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St- Patrick's Day.
Mrs. I. J. Llndloy gavo a St.
Patrick's Day party last Saturday
evening, to about thirty guests.
Kuoh invitation was accompanied
by a request to Lring a reading or
quotation apropos of tho day and
event. These were read at length
Tho refreshments wcro elabo
rately served, by Mesdames Thoo
doro Tritsch, F. S-Cnse and J. 0.
Morgan, dressed as Irish maids,
-in white and green. An extensive
menu, made up of dainty dishes
disguised under such namos as
"MurphieB," "S ha m roc k s,"
olc, furnished somo surprises, as
they were ordered a In carte, and
their cbmposition "was unknown
until served. Ice cream and cake
wore served in appropriate de
signs. The dining table was
tastefully decorated, the center-
picoo being a Siest,ewith a rabbit
peeping out. Candelabra, sham
rocks and potatoes were evident in
tho decorations. Mrs. Ijiiidley
proved herself an admirable host
Mr. C, N. llowen, a form or
member of the club, who lias re
cently rejoined them, was hostess
of the .Junias, Mojjitay evening,,at
their regular meeting. Tho frub
jects for the evening yjjro sociolo
gical, Miss Vail reading a paper
on the Tuskogeejinslitiite and its
founder, and Miss Ella .. Rochester
an interesting disquisition cn the
Salvation Army and its work.
Iiotb wero followed by general
discussion. An elaborato turkey
and oyster supper was served by
tho hostess at tho conclusion of
the program. Mosdamcs G. 0.
Weitzoll and F. M. McKay were
I agon gives you an nppctitc.
Itomoinhor tho lecture nt the U,
11. church tomorronighl.
Miss Klizabotli Ilonipel is a Col-
umbUB visitor this week.
Mr. Frank lllnBius was a Col
umbus visitor this week.
Tagoo, tho Host Spring Tonic.
Cnrl Ilaning', of Nolsonvillo,
spout Sutidayjvcning in Logan.
Ingoo cures Catnrrh.
Mrs. L. McGill visited relatives
in Rockbridge, Saturday.
Talk about a pretty lino of Box
Papers, seo Uort it Oo'a. sl.ow
window this weok.
Mr. George Shafcr, of Colum
bus, visited his family here over
Fresh, reliable garden
seeds in bulk at Case's
Miss Nell McManigal icturncd
to Columbus on Monday, after
spending a few days at home.
Spring Milliiu'ry Ihnt is reliably
correct, in stylo and price. Mrs.
Kngincpr .lack Morfntty was oil'
duty several days hist weok
Frank Shnw was nt Starr
I business one duy Inst week.
Mr. Vernon Dnvii spent last
weok nt Wollstou.
llnyd Howe, of Oolumb is, is
working Tor Hri. Hishop.
A new riniightcr was bom lo
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Muudy, Friday,
Mr. Elmer Edwards was on the
sick lint for a fow days Inst week.
Mrs. ,J, ,J. Snider Is upending
the wool; In Colunib is.
Mr. Ed. Kelly, of Union Fur
nace, was in Logan Monday night.
Mr. C. N. Bowon was a business
visitor in Columbus, Monday,
Miss Corn Fitzgerald, of Elk
Fork, is the guest of hor sistor,
Mrs. 1. I. Kinser.
FOR RENT A six room house
on Hunter street. Enquiro of G.
C. Feik. Zancsvilloj 0.
Joseph Stepcnson, of Strnite
villo, was a Logan visitor one day
Mr. Joe Hoy, of Columbus, was
the guest of Miss Jessio Wytitt
Ladies' do thev best in Millinery
at Mrs. McBrido's stare.'. This
spring's creations aro most beautiful.
Mrs. T. D. Kontner was liostoss
of tho Nondescript Qlub nt thoir
regular meoting, on last Thursday.
A St. Patrick's Day program was
given, ombraoing appropriate.
readings and quotations in answer
to roll-call, and speoiul papers and
readings by Mrs. J. B. Dollison
and Mrs. J. C Morgan. The
rooms were tastefully decorated in
honor of the Saint. Club guests
wore Mrs. Stetson, of Cincinnati,
Mrsr, Kontner, of Columbus, Mrs.
