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Ingoo linH hundreds of Honio
Testimonials. Sold liy Itort .V Co.
nt fiOo per bottle
Cltnuo Wonn, or Union Furnnoc,
waR In Logan on business, Tuesday.
Mi FMi-tlr Fimir.V, of rnst1
Liverpool, Ohio, is spending u
week nt tiet home here.
.Itidgo Coultrap, of MoArthur,
oollod on friends nml ncqunntnnco
In Lognn Inst Thursday.
Mi, und Mth. Gordon W'llllnin-
nil if mil L I I I turn ni',HUWM;"".i'f Hf M'WM1
Wilitum ll.islon. of Km hlcl. , Mi . Phil l " .tntnsii li.i- m.np
spent last Thursday and Friday In ird the tlnuicr property on Wet
Mr. Gogrgo Toung, of Straits
vllle, was a business visitor In
Logan one day last week.
dm don Heels from tho moHt
son visited relnttvoB In Laurolvlllo ronblo yroworf, mA j )U. ,,y
from Frldny till Monday. nrt A, (!o
AVilttnm Palmer and wifo of
(Jhtllcootho nro visiting Ills father
Borts. The Big Drug nnd Hook
Mr Tom Hues of Chilleoothe
spout, three days last week in Lo-
TiHlKtf K. P. MarthiviHited his n" 'ctumlng on Saturday.
rarni in Marion Township, Tucs- .1. W. Gabriel spoilt Thursday
MJhsch Nan und Kato MoBridc
nre sponding a few days in Oolum-bus.
Mrs. George Williamson enter
tained a small party of friends
with pedro, Thursday evening,
three tables being occupied.
Lunch was served after curds.
Among other musical selections,
the guests listened to some excel
lent vocal work by the two color
ed prisoners now residing with
The ladies of the Social Circle
mot on Thursday afternoon, March
2ft, nt the home of Mrs. M. II.
Cherrington. The progrniu for
the mooting consisted of four
novel and interesting contests that
occasioned spirited competition.
Prizes were awarded Mrs. James
Rochester, who won two, Mrs.
Walter Ikcker, nnd Mrs. Ed.
Tritscli. Elegant refreshments
followed tho contests. The visit
ing guests for tho nfternoon wero'
the hostess' mother, Mrs. Wilcox,
of Columbus, Mrs. Sawyer, of
Lancaster, tho Misses Hall, Miss
Zella Schwcnko, and Mosdamcn
James L. Martin, Ilnrry Kirker,
George Gladmnn and II. It. Har
The MissoB McCrny entertained
the Junia' Club at thcr regular
meeting, Monday evening. The
program comprised voll-call
American Development Since 177(5
a paper by Miss Bird White, on
The Trolley System, and another
by Miss Blasius on Ocean Steam
ers. MiBs White's papor ws in
torestingly original, being entirely
in rhyme. Miss Blasius supple
mented her contribution with re
marks on her poreonal experience
on steamers during a trip to Ger
many. Tho guests of the club wero
Miss Coultrap, of Athens, Mrs.
Warren Bright, of Wellston, and
Miss Idino McCarthy. Miss Estelle
Finney, who is at homo for the
weok, was also a welcome member.
The next meeting is with Mrs.
Blasius, on April 10. Miss Kvu
llne Harrington expects to be host
ess of the club for a day in Colum
Miss Emma Floyd visited frlondi
in Lancaster last week.
Mr. Peter Horn, of Athens, was
a Logan visitor yesterday.
Mfs G. W. Beem has returned
from a weeks visit in Indianapolis.
Mr. Karn Ferguson wus in Lo
gan over Sunday.
John Ilobnck, of Lancnstor, was
in Lognn on business, Monday.
Ingoo cures Catarrh. Bort it
Mr. William Morrison, of Car
bonhill, was a business visitor hero
, Miss Frio d a Coultrap, of
AtheiiH, wns tho guest of Miss
Idino McCarthy over Sunday.
Charley Hartmann, of Oreville,
was at Logan, Saturday, on business.
oud Friday in Now Klraitsvllle
Miss Eva Ilyintt 5b the guest of
rolatives in Columbus this week.
