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   Athens Daily Messenger, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1912, Athens, Ohio                                r iv rsapariila all blood humors, all iptions, clears the complex- creates an appetite, "aids digestion, relieves that tired reeling, gives vigor and vim, Get It toaa> in usual liquid form or chocolated 'tabletscaiied Sarsatabs. Harry -G. Bartlett, of here over Sundav. Co iu rub us, Mr. Lyle "G'Dell has been on a bus- iness trip to Columbus. Mr. Alec Johnson visited his moth er iu Gloustei yesterday Mr.-Lee Wood has .returned from a visit _to his home m ti. Mr jjuac Betnei was tiie guest oi friends in Columbus last E G Coirell, of Chillicotbe, speul the Hplidajs with his familj here. 3Iiss Grace James was the guest ot Kelsons ille yesterday. PRINCIPLE, NO MEN INOO '5 HOME PAPER OF ATHENS AND Ohio Progress! TUESDAY Trustees; snd School Eoarc terday and Organic Th  where he w sevetal wee.ts. Mrs. Wi febin him later. Mane Bean, of Xelbon jled the Athenian dance las and is the guest'of Mr S Bethel. i-s S Lc McCune arrived f Lnnati, Sunday for a? visit w She McCune a already" here. Lincoln i Feb r> valentines nosdtvv, Fcb 14 a'fc B i r t Thdisday, Feb 2-' Si Palncks laich 17 -Apul Foci's ,tonday 1 I SuJaay, A.JaI 7 Mav I May r of Glouster-j _was of Miss Xelle Bean ot Saturday. ss Mary Laughlm ijeturned S a. evening from Cfaillitothe, ispent wth her ndaughter-ih-Jaw. f i r. George "Kaler-has returned Arbor" MicfcT after two we "with Mr. Isaac Eddy, cu Trimble, spen New Jfear's Day his son Mr. B F. Eddy. Mr. and Mrs Hull Foster, jr., have returned from a with relative? to Columbus Miss Elizabeth-Musgrave is bad; from a visit with her mother Clarksburg, Va ISF Kathryn'Leach, returned to ibus Sunday evening: after ha fspt tbe Holidays twith. her mo u sisters taftSis city, Miss Helen Froth, McDougall. JMrs Ed .Mills were -the former's parents, aird_Mrs W A Mills. of Charleston Mrs Mr frs. H.- .Thomas and chil ix returned, to "Marietta after rfiiday visit with- her father, Ullom, and Jier sisterc. JD. T. Evans JS'in Col "Mr. Denser Gibhs aiid Mr licKinley, of Jacksonville, were Ath 4tis visitors jesterdaj. Carl Jewett and mother, Mrs. Six of have been the guests of Mrs. Laverty Mr. Clifton Spencer, of 'Nelsons ille apent Sunday and Mondaj Jiere the guest of Mr. Mac Bethel. Airs Abbie Shrj, of Zaieski is -vis- iting her Mrs. C. S. Xewsous and Mrs Charles Bower Social callers in Sundaj ,Ir. lighter, returned' Jtrom Miss Helen who v.itmg her Miss Qmn and has retaimevd toher Carl Gross, Vance Dajton Qmbridge. Mr. Lonng Hall has rerun: sanool in the nonhern part State, after speniling his mth Tns parents, Mr. and acder Hall. Miss Laura Hastings has to her school -work in Zanea ter spending her vacation, h her sisters, Miss Addie and lie Hastings Columbus 12 Thanksgn i dav, Xov 2! OJii istmas, IVednes ;Not be Thirsty -cted iily of II, the _ (drys il-3" vot ti lieid Tindei come was a vil- irom me s mo.t mm Black and ruece Miss "Martha Davis have returned from a visit with relatives in Logan. Miss Nina Bethel returned home to- day. after a weeks with Eloise AValtermire, of FJndlay. Marv James and Miss Delia rise though iuanviUze: ihat ll.e The total 'e_. Alban Rilev, tie engineering" connt of ta raflroed, _ Md., McDamels spent Kew Year's IF and Jlis. Ed Antle in Trimble. JU Sam Sommer spent Sunday and Monday in Cincinnati with. Mrs, Som- mer, who js visiting relatives there. Miss Chloe Stictaiey; of------ guest homfr of Mr. E. cf' SOOTHERN HOTEL s, Ohio and His: joiumbus today school work, after catioa