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Hata at Rod Ta prices at M.
Mr. Albert Rcdfck, of Mt. Plena
ant, woa in Ltgan, Monday.
.All millinery gooda at Red Tag
rioefe nt M, N. I'ltrsonn.
Mr. Will Cowoll, of ColurabUB,
was a visitor in Logan, timitidy.
Mr. Ralph Wulburn, of Athens
was the guest of parents Christmas
Mr. Ambroeo Kessler, of Nelson
vlllo, was a Ohristmaa visitor in
Miss Hanna Butey, of Lima, was
an over Sunday gueBt of Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Emit Eichol spont
Tuesday in the country, visiting
Rev. Osbourno, of Delaware,
was the Christmas guest of Lognn
Karl Hartmann was tho guost of
John Beery and family Sunday afternoon.
Born to Mi, und Mrs. Dick J
Radebaugh, Friday, Dec. 'JA, a
Mrs. Frank KosBler wus called to
Zanesyillti, Friday, by the death
of her mother.
Mrs. Geo. Shorr and daughter
irinrniinrt. urn Rtiptiflinir tlln week
"..""w.' .. ri v. :v"i..:: i
wicn reiniivoa in uoiumuue. :
Mra. Gortrudo Shrader tcturnod
to her home in Columbus, Wodnea
day, utter a visit with her patents
in hub city. ii
Prosecuting Attorney II. E.
Spnrnon was in Columbus, Tuoe
day, to appear before Btato board
of public works to endeavor to
collect damages for Hocking coun
ty by the Hood two years ago.
A meeting of the Workmen's
Mutual Burial Association will bo
held in tho Council Room, City
Hall, Monday, January II, 1010,
for tho purpose of electing ofllcers.
Maky J. iiii'iiiNii, FiPKur.r.,
Card of Thanks.
I wish to take this method of
thanking my many friends and
neighbors for tho beautiful post
curd shower sor.t in remembrance
of my forty-fifth birthday, being
one hundred and eighty-five in all,
which were very beautiful and
most highly appreciated. ,
Mns. Fkank Soudeiis.
Card of Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. Doas Mount spent
Christmas visiting relatives near
Mrs Donaldson, of Grove City,
has been visiting relatives in Lo
gan the past few days.
Mr. and Mra. Arch Griffith, of
Union Furnace, were guests of
relatives in Logan, Sunday.
Mr. and Mra J.- C. Feather
spent Christmas and Sunday with
home folks at Mt. Pleasant.
Miss Mabel Rossntin, of Sugar
Grove, , was in Login, Friday,
guest of Miss Bertha Welch.
Mr. Fred Carpenter spent from
Friday until Sunday in Cleveland
with his wife and daughter.
MiJohn Rutter, of Rosevil'e,
Mrs. Peter Kleinsmith wishes to
thank her kind friends for their
remembrance of hor birthday, with '
a po9tal card shower, December t
22. She was tho recipient of 07
beautiful cards, and they came '
from Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, I
Pittsburg, Sandusky, Wellston and (
Athens, and from many friends in
Clyde Rise, of Logan, visited
his father last week.
Mrs. Christina Dayis, of Van
Wort, and Mrs. Lizzie Davis and
daughters Neita and Genevieve,
of Middlepoint, ore visiting O. C.
Culp and wife.
Estella Sater, of Esving, spent
Saturday night withGoldie Beery.
Alonzo Oldfield and family spent
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From now (o SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 15th, 1910, we shall commence our
Semiannual SHOE CLEARANCE SALE
previous to our annual inventory. We hold these sales but twice a year, between seasons, when we
want to close out one season's stock before the next arrives. We need the room and can use the
MONEYYes, the SALE MEANS THE CASH.
A lot of Ladles heavy shoes, drill and warmed
"lined, odd si.es, were 1.2.") and 1.10, now...
One lob Ladles vlcl kid, plain toe or tip, lace
and button, heavy and medium soles, were
i.7o and 2.00, now
One lob Ladies kid and un metal button and
lace, Including one lob plain toe kid shoes,
were 2.7-T, now
A wide range of Ladies kid and patent loath
shoes, heavy and light solus, In broken
sizes and widths, were :i.00 and .'1.50, now..
