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title: 'The Democrat-sentinel. (Logan, Ohio) 1906-1935, July 19, 1906, Image 5',
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Mr8r Cnssio Clark, of Hfte,4vlBn?.
ed relatives hero Inst week.
Jf Mr. Jchso Muttox, of Newark,
Wiib n guest nt tho Warner House,
((ntrity,' " p . .? t tt "
Mrs, Win. Sowderw mid children,
' of Knnsas, nro tho guests of her
. ' brother', S.' M. Hone. '
. Mr.ifraiiots Ungor, of Col,um-
y Iiiib, .wub a Logan visitor Wednes
. . ,
Homer Kriog and family, of
Jtfelsonvillo, spent Sunday with
relatives hero. , ,
! Dr.- Allan visited his mother,
Mrs. E. A. Allen, and sister, Mrs.
Giliilnnd, in Delaware, Sunday.
. Mr. A. C. Tlptoii( who is ill of
typhoid i fover, is progressing
MesBrs. Tom Eborst and. .lud
Shriner were Lancaster visitors,
Supti H. T. Silvcrthorn left on
Tuesday for a Bhort vacation with
relatives in Mount Sterling.
, Mr, Edward Rohror, of Zanes--ville,
is visiting his brother;, J. F.
Rohror, and family.
. Miss Emma Snider was in Col-
, umbos yesterday, attending the
alumni convention at St. Mary's.
Miss Alma Hall was the guest
of friends in Athens, Tuosduy and
- -.p. -,
Will convince the most
IH BR OS.
always are the
It's a common thing now
days to see advertisements
o unusual dimensions
thrown broadcast, and signs .
Hoated in glaring headlines
, SALES, which afte r all
only mark the placesof High
Prices during the season
when you need Clothing.
-Just a moments thought
will bring, you face to face
with the fact that-no busi
ness can oxist without malc-
, ing a fair profit pn goods
sold. Tlds being true no
store can afford to sell goods
at cost or below cost (except
the closing out of odds and
ends) Unless the profits
inado during the season
were sufficiently LARGE
to cover tho loss caused by
such sales If honestly con- ,
We don't believe in tlio principle
of charging you $15.60 to
$16.00 for a suit during the
Season when you need Clothes
and then sell the same suit to
your neighbor at the close
of the season for $12, A price
it should have been sold at in
is to put the price DOWN
to where whore it belongs
at tho beginning of tho sea-"
son and which is the samo
to and youi; nolgldKir.
and you will find that t
always pays best to 'buy
(Nothing, Hats. Cuh,
CilMVOfl unci Work
&htJ&X$P 3h$ lit . W'i? W$.
child, or Zaneflvllle, are visiting
friends and relatives in Logan.
""IFOR SALE A good Jersey cow.
Call on oraddreija.' i" '
I Vow-Ami Mter!
W. II. Hudson, of Murray City,
was in Logan on business, Satur
,fri f: 1. .y ,
tii-V -T rM
Mrs. William Kluele is tile guest
of relatives in Uloksvllle for a few
Mr. Charles Wolfo who hns been
working In Junction Oity is spend'
ing this week at home.
- - - -,.., .. .
Mrs. Carl Roller and little
daughter, of Cincinnati, are visit
ing Mr. and Mrn. Calvin Hopkins.
Harry YonU and Joe Kerr at
tended the ball game in Lancaster
Mrs 1. I. KitiBor and children
are visiting her parents at Elk
-F6rk, Vinton Co.
Miss Nello M. Bray is 'spending
a week witli A, A. Dowd and
Misses Sarah and Minnie Mooro
have gone to ' Cleveland for tho
' Ralph Edmiston, of Charleston,
West Virginia, 1b spending some
time with relatives in Logan and
Mr. and Mrs. Harley M. Whit
craft, and Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles
DeiHltley, spent Sunday (at the
Mr. Ralph Edmiston and son,
Joe, and Mrs. J. J. Snider, are
visiting Mrs. Maine Edmiston, of
Miss Etta Sayre, after spending
ten days here as the guest of Miss
Eva Nail, returned todier home in
Messrs. Bade) White and Phil
Mc.Cuithy are in Deluth, Minn,,
Rado to visit, and Phil has se
cured a position.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hudson re-
turned Saturday evening from .a
very enjoyable visit with Mr.
