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title: 'The Democrat-sentinel. (Logan, Ohio) 1906-1935, December 30, 1909, Image 5',
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Mrc ? Mi Bray spent Friday In
Miss Sue Matliiott war in Hock
Mr. Abram Limdls was in Lan
Mr. Tom Loyahon was in Colum
bus, Tumdny, on buslnoFs.
MifH Jrnnie Noble left Tuesday
for n visit of a few days in Colum
bus. Mr. WillUrd Shaw, of U .Ion
Furnace, was in Logan last Satur
day. Mrs. Vito Devore, of Longstreth,
was tho guest Friday of Mrs. Dr.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Dobbelo, Sunday, December 20, n
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Burko, of
New Straitsvillo, woro Xmas visi
tors in Logan.
Mr. Frank Zipericli and mother
were Columbus visitors from Fri
day till Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hudson, of
-Columbus, were visiting friends in
Miss Gertrude Sohrader spent
several days in Logan with par
ents and friends.
Miss Mary Gabriel went to
Lanoaster, Monday, for a few days
Visit with relatives.
JMr. Edward Donavin Jr., of
Lancaster, spent last Thursday
and Friday in Logan.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles RaiFerty
and baby are spending a week in
Columbus. with relatives.
Mr. Charle9 Raney, of Gary,
"W. Vh., is visiting his parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Z. V". Raney.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hagon, of
482 Motherwell Avenue, are spend
ing the Holidays in Columbus.
Mr. John C. Henderson, Sr., of
near New Plymouth, was a busi
ness visitor in Logan last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allen, of
Wheeling, spent Christmas day in
Logan with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lake, of
Columbus, were the house guests
of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Carpenter,
Miss Flossie Mount and sister,
of Lancaster, have boon tho guests
of Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Mount and
Mr. Ed Doebele, of Duytori, was
tho guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Doebele, Saturday and
Sunday last. .
Miss Grace Diwney, of Colum
bus, spent Christmas in Logan, tho
guest of her grandmother, Mrs.
Miss Stella Fox, who is teaching
school near Haynas, Ohio, is the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo Fox, this week.
Prosecuting Attorney James
Dai by, of Mc Arthur, was in Lo
gan, Tuesday, enroute to Colum
bus on legal business.
Mr. and Mrs, J. F. Reed, of
Crooksville, wero in Logan over
ChristmiR visiting the hitter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ma
thiott. Miss Breta McVay, of 410 Roch
ester Avenue, is spending her va
cation in the country with her
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
Col. Andy Banke, tho very ef
ficient colored porter at the Am
brose, is spending a few days this
week in Zanesvillo and neighbor
Mr. H.irley Thomas, passenger
oonductor on tho H. V. Ry. bo
twoen Jackson and Lgan left Mon
day morning for Witaluta ICae,,
for a siiort stay,
Mr. James H. Price, of Madison
Co., who has been visiting his
mothor, Mrs. Hannah Price, and
J. M. Mount, in Logan, returned
to his home Tuesday.
D. C, Wills, at tho nvonuo bar
ber shop is hundquartors for can
vass gloves and work clothes, at
the vory lowest prices. Come in
and we will show you.
Mrs, H, G. Campbell has con
sented to report an important onso
in tho Fairfield County court as
stenographer, and went to Lan
caEtjr, Wednesday morning.
.Sheriff and Mrs, Williamson
wero in So. Bloomingville on
Christmas day attending the fun
eral of Mr, Howard North, who
died on Thursday of last week,
Mies Idu Juergensmier, of Day
ton, spent Christmas and a few
days this week with her parents,
Mr, and Mrs, Edward Jeurgene.
mier, returning to Dayton Wed
day, Miee Rose White und Mr, Roll
and Bright, two of Hocking Couu
ty's sohool examiners, were in Co
lumbus, Tuesday, in attendance at
a state meeting of the school ex
aminer's in Ohio,
FARM FOIt KENT, April t.
27G acres mile from town and on
tho pike. Tenant Inst year raised
over 2000 bushel corn. Gojd pas
tllro and plenty water. See
Dec. J10, U'W G. W. RooiiKsmt
The Lidlos Aid Sooioty of the
M. E, Church will have a Ken
ington tea nt the pirsonago Junu
B7 5, 11)10. Everybody invited.
