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A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.
PUtll.tHUKI) KVKtir THOnltJAY MOnXIKO.
flic Logan Printing and Publishing Co.
v I him l.C. Lowky,
II. (1, ltANHKI,
J. II. Dot.T.tlOV,
OlTlUKi-Iu Dolllsnn ltlock, Boutli Door.
Uiiteroil nt thu I'ostolllca In I.okiiii.OIiIo, lis
HccondClnsi Mnll Mutter.
Thursday, July 19, 1906
Kill run UBMOCltAl-ai-MIM.r.:
I bi'ieby iiniiounce my nnliin fur tlio noni-
Iniitlou of Infirmary Director of Hocking
Count nt tliu Democratic primary election
W'p unnniitu'e tho mimo of .IuiIko O. W.
If. Wright, of Hocking County, ns n enn
illilnto liefnro tlio Dpmocrntlc lonM'iillon
for (.'onifresimim of tlio hltnenlli Dlitilrl
Mr KJItor jileno nmioiinco the name of
lesie Untirlel 119 11 1'umlldntd for County
-Tn usurer. Subject to tlio Dpinocrntlc I'rl-
nuiiy Kleutlon. Many Dkmooii vti.
tie23j&, j9 JsISS'
lio wun Upfront' lila own jmrty, lio
tin ns tho KtbuulH otil mill trius tlio
democrats, on tho principle of, u
now broom sweeps olenn and ns a
salutary lesson to his own party.
There is 11 very nnturnl reason
why the corruptlonists niul graft
ers have grnyiated into tho repub
lican party for that class of politi
cian lins no regard for good gov
ernment, he is a spnilH-niougur
pure and simple. UoalwnyB joitiB
the majority and stays with it as
long as it pays him to do so. As
tho republican part' has" virtually
been in power for fort' yon is, the
democrats during thattiuio having
only controlled all ranches of tho
government lor two years, the
grafter has stuck like a leach to
the G. 0. V. Those in politics for
the money there is in it have there
fore all become republicans, for tho
enormous patronnge of tho presi
dent and the vast corruption funds
extorted from all classes of corpo
rations have enabled tho republi
can leaders to more than gratify
the longings of the grafters for
place and pelf so that the nntionul
republican machine and most of
state machines are entirely domin
ated by the worst element in the
part'. Cleveland Recorder.
- . -- . - A
W. J. BRYAN
The Next President of the United States
Corruptionists and Graft
ers. It is a matter of great satisfac
tion to Democrats that none of
their leaders have bepn found i
dentified with the numeious cor
niption, grafting and fraud scan
dals so far exposed. The reason
, f(,r this is that the Democratic
voters look much more closely into
the character of those who they
select to represent them and'keep
much closer watch of officials doing
than the rank and file of the Re
publican party does.. Diiectprim
.., anes are the rule in the Democra
(J tic party while with the Republi
. , cans corrupt caucus system is still
, almost universally maintained.
?! . Republican nominations are almost
,,.,, alwa's manipulated by the inner
, j ring of lenders who give the word
u that the ring candidates must be
, supported by the followers of the
., e, machine and are enabled to force
, gucli nominations in most cases
., through the power of public
plunder. The Republican voter
who refuses to register the choice
,.. pf the machine leaders is marked
r , for political slavghter, if he should
he bold enough to oll'er himself as
, , , a candidate. Jn tho distribution
. of national, state and local offices
4 ,, the Republican roformot has no
A pattorlor. The meanest raf tors
,, in tho ranks aro preferred to tho
honest and independent voter who
3 , dares to disputo with tho RepuMi
,s , ean boss the availibity or honesty
. 4of his selections. -.
yr- .Under such a system, in which
cold cash and patronage of office
., , are the chief mainspring, it natu-
s.swHy follows that corruptionists
i , andgraflors have been selected for
. appointive offices, to the great scan-
,s . dnl of tho Republican party and
y , ,it,s,Io6s of the rospect of moBt lion-
est voters, N t content with filling
, , olljeos, bptlj national and state,
s with niany most unworthy reoipi-
, y,nts, many of those elected to con-
j gress and the state legislatures
11 haye deliberately refused to carry
. iout pltfprm promises, or tho will
ji(of their constituents, Thjs has
beep g.ojng pn for years, until the
(xposiired came and the peoplecun
be fooled no longer.