Hudson's sister, Mrs. Triest nenr
Mr. and Mr. Chns Loamon, of
Lorain, O. are spending their yaca
tion with Mr. Lemon's mother on
North Walnut St. Mr. -Lemon is
employed on tho Erie R. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Upton Miller and
daughter, of Chicago, were guests
of J. W. Gabriel and family for a
few days, leaving for home on
Mrs. Lavinft' J. Heinlein, of Or
Innd, who has been spending the
past month with her daughters,
MesdanieB J. M. Bray and S. M.
Hono, has returned home.
Mrs. C0. Allen and daughter,
Nellie, go to Charleston, West
Virginia, tomorrow, where they
will visit the family of L. D.
Miss Olive HanoBwortli, of New
urk, who lias spent the past week
with friends and relatives in Lo
gan, returned to Her Home, bun
day. Mrs. A. A. Dowd and children,
of Wellston, nnd Miss Mary Eliza
Higgins, of Columbus, were tho
Sunday guests of .1, M. Bray and
Mrs, wTh. Dovore, ftiTs. II. D.
Dovoro, little Kenneth Dovore and
Miss Beatrice Miitliews, of Vinton,
were Sunday visitors with Mr. and
Mrs. J, B. Dollison.
Sam Jones, tho groat evangelist,
will address tho Camp Meeting As
sonibly at Lancaster on Sunday,
August 10, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
and 2 o'clock p. in.
WANTED A Ilvo Hustling man
as local manager. Salary $05 per
month and oxpenses. Call Satur
day, July 21, at room 01, liempel
House, after 2 p. ui.
P 'PI ' ' -w T !
The books of the County
Treasurer close for settle
ment Saturday, July 21.
Have you paid your taxos?
MiBs Alma Neunherz and Miss
Stella Hamilton, of Columbus,
wore guosts of Mr, and Mrs. John
Bowen in Logan, Sunday. Miss
Hamilton is ii sister of Mrs,
Dt. Baldwin, of Grant Hospital, ,
Columbus, operated upon Kerwood
Martin, the eon of Probate Judge
F,Pf Martin, last Sunday morning,
for appendicitis. The patient
ataou the operation wen, unci is
reported tft. iij, fairway to.
The , county -.. commissioner
'pa wd a resolution laiV Saturday
to permit the URe of n part of the
public rondj between Huohtcl and
Murray Olfy forjtraction purposes,
under ' certain conditions. The
Nolsonvillo, AthonB and Glouster
Traction Company purpose to malco
this a part of their hue.
j-jLast r Friday evening Loyd
Mount gavo a croquet party to a
number of his frlonds. Croquet,
music and refreshments of.- ice
cronni and oako wcro enjoyed, and
at n Into hour Johnnie .Graham
sang his favdrite ballad, ''In the
Shade of the old Apple Tree" after
which all went home,
Mr. George Kennnrd in company
with Mibb Marguerite Cook, were
in a pretty oxoiting rtfn-n-wny
while driving from Nelsonvillo
Sunday evening. Outside of both
being bruised and shaken up, no
serious injury was done. Tho
horse became froightcned at n
ra.il road train.
Tho very sad funeral Of Wm.
Yost, the lineman that mot his
death here last week, took place
at Cpshoton, Saturday morning.
The remains were accompanied
from Logan by -the wife of the de
ceased, her mother, Mrs. Stubbs,
and brother, W. H. Stubbs. These
good people have the deep sym
pathy of our community.
Mr. Frank Eberst was appointed
on last Friday night. Chief Forest
er of the local camp of Modern
Woodmen. Tho appointment wu'
made by Consul W. A. Henderson.
The Chief Forester is'hsad of tho
degree team, or uniform rank, and
nominates Bi'xteen other members
to assist him in conducting initia
Wigwam of Tusoalnosa Tribe
No. 59, Improved O. R. M. Loguiu
Ohio, Sleep of the Iff Sun Buck
Moon G. S. D. 415:
Whereas, theGreat and Supreme
Spirit of tlie Universe, has in His
infinite wisdom removed from
among ub one of our worthy and
esteemed laborers, David M. Ka
Whereas, the long and intimate
relation held with him in the
faithful discharge pf his duties in
this society makes it emiently be
fitting that we record our appreci
ation of him. . Therefore
Resolved That tho wisdom and
ability which he has exercised in
the aid of our organization bj'
service contribution nnd counsel
will be held in grateful remem
brance. Resolved That the removal of
such u life from among our midst
loaves a vacancy that will be
deeply realized by all the members
and friends of Tuscaloosa Tribe
and will prove a serious loss to the
community and public.
