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Mrfl, J. B. FJlison was hostess of
the Sooinl Circlo on Wednesday
nftornoon, May 2. Throe contest
were given, nil of which excited
some keen and interesting competi
tion. In the first the prize, a china
salt and peppor, was won by Sirs.
W. F. Eisele; intlio second, Mrs.
Ed, Tritsoh 'took firHt honor, and
rocoivod a pretty mayonnaise set ;
Mrs. James Rochester won tho
third, in which the prize was a
half-dozen butter pads. Mrs. Will
Huls was awarded tho consolation
prize, a mush and milk or hasty
pudding set. Dainty refreshments
were served after the contests.
Mrs Harry Kirker, Miss May, Kir
ker, and Mrs. J. J. Snider were
at the club for the after-
Miss Blanche Stroup gave an
"onion party," last Thursday eve
ning, at which the following were
guests, Misses Sophia and Mary
Smith, Virginia Woldy, Lou Park
er, Eflle McGuire, and Mabel Mil
ler, and Messrs Tod Stedeni, John
Allen, and Honry Ucker. Bread
and butter and now onions consti
tuled the principal item of the
nro since. . Last Tuesday was
t Bitch a day ns that nf the
igliml wedding, and nil living
wore mioHti on that occasion
o present at. thi, to shrike hands
congratulate tho aged couple.
Woiland , of New Lexington,
and Mis. John Stcdom, of Logan,
the only living brother and sister of
Mrs. Fox, wore there; and Uncle
Jacob Ko. of the West' End, the
only surviving brother of John For.
Eight children and twenty-nine
grand-children attended, including
George, Jacob, Paul, Lawrence and
Will Fox, and thoir famllie. all of
Logan ; Mrs. Emma Wilson and
Mrs. Barbara Beaver and families,
of Now, Lexington; and a numerous
gathering of other friends. A
sumptuous old-time dinner was
spread, to which all the clients did
substantial jutice, and the day was
punned in mutual and sincere con
grntulntion and reminiscence of the
years that have been spent in that
early abiding place of tin family,
Mr. and Mrs. Fox are, respectively,
seventy-four and seventy-sir years
Mrs. George Krisbaum Is suH'cr
ing with an attack of bronchitis.
Kd. Kbcrst spent Sunday in
Dr. Furnins, of Columbus, visited
liia wifo here Sunday.
0. J. Wagnor spent Sttnduy with
relatives in Gloustor.
Ed. Risley, of Columbus, spent
Mr. A. h. O'Neil, of Starr, was
in Logan on business, Monday.
Mr. Honry Flsmor, of Lancaster,
visited relatives in Logan, Sunday.
Mr. George Eisz is taking treat
ment in Columbia.
Judge J. B. Itiason, now mayor
of Laurolville, is attending court
here this week.
On Saturday evening, at the
Methodist Parsonage, Miss Bello
Shaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Shaw, and Mr. Ed. Ohlin
ger, of Cleveland, were (juietly un
ited in marriage, Rev. White olli
ciuling. The couple loft on the
following evening for their future
home in Cleveland. Mr. Ohlinger
is employed as brakeman in the
Lake Shore yard at that City. IIo
is a brother of Mr. John Ohlinger,
of Logan1. The friends of the
couple in Logan, to whom the wed
ding was somowhat of a surprise,
unite in their congratulations.
Mrs. Jane Kuhn entertained at
dinner, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. T.
A. Highley, of Decatur, Illinois,
Mrs. John Kuhn, of Lancaster, and
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Highley.
A Delightful Evening-
The former neighbors and
friends of Mrs. Littlojohn, on
Hunter St., gave her a most com
plete surprise on last Wednesday
evening by gathering at her homo.
Mrs. Littlojohn is a lady held in
most high eBtoeni by all her former
neighbors that surrounded her
whore she lived in tho James prop
erty for over four yours, Those
present were: Mesdames Ed.
