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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 December 1909

rv",Tnrtr ,wTr T.r: ' , - -. r - r I iiwinimiimii.iaiii.i ,!, u iiiiitiini umiiiiMi in wanii mi jjgM" miimi miiijtummmmammtmutmutmtmmtmiittammm iir.i,mniTriifiTim I mi fMt, mmummmmnTmimm-tBumwvnMMamm,yfamumuw,tmtmaaMkjii.0e94tmmti, main i iiiumkihiiuuii mwi wrl . w I VI 6 k;j 0 .w ;,J V It! ; i-. f 1: 11 i R THE OPERA HOUSE PICTURE SHOW Every night not used by traveling show On account of traveling show Saturday, December 18, will give special program Friday Night, Dec. 17th. "The Marvelous Italian Cavajry." Tills picture shows Uic world's greatest horseback riders, and the most daring feats that have ever been accomplished, and, In fact, ono must see this picture to reallzo what chance of life these true horsemen have taken to tuako this picture most exciting and Interesting. Going up as woll as coming down steep Inclines of several hundred foot, dashing through or jumping high fencos, also making several daring feats In the water. This picture was shown bofore the crown heads of E...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 16 December 1909

!55iilvw --V n -wj," ,4,tt . i ii m ii wwii iiimniiirn i ninimiinipp jau""M "" l""TTTMpi'i'fr'' ''' "r ' '"""ijft. -ui IfyrEWyyB TTt:':8-;BPT"WfffJfTrT'Wr'yMt?'fTpB MpyyyMMfTfi'M'f'Wiyfi yMiMiyMiMyifMMAy ffnftT'M PWHHMMll V LVJ LVJ ' I I W rrri'l",'lll,'.lsL . , . -. i PI LvS i" l C Tm 3 ii T i V v i TT fi "T" i Ti 1 i v 7 ri i B il fTi t I Hi U A U Jj IV14&JU. I Uli1 1 (J It is needless to state that a useful holiday gift is always the most acceptable. But we desire to call your attention to the fact that we have made very extensive preparation for a large Christ mas business, and for that reason you will find here a very large assortment of gift things from which to make your selections. The stock is large, the prices are varied, but the values are -- --rrjirrrzrzz:-- always the Same ! zrr - MENS COMBINATION SETS $1.50 Silk Four-in-Hand, hose and handkerchief to match. 8 new plain shades boxed together, $1.00 and Suspenders, arm bands and garters, all new styles and patterns, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 December 1909

AiUnor'a O.lloo mii l o9 r ' THE nEMOeRAT-SENTINBL. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 27thTrNo 01 THBHOOKINd BEHTINBL 68th Yr No 82 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBftt3, 1009, Th Only Dnoortlorpr U th Omty OlttaUtloa POOO Ob DolUr FtrTttt M n I' It t 1 n 1 3 I ! K n .. ii' .i !. W ft P' ' : ?. I iV- HOCKING COUNTY Tho farmorfl' Instltuto of Con trnl Hooking County took up its tioBslons on Friday of last week at tho ooutt room in Logan. Tho weather was cold but fair, and the Toads being pretty good, thoro was in coneequonco a fair attend nnco. President P. M. Graham was in tho ohair and Seorotary W, H. Nixon in his plaoo recording tho affairs at hand. Tho presidont in ji few well ohoson words opened the institute, and 0. L. Ram grovor oil'erod tho invocation. ., Tho Williamson Sisters, of Co iumbus, were in attendance, and they are as usual u vory entertain ing organization of mueioians. They have been in Logan on sfin'Ilar occasions, and gayo good satisfaction Thoir singing, is above ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 December 1909

. flm -- jEHMfc'lfrltHW r ,, i - 'J PE i&&&&&&&AAfft&&ft&&&a2ki HOUSE PICTURE SHOW Every night not used by traveling show Friday Night, December 24lh PROGRAM The Nevada Girl. Illustrated Song "In Oklahoma. ,r Burglary in the Year 2000. Love Tragedy of Tylda. Saturday Night, December 25lh PROGRAM Nero or the Burning of Rome. This jjreat picture tlltn secured at eitra, eot. One or Iho most thrilling subjects ever shown In motion pictures. 110,") feet in this splendid (11m. Two Illustrated Songs. Special Numbers for Christinas. This program will run about 1 hour and 30 minuet's. 32 'inm f "gr LL'f'JIS- loiiity Something New Every Night Doors Open at ft :00 Utvnestru t: i o w Show Starts Promptly at V,:'o0 & Adults 10c Admission Children 5c fcfiu B????mfww??m?ia SOCfETY i CLUB EVENTS Thlralile anil Art The "grab bag" meeting of the Thimblo and Art Club will be held at the home of Mrs. Will Eieele, next Wednesday Social Circle Mrs. CIid...

