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I The Best "Advertis
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LOGAN, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 5, 1901.
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PublUBitl eviiv Tauri-lav.
tl.uOayear when paid in advance wbrn not .
la aiUaucv l.aa ;"
Advertislup only I t iiiiUal)le nwratUr, .CJ
pricex proportionate with circulation. t
Juli Wort One hnuutt:.' tout- :! the I
latest ktylca. Work Pla t aud tancy. at . ."5
rcaou inic ratr.
: Magnificent line of New Clothing-, Hats, S
etc., Being Daily Received by Iri
3f. Blasiue & Son
The Hurry City News Invites
Thursday, September 5, iSOL
Democratic State Ticket.
Judge Supreuii! Court,
W. B. MCCARTHY,
State Trent' u re r,
R. PAGE ALESHIRK,
Clerk Supreme Court,
UAltUY P. YOUNG,
State Board of Public Works,
J. B. HOLJIAN,
We copy the following from the
last issue of Mr. Chutfiicld'jjMurry
"By the way brother Green, we
desire to discuss with you, some of
the reasons why the Populist lead
ers who mnde j'our party a sure
winner in '00, were thrown down
liy the Democrats, or rather why
did they leave the Democratic
party after they had mnde the old
All previous success, eclipsed by . this, our latest f- 3;7Sf,BJnc;t..Jfee,; u,i next
We cheerfully meet that "sub
ject." The Populist party, a pol
tical child born in a time of public
commotion hud recognition.
The Democratic party fostered
it while it served the mission
which gave it being. With but it
vote of 500 in the county the dem
ocratic party, with live times that
vote, gave the Populist" one half
the candidates on our ticket, and
l! elected all of thfin. In that, did
A Sad Case of Wakefulness
Brought on by ltvmliiu;-
'ja 'Sncc?ss won by true merit-. gf-;
I g We lead, there's no doubt of it. gfc
' -. 1 .il. pftnn f.-ianda out vniircnlvoo TP vmi lliivo J5-'
?3 boon a customer of ours. How do jrour purchases g
3 fomynre? Better values and surer to more correct e--:
3 'Inn ever. Yes, as the result of renewed endeavor j
"3 up'ed vvith accumulated ami absolute knowledge g'
n" Hip bnsiiu-ss and everr Durclnwinjr advantage. fel
:-$ The bv-st standard makes in all lines. ft
"3 " A Bigger and Better Display than ever at a
3 pofcitive saving of 0 per coiit awaits your early iu- $
IF. ELSITJS & SOIT
$ Leading and Original Up-lo-Date Clothing Hiiusp.
FRANK P. MARTIN,
The Hoekiug County
V I- CHANS ELL. of Ward.
W-. K W.wnX,ol yall.
I) vNIKI.H.JSLER, of Perry.
S! we not do a liberal, more than
l.ju.il impartial part? You ask
5l ' "why did tlje Populists leave the
Democratic party?" They did
not ; tliwt is, the Populist from
j political principles did nut. "Why
",did they leave the part) ?" This
Dear Chatiield, you can best ans-
were yourself. Why did you leave?
IMio trnflitinn is vim WMiiril tn
r uSufe&uSuef -Ctr rfr rfrrf, rf tt tztts$ ' b(J r)KM0(.Kxnc Kel,reseutalive 0f
& Hocking County. You were not
$; nominated. Was not that a happy
p I thing for 3-011, a saving grace to
J , Democracy? Had you been 110111;-
Asthmalene Brings Instant Eelief and
Permanent Cnre in. all Cases.
SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
V . nated and elected, entertaining the
The telegraph brings 11s the fol
lowing ease of temproary forgetful
ness, as distressing in a natural way,
as the temporary insanity of the
Zanesville Saint Fouts.
The only excuse we can have Is
that the money order clerk was read
ing the Logan Journal Gazette, and
instead ot being wide awake, went
sound to sleep, as is the case in most
of the patrons of that naner who
Here is the news dispatched.
Mav we gently mention the chier
was one. of Hanna's pets.
