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The Short Skate Club motnbera
are camping at the Rock Bridge.
The Crescent Club members nre
camping on Rush Creek this week.
Junia Club Plcniceci
The members of the Junia Club
picniced at Crystal Springs near
Sugar Grove, Tuesday.
Rock Hbuse
AlieseB Florence Weis and Flor
ence Snider and Messrs. Charles
Campbell and Lawrence Kessler,
of this city, and Miss Gertrude
Weis and Mr. Tom Friuker, of
Lancaster, spent last Sunday at
the Rock House.
Price-Hansel
Mr. Lewis Price, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Price, of Glen view
Heights, and Miss Nelle Hansel,
were united in marriage last
Saturday at the U. B Church
parsonage by Rev. J. W. Willis.
The happy couple will reside with
the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jocob Hansel, on North Walnut
street.
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Mr. Dudley Gallagher spent
Sunday in McArthur.
Mrs
H. A. Long was
a visitor
to Columbus, Tuesday.
Mr. Eli M. West, of Columbus,
speac last Friday in Logan.
Mr. James McGwine, of Laueaa
tsr, was in Logan last Friday.
Mr. Will Heft visited in Colum
bus last Saturday Bnd Sunday,
Mr. and Mis. Scott Braddock
spent last Sunday in Columbus.
Hon, J. G. Reeves, of Lancus
ter, attended the fair last Friday.
Mr. Geo. Gladman was a busi
ness visitor to Corning labt Mon
day.
Dr. W. H. Lee, ot Rockbridge,
Was a caller at our office, Tues
day. Mr. John Man alley, of Buchtel,
spent several days in Logan last
week.
Mr. Claude Pettit is visaing
relatives in Viuton county this
week.
Mrs. Wesley Price, of Lancas
ter, waB a visitor to Logan last
Friday.
Mrs. Rudolph Brown is spend
ing the week with relatives in Co
lumbus, Miss Mary Dttvey is spending
the week at the Lancaster Camp
Grounds.
Mr. John Slisher, if Lancaster,
was among the visitors to Logan
last Friday.
Mies Nell Van Vorhees, of
Atbens, spent Sunday with friends
in this oity.
Mrs. Will Heft and children are
spending the week with relatives
in Columbus.
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Mr. Mike Curran, of New
Struitsville, was a visitor at the
fair Friday.
Mr. Clarence Kyle, of Columbus,
spent Sunday and Monday with
friends in Logan,
Mrs, C, E. Breliin and children
are visiting relatives and friends
in Columbus this week,
Mr, and Mrs, Will Kessler and
children, spent a few days this
week at Buckeye Lake.
There will be a public sale at
the residence of C. W. Roult, on
the Laurel road, one mile east of
Mound Orossing store, on Satur
day, August 24, 1907. Sale be
gins at 32 o'clock.
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Mr Wui. Vanhorn and sister,
Miss Lena, of Athene, visited rela
tives in this city last wnok.
Messre. .fames MoVickers and
C. Roeser, of Nuleonvillu, attended
the county fair last Friday.
The Soldiers Reunion ot! Marion
Tp. Association will bo held on
Sntnrday, August HI, 1907.
Miss Florence Kline, of Toledo,
is spending the week with rela
tives and frieudB in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, of
Nelsonville, spent Friday last with
friends and relatives in Logan.
Mr. Carl Hartmann left last
week for a visit with friends at
Toledo, Ohio, and Goshen, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ueker, Jr.,
have as their guest this week,
Miss Clark, of ManBtleld, Ohio.
Mr. Chae. Galloway, of Shaw
nee, visited in Logan Tuesday,
the gue9t of Mr, James Struble.
Mr. Geo. R. Stewart will deliver
the lecture Saturday and Sunday
at the Lancaster Camp Grounds.
Mrs. George Deishlie and daugh
ter, Miss Maggie, visited friends
at McArthur the first of the week.
Mr. Frank Outcalt, of Lancas
ter, an Inspector of the Bell Tele
phone Co., was in Logan, Tuesday.
Miss Maine Watterman, of Co
lumbus, is spending the week with
Mr. and Mrs. Ghas. Reoktenwaldt.
Mrs, Joe Quinn, of Nelsonville,
was the guest of her mother, Mrs
J. N. Acker, from Friday to Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller, of
Columbus, spent several days of
this week with lelatives in this
city.
