. p.T. frr.
Plaited Tulle Boas Are Highly
Approved by Fashion.
NEW COLORED HANIMOIRC1IIKFS.
Irlnoei Qoirn the Favorite of Ilrldea,
The Tun Shoe Htt Ileapiteared In
Oiiod Society Cronubnrrcil Mualiu
nnd IrUli Dlmltr Much UacA,
Bnrcttes for pinning obstreperous
locks nt the back of thebalmre soiling
In the shops as low 119 18 cents. An at
tractive rolled gokl ouo la especially
nlco and when wished with gold Is as
good as the "real thing."
Plaited tulle boas In all shades and
whlto that flt comfortably around tho
neck and tlnlsh with long ribbon or
velvet strings are very much worn.
BROWN MALINETTE BTTCH3.
The beauty of these ruffs' lies in their
freshness; therefore they are an ex
pensive luxury. .
Hand bags In white linen are new
and dainty novelties. The plainer de
signs aro In better taste than tho em
broidered affairs unless one owns a
handsome hand worked example.
Cotton suitings In checks and small
plaids aro lu the shops for 10 cents a
Colored handkerchiefs are very smart.
They come In all colors and prices. A
neat little design Is in a blue "dish
Rhinestone bangle bracelets are one
of the Jewelry novelties. As many as
ten of these loose thin bracelets are
worn on one arm.
New skirts In accordion" plaited
black and white check silk, with three
rows of black velvet at the bottom, are
to be bought for $12.
A parasol of white silk, with a two
Inch border of black satin, has a spray
of pink and red roses painted on one
side. The large flowers are near the
top of the parasol, and the smaller
buds and leaves trail gracefully along
the edge 'of the black border.
An attractive child's suit for tho sea
shore or mountains Is of plain dark blue
slcllleune with a white raohalr'shleld
and sailor collar trimmed with narrow
red and blue soutache braid, The belt
Is of the material, finished with a white
A mighty senslblo white pique frock
for a little girl has Its short sleeves
'open to the armholc, where they button
with rather large pearl buttons.
The radio Illustrated Is of rainproof
malinettc, a new material that Is very
.serviceable and quite as pretty us the
more perishable old variety. It Is car
ried out In chestnut brown and finished
with strings of the same color.
MINOR DRB6S HINTS.
Very stunning braids are In Persian
designs and colorings. These aro most
ly used fcr vests upon the bolero aud
Eton Jackets. In most of the braids
there is a thread hidden awayjit one
edge that may be pulled up futo all
sorts of waving figures or applied In
Bretellcs of ribbon make a simple
yllttlo muslin frock "very dainty and
The Paris boulovard "sailor" is an
,., extremely smart bat and Is shown lu a
fine gray straw braid. The high flat
crown Is draped with folds of gray
ribbon In a darker shade. The left side
Is slightly turned and caught with
folds of tho ribbon and two long gray
Tho bandeau is bailed with shaded
gray silk flowers.
Lucky or uulucky, the peacock feath
er Is disporting Itself bravely on uyory
other hat ouo meets, Theau mysteri
ous "eyes" aro also to bo found In
handsome embroideries and on belt
buckles aud buttons,
I) With some of tho girdles It Is possi
ble to simulate the princess effect upon
.lingerie frocks. Tho girdle, for in
stance. Joins bodice and skirt nnd Is
sewed along tht upper edge of tho bod
Ice, but left free to come down over
the skirt band after tho lutter Is ad
justed. Crluollno foundations for these
girdles aro sold In the shops.
Charming little, boleros of embroid
ered whlto llueu with two wide, loosu
capes falling Into graceful sleeves com
mend thomBelveH for wear with a doz
en differont summer gowuB,
The cape In the cut la a useful little
summer garment of belgo colored
nahnu cloth. Tho sleeves are cut with
three capes and finished with stitching.
The Hhy vefvet rovers, pockets and
facings Hre of ejjestnut velvet.
th useful foulard.
White eutliroldery made with a dou-
ble edgct U used for panels on some of
the prettleaaJlnxerie dresses. Bacn
panel lo.rtiHH.iu the hem to ulmot
A "stunning "pink llueu suit Is trimmed
with heavy white crochet lace. The
skirt U plaited, and the round Molero
Jacket Is of linen aud lace.