Como and holp celobrate tho open
ing of the New Year. A good
supper is promised. Wednesday,
January fi, 10J0 at 5:00 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. T. ). Hrown wero
in Columbus Christmas day to
visit their son, Will Brown, who
lives in that city, Will was
recently married to a Columbus
lady, and is employed by tho
National Biscuit- Co. Mr. and
Mrs. Brown wero accompanied to
Columbus by their daughters, Mrs.
Pearl Rhoades and Mrs. W. W.
Wo are indeed sorry to ienrn
that on Monday the homo of Mr.
Marion Mount, near Wesley
Chapel, in Benton township, burn
ed to the ground and they saved
but very little household goods.
The Are caught from a defective1
lluo before some of the family wero
up, and one daughter had but '
time to escape with her life, Eaving
none of her clothing. She Ihd
from the burning building with '
but a quilt around her. i
Coasting Accident. '
Young Ulrick Stronp3, 10 years
of age, son of Mr. and Mrs Joe
Stroupe, was very painfully hurt
Monday while coasting on West
Street. The upper portion of his
log struck a grade stake and
bruised the llesh from the bone in
horrible manner. Drs. Campb ell
wero called and rendered surgical
aid, being compelled to take 30
stitches to clos3 the gapping
wound. At this time the boy is
resting Us comfortable as could be
Tital Wave Sweeps City.
Boston, Mass., December 20
Two thousand men, women and
children are homeless and beinij
cared for in theaters and public
halls and two score are reported as
missing, as the result of the inun
dation of a section of the city
of Cholsoa, Mass., half a mile
square in the destrict which was
devastated by the great conlligra
tion of not quite two years ago.
The terrific huirican which has
raged along tho New England
coast during the past 20 hours,
littering it with wrecks, was re
sponsible for tho second Chelsea
disaster of the decade. To night
Chelsea is in total darkness.
Real Estate Transfers K
X tJv F& tC Jb Xs Vs JC; ij Cf Cf HN
W. W. Siylor and wife to F. W.
Hamilton, lot 37 in Geo. D. Mow-
ery's Third Addition to tho Vil
lage of Laurelville; $500 00.
G W. Cupp and wife to John
Dresb ck, 3A acres of land in Ben
ton township; 8200.00.
Village of Laurelville to John
Speakman, lot 7 in Allen Strous'
First Addition to Laurelville; $15.
00. Mary Tumor to Charley Turner,
1 aoro of land in Perry township;
Emery Hulllnes and wife to
Isaao E. Brown, 0 aores of land in
Laurel township; $550.00.
Cedar Grove School Program.
The following is a program
rendered by the Cedar Grove
Sohool, Distriot No. 1, Benton
Township, on Christmas Evening :
A large orowd was present and
ail seemed to enjoy themselves
"Wolcome Address .....
"Words of Wolcome,"
Uy (Ir ipluiplioiio
"umy uncoil xoar," , .
"Tlio Uhlmney Children,"
Hmnuk In School,"
Motion Som; ,. ..VIralo und Xolllo Iloorv
...jnuiiio 1100 ry
Wlmt I Wiuit for X'mus," Qnyla Molctiur
lluultutlon Wllllu UiiKur
Miislu, ..... , . . , .,,
"Mtilolloy'd I'uivor," John Uner
"In tint Uouso of Too Aluuli Trouulo,"
Heoltullon Wllllo Uiikoi-
"Why tliu Hon," Klnyil Hmikui'on
HonK-"Justii Lllilo lluby,".
Vtrglonml Nolllo lleory
"SmitiiOlniidou tlioTrutn," .Ionii Uugui-
"Tho Country Justlco,"., , Itny lloery
"In Boliool Days." Dollu llngor
H0111; lly Virgin and Noillu lloury
"Tho OhilstmnsTliut Is Triio,"..
... .. Estliur Mulchm-
"Why tho Tonolier Knows,".