Publication Title: Democrat-Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 December 1909

"p r r t ,f r ! fi s li 1 7 V c l r LOCAL NWS ' Ujo Dernintine after shaving. hlr. Olds left Fiidiy for a visit in Mansfield. Mies Emma Decker spent Fil- UJ IU WHIUHIWUO. Mrs John Tlmbotluko was in. - 'I (Joiumbue, trriuay. Mrs. .). T MoCormlck was In Nelsonvllle, Friday. Mr. 0. L Folu ot Lancastor, pent Fld ty in Logan. Mra. Bart Sttl'tz was u visitor in Sugar Grovo, Friday. Mr. L. L Ferino lmB rot'drnod from Wollaburg, W. Va. Mr. L R. Ruble was in Colum bus, Friday of last week. Mr. John Foaroo spont Saturday and Sunday In Lanoaator. Dermatino for chapped faco and hands, cute, burns, gargle, etc. Mrs. Dr. A'. K Smith waa in Columbus, Friday of lust week. Judge O. W. H. Wright was in Columbus, Friday, on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ruaeel Hone were visitors in Columbus, Saturday. Mr. Barney Eastman was an over Sunday visitor in ColumbuB. Mr. Wm. Welch was a Capital City vlaitor, Friday of last woek. Dr. Moore and wife, of Mt. Pleasant, were in Logan, Friday. "Mr! L.'W.Marka, of Lancaste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 December 1909

t"' roknf ' i'9ijmwjtW'x&rHFTfrn'2' -rykW'- " t UJWHIHIWWW mfwwwwwww w M"utfWp'mitpyniT WWWW iwn piiaMSiiiyrM -'iyiuwiiiwfMwpj" fffwwrrwwwgwiiiiumP i iJUIWIgllll nw twW tfBMHF,-P4''. " loTAo II WiSiaM me Wlfeb ur lpatvons anb jFvfenbs anb lbapp (Mew U?ear IRocbesteiJLtfle do. i fiPC DEMOCRAT - SENTINEL Subscription .$ !.()( per year. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. rilULlHIIKD KVBHT TltUKBDAT MOUNINO. The Logan Printing: and Publishing Co. (tNCOIlPnitATIU)) 1'UHLIHHBIUH VIKOII, (M.OWitY, l'HKSIDKNT H.O. llANrtht., - - SKCKhTAKV J. U. Dol.LIHO.V, ... K I) ITO It UltAS. II. llKC'K - Asto.KnnouAMANArjEU OKKK'E: lu Polltsoii Ulook, South Door Kntprfl ii4 Snpmifl tMaw Mtt.r Ontnlmr 1 1M1. lit the I'oit ollieo nt Losna, Ohio, unucr .ct oi uonuri'Hs oi -Hon ;j, ia,v. Thursday. December 23, 1909. Living Expenses. No argument is needed to con vince Aoierioins in all walks of life that the cobs of living ha raised inordinntelf within a very few jeira. Nor is it necssary to call attention to the fuot ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 December 1909

UsSi. ,r4- . ,' 'X 7 i SBSBS.SSSJL. IU'WUSM" j1 bUUU THNGS TO EAT COMLT'S to Em HOLLY , We. Will Have the Same Beautiful Holly and Holly Wreaths as Last Year. Every body Said the Finest They Ever SAW. Richelieu Preserves Pineapple, White Oh'erries in honey, Red Raspberrie, Eam quats, Red Cherrie, Quince, Orange. Peache, Plumb, etc. Hone-Mai . Mince Meat Like mother use to make. 122C Per pound Celery Fine, Crisp and White Bleached. Home Made Saratoga Chips, fresh and crisp. 40c per pound. Christmas Candies A large assortment of strictly pure sugar candies. There are none better. Nuts English Walnuts, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Pecans, Shelled Al monds, Shelled Walnuts. i Oysters Standard- Selects. Bulk Olives Bottled Fancy Fruits Oranges, Grape Fruit Malaga Grapes, Tokay Grapes, Catawba Grapes, Bananas, Tangarines, Pinapples, etc Richelieu Canned Goods Pealed Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Straw be r r i e s , Pineapples, Plumbs, White Cher ries, Red Cherries, Mus cat Grapes, etc. uce Fresh fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 December 1909

