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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 10 May 1906

!35?J ' ; """ v? r -rff' tfrsrsps irzx-jtf- ir t W J jwawEa gpwa wmwmiii if, vrT v67V W Milk A V lit "Jbl- tj J MM1 vvv wjlmmmimi- - IflH A vA V'vWPv(':7.'fliMi i j. ? -A.JHiiw 'y-jflmi ' .sns. w- abou telm- - Sr I wiv vl- who 1 mwr&F JFz3rv uml Wj&7?lf Social Circle Mrfl, J. B. FJlison was hostess of the Sooinl Circlo on Wednesday nftornoon, May 2. Throe contest were given, nil of which excited some keen and interesting competi tion. In the first the prize, a china salt and peppor, was won by Sirs. W. F. Eisele; intlio second, Mrs. Ed, Tritsoh 'took firHt honor, and rocoivod a pretty mayonnaise set ; Mrs. James Rochester won tho third, in which the prize was a half-dozen butter pads. Mrs. Will Huls was awarded tho consolation prize, a mush and milk or hasty pudding set. Dainty refreshments were served after the contests. Mrs Harry Kirker, Miss May, Kir ker, and Mrs. J. J. Snider were guests noon. at the club for the after- "Onion Party," Miss Blanche Stroup gave an "onion p...

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. — 10 May 1906

J x i I mrmmm3rwrmTwm OCR FASHION Lfflffi Three Kinds of Shirts to Be Uactl Kor Wash Dressen. Tin:v .may 11 1: mum: at no.iir. l'nr I In- Summer U'lililrulu CriMlui' Tint I'ri'tlomliiiili- llmtii-olilprtMl lliitlmiN I'or 'l'r I in in I uur llrrriiu-Mil)- i;itrc(n I'lililllitr I'nr Clillilrrn. I'ralsotto Is 11 M'W Parisian color, it Tinted tint sIhuIIiik Into it bruwu limiivc. Murk iitul white s.ilk In n lurm pluld effect, overshot with rod dots, Is out' of the siimrt olTorluj;w of the sciinuii. A white stii'iU' holt of the orusliu lilp order, .with one of the newest 111011 bjjr.'iiu hnyltlos, Is tho latest notion In holtdom. ltlnek ohlffon tiiuVtu in forty-four luch width Is to ho had for $l.r() per WKDDISII OOW.S" OF niKAM MKSSAtilXK. yard. Chiffon broadcloth In light sprins weights In all tho new colorings N to lip bought for tho smiiti irlco. (ialtcrs an; being made to match t-prlng suits and are worn In most oases over black shoes. In tile new round sailor shapc Is a liat of sof...

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. — 10 May 1906

-ao-MuanI -uimmsi.LMsmiuiii i iil.uh i. ni'inii. nimmiiiw r E ' V i .i cttoswa5rriei ira.A ar'o 11 wuia&.rj y; BE!,D MRS. CORA B. AYLINQ. A AViiiiiuii WIiiim' t:i-iMtlltP Ahlllili- llfliiR Ili'f if 10,1100 ii Vi-nr. Mrs. Com U. A.vIIiik or ittookllnu 1ms the distinction of liolnj? tlio only wo man vlioe mime Is jilvl'ii In tlio 1)1 lecloiy of DlioetoM. Not. only is Mm. Ayllnx siifoi'Msfiil Iiii-jIiiocs woman nml tllroetor In KovornI corporations In UoMon, bin us seeroi'iry untl trcuHtirer of tlu companies nln dniwH ono of thu liuwt p.'ilniicH nil(l to nny woman ciInI of Now Vork city, lier year's woik lU'ttiiih'liur.fto.UDi) Mrs. Ayllni;, ulin Is icei clary-treasurer and illroetor of the Veno Auto Miilllnir Machine company, 'n'cri'lury trotisuior nml tllieelor of tlio (!eori?o Livingston Itlclinrils eonip'iny mill sec-retnry-troipuiier mid (lit prior of tlio Itlcliarris riililhliliiif company, three companies whom- assets iistfi'eKiile JJI, 300.000, It thlrly-llro .wins old. She...

