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. ' Ii .' i. I i v m if o a i a ) THE NEWS IN A NUT SHELL Clnrn Moodgootl tllo noted not rose, eonitnittod Bttlctdo at hor ho tul in baltintoro Inst Thuraduy, caused by norvous collnpso and worry ovor Annnolnl lossoa. V In n mlno oxplosion nt Monongali W. VnM Friday, live hundred mon Woro killed, mid two hundred and fifty fnmiUos left doatituto. Mrs. Tuft, toothor of Secretary Tnft, died nt hor homo at Milbury Muss., Suturdny. King Oacur of Sweden is dotul. V Mrs. C. A. Bond, wlfo of May-or-oloct Dond of Col tun bus dlod very suddenly, Friday iiftornoon. V Tito Republican Nntionnl Con vention will bo hold in Chicago, Juno 10, 1A08. Henry C. Qodman a prominent lawyer of Columbus, diedjeiulcloiily in Florida, at his winter homo. Tito minors nt Goldfiold, Nov., are on a strike, and Federal troops havo bean sont to quell the riots. Joe. II. Outhwaito of Columbus, a Dean of tho O. S. U. Law sobool r&nd former CongresBnian, died sttddonlv, Monday, of pneumonia. Harry M. Daughorty of Colum bus, has announced his candidacy for the U. S, Senate to succeed Hon. J. 11. Foraker. Five persons are injured in a street cur collision nt Fifth and Fulton streets, Columbus, Sunday night. William Hines of Columbus was burned to death by the explosion of nn oil lamp. V Mrs. Emory Huntley of Souier- villo, Mass., killed her two grand children who are visiting her. Miners call off the long strike at Cripple Creek, Colorudo. The Czarina is critically ill; and all the loading specialists of St. Petersburg, are at her bedside. llobort Sownrds nhd Saul Denny of Gnlllpollfl, fought ovor a yottng Wontnn, and Donny's throat cut from onr to oar. V After sorving continuously for 12 years na Probnto Judge of Gcattga County, Judge Henry K Smith has Just dcollnod to be a candidate for ro-election. Hank president David F. Walker of tho Callfornn Safe Doponlt and TrtiBt Compnny, of San Frutisisoo, was takon from tho trnln by dotec tives, wliilo attempting to CRCnpo. V Ohio Is richer than ovor, tho onsh balance In tho Stato Treasury at the closo of business Saturday ovonlng, was $7,108,582,08. Dr. Frod QunsnutuH of Colum bus, died at Mt. Carniol hospital, Mondny, from tho eireots of blood poisoning. . Augustus K. Willsnn was inaug urated governor of Kentucky, Wednesday. . v' Nowb of tho doath of W. T. Morgan, editor of tho Jackson Sun, whilo on routo to l'onca City, Okla., roachod our city to-day. Tho decoasod was a brotbor of Congressman Stophan II. Morgan, of the tonth district. The remains will be BOnt to Jackson for interment. foats of art rcprosontod. Another bedroom contained domestic articles; tho front hall was con verted into n Floral Hall, ntid lioro ! many flowers wore cxhlbitod tin known to any florist in Anioricn, Tho most popular booth in tho wholo Fair wus tho Forttino Toll er's, ovor wlildh Bird Whlto pro sided and handed out somo start ling fortunes. Tho lunch Borvod to tho "Fair" visitorsconsisted of hot wcuorwurst sandwiches, peanut sandwiches, pickles, es aalloped potatoes, pumpkin pio and coffee, Miss Emma Bcckor and Mrs, Valley Wright woro visitors. CIETY M UN IEWS Dinner Party. Miss Lucille Allon gave a dinner party at tho Ambrose Hotel, Sun day, complimenting Miss Noll Bnkor and Miss Wood of Colum bus. Covers woro laid for Misses Bird White, til In Ilochostor, Ilobbiu Rochester, Emma Becker, Miss Wood, MibH Bakor and MiES Allon. Rocoptlon ' Mr! Alexander C. Sands of East Broad street was a guost Wednesday at tho largo and bril- lfnnt recoptlon given by Airsn Thomas W. Qraydon nt hor homo, "Rosslea," Cincinnati, to Intro duco her daughter, Miss Ethel Graydon. MIbs Qraydon has spout the groator part of tho lust few years abroad. Stato Journal, Jolly Dozon Potlro Club MIbb Lllllo Wright was hostess Thursday night for tho Jolly Dozon Pedro Ulub at her beautiful appointed homo. All thomombors woro prosont nnd spent a very de lightful ovonlng. Mrs. Hurry Wrigltfi carried oir tho honors, u silvor spoon. Miss Wright served dainty refreshments. At Columbus Misses Edith and Ilolon A. Wado and Miss Josophino Wright, who spont tho wook-ond at tho homo of tho lattor's father, Judgo Wright of Logan, havo returned to the city. Whilo in Logan a numbor of social uirairs woro given, including sovoral dinnor parties, a breakfast at Hotel Ambrose und a dancing party at tho Wright resi dence Ohio Sun. Junias One of the most enjoyable meet ings of the Junia Club was held at the home of the Misses Roches ter, Monday evening. This club is noted for its originalty, and tho entertainment Monday evening was the most novel of their many successful meetings. A regular County Fair was held. In