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- Tliu Senior Glass oC the Logan
High Scliool gnvo the nnnual re
ception to tlio -Juniors, lust Friday
ovouing, at this liomn of MIph
.Grace Th urn ess.
iVIra. ft. W. Fink entertained
the Nonamo Club with podro and
lunch TltiUBday evening. Miss
Ada Krleg was prize winner of
the evening u"d recived a shirt
waist pattern. Miss Mabel Rose
wan o club guest.
Mrs. J. B. Lyons entertained
with lllnch Saturday evening in
honpr-of Mrs.. Luke Lehman of
Columbus. The members of the
Nondescript Club, and Mesdames
L. Warner and W. IT. Cowell were
AHis Barbara Bort gave a six
o clock dinner yesterday evening
in honor of her nineteenth ho
I'iversary. The Mia9es Stone
!) i .ier, and Fannie Mulligan of
Nehinvillo wero OJt-of-town
Mis. Moses Strawn wai luiHtess
of tio'1)omcGtic Club last Thurs
dii', . ' Mesdamcn J. C. Morgan I.
.1. I i ndler, Theodore Tritseh Miss
Aluo Smith, and Mrs. Stetson, of
Cincinnati w'sre guests.
Dr. . C. McMunigul was agree
ably surprised, on arriving at liis
homo TAicd.iy evening, to discover
that (.he day was his With anniver
sary, and a . goodly company of
relatives assembled to greet him.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben McMnnigal and
Miss Maude McManigal, of Col
umbus, were among the guests,
who numbered about twenty.
Supper was fccryed by the hostess,
and a pleasant evening spent.
' The Ilaydonvillo Vathfindbrs
wore roynl!y entertained Inst Fri
day evening at the handsome
bachelor apartments of Mr. James
H. Pearley, Vico-I'resident of the
Ilaydonvillo Company, in the com
pany building nt that place. A
banquot prepared by Mr. and Mrs.'
A. L. Hyeon, and comprising a
most elaborate and complete inonii,
was, served in the adjoining club
room, after a very interesting
series of contests' and other amuse
monts. Twleo Flyo Club
Judge and Mrs. 0. W. II.
Wright entertained thojl'wico Five
Club nt their regular mooting,
Monday ev6ning, Bov. Charles
Wilsou and Supt. Silverthorn read
excellent papers on the subject of
tho meeting The Merits and De
merits of Our Common School
System. A number of the Logan
toaibors were invited to be guests
nt uiiH meeting, and tho following
were present: Misses Kate Bowl by,
Nun Mellrido, Kvnlyn Harrington,
I'm ma Westonlmvor, Ida Fiokel,
J---le McManigal,' Mary MoCray,
ll'i'h Brookit and Ktnmu Floyd.
Tli. subjoct was thoroughly sifted
anil disoussed in all its plma s,
mo t of those pre cnt e.vp eslug
tlwir opinioiiH in the matter. Our
Sup) rintowlonr Silverthorn and
Iijh iJilo lorps of touchers were
coiiijiUniontod on thoir ejllclonoy
ami good work. The school-bo k
grail came in for a cioi uiicin tion.
and the law it prosonl governing
the bflioiil Bystuin wero dissected
AJtcr the literary program Mrs.
Wright Hurvod liar guests with u
tnoBt sumptuous supper of sovo
courses, which was. pronounced be
yond ir.je by the company,
Uthtti guests of the club for the
WtTtl J Ull fl "n'lff
veiling wore Mr. and Mrs.' Will
Koynes, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stein-
an, Mr. and Mrs. William KI10I0
d Judge F. I. Martin.
Bow Whiner of Ilaydenville was
in Lognn on Monday.
Mr. John V. Henderson of South
Blooniingvilloflpont Sunday here.
Air. Bobcrt Wolf, of Ilayden
ville was a Logan visitor Monday.
C IS. Wngucr was at his homo
in Gluuster wero Sunday.
Mr. Walter Blossor is working
as day clerk at the Depot Hotel.
Commissioner Fred Wcymuller
was a Columbus visitor Tuesday.
Frank Wolfe, of llaydenyillc
was among the SiUittdny visitors
FOR SALE. A six-room Iioubc,
good condition. Inquire of J. W.
Fresh, reliable garden
seeds in bulk at Case's
Miss Lucy Shorr, of Somerset
was tho guest of Miss Florence
Snider from Friday till Tuesday.
Miss Mattie Slatzer has been ill
for two weeks but is now improv
ing. Spring Millinery that is reliably
correct in style and price. Mrs.
Miss Mario Shotwell of Colum
bus, is tho guest of friends and
relatives hero this week.
