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V.zcma Readily Cured by a
Simple Home Treatment.
gj A simply oloiin remedy that can
e up ni In the humo It! what every
nerflnti ilonireH who is sutForlnR
rom ei mii'i Ynu onn now havo
J.luit remedy itutt get Instant relief,
and I)1 cured permanently by
Zeino, n clean veuotnblu Hiiuid for
ex tern nl m.e. Z-mn cures pkin
dineas? by druwinjr the jortnsnnd
their poistitif", that uhufo the dla
easo, to the surface of the skin
and diBtroyliiR them, leaving the
akin clean and healty. Mr. F. S.
Case, the dru(ii?t, will give you a
booklet and will explain to you
how a great many cases of eczema
nnd other forms of Bkin diseapee
havo been cured by this Bimplo
An expression something like
this may bo seen frequently just
now in Ohio newspapers: "The
coming session of the legislature
will go down in history," etc, etc
f it is anything like the special
session of last winter tho lopiela
turo itself will go down before the
people at tho ballot box next No
vember, and that would be the
best thing that could happen to it
A legislature with a Democratic
majority in both branches to as
sist Governor Harmon in tho house
cleaning this stute so long needed
will go down in hietory to the
credit of the people of Ohio.
Another legislature with a ma
jority in both branches that will
block or retard reasonaulo reforms
at the dictation of machine bosses,
as the present legislature lias done,
will be no batter than the present
A legislature with a Democratic
majority in one branch, and a Re
publican majority in the other to
block and hinder investigation, as
the last preceding legislature did,
will be worse instead of better
than the present legislature.
Do it right next time, and give
Governor Harmon a legislature
that will co-operato with him dur
ing his second term in place of the
present legislature, the Republican
majority of which in both branch
es seems to reach its highest pur
pose when it plays peanut politics.
With such a result the coming ses
sion of the legislature will not "go
down in history" in vain.
This is Worth Kemeiuber-
Whenever you have a cough or
cold, just remember that Foley'e
Honey and Tar will cure it. Re
member the name, Foley's Honey
and Tar, and refuse substitutes.
Bort & Co.
C. C. Weist, M. D.
will make his 118th visit to
Logan, 0., Ambrose Hotel,
Monday, January 17th, '10.
9. A. M. to 5 P. M. One day only
NO MSTTER WHST AILS YOU OR
HOW DISCOURAGED YOU MAY BE
SEE DR. WEIST! IT WILL PAY YOU!
C. C. WEIST, M. D.
Tho wrll known Columlius Specialist who trrat
every patient personally. His large practice It Jii
lo his remarkable ability and recommendations Iron
th hundreds ol well men and women who were hit
firmer patients. Dr. Wclst has an established repu
lition as a Specialist and has had YKARS nf rx
perience In the succrsful treatment of CHRONIC
UlfaEASKS OF MEN AND WOMEN.
To Chronc affections of the Limits. Head, Nose
Throat, liars, bronchial Tubes us Cauirh
liionchitls, Ailhma, Etc.
Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Rectum at Indi ;eitlon
Hilllomness, Contilpation, 1'iles, Etc,
Blood, Heart, Skin as Rheumatism, Kcjcma,
I'i'nplcs, Had Jllood, Etc.
Nerve, Spine, Drain as Epilepsy or Kits. Ken.
rilgia, Headache, Sleeplessness, Dirtiness, Nerv.us
Kliincya, Bladder, Prostate, as Diabetes,
Uncht's Unease, Cystitis, Etc.
Ruptures, Pile, and Varicocele treated without
use of kmfe or detention from business,
II your affliction la Chronic, Obscure or Dim.
cult, you are Invited to call or write regard
Inz It. What Ur, Welst has done (or others, he
can do for you.
DISEASES OFTHE EYE
Your eyesight Is loo precious lo lie trifled with
Pfecllve vision It olten caused by disease, Eyes
treated by harmless methods, Classes fitted and
DISEASES OF WOMEN
Dr. Welst hat a special remedy that has been
used In hundreds ol cases of I.eucorrhoea, Painful
Menstruation, Displacement, Etc., that had been
Kiven up as hopeless by others, but which responded
readily to his treatment, 1 1 may b used successfully
at home and Is perfectly harmless. No unnecessary
u;.(aiiui.s ur capciisivc nuspiiai treatment.