"Havana, Aug. 26. E. C. West
all., chief of the money order bureau
of the Havanna postoffiee, left the
office as usual with the surplus re
iiiitiauoe to pay into the treanury.
Tne amount was $4,000. He took
r.i: niuuiijus, and according t- tlie
taNmpnt, placed the pi'-ket con
taining the money on the sat hy lii
Mle neread a newspaper until hi'
rt ached the point where he w la he. I
to alight, and when about to leave
.1 . ; , r ......
i.-:u oiiiniiius, ue louiiu inai tlie
packet wis raismg.
"Iwo boy who were in the omni
bus at the tune fay they aw a
mulatto throw a packet to a negro
111 the street. Mr. Weslall is uuJer
n bond of IO,'000. The matter will
be loft to the courtP for decision."
He will be acquitted of course and
the mulatto will bncomo a f.ivorite
t the Ball game projected by the
Murrr City News.
Work's Dress Cutting ScU
w-a. WUKK, Proprietor, St. Louis, Mo.
To the Ladies of this Town and Vicinity.
ful IT WIS."? t0 a.m,011T1c,e thlt we l,nva located, and will conduct for the uext
W II month or six weeks, one of the mostthorough and complete dressmaking
scnoois ever brought to this vimnitv Watk..,,,. t.
iji , o . - -- j. ...o c.vjjciu icuuiiers or experience.
1 They are a success in this line of work. They know how to go about.it to
.... ... , ... uultllllJS ,uc iciiiiiiiuB iigure. tins trade will be of
endless value to you as long as you live. There is no other concern of this kind
so well prepared to teach this trade as we are. No system in this country il
r----- - u.uvu nu uuc uuimeuioniier,
You can not afford to miss this onnortntiit.v mm o i;i,i i.-
fllio r)innk mmin i-?rrl-.t . .... l
,...v ..u..v.w uux I IIIU
at you own home.
We Refer You to the Following: Ladies of Logan and Vicinity
Who have taken this sy.tVn. and are now competing their onnre of instructions, in draftim.
Cllttllltr and llttlmr all rrirm,.r.tu ,.,.., 1... I .!...., j . ..... . ... ' "Kt
uf - "j -..c, V..111BUUU cuiior:ii, in a scientific and aecu
nianucr. e guarantee satisfa-,,,,,,. You are at I.Berty to c-.,li on any of th- e hd.es, and t
will inform yon wliethter or not our system and teaching are what we represent then, to be. T
4c ail in lilt; imhui: SCHOOL
HARRY B. VANATTA
KA-VJlTK, ol Falls.
Tor lc0nzRy Ulnn-tiir
W.S. TUCKER ofOoo.1 llojie.
" For Klaip Meimtor -
Detuoeraiic Slate Executhe Committee.
Chairman. M. A. DaiiRhcrtr.
" of Lincastcr
W. L. Kiuley. of Kenton.
C D. Critcv of Lima.
C W.StaKC of riertland.
LrvliQ rtcrnard.of Cinclnntti.
Kcjlcy D. Cocnrau, of Toledo.
G. M. alUseler. of "Vanwf rt.
V. J. Dalil. of Waxalncton. C. H.
C. II. William.-., of Columlmi.
Cbarle H.Isbcll.oi Akron.
K. A. Rowler. of Xot walk.
John J. iioltcr. of Saiiduskr.
Hocking County Central Com-mitteee.
Chairman. Jt C. Sloaghton.
of Rode Bridge.
Secretary. John Canty.
Couaty Executive Committee.
Chairman. Chia Holl. Logan.
Secretary. John Canty. Logan.
Treasurer. Chas. Brandt, Logan.
C V. Thurneas, Logan.
C. F. Anchaior. Green Jail.
Conrad Weine. Marry City.
J. E. Bardou, Rock Bridge.
Notice of Appointment,
Thereis nothing like Athmalene. It brings
instant relief, even in the worst cases. It
;ureswli-n all else fnils.
