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Thursday, Sept. 6, 1906
The Next President of the United States
Democratic Primary Elec
On Saturday of lost week the
Democratic county primary elec
tion was held through out the
county. It was very quiet, less
than 1000 votes being cast, be
cause there was no opposition on
the ticket. J. W. Gabriel was
nominated for County. Treasurer
No one can say a harmful word of
Jess, lie is a good man, an en
thusiastic, public spirited citizen
and would make a most noble
Treasurer of the county. He will
take hold of this campaign and
make it lively. '
Mr. J. E. Barron, of Rockbridge,
was nominated for county commis
sioner. "Tobe" in a first class
man, a carpenter and contractor
by trade, and will be of good ser
vice to the county in saving money
by his experience.
The democratic candidate for
Infirmary Director nominated is
Mariou Nutter. He is one of
Hocking's good, substantial citizen
A man of integrity and honesty.
He would make a most excellent
Tho several precincts throughout
the county elected central commit
teemen but as yet we have not
heard from all the precincts. We
will publish a list of the commit
teemen next week.
Boys' & Children's
Are the DliST that can be bought
anywhere at the price.
Their Style, Quality and
Price will appeal to the nio&t
critical and economical buyers
In any community. The cheap
.Shoddy kinds llnd no room in
our htore because
Our Success Depends
a? on Your Satisfachnn
if AVu arc now showJmr the very
latest stylos for fall In blzes 3
to lit, at
$2, $2.50, $3, $3.50,
$4, $4.50 and $5.
Our method of Making Good
If anything goe& wrong keeps
our old uustojners and adds to
our list of now ones.
Will bo tho means of us making
a little profit and you saving
Rgp sjwl x
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AL if .
Glonova Lots. Knsy tormB.
Dollison Bros, wilt pay hlglicBt
cosh prico for country produce.
Air. and Mrs. John Hudson at
tended the Sttito Fair Tuesday.
L. 0. Bort 1b in Clovelnnd this
week buying Holiday goods.
Mrs, II. J. Doobelo is tho guest
of friends in Columbus.
Mrs. Mary Knglo is spending a
few days in Haydonvillo.
Miss Nell SchweDke, of Colum
bus, spoilt Sunday in Logan.
50x125 and 50x-
Mrs. Nicholas Eberst and
John Savey are visiting in
Miss Essie Finney left on last
Friday to resume her position in
the schools of East Liverpool, O.
Mr. Carl Hnrtmann returned,
Monday evening, to Capital Uni
versity. Where is Glenova Addition?
West of Elm street, and adjoining
Mrs. Frank Judy and Mrs. S.
Vollert are visiting Mrs. J. D.
Clnrk, of Lancaster.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hudson are
among the Fair visitors in the
Capital this week.
Fresh groceries and farm pro
ducts at Dollison Bros.
Miss Rosalie Mackintosh, of
Columbus, has been visiting her
brother, Travis Mackintosh.
Mrs. Herbert Sanderson, of
Pittsburgh, is visiting relatives in
COAL Good, screened coal at
9c delivered. Logan Pottery Co.
Elder W. H. Devore,
was in Logan today
daughter, Mrs. J. B.
County Commissioner F.-ed
Weymueller was among the Athens
Messrs. Geo. Beck and Edward
Williams, of Columbus, weae
among the Labor Day visitors hero.
A phone order will receive
prompt attention and good goods
at Dollison Bros.
Mr. Lew Cook and Mrs. Edna
L. Bort, both of Detroit, formerly
of Logan, were married in the
former city last Saturday.
Lots at your own price. Glen
ova Lot Sale, September 19th.
Miss Viola Quinn went to Col
umbus, Sunday, for a visit with
friends. Miss Minnio Eberst ac
companied her over Sunday.
Mr. Carlton Bright visited his
wife and infant daughter, Sunday,
in North Baltimore, whero they
have been for tho past few weekB.
