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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 May 1907

vv tttm S! I i! C f OLD SI" VISITS STAR Many Names Added to the List of Readers. Logan, Ohio, May 27," 1007. Editor Democrat Sentinel: I took u short saont through Green township last Thursday and Fri day hud received tlto usual en couragement. T loft Logan u little beforo six o'clock u. m , and struck cast until I reached the In firmary road, when I turned in that diroction. I got as for as the Floyd crossing and of course, found no bridge, so I had "to hike up tho bottom to No. 2 railr. ad bridge On my way up I met Mr. Nick Tlgnor and son and Isaac Frasuie, and was considerably en couraged by receiving two big, bright dollars and I placed their names on the list. When I got to No. 2 bridge I lookod over in tho Hates bottom and saw Riley Wine fertilizing for corn. Riley's name is on tho list. Of course I felt pretty good, meeting three heads of families and getting three new subscribers. I continued along tho ruilroad until I again struck thelnfirniury, or Union Furnace road, follo...

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. — 30 May 1907

5 ' , srmia?Fr 'V..1 I ?s. 3?v IIWgMmUIWWWMHUW kl feh I! I'' ' li lt J ,)Jf J -lKhJ j& - - Market Reports. ,, . ,, , , , , , , troubles is to prevent the. causes. Prices Paid by Logan Merchnnle, T. . ... , ,. ., .,-,,,,- It pays to cultivate gentleness May 2i th, 1 J)0. . ., . , ' i in the poultry 3'nrd. AN)le8 5-00 l"titoo8 OOcj The man who hu been a fail. . 1:ic V'BK -,0,iiroiiteveiyll.inB bo ban under. C,lickcns "c Dlopseli 12, taken, certainly cannot hope to W1,eut Wc ,ni " 00 , make a success of noultrv culture. uius... duo iimottiy 10.50 Hogs ... Steers ... Heifers' Calves ... oil1-' 00 ... -Uc Dressed 7c Cows He Hulls ... Lu nibs . lie lijc OKXnUAI. .MAKKNTS 'Cincinnati Wheat, 1. 00; Corn, ii7e: Onts, 47c; Rye, 7i5e; Hogs, (Jo; Steers, 5c; Sheep, 4:fe; Lftmb3, 5 Ac. Now Vorlc Wheat, 1.00; Corn, 00o: Oats, 17c. Chicago Wheat, 1.00; Corn, ote; Oats, Sc; Steers, oe; Cows, oc: Heifers, He; Sheep, sic: Lamhs, (5c; Calves, He; Hogs, 0c. Poultry Notes The man who depends upon lu...

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. — 30 May 1907

c' !V 1 tfmwwuMmiwn WMWimwi pmww WWWWWMll)UIUI'MMWWWiiaMUPt I J J hor sister, Mrs. E. G. Stevens, of Correspondents from other towns arc requested to have their copy in this office not later than Monday night or iday Tuesday morning. Please write on one side of paper only. Editor. Sam's Creek. (noforrcd.) Sirs. Mnggio Brokaw and daugh ter, Lesel, wore tho guests of Mr. Will Thompson, last Saturday unci Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth Davis visited Mrs. John Hoffman from Saturday until Monday. Mrs. John Hosier, of Adelphi, wits' at tho bedside of her mother, Mrs. John Thompson, who is an. invalid and in hor soventy-fifth year. Mr, James Mahonoy was tho 'Sunday guost of Mr. Roy Gridor, of Laurelville. Mr. Roy Robinson is breaking a fine driving horse. Misa Ruth nnd.Vi'ra Davis wore the guests of their grand-pnrente, Mr. and M-s. J. C. Butler, on Sunday last. MiBS Alpha Poling visited Miss Nolla M. Finney, last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Price, of Enterprise, were the guests of the latter's parent...