Special lob of Misses lace, kid and patent leath
er shoes, solid leather counter and inter
soles, all sizes to be found in the different
Quito a number wero formerly 1.50
Little Gents, Youths and Boys
Size 8 1-2 to 13
Solid leather, whole quarters, kid and boxcalf,
cap toe, full vamp and a few pair patent d- Qf
leathers, size 9, 10 and 11, your choice for. p-'J
Sizes Vi to 2. Cap toe Hals, 2 full soles D1 1 CJ
One lob Uoys ;i to C cap toe bals, two full
One lot box calf, all solid leather
One lob Uoys Welt shoes in blucher and but
tons, patent and gun metal, In the new
knob last, 3.00 value at
Youths and Boys high cub shoes, with or with
out buckol top, black and tan, chrome tan
ned viscalized calfskin. $2.50 Youths, $2-65 Hoys
One lob Uoys and Youths box calf, two buckcls
abtops. Youths S2.00 Boys $2.40
in Mens II cub chrome tanned, indestructablc
soles, 10 Inch top, tan. We offer a bargain
at S5.00 a 0.00 value. With this lob
we will include some of Heme's 0.50 grade (fcc ff
Two styles of Mens !) inch high cut, tan and (DO QEJ
black, sold at a.00, now ip&.OO
One lob Mens heavy congress, all sizes excepb t-J ff
7, to close out ab qJ.lA
One lob of Mens volour calf, pointed toe, but
ton, size 0 to 8, medium width, were 2.75, d-i rjc
now - tpl.O
box calf, blucher welt, a good
viceable shoe, sizes 0, 7, 7 1-2, 0 dQ r?
jre 3.00 and 3.50, now 4C.OJ
One lot Mens box calf, gun metal blucher, a hQ op
good solid shoe, were 2.75, now ip'UO
One lot Mens patent leather, button and lace,
straight last, French and knob toe. sizes djo rr
0, 11 1-2, 7, 7 1-2 and s, were 4-00, now ipu.UU
One lot Mens tan and ox blood welt shoes, CQ nr
French and bubul toe, were 3.75, now pO.U
Ono lot Hanau iV: Sons vlcl and Rusia calf, M JK
0.00 shoes ab tpfr.OO
While Rubbers have advanced quite material)', we are
offering from a special purchase.
Woonsooket, all rubber Arties, worth 2.oo,
Wisconsin, heavy Arties, clip heel,
I La Cross, heavy Arties, clip heel,
La Cioss. red liber, rolled edge heel,
Oolechester, clip heel.
Colechester, double sole and heel,
Wales Goodyear, roll edge, red sole,
Felts and other Rubbers in proportion.
DEFEND DEMOCRATIC EDUCATION
NO CONVOYS NO A. E. F.
10:00 A.M. WED., APRIL 23
PLACE TO BE ANNOUNCED
ig market; there is fully 10 advance on Shoes. Sale will
he shoes you can use, it will be a good investment for you.
hen goods are taken out they must be paid for, if they do
within the limits of the sale. We prefer to fit all shoes at the store.
site the Park
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Born to Mr. and Mrs. Pearl
Dupler last Wednesday, a 15 pound
Joseph Woltz took supper with
Jacob Kline, Sunday,
sb trip to Lo-
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tTiiJ W iir V" iTrn FinirimJMrf
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If not called for by Janu
ary 3, 1910, there will be a
5j new drawing. Save your
Watch our next weeks add
a took dinnor
o shoe iuor-
his paronts.-Jacob Kline and wife
Mrs. Lilla Lang, of Gibisonville,
who has been spending a few
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Anna
Davison, of Lancaster, returned
home Tuesday. Gikldink
For ChriBtruaB festivities and a
sumptuous appointed dinner, Mr.
and Mrs. Ii. L. Armstrong, of
Senate street, threw open their
home Christmas day to u number
of relatives and friends. The
houeo was handsomely decorated
with symbols of the season, and in
one corner of the living room wua
a huge tree from which hung
faoinating novelties. As the
guosts were seated at the table
Santa made his appearance with
a huge saok on his back, from
which he took package after pack
age and presented them to the
guests. Those enjoying Mr and
Mrs. Armstrong's hospitality were
Mr. and Mra. G. M. lllackburn
Julian and Willis, of Lob Angeles,
California. Mrs. Armstrong was
formerly Mrs, Myitlo Carney, of
We are having considerable
snow at present, but it Is not very
cold; very line winter weather, al
so very godd on wheat and young
Walter Pierce, wife ana son, or
near Ashville, Ohio, aro visiting
friends und relativos in our vioin'
ity at present.