tho front pallor were tho ice cream candy and popcorn booths; the back parlor contained tho merry-go-round ; west bedroom, fancy work; tho dining room was tho Horticulture Hall; the first bed room upstairs was the Art Hall, and surely some of tho old masters had worked over-timo to I produce some of tho marvelous Twice Five. Mr. and Mrs. H.'R. Harrington received tho members of tho Twice Five and thoir wives, Monday evening and a very enjoyablo social time was spent. Tho subject for discussion was 'International Arbi tration, or, is the-abolishment of war practicable?" Mr, Harring ton and Dr. Rannells had very able papers. Mrs. Horrington sorved an elegant lunch, with Mrs. McKay presiding at tho coffee urn, Miss Florence Bright pouring chocolate and Miss Emma Westen haver serving cream. Tho dining room appointments were all in pure white, with decorations of white chrysanthemums and white shudod candles. Those who en joyod the evening, outside of tho Club, were Mrs. A. G. Steinman, Mrs. Sarah James, Miss Tracy, Miss Emma Westenhaver and Miss Florence Bright. At tho Bo won Homo. Among tho very plonsnnt ovon ings spent by the Misses Bowman while in this city, was tho ono with Mr. and Mrs. C. 18. Bowon and their sweet young daughter, MlsFLuoy, and thoy wish to ox pross their thanks for, and ac knowledge tho onjoymontof n very delightful ovonlng spent with thorn. MAtAdAdAMlAA6Jira 4S a -a us -a -' -a use a us a UB a a a a us a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a to Now After all, Isn't it the Sen sible Thing Buy Useful CHRISTM PRESENTS. Buy Something for Wife or . Husband That Bring Comfort as Well as Joy. A For Your Wi ir Motto ,A nice new gas range, a carving set, a fancy market basket, a hand some stand lamp, a good carpet sweeper, turkey roaster, or any cooking or housekeeping utensel. We have them allsilver spoons, knives and forks. w IB istei or Fate If a horseman, get him a hand some horse blanket or lap robe; get him a nice shaving out-fit, razor, mug and brush; if a laboring man, a good, new dinner bucket and fill it with turkey-we have the buckets but not the turkey; a box of tools to keep up repairs around the house. For the Boy A sled, a pocket knife, pair of shates, a gun, or any of the sport ing goodsbase ball, ball bats, glove or mask. ST. ar . ! The Chris HoII LOGAN I Hardware Co. OHIO. $$$$$ Patton-Lohman At tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Howard at Nolsonvillo Mr. Claronco E. Patton and Miss Gortrudo Lehman were united in marriago at 7 p. m. on December 7, in tho prosonco of tho family. Thoy will make their future homo at Nolsonvillo. They havo tho best wishes of thoir many friends Entertained A very pleasant pnrty was gtvon by the Misses Annn, Mario and Rose Shannon last Monday even ing at thoir residence on East Main street;, to a number of their friends. An elegant lunch was served, and the evening was spent with music nnd games. iflMMTM I 1 for i tibALiy UARTERS (ssm&& the Man and Bov Look ovor this list and you will find many things that are for Mon and 3 Things that cannot bo considered an extravagance, Our store is filled with a Magnificent Showing of & & $ m m H Fancy Shirts, m Sweaters, HU Neckwear, Boys enuine, D Practical GOOD Thimble and Art Mrs. James Watkins received the Thimble and Art ladies Wednesday afterneon, and the time was spont in conversation and sowing. Mrs. Watkins served an elegant two-course supper. Mrs. Tiieo. Tritschj Mrs. Dr. Raney and Mrs. Lappen wero guests. Social Circle Tho Social Circle met with Mrs, Theo. Lytlo as hostess, Wednesday afternoon and an unusually pleas ant time was spent by tho club members and thoir guests. A very entertaining nnd instiuctivo contest wus presented, entitled "Somo Suggestod Cities." Mrs. Walter Becker socured the club prizo, a china plate, and Mrs. John Tritsch tho visitors prizo, a china olivo dish. Mrs. Lytlo served dainty refreshments, assist ed by her daughter, Miss Lttrn, and Miss liortha Guno, Mrs. Kate Lytic, Mrs. Charles Lytlo, Mrs. Will White, Mis. J. C. Morgan, and Mis. John Tritsch wero visitors. The next mooting will bo tho "grab bag" at tho homo of Mrs, Rudolph Brown, Dec. 31. Domestic Club This most popular club was re ceived by Mrs. W. II. White nt her beautiful home on Front street, Thursday evening of lust week. Tho entire membership were present, and responded to roll cull by reciting "Curront Events. " Mrs. J, T. Sandorson road a most excellent paper on the lifo of Gen. Grant. Tho club visitors were Mrs. F. S. G'uso, Miss Nona Stinchfiold, Mrs. W.'f. Eiselo, Mrs. Lafuyetto Warner, Mis. Theo. Lytlo, Mrs. Boom and Miss Minerva White. A most sumptuous turkey dinnor