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FOIt SALE A good one horse
wagon Call on W, L. Qngo,
Mr, nnd Mrs. Alfred Poling and
Mr, and Mrs. Ilorb Hob nro spend
ing ton days at Niagara Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Glms. Krlzoo, of
Nolsonvlllo, aro visiting In Logan
Mrs. Hoiihon Spurrier and MrH.
Ed. Ithodos, of Columbus, nro
guostB of relatives liore,
Mrs. Harry Gardner, of Bing
hutnton, Now York, is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Harrington,
Missos Helen and Jullu Ward,
of New Lexington, nro guests of
Mrs. M. E. MoBrido and family.
Miss Mary Vandervort, of Well
Eton, is visiting 0. C. Pierce and
fliiss Mabel bay roturneu on
Tuesday from a visit of several
months with relatives in Purls,
Illinois, and Indinnnpolie.
Miss Grace Bright and niece,
Alius Grace Cumeron, of New Lex
ington, ate guests of relatives in
Miss Until Henderson has gone
to Columbus where she has a posi
tion in the olllco of Mr. Clarenoo
MIbs Alice Schwenke left Sun
day evening to return to Washing
ton City. Miss Sohwenke will
finish her course ut the National
Training School in another yeur.
LOST Between Culver Street
on Muin, and the H. V. Depot, a
lady's gold watch with the mono
gram "J. S." engraved on it.
Finder notify this olllue and re
Slaters Comedians at tho Opera
House all of next week, commenc
ing Monday, August 20, a change
of bill nightly, opening Monday
night with the comedy drama "A
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. DoIHboii,
with their little girl, uccompanied
by Gladys Lehman, were guests of
the Deyore families in camp a mile
north of Vinton on Racoon Creek,
for the past ten days, A most en
joyable time was had, and the
Maypr is now enabled to cross
swords with any body on iish
Mrs. W. F. Eisele entertained
at CHrds a representative gather
ing of Logan's best Society at her
beautiful home on Walnut Street,
last Thursday evening.
ijk-A-A a hjsayyaaaia W3R3&M
YOU ARE CORDIALLY
I N VITED
To make our exhibit your, headquarters at the Fair
and our store your home while in town fair week.
We can show you the best and uptodate line of gas
heaters and gas ranges, coal and wood heaters, coal
and wood cooks and coal and wood sleel ranges, the
famous L. & W. line at prices and quality that will
When you want anything you use on the farm such as
disk and peg tooth harrows, wheat drills, breaking
plows, cream seperaiors, paints, oil, etc. we have
We are making a special run on fertilizer and grass
seed this year. See us before you buy. We have
the largest stock of hardware in the Hocking Valley
with less expense to carry it, which means a saving
! Tie Farmers'
Mr. Verli Davis, telegraph oper
ator for the Hocking Valley, and
MiBd Cntlmrlno Calvin, of Well
ston, woro matricd nt that plnco
on July d, Tho secret was woll
kopt, no nows of it reaching Lo
gan until Monday, when Mr, Davis
brought his bride horo, and mado
tho otmouncomont to IiIb astonished
friends. The acquaintance thus
happily oonaummated wns formed
whllo Mr. Davis was operator
Tho Llttlo Six waM entertnlnod
at euchre last Friday uveuing, at
tho home of Mrs. John F. White.
Mesdames II, Q. WasBon, o'f Col
iimbtiH, und George Reynolds, of
Athens, were club guests,
We were in hopes to have been
able to give all the names and a
sketch of their families of the
Homo Comers, from Van Wert
county, whom aro with us today
but Secrotary McCollough, of tho
organization informed ub it was
impossible to register them all,
owing to the party splitting be
tween travel by steum and electric
oars. Our citizens mot three
south bound trains Webnesday
evening, and a goodly crowd of
about 200 came to Logan for the
picnic and Reunion of today at
Rempel's Grove. They woro ac
companied by the Sugar Giovo
Unfortiuuttely the weather man
has kindly let the gentle rain fall
in unbroken stream this morning
and it looks very gloomy for the
picnic. The local committee heio
were expecting 100 'comers" but
the railroad mliundeistaiuling
seemed to muddle the mutter und
not so many came as was expected.
However Logan extends a loyal
greeting to our kindly friends and
visitors, and will try to show them
a good time even if the weather is
In the time of the ten-days out
ing of Mayor Dollison, tho mis
demeanors blossomed as the lose
in Logan, and the villugo chief
executive was compelled to return
two days of last week to grind out
some court. Ten oases in all were
spread out upon his docket all
having been disposed of up to date
except one, who is nt large.
Notice of Appointment.