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. — 10 May 1906

SSgSSip WTT" tpwvjgpw" " "VWWP1" r-ffl Vi A7 fur JKk. , r rf.f ivv-.-j 7 JWBMte33P'?CTw BSS I. r South Perry. aiiushall Post G. A. K. arc mak ing preparations to celebrate me morial day on May 30, with ap propriate exorcises. This year the parade will form in front of the t. 0. 0. V. Hall at I o'clock p. in , and march to the cotnetery; after the llowere aro strewn over the graves uf their dead comrades they will assemble in the grove adjoin ing the cemetery where the ad dress will be made by Kev. Martin of lrnllsville, who is an able and elllcient speaker for such occasions. Some other features arc promised for the occasion. Let all who can assist in making this beautiful custom a success. John Stoody and family, of Gibiscnville, visited relatives here Sunday. K. II. Ililliard is now employed is book-keeper in the ollice of the Farmers Co-operative Harvesting Machine Company, of Lancaster. Miss Audra Riley is very sick with lung trouble at her home over the ridge .-outh of here. Fr...

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. — 17 May 1906

i. o ,8oP . 0 A' dtv DEMOGRA T-SENTINEL. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 25th. Year, Number 16. THE H0CKINC1 SENTINEL. 65th. Year, Number 50. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN. HOCKINQ COUNTY. OHIO. THURSDAY. MAY 17, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County I r GRAND JURY INVESTIGATIN Foes Received by Attor neys in Ouster Suit. JUDGE TOBIAS CHARGES That There Was Bribe Money Received. Judge tinmen C. Tobias of the Crawford county common pleas court yesterday charged the grand jury in that county to investigate the record of the ending of the suit brought by Frank S Monnott, Charles Gallinger, former prosecu ting attorney of Crawford county, and others against the Toledo did Ohio Central and tho Hocking Valley railroads, nlleging them to be a trust. According to Bucyrus dispatches Judge Tobias, in his charge, de clared : "If the defendant in the proceeding was disoboying the laws of the State of Ohio, counsel had no right to compromise and accept u large sum of money in settle men...

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. — 17 May 1906

. fffypptTgf. - wwi w t ' " rfr-r tfflyip5W??Tr' "' M " i in i jii , m ,i -yi y ii u. i, i iij II y .n iP- lll. . mwmwww'ni I lr Wi Prone to Hold Fast. Saying nothing of tho iIcLuiucIuhI inunil prinoiplo of tho move, tho break made Inst week ostensibly by Warden Gould to oust Governor Pattison from oiTicc, was probably the worst piece of polities in tho history of politienl organi zations in Ohio. It seems that tho Uopublieans with tho good jobs at the Ohio" Penitentiary have hung onto the public udder so long thai' they were prono to hold fast, and not give up their jobs, and that it was a party move is more glaring in the face of the fact that tho leader in tho coup was chairman of the Kc publican state committee, and that the sensation was sprung upon the Penitentiary store-keeper just returning from Wash ington, where he was in conference with Senator Dick. . It looked easy that Captain Gillian was to refuse to give up his place on the Penitentiary Board, and Mr. Clayton the app...

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. — 17 May 1906

7jfW -T40&k. y""'ij ijixii iuw wj'WBMgptutviiii-xmjui u.it hjjui. ii.jiuinji'ummiiLiim.iM -UUUlgllJUIJ-JUMB i ihj iium!Mi i ix -i J-JL-l'-Ul Ul III. J ' JiJLLJL''l!.!t."HJll JUt.JiJ.'JLU",lJLJiaKIWaHLlLl.JB HI NOTICE TO FARHERS .-Sis :r i: The Farmers' Co-Operative Hardware Company has been thoroughly organized, and purchased the immense stock of the Rempel-Brown Hardware Store on South Mulberry Street, Logan, Ohio. We have added a large stock to the already big store, and are prepared now to meet the customer. The name of this company was not instituted to catch the farmer and builder with the name alone, but it means to the farmer and builder just what it says "CO-OPERATION." This company buys from the manufacturer at the "big order1' price. We skip the middle man or jobber, and give the farmer and builder that profit. In our store and ware-rooms is the most complete and best stock of Farm Imple ments and Builders' Materials in the Valley, and when you come to price them you w...