Bev. C. F. ELLs, of Villa Ridge, 111.,
says: "Your trial bottle pf Asthmalenc re
ceived in good, condition. I' cannot tell you
how thankful I feel for the good derived from
it. 1 was a -lave, chained with putrid tore
throat aud asthma for ten years. I despaired
of ever being cured. . I saw your ndvertiee
nent for the cure of this dreadful and torment
ing disease, asthma, and thought you had
overspofcen vourselves, but resulved to gic it
To my astonishment, the trial acted like a charm.
Send me u full-size Lottie."
We v-taUoj-cnd lo f-v.-ij- soScr a trial treatment of Asthtnalene. sliilarto ff
-the-ongtfaat cw'ti MrrWerls. rzl eliiT-?TiV-aWlrTOSTfTDr ABSOCPTIZCV f
I principles you now profess, and we I
i$ j assume you are honest iu what I
jy,ynu say you profess, wiiuldn tyou,
t .as a "Democrat," in the Legisla-
j ture, be a fine exhibit? Wouldn't
you be ashamed ot yourselt.-"
Elected as a Democrat, a Republi
can in heart, a political-"incident"
to make it as mild as we can. In
honor you would have -resigned.
You LKK-r the Democratic party
properly, because you did not be
long to it. If you were a demo
crat, what's the matter with you
now? Why are you a republican?
The implication is that you at
tempted a raid on the party for
fe-loflice. Failing in that, you and
Fi::K Or Cll v na : to anr ..urTerT who rrile for It. even on a rxMtal. Never
mind, lb out; a vonaredf-ipairln?. howerc- Mil Trur asiv A&"iualt.::c will ic
lie -and j-i. Ti.'irii,Vvi.-jr c.- the more itlad we are to send It. IV not
delaT. rite at onre. addressing DR. TAi-T lld'JS.' AISIHCINK CO., 7i- -at
153th St . X Y. Sold 'J7 all Dr JfiUU Sept. 5 It
r7jrrVj4v--riJTr0ir:jSr-irJ.xs a class of pretended Populists of
yur ki nd immediately weut back
to whore you belonged, and the
Democratic party is well rid of
WV uhmit, Bro. Chatfield, in
opposing your nomination which
would hav been your election, if we
didn't do you a great favor in not
putting you in a p'ace where you,
To the Honorable Probate Judge:
MR: By sutlioritvOerlvid (mm vouuffi i-Ulr.rmnrlnRdate tlirSiid dny ofSi-pt. I'.nl :..!
:ibu Jtio.M. uliite i.s
Hocking County. Ohio
l. ISfll MI..I
VI fllt hi
nny "t'i -r I
iM..f liltity .ftl hvnrn ....m illn ?.. It.nr i Inli,. A Smltli
examitieni, wltiiout previ ms imUee or lullnnlion to tho i" mntv Tri-iuiirrr. 'fi
t-.-ii. nl y-inli in'cntlo.i fortl'M-uh enicred iiivo Ilia County Treoury. prcaj.it-
vJ irautliorli Att.ic&.ld lilieiviiuty Tr nrer.ileniat,iim the keys In tut vmuIU :md i .. . .
. . -ni; pncfw.(M inmii iii-jy i.k-unt in.-immejs 111H.-111, auu ii.spect auu . x.iiuw a ivepuuuejui as you eiaiiu vuu arc.
the iKX.k. rttoiJt uiul voivhii. liic.ti.1, toxi'MiPrwllli nllo.hprproport whirii ulinuld be ,, , , , , .,
tn IhP'UK'.Mlyc.itlieTiVH'in-r. We then pruettde! lortli Willi lo the ntth-e ' the I'uniity ' WOllIll have lCll a frilUU On UOtll
Aniii iir.:tuo i.Ncrtaiiieu iiiivr iinii-ii iiiiine ii.'t.iiiiiiv iren-iirtr kiii eu.inci wnii . i
tin-Ami. ImiNIu-oI::. i. I: . . im! i iiiuuitt of tuouey, froiicri). 1hi:i1, Mx-uriini., ui-tln
and rflei-la, tunt .liould be lu the Treiury. d the nmnnnt lirlonz to e-ieli pnrlieuurrnnil.