Rochester and children, Bort ICnglo
and sou, Norwood, Will Hoft and
children, Henry Jamos and chil
dren, C. E. Brehm and ohildron,
Rcddick, Fred Koppe and children,
George Krlshbauni, anil Gus
Heine, and Misses Ruth and Nancy
The evening was spout in social
conversation until about tt o'olook,
when Miss Stella assisted by Mes
dames Rochester, Krishbuum, and
Heino, served an ologint two
course supper aftor which the re
mainder oi tho evening was spont
in vocal and instrumental imuio
and at a late hour the guests de
parted wishing that they might be
permitted to spend many more
such evonings at Mrs. Littlejohn's
On Tuesduy, May 8, tho ohlldrpii
and grand children of Mr. and Mis,
John Fox, of Marion Township,
gathered in force at tho old home
near Mount Tabor, wheiu tho couple
have Hvoil oyer sixty yours, to cole
ilrMe their Golden Wedding, Mr.
and Mrs, Fox were married at that
place May P, 1JJS0, ajul Imvp lived
A Charming Card Party.
.Mrs. Beom and Miss White enter
tained in a most delightful manner
with cards on Tuesday last. There
were ten tables and euchre was the
game of the evening. The prizes
wore exceptionally handsome. Mrs.
Adam Lntz won the head prize;
Mrs. Phil Rochester the second,
and Mrs. Donovan the thitd. Af
ter the game a delicious supper ws
served. Miss Lizzie Rem pel and
Miss Collins assisted the hostess in
seeing that the gnosis were bounti
Ladies' Pedro Club
Mrs. John Mouahan entertained
the Ladies' Pedro Club, Monday
evening. It was the first meeting
of the club for some time, and the
piny was enthiiaiastii', three of the
contestants having to cut for the
prize of which Mrs. A. K. Smith
was the final winner. A two
course luncheon was served.
Mrs. W. W. Lyman and daugh
ter Ruth, of Rochester, New York,
aro visiting Mrs. Phil Chapman.
Miss Marguerite Cook viaitcd
her parents, atChauncpy, over Sun
day. Dr. and Mrs. M. II. Cherrington
spent a few days in Springfield re
Miss Bluncho Beery, of Union
Furnace, visited her sister, Mrs.
Ed. Dliver, from Sunday till Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Whito aro
spending a week in Detroit, Mich
igan, as guests of Mr. Robert Ryan.
Miss Emma Snider has returned
from a visit with relatives in
Mrs. Muck Scott, of Nelsonville,
was the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Nicholas Eberst, Sunday.
Mr. George Armstrong, of Col
umbus, is visiting E. P. Armstrong
Mr. Wm. Jueguersmeir, of
Homer, Illinois, is visiting rela
Mrs. Ed. Beck was hostess of the
Un-Named Pedro Club, last Thurs
day evening. Mrs. Henry Doehele,
and Mr. C. F. Brandt and wife
were visitors. An elegant supper
was served, after enrds, by Mrs.
Beck, assisted by Ming Florence
Docbele. Four tnbles of pedro
were played, the prize-winners bo
ing Mrs. Ed. Wollman and Mr. L.
Entertains With Euchre.
Mrs. Eiunin Hanson, of Chicago,
was tho guest of honor at a euchre
given Monday evening, by Mrs. J.
P. Rochester. Mrs. Hanson and
Mrs. Helen Bo wen wore prize-winners'
at cards, recuiving, respao
tivoly, a china bon-bon dish, and a
pretty gilt vaso, tie prizea Ice
cream, cake and .strawberries woro
Missos Euluh Bort and Magda
line Till drove to Union Furnace,
Mrs. Lewi Mlchol has in hor
possession a Martin Luther Bible,
printed in German, in 1512. It is
in an excellent stnte of preservation.
Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Grifiith and
son 'Phil, of Union Furnace, spent
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Phil
On WednoBduy of this week took
place the quiet marriage of Mr.
