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Use Dorraatino after shaving.
Mrs. Julia' Dew spent Xmne in
M'B. CIiub. Rose was ut Lnncas
Mr. Win. Wyman was in Colum
Mr. Perry Iioush spent Xmas in
MoBon City, W. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cooley wore
11 Columbus, Friday.
Mr. Joe Case is home from
Delaware for the holidays.
are in Columbus
Mrs. Bert Stedem was in Nehon
ville, Friday and Saturday.
Mr. Mack Golumbar, of Colum
bus, was in Logan, Monday.
Mr. Seth Sloan, of Columbus,
was in Logan oyer Christmas.
Dermatine for chapped face and
hands, cuts, burne, gargle, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hall were
in Columbus, Friday of last week
Mr. Sam St. Clair was a busi
ness visitor in Rockbridge, Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Snider and
baby spont Christinas in Marion,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Harrington
and family spent Christmas in Co
lumbus. Mr. Mart Burgess, of Gore, was
in Logan, Monday, enroute to Co
lumbus. Mr. P. W. Hankison and son
Isaac were in Lancaster, Friday of
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Green,
Somerset, who were guests of Mr
and Mrs. Juko Savey, over
Christmas, returned to their homo
Foley's Honey and Tar is tho
best and safest cough rcmody for
children. At tho first symptoms
of a cold, give as directed, and ward
off danger of croup,, bronohitip,
sore throat, cold in the head, and
stuffy breathing. It brined com
fort and easo to the little ones.
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harmful drugs. Keep always on
hand, and refuse substitutes. Bort
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This means greater heat-power, a more rapid diffusion of heat
and a sure conversion of all the heat-energy in the oil,
In a cold room, light the iieater and in 10 minutes you'll have a
glowing heat that carries full content.
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"Dermatine" prevents blood
poison from cuts, burns, etc. A
Mrs. Darley Moore spent X'mas
at Columbus, guest of her son,
Mr. Will Moore.
Mr. Harlay Kuhn lias purchased
the Brunswick billiard rooms and
Mr. Oliver Brooke and daugh
ter Ruth spont Christmas at
Sam Hart, of Wellston, was,
the over Sunday guest of Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Stifllir.
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Butin, and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Butin spent
Xmas and Sunday in Kachelmach
er. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gage and
qon Locke aro visiting rotatives
and friends in Cleveland for o
Mrs. Fred Joost, of Woodefield,
spent Christmas in Logan, guest
of her paronts, Mr. and Mrs, Nick
Marshal Shively and wife left
Monday morning for Muringo
Ohio, to visit Mr. and Mrs. James
Mies Elizabeth Brown, of Co
lumbus, was in Logan over Christ
mas and Sunday, returning Mon
Mr. John Spencer, of Columbus,
was in Corbonhiil with his family
over Sunday, roturning to Colum
Mrs. Luko Lehman and daugh
ter Daisy, of Columbus, are visit
ing Mrs Leah Blosser and other
relatives in Logan.
Miss Myrtle Morgan, of Colum-
bup, was home over Xmas and
... . .
ounaay visiting ner paronts, air
and Mrs. J. C. Morgan.
WANTED To borrow 2500
Beet of security given. Will fur-
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at this ollico. nov 23 t f
Mr. and Mrs. Bundy Allen and
daughter Blanche aro spending a
week in Indianopolis Ind., visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Edwards.
Treasurer J. W. Gabriel and
brother, Homer Gabriel, were in
Laurelvillo, Bloomingvillo and
Haynos tho past few days to
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Mr. Will Hankieon, of Lancnstor,
came to Logan, Monday, to spend a
few days with the family of P. W.
Hankison, on Route 1 south of
Mr. F. M. McKay was in Logan
over Christmas and Sunday, re
turning to Springfield Monday,
where ho Is operating an oil and
gas exchange and land oillee.
Mr. ntul Mrs. Wm. Gumniero
and son Harold, left Friday of last
week to spend the holdays with
relatives in Pataekaln. Mr. Gum
mere will go on to Pittsburg for a
I bupt. "Billy" Croiuean, of tlio
II. V. Shops here, left Monday for
Columbus. Mr. Cromean is get-
ting out the necessary papers to
natont a verv imnnrtunr, dnvino
thnt he has invented.
Dr. and Mrs. M. II. Cherrington
are in Columbus this week visiting
rolatives, from which place they
will go to Mt. Clemens, Mich ,
where the Doctor will take treat
ment for rheumatism.
