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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 8 August 1907

WfP5fJF "&mmiQmqji!mp wwi mm mm 1 rm urimplft-n'nh rm-Ti ?m i,.T.,T mi inii I. qUiW'" '., W ' , jpai' W mi fljM.-pV.iW.,K' I ill WiWW t Hum 111 i nmui ' aax tfiftMtai!uiWj0'wtefrH'Miiwtfjiww W.J Bf. k ; n ? w ' VtVtV'VVi.VV'Vr'V.V' THE NOVELTY ST $ LOGAN, OHIO Big Values in Lawns 10c. and 15c. J ', O; O values ror Ut J While they L&st J ED. L. KLHINSCHMIDT, Prop. Successor to I. L. SCOTT. OPERA HOUSE A Genuine Diamond Ring For $2.00 GUARANTEED With a diamond ring I re veal free how to secure a beautiful complexion. Dia monds and exquisite com plexion are both desirable. An opportunity to every wo man is now offered for obtain ing both. FOR -$3.oo I OFFER A 13 Kt GOLD SHELL RING, shaped like j belcher, with a Tiffany setting, set with a GENUINE DIAMOND and will send free with every order the recipe and directions, fry obtaining a iauitiess complexion, easily under stood and simple to follow. It will save the expense of Cream, Cosmetics and Bleaches. Will free the skin from pi...

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. — 8 August 1907

Ti!nfT(ijflTiiirwTr-T;''iBp' -jt'.', vfv-m.w BWiWWWiIPflB'WWvWWWORWWltoWi to&fffl U f ! If- li viiw.i v mwA irt ?ir r MiryJiw I .,SfaK.ri MSWt. itPMi ta-Vf?'i f'-fcS y.r U . AlV . . W- HA Market Roports. Prices Paid by Logan Mercliunts, August tSth, 1007. Apples 50c to $1.00 Butter 10c New Potatoes 75c Chickens 8o Dressed Chickens 12c Broilers V2U Eggs Klc Old Wheat 00c New Wheat 35c Corn 05c Old oats 50c Timothy hay 17.00 Mixed hay 10.00 New hay 800 New straw 5 00 Hogs 5 to 0c Dretsed hogs (H to 7-Ac Steers.. .. i to -Uc Heifers 3c to 34 Cows 3c Bulls '. ..2Vto3c CalveH 5c Lambs 0c Weaning the Lambs. Lambs should not run with the ewes after November- if the ewes are desired to lamb early in the year. And this is very desirable, as it makes it possible to wean the lambs in time to give the ewes rest to make up their growth, and puts them through the winter in good condition and brings the next 'season again a little earlier. When the lumbs are separated from the ewes it will he ...

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. — 8 August 1907

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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. — 8 August 1907

u ," ffr -i ..vta,u,-HwiJ wjfryi fr angffc M ' fMa&L,rrm S, Wit I 1 VS f J ' ' - II ft If ft 3&r?y arawraW. V &roo:AStv5v . . llmfc M. , liw rSWS vine W121 sriTi-v frS.V-i rts -- Pecksniffs Sirs. Dr. Aplin most pleasingly entertained this genial club Satur day evening nt her home. The guest of honor was Mre. Dumont, o Michigan. The members of this jolly club are like "Bnnquo's Ghost" you can't keep tliem down. Conse quently they bobbed up at the pleasunt home of Mrs Lafe War ner, Monday evening, and with several other iuvited guests a very delightful evening was spent, During the supper hour Mis. War ner announced the engagement of Mr. Peck and Miss Suitf, which will take place at the home of Mrs Dr. Lyons, August the a2od, 1908 Entertains Mrs. Carrie Smith entertained about twenty persons for dinner last Sunday. All her guests were relatives and from dittoreut places, several were from Columbus and other distant towns, and many from her old neighborhood. They came with ...

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. — 15 August 1907

Ammwmifimmii9mwm i'gwiwtff ' iwtry J 'jmt" !-.. i DBMOQRA T'SENTMEL. 4 , 7KB OHIO DBHOOBAT. 20th tMo 33 THD H00EIHO BIINTINBL 07th Tear No 4 LOQAiN, HOCKING COUNTY. OHIO. THURSDAY, AUQUST 15, 1907. The Only Democratic Paper In th Ooanty Ulraalatlon 3000 Use Dollar Per Tear -trB&np THP " y ? n HOCKING VAL LEY R. R. NEWS Some Changes in Heads of Departments. STIR IN R. CIRCLES, The Boys all Along the Line Are Busy. Woods McCarley has beeu ap pointed extra freight conductor on thoP."vl Jim Poling haa been changed from night brakemin in the yards to a day position, Barney Eastman has aocepted a position as fireman on River Divi sion, Logan yards. W. M. Deeds, assistant master, of- Columbus, was tor to Logan, Tuesday. train-viei-. Nearly all the construction men at the yards layed off last Satur day to attend the Coun.ty Fair. The- spreader cur, spreading cinder on the P. Y. from Dundas north is in charge of Sam Mundy. "Muffin" Anderson has resigned his pssition as brnkeman and has g...