Kstato of Homer A. l'leiiUmrn Uuconscd
Tho undersigned lint beou appointed and
quiiniiuu in iUUinmsinuor ni rue lisuueoi
Homer A. l'lmilJiam Into or Hocking Coun
ty, Uecflttspit, Dated tills r tiny of August
A. I). WW.
Aug. If), l-v AtliiiiiitatrulilT
Hooking County Fair.
Messrs, Adcolc, Cox and Wright
of tho Fair board wore in attend
ance nt tho Athens fnlr, Wednes
day, whoro thoy Bocured several
fast horsos for the races horo next
week. Thoy will attend tho Well
Bton races this week and try nnd
seouro tho best horses for our
taces. Whllo in Athens thoy
booked several concessions and
privileges and it moving picture
Don't forgot tho mid-air traposo
norformanco Thursday and the
balloon uhcoiibIou and parachute
drop Friday and Satuiday.
Three brass hands will furnish
mimic for the fair.
Special attention him been given
to the Ladies Department of Fine
Art and Fancy Work", Mrs. Will
Gail'iiey will have charge of the
hall nnd assist in arranging the
display under the direction of II.
G. Hansel. Tho services of an
export judgo who has had nine
years experience at tho state fair
and Is highly recommended has
boon secured. A ntunbor of ladies
have promised a large display in
this department. This will bo
the moBt valuable and richest dis
play ever shown on the fair
A largo display of poultry de
partment has been promised.
Thorc will be the laigest display
of buggies and farm hnplimonts
eyet shown in the Hocking Valley.
Oluldien under 12 yeais will be
admitted freo Thurbday.
Remember the special tniin will
ston ufc Gnninf's nnd Hunter street
ciossings. 10 cents one way.
The management have had the
buildings painted and the track
and grounds will be in fmo shape
und the people will be well cuied
foi. Remember the dates.
Ye Poor Editor.
If an editor makes it mistake, he
has to apologize for it, but if a
doctor makes one ho buries it. If
the editor makes one, there is a
lawsuit, iweaiing and the smell ol
sulphur, but if tho doctor makes
one, there is a funeral, cut (lowers
and the smell of varnish. A doc
tor can use a word a yard long
without knowing what it means,
but if the editor uses one ho had to
spell it. If a doctor goes to see
another man's wife, ho charges for
tho visit, but if an editor goes to
see another man's wife be gets a
charge of buckshot. When a doc
tor gets drunk, it's a ease of "over
come by heat" if he dies, it is
heart trouble. When the editor
gets drunk, it's a ottso of too much
booze, and if ho dies, it's a casnoi
delorium tremens. Any old collego
can make a doctor, You can't
make an editor; he has to be boin.
Death of Homor Pleukharp.
The nows of tho death of Homer
Ploukharp, on Friday of last week
came as n blow to his many friends
in Logan, and vicinity, In his
capacity as storekeeper at Cedar
Grovo, ho was an often visitor to
Logan and could name every person
here whom knew htm, as a friend.
A fow weeks ago ho win taken Rick
with bnvel trouble which resulted
in inllamatlon, and tho iliead ap
pendicitis took lil in oil', with but a
Tho funoral services were hold
at Ebeneezor church, on Sunday,
under auspices of Tuscnloosa Tribe
Red Men, of Logan, of which lie
was a iiieiubor. Judgo Wright
recited the Impressive ritualistic
servico, assisted by fourteen red
mon of Logan and a stioug repie
sentatlon of So. Rlooiningville.
Homer Plnukhnrp will he missed
in this community. He was a
good man and active in business
circles. Peace to his ashes.
Race War In'Ohlo.
Now Philadelphia, O., Aug tl In a
race svur between two gangs or At
nienlan ana Italian laboieis at Soinot
dale Tony Diatul was killed, Chillies
Anthony fatully Injuied, and seveial
otlicis boilously hint. Rovolveis, shot
guns and lai'ois weio Cieuly used.
John Stoik, un Atmcnlun, Is In jail
lift e ch;u Kod with mm dot In tho Hi at
device, and Valley Cope is chuiged
with inciting a tlot.
Daniels and Day.
Columbus, O , Aug. 14 Justice V.
It Day of the United Stites siipieino
court and Senatoi John W Daniels ot
Vnglnlu aie to be the ouitois at the
dedication of the McKlnlej luemoiial
which tho oltv and county ate jointly
electing at the main onti.ance of tlw
iitatehouse pounds. The dedication
Is set loi Sept 14, the llftli uimhor
suij of tho death of the pi evident.
Mute Struck by Tiain.
