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   Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - May 13, 1903, Xenia, Ohio                                XENIA DAHtf GAZETTE WEDNESDAY MAT t3 WB THE mm PROPERTUB n HOT THE mm CIS HID THEIR HUE STRWC EVIDENCE Of FAITHj JJ Geo Gailowiy Guarantees that Hyomei Will Cure the Worst Case of Catarrh j in Xenia i BE E OF THE DENGS The berine bank of the Miami and Erie canal in Cincinnati be tween Brown and Mohawk streets is in possession of private individ uals and corporations who never pay a cent of rent to the state The ground occupied extends for a distance of half a mile and being in the business district of Cincin nati is of great value Among the concerns occupying the states land without any color of Title it is claimed is the Belleview Brewing company one of the great Cincin nati breweries Suit has been commenced by the attorney general to recover proper ty at Mohawk street and the case is understood to be a test one According to information received at the office of the state board of public works there seems to be no doubt as to the states right the property occupied being all of the berme bank of the canal The state board has recently been constructing a retaining wall j along the canal and so great was the encroachment that the walls of j some buildings had to be removed before the retaining wall could be erected If the property should be recovered as seems probable a ren tal of thousands of dollars annually i will be received by the state from the Encroachment on canal property is not an unusual thing but the rule all over the state It seems to tie the practice for railways electric and otherwise to encroach on the states property when ever an opportunity occurs The canal commissioners are kept busy keeping track of these tres passers The case in Montgomery county where the Cincinnati Bay ton and Toledo railway company occupied a strip of land 8300 feet long on the canal bank is likely to be followed by the discovery of numerous other like cases of tres pass between Cincinnati and Day ton Canal Commissioner Wickoff said Monday that the commission would send Mir E E Barton to inspect the entire line of the com pany He will begin at Cincin nati and will make a note of every encroachment on the bank of the canal Clean old newspapers 5c a package at this office Cin Cora note with pleasure that the home for the blind was auspiciously opened j last Friday It is a beautiful char jity one that yaunteth not itself and is not puffed up And that is j a distinction worth noting in these days for there are charities which I seem to be run largely for the bene I fit of those who need no help or j in other words for the benefit ef i those in charge I It seems appropriate that this j new home should be the old home j of two characters like the Gary sis i ters sweet and gentle in all their ways and undoubtedly charitable Mayhap their spirits hovered near for had they been in life no ap proval would have been more hearty thau theirs The Misses Trader deserve great praise for their work in connection with the establishment of this beautiful little home for the blind I have a strong impression that it will never want for hearty assist ance because it will be conducted economically and in love for the work The institutions of that sort have no trouble in securing money endowed or not endowed PASTOR MUST TAKE CHANCES Missouri Court Says Congrega tion Is Not Liable For Back Salary Kansas City May west ern Missouri Court of Appeals de cided today that a member of the church congregation is not liable in law for the payment of the pastors salary and that a minister of the gospel must depend upon the good consciences of the members of his flock for his pay and has no legal hold upon them for it This Jie cision was made in the suit brought by Rev J H Riffe against the congregation of the Jirst Baptist church of Monroe City Rev Mr Riffe was engaged at a salary of a year but wasnotjpaid that nmch so He sued for tfce balance The clergyman won his case in the trial court but the court of Appeals reversed the judgment Get Kodaks at Gazette office When one of the most reputable concerns in Xenia guarantees that a medicine will effect a cure or it i will return the money it speaks j volumes as to the meiits of that remedy It is in this way that Geo Galloway corner Main and Green Sts is selling flyoniei the treatment that has made so many remarkable cures of both acute land chronic cases of catarrh in I Xenia and vicinity flyomei is not a pill nor is it a i liquid that has to be taken with a tablespoon