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Hoeking County Fair,
August 22, 23, 24 and 25.
TtfE OHIO DEMOCRAT.
35th, Year, Number 23.
THE HOCKING SENTINEL,
,l,u liMirtln MaaiOiJ
66th, Year, Number 5.
Circulation 3000. One Dollar Per Year.
LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1906.
The Only Democratic Paper in the County
LAND MARK ?sS$gm& .""" LOCAL NEWS?
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uioHMLHiiinu. ; X The Semi Annual Big Red Tag::::: X
The Old Rempel Store
Building Torn Down.
NEW MODERN HOTEL
Will Be Built on the Site
Tlio purchase of the old Rotnpol
store building cornering on tho
Park, (old Market lot), by H. F.
Ambroie meant the removal of the
old building and the erection of a
new and model brick hotel.
The old buildings wore sold to
McBrooln Bros, and this week will
And every vistngo of the former
historical land mark removed from
This store building was for fifty
years owned by the late Col. F. F.
Rempel, in which he operated a
general storo, drug store and sa
loon, and occupied the building
with his private odlce.
The abstract of the property in
deed shows soino interesting per
sonages indentified with the histo
ry of this town. The ptfrohaso
includes parts of inlots48 and 40
of Logan as recorded by Governo
Thos. Worthington in 1810. The
history of the transfer runs as fol
lows : In 1800 Thomas Je'iTer6on,
president of the United States
granted letters patent to Thomas
Worthington, assignee of Henry
Mas&ie, letters patent, covering
this land in a 320 acre grant in
cluding tnuoh of the town of Logan
as it now stands. Thos. Worth
ington and wife then deeded lot
48 to Jacob Clay pool in 1817:
Jacob Clay pool to John B.Zimmer
man in 1830; Elnor and James
executors of Thos.
lot 40 to Henry
Hnnsol in 1830; Henry Hansel to
John B Zimmerman- East half of
40 in 1830; John Zimmerman East
Imlf of 48 and 40 (the present hotel
site) toBilas Pruden in 1830;
Silas Pruden to Charles Goods and
Abraham Geil in 1840; Charles
Goods to Reuben Hesten undivided
our half in 1847; Abraham Geil to
Reuben Hesten undivided one half
in 1847; Reuben Hesten to F. F.
Rempel Sr. in 1818; F. F. Rempel
to G. Sporloader in 1850; G.
Sporloader to F. F. Rempel in 1852 ;
F. F. Rempel Jr. executor, to Wm
Waner and Wm. Ryan in 1002;
Wm Waner and Wm Ryan to Jacob
Keller, in 1004; Jacob Keller to II.
F. AmbroBO, in 1000.
A remarkable circumstance is
that the first grant or deed of thi
lot was mndem 1800, April 15 and
now in 1006 June 15 one hundred
yenrB later, it is deeded to H. F.
Ambrose, and the old building torn
away to be supplanted by a hand
some now hotel. The price of that
lot has rum from $120 00 in 1830
to iH2,500.00in 1000, and when
the new building, stands on it in
1007, it will probably bo worth
Goes to Isthmus.
Mr. Jack Barwell qualified as a
nmohinist, of the first class in. on
examination taken Monday at Cin
cinnati, under the Isthmian Canal
Commission. Mr, Barwell passed
u very di Moult examination, and
is to bo congratulated on his de
served success, Ho will sail from
New York for Colon on July 18,
and oroBB the isthmus o Panama,
whore his duties will at once be
gin. Tho position carries with it
omolumentB to tho nmount of
$1,050 per year. Mrs, Barwell
will probably Join her husband at
Panama within the next few
Messrs, Norman Tlieisa and
Hurry Slsson, and Misses Gertrude
HawkJiiH and Lillian Burneoui, of
Nelsorwllle, were Logan visitors
ftundi(ternoou mid eyenlnjf.