The McArthur Savings it Loan
Company has money to loan on
Logan real estate at 70 inteiesf.
Easy payments. Correspondence
solicited. O. F. Pii.oiiku, Secy.,
Dec. 23, a-m McArthur, Ohio.
Mr. Lafe Beery, infirmary di
rector, and Mr. C. E. Wright,
superintendent of the infirmary
and children's home, went to
Chiilicothe Monday to get throe
children that belong to this coun
ty. Steward W. P. Millar, of the
Columbus Hospital for the Insane,
was at home in Union Furnace
over Sunday, and stopped in Lo
gan a few minutes Monday morn
ing. Herepoits his work going
Mrs S. Joyce, Claremont, N H.
writes: "About a year ago ' I
bought two bottles of Foley's Kid
ney Remedy. It cured me of a se
vere case of kidney trouble of
several years standing. It cer
tainly is a grand, good medicine,
and I heartily recommend it,"
Bort cfc Co.
Mr. James M. Dollison, of Fair
mont, W. Va., who with his daugh
ter, has been visiting his father
G. W. Dollison, tho past week, ro-
turned to his homo Sunday,
daughter Katheryn wont to
ark for a short visit.
FOR SALE A new eight
house on South Orchard St.
furnished, hot and cold water both
kinds, up-to-date in every way.
Also a now four room house on
Front Street, well furnished, good
well and cistern, both have good
basements. For terms and price
eall on Fkank Shaw.
Dec. !I0, 8-wks.
A New Unit.
The Logan Light and I'owor
Co. hnvo purchased anothor direct
connected generator. This will
place them in position to he safe
guarded against interuptions of
service. At present thoy have one
Manager Wagonhals says with
tho other unit he could carry
orory light in Logan and Nelson
v llo combined, and that ho in
tends to solicit business for a day
torvlce. This should be a boon to
the users of power in fuiall con
cerns and will bo especially line
for the women folks for eleotrlo
irons and vacuum cleaners. There
aro numberless devices that lesson
labor and add to the comfort of
the home and no doubt if a day
service Is installed, Logan resi
dents will uvuil themselves tn iifao
This lighting company tins in
oreaeed its load 100 per cent dur
ing tho past year and will be in
poeition, with the now generator,
to oarry more than twice the pres
ent load in tho next year.
A freight train piled up at Un
ion Furnace again Sunday and de
railed six oars, No person was
seriously hurt, and the spill was
cleaned up during the day,
lloport or Bonn, or Visitors.
To whom it may concern !
The Honid of County Visitors
or Hocking County, Ohio, consist
ing of W. W. McCray, J'residont ;
Mrs, II. It. Harrington, Sccrotary,
and Alls Anna Green, Mrs. Lni
ma H. Hrooko, T. J. Hrown and
II. Trim in or and not moro than
three of wl'oni havo tho samo
iilllllntlnns, hereby make n full ro
port of our proceedings during tho
year, and our rccommondntiouB
concoming tho charitable and cor
rectional institutions supported in
wholo rr in part from the County
or Municipal funds, as follows:
Visit made Noy. 2, 1000.
The Villago Lock-Up was found
in its usual bad condition. It is
absolutely unfit to placo any
human being in even for only a
night, however low or degraded
he may havo become or however
criminal he may be.
We found the sanitary condition
of tho County Jail tho worst that
wo havo ever seen It, through all
tho years that wo havo beon act
ing as a board of County Visitors
This is tho unanimous expioesion
of every member of the Hoard.
Wo do not mean to cast tiny re
llections on tho Sheriir of the
County or his excellent wifb when
we thus speak of the condition of
tho Jail for wo havo satisfied our
selves fully that the havo done
and ure now doing everything in
their power to keep tho Jail in
good condition. Wo feol that
they deserve commendation for
their patient and unceasing labors
to make and keep this institution
preeentable. The first lloor should
be removed ut once and a now one
put down, and wo suggest that if
practical that it be of concrete so
as to shut oil' all exhalations from
below this lloor as much of tho
stench noticable upon entering the
lower rooms of the Jail wo are
satisfied must come from that
source. As long as the present
condition exists the health of the
unfortunnte confined therein is en
dangered as is also that of the
Sheriff and his family, as under
present arrangements of the build
ing thero is nothing to prevent the
atmosphere of tho Jail from per
meating the entire dwelling part
of the structure As a Committee
we urge upon the authorities to
give this prompt attention and
lemedy soon as possible.