"Wlmt Ilu round In ills Htooklui;,"
,,.. ,.,,Uuylt moIcIht
Muslo ,. . ... ,,
"i'lieTwln llrotuors," ...Oliunncoy oidllold
"i-iio wan," ..... uunvrii wooiovcr
"Tho Now Ohuroh Ort'nu," , ..(ioldlo lloury
"Ohrlsirous tlhost," .Mnry Wntli
Hong ..... lly Icul Jtuvls
'ThoOldHuhool House," ,. ,.l,tllu Unuur
"Oood Will and l'ouoe," . .Ksther .Mululiur 1
Kecltutloii "AtUhnalinnsTime,". ...
..lly blx children
"WufttthoMttleOlrlfiiild," .VIculo lleory
Music. . . .....
"Two Utile Kittens," , , ,, Lena Mount
"ilury's Trouble," . , , John Unger ,
"Homebody's .Mother," . Nolllo lleory
Muslo ... , ,, I
HoiiK "I'm I'loUIn' My (Joniimuy
Now,".. . Vlrglo und Nolllo Henry
"On UhrUtuins Day." Ionu llm-.u-
Mong .. .... , ,. ,ny James lie
"Dear Little Blossom,'
Bong , ,
"The First Hyiun."
"The Bachelor's Hale."
.Hoxy Nihuor place for soiuo time, wo will try
L.jlaniuIB0iui0S to scribble some of tho latest hap-
ljoiiu nuusr j'wmuiui AKueu, wuo uuu ueun un
'.': "sunrroiis," .uoiuie iiavls iln
iiim, oumoi ieuH,"iuoKiMiu'Bong,-' , ..v .w .., .0 w. ....... uwv
XT rT ,'Ja,7,M ne at present.
Naik HoNMom, leacher, I Henry Finefrook.of Clear Creek,
X The Big Red Tag
Wc beg to announce to the people of Logan and vicinity that our annual Big Red Tag Reduction Sale begins, 3?"'IE:?.IIDA"Y
IDEOEjiMIBIEjP?. 31St. This is the sale you have been waiting for come. This simple announcement within itself will fill this'
store with our old customers who know that this store always makes good that it never disappoints its customers and that no customer is ever allowed
to remain dissatisfied. To others we wish to say that this is our cleaning out time that we never carry goods over from one season to another not
if a price will move them. We have marked the goods down way down everything in this store is reduced in price Y2, V4 and 1-5. It is useless
for us to try and tell our whole story in this space so wc wont try. Come to the store and sec for yourself. THE PilSCIiS BELOW ARE A SAMPLE
OF THE WAY WE WILL SELL THE THINGS YOU WANT DURING THIS SALE.
Bargain Time in Dress
:m inch Cashmeres and shadow
striped Serges reduced from :nic
and 25c to :S0c and
."H inch Mohairs, Batistes and shadow
stripes reduced from 50c to
42 and 50 Inch Mohairs, wool Satins,
Serges, Panamas and shadow
striped Serges reduced from 75c to
42 and 50 Inch wool Satins, Broad
cloths, Mohairs, Serges, Tatfetas,
Ottomans and shadow striped
Serges and Satins reduced from
l.:s5and 1.00 to 1.0S and .
42 and 50 Inch black Panamas, Broad
cloths, Serges, wool Satins, Ta (Io
tas, Ottomans, Peau de Soles, San
toys, Volls, shadow striped Serges
and Satins reduced from 1. .'!.", 1.00
and 75c to 1.08, 7Sc and
Silks at Red Tag Prices
27 inch China Silks reduced fiom 50c
to - 39c
24 Inch lough Silks reduced from 50c
10 Inch fancy waisting Silks reduced
from 1.00 to 75c
36 Inch colored Taffetas and soft
Satins reduced from 1.00 to 78c
30 Inch black Taffetas, wear guaran
teed, reduced from 1.35 and 1.00 to
1.03 and . . ..