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. — 17 May 1906

M IH ',-H.IHill rfrysg. t,, , ,.,,-,r,4.v n', ,..'. nlPflfr , ... ,l.:i'A, ratfr,.v," IjvX- liff'WLfinjiM.minmmi!niaimwM Mmjii'iBL 'luiwujwuwuuwwin'ii'wwa "TSJr(1 ' ' f. r J DKiVlOCRAT-SRNTINnL " A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. l'tMII.ISIIKII KVliltT TttUHSHAY MOIlXlMO. Tlie I.ognu Printing mid Publishing Co. ilNCnllt'onATPti) PUlH.tRIlBItS v 1 ikm i.e. I.uwiit, 11.(1. ItANnm., .1. II. tlOM.ISON, 1'nnmiiKNT NKCllfiTAJlY :ntToit OI'rilT,:Iii llolllnoii Wool;, Hcmlli Dour. J'.ntiToil ill tlio l'oitolllre hi lognn, Ohio, nt Second UIhih Mull Mutter, Thursday, May 17, 1906 Jacob Denny, of Orcvillo, wns in Logan, Saturday, nn business. Tom Lcnunon, of Strnitsvillo, wns a Logan visitor Friday. Henry Hiirtumn, ofOrovillo, was in Logan, Friday. Charley Phillips, of Shawnee, is spending this week at Loguu. C. T. Stephenson spent Sundny at Strnitsville. E. P. Armstrong was in Straits ville, Monday, on busii.ess. Mr. and Mis, Will Snider visited Columbus friends, Sunday. W. C. Martin spent Tuesday afterno...

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. — 17 May 1906

ft " ' "i iSTyj,'4 "" f"- w - ",. wpr w c"! nw-??'" v' - cww&tiwi?W'r?' mnpJBM'- !Y'TO!'S'W1?WWKW:', -i i m'lwu' i Mm 'i '-WW J"iji j '"I vs ft i u ifmwpwwwwgwwwju ' I imiLLH.cii mii1 jijj nui iiu ui I'j'i mi iiujmh niiiiwwwwiwiiiiig jumM'.pij'iuiJui ai n u i 'I'uj'Wwmi'iMU'miwiy Tyiit'ui i jii u uj i nt jprw"wi inii mpi 111 gu.ini i 'n nnwyifwiiiijini iipnimje,iiiiji iiijjujmn ijm nu , i, imiiuuHWiimrnu, ,.i... . ....-,wniin. , 3P mintwuiutnmtuuMtimiuunimw ATDCAT1!' DR. STAFFORD OF WASHINGTON, D. C SX" uSX,lIle .i""! nt "! 01,io I 1 1 1 1 7 T otntc university tins year will deliver a lecture on j l! Hamlet, at Rempel Opera House on the Evening of June 15, 1 I FOR 400!! --- - t Under Hie Auspices of the Ladies Auxilliary ALL SHATS DOWN STAIRS 75 CENTS. TICKETS ON SALE AT 5 WEILAND AND KESSLER'S JEWELRY STORES. 12 THE NUMBER OF TICKETS IS UNITED TO 400. 1(1 7iiiiiliiiI!!!!lHillliH!H!iililil!!!!!iiIili!li!i!iiilil!Hmiliitl mtiMiiiimimMiimimiiiiimtmtiiiiimmiiiiiMtmMtM Pp1r-iTl!lWVr...