Batistes with embroidered dots In
self color are among the most charm'
Ing materials of the season and make
oxtremely attractive gowns.
The shirt waist gown, like the shirt
waist, has attained such a linn hold
on the affectlous of the feminine world
that, no matter what attacks are made
upon It, It continues in fashion season
Tho gown illustrated Is of lavender
and white spotted foulard, trimmed
with a rouleau of pluln lavender taf
feta. Irish, lace and tucked lavender
silk form tjie yoke aud sleeve adorn
ments. A clasp of gold Is placed on
the belt of white faille de chine rlubim.
A stunning "best" dress for a little
girl Is of finest white orgnudle. The
short skirt has a lace Inserted yoke
and a panel front embroidered In deli
cate white traceries. The sleeve caps
are of luce- trimmed organdie, and the
waist and skirt are Joined VIth a
Valenciennes Insertion. The waist part
Is rather long aud the brief skirt shir
red on full. Worn with the dress Is a
new sash of ottoman ribbon heavily
fringed. Each alternate fringe knot Is
ended with a tiny blossom made of
Suspender dresses of pretty ging
hams and madras are very useful. A
WHITE MNEN SUIT.
fresh blouse makes the suit always
dainty. In checked black and-whlto
silk this stylo Is also attractive trim
med with lines of narrow bluek velvet.
The Hinull boy's coat Is more maunJ-sh
In cut this summer, The llueu models
are very smart aud coii)u lu nil the
season's colorings, Including Alice bluu
and the moduli rose shades.
Crousburred muslins aud Irish dimi
ties are milking some of tho prettiest
children's dresses of the seusou. Aud
the heavier linens and piques lu tai
lored models of Russian blouse with
low, round neck bertha designs are
smart. Tho simpler of these dresses
ure trimmed with scalloped button
hole stitched edges worked with mer
The dress lu the cut Is of whlto linen.
The yoke and cuffs are of pale blue
linen. The belt Is of whlto suede,
Spoiled a Romance;
"A mischievous country girl wrote 011
an egg, along with her name and ad
dress, 'I'leaso correspond,' aud sent It
to market with tho others
"Did tho man who got It write'"
"And an engagement followed?"
"Nothing of the sort. When the egg
wns taken out of cold storage and sold
for strictly frpsh' tho girl had been
married thirteen years."
Didn't Eat the Boarders.
"I am quitting my "boarding house,"
"No; the steak,"
"lias your farmer friend 0 cultivated
"Ought to have," replied the horrible
(oker, "He lias used the cultivator all
"Pity, thy say, U akin to love."
Humor and Philosophy
B DUNCAN M. SMITH
Ambition Is a desire to show yourself
as you me not.
Fear of the law of reaction holds
many a natural disturber lewl,
It Is a poor kick that works both
Some bright man will have tho
weather arrested some day when, it
It Is more satisfactory for the mo
ment to be mad than to he diplomatic,
but It is apt to be lots hinder on the
One must be an artist to deal In flat
tery Unit isn't Hat.
A prophet who can prophesy to the
proflt of othere tills a long felt want
and a Jong leather pocketbnok at the
When a man cannot reach In and
corral u bride lu June his case Is hope
less. The Dreamer.
Aclown the Illy loaded river
The girl and I
Are rowing by the lights that quiver
Acioss tho sky,
Where lie the amethyst and rose
That level rays of light disclose
And clouds that ply
And blush and fly
As night falls down and brings repose.
A smile upon her sweet lips llngors,
A radiant smile,
As through the water now h:r fingers
Are drawn awhile
And touch tho golden hearted flowers
That lie within wave cradled bowers
And dip and dip
And sweet dew sip
Throughout the night's sleep curtained
A song falls through her lips' melodious
A soft, sweet song.
At which I feel the warm tears starting;.
1 listen long '
To hear again the sweet refrain
That speaks of Joy and hints of pain,
When, io, the girl
Dissolves In peail
Of dawn, and but iegrots remain.
Up to' Them.
"They say that
sun spots cause all
of our troubles."
some of our soap
not remove them
Just for the adver
tisement." Proof of Greatness.