Mies Minnie Jurgensmier, of
Lancaster, visited her parente,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Jnrgensmier, last
week.
Mr. George Hale, living in West
Logan, will move his family to
Oak Hill, Jackson county, next
week.
Meade Bowen left to-day for
Rush Cteek, where he will spend
the day at the Crescent Club
camp.
Miss Florence Starcher leaves
for Columbus, Saturday, for a vis
it with her cousin, Mies Daisy
Lehman.
Mr. Ed. Wade, of Columbus,
formeily a resident of this city,
visited in Logan keveral days of
last week.
Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Vanhorn
and ton, Carl, of Columbus, visit
ed relatives and friends in Logan
last week.
Mr. Clarence O'Hare of Colum
bus, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Wiley O'Hare of East Hun
ter street.
Mr. Charley Kleinschmidth, who
Is working at Junction City, spent
Sunday with his family on Glen.
view Heights.
Mrs. Geo, Hito and children, of
Lancaster, spent Sunday in Logan,
the gueBt of her brothers, Ed, and
Jesse Rohrer.
Mr. Mike Whalen, of LogariB.
port, Ind., is visitlug' in Logan,
the guest of his sister, Mrs, John
Reoktenwaldt, Jr.
Messrs. Harley Gill, John C'ozad
and B, P. Sprague, of McArthur,
attended the county fair last Fri
day and Saturday.
Misses Emma und Carrie Hern
stein, of Chillionthe, are visiting
in Logan, the guests of Mrs. Geo.
Hartmann and family,
Elder and Mrs. Devore, of Vin
ton, are spending a few days in
Logan with their daughter, Mrs,
J, B, Dolllson,
The infant child of Mr, and
Mrs. Gen, Goodlive, who has bean
seriously ill for several weeks past,
is considerably better.
Miss Heleu Grimm returned to
her home In Columbus, after visit
ing her cousin, Mildred Brehm,
for the past two weeks.
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Miss Margaret Jones, of Colli ni
bUB, is spending the week in Lo
gan, the guest of Mr, and Mrs.
Chap. Heft and family.
Mrs. C. M. MoMorrnw, of
Nelsonville, spent several days in
Logan last week, the guest of Mr.
unil Mrs. Lnfe McMorrow.
Mr. Jack Hiltrimui, of Sugar
Grove, formerly an employee of
the Logan Gas Co., of this oity,
spent last Friday in Logan.
Mr. P. F. Smith was at Alice,
Monday and Tuesday, loading a
few car loads of railroad ties for
the PrendergaBt Lumber Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hengst of
Columbus, spent Saturday and
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. . Mike
Hensel cf Glenview Heights.
Mies Mae Sullivan returned to
her home in Lancaster Sunday
evening after a pleasant visit with
her friend, Miss Mabel Blosser.
Mr. Irving Krleg, the good
natured and accommodating clerk
at Brown Bros, clothing store, is
enjoying a two week's vacation.
Mr. W. Tetzlaif, of Cincinnati,
traveling salesman for Barnhart
Bros, ife Spindler of Chicago, 111.,
was u Logan visitor Wednesday.
Electric Bow, owned by Mr. S.
S. Ruble of this city, won three
straight heats in the 2:18 trot at
the Athens County Fair yesterday.
Miss Marie Shotwell of Colum
bus, returned home Sunday even
ing after a three week's visit
with friends and relatives in Lo.
gan. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Walburn, of
Irontnn, are visiting her parents,
M-. and Mrt. Thos. Shotwell,
Mrs. Walburn is not in good
health.
Messrs. John Duckworth, Chas.
Malloy, Will and Earnest Will
iams, of New Straitsville, weie in
attendance at the county fair last
Friday,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Feigley
and eon Lindley of New Lexing
ton, spent last week with Mr.
and Mrs. Roy L. Dupler of Glen
view Heights.
Mrs. Hannah Price and daugh
ter, Miss Ellle, will lenve Satur
ntty morning for an extended visit
with relatives in Columbus and
Morgan county.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R, MoBroom
left Tuesday moining for a two
weeks visit in Micligan. They
will visit Macinac, Sheyboygan
and Bay City.
