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title: 'The Democrat-sentinel. (Logan, Ohio) 1906-1935, December 06, 1906, Image 8',
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DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OP
TARTAR, BAKING POWDER
Royal does not contain an atom of
phosphatic acid (which is the!
product of bones digested in sul-.
phuric acid) or of alum (which is
one-third sulphuric acid) suostan-a
irtnntr1 for other bakine now- '
riders because of thcir cheapness, a,
NkiSSZIWYAL BAKIHQ fOWOCH CO., HEW YOMC."
A handsomw box nf candies in
not u moan present for u gentleman
in iiia ypnug lady friend. Get
them at Prones.
Mr. Clara Bradley, Helen Krnn
lan and several other Lancaster
people were in Logan, Satnrdny of
laBt week, to see "Bi Bi."
Don't worry about coal call up
the Logan Pottery Co. Citizen
Mr. Ralph Walburn, of T ronton,
spent Thanksgiving with his
grand-father, Mr. Thomas Shot-well.
Fine Holiday Noeliwenr
(always an acceptable present.
Beautiful patterns in 4-in-hnnds,
Puffs and all the modern shapes.
If it has the Riftholimi lutilii its made from the finest silks and
the hebt. COMLY'S. 1 satins, at 25c and 50c. Brown
Big bargains in Christmas' J '
pri'flouts at the 7i und 10 cent store. I
Pure cundieri do not make the
children sink. The lit tit ones are
mire lo "demand" some candy for
Christmas, If ihiy must have it,
get the pme. PM-nnt makea hia
own candifcH. He coIom with no
acids that injure. Ilia candies
hip the beat you can buy and al
Misses Mi .1. Wright, Klorchco
Banoy and Avory Randolph spent
Sunday In NoIhouvIHo.
Tho best ot everything In tho
grocery lino nf. Dnllhon Bros.
Mr. Ktid "SFm. Thomas Abbott,
of (McVulatid, spent. Wednesday of
this win k with Mr. anil Mrn. H.
the men at Gubrieln.
Willtard Lehman, of Columbus,
spent Thanksgiving nod the last
of the week with William Lehman
and Krnnk Graham.
Accomodating clerkH wall on you
at Bort Co'h Drug t Hook Store.
L'rof. and Mrs. Silverthnrne
K'pcnt the latter part of last week
in Mount Sterling.
Christ iiwh approaches. Call
and look at thi' stock at the ft and
10 cent Htoro,
MiiBlor Justin Modus, of Colum
bus, spont. Bovoral duye Inst week
with his cousin, Harry Smith, re
turning homo Sunday night ac
companied by his uuelo, William
Bright, who also spent tho day in
Don't worry about coal onll up
tho Logan Pottery Co. Citizen
PROMlNHiNT HOSPITALS SAY
I PE-RU-NA DOBS WONDBRS
IN RELIEVING ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES.
Desmond Braddock entertained
a few of his little friends Monday
evening in honor of hip 8th birth
da'. He received some beautiful
presents. Refreshments were
Prof. Ott tonight.
Candies, fruits and nuts for tho
Christmas table at Dollison Bros'
Mr. Olaiulo Pettit was rusticat
ing over Thnnkugiylng down on
Ins grand-fathers farm, near Mo-Arthur.
Gloves, A Nice Present.
Wo are Bhowlng the fine Capo
Leathers at $1.00 and $1.G0.
Dressed and undressed kid, unlined
at $1.00 and $1.50. Dressed kid
and Mocha, silk lined nt $1.(50.
Mens and boys Jersey, plain and
fancy knit at 2fc and GOe. Also
an exceptional handsome line of
ladies line mercerized and wool
gloves, in the new shades, at ROc.
Ambrose Voris spent Saturday
with his father in Pomeroy.
athletlia goods at
Mrs. CIihb. Myore, of Iowa, with
her two sons are the guests of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Shotwell. This is Mrs. Myres
first vipit to Ohio in thirteen years.
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On Sunday Mr.. Henry .tames
was shocked to learn, by phono,
that his daughter, Miss Lillian,
who is toaohing at tho Boy's In
dustrial School at Lancaster, was
taken suddenly sick with appen
dicitis and in a critical condition.
Mr. and Mrs. Prod Grovo wont to
her on the evening train. At this
time she is a llttlo better and
probahly out of danger.
