Athens Daily Messenger in Athens, Ohio
8 Sep 1915

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8 Sep 1915

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Athens Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - September 8, 1915, Athens, Ohio Page sixth Athens daily messenger. Wednesday september 8, 1915. Yes s. S. S. Is purely vegetable natures Safe blood treatment known for so years As the Best remedy for rheumatism Catarrh scr Fula so ten diseases. 8olenf if Tului be disco re Rod that Tho Forest am Tho hold Are abundance a applied with a exp Rialon of various kinds that for Nash Tho in or Hun to for making to remedy for every 111/find ailment of Tiu Itkind. Medicine made from roots herbs and barks which nature has placed at Tho Dispo Ai of Man Are hotter than of err Mineral mixtures and concoctions. Mineral medicines work Dank Rousky on the delicate parts of Tho system especially the stomach mid bowels by eating of Gie lining membrane producing Fol Rollo dyspepsia Quot lid often entirely ruining the health. S. S. R. 1s guaranteed to be a purely vegetable remedy it. Is made entirely of gentle acting Healing purifying roots herbs and barks pus Messing properties that build up us parts of the system is addition to re. Moving All impurities and to ens from the blood s. S. S. Is a treatment for rheumatism Catarrh scr Fula sores and ricers skin disease contagious blood Poison and All disorders of the blood. It cleanses the entire Tern and its permanent. Get s. S. S. At any drug store. S. S. S. Is a Standard remedy recognized everywhere As the greatest blood antidote Ever discovered. If yours is a Peculiar Case write to s. Ii. S. Co. Atlanta a. Will be aired another pan american conference about to be held. Announcement of Lansing spec us or. Mid mrs. Tom Matthewson Havn returned from a few Days Viii in to Olu Buh. Miss Kathleen lowlife r has return a cd from Columbus where tin san it several Days with relative or. And mrs. N. .1. Jones and a ugh items Ruth and Coni left Friday for their Home in Columbus ending a visit with Kimono Cable and family. Mrs. Vav. Ii. Grady and daughter. Vivian Mac loft Zedta Day for Isonville by after spending several month with relatives Here miss kindle Stu Dan of Salida by h visiting friends in this City. Or. And mrs Harold Meeham and a daughter. Mary Margaret of Glouster were guests of a. K. Medical and family Here Over sunday. Or. And mrs. J. It Howe Lias an their guests Over sunday or. And mrs. Clyde Littler and son of Athens. Mrs. Rue Cook and children mar Aret Aud Orland were the week end Gao is of relatives near a inn. Or. And mrs. Belford Carpenter of Columbus spent sunday and monday Iii tills City with the former a parents or. And mrs k. I Cai pent clog port strict. Mrs. Dave Peter and daughter Virginia and miss Anna Rosser returned Home saturday from a few Days visit Iii Athens with relative. Mrs. Dora Hickman and daughter Mildred left saturday for Cleveland j after spending the Bummer in this City. Miss Hazel Ixia for had us her guest Kuborn pay miss Kuna it Chancey of bin iou Mth. Ilia Catir toy of the Plain mrs. N. J. Collins and daughters Pun Cal civil Frances and Gay and son Adrian to lib residence spent saturday with or. And or Henry Verity of Madison Street. Miss Rhea i loud lot Lins returned from a several weeks visit Iii Newark Aud Columbus. Or. And mrs. Carl Perry and son Kennard returned Friday from a Sev Oral month s visit in Middleport. Figwort la Helper of Akron was a week end gut t of relatives Here. Mrs. La. B. Heck entertained As her guest Friday miss Lucile Kiihnl on of Jackson. Mrs. Bruce Well of it lion spent saturday with her Kotlier mrs. I. J Chapman of i Ort attn t miss Allie Kana spent the week and with relatives at Rockbridge mrs. Will Parry visited her Dougli Ter. Mrs. Leo. Seli Weeke in Toni tin Hitler part of the w eel. Lien James jr., has returned Home from columbian where he dialled his Ulster or. Rex denier. Miss or Are Savage visitor in r noon or mrs. Halt Savage Iii sunday. Mich Gladys