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Athens Daily Messenger, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1912, Athens, Ohio Not many employers will talk, with work- hunters who -.can not be Jk reached thru want advertis- ing in this city this week, Jk WEATHER SNDlCATIONeV Pair in north: unsettled in south tonight and Thursday. No change in temperature. THE HOME PAPER OF ATHENS AND ATHENS COUNTY, OHIO. VOX, 31 ATHENS, OHIOt WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1912 PRICE TWO CENTS BARRED FROM POLITICS Premier Coaxes From Dowager Empress, BLOODY CONFLICT 10 FOLLOW Faith In Ability to Hold Country' North of River, Where Sentiment Strongly Present Dynasty Bitterly Opposed to Action of Shanghai and Southern 1 Republicans. Peking Jan. a na- 1 tional convention which would settle the future form of government for China b aa. vanished and: civil war, which means the country's destiny must worked out 'in blood, As impend- ing. This unhappy outcome of four. weeks' negotiations between'the gov- ernment and-the republicans is im- mediately due to Premier Yuan Shih Kai'c determination to-'- support the monarchical and .there is no reason for suggesting that: hie de- cision is due to other i causes than rPphonest r-omittion. '4t The premier, after obtaining 800 000 from the dowager empress to -V carry on .the war, notified .all .the- for- eign legations of this intention,
foim of govffument is'. what is known as the cabinet form the business executive power beins lodged in the mayor apixiint- eeg; the directors, and is designed to tecate power in the jnayor, and bold him responsible for- the or bad government of the city, and at every election the voters decide the policy of the city government by the. election of the ROAD SCHOOLS Wil! Be Conducted in Ev-ry County of the State. Cclumbus, Ohio, Dec. Schools for instruction of highway officials j be held in every county in the State witbm the next three months u-ith engineers of the State Highway opu.o.1 election, Attorney t'ure. The '-yield''o'f eorn per at tnc ond of 15 years' continu- CHEER MENTION OF eral Hogaii :-held that these state-' g clllture without manure on the ments .were-not required.' I e hantj a jjkc period of rota- tion cropping with phosphated ma-' j mire. j A comparison of different feeds, 'including for fattening pigs. Siliiir Feeding pigs in dry lots and on soy- iinillC bean and rape pasture how to save (the corn aa'd at the same time make [more and cheaper pork. 1 Kations and the 'quantity of feed required to make a I pound of grain. Variation in egg yields from lienE of the same age and laying T.'S eggs her first year and another only Columbus, O., -Tan. jjany specimens of troublesome ous music for the spectators, much to the discomi'ort of nearby residents. Judge McCracken began his work yesterday morning and will ilnish to- day. He saved the large class of. 110 "Rhode Island Reds for the last and will finish them up today. The Rock family was tho Hrst va- riety to pass under the inspection of Judge McCracken. There were 62 entries in the Barred Bock class alone and good representative exhib its in other strains this popular breed. The following awards have been made: Barred Plymouth Russell Herrold, 1 and 2 pen; cockerel. 1, 2, 3, and 4 pulletk D. J. Lewis, 1 cock; 2 cockerel. 5. L. David, 2 cock; 3 cockerel 2 hen; 4 pen. 'f Homer Higgins, 1 Monroe Higgins, 3 cocfc C. W. 4 lieu. Mr. HY. ,L. Baker, 3 pen. White Rocki. Harley Reeves, 1 cock; 1 and cockerel; 1 hen, 2' pullet; 1 pen. William Simon, 2-cock; 2 cockerel 2, and 4 hen; i pullet; 1 pen. Buff Rocktt. Sixty Democrats Take Whack at Harmon, Department as instructors. The meetings, arc heiA. under the provis- Raiiy at New Marshfield. Xew .fan. A and farmers' rally will be held at this plare on Saturday, January 33- All sin i ounding schools have .teen invited to join in ttiis meeting. will be both state and local :on the program. ions of the McGuire law, which makes the State Highway Commissioner chief" instructor. Commissioner Marker has been inv proving spare time by going ovp? auestions with his department heads and preparing for 'he instruction work.' Tnder the law the Commis- sioner has .authority to direct the Commissioners of each county to call together ap Voad officials of the coun- ty and'towfehips trustees for the pur- pose of receiving instruction. Their expenses are to be paid by the county together with a per diem allowance for the officials who attend. p gutp Print The road school will begin next week. Berry Maynard, 1 cockerel; 1 hen j. 2, 'A and 4 pullet; 1 pen. Ts'o com petition. Silver Penciled Rocks. A. S. 2 3 and 4 pullet; 1 pen. T. ar. Pickering, 2 and 3 cockerel. Silver Laced Wyandottes. I. C. l-xjng, 1 cock; 1 hen: 1. 