Rev, Wright, of Lancaster spent
Monday and Tuesday with IiIr
family in Logan.
Mr. Hayes Finney of Cincinnati
it taking a vacation at his home
Miss Lena Fawcll, of Athens
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kd
George Kinney of Columbus vis
ited his parents a few, days this
Candies, cigars, tobac
cos at the New Opera House
Miss Rose McOourtney who is
,an omplo'e at tho Athens Hospital
visited relatives hero Sunday.
Mrs. Mnry Voris, of Athons was
tho guest of relatives "m Logan
Saturday and Sunday.
At Case's store you al
ways get reliable garden
seeds at lowest prices.
Ladies' do the best in Millinery
at Mrs. McBride's stare. This
spring's creations aro most beauti
ful. Messrs. C. V, Wright and John
K. Canty wero in Rlploy West
Virgina on business a few days
days this week.
Miss Plezza Mauk returned on
Tuesday to Otterbein Universit',
at Westoryillo. Miss Mauk grad
uates this spring.
Mr Noah Nuuemaker of Ottor
boin University spent a few days
vacation at homo returning on
Mrs. George Von Auor will
leave tomorrow for her homo in
Now York, after a visit with her
parents Mr. nd Mrs, 0, C.
Mr., William Stelnbowor and
wile of Columbus, wero guests of
Mr and Mrs. Wilt Snider Satur
da) and Sunday,
Spring is coming and
you will want fresh gar
den seeds. You can get
the best at Case's store'
MIsb Myrtie U. Nixon died of
tuberculosis Tuesday morning at
the homo of her grandmother
Nixon with whom sho lived near
Ewtng. Funeral services wero
condiioted by Rov. T. B, White,
at JKwlng ut 2:00 p, m. Wednesday.
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llorts, The Rig Drug and Hook
Lawrence (Jnnn, of Athens spoilt
Miss Mary McHrlde spent Tiles
day afternoon in Lancaster.
Mr. A. L. Hyson spent WodneH
ilny in Columbus.
Mr. nnTf mYhV Q.7 Wright
wore Lancaster visitors, Friday,
Master Rudolph Brandt spent
Fuiday In Lancaster. x
Rev. Bums of Wellnton wan in
Mr. Clias. Mauk of Ltuiqnriter,
spent Sunday at his home heic.
Mr. Jacob Bray of Chauncy,
was in Logan Tusday.
L. 0. Bort was the guest of his
brother Will, of Nelson ville, Sun
day. lagoo has hundreds of Home
Testimonials. Sold by Bort A Co.
at i50c per bottle
Mr. Lash Miller of Orooksville
visited Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hyson,
Mr. Frank Bauch of Nelsonvilh)
was a visitor with Logan friends
Paints, brushes, varnish
es, enamels. We have
them. Opera House drug
Mr. Joshua Poling of Orbiston,
was a business visitor in Logan
Tuesday night and Wednesday.
Real medicine, best results, easy
to tnko, lagoo the Great Blood
and Liver Tonic. Bort tr Co.
Mr. Si Hansle' has given up his
Job in Lancaster and returned
homo Inst Saturday.
Miss Hattie Tritseh was dt tinn
ed from her work a few days last
week by illinoss.
Mrs. J. Wilcox, of Columbus, is
the guest of her daughter Mis.
M. II. Cherrington this week.
Judge S. II. Bright w a s
in Lancaster and Columbus oil
husinoss last week.
Mr. Low I'nrsoll, of Athens, is
spending a week's vacation at
Everybody wants good Garden
Seeds. Reliable seeds wild by
Bort Si Co.
lagoo, the Best Spring Tonic.
Bort & Co.
Mrs. Mnry Stat Ier and family
removed their residence last week
to Somerset. Her .ton, John
Slntler and family have also gone
to that city.
Purity and accuracy our
motto. New Opera House
FOR RENT A six room house
on lluntor street. Enquire of G.
C. Foik. Zunosville, 0.
lagoo cures Catarrh. Bort He
Mr. Eph Sh'aw of Carbon Hill
was in Logan on business this
Mr. J. I'. Canty, of Huntington
West Virgina spent Sunday at his
Gcorgo Martin took advantage
of the excursion and spent Sunday
A DE LAVAL croam separator
will save you from 10 to if IB. per
cow each yoar of uso over all grav
ity betting systems, and from $3
to .15 per cow over all other sepa
rators. A, N, Rill', Agt,, Logan,
Mr, and Mrs. J, 1, West of
Westervillo, are guests cf J. B.
West and wife this week. Mr,
West is Superintendent of the
Westervillo Public Schools.