Farmors will do well to investi
gate tho speoial prico on coal made
them by tho Logan Pottery Co.
Mr. II. J. Woodworth and fam
ily, of Haydenvillc, woro guests of
L. Warner and wife, Sunday and
Mr. Hurry 0. Wright, of Now
Lexington, spent a few days with
friends in Logan, returning Mon
The Odd Numbers entertained a
party of friends, Monday, with
soup ot cetera, near the Water
Works pumping station,
Mr. and Mrs. nurry Wright are
rejoicing over tho birth, Sunday
night, of a handsome son. Weight,
nine and a quarter.
Lot Sale ut Public Auction.
Glonova Addition, September 10th,
Mra. II. It. Harrington and
children, and Miss Alico Piorpont
are gueatB of F. Harrington and
family, in Columbus.
Mrs, A. C. Elliott, following a
stay of two weeks with relatives
in Logan, returned to Toledo.
Teachers of Township Schools
may have complete price list of
Books adopted by their School
Boards for the asking of Bort fc
Co,, the Druggists nd Book
- u i
Mrs, Ed. Hall, of Koehontor,
Now York, is visiting hor mother,
Mrs, Ellon Rauttdora, on East Main
Miss Maudo MoManigal, of Col
umbus, is spending n wcok with
hor parents, Dr. and MrB. B. C.
The Soliool Book Agonoy.
Everything used in the School
Room. Ordors filled promptly at
Bort A Co'fl.. tho School Book
A number of tho locnl Knights
of St. John woro in Lnncastor,
Sunday, to attond tho laying of
tho corner-stone of the now Catho
lie school house at St. Mary's.
Mrs. M. II. Chorrington has
been the gueBt of her parents, in
Columbus, for several days. Dr.
Chorrington also spent Sunday
Tho family of C. B. Terry loft
Logan, Sunday morninc, for
Cleveland, where thoy will reside
in future. Mr, Terry is employed
in and near that city.
Miss Marie Shannon, who has
been for the paBt six months in
tho Mount Carmol Hospital train
ing school, was the guest of her
mother and sisters over Sunday.
Misses Carrie Lutz nnd Etta
Gabriel arrived home Saturday,
after a fortnight spent in Ports
mouth and other towns on the
Among tho excursionists to
Michigan, last Thursday, were
Mrs. E. G. Spoehr and small son,
and tho Misses Kleinschmidt,
Brook'er, and Shafer.
Mr. Will GaiFney, after an ab
sence of several months on a sur
veying contract near Dante, West
Virginia, is spending a few days
Mr. Fred Sherrard, having re
signed his lucrative position at
Fultonham, has returned to Logan,
and will teach the young idea how
to shoot, this winter at Smith's
The ladies of tho U. B. Church
will give a festival on court house
lawn Saturday evening, Septem
ber 8. Everybody invited.
The following is a list of dele
gates to the Democrat Common
Pleas Judicial convention to be
held atPomeroy, Tuesday Septem
. Frank Eberst, Geo. Willinmson,
Chas Lutz, Harry Green, Chas. A.
Wright, Seth Weldy, Guy Schaal,
John Smith, John Hansel, Conrad
Wine, Chas. King, T. B. Barron.
Jess Gabriel, D. V. Thumess, I
N. Slatzer, W. W. Miller, E. U.
Martin, Homer Hansel, John
Wellman, D. W. Wright, W. P.
Heft, Leonard Weaver, Jesse
Rolston, of FallB, Frank Graham.
Among the Churches.
u. n. ctiDitcii.
It. A. Powell Pastor.
Sunday School 9 n. m.
Preaching 10 a. m.
Senior 0:30 p. m.
Preaching 7:80 p. m.
LimuniAN trinity onuiton.
At Lutheran Trinity Church on
North Mulberry St., the service
next Sunday will bo conducted as
Sunday School at 0:80 a. m.
English Proaohing at 7 :80 p. m.