Reduct ( ) ion Sale
Friday, July 6th, we commence that
You who have attended these sales in the past know what this announcement means. It's our cleaning up time the time
when we want to clear our shelves of all surplus stocks to make room for fall goods that will soon be coming in. To do this we
have made big reductions in price on everything in our store. We do not believe in carrying goods over from one season to
another. Get rid of them even if ata loss that's the policy of this store. Cost isn't considered. Profits arc lost sight of. Re
duce stocks, that's the cry. If you want to buy where your money will go the farthest, you can't afford to miss this sale with its
reductions of one-fifth, one-fourth, one-third and in some cases one-half off regular prices. It will be many a day before 3'ou will
have another chance like this. Watch for the tags they tell an intetcsting story.
Red Tag Prices on DreSS Goods
Buy your Fall presses now and save money.
Cream Dnnhli Cloth Ilegulnr price 13c
3Cinch Cashmeres, Hlinrk skins In black anil colors
Regular price 25c, Red Tas Price
38 Inch Ratistcs, Mohairs, Serges, and Fancy mixed
Suitings, regular price 50c, Red tag price
44 inch pTaln and Shadow check Batistes, Mohairs
ami Panamas and SO Inch fancy mixed Suitings,
regular price 85 and 75c. Red tan price. .05 and
44 Inch French SCrges, Tnmine Cloths, Mohairs,
Panamas, Henriettas and 52 inch Fancy Mixed
Suitings, regular price S1.00, Red tag prices
44 inch Fancy Mohairs, Silk and wool Fancy Suit
ings uuu us men uroaucioins ana tancy
Mixed Suitings, regular prices $1.50, 1.35 nnd- Cf
1.25, Red tag
prices p jj
.'N and 44 inch Cream Mohairs. Ilfitlstes and Sereei
regular prices, $1.00, 75c and 50c. Red tag srlces
70c, 55 and
Linens at Red Tag Prices
Good news for the economical housewife who likes
nice linens and plenty of them. Save money buy now.
GO Inch Heavy Cream Damask, 30c quality reduced 03-
72 Inch llleached and Half-Uleached Damasks all
new patterns, regular prlcoICOc, Red tag price...
72 inch Heavy HaU-IileacIied Damasks, with open
work boarders, regular price COc, Red tag price
G8, Inch all Pure Linen Bleached Damasks, regular
price.75c, Red tag price
72 inch all Linen Halt-Bleached Damasks with open
work hoarders, regular price 85c, Red tag price
72 inch all Pure Linen Satin Bleached Damasks,
regular price 1.00. Rod tag price,.
72 Inch all Pure Linen Bleached Satin Damasks,
double and open work borders, price 1.25, Red
All Linen Napkins that bold (or 2,00. 1.50, 1.25 and
1.00 reduced to 1.10,1,20, l.UOand
Unbleached Halt Linen Crash
19 Inch Bleached and Unbleached Crash that sold
JorlOc reduced to
23c Huck Towels
reduced to v,
Muslin Gowns nicely trimmed lace and embroi
dery insertions and line tucks, 1.00, 75c and 60c.
gowns reduced to 75, 50 and
Fine Muslin and Nainsook Gowns, trimmed with
flue tucks, Swiss embroideries and Insertions,
and nne laces, 2.00, 1.75, 1.50 and 1.25 gowns re
duced to , 1.50, 1.25, 1.00 and
Ladles Muslin Skirts, deep nounces, trimmed witli
tucks, plaits, embroidery and lace, 1.50, 1.00,
75 and 60c. reduced to 1.00, 75c, 50c and
Ladles line Muslin and Cambric Skirts, with deep
tlounces beautifully trimmed witli line tucks
Insertions and embroideries, 3.00, 2.50, nnd 2.00
skirts, reduced to 2.C0, 1.75, and
Ladles Muslin nnd Nainsook Drawers, trimmed,
lace and embroidery edgings and insertions,
75c, 50c, 50c, and 25c drawers, reduced to
55c, 38c, 23c and
Muslin and Nainsook Covers prettily trimmed
with laco insertions and edgings, 50c. 10c, and
25c covers reduced to ,3Sc, 29c and
Fine Nainsook Covers, beautifully trimmed with
tine Vnl Insertions, and edgings, 1,00, 75c and
COc, reduced to 75c, 53c and
and CHILDREN'S DRESSES.