Mosos Strawn, Mrs. ' John Solb,
Mrs, W. II. powell, and Miss
Miss Maud Washburn, of Union
Furnace, and Mr. C. A. Clark, of
Kichwood, Ohio, were qulotly
marriod at tho Probato Oflloe, on
Monday, by Mayor Dollison. Miss
Washburn hns for sonic timo been
un omployo nt Brown Brother's, in
Logan, and has many friends hero,
Mr. Olark has juBt secured his
discharge from tho army, whero
he wa& Borgonnt of artillery. They
will mnko thoir homo in Riohwond.
Quaint, original, realistic and
exceedingly magnetic is W. B.
Patton in his latest and newest
play r"f ho Last Rose of Summer",
whiph appears at tho Opera House
Tuesday, March M7.
Mr, 0. R. Montgomery the
Inumlrymon, has taken the
ngonoy for Wyman's Steam
Dye nnU Dry Cleaning Works
at Lancaster, Ohio,
Ladies' and gouts garments
olenned and dyed, Our work
is equal to til host, Leave
your "work with Mr, Mont
goinory and wo will do tiio
Mies Etta Zinn, of Chillicothc,
was tlio'guest of her sister, Mrs.
Porter Price, over Sunday.
FOR SALE. A six-room house,
good condition. Inquire of J. W.
Mrs. Etta Phillips ia spending
the weok with hor grnndpnrents
Charley Phillips, of Shawnee,
spent last Saturday with his par
ents i, Logan.
Purity and accuracy our
motto. New Opera House
Chas. Unklo, of Columbus, vis
ited hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Ray Williamson, son of Sheriff
George Williamson, is visiting
rolntives in Laurolville.
"Fred Kunode, who is working in
Lancaster, wns at homo from Jri
dny till Monday.
Mr. Fdwin Fledderjohann, ol
bgicntur, Tndiannj was -in Logan
on vusiness tins woek
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kirehncr, of Ma
rion, are guests of thoir daughter,
Mrs. Will Snider, this week.
Wo are ready with fresh new
Garden Seeds Bort & Co. tli
FOR SALE. A good farm wei-t
of Logan, at n bargain. Call on
or address Itiley 'Glass, Logon, 0.
W. B. Patton in "Thcjjnst Rofo
of Summer" nt the Opera House,
Tiiesdoj', March ill.
Fon Rknt Good (1 room cottage,
well convenienccd. Loealrd in
west Lognn. I r qui re of Roman
CEiJiidies. cigars, tobac
cos jft the New Opera House
T. C. .Qnrter, of Chnttanongo,
Tenn., will lecture nt First U. B.
Church, Friday ovoning Mnrch 2S,
100(1, Matrimoninl Mistakes'
Admission 2fjts, ehUdren IDots.
Mrs. William Andorson, who
hn6 been vor seriou(,ly ill for
somo timo, with n complication of
disorders, suffered a partial stroke
of paralysis, Saturday night,
At Case's store you al
ways get reliable garden
seeds at lowest prices.
Alma Gertrude, tho little daugh
tor of Rev. and Mrs. II. W. Wnlk
or, while playing in front of a
book-case at hor homo, Monday
evening, fell against tho glass
door of the enso in such a way
that her right enr was severely out
by tlio broicen glass, ftovonu
stitches wero tnkon in tho erir and
no pennnneut injury, except a
sear, will result.
Spring is coming and
you will want fresh gar
den seeds. You can get
the best at Case's store
Tho Daughter? of Rebokuh do
she to thank the public in general
for thoir liberal patronage given
at their ohiokon dinner, Mnroh 17,
Mr. Roy Conily wn able to be
out lasj week after being hud up
with the grip for several days.
Miss Madge Kintx, of Lancns
ter, was the guest of Jacob Fox
and family, Friday and Saturday.
Fr. Richards rctiYrned Saturday
evening from New York, where he
has been visiting his mother.
Robert Kanodc visited his fa mi
ly from Thursday till
I net proceed'' of the home
talk,, show, Friday evening,
amounted to abo'utliinety dollars.