Mr, C. R, Montgomery tho
lnundryman, has taken tho
agency for Wyman's Steam
Oye and Dry Cleaning Works
nt Lancaster, Ohio.
Ladies' and gents garments
cleaned and dyed, Our work
is equal to the best, Leave
your work with Mr, Mont
uomery and we will do tho
ol'r fashion letter;
A Marked Revival of Polonajse
and Tunic Effects.
No vokks on Tin: ni:v sinitm
TIip Sfiimiii'M lli. An- I.llir (lie
HLIrln I'oui'iniiliMir mill I'prnliui llc-
Ittna Still I'liiiulnr In Slll.: .Sum
mer Culum Will lie Quiet III Time.
In tlio slieiH' sklt'M coiwlilenililu full
JiiMi Is left "Veil In the tnji part, wliloli
H put 1ntu (lie u'tiHtlmiiil In tiny tiK'ks
or pliiltx. The shlrii.wt or corded yo);i!
Is seldom semi, Such a ,voko or deep
plultM were iinivtlenll.r neivwaryon the
full sd:tilM of Inst your, but the elreillur
cut Ji!i iintiieil this, and the iUt
fullness s not too jeredt to lie udjlisled
In less awkward ways.
This neasuii most of the belts on
elutb dresses uie tniide of tuu same tuu.
crrixA sii.k ni.onsH.
terhil as the sUlft mid arc oltlier trhn
incd with a narrow touch or color ;it
the top or embroidered in a very simple
The newest motoring gloves nre be
ing fashioned with duttiohublu gaunt
lets, the latter usually lined with :i
contrasting shadu and rcaclitnt; to or
above the elbow.
A new arrangement for the neck is a
"tab" collar. A curved band of ribbon
edged with niching forms the slock.
In front Is n tab mado of thuv loops of
the ribbon, one over tho other and each
one about two inches longer than tlio
one above. These collars are of rich
plaid and dark coloied ribbons two
Inches wido and make a smart finish
to the shirt waist.
Itadliim .silks in pompadour and 1'er
Hhm designs aro among the loveliest of
the dross materials and will be used
for many of rho smartest eercmonlniw
day and evening toilets of the season.
The blouse In the out Is rnshloned
from white china silk. A shirred yoke
ending in turned back revers and pom
padour bows drawn through gold buc
kles are features of tlil.s pretty design.
OLD TIME CHAPEAUX.
Popular though the miishioom hut
was last season it is i)iilti; as much In
evidence this spring l'aris Is enamor
ed of the mushroom shape and Is vary
ing It with high crowns and low, nar
row brims and wide, makljig It with
feathers or wreathing it with flowers.
It was thought at llr.st to be a Juvenile
Idea, but it is now considered Immense
ly becoming to every age of woman
kind. The dainty Dolly Vnrden hat has
been levhed minus its strings that tied
so fO(iiettishly under the chin. The
hriiu of this fascinating hat Is pointed
lu the center of the from, which gle-
iiLAfu snuw fur,
It a saucy upward till. Tim back turns
up and Is nilcil hi wiih ribbon or Mow
ers. Tim French sailor Is wiih us again,
anil the latest dewlopuiciil Is anything
hut attraethe. It has a high crown and
very narrow brim and what trimming
there Is Is arranged heiieuih and above
the brim on the el't side,
On many of Ihe best French model
hats tlm crowns nre eiithely iiatrlm
Hied, the adornment being placed at
.Small hats will bu the accepted cult
for early spring wear with tailored
towns, hut later on larger alfalfa will
be tho correct caper,
Ospreys have never become common
aud are not likely to 011 account of the
The Logan yard orew made it
trip to Strnitsville Saturday with
a train of empty eiml cais,
Ron Cooper, an employee of
Snidor Mfg. Co,, was severely in
Jured last Friday,
FOlt SALKOtie rubber tiro top.
buggy: nearly now, will sell ut u
bargain, George Rrookor, Logan,
enormous prlis milliners nre asking
for handsome etnitiples.
The teujbrocitti Imr seen ut the lllus
tratlon M of black teal straw. The
brim Is meed with shlrint tulle. A.
White ostrich aiglet, nspioy aud tullo
rosette trim the top of the hat.
NATTY SERGE SUIT.