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. — 17 May 1906

- - , .' ,1 i lj.ftiJ.iM t lnWllfmi-i.llliritIiTII1 T ftf ill II f tip m mim, ' u y 4wwwpi J" i-1 i - r- 1 j ' -lac rr-r- 1 i' -Jl i PACTS ABOUT DURUM WHEAT,! inl'tefc Hill HJMMHMWW H M D PRICES. Paid By the Log.an Mer chants FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Corrected Weekly by Lead ing Dealers. HUYINO PRICKS VllUITS and vi:oKTAiir.r. Apples $2.00 Potatoes OOc Turnips -10c VHOPUCK. Buiter 20c 1BBB 18o Liinl He I'OUI.TRV. Live Chickens 8c Dressed Chickens 10c Live Turkeys 12Ac Dressed Turkeys 15c CHAIN AND UAV. Wheat 8rc Corn 55c Oats 40c Choice Timothy 10.00 Mixed 8.00 Straw 5.00 LIVE STOCK '-logs, on foot 5.V Iogs, dressed 7c Steers, on hoof 4c to 4i Cows, on hoof 3 to 3Ac Heifers, on hoof 3 to 4c Hulls, on hoof 3 to 3-Jc Cnlfs, on hoof 5c GRAIN AND LIVE STOCK. CHICAGO Cattle Common to prime steers, Jl 'Willi ..: cows, JS 23 4 CO; heifeis. JJ 73ti!.-. :!.".; butlx, J2 61H 23: nlopkx jind fe"deis, V- 75'5'S 00. Sheep and I.Hinln tfliet-p. it "j'4 S3; lambs, S5 Wu ."3; .mmi-IIhr, $3 -lOflo 1)0. ...

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. — 17 May 1906

"-jwwjr,-- ?- ! - !??',w"r pt wuw iniimJW'iHM'n'mtVii'mi'1 UJHJUJUJBJ"imilU.UIJJUM)llLiiM'iatf JIJJLULWi-'JlUI JIJ'WHUHJI'MJBU'IUIIIJI'WUH.1 WiML HUmJK')iimiRiIHiliJHIHK'HiHHllWIIL'l llJtf I AHHWmUI'ail IHIiJiHU'LUMmj". n EARTHQUAKE HORRORS Related by Miss Anna Pos ton, of Oakland, Gala, I Received by Dr. Rannells. of this City. Dr. D. A. Ilaniiolls of this city, Ims received a most interesting loiter from his nieco, Miss Anna Poston of Oakland, California, undor date of April SO, two days following the earth quake at San Francisco. Miss Poston's exporio co during the day of tho eartliquako and the following days of horror and terror aro well worth per using. The loiter follows: I hope that our telegram reached you in plenty of time to savo you any worry the terrible news from Cali fornia may have caused you. We aro all safe and are ovoryono of us Rented now around tho tablo in Uncle Sam's library. John and I were the only ones who really had narrow escapes, and thank gooiness he di...

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. — 17 May 1906

mw?m!mmmm0iw " m&"m "$; "" wBrfir?Y5,s 4 4 n MnnnMfMpm ft r iaiXi'mv,o js mvr Rvl 01fos Sr-sSr-' 7 t ended nn ice eonvillo lust S H Mr. and Jlr liU Pine Valley. imc a nuiuoer oi our ciiizciih .iml Tmn ,,nrry iIr-i 1)ml attended the funeral of MrsJ,Ml, iQf 'i'i,..,,i,.v Smelt!!, who died at her homo near Pine Grove, where 1. r remains were intered. John dresback seems anxious to sell phosphate. R. If. Dresback is not improving much nt this writing. Mr. Truman Kline, of near Gibi sonville, called at Al. linintcrs on a horse trade hut week. Mr. Vern Kitchen had a colt to get killed by jumping on a picket last Mondaj. II. II. Kitchen passed through our place last week in the fertilize business. Haydenville. House-cleaning is the mnin occu pation of the women at this place now. Jack-frost did quite a great deal of mischief in and about our vil lage. Several from here nttonded the Greene township Sunday School convention at Smith Chapel on last Sunday. The Epworth League of the M. E. ...