putts is spending i in week with her hitch and Amit i and mrs. Henry Baker it Hon tor. Will Baxley visited his Parent Xenia Over sunday or. Aud mrs. Charles Preston guests of or. And mrs. C. To. It Connell sunday. Hurry Wallace of 111 mole City vieting friends Aud n la miss rate i Ai Iii Iii left for her Home Iii Columba pleasant visit with relative mrs. Will hairy nude Lias to Terre haul. Id. Aft i a week with relatives in tills i mrs. A i. Or Rehard spot Days last week in Columba. Or. And mrs. Jesse Shaffer mrs. Cd Aries Krister Iii Bremen. Sen Kate Humphrey Dorothy. And Margaret Johnson return latter part of the week from a visit in Columbus. I Kiel mrs Cecil Shafer arc the proud pan it of a on Horn sunday september fib. Or. Waller Meeham and children have returned from a pleasant visit with relatives Ami friends it Caid Well Edward Brambs Birgh the sixteen year old con of or. Aud or \1 f. of Chestnut Street Pas cd away sunday evening after just a few Day Riner. His death resulted from in Accident which in sustain d it his work in a mine last to div Iii lots were so badly mashed that amputation was necessary and from this Rood poisoning developed which was the immediate cause id Ilia death. Father Mother two Sisters and one blather survive funeral services were held wednesday. Rev Manti of related and interment Vias made at Green ii. Mrs. Jesse beverage har turned from i ii protestant Hospital Iii Columbus slowly improving from a Sev cml weeks illness of typhoid fever. Or. And mrs. I m Riley Anil family Are spending the Wick in petrol Moleli. Ham Keh Mati id Kogan spent Hie Iii of flu week with Nelsonville friends. A Miller Hayden Little daughter of or. And mrs. George Lloyd a jr., died tuesday it heir Home Iii Cleveland at the age of one year and ten months. Remains were brought to Elliis City wednesday and fun Tai Are vices were held Friday it the Home of or. And mrs. George haul to or. On Mason City Hill and interment was made it Greenlawn cemetery. Or. And mrs. Carl Washburn of co Luiu Hus spent sunday in this City w i relative. Thorns Perry an aged and re spelled citizen of Carbon Hill died it the Home of his son. Thomas Perry jr., Friday of complications. Were held sunday at Rev. Chatfield o til elated and interment was made at Carbon Hill cemetery. Three children mrs. Rachael Griffith of Crooksville Thomas Perry of Carbon Hill and Phillip Perry of this City survive. Mrs. Perry s death secured just three months ago or Aud mrs. Waller Keating of Madison Street announce the birth id a daughter monday sept Lith. Or. And mrs. A. C. Davis of Cool Villi with their daughter mrs. C. K. Stout of tills l ily motored to Coloni Lins wednesday i attend the slate a i i. Miss Garnet Saunders has returned from a few Days visit Iii Olum Hus mrs George Seh Wuky and daughter Marian of Kogan spent monday with the former s parents or Aud i Fri i n it of Adams Street. Doth carr.�?T, Aud Villa protest their Leno in o of any connection with the 0aider raids a More mexican bands Cross the Rio Grande and engage americans brisk fighting at several Points. Washington sept. A Meric in conf i Nee probably be held in tween now arum the i. Another pan on Mexico will Washington he Middle of next farm animals sheep kill harmful weeds what roads May be improved week. A noun Cmunt to this effect was made at the state department by Secretary l Ansing following Tho pub petition of the fact that ambassador n Aon plans to return to his country on u i ave of absence ult sept. 15. What the conference will do p As a rubles or Bethel it will take any final action if Carranza s reply to the in an alien in Quot get together Quot Appeal is not in by that time was not i lated by Secretary pausing. It was a id by other officials however that definite Steps would have been taken la a fore this but for tile recurrence of it Finis in connection with the controversy Between hits country and Ger Many on i submarine question. Both Carranza and Villa have protested their innocence of any connection with the Border raids