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. — 30 May 1907

wmsmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm wmmmmmmm mus ffWw"PPiW! PSi slr'"'T'''P SCSC SS fi Sf d-7 "V )? Wfc?, if iAS. ' Iv iitFJ JlX WfflM ilHPf !?S . Eutorpians The Eutorpians will hold ono of their into-esting meeting at the home of Mis? Mame Camhbell Friday evening1 Cards Mrs. W. H. Cowell will give a card party Saturday evening. Complimenting Miss Charlotte Work, who is to be one of the June brides. Junior Class The Junior High School Class entertained the Senlois last Fri day evening at the home of Mr Joe Case and quite an enjoyable evening was spent. A contest was presented and prizes taken by Miss Mary Josephine Wright and Miss Krieg. Fourth Anniversary Lawrence Knoll Dupler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Dupler of Glenview Heights, celebrated his fourth birthday, Wednesday after noon fiom Two until Four. Some twenty of his little friends and playmates were present and spent the hours in games of various kinds He leceived several useful presents. Light refreshments were served. Rohrer-Campbell Mr. E...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 June 1907

SSHRESHK9m5S ? '. " vfl"ii'IIUL V " -V" ?,- . r , ,i rpv. Tjv jPC MMMII1UIIU.I .. lv;.., .;,ii k -r . . T57 ' te-.v THE DEMOGRA TSENTWEL fk I.,1UI Hnlnn .Uniil ,1 ,' Hri ' 2 f JAUditoife OffliSoit06 THE. OHIO DllMOGRAT, 20th Year No 23 THE HO0K1HO SEINl'INBL 00th Tear Do 40 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1907. The Only Democratic Paper hi the Oonnty Oltoulatlon 3000 One Dollar Per Tear ') I. l' h- !i R H CLASS OF 1907. . Tho commencement weok ugain Inhere, recurrent each your; n glot-ioiiB week in t ho ovoltlting history of otir public ecliools, brightons the puthwuy .of the years of plodding along in dull school work and trudging many clays through sleet and elnsh, up tliut monotonous hill, that gets stecpor as the summer buii bolls adhesive from tho fibre c f the " tlannols Thero is a ccrtnin star,- leading the weary youngster on and up; ft star like tho wi)l-o-the-wi$p, tliht they reach and reach for but do. not attain, but which points the" way to a pot Tf "gold ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 June 1907

"WW?prjIJ!51Ffi m,Tf7 NWWMHMh &MMiA,H SvS 3 Editorial Observations ar !(WW0MW'WW Time Honored Primary, A Republican paper published nt Oitioiunati kind ly attempts to relievo the Democrats of Ohio of the tnsk of holding a stuto convention next yonr by voluntarily nnniiug that party's ticket, from govern or dofrn to the tail end. It In very considerate of the e9leumed Commercial-Tribune, but its good in tentions are wasted. A ticket named by popular convention, even a rough-and-tumblo convention! 1b n thousand times more preferable than one forced down the throats of the people by a dictator. The Republican party, with its imperial dictator in the White House, may, and probably will, abandon the time-honored convention method of, naming candi dates for public olllce, but the Democratic party never will yield thin right. Democrats Revise Tariff. Judson Harmon, who was attorney general in the cabinet of President Cleveland, in a speech on Wed nesday evening, made a very happy utter...

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. — 6 June 1907

wpppplfpppll 1 ' - n fr f L V . mmmmm'mimwtmmmmmmAmM CONSTANT PRECAUTION Triken to Guard the Presi dent at Canton. Canton Ohfo, Mny 20. Throughout tho day, from tho timo that President Itoosovolt ar- rivoil until ho deported, tho city of Canton was uneasy, and its bfllciale bronthcd u deep sigh of roliof whon tlio special train wont pulling down tho 13. and 0. tracks, Ic had tho stuno souro three yours ngo, whon thorresidontoamo horo td at ton d tlio MoKinloy dinner. Than it wns said that cortaln An nrchists had plottod to blow up tho Opera House, wliero tho ban' tquet was served. To-day tho scare story had Miolmol Czolgosz, a brothor of McKinloy's assaosin, lurking hero to kill KooBovelt to avongo the dnnth nf his brothor, and his wife as well. At midnight last night Justice W. R. Way wns told this distress ing news by United States Marshal. Frank Ohnndler, from Cleveland. It was said that CzolgoBz's wife had died horo through worry caused by the assassin. It -so happened that a pr...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 June 1907