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. — 24 May 1906

Bf 'jjnr", v .. i-"! j. . V ' I DEMOeRA T'SENTNBJL. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 2Stli. Year, Number 17. THIH HOCKINO SBNTINBL. Ofltn, Year, Number 51. Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year. LOGAN, HOCK.INQ COUNTY. OHIO. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1906. The Only Democratic Paper in the County Wf3rjfiftlf$V"lir0'a!'ff vt se DEATH BY DROWNING A, L. Hyson Losos His Life In the River. DREADFUL SHOCK To His Family and Friends in Logan. On Thursday night of last, week about 8 o'clock Logan received the news of 1111 accident that fell liko a pn!l upon our people. From lip to lip it was whispered that A. L. Hyson, proprietor of the Depot Hotel, hud been drowned in tho river while fishing. Hundreds hastened to tho deep basin of the river near tho falls, where the ac cident was Baid to have occured. The city fire department went there with thoir hooks and othor apparatus, and nfier searching for nearly two hours tho body-was re covered by John Lin" ntuPAb Mc Conncll. The information received is to the cH'eot th...

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. — 24 May 1906

S-flpKSPS .rl Hi.WJIT r1 MW gHWijTf,'iiiil'lwijiPffT'rrwy4J!iiifftiMiAMysr"igwww H 'Jl-f (ifpwWW "TWW-WFMTJIIfgffJIffMWfywtyw JHKtSIifHK5HK55lSaj SB53WBWBIBBWi!WWHM J i Ox' For AT IHE SEAT OF as r -CL Summer 1 the Work of tho Law Makers Analyzed ii .d. "v r..- rit -r - -t. - n A r " T. J " " . rr V! -t t t fii w i . .. 4S f 'j , . -k r .A'i't V I w .. . . Wear.. By One of tho Master Minds in Congross. r Lv , VViV'V'WV'VWiViViV'VVWVVViV GOVERNMENT. isZSh ux&i$f eo, . . ?ft&i - wr'e1- 4.A 17 1 1 1 iifimctu ,.-" iw ' A v hKxs' v -k .: "fi' y-.- v.. i . i .f-. urr vi . ffyAVJ' ' .. . ii. v v , , , .. ;sc . i (J U $mSwm uX t:-k"hH$l I -fVSW j i v; "V J 7 I . i jC& ' '-I i f iai iv" - , :.A'-LJ2" Superb Showing of Shirt Waist Suits, Skirts and Waists. Summer is hero, warm claj's are com ing, coolness, comlorfc and cleanliness demand garments of fresh sheer lawns and crisp linens. What's more desira ble for warm weather wear? If you would sec a choice lot of linen things, the f...

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. — 24 May 1906

mWipPII , yJ--!""Ty - ?7 f.i ;. y& - fvisw y ?R &m9mja$mmmmrmm IWWTWWFWWIJM' .iiiiM..i.fimxfpywi-im m ui unguium in un urn I'min' "ii""".wM' ' urn mi TJ V ? NELSQNVILLE DEFEATE Logan Braced Up and Won a Nice Game by Score of TEN TO NOTHING. Shortskatos Beaten by the Athletics 7 to 5. For tlio second' timo this nonaon, Nolsonville waB led to the block, a Victim, Sunday, by the local team, by a score of Ten, (capital T ob Borvo),,to Nothing. Louie's ag gregation 1ms ceased to inepiro any sentiments of terror in Logan. Time was when they ranked high in local base ball, but they have been lopped off one by one, nnd oven the doughty old-timers that nro loft, Wund himself and Town send, are not up to their pristine prowess, in the fiold or at the bat. Logan's stickwork was quito protuberant. They pounded out seven, including two doubles, in tho first four inninps, pitched by Stedmnn, nnd rapped his successor, Dougherty, for six more. And the beauty of it was that they put nearly 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. — 24 May 1906

"yT"Wi ii( WflSh'P " r ITS' " ' "gggPl I I 35 W"wn NOTICE TO FARflERS AND BUILDERS && FjE fl ti.r' The Farmers' Oo-Operative Hardware Company has been thoroughly organized, and purchased the immense stock of the Rempel-Brown Hardware Store on South Mulberry Street, Logan, Ohio. We have added a large stock to the already big store, and are prepared now to meet the customer. The name of this company was not instituted to catch the farmer and builder with the name alone, but it means to the farmer and builder just what it says "CO-OPERATION." This company buys from the manufacturer at. the "big order" price. We skip the middle man or jobber, and give the farmer and builder that profit. In our store and ware-rooms is the most complete and best stock of Farm Imple ments and Builders' Materials in the Valley, and when you come to price them you will find, as we say, that we have co-operated with you and given you the benefit of our close buying at Manufacturer's prices. The member...