WWiOrf '.' m,miMl'J ? Wf'X'H'nlllliatflW WWM"-in.u fc''V?MffS' JMfli Sf-, .-, -! atWPTSJmrW'JSSsWWS1 WA. ' .1. as ssyiWBSjBJHSBji h I. VI The Chris Holl Hardware Co s BIG STOVE SALE Coal and Gas Stoves Must Move at Purchasers Price' ' ; The backward season has left us with an immense " stock of stoves that we will sell at cost and below ------ - .-. -. ---:COSt - - :-i3s - We Are Com Del led to Unload You can get a bargain in stove at FIFTEEN DAYS, THAT WILL Christmas We are selling Skates, Sleds Boys like Air w ) L. United States Civil Service Ex - amination. Competitive examinations will be held as indicated below. If you desire to apply for any of these, the pioper blanks will bo Bent upon receipt of your request stating the names of the examina tion. Cook, Tudian service, $400-000 (application may be filed any time) Mechanician, Bureau of Standards, Experienced in instrument, mak ing $1000, Jan. 5 Immigrant Inspector (male) $1380, Jan. 5. Fireman (stationay) Indian ser vice, Car...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 December 1909

rT'' fr V iiinijiiiiiLj-iiLiJioggijiitffwajunwtPTa ij'iiii ""J rt-'juuiupjuw mMngy rjuu-j. mimmiiiriii aaEaeaaaEaaBaEaEa T'Vi'fjri'CTrrmTi'rjXi . aor W $ mmm CHRISTMAS SLIPPfciR5 p T At this liino of tho year our thoughts uro turned to (Jhristnius and the uhuiiI ? question presents itsolf (is to wlmi to buy, Don't ignore tho shoo store while doing your Ohristmus shopping, for it is hero you can find presents that uro useful in the way jj 'of Slippers and Shoos. Never bofore hnvo we shown such a beautiful lino of holiday 2 Slippers. Wc are featuring many now designs in tho very latest colors and patterns. W Ynnv iiiHinr'.linn is invited. 5s Not Counterfeit BUT GOOD AS UNCLE SAM'S MONEY. STEDEM & CO. fcs ittmEEfflsxHSRH km mBSmx t jLwlwMiYwWti'A S B if -i.Az rfc P 'nialrlf lw A L Mr. Sam Jonoa was in Oriand WedneBilny. Mrs, Hon Fisher wus in Logan, Wednesday. Mr. C. K. Oberlo was in Carrol, Wednesday. Mrs. Lon Stiors was in Colum bus, Tuesday. Mr. Billy Hockey was in Colum bus Wed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 23 December 1909

-JIJJMI -iff s r wvwlwllWip tfeftmi"N Hiy'lwF'!Wlwgwiill nwmi ik a -w,ln 1" - rsw apwnjsr3 whjji w junuuiiuu jiijj v. imw ll ul HJitmjm ?e?i wmMwjwtFiwiwwi Economizes eggs, flour and butter; makes the biscuit, cake and pastry more appetizing, nutritious and whole some mghm THE ONLY Baking Powder mado from Royal Qrapo Cream of Tartar ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure w Safeguards yonr food against i iuuuiauu iiuis iiiuapjuutv & sr SV C NEW Mrs. Ethel Cramblit had for her house guests the latter part of lost woofc, Mrs. Mary Fisher and Miss Anna Sbals, of Logan. 'Mies Pearl and Christine War ner, of St. Aloysius Academy, New Lexington, aro spending the holidays with relatives in Logan. Twenty-seven members of the Knights of St. John attended mass and received communion in a body at S . John's Catholic Church lost Sunday morning. Prof B. C. Alwood, of Cleve land, has recently taken charge of the Logan business College. The school has quite a number of pupils enrolled and is progr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 December 1909