DISEASES OF MEN
Minute attention given to all diseases peculiar to
men, especially those suffering Irom early excesses
of youth, overwork, nervous debility, loss of con.
fjdence and memory, trembling, cold hands and feel,
and other Private Diseases, such as Urethral Dis
charges, lilood Poison, etc,
CONSULT DR. WEIST I
He ha an established and permanent practice la
Ill practice Is limited to Chronle Diseases and
he has ipeut practically all hit life lu the study and
treatment of same.
He treats a larger number of people than would
be possible if he saw bis patients daily or weekly,
Instead ol monthly.
Ills practice consists mainly of rare and difficult
rises which have failed to secure satisfactory results
Two-third of ht practice Is secured for him by
forum pitieutt. who recommend hlra to their friendt.
If be think he cannot benefit you be will lay to.
He will spare no effort on hit part to cure you.
Ills charges are very reasonable.
That Dr. Welst charges absolutely nothlnar for
Consultation or Biamlnatlott Your case will re.
ceive his best attention. Evtrythlaz cosAdsotltL
Don't fall to see blru I
Aoencts m comuunication 70
C.C.WCIST, M, Q.
IW'WH)N HTW CyiUMstUl,)-
Notice to Tax Payers
The books aro now opon
for taxes. All delinquent
real estate must be paid
by Dec. 20 to save it from
being sold. The time on
other taxes has been ex
tended untilJan. 20, 1910.
Also the Ward township
books will be open
At Carbonhill, Monday,
January 3, 1910.
At Murray City, Tues
day, January 4, 1910.
Bring your tax receipts
J. W. GABRIEL,
Dec. 2, 5-w Treasurer.
Common Picas Court.
The January term of court con
venes on Monday, January 3. The
following cases appear upon the
Anna Ltnninger vs John Lon
Mary GuepH vs Frank Sherlock
et al, partition.
A. A. Campbell, administrator
of Susan Whitcraft vs J. W. Han
Frank Marzlull' vs F. &I. McKay.
John F. Whito et al vs L. J,
Warner et al, oppointruent of re
ceiver. Emma Davis vs Benj. Davis, di
Lauretta Renway vs Elizabeth
Roop, et al, partition.
The State of Ohio for the use of
Hocking Co,, Ohio, by II, E. Spar
non, prosecuting attorney vs A.
M, Brown et al, for money.
George L. Hempy vs Elmer Mur
Israel Mathias, administrator vs
Catharine Mathias, error.
Elmer O. Pettit and E. D. Rick
etta vs Logan Brick Manufactur
ing Co. for money, amount claimed
Samuel U. Ruble vs Edwin I)
G. W. Shuck vs Boaid of Edu
cation of Monday special district,
for money, amount claimed .$139 30
Hazel Rudolph vs Win. Rudolph,
W. D. Weltner vs C. M. Woltz,
Ethel Wolf and Nidii Myers vs
John E. Lohr et al, f tiuitable re
lief, partition and damages.
Arthela Uusick vs Earl Hash
John EaFterling, plointiir in
error vs Louis C. Hartmnn et al,
defendant in error.
Mury E. Ghent vs Clara Smith
damages, amount claimed $2000.
Edward Beal vs The Western &,
Southern Life Insurance Co. ft al.
for money, amount claimed .$"2000,
Simon Beougher vs Huttie
Peter M. Sweazy vs C. II. C. A
I. Co., for money, .$920 Hi.
Samuel Wildes vs Mary A.
Josiah Pence vs Sarah J. Pence,
George W. Wolfe vs Elmer O.
Pettit et al, for money, amount
The Logan Brick Supply Co.
Amos K. Johnson, appeal.
Simon Steel vs Joseph Steel
Lowie Anderson vs Edward An-.
FlaviusO.Davpy vsRobt. Davey,
recovery of purchase ofievl es
tate, amount claimed .$275 07.