General XogI Is profoundly Impressed
with the Idea that Sloessel was one of
the greatest generals of modern times.
To be sure, the Itusslau commander
did not make a few magic passes and
cause the .laps to fall over dead, but
see who they were and particularly
take notice as to who was their leader.
Nogl knows that Ids opponent was
great, for didn't he hold Port Arthur
fnr' inntilln iiL-nlnsf tin' .In mi nose nrmv
and the combined forces of the news- '
paper correspondents of the world V
Holding Port Arthur was quite a
different proposition from holding a
young lady's hand on a pleasant Hum
mer night, and nobody knows this bet
ter than Nogl, who, as u rival, was try
lug all of this time to Jar Stoessel looe.
Enlightening the Poet,
"I see you have made 'short' ntnl
'sport' rhyme," suit! the critic, us
though the Idea was too a lis mil for
"What Is the matter with that?" asU
etl the ioet, who took erltlelsm ahout
its pleasantly as a small boy taUes cas
"You ktiott-," paid tlitj.'rltif, slmklnj?.
Ills head aravely, "when a sport Is
bhort he Is out of tuue with everything."
lvx Aa U - Y
VTvffTD. iJUi 1
Cures Chronic Constipation,
Stimulation Without Irritation.
Onmo Laxative Fruit Syrup is a now
laxativo syrup combined with the deli
cious flavor of fruits, and is very pleas
ant to take. It will not gripo or sicken.
It is much more pleasant and effective
than Fills, Tablets and Saline Waters,
as it does not derange tho Stomach, or
irritate the Kidneys, Liver or Bowels,
Okino Laxative Fruit Syrup will posi
tively cure chronic constipation aB it re
stores the natural action of the intestinal
tract. Ordinary Cathartics may give tem
porary relief but the stomach is upset
and tho bowels are irritated without any
permanent benefit having been derived,
Most men will wait until they can get "Star" rather
than chew Icsm tasty plugs. But they don't like to he
without their "Star" chew any longer than necessary.
No chew is so rich, waxy and sweet no plug so
getiTously satisfying no tobacco so economical and
PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO
None but the choicest leaf ever gets under a "Star"
tag never has and never will.
The quality that has made "Star" famous is still, as
always, the best obtainable. Only the richest, ripest,
sweetest leaf is good enough for "Star" that's why it
Limitation of Birttis Is Needed
ny Professor F. W. DtACKMAR, University of Kmiu
HE most general as well as
clinrity -unil philanthropy
to lend aid to the helpless
not to degenerate the stock or WEAKEN" THE SPIKIT
of the individual raee or destroy the social order.
But there are still deeper problems to consider, and these are the
restrictions of marriage and THE LIMITATION OF BIRTHS.
Something must be done to stop the multiplication of THE
UNFIT by heredity,-as well as by environment. How this is to be
brought about is difficult to say.
Wo are steeped in tradition and convention. We have so much
hypocrisy in our civilization that it is difficult to apply scientific
methods. But education, legislation and radical social selection, TO
SUPPLEMENT NATURE, may relieve the situation. This, with
continuance of the social forms and individual characteristics, may
help us to eliminate the unfit.
If left to herself, nature eliminates the weak and the unfit, but
SCIENCE DOMINATES CIVILIZATION, and civilization must
submit to tho demands of science.
WE MUST EITHER CEASE TRYING TO RECLAIM THE WEAK OR
MAKE A BETTER SELECTION OF STOCK. IF WE WOULD ELIMINATE
DEGENERACY, CRIME, PAUPERISM AND POVERTY WE MUST SEE TO
THE STOCK OF THE PEOPLE.
Our People's Greatest Need
Is Sobriety of Judgment
By ANDREW D. WHITE, Ex-President of Cornell University
CHERE is but one thing, the development of better education
of the people, to lift them above buffoonery, party cries and
the wiles of chicanerv and to insure a fair discussion in pub
lic affairs and a REALIZATION OF REPUBLICAN
IDEALS. The most important factor to develop in the majority of
tho people is sobriety of judgment above all bribes, trickery, hys
Closely connected with tho study of history in schools should bo
given tho elements of political institutions, studying all tho machinery
of "our government, and there should be steady moral development to
dovolop honest thinking, not for the plausible, BUT FOR THE
TRUTIL The great thing needed in this country is truth. Simple
ethic3, tho distinction between right and wrong, should also be taught.
