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TII1I HuUICINU SIlttrlNKT, OHlli Tour No 17
LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1908.
Th'e Only Demoontlo Piper In Oi County
OlionUtlon 3000 One DolUr Vor T
The Fashionable Kind
for Winter Wear
An cxoollpnl showing of practical now stylos in
KICMA1JLE .FUttP that arc inoxponsive in price.
Tho loss expensive grades of furs are well represen
ted in a largo and carefully selected assortment.
The wide range of styles, the trustworthy qualities
and the low prices at which they are offered provide
an opportunity to save money on your fur purchases.
Ladles black' and brown Coney Fur Scarfs with long fiKn
brush tails, two special good values, at $1.00 and.. OOC.
Ladles fancy shaped, brown Coney Scarfs and ties,
sonic with animal head trimming, satin lined, d- Qjr
pretty styles, at (pl.CO
Ladles fancy shaped, brown Coney neck pieces, with
animal head trimming,' satin lined, stylish, priced ti 'yrr
Ladies blended water mink tie Scarfs and sable opos
sum throw Scarfs, with extra quality satin lining, djp rr"v
extra good values, at $2.7.") and ip0J
Er Ladies natural river mink Scarfs
animai neau Mumming, saun unco, very pretty aim uir tl
styllsli, priced at $il..r)0 and tpU.UU
Ladies blended squirrel Throws and fancy Scarfs in
the new shapes, with head and paw trimming,
satin and brocaded silk lining, good values at (tjo j
$11.50 and ; qO.UJ
Ladies brown Coney Fur Sets. Throw Scarfs, some
with animal head trimming, satin lined, large Hat djp 7EJ
Mull". Three extra values at $.".00, $:s.r,0 and ipC.xJ
Ladles blended river mink Fur Sots. Fancy shaped
Scarf with animal head trimming, satin lined, djo ((
large Hat Mutts. Tor set JO.UU
Ladles sable opossum Fur Sets. Satin lined Throw (JJCJ CA
Scarf and largo Hat Mutt. A splendid value at ... MJ.OU
Ladies sable and grey squirrel and imitation blue wolf
Fur Sets, satin lined Throw Scarf and large Hat IQ ff
Muffs. Special good values at $12.00 and pv7.UU
Ladles Jap mink and blended squirrel Fur Sets, sa'tin
lined Throw Scarfs with head and .paw trimming,, - o CA
large Hat Muffs. Host values at .'.'.' J O.OU
Ladles black lynx Fur Sots. Stylish satin lined Throw
over Scarf and large Hat Mutt. One of the most pp CA
popular furs. Per sot CtC.OKJ
Ladles black lynx" Fur Sets. Ts'ew style Scarf, front
linished willi long fur tails and back with animal
head ornamentation. Largo open rug Mutt nrr ff
trimmed to match Scarf. A very stylish sot at . OtJ.UU
Soporatc Mutts of brown coney, sable opossum, blended
river mink and Isabella fox, all made in the latest d- p
shapes at $7.50 $0.50 $5.00 down to 4.OU
1 Investments in coal
i and hardwood timber 3
A limited amount of tho Non-nssossnhle- Capital jjj
jjj Btoclc of tho Cloar Creok Uoul-Liunbor Company of Sij
Isalino, Tonn., is offered for sale, paying 8 por cunt. x
1 on 1)lU'' g
I nteroslotl parties, investigate properly at Com-
pany h expense.
j Minos and Property located in Cumherlund Coun-
3 ty TmuJossQO Railway facilities excellent. Stock
advances in price November If).
Kor particulars imp tiro
1 W. BOESHANS,
The lesson "Tho Devil" teaolus
is terribly true; tho plot inovea
Bwiftly through! ft ml a ilft is tho
author's tnuoli that one hardly
realizes tho tragic underlying
force of his pioliw until the last
ourtain has fallen, This latest
successful drain j Ib in nvory way
a truly romarkablo jiluy, and your
flrHt mul host opportunity to hco it
will ho next Monday nt tho Logan
Opera House. Advanoti utile of
ssutu now on ut tho Opera House
and Throws with
PAY LARGE PROFITS
Mr. and Mrs. Froil Bright with
their little girl returned Tuesday
of last week from lluddorllold,
Knglanil, where Mr, Bright is
Ainorioan consul. They will
remain horo for some wookw
before roturning to his post of
Tho generous neighbors are
tukeing up donations for Wm, II.
