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LOGAN SO Y.
Rnthbono's Suppor.
Tho Itnthbono Slster'H gave n
very plonsaut supper Monday
night.
Twlco Five Club.
Tho Twico Flvo.Club mot at llio
homo of Mr. Lowih Grcon, Mon
day ovoning of this week. uVic
tor Hugo" was tho subject under
consideration, with papers by Mr.
C'omly and Supt. Silvorthoru,
Lndloo' Afternoon Whist.
Mrs. A. G. Stoinmnn ontortnin
od tho Ladies' Aftornoon Whist
Club, Monday aftornoon.
Sowing Party.
Mrs. C. W. Sohwonko was tho
hostess Friday afternoon to n par
ty of ladios for a few hours naedle
work and social converse. A two
course supper was served.
Cards.
Miss Ellzaboth llompal ontor
talnod at cards in her home at
tho rosidonoo of her aunt, Mrs.
Col. lienipel. A most sumptuous
supper was served.
House Warming,
Thursday afternoon tho Social
Club ladies surprised Mrs. .1. ft.
Dollison by assembling at Iior
new homo on Tho Heights. Thoy
oitmo in body, bringing their sup
pers and a moHt acceptable token
of remeinbrahco by way of a rock
ing chair. The afternoon wnB
spent in a joyous time.
Mrs. John Duckworth, of Now
Strnltsville, was tho guest of hor
sistor, Mrs. Fox hero last week.
Mrs. Warren Lanning visited hor
Bister, Mrs. Samuel Whltmer In
Now Strnttsvlllo recontly.
Wo wore glad to sec KM Clnitt
able to bo in Logan ngaln. Ho has
boon laid up soyoral monthn with
a broken leg.
Man or woman, boy or girl,
whother you live In tho country,
villago, town or city, wo want you
to work for uh, Send ub your
name and address and wo will ex
plain a plan whereby you roceivo
a steady income, and will, in ad
dition, give you haudHomo and
valuable premiums.
Auoadk Mjo. Co., Pokiu, 111,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Reynolds,
of Athens, visited rolatlyos hero
Sunday,
Mrs. John F. Whito was the
guost of Mrs. G. W. Reynolds in
Athens last week.
Nonderscript.
The Nonderscript Club will bo
ontortainod at the homo of Mrs.
A. M. Sparks, tonight.
In Honor of
Mrs. McCormick.
On Wednesday of last week
Mrs. F. S. Case entertained from
1 :80 to 5 :"0 at her new and most
olegantly appointed home on
Second street. A goodly number
of ladies called during those hours
and spent delightful moments in
Biioh pleasing surroundings. Tho
guest of honor was Mrs. Margaret
Case McCormick of Washington.
In tho evening a pleasant crowd
enjoyed cards.
Thimble and Art.
Mrs. W. H. Cowell wns the
hostess of tho Thimble and Art
Club Wednesday afternoon.
Entertained
Mrs" Johnny Hudson, last
Wodnosday, entertained Mrs.
Lafo McMorrow of North Walnut
street, and little Klwood Harden
and Miss Molvina E. McMarrow,
of Richmond, Indiana.
Oyster Supper
Mr. and Mrs, Ed Oliver onter
tained with an oyster Bupper Inst
Wednesday evening tho following;
Mr. and Mrs. J- A. Oliver, Mr.
and Mrs, E. D. Hardon, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Reinstettlo, Mr. and
Mrs. Wilby Harden, Mr. J. W.
Olivor, and daughter, Bertha, and
Mr. and Mrs, Charlea J. Wright.
Eastman-Smith-
Dr. Harry Eastman and Miss
Itcatrico Smith wore quietly mar
ried, at tho brido'B home, Monday
ovoning at 7:150, by Rev. Charles
R. Wilson. Thoy will occupy the
cottage on West Hunter vncuted
by Mr. and Mrs. Uort Stodom.
'Doc" is a line follow and is
rapidly advancing in his profes
sion. His bride has been one of
Tjttgau's popular girls, and may
thoy "live long and prospor."
Flinch Party
Mrs. George Deishloy entertained
with a flinch party, at her homo
on North Walnut Street, last Sat
urday. A club for lllnoh purposes
was organized.
Wm. Van Curren, of Salt Creok
was a visitor in our ofllco Wednes
day, as was Mr. II. D. Hutton, of
So. Bloomingvillo.
Potatoes Wanted at Tip
ton & Stallsmith's storage.
High prices paid.
Mrs. Bond of Columbus, was the
Sunday guost of Mrs. Hyson, of
Depot Hotel.
Miss Edna Hill of Lanonster,
Sundayod with friends in Logan.