James F. Walker vslda J. Smith
and D. W. Wright, amount claimed
Nathan Smith vs Martha Smith,
Margaret Lacy vs Edward Lacy,
Sum'l Gabral and Joe Thornae,
partners vs Dave Sullivan, injunc
tion. Abram Beauxin vs Jerome A.
Kline, et al. Damage, tunoui t
claimed .$2 000 00.
Annie M Carmioklo vs Brj
Emma I. Tipple vs Win II
J. H, Newman, receiver of Mel
bourne Buggy Co vs Farmers' Co
operative Hurdware Co for money,
amount claimed .$101 40.
W. A. Miller ys Alice I Miller,
Margaret Kitchen vs Finlt-y
Oil Well Supply Co. vs F. P
Brooknty nnd L L. Perrine, re
ceiver and equitable relief.
Rudolph Brandt by Etta PhilljpB
vs Charles Montgomery, appoint-ment-of
receiver and equltab'o re
lief. Louisa Pottit vs Southern Oil
Co , purtition,
Bessie Tom vs Ed Tom et al,
John Jacobs vs Nellio Jacobs,
Clara E, Clark vs Logan Nature
al Gas k Fuel Co , injunction.
George W, Dupler vs Central
Silican Co, for money, umount
claimed .$1000 00.
Wm. 11. Miller yt Lida F, Mill
Columbus Gas ds Fuel Co vs
Tlios. D, Woods and E. D Rick,
etts, for injunction bond, $300 00
Charles N. Bowen vs The Jour
nal Gazette Publishing Co., in.
Moses Sherman vs Henry Kreitz,
se, amount claimed $2 000 .
t DawUy va Webster Dw.
Fred W. Wei man va Eluora Co
burn et nl, partition.
Charles E Carey vs Almedn E
In the matter of Hie transfer of
funds by tho Board of Education
of Wnrd Township, Hocking Coun
ty, Ohio. Transfer of school
Wm II. Funk vs Allen R. Mc
Broom et nl, for money, amount
Georgi Woldnor vs Noah Hull",
for monoy, amount claimed .$200
Flosale Scott vs diaries Scott,
State of Ohio vs Unfits Hutchln
son, cutting with intont to kill.
State of Ohio vs (Juinton Shaw,
failure to provide
Stato of Ohio vs Wm. Kttton,
selling intoxicating liquors.
Stato of Ohio vs Elmer McClure,
murder in second degree.
Stato of Ohio vs Carl Dofen
baugh, assault and bittary.
Stato of Ohio vs James Mahonoy,
shooting with intent to kill.
State of Ohio vs George Lan
Stato of Ohio vs John Doe,
State ( f Ohio vs Harley Wil
State of Ohio vs Douglas Shrin
er, murder in Second degree.
James L. Martin, Jr., Logan
W. H. Lemon, Benton.
J. M. Hillery, Logan 2nd ward.
Lewis Crawford, Jr., Saltcreek.
.1. R. Reynolds, Logan 1st ward.
Lander Murphy, Ward Township.
A. M. Brown, Logan 1st ward.
Jacob Harmon, Logan -1th ward.
John Starr, Falls-Gore.
J. O. Hamilton, Benton.
Henry Wagner, Perry 1st ward
Bert Campbell, Falls Township.
J. F. Walker, L?gan 2nd ward.
T. J. Brown, Logan 1st ward.
J. F. Harden, Loan 2nd ward.
More Danville Proof.
Jacob Schrall, 432 South St.,
Danville, 111 , writes: "For over
eighteen months I was n sufferer
from kidney and bladder trouble.
During the whole time was treat
ed by several doctors and tried
several different kidney pillls.
Seven weeks ago I commenced
taking Foley's Kidney Pills, and
am feeling better every day and
will bo glad to tell anyone inter
ested just what Foley's Kidney
Pills did for me." Bort & Co.
Richest Woman in the World
New York, Deo. 23. Mrs. Ed
ward H Harriman is the richest
woman in the world today. A con
servative estimate of the estate
loft by her husband today, places
its value at .$220,000,000.