Gerald Tucker to Miss Bertha
Achnner, both prominent young
pooplc of Haydenville. Tho cere
mony was performed in Logan by
Mrs. F. M, Mulvay and Mrs. il,
11. Harrington jointly entertained
tho Euterpoiiii Club and a number of
guests at tho Harrington home,
Tuesday evening. It was the olos.
ing meeting of tho season, and a
special program of excellent music
was rendered. Light relreahmunU
wu.ro served after the conclusion of
the pi'Ogiaiu, Mrs. Frank Roohet
tur, of Columbus, a nil Mrs, Henry
Wooriworthj of Haydenville, were
The leaohuri of Hocking County
nro requested to meet at the High
Sulinol Building in Logan on May
10, ut I o'clock p. m., for a social
and business session' Dr, Rauli
man, of Athens, will address the
meeting, together with a hoinu pin
gram of papers and music.
Mrs. MaggieBlack and daughter
Belle, of NelBonville, were guests
of Mtb. Porter Armstrong, Satur
day. Messrs. John Wellinan, John
Collins, K. E. Bowen, and Col.
Woldy were business visitor?) in
Mr. Robert Wright visited his
mother hero last week. Ho is
traveling salesman for a Cleveland
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sohwonke
entertained, Sunduy, his mother,
Mrs. Henry Schwenke, of Sugar
Grove, and his sister, Mrs. Jess
Stuckcy, of Lancaster.
Judge Wright delivered the mo
mnrinl nddress at the sorvtoe of tho
Lancaster Fogies, held in the Trout
Building, Lancaster, Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Poitor Wnngh and
littlo daughter, and Miss Evelyn
Sundorsou, are guests of rolativcs
in Washington C. 11. and Hills-boro,
Mr. John Billison went to Croon
fluid, Tuesday, to attend the funer
al of his grandmother, Mrs John
Hall, who died there at an ad
vanced ago, Monday morning.
Messrs, Robert and "Tuck"
Dollisou have bought tho grocery
biiBlnoBB of Mr, Frank ThurnesB.
They took charge Tuosday morn
ing, Miss Nell MoBroom has gono to
Washington, 1),C, to bo present at
the Commencement exercises of the
National Training School, She
will remaiu thoro for two weeks,
Mrs. Jennie Adcock is spending
some time in Licking County, at
the homo of her mother, Mrs
Martin, whose arm was broken a
few wooka ngo-
Hocking County Bible School
At (lie United Brethren Church, Logan, Ohio,
May 16th and 17th. ' - ''''r
7 lOO Fifteen minute, song servlne. " '
Invocation . . Rov. Oharlei It. Wilson
Words of Ureottng Ootinly 1'rosident H. II, Harrington
7:20 Address of Welcome Prof. H. T. Hllvorthorno
7:30 Response 0. W. Cor
7:10 Round Table K. IM'rlcr
I. "How Dispose nf Review .Sunday."
L'. "Should the Superintendent use a I.ellV"
!!. "Ilow get rid of an Incoinpotont Teacher?"
4. "Name three of the moat Hsacntial ijualillcalioiiH of the Success
5. "Should Glass Spirit ho Encouraged?"
(5. "What is the Greatest Encouragement in our Sunday School'."'
7. "Are separate rooms important'"
S. "Name flvo Essentials of a Good Teaehor."
u. "Should tho LesRon he Reviewed by tho Superintendent'." '
8:00 Address "The Perfect Circle" Mrs. I'hoebe ACurtls
8 :'J0 "A Trin to the Holy Land." I. F. Harden
8 :IJ0 Devotional service Rev. W. A. Whitnicr
8 : 15 Paper, "Nature TeachinK" Miss Mable McSherry.
9:15 Address, "Little Plans for Little People". . Mrs. Phoebe Curtis
ih'lu "The Mother's part in Sunday School work". . .Mrs. Harrington
10:15 Round Table W. S. Stone
1. "Should visitors bo allowed to address the school?"
U. "Who is the Moro Important Factor, the Superintendent or the
:t. The Home Department What is it and How to Establish? The
Cradle Roll What is it and its importance."
1. "Is house to house visitation profitable?"
5. Punctuality How can it he secured?"
0. "Can a Country School be run successfully during the winter?"
7. "The Blackboard Can it be matte use of?"