St. Mary's Auxiliary will give a
benefit card party at thoir hall at
at tho Opera House on Nov. 20.
Tho villago gossips wondered
who he was, what ho was, what he
came for and how long lie in
tended to stay; "Quinoy Adams
Sawyer" a young lawyer from
Boston will toll you all about it at
the Opora House November 21."
W. II. Woodruff and daughter
and Mrs. Eliza Nixon and daugh
ter attended the funeral of Lafay
ette Raynor at McArthur last
Tuesday.
Mrs. A. K. Johnson visited with
Mrs. Fuller at New Plymouth re
cently. Buy your Christmas proBonts at
the Fair, given by tho ladies of
the Presbyterian Church, De
cemlior 11.
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IN THE MATTER OF FALL AND WINTER APPAR
ISffil nSH
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JFaHlilon lias IhhikmI lior (lance and a roll call of her represent ail vch Unci all styles present here. Lei,
us introduce you to a few Fashion leaders whoso acquaintance means a pleasure to yourself and a
gratification to your purse.
Miss Anna Bond, of Toledo, and
Miss Daisy Cherry, of Newark, aro
guests of Mrs. I. C. Hyson.
Mrs. Will Moore and Children,
of Columbus, visited Mrs. Carrie
Moore laBt Thursday and Friday.
1000 bushels of potatoes
Wanted at Tipton & Stall
smith's storage, in Logan.
Miss Eflle Myers, of Ohio Uni
versity, was tho guost of Miss
Ahna Hall last Sunday. Miss
Myors's songs nt tho M. E. Church
were greatly enjoyed.
Mr. J. D. Clark, of Lancaster,
visited relatives in Logon, Sun
day. MiRH Joe Chunoy. of Murray
City, spent a few days In Logan,
returning home Sunday ovoning.
Fr. Richards and Mr. Jas. 13.
Porouo spent Monday at Cedar
Falls.
Mr. Leo Forroll, of Athens, is
tho guost' of Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Bock.
Mih. W. F. Eisolo was oalled to
St. Louis, Saturday, by news of
the serious illness of her mother.
LOCAL MS.
Don't worry about ooal call up
10 Logan Pottery 0, Citizen
bono, 185,
tho
Phono, 185,
Mrs. John Shall'er and Grandma
Remstottle, after an oxtendod visit
with Mrs. John Hudson returned
homo last week.
Tho production of Qujney Adams
Sawyer ut the Opera House nest
Wednesday evening wW bo one of
the best of soason ; it is conceded
by ah" oritica to be without; a doubt
tho beat rural comedy drama ever
presented to to American public
and is os pure and fresh as tho
breath of the fleld,.
Mrs. Luoy Wilson, of Columbus,
is tho guost of J. T. MoCormiok
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Harloy Miller, of
Columbus, spent a week with rela
tives horo, returning homo Sunday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rockey, of
Lancaster, were entertained by
Mrs, Caroline Parker, Sunday,
Mrs. C. F, Brandt and Mrs. E.
D.Kelly wore viBitora in' Union
Furnace, Saturday.
Mrs, Ed, Donovan and Master
Jamos spent last Thursday in Lo
gan. Mies Ella Myer has gono to
Dayton, whore sl)o will make l.er
home,
Mrs, Lee Black has boon vlbit
ing rolutivos in Columbus for the
past week,
Mrs, Chas. Jurguonsuieior and
Mist Mary Wynn spent Sunday in
Columbus.
PRINCESS WRAPS
And the very mention of the name signifies the para
gon of excellence in wrap perfection.
Ladies' Wraps, material broadcloth, satin lined
embroidered trimmed, color light green,
price $40.00
Ladies' wraps same material, colors grey,
black, tan, castor, satin lined, price 21.50 & 25.00
Ladies' wraps in black materials and trim
mings as above kind .'.... 32.50
Black and Caster Kerseys, slock and em
broidered trimmed 10.00
Ladies' wraps, broadcloth, colors 10.00
Ladies' wraps, plaids, 50 and 52 inch lengths,
exclusive styles $6.00 to 12.00
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Ladies' wraps, black and king broadcloths,
$5, 6, 7.50, 8.50, 9, 10, 11.50 and 12.50
Ladies' suitings, plaids and stripes 52 inches 50c
Styles and patterns that whisper of correct and pop
ular wear for this seasons wear, and a price tag story
that is interesting by reason of its benefits to the purse.
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Children's Garments
Such a great stock, so many kinds that description
is impossible. Just a mention to call your attention.
