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Mr. CliarlcR Heft spent Christ
mas in Union Furnace.
Mr Frank Hlai-.tiB is in Uoltim
blip, today, on httsinees
Mr, Pete r'ehrador and daughter
wont to (pinciMor, till-? morning,
Mr. and Mrs John KarRlinor
wore visitors in I'muerny, Sunday.
Mr and Mr-. 1)111 S indcrson
wcro Uolunihus visitor Wedncs
day. Mrs I'eto Sehrader is spending
a fow days with relatives in Lan
oaBter, Mr. Homer B-iylea of Union
Furnace, is a visitor in Logan
Mr. George linger epent Satur
day ami Sunduy in Lancaster, the
guest of frisnda.
Mr. Donald MLain spent Sat
urday and Sunday in Columbia,
the guest of his eistor.
Messrs. Harry Wright and D V.
Th lrncss', were in Columbus, Wed
nesday, on business.
Engineer H. S Vance, of the
oity department, spent a few days
last week in Chicago.
Superintendent Otto Grady and
wife were visiting in Columbus,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Ribbons, Veilings and
Velvets and fancy Feath
ers at a given away price
at Home Millinery Store.
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Mr, Otto Davis and wife, of (A
hi nihil", were gtleMti of their rela i
tlves in Li'Kun, Christinas '
Mlaa KiUu Howlby, of Somerset,
camo to Logan today to vloit Miss
Nan MoHrlile and other friends i
Mrs. T. J, Williams, of JtU'kst n,
was a recent guest of Mr ntd Mrs,
John KaBterling and Mrs. Little
Miss Clara Kulon spent Tliur
day with Miss Nellie Dray at the
latter's enhool, the Troxel School,
Mr. George Tucker, of New
Straltsvlllc, attonded tho sale at
the J. B Matbtns farm near Enter
Mies Hoso Heft and Mr. Unmon
Vermillion of Columbus, were vis
itors in Logan Sunday with Mr
and Mrs, Dan Heft,
NOW'S YOUR TIME TO BUY!
gz TREMENDOUS PRICE CUTTING ON
nts and Furnishing1 Goods
Winter Soils, Ovomoau, Pa
ss- FOR MEN
Mr. Cart Webb, of Webb Sum
mit, was in L'igiui this morning,
enroute to ftoyalton, Ohio, looking
after buying aomo oattlo.
Mr. G W Fultz, night train
-1! .-I ... t 1....
tomorrow for Gasway, W. Va., to
visit his sister for a fow d'lys. I
Watch the nice line of
Trimmed and Patterns in
our windows, your choice
for 75e. Home Millinery
Mr, Tom Trimmer, of Orland,
administrator of the estate of
Rev, J. B. Mathias, deceased, was
in Logan, Wednesday, enrouto to
tho Mathias farm near Enterprise
whero an administrator's public
sale was held on that day.
This is the time for every man and young man wanting High Class clothing and Good Warm Furnishings. The "Clearance Hatchet" has cut
down prices to next to nothing, to your great profit. ACT AT ONCE. COME EARLY. If you wait you may be disappointed. Wc havn't
spared a single garment. They must all go and go quickly, including all black and blue stiitf, which arc staple and saleable at all times.
ERVED! EVERYTHING MUST GO!
It means a great saving to you on the highosj: cjags clothing and furnishings produced in the country.
SALE BEGINS NOW!
IUS & SON
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Mr. D. W. Wright went to
Enterprise, Wednesday to "cry"
the J. H Mathias estate public
THE HNS MTOUffl CO.
1 January Clean
B Everything reduced in price. Just a few Specials quoted here, look them over and
':$ figure up your saving. $
About 000 yards of Outing Flannel
will go, per yard at
20 inch linen towllng will go, per
We have about 40 pairs of cotton
Ulankets to sell, per pair at
Just received 00 pairs more of thoso
extra heavy 11-4 Ulankets, the 2.00
grade, our January price is per pair
All French Val Laces that sold up to
10c per yard, will go at
Torchon Lace, per yard
A Oil on smy Skirt in the house
About 30 Skirts in this lot, theycome
in blue and black, made to sell for
2.75, .Too and G.Od, our January
price is 1 :!!), l.fcO and
Mr. Olivor Heft was
Mr. Sam Snider,of Lancaster, is
in Logan, today, on busiuess.