H. W. WALKER, Pastor.
It was hoped by the labor Unions
of Logan to work upon a big day
for Monday, (labor day) but so
much was going on in surrounding
towns that the crowd was less
than expected, however a royal
good time was had. The Bremen
band was present and that always
insure? a stir,
In the forenoon an 'ndustrial
parade was formed composed of
the Clerk's Union ; Briok, Tile and
Terra Cotta Workers Union ; Bar-
fa jr'B union, and many decorated
wagon, headed by the band.
In the afternoon speeches were
had neur the court house, Presl-
G. G, Gago, of the Briok Workers
was chairman of the meeting, and
after somo happy remarks in his
usual good humored strain, he
introduced attorney Spsrnon, and
Mr, Crutch, of Cincinnati, whom
made able addresses,
In the evening a grapd display
f9 M..1 U,Va1n u.n...L . & nA
v i wuM wciv mvi un. I
Tho marriage of Waltor J.I
Doobole no Miss Maud Newman
will tnko place at tho reoidenco of
Rev. Fr. Richards this ovoning,
that gentlemen officiating. Tho
ooiiplo will vory seiiBlbly not take
any oxtoudod wedding trip, but
will go to hoiiso kooping nt onco
in their own home, corner of Mul
berry and Hunter streets. Mr.
Doobelo has for somo years been
manager of the Federal Gas Co's
intcrostB in Logan and vicinity,
nnd is a first class business man ;
Bome-wlmt staid in his bachelor
hood, but when tho real darts from
Cupids bow piorco tho hide, that
old talk about the happy singlo
blisscdnoss molts liko tho dow be.
foro tho morning sun.
His bride is one of Logan's
sweetest and most lovcablo girls.
Gontle, affectionate, kind. She
has a multitude of friends tlint
wish for her a lifo of unbroken
happiness. A good girl that de
serves the best tho world has in
Btoro for the most favored. The
bride and groom of tonight have
tho God speed of all their frionds
for a joyous life together.
The Woman's Relief Corps will
entertain tho Grand Army boys
with a Watormolon feast next
Friday (to-morrow) evening, after
G. A. R. meeting. Every member
of tho post is invited.
A Lesson In Health
Healthy kidneys filter the im
purities from the blood, and un
less they do thiB good health is
impossible. Foley's Kidney Cure
makes sound kidneys and will
positively ouro all forms of kidney
and bladder disease. It strength
ens the whole system. Bort & Co.
New Hardware Co.
Chris. Holl & Co., hardware
dealers, haye incorporated under
the company name of The Chris.
Holl Hardware Co. The incorpor
ators are Adam Scholl, Henry
Scholl, Chris Holl, John Dougherty
and Jason Meldrim.
By the Ludowici-Coladon Co. nt
their Roofing Tile Factory, New
Lexington, 0. Wages $1.00 per
day. Apply to the Superintend
ent. Re-Appointed School
On Saturday last, Mr. J. C.
Stoughton was re-appointed School
Examiner of Hocking County by
Probate Judgo Martin, for a sec
ond term. Mr. Stoughton had
Berved well and his appointment
was a merited recognition of his
faithful and efficient work.
Wednesday evening at the home
of Squire Mauck, Mr. Benjamin
T. Allen and Miss Clara Barton
were united in marriage by Rev.
C. It, Wilson, of tho Presbyterian
Republican Ticket Nomi
nated. (Journal Qazotto.)
A few Republicans of tho coun
ty root in a convontion last Satur
day afternoon in the Republican
headquarters in this city and nom
inated tho following ticket: Com
missioner, Robert Stewart, of
Monday; Treasurer, M. G. Har
baugh, of Logan, and for Infirm
ary Directory thoy nominated III
Brown, of Starr.
To succeed these days you
must hav plenty of grit, cour
age, strength, How is it with
the children P Are they thin,
pale, delicate P Do not forget
Ayer's Sarsaparllla. You
know it makes the blood pure
and rich, and builds up the
general health in every way.
