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Thursday, March 29, 1906
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Sir. Francis Oner( of LancaR
ter, spent Sunday in Lognii,
rviru. .1. N. Wuikor spent sevcrnl
days in New Strnitsvlllo this week.
Potatoes wanted at Tipton's.
Gils Iloino wiib ut Nelson vllle,
Friday, on business.
.Mr. John Williams, of Straits
ville, spent Suudiiy with his son,
Dtivc, at Lognti.
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MratlomcE A. 11. Brooke, Helen
ISowun, and A. (J. PJllioll Mere in
Nclsonvlllo for Bovcral dliys as
guests of Mrs. Anna Scifrles.
Misses Grace Nerlck and Emma
Hoddn, and Mr. .1 nines Bain, of
Nelsonvllle) were Logan visitors,
Mrs. K. A. Carivo was in Lau
cusler from Thursday till Satur
day tlu guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Florcnoo Parker df Colum
bus was tho guest of her mother
Airs. Carolino Parker Saturday
Garden Seeds from the most McS9rP- '""sah Floyd and
reliable growers sold in .bulk by Alvi" Flo3'd of Laurolvllle, wore
Bort it Co.
Misses Nello nnd Maudo Mc
Mftnigal are at home from Colum
bus for two weokH.
An Interesting Session on
Council met Tuesday night, with
all Ujo lnonibciH present except Mr.
The report of the Board of Pub
lic AH'nirs a8 Cemetery Tiuslces was
submitted and approved. The ox
pcn?e account of the Board of Wat
er Works Trustees wns referred to
the Finance Comittee, to be report
ed at the next meeting.
Thu'rness introduced an ordinance
to levy special assessments for pay
ment ot tne irnungncr Avenue im
provements. Some of the assess
ments are so large as to be burden
some; as, for instance, Kessler,
$917.8.-1; Gallagher, $S7S.S9; and
the Hocking Valley HuKCo., $472.
65. The assessment is $8.07 per
foot front, the abutting property
owners paying 49-50 of tho cost:
exclusive of intersections. Pay
ment may lr; made in thirty days,
or in ten equal installments, with
four percent interest on deferred
payments. The Clerk read a com
munication from Auditor James L.
Martin, advising that the several
amounts be certified at once to that
otlicc, so they can be placed on the
books for the June tax collection.
Under a suspension of the rules,
the ordinance was at once passed.
Mr. Angle, Chairman of the Fi
nance Committee, reported favora
bly on a small wad of bills, which
The Street Committee reported"
the purchase of land for the cxton
tion of North Orchard Street, and
submitted a plot of the proposed
extension. The deeds were to be
executed on Wednesday. The re
port was approved.
The select committee, consisting
of Messrs. Thurness, Shaw and
Weldy, appointed at the last meet
ing to investigate and oxamino tho
books of the Water Works and Cem
etery Trustees, presented their re
port nnd were discharged. The re
port, which we print elsewhere in
full, sets forth that the books of
these two boards were found to be
in a very unsatisfactory condition;
that large amounts of money have
been paid as salaries to officers not
legally entitled to the same; and
ndviscs that the departments be
thoroughly revised and renovated.
Tho books of these two boards for
tho period of February, 1902, to
February 1900, inclusive, weio ex
amined by Capt. Win. M Howen,
and his report, appended to tho
Committee report as Exhibit A,
sots forth in great detail the dis
crepancies and irregularities shown
by tho books.
Col Weldy brought up the ques
tion of hiring a Street Commission
er and having tho paved streets
cleaned. Mayor DolJison address
ed tho council, statini: that it was
proposed to consolidate tho ollices
Street Commissioeer and Sanitary
Policeman, and that the Hoard of
Health hnd signified their willing
ness to confor with a committee of
the council on thesubjeot. A com
mittee consisting of Thinness, Shaw
and Limning was accordingly nam
ed for that purpoto, and, in tho
meantime, tho Street Committeo
was restricted to havo tho streets
donned in some way. The Sani
tary Policeman rocoiyes u salary of
$210 per year, and tho Street Com
missioners pay is $200, It is pro-
iwuiiii in navo one man to nil notn
oflieoB, nnd pay him something less
than than tho nggregato of thoso
nmonnts. Colonel Weldy remark
ed that, se far as the Board of
Health is of any uso to the town, it
could very wol he djspensod with
altogether, but the law says that
we must have such a board.
among tho Saturdny visitors in
Robert Krunn of Starr ono of
the staunch Democrats of the
county, wns oLoebii visitor in
For delicious pies und cakes, ' Monday.
rail on Mrs Lucius Wright, Log- R d, - Rhubarb, Let
An addition is beinK built to uuge, iuui opinugu ui up
the Hunter Stroot Lulhorun
Church, consisting of u large and
commodious Sunday School room.