with their Mr. and llrs. Myron returned Sttnc m the T jontr ct.52) iwas ever p j county weni jvcled drj by stlie total M eral census a for about -v election xceiJij member N iikor who ro anil 11 as made ward. T. B. Yore ms.lj .are the new mombers elected aie Pe u Tdg a'ns and C. P. Oxlej made president Tile school board second Saturday of the trustees on HIS PHI __j By Marketing tifest Load of Athens Ever Bro Oernaod That Gfsinese Princes Sorrender Fortunes, re Mr Ed an B" e ytraticno of tiee -outhern part ot -upresenting the jnent oc the sta1 ceutly giving ac ens on what c> raising aurt prrt market in temenibeied th detnon- %PI the Hty, wasrje Eou in Ath- cs lor" the it will be lias cou- pies oau be- as am place o' ii be all the- good ap- county than He iiira a T ag- on load of orchard in Carthage tofrteet here-. Tbe apples were iilaced iis DECLARE FOB THE Tiiey Are Not In Sympathy-With Rebellion, bu't That They Quit Jobs Unless Money to Pay Ex- penses of War Is Quickly Forth- at Wu Chang Dis- regard Peace Conference and Re- new Attack on Hankow. Peking, Ian. 2 of rhe iiement of Premier Tuan mveiilied. Ji HOW Uiat he ias i memorial signeci bv all the ommanding oflicers of uie northm-n mjjei-jal aims UemauiJiny the suueu Ter of tie -wist wealth of the i nobles m otdoi to enable the to continue tho war Tnfa me- inrial, H is, saad, Yuan prefent tno dowager emnress and tile oilipi niembei-. of fie impeiwJ clan ar the palaces toilaj. The inemonal in effc; t thut the commanders and solOaerb do not want a lepubhc. They aie prepared to sacnflre (hi ir Ihes tor tiie mon- aichy and the least the TWO CLASSES if Ohio University .Planning F ions at 1912 Commencement. Ac a meeting; labt Saturday of the local members of the class of 01 tho Ohio university, it was decided to hold a reunion of the class i at the of commencement and tho initial stops toward this, reunion r then Antony the local} members-of this class are P. .W. Bush, 1! Law nice, and .Miss Carrio Aia- Dr. Scott, fornipr president of university and of Ohio State, is mak- ing arrangements vo bold a. rouniou oi the on commenee- nt J Mpciayton is tl'e only local mwnbei ot this claas, o' whlcii snly iour membi rs are living. Hosbands of Confessed Murder- ess Died Suddenly, SON m DAUGHTER HELD Wiil Rebujld Property. Washington C IT., Jan 2.-Work wl'l be- begun as soon as thf> wenti-er PeuniU In lebmldiug p.ut of the Unsi- ntis secuon of the ciiy debtioyed by lite Satin day night an esrlniated loss of of which about 000 was coveted by insurance THE MEETING PUCE Mary Godauj Whp Kill- ing Her and Dumping Body Jn Pond; Was Charged With Killing Last Hiwband to Insur- ance, but Was (Ala.) Police, Find Bloody Clothes Beneath Home of Mobile, Ala., Jan. occupy- ing: a separate cell, Mrs. Mary T, Goaau, her son, Willie" tSraen, and daughter, Theresa-Virginia serleben, are confined- iij the" jail, charged with murder, being Fred Wasserlebeh, huaband of the latter, and for some a mem- Dr.H. W. ElsonWill go bushel boxes better cof- ored or better 'jlapple was an. ordinary about three sr seen. orchard ypars ago a; sulujTe aud his or- chards the the counh-y iide Xo seiifai. and caie lAlly graded his fhe highest Ap- ples will anywhojp. because cared fee do is to the money to save UIL throne If they refuse the me- mo-mi says, tljev muibt be as tiaitotb The teport adds that if Xuan SMh Kai is unable to move- the dowager and the nimces to fe'ive this money, tlic pommaadei's forth-n ith Hope that the a: nusth e betveen imperialists and lopubhcans bo prolonged r.as when Uie rebels at AVu ia tlirrt neighborhooj t aFaiu fiercrfy kei' tiie royal