W " II IU W.III.IU I1WIIII IIMJ.UIIIIJIIILIUU.IWIWWIIMWIIBI W 1 SP""P' Tl "f f r if I o democrat-sentinel a weekly Newspaper. PVnMAIIKD KVKIir TllUUHllAT ilDllNINd. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (ISt'lIt I'llUAl Htt) IMUIUSIIKIIS v'liuiir. C. 1 1 1 w to , I'ltKiiinvNT HiU. It NSKI . HKC'HhrAHY J. II. iJOM.IUO.N., Ullll'OIt Oiiah. II, Hkck hjii. Kuncut.V.M WAnuit OFKi;Kthi J)rlllon Hluok, Hoittli Door Entered in Hocuml CIhsj MatUT October I, 1W1,I, tit tlu' I 'i if I tiltlvn at Logan, Ulilo, utiilur Act uf( miKivisoi Men n, h,ii. Thursday, June 6, 19D7 Announcements. Wcnronntliorlreil toiiiiuolince tlio nniiui of .1.11. DOI.l.lrtU.N ns it ctimtlUatufor Mft .vorof Loicatiifur i Nvcoml term, subject to the 'Alll of tlic Dpmopintlc primary. A.SS12890U1. Wo arc nutbotlzml to iiniHinnce tho iintno of JOHN H. WAON'lllt. Tor aijuuor of Mnrlou Townlilp, for h second tt'itu, nib J'ict to the will (it tho Dimioerntli! imit.v. TOWNSHIP TIlCSTKU. Wenre aittborl.eil toiiniiomici! th iiiun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 6 June 1907

ju-r- 'ISWf Ttrrm '-'-- -sw-H-- -i ", 'f. mm w iiwhww 991 mm ma nmw f iimiuiiiuii P 1 u iuii iMiwmwI'iiMmwwjwiin-lM N. kvf$i?"x A y7 TV TIFJ rryj)ES3 jl( (;& wrvllv X V VJX&sfJxIluRmWmVr v mwwm Annivorsary Mies Fairy McOoruilek colo brntccl Iter birtlulny Tuesday even ing. About twenty of lior friends wcio pretcnt. Refreshments were eeivcd. At Homo Mr. mid Mrs. Harry Rose enter tained Mr. mid Mrs. .John Whito mid Mr. and Mfs. Bert Stodotn nt their homo on Ciinnl street, Sun duy'ovoning. Seniors Feted Prof, und Mrs. Silverthorno will receive the High School Faculty and the Seniors nt their home on Glenview Heights, Wednesday evening. Turtle Soup Mr. und Mrs. John White gave a turtle soup party qu Thursday evening to the following: Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stodeiu, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fisher, Ferd Hack, Mrs. Bradley and Miss Maud Kean, of Lancaster. Tea Party Mrs. II. R. Harrington was hostess at a daintily appointed tea Monday evening, honoring Miss Chnrjotte ...

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

HWS" "?? SHgMWEWCTSaBiggnTTBgM T57" "vjwv-" v -rr 7s ' it ;t .'l'. " 'Vv liKal M& i21t ffr A iWw ! As n Mil fPi,-?v7r -- mh Market Reports. Prices Paid by Logun Merchants, June 3rd, 1007. Apples $6 00 Potatoes . 00c Butter 13c Eggs Dressed C rn . Timothy Dreeied. Cows . . Dulls La tubs lie 12 00c 7.00 7c IHc 34c o;c Chickens Wheat Oats Hogs ... . . Steers ...... Heifers . Calves ... . . 9c 00c 50c 5c IfQ 4c' 5o riCNRRAI. JIAUKETS Cincinnati Wheat, 1 02; Com, 57c; Oats, 47c; Kye, 73c; Hogs, 0c; Steers, 5c; Sheep, Ho; Lambs, 5c. New York Wheat, 1.01; Corn, 60c; Oats, 47c. ' Chicago Wheat, 1.00; Corn, 54c; Oats, 40c; Steeis, oAe; Cows, 5c: Heifers, 5c; Sheep, 5o; Lambs, 0c; Calves, 5c; Hogs, 04c. The Poor Cuss. Farmers, as a rule, are not much in need of some one to tell them how to do things as they are in need of money to do the things they should do. It's a mighty essy thing for the experimental farmer who is furni&hed with all the best tools and the best of stock, and the b...