In i-onirll .niH-uitli tl'elntr ri'anirlnzrertinoitei.ot&ucliezaiiiluaUiin. we herehr ie.tirv
that 1 tilrty-Ovt? T liounsud, 1'hrus Hundred and Slntr.fonr Old .07 dil'ars, wkk Ih-xsct
anifinnl iiiiniiu.v s mind .-inn euti't-! In the County Treanury, mid that luu ataletue-it
aiiuxel. wlucli osraei Willi tht hooka ot the Auditor prBnt the ex iol bala-inei -nl nv:r-
p-imeuu inearli !unn,ana ineaiuouui oi pnipariy tueu in tnecustouy ot uie irnaaurer
Logan. Ohio, September 3rd IVUl.
JullH A. SMITH. I .,.,,-
JNO.M. WHITE, f f-"nr.
' kWIU Uf EIJ. S. MATHIAS deceated. "P
Tlio undemigned hia been aupnlnted'uud ?,,"?
ou-time i v o.iiniuiMriior oi tne Kt-ite or;-"-;""" -"
CIS. Malnia Mle or Hochlng county, de
eaaed. Dittnl ihhi lath dy or Aug. A. I).
Aug. a. 3-w Executor.
Bason ce In Treasury
Trea. ed Mnce.
The State of Ohio. I
September .ird. A.D. igni.
t i n r
... . . . i '
We are comnel ed aram this State
vrpct tn iksiip half shfftn tn n autxiiutet!
. In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of said Court at
number of OUT subscriber'), comillir Logan. Ohio, thls.3rd.day ot seuleinber.A. D. 190J.
in after our regular Edition had
been printed. We hope to meet
all demands, from our patrons in
the weeks that follow, until the
elect on of -Cilbourne.
parties and a dishonor to yourself?
The Sentinel has appreciation
of the Populists. We thank them,
and have served to the full extent
they asked. We welcome them
to our political fellowship, and
gave them the glad and cordial
hand uf the political brother.
But with the adventurers, the
fellows who left the party after
they couldn't use it to their pur
pose, we are thankful for the rid
dance. Now, if we are not exact in state-
meat of fact, and not fair in a poli
cal presentation of past history,
we shall, if advised, make all
Our esteemed coltmporary, the
J. B. RIASON, Probate Judge.
Our Island Possession.
Somo time ago our contemporary
We have not noticed that any of
the operators of the Hocking Val
ley who employ the Nigs and Huns,
are taking their men on excursions.
Are the Trust representative
ashamed of their herd? Are they
the Journal-Gazette, aeutentiouslv afraid of u stampede if let out of
said that the posse8ion of the Maliy corral?
Islands was neccessary because we j JlldgGeo7K Nash has been
needed them for coaling stations. 1 8pending his time of latei off with
Tbat dogmatic declaration seemed a few political manage 8, at
to close tbe issue in the average Re- fashionable resorts, having a "rest-
j.ublicau mind. fui time." Col. James Kilbourne
"Why" we ask. "do we nerd conducts the working men, a thou
the3e many extra coaling stitiotis?" sand of them, on an excursion to
and the establishment of an iudtist
ral leprosy iu the Hocking Valley,
nd asks us to discuss the question of
Free Silver. If Bro. BlcKay is
hungry for arg ument on Free Sil
ver, we refer him to the speeches of
We again thank our old time Congressman McKinley, now presi-
friends for favors in sending us ! dent, when during the Hayes admin-
elubs of Campaign ubscribers.
istratiou he was more intensely in
We have now a list of nearly five, favor f free silver than any man iu
hundred, and still more coming! "at body before or S'Dce. If the
everyday. We have a rending McKinley argument u uot sufficient
clientile that embraces the intelli- to satiny his di position to have con-
Harry Baldwin Vanatta, the voting-
em aon of Robert S. ami Martha J.