Mrs. Frank Harrington, after
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Har
rington for two weeks, returned to
Columbus la6t Saturday.
Everything in early veg
etables at Tipton's this
Mr. and Mrs. Ben McMnnigal
and little son, of Columbus, are
visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs.
B. C. McMnnignl, for a few weeks.
Mips Zolla Chapman is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Ed Grill'ith of
Union Furnace this week. Mrs.
Chapman is spending n few days
Mies Lillio Wright is homo from
Delawaro College to spend a few
days with her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. I. C. Wright, at their home
on South Mulberry street.
Miss Ethel Ellis, of Westeryille,
Ohio, was the guest of Miss
Pleza Mauk, Tuesday and Wed
nesday, on his wny home after a
visit in Athens.
Mesfiro. Hlrmnn rJtudcr, of Now
Lexington, and William ltnrlek,
took charge of tho Central Hotel
on Monday having houghfr out
Miss Louise Mason, of Sugar
Grove, visited Mrs. James A.
Oliver severnl days this week.
Miss Mason is a student at Ohio
Mrs. J. C. Brown and daughter
.lonniictle, ol (;olumbus, wero
gueets of Tlios. Nailo and family
for Bovcral d iys, returning homo
yesterday. Thoy visited Mrs. J
II. Brown, of Starr, over Sunday.
Tho family of Mr. D. Silverman,
cutter for tho Logan Garment
Companj', moved here last week
from Cleveland, and have occupied
tho new MoLain property on North
a fi imww i
If yu own two or more cows
you need n 1)15 LAVAL croftQi
separator. You may have n froo
trial of a DE LAVAL machine in
your own home upon request.
Give us n call. A. N. Illff, Agt.,
Whether you wish to buy n
crenm separator or not wo will be
pleased to call on you nnd explain
tho boneflts of thn DE LAVAL
mnohincfi. Either 'phono or drop
us a line today. A. N. Hill', Agl.,
Messrs. Will Brown Fred Mc
Donald, Clifford nnd Otto lies, of
Otteibino University, spent a few
days vacation with thoir parents
in Logan nnd vicinity, returning
Misses Alico Kulm nnd Blanche
Stroup were visitors at tho Wild
Cut Hollow School last Fridny,
that being the closing day bofore
vocution. They were guests of
Andrew Prior und family.
Miss Liz.io Kompel returned
Sunday evening nftor a week's
stay in Columbus. She was ac
companied by Muster Eonipol
Wnsson who is spending this
Miss Helen Pond of Somerset,
who wns taken to Chicago on
March, 20, was operated upon
lust Saturday at Josephs Hospital
for appendicitis, the operation
proving entirely successful.
Mr. Fred Bright hn received
notico of hit confirmation by the
Senate hb United Stntos Consul to
Huddersflold, England, to succeed
Benjamin Stone, of Chillicothe.
Mr. Bright will loavo soon to take
up his consular duties.
Mrs. Luko Lehman nnd daugh
ter Daisy of Columbus arrived
hero Fridny evening to visit Mrs.
J. B. Lyons. Mrs. Lehman re
turned on Monday, Miss Daisy re
maining till Saturday when Miss
Eva Wright will accompany her
to Columbus for n weeks visit.
Judge S. II. Pright wns elected
Trustee for the creditors of the
Hocking Mfg. Co., at n meeting
hold here yesterday before E. D.
Rickotts, Referee in Bankruptcy.
The referee refused to confirm the
election of Hugh Dugan, of Col
umbus, mnde n week boforo, bo
cause he lives out of the district,
nnd it wns thought that the trus
tee should be present constnntly,
for the best interests of tho credi
tors. George Krinn, A Mngoon,
nnd F. Kessler wero nppointed to
appraise the property.
Mrs .Tnlm ihnntpC t cenvnles
ocitt iillt'f- a severe attack of pleu
risy and la grippe.
President Louis Bookwalkor, of
Westorvlllo, was n visitor In Log
Mr., Samuel Wilkinson, of
Liiurelvlllo, id visiting Mr. and
Mi a. OIiiih. Vorco this week.
The County CimiinlBsioiioia are
remodeling tho south-wost room
of the Coift House, first floor, for
life as an olllco and moating room.
Mr. George Ray, nn old soldier,
nged oighly-ono, of West Hunter
Btroot, received n serious injury
Inst Thursdny, by falling down tho
collar steps in Paul Fox's grocury.