Beat Porfumos nt Borts Big
Mr. Kuiil, of Vinton, spent
Sunday in Logan.
FOR RENT A Beven room
dwelling house in a good locality.
Inquire of V. C. Lowry,
Miss Sarah Goodwin was tho
guost of nor sister, Mrs. Paul Fox,
for the paBt two weeks.
Miss RosaSoanlan of Columbus,
was tho guest of Miss Anna Fox
"Hit the pipe." Not a moro
comfortable person in the world
than the smoker enjoying his pipe.
The meershaums at Gabriel's ore
Connect Your Christmas Thoughts With
the Store Climbing Toward Christmas Chimes
Will Soon Be Here
One pun almost here the whistle of his wings and the beat of reindeer
feet. All Logan pays tribute to this store as the recognized HOLI
DAY HEADQUARTERS whore crowds and complimons are the
satisfying evidence of our right to the title.
Well! What Shall it Be?
Hero's a grand display of mentionous merchandise far surpassing on
beauty and importance any previous attempt ever our own. Greater, more
extensive, more comprehensive than Logan has ever known. Christmas
gifts for the multitude, valuable, sensible and useful, sums up the match
less collection. The Christmas exposition is ready for your inspection.
Come early and often -,
v.SOME SUGG ESTIONS.V'
Dress Goods, Kid Gloves, Furs, Suits, Silks,
Hosiery, Coats, Ribbon, Corsets, Children Dresses,
Belts, Fancy Buckles, Handkerchiefs, Linens,
Scarf Pins, Leather Goods, Jewelry, Ladies Scarfs,
Ladies Waists Scarfs, Collars and Cuffs,
Childrens Hoods, Fancy Boxes, Underwear, Blankets,
Comforts, Laoe Curtains, Jackets, Ruga,
Kimonas, Ladies Long Coats, Sweaters,
Shopping Bags, Hand Purses,
Bags, Golf Gloves, Silk Mufflers,
Satin Pin cushions, Center Pieoes, Suspenders,
Opera Shawls Hose Supporters Brushes Brooohes
Scarfs and Muffs,
Miss Hazel Bechler, of Cluun
coy, was the guest of Miss Olivo
Krieg last week.
Shirts, Plain or Fancy, a
most sensible gitt. It would bo
impossible to givo a correct de
scription of this line. Just come
in and we will show you more nice
Shirts than you ever saw. Prices
fiOo, $1.00 and $l.fj0. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bright, of
Wellston spont Thanksgiving in
Logan with the formers parents,
Mr. and Mrs, S. H. Bright-
A big stook, of the Right goods
for Holiday Presonts at Borts Drug
ifc Book Store.
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HOSPITALS ALL OYER THE CONTINENT FIND PE-RU-NA VALUABLE IN TREATING ALL CATAimHALDIBEAHES.
CATARKH of tho respiratory organs
la a common ailment In Canada for
at least two-thirds of the year.
Mrs. Martin and daughter,
Goldie, have been away for several
days visiting relatives in Newark
Millions of bottlos of Foloy's
Honey and Tar have been sold with
out any person over having ex
perienced any other than benefioial
results from its use for coughs,
colds and lung troubles. This is
because the geuuine Foley's Honey
and Tar in the yellow package con
tains no opiates or other harmful
drugB. Quard your health by re
fuaiug any but tho gonuiuo. Ifort
Mr. and Mis. O. A. Ilirtlor, of
Columbus, spent Thanksgiving
with George Fox and family on
Misses Marie and Bessio Bow
man, of Columbus, spent Thanks
giving in Logan with friends.
Prof. Ott lectures on "Sour
Grapes" at tho opera house to
night. The f n liny musical whsurdity
"Johnny Wise" at the Opera
House next Wednesday, Docomber
This condition la no doubt catiBod by
the long, severe winters experienced in
this part of the continent.
Therefore, when Peruna was dis
covered by Canadian people to be & re
liable remedy for thuso catarrhal dis
eases, it atonco became u popular medl
clno, not only among Individuals and
in families, bnt in- tho great hospitals,
where it was used as a provontativo and
rollof in hundreds ot cases.
Theso Institutions do not hesitate to
glvo tholr endorsement of the remedy
which has been so helpful In tho treat
ment ot their poor and sick.