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. — 15 August 1907

h4 H rr-rrrtiV'TirftVBaattatoaao!mBtiU rimmim irwrMiiwrwniiiwiriiwii irrtniilwMCiwttMMJWmww'ii 11 i u i miihi h uhi iiUMrtiwMiiimjiuM ijiwiiiaiiWMiiBA wwtw!ig:w r?p" ""F'" k V-tH $ ,? lL tn. M If V i IV I I I L- il JOB mi ' A &l$Vtittft4AttttAtitAtiM a a a a a Editorial Observations. I GOVERNORS OF OHIO $ A Little "Djln Tima" Would Help Them. All the national triut-biistiug and railroad regula tion has not reduced the price of trust goods, or rull road tiatisportatlon, although the admlulat ration takes credit for being the great corporation regula tor. Bo much so that Secretary itoot and President Kodsevelt himself, seem to wIbIi to monopolize the management und control of corporations by the federal government. The railroad magnates have very promptly fallen in with this plan, for they doubtless think it easier and less expensi ve to deal with a Republican congress than with 15 separate state legislatures. But the people teem to view the matter in a different light and have in...

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. — 15 August 1907

p -ptiwjn n.Mn'i.t rt-ffii f I ' , V Logan, Ohio Hotel Ambrose from. 10 a. m. to 5 p. m, SAVE YOUR SIGHT Havo your eyes examined and tested by a Bkilled Optician. Tr, West of the France Medical Instltuto Co,, will EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE. If glasses are r.eqnired lie will lit you CO per cent lower thun any other firm. Wo grind lenses to suit enoh person. If You Are Suffering from Any Disease, Weakness or Disability Why Not Consult Frao an Experlopcodi Educated Specialist, who Is thoroughly equipped with trio necessary appliances Known 10 mouorn inuuiuai science r It Will Pay You to Go 200 Miles to See Dr. Weist Chief Examining on J Con stilling Physician of Hie "ranee Medical Institute. Dr. Welst will do more for you and Injure ftrfect success n J In the SHORTEST P03SIBLB time, an J you are at ho charges If he falls to heal falls to cure. Not a PENNY Is lost to Jou If J ou are at all dissatisfied. O ATTtl ""CATT'D OTtfiTinTI Havo your oyei examined and tested by a shitted optician. D...

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. — 15 August 1907

I i ti . . . - -- - - -1 ma .in i 111 ! i iMiami i ! niiif inwinni itm t-wWMrvmwwrwmKYCtwmittn''tirrTTUitTTW'nmmrTrrmrwrrrTnmmiJwuwamMmmmimmmaiMvii iu i m i - - - - - -- - - -mwii MimiiirfWr' i I T" IH KN Pit .mum inn liiiinwnn imwiMiiiiijwetfMwwwiJiuHt"wc.'g'iMt i'wwwwiwin (mm ij twiwww-im-iJWi u ifiMipjwawwwiiMiwi'iw'iM ir, . Tv i 1 ' t ; ". " .7. '.. T ",77 .Tr ' ,n..-, ,., IJT? g T- """" y ' h DEA10CRAT-5ENTINEL AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUnt.imiED xvKitr tiiuhbjiay miiuniho. Ihe logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INCnllPilHATKII) WW IHIIKUH Vlltllll. ('. IflWIM, I'UKHtllKNT il.Q. ItANOKI., , HflMI-TAUY .1. It. DllM.Ho.V, . ' KlIlltlK OlIAH. II. IlKCK ' Amu, nnfrouAMANAdKii OKKIOKt In Dulllaou lllncfc, Houtli Door KutiTBiIna Bocond Olimi UutliT October 1. link), nt tho I'ihi union nt I.imimi, Olilu, under Act o((,iwinros'uf Moii si. tR7i. Thursday, August 15, 1907 Announcements. MAY OH Wunr) RUthorlzpd toniiiirmncu tlio nuiuu ot.T. B. OOLMMUM in ii oumlUliitelor Ma jor of Logon, for i ...