Tho left shoulder was dislocated,
and the bone cap crushed. The
Dra. Wright rendered sorgical assistance.
Mrs. Gcorgo Shafor nnd children
left hero yesterdny for Columbus,
where they will reside. Mr. Shu
fur is employed in Seifert's Drug
Store, in that city. A numbor of
Mrs. Shafer's neighbors aBBombled
ut her home, Tuesday ovening, for
a fnrewell pnrty.
'Last Rose of Summer."
Mr. W. B. Pntton presonting
"The Last Roso of Summor" at
the Opera Houtu Tuerduy evening
wns one of tho best entertainments
presented this seuBon. Mr. Pat
ton, a star of the stage, was imp
ported by a good company. The
Opera House orchestra rendered
most excellent music. They are
certainly a happy addition to the
play house. Tho famous Cresents
wero in attendance in a body, and
received a round of uppluuso.
News lias been rutin r scurcu iti
Now Plymouth nnd so no itoms
for quite awlle.
Wilmor Hnrdcsty and family
moved fn Hudson, Mich., on last
Mis Wilinn BtutloM, of Woster
vlllo, Is vWtftlg Mm. F. A.
John T. Gibbons cnino home
from Athi'ii" eollego Saturday eve
ning for h short vacation.
Mr. Freeze, of Qunley, t epf tid
ing n few day with his daughter,
Mrs, l?ose Stnttlor.
Miss Madgo McDowell it spend
ing her March vacation rt homo.
She is n membpr of tho graduating
class in music this year of the
Ohio Wesley an vjollego at Delowaie.
Misses Lottie M. Harden Mini
Rosolla I). Kggk-ston visited
friends on Honey Fork over Sun
day. Mrs. Loyitiu Randall visited hr
sister Mrs. Kate Stone lust week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Riggfl
spent Sunday with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. J, Grillith, of FnirvUw.
Mrs. Lib Fuller 1b in MoArthur.
Sam Johnson visited hia brother
Amos, in Logan, the flrati of the
Rot. McDowell closed a very
successful meeting nt Cadia on
Mr. and Mr. John McGarshy
and baby, of MoArthur, visited
bis mother oyer Sunday.
Goldiu Mowry is working for
Hile Allen, of McArthur.
fflureo $J4sj rrsTtata tUwurwta
SPECIAL FRI. AND SAT., MARCH. 30 AND 31.
Every lacly in Logan will be interested. Demonstra
tion of the most wonderful invention ever shown in this
city. "THE NEW AND CELEBRATED" DUPLEX
STEAM SPONGER," which has revolutionized shrinking
methods. It makes dress goods better, more reliable and
more beautiful. The life of fabrics depends on their pro
per sponging; this is just as important as tho fabric being
woven and dyed evenly. The new Duplex shrinks, spon
ges and cold-presses all classes of fabrics and at a, uniform
price of .. 5c a Yard
Your Gown's Dressy Effect
DErCNDS ON PROPER SPONGINO
fill 8 Fk
ONLY S CENTS A YARD
In order to'introducc this high grade work fully in you
we will sponge and shrink any goods bought or brought
to our store on the above named days free. Remember it
is free pn Friday and Saturday only. Hereafter work
will be done at the slight cost of 5c per yard.
Wo especially invito every dross maker in the city to
view this wonderful machine in the Dress Goovis De
partment, and give their opinion.
HiiIWH Will ill'ill I ii i I
ALL' OVER ""THE "HOUSE.
Hub duck or ?eesc' with common!
The Floor of the Kitchen Some Hints after plucking to remove the down.
About Oilcloth. Apples will not turn durk when
Any good matched hoards are pared if dropped into water to which
good for tho kitchen floor, ilard- icnion juice lias been added,
wood iloors look extremclv clean. ' Freshen stale rolls or crackers bv
but even uilh the hf,i. nf r-nvu ihoi- tviinr them in a miner snek und iuif- 1mm. nml rismrr nnrlv tlm vnAmiTi
become spotted and need an amount Ib'tf ito a hot oven. lul'tcr his arrival there iie stnrted out
of scrubbing which is a waste of en- ''u&t heforc serving corn soup add for n walk There had arrived dur
crgy. Cover your plain board floor a few kernels of freshly popped corn , ll)e nlt before a circus com.
mm mi) uiiu ui mo numerous iorms , lu juuiuiui iw u giinusn.
An Amusing Expcricnco of Rev. Ed
ward Everett Hale.
More than twenty-five years ago
Uie lev. Edward Everett Halo had
nccasion to visit the town of Jling-
of oilcloth you may happen to pre
fer. A small pattern, closely cover-
nig the oilcloth, will show the wear '
Jess than a large pattern. Allow
An Ivory Cleanser.