Miss Franco McC'orniiek, aflei
nvisit of ton days in 'Columbus,
returned homo last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. OliirlcH J Wright
wero ColumbiiH vliilurn last Fri
day. Miss Ruth llondcrson wiic tbo
guest of Miss AnnaWhito, at Jul s,
Sunday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jurgens
muior, who have Bpont the "winter
in Lognn, linvo returned to Limn,
Iagoo sold by Hort A' Co., fiOc
for $1.00 Bottles, has more in
dorsements by homo pooplo than
nil other remedies put togethor,
Mr. Oliver Crawford, of NcIboii
ville, was o visitor in Logan and n
ealler at'the Dumooiut Skntiniu.
Mrs. Porter Armstrong wns
called Saturday to sco hor father,
Mr. William Wnllnfe, who is ill at
his homo nonr Hnydoiiville.
Mr. o'nd Mrs Goorgo Gladman
occupied tho Wright property,
corner of West Mum iiul High
mil i . . i.
Mrs. Bort Kontner and two
children, orColunibiis, wore guests
of Mr. nnd Mis. I. D. Kontner,
Thursdny mid Friday.
Merle MoMorrow, of Nolson
villo, and Misses Frieda nnd Goldto
McMorrow, of Lancaster, spout
Sunday with thoir parents here,
Messrs, Jim Loomis, of Union
on m'i,i'.?'7i., - '7wmFL',,mjHJM
u wm mrjAs-iw ? JM tv
l lusuns win oe nign.
That isUnless You Buy Now.
fust before the advance in cotton we bought onr bg assortment of excellent
tintlermuslins and white goods from one of the best makcrti in (he business.
Shortly after came the advance in cotton.
Didn't U Me el us. Wc had lliis order en route for uh.- At the present cotton
price the amount we paid would, hardly cover the cost of the fabrics used in tfteir
corns you in this we are going- to sell every garment
and every yard of white goods at the same low prices we purchased it at e.vecpUn'g our usual small margin ol
profit. Kvery reasonable, prudent woman will buy a supply for a "six month." It means a saving of a third
and even a half.
Tain promiRCfl to be tho lariat white goods season over known. An
ticipating this wo bought heavily and liavo rendy for your selection llie
largest nail beat stock we have ove,r shown. You will find liere all tlhit
is now and at prices that will be pleasing to jotir
Kxtrn goml values in line sheor India linens at 'Mi down
Fine sheer Porsian lawns, lighter in weight and more Blieor
man main linens aoieuown to
11 inch Persian lawns, goods that arc very hard to got, an ex
tra good value at
Kxtrn line Bliuer Swiss mulls for ovoning and graduating cos
tunics at f0i2 down to
Checked and striprd corded dimities very pretty and service- O 1
ab!o clothos At 15c down to t)T
Laeo striped and hemstitched cheeked Inwm at 25c down
to . ! .- ::...