Children's garments of bear skin, plaids and
novelties $2.00 to 12.00
Infants long wraps, many styles, pretty pat
terns $1.00 to 5.O0
FURS FUR SCARFS
Ladies' Fur Coats tf20, $30, $50, $0O. In all the different skins, Fox, Coney,
We know that such ffai'ineiits as Ave ZZI Mink, Siberian Squirrel 75c to $25.0O
. , t it i r and Caracal the latter is the new iur
show can not be duplicated 111 Loffan that wears better and looks handsomer
lor the prices. We ask for them. than the gen nine broadta n .
1 ! iimi 1 '" iiiiinm:"Miiiiwi' miiiwwniiMiiiiBni fimammmimmi Umijuwiiwmiiiimiikiiwiii t ! 1 111 11 iii iiMiiMiww mi 111 II Bit
In fact this is a store famous for Furs and we sum in those decisive words the high degree of confidence
that has earned our right and title to them from those who know us best. Ultra fashionable women will
find that our fur garments possess that smart and natty appearance and graceful lines especially design
ed to meet the ideas and requirements of retiued dressers who do not lose sight of practicability. But
come and seeing is the convincing, for our ads are verbal contracts with the people, promises in print ful
filled at our counters.
urness Wri
Logan's Best Dry Goods Store. AdvertiseFS ot Facts.
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Bring us your potatoes.
Tipton & Stallsmith's stor
age. Mr. Tom Miller 1ms returned
from Junction City, where ho
spent the summer, and litis taken
liia former position as assistant to
F. A. Koppe, Manager of Reinpol's
Opera House.
Dr. J. II. Dye, of Cleveland,
was u professional visitor in Lo-
gnu, Saturday.
Mrs. G. W. Beery and daughter,
Miss Wancho, of Union Furnaco,
were visitors here Friday and Sat
urday. The Johu Engle farm, near Lo
gan, was sold nt auction last Sat
urday, for $7,030 the buyer being
Mr. John Kyaus.
Mies Lizzie Cochran, of Union
Furnace, win tho guest of Miss
Flossie Jadwin, Sunday.
Tho best New England play over
written "Quincy Adam Sawyer,"
at the Opera House Nov. 21.
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special rrices
We will offer special prices on our
BOYS and CHILDREN department.
Bring your boy; this is an opportune
ity you cannot afford to overlook.
Our stock is full, complete and all
of splendid quality. New cut and
latest designs in cloth, but they
must move rapidly in the next few
weeks. Come now; secure the
nicest. You can't resist the price
we will offer on these goods. We
will save you 20 to 25 per cent.
ASK TO SEE THEM.
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F. Blasius & Son.
iuui
Among the Churches.
u. n. onuiton.
J. W. Wilms, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:00 a.m.
Preaching .10:00 a. m.
Junior Y. P. C. U. . 2:00 p. m.
Senior Y. P. C. U. 6 :00 p. m.
Preaching 7:00 p. m.
Prayer M. Wednesday. . 7 :00 p. in.
LUTIU.'ltAN TUINITl OHUIIOII.
II. W. Walkkk, Pastor.
At Luthoran Trinity Church on
North Mulberry St., the service
uext Sunday will bo conducted a9
follows:
Sunday Soliool 0:80 a.m.
Knglieh Preaching . 10:fl0 n. m.
pju:3RYTi:itiAN cnonou
C. U. Wilron, Pastor.
Sunday School 0:00 u, in.
Preaching 10:00 a. m.
Junior Endeavor .. 2:110 p. in,
rionior Endoayor. . .0:00 p. ni.
Preaching 7:00 p. in.
iir.THODisr ciiancit.
T. ft, Whiti:, Pastor.
Sunday School 0 :110 a. n.
Preaching.. .10:15 a. m.
Junior League 2:00 p. in.
Class Meeting 0:00 p, m.
Epworth League 0 :00 p. m.
Drinkers to be Cured by
Board of Service
The board of public service will
couduot an oxroriment for tho
cure of tho drink habit,
Urging the directors of tho
board to give the cure for tho
liquor habit which he is selling,
to tho inebriatOB confined in the
workhouse, Dr. Eugene R, Hy
nurd, of a treatment company of
Montreal and New York, address
ed them yesterday afternoon, He
said he left enough for a trial in
charge of tho police some time ago
and that Judgo Wildermuth, of
tho police court, was anxious to
give it a trial on some habitual
drinker if the board of public ser
vice would oouseut to the trial be
ing wado at the workhouse.
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Dr. Ilynard said 10 hourly
doseB taken daily for 21 days
would cradicato the craving for
strong drink in any man who
has a desire to be cured of the
drink habit.
The board consentod to the trial
on anyone who would give con
sent to Judge Wildermuth to be
made the subject of the experi
ment, and on tho condition that
the judge was to give tho board
notice at the time tho experi
ment is started. Columbus Ohio
State Journal.