Among Ihcso Institutions is that of
tho Sisters of Good Shopherd, who ga,ye
tho following endorsement;
The Peruna Company,
flaying used Peruna for the past few
months, for our sick and poor, we are
happy to say that l( has given us great
The Sisters of fh.e Good Shepherd,
August 20, l'J03r Montreal.
After a continued nso of the remedy,
tha Institution has found no reason to
change Its good opinion of the remedy
snd cvpreiBea Its gatfufactlon in the fol
Montreal. Nov 7, 1903.
We found Peruna a relief In several
We can say it Is a good tonic and we
are very thankful
Sisters of the Good Shepherd.
When catarrh once fastens Itself upon
the system, it becomes an obstinate dls
oaso to eradicate.
A systemic remedy one that roaches
ovory internal organ of tho body is an
Peruna is just such a remedy. It
searches out tho cause of the dlsoaso,
healing and strengthening the inucons
membranes, and thus giving Nature an
opportunity to perform her part of the
One of tho many hospitals which
have found Peruna of value in treating
old and obstinate cases of catarrh is tho
Hospital St, John, who wrlto, as
""A'o are hoppy to tell you that your
Peruna has given us satisfaction. Three
patients havo tried It, ono 03 years old,
Itenoul Bupuis, afflicted with catarrh, Is
much Telioved, moro than ho has been
for a number of years.
"A young girl, IS years old, had an
obstinate cough, which half a bottle of
Peruna caused to disappear. '
"As to myself, two bottle havo con
vinced mo that Peruna Is magnificent
aa a tonic.
"Bnforo tho treatment I could hot
walk for a quarter of an hoar without
experiencing much fatigue. Now I can
walk a mile easily.
"Through thogo throe cflaes we deair
to malco known to tho public the ef
ficiency of your romedy."
Hospital Bt. John, ot Bt. Johns,
Province of Quobeo
A later letter received from tho eamo
institution roads aa follows:
' 'Three weeks ago I wrote to tell
you how satisfactory we found
Peruna. Wo recommend U highly tor
colds, coughs, catarrh end neuralgia.
"1 havo used it myself aa a tonic with
tho best results, taion tu directed, half
a teaspoonfnl every hsJf hoar."
Peruna not only promptly relieves
coughs and colds in their first atogea,
butiacquallyprompt and efflciont for
catarrhal diseases in tho chronto stage.
Ofconrso, it is only reasonable to
Bupposo that a groat deal less mcdlclno
will bo necessary to euro a sligb t attack
ot catarrh than would bo roqaired W
relievo tho ailment after It had been 61
lowod to becomo chronic
Directions for taking tho remedy will
bo found on oaoh bottle, also In Dr.
II art in :m's book, called "Tho Ills ot
Llfo," which can be obtained from yoor
druggist for tho asking.
For Bpoelal Instructions, writd to Dr.
Hartman, President of tho iidrtmaa
Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1907
A Suit or Overcoat would
he a splendid gift for the men
folks. We are Bhowing the very
latest styles in medium and finest
qualities nt prices that will please
the most economical buyers.
Mr. Dwight MathiaTwas homo
from Westerville to spend Thank
giving. Miss Mary J. Wright was a vis
itor in Columbus over Sunday.
Lace cont setn
T i oiure Frames
: : : : But the List is Long and the Time is Short : : : :
RoMoi' coino mid soothe ninny ndv.mlngoa Hint) awnit you hero. Tho wliolo store
has cnnglit tho liolidny spirit and onoli department fairly glifdoiiB with its own
opportunities. Eooh day our ChriHtrnnn story moanB much to tho prudent Bliop
pors whfl 'hnvo lonrned to eouplo tho name of Thitrnosu-Wright Co. "with advan
tage and economy." A royal feast of Holiday iSploudor mvaltB your coming, and
tho motto on tho wall is 'tho word
Orino liaxativo Fruit Syrup, the
now laxative, stimulates, but duos
not irritate. It is the host laxa
tive. Ounranteeil pr your money
bank. Hort if Co.
Try a pound of Richelieu CofTee
and bo convinced Qf its quality.
M r. Walter ilosser w,b in Lan
Prof. Ott tonight at tho opera
Mrs. Gait Bright and daughter,
Mary, spent Thanksgiving in
Ilitln and Caps, number among
the most useful and appropriate
presents for men, hoys aud ohll
dron. All the now correct shapes
in medium and finest qualities are
ready for your inspection at
Brown Bros. .