laying the i lame on outlaws opia Ting from both shies of toe Rio Grande. While affairs Are considered Inlet on the Border country reports from various towns in the disturbed Section Tell of the killing of More mexicans end the wounding of two americans. Reports indicate that Many mexicans dressed the River the Crossings being made in isolated places. Most of the i mexicans were armed and mounted. At Savage in the Mission District it i if reported that forty mexicans Wear i lug uniforms of mexican soldiers i a roused Tho River. Below Savage near a run citizens and bandits toned three of the mexicans were killed my one american was wounded. Reports of this fighting came by courier the Village being several Miles from the Railroad. It is reported that the bandits a ebbed the store and Post office at rim before the fighting began. At Abram another Village Soldo of run an engagement Between peace file Pic hand mexicans took place. The mexicans were driven across the River. Generally agreed animals eat All but few of the exceptionally unpalatable varieties by by i. I Ivy it bar. Been put Loti d hint sheep will cat Lio tier cent of la troublesome weeds. They Are in it commonly 1 in meaning up Vav 1 from Fie lds Fence rows Road bide dabble Fields and Corn Fields the common belief among Farmers is thai weeds eaten by sheep Are so broken up in the dig live processes that to the seeds will not germinate after a sing through the body fir in the e of other live Stock however wee Are rarely permitted to go to seed if enough sheep or a turned in the Field while the weeds Are Young Aud tender. In pome investigations carried on by the Canadian government among a considerable number of sheep men to determine Tho kinds of weeds eaten by sheep it Vias generally agreed that sheep would consume till but a few exceptionally unpalatable ones such As mullein scotch Thistle Etc. Where sheep have been kept but where for some reason they have been disposed of a striking difference Lins usually occurred in to e appearance of a he farm. Weeds have sprung up and grown where they had formerly been kept in Check. There is no better solution to the Weed problem than a Hock of sheep. In Economy of production sheep Are not surpassed by any other Domestic animal. Besides converting waste products into nutritious food they will also manufacture a finished product out of the roughage and Grain of the farm at least As cheaply As other classes of live Stock. Good Points of Shropshire a satisfactory Susie of of highways quite feasible. Wise expenditure vital for bad aches malarial conditions and run Down systems not every Road i Worth the 9am� amount of improvement nor is every Road Worth improving expenditures should to determined by amount of traffic. Prepared by Tho unite states department of agriculture. I there Are n Little Mere than 2,225,000 Viilo of Public Road Iii the United Buttes. Not even tire Wildcat enthuse i ast Ever dreamed of turning till these Miles into stretched of smooth Lutol surfaced highways. Knell an under i taking would be a film tidal Imp Sal a vilify and a waste of Money even of \ the necessary funds could be raised j what is actually proposed on tile other hand is Well within the resources of the country and would save not waste Money. Of these 2,225,000 Miles it has been okie tinted that approximately one fifth carries four fifths of the Highway traffic of the United states. About 220.000 Miles of Road Are already improved to that the improvement of another Quarter million of Milos would put in Good condition a system of highroad Over which would pass the great bulk of traffic. Furthermore in Many sections of the country the improvement the tonic properties of min a Eli sir of Iron quinine and strychnine Are soon Felt after the first two doses Are taken. An Ideal com nation of Iron quinine and strychnine. Reinforces and strengthens the blood overcomes malarial conditions fortifies and steadies Hie nerves a Good system bracer and tonic combined. 