Miss Eliza Davy, of Columbus,
who hae been visiting relatives in
this city foi the past two weeks,
was called home Friday by the ill
ness of her sister.
Mr. and Mia. Will Fox, of Alii
ano, Ohio, ate spending the week
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Fox and Mr. and Mrs. liar
rison BUokston.
The ladies of the U. B. Church
at Enterprise will give an ice
cream supper at Enterprise on
Saturday evening, August 17
Eveiybody invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hankison
and wife, of Lancaster, and Mr.
N. R. Pettit, of Vinton county,
wore tlie guests of Mr, and J. O.
Pettit, last Sunday.
Bishop James J. Hartley, passed
through Ligan .Monday, on his
way to Columbus, He has been
at Wellston laying the corner
stone of a new $.15,000 parochial
school,
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Mr. trunk ICrutulalif, after
spending several days in Logon
with hie brother, Mike Kruinlauf,
and family, returned to hie hone
in Somerset, Monday.
Father Felne, of St. Patrick's
Church, ColiimbtiB, otllciated at
the services at St. John's Catholic
Church last Sunday, Father Rich
ardB being in New York.
Mr. Ashler Allen1 and family, of
Huydeiivllle, visited in Logan
from Saturday to Monday, the
guests ot Mrs. Allen's parents,
Mr. and Mrs Julius Wets,
The, membeis' bf St. Mary's
Auxilliary and families picniced
at the Water Works Hill last
Tuesday "afternoon. Sixty seven
people 6at down to supper,
Misses Bet' ha and Genleve
Wallace. Margaret Dods and
Lillian Grubbs of Lancaster, were
the guests of Misses Mary and
Magdalene Till last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Puling and
son, Leroy, and Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Rupp and children, of
Buffalo, N. Y., are visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alferd Pol
ing. Mrs. Kate Hart who was called
to Logan on account of the death
of her mother, Mrs. Sarah
France, returned to her home in
Greenfield, Ohio, last Saturdny
morning.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mauk of
Oklnkoma City, Okla., are in Lo
gan, where they will visit among
friends and relatives for the next
few weeks. This Is Mr. Mank's
first visit to.Ohio for the past 12
years.
Mr. J. H, Morrison, of Charles
ston, W. Va., spent several days
first of this week with relatives
and friends in Logan and vicin
ity. Mr. Morrison is the. agent
for tlie Hocking Valley Rug Co,
of this city.
Judge and Mrs. F. P. Martin,
Sheriir Geo. Williamson, Jell
Shull and wife and Me. Shell
hamer, accompanied Supt. Albert
Martin went to Utah, to look over
the Gold Springs Mining Camp
deyelopement.
We received a postal card from
Dr. G. W. Beery, written from the
"Home of Shakespeare" in En
gland. The Doctor will recite
some of that distinguished authors
latest productions, upon his re
turn to the states.
Miss Josie Scanlan, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Ed. Scanlan, form
erly of this city, was recently op
erated on for appendicitis at a
hospital in Columbus. The opera
tion was successful and Miss Josie
is recovering rapidly.
FARM, FOR SALE. A good
seven acre farm, with good house
and barn, and out buildings, two
miifcd south of Logan. Will sell
at reasonable price. Call on or
address Susanaii Huffman,
Aug, 15,'4-w.f Loguu, Ohio.
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Mr. Abraham Brown, living on
Route 2, lad.the misfortune to lose
a valuable horse one day last week.
The animal became entangled iu
u bnrb wire fence and in an effort
to extricate itself became to bad
ly injured that it died from the
effects.
Mr. Charles Mathews, of Vint
on, wasn. between-train viHitor iu
Logan, Tuesday. He stopped off
enroute from Columbus to Vinton,
and took home with him his
daughter, Maiie, win. visited lit
tle Edna Dolllson over Sunday in
Logan.
Tlie government oivibengineers
have completed a geological sur
vey or u.w septiDti ana piacea a
plate near the court house in Lo
gan liat recites their conclusions
to bo that Logan is 741 feet abive
sea level reooned from Sandy
Hook, N. Y.
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The nlnircheH of NoIboiivIIIp nro
making arrangements for n big
Union picnic to be held :it AtnUlc-
wood Park, dear Lanunptoi", on
next Tuesday Angus 20th. The
entire park lias been engaged for
the event and It is expected that
11,000 people will attend.