4f - - THE DEMOeRATSENTINEL , :"" t, 27thYatN 02 LOGAN, HOCKING COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1909. The Onlj DsaoortloPpr la thi County OlronUtloa 3000 On, Dollar PrT mob l agHo?3 ' l - i V l "; " ' :X i ; Council Meeting. Tho Village Council met In reg ular Boseion on Tuesday night, and it was tho Inst meeting of tho old council. Mombors Comly, James and Brnddook rotiro; Hay, Strncko and Klcinemith were candidates and were ro-olected, and will servo another torm. They have ground out a largo grist of business in tho past your, und they paps to retire ment with tho good will of tho people gonernlly. Wo inenBiirothe approval of the council's action in tho past year by tho fact tiiat three of their number, that wore candi dates were re o'ected and the Mayor os chairman, also being re turned for n socond torm, Mr. Henry Leach soiyod his last meeting as clerk, and ho has, sorved well. Ulerk-eleofc Cyrus Rochester assumes his ofllao next Saturday, as do all the village o Ul cers. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 December 1909

TTfv Tawf; mumMmeAm" mt&nu uiin.iijwi in i muMuumi mwjKi iiiHiiiwiViiiiyiiiill.tiHlli8inilniijiii wf E SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE . . -- - II MUM WM iMM! Wl 3 a 3 5: A FINAL CLEAN UP UNPARALLELED BARGAINS FOR SPOT CASH 3 3 ac H ing values in view of market considerations by any means, but because dimes and dollars are easier to count than merchandise. bU at, g 5E HERE EARLY,--we intend to have an extraordinary dismissal. The goods involved, meet the demands of the hour,clean, fresh wanted 3 S rYrvari'o f Mr Arsr.rintinn ruthlesslv sacrificed: but we Docket the loss without a murmur. DOUBLE THE VALUE OF YOUR 3 SAVINGS BY BEING ON THE 1 Sale Starts lumiim.mummwmimammmim.w.maimmmm rggj Mulberry Avenue S. Arter, wife and children spent Saturday with P. J. Kraft and family. John Elick was seen along our roads, Saturday. Blanche Kraft called on Carrie Mori is, Sunday evening. Hazel Kraft and brother Cbas. spent Xmas with their aunt, Mrs. Cora Camp?, of Lancaster. John Young, of Lancas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 December 1909

X I Jm H i n S ! ' I.- LiJlMJMi . wmi .1 m wu.l.i.ifi.r,-.Kf..i.v.iinwinWi.iini) unipii iiii.iiiiii.i .i?ryft;.g BBBBBSSBBBBBHfESu 1 iHBflHnHflSF iff aB (nnnno'H,J, H 1 iff w fin X?.itf-r'X ! l nH I HH MLa&BnBm fi ' 11 Bra fl 1 iHi !2S'IP Xocal anfr fes - Use Dorraatino after shaving. Mrs. Julia' Dew spent Xmne in Athens. M'B. CIiub. Rose was ut Lnncas ter, Friday. Mr. Win. Wyman was in Colum bus, Saturday. Mr. Perry Iioush spent Xmas in MoBon City, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cooley wore 11 Columbus, Friday. Mr. Joe Case is home from Delaware for the holidays. Mrs. Charles are in Columbus Ucker and this week. baby Mrs. Bert Stedem was in Nehon ville, Friday and Saturday. Mr. Mack Golumbar, of Colum bus, was in Logan, Monday. Mr. Seth Sloan, of Columbus, was in Logan oyer Christmas. Dermatine for chapped face and hands, cuts, burne, gargle, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hall were in Columbus, Friday of last week Mr. Sam St. Clair was a busi ness visitor in Rockbridge, Mon day. Mr. and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 December 1909

.' .-.. " T ". fjua&ast-!. ,&:? BaBgaeKBwwftrsKL " Miji.iiijjii.i.iiiiiiinMij)mwm1wi.tJuiipwMiMii ' " irjiMiiinii, u' ;1'' '' "" " . ." ""?VW,"''T '. ' fftwlw i. -,iuM..t ,,W , LiW l,.0..)n.,...,,imtwy...4. -! y- Wwitm4 AiwKHiyw'wiwliipJw iNy ., Tin, ...;Wl Un AAUlJLiatklftilAllA4AkAl - KNOW? jr -r. D W M That The Citizens Savings Association, of Logan, Ohio pays 4 per cent on deposits compounded semiannually, the highest guaranteed rate of interest paid by any financial institution in the county. DO YOU KNOW that your money deposited with THE CITIZENS SAYINGS ASSOCIATION on or before JANUARY 10th, I9IO, will draw 4 interest from the first day of January, 1910. DO YOU KNOW we loan money ONLY on first mortgage security, on homes and farms, the safest of all mortgage loans. DO YOU KNOW that our business is conducted under strict State inspection and supervision. Investigation requested. Correspondence solicited. Write for our booklet, entitled "How Money Grows." THE CITIZENS S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 December 1909

