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- . KindmjMfcty. - -- 'ypHt4v,,,y"WJJ!',J,HT,H9J;JWJl,,"', nypf s " 'i 9 -J. St mtimm'rm if, Vk Vs -42 Rock House The following were viei.tors at the Rock House on last. .Sunday: Messrs. Fred Ambrose, Frunk Wright und aiiss Lillie Wright, Mrs. Jessie Wiight and her friend Miss aicCauley, of Detroit. Childrens' Home On Friday evening last, Rev. Buckland and Mr. Rob't. Burden drove out to the Childrens' Home, and after a short address to the children and visitors, a very inter esting entertainment vas Riven hy lime-light views. A set of comical scenes drew from the youngsters hearty peals of laughter. Roads-Fursell On Wednesday of next week, ' June 26th, will occur, at the home of the bride in Logan, the nrurri ' age of Mr. C. H. Roade of Uills boro to aiiss Helen Pursell. The wedding will be aquiet home af fair with the immediate families present. Mr. Roads is a pro minent citizen of his city, cashier in the Hillsboro bank. He is taking as his bride one of Logan's most charming young ladies; only daughter of the late Hon. F. S Pursell. They will make their home in Hillsboro. Yerges-Pollison The most brilliant society event of the month ot roses, was the wedding on Monday of this week, of Mr. Lawrence Yerges to Miss Martha Dulliaon. The weather wa6id?al, and the arrangement; mos"t fitting and complete. The wedding took place in the morning of that day at eight o'clock at Summit Cottage, the furnished home of the couple, and was witnessed by the immediate families. Those present at the wedding were- Mis Mildred Terges, of Sundiieky, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Verges, of Fremonr, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yerges, of Co lumbus, Rev. and Mre.Hickci.au, of Newark, Mr. and Mre. W. II. Roush, of Fairmont, W. Va., James M. Dollison, of Chicago, Dr. G. W. Dollieon, father of the bride, Mies Francis Baiker, of Co lumbus, Mr. and Mis. II. D. De vore, Mr. W, II. Devore, little Elizabeth and Edna Do lieon, Mr. and Mrd. Bruce Dollison and Rev. and Mrs. O. R. Wilson. The im pressive ring ceremony was need, Rev. Wilson officiating. At the appointed hour Mr. J. M. Dollison sang the beautiful tenor solo, "There's Nobody Just Like You;" piano accompaniment by Mrs. H. D. Devore. At the close of the rendition, the bride and groom, preceeded by Rev. Wilson, took their places under the huge wedding bell, beneath the ajch of the pallor alcove. The bride was attired in while point-de-esprit, over while silk, carrying a shower I'ouquet of bndc'rose6. At the joining of hands and the placing of the ring apon the linger, the bride-roses were passed to little Edna Dolli son, who ucted us Mower girl. Following the congratulations, u most esCulent wedding breakfast was served, ut the oh e ol which the bridecut the wedding cake, and told thut it contained somewhere in the confines of its texture a smalt bottle of wine symbolic of "Health," a silver dime, symbolic of ''Wealth" and u silver heart, symbolic of "Happiness." Tn the partaking of the sltcee, Mi . Bruce Dollison secured the symbol 6f "Health," Mr. H. D. Devore, that of "Wealth" and Elder W. II. Hickman that of "Happiness." The groom remaiked thut he had secured them all, in the posses sion of his b-lde. The bride wwtr certainly hund- . & somejy remembered with costly gifts 'from her friends, fehe te-J kji). ceived perhaps 11 fly pieces of hamlsnme cut glaje, dozens of ruie huhd-puinted chinu plates and dishes, a vast array of silver ware, many beautiful picture-, und un enviable store of pretty table lin en and fmcy work. In the afternoon of the wedding duy, from 1 o'clock to 5 o'clock and in the evening from 7 o'clock to 10 o'clock u reception was giv en, to mort than six-hundred in vited gueets. The leceivihg line was stationed in Summit Cottage, and was in personnel