The rage for the polonaise ami tunic
effects seems to ho very much on the
InetoaRo. An early Victorian polonaise
ilno.s not .sound 11 pretty thing, but
when treated by skillful hands It lins a
style of It own. The ncwet effect
11r.fr. SEi;ni: oowx.
nre rucked at the waM and lifted lath
J or high at the hade like a baud, the
, ends falling lu points over the under
t);lrt. liiittous. loo, form an important
feat are lu tho construction of the polo-
! nalse-biiltoiis at tliu back, buttons lu
I front ami lu all the most unlikely
I Long dircclohu coats in checked ma
terials Mulshed with velvet collars and
a number of buttons, woiu over plain,
sweeping .skirl:, are to lie seen among
I the new tailor uiades. linilds and
gimps are being tremendously used,
dyed to match tlm new cloths.
I Spanish laces are already exlieineJy
x fashionable, especially when enriched
by darned designs lu gold and colored
j Siinie of Ihti corselet skirts are bu-luj:
made with more tullnes.s ut the feel,
and bands or satiu and velvet aro favor
ite trimmings (.nialut ball fringes am
also reminiscences of the Victorian era
When Mieeesxtully ft cited sume of
these trimmings stiike u pleasing as
well as u novel note, but merely ohron
ieled they do not hound attractive.
Tlio natty little costume pictured is
of blue serge fancifully trimmed with
stitched bands nnd small metal but
tons. Tho shoi t coat has a waistcoat
of cream white cloth. The girdle, coat
vollur and cuffs are of black velvet.
AMERICAN SILKS POPULAR.
The .spring mid summer colors piom
Ise to be cool and quiet in tone. The
grays, ma lives, soft yellows and shade
of blue are not nearly so consplruoiiii
as they weie last reason
It will be u gie.it .silk year, and
American H ea os uro quite to the foro
IITiACi: Tll(,I,K KVUSr.MI IlODlrK.
Those silks have little dressing nnd
rival the Kuropciiu weaves lu beauty
of li.'Muic. The lil.l.ilis arc the mott
popular amom; the iniiuy vailelles.
Luce bnicclcib are a fad thai has
reached us fioiii Ihe other lde. They
are worn alone or with dog collars to
iiiutch. Aioiiud a low or Dutch neck
these collars are very fetching.
Another extreme notion Is llmt of
pttliithig portraits on the linger nails.
And the craze, for all sorts of beads,
buttons and chains would set a scien
tist lo wondering' whether the savugn
In.-lliicl was not maulfottug itself lu
the feminine portion of the civilized
downs for afternoon me almost
wllliout uu'cpliou made with long
sl.ii la, and both skirts and jackets uie
.,l,i 1 tn pn I Ale 1 .miiiil
j Tlm new girdles are mi tho order of u
swIss licit aud ate very often maito of
I Hiedo, studded with bends.
The evening bodice illustrated Is of
bind; tullo sniped with Hues of black
velvet ribbon 11 nil Insertions of white
luce, Velvet hows diminishing lu sUt
toward the waist adorn tho front.
Mlfls Mary Joacpliluo Wright
spont Krldny and Saturday in Col-
Mr, nnd MrH, Wnde Iltitin visit
ed relatlvcB In Cnlmubus last week
returning Sunday evening,
The home talent company that
'that played "Irene' were banquet
ed in a qmot away by the manage
jmetit last Thursdny evenlni;.
iy y n
Make Fair Offer.
There has been much specula
tion and hope that the County
Commissioners atid thcTritslaesol
Green township would get together
on the proposition of Improving
the road from Logan to the Ma
Jflnney hill. Thij is n public
benefit and not a personal matter
as iQiue might stippoie. Thous
ands of dollars are cut on" eVcsry
year from our day hanleis, thence
from our town and community, by
their not being able to haul over
the impmsnble roads. The mntter
was aired before the County Com-ini-hioner
and that board made a
proposition lo furnish .'. till to
every 1.00 furnished by (irecn
township to pike thai road, (iiccii
township has about '1700.00 in
their road fund and the Trustees
will surely see their way clear to
accept this proposition. Tbcr
Logan Clay Product Co. agree to
furnish tho drain tile for the road
free. Let's gel together and
build the road.
The Name Fits the Article.
nappy 1 i.otigiu i. a queer
name td give u toimcco, but those
who have tihcd the brand fay that1
no other name could he found that
io accurately describe." the admir
able qualities of the new ribbon
cut chewing tobacco. Ills model
of tho lotm leaves of tobacco, iust
as they come from the field, and ii
scrupulously clean. More-over it
is put up iu larger package than
you can usually get for the money
and costs only a nickle. Happy
Thonfth', is a new brand of tobacoo
recently placed on .sole in this, city,
The tobacconists who handle it
declare that it has already
many friends among men who ap
predate good tobacco. "Jerry,
the Jinglcr," 81139:
"lls lot pilreulul plircUli HitVi.il
X r tiMMtioug (ml 11I k In II firoi."