WHITE GOODS s
Fine Swisses in dotted and lieiiiAlitulied effects, one of the sea- J r
pon's biggest fnvariles at 10c down to 1 OL
Kino sheor embrnideriod niulls and Swisses in 'filaiti, striped (fin
nnd checked ptTeuts. very dainty and slylish at Til) and . . taL
Plain and fancy silk mulls, some in dotted effects nl Mc down l C,
l'ntlcy mercerized novelties in small, neat lignres, dnt-i and ri-
L'hucka for iliirt waists at L'Sc, 2ut' ami LJ
II and HO inch linen finish suitings for Eiiits and skirts at. Mc, Cn
L'Ojund ?S.. .. lOL
f!6 inch nil linen suiting?, some shrunk for waixtn, skirts and i(r
sniti nt-15'jand 'i:JL
10-1 fine all linen sheeting, one of the host and elicaposl of fab- l ir
rics for the popular linen suits n- ItLD
Undermuslins at prices lowc than you can buy the material and make them
for. Not the shoddy, skimpy kind, but garments that are made right in eveiy
way. Lome and see tliem
Ludien' gowns inadu of good unft lluislifd
muslins, yoko of tine tucks, laou and eiu
hroidery insnrtions, nook and sleoved lln
islfd with edgings and hemstitched ruilles
good value at 7'rc and
Ladies' gowns made of lino miHliiittaud n:in
snoks, yoke of lino laeo and embroidery in
.sertioiiH, nook and sleeveH, trimmeii with
lace and embroidery edgings anil ribbons
. pretty styles at 1.33 !ud
Ladles' gowns of llnen!jinsook1 elaboraloly
trimmed with fiiie lnces, Clnbrolileries and
ribbons, very dainty garments at 1.75 and
Muslin pottieoats with tucked, embroidery
and laeo llouncen. extra good values at Site,
Muslin petticoats with deep llmuces trim
med with laces, einhmiUerio and inser
tions, pretty styles at 1. '.'.", 1 00 and
Petticoats made of line soft muslins, deep
Uounees, trimmed with tucks, Ihcoh, em
broideries and inse.rlioiis, extra good gar
ments at .! 00, 1 75 and
.Several pretty styles in petticoats made of
fine muslins, cambrics and India linens,
very deep llouncos, elaborately trimmed
With small tucks, fine laces and eyelit em
broideries, insertions mid ribbons very
dainty garments at 1 25 down to
50c rjj j j '
90c J MM
1,50 i. I W
Muslin corset covers, fronts, nuck and armholes trimmed with
lace eJging and insertions, several styles and all good values
at 35c and
Corset covers of line muslins and nainsooks, fronts, neck nnd
armholes trimmed with (ins"val laces nnd insertions and rib
bons, pretty styles at COj, 50j and
Corset covers of line nninsoolts and Swisses, elaborately trim
med with linn wide and narrow laces, insertions and ribbons
vary dainty nnd the kind you want for the lingerie wuists,
several styles at 1 25, 1 00, Soc and
J.ndies' muslin drawers, flounce trimmed with tucks, law sand
embioideries at 10c nnd
Ladies' line muslin nnd nainsook drawers, llounce trimmed
with hemstitched tuei-s, laces mid embroideries at ii ami
Lid ies' line nninsonk ,'draweis, ilnuiiees trimmul with hem
stitched ttuks, line laces, empruideriej and ribbons at l.oo,
Ladies' chemise of line nainsook, neck nnd and armholes of
beading embroidery, ribbon trimmed nt
i 8L -
A (it for every
lov bust nnd sev
iral styles, in
d.iding the U. it
The corset best
In line with the
Adopted us the
most grace f u 1 ,
and most durable
corset by the most
critical womon of
Prices $1 to $3.
IB BH .b. ."h. jfli "QkK tmtsi mb jq&l & fl
MWILm& &!?'$ mm
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Mr. Charles JIcLnin, of Ilnydon
villo, wns in Logan, Tuesday
morning, on Iuh way to Union
Dr. and INIrs. Campbell, accom
panicd by Master Dallas Kinser,
Mr. Will Tolbcrt has given up t I.N. Slnl.er lost a valuable
his place with llio Logan Clay horse, Monday, by locl;Jnv. Dr.
Product Conipnny, and taken njobj Hell, of Nelsonvillo, nnd Dr. .Jono",
at tbo Ijancaster chair faotorv. ' of Athens, both trented tho ani-
1 He left for thiero Sundny evening. ! mal, in vnin. Mr. Slntzer bought
Misses Hnttio TritKch, Ada
wore Capital City visitors last Kriog, llnrbprn and Kulnh Uort, '
the horse only about a month ngi,
Paints, brushes, varnish
es, enamels. We have
them. Opera House drug
store'. WlicnliTiiecd of Shoo Kopnir-
spent Sundny in Nelsonvillo as
guests of Mleses Grace None!; and
Mr. and Mrs. Kred Ueinstetlle,
of Niekle Plato, are t.ho happy
possessors of n lino baby girl, who
registered at thoir residence last
Tho receipts of the dinnor amount-'friends hero thi
ed to over $C7.