To clean ivory ornaments brush
them with a toothbrush, which
enough over to muke mats to put in should riot be very new, rubbed with
front of the stove, the lahlu and the .'"P- 3msu iu lukewarm water and
'I.!. .hn.nmr iln I ' I . ,. .. I .1. 1.-
uj iuuiuiiiuj, J IIUU UlU.ill uie
Kink, if, these mats are shifted once
a week the stove mat to the table,
the sink mat to tho stove, etc.
they will last much longer and save
tho permiinent jioor covering. When
this showii wear and looks dingy
take it up and spread il face down
ward on the attic Hoor. . Paint the
wrong side with two coats of some
neutral tint and let it dry thor
oughly. When pnt down it'will he
as good ns now.
To Polish Mahogany.
First take out ink stains, if there
are any, by touching them with spir
its of salt. Do it with u sponge tied
upon tho ond of a stick. Then wash
the spots instantly with vinegar and
make the whole surface to he pol
ished clean with it. Then rub on
the following preparation with a
woolen cloth: Iclt together in an
earthen not two ounces of beeswax
und one-half ounco of ulkanet root.
'I'l.n.. i-, ;t r-... 41. l! 1 ...1.1
nuii mni; il ni H1U jiiu UI1U UUU
ornaments again until tho luster ap
pears. It will be increased if a little
alcohol be poured on the brush. It
the ivory is very yellov set in the
sun to bleach.
To Pickle Pork.
1'our and one-half pounds of salt,
one pound of brown sugar, one
ounce of saltpeter and three- gallons
of wator. Pill into a large saucepan
and boil for half an hour, skim
ming oil tho scum. When cold, pour
over the moat, and let it lie for a
few days. This is intended to corn
u small quantity of meat for family
and all the residents seemed
By JACOB COULD SCI1URMAN, President of Cornejl University
Cure For Rhoumatism.
For rheumatism take a lea mode
from Virginia snakcroot, half a tea
cupful half an hour before each
meal and before retiring. J'ive cents'
worth of the root, it is said, will I
elfect the cure. Tho tea should be
two ounces of spirits of wine and ituken " wnrm us possible,
one-nan pint ol spirits of turpeu
tine. Polish with a soft silk cloth.
Calf's Foot Aspic,
lloil three calf's feet for thirty
minutes, salt the water and when
cold drain and cut the meat away
from tho bones in small pieces.
Chop fine and put into a pot and
cover with water, vinegar and salt
to taste; add a bay leaf, a few round
peppers and a few allspice. Uoil all
Children's Raisin Pudding.
"HAY, UK YOU ONE Ol" '1IIK CIltUUH l'KO
I anxious to get a first glimpse of uny
Mix together equal quantities of ouo wh liad an)' connection with
finely shred suet, Hour, breadcrumbs the show.
and raisins, btoned and choppefl; AVhilo Jdr, JIalo was enjoying his
moiston with milk or with sirun and -lonely walk ho noticed n rnHif.i-
n Jitllo Mater, lipil tlireo or four elderly woman walking toward him. TIOE, but tho capitalists, tho carotakora of these colossi
hours and servo with more sirup or Sho was verv slrakdit and thin mwl i,!v ,.i f .. 1 i i ',
with custard sauco , Y Biiaigut aim tmn aim think only of pushing tho business as far as possible,
uiu u ciiccKcu Kinuuum suuuoniiGt. ,. .1,1 - a ... . 1 ,1 , . ,. . . . ...
and as she n,,proached 1,1m, looking " Mm"K' """ U' ,WWral reb,IU w PPr,,uPS ,,Ur"u,
EELIEVE that TIIE WEALTHY MEN of this country
ARK XOT COXTHIBUTNTQ THEIR SHARE to the
uovornnicnt. Thoy are not paying thoir 3haro of tile taxes.
Thrni should bo some law TO COMPEL THESE MEN
TO DO WHAT IS RIGHT, and tho only way that I see
by which tlni can bo done is to add an amendment to the constitution.