Family Pumpus Nears Ser
Will Cook, the son of Zura Cook,
married into tho Kitchen family,
and Home trouble arising between
the young married folks, the wife
has taken their child and gout to
the home of her father, Finn
Kitchen. Saturday night Zara
Cock went after hit- grandchild al
the Kitchen home, when a free-for-all
was startod in which Cook
tilmost lost hi- life. He wax boat
up scandulotin, and for a few days
it was believed he would not re
cover, hut ut this time he in bet
ter. No wanantM have been
1. c. t. y.
Mies Jeanetto Fuller, of Aiutin
berg, Ohio, State Organizer for
the Woman's Christian Temper
a nee Union, addressed an untiAiial
13 large audience at a union meet
ing iu tho Preshyturlan Churoli
hore Sunday night, on the Union
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wm I D0 ,T j&iYouRsELF! SI
h'? il Hpr Rrlghten up your II
Ih 1 Mptm "Ul,,e witM
Wmii 7 iKByS ii
MrJMiifclJh. . Ijy ,'householo ucquer hi
Ml'Lv 7l,JBiBtg, iiLLBMKf 1 11 iiiiium JM
Wk . AW ilEiiLS"11" ""Tininlr mil
MI f ra
vitl Its work in the itMiiperatice te
At the conclusion of the Service,
and after the congregation wns
dismissed, n uumber of the ladles
remained to tnko up tho work of
organizing u local pociety, The
requisite number or signature
vvub oiitsincd, and the following
olIieeM were cIiohoiI: Mr., Ida Ma
thlap, President; Mrs. Charles
Wilson, First Vice: Mm. Sarah
Stallsmith, Second Vice; Miss
Mauk, Thlid Vice; Mrs. Ira .1.
Lindley, Recording rieciernry;
Mrs. Kd. Kiidehniigh. Correspond
ing Secret n rj
M'ANTED Traveling S a I a m
num. Must furnish referencei
and invest .lOOO In titt class 6fe
bonds. Salary and expenses paid.
Experience rmt required, we teach
business t our milk, The Wheel
ing Rooting nnd Cornice Company,
Wheeling, W. Va. Mch. i'J Ow'
Judge Martin, of th Common
PleiiB Court, on Monday eonllrmcd
the sale oT lands in Green Town
ihip that were the subject of pnr
tition proceeding!! in the case of
RickettH vs Floyd et al, last term.
The land was snltl on Saturday,
March 17, to Robert Wolf, of Ilay
denville, for .fulfil).
Mr. and Mrs, Kd. Zonneis and
little daughter, Mr. and Mr.s. Snm
Ilighley, and air. Hurley Kuhn, of
NeUonville, took dinner with Mrs.
L. Kuhn and daughter Klla, lawt
jMr. Ilubei. Lny.shon, of Ts'el
sonvllle. wan the rrtioM of Mm. T.
, Leyslmn, Monday.
President Roosevelt Con
demns the Howler.
Washington, D. ('. March 24.
President Roosevelt is telling
his friends that he considers the
present llnod of reckless abue?,
with which tho magazines are
filled, a menace to the cause ol
real reform. "In every thief
chase," hiiid Mr. Roosevelt to a
man who called on him, "there is
ono mNii to be dreaded. He is the
man who rihos a hue- and cry af
ter the wrong man. He makes it
possible for the real culprit to es
cape. He ib as bad us thief. 1
think he is a littlewom;.
"Ho trips up honest men in try
ing to catch the thieve and he
pospes as an honest innn pursuing
tho thief. lie is as bad as the
thief, and in addition he is a liar.
"Just now there am a lot of
people who are iu a way to do
tho case of real tefortn great harm,
they am tho people who nre in
dulging in wholesale denunction ;
because thore 111113 be dishonest
men in congress tliey doiiounca a
a whole; because some rich men
are selfish thc3 denounce all rich
men; because some railroad men
are grasping, they donounco all
railroadf.. "The caso of reform,
in ever3 movement has to dread
the extremists. At this timo the
greatost danger railway regulation
opposition to corrupt machines,
graft, reckless finance or any of
the other needed reforms, is the
wholcsa'c and unmitigated denun
ciation which certain self-constituted
revenlers aro assuming to set
forth In certain mngazlno publica
tions. "They do not discriminate be
tween honest man and the rascal.
Thoy mako it hard to cntoh the
rasoal and thoy mako it hard for
a man to bo honest. What reform
needs now as all times, is sanity
If your Furnjture, Woodwork
or Floors are old, faded, soiled
WORK A TRANSFORMATION.
FOR SALE BY