Clnteuce, bettor known us
"Windy" Smith, a well known
baseball player, was sorlously but
not fatally cut Monday evening nt
Cailion Hill, by Dniby und David
Spnoner, all being residents of
that city. Forty-six Btitohes were
token to close the wounds.
A party of young men, from Lo
gan, among whom were Messrs.
Gallagher, Krelg and Shriller, on
ion to for McArthur in an ailto
silll'eied a breakdown at Elk-Fork
and were compelled to return from
here by train Sunday evening
leaving their machine to bo re
paired next day. Vinton County
Republican.
The following persons from New
Lexington were in attendance at
the fair FiitUy: Messis, J. E.
Powell, John Montgomery, John
Meenan, Jake Stallsmlth, Sheriff
Hazelton, H. II. Teal, Tom
Whipts Harry Feigley, S, Studer,
Oley O'Hare, Frank Wolf, Sam
uel Feigley, John Emerick, James
Brush and J. W. Whipps.
Mr. Wm. Geiger returned to Lo
gan, Saturday, from Columbus,
where he had been taking treat
ment at a hospital for an injuied
eye. It will be remembered that
he was Struck in tho eye by a
piece of wire several weeks ago,
causing the loss of the sight of
one of his eyes. The eye has
been removed, but Will is getting
alOng nicely.
Messrs. Leo Canty, Fred Joost,
Clarence Riley and Charlie Heine
were tin attendance ac the ball
game at Shuwnee last Sunday be
tween the team at that place and
Cambridge. Riley and Joost play
ed witli the Shawnee team. The
game was called at the end of
nine innings in order for the
Cambridge team to catch the train
home, the score being 2 to 2,
Mr, L O. Bore and son, Dean,
left Logan Tuesday, on a business
trip to New York City. They
went by way of Cleveland aud
Buffalo and will be gone several
weeks. The3' expect to visit in
New York, Baltimore, Washington
and Pittsburg before their return
home. And also to select their
goods for the ooming Holiday
season.
Commissioner Fred Wei'mueller
was iu receipt last Monday of a
souvenir postal card from Hon. F.
I. Bright, U. S. Consul at Hud
dersfield, England. The card was
mailed from Nordhnnsen, State of
Saxqny, Germany. Fred says
Germany is a line country. He
has seen the castle of Regeusteiu
bei Blaukenberg. He was iu the
Hart mountains und was going
from theie to Hanover. Tho Ger
mans tulk too fast foi him, he
says. The postul was written in
German by Fred, and was trans
lated for a Dkmoohat-Skntinkl
repiesentative by Weymueller.
The people of Liiumster are to
give a monater icj cream supper
for tlie benefit of the ball team,
this evening. It is to be held at
the bull puik, aud it is estimated
that 2000 people will be served,
preparations having beeu mude to
entertain iiOOO, Tho serving tables
are to be placed around the dia
mond and the grounds will be
brilliantly lighted by electric
lights strung around the outlleld,
The famous Meuhunioj Band have
arranged an excellent miuioal pro
gram for the evening. It is ex
pected that .!i00 will be realized
us the proceeds of the affair.
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Mr. James Dow was a visitor to
Logan Inst Saturday.
Mrs. Jack Shaw was a Coluni
bus visitor the fore part of this
W ek.
Mr. Thomas Peekham, of Col
umbus, was a Logan visitor last
Friday.
Mr, Joe West, of New Straits
vllle, was a Logan visitor, Thurs'
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firmary are holding their monthly
meeting to-day. j
Mr. Samuel Green, of Goodhone
township, Was a caller at our of
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MissBertio Martin, of Cuum-
bus, spent Sunday with her stater,
Mrs, Reed Harden.
Squire E. G. Martin returned to
his home at McArthur, Tuesday,
after a visit with his sons in this
City.
Mr. and Mis. R. C. MoCauley,
of Byeaville, Ohio, are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MoCauley
of this city.
Misses Blanche Stroupe and
Emma Learone and Gen. Smith
attended the ball at New Straits
ville last evening.
Master Leo Beck returned to his
home in Columbus last Monday,
after a three week's visit with rel
atives in this city.
Mrs. John McDaniels and moth
er, of Columbus, spent Sunday
with Mr. und Mrs. B'redjlowne, of
West Hunter street.