Resolved Tlint while we deeply
mourn his death we will ever recall
with pleasure his frank and genial
nature, which mndo his presence
at all times desirable in our wig
wam and around our council band.
Resolved Thar with deep sym
pathy for the bereaved family and
friends of the deceased knowing
that griof causes an unbidden and
'unwelcome guest and that sorrow
and misfortune gather around us
causing our hearts to almost break
beneath their weight and that it
is in these dark hours that the
heart needs the comfort and kind
ness of symyathizlng friends and
we exprehs our hope that even so
great a loss to us all may be
overruled for the good of Him
who doeth all things well.
Resolved. That In deference to
his memory the Charter of- Tusoa
loosa Tribe bo draped in mourning
for a period of thirty suns.
RoBolved That a copy of theso
resolutions bd spread upon the re
cords of this organization, a copy
printed in the locul papers, and a
nqpy forwarded to the 'bereaved
family, ' '
J. K, RjlOllKSTKIt,
W. W, Kn,
City Plants Lower Taxes.
Wollston, O., July J, (Spl.)
City Clerk J, S. Kennedy has just
certified to the County Auditor
theWellstan rou,n.iQip'l tax levy
for 10Q7, which will, without;
, , fc b' t,' . t , ', Stt
The levy for 1007 1b 7 mills. Last
yeat'B levy waB 8J mills and was
only duplicated by ono oity in the
State. Newburtr, a suburb of
Cleveland. All the others ranged
from 10 to 22. wills.
,J Wollstau ownp Its wa light
Xilant and wtw -work.
Men at Kerlin Bros. Plant
On Tuesday Kerlin Hros. put 20
DngoB into their clay mines whjch
caused a rtimptiB among the em
ployee, who held a meeting in the
evening and waited upon the man
agement, nud receiving no nompro
iiiIrc, two-hundred men refused to
go to work this morning, hence
tho plant is shut down.
The men refuse to work along
by the side of Dago labor, and ask
that Amerijnn labor be installed.
The company claim that they
do not mean to take anybody's job
away from him, and will confine
tho imported lnbor to the clay
banks until they can get caught
up with their work.
It is certainly a hard stroke to
Logan to have these labor troubles,
and it is hoped that matters will
bo re-adjusted soon.
On Saturday night oflicera Allen
and KriBhbaum investigated the
alleged gambling house of White
and ladwin on Main Street, and
secured evidence enough to file
affidavit against both for exhibit
ing devices for gain. The case
was aet beforo Mayor Dollison at
1 O'clock today. Before trial time
White came and plead guilty and
was assessed $25.00 and the cost.
The case against Jadwln was dis
missed because the Village could
not establish the fact that he had
any r.wnership or agency in the
A young lady, Mian Linton, -f
near Ilesboro had tl.c lU'.-fr-rtrne
to lose two fingers Satii'dny L t1 1
explosion of a canrrn finckei.
A few days ago Editor Chatfield
was a" visitor in Logan being pilot
ed around b' Ricketts and White.
Js it possible the the Square Deal
loader hns "jined" the Bosses?
Misses Frances and Helen
Kirshner. sisters of Mrs. Will
Snider, with Delmer and Erftinh
Edniondston, cousins are the
pleasantly entertained guests of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Snider.
Notice of Appointment.
Hatnte at Lewis Coakloy ileccnaed. The
undersigned Una lie on appointed nnd (nulli
fied ns Administrator with the Will nn
noxed of tlie Kslnto of Lewis Couklay into of
Hocklnir County, deceased. Dnted this ill
dny of July A. I), num.
uly in, 8-w Administrator
Notice of Appointment.
Kslutoof Kmuk Myurdoeonsul. The un
dersigned litis been appointed nnd iiunlllled
ns Administrator ' tlie nauuo oi r runn
Myer Inteof llik-kluK County, deceased.
Dnted this lUdtiy of .luly A. I). l'.KXl.