Tjio yotersof the United States
HtrV-now in''hotittO'Cloanlng mood
and it willbdjllleult, if not dan
goroiiB, to try and got thorn to
flight the job. Whitewashing is
unpopular and slurred over inves
tigations aro laughed to scorn by
lioiiuit voters, Ho is not in a mood
to U trilled With and is rampant
for reform and experience shows
r'liht when aroused to a full sen e
"hT'tiie corruption and gruftfng he
has been the victim of, he will be
J satisfied with nothing leas than
real reform. Experience also
shows thftt When the independent,
rpuuulloau "voter eaftnot get whf
Assessors Hold Over.
The piesent assessors hold over
to next year, so that the question
of the election of new assessors
will not arise till then. Secretary
of State Laylin is of the opinion
that the courts will hold that the
office of assessors has not been
abolished, and that if no provision
for election is made, the township
trustees will appoint in the country
and county auditors in the cities.
Under Water 23 Minutes-
Washington, July 14. One of
the most remaikable cases of resus
citation ever reported to'the life
saving service has just been sent
in by Knowlea, superintendent of
the third district.
The case is that of Robert Moon
ey, who was thrown into the water
neai Wakefield, It. I., on .luly 4,
by the capsizing of a boat, and,
according to the official leport,
remained under water for 23
When first aid was givon from
three and one-half quarts to a gal
Ion of water was expelled from
the lungs. A second operation
brought another pint of water
from Mooney, who bore all tho ap
pearance of a drowned man.
Artificial respiration was employ
ed for an hour and 18 minutes be
fore the first signs of returning
consciousness were apparent.
Friction and hot stones were then
applied and the bellows movement
continued. The patient did not
recover complete consciousness
until the next day after the accident.
uv 'Mq dlMb-Summmer
STARTS FRIDAY, JULY ,13th, 1906,
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GREATEST MONEY SAVING
EVENT OF THE SEASON : : :
One-Fourth, One-Third and One-Hal
On All Mens, Boys and
BLASIUS & SO
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WATCH OUR WINDOWS
Mr. J. U. IJrown, of Columbus,
visited Sundry with Mr. and Mrs.
E. M. Brown, near the Fair
Giound, and Mr. and Mrs. W. It.
Nail and family. Miss Eva Nail
Mr. Charles Mauk, who wont to
Birminghan, Alabama, June 1, to
become engineer on the Louisville
and Nashville Railway, has re
turned to Lancaster and resumed
a fnrmnt c na Trnrrl nnaltlppr
returned with him Sui.day evening 'here Hfl found the climate of
for a week or ten days visit.
the sunny South unsuitable.
MID-SMI MARK DOWN SALE.
A Torrent of
A ronl nnd unmistakable money saving event, for
those who have not yet attended our remarkable
Mid-Summer Clearance. We're near the close of
our great cleaning up Umo and in jronr own inler
terest, we ask you to carefully note tho hundreds
of attractive bargains that have never been adver
tised. All destinctive and fashionable goods that
will not permit of any kind of disappointments
marked down regardless of their real Value, and if
you know a bargain when you se it, you'll need
no second bidding to avail yourself of the extraor
dinary values that are ollbred here.
If the searchlight of publicity
were turned on you, what sort of a
figure would you cut?
This is the day when men in
high places are being caught in
the muckrake and held up to pub
lic view, while the hitherto hidden
deeds of their lives are revealed.
Possibly you sit bnok and look at
such a man critical", while you
tell your friends how deplorable it
is to find th it a. wolf could so long
have been disguised as a sheep.
But put yourself in his place.
How would you appear in the 'eyes
of the world7WoiiJd it bo found
that your gnod reputation has been
built nu the solid rock of truth
and B'onor, or jm the shifting sand
1 KwAbKB&sHHHsVjHIHv7iH 1
i iii Mi win 'ii wmmmm iwirii ' iw
Tho house and lot known as the
Ambiose homo on High street be
tween Main and Hunter streets.