Vanatta of Logan, was born Octoher
18,1859, at Vanatta. Licking comi
ty. Ohio, and died August 24, 1901,
A tier a course in the Logan High
School, he at once entered upon his
life's work as a civil enrjineer. a pro
tessinn whi;h he hog honored bv hi
diligence, by his fidelity to the trusts
itnjioRpd on hira. and by integrity in
l of his afiajrs. He became a man
while others were yet but boys. At
the a;p of twenty one, he was, united
fh marriage o Email A. Young, the
only daughter 'of Wesley, and the
late Melind Youurr of NrNonville.
To them were born eight children;
three dying in infancy. There sur
vive hi:n a wife, two daughters,
three sons, two brothers and one
sister, besides many other relatives
and friends who mourn their loss.
When a child he was baptised in
to the First Presbyterian church of
Logan, and attended that church and
Sabbath school until manhood.
Though not a communicant of the
church, yet he had a strong faith in
the Creator and strove to teach his
children the same trust.
He became a member of the order
of Knights of Pythias by joining the
Klkana Lodge, No. 63, at Charles
ton, W. Va.. in 1892, and his mem
bership was but recently transferred
from tbat lods.e to Valley Lodge,
No. 109,of Nelsonville. He has
ilway8 recognized the importance of
Ins obligations in that order and in
all tbe affairs of life his couduct has
been consistent with them.
Harry Vanatta was a manly man.
He was a man of positive character,
manifesting itself in strong likes and
dislikes; impulsive in his nature, and
quick to act when duty prompted.
He was extremely sympathetic, kind
auu aaecuonaie; ana generous to a
fault. Love ot self was replaced
in him by that grander love of hu
manity which regards the comfort
of others instead of his own. He
lived this life gently, bravely and in
grand simplicity; he laid it aside
His business and social life in this
community was as an open book, in
which all could read of those
qualities which go to make the
character of a useful citizou and a
true man. In his death a family
has lost a husband and father, a
lodge has lost a brother, and the
world a man.
The funeral services were held
Gen. ; from the Presbyterian church, Tues-
Miss Minnie Arnold
Miss Mnrie Palmer
Miss Alice Pulmer
Mis? Ida Hartley
Miss Ida Jnrgensmier
Miss Olive Lnne
Miss Laura Ferguson
Miss Anna Lecrone
Miss Ben ha Stevens
Miss Irma Stinchfield
Miss Mable Wright
Mis Mary Till
Miss Belle Shaw
Mm. C. Shall
Miss Celesta H"ff.
Miss Rebecca Sheets'
Kimberling fe Co.
Miss Anna Fox
Miss Anna Dillan
Miss Clara Shannon
Mrs. M. J. Ferguson
Use no other sysfm. yon will not be able to do this claw of w..rk if von do. there ia no other
system u. tins country do.us this most important work. Pee the Garment Cutter, visit our schools,
or call on ita agents. Address all communications to "V
.TOTTM T. PTOTT ATmsrVnT Sfofa A 0. ,,, wr , ,..
".w.. u,u a6cuu auu. iuauageroi BCHOOIS yffl
Special Teachers Misses
Assistant Manager and Solicitor
C. E CRAWFORD
KEI SON VIXLE SCHOOL
Special Teachers Misses
Assistant Managers and Solicitors
. GEO. F. HENRY
J, N. PARKER
School Koom in the Hemple Opera House Block. Logan,
MM & C0IPM,
Freezing Ice Cream
"Because," will answer our republi
can contemporary, "of our vastly in
"But why this vastly increased
navy" timidly inquires the Star town
ehip farmer. "Why" will say Bro.
Exposition at Bulfalo. Judge,
The cmplovet- of Col. Kilbourne,
returned 011 Monday last after a
four days visit to the BulTalo ex-
itrk!tf wtti f Vl LTI llvmi . . n ! .I ..11
TVL-V.,. ... . u. -..!:.. . I'""- .. iu.uiii.iji,iiuaii
.i..-,, u, .urcci tue i.-'r; " the expenses of the excursion. It
tions. Any good Hanna Trust Re- has been his rule every year to
pulil ican can see that." give his men, fifteen hundred of
And thus wo go on
-.1. - r . . .