3d Inch black Peau de Soies, one of
the best wearing Silks made, re
duced from 1.35 and 1.00 to 1. OS and
30 inch black Satin Reps and Satin
Duchess, 1 educed from 1.50 and
1.25 to 1.15 and ... SI. 00
27 inch black Bengallne, reduced
from 1.00 to
Reduced Prices on Silk
and Cotton Waists
Ladles tailored Waists made of linen
finish materials and fancy mercer
ised madras reduced from 1.50 and
1.00 to 1.00 and 75c
Ladles tailored Waists made of all
pure linen materials, stiff collar
and cuffs, plaited and cmbroideied
fronts, reduced from 2.75 and 2.25
to 2.00 and...". SI. 60
Ladies silk Waists, made of good
quality tatl'eta in black and colors,
tucked front and back, open in
front and finished with covered
buttons, reduced from 3,50 to S2.75
Ladles silk Waists made of an extra
quality tallcta in black only, back
and front tucked and trimmed
with stitched bands and jet orna
ments, open back and front styles,
reduced from 5.00 to S3. 75
Blankets and Comforts
10-4 cotton Blankets, in grey, white
and tan, reduced from 75c and 50c
to 55c and 45c
11-4 cotton Blankets, In grey, white
and tan, reduced from l 75, 1.50
and 1.00 to 1.35, 1.20 and 80c
II-1 all wool Blankets reduced from
5,00 to S3.75
Largo bl.e bed Comforts, with covers
of fancy calicos and lllled with
good cotton, reduced from 1,50,
1.25 and 1.00 to 1.20, 1,00 and 8O0
The above items and prices will give you an idea the way wc intend to sell GOODS DURING THIS SALE We cannot mention everything
in this "ad." The best way will be for you to be here early and often. You will find everything reduced 1-5, Vi and 2-
' THESE PRICES ARE FOR CASH ONLY
ara It a xta rrtt- att l ttnt It u
0ini, itaf la o, w.pt. i,a
was seen on our roads, one day
Qeo, Morris was in Sugar Grove
xr?zzt!umEiHXJUSM.mit..im if .'.lie
That you want, now priced low
Ladles 25c lleeced Vests and
Ladies 50c lleeced Vests and Pants
Ladies 1.00 wool
Vests and Pants
Ladies 50c fleeced Union Suits re
Ladies 1.00 lleeced Union Suits re
Ladies Munsing lleeced Pnion Suits
reduced from 1.50 to .. SI.
Ladies Munsing wool Union Suits
reduced from 2 5( and 2.00 to 1.75
and SI. 50
Boys and girls 50c Union Suits ic-
Boys and girls 1 00 and 75c Union
Suits reduced to ROc and
Childrens 25c lleeced
Pants reduced to
50c and 25c Ruben's
to I0c and
1.00 wool Skirts reduced to.
50c and 25c knit and outing Petti
coats loJuced to 40c and
Hosiery at Cut Prices
Ladies 25c ribbed and lleeced Ilose.- 12c
Ladies 25c line lleeced, cotton Hose.. 1 2c
Mens 25c black, lleeced 1-2 Hose 12c
Mens light weight wool 1-2 Hose... 12c
Childrens 25c ribbed, heavy wool
Childrens 25c Hose, cotton top with
wool feet 12c
The above aro all the long wearing Black
Cat seconds and aie the best Hose made
for the price.
Ladies lleeced cotton Hose reduced
from 25c to 20c
Ladies Cadet Hose with linen knee,
- heel and toe reduced from 25c to.. 20c
Ladies meiceri.ed Ifose in delicate
shades leduced from 25c to 20c
Ladles line lisle and cotton Hose re
duced from 50c and 25c to 10c and 20c
Ladies silk Hose in black and colois
reduced from 1.25 and 1.00 to 1.00 & 80c
Mens Cadet Hose with linen heel
and too icduced from 25c to 20c
Childrens Cadet Hose with linen
knee, heel and toe reduced from
25c to I 20c
We sell you these cheaper than wc
can buy them
Best Calicos, In black, bluo, grey and
red, at 5c
(i l-2c lnown Muslin for 5S'c
8 l-.'ic bleached Muslin for 7c
20c feathor Ticking for 16c
Best 10c Shirtings for..- 8c
Best 10c Outings for 80
Host It-1, 10-1 and 11-1 brown Sheet
ings redjeed to 22c and 24c
20c pillow Tubing leduced to 16c
12 l-'.V Porcals reduced to 10c
7c apron Ginghams for 5lSc
12 l-2c dress Ginghams for 10c
15c Denims reduced to . 12c
12 l-2c and 10c plain Outings for 10c
and , 8c
10c and 8 l-3c Canton Klannols for 8c
8 l-3c striped and checked Outings for 7c
,,,11 i' Milium,
on business, Thursday,
Our sohool is progressing very
nicely under tho management of
B, O, Azbell.
