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Athens Daily Messenger, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1912, Athens, Ohio o o STUDENTS ARE To on Kvery I A AD In The Daily Messenger j Runt Your i for the you can thf WM i A. 01, 227. THE HOME PAPER OF ATHENS AND ATHENS JHE FAIR it 48J SAYS TRUSTS Roosevelt Mixes Politics With Priest's CALLS PENROSE CUTTLEFISH Likens Pennsylvania Senator to zen of the Deep That Beclouds Water In Order to Make Its Declares He Will Clarify Waters Get at barre Crowd He Selected Men Same ac He Would un- expected turn was given to a day by the absence of political when Former President before a. large and wbich had to hear him to a close Rev. Father J. J. Jubilee a attack upon Senator Boies Pen rose was with applause b his audience. Colonel Roosevelt compared th. to a the most cowardly of a lower order of who in the presence ot an enemy they fear throw off streams of hoping enemy attack the ink let the cuttlefish Amidst renewed applaus the declared that to sweep aside the ink and get the Senator Penrose's which he outlined to his were based entirely on hearsay he He characterized his accuser as both base and The real proof of his to the great trusts of the be he in the nism of every paper in the country against and ALLEGES NEGLIGENT afternoon suit the common court Cora May against her Thomas is her petition charges her with gross neglect of duty for the past and ure io provide her and two with a decent The accuses the defendant extreme and ise of abusive and obscene awards asks for Both parties are of AUGUST 23.19] HOSPITAL IS IE Hon. F. G. of Principal Speaker at Cool vi He s Which lo delivered second floer in School at uni- soon be completely it will be closed the the of the money to it The completed and ivo Ohio he Whiteford Parks Goes H. W. a graduate of the and of school of in the class of has been to teach branche n the High school of t a. I To is now n and will leave for Hin many will bo pleased to hear of his his policies When He I was tho picked a man to do A certain job I would pick an strument to do a certain and t used it until it proved that it had a flaw in it. If it broke 1 rook another Sooner or later I got the work whether it. was the Panama canal or Every and then I found an in- strument of fine of concluded HP is your you like keep But estly hope that you will have lar election of United States Then let Penrose go the people as I have if he well and shall feel the Scotch on in the Bible that the Lord said there is counting tor SUFFRAGE QUESTION A At Coolville Camp Meeting on Of Ihr CONFERS WITH CAMPBELL McAdoo I. Solid For Aug. vice chairman national ind acting spent a m but he saw 01 the made die in the pro campaign WTS one of at hand men SUN ON HIS WAY 8c Given Ample Police at i suffrage loomed larse at the camp meet ing Attorney of the Columbus no small of his ad- dress to stating that women should be given ihe protect their and copious illustrations of- the of women and children as the of political which come under in the juvenile Mrs. C. oi on for an hour nd a the justice and progress of the movement ins grown by ley us and of all political Reining it the part of wisdom to quare themselves OJA the women It Is more con- and that the world than any oilier So far the is only that gone on record am be ins opposed to woman speakers received the closest lion was to be but in his F. of Columbus Mr. Bale is cuting at the juvenile court in He spoke at several of the to the proposed and the and woman Mr. said state the iias such a clause in its as proposal number 1G1. should tha become a part ot the jaw of the Under suci f. the temperance of state would not have op I to work as have 1. the of further terii fory would be A political machine would he buil those who have the power te since under a proposal only one saloon foi 500 inhabitant's is ant order that they may be granted friends of those who have hat power will use every means in er that this power may be which is located in the model state ot single spent lo help re-elect a judge who had the power to license a saloon Which friend and who might have lost bis license if another judge had been case the license proposal is the only hope temperance ple have is the ot the tive and referendum and should that wait may be which cannot be twenty years who are opposed to are the authors and promo ters ol number 10 which re is U lias iho LONG STRIKE STILL ON NEAR IRONTON to home rule for cities They hope by this means to do away with the Hose local option law and to give titles in counties the right to determine for themselves whether or they will ot places of vice and are without op- posed to woman They say woman's sphere is the home and she should stay that the host argument in favor of she is a house tr by profession and these who op- pose her with man as re- are their j need the address Mr. an- asked by the audience of the several proposed in Fine Health Company L Com- s ol o A PRICE TWO SENATOR PENROSE tis Fund lull Collection of ate Bills Secured by President Ellis for O. interesting and valuable ad- nisi u s In n inj well hospital ci ipu il m Jl ol 11, ot Neu 1 1M 1 tuu b. t j bt i ol s and taken to the at b he This ihe ol i ami has oped dm in 0 of tin hinted 1 ar ioi the in v f lie Mill one ol ihe lie city Camp whole tie has bt eu at and will ne it I un ions u Js to UJ HEAR OF A Penrose Declares Perkins Raised For CELEBRATED 81ST. was made to tlie Ohio tered n W today United States Diriment fn the a hill of bills special t by the during the i 1 's The collection l b d Vil through bi President 