Stress should be laid upon WHAT IS BEST .in history, noble deeds
nnd sacrifices, especially thoso which show that the greatest man is not
the greatest orator or tho trickiest politician.
IN EVERV COMMUNITY THERE ARE FAR TOO""MANY SHARP
MEN. THEY ARE A CURSE. WHAT WE WANT ARE NOBLE MEN.
D Laxative Fruit Syrup
Pleasant to take and does not gripe or nauseate
Tho condition of tho patient remains un
changed. The Stomach, Liver and Bowels
have not been stimulated and in a few
days a stronger purgative may have to be
taken. This is why Pills and Aperient
Waters never give permanent relief.
Their violent aotion results in an unnat
ural movement of the bowels and it is nec
essary to keep taking them indefinitely.
Why OIUNO is different.
Okino Laxativo Fruit syrup is the only
preparation that -eally acts upon all
of the digestive organs, Other prepar
ations act upon the lower bowel only and
do not touch the Liver, It can Yery read,
ily be seen that a preparation that does
not act upon all of the digestive organs
Prepared only by FOLEY
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED MY
Ittr storc R
is so sweet, so whole
some, so juicy, so elastic
and lasting, so econom
ical. "Star" lasts twice as
long as "cheap" chews.
150,000,000 ioc. pieces
In All Stores
tho most fundamental problem of
19 to practice the law of lore' an i
and the weak in such fashion as
Stomach and Liver Trouble
can not cure
Talle ORINO Laxative Fruit
are not satisfied your money
A CO., Chicago, III.
Sale of Real Estate.
In purminnconf on nritirnf the Prnbnln
Court nf Ilooklliil Poilllty, Ohio, nliil y vlt
tunnf thcnuttinrlty nmlillrpftlnn of thrt lint
Will rind Toiininent of Divlil I'nnflnld.tlP
cemed, I will offer fnr nlisnt pulillo miction
mi Snturdny, tliolltlny of July lwn.nl I
nVtnr-k . tin on tho (hpiiiMco, lliofolltiultw
ipnrrll)Pil N'alpMotP. Mttlnto In Tnwmlilp
nf t'orrv. Conwy nfHorklng and Hlatc of
Ohio, towll I
Ilelim Mtuatotl lu Hoc! Inn No. four (I),
Tnwnlil No, 1miIvp (12), ltniiKn No, nlnn
llclntf Lot No. two (2) III nit lit Moot Ion, onil
Inlnlim Itti'iit v.slx tan nnrpi.
IIhIiik wott Imlf of unrili onil iiniirtor icd
north inl cilirlur of (honnrlh wnsl qttnrtnr
.iiiiipHpcIIoii, TowtifihliiiiKl ltnnitii in Hint
d nliovi. ciiMlnlnltlR 4111U htiluliPd nnd two
llelng north Imlf of the south onst iiunrlor
ntnl 1101 111 hnlfof tlm south ttfsl iiiuit'tiT nf
1 In' Houlhpnstiiiiiirlpr, mitniiHi'cl Ion, Town
ililnnud ttnngo iitihovi! tinted, contnlntiu
ulKlity.HPven (HJ) iicrnn.
Tho tliruu trnots tounther roiilnlnlns two
hundred mid fifteen I'il'O nervi more or los.
npiirnlsed nl two lioimniid unveil htmdrim
nnd ninety. Mvoilollnrs(l2;iir.(K). Mint brine
t "n-tlilrdu IS) of npprnlHtmjut.
Tor mi of Aiiln uiin-l lilrd 41 cnsli, ouol hlrd
l'.l In ruin yenr nnd ono-ililnl i',i In two
.venrn fr.ini dnyofsulu, doforred payments
tobenr Interact nnd to bo spoored by mnrt
gno on lire m I "p sold.
JOHN A MrPI.KMjAN!)
. AdnilnJtiiitorwlt!i thuWIlt
Annexed of Dnvld Cnnllcld.
June 21, 4-w.