Carrie Morris made a cull on
Laura Beavers, one day last week,
Ardell Lindsoy is spending a few
weeks with her parents, of this
Meeting was woll attended at
the Holy Barn, Sunday evening.
Carrie Morris spent Tuesday
evening with her grandmother,
Mary A. Morris.
Those who spent Sunday eve
ning at the home of C, F, Morris
were the following; Hazel, Blanohe
and Budd Kraft, Ed Carpenter
und Herbert Cave.
Arthur Morris epont Sunday uf
tornoon with Mary Ann MorriB.
Jerry Ellok is spending a few
days with his parents.
Ruben Hedge is buf.y making
ties for C. P, Morris.
Mrs, Yiola Hedfv Jiae returned
Coats and Dresses at
Ladies 54 inch Coats made of good
quality thlbet and fancy mixtuies,
S.50, 7.50 and o.OO Coats reduced to
1.25,3.75 and .. . S3. OO
Ladles 54 inch Coats made of fine
coverts, broadcloths and fancy
mixtures, reduced fiom 12.50 and
10.00 to ii.25 and. S5.00
Ladies 54 inch Coats made of line
broadcloths, coverts and fancy
mixtures, reduced from 17.50, 1(1.50
and 15.00 to s 75, 8.25 and S7.50
Ladies 54 inch Coats made of line
broadcloths, in black and colors,
half and full satin lined, reduced
from 25.00, 22.50 and 21. On to 12.50,
11.25 and . to. 50
Ladles Dresses made of line cash
meres, seiges and panamas, all
nicely made and trimmed in the
latest styles, reduced from 150,
15.00 and 11.50 to 0 25, 7..10 and....S5.75
Childrens Coats made of line keiseys,
fancy mixtuies and wide wale
diagonals, reduced from 5.00, 1.00,
3.25 and 2.75 to.!."0, 3 00, 2.50 and..S2.00
Childrens bear skin and crushed
plush Coats, ages 2 Lo 5 jears, le
duced from 2.50 and 2.00 to 1.75 and SI .50
Clearing Prices on Dress
Ladies Skirts made of line panamas
in Hare and plaited styles, silk and
elf trimmed, reduced from 5.00
and 1.00 to 3.75 and S3.00
Ladies Skirts made of line chillon
Panamas in the new plaited styles,
reduced from 10.00 and 7.5o to 7.50
Ladies Skirts made of line black
volls, plaited styles, trimmed with
morie, jet and satin, reduced fiom
15.00, 10.00, 7.50 and 5 00 to 1O.00,
7 50, 5.50 and . '. S3. 75
Now is the time to buy Furs
Ladies fur Scarfs that sold for 2.75,
1.1)0, 1.50 and 1.00 leduced to 2.00.
1.25, 1.00 and 75c
Ladies fur Scarfs that sold for 0.00,
5.00 and 3.75 reduced to 1 00, 3.25
Ladles fur Scarfs that sold for 11.50,
10.00 and 7.00 reduced to 7 50, (l.oo
Ladies Muffs that sold for d.oo, 5 no
and 1.00 reduced to 4.00, 3.50 and S2.75
Ladies Mull's that sold for 1.1.50, 11.50
and 7.00 leduced to O.Ou, 7 50 and S4.50
Rugs, Curtains and
You can save money on these
0x12 Administer room size Bugs,
regular value 22 50, reduced to.. 16.90
0x12 seamless velvet room sic Hugs
reduced from 21.50 to 17.90
3tix72 Axmlnistor Bugs reduced from
3.50 to S2.65
27x51 Axmlnlster Bugs reduced from
2.25 to SI. 65
2 yard wide Linoleums 1 educed fiom
1.25 and 1.00 to l.oo and 80c
One-llfth oil on all Mattings Oil Cloths,
Window Shades, Laco and Swiss Curtains.
to her homo again.