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. — 15 August 1907

, ' l'" "'" ...-;.-- , .,., , , , wyMWawww.PTUii'JiJjiW-"'' iBiumpwywowinwMi m uniaa zrwym"' mwq manwwn mm rmmifrtrMtommmttmMMitfAt?.vl k f mmmmwmwmwmm!,nwmwmmmm,mmmw y LOGAN, Remember our Watch-word is "Quick Sales and Small Profit." E2T WATCH OUR 0 Windows for Bargains. 1 ED. L. KLKINSCHMIDT, Prop. 3 Successor lo I. L. SCOTT. 3 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, LOGAN, O. jg iiiitiiiimiimiaiiiiaiaiiiaiiiiUiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiitm I8ftltfmfiu9b!t3 I A Business Tonic Bell Telephone Tt's :i tiade stimulator; It eneigbes old business, oio ates now business, lubiloates the wheels of tiade and Is Vouched foi by -'.GOO.OOO useis In the fruited States. ONCE US1CD ALWAYS USED. :::: Use the Bell :::: CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY. FOR AGENTS, AN OPPORTUNITY' "THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS" -UY- William Jennings Bryan Now ready lor Solicitors. 57(5 Imperi al octavo pages. Over 200supeib engiavlngs tiom photogiaphs taken by Mr. Rtyan. Recounts his tilp aiound the woild and his visits to all nations. The gre...

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. — 15 August 1907

... i t tr otwflwwww. wuiimiMaMn"wiViifloiwfffwrMiwn'jir)i mmw j .otatacHTMWogwici maw'mao iViaoiatiWSaMittMM r I I & ' 'r r ' Ml Ky tfcW Market Reports. Prices Paid by Logan Merchants, August 113th, 1007. Apples 60c to $1.00 Butter 10c New Potatoes Tile Chickens So Dressed Chickens 12jo Broilers 124e Eggs 10c Old Wheat 90c New Wheat 80c Corn 05c Old oats 50c Timothy hay 17.00 Mixed hay 10.00 New hay S 00 New straw 5 00 Hogs 5 to 0c Dressed hogs to 74c Steers 3 to -i-Jc Heifers Uc to 34 Cows 3c Bulls 2Jto3c Calves 5u Lambs 0c Laying Land to Grass. In traveliug about the country, plots of grass land praelicully good for nothing frequently present themselves the eye. A farmer will point with pride to one piece of land, but he will seldom admit that an area uniit for grazing because of its thinness and lack of nutriment, became in such a state owing to inferior seed being sown. He is - naturally sensitive upon that point. He may make a mistake in annual crops, which he can remedy i...

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. — 15 August 1907

KjmmatammmmttWM$minvamm m KUUMUWIGKMnEM m.Jt.nmmuiviMnmammL m h t i - f to . 1 5 8 xtt yfA JT lta T -VT A jy y iBBffv'Sp mJp Big Pine Valley Picking blackberries and cut ting oats seems to be the order of thu day. Mrs. S. E. Lamina and daugh ter Maggie passed through here m on6 day on their way to pick Pickaway Co. Mr. Mahlon Paxton attended the sale at Cedar Grove toduy, Mr. Wilber Vanfossen lost a valuable hog and can't find it. Wilber thinks the giggers eat it up. Mr. Eossie and Sylvie Kitchen visited Murie Loy last Tuesday. Mr. Vern Kitchen met with an unpleasant acoident last week while Hacking hay. He had the stack nearly to u top when it up set and covered him up, but his hand, Homer Danieou got him out save and sound. Vern said it didn't mind getting oovered up bul he hated to rebuild the stuck, Mr. War Loy made a business trip to Cedar Grove last Sunday, Mr. Charley Denison, of Salt Creek, expects to fatten a large bunch of hogs as he has engaged four hundred bushels of cor...

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. — 15 August 1907

,ff J 'I .1 f f&lfr MIUMM Campint? The Short Skate Club motnbera are camping at the Rock Bridge. The Crescent Club members nre camping on Rush Creek this week. Junia Club Plcniceci The members of the Junia Club picniced at Crystal Springs near Sugar Grove, Tuesday. Rock Hbuse AlieseB Florence Weis and Flor ence Snider and Messrs. Charles Campbell and Lawrence Kessler, of this city, and Miss Gertrude Weis and Mr. Tom Friuker, of Lancaster, spent last Sunday at the Rock House. Price-Hansel Mr. Lewis Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Price, of Glen view Heights, and Miss Nelle Hansel, were united in marriage last Saturday at the U. B Church parsonage by Rev. J. W. Willis. The happy couple will reside with the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jocob Hansel, on North Walnut street. CAL NEW Mr. Dudley Gallagher spent Sunday in McArthur. Mrs H. A. Long was a visitor to Columbus, Tuesday. Mr. Eli M. West, of Columbus, speac last Friday in Logan. Mr. James McGwine, of Laueaa tsr, was in Logan l...