Wellston, O. Aus. 14 Pntilclc
Thackei, i!G, deaf and dumb, was. inn
down by a Hocking Valloj fi eight
near his home at Mineitun The at
tending phjulolans declate hhn to be
the worst injuted man to live they
have evei seen His skull -was crushed
in two places and Ilia palate was torn
Upper Snnduaky, O, Auj 14 A
petiiiled bodv was found In the Pleas
ant Hill cemotoiy, neai Monal. The
body was found whllo digging a gtae,
and althuugh hnii as f.to'ie was nat
ural in teatuies, and piovd to be that
of a Mrs Mllligan, who was but led
17 yeais ago
One of Triplets Dead.
Dolawaio, O, Aug 14. William,
one of tho tiiplets of Mr. ami Mis
Tiank h Alulller died, and nuothei of
the little bojs is seiiously ill The
tiiplets weio six months old. All
thi eo weio bos.
Scott Begins Sentence.
Columbus, O , Atirf 1 1 'Wlnfield
Scott, 00, was icoehed at the peni
tential y to begin his 7) ear sentence
foi embezzlement as deputy auditoi ol!
Of All Foreigners Who Can Not Show
Gilt Edged Credentials.
Washington, Aiir 11 Since the ie
cent attack on tho life of King Allonso
of Spain Mi let nieasiiies have been
Instituti-d to est iblMi the nationality
of loiuign"is I1 Mini; that countiy
The United States coiibiil at M.tdiid,
Maddln Summus, in a loltei to tho
state depaitincnt calls attention to tho
fact tiii Ainoi leans intending to
ti.ncl in Spain slumlil piowdc them
selves witli pusu'iuith Mi, Snnimuia
received a cummuuicatUm fiom the
civil gooi inn 'lit at .Madild a shott
time ago a:. Mm; that all Amci leans
lesidlng In thai cif piobPiit thorn
sehes at tho consulate and obtain a
coitiileato ab to tlielt nationality. In
some cases tho Am m leans had pass
ports, In t niiiii) had no documents to
niou tholi i aliunaliiv, and it was
with much itilllcuhs that the utatus of
such peisona was established I'oi
moil It wiu held tint all fmclgnoi.s
should have pnssiotis, but this was
tliPiiioilcul, and the legulatlou wan
not geueruliy niTpUeir to- poisons -to-sldlugu
in one place lows than a week
Now tho legulatlou will bo eufoiccd
Ran Amuck on Train.
Laeiosso, AVls , Aug ll. Sovon
men weio suilously injiucd, two pi oil
abl fatally, In a shouting and stab
bing affut) on a Chluigo, Milwaukee
& Ft, Paul tutlii at Spaita, Wis. Louis
Koltz, who said ho lUod ut Mllwaukeo,
uppaiantly becoming demented after
leaving a p.uloi car, whom ho was the
object f eoiuiuout on account of hlu
uuliempt appeal ancue, diow u knife
ami attacked the conductor. A stuig
glo followed dining which Louis Poltz.
of Milwaukee mib shot U times, and
may d(o W. V. Hubboll, villugo mar.
sluil of Spaita, was stabbed six times
nnd may dlo As tho tialu stopped ut
Spaitu I'Vlfz. jumped fioni tho car,
Aftei an encounter with the iiiaiahal
of Spuita Kolt4 was tmeBted.
Train Searched In Poland,
Warsaw, Aug 14. Tinlns on tho
Vistula rulhoud ciowiled with passen
gers tetm nlug f i om exclusions woie
stopped and sunouuded by tioops
near Warsaw whllo policeman minute
ly soorched tho cms and pausongeis,
airostlng 60 peisona. Tho chief of
tho workshops of tho rallioad horo
wns shot and killed. Tho assussln
"shot by Wife,"
Toronto, Kau, Aug 11. -John Don
obue, 70, a wealthy fiumor, was shot
nd killed at his homo near Covlle
y nls wife, whom he uttaokoit with a
butcheikulfo Mis UonoUuu hast not
kUn XIOW YWhh
what we want to Interest you In, Is the Clearance Sale of all Medium Weights and
tT'S A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY If jou realise what wo arc olTeilnif jou,-lt is
running close but we can still lit and please jou. We know there are some men
who need a suit foreaily fall and who hac a little money for a good Investment.
Good .style, clean honest goods, but we will sell them If the prices will do It. This Is
a splendid opportunity to lit out the bos from little fellows to big bo)s 10 and 17
years old. , . ,
AND h OFF ON ALL BOYS' SUITS.
Hi AND h OFF ON ALL MEN'S SUITS.