. Th ehlldrto ciunot poutbly biv Kood
li.tUU unl.u tti UwU ui lu proper condl
tlon. A iluggliU liter aim coit.J tuuju.,
b4 brutb, couttlpaUiT bowtli. Correct ll
Ibeta br KlrlnK iuj.11 UxtUre doiet ol Ajtt'i
Hill, All ytUUJ,iugn-toated.
MU bjr J. O. Ar M Os., Lo wl),
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I Bert's Stock Food
p Sold in Bulk
H You know what you are Feeding
j It's always Fresh
H You can see the Formula
g It's cheaper than you can make yourself
f The Best of Home Testimonials j
1 Equally good for all stock
1 Horses, Cattle, Hogs and Sheep 1
1 5c lb. 25 lbs for $1.00 1
S Guaranteed Toy BORT
HE Have you tried it? It's right and will IDO what you want it to 3
2 IDO Try a package, we will sell you more. Yodr neighbor uses and H
EE recommends 3
1 Bort's Bulk Stock Food. I
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nmuitunn The N
Benj. T. Allen and Laura Bar
ton, both of Cedar Grove.
Birch Noble and Mel Vessie
Woolever, both of Logan.
Charles Coen and Clara Bornerd
both of Ward Township.
Application for relief as a blind
person was filed September 4, by
Anna Snider, aged eighty-one, of
Benton Township. The matter
was heard on the testimony of J.
B, Lyon, M. D, Eugene Wright,
and Cora Woodard. Tho court
found that tho applicant was en
titled to the relief prayed for, and
the proper certificate was issued.
An instrument purporting to bo
the last will and testament of
Jasper N. Morris, late of Perry
Township, was presented in court
August 80. Notice to next of kin
was ordered, and the matter set
for hearing September 8.
Application for appointment as
executor of tho will of Conrad
Frasch, deceased, of Falls Town
ship, was filed by Lewis G. Frasch
August 81. As by tho terms of
tho will no bond was requirea,
letters were accordingly issued.
Reports of the sale of real estate
at private sale waB made Aug. 81,
by Victoria Phelps, Administratrix
of the estate of Jesse H. G. Nuttor
Tho report showed tho property
sold to Eliza Nuttor, for $002, tho
same being more than the apprais
ed value. Sule wus confirmed,
nnd deed ordered.
Application to be appointed
school examiner for Hooking Coun
ty for the term of three years, was
filed by John C. Stoughton, of
Rookbridgo, August 81, Tho ap
pointment was ordered and com
mission issued of the eamo dato.
How To Avoid APPenulcItl9
Most victims of appendicitis are
those who are habitually consti
pated, Orino Luxative Fruit Syrup
cures chronic constipation by
stimulating the liver and bowels,
and rostoros the natural action of
tho bowels. Orino Laxative Fruit
Syrup does not nauseato or gripo
and in mild und pleasant to take,
RefuBO substitutes, Bort & Co,
Married by J, B. Dollison, May
or, Saturday September 1, 1000,
Charles Coen to Miss Clara Bor
nerd, both of Ward Township ,
Today Mayor DoHIboii performed
tho marriage oeremony uniting
Mr. Marlon Cyrus and Miss Stella
Burrs ob man and wife, Both are
from Union Furnace.
The ladles of the W. R. O. will
give h Dinner at the G, A, R. hall
on Thursday, September 18fch,
Everybody cordially Incited,
You make out a list for a Cata
logue House bring that list to us
just as you have made it out to
send away and let us have a
chance of filling same for you.
No matter how attractive their price is, we guarantee that we can
fill same list at the same price or even lower than they. If we can't
then we say, "Send away for the Goods." But when we say we can
1111 the order and save you money it is UP TO YOU TO MAKE US
PROVE IT. Lust week we told you how much you could save by
buying at home, and wo are glad to note that a number of people of
Hocking county have profited by reading the advertisement and have
come to our store and found that what we stated in the paper was
the actual truth. If you will come and compare prices at our store
you will find the same that they did, and we guarantee to save you
Very Truly Yours,
J. F. Harden & Co.,
Furniture and Undertaking,
Both Phones 44.