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. — 22 August 1907

-V-BWMHWT DEMOGRA T-SENTINBJU IBB OHIO DEMOORAT, 80ttTerHft 34 IBB HOOXINO QI1NTIHRI. 07th Yt Ho S LOGAN, HOCKINQ COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1907. The Only Democratic Papor In th Oonntj OlronUtlon 3000 Ono Dollar Fr Tat -cd. i j .F '(tp p&fjp i OKNG Most Enthusiastic Attendance Ever Had in History of the County is in dOOD INSTRUCTORS PRESENT. Institutes Becoming a Strong Feature, of Educational Work and Progress. On Monday rooming, Auguat pl9, the Hooking County Teaohers' Inatitiute opened at the High School building in Logan. Over 160 teachers wero enrolled. Most of the time up to Monday liojn was taken up in the register ing of the teaohera. Mrs. Lawrence Yerges, who has charge of the mitBio for the insti tute, carried out her program to the letter Monday morning. After Mrs. Yerges's exercises Prof J. M. Richardson, of Mc Connelaville, one of the instruc tors for the institute, gave a talk on "The Motive of Hiatory." His talk was exceedingly good aud he held the attent...

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. — 22 August 1907

V N as. wmiwMmaamwamiKm tts-. VH H w . n DEM0CRAT-5ENTIN EL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rUBMSUKD KVKUT THDIIHIlAr 1I0BMIN(J. The Logan Printing and Publishing Co. (INClllU'DMATKM) WJlJUHIiMW VlnOIt. I. LOWHI, I'KK9lll:XT II. Q. liANMRI., HfCltnAKV J. B. Dol.l.tSlJX, EUITOlt ClIAS. il. IltCK - At'O. HlltlOlUtMANA0t.lt OKFIUKi-In UullMoii niock, Mouth floor EntProil n Heuoml (Jlmi Mutter Uotoliurl, 1MHJ, ut thu Toit ulllee (it I.ojuti, Ohio, uiuior Act otcoMsiosx or Mofi :i, is;i. .Thursday, August 22, 1907 Democratic Municipal Ticket. For Mayor D. V. Tiittrnesa. For Marshal Augustus Shively. For Clerk Churlos Smith. For Treasurer Rudolph Brown. For Councilman George G. Gage, John Canty, Fred Straeke, Thomas Bennett, Nicholas Eberst, Hurry Rose. For Water Works Trustee W. A. Henderson, Henry Lutz, Paul Fox. JTor Members School Board J. P. Miller, Henry Kesalor. For Assessors First Ward, Heniy Uoker; Second Ward, Dan Connors; Third Ward, Dennis Noonan ; Fourth Ward, Andy Inboden. Falls Townshi...

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. — 22 August 1907

f-. r-?w. -mfjiFirqg'?mrmpmv "W3" ' y ft t W v ,1, ... 1 1' Dr.Miles Anti-Pain Pills 771 FOR .Neuralgia. Sciatica, Rheumatism. Backache. Pain inchest. Distress in STOMACH. Sleeplessness 1 lll-'WM1 Log Ohio, SAVE YOUR SIGHT Have your eyes examined and tented by a skilled Optician. Dr, WeBt of the France Medical Institute Co., will EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE. If glasses are required he will fit you 50 per cent lower than any other firm. We grind lenses to suit each person. If You Are Suffering from Any-Disease, Weakness or' Disability Why Not Consult Free an Experienced, Educated Specialist, who Is thoroughly ' equipped with the necessary appliances known to modern medical science? It Will Pay You to Go 200 Miles to See Dr. Weist Chief Examining and Consulting Physician of the France Medical Institute. Dr. Welst will do more for you and Insure perfect success and In the SHORTEST POSSIBLE time, and you are at no charges If he falls to heal falls to cure. Not a PENNY Is lost tu you If you a...