Organized Company to
"Deal in Information"
"For buying, selling and deal
ing in confidential information, is
said to be tho most remarkable
purpose ever expressed in thocetl
fioate of incorporation granted to
any Ohio corporation. This dis
tinction holnugs to tho Park In
spection company, of Cincinnati,
organized last week.
Among the incorporation is
Vivian J. Fagln, recently deposod
as United States marshal by order
of Prosidont Hoosovolt. After
being associated with tho Cox
organization for yours as a ward
captain, he broke with tho gang
last year and was timneroiful de
feated for leadershio in his ward
at t!)o party primaries. The loss
of his government Job followed
soon'
Fagin in a fighter whoso ready
spirit of revenge has been aroused
to the highteut pltoh. Politicians
expect that ho will use the de
teotivo agency as an aid in his
efforts to even up old scores,
Ho has olaimed to have con
fidential information of former
grafting operations. Last summer
he promised to write a book, which
would set forth this information,
Ho said it would be so warm that
some prominent residents of the
Queen City would find a foreign
climate more congenial, The
question now asked ie whether this
information will be sold through
the detective agency instead of
through tho publication whloh
failed (o appear,
Ties till
Common Pleas Court,
A. D. 1907.
D. M. Soliday, Cleilc of the Couitot
Common Pleas, Logan, Ohio-
TIiIbU loi-ortlly tlml nt n niPotlitR of lint
Juituoa of the Common 1'li'itn Court In niul
for (lie Htmmtti JmJIclitl District of Hit'
HtateofOtilo belli on tln tlilrit Tui-sclny nf
October, lfftj, to-lt: ou tlm llitli iluyol
Ootobvr. ltwi.lt MiiDorUnreil by 11 majniliy
of tho.TuiK'tt" of mild District tliitt lint tonm"
at Unmmoii l'jeul'oui t of IlocUInt; County
for the yenr I0O7 dboulil bo tl toil us follouK,
to-wlt:
Beginning on the 7th tiny of January,
on the 1 st day of April ami the Kith
day of September of salilyenrof 1007.
You nrfldlieotNl to outer tliNoinnr of re
cord upon lliejoiiritttl of hiilil court.
JOHN 0. MH.NlUt
WM. II. MIllDI.KTON
.1. .M. WOOli
JOHN T. I'VI.1! , r
. Z. III.AIU
Judgo) of tin) Hi'vntull
Judicial District In ttrul
Mr tlm Hliitii of Ohio,
tinted nt Cnlmubui, Ohio, this I'll It du- of
October, A. I). Itoi.
KlledNoveinber'tli, A. 11, limo
1). M. HOLIDAY, C'liTte
Tho Mate of Ohio, i Ja
Hooking County, I "" y
1, n.M.Hollduy.OlerkoftlieCourtofCoin.
mon l'letisvsltlilii nnd for UnrklnuOnunty,
Ohio, do hereby certify Iheforeuoliig tobn it ,
true mid corrocl copy of the oiJKlnnl oulur
"Tlmeiiof IIoldliiKt'ourta In the "111 Jiull
clul District of Ohio, HOT," now on Illelu
tnv offlce,
Wltnetis my hand and the mnl nf xnld .
court, at Logan. Ohio, UiU 7th day of No
vember. A. 1). luotl.
(Heal) l. M. HOLIDAY, Oli'lL-,
Nov. 0, ll-w.
Notice of Appointment,
KltutflOf UufCave deconiiOd,
Tl'ti undiTnlhiieil bun been uppoluted mid
Qualified m Kteoutora of the Will mid of
the 1U Kit a of ItufutOave lute or Houklug
County, UorttMHi, Datod think, day of Nov.
A. 11, 10. '
WILLIAM OAVK
KUWAU1) OAVK
Kxeautom Nov, 16H-W ,(.
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Probata Notico.
Notice u neretiy (Jivoii timt tnofoiloivi v
Accountauiul Vouclmru have lxiun llli'd ti
the l'robnt Court of JlooktliK County, Oil
ior rim i ruriiui byiimiimot jiurwu
Haumenlg Sieoutrli ol the Will or Hnr
Hftumonli.'. deceiined and (he same
conto ou for henriiiK on the Tilt day
December A, U. IWU ul IU o'alook A lu.f
a4 mjou thoreiifttirus tuny be convenient
y, I'. MAKTIK
Nov,15,S-w rrobatoJmi;'
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Notice of Appointment
Nutate of William Unithoy Uoceutiisl.
uudertlutied have boon appointed mid r
I ilea u Ksecutors of the wilj and o
Kfctale ot Wtlllaiu UnJiuy Into oi Hm
Oouuty, deotanixl. Dated thU V da
uoiumro, ii, inn,
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