At the Children's Home we
found twenty-nine inmates, nine
teen males and ten females, and
all witli a singlo exception looking
strong and heilthy and all in the
school but three, tho one referred
to above as not being in good
health, tho otfie'r two being too
Wn havo no criticisms to offer as
to the management of this instl
tion and only two or three sug
gestions to offer. The nursery
room is too small for accommoda
tion ot so large a number of inmates
as are now enrolled, and should be
enlarged. 'Puis can easily bo done
by extending tho room some ten or
fifteen feet to the west and at a
small txpense. The lloor of this
room has become very rough so
that the children nre in danger of
running splinters into their feet
even through their shoes. We sug
gest that this lloor be smoothed
off and a coat of good filler ap
plied and this followed by a coat
of Jap-a-lac or some kind of paint.
Wo noticed no reading matter
for the children. This should by
all means be furnished them. A
childrons magazine or two and the
Youth's Companion or similar
publications should be provided
and tho teacher or matron read
these to the children at suitable
time and the children should be
ercouraged to read for themselves
and some of the best readers
should be encouraged to read aloud
to tho others.
Wo noticed very few pictures on
the walls. Pictures are educators,
therefore suitable ones should be
provided for nil rooms. We did
not spend much time in the school
room and therefore did not see
much of the teacher's work, but
she eeemed to be very earnest and
the matron reported that 6he was
doing good work.
In tho infirmary thoro aro 28
males and 'J3 females, in all ill in-
niatos. Iloro wo found evorything
in condition. Wo made a careful
inspection os wo passed through
and found everything neat and
clean and with a singlo exception
all in tho enj lyinont of fairly good
health and ready for their meals.
Ono man was in tho hospital ,
but wo did not learn from what
disease ho was confined. He did
not ei'ein to be seriously sick, honco
wo presumo he will soon be out
and around again, As a Committee
wo satisfied ourEelves that this
institution is boing well managed
in all its departments and we were
especially well plensed to know
that the products of the farm are
now as heretofore quite a factor
in making tho institution self
lafcjft&afe VJhii wiSSStM
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Wo think tho miporlntciuluiil
and marton deserve groat credit
f jr tholr successful utanngomotit of
nil dopartiuotits under tholr charge,
with tho facilities at tholr com
mand. Wo are sUro that with bettor
facilities thoy would piano the In
Urinary and Children's Homo on a
much higher piano. In ordor that
improved facllitltcB ho provided
thorn wo suggoBt a ntlmbor of lin
provomonts: First: A hotter system of heat
ing both Infirmnry and Homo.
Sooond: That an up ground
dining room or ecparato dining
rooms for males and females be
provided at the Infirmary.
Third: Thnt a Hospital for
tho sick bo provided.
Fourth : That a wing bo added
to tho west side of tho main buil
ding, and further wo suggest that
if this is in ado of stilllcicnt sizo,
then suggestions two and throe can
ho easily carried out, and if all
tho suggestions wo havo made be
carried out to tho letter then will
tho bonovolent institutions of Hock
ing County corapure vory favorably
with tho best in the State.
W. W. McCit.u,
T. J. Hkown,
Km ma C. ImooKK,
Mitt H. H. HAltltlKOToN,
Mas. Anna Giiiikn.
BESIEGEOJI II CAVE,
A Girl the Principal Actor In a
Defense Against Indians.
By MARTHA L. TWEED.
Cop Hslit, two, bj American 1'rcss Asao
"Well." snltl Charlie KNon
leaned bad: against llii side
cave and laid down his 1 1 llo.
fur the 111. si time in ten davs,
pose wo can consider the sler
The Indians would linitllv collect their
ponies :uld tide on mcioss the plain
with an ide.i of clicuuiveuiliif; ns
"We have nn iinobatuietod Ie for
at least live miles in ft out. and the
could never climb over the mountains
behind. It is fortunate for us th.it
Gertie remembered the envo and
thought of It as n refuge."
"It is fortunate for us In peivtlilns
that we have Gertie," i entitled his
sister Knee, .smiling airectioimtelj at
the seen(een-jeai-old glil who was
crouching near the entiance of the
cave, with one arm In a sliug
Of all the party she was the only one
wounded, and of all the puitj it was
she who hud best acted the part of a
man. She smiled back .slightly, but
without turning her head.