Durunt, who met with tho mis
fortune to have his house
burned last week. Ho whs left in
rather hard oiroumstunoea to faco
the winter, Hia many friends tiro
coming to hia reliof nobly,
Tho W. It. O. ladles will givo n
Kensington party, Friday after
Mrs. .Lis. Kittsmlllor will ro
coivo the Onmostio Club, Thursday
Mrs. Wiiltor Rochester will re
ceive tlio Sewing CJirolo Club at
lior homo Friday evoning.
The Ladies Aid Society of tho
L'resbylerian oliuroh met ut the
homo of Mrs It. 1). MrMonignl,
Itev. and Mrs Wilhnnis recent
ly celebrated their sixty - third
wedding anniversary. Mother
Williams is 80 and Fa'ther WU
Mrs. II. R. Harrington enter
tained inforniiilly Wednesday af
ternoon, with a chilling dish party
in honor of Mrs. Fred Bright.
Flutes wore laid for pix.
Fancy Work Party
Mrs. Will h'uislor very eharm
tngiy entertained lust Friday af
ternoon, complimentary to Mrs.
Fred Bright, of Huddersfield Kng
land. Thor'o were thirty quests
present and all spent a very enjoy
able afternoon. Mrs. Ivossler
served a- delicious two course
The Social Circle ladies spent a
very pleasant afternoon Wednes
day, at the homo of Mrs. Walter
llochcstor. Most of tho members
wCr'e" presonT and philiH discussed
for the Thanksgiving . banquet,
which islo he hold at the home
of Mr. ami Mis. K. O. Fottit,
ruesday, Nov. !2lth. Mrs, Ro
chester served an elaborate live
Mrs. C. N. Itowcn gave an auto
rido to a few of hor frionds, Mon
day afternoon, going to Athens
and returning in the evening. Tho
trip being made in Mr. Bowen's
three seated touring ear. Those
who enjoyed the ride were Mrs.
Fred Groye, Mrs. Will Strontz,
Mrs. John Smith, Mrs. Harry Am
brose, Miss Olho Ilochesjer, and
Mr. and Mrs.-Bowon.
Mr. and Mrs. K. B, Comly re
coived the Twice Fivo (Jlub, Mon
day evening at tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. ltoy Comly. This being
an open meoting, each member
was allowed to chooo his own
subject. Mr K. O. Fottit and Mr.
F. M. McKay wuro loaders. Mrs.
Unruly served a lino two course
supper, Rev. and Mrs. Corroll
and daugliter and Mrs, Charles
Wright were visitors.
Tho Junius mot Monday evening
ut tho Ambrose Homo, with Mis.
Harry Ambrose as hostoss. Tho
evening was dovotod to Ohio, and
MiHS Jessie Mo.Manigal gavo a
most oiitortnining and instruotlvo
map talk on our beautiful Buckoyo
State. An ologmit two course
Itinoh was served to tho Oluh and
juests, who wore Mrs, Carlton
Bright, Mrs. Fred Briglu, Mrs.
Will lCossler and Mrs. Bert Stud,
Bazaar and Supper
St, John's Bazaar and Supper
will ho held at the IK'd M it's hall
on Thursday and Friday rvoningfl,
Deoomliur 17 and 18. The follow
ing prizes will he given to tiokot
holders during the ovuning: sfiB 00
fiidebmml, Man's suit of elothes,
Solid lined salad howl, lVdeslal
oxtousiou table, .fit) 00 diesaing
oase, Set silver knives and forks,
$0.00 out glass bowl, .fO 00 J udi
nero vase, $3.00 in gild, Pair la
dies shoes, Pair iMens' shoea, 30 lb,
saok flour, Box fitio cigars, 5 lb.
Mibs Km in n Kloyil wll receive
tho L'ttlioB Whist (Jliih Suliirdiiy
Mrs Dave Silvernian was
hostess for tho Jollity Club Mon
dy evening, there being fourteen
present. A very enjoyable time
was spent in a social way, and
midway of tho evening Mrd.
Silverman served n nice lunch,
Tlie next meoting will bo with
Mrs John Bunlz.