Notice of Appointment;,
Kitntp of Dnvld Unnlleld, deemspd. The
iindei'9li;iipd lirts been nppoluleil ind quali
fied n AdnilnlHtrntor, with the Will nuuex
ed.of the Kstntoof Dnvld Cnnlleld Into of
lloeklni; County, decerned. Hated t his Iff,
dnyof June, A.D. IIKXI,
JOHN A. McULKLLAXD, Admin-JunnL'ir.-w
Istrntor with the will nnne.ied.
Notice Is hereby Klven thnt the follow lot;
AccouiitH nnd Vouchers luive been filed in
I ho I'riiluilo Court of nocking County, Ohio,
for Klrat nnd Klnul uettleiiK-nt, Joseph
Von nt,', O nurd Inn of Mnrlhii i: lloclcmiiu, 11
luinor (now of full nyo) mid the same will
eomu on for liutirlni; 011 the It, day of July
A.l) 110 nt 10 o'clock A. M., or lis soon
Ihuieafier as may be convenient.
June 2l,::-w I'rohnto Judge.
11 ens in it in i ii'ininiiu 11 11 it mi ii( vwi
tnkenntlcn Unit on the 12th day Ji.iiu, KmI
lsnnc Wolf, tiled his petition In tin1 Court o
n............ itin.... ll..,.i.i,... b.....i., nl.lr. t...
Hessle Wolf, residence unknown
vjiuiiiiiuu i n'in, ituLhiii(; uuiiiwiihj, iu-
I tt if nmiLn liiinitinh 'Infill' ttti' n illciiniik frillil
i5 liiunii Diiiiiiiui ') iwi it 1 1 i 1 1 ' 1 11 !
the said llcs'-le Wolf. 011 the ground of
Adultery, uud that said causo will bo for
hearing on nnd aft-r July Sllh. lMii.
f-iAAii a. wni.K.
.lolm f IVtlll Atlornev for l'laiullIT.
June U. ii-w.
flinrlesTo'lhor, wliojo place of residence
Is unkowu, will nilso notice that oiitlieTtti
day of June, Hull, that John Tolllver tiled
hli petition In tho Court of ('ouiiuou l'leaH
of Itoelclm; County, Ohio, beln t-ause
lllllllltt'l Ann, t,u lilt, iiuuuni in sum i.uui i
.I'I1I1IJ, .')l,l',V.',,,ltl,l.K T"I. i, ,,. u...
less Hn d cause will be for henrlim on nnd
after .1 uly suth, lwu.
John C. I'etlit, Atty. .Iune7,ii-w
Notice to Teachers.
I'hp Board ol School Kxaniineis of iiock
inCounty will meet at IheScbnol IliilldliiH
In Logan, Ohio, at H:.M) a. 111.. on the First
Saturday ore.ich mouth, for I lie examina
tion ol nppllcnnls tor Teacher's niemeniary
Ccrtlllriites; and on the tlrst Saturday ol
September, December, Match and .Tune for
Urn examination of nppllcnnls roi Teacher'
llleli School and Special Ceitillcales Ex-amlnnllo.-.s
I'oi liciplk dexiriiiK 10 enter lil-.'li
schools will lie Jield on the Tlilid Satuiday
or Aii 11 and t be Second .Saturday 01 May
I. C. HrotimiTON. I'resldent
D '.. IIaiisii. Clerk.
C N White. Vice President
Logan. Onlo. Pebruarv a. I90," tf
. Gompound a'af,?'u,fa
Safe, Quick, Reliable Regulator
Superior 10 other remedial auU at IiIkIi price.
'JOO.OllO Wouibu. 1'rloe.uS Oonti, (Irian-
fflaixir hv mall. IVulliiioDtftlisiul boikltt f rue.
Dr. liBl'ruuco, thlludoliitilu, ln.
Ohrouit: Constipation, Torpid
praying inr pariiiino 111 inn luuowiiii; mu
estate, to-wlt; The north-west iiiiiirtnrof
Section 27. Towushl) 11, raiit!0 Id, Hoeklntt
fl. ..,,.. lilr. nntttn iilmr ll.inxuu ...ill., lf
f PERFECTION 1
SAFE CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL
If your dealer itou't handle It, write to
JTHE STANDARD OIL COMPANY,
IjIVCI, luuigusuou, ouur otuiiuu;n, uwi.