WE ARK IOTITLED TO JUST LAWS. WE WANT
EQUAL TREATMENT. I believe that nothing can bo done better
than put ig honest niou in offices of trust, on the bench and at tho bar
and also in business positions. Wo havo been shown the LAX
METHODS by which men in high positions havo done thoir work,
vhero ihoy havo MISMANAGED MONEY of tho poor people who
put thoir trust in thorn. Thoy havo BRIBED LEGISLATORS
AaD' .JUDGES. Wo aro compelled to throw up our hands and say,
WHAT .MONSTERS THESE MEN, BANK PRESIDENTS AND
OTHERS, ARE! Tho trouble, howover, is with ourselves. Wo can
remedy this ovil, for wo can elect persons to offices of trust yes, oven
Tho presidents of great corporations of vast wealth havo both
good and ovil, Look, for instance, at tho character of tho millionaire
or the so calfcd billionniro, It ofton happens that THE MAN WHO
SUCCEEDS LOOKS" DOWN UPON MAN. Ho feels himself, it
seems, a being apart from the mass, his brothers. The man to bo ro
spceted is not tho iqillionairo who looks down on his follow being, but
tho map, T:iE AVERAGE AMERICAN, who loves his wife und
children, his homo, and of whom when dead his friends say, "Ho was a
good man." ,
t K H
Our nation has stood.for LIBERTY, EQUALITY AND JTJS-
of having tho
Logan F. Meado Bowen to.len
nio James; Fr. Lot 6 off of Lot -i,
and the 'a. e. part of Fr. Lot 4, ttt
tuehoil territory to tho Villane;
also In Lot 228, exeunt fl ft. otf
tho weit side; 2000.
Marion Twp Martin Van Bur
en, Prasident of the United State,
to Johu.l'hiliip Ruff; 10.81 a. iu
Keo. 18; by jrant, rocordsd Ma roll
20, 1000, under the Aot of April
Notice of Appointment
Kilate of luUn Kraiiuls, dcoinl. TIih
underiliutrl !itlfii jilii(eiiii( nimll.
nd s ilujlnllrIrlx of tlie oitatu f . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Krnnoli, leie of Hooking t-uunty, ilniti'uiiLit.
Dta tills V5ti,d.Y (ri!iiili A, It. Iuui..
uauy xi.xm- rriANi'jH
Ur. K8w AillnlnUt'ntrH.
Notice of Appointment
ICitnta of Alum Hwrni Infill ilu. Mrd, 't'lu
iniUeriltfuwl lini liren iipomtuil .ml qniill
nl nJinlnUlrslor r inu omtir nf Anun
HMMrlngln, lata of lli-kiijt cuiiiiI). iu.
cmiil. DMn4 llilttl,)lit.vi,f Maruli A. It.
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Removlnn Rust From 8tal.
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j.u uinu)u 1 uo i iiuiu tsieei run . , - vi.
K'tlSr"fo7ubout iffl S'uto ll' rll ,6 to nail.; tack lo hi. hood, Bl.ea.kea Z rw"i "E "N'ZED' THE "-osAL ohoa
in a little onion, cut hue, "";," ",e" r"" v " V0 ll B0" J KCuY A T1
iwav in a cold nhee to form I6""101" u"d sprinkle with finely now- Jll llal without hesitating a
iwaj m a cow pi,ce to lorin .ered uaUaeil ,mg uutU wcond aiwweral . .0 Beyouf
Notloo To r.hhlnr.s,
fttlfU priiPO'll !! lH' ll'i'HlVkMl lit lllH
Omi-eiif ttm Opmil v CommW.tiUiOix, ut f.o
Kail, Ii eWlilKcouiity, Oliu., 'illl
APRIL 1.4th, iguO,
until i:ti.iu..r iii out. ut fnini.jiin
the iniilt'rliilK hihI hhiIVh inlny r 1, , i uusniiry
mijur 111 imiuiiiiK ii" riMllilA I'outt lloiljii.
rimin, 'iinrnii!iik, una iiiuh,
liiMy Imiu'mm di itii'('.(iinuli,i; -r
lllU,,f I'.ljlltll I,
II v Dnlur of (liiu .it 1' imiiiuiii 11
IAM:H I. AIAIS'I'IN',
Moll. iV vw Ulu f- Aiillitnr.
and set awav
Notloo of Apiiiliitiiout
THE WONDERFUL QENERAL8HIP IE HOW THE GREAT POWER8
MIDDLEMAN, THE SMALL PRODUCER. AND THEY DO NOT OIVE
THE YOUNG MAN THE OPPORTUNITY TO STAND ON HIS FEET Tl".'.'.'.'.'..', j,' :,Mi:;t'' (l!:.",V"..7 ,u.",i .'aViuJi
OR DEVELOP HIS OWN .CHARACTER THAT HE HAD YEARS AGO. l$!'T.i i,l? ,'. Il ''I'". ','"" ,f ""
THIS S DUE TO A LARGE- EXTENT TO CORPORATIONS. , ,Jfl",,,t '"" :'.,'" V .''' .' J'ri"" ""mm
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