Evonine; With the Noodle
Misses Ktiunu and Minnie Klein
smith entertained a number of
ladies Tuesday evening, at their
home on Fast Main street. Tho
evening was spout in making
fancy work and sowing. Tho host
esses served pleasing lofrcshmonts.
Those present wore Mrs. Spoehr,
Miss Clara Kloinsmitli, Miss Bar
bara Weis, Mrs. T. B. Miles and
Mrs. Fred Miles.
On Thursday aftornoon tho
Nondescript ladies mot with Mrs.
Moses Strawn and tho usual good
time had. Mrs. Theo. Tiitsch
road a line paper on "Woman's
Sphere in Life" and Mrs. Ed
Kloinschmidt gavo a reading,
(oil Call was responded to by
quotations from famous authors.
A two con rse six o'clock, dinner
was servod in "Aunt Mollio's"
best Htylo. Mrs. Tillie Mont
gomery wub a visitor.
Bon-Ton Euchre Club
Mrs. Harry Wright entortained
the Bon Ton Kuchre Club, Tues
day evening, there being twelve
tables of players present, the on
t'uo membership. Mrs, Dr. Ed
Campbell received tho club favor,
a half dozen out glass individual
salt cups. Mrs. Wright served a
dainty two course lunc.h, assisted
by Mrs. Charles Lutz. Miss
Ebbinghuse, of Wabash Jnd., was
Mrs. B. C. MoManigal very
charmingly received the Tourist
ladies Thursday and tho after
noon was devoted to Longfellow.
Responses to Roll Call were your
favorite poem and why. Mrs.
I'hil Rochester's rendition of the
poem "Hanging of the Crane" was
vory fine. Mrs. McManigal
served an excellent five o'clock
dinner. Tho visiting ladies were
Mrs. Fred Bright, Mrs. Hall and
Mrs. John Dougherty was hos
tess for the Saturday Club, Satur
day afternoon. Shakespeare was
the topic for the afternoon. Miss
Westcnhaver reading a paper on
"The Uncanny Characters of
Shakespeare and Mrs. Frank Gal
lagher "The Supernatural in
Shakespeare," both pupers were
lino and thoroughly enjoyed by
the club and their guests, who
wore Mrs. Fred Bright, Mrs. War
ren nnd Mrs. Will Kessler. Light
refreshments were sorvod.
You aro responsible for the
Eyes of your child. Watch out
for fiowiiR.aiid squints. When
lie reads or looks at a pleluro
book does ho Hold It too near or
too far' Tho.so little things
giow fast, hut in many cases can
be ovoiL'onui If discovered In
We Insist on Your Bring
ing the Children in.
You may save thoni a lifetime
of strain and weak sight. Do
feels of vision novor disappear
of their own accord, and in most
eases grow worse, It's a duty,
you owo your child,
No Charge for
F. S. CASE
Jeweler uiiU Optician
Herman L. Hess
firaduato Optician In Ohargo
C. C. Club
Mrs. Higgoo waB hostess for tho
"Chicken Uatchors" Wednesday
night, and as usual with this Jolly
hunch, a royal good tiiuo had.
Thimblo and Art
Ono of the most enjoyable meet
ings of tho season was the ono of
Wednesday aftornoon with Mrs.
John Strontz us hostess. Responses
to roll call were miscellaneous se
lections. All of the club were
present oxcopt two and a good
social time was spent. Mrs,
Strontz Berved a fine two course
supper, assisted by her daughters,
Mius Stella, Mrs. Fred Rochester,
Mrs. Will Strentz and Mrs. Will
Acker. Tho next meoting will he
with Mrs. O. W. H. Wright in
The King's Daughters met at
the homo of MisB Bertha Gano,
A two course chicken dinner
was served by Miss Myers, Miss
Strontz, Miss Gano and Miss Lytle.
A program was thon rendered :
Miss Allen a piano solo, Miss
Moore gave the preface of the book
"The Moslem World" which the
Daughters are going to study,
Miss McBroom rendered vocal
solos. Roll call was answered by
verses on Mohammedan. Miss
Gano furnished some instrumental
The visitors were Mrs. Worrall,
Miss Correll and Miss Myers.
The next meeting is with Miss
On Monday evening of last
week at five o'clock, at the M. E.