or wineglass Just j breathe it in by the aid of an in haler that comes in every outfit and benefit will be seen from the first treatment It destroys all germ life in the i air passages and lungs and en riches and purifies the blood with additional ozone It cures catarrh of the head and throat or of the stomach liver and kidneys j Wherever mucous membrane con i tains catarrhal germs there Hy oniei will do its work of healing When using this treatment the air you breathe will be found like that on the mountain high above the sea level where grow balsamic trees and plants which make the air pure by giving off volatile an tiseptic fragrance that is healing to the respiratoy organs Remember that if Jlyomei does not cure you Geo Galloway will refund your money This is a good time to cure catarrh by this nat ural method and prevent colds that are so common at this season i She was a dear quaint old lady whose days were full of kindness j and whose hands were seldom idle She was showing some treasurer iof handiwork and among other i tilins brought out a soft silken daintily stitched and j exdaiuie i at its beauty and i People Who Lack the P oper Quantity and Blood Fall Victims to Every Disease Thats Prevalent of DR A W CHASE NERVE PILLS By Their Power to Make Good Rick Befl Oiy 5f n iy Blood Insures the Proper Sonr islriiu oi Every Tissue Every Organ in the Body and an Absolute Immunity firomDisease resident Eliot Says the Edu cated Class Does Not Repro duce Itself The declaration of President t of Harvard University some ihree months ago that education ends to the production of a condi ion in which the educated class Loes not reproduce itself has ted 6 careful investigation by eminent psychologists and in every investi gation the statement of President Eliot has been confirmed President Eliots assertion was that college inen failed to reprodu themselves falling28 per cent short of it Other investigations show that only about onehalf of the Ameri can girls who graduate from col leges marry and in one instance that is npwa matter of statistical record one child was the net pro duction in fourteen years of a class of 26 women graduates from Bryn Mawr College of whom mar ried This was the class of 89 Strangely contrasting with this it is pointed out are tfce Government statistics which show that nine out of every ten average American wo men and in aver age of 47 children bad been born to each wife tUMBERTQN i We I then began slowly to its j component parts j I Why auntie yon did mikei I this whole pretty 3 out of just those odds und feilk i you were gathering j She nodded and laugned I There are bits enongti in the world child to make almost any thing we want if only we are will ing to save the bits and take pains to put them together she said The reason for most of our do ingswithout is that we want our material all in one and yards of tbat we can lay what pattern and eiir ir out easily But it doesnt eorn that way usually Strength leis ure money seldom get any of them in the lengths we want but putting the bits together will work wonders if only we learn how to do it Slumber robe Is that the new name for this kind of quilt Well the happiness robe is made in the same way out of the bright littlf odds and ends which come to n A Little Early Riser Now and then at bedtime will cure constipation biliousness and liver troubles DeWitts Little Early Risers are the famous little pills that cure by arousing the se cretions moving the bowels gently yet effectually and giving such tone and strength to the glands of the stomach and liver that the cause of the trouble is removed en tirely and if their use is continued for a few days there will be no re turn of the complaint Sold by Flemings Drug Store FOR THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR We make a specialty of fine footwear lor men women children The newest creations can always be found at this store atpricesto suit the buyer We call special onr mens and womens Shoes In all leathers at and 50 Erasers Shoe Store If you wish beautiful clear wbile use Red Cross Ball Blue Large 2 oz pa kss 5 cents Are to indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when it was simple indigestion It is a scien tific fact that aU cases of heart dis ease not organic are not only trace able to but are the direct result of Indigestion All food taken into the stomach which fails of perfect diges tion ferments and swells the stomach puffing it up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and In fee course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased A Good Strong Fence Is