as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Dollison, who presented the guesH to Mr. and Mre. II. D. Devore, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yerges, Mrs. V. 11. Devore, and then to the bride and groom. Iti the return receiving line the guests were introduced to Miss Mildred Yerge, Mi. and Mrs. W. H. Roush, Mr. and Mrs. Flunk Yeiges, Hev. and Mis. Hickniaii, Miss Franeis Bilker and Mr. J. il. Uullison. From the reception rooms the gueste were escorted to the dining room where punch was served. Thence to the upstairs innm to en joy a view of the handsome pres ents, and returning were escorted by Supt. Silverthoine to the near by 1 ome of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Dollison where the guests were served with ice creiur, coffee, wafers and strawberries. The lencherc of the Logan pub lic schools, took cliaige of the le ception, and ic was most royally conducted. The Euleipeuu Club, of which the bride wus a member, urrdiiged the miisicii piogituii, which was composed ot piano and vocal solos, male quartettes and the most entertaining recitations of Mrs. Silvetthorne. The bride and groom left Tues day morning tor an extended tup to Sindueky and Cedar Point, ac corupan.ed by a bridal paity com posed of Mr. and Mrs. Fieri and Frank Yerges, Miss Mildred Ver ges, Mr. and M-s. Roush and .1, M. Dollieon. They will visit the Verges home in Sandusky, where are still living the aged father and mother of the groom. The father is past 90 yeais of age. Re turning Mr. and Mrs. Yeiges will make their home in Loguu in. Summit Cottage on "The Heights." The groom, Mr. Lawrence Ver ges, is a jeweler of large experi ence and vtide circle of friends He holds a position with the Hick man Drug and Jewelry Store ut Nelson ville. The hiide, foiuierly Miss Martha Dollison, has been vocal music teacher in the public schools of Logan for 12 years, also instructing u large class of private pupils on the piuno. There were more than a hun dred out of town guests at the wedding reception. airs, aiaicelloiie Kreig, of Nel sonville, wu a visftor in Logan last week. Semi Annual Stale merit of the Rem pel Bank. Sworn Statement. Made of the Condition ot iiempel Banking Co., to the State Auditor, June 18th, 1907, HEijOtmoBa. i.immqn Heal i;tme 4UOtbrrf.UQi unu n;oouiii. Owidrblc U B ifndi firhfcr Hon(j4 mill Mortcutftt t 41719 l: us MS IpS Im f-ramOthVr Banut end Hi,U- Gold Coin gn HaaU 11 6 feltvr(3on on nonri .. Pitt ii . . UHBHf IS yangmutBantuwr it. a. ourrsrwy ijin w r.lABIMTIB. Hu.-plus 4iio m (lit) 01 lr.illvlilnsl Ileiuis 1 Peruislt flue to Qiher aunt und Bunl;i Utofil ! I, libn H Her limiting Co . trutl, Cuiiilr ot ib Rvniul . do Kjlen.nly ur iLm fi dl U Etua, to tltbit olmy iiti,i kiatviniri) t.odundMr.r OaibUr. bTATh OF OHIO COUNT i t HOUUNU. u mfn.,ui nhr i.,ri mm., a ma 11,1. laibdnyoiauo iw,7 , xioca. ?rwio WJEHTrW LOCAL NEWS See Hotel. Oatley ut the Central Mr. Joe Stlers spent .Sunday in Lancaster. Don't go hungry, see Oatley ut Oenti'il Hotel. Squ!r.e Martin, of MoArthur, wus in Logan Monday. ' Mr. Win. Young, of NeUonville, was in Logan Tueedu'. Mr. Lse Groves was a Lunoastci visitor lust Sunday. Mr. George Conkle, of Divide, was in Logan Friday. Mr. J.C. Gill, or McArthur, was in 'Logan, Fiiduy lust. Fr, Rudolph KoIiwmiz, ot Birch tel, was in Logan Monday. Mr. Ned Murdy of Kachelmuch er, was in Logan, Monday. Mr Wui. Deishley spent Tiles day evening in NeUnnville. Mr. J. K. Marshall, of Sugar Grove, was in Logan Satin duv. The suloons ot Athens close their doois on Saturday of this week. Mr. F. E. Cornetoi-k, of Rock bridge, whs in Logan yesteiduy. Mr. Peter Reidy, of Caibonhill, was a visitor to Logan yesterday. Mr. Chae. Van Horn, policeman of Athens, was in Loguu Saturday. Air. Kit KleinselimH.lt of Carlt ington Ohio is visiting in this city. air. Ueimau Shade, of Cinal Winchester, was in Logan Tues dav. Mr. Tommy