S. "How can tlie Missionary Spirit be developed in the Sunday
School? 9. "Should there be concerted effort to secure diseentions for Christ
by all classes''
10:15 The Child we toach Mrs. John Smith
II :li5 Appointment of Committees
1 :!S0 Devotional Service Rev. J. B. Mathias
2:00 Missionary Spirit in the Sunday School Mrs. A. C. Tipton
I:00"Xeedof a Beginner's Class" Mrs. Ida Mathias
:S0 Address, "TlieT.ttoher" M. W. Alitadt
1:10 Round Tablo C. W. Cox
J "Is he Township Conventiui Practical?"
2 "How can Men be Held in the Bible School?"
15 "What is the Chief Aim of tho Bible Sc.-ool?"
1 "Should boys Have Mon Teachers?"
.1 "Can Every School Have a Cradle Roll, Heginner'ij Clais and IVi-
G "Are Class Outings .Proiitable?"
7 "How may Children be Interested in Singing?"
8 "How can Attendance and Interest be Increased?-'
9 "What is tlit Greatest Need of the Bible School?"
10 "How can We Keep Hocking county a Banner county?"
2:30 Address, "Tho Organized Work in Ohio"Mrs. I'hoebe A. Curtis.
Offering for state nnd county work.
7:00 Devotional Sorvice Rev. T. B.White
7 .30 Chalk Talk H. It. Harrington
8:00 Round Table Homer G. Hansel
1 Should tho Teacher use the Lesson Help in the Oluss'.'
2 Good Order, How Rest to Secure it?
1 The Absent Scholar' who should look after him?
The Absent Teaeher' who should look after him''
." What special days should the school emphasize?
0 How can the pastor help the school, and how can tho school help,
7 How to secure home Rtudy on the part of the pupil?
8 How to secire the attention of the restless boys and girls?
u Should the Sunday school follow or precedo tho prenching service
or be held in tho nftornoon?
10 How Hug should the school service continue?
8:20 Address, Reaching tho Home Mrs. I'hoobe A. Cur
tis. 8:15 Election of olTioers
ti-.OO What have I gotten out of thi convention?
Benediction and adjournment.
i, Bring your pencil and pad and take the good points home
with you to use in your school.
2. livery school should choose not less than five delegates,
o. l'astorsand superintendents arc requested to announce con-
,. Give delegates full power to represent your school.
5. Kverybody is cordiaily invited to attend,
f). Let us make Hocking County a "Banner County" this year.
7. Rvery school is asked to make an offering, and send it to the
convention to help meet the expenses of this noble
work. A list of all donations will be published after
For the TORNADO, CYCLONE
WINDSTORM. This- is the
season for them. Get under
cover of a Tornado Policy, is
J W. W. ricCray & Son,
MH.mii ng 1 miujww
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k Rochester', Store,
License to Wed and the
Filing of Accounts.
Kdwnrd Ohlinger, Cleveland,
Belle Shnw, Lojran,
l'earl M, lvnlin, Lninel Twp.
Corn K. Kline, Laurel 'IVp.
Hearing va had, .May 5, on the
petition to soil the contingent right
of dower of Sarah Kline, insane, in
the estate of Abraham Kline; find
ing was made for thu nlaintiu", and
a deuiee of sale isiicd, T. .1.
Brown, Samuel St. (-lair and D. V,
Wright were appointed as ap
praisers. On May ti, hearing was had on
tho petition to sell the real estate of
Monti Chileote, minor, heretofore
filed hy H. .1. fJhilcnte, guardian,
and decree of sale granted. II. B.
Johnson, Lnfayottc liby and Leslie
Lehinnn were the nppraiscis named.
Petition for the sale of the icnl
estate of Thomas K. Limning wtis
filed, .May 1, by Wnrrer. Lanning,
Adnir. Notice to next of kin was
The completed inventoiy of part
nership propci ty of .1. Rochester
Sons was filed on May ."), by V. (J.
Rochester, Admr., of the estate of
-I. C. Robhester, and Thomas V.
and .1. 1'. Rochester, executors of
Joseph V. Rochester. Same was
Account of final distribution of
tlie estate of Wm. Snider waa filed
May o, by Dwight A. Poling,
Admr. The account was approved
and ordered recouled, and the ad
The final account of John C.