50c per Bot Fie. Cliness pharmacy a in in in in a in in a invisible Power Ai Bonnot i Purdas tiding a every Home need a faithful cough and cold remedy will la sea mini cling Aud colds a pour when you first detect to cold of Lei Iii lug ii it to one who has sneezed Glen ii is Hull ii tried and a a jell rented should be Fatah fully ii Al Quot i never wrote a testimonial to fore hut i know positive that for All. Of and family i Iii he it i used Aud i Ade and 11.nu. Or. Kilt t cough tune let new i Chi Cliv 1 them Pampi its the luxury death of ride to til of a Little i mid third too of of soon for her. Those who no a Carriage a e Mill or enjoy i lieu t Ile Iii Hadren spent Frida i a Bisie gild a Vimb is us Friend ill miss Esther Wallace a pent tile latter part of thin City with her Par Mist Hattie Cooley o huh Tho guest of Friend mrs. Bell Smith was a Hor Iii Columbus Iii Lull week. Win. Tem by Hill of kit a Millville Busine a it visitor miss Margaret Matin guest miss Hazel my Iven -. Miss Duello Well is Chil fair. Turned do Rihm Quot Well. Nile one rein Ettmo a a Cie Iii standing at i til Street. Newell utile tiling. Time carriages a St Vav 1stf111 Bine Ile he o of u one to it i for said to get a keeping Roosevelt out of the Republican party. Portland. Or kept 8, the a a i ii v in Ildo Power Back of Tho party in Nev York is keeping colonel Roosevelt out of tii Republican party. That is what ii told judge Henry k. Median As they parted on the Oakland ferry after a trip together from Seattle t i Francisco. And he Haiti something fur More startling. He named tee Man who is this a invisible the judge refused to give out the t ame. A a colonel Roosevelt told me lie could not get Back in the Republic an party Quot continued the judge. Quot ii said the invisible Power Iii new York would not Lei him Buck. Ahlo what Kin future action will be any Man s guess is As Good As another British liner sunk. I Antlions kept. 8. The Harrison line teau Iship he Tutor is reported to have been stink by a German submarine several Days ago. The report says that the Crew of forty two was saved from feldspar Young chemist has new process i o extracting Potash. New York kept 8. A Young Ehy ill i isl working w it Iii ii pistol shot of the rust oms House went Blither Aud i show cd or. Thomas k Norton the department of Commerce commercial i agent a new process for extracting i i dash from feldspar or. Norton i Here to help solve the problem it i War shortage in dyestuff and Otho i mib stances. And Potash is one of t to t he was much impressed is in the Young inventor s process. Ewes Are excellent mothers Are gentle and easily handled Lamb is favorite in Market. Or. Herbert e. Powell Ionia mich., in n letter to farm Home gives the following reasons for his preference for the Shropshire Breed of sheep. 1. The Shropshire ewes Are Good mothers under Adverse conditions and make friends of their keepers. 2. The shropshire8 Are the leading attractions at the fairs in the sheep department both As to numbers and Nice fitting. The Shropshire when properly cared for makes a Fine picture Aud is a work of Art either in Pas Tare or the show ring. 3. The Shropshire is gentle easily handled and a pet with the Man fit to care for sheep and a great contrast to the wild Merit o. 4. The Shrop re Lamb is the leading favorite in Lim Market and Sells to Tho Best advantage As soon As ii is Large enough to dress Well. The bigger the lambs the better they sell provided they were Well fatted the announcement we beg to announce to the Public that our new de. / Cle rating Plant is now equipped with the most modern machinery pertaining to an odourless cleaning int or. Syf -. The Well known cleaner Ana Dyer is in charge of the american dry cleaning cd. Our policy in business will Etc honesty. Courtesy efficiency satisfaction and one Price to All. The american dry cleaning company 4 West state Street a Campbell building. Home phone 689. In in a e in in in in in Legal notice. In pasture. Shropshire Lamb in Only grows Large but gets Alpo easily and til carcass i makes a Fine appearance when ready for hit Market. 