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. — 22 August 1907

BfogmLnnw, mffft, . MEMcL'a iftfliiWilI trm itMi'miMI i,tmm ill i li'r 1ifnMTmiii!HiiVi DEMOCRAT-SENTINEL. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. I'UULMIIND KVKIIY TllUltSUA MOUNLSU. The Locran Printing and Publishing Co (INCOIU'OltATDl)) J'UJJLIStinitS. Republican Friends Skirmishing. '1 he Republican party In Lognn in now twisting tuitl turning in their efforts to And u mtinielfal tick - ' et that will be strong enough to battle with the nominees of the Democratic party. The latter Iiiib won three successive elections for Mayor, Vihoil C. Low it v. II. Q. 1IAN9K1.. J. JJ. I)OI.Lt40X Onis. II. Hkck I'iilsidknt Sr.our.rAUV EDITOII AS0. ElHlOlt ANU JlAN'AOlCIt OWICE:- In DollKon Hlook, South Boor. Enteied ut the I'ostollleo In Logan, Class Mull Mutter. Ohio, as Second Thursday, August 22, 1907. Foreign Blackmailers. Whether or not the Mack Hand and similar secret political and bluckmuiling societies of foreign origin aad membership are increasing in activity in this country isn't cleur. Certainly their...

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. — 22 August 1907

Jwjr"i wHr nwMMq iiaiMwmftwfiMacwta6tti iwiw3wwmJttjirVriYjMwMiiiMpwwfflwmB -& - vfcf. ,t5wtsf w-r, I R fl , W i R Wl s- :. in ft , ) V THE NOVELTY STORE 5 IS ttM LOGAN, OHIO g Don't Miss Our B. Enameled Sale Watch Our Bargains in the Windows. ED. L. KLlINSCHMIDT, Prop. H OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, LOQAN, O. l iiiiiiiiaiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiaiuiii A Genuine Diamond Ring For $2.00 GUARANTEED With a diamond ring I re veal free how to secure a beautiful complexion. Dia monds and exquisite com plexion are both desirable. An opportunity to every wo man is now offered for obtain ing both. FOR $a.oo I OFFER A 12 Kt. GOLD SHELL RING, shaped like a belcher, with a Tiffany setting, set with a GENUINE DIAMOND and will send free with every order the recipe and directions, for obtaining a faultless complexion, easily under stood and simple to follow. It will save the expense of Cream, Cosmetics and Bleaches. Will free the skin from pimples, blackheads, etc., and give the 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. — 22 August 1907

t- (A--- -paexM1- s Witp-Kf$-txl,zjmft,tr.Mj&!- itmxTaf& n "mstfrtt- mfc ftHwrijayiii wafrrJWiMW I -J33Kj8C4-frl "nUK" HI K'J- I 1 ' h h h"' t .ino-jjau 11 T ansa tattii YspgU T&ffay. Market Reports. Prices Paid by Logan Merchants, August 20th, 1007. Apples 60c to $1.00 Butter 17c New Potatoes 80c Chickens 8c Dressed Chickens 12c Broilers 12 jc Eggs 10c Old Wheat 00c New Wheat 85c Corn 05c Old oats 50c New oats 30c Timothy buy 17.00 Mixed hny 10.00 New hay 8.00 New straw 5.00 Hogs ojc Dressed hogs 6 J to 7-Jc Steers '6h to ia Heifers 3c to 3$ Cows 3c Bulls 2 to 3c Calves 5c Lambs 0c Sheep Need Variety. it is often that farmers don't undestand what sheep like to eat, or else they are very indifferent in supplying it. Next to poultry no domestic stock enjoy a variety of feed so much as sheep. The subject is very nicely put up by a short article in the Arkansas Homestead as follows: "Sheep, like other live stock love a greater variety of feed than any they usually get, but ...

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. — 22 August 1907

n wwwiwr "-5w-wj-" V W 14 i irHk. m. r 4- &v& ? fr v.im rv -t v Cedar Grove Wo are glad to hear that Hov. Reed who has been on the siok list for some time is better. Mr. A. C. Linn is afflicted with cancer and his recovery is doubt ful. Mrs. Dora Shannon and two daughters, Ruth and Bessie, of Columbus, are visiting friends here this week. Mr. Rube Lindsey and G. W. Gill, of So. Bloomingville, passed through our village last Monday enroute to Logan. MisB Clara McCown had for her guest Sunday Miss Icel Davis. Mr. Ed. Shaw, of So. Blooming ville, is making hay on the De voie farm this week. Mr. Niece and Father, of Mt. Carmel, called ut our village on business laBt week. The Misses Ruth Shannon and Cora Linn visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Woodard last Sunday. Mr. Fred Burgoon, of Fiue Grove, is in the employ of Jacob "Bainter this week. ' Mr. John Hamilton and sons, Joe and Albert, are making hay on the Wm. Kitchen farm. Mrs. Chilcote, of Pine Groye, is visiting her grand daughter, ...

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. — 22 August 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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