Purchase your colored eggs at
the Easter Sale at Mrs. Lytles.
Don't forget the Mnecabeo din
ner at Bed Mens hall on April 18.
Mr J. F. Rohrer was in New
ark, Saturday, on business.
Ward Kontner, of Vinton, is
spending tho week nt Logan.
Phil Wolf, of Oreville, wns a
Logan visitor Saturday.
Miss Mary McBride was in Col
umbus, Monday and Tuosdny.
Fred Ambrose, of Nelsonvillo,
wns in Logan over Sunday.
Ingoo, the l.cst Spring Tonic.
Bort & Co.
Tho Women's Foreign Mission
ary Society mot Tuesday afternoon
at the homo of Mrs. Olivor'Brooko.
The monthly meeting of tho
Eutorpeans was held Tuesday
evening, nt the residence of Mrs.
C. E, Bowon. An interesting nnd
vuried program was rendered,
after whioh the annual election of
floors took pluco. Tho olllcors
ohoaen were: President, Mrs. II.
L. Wright; Vice President, Miss
Lutz; Secretary, Miss Sodio Mc
Oray; Treasurer, Miss Cornelia
Mm. Wnrron Bright, of Wolls
tou, Mr, and Mrs. J, D. Sander
son, Miss Ruth Henderson, and
Mr. Irving Krieg wero guests for
Mm. John P. Whito entertained
the Little Six with oiichro and
lunch, Saturday evening. Mrs.
A, L. Hyaon was a guest,
Mr, Lewis G, Frnsoh and Miss
Minnio Kleinsohmidt, daughtor of
Mr. and Mrs, Georgo Klein
eol.midt, were united in ninrringo
last night, at nine tVolock, by
Rev, E. G, Spoehr, They will re
side in their handsome homo at
the corner of Walnut and Hunter
streets, where the ceremony wns
Mrs, Herbert Sanderson, of
Pittsburgh, Pa., is tho guest of
her parenra, Mr. and Mrs, Frank
Mr. Chris Pabst of Columbus,
was in Logan on business Tuesday.
Mr. Wca Hicks of Ward Town
ship, was a Logon visitor Friday.
0. T. Stephenson spent Sunday
with relatives at Straitsville.
John Slisher, of Lancaster,
called on relatives nnd friendi
Miss Min.net tn McCray nnd Mrs.
J. E. Frnsch were Lnncastqr visit
Mr. Lawrence Yorges lias re
turned from a visit with hi father
at Upper Sandusky.
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Mis1 Liazio Jones of Murrey
City was the guat of Mr. and
Mrs. .1. J. Kinser Sunday night.
Mr. George W. Harsh of Marys
villc was a Logan visitor several
days last week.
MIbb Kuto Thompson and Mr.
Krtwin Thomppoii, of Haydenvillo,
wore ntnong the Logan visitor
Misses Josephine Henderson and
Myrtle Morgan were guonts of
Main street vacated by MUfl Mol
Miss Ltllio Wright of tho Ohio
Wesleynu hns pent u week's vac
ation at her homo bote mid returns
The Mifboh Stonahurner, of
Nolsonvllle returned home last
Thursday night after a abort vIMt.
with tho Misses Bort.
ury Society will hold an Easter
Btila consisting of Cakes and color
ed Eggs.ot the home of Mrs. Kate
Lyllo Saturday afternoon April
MIms Lucy Bowen has spout the
last week at home returning yes
terday to Oxfoid whore mIip grad-
Mrs. Rbcinsohlld, nt. tho Reuipel I tek this spring.
Farm, over Sunday.
MIsb Kflle McGuire was in Col
umbus Monday and Tuesday on
MIbh Evnlino Harrington is vIh
Itlng her paronta, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Harrington, in Columbus,
during the vacation.
Miss Sadie MoCroy has returned
trom Somerset, where she wns the
guest of her sister, Mrs. M. S.
Pond, for two weeks.