Mr. Hjtrry Wright of Chicago,
is in Logan today, calling on old
Mr. and Mrs "B'lly" Lloyd, of
Tonnesoo, aro guests of Mr and
Mrs. Ed Tritsch.
Judge McGillvrny of McArthur,
was in Locan this morning en
route to Columbus.
Mr. Rex Ghent, of Now Lexing
ton, was tho guest of his parents
the past-few dayf.
Hon, Tim Hgan wis on
Jackson t,ain this morning
route to Columbus.
Mrs Dr. Dollism n ,d daughter
5j j Elizabeth went to Enterprise this
?: morning to spend the day.
J5j Mrs. Grace Elliott, and daugh
ter, of New Lexington, are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. M-jDonol I
Remember everything is reduced in price for this January clean up sale.
Yq oil on any Shoe in the house
Wc have XI pairs oT womens heavy
lace Shoes, our clean up price Is,
".'! pairs of mens heavy rubber Over
shoes will go per pair at
gjj Tho "Marion train" on tho
H. V. Ky. that has been due to
leave Logan fit 2:30 p. m. for Co
lumbus, leaves now at 2:15.
It is rumored that "Billy"
Gummere, ono of the foremen nt
tho H. V. shopG hero, will move to
Pittsburg where he has accepted a
shop superintondonoy. We regret
to see Mr. Gummere and family
STORE OFE3ST STTTPUD-AY"
3143 Main Street
Mrs I. J. Lindley was in Co
Mr. John Rempel is a business Mr. L R. Ayers went to Colum
visitor in Columbia, today, i bua this morning, on business.
Mr. Tom Price and son Edwin
were in tho Capital City, Wednes
Mr. Rochester Bowen left this
morning for Peoria, Til , where he
will attend school.
Mr. R C. Steol was the guest of
his parents in Middlepnrt, Satur
day mid Sunday.
We have 1 dozen Chil
drens School ' and Dress
Hats left that we will sell
to the first buyers, choice
50c. Some of these hats
are worth $2.75, Home
Mr, George E Roupe, now of
ColumbuB, formerly of Oardinston
Ohio, is visiting his bister, Mrs.
George E. Durant. The brother
and sister iiad not been together
for thirteen years, being separat
ed at the death of tho parents, and
being young, were not in touch,
each with tho other's place of resi
donee. The meeting was indeed
Mr. W. W. Ward, who was for
merly machine man at tho Journul
Gazette, died in Lancaster, Monday,
Mr. Arthur Miller is conductor
on tho Wellston passenger train
that comes into Logan from Wells
ton at 0:10 every morning, return
ing at 7:30. Tho regular conduc
tor, Ilarloy Thomas, is in Kansas'
for a shore stay.
Xmas is now over you
have bought your little
girl all the candy she
needs now you can get her
a nice hat for 50c, at the
Home Millinery Store,
Mr A. 6. Hall, electrician at
the H V. Hy. Shops, has resigned
his position and accepted tht
superintendence of the Nolsonville
Electric light plant. We regret
to see Mr, and Mrs. Hall leave Lo
gan. Tlioy were pleasant acces
sion" to Logan society. Mr. Holi
day wilt succeed Mr. Hall as elec
trician at the Logan Shops.
The Opera Houso Picture Show
special selected program for small
children, Thursday, December 23
11)00, was well attended, there be
ing 013 children undor twelve
years of ago present. The pro
gram was made up principally of
comic subjects, with a yory appro
priate illustrated song "Love Me
All the Time Dollie." Mr. Uberle
says in tho near futi.ro he will re
peat Free children') night and
hopes to see the attendance reach
LEASES FOR SALE.