Woods, ot Gibison ville, wus uvLogan visitor yseter- air. Thos, Shotwell wus in lion- ton, Ohio, several Week. daye of this aiesers. All-n Tennahill uud John Teiiuuhill Were in Columbus, Sunday. air. Chailes Frosch of Colum bus, was u visitor to Loguu last Friday. Good meals and lunch at Out lay's Centiul Hotel, opposite c.ty building. air. Nelson Kurehner, of Laurel ville, was a visitor to Logan last Thin eduy. aire. Win. P Hett spent several days of last weel: with telalives at McAi thur. Chris Holl has 1 liree good driving horses for sale. Go and see them. air. and aire. Tom 'lilies, of Lancaster, were Logan yieitoie this week. air. Will aiillstead, ot New Ply mouth, moved to Logun the first of the week. air. George Dunnison f Junc tion City, was in Logan Fiiday of last week. air. George W. Dupler and wife, of Hockbiidge, were, in Logan Wednesduy. u '1'he American Flag was one hundred and thirty years old last Friday, June 11. aiis. alary Wulker is visiting her daughter, ails, aiarion Allen, at aioArthiir this week. .Mis, Henry Thouiu und daugh ter, airs. Dr. Wood, uie visiting in aiiadleport, Ohio, this week. Messrs. Earl und Vance Hein leln, of Creolu,' spent Suturduy und Sunduy with friends in Lo gtiu, air, Jhiues Pleukharp uud moth ei, ut ueur Logan, spent Sunday with airs. E. Hose, ut New Ply mouth. Cjuite u number of local Knights of8t. John are expecting touttrnd the convention ( Lunoaster next Sunduy. W0 tttttne wanted for huullug Uy, Hate udyanoed to 86 cents per ton. LOGAN OLAV PRODUCT CO. air. und Mis. Nicholas Till, aiiee Blury Till und air. Joe Sliorr let t aionday evening for Ft. Wayne, Iiul., to uttend the marriage of mi uKiui tut, ui ivijuti'i, arm hubs i. i. i... 'i.. n . e l iw-.l.. Edith Heine, of that city, whulj ' ocoured yesterday lVnim You are invited to call at COMLY'S on Friday and Saturday, June 21sl and 22nd and enjoy the Richelieu Pure Food Demonstration. There will be served to the visitors, the many luscious products of this brand. Ice Tea, Cofiee and Salads. air.II. J. Griffith of near Or land, Ohio, wua u visitor to Lo gun, Tuesday. air. George Weidner of Mnrion township, wua in Logan yesterduy, p tying his tuxes. Standard Binding Twine for sale at Chris IIoll & Co., at 9 3-4 cents per lb. airs. Win. Tennehil), of Nelson- ville, bundayed in Logan enioute to Union Furiibce. air. Cap Francisco und wife, of Dounville aie visiting friends in Logan this week. air. John Jones, of Jones Bros, or New Stralt-ville, wus u visitor to Logun, ftlonday. air. Con Weitzell is enjoying a nice new auto run about. It is a first class machine. air. and airs, alike aicBride spent Sunduy with rehtives and triends :n Lancaster. aiiss Ethel Hellyer WUS guest ( f aiis? Bess Roby, the of Second street, Sunday. aiessrs Fred Martin and Dae Johnson of Longstreth, weie visi tois to Ligan, Tuesday. Chris Holl has three good driving horses for sale. Go and see them. "Skinny" Judwin's new fiame dwelling, by the ice plant, is rap idly neaiiug completion. r Editor Chatlield has formally entered the ruce as a candidate for mayor of aiurray City. air. and aire. Reuben Dollison, of Lancaster, visited fi lends and relatives In Logan yesterday. Mrs. T. A. Keeslei of Nelson viIIh, spent several daye of this week with relatives in Logan. Standard Binding Twine for sale at Chris Holl & Co., at 0 3-4 cents per lb. air. and aire. Wm. Spray, of NeUon ville, were the Tuesday gnesti of aire, Joe Brooker. air. G;o. ai. Walton, of South Bloomingville, wus in Logan on business' Fr'iduy of lust week. air. u'nd airs. Priest, of . Pome loy, were the guests of air. und aiis. Pearl Smith, Sunday last. aiessrs. Chas. ' Arnold, Wm, Riggs and Exie Lehman were Lancaster visitors lust fiunduy. airs. Hurry Rose is spending u week with her purents, air. and airs Chris Eif'ele, in Lane-aster. airs- Luke Lehman, of Colum bus, Is spending the week with