5. The percentage of lambs to a Given number of Ewe is much larger with the Shropshire than wit ii other the till Hayden Hen l r Busi Neaver Pat i it Iii was a Friday. Has us the Blue eyes turned up. Ii my there were tears Iii their con in in. Quot i never roil in ii Ken Sites it left it Quot me Little a rudder bed Afore i was absolute Zero. The absolute Zero of temperature a a knee of All heat Energy is Igi degree by Lowth Zero of fahrenheit. Liquid helium is 154 below liquid air hid. Ann liquid Hydrogen is these degree a a cold Luau. Coin lieu if Iii Many people in this town never really enjoyed a meal until we advised them to take a dyspepsia Tablet before arum ofter each weal Bali poly by us a hoc a it. 4 notify w. Cent a. Temp Hie by. Cured resistance b new York a us to the weather Mutton Breed numbers ail in combined Ami is t i Ito Breed of Sheet i wherever you is Are sure to find a Competition. The i the show the Moi Tho winning the Shropshire out other Mutton Breeds i All around favor it a Shropshire you Argo class and hot larger and better Honor there is in of Rio Atli p. In. T York of til flitted Mireau. Taken at temp. Eat St Koani c orc on k to Loc Indio. Bowels. Remedy pc when scratches i dry Tho leg Perfec Wash again hut a rate the skin of i with a mixture Coal tar dip. Four 1 i Sulphur and one cottonseed Oil \ exercise the Hor clip the legs is kept clean and w. I horse lightly and tic. Scratches. Uve lop. Wash and Aud thu do not by three Day sat tie affected parts half in ounce of ices of Hewers of it of Sweet Oil or k or abundantly very Day to not that the stable is ventilated feed a his bowels a keep the Little pig in. Do not educate Tho Little pigs to a Fence crawlers and Breakers by hav i a a Fence they can go t through of i they try. Fix All the fences in Good i in a before Hie pigs Are old enough a to get the habit. _ k ame a a a in Man Mumm a a Iha ski Koa i in a Paha a that bar Veith purpose Admi Haply that is required by no menus mils for the most expensive surfaces intended Only to support the heaviest truffle. Along Tho Southeastern inboard for example Good Sand Clay roads eau be built at a Cost As Low As $1. 810 per mile or loss. In these sect ions say the specialists of Tho department of agriculture it would be absurd to Lay Down surfaces that Cost $25,000 a mile though these very surfaces May prove h real Economy in centers of heavy population. The task of creating therefore a thoroughly satisfactory system of highways for the United states is by no mean As hopeless a one As it might seem at first sight we have in fact gone a Long Way toward achieving it for the people who have become really interested i i the question. In 1113 something Over $2 6,000, 88 was expended n Money and labor on the roads of the fulled states an increase of Mon than 17 per cent Over the total of $7 Ami he in hmm if this increase or anything Uke it continues i the next ten years and of there is the same increase Iii the scientific application of the Money Progress will he More than satisfactory. It is. However As necessary to spend the Money wisely As to have tin Money to spend. Not every Road is Worth Tho same amount of improvement not Ev-1 cry Road is Worth improving it All. The j classification of highways in a eco Nain e with their traffic requirements is therefore a necessary preliminary to a a proper Campaign of improvement. In 1 most sect Kins such a classification. Would reveal the fact that from 5 to Toper cent of the mileage consists of main trunk lines used heavily by truffle originating both in Aud out of the country and forming links that ran isl forged into a cling a of great in dior Trince to Tho state or even to Tho nation. A additional mileage ranging from in to 20 per cent of the total will to found to consist of secondary roads in a it a taut for Market traffic. Tile remainder w 111 he made up of feeders Ami neigh i tor in mid roads which it is of course important to have As Good As possible hut on which it would be had business