For further particulars apply to
II. F, Ambrose or J. A. Nhile.
July 5, 8-w
Last Dance of the Season.
On account of receiving so many
requests The Logan Orchestra will
give ono more dance before closing
the season until Soptember. Same
will bo onnext Wednesday even
ing, July 25, at Red Men's Hall
from 8 to 12 p, m. All aro cor
dially invited. Ladles free. The
mombers of tho Orohestru hopo nil
the dancers will turn out and
make this last dunce a success.
Don't have a falling out with
your hair. It might leave you !
Then what? That would mean
thin, scraggly, uneven, rough
hair. Keep your hair at home I
Fasten it tightly to your scalp j
You can easily do It with Ayer's
Hair Vigor. It is something
more than a simple hair dress
ing. It Is a hair medicine, a
hair tonic, a hair food.
Tb4 bet kind of tostlwonlal-
"Noia lor over sixty jmii."
It J, C. i;rO., IfU, tfrlll
Alto wniiainiMWf i 9t
IJ&i j,fBHf HCftifcU.
Sweeping Reductions on Man Tailored Skirts,
Tailored Jacket Suits, Ready-to-Wear. Shirt
- Waist Suits.
Don't deny jouiself the pleahtue ot being well dic&scd. Bar'
tfalns woith your while to Investigate on all talloied gaiments
Styles that will bo good for months ahead, 'materials that
tho best of servlco, marked at astonishing reductions.
Mid-Summer Sale Tub Suits, Seperate Skirts
; and Wash Waists. .
ALL MUST GO baforo another season, If In need of' these
garments we-are offering them at prices that will now enable
,ou to have several suits. " '
Strong Silk Values in High Grade Taffetas and
Two Toned Effects.
Maivelous reductions that will appeal to the most continued
bdigalii seeker, They're ciisp and new, the tones aro fash
lonably correct, tho best possible values offeied anywhoie.
Will cost you double tho money at close of Bale,
SLASHING CARPET AND CURTAIN
CLEARENCE SLE of Oxfords and High
top shoes for men, women, boys and
ffBllia Stain S m
ipposeveryuoay were found
ouw Who would rise and who
Ono thing is sure, there'd bo
some surprising shifting in posi
tion among tho men who aro play
ing tho game of life. Many who
are now serenely occupying the
seatsiof tho mighty would be sliat
tered in their fall, while others
who have been unnoticed in tlieir
obscurity would be found on high.
Where would you land in th5
The large majority of people
know what is right and what is
Wrong. But there are plenty who
take ns their standard tho saying,
"a thing is right until you're
caught doing it." This is the
stumbling block that has caused
the fall of some men who, until
lately, had occupied positions that
commanded tho envy of a lot ofj
other folks. J3ut it happened that
iney wore round out, and tlio re
sult is they're miserable and wish
ing they hadn't done It.
Rut the truth is that they are
wishing this not so muoh becaiiHO
they haye wronged others as bo
cause they have lost the respect of
their followmcn, IJot a Yory high
ethical reason, but one that comes
yory near the truth. For every
man longs for tho rospoofc of
others. Haying to choose between
(ho two he,d rather loose his for
tune than this respeot.
When the orld turns n cold
shoulder on a ina,n ttje, fruits of
his. life's la,bo: becomes bitter ns
the apples of Sqdom, As' lqng as
he qan go about poyorlug his sins
frpm the eye,s qt (ho world under
the olptik of respectability those
sins don't bother him very piuoli.
Hut once let that cloak be torn
from him and those bJiib revealed in
Ml tlieir liUleouaiiops and., he. be
qomes miserable inflect).
Perhaps you Jeejr at euph a man
and polnf; him out,(o others as an
example of how low a man can all
when once his real nature s re
vealed, If you do this 'Mb sfo to
8&y you instinctively draw your
own cloak the closer about you,
oven as you jaer, Yph IcnoW what
is underneath (hat oiqak. altho
you may try to forget feuppoa?
your turn popes to )o6 it, Hpw
win you iook men
The most satisfactory school In all Ohio. Hundred-; of graduates In positions
show the results of careful training. Indorsed unanimously by Columbus citizens.