Henderson, guardian of Charles L.
Woodnrd, insane, was filed May 1,
togother with resignation of the
guardian, to take effect on approv
al of the account. The latter was
set for hearing May 23.
Application for appointment as
guardian of Mon a Chileote, the
minor child of Minnie Chilcoto, de
ceased, was filed April DO, bj' II.
J. Chileote. Bond was ordered.
filed and approved, and letters is
sued. On the same date anetition
was filed by II. J. Chileote, to sell
the real estate of his ward, and
the matter was set for hearing
Hearing was hud April 30 in tlie
matter of the appointment of a
guardian for Sarah Kline, insane,
and the appointment was decreed.
Application was filed by G. W.
Krinn, and on filing of approved
bond, letters of guardianship were
issued. A notition to sell tho con
tingent dower interest of tho said
Sarah Kline, wis filed by the
guardian, and is for hearing May
Application to bo appointed
guardian of Joseph Shaw, an in-
unne person, vice f It. Kennard,
1 former guardian, now tctuovert
from the State, was filed by S. W.
, Johnston, April 30, Bond wnn
ordered in the sum of $2500, and
'the matter continued.
' Sunday School Convention,
1 The annual Hocking County
1 Sunday Schonl Convention will be
I held at the United Brethern Church
of this City Wednesday and Thins-
day May Hi, and 17, bcginlng at
seven o'clock p. in, nnd continuing
through the following evening.
Mrs. Phoebe Corliss, the state
speeinlht will have conspicuous
place upon the program. The
name of delegates should be sent
J at once to Mr. Jasper 1 Harden,
Logan, Ohio, in order that enter
tainment may be provided.
Bible Society Anniversity.
The inniversaiy of tho American
Bible Society will he held in the.
Methodist Church Sunday evning,
May I a, at 7 o'clock. The pro
gram rvill ho as follows:
History of the Bible docioty,
Mi'-s lilla Rochester.
The liilluence of the Bible,
Mr. Orla Wnght.
The Need of Bible Truth,
Miss Merlin vVhitcraft.
Win Fourth Contest,
Logan won against New Stiaiu-'
villi, for the -ecoud time, in the
eonteM bnwled here lnl Thursday
night, on the Brunswick lleys.
Tlie apposing teams were: Logan,
Chas. Beek, CI1.1. Vorec, Henry
Leach, Flank Shaw and C. N.
Bowen; New Straitsville, Charles
White, John Cannikle, Henry
White, T. II. W.ud and C. 11.
Buck. Logan's team aver.-ige ns
710, as ajjainei (537; they won all this
thiee Lmo, by total of 101 pins.
Bock bowled the highest ncore 184,
in the second game of the seii.
Aftei a series of four contosu, tvwi
of which were wnh the Atlieim
team, Logan' percentage stands
now at 1,000.
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Corner Culver nnd Front Sts.
Citizens Phone 387 B
is Life in Be
He does himself u wrong If ho don't look after ills
bodily comfort, hy using the Bost Mattress he enn find.
An Elastic Felt MattreSS has been proven the
best because (if made right) It is elastic, will not mat
and is non-abporbent and therefore sanitary.
This week wo have in our window a sample that
shows how tho best ones are made, of layers of whito,
long fibro, Belted cotton. Wo guarantee this mnt
tioss nt $12.00 to bo equal to any mattress on tho
market that sells for .$15.00. W also have them at
$10.50, $8.50, $7.00 and $6.
Whi'o looking aftor your personal comforts don't
forget tho littlo "Tot," "Wo have Baby's Kquipage
waiting for him nnd at prices to suit nil purses, Nice
comfortable carts thut fold, with reclining backs, and
plenty of room for pillows. All nro fitted with the
newest patterns in parasols. AVo have thorn from
$2.25 to $20.00.
We also havo tho Fulton Folding Curt which can
be folded into n spaco no larger than n suit ease, As
thoy aro ball bearing thoy aro tin lightest ruining
cart on tho market. It is tho nicest thing ever built
for $7.50. See them in our window.
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