Clarence Stracke, firoman on
tho Big Four, is at home for a
vacation after over a year's ab
Mr. and Mrs. II. Q. Wnsson, of
Columbus, visited relatives in
Mrs. F. F. Rumpel and Mr. F.
A. Koppe, are business visitors in
Mr. Josic Rochester is ngnin
able to be out, after a severe and
extended attack of rheumatism.
Mis8 Goldie and Frieda McMor
row of Lnncaster visited their par
ents here Sunday.
Messrs. Bruce Wells and Jems
Stalter of Nelsonvillo spent Sun
day evening in Logan.
Miss Mary Riff is the guest this
week of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith,
of G lousier.
Mrs. Dora Harper, of Murray
City, spent lust week with rela
tives in Logan.
Mrs. Elizabeth Dennis nnd
daughter Helen, of Sugar Grove,
spent Sunday with relative- in
Mtb. Elizabeth JncobB, of Vin
ton, moved to Logan, Saturday,
where she will conduct a bonrding
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. F. Ambrose,
Messrs. Lon Naile, Walter Doebclo,
John F. White and Scott Brad
dock were among the visitors to
Columbus last Friday, to see "The
County Chairman," at the South
Mr. Harry Armstrong a student
at Ohio Wesleyau spent the last
week hero visiting his parents, C.
P. Armstrong and wife.
Married by Rev. J. T. William
at his residence in Lognn, March
118, 1000, Mr. William A. Earth
low and Miss Lillie 1. Graham.
Both of neur Logan.
Mrs. Charles R. Wilson, Mrs.
Tenney, and Miss Minuetta Mc
Cray will loavc here Monday to
attend the meeting of the Women's
Home and Foreign Missionary
Society of the Athens Presbytery,
Mr. and Mrs. John Wol'man
will occupy the cottage of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Bright on Glen
View Heights during the absence
of the latter in England.
Mr. P. D. Sloan of Canal Win
fbestfer, Ex-Becorder of Hocking
County was in Logan Thursday
night returning from n business
trip south of here.
Fresh, reliable garden
seeds in bulk at Case's
At Case's storo you al
ways got roliablo garden
seeds at lowest prices.
Mr. Vern Campbell Is the guest
of hi'i parents Mr, nnd Mrs John
Campbell. He arrived Friday
fiom IndliMiapolis where he has
been employed for several yenrs.
Mr. aud Mm. Charles Itreen
hfv vacated the KpsUr house on
not III market, and moved Monday
in the newly completed cottage of
Mr. Drew on East Hunter.
Spring is coming and
you will want fresh gar
den seeds. You can get
the best at Case's store
The lirtt catch of fish for ihiei
season was made Tuesday morn
ing, by Carl and Rudolph Rrandt,
at Rempel's Pond. They brought
home a string of thirty-seven cat
fish. Mr. Ralph Edmiston and sou
Joe, of Charleston, were guests of
friends here, Friday nnd Saturday,
and were accompanied home by
Mrs. J. .J. Snider, who will remain
there for two weeks.
Judge (). W. II . Wright made
an address at Athens, Monday, at
the occasion of the labor day an
niversary celebration. General
Grosvenor und other prominent
speakers were also present. There
wns a crowd uBtiuinted at 10,000,
and several brass bands, including
one composed of ladies. It was a
big da for Athens.
& "The Home Beautiful
Mr. Lew Pursell, after a week's
yacntion at home, returned to
Athens on Monday.
Mr. Georgo Lehman, of Rock
bridge, was culling on friends
For delicious pies und cukes,
call on Mrs. Lucius Wright, Log
an, O. 'Phone 813.
Ferd Hack, of Union Furnace,
was u Logan visitor, Wednesday
The famous Ciescont Club, of
Logan, will entertain visitors Sun
day. Good music in attendance.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Dollison and
child were visitors in Vinton Sun
day. Real modicine, best results, enpy
to take, Iugoo tho Great Blood
nnd Liver Tonic. Bort it Co.