Ladies Wrappers made of Dark Percals, ncotly
trimmed with braids and ulalts, tlouncq, skirt
lOOklnd for N , 75c
Ladles Kimonns of light llgurcd Lawns, trimmed
with bauds of plain materials, some with girdle,
1,00, 75c and 50c kind reduced to 75c, 55c and 39c
Infants Ginghams Dresses in small checks and
stripes, ages 1 to 4 yds, regular price 25c, red tag
price , 1 9c
Children's Dresses mado of plain checked and
striped ginghams nicely trimmed, ages 15 to 11
SI.OO, 75c 50 kind reduced to 75c, 3Jc nnd 30c
Silk and Mercerized Wash Petticoats
Wash petticoats of striped gihghams and percales,
ruflled Ilounco, $1.00, 75c, 50c kind reduced to
75c. 50c and .'. ,,.,..., , 30c
Black mercerized satlno Petticoats, rullled, plaited
and atraued tlounces, J1.50, $1.25 and $100 kind
reduced to $1,12, 00c and ,..,., ..,.. 75c
Black and colored silk Petticoats mndo or extra
good quality tafteta silk with tucked and shirr
ed tlounces, $5.00 kind for S3.75
Prints, Ginghams and Domestics
Blue Black. Red and Gray Prints...,,
A pro 11 check aiughams ,,
A, V. C, Dress Ginghams lUo grades , ,
Alabama Shirtings were'SK now ,
Table Oil Clitli all colors...,
Best Feather Ticking 20c grade at, ,,,,,.,
Yard wide Brown Muslin not very heavy tbut cost
cost us i'Aa while It lasts for ,.., ,
V$o Bleached Muslin for , ,,
Black Twill Shirtings too grade for
During this sale
Miss Parsons will
offer her entire line
of Millinery at ONE
Don't miss this
chance to save your
eagerly awaited for event "The Semi
Prices are low on these goo'ds, just nbout one-half,
but we want to close them out so make these prices
to do it.
27 Inch Dotted, Striped and Figured Lawns, regular
price (ic, Red tag price
"27 Itich Batistes, mostly white grounds, covered
with dots and iiloweral patterns, regular
price 10c, Red tag price
30 Inch Fine Sheer Organgles, white grounds cov
ered with bcautllul tloweral patterns, regular
price was 15c, Red tag price
27 Inch Wool Batiste, mostly small checks and
broken plaids, regular price 18c, Red tag
27 Inch Silk and Cotton Mixed Organdies and Peau
dc Lindics, regular price 25c, Red tag price
27 inch Plain and Dotted Slid Mulls, In pink, cream
nnd light blue, regular prices 20c,and VAiQ, Red
tag prices 15 and ....
30 inch Suisse MotisSeliues and Embroidered
Mulls In eyclett eftects, regular price 33c, Red
27 Inch Fine Silk Organdies and Mulls In beautiful
tloweral designs, regular price 60c, Red tag
price , ,,
Hosiery and Underwear.
Ladies hose, embroidered and with while feet. 15c 1
values for . I .
60 nnd 25cladles Lisle thread hose, plain, lace and jQ
emlroldered reduced to I ijK.