When the will was read, follow
ing tho funeral of the railroad
magnate, the value of his poses
sions was placed at .$119,000,000.
From a trustworthy Bource it is
learned that the real value was
over .$200,000,000 at that date.
The discrepancy in these figures
is nccountedrfor by the informant
in this manner: "Just before
death Mr. Harriman transferred
to his eldest son, Walter A. Harri
man, and Mrs. Harriman about
.$50,000,000 worth of stooks, pos
sibly the financier's Union Paoific
holding?. The balance, of his
pmpertv was left trr'Mrs. Harri
man by the will probated in Orange
"Sfnce Mr. Harriman's death
the securities which were largely
held by him have appreciated in
the market to a large extent.
Figuring conseryatively, the in
crease in value would be fully
It. P, D. No. 2,
June 15, 1909.
I personally know of manv eases that
Nature's Creation ban cured, but none
of them ever got alone more rapidly
than I havo. One month ago I could
scarcely walk ana today I am working
os usual. My doctor ruined my stomach
with creosote ho also tried to keep me
from taking Nature's Creation, notwith
standing that this wonderful medicine
has cured many cases that he had
treated unsuccessfully. Nature's Crea
tion has helped my stomach so that I
can now cat unythlnir I want without
any tiouble at all. I shall always bo
glad to pralBo and recommend this won
derfut medicine for consumption and
(From Stalt journal , Jum 20, '09.)
Do you knew that tuberculosis most
always develops from u bad cold?
thousands ore today In the first staices
of tuberculosis but think their IrouLla
la only a bad
cold or catarrh. ( Don't
send for booklet which
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wait too lonsi
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CASTOR I A
For Infants nnd Children.
Hie Kind You Have Always Bought
11 oars tho
Board of Health Meeting.
Tho Tenth Conference of tho
Stato Board of Health with repre
sentatives of local boards of health
will be held in Columbus, January
20 nnd 21, 1910.
This conference is for boards of
hoalth nnd health departments of
all citios nnd for all villages which
had a population of 3000 or more
nt tho 1 000 ConstiB.
An interesting program is being
prcpaired specially adopted for
citios and largo villages.
Rama, December 23 Crushed
in defeat and overtakon in an ef
fort to retreat to a place of refuge,
tho entiro forces of General Ze
laya were captured at 0 o'clock to
night by tho army under tho com
mand of the insurgent lender,
Pressing its point of vantage the
victorious army tomorrow will
march on Managua.
Six hundred men were left dend
on the battlefield at Rama and 1,
900 were taken as prisioners.
General Zlaya's army surrend
ered with all munitions of war.
General Castrillo and Generul
Gonzales, who fought eo bravely
at Tatumbla Hill on Monday and
Tuesday, are amoung the prison
ers. Medical aid has been sent, by
the American forces at Blue fields,
but no marines havo been landed
from the battleships at anchor in
Big Holiday Business.
I State .1 nurnnl Friday. J
Holiday business in Columbus
is 25 per cent greater than last
year, when guaged by the amount
of express and mail matter handled.
By the same standards, all re
cords for the city may be shattered
before the books are closed and
normul conditions are restored,
some time next week.
There is more money in Co
lumbus than last year. Work is
more steady and wages better.
The Bamo explanations are offered
on every hand. Christmas money
sent aboard is one of the signboards
of better times. There is more of
it and many moro senders than
Wednesday was the big day on
outgoing shipments. Last night
practically marked the finish of
extraordinary shipments by mail
and express. As the last of the
enormous quantities of Christmas
shipments were leaving the local
offices they passed the crest of the
flood of incoming packages. This
is the big delivery day.
Over half a million dollars worth
of automobiles were seen on the
floor of Goodale Auditorium when
Governor Harmon turned the switch
ChriBtmas night which threw
the light into thousands of elec
trie light opening the show
which is being held under the au
spices of tho Columbus Automobile
Club. One of tho exhibits non
tains .$40 000 worth of automobiles,
while others have exhibits rang
ing from .$15,000 to .$35,000. On
ly Amerioan made cars are
shown at the show, and this fea
ture is unique in the history of
That Columbus is automobile
show enthusiastic is evidenced by
the interest that is being taken by
the general public. Columbus is
not alone in its enthusiasm for the
many letters received from tho
surrounding cities indicato that t
larger attendance than was count
ed on may be looked forward to.