Tilde was something in her whole
appearance her figure, her face, espe
cially her mouth and eyes that e.v
ptessed tirmnebs. Musculnily theie was
in her the same stiength She wore a
skirt reaching but a short distance be
low her knees, n man's gaiters, a jacket
buttoning 'lose about her throat and a
man's ordinary felt hat, without eeu
a tiny feather in tho band
"When we lirst bjw the Indians,"
Kate Clson went on. "it was Get tie
who whirled the horses tound, riding
on her pony at their heads and urging
them forward, and it was she who . i
sisted on lo.cing the wagon ijlmost to
tho vory mouth of the lower cave and
CODLD SHU THOSK INDIANS HUIillY-
INfl TOWAIID Tnu OWU
cm bringing ns much of the piovlslonn
and hiippllcs up hero as wo could.
"If It had not been for them and the
keg or water bho biought up iiersclt
when the Indians weie almost upon
her wo could not have held out so
"Tlinl's so," admitted Charlie Ulsou
candidly. "I do nut suppose 1 would
have thought or the provisions in.vselt
or even of cllmblug to this upper cave
instead of stepping In the one below.
And It's the same about the iparUs
manslilp. 1 have been popping off the
gun like a boy does'lils Kourtli of July
craekeis, fur the noise, though maybe
that did keep I hem off a little. Hut
if Gertie's telling shots hud not le-eu.
forced my Ineffectual ones the Indians
would soon have caught on and bcram-
! bled up tho rocks."
I Charlie Clson's voice had been
strained and depressed for the past
ten duys. Now, with tho Indians mov
ing across the plain, bis tones became
care rree, almost jubilant. It was his
i mercurial temperament, and his sister
looked across at hlni indulgently, but
Whatever else ho might be, caieless,
iucapable. visionary, ho was always
lovable, always oblivious of himself
It was the cureless, visionary nature
that had ttaited him west when his
little propel ty was lost nnil the oblivl
ousuess to self that had caused liiui
to suure nU scauty means with tho
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eaU, em.K la mil (ic.ituie they found
wandering on thu plain-all tii.it was
left ol a iron tier massrtcip
He ncM'i thought of inUiug her to a
tl.iding pirsi in tianslening the. bur
dun to sonic one with iiie'ins and a
settled home HU oulj ilinusht was
that hum el oi Hi the. would he thiee
instead of two l.aiei she hid devel
oped into a be.'iuiilul, stiong loablu
gill, to the wonilei and silisiaction ot
himself and K He
iow, onlj tlni'f months from the
lescue. she was leiiiining the biead
upon the wateis a thiius.irdtold. As
she tin nod hoi face low. ml them tor
an instant theie was something of
I ho same oxpiosslon In her ecs that
appealed in Kate's, though with a dif
ference Xo ono could bo in I he tender heail
cd, inobponsible man's company long
without losing him and wanting to
caie foi him as she wmld lor an nf-
lecrionate, l.clpless child.
And in Gertie's life. en before tho
massacre of tho haish oiced father
and stepmother, there had been little
of love and caring fot
"Not manj men could Imo held out
so well hi yon h.ip. Cli.ulie." she said,
using the last wonl lic-ltntingli, as
though not quite nuiMomed to it
"You lnne scarcelj slept at all sineo
we'MJ been in Hie line, and ou have
kept us laughing most ol the time with
jour fining talk."
"Done taiil. well as a iauK and file
man," ho inteii upled paylj "Ut
couise I don't think I lark iieno or
endurance. It's oulj that I need a
leader with diawn swoid Now what
shall we doV I"
lie was inovint; towaid ilie enhance
as he spoKe. .md with the last word
theie came a dull iliud. followed by a
sharp lepoii A bullet had llaileued
against i lie lock ne,i i hi- held. Genie
caught his arm and dicw him back.
"Ileie," -he ci led. siiatchiui; his hat
swirtl. and icplaelng it upon the muz
zle of his illle "Thej will not siwpect
the old irlik. a-, ll".' h.ne iut seen
you mo lug .Now"
She pushed I lie iiiii'.le of his illle
towaid the entiaiue . I he hat could
be seen injni below
Almol ii'si.intly iheie were two
mote HituN mil lepnns mid litis time
tho bullets pi-,Md tlnuiiith the hat ind
then ilaiteind again-t Hie lock.
