVtANAIlllll OKKUK - III Uolllnoh l!lfcl.', Simlli Door Utitirvil lit tliu !'""' Ihm In U)jnii C) tilt), ns Mooomiriiiiu Mull Mntlfi. Thursday, April 4, 1907 SI" STILL IN IHE WEST EI Benton Township, April 1st '07. Dear Editor have just about completed the circle of Hen ton township and expect all fool's day will conclude. On Wednesday morning I left on lont...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 4 April 1907

flSVsny "fif-wow , & a g ,se7s,v' -,iS50tfa4awAi-V ' tfc-sA.ar! SIMMa '-! Jf - n, fff - (wsmjMiw' i. ir 4 V " ,. Delici Hot Biscuit MADE n SY17 t JLLr j. rxJLj are the most appetizing, health ful and nutritious of foods Much depends upon ' ROVAL BAKINQ POWDEFt CO..NEWVOBK. p aj iwihhbj Stringtown Mr. Clarenco Carpenter cIqbbcI a very successful term of school at tills place last Fiiduy with a very interesting program. The 7, fore-. noon was spent In reoiting of lea-1 eons by the sobolais. At noon a eiiuiplttqilB dinper was spread und all did it arapet justice. The af ternoon was spent in general his tory questionu, whioh was very in teresting. A program waa ren dered at night in the way of spell ing, reoitations,mii8io and songs. Mr, Mart fined and family spent lust Sunday with Mr. John Evans and family, of Plensant.Vulley. Mr. Homer ttahein, moved his family down 011 Mr. Marion Han eel's faihi, on Tick Ridge, Inst Wednesday. "We are sorry to have them leave, as they were kind a...

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. — 4 April 1907

ir!. "gt'Mtygr'Bwjs' ',-l7r-j6"i !5yP fcwfcpfiwwwiryi tfjwBiMiwwB im mmmmmmmmMwmmmmm vmm90mmm n&tmuMvufmi htshtwm jRi'l T"- """-." imnsEasHCQKHannimvBrnnBnRnfnvnKmnrwc3nrvwaH9 IV I s I I wmi. -. r , K&? HZ rfft ffocr-Towig (Continued from Page Five) Cedar Grove Mr. and Elijah Woolover nro on the sick list nt this writing. Mr. and Mr?. D. C Walker en tertained at dinner lust Simdnj', Mr. nnd II. A. Gordon, Charley Davis nnd sister Norn, Herbert Lovesey, Major Loid Shannon, Harry Zimmerman and Y. R. liar ton. Misa lot' I Dnvis is in the em ploy oT Mr. nnd Mrs. Nouh Mc Cown, of llig Tine. Vm. Kitchen made n business trip to Logan last Monday. , A. C. Sinn miulo u business trip to Union Furnace last Thiirfdnj. 51 r. Will Sinn, of Cadis visit his father, A. ('. Sinn, of this place last Stmdn'. 51 r. Dan Keck and wife of IMsvckjaclc, visited Marion Kitchen and. wife 1 it t Sunday. ilr. Mike Kngle, of llesboro, was in our village, last Thursday on oillcial business. Si HubbnrJ, of ...

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. — 4 April 1907

-'i'. -W" i-wr 4 1 Am 1 HU-mJJ&n- kn-r , $. 3rfrL.-,aCy.f II. -r, - . i T 1 rmsRmmnnn A Word of Caution Re garding Alfalfa. As a result of the great interest which has boon awakened in al falfa during tho past year or two it is probable that more alfalfa will be sown in Ohio during tho coining soason than the total of all that lias boon sown in tho state since its reclamation fjrom tho wilderness. In view of this proba bility the Experiment Station, whioh has boon growing thla-plant for yours in various sections of the state, would offer tho follow ing words of caution : In tho first place, alfalfa must have time. Over tho western half of Ohio, which is undorlaidvith li niestones, this point need givo tho pro'speo tive alfalfa grower no concern, ex cept in a fow old fi elds where tho failure of rod clover und tho ap pearance of sorrel indicates acidity of soil ; but over the broad belt of shales and sandstones stretch ing across the state from north to south, east of a line draw...

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. — 4 April 1907

I,iti i mi -w '" W'iPryf,"'ig'"'"i'p "&!Pir ft UW !R; W m II I skills - .." .c.ri kMr. foi'vi,-- nil i '"ill M GLLIp?! Domestic Club Mrs. Cowell will ontertain the Domestic club next Thursday. At Cards Mrs. Warner and daughter, Mrs. Henry Wnodworth of Haydenville, will entertuin with cords Friday evening at the home of Mrs. War ner on Main street. Twice Five Mr. and Mrs. E. B Comly received the Twice Five club, Monday even in j. The subject to be forever settled was, "Shall the Niugra be Preserved for its Scenic Beau ty." Judge P. I. Martin led oil' with a strong plea for the advance ment of commercial interest. Sentimentality should I not deter the demands of trade. Dr. Aplin likes the beautiful. Hs plead the cause of "A Thing of Beauty is a loy Forever." The other mem bers took hold of the great sub ject, and helped t" settle it one way or the other. The guests were Mts. Charles Wright, Mrs. J. T. McCormiek and daughter Francis. A most enjoyable colla tion was served Nondescri...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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