Tho Lecture Course will ho as
1st. The Boston Orchestral Co.
2nd. Edward Amherst Ott.
8rd. The Euterpeans, assisted
by local artists.
lth. Isabel Gorghill Reedier,
Oth. Prof. John B. Do Motte.
Tho prico of tickets will not ho
advanced notwithstanding the
higher priced talent. The coming
again of Mrs. Beochor will bo nn
evont. Tho Boston Orohostral
Compnny and tho groat lecturer
Do Motto are to well known to
ncod any further comment.
To Authorizo Annexation of Cer
tain Territory to tho Village of
Logan, State of Ohio,
llBltonlnlnortliy tlio Council of tlio VII
lagii o( Ijoguu, Htuto of Ohio;
Hkotion I That the nniiaxutlou or tlio
following Uuscrlhed territory, Bltimto In
Hootlon II In Faun Township, Houktne
Uouuty, Ohio, and bounded us followui llu
glunliitf nt a atouo In tlio Boutli Kiut coruur
of iv tract of 2V.2 Aaron of luiul known as tlio
Mary l)yo laud in tuld Section 11, fulls
Township, Hooking County, Ohio; tlionro
North M anurous Woatt'TTfeut; tliuuce North
4Mf7 foot: UieticeNorlh Hi degree Went iiiMw
olinlnsj thuueu -outli (I dugreoii Wust UM)
uhuius; lueiicu Hout)i776 degree Kiut lu.tu
olmliis to place of beginning; lie und the
fciiiuo In hereby authorised,
Hkotion 2-Tliut John 0, 1'ottlt. Attorney
for mid Vlllnice ha nnd he Is hereby author.
Ued to prosecute tlio proceedings ncctfssury
to effect such annexation,
BKCrioKH ThlsOrcllimilco shall take, ef
fect anil bo In full force on unci after the
earliest, period allowed by Jaw,
1'uimciI this Oth., day of Heiitember, 1WW.
J, I), JlOM.JSON, Sluyor.
Notf oo oX Appointment,
KnlutoorConrn'1 Kiasch, deceased.
The'uuderslgned has beun appointed und
quul'iled us Kxocutor of tho Kstate of Oou
rud frasch, late ot Hocking County, de
ceased. IJuttd (tils Hist., day of August, A.
''' ' MSWISCkPRASCK,
What the schools do is more im
portant than what congress or a
legislature does. That is thefe"j&
son this paper refers to the toprNf
of school instruction bo frequonth
Our opinions may not always moo '
with tlio approval of the professio
but this is of little matter, if t(
peoplo become awakened to tl
responsibility of the teacher, j
much ae we respect the office
governor and its occupant, tin
is not u toucher in the state w
does not hold greater respon8lb
ties In his hands.
What is a toaohor? Ho Ib
simply a person presiding ovj1
school. reouiriiiL' u bov to pet'
lesson, und if he gets it he
good boy, und if hedoeBn'tUie,
bad boy; and there It ogfjl
gruuioBt iiiing iu a ie
moral force hia powcj
hoy's eyoB to the hapj
about him and to oeti
pose In his heart.
If they do not do t
textbooks In the aohoolfage ef
no more than mumbly-v"" "UK
jaokkniveB. It la the tPmunt'
be estabiUhed, that is
springs not a teden) BMld
career, as a trade or prd
a means of livelihood 4o Jator
the initiative, the Jd!L"lJit
high purpose and theifl wi,Ch
There are teachers of nil b
many of them, but U& J"J
are not full, One canL' ena
watching hie boy or glrldutrlot
learned to discover the jeace of
the false; he can see It, jde ft
own measly lnnuenoeu,u
ohlld ha made the tf,f "u
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