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. — 6 June 1907

7e n4pmv ihXiif -Hpififvfs&ittjt ? nfr" Aiwinui mmwimw-vvvmmeimmarvmiiMSMzmmmammviwiemm&mm 229ft I 7 ft' b : I k k-i n f sL. ifv L! w&r r r .ims rrs -r v Dry Run. Doforrod. The froat of Monday night did nut do much dainnge in this vic inity, although it looked a liltlo like winter Tuesday morning. A fow of tho poopto interested in tho Bethany Comotery met last Tuesday und straiglitoncd the monuments, making quite an im provement in tho appearance We nro tiro sorry to loam that Mrs. Daniel Cumpflold is very ill at this writing, she is sufiering from lung troublo, and there is ljtt'o liopcs of her recovery. Com planting is ubont nil done so is house cleaning and wo are truly glad of tho latter as wo men folks always feol like going fishing or some whoro else, for a few days during house cleaning time.. Mr. Ira Fox and Mr. V. D. Campfield made a business trip to Laurel ville and South Perry a few days ago. Mr. S. B. Lambors and family, visited his parents last Sunday. Mr. W...

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. — 6 June 1907

mwiimu i-j i nijkyii!" ifrrffi$.tjj ,r-s - -gag-s JWClWgSWaJfc.: .EV. IMMWIMM lwWlMhwtMhlliiiilillil'IIHIHti l . 44 4 Iff4 tf NEWS OF E S ConttniK'il I',tom Page 7 Jul Decornti in I) y fur sevornl years. Mr. lies WtU m, Jr , of Sunt, and Siifls Luilu Pence were seen buggy riding on Decdrution Day. Mis9 Lena lieieliclderfer, of Lnurolvllle, who taught bcIiuoI at District No. 7 lust whiter, and Mr. Gilbert Turner, of Liberty Hill, were seen in our town lust week. Mr. Voidon Shull mid Miss Min nie Waldrnn were Been driving on our streets yegterdny. Mrs. Onthrine Davis, of Liborty Hill lost u fine Jersey cow, by it being poisoned, lust Sunday. Miss Grapha Dells called on MIrh Luriu Pence, who is working for Mrs. George Pence, lnst Fii day. Mr. Thomas Auierine and Miss Hazel Hitnkin wont to Lancaster the !J0t,li to be married, po reports any. Mr. Sumner Pence, of Liberty Hill, 1ms just puinted his buggy. Preuch'ng ut Chesnut Grove Saturday night, Sunday and Sun day night, Juno 1 and '2, ...

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. — 13 June 1907

nF44Mfci V)" . 1 y W-Wi "$ . J m DBMOeRA T'SENTINEL. . iaR OHIO DBMOOBAT. 80lhTerlJo 24 "THE HOOKING BBtfllNMi Ofltli Ym No 47 LOQAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1907. The Only Dtmocrntlo Papor In the Comity Olronlntlon 3000 One Dollar Per Tear .. Ew?iSi M JUL ; A 'P I k PROBATE COURT NEWS Many Matters of Estates In Hearing. VISITING BOARD NAMED riC!1 Dlnntnr Dnnvtlret in t VUM1U Aiajruig Aiu,u.o in the Spring Time. Petition was filed Juno 0, by Tora Griffin, alleging that Beulah JE. Wilson, of Ward toAvnship, is a delinquent child. The matter was set for hearing Juno 11, at 2 o'clock p in., at which time, after diie service of notice, subpoona and warrants, the court found the al legations to bo true. It was or dered'that defendant be commit ted to the Delaware Industrial School, but sentence was suspend ed on condition of obedience to parentB and good behavior gener ally. Four of the new board of county visitors, namely, Mrs. Green, Mrs. Brooke, Mr. Trimmer and Mr. Mc...