lelutives uud friends in this city. Invitations for u Grand Ball, the evening of July I, 1007, ure being circulated in town this week. Chris Holl h'asjhree good driving horses for' sale. Go and see them. aii, John Slisher, of Lancaster, wus shaking hundn with his many ucriquintauces in this city yester day, aii. John Hudson has so fur re covered from his recent illness thut he is able to be on the' street uguiu. aiis. Clura Weiland and sou, Uaymond, of Columbus?', spent last Sunday with N. J. Weiland and family. aire. Ashler Allen und children, of Huydentille, spent several days lu i.iuu lust weeK. trie quests or . . ... "i . . her parents. Jlr und Mre. Julius A big day for all nt Lognn, 0,' Mr 'Vrs Frank Chapman, Thursday, July 4, 1007. Arronge'of l;iuiiua, ure yleltlng In Lognn, to be there und bring your friends with you. Sir. Julius Wds weutto Carbon hill, Tuesday, to build a stone urch cellar for air. Jno. Dlnneii, of that place, - ,., i.mfc. - - ... - air. n ml airs. Jesse Rohrer and fumily spent Sunduy In Nelson ville, the guests of air. and Mrs. T. A. Keseler. Miss Knte Porter, of Vinton, was the gusst of airs. T. J. Shun non and futlnly Monday and Tues day of this week. Standard Binding Twine for sale at Chris Holl & Co., at 9 3-4 cents per lb Mr. und airs. Geo. aiyeis went to Newark, Ohio. Saturday for u short visit with relatives und friends air. Nut K. Baiim, of Bt. Louis, und airs. Julia Dew, of Athens, were over Sunduy guests of air. and Mrs. Uurry Rose. Don't'forget to remember the Celebration ut Logun , O., July 4. Arrange to be there. A big time thut day for eve ybody. air. und aits. Gorden Willium son und aiaster Joe Williamson are visiting in Laurelville and Adelphia this week. air. John Lovett of Murray City, made u trip to Logan, Tues duy, to puy his respects to the County Treaeurer. Miss Anna Powers, of Steuben ville, was among a class of ten that graduated at St. aiary'e of the Springs, June 19. air. Els Chilcote unci two little girie, of So. Bloomingville, were visitors a few days this week with SheiifF Williamson. air. Ed. Blackintosh, ot Colum bus, surprised nis friends by an nouncing that he had been mar ried since March last. air. aiagley, of Colu'mbus, Sup erintendent of Construction ut the new Kuchelmacher plant, wus J u Logan visitor Monday. Grund 4th of July Celebration at Logan, Ohio. Grand Athletic Contests, Base Bll Games, etc. D.in't forget to be there. Slessrs. 4rley Jadwin and Charley Kennard, who have been in California for eome months re turned Tuesday to Logan. air and aire. Almace aiason and aiiss aiabel Mason of Sugar Grove, were the Sunday guests of Air. and airs. J. A. Oliver. aiipeee aiume Naughton, aiabel Brandenburg and Callie Conoway of Nelsonville, spent Sunday even ing with friends in this city. aiessrs. John Walker and Frank Cheiry, of Union Furnace and New Plymouth, respectively, were in Logan Wednesday on business. aiiss alary Murphy, who was the guest lust week of Miee Rose Anderson, returned to her home at aiurrny City last Saturday evening, air. Geo. Reynolde and wife with their two interesting chil dren were guests of air. and airs. John White during the fore purt of this week. aiiss Lillie Wright, the accom plished daughter of Dr. Wright, departed on Tuesday for Look hnrn Ohio, to attend u house, party for a week. air. "Dutch" Sheirard, after a several days visit with his parents, air. and airs, Dan fherrard, re turned to his labor at Fultonham, yesterduy morning. The best line of Rubber Heels in the city ut Ed. aiyers' Quick Repuir Shop. Put on while you wait. Steam Lundry Building, East Main etreet, Hammocks, Lawn Mow ers, Sprayers, Grass Knives and Screen Doors, of the. best -makes at Chris Holl & j air. and Mrs, Geo, Hooper, of near Murray, were business visit- r rs in our city Saturday, Mrs. Hooper is building u nice fratne dwelling on East Hunter. ji, We