THE THURNESS-WR1GHT CO
LOGAN'S BEST DRV GOOD
Horn to Mr. and Mrs, Culver
Martin, Friday, November 23, a
Mrs, Geiger, a lady 90 yours old,
Ml Saturday evanlng, at her homo
near Gibsonvlllo, breaking her
arm and dislotmting her shoulder.
She is doing well at present wliioh
Is remarkable in ono so old,
Go to S. C, Hudson's for
Christmas Candles, Toys
The Ladies Qf the Presbyterian
Church will ive it 25o dinner and
Fair at the oburoh on December
H. The dinner will be served nt
Those nice X'mas boxes if cigars
are u fitting present to a man.
Buy thorn of J. W. Gabriel,
Mrs. Young and son, Cari, spent
Tuesday in Logan the guest of;
Mrs. Howard Starkey.
Missos Clara und Viola Qqinn
spent Thanksgiving n Lanoaater
tlo guests of friouds.
Pop Corn at S. C. Hudson's,
tl)a,t will pop.
Mr. Sam Voris is expeoted home
this week after n months vleit
with his sister, graae, in Chloago.
Is produced by evaporating of tho choicest grains of
sweet corn. Makes one of the most dolloato and appe
tizing side dishes, is much prefered to tho canned
Be sure you gob QUAKER as it is much superior to
the common brands.
WHIPPED CREAM CHOCOLATES
Of which there are many brands, but ouly one genuine
having the rich creamy center with toothsome coating
of dark chocolate, to bo found in no other.
MADE BY DARBY.5is
CHRISTMAS aOODS Arriving Every Day. Wo will be
headquarters for everything pertaining to that Joyous
season, If poaslblo our lino of candies and nutB will
be larger and more complote than ever beforo.
Yours for Everything Oood to Eat.
M i 1
Mr. and Mrs Starkey and fami
ly spent Thanksgiving at Carbon
hill, the guost of her sister, Mrs.
For the nloeat box oandles ever
sold in Logan go to ,f, W, Gabriel.
A surprise party was given to
Miss Nolle Stracke on Monday
evening by seyoral of her friends,
the event being her sixteenth
The Kings Daughters will Jtneet
Friday at the home of Mrs, Ed
Couily ic Son are serving a pup
of delicious coffee to all visitors at
their store this week, fttop m and
Mrs. J. P, Elder and Margaret
Lewis, of Shawnee, spent Thanks
giving with Mrs. Jesse Voris,
Mr. and Mrs, Cberrington spent
the first of this week at Vinton
the guest of bis brother.
Mr, P, P. BUkey, of ColujafcM,
win in T.ruran. fi&turdav uu.l1tnw an
THE TIPTON GROGERY COHPMY.
Beautiful and Appropri
ate are tin many useful and sen
sible articles we are showing for
Christmas presents, come iu early
and see them. Brown Bros,
Charles Ranoy spent Wednesday
Prof. Ott lectures tonight at tho
opera bouse for the public library
benefit. "Ho never displays bis
arguments, but drives them borne
like a carpenter driving nulls,
Ho is a forceful and eloquent
speaker who captures bis uudiunoo
from tho beginning,"
Mrs, Ohas, Reotenwalt onter
tained with a Euohro party Tues
day evening of last week.
Miss Ruth Bishop and Mrs.
Harvey Garber of Columbus, spont
Thanksgiving witb Mr, Weorge
Bishop and family, returning to
their borne Monday noon.
Don't fail tQ attend the dinner
ami Fair at the Presbyterian
Umbrolht, Useful Present
Most anyone would appreciate a
nloe umbrolla. We are showing
thorn with the latest style handles
und boat coverings, at 91,00 and
$5.00 Brown Bros,
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Jumos Golden, of Athens, spent
the former part of the week with
friends in Logan.
Borts for Holiday Goods.
Miss Simpson, of Lanuaster, was
the guost of Mrs. CIibb, Wright,
Jr., over Thanksgiving,
It is with great pleasure thot
we announce our readlnews to show
the many nice tilings in Mess,
Boys and Childrens wear tbat we
baye to oifer during the Holiday
Season. Our salesmen will like
wise take great pleasure in show
ing you unytbiug in our Use that
you may wish to see. Coma iu
while the stook ii oooiplet and
your selection will l? ff mor
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