For Biliousness and SicK
Take Okino Laxative Fruit Syrup. It
sweetens the stomach, aids digestion and
acts as a gentle stimulant on the liver and
bowels without irritating thoso organs.
Clears the Complexion.
Okino Laxutive Fruit Syrup stimulates
tho liver and thoroughly cleanses the
system and clears tho complexion of
pimples and blotches. It is the best lax
ative for women and children as it is
mild and pleasant, and does not gripe or
sicken. Refuse substitutes.
Syrup and if you
will b refunded.
ITcr(n.linffiianA uraieimltn Ina. malrAim.
rii te llj til rlmlMtei (, i STI VPNS I
loityw-H. of errleneela tnn,i ou, tri lmi
KIIXUS, I'ISTOT.S, fiHOTODNS
aunc imencuiica, i;ic
A'Kjourticairran'iintlat rntMciniiatniuiur 140
on the STRVKX4. Ifloii ne rHalnir dejtrlUnf
kannot oMaln. e ll.ln.ll "' '""re"! rvvn lint,
irci iri.....:l.ii ' rewwiyiiiirtln e.l.ana
i if't i f ' ( 0"tlMlntloii1lioot-
.tlrm..wtwK jui, c. ,intf. Amniunlllftn, lie.
DMutlfu' lliftt'olnr Al,.mlmiro lllnetr lll tie fop
fiv., .or locn.i in iiampi.
J. STEVENS ABMS AND TOOL CO.,
p 'i not 4094
ClIICOrFF fULS MA5..t' I.A.
ewSchedulo H V. -I;.
In DtTfUl Due 1U, l'.KI.'i.
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Arr Toledo .... l-.':lil U:il." .... I:S
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Tlftlly. Dully Btoept Sunday
I Hmuliiy tinly.
V. W HOll VKNKK, Agent
IIAKLEY lr. AVHITPUAFT
a ttohxi:y-a t-la w
A- NOTARY PUBLIC
Opp. Itempel Jnuse
THE NATIONAL BANK OF
OFFICII llOL'KS fl TO 3
Pa hi hi Cash Capital $",0,000
C. K. ROWEN, President,
H. R. HARRINGTON, Vice Pren.
F. MEADE HOWEN, Cnshier.
Does a Generttl Ranking Rusi
ness, Receives Deposits, Discounts
Pnper and Buys and Sells Ex
change, apr 0-ly Bunk in James Block.
REMPEL BANKING COMPANY.
Ferdinand F. Itempel
LOGAN, H0CK1XU COUNTY, OHIO.
Individual Liability $100,000.
Does uGenerul Bunking unci Col
Bunking Rooms P. O. Building
DR. C. F. APLIN,
Physician and Surgeon,
lilts ipcputly ttiUtin u fcpeelHr I'nursi
ot IliNtriii'lloiiM In dUMiaoh ol tinmen
Ofkioi: Opposite Opera House.
Ri:siDKNci: Mullierry street, one
lutll" block north of Rooliester
Offiok Ilouita 8 to 10 n. in. and
2 to I, 0 to 8 p. m.
Win, F. Eisele
Granite and Marble Monunienls.
Ltnio, Cement, Rook Plas
ter, Plastering Hair ami
Plaster of Purls
1K. M. II. OIIEIMUNCITON
IMiyHlcIan & Sureroou.
OKKIOK-On Main Hlreet,, llowlby llulld
IiiBi next luOjioru Huimtf,
Hutli '1'liunus No, "S.
OKKIOK 110U11H-7 to 10 u. in. and J tot
11. Ill.li nil) to 8 p. in, Hilliclay H to It)
u.lii a ul;i to 6 p. in,
KKHIDKNOK lluiiler Htreet, llrit bout
WM'tpt IlnriliiKtnii lloulilence, DltUtu
THE 0RICINU SCUMU Inttrao.
lion by uiAll ad.ite4 to tittfuut.
KecOKttiitti by LOlltHuUaucitgn.
Kzvrteociil bJ lomtwtcnt loMiul
er: Tkei pt lima ealy. Tbt
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