what every man de lights to have around his property particularly the farmer and as this is a good time to fix up your fence we call your atten tion to the quality of lum ber we handle for this par ticular purpose The price too is what will catch you Call and see us and get prices before purchasing lumber of any kind The blood is the medium through which every tissue every organ is supplied with the material it feeds upon and rebuilds itself with Take away that nourishment by letting the blood run down in quan tity and quality and you take away the power of an organ or tissue to resapply the waste or rebuild itself In other words the system starves color appetite steadiness energy vigor vitality all are lost and a condition of mental and physical prostration sets in This condition the Dr A W Chase Pills positive ly cure by their power to manufac ture good rich nutritious oxygen carrying Wood a blood that carries to every organ the very material it lives and thrives upon Miss Elsa Faiser of No 43 Main St Oneonta K Yv says Last summer I was in bad run down in appetite and poor digestion I did not sleep well and felt tired and languid all day I was pale and the circu lation was poor I doctored all summer with no improvement Seeing Dr A W Chases Nerve Pills recommended I got a box and them and they thoroughly cured no more dnllnate or headaches sleep sound and refresh ANERVETOMC NEVER EQUSLED Ttas SfiAPEDBoxNo OTHER ing appetite good digestion per fect blood rich circulation good color excellent in fact vigorous and strong in every way I cant speak too highly of the medicine as it certainly is a grand one Mrs James Blackburn of 224 N Galloway St Xenia Osays i was troubled with severe nervous ness sleeplessness indigestion and heart trouble I heard of Dr A Chases Nerve Pills and thought I would try them I got a box of the pills at Flemings drug store and now I am pleased to eay my nerves are steadied I sleep well am not bothered now with indigestion the action of the heart is regular I consider these pills a splendid nerve medicine May 12 1903 Quite a number from this place attended quarterly meeting at Zoar Sunday Mr Jesse Leveck of Jamestown was calling on friends at this place Saturday Miss Anna Shidaker of Wilming ton was the guest of Carrie and i Lelia Oglesfcee Sunday I Mr and Mrs James Holland were j visiting their daughter Mrs John i Schiper last Sabbath I Mr Frank C Bishop and wife of Xenia were visiting at the home of Mrs Conklin last Tuesday Those on the sick list are Nancy Bradshaw Mrs Beaton Ramo Mrs Milton Linkhart and Mr George Bradshaw Mrs Shambaugh and sons of New Burlington were the guests of her sister Mrs Milton Linkhart last Friday Mrs Thos Middleton and Mrs Lewis Middleton of near Xenia were the guests of C P Dunlap last Wednesday Digests What You Eat tortae Nichols of NY After eating my food would distress by roakine my heart palpitate and I would bacotaft Tery weak Finally I got a of Kcidol and it gars me immediate reliefAlter using a few bottles I ani cured Kodol cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders and gives the heart a full free and untram meled action Bottles only Sfca holding 2 the trial size which sells for 50c FLEMINGS DRUGSTORE Flowers Now deck the gardens and fields and spring garments should grace the forms of all whose feelings are in harmony with the season Therefore if you have not as yet procured your Spring outfit leave your order with Kany and select from our superb line of new fabrics such as strike your fancy to be fashioned into clothing of the latest and most stylish vogue KANY THE TAILOR Bewart of and Portrait of Dr W Gkaie oh each box of the genuine For sale by dealers 50c a be or Dr A W Chase Medicine Co 257 Washing oo St Buffalo N Y Quick Arrest j A Giilledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Buctlens Arnica Salve quickly arrested further in flammation and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25c at Flemings Drug Store Dont let the little ones suffer from ecaema or other torturing akin diaetMB No for it Deans Ointment Cant harm mofft dtlicato skin At any drag store W cmta ARE OUOTB18 u s The Great Antitrust TH THIS SXTOIS THX PU1L1C Cents Pound INOTKTO TAIL 20 Cents Saved BAKING POWDER Cnam of Tartar NO AlAJn NO AfinONIA NO KAOLIN NO POISO NOEOOTOBECO ASK TOVB W W GO TO F PJONES CO j FOU f IRSTCLASS GOODS Heating and coking Allen Building Sonth Detroit 8t Xeuia Ohio BH BOX HAY AND STOCK HAGl Ilov i in A Shifclo awl A Hay kutk on At i crlcc i little more for t Watbo Box float IWMT co   

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