For the first time in fifteen years
the floor of the immense auditorium
has been scrubbed, aud the dill'er
ance in the color is apparent.
Harry D Sims assistant treasurer
of the club, has been appointed as
fifth number of the show com
mittee, which consists of Perin
Monpeny, chairman, Herman
Hosier, Norman Aoby and Dennis
Change the Hocking River.
Galllpolis, O., Deo. 23. Mem
bers of the Finance Committe, in
cluding R F. Edwards, of Clevo
land, Ohio; F, R Guswoller, of
Cincinnati; D. J Schurr, of Lon
don; W. D. Dltmars, of Holmes
ville, and Jos. Justice, of Ottawa,
are investigating the Ohio Hos
pital for Epileptics at this city,
preparatory to making up the
appropriation bill. This institu
tion includes more than -10 build
ings, and a special study and
treatment are made of oases of
epilepsy, being the original and
only institution of its kind in the
United States Dr. Wm. Pritohard,
Superintendent of the institution,
reports most wonderful results in
the care and treatmeut of many
cases of epilepsy,
TIia nnmmttfrnA liaa ttiaf nnn.
tV Ul'U4 M4 ft ft V IU UWU-
nspeotion of the Ohio
vorslty Is in a inopt ll nirlshlng,
condition, being taxed to its o i
pacity in en roll in out.
A most Interesting situation is
presented to com.mittee on tho
part of thu Athens Stato Hospital
by a request that the Legislature
ohango tho course of Hocking
River. I' is suggested that a
straight cut along the genoral di
rection of tho river be made which
will eliminate a long moccasin
bend through stnto property, thus
causing the river to ll w, and give
tho institution all the bottom land
unci also overcomo the annual
floods. If this movement is fayor
ed it will bo the moans of tho
Legislature changing tho course
of the Hooking River much like
tho days of Moses parting of tho
Rod Son Enquirer.
HHItftj A Jfj Sj Jx n i5o vtc tv A vn I
Nnr.soNvir.LK cou. Athens jouk
Miss O'.ivo Krelg of Logan, is
tho guest of parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. D. Krleg, uf Moyere street.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stewart
were last weeks guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Earnest Gutliph at Logan.
Wiltium Bort, of Logan, was in
Neleonvillo, Wednesday andThure
day, on business.
Lawyer O. W. H. Wright, of
Logun, was in Nelsonville, Mon
day, on legal business.
hihv sriiATsvtr,r,B iiKnonn
Mrs. George Howe, Mrs. George
Lanning and Gertrude Howe spent
Saturday in Logan.
Miss Nell Grandy, was a Logan
Mrs. Elis Koon spent Monday
Mrs. Jonah Webb and Mrs. Reu
ben Webb were Logan visitors
Mrs. J imes Howe and daughters
were Logan visitors Sunday.
Dr. C. A. Barrow was a Logan
We aro sorry to learn that Rev.
Wilson Massie, our former pastor,
was obliged to send in his resignation
on account of his health.
J. II. Atkinson, of Blairstown, N.
, is here visiting his parents and
friends through the holidays.
F. L. Groves, who has been in busi
ness in Utah, is at his old home in
Mrs. Henry White, of this ridge,
went to Starr this morning to meet
her daughter Mrs. Rodgers, of Logan,
who will spend the holidays there.
George Mc Daniel is out once more.
George thinks its nob fair to be kept
at home when there is nothing the
matter with a fellow but quarentine.
We learn that the diphtheria on
the ridge at the peach farm Is a thing
of the past. Flo Woolery who is
teaching in that vicinity, says her
school is gaining again.
Syndicate Wilson is at Carbondale
at the present time; everybody seems
giau 10 nave mm oacK.
Noah Blosser and wife visited ab
Nelsonville, for a few days.
John Murray and wife and Mrs. C.
Dooley, of Rockbridge, visited Chas.
lies and family, Christmas.