L'arsonage in Logun, Mr. Wesley
Snider and Miss Cora Fitzgerald
were married, Bev. Corroll per
forming the ceremony. Mr. and
Mrs. Snider left immediately for
the home ot the groom in the
country to be tho guests of his
parents, Mr. and Sol Snider, for a
fews days. Tho bride is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Fitz
gerald, of MoArthur, and sister of
Mrs. Belle Martin and Mrs. T. T.
Kinsor. They will make their
homo in Van Wert county, and
the best wishes of their many
friends here go with them.
On Sunday evening at the home
of the bride was solemnized the
marriage of Mr. Floyd Vore to
Miss Alice Schwenke, Rev. Correll
performing the ceremony. Few
of tho friends of the popularyoung
folks knew of their plans, and on
Monday the news came as a great
surprise. Miss Freda Armstrong
and Mr. John Cox, stood up with
The bride is one of Logan's
most charming girls and comes of
uoblo parents, Mr. and Mrs.
CharleB Sohwenke. She is a fit
companion for one of the best
men in the "world, and from all
reports tho man of her choice is
worthy of her. Mr. Vore is gener
al manager of the company store
at Kachelinaoher, and they will
live in that town. He is a busi
ness man of sterling quality and
has made many friends in Logan.
Wo wish for them tho future's
golden wedding, as happy as they
Gas ranges at Work Bros.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
Doviuo Service morning and even
ing, ftiorning Frayer 10:110 a. m
Fvening Prayer (1:13 p. m. Every
body niado welcome to our
services. Rev. Dr. Cox will
prouoh at .both services. A, W.
Work Bros, for good heating
stoves, both coal and gas,
Tho Tuesday ovening Columbus
Disputoh published a very good
likeness of Mr. George II. Barker,
and announced that ho had boon
elected to the position of secretary
and treasurer of tho Maynurd
Coal Co. Mr, Barker was former
ly a Logan hoy, and we aro glad
to know of his success in Colum
bus, J Buy your shut guns tit Work
Bros. They oarry the best line.
iiiiiintTiWiiiiaiwirtitfi'Tiiilfiiiii i airman imi ilmr"fni "mdwmti
All niombors nf tho Burial Fund
of The Logan Brick Mfg. Co,, are
hereby notified that an assessment
will bo duo on Novombor 13th, at
tho olllco of the Company.
The Ideal Grocery.
Messrs. Lon Green, Frank Bur
berry and Frank St. Clair have
purchased the St. Clair it Wolfe
grocory, and will equip it with
new goods and maintain a first
class store. They will occupy the
same room, the old C. H. Konnard
stand, one door east of Wellman
Ac Yontz. The new store is called
tho "Ideal Grocery," and they so
licit tho patronage of every citizen.-
The following have our thanks
for subscriptions to the Demoohat
Siintinel, paid during the week of
Nov. 2-7, 1008:
J. S. Boougher, Nelsonville;
Clias. KleiiiBchniidt, Wcllston;
John A. Clapper, Gibisonville;
Joseph Stump, Allen Chambers,
Laurelville; H. F. Jordon, Ray
mond, III.; Rev. W. H. Wright,
Chattanooga, Tenn.; Margaret
Stedem, Anna Keller, Noah Harsh,
Mathias Shrader, Logan.
Harmon and Creamer.
Judge Harmon's plurality in
Ohio has reached 2(5,000, and
D. S. Creamer, democratic candi
date for State Treasurer is elected
by 0,000. Republican candidate
Green, deputy under McKinnon,
who told the people it was none
of their business whero ho kept
the state mouey, was defeated as
he should have been. Hurrah for
Harmon and Creamer. The gov
ernor's office and state treasurer's
olliee will have clean administra
tions for two years, that's sure.
I will ofl'er at public sale tt my
residonce one-half mile east of
Haydenville station on
Friday, November 27,
150 head Ratnboulet sheep, con
sisting of about r0 head brood
ewes, GO headspring lambs; the
balance 1 and 2 years old, about
20 head cattle, consisting of calves
1 and 2 years old and cows, 2 head
horses, 2 brood sows, 2 fodder
shredders for steam or horse pow
er, also buggies, wagons und farm
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock
a. m. -"
Terms made known on day of
sale. A lunch will be served ut
noon. II. W. Stieks.