forces r.i Hnn-' ana Ban Yang It Is probable that the iirst troops, I o attack ivt-re not av.are of the recent negotiations for peace and a national convention -These descended tiie nvfr m boats and began an assault on Han j'ang and the othe them republican -_ UtJIjO-UTt; r Tir font the a AS anr! thp atid tts out- growerG [to the Eg and eood eveo- farm er in the couiy-- do. 111 Thej were acco by Mrs. Evans' ot JFiv Verne IA Itoy, the" guest of his }a Mrs. B. R. iysf- has returned to D, where he- is a pr State the of WM. -Hi 'MpSELEY SONS New Mtake a special "effort f traveling public offenrffl the greatest value titjU.CO rooms of any hotel m tKe middte west. R. DOWNEY, --ALSO- otel CollinEWOod Herald Square. -EUROPEAN PLAN. I Rooms and Bath Per Day, S6TH-H. ot Vne rfiices iof house is Bar- sub- Sheriff and ciim Elian '____ Tafc He was one of thet zens of Bedford county, and FJora, Mr. and ville-. spent 8 ents, Marshal 4 Mr. and as their recen Hart and tw ter Mrs. sisters. Seal law. i i ilfi' onfrtil' I election, w; Wat [ami had all of the j Chatmce Athens co HTV !1 illage in Oils fact. Gardner fines m It that he navor to Octooer 28, ret by a "ina- larecst that JVhen the Chauncey of S9, and e last fed- ?y to have saloon -several years tbe to.viJ l flry" under ihe of me jast township Xvent for the r-eeks ago signers, .thus scene ot oseeutions of of the Rose ast .hat as tiie to keep the isuni- iice on duty bi not riiscvss no stfias ;ioi atracted throiigh ch. for him- [AS AS PEACE After Sevice of Nearly Hal Cfitury In Two General LJ Yuan Hqng, on heaiing of the fighting, ordered the leptsbh- can lo witadiaw and ihe fli ipg for some time ceased It however, and continued inter all day. definite has been learned as to the results oi the fighting, but reports from mi psnalist source-s say the attacks were unsuccessful report r say that the imperialists at Hankow had placed their ammunition en trains and were preparing lo quil when the fighting was reopened. Sun Yat Sen Takes Oath, Shanghai, Jan Sun Vat Sen as installed as pnnisionai presi- dent of the republic of China at Nan- Constitutional Conven- tion Next Week H. Elson, delegate from this county to the constitutional con- vention, Avhich IB to open Tnes day iu Columbus, has not been con- vinced that borne other city is more a place for holding the ses- faionsj of the convention, although Cincinnati and Cleveland are to convince ths that "the meeting should fat For one thing, ihe state fumishea the delegates mileage to and. from Lbeir homes once it week arid Cessions wero held in Cincinnati the expenses respect" -would" be uccord-'nsjy srestor. since Columbus IB centrally located. .Another argu rnent in favor of Coiumhut, Is that air of the state records and libraries are located in Columbus. Dr. Bison would not or pose a change to some other city later in the sessions it continue for some months, but favors Columbuff for the first few months and thinks that tho Uie contention be completed in 'Squire LHIC, a after n.iving neen ju-tee of ihe peace in this county for bout 45 years, about half of this hating oeea justice in this f 'y. Xfr. IjOgan came to Ath- ens lexander towrisl! he van jii.ee of tho peace a and ind trustee lor ;rsdi one oi isi the j besides.Tl6fnlar ,ed jsevera! bundreti m jafes His court has, as one of ow tnat ne jS in spnt for nd .Tonnson the county and ins re- L'J be asa.ti be a of Mrs. of a former teacher In the lie schools, is the. guest of I Vest of [on-time d  far WPSJ 10 ago. He was located ;orers of J lie in Jiontana arid was for years in the cattle business in and near Lincoln. Tie was operating