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. — 13 June 1907

tjmmvuM4Mmemmmn.0mntt' r4mmmmm4mm T" vvv)Uvviyvvaivie GOVERNORS OF OHIO $ M NETTA & THE GOULD 3 si Editorial Observations y?jZs&y 7-0 'i-- w?,,"-nr" ikV " NT- J r l --iviiirjrr.xt-r3" - "-th J .-,. M JffcJ i&k.w ;"- -crir Mammmi.-jr&fa .jr. "vr wrcj flMJWW'WIMIMWWM II 111! The Presidential Agitation. Ic Is t"uo thiit t Iris cur'irry is always cmssiqft pre sidents before it conies t j them, hub tho process, this yeir, ecws to bo more' prematura und trutuitous than over, before. Usually the thing has been tlnne mire quietly. Thero would bo n certain amount of newspaper thundering in the index about this or that enndidnto; chairmen at banquols would "have tho honor of presenting to you the next president of the United States," but tho rcnl jvork of shaping political forces and securing delegates would be done without advertisement or blare. The Fairbanks method its the time-honored one. But vociferous days demand something more noisy; and, according ly, we have all thes...

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. — 13 June 1907

"fssa&M Mmwimmt;-hmmt wrw$r"r,w'r''''ilVF"W' Tr",('rafw,-?r "i7,j,w''n??ref hi: & frt K & u I M, BIRTHS " AND DEATHS .Resume of the Past Year in Hocking County. Below will bo found aonio iulurost lutf fuutH rogiuilliig llio vital stiitlstlco of Hooking county as rotnruod by tho nssiHion. Tliiao rotnrna will bo of mora ihnu passing IntatoHt to DcmocraL SenUnol rjatlora. Tlioy follow: BtariJ. V VVooantd, Assessor Mnlo deaths sovon, oldost using Ul year?, youngest oundiy; 10 fooinlo donttis, oldest 77 yonrs, Mrs. Pattlo U'Noil, dying from oouButuptlon, Ul births there woro 31 mntos, !33 fo- unles, nil whlto Snltordotc Township William Our- ob, AisosBor Thcro wcro aeveu ninlo doatlis, ttio luujorlty being farmers,tlio oldest being -77 yenrs nud all white, all married but oiio. Two anoaumbod to consumption Thero wora 13 fo male ilonth?,tlio oldost being 85 yonrs The youngoat was 24. Two dlod from consumption and two from paralysis. All wore white. Vourtiou males woro bom nud ...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 13 June 1907

'ant y '" laninn". - L - f y h' I DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. TOHM.1HKI) EVRKT TIK'ttBDAT MOKKtNlli The Logan Friiillng and Publishing Co. (iNC'iiiptmAimi) IMJlt'.lHlll'.ItB vittim. ('. I.owuv, IMnstmarr U.G. IlANSKI,, BM'tthTAUT J. t!. Ddm.ihon, UtiiTou OltAS. II. llECI) Al-Ml UlllrOKAMANAllKIl OFMCKi-ili Uolllson llloek, South Door Entered n Second Oluss Uttor October 1, 1WW, nL the I'ost nlllon lit Tivgnii. UJilu, iimlcr Jtf of i.'(iKniot Mii a, h.w. Thursday, June 13, 1907 Announcements. Wo ore nulhoclzcdtu announce tlio iinmo of J. . uotiLJSlWM m n cntiuiuuieror m tfotvof T,ognn,l.ir m aocniifl tfirin, subject the will ul the linmocriillc primary. AHSEHSOKs. We ure authorized to announce tho nnmo of JOHN H. WAUXKH, for assessor of Marlon Township, fur n sccoirtl tpriu, Btlb' Ject to tbe will of tho Uomocnitle imrty. township Tiur.srKK. We iiro authorized to announce the name ofAtlora I'olliiK us h I'undliliite for Tiuiteo of Falls Township, subject to the will of tho ...