desire to thank th youug people und ul others who so kindly assisted und took part in the "Hooking' County Fair." The Coitmittek. Mr. Alfred Wright and daugh ter, Ethel, of Rlohwood, Ohio, were Logan visitors last week, called here by the death of his father, Mr- A. c. Wrjght. the guests of Mrp. Chapnum's par ents, air. and aire, Calvin Hop kins, of East Hunter street. air. Ed. Doehele, employed with the National Cash Register Co., Ht Dayton, Ohio, spent several dtiye of last week with his parents, Mr. and Mtn, Henry Doebele. All Odd Fellows are requested to meet nt hull, Sunday, June SB, ut 0 o'clock,,' to attend memorial services at the U. B. Church. B. C. aioMnuigul, Sec. Hammocks, Lawn Mow ers, Sprayers, Grass Knives and Screen Doors, of the best makes at Chris Holl & Co. You can have your shoes half soled, sewed or nulled, while you wult ut Ed. aiyers' Quid: Repair .Shop. Come in and let us show yon. Steam Luundry Building, Eust aiain street. Dr. G. W. Beery with Dr. Bwitzer, has gone to Europe for a tour of two months. During his absence Dr. Frank Wright, of Lo gan, will look after his practice at Union Furnace. air. and Mrs. John Blosser, ac companied by aiiss Goldie Sweazy, went to Cambridge, Ohio, yester day morning, to 6pend a week with Bfr. and Mia. Will Barnes and family, of that place. airs. Jessie Wright, of Detroit, Mich., formerly a resident of Lo gan, is epending a few weeks at the home of Dr. I. G. Wright.' airs. Wright is accompanied by aiiee aicCauley, of Detroit. fileesrs. John Ward, J W. Van sickle, Tom aimphy, John Lovitt, Henry Hele, Albert Spencer and Joe Poposzy, representative citizens of aiurray, were business visitors in our city Tuesday. aiessrs. Berman Friend, S. S Karshner and Christie Harris of I aurel.ville, were in Logan last Friday, paying their taxes. While in the city they' made the Demo crat Sentinel a pleasant call. air. and airs. Chus Vorce and children went to Laurelville last Thursday for a visit with relatives und friends. ( Ohailie returned home Saturday evening hie family to make a more extended visit. Hammocks, Lawn Mow ers, Sprayers, Grass Knives and Screen Doors, of the best makes at Chris Holl & Co, Mies Lucy Westenhaver has ac cepted a position" in the Login post-offlce. air. Tom Sunderland, Jr., hue resigned from the postal service to accept a position of of fice work with thj Hocking Valley Railroad Co. Mr. and aire. Earl Gabriel, of Bhreves, Ohio, ure the guests of relatives in Logan this week. Earl holds the position of manager of a Gas Co , at that place, and is, we are happy to eay, 6Urely prospering. air. Jacob Kane, of'Rockbridge, was u visitor to Logan Saturday. While in the" city he made the Democrat-Sentinel u pleAsant cull und incidentally had the date of the label of his paper moved for ward a year. air. and airs. Fred Henget, air. and airs. John Hen'get and air, and Mrs. Charles Henget, of Co lumbus, an spending the week in Logan, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. alike Hansel 'and air. and airs. Geo. Hengst. air. "Hilly" Rkldmore, the new farmer, wus in our city Tuesday. .He bro ght with him his old friend, Jack Ward, and intro duced him to our best citizens. Billy automobiled round otir city for his own benefit and did the bear dance for the edification of his friends. Air, aiarcus Burke, traveling out of Baltimore, Md., for Gams Bros, largest umbrella house in the country, has; beeu a guest at the Hotel Ambrose for the past week. Mr, .Burke fs one of the cleverest and most entertaining etory tellers, that has1 eyer Visited Logan. He hue made countless friends while hero on his short vacation, Mr. Burke is writing several new anil original soners. Amour? hia latest . . . " . . ' WorUS are: "UooU MomiUg, "VVllttt do you know about that" j nnrr,.io i. .,., I UMU II 1J fcllO VUOAU UUIlb 9J 'olofe to tbehore." I, AMONG THE CHURCHES. MJT11EHAM THINITr 0BUK01I. II. Wt Wai.kkh, Pastor. At Lutheran Trinity Church on North aiulberry St., the service next Sunday will' be conducted a follows : Sunday Scioql 0(80 a. lb. Public Preuching ..10 :80 a. m. Congrefcutlonnl aieetlngll -80 a, m PKE8UYTERIAH OHtfROH O. II. Wilson, Pastor. Sunday School 9:00 a. m. Prenohlng 10:80 a. ni. Junior Endeavor ......2:80 p. m. Senior Endeavor 0:00 p. m. Preaching '..