v.... a ring 01 repuoncan political caUBe he jB a noble man. betook hi
cut, that the school boy can eee men to the Pan American. Do the
give ins men, ititeen nunareu 01
in a circle of tnem an excursion, free to all and
... . their families. This year, not be-
n, net.-: a uS 1 oauge he ig a cand;datCj but be
irence of the country and should, troversy on that poiut, wo ask him
command the consideration of our' to read the arguments ot
businessmen who nronose to in- Grosvenor before the Ohio Legisla- dJ afternoon at 2 o'clock' and the
vite a Hocking county trade. ,re wuen ',e waH Speaker and leader remains were followed to their last
Wo ask our now miWrirmr tn of the Republican party in that resting place in beautiful Green
examine the Sentinel carefullv: 'body. The question ot currency
i-nmnnro. if. with nrhrB tvnn..ra f coiiiace is not iust now in issue, not etizens that ever attended a funeral
j .. ,,,.,,.!
its class, and begin to consider a,,y "a01"6 tl,au tbe question of Negro
whether or not, you will not have ' suffrage. Wheu the occasion de
vour name enrolled, "veteranized".maml,,tnese "sues will bepresented,
at the close of your "three" Jut as in proper season we plnnt
months." enlist for the war. Pl3es and sow wheat.
against Trust, and Negro domini-,5" th,s caml,aiSn which you pro-
tion. !!.:...--...1M. iuc HeU,re re iu- The Murry City News notes
: 1 vcreaicu iu ia. -ouaii ur snail not, i. -! vi-
It laics all the pleasure out of eating Ice Cream
made at horn.:, if some one has to -work hard on a hot
day to make it. That xiscd to be the case; but it isn,t
The Twentieth Century;
Ice Cream Freezer
Requires no labor. The cream freezes solid while it
stands still. It makes the most delicious cream that
can be made in any freezer, zi-ith equal materials, and
tl uses less ice. It freezes the cream so hard that it
can be put on the table for slicing.
Five Sizes: $1.50, $1.75,
$2.00, $3.00 and $4.0J.
Done in First
P1IIIT, all kinds.
Lawn by the largest concourse of
His life's work is done. The
chapter is ended. May he rest in
sweet peace through all the years
The issue that are to come.
BECKER & CO,
I laboring men appreciate this?
eldy, and his steno
grapher were in the city last week
on professional business.
Mrs. M.J. Ferguson, well known the Neijroesof Ward township con.
to all our readers, is assistant trol tne public affairs of Hocking
Dianager and teacher of the Logan County, aud control as you say .
Garment Cutting School, assurance they will, on the Mark Hauna plan' Dr. Steward has returned
that all the pupils of the class will Df "Business." That is the Question his summer vacation, in
have careful and polite attention.
, now. Discuss it if vou dare.
.health and spirit.
The Fairfield County Republican,
a paper devoted to truth, makes
this mention in the late issue.
"The Republicans of JTairfield
County will have one of the most no
torious Executive Committees iu
the history of the county to manage
If the Democratic majority in this
county tbis fall does nut go over
2000 we miss our prediction.
Uetoic measure must be adopted
to rid the Republican party of its
rottL-i: pi'lit'ial k-itjg."
0. Y. I. Reunion-
Logan, O. Sept. 2. 1901.
The lath Reunion of the LSth O. V.
I. will be held iu Logau ou the 19th
and 26th days of Sept. v
A xplendid prograrae has been pre
pared and all ex soldiers aud the
general public are cordially invited.
Hon. C. 11. Grosvenor, Josiah Giv
en ot Iowa ar.d others of note will t
Wikoff Koxuerill Co-
The opening attraction at the
Opera House, this season, is the
-Wikoff Rouerill Co." This com
pany is composed of 22 people,
and are rated as one of the best on
the road today. They carry five
special Vaudeville features and
their own Superb Solo Orchestra
and Marine Baud. Their openinir
nirt'"' ic-rlraj fiAa tinli nvtrY 41ia
be present. Head quarters t -A. 'rular prlPS pf aion are
R. Hill, speaking in Opera Hous.. I Children, 10; Genrnl admission,
Good uiuaic. i20; Reserve Seats and Boxes, 30.