SPECIAL One lot of seconds in Boy's Hose, 25c and
15c qualities for this sale 10c
SPECIAL One lot seconds in.-Miases fine ribbed Host'
25c and Inequalities 'Cor tluVsale ..10c
25 and 15c tine ribbed and lace Hose,
Reduced to 19c and
25 nnd 15c Infants Black Cat Hose all colors
Reduced to 19e and
25, 15 and 10c Mens Half Hose
Reduced to 19c, 12c and
One lot Ladies Bleached Vests
15 and 10c Ladles half and wing sleeve vests
at ,. 12e and
23715 and 10c Ladies Vests reduced
to 19c, 12c and
50 and 25c Union Suits
Reduced to 39c nnd
25c Men's nnd Hoys Shirts and Drawers
20, 15, 12 and 10c Misses long Sleeve Huuzo Vests re
10c Misses sleeveioss Gavze Vests and Pants
10c Infant's Gauze Vests
25c Infants Mercerized vests with long sleeves, re
25c Nazareth Waists ago 2 to 12,
23c Muslin Waists with hose supporters
Wool and Wash Skirts
at Red Tag Prices
Wo have about thirty wash Skirts made of Ducks,
Coverts, and Linen llnished materials, skirts
that sold up to $1,50 Your choice,
Ladles Walking Skirts made of Panamas, Mohairs
mul plnln Cloths, Skirts that hold lor $5.00, 4.00'tO f(
and 2.50, reduced to 3.75, 2.75 and 4,JJ
Ladles Silk Skirts, made of soft finished Taffetas,
in iue new piaiieu styles, iu.uu to iz.50 sKins, C7 c
....... .. ........,.. h i mJJ
.Red Tag Specials
A Barrel of Ribbon, all Silk with Satin Edge, Blue,
Pink, Black. White and Red, 3, 4, 5 nnd 0 Inches
White Parsols, worth 1.50 and 1.23, IWtt tag
price i ,
White Parsols trimmed with embroidery edging
and incertlons, worth up to 2.50, Red tug price..
Umbrellas with Steel Rod and Frame, Congo han
dles, Red tag price,. ,
One-Fifth off on all Umbrellas.
60c and 25e Ladles Waist Protectors
at .. 39c and
2.23, 1.75 and 1,50 F.mbroldery Waist Patterns
at 1.50, 1.25 and
2.00, 1.50 and 1,00 It. X- O. Corsets at 1.50, 1.20 and
1.50 and 1.00 h'abo Corsets at 1.00 and
1,00 Globe Corsets at .7...
50c Saxton Corset at
Misses Tape Girdle at ,
White Bed Spreads
' Crochet Bod Sproads, hemmed ready to use full size
$1.25 and $1.00 kind reduced to $1,00 and
Fringed Ued'Spreadssome with cut covers, full size
Marsaillcs patterns, $2.00, $1,75 and $1.60 kind re
duced to $1,00, $1.20 and,,, ,
Lace and Ruffled Curtains
90, 75, 60, 40 and 30c RUIlled Net Curtains, 70, (X), 40, 32 35c
1.60, 1.40 and LOO Runied Net Curtnlus, 1.20,1.15 and 8O0
2.75 and 1.50 Rope Curtains for 2.25 and SI. 25
1,90, 1.75 and 1.50 Striped Madras Certains reduced to S 1 .25
B.OO, 3.25 2,75 heavy Tapestry Curtains, 3.50, 2.75 and $2,00
During this sale we wlllgvejvlh every pair of laco
Curtains you buy 1111 Oak Cffftaln Pol. 62 differ
ent patterns to select from. M.W) down to . 60c per
pair and all at Red Tag Prices,
The above is only a partial list of the good things we ofler during this sale. There
are huddreds of others that we cannot mention in this space. A visit to the store
during this sale will convince you 'that its "not a few things only" that we ofler
at a big reduction in price, but everything.
- Annual Big Red Tag Reduction Sale.
We offer these goods in many cases for less
we can buy them for ourselves.
India Linens that sold for 20c, 18c, 15c. 12Hc. Slic
and7)5c reduced to 15c, 12c, 10c, Cand
Corded Dimities that sold for 15c, 12c, 10c and 8!ac,
reduced to 12c, 10c, He nnd
Lace Striped Lawns that sold for 23c, 20c, 15c and
10c, oeduced to . 20c, 15c 12c and
Fine Sheer Persian Lawn that sold for 45c, 40c, 30c,
23c, 20c and 15c, reduced to. .33c, 30c, 25c, 20c and
Fine Embroidered Swisses that sold for 50c. 40c
nnd 23c, reduced to 3SC, 25c and
32 Inch Striped Madras that sold for 20c and 18c. re
27 Inch Piques that sold for 25c 20c and 15c, reduced
to 20c, 15c and
27 Inch Mercerized Wnlstlngs that sold for 23c and
20c reduced to 20c and
: inch Linen Suitings that sold for 45c and 40c, re
duced to .T 33c and
27 Inch Tan Colored Dotted Swisses that sold for
33c and 23c, reduded to
Belter Silks at Lower Prices.