2 an pullet; 1 pen. Golden Wyandott-ii. C. Brown, 1 hen. White Wyandottes. This is a class of strong competi- moved, U and has for a7 lopf time a special of men t in building case smoerats. ropresoiaini; most of which the w re TO organize opposition to the Thft sorts Petno Ol be re iveeds of the of ear corn, presidential aspirarions of Governor sho.vjrl.; how to distinguish the new Harmon, but refused to rap the gov- crnor excejit by inference- "They did po-son jvv wiih not indorae any presidentia', candi- treatment, showing how date, but tlin mention o, orf.hrlrds tnat bcen (.ondemn Bryan's name by several Ol the or- ]jave been ators drew great, applause. a per ami Harmon men say that leadms par-j 11 111. insects pests, showing how to dis- tion and S. Johnson was the big- gest winner, as follows; 2 and. 3 cock, 1 and 4 cockerel; 1 and -3 hen; 2 and 4 pullet; 1 and 3 pen. D. Parson Jones, 1 cock; 2 and -1 hen; 1 pullet; 2 pen. Phiiip Zenner, -1 cock: 3 ecckercl. W. A. Shaw, pullet; -t pen. Buff Wyar.dottes. F. B. Carty, 1, 2, and cockerel: I, 2. 3, and -1 pullett; 1 pen. V. Danford, 1, 2, 3. and -1 hen. DEFECTIVE FLUE -Inr this ;he Veeders have _ natters pertaining to MlleJi may not be called a witnesa t is became the stand may not be if all the fucti he can tell art, brouglit oot by- other witneciew. He waa in court for the first _ r jz. ButUr EMmlnatton. Attorney examinatioa of from the that'tlMliHlt two jneetinf IB the CouMfrm The ai of orf big office bnildtoK- also offered in evidence a ten on a typewriter, and OB copy, which waa_ .read to the letter ia to be copy if written br old to different in pool. For fte flrtt time "martm" exprcmpca in. That waa1 centa hundred. The government eontenda tbat thM margin figure a4ued pernnn- dreslweight to the known to all of in the respective cost price being: known, tt mwuat onlr to add or subtract that margin, and the; then would Hare eelllng price common to all representittf the Interest Ia the cue whetted te> the keen edge when the, for the two cidec met in the chaaa- btrs of Judge Carpenter and tried arrange agreement whereby the of the National Packing eompany and of other forested comld be examined by government. Many made. It to'. likely that the boolw desired will be displayed in the pres- ence ot some 'disinterested Chillicot-he. treasure nrst vice Drysr Retain Canal Cana! Winchester. O.. Jan. a vote of tlfi to DS. t'li-s village de- cided in a. Bea! law election to re- main dry. of Hamilu editor of the Wavf-rly Democrat, sec-! Caused Slight Biaze at V. Daggett Home This Afternoon. The fire department was called the V. Daggett home on Ea State street, at 2 o'clock this after- noon by a blaze which originated in Showing how nearly S400 worth of the roof from a defective flue. For present: i so treated as fo triple its durability the soil. oiul vice president. The conference adopted the nanipj-- of tho Ohio Demor-ratic Showing the wrons method of trefr league, and 'declared nfTiiiaie-l j method to be avoided.- timber may oe grown on an acre in.a time it seemed as though the con 'liagration would be serious, but when with the National (Continued on Page Two.) a stream ot water was thrown on the roof, the danger was soon over. The Pemo Showing the value of a ton of ma-jdamage (o thr- house by fire was verj lire may be brought up to nearly slight but some of the contents were I live dollars. 4 damaged to some extent by water. rathor than -be turned to the government's entirely NAGBL Secretarj' of Interior Control of Washington, Jan. S. breaking up of large into a number; of separate no means settles the trust says Secretary Xagel the ment of and labor. In annual report transmitetd dent Taft. Secretary Nagel tliat tlM_. Sherman law has been an effective statute beyond all doatot, and that a degree of eossbinattoa Capital is quite but adds that the supreaw cltionn in StaBdard
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