Tho nocking Gas & Oil Co. holds
leases for gas and oil, or either, in
Monday Creek township. Perry coun
tv, in Marion, Falls, Green, Starr,
Washington, Laurel and Salt Creek
bUWIlSIIipS 111 11UUIWIIK lUUMUJ, ... iz,
aggregating about oooo acres. The
company is in position to favorably
consider proposals to purchase said
leases for cash in whole or in part.
Propositions in writing, addressed
to The Hocking Gas &OI1 Co., Logan,
Ohio, box 402, will be considered up
to January 15, mm. These leases
were secured on very favorable terms
and hence they offer an exceptional
opportunity to secure a lino block of
territory, some of which is near oil
production, and .some in tested gas
iields. You buy what you want
either much or little and bid your
price. Parties bidding will be noti
fied promptly !f bids are accepted.
For additional Information, address
The Hooking Gas & Oil. Co.,
Box 4!)2, Logan, Ohio.
Drew the Dolls.
The two handsome dolls given
away by Kline, tho shoo man,
Christmas Eve to the persons hav
ing tho greatest number of votes,
ono vote being ca6t for each 25c.
purchase, were awarded to Miss
Essie May Cummins, of Logan,
and Miss Vernio Moore, of Gib-isonvillo.
FARM FOR RENT, April 1.
275 acres mile from town and on
the pikf. Tenant last year raised
over 2000 bushel corn. Good pas
ture and plonty water. See
Dec. ISO 8 w G. W. Rogiiestek
Mae Robinett, of Lancaster, vis
ited parents, Saturday and Sun
day. Grace Trowbridge spent Christ
mas with her parents, Wm. Trow
bridge and wife.
Maude and Mabel Armstrong
were Logan visitors, Wednesday.
Chaa W. Miller made a bupiness
trip to Logan, Monday.
Mae Trowbridge, of Lancaster,
visited parents, Saturday and
Beuna Stone is visiting friends
D. Bennet and wife spent Xmas
with their daughtor, Mrs. Homer
Clarence Biekus, wifo and chil
dren spent Xmas with their par
ents. Mrs. Pierce, of Athens, is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Moore.
Philip Backus, wife and chil
dren, of South Dakota, aro visit
ing friends and relatives at this
R, B Longstreth ia on the sick
Blanche Bright, of Logan, visit
ed relatives at this place, Sunday.
Mrs. R. B. Longstreth was a
Columbus visitor, last week,
Real Estate is ttie safest
and best investment known.
It is yours always.
You are your own bank.
Your interest is from tt to
12 per cent.
Taxes on money in bank
drawing 4 per cent interest
is about 4 per cent, therefore
the people handle your
money and make the profit?
Your taxes on real estate Is
a little over 1 per cent.
SEE THE DIFFERENCE ?
Wn hnvo forssle the following
property, at prices Hint will make
you sit up and tako notice:
unci 5-room cottage .. .. Ill-)
One 5-room cottnge ... 1400
Unoii-room cottage (Cabinet
Ono 0-room ottago iCahlnet
Also several vacant lots, good lo
cation, on which we can bulla a
liousn to mlt the buyer.
ForfulV particulars add resi
J. W. WONN & SON,
THE HOUSE BUILDERS
Cit. phone 353-0 Logan, Ohio
List your property with us.
St. Paul Episcopal Church, Lo
gan. Friday midnight, New Year's
Eve, 11:30 p.m. to 12:15 a.m.
there will be a watch-night service
with a short address.
You are invited to join us in
commencing the New Year in
prayer and meditation.
A. W. Bucexakd, Rector. .
Death of Mrs. Winfleld Poston.
This coramunity is shocked to
learn that Mrs. Winfield Poston,
at her home a few miles south
east of Logan, died suddenly of
heart trouble this morning. As
wo go to press we have not learned
the particulars of this estimable
lady's death nor the funeral arrangements.
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Everything in our immense stock is reduced on price for cash. Our entire stock must be sold at Vi Vz an(l V2 OFF. D0NT FAIL TO
SECURE SOME OF THESE BARGAINS WHILE THEY LAST.
Tiir tui mure
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