K UVAIIDN. llKCIv
July IV, U-w Administrator
"COURT HAS NO
Grand Jury Investigating Rebates at
EVIDENCE GOES TO CHICAGO
Robbare Work a Nev Schtme on Sa
loonkeeper at Youngstown Tw
Hur.uandii ot Same Woman Accl
dentally Meet at "Ball Oam.
Floou'! In Eastern Ohio.
Cleveland, 0., July 18. -The federal
Brand Jury, which lias been In sesslou
hero Investigating ullesod violations
of tho later-state commerce laws and
autlralhoad robuto laws, adjourned
without brineing la any Indlctmenta.
Tho Investluutlou was directed pur
tlouliuly concornliiL' the Standard Oil
company and tho I.aUe Shore railroad
company, and was the result of testi
mony ot witnesses beforo tho Inter
state commurca coimnUslou lioio ie
cently. The failure to return luulct
intuits, it is officially stated, was due
to the fact that the Investigation de
veloped tho fact that the eouit hore
was without Jurisdiction of the alleged
offenses upon which testimony was
given, and all of tho evidence secured
here Is to bo transferred, to the feder.
al olllclala at Chicago, where tuu
cases are to bo piesented.
Woman's Two Huabandi Meet,
Cincinnati, O., July 18. Two men
claim Mrs. Joseph Morau as their
wife., Moran says he man lot) lior 16
yoaru ago at Aberdeen, Ohio, having
eloped with hor from Maysvllle, Ky.,
when Hlte was only 13 years old.
Thomas Connors says he married the
woman on June 1 Neither anew of
tho existence of (he other until they
met at a bull game and Cuuuors
showed his new found, friend tho pla
Ur tot hla bride-, ,
Tag Reduction Sale
ONLY TWO DAYS MORE
Saturday will see the close of this great sales
event. We mean to wind up this sale in a blaze
of glory. To that end we have sorted and sifted
and cut out and clipped until values have in
creased and prices shrunken out of all propor-
HOW! WHEN! WHERE!
Can you hope to equal these sensational offer
ings? Not in this store nor any other store
we have knocked the bottom out of all rational
and reasonable price standards Prices will re
sume their normal level after Saturday. There
is an end to all things so don't forget these last
Gore and Gnen Twpfl L C.
Lathrop and wife, of Morriatown,
New Jersey, to the Columbus and
Hocking Clay Construction Com
pany,,, tho following described
tracts: First; (58.1M a. in Sec. 20,
Gore Twp; Second; Lot ii, Sec. 0,
Green Twp., containing 137 a.;
Third; 124.5 a. in Sec. )I5, Gore
Twp., Fourth; 20 a. Sec 33, Gore
Twp., Fifth; 200 a. in Sees. 35
and 311, Gore Twp., Sixth; 8.03 a.
in Fractioal Lot 0, Sec. 35 ;
Seventh; 73.83 a. in Fractional
Lots 1, 2, 3, and 10, Sec. 20, Goro
Twp , Eighth; Lots 5, 7, 10, 11,
12, 13, 15, 22, 23, 21, 25, 20, 27,
28, 20, 31, 32, 33, 41, 47, 48, 52,
53, 54, and 55, in the Village of
Hamlin, containing togothor 5.2 a.
Ninth; part of Lot 40 in Hamlin;
Tenth; Lots 2, 3, I, 0, 7, 11, 10,
17, 1,8, 20, 20, 27, 20, and 30, in
the Village of IJingorsville, con
taining together 3.51 a. ;
Consideration, ."fLOO and stook,
In the above moutioual company,
Logan. Homer L. Wright to
Kugenio B. Wright and Irma
Blanche Henna; to Kugenio B.
Wright, Lots 41, 42, and 53; to
Irma Blanche Henna, for life, Lots
108 and 303, reversion to Uobert
Wright; by doviae
Benton Twp. Joint Bold to V.
A, and G. B. Williamson, and S.
A. Wilkinson; 328 a. in Sees, 7
Benton Twp H. J. Chilcote
Guardian of Mina (Jhiloote, to
Lulu Cuiloote; 03.5 a. In See, HI;
Logan, Louisa and Clui'enue
Weaver to I'eter Killer; Lot 003;
Ward Twp, Henry A, Payne
to J. W. Downliour; 110, in Sec.
27 , -1520.
Ward" Twp,-Ju!ni W, Pownliour
and wife to Joint Green; 10 a. in
Lot ft, Sec, 27; and 1-10 a, In See.
