Contributed by Joyce_Fullen
Description: Local NewsDate: May 15 1913
Newspaper published in: Logan
Source: Ohio Historical Society microfilm
Page/Column: Page 2
Mr. and Mrs. Wait BUTIN of Columbus, spent Tuesday in Logan with relatives called here by the death of the former's mother, Mrs. Russell BUTIN.
Mr. and Mrs. James McCORMICK left Saturday for Cincinnati to make their home. Mr. McCORMICK will be employed in the car shops in that city.
Mrs. Clarence STRACKE and two children returned to her home in Columbus, Saturday after several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred STRACKE and family.
Mrs. HAIGG of Columbus, is the guest of Logan relatives, called here by the death of her mother, Mrs. Russell BUTIN. Mrs. HAIGG was formerly Miss Bird BUTIN.
Mr. George SHORR returned to Logan last week, having completed his services as an employee of the Senate chamber during the recent session of the legislature.
Mr. and Mrs. C.W. SMITH, Mrs. Dan ROBERTS, Mr. and Mrs. T.R. ROBERTS and two children made a pedestrian journey to Enterprise and back to Logan Sunday, in all covering a distance of seven miles.
The legislature having adjourned, Representative W.H. ACKER, of Hocking County and Senator J.B. DOLLISON of the 9-14 district, are back to Logan on the job, working at the newspaper business.
Mr. Wood BOWEN of the Lancaster B.I.S. spent Sunday at his home in Logan. He was accompanied back to Lancaster by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will BOWEN and brother, Rochester in their automobile.
GIRL WANTED -- Strong girl or woman to do washing and ironing. Wages $1.50 per day and hours from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
STARR LAUNDRY, 71 W. Main St., Logan
The many friends of Mr. Vaughn KELLY, of New York, will be glad to hear that he recovered from a serious attack of diphtheria and is now able to leave the hospital at which he has been confined for several weeks.
Logan can well be proud of the long list of Graduating pupils this year. The complete list of names of High School Senior Class of 1913, also names of Eighth Grade Pupils, may be seen in the Dollison Drug & Jewelry Store window.
FOR RENT -- 7 room 2 story house only one square from Court House, on West Hunter street, all in fine condition. Both kinds of water, water and gas in house. Rent reasonable. Call or see S.S. RUBLE.
LOST -- One dun horse and hone small dark black mare. Last seen in Longstreth, O. $10.00 reward paid for information leading to their recovery.
J.T. WEEKLEY, Jobs, O., Box 54
Mr. Roy L. DUPLER was the guest of his brother, Mr. Bert L. DUPLER at Mt. Carmel Hospital, Columbus, Saturday. He reports his brother's condition not much improved. On Saturday evening he joined his family in New Lexington, where they all spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.W. DUPLER.