- -7:00 p. m. i METHODIST OHURCfi. T. B. White, Pastor. Sunday School 9:80 a. m. Junior League.;. 2:00 p. m. Class aieeting'....'.- 6:00 p. m. Epworth League 0:00 p. m. Rev. W. H. Lewis of Columbus, will preach Sunday morning at 10:15. At 7:00 p. m. the Sundiy School and chorus choir will render tne Childrens Day pro gram. v. B. OHUROH. J. W. Willis, 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. 0:00 p. m. Preaching'. 7:00 p. m. st pahl's episcopal church mission Alfred W. Buckland, aiinister in Charge. No Service in the morning. .Evening Service 7 p. m. The Protestant Episcopal Church, Its History, embracing four great periods. 1 Its existence before St. Augjstines visit to England. 2 The Saxon perished. 3 aiedieval. 4 The Reformation before the relguof Henry the VI 11. A welcome to all. A Glorious Big Fourth of July "Celebration at Lancaster. The general committee on ar rangements for the Fourth of July celebration ut Lancaster, com prises a b'Juoh of known hustlers, thus guaranteeing the positive ful fillment of large claims scattered abroad lei-qntly, promising the biggest Fourth of July on record, Everything ae adyertised on the big posters, from that gigantio Street Parade to the muguiiicent Fire Works display, will be worth traveling some to see. Extra at tractions being booked eveiy day. They say: "You'll be lones.me elsewhere." All roads lead to Lancaster on the Fourth. 0-20 1 w t'ralmte Notice. Notice 1 hereby given that the following Accounts ana Vouchers hove i)een riled in toe Probate Court or Hocking County, Onto, lor rtrst ana nnal settlement, Uoru Davidson, (formerly Dora Jurrett), Admin Istiutilx with the ,11I unnexeU of the eatula of aomuei u innett, deceased, end the suniewlll come on for hearing on the 12th, dav of July, A, ivi7, ot 10 o'cloclz u. m.,or an soon ihereufter tu may be convenient. F. P MARTIN, June ;o, 3-w Probate Judge. Probate Notice. notice is hereby given that the following Account) end Vouoliem have been filed In the Probate Court of Hooking County, Ohio tor Second nartlal settlement Emmu r. Clapper, auurdtonofOha-les II, Tracer, u minor und the sm will come on for faeur Ingon tbemrl.WayoMuly A. D, IW7 et)Q o'clock A. ii , pr us soon thereafter at may he convenient I P. MARTIN, June 20th. 3-w. Viobete. Judge. Probate Notice. . notice Is iieraby given that the following Accounts slid Vouchers fcuv been tilled In the, Pobote Court of Hocking County, Ohio, foi first ana Anal settlement, Johti Wolu, Administrator of estate or Jeiemlah Peterson, deceased, and the qume will come on for beat int on theWhday of July; A. D. IW7, at I0orcloct a ni , or us soon there after us may be convenient FJP.MAItTIN. June,VP,8.w Probate Judge. Notice of Appointment. Estate of Jtnbte M Qltuson, deceased- The undeMlgoed has been appointed end quollnedajkAOarinUtrBtQrof rbe ettuw of JemileM.OletJon, formerly of Ashla'ulu T 1U WOODWORTH, Juneiit),8-w Ailiuliilstfytor. NoMeo of Appointment. Eststf of Darid W Howayshell Uese.d f1 HPJ?9?"l.a .bi" &n appoint! undqualliiedaiadmlnlstracorof the Estate Comity, decern?' June A P. iwr Mary J Hov.djebeil Adnilnlstrator June 20th. 8-w Notice of Appointment- Estate of Elizabeth Gardner Ibcphii tu(e of Elizabeth "he undersliined has The undersigned has appointed and aualt zoLeth Gardner late of Hocking County, SjcMjja. Dated thU Wtb day of June a' fled as Administrator ( VI u t. ..:. .? tT?.- aualt. J - lfVI. Jobnaardner, Adulntftrator- AiueyJth 3-w- A A . ,-jh.:.-.