Look in Our Windows and See for Yourselves. No Inflated
values and Uien reduced.
A MON ICY SAVING
Death of Gus Floyd.
Augustus F. Floyd died at his
homo in the west end of Logan,
Monday at the age of seventy-three
3'euis and six uionths. Mi. Floyd
Was lnii u Duo. 1.1, 18112, in Em
luettsburgh, Mainland. In 188(1,
Ilia parents leinoved to Ohio. Fie
was educated in the common
schools of the state. In early life
he worked on the farm, and after
attaining manhood taught school
for so voi nl 3'eius. During the civil
war he enlisted in the hundred
day serviee, and on his return te
onteiedin the service of the United
States. lie was assigned to the
(52 O. V i. and served his country
till the close of the rebellion, being
piesent at Richmond at Leis sur
render. July It, 1800, Mr. Floyd
was united in marriage to Helen L.
Lyman, at Logan, and lived near
this place for the lost thirty-seven
ye.us, pursuing his occupation as
a fin in er. He became a member
ot the M. E. Church at Smith's
Chapel in 1875, and always en
deavoied to live a Christian life.
Funeral services were conducted
by lie v. ,1. F. Williams, at the
home. Wednesday morning, and
interment made in Oak Giove.
Mi. Floyd hud tho icspect of all
his, neighbors. So far us he was
able, he was always leady, with
an opor hand, to relieve tho wants
of any friend lequiring his assist
ance. He bore his niisfoitune and
suU'eiing without a murmur or
complaint. He is survived by his
wife, his son John, five brotheis,
and three sisters.
Stricken with Paralysis.
Tho many Logan friends of Mr.
Chillies A. Monioo henid with re
giel I ho news of a second attack
of paialysis suH'ered by that gen
tleman, Satuiday, while at the
Lniu'iiste,- Camp Ground, Mr.
Mom oo wns in Logan a few weeks
ago, and subsequent to his flrfrt
stioke, which had impaiied his
vocal organs. He and hiH family
weio at tho Camp Giound last
week, but Mr. Monioo was loft al
most alone Saturday, Mis. Monroo
having come to Logan for the day.
Ills light side was aU'octcd, and
tho power ot Bpeooh totally lost.
His sou, Ned Monroo, who was in
Logan, Tuesday, stated that Ills
father had millloioutly recovered
to bo able to walk about slightly,
but needs constant attention. Mr.
Monroe has the sympathy of this
on tiro community in his alllietion.
Death of Mrs. Kreitz.
Tho funoral of Mrs, Frod Kreitz
was at tho Hunter Street Luthoran
Cliuroh yesterday afternoon, Hov,
Spoohr ollloiating, Mrs. Kreitz
died at her homo In Ilaydonvillo,
Saturday uiglit, at an advanced
ago. Tho remains woro interred
MIsb Frieda I'oston, of Craw
fordaville, Indiana, arrived here
last evening, and will bo tho guest
of Dr. und Mrs. C. O. Alien,
To Continue One More Week
F. BLAS1US & S0N
Beneft Hocking County Fair
STOCK IS NOW COMPLTrE.
LATEIt, YOU CAN GET THE
This is a Straight Honest Opportunity.
CHANCE DO NOT MISS IT.
Hope To Go.
Cleveland, O., Aug. 14, 190(5.
Mr. J. H. Dollison.
Ab chairman of the recep
tion to be tendered to Mr. Uryun,
ut Madison Square Garden, New
York City, on the evening of Aug.
HOtli, I take pleasure in inviting
you to be piesent. In extending
this invitation I don't want to he
understood as urging you to make
the trip. There will, of course,
be a big jam at the meeting, and j
the demand for tickets of admis
sion will be overwhelming. My
hendquarters will be at the
Gregorian Hotel, 85th Street near!
Fifth Avenue. If you will call on
me there I will be very glad to
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the Uluoans who attend the meet-1
ing secure all the courtesies possi
ble. My services in thii respect
will be at your command. I want
all Ohioane to know that they will
be most welcome. I wish you to
feel that this invitation is 'oroad
enough to invite any of your
friends who mny desire to go.