Social at Fairview M. E. Church
one mile West of Enterprise, Sat
urday evening, August 24. All
are cordially invited.
Mr. George Moore, the plumber
with Mr. E.- T. Evans, left Logan,
Monday, for Lancaster, where he
has accepted a position,
Messrs. John Collins, John Well
man, Gus Steinman, Ben Wellman
at.d Tom Noble are in attend
ance at the Athens Fair today.
Mr. David Vanouren, returned
to his home in Hammond, III.,
Tuesday, alter a two weel 's visit
with relatives in Logan and vicin
ity. "
Mr. Richard Steele, of San
dusky, epent the Iutter part of
last week with friends and rela
tives in Logan and Washington
township.
Men Past Sixty In Danger.
More than half of mankind over
sixty years of age suffer from
kidney aud bladder disorders,
usually enlargement of prostate
glands. This is both painful and
dungerous, and Foley's Kidney
Cure should be taken at the first
sign of danger, as it corrects
irregularities and has cured muny
old men of this disease. Mr.
Rodney Burnett, Rookport, Mo.,
writes: "I suffered with enlarged
piostate glund andikidnoy trouble
for years und after taking two
bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure I
feel better than I have for twenty
years, although I am now 01 yours
old." Bort & Co.
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FLAG AND NATION.
The National 8luU and tho 8luU to
, tho Union.
The question ns to why the na
tional saluto consisted of twenty
one guns was put to one of thfe
classes at Washington preparing
young men for the entrance exam
inations for West Point and An
napolis, nnd, strange to say, not one
of tho embryonic generals or fld
mirak "hit the nail on the head."
The "coach," who kuowd Ameri-
can hi8tory aay dovm underneath,
furnished the information that tho
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gimi to the natiouai flag is fixed
uy array regulations at twenty-one
6U3 nn? thB the Tlff. "
to nave oeen in comoruui.y m m
I custom of foreign nations at toe
tinio when the number was so fixed.
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1812. which was in conformity to
the number of states comprising the
Union, then eighteen, but in I8l8
a new regulation was made fixing
the number at twenty-one, which
was at that date the number of
states in the Union, and which wds
at the same time in accordance with
the king's regulations (Great Brit
ain), which fixed twenty-one guiia
to be fired as a salute on the anni
versary days of the birth, accession
and coronation of the king, the
birth of the queen, the restoration
of Charles II. and the gunpowder
treason.
At that date the national salute
in Prance was also fixed at twenty
one guns, to be fired only oti Corpus
Ohristi day and on the king's birtb
day.
It is proper to remark, however,
that the national salute of twenty
one guns at the, present time ap
pears to be peculiar to the United
States and Great Britain, inasmuch
as the national 6alute of France' is
101 guns, of Germany 33 guns, and
that the superlative salute in the
United States is that On the Fourth
of July of one gun for each state
in the Union, and it is called the
salute to the Union. Washington
Post.
Revised Version.
In a certain Sunday school re
cently the lesson for the day had to
do with Mammon and the corrupt
ing influences of great, riches.
Toward the close of the exer
cises the superintendent called upon
the infant class to repeat the- Gold
en Text, which had special refer
ence to man's inability to serve, his
Creator and tlie inoney god at one
and the same time. The clai -failed
to respond as it should,-whenr,tiie
superintendent, .noticing his own
young hopeful in the ranks, who
had that very morning been drilled,
thoroughly on the text; called on
him. The response was immedia;tey'
though a slight departure from, the
Original, for jn a voice that was "dis
tinctly heard in all parts of the
room there came the following mod
ification :
"Ye cannot serve God and mam
ma!" Harper's.
Punctuation.
What a great difference in tlie
meaning of a sentence a misplaced
comma can, make! Take the follow
ing, for example:
" "Jame3, my husband is a very
sick man."
"James, my husband, is a very
sick man."
The following bit of perverse
imnctuation wa3 perpetrated by an
English compositor. What the au
thor meant to say can be ascribed by
a rearrangement of the punctuation
marks :
"Caesar entered on his head; his
helmet on hi? feet; nrmed sandals
upon his brow; there va- a. cloud in
his right hand; his faithful sword
in his eye; on angry glare saying
nothing, he sat down."
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