Dora and Wesley Mo-ris are
spending u fow days with their
J. It, Lindsey and wife wore in
Rockbridge, Friday, on business,
Arthur Morris lias purchased a
No. 1 coon dog.
Duiiel Goes and wife, of Clear
Creek, spent Xmas with J, M,
ilorrU, of Brownsville,
Herbert Caves was in Lanoaster,
one day last week,
Linens at Bargain Prices
54 inch bleached and half bleached
table Linens, reduced from 25c to
72 inch bleached and half bleached
table Linens, reduced fromtiOc and
50c to 15c and.
72 inch bleached and half bleached,
all pure linen table Damasks, re
duced from 75c and (5c to 00c and.
72 inch bleached, all pure linen table
Damasks, newest patterns, re
duced from 1.00 to
7 inch bleached, all pure linen table
Damasks, some with plain centers
and double borders, 1 educed from
1 25 to . . S1.00
1.50, 3.50, 2.75 and 2.25 Napkins to
match cloths, reduced to 3.00 and
2.S0 to 2.20 and S1.80
2 00,1.75, 1.50 and 1.00 Napkins re
duced to 1.00. 1.40, 1.20 and
Fancy hemstitched buck and damask
Tow els reduced from 50c to
35c and 25c buck Towels reduced
to 2Sc and
Hemstitched Damasks and drawn
work Lunch Cloths reduced from
1.25 and 1.00 to 1.00 and
Drawn work and German Cluny
Scarfs reduced from 1.00 and 85c
to 0c and
30 inch embroidered Cloths with
Scarfs to match reduced from 50c
Stevens all linen bleached and brown
Crashes reduced from 12 l-2c to...
All linen bleached Crashes reduced
from 10c to
You can save money on these
Ladies imitation heatlierbloom Petti
coats with deep milled, tucked and
straped Ibunces, leduced from 1.75,
1.50 and l.oo to 1.35, 1.20 and 80o
Ladies heathei bloom Petticoats with
deep milled, tucked and straped
flounces, reduced from 2.75, 250 and
2.25 to 2.20, 2.00 and SI. 80
Ladies tailored silk Petticoats made
of extra quality taffeta, in black
only, with deep straped llounce,
1 educed fiom 4.50 to S3. 50
Ladies silk Petticoats made of line
tatfeta, in black and colors, with
fanc fan plaited llounces, reduced
from 5.00 to S3. 75
Bargains Here and There
2.50, 2.00, 1.50 and 1.00 B. & G. Cor
sets leduced to 2.00, l.iso, 1.20 and 80c
50c Corsets reduced to 40c
4.25 Coat Sweaters leduced to ... . S3.00
Ladies 1.50 and 1.00 kid Gloves le-
duced to 1.20 and 80c
1.00, 50c and 25c wool Fascinators and
Scarfs reduced to S0c, 40c and .. 20c
Childicns Coat Sweaters reduced
from 1.50 and 5ic to 1.20 and 40c
l.oo, 50c and 25c baby knit Jacket re
duced to SOc, 40c and 20o
25c, 15c and KM ladles and childrens
mittens reduced to 20c, 12c and 8c
Ladles 50c and 25c hose supporters
reduced to 40c and 20o
1.25 and l.oo tape edge umbiellas
reduced to 1.00 and 8O0
O. N. T. Crochet Cotton 4o
Embroidery Cotton and pearl lustie
per skein 2c
One lot of pearl Buttons at iter do. 3o
One fifth oil on all BIbbons, .lewelry, um
Mrs. Budd Morris called on her
sister, one day last week,
Carrie MorriB will start to sohool
again, Monday, after an absence
of a long time, Soiiooi. Km.
The MoArthur Savings At Loan
Company lias money to loan on
Logun real estate at T0 interest,
Easy paymente, Correspondence
solioited O, F. 1'it.oiiKit, Seov,,
reo. 28, 8.m MoArthur, OHp,