lielieve me to be,
Tou L. JoiiNsoh,
S. S. Ruble wishes to notify the
people of Hocking county, and all
other counties that may be so
fortunate as to bo in possession of
a colt or horse sired by tho late
deceased Stallion "Alect" owned
by S. S. Ruble, Logan, 0., that
on next Friday and Saturday
meriting, during the County Fiir
at Logan, AugiiBt 22-25, Ruble
will give a free ejlt and horse
show for all colts sired by Alect
and will hayp ull colts divided in
their different classes according to
their uge from stickling to 0 vear
old, or tho oldest get each year's
colts show in soperato classes, but
all to parade ouco round the track
together, headed by 2 of stallion's
sons, Aleot, Jr., ulins "Kid Lo
gan" and Murks Aloct. This will
bo a grand opportunity for every
body to show their colts boforo a
good orowd of people, und may no
doubt bo the means of finding lots
of good buyers for j'our horses at
big prices, for people aro falling
over themselves trying to buy
colts from Alect, and I guess no
body is ashamed to show tho worst
one Alect over sired. There
should be at least 100 head of
horses shown at our County Fair
by Aleot, and T will give a prizo
or $5 in service fee from any of
my stallions to each class, and
there will be six or seven seperate
classes and the judges will ba se
lected to award the premiums on
that day. You oau 1bo show your
colts and horses in their classes ut
the County Fair, if you wish, and
get another prize or premium,
S. S, Ruiili:,
mmjummm Muaimuau ' mnyn
WE WILL TELL YOU
for the Republican Campaign Is Ap
proved by President.
SHERMAN SUBMITS PROOFS
Excerpts of Speaker Cannon's Speec-t
At Danville Alio Discussed at Polit
ical Conference at Sagamore Hill.
Shonts Reports on What I Doing
In the Way of Canal Digging.
Oyster Bay, Aug 14 At an Impor
tant political confpience at Sagamore
Hill, Congressman Shetman of New
York, chalinuu of the Republican con
gressional campaign committee, sub
mitted to the piebiuent proofs of the
I party's new campaign text book lor
, relslon and approval, besides several
arguments Speaker Cannon Is to make
in his conentlon speech at Damille,
111. Theodore P Shouts, chnliman ot
the isthmian canal commlslson, who
landed fiom Panama. Aug. 11, In
foimed the piesldeut of nftalrs on the
IsthmuH. Joseph B Bishop, seeietary
of the commission, came with Shonts
and remained u guest of the piesldeut!
Heniy V. Taft of New YoiU, bi other
of the secietaiy of wai, wns also n
guest, us uas Robett Bildges, the
authoi. Repiesetitative Lonswoith,
wrio Is a member of the campaign
committee, took pait In th political
Chad man Shouts of the isthmian
oanal commission said aftei his visit
to the president that ho gae the
piesldeut a leport up to date of the
progiess of canal wen Is. The question
ot most impoitauce conttontiug the
commission, he bald, is that of obtalu
lug labor. "Vj shall adortlse at
once for 2.5U0 Chinese laboieis in
China," ha said, "and give laboieis ot
that nationality a thoiough tii.il at
the woik. It hub been lepiesented to
us that they will be uioie satisfnctoiy
than any class of laboieis we lune
yet tiled. The Jamaica negioes whom
we have Iven an extensho tiiul havo
not proved satisfactoij Tho Spanish
laborers wo uie win king now to a
gieat extent ate eiy much better
tli an the Jamaica ueioes. We shall
eudeavoi to have laboieis of as many
nationalities a, we iuiv got to worlc
on the canal, as It Is bettor than hav
ing a laigei foue of one nationality"
Chalim.tn Shouts sits that condi
tions on thd isthmus .no eiy much
linpioved, and that both Seeietary
Taft anil liliiibeif will go with tho
piesldont wlum he makes his Inapee
tlon of tho woik hi November.
When Ropicseututhe Slieunun left
Sigamuie Hill he said that while ho
bud gone oei the couissiouul cam
paign with the piesldeut tlmioUKhly.
the piluclpal uhjuct of his lult was
to levlew the campalgu text hook,
which Is to Im Issued next wool:.
When Speaker Cannon, Ml Sherman
and other members of tho congres
sional coiumlttot visited the president
seveial weeks ago seveial mutteis tu
tie handled In the text book weie dis
cussed lu detail. Mr Sheiuinu said It
was desirable to go over these mat
ters am a I u with the piesldent boforo
the book should be given to the pub.
lie. Ho bald the piesldent appioved
ot the way in which the matters weio
"Tho hook will be a stand-pat doc
ument wth woid pictures ot the i co
ord ot the Republican paity and rea
sons why that putty should he Kept
in power," said Mr Sheimau. Mr.
Slteimaii spoke appieclutluily of tho
president's luU'ieat and assistance In
the campaign The outlook, ho said,
la good. "Of course," he iemal:ed,
"the Republicans are not goln$ to re
tain all the seats they now have la
the house, but we will remain lu act
ual control of the Sixtieth cougreaa.
Tat we aro sure ot,1
-- fr-HMii W. ,i,OM.ii
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