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. — 13 June 1907

) twiqlp'mLwr "T-n -- "TV J mmmmvummmv irjr,Uni 1 1 pwirnifcrt flh kT1,i l&timMtHmmm i iw i m 1 1 ii v fc ft k ! j i With the Boys The dressiest BOY'S SUITS of the season arc those with belt and Knickerbocker trousers. Hand- some plain and fancy fabrics. A large line to select from. Matchless values at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00. JjWash Suits i All the popular pla;n 32 111 . .11 and checks imaginable Russian Blouses. Fresh manufacturers. Prices at 50c, 75c, $1.00, Waists Boys Blouse Waists, White, Black Sateen, and of the season, priced at 50c, 75c Hats Boy's and Children's Sailors and Telescopes, all fit any boy. Priced at 25c, 50c MiliBWMiiiMli'lHa lFo Blasius 8i Son 3 Wesley Chapel There will bo preaching nt this pluce next Sunduy nt 10:80 by the pastor, Rev. Cheadle. There wus quite a number fiom here attended the lecture at Fair view last Suuday night and all re port a good time. Mrs. Mary Davis, of Fairviow, visited her son, Mr. James Caine, ...

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. — 13 June 1907

''J mil mv umtammatm m jaiimi w JWMMUMWWi !vra31I:" aT Iff mH h.X. A. (L . K. A" . . ', M '& && tJI. S.'i ' 'X Market Reports. Prices Paid by Logan Morchnnts, June 10th, 1907. Apples $2 00 Potatoes . Butter 14u Eggs Chickens f)c Dressed... Broilers 15c Wheat.- 90c C- in Oats 60e Timothy ODo 14c j2 00c 17.00 Straw 8.00 Hogs Cijc Steers- 4e Heifers -lc Calves 54c Mixed II. .10.00 Dressed. . 7c Cows 8)0 Bulls 3$c Lambs- 64c GUNEIU'L MAUKKTS Cincinnati Wheat, 1.02; Corn, 57c; Oats, 49c; Rye, 73c; Hogs, On; Steers, 5c; Sheep, 5ic: Lambs, 74c New "YorK Wheat, 1.01; Corn, 02c; Oats, 50c. Chicago Wheat, 90c; Corn, 58c; Oats, 44c: Steers, 5ic; Cows, 5c: Heifers, 5c; Sheep, be; Lambs, 7c; Calves, 5c; Hogs, (5c. Animal Industry. A careful review of the report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry shows that the government is giving a large number of jobs to men who have graduated from agriculturo colleges and who do not like to work for a living Socialism seems to be an acc...

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. — 13 June 1907

-if ti'IUtif .!UlJ"SMfWIiyi! A'VHt uiwLrffsf vftfi , & ;? fpfpjpw" ',--r,"w t rjr""1' u WWWBBWWWWWWWWWWIWWWTfWl WyfWWHHWBIWWIWI tt a V , V ft M wKbb Other -Towgjj Pox Valley Cold wooter e til 1 prevails over this section, or tho country. The furmors nro beginlng to bo coino uiionsy, IcBt the corn crop should fail this yenr. Mrs. Thomas Miller and .son Harold of Lancaster and Aliss JoBopbino Turkenlon also of Lan caster, wero visitors at tlio country homo of Mr. and AIih. Thomas .Turkcnton over Sunday. Air. Joseph Oluunbors mado a Hying trip to bis home lust Satur day evening. Mr. Willie Turkcnton and bis girl friend and Mr. Olios. Hard aero and Mies V. B. Turkenton are goiiig on afishing to Buckeye Lake this coming Sunday. Wo hope they will catob lots of fish. Mrs. Mary Turkcnton was gi ven a delightful surprise party laBt Saturday evening in memory of her -IS birthday"; she received many useful presents after which a 0 o'clock luncheon was served. The young folks played severul...

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. — 13 June 1907

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Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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