A Discount of 10 per cent, allowed to the first
student enrolled from any town. Car fare paid.
Each and every student receives careful personal instruction. A faculty of ex
pert teachers. Remunerative positions secured for all graduates. Tuition reasonable.
Students may work for board while In attendance. Fall term opens Sept. 10, 1906,
Write today for free circulars. Inquiries cheerfully answered by letter. Address
J. E. JOINER, President, Empire Theatre Bldg., Columbus, O.
BUSINESS COLLEGE &&
tohool of bustnesi la the State ot Ohio. All ot Its
graduates without an exception an employed. To
the Aral representative of a town ire offer a all
oountofBper cent, eoouro positions for itudenta
to work for their board while attending achool.
Opes all year. New classes formed erery llenday.
Write for eataloguo. Address.
BUSS BUSINESS COLLEGE, Columbus, Ohio. '
position it doesn't pay to adopt a
plan of life which, if it wore tound
out, would be one's ruin. -Glaring
examples of this have been to
evident the ptst year. Men have
died of broken hearts because they
have boon obliged to stand before
the world in their 'true naturoR,
and others have hidden themselves
from public, view under the plea of
ill health. They cannot stand be
ing seen by the world without
their cloak of respectability. Bit
terly have they learned that their
method of getting along in tho
world dqn't pay.
And if it doesn't pay in this
world, what are we going to think
when soul meets soul face to fnoe?
If you shudder now at the thought
of tho searchlight of publicity,
what will you do when you enter
whore all you can possess will do
your true nature?
Specials Defeat Athletics.
Rio Grande, Gallia Co. ,0.
Teims Hegin Aug. 27; Row 2, 1900
and .Tan. 28 and Api II S, 1007. Tui
tion: Common Branches $0 per term;
Higher $7; Music $8. Couisqs of
Study: English and Normal; Scien
tific r-reparatoiy; Classical Picpara
tory; Scientific Collegiate; Classical
Collegiate; Music. English and Noi
mal aiu Scientific Preparatory Couis-
lt(i lIIMrAl 1 awl j-i 1 rt ian 1 tt.....1
t-? ioiioch ami, uiiiujumi, SUIIII lOli
clicular giving every particular, Ed
peclal oik in Civil Engineering and
Busincss.'includlng Stenography and
Typewriting. Boaid with furnished
loom $2.50 per week. For catalogue
or circular, address,
JOHN M. DAVIS, President
JOHN D.'lIOLCOMB, Sect'y
July 10, 4-w
. A picked team under tho man
agement of Sumner S. Bright de
feated the Athletics yesterday af
ternoon, at tho Logan ball park,
by it score, ot thirteen to seven, '
The play was very spirited
throughout, and tho game was
wa tolled vith interest by i good
oroWd of spectators. Following is
Tho score by innings:
Specials Q0201282 818
Athletipa 0 2 0 0 4 10 0 0-7
Hits; Specials. 0; Athletics, 11,
Errors: Specials, J ; Athletics, 8.
Batteries t Speejal;, S, Q, Bright
and Oherringtvn; Athjotios, F,
Allen and Burned,
Struokout; by Bright, I);
Baso on halls: off Bright, 1 ;
Hit by pitched ball: hyAllen?l.
Double play: MoMmiical to
Umpire; F, M. Wright,
All , per.oiu holding claims
against, or knowing ChemseW in
debd tOt the late Frtik Myr,
will BftUle with the undersigned, i
teSiZa I Beauty I
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whitest teeth turn yellow, and
the most luxuriant hair fall out.
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or retain your beauty. More
over you must use only the pur
est and best toilet helps poor
toilet Dreoafutlona are wimn
We can supply you with pure,
fresh and wholesome toilet goods
of every description, vye are
convinced or the superiority of
REXALL Toilet Preparations
for we know their Ingredients,
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kills all germs and sweetens the
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