3His. who some tiine learned that institutions could secure upon the and ir dress upon taKe This the hills came and S l it j and the hey form a complete set of all j at c the for currency by the I 1he States of Tne in Ol lland to the fifty fifty The letter accompanied the ills was nd an excerpt such specimens of n l y ivi IK Todin tej etto buid were up fol the last Thp one notes in of the lat disposition will ho made of value to the of your institution and and Ihe puj Some ol the Uie woods beyond maneuvers and Tue la in Li Many Friends Visit Mr. and Mrs. Burley Who Have Been Married 59 0. About 90 ol tlie and neighbors ot Mr. Kll Bin ley assembled near to his Sin Tlie by Mr arid Mrs. at lo and after and talking over ant and the couple upon dinner wan Of all and things of the farm USED TO CONTROL CONVENTION Continues Attack on For President by to 8how That Back of Movement to Dominate Republican Party at Con- of Acti at o attack on Senator i barged that a fund had Perking and the of at In knew when thin That the con- by the Standard OH conf bad and could be of i by to that the letter the payment to Ort 13, 1304. Can tbm the paid by the Standard oil on or to 4am of i that it paid about that d fore want to Mr. ttw aay to tte of an It appears in the This was the Mr. quoted letter of 1'resident of the Ohio United delegates tne and Lawrence miners and the met today in an effort to settle a strike lias been in force tor 22 00 miners a for pick mining the The a KM but a compromise at UNCLE SAM MAD of Americans In gua Arouses Aug. Killing of by rebel forees in after beep and com It s Wu I be tlie is and well ed n 7lllTi 0, the eiv be examples ot 01 and t0 i L f i Led His Arrest on Charge T A R on fhc hUeel fo day roun b ol would ihe of then sri u T Tlie fact 01 rf 1' the i ami lo he oi tne of Torturing and Kili in IT die in man v 1 veto Fob hence Haw Ibea goldi n an i no than nine iud uir to to the They and on 1 d on Tno J the of a re- port made to Humane A. C. Roach swore out a in court of lool iry REGULAR SERVICES WILL BE RESUMED worn Ueo i t lor i dime him v -t Match Declared Off. of Sr TWO BY FALLING SLATE both and near were caught by a i fall of slate fn New 1C late aud 7ilr. re two ribs on his head which required several stitches -o He not be re- moved to his home for several Mr. received injuries to his and and Coon will bv the care of a physician for some with and was arrested by arraigned Morn fior for the of niters ir i Fron h and of the a of ion s ol If n 11 uki -i food r Uvular be d U M K on Sund t' of wul irn It and I mi i amp mr i fing in IR on ol Ibii M iv i ii ii IK K n d by the posts ins the MENA IN THE TOILS i Leader of by Federal A of of of behind his horse to and the STREET CARS STOP a rff tiie from by j in. I dragged for is jcn his the hair ir I it. is claimed I j. T toM mind their hisi j. t I in oi Ie I- en The way aw Ihe ww by j ll 1'cns'i) j. o be- home Notice to New New 23. August a surprise be here for tlie invalid sen of All are invited to attend and bring a basket dinners Tl will DP ft m to the affair from i; it an possibly be Frank from Akron serving foar 5'oar.s at re- few he walked i erry of his and was to that one he did all not Deer for FOR MR. GRASS HOP rl nF i 2j hop n r t tl i car ami l H m or rt At of .In m c 11 4' ii tins cttv mil 11 v I'D 'n 1 tin uli lo it n t t ub 1 p First ami it of pers became nr a and ihe cars could proceed no Conductors and several rods before could was there sach of grasshoppers People were the MUTINEERS TO HANG ne residents I State School for the i of if would streets and a. case of I were to prevent the from effecting an en- Mikes Short t I Work of i 1: -i tint i rl 11 m mp T r p i i j f i u ic i tu in ae f fi in 1 ul t jr i body of is in state ia The the to too Trere or i casket i whore he had been with a of prisoners under Stomach Aug. illness of he had 0 said a. liK n For Mercy Mrs n. of the latest entry bis for cardan this year Mrs. LeFever has raised one tomato w and one vue and she ban nine least of which HI two tiie of Alfred was done to left -i which was too far riti with the 1 tion of Emerson the divorced of Captain Isaac K. this is her third marital .By grasshoppers moving on journey Iho Hot tfl any contribution from the j Oil company and to return if the hud Sent Tea J raid Pennsylvania about a week before It several weeks after both to which j thp payment of to Mr. Bliss and the of quest for a further amount oC noo spent it on and In the Mr that his mation that the had b spent and could not thai the letter was written with fall knowledge tbat money drawn fn to a further by Mr Mr. said that did not know ot anv sum ot mono was contributed to Republican committee In uas should like to to of ihe said Mr Perkins had wounded in the of his ter that nas indicted for thn of the funds of widows and orphans interested in life Insurance and was acquitted on 9, the funds being applied to 1 purposes according to Tii applied In tbq i of that thf the Morgan interests Roosevelt at this J understand the senator to for to the expenditure In the recent primary election for nomination president Senator have replied If the senator ban any to it Says would be very glad to advise said is quite a lot of to the that some was by Mr. Parkins his to nominate Mr. velt for for thair own sonal I that will those having proof will endeavor to submit It to proper of tlie thf proper The was plainly startled a4 this 'The largest in thai of the States for nomination wiis raised for at too last added f a nomination by waat
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