was sorved by tho hostoBS. She was naslstod by hor duughtor, Bertha, und MisBos Ruth Magnou and Litra Lytlo. W. C.,T. U. Meeting Mrs, S. M, Ilntto wus hostess for the W. C. T, U. on Wednes day afternoon, Several interest ing papers woro road, also letter Was road from Mrs, Smith, a W. G, T. U. organizer. Mrs. White read the scripture lesson. The song, 'Sohoo! Days," was sung in a very pleasing munner by Helen Hoft, which was appreci ated by ull present. The hoBtofls wus assisted by Mrs. Russell Hone In serving dainty refreshments after the meeting. The visitors present wero; Mrs, Russell Hone, Mrs, Sam Smith, Mrs. Clius. Brohm and Helen Heft, The ladies wIbIi SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and if you want to please the men folks, give him something to wear, See our showings of Mens' and Boys' Bath Robes, Smoking Jackets,. Pajamas, Night Robes, Fancy Vests, White Vests, White Shirts, Underwear; Suspenders, Mufflers, Cuff Buttons, Umbrellas, Gaps, Full Dress Protectors, Suits, Overcoats, $ anoes, uaa xrousers. $ and you'll find that your money will reach farther and you will be better j pleased here than anywhere else in town. Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs , Collars and Cuffs, Canes, Hats, jsm& i m rftBt -bt r. ltrentz x Lappen I EflKd 5j CFC Xt js sj Jfj ijj Jtj Jt 5x C tL W v v h7v Js C Ju 3j K & u jj Jx Jss 5t Ji Jj jC Jvi Jv jv Jv kL Jv ESS c Q "-r i. tin ii i ii in- n-irini'iiiii iiiiiinhi - ,f i ! n.wfaii.MiiiiwmitoiWr' flk'' VVSv ',! "'-.-g" "f -s." ' i "" '"sihjM 1 V- ' ' -y- liniiMiDl n i nil'- milplirwftBi. THOMAS LOWRY YOUNG 1878. Tliomna Lowry Young, boIiiR eloctod lloutennnt governor In 1870, suc ceeded Itutberford B. Iluyoa tin governor when the lutter boeamo president, lie was bora at KHIylengli, Ireland, Dee. 4, 1832, landing In this country an emigrant nt the age of twelve. Ho served iii tho icgulur army for tea yeurs. At the hienklut; out of. the civil war ho served In Geucral Froraont's body giuu'd, Using 1o colonel of tho Ono IlundiPd und eighteenth Ohio Infantry. At tho cloo of the war he studied law nnd -was chosen a reprosontatlve to the Ohio legislature In 1S05, whero he served two terms, und ono term as state sen ator. Ho wis n ninn of great honesty and cairled his high principles Into ull Ida work, whether private or polltleul. He died ut Cincinnati, O., July 20, 188a to thank MIsa Bowman, oC Co-1 liinibna, fen- liorsolo, "The Journoy ia LonR," which alio sung in sitoh a pleaahiK manner at their lust moetlut;. Hor oharniiiig personal ity won hor ninny friends whilo on hor short visit horo. The next meeting will bo in four woeks, to honnnniincetl later. Presbyterian Services, The Ptesbytorinn pastor anil an old time coIIoko friend, Uev. S. NeBbit, of Pataskala, Ohio, will exolmngo pulpits, Sunday. Uev, Nesblt is u etroug preacher nnd wo are glad that our people will have an opportunity to hoar hint. Our Borvieos, Sunday, December 22nd,, will bo appropriate for tho Christinas soason, In tho evening a Christinas 1'raiso Service will be given. Go to S. 0. Hudson for Candies, Peanuts und Toys, A Treat for Theater Goers, Chronicle, Uriohsville, Ohio, New LMiilndelphi thoater goers wero glvon a treat last night. Uortor J, White's oompany pre sented "Faust" in the Union Opera House, and that inagiiifloient theatre was filled to its unitost capacity, Of tho play as present ed by this coinduny much can be said. Tho sconia effects were complete The oleotrioal side wus in porfeot working order, und tho soeues of the Witohos Carnival on tho llrookou was a porfeot picture of hell, us imagination iius painted it, To soo this beautiful pluy, which is at oncen sermon und u tragedy of tho soul so vivid that ouoo soen, us Porter J, White's company presents it, oan never be forgotten. Tho ubovo company will bo at I the Logan Opera House, Monday Deo. 16." Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot? Not nt Christmas time assuredly not. To promote that cheer which should characterise the season there must he giving of gifts. But that same old question arises "What shall it he?" We make no attempt to answer that question for you in our advertise ment. But our store will do it for you just as it has for hundreds of other people in other yours. Keep this store in mind. To miss cur dis play is to miss a good doal of the ploasuro thai he longs to tho season. Wo desire to mention that from tho standpoint of prices this store will make it profitable for you to make your selections here. Try to he an early lookor. Kessler Bros. Leading Jewelers. FOlEYSHONErTM Cures Ooldsi Prevents Pneumonia FOIEYSKIDNEYCUR1 Makes Kianeys and Bladder Right 4tk n.a .