Ouite a number of the peoplo of
our valley attended tho Christmas
entertuinment and UhrlstmaB tree
at 'ion church, last Saturday
niirht: although the weather wa
very blustery, but. cvorybody was
very well pleased and say they
will have a grander time nest
Wm. H. Orr, of Sams Creek,
had tor liis guests Christmas day
at dinner: Walter Pierce, wife and
son Virgil and Roy Brokaw, and
ihey all say that roasted goose is
finer than turkey,
Austin Brokaw made a business
trip to J. M. Orr's on Spoon Run,
last Saturday afternoon.
Fred MoCabe, of Adelpln, and
Maude Vanfoesan, of this valley,
attended dedication services at
Huyuea, Sunday night,
Mart Crosby, of this valley, is
going to move to Pike Run, this
k. We are sorry to lose him
m our midst, for he is a kind
I obliging neighbor and friend.
Jr8. Rosetta Dtivis called on her
it Elizabeth xrledge, one day
Mrs. Lulia Black visited Sams
Creek school, last Friday after
noon to see the scholars receive
their treat, which was very liberal
for so many of hem, about eighty.
D. L. Archer, of Salt Croek.waB
hauling saw dust, Monday of this
week, preparatory to harvesting
the ice crop, which is now ready.
Mrs. Mary Pierce and son Virgil
wero visiting Maggie Brokaw,
Monday of this week.
Eddie Vanfossan finished butch
ering, last week, this being the
last he has this year.
Protracted meeting began at tho
Sams Creek U. ii. church, Sunday
night, Deo. 20th, Rev. G. W. Tur
tle being the pastor in charge.
We will close our items for this
time, wishing everybody a happy
ind prosperous New Year.
to Clevelnnd, Ohio, this week to
visit their sister, Mrs. Hamniel.
Oscar Smith, of this place, was
calling on his lady friend, Sunday
Joo Mai tin, of Kirkersville, O.,
is spending his vacation week with
his friends K'irl and Goldie How-
dyshell, of this place. i
Carlos Wolfe and lady friend!
attended tho entertainment at St.
Paul's, Sunday night.
N W. M.hlevr and wife, W. J.
Howdyshcll and w fe and Eli Moh
ler and wife werohe gueote of
Ifaac Howdyshell "Knd family,
Wishing Tin: Democrat Skktt
nrl and its readers a happy New
Year. Rki Kosk.
Quite a number "of the young
people of this place attended the
Christmas entertainment at 'A'obb
Chapel, last Friday night and ro
port it a success.
The Christmas entertainment at
the St. Paul's Lutheran church,
Sunday night, was well attended
and all enjoyed a good time; the
decorations were very artistic and
Ray Davis and lady friend at
tended the Christmas entertain
ment at St, Jolm'e.Satuiday night.
Alice and Maud Marlow will go
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J. C. Morgan, of Logan, was in
thin valley, last Tuesday.
Shan Kuhn and wife called on
Wm. Anderson, Jast Wednesday.
Wm Dillon and Fred Harble1
made a business trip to Logan, last
Wm. Anderson Jr., of Circlo
ville, has beon visiting his parents
at this place for the past two
Chas. Kitchen called on Homer
Dillon, last Friday,
Frank Robison and Chas. Ander
son were Logan visitors, last
Several from this place attended
the Christmas tree at No. 10,
J. W. Smith was in this valley,
Shan Kuhn and daughter spent
a tew dnva of last week visiting
friends in Lancaster.
Fied Conkle and family passed
through this alley, Sunday,
Fi ank Robison had the misfor
tune of getting his ehafta broken
by his horse falling on the ice,
Chns, Highly was in this valley,
Francis Kuhn was out sleigh
SoynrHl from this violnity at
tended i he Xaisis cntertainmeut at
Cedar Groye, Friday night.
Geo. Prhnmei parsed through
this valley, Sunday.
Ben Long was a transient oaller
in this valley, one day last week.
Francis Kuhn made a bueinesa
nip to Logan, last Mi ndy.