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Beginning March 1, and continuing 30 days the following
reliable, well known firms will conduct the greatest SALE
ever held in Logan. Our motto: Large Sales, Small Profits.
Come and let, us prove to you in the language of dollars
and cents that this is ,
Buy NOW and get the BEST and MOST for your money. Money spent here
will not be wasted. Special purchases for this opening. A. GALA MOTH.
VERY NEW
JVSD
Fashionably Dashing
- Coat Fancies
AND
Tailored Skirls
&
If anxious to keepja little ,in advance of the
crowd ' Look to ' to supply yonr noed in
these important items. We are equipped to
serve your''utraoit 'satisfaction, whether you
are shopping; for the children, the young miss
' or Ihe grownifolkn.
This Week we mke & Special Cloalc Ex
hibit. You." will be interested in these new
f ids' and fancies even if yon don't expect to do
jour purchasing until later.
This is a dependable line, splendid in its
capabilities, Burnt in style, perfect in de
tail and at prices, in many 'cases less than less
fashionable model.
LiJVDUll
. - Fore-Ruuuers of Spring
If yon admire beauty in a fabric and wish to own it at a little cost,
call in and look' over these wash good Speoial9. Our mid summor
wash goods are;more tempting than ever this season. We are show
ing a. line that any store might be proud of. All new, serviceable,
up-to-date weaves.
Trench Lawns, Dimities, Persian Lawns, Dot-'
ted Swisses, Houslines. St. Gull Swisses. Voi
les, Mercerized Fancies, Welts and Figures.
Organdies, Dress -Linens, Indian Heads, Mer
cerized Oanvas, suitable materials for men's
shirts, children's dresses, ladle's shirt waists
or full suits, other materials for evening and
trest gowns.
Have You Looked at the Laces?
ETftTthing'ih'ats new and only new. They are prettier than any
-we hive yet received. New designs and widths in all the popular
laces'wlth insertions to match.
New, Embroideries
Sinoejh.rsla season of frills and ruffles, we have purchased a special
line of Embroidery. Every possible width and design, from the
aUosfB, thbnarrow edge insertion'to the broad flouncing and ruffles
so muoh'jn Evidence for the coming season. (
Wellmaiv
Steinmah & Yontz
LOCAL NEWS.
Rnhprt Kemner Ii unendinf this
week at home. I.
The greatest sale of groceries ever
held in Logan, at Tipton,.
Miss Mattie Slatzer was the
guest of relatives at Straitsville.
Joe Stroupe who lias been work
ing at StraiUville returned homo
the first of the weec.
Flo Carnes who is working at
Lancaster spent Sunday at home.
Mrs. Whiley Thurnesa his been
the guest of her parents Mr. and
'Mrs. Cbas. Hose this week.
Sherriff Williamson and wife
are spending a few days at Laurel
ville this week.
.-il89 Lixzie Cochran of Union
"Furnace'spent Saturday with Mies
Barbara ttort.
See the Spring Suits at Wellman
Steiuman and Yontz, after reading
this add.
The Junia' Literary Clulr met
with Miss Vaile on Monday evening.
Mr. Will Rarig of New Lexing
ton has purchased the Central and
willtako possession soon.
Mr. Otto Juergensmeier and wife
left last Thursday for Piqua where
he has accepted a position.
Extraordinary bargains and all
the latest style's at Blasiua aud Skin's.
Miss Carrie LuU entertained at
cards on Thursday evening in hon
or of her guest Mis Wolfe of Col
umbus.
The Misies Rochester, Lucile
Allen, Miss McManigal and Mes
dames A. K. Smith, Wellman and
Dillon Sanderson were ih Colum-
bns on Saturday to see Mary Man-
nerincr and Jam pa K. Ilaekatt in I
'The Walls of Jenco."
Buy your garden seeds at COM
LY'S. All fresh new seeds.
JLC. TIPTON CLOTHES OF D1STINCTI0H
THE STORE FUU
Good Goods
AT
Low Prices
Because we hand
le no shoddy stuff
and. put out noth
ing except with
our gunrautoo to
be. as represented,
or money ret uuded
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Some Groceries
YOU NEED
.03
Buckwheat Flour, per lb. "
(Absolutely Puro)
Pearl Hominy, per lb. "
Ffake-,," " ' "
Prunes, 'good size " " "
Raisins. Not a seed " " "
Raising, Med.Size ' "
Raisins, Very large, 3 for
Evaporated Apples per "
Malta V.ita, 3 pkgs.
'Old Ken tuckv "Baking Powder
Per lb.' , ,
-King Bee Coffee, better
than Arbuckles, per lb.
Imperial Tea "
Jood Head Rice "
Pure Strained Honey,
25 ct. elass
Puro Fruit Prcierves,
20 ct. glass
Curtice Bros, Jam, 12$ ct. can
3 cans for .35
.02
.03J
.05
.10
.07$
.25
.10
.10
.15
.25
.05
.15
.10
Don't Forget the Cackle.
A duck who bad faithfully stack
to basiness during the summer and
laid several dozen large fawn-colored
eggs, oom plained that she was not
appreciated. "See that hen over
there?" said the duck; "she has not
laid so many eggs as I h'ave, uor so
higt.bat'she has' books written about
her and verses composed in her hon
or, while nobody says a word about
me." "The trouble with you is,"
said a wise Buff Leghorn cock, that
was standing uear, "that you do
not tell tho public what you have
done. You lay an egg anu waddle
off without letting, anybody in the
neighborhood know it. If you want
to cut any ico in this community
you mutt loaru to adveitUet"
TOBACCO
Index 50 ct Plug - "
G. T. W, 3 plugs for " ;
Star, per plug " "
J. T. genuine, per plug "
Standard Navy, per plug'
Sledge, " . " -
Wigwam, large pkg.
.35
.56
.45
.m
.35
.30
.071
Remember we are
headquarters for every
thing in the fancy gro
cery line and we have
it, whatever you may
want.
"KOWEBA," the best fruits and
vegetables.
"CHASE & SANBORN" stands
for Coffee excellence.
"TIPTON A-l"tbe flour they all
praise. No higher in prico than
other brands.
A.C.TIPT0N
We are sure we are not put
ting it too strong when we say,
that our kind of Clothes are
Clothes of distinction.
Our Clothing Has Character
Besides the wearing quality
and durability are not lost
sight of.
F. Blasius has just returned
from a 10 days visit to the
Tailoring Shops of Hart, Shaff
ner & Marx, Ettinger & Co.,
Haas Clothing Co., Eiderheim
er, Stein & Co.
And How We are Also Sure
we are not putting it too strong
when we say that the results
of this spring's effort will eclip
se anything we have ever been
able to show you before.
We will make you look as you
you would like to look, and
K
WEI DO IT AT A MODERATE PRICE
Favor us with a look. You
are welcome. Remember, you
are not expected to buy every
time you visit our store.
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New Spring Goods Every v
thing to wear for Men and Boys.
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