.- h I s L Mrc ? Mi Bray spent Friday In Itookbridge. Miss Sue Matliiott war in Hock brldgo, Tuertday. Mr. Abram Limdls was in Lan caster, Tuesday. Mr. Tom Loyahon was in Colum bus, Tumdny, on buslnoFs. MifH Jrnnie Noble left Tuesday for n visit of a few days in Colum bus. Mr. WillUrd Shaw, of U .Ion Furnace, was in Logan last Satur day. Mrs. Vito Devore, of Longstreth, was tho guest Friday of Mrs. Dr. Raney. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dobbelo, Sunday, December 20, n daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Burko, of New Straitsvillo, woro Xmas visi tors in Logan. Mr. Frank Zipericli and mother were Columbus visitors from Fri day till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hudson, of -Columbus, were visiting friends in Logan, Tuesday. Miss Gertrude Sohrader spent several days in Logan with par ents and friends. Miss Mary Gabriel went to Lanoaster, Monday, for a few days Visit with relatives. JMr. Edward Donavin Jr., of Lancaster, spent last Thursday and Friday in Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles RaiFerty and ba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 December 1909

nW.isjm.miM ? ..Twr-vo w a jywwswy ter r ; V.zcma Readily Cured by a Simple Home Treatment. c gj A simply oloiin remedy that can e up ni In the humo It! what every nerflnti ilonireH who is sutForlnR rom ei mii'i Ynu onn now havo J.luit remedy itutt get Instant relief, and I)1 cured permanently by Zeino, n clean veuotnblu Hiiuid for ex tern nl m.e. Z-mn cures pkin dineas? by druwinjr the jortnsnnd their poistitif", that uhufo the dla easo, to the surface of the skin and diBtroyliiR them, leaving the akin clean and healty. Mr. F. S. Case, the dru(ii?t, will give you a booklet and will explain to you how a great many cases of eczema nnd other forms of Bkin diseapee havo been cured by this Bimplo homo treatment. In History. An expression something like this may bo seen frequently just now in Ohio newspapers: "The coming session of the legislature will go down in history," etc, etc f it is anything like the special session of last winter tho lopiela turo itself will go down before the pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 December 1909

r? r ,. ,, H i.T.i ). -i- XiSSiSl!l22 Xocal anb personal miXFXJ'JL.iav awacrasM a ww i.-j Ji,ii'iw t mwirr i". Bniitftiam OVT ". nr-,.,,.,. '- - ig?g1r- department f &SL ifttfj: mmvi Hata at Rod Ta prices at M. N. PorBonB. Mr. Albert Rcdfck, of Mt. Plena ant, woa in Ltgan, Monday. .All millinery gooda at Red Tag rioefe nt M, N. I'ltrsonn. Mr. Will Cowoll, of ColurabUB, was a visitor in Logan, timitidy. Mr. Ralph Wulburn, of Athens was the guest of parents Christmas day. Mr. Ambroeo Kessler, of Nelson vlllo, was a Ohristmaa visitor in Logan. Miss Hanna Butey, of Lima, was an over Sunday gueBt of Mrs. J. Dover. Mr. and Mrs. Emit Eichol spont Tuesday in the country, visiting frionds Rev. Osbourno, of Delaware, was the Christmas guest of Lognn fiiendp. Karl Hartmann was tho guost of John Beery and family Sunday afternoon. Born to Mi, und Mrs. Dick J Radebaugh, Friday, Dec. 'JA, a daughter. Mrs. Frank KosBler wus called to Zanesyillti, Friday, by the death of her mother. Mrs. Geo. Sh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-sentinel. — 30 December 1909

.! s T "V-CSPI-IT ilf'U V " ffligffWWW, UlJiCTiililHm mwrwx.w0'JWr L WS 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 this week. 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 aw...

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