Jesse Dupler, wife and daughter,
Mae visited relatives over Christmas.
I'1. R. flomstoc.k-. nf Rnclrhrlrlirn
called on J. A. Kline. Sundav.
John Blosser, wife and daughter
Sylvia, of Logan, visited ab this place,
Rev. O. M. Martin and wife called
on James Blosser, Saburday evening.
Lien Hansley and .wife took dinner
with Charles lies and famllv, Christ
mas. Daniel Carpenter, wife and Henry,
of Rockbridge, spent Chrisbmas with
V. A. Carpenter.
Mrs. Ed Miller, of Haydenville, was
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank
Several from this place attended
the Christmas entertainment at Fair
view, Christmas evening.
A. E. Loomis, wife and children,
Maud, Agusta John and Clarence, all
of Columbus, spent Chrisbmas with
Isaac Frasure, wife and children
spent Chrisbmas ab Columbus.
J. E. Zeller, wife and family, of
Nelsonville, visited Henry Ringhlser
and wife, over Christmas.
Mrs. Frank Blosser and children at
tended Christinas exercise at Logan,
Fred Woods visited his parents,
Lawrence Brown is not much bet
ter at this writing.
Maggie Blum, of Rockbridge, visit
ed her brother Luther, Saturday.
Alfred Drawn wn won nn nui-
Time Hiosser and Master Lowell
visited at Rockbridge, the past week".
LIz.ie Mathias made a business trip
to Logan, Friday.
As.l. A. Mathias. of l'lnrlil!i. wne
wondering what had become of the
Kntcrprlse.Scrlbe, we thought we had
hftttar su-rlhlilit'i fmv Hnoc nv l.n iL.r.nl.1
begin bo thlnkMiabwe were all moved
frs .. ............... ..II .... T ., ..l.t
bu a nullum uiiinaiu, lu UOUUli we
were thinking we would like to for
the nasi, wi't'k- nr tun wlion tim
weather was so cold. This wrltinir
leaves us in the midst of a deep snow.
We, as a friend of Mr. Mathias and
family wish them success in their
new home and country. '
TOWER'S FISH BRAND
will give you full value
for every dollar spent
and keep you dry In
the wettest weather.
AJ.ToWsTH Ctt. BOSTON. UST aTW
Tower Cahaman Caumto tosmmkiCam,
Sheriffs Sale of Real
Kurd In a ml K, llenipol, Jr , l'lnlnlirr,
T..I. Mcintosh ot nl , Dofoixlntitt.
Oniuo Niltulxii 40ii
In tho Court of Common l'lentof ItncMng
itiuuu i nuri'iiv Kivuii sunt, nil iiiiuri-
dlRnott RliorllTof llucKtxff County, Oltln, by
vlrttio of nn order of nxpcntloii IsmuhI out
tit sum cutirt' in i is is iiiMjvn luitiiiuii umiMi,
nml to Mm dlrcuttfil nnslioillT of snttl notin
ty, will, nt lltii tlorirnf tlio Cotirl ltntiaa, In
Log in, HnchliiK County, Ohio, tin
SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, A.D., 1910,
nl onooVlofk 1. M on snltl tiny, oiror for
snlrnit inililla nuotlon, tint following Inntlt
ntul tpuoniaiilialtinlojlu f.ntirnl Township,
lloclcliiK County, Htntrt of Ohio, to. wit:
lIultiR tho wost onfl'linlf ot tho Rottthwot
tiunriorof Hootlon Iwuntyitovciii 1ST), Town
uhlp twolvo (li). llnngo olulitoou Mr), Hook
Ing County, Ohio, contnlnlnt! olKhty.two
8RC0ND TIIACT-Tho BOiithontt nunrter
ot tho soutltenst qunrtorof Bot'tlon twenty
eight fii), Township twolvo (I'J). Hnngo
olRhtron (I8n Hoa king County, Ohio, con
tnlnlng forty.four nous.
TIIIIU) TUAOT-T.ot Number two (!)), Hoc
lion thlrty-throo l!W, Township twolvo (12),
HnnKOolglitoon (18), llncklitgijouiity, Ohio,
First Trnot nppralsod ntjnixi.oO.