27 ; -U.OO.
Carbon Hill. John V. Down
hour and wife to John Green ; Lots
101 and JOIh $t-Q0.
Starr Twp. KHen and John
Blackburn, to diaries HambHn i l.fj
a. the s. w. of Sec. 24 : $40.
Logan. S. Weldy to A. It. Mc
Brooni; Lots 1001 and 1002, Weldy's
Addition ; .tJSO.
Perry Twp Allen Chambers,
Administrator of the estate of Alex.
Chambers, to F. B. Chambers;
51.43 a. in Sec 33; -112354.
MirionTwp. Amos F. Carpen
ter and wife to B. F. Carpenter;
20.01 a. in s. w. of Sec. 30; and
37.27 a. in Fractional Lot 7, Sec.
Logan. .my E. and John A.
Easterling to p. J. Connors; Lot
1035 and part of Lot 1010, Kaster
ling's Addition; .1:80.
Washington Twp. L. G.f Mo
Creary and wife to John D. Barth
low; 2.83 a. in the
s. w. ot bee.
Laurelville. I. L. Mathias and
wife to Albert Crosby; Lot 11,
Allen Strous Addition; $300.
Perry Twp. John A. Vahderill'
and wife to J. O. Sloan; 40 a. in
Sec, 20, and 30 n. in Sec. 35; $1.00
nnd other considerations.
Logan. George K. Martin to
Sadie Bishop; Lot 524 ; $500.
Glenn Hamilton, of Adelohi,
Hobh County, and Rosa Karshuer,
of Salt Creek Township.
The first and final account of
Joseph Young, Guardian of Mar
th a E, Hockmnn, late Ills minor
ward, now of full age, was heird
July It, and npprovod, Balance
due ward was ordered paid and
reooipt filed, whereupon the guar,
dlan was discharged.
July 13, Cenoretta Jonas, Ad
ministratrix of the estate of Will
iam P, Jonas, deceased, returti';d
order of private sa'e, showing pro
perty sold to Hester B, Iloush and
Mary Frav.ee, for $500, Sale was
continued, and deed ordered.
Application was filed July 13,
by J, K, Canty, Administrator of
the estate of J, J. Snider, to dis
tribute assets of tho estate to the
heirs, in kind, towit, stock of tht
Snider Manufacturing Company,
to the amount of 030 shares.
Order for such distribution -vas
Traneeript from the Mayor's
Court, in the case of Tho State
of Ohio vs Pearl Nixon, was file
July 1 the defendant being oit
(on bond, .
A. M. Sparks, Logan, 0
Wi") Piano for 1m at the dollars
per month. VJ50 Piano for l!W); 27."
Piano for ICUO: WOO Piano for 220;
' :.-, Piano for 24.V. :W) Piano for
$27r: (io John Church Piano for
$320: !.V) KveiPtt Piano for M0.V,
V00 E?iett Piano for M10. These
Piano are ehiellj fioin the big- fac
tories of the big John C'hu -eh Co.
KverylKidy knows the old reliable
John Chinch Co. These Pianos will
be .sold at the alwve prices at live,
eitfht and ten dollars per month, six
per cent oil for cash, good only until
August 1st. This is your opportunity
to get a tellable make of Piano from
an old tollable Company at a remart
ably low price and extremely easy
(payments. Let everybody come in,
see tlie Pianos and hear the music.
A. M. Sparks,
Warrant for conveyanco of Jotio
Biggs to the Gallipolis State Hos
pital was returned by B. F. Morse,
Application for adminlBtratorof
tho estate of Hiram G, Lama, com
ing on to lie heard July 18, at 10
a. m., Hiram Lama, Jr., was giv
en leave to answer instanter.
The matter of allowance of
claims of Myrtle Gnuo, Adminis
tratrix of the estate of Peter
KittHiuiller, coming or. for hearing
July 1 1, all tho defendants being
in default for answer, final hear
ing was had July 18, and claims
Application to he appointedjid.
ainietrntor of the estate of Isaac
Erasure was (lied July 1ft, by L,
It, Buble, Bond was ordered in
the sum of $500, sumo filed and
approved, mid letters Usued.
j The School Board Monday night
.' deoted 'Ttt,,,ei oltr truant
ollicer nnd uomaa Brooker Jawltor.