27 inch China Silks, washable, regular price 50c'
Red tag price
19 inch Fancy Silks in small checks and stripes,
for shirt waist suits, regular prices 50c and Uc,
Red tag prices
19 In Plain and Fancy Taffeta Silks, reeular prices
Mc and 75c. Red tag prices
27 Inch Homespun Bilks, very ityllsh for wraps
and suits, regular price 69c, Red tagprice. . ..
27 inch Plain and Fancy Tafletas, desirable Silks
for Shirt waist suits, regular.srice 1.00, Red tag
36 Inch Plain and Changeable, Soft Finished Taffe
tas, reeular nrlee 1.00. Red taif Drlce
SCInch Black Taffeta Silk, good heavy weight, and jn
our regular 1.00 Silk, Red tagprice D3L
36 Inch Black Taffetas and Peau d Role, wear, guar-C -t f(
anteed, regular price 1,25, Red tag price 4) I JJ
36 inch Black Taffeta "Moneybak" and Peau de
Sole wear guaranteed, regular price l.sO, IteUC
tagprice J I J.J
SHIRT WAISTS and SHIRT WAIST Suits
The warmest weather in yet to come, you'll want
one or more of these cool comfortable garments at
these attractive prices.
White Shirt Waists made of India Linen, trimmed
witn line tucks, lace and embroidery insertions
open front and back styles, 1.33, 1.00 and 75c
waists, reduced to l.OO, 75 and
White Shirt Waists of India Linens. Batistes.
beautifully trimmed with line tucks, lace and
embroidery Insertions, open back and front
styles, long and short sleeves, 2.25, 2.00, 1.75 and T -t f(
1.50 Waists reduced to 1.60. 1.25 and 4) I .UU
White Shirt Waists, made of India Linens and
Batistes, elaborately trimmed with flue tucks,
Val Laces and Insertions, open baclcnnd front
styles, waists that sold for 5.00, 3.50 and 3.25, re- ") c f
China Silk Wnlsts in black, white and colors, trim
med wih lace Insertions, hemstitched plaits
and nne tucks, open back and front styles, long
and short sleeves, 4.00, 3.25 and 2.75, reduced to O t(
Shirt waist Suits made of India Linens, dotted
Swisses, Batistes, plain Linens, and Ginghams,
this season's newest and Intest styles, and sold
for 7.00, 5.00. 4.23, 3.25 down to 1.50, reduced to - (i
4.50, 3,50. 3.00 down to J) I .UU
2 spools Cortlcelli Silk Thread 50 yards at
25c Infant's Rubber Diapers
18 15 and 13c Absorbent Diapers at 15, 12 and
Oc Allover Gingham Aprons with runic a'.
15c Ladles and Child Bonnets
23o Emb. Wash Belt pearl buckle
1 lot Chlldrens Parasols '
60c Misses Wash Hats and Caps
75, 50 and 23c White Wrist Bags .'W, 23 and
Spolal lot Ladles and Misses Handkerchiefs 3 for
Sptclal 1 lot Pearl Buttons all s2zes, 2 doz for
San Silk and O. N. T. Luster Cotton, per 3pool
Spaclat Lot Ladles Neckwear
COc Infants crochet caps
Double wire Gas Mantles..,
60c attd 23c Ladles Hose Supporters! all kinds
ut 10c nnd
20c, 18c and tScChilds Hose Supporters black and
Short Sleeve Ribbon Arm Gurters
3.00, 2.75 and 2.00 Chlldrens' White Mohair and Serge
Coats at.. 1,, 1.50, 1.33 and
33o Security Placquet fasteners
50c Boys' Russian Blouse Suits
House Furnishings tRed Tfls
23.00 Smith's Mmlnlster 9x12 Rugs at
15.00 room size Brussels 9x12 Rugs
8.50 9x12 All Wool Rugs ,
1,00 Moquette Door Mats ',
2.50 grade 27x61 Moquette Rugs ,
3.59 grade 36x72 Moquette Rugs'
23, 20 and 15c China and Jap Muttlugs at. .,,20 15 und
1.00 grade Linoleum 2 yards wide at
Oil Cloth Rugs xi yards square ,
25c Water Color Window SMade at,.,,,,
60 and 40c Oil Color Shades, Ilartseoru Rollers 10c
l'.xtva Wide Shades 45 up to 72 in wide one-tilth off,
$l.V03-panel screens, stlkollne Mled at., ,.,
At One-Half Price
Wo have ubout 18 of
theso Jackets, always good
for spring and fall wear
und will sell them this way
$10.00 Jackets for SS.00
$7.50 Jackets for $3,76
$5.00 Jackets for $2,50
Mr. It. 0. Dollisou was u Col
unibiiH visitor Sunday.