Second Trnctnppriilsetl nt Jtoo.ro.
Third Trnctnppmlspd nt $ 170 W.
Tonus of Hnle Cnsli,
Glvpii undor my linud nt r.ognn, Hocking
County, Ohio, this 17lh tiny of Dpponilior,
A. I)., lot'9. OKOIWIK H. IM.IAMHON.
Shei'IlT of Hocking County.
Kikiknk WittmiT, Attorney for I'lnliitllT.
Doc. 23, G-wks.
In pursunncoofnn order of the Piolmtn
Court of Hooking County, Ohio, wo will of
fer for snlo nt public nuotlon, on Hnturdny,
the'jitid dnyof .Inntinn-, llo,nt ono o'clock
p. ni., upon tho promises, tho following des
cribed rent estate, simmo In tho count of
Hocking nnd Htnto or Ohio and In tho In
corporated vlllngo of liOgnn, nnd bolng part
of Iiot Ton Hundred nnd Forty (1010) jf
Amy Enstoi'llng'g Addition to snld vlllngo.
Beginning nt the North Knst corner of snld
Lot No. 1010, thence south 47.11 foot; thonco
Wost ll7.il foot; thence North 17. II f-et to tho
West corner of snltl Lot No. 1010; thence
East U7JJ fcot to tho plnce or beginning.
Bald proporly lsnpprnlsedntSSo).
Terms of sale: Cash In hnnd on tiny of
Fer H. E. Hpahnon,
j. m. hwrakv.
ors ot Hocking Co,
Dec. 2.1 5w.
Notice to Bidders.
Benled proposals will be received from nil
Hanks situated In Falls Township, Hook
ing County, Ohio, to becoino the depository
of the monoy of said Falls Township for a
period of two years from .1 miliary 1, 1610.
whlcb proposals shall stlpulnto tho ruto of
I iterost to bo paid on the monoy so deposit
ed, which Interest shall not bo less thnn
two (2) percent por annum.
The successful bidder or blddors shall bo
required to glvo a good and suinctout bond
to bo approved by the Township Trustees.
All proposals shall he lllott with the
Townsnlp Clerk In tho'olllce of the Town
ship Trustees of said Township by 11:30
o'clock standard time, on Saturday the 1st.
day of Jnnunry 1910.
By order of the Trustees of Fnlls Town
ship, Hocking County, Ohio, December 11,
1D09. Rot.T.ANII Brioiit,
Doc. IG,8-wks. Township Clerk.
Notice To Stockholders.
Tho regular annual meeting of tho stock
holders of The Holder Manufnnturlng Co.
will beheld at their ofllce In Lognn, Ohio,
Mondny.Jnnuary ID. 1910, nl 7:00 F. M., for
the election ot five directors nnd nny other
business that may come before the mooting.
Deo. 10,4-wks. Secretary.
Notice for Parole.
Notice is horcby given that Cleveland
Hroknw, a jitlsioner now confined ,ln tho
Ohio Stato Iterormatory, Is entitled, under
the law and rules governing paroles from
said institution, to recommondntlon to tho
Hoard of Managers by the Superintendent
and Chaplain as worthy of consideration
for parole. Snld nppllcntlou will bo for
hearing on and alter Jnuunry 18, 1810,
Deo. 23, 3-wks. Chief Olork.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
Accounts and Vouchers havo been Hied in
the Probate Court of Hocking County, Ohio,
for First settlement ot Fred W. btrucke,
Exocutor of the will of Elizabeth U'olinuun,
and the same will como'on for hearing on
tbo ittli day of January A. D. 1910 nt lo
o'clock A. M,.orns soon thoroaftor n may
beconvenlont. J. C. Stoiiiitox,
Dec. 23, 3-wks. Probate Judge.
How to Beat the
MaH Order Folks.
There, Mr. Man, don't cry!
They have broken your heart, I know,
And the trade that you had, which
made you glad,
la a thing of the Lon a Ago.
But still you can et it back
There la hope for the man who trie.