a hotel in Raders- burg, Mont., at the time of his death. >ume him ISeptember 7n "fTvor'of8 voiglr nommep on meisoi -n __ P of Horn, Lcland otnl ;tjv! Mrs. Eirce Bean, of vhis sister or the deceased. city, is a tt, are orn T, il! haif Xauo.irl in the I a icceivod arc Jan." 1 offices Rev. L. M. Baker, formerly pastor of the Ainei s circuit, bu' now located Lancaster, ?pt-nt Suudav with Mrs.. Rosa Hill and family o' South Con- street. Rev. Baker was on his !j- to The Plains, he will as- Bank builo-'111 "T" Roaa. build imeetlJ5 sist Rev. C. G. SteWirt. Jt-ns; a sdnts e that place f revival Libcr.a Gets Nty loniova, n iel republic on j Arthur. Barelak Columbus, O., Jan. 2, In letters sent out from the headquarters of th-e Ohio Manufacturers' association the adoption of tbe following rule is recommended- f usa of intoxicants by em- plojes -wfi.'Ie on duty ib prohibited. Their habitual use, or tbe frequent- ing of places >vhere tl'ej arn '-old, ig sufficient cause for dismissal." One- of" the chief reasons under: ing the movement is the enactment of the employers' liability measure. The manuraetuiers'asswiation fought for this aft, but Umy believe that they themselves shall be aidel in the movement .to reduce accidents. In part the letter says: "It is ad- mitted by all that but a small por- tion of accidents are due solely to the neglect of the employer, in order to further materially decrease? the number of accidents to it rs necessary for the employer to pro- tect his employes from injuries re- sulting from the neglect, carelessness and indifference of others. "Tbe state is taking no steps to provide that the employe in the prevention of, accident0 After telling that German brewers are today cutting- down ailovancesof beer to employes, in order to de- crease the number of accidents, the letter, points out that .the proposed is identical with that adopted by 5 railways, and continues: "If. is that no one wili ac- cuse tiie Taiirocct corporations of en- tertaining any Men. of interfering .with personal liberty or -assisting in any propaganda. Tbe .the Hile solcjy as preven- tion of band was JolJeJ un a vainy night his home ana body fowrf Tjyr life was insured, band. Charles Stein; wwi ly killed, a? the home of wiwwnei hea had .iiiffcrance. V Mrs. murder of her Godau, -wrh'J was ieund deaTHn'Sup-r tember. 1902, near house. Mrs. Godau tried to -Uie on a negro. TM acquit-'J ted. Her husband- was -for and, she gat this a legal light, here from the (Jnarters of tne-Woadmta of.- 3, to e Professor Askt For High Cort of Washington, Jan. satihfac- cordance with a resolution at one of the bi anch meetings American Economic associations licre last Fisher brough dent an i I' Professor VtPLEXION lie univereitv Hickv attention of the p for the srnai commission to rrjvinff. This plan br Senators Smoct of TJtajUns' in pttb'ic lif Tsudist Kills Doctor. Charleston. W. Va. Jan "win O. ThornhiH, a physician was shot and killed Katneid, son of Uie no feudist. Devi! Ansc Hatfield. in drug store at Mnllens. He had fuset! to sign a prescription for Hat- fleid to get liquor. Nsvigation Is Closed, St. Louis. Jan. departure for SfemphiiL of ,'he steamer istacfc- Lee closed navigation for the out of this port. Ice is run- ning heavily in the Mississippi, river. Fcss Is Launched. Boston, -Tan. boom for Gor- ernor Foss for president was launch- ed by the Democratic state commit- tee at its annual meeting. Child Dies From Burns. Chi'licotho. O., Jan. Failing ft tub of hot vatei, fir year-cm son of Mr. and Mn. Mfler vas scaicied to dcatli. A:   

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