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. — 24 May 1906

HPf WsS -'jww 'HW 'TrfHW"-r -jf- wptWMePfyiiWffWWW"ffWI1'PW"'f"WliraIIWOT(WWWffffgBW .)yjegWISniWtHBW1MWMIWeJWqjlBMJIIBrWjinil"1"P1"P f Screen Doors Screen Windows SPECIAL! pfc per pound lawn Swings, Lawn Hose and Lawn Mowers m )mat fV (V 9 CD o C in Ice Cream Freezers Refrigeators Ward Township Republi cans Organize. (Mm ray Olty Nous.) The central committee election which was pulled on" in this coun ty Saturday, was aa hig a failure as anything could he under the circumstances. The three pre cincts of Jobs, Murray and Coal where more than fivo hundred Re publican voters reside, about 25 votes were poled. The Square Deal Republicans did not vote ufc all and the other faction was so small in number, that it's strength was scarcely noticed. The Goldon Ring of Ward township nuinbored ,about one liundred two years ago, today it is nearly live hundred strong and growing every day. Ward township will control tho political situation of ITocking county after this date and tho recent commit...

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. — 24 May 1906

frSBvWf"'"t '''i'v wiimninniinw.ini iu i n umn i .miMii 1 1 ii gi ipniniinii iui unwpBwini;iiiniii ii.i mi i hi wmiiiim.iinujnin..,;"Hgy mi iwwifnw u innuwi wiunfnw iUMiu.iii iiihuil jiiiiiih wwuimi i wvmwmamm mtmuiuMwmaqmBmmfmat&acanitM'"''' m u l. I n w ' m 1; 1 F l D R Helpful Hints for the Busy Farmer. BY J. S. TRIGG, Dos- Moines, Iowa. Corre spondence Invited. . The clover meadow habit, like that Dt u good disposition, Is otic that uhould be cantluually cultivated. If the fine buildings on wornout east ern farms could be exchanged for their valuo In good western hoII, both the east and the west would be benellted. People us they average do whatever they have to do a great deal better and more cheerfully than a few privileged critics In this world give them credit for. The English sparrow la Insectivorous for a few days Just as Its young are hatching and only then. It Is because of this simple fuct.and the further fact that the sparrow Is an enemy of other birds that It Is n...

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. — 24 May 1906

7 tWfflyHFykgn "ij-X ff Wf gyfyyyi wyty J"" "f v." tt "Mglf'ttwffWWBWW"gy'wiwwTyBMiWWW x-ar 'lU.lWfcwiJlH I'JW'gl" l The Bolero Jacket la Once More Restored to Favor. TTOnN WITH riUNOBSS GOWNS. Jomo InterentltiK DolniU of Modiak FooliTenr Suimliaden That Lend tlcnutr nnd ISxprcnalon io l'lnln Factn Are n Iloon Indeed, A useful fan for the tlienlcr lias a liny electric lamp sot In tho handle, unking It easy to read the programme, tltougli the lights In tho homo are dim, Large handkerchiefs nre helng used In Paris nnd hnve found their way over here Into the wardrobe of smart riil.VCIESB COSTUME. women. These handkerchiefs haTe elaborately embroidered corners dono In delicate shades of cotton. Tliero Is a new hatpin with a head exactly resembling a raspberry formed of ;i cluster of mock rubles. Hand bates to match summer gowns are now shown In tho shops made of all over embroidery with pink, blue or green tints beneath. There are, too, dainty bags of embroidered white lin en with bolts...

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. — 24 May 1906

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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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