To recover your trade you have pot tt
Right in and ADVERTI8EI
No Hunting Allowed.
No hunting or trespassing
lowed ob our premises:
J, W. Paxton
Q. W. Evans
Mat Jkhkuiau Caki'i:ntisu
li Thomas, Apple, Ohio
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Tlic Rempel National Bank
Successor to the Rempel UnnklPK Co,
Capital - ... I 50,000.00
Stock Holders Liability.... 50,000.00
Responsibility of Directors. 'J50,0O0.00
Total Responsibility... 350,000.00
John V, RuMi'itr., President.
O, S, tttiwMAN, Cashier.
Meggied, Yenkin & Handler
Pay the highest price for
Old Iron. Metal, Rubbers,
Hides, Fur, Etc. -
7 West Street Logan, Ohio
Nov. 10, '08 tf Citizens Phono 180
J. B. LYON
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
102JJ W. MAIN ST.
LOO AN, OHIO
Special Attention Paid to
Diseases of tho Eye and
Notice to Teachers.
Tho Board of Sohool Kxamlnsrs of Hook
lng County will meet at tbe Sohool Building
lu Logan, Ohio, at 8:30 a. m., on the First
Baturday ot each month, for tho examina
tion of applicants for. Teaohor'i Elementary
Certificates and on the first Saturday of
September, December, March and June for
thoexamlnatlon of applicants for Teacbor'a
High School nnd Special Certificate! Ex
aminations for pupils doflrlng to enter high
BChoolB will bo held on tho Third Saturday
of April and the Second Saturday ot May.
D. E. Harsh. President
Holland BmouT.Vlce Pre
Hose White, Clerk
Logan. Ohio, March 1. 1(07 tf
Wm. F. Eisele
Granite and Marble Hoaaseiti.
Rock Plaster, Plastering,
and Plaster of Paris
Main St opposite Roohebtxk's Btobb
AtSt jour BruRgtit for CTtl-CIICS-TIIR'S
IJIAUUKU UIlAriU Hl.1,3 in
Gold metallic boxes, scaled
Ribbon. Takd no OTncit.
Driurrtlst and ask for Clfl.t
1IIAMO.NII niiAND IMI.LH. for twentr-fla
years regarded ns Best, Safest, Always Reliable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
?i& EVERYWHERE figSgl
THE NATIONAL BANK OF
OFFICE HOURS 0 TO 8
Paid hi Cash Capital $50,000
C. E. BOWEN, President,
H. R. HARRINGTON, Vice Pres.
F. MEADE BOWEN, Cashier.
Does a General Banking Busi
ness, Receives Deposits, Discounts
Paper and Buys and Sells Ex
change, apr 6-ly Bank in Jamea Blook
JOHN C. PETTIT
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
Ceneral Practice, Commer
cial and Corporation Law.
Gorapf 's Acme Green Houses
Chris H. Gompf, Manager N
Florists and Gardeners
Floral Designs and Cut Flower for
Both Phones 107
U'2!i South Mulberry Street
qttlcWIr uscortulu our opinion free wbeiher ass
Invention Is pnihably ,tentabla. CommuDlesv
tliiiisstrlcttrconttilentlnl. HANDBOOK oa 1'itsQU
AriTnna sendlnc a akelrh and daseiiDtton ma
svntfriid. oldest aituncy furaocuring Patanu.
I'atunta laaen liirousn lluna ft Cv. rs
lixriai nones, witiioui tiiaree, lu ma
A handsomely Itliiatratnl weeklr. Inrast elr.
culatlun ul aur aclenlltlo louroal. Terms, (J a
ieri lour ruoutUs, U Sold brail Bwradaalara.
lUanch Office. C4 t rsU Waablostra, 0. U
The above is the name of a Ger
man chemical, which is one of the
many valuable ingredients of Fol
ey'a Kidney Remedy. Ufxametby
lenotetramine is recognized bv
medioal text books and authorities
as a urio aoid solvent and anti
septic for the urine. Take Foley's
Kidney Remedy as eoon as you
notice anv lrreauUihits and nvoid
a serious malady. Bort 4c Co,
Bay of jour VX
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