The mention of ono suggests the need- of the other. All nittim- 1i:ts awakened to
life; soon the hultereups and daisies will he poshing their little heads for the sun's
kisses Nature hns thrown oft' her mantle of lethargy and all thing-' seem new. But
now about "THE ROJMft." Oh! there are so many things needed and spring-time has showed the necessity. We thought of these needs long
long ago, while yet tho fluttering white and frozen ground held all nature in its grasp. We provided abundantly and well for your spring needs,
and now to Qpen ie Season With a Benefit to Every Housekeeper We Announce the Following Unparalled
Mr. J. B. Riason, Mayor of
Lutirelville, ox-probate Judge, wap
in Logan tins week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A Chatliold, of
Murray City, wore business callers
hero on Tuosdny.
Mr. IJd, Myers and sister Ella,
spent Sunday with friends and
relatives in Columbus.
Miss Alma Hull returned to Ohio
Univorsity, Monday ovening, nftor
a weeks vacation.
Evorybody wants good Garden
Soods. Reliable seeds Fold by
Bort it Co.
Mrs. T. J. Shannon Is the guoet
of Mrs. John Kinnoy, of Colum
bus, for n few days.
Mrs. Wnrron Bright returned to
Wollston today, after visiting
rolntivcB hero since Sunday,
Misa Luoy Krieg spont sovoral
days laHt weok witli relatives in
Mrs. W. V, EiBelo and son Joe,
will visit friends in Columbus tho
latter part of this week,
Miss Agnes Whito attended tho
dance nt Union Furnace, Saturday
Miss Gertruih Tracy is spend
ing (Ida weok with rolatlvos in
i) by 12 Axminster Rugs $'.r) yalnes at $19.00
0 by 12 Tapestry Rugs $113 values at $13.00
0 by 12 Ingrain Art Squares, all shades, .fl.nO values at S.'i.SO
Ilnndsoiiie paileniH, yard wide, Ingrain Carpet "i, 2.re quality at 10c
Ingrain wool mixed Carpet, exclusive pattorns, flt'io quality at ;"Oc
Finest grade all wool Ingrain Carpets at per yard Gac
Tapestry, Brussels Carpets, at per yard Hoc
HO by 72 Moquot Rugs $3.75 valuos at S2.95 Velvet, Brussels Carpets, best quality, at per yard $1,.00
2? by 01 Moquot Huge $2.25 values at . $1 .0.1 Best grade AxmhiBtcr Carpets, nothing bettor mnde, at per yard $1.00
Now wo have made a hriof, simplo statement of these hargains without any attempt elaboration or exaggeration. Just the plain, cold un
varnished facts, but remember our atl.s are verbal contracts with Hie people, and when you come here you'll find the goods just as advertised.
You undrstand what wo moan. Tho housekeepers confidence in this storo is the pivotal center of our success in these lines.
China and Jap Mattings.
Extin fine quality, Hoc grado at ?i."!
Oil Cloths, hardwood ofl'ccls, tl()c quality -. in
Beautiful patterns suggestive of oriental beauty and quality, new
goods, nowdosigns, at our-tailed prices.
Nottingham Curtains, per pair 1.00 to $'1.00
Fino cable not Curtains, per pair $2.00 to $.f.00
Two tone colored Cu'tains, reduced from $8. 30 to gift 50
A very handsome lino of Lace Curtains !U ynrds longjOO inchoR
wide, special price, per pair $ 1 00
Vou'vo been planning and worrying about now curtains for your windows, and wondering how in tho world you
could afford now ones. Woll! Wo'vo mado it possible, and tho opportunity is horo right on tho "KDOK of NKKO
TIMH" but romomber this is a store that stands "SHOULDER to SHOULDKU" with your needs, tho portals of op
portunity wero novor opened wider than thoy uro today und then with all tho advantages of QUALITY ANP LOW
PU1CKS thoro is that fooling of genuine satisfaction thnt accompanies ouch purchnso hero, so essontial in nil bonofiolnl
Wo advertise the truth and the truth advertises us, "We nover load a cannon to kill a fly." We are shouting because we
have something to shout about. But hurry along and get here, the sooner the better for your pocketbook.
Dry Goods Store.
THE THURNESS-WRIGHT COMPANY.
Dry Goods Store