Warren Rennet t and wife, of
Jackson, Bpent Sunday in Logan.
Miss Lou Parker is visiting rela
tives in Lancaster this week.
Mr. Harry Green is Able to b
out again after a week's illness.
Mr. Jacob Foltz, of Columbus,
guard nt tho O. 1'., was a Lognn .
visitor this week.
Mr. Will Tennjhlll, of Colum
bus, is the guost of relatives and
Miss Barbara llort wus serious
ly ill last week with an attaok of
Miss Carrie Lutz returned last
Thursday night from a vii.it in
Mrs. Joe Stroup and children are
ue9ts of Mrs James Kerr, of
Murray City, for a few days.
Muster Scott Geslin spent the
Fourth sight-seeing in the Capita).
Mr. Don Kessler was a visitor
Mi McArthur, yesterday.
Heinz Sweet Pickels COMLY'S.
Mrs. Hilly Davis, of Pomeroy,
visited Mrs. John Karshner, Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gano,
of NelBonville, were guests here
over the Fourth.
Mies Joe Chancy, of Athens, was
'he guest of Miss Blanche Stroup,
Stone, tin and glass fruit cans,
Mr. Dennis Moriarty, of Colum
bus, visited relatives here, Sunday.
Messrs. Joe Shrader-and Harry''
Ivrinn, of Columbus, spent Sunday,
Mr. Malcolm Grove and wife, of
Columbus, are guests of Logan
relatives this week.
Mr. Dick Kennard returned
Sunday morning from a few days
with friends in Juckson.
Heinz Sons Pickels, COMLY'S.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wakely and
infant daughter, of Lancaster,
spent Sunday in Logan.
- Mr. and Mrs. Jtss Kanode, of
Lancaster, are spending this week
with Robert Kanode and family.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto Kanode, of
Ccliimbus, are spending this week
Mrs. Arie Davis has gone to
Pomeroy, whore she will make her
homo for awhile with Mrs. Wm.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lytic
and daughter, Dorn, visited Mr.
nnd Mrs. Walter Becker, at Mor
gan Station, ovei the Fourth.
Mesdames E. A. Caine and
Maude Wiight were Sunday guests
of Mrs. John Hodepouch, of Lan
caster. Miss Edna McDonald and Miss
Audrey Graham visited relatives
iij Columbus for several days this
Miss Vivian MoVey returned
Sunday evening from u visit of
two weeks with Lancaster rela
tives. Mr. G. H. Kennard and son Dick
loft on Monday to spend a week
with Mr. and Mrs, Hayes L. Jones,'
Dr. MoManigal returned Sunday
evening from a stay of two weeks
ut his old home, Lewistown, Pnn
sylvnnia, Married, at his residence in Lo
gon, by Uev, J. F, Williams, Jun
80, Mr. John M. Shelton and Miss
Blanche Deal, both of Murray
Dr, Kdgar W, Work, of Colo
ratio Spring1, preached in the
Prt'abyterian Church here, Sunday
evening, to a union meeting of the
Methodist and Presbyterian con
gregation. Ills sermon was much