Dun Wright, Auctioneer.
Nov. 12, 2-w
1 Mentor Comfort Underwear I
I Comfort Underwear
Tho proposed new bank of Lo
gun has merged with tho Rumple,
bank, and will become natlona1-ized.
The Royal Hungarian Orchestra
will be the first number of the
Teachers' Lecture Course. The
date is Wednesday, Nov. 18,
In court Tuesday Kliza Simp
son was granted a divorce from
Charles Simpson, The Whito vs
Scott partition cuse was settled,
tho Scott heirs electing to take
$1200 for interest in land us ap
praised. The Council met Tuesday night
and ground out a very interesting
batch of business, but owing to
their not finishing the work, and
adjourning until tonight we will
defer details for our next week's
Wo are pained to record tho
death of Mrs. John Shorr, Tues
day evening of this week, just one
week from tho death of her es
teemed husband. The funeral will
occur Ifriday morning. ftlrs.
Shorr was 70 years old.
Wm. Evans and wife spent Sun
day witli Webster Clowe and I'ttin-
Mrs. John Blossor and son, of
Enterprise, spent Tuesday and
Wednesday with Allon Murphy
Tho sale hud iiy Mrs. Eliza
Warthman was well attended
Will Nixon, wife and son
Walter, spent Sunday with rela
tives near Rockbridge.
Tom Scholl, of noar Creolu,
spent tile latter part of the week
with C. E. Rlackstou and fuiuiiy.
James Woods and family took
dinner witli J. E. Weaver and
Wesley Azbell called on Amos
Matliias, Sunday ovening.
Frank Beougher, sister Ellie,
and Lena Weaver spent Sunday
with Benj. Beougher and family,
of near Rockbridge.
Mrs. J. A. I (uracil spent the
latter purt of last week at Colum
bus, the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Peter Weavei is visiting rela
tives near Celina, Ohio at present.
Walter Lehman was busily en
gaged in butchering Tuesday.
Sam Gordon and sistois Annio
and May, attended the purty ut
Abe Blum's, Saturday evening.
Miss Carrie White is spending
a few weeks with her aunt, Mrs.
The debate Friday evening was
Clint Woods made a business
trip to Enterpiise, Thursday.
Stnnloy MuDmmkl, wlioie residence 1j un
known, will tnkit untie. i that rmthoh'tli
day or Novemlie", I tins, Ami I.. O'Xolll Hint
his petition In tho Court of Common I'leui
of llocUlng County, Ohio. In enn No. -1070,
iijjulnit Mnryivtt Collins, Tlionuis K. Col
llni mul Mild Stanley Mi-Uonnlcl, The oh
Jeet and ira or of snlil petition la for Judg
ment on it pnimUsiiry note nunlnst .Mr
jgrot CoMus for tlVI.IKI with 7 percent Inter
est thereon seml-imnunlly, from December
:i, IWlj, und the foieclosure nf it mortyun"
Klvon Iiy Mnrgrett Collins nnd Tliomns i:.
Collins to r.ufuyettu O'Neill, spi'urinu the
nbovo note, on T.otM Hand u In Uliickluiru'
Addition to tho town of New CndU, Hock
ing County, Ohio, und sale of said premises
nnd correction of said morlgitge.Jaud eqult
nlilo relief. The petition alleges thnt siilit
Stanley McDonald claims some Interest In
suld premises Iiy p.irchnse, lifter snl 1 mort
guge became absolute.
8ld .Stanley McDonald Is required to mi
HMir Mild petition on or before tho L'addav
of .liuumrv, iwg, or Judgment nnd decree
may he taken iigniust him
Iiy O. W. 11. Wright, his lUloruey,
Nov 12 IK-C, w
is known lor its lilifh ex
cellence and o,ood wealing
qualities. The demand
for it gious largor and
laiger every year.
Wo have just reoehed a
fiesh, new stock, suitable
for women iwul chtldieu
of all ants,
You can have It hi Un
ion Suits or separate nar
iiients, as you piefer
ttutl w iitu ran lev Unit
Uoii'll lw li ithi i iiUamtl
Tho good points of
Mentor Comfort Under
wear aro many, When
you come to tho stoie,
we'll tell you about tliein,
& Yontz 1