"That implies then guns." Hie gill
cried "I Uiiuw llie, hae no lilies
fiotn the wat ih.'.v lnne been firing
Walt' 1 et me shoot mc had moro
pi.Kllee than , nil "
She slipped b, him lo the eae
openlii'. wheio she diopped at full
length in older to use Hie rlile with
her iitiln )ui i'ii mm
Below she ioild M'e thiee Indians
huiijing towaid i he cave. Kxldeutly
they had it'inaliied behind, hiding in
some crew lee in hope ut ilie besieged
coming lot Hi when the main body
Iielle lug t heir bullets had pierced
the head they thnimht-iu.slde the hat
and thus deprhed the cave of one ot
Its few deli'iideis, ilio.v weie rushing
forwaid to tompleic the woil. before
following the malii hod.x.
Gertie lecognled Willi a sudden feel
ing of exultation that the middle In
dian was the one she hud seen giving
directions all through the siege, evi
dentlj the chlet Willi him gone the
danger would xery likely be oer.
There weie a quick flash and a re
port, and then she slipped back into
Dr. M, II. Cherrington Dr. .1. S.
Till: CilURUINCiTON HOSPITAL is now entering upon Its second
year, Ourlii the past thirteen months many persons have been
oporated upon and without a singlo fatality.
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Hospital surgeons, may havo their choice of suigeons,
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for the treatment of diseases. Tails answered by either physician
day or night.
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'I shot him through the hip," s
epl lined in answer to their inquirl
looks " don't like to really k
any one but he won't light again. I
was the chief, so thej could not lea'
him The. ate eiirying him to tbf
ponies now. which they have conceu
ed somewlieie 1 don't think they wl
trouble us any mote."
But she was mistaken. Maddene
by the loss of one ot their number, lb
two other Indians, afier taking him t
eovei. weie seen looking up at thecav
and talking to each oilier, evldeutl.
dellbeiating upon a new plan of ut
tack Tliei weie aware that the pal
tj was not stiong, but they had u
heart lor making an atiack upon them
intienched as they weie in so strong
a position They wished to circum
ent them. I'iesentl. by their panto
mime the besieged discowred that they
had anhed at a conclusion. 'J hen they
were seen gathering wood.
"Great heavens!" exclaimed Charlie.
"They're going to try to burn or smo'
us out I"
"I don't think they will succeed,"
said Gertie calmly.
"Whj '-" asked Bob.
"They must get above us and drop
the diebrauds down befoie the mouth
of the cae There is only one path by
which they can climb, and down tbero
to the lelt we can see a doen feet of
it. Thex must pass that point to get
above us and unless we miss them we
can shoot I hem."
"The. uijj make a quick dash," said
Kate, who was fast losing her equa
nimity. "I can do one of I hem." said Charlie,
"and I know (ieille can do the other."
It wns half an hour before the lu
dlans had gaiheied wood suf.iclent to
make the attempt Then they disup-
peaiod. '1 he besieged got ready to
drop I hem as ihei passed the open
space w licit1 ihc. loiild be seen. Ger
trude and Chut lie ear h look a title, lev
eled It on a i est with the muzzle point
ed lo the spate, knowing that they
would hae but a few moments iu
which in Ilie 1'ie.senily an Indian,
coxeiiiig his side with I he wood, shot
out lino the open. Geilrude's ritie
eiaeked. and he limped luck She had
shot him in the loot
iiie.v walled some lime for the other
man. bu' ilie nei the.v mw of him he
was helping Ills companion away.
".Now what shall we do?" asked
Clin rile lllsiin. some nt the old depres
sion lemming to his oiie. "Our wag
on Is binned, anil all Ilie horses are car
lied oil ei opt the two which got away
and i .in neioss the plain. I ihinl:
ma i lie tliej. will come back to us when
llielr night woais off But how eau
we go mi without a wagon?"
Gett!es face looked thoughtful.
"Suppose we don't go on," she sug
gested. "The land Is beautiful urouml
hero and the soil rich, and we would
always have this cave to protect us
should there be auj more danger.
And then thero is a tine spring of wa
Theie was a look In her eyes wuleu
brought Charlie Hlson to lier side with
eager questioning In his own.
"Yon-jmi don't mean, Gertie, that
that-wny. I'm fifteen ears older and
an incompetent, and -you do?" as the
look In her ejes slipped down Into u
tender ueiiiulottsness about her lips.
"Then we'll stin " a sudden vibrant
ting nt strength earning Into his o!c.
"We uiiiiil haidl.x tlud a pieiilor conn.
tr iH' will make a home on iim
edge of (he Plain doxvn there"
Clierrliigton Miss Wllllck, Supt.