Unydonvillo, wero Lngan visitors
Mr, John 111
ing, West Virgin!
lug try Kraiik Myors A' Sou. Work 'n,uratiUy.
right, Prices right. Woil; donof
"while you wait," 't'ty it onco.i Mr. CScorgo Oliver, or Knton,
Walnut St,, nonr Harden's store, 'c'olorario, was calling on friends
., r,l TT"?."" '." . i . "in Lognn and vicinity this weok.
Mr. C ayton Fifklo returned on '"
-ii , i . , ...rt,.i. Mr. Oliver waB lor somo years u
Saturday from Phjua, niter work-1 ' , ., .
, J , ', . ,' res dent of Lognn, haying attend
ing u few days nt that place, unit i " . ,, ,, , ,
" " ' ' nrt ci mi, linn lln llflU llllOM 111
i owii.fii, ,,v.w, .w ,., ..... ...
line roaiiinnrl hlu I'liiMiier iinsltion
.,MU (WUM...V.. ... . - . L - I . .,r.. f i...nui.. ..nn..n
iuio imm iut i wen i j- j-vii ib
l-'OU SALE 1 will soil, on easy
with the Snider Mfg. Co.
Afi. Tlnil Wnfnpiiinii. nnn'innl nil
ii n' . r c iv .....o una,! payments, my hnndaonio country
the U. & O, S. V was killed ,?., .V',1 iA,ii tn i?n
Furiiaec, nnri Wash Wnlkor, "ipionriny by running his engine in- ,ujj( uul one mji0 fr0m tho Court
ton landslide at Coolville. He'irnuso. Tho nlnco consists of 1
wnB n broibor of Alex. Waterman. I nnri ono half aores, with a seven
okln7rTi7Tf Wheel- who formerly worked on tin Hook-V" 1,0U?S,rt",nrt ""'i1, "nd T
iiohuuin,.i iTiiooi J 'house, a 120 barrel cistern ; also a
;lnia, ii calling on ing Ynlloy, nnri has been on the 1U.K0'we)U i,lQra of Joo llrook-
IiIh week, aftor mi 1. O. S. W. for the past forty ,,., lUehop Hlock, Mniu Street,
ubsenco of eix years,
Messrs. Frank Hrown, John
Moriartv. W. .1. Curry and Kd.
Price were guests at the unniinl'
banquet of tho Friendly Sons of
St. Patrick, nt the Chittenden
Hotel, Columbus, on the evening
of St. Patrick's Day.
.lohn Hright, aged Jl'J, of Mari
on Township, ilied at his home,
Sunday morning, consumption of
the lungs. Funeral services wero
held at Fellowship Church, Tues
day morning, lie wns n brother
of K. K. Hright, of this city.
Mrs. William Fismer. mother of
Mrs. Louisa Ilaituitinn, of Lognn,
died nt her homo in Lancaster last
Friday. Mr. Lewis Hnrtmann,
the Misses llartmanu, and Hew
Spoehr attended tho funeral from
hero. Mrs. Hnrtuinnu was at her
mother's side all last week.
Messrs. Israel Foster, C. II.
Uryson and Hurry Webster, of
Athens, wero Logan visitors be
tween trains Thursday ovoning.
Mr. Foster, is Proseouting Attor
ney, and Mr. Webuter, Sherih" of
Athens county, and Mr. Hryson is
editor of tho Athens Gazette,
Sir. John Livingston lias bren
engaged by Mr, Joshua Urown to
conduct the hitter's livery stnble,
recently pnrolinsed of Iv, 1 Arm
strong, Mr, Livingston is nn A !
hostler and will give satisfaction.
Armstrong's hustler, Mr. Jnp lies,
has cntored tho employ of O. W.
Tho fojlowing nt tended the per
formnnce of ''Tho Islo of Spice,"
which played a return engagement
n . Stuart's Opera House, in Nel
aonville, Saturday night: Mrn.
Fred drove, Mifses Lillian James,
Barbara and Kulnh Uort, Ada
IvrJog, Ilnttie Tritsoh, nnd Jose
phino llowen; and Messrs, Lou
Nnile, John Gallagher, Albert
Hhories, Joe Krishbtium, ITniry U.
Wright, George Smith, Genrgo
Kcnnnrd, Huliort Luppen, Fred
Shivoly, Lowell Sparks and Joo