to spend Largo sums of Money the amount of Money that la is Good Bushless to is and is determined by the Nim it Siut of traffic Over the Road Emilic sol Iii loll Miles Aud tile Cost of hauling per ton Mil. A ton mile it May lie Sui is one ton of produce hauled in. Mile. Ton tons of produce hauled one mile is expressed As ten too Miles Aud Ane ton a us i ten Miles is also ten toil tulle. By improving the Road the Cost of hauling i or ton mile is greatly reduced of the rattle is sufficiently heavy this redaction will amount to much More than the interest on til Bonds Aud will live an amid margin for the redemption of the Prim cup Ftp. Iii other words t in Community will make Money out of its investment in Good Road. If the to Stile is not suf Fth Levi tler heavy or not Lely to in made to by the Imp Olcima. The saving will not is in at enough til pay the oat of the improvement. Notice is hereby Given that on t n Day old september i la. Bien was presented to be Board of commissioners of Hie county of Athens state id i do the petition of the Village of Coolville. Athens county. Ohio. By w. In. Peter.-. Its Dull authorized agent proving thai the following Deseri hed territory situate Iii tie township a thens county. Ullin and ill town no. Lim no. Lot t lilt to company a Purchase be annexed to said Village to wit beginning Ai the Southeast Corner of Legal notice Athens county Ohio probate court. Henry c. Cameron As administrator de Louis non of the of state of Jol Eph Miller deceased in Saint Ltd is William Miller it a1., defendant. Fraction a t3.r,ii said West chains Fiat Ion line of to South to til thence Middle Middle Norl ii Middle am t h a Middle j nor ii i middy j North i middy i North Fin Quot o thou East. A said fraction Alie tand thence running West the Southwest Corner of thence North along tin lid frat Hon. P>.70 a a Babis of the cemetery mad. I degrees East along the in pursuant a i a court of will offer for i saturday til Quot Iola u t of Cli the court Bolis Hilo the foil Tate All is time in the county of an order of the Quot pro Athens county Iii to i ale Ai pubic auction on 3,5 1 Day of september. Cd p. M., at the door of e in i Quot City of Athens a Wing described r at is in said City of Athens of Al liens and state of of of Road 30.83 chains to tin county Road hem a a Legre s West along t inroad 44 7.9 feet i lie Nee said i he 1-3 d Sti id 1-3 degree said Road. 1-3 degree Sahi Road 1-3 leg ii said Road id said it. Petit Hist tract the w no. 13g in said City. 33.53. The building no. Sr., West stale uni tract to a St along a Albs feet them it s West along i 713.1 feet thine s West along tin 131.5 feet to i Fra it Ion no. 3 3 St half of in appraised at on said tract Street. No. 38 s ill addition to . The no. Isl a in along till 3313.1 fee it of fraction North line of to Iii South no 11 thenceforth. 33 .75 Chilivis to til Quot nor ins t it Corner of said Fra. A lion no. In i Hill i j til St it inn g Lite North line of in id ii a Hon no. Is. Ins in Ais. More or less to i the middy of Tho la inking up ver t in Lief til Down Tim Middle. If sub ii ver to soul i in St i outer o f lands now owned a by and r to Rentz in Fra. To. In no. Til in so tint is i i degrees v Vest lit i of Tim soil i it line of said i Lent land i it 1 Elm Lux to the East Limel la a action no it. 3&Quot then.-. I a soil la Al Long the. Ast line of i mud Tim Hon no. 3&Quot Iii i .7 a Lull tis t1 within 7. 15 a hit in i be son in a Corner of for i lion Iii a Nee w a it. Pc Al Lei with the South Lim of Aid l r. I Ion no 31. Chili to til. So ii the Ali hint ii i Sud to i lion no. 3 i i Lien Ltd t a ii him i to i. A t Lim of said Fie a thin. I chains within 3 91 cle11 is of the i Mort la we i i outer i. I fraction in ii 2 i then. Kith . Bains Thoi t la a in t 3 Ltd a a reel west25.0 1 can ii ii to it t tit Pine. Of beginning land in. I tilt i he t to i i it is wit Hilt the fun Ltd 111.1 c i limit i. Win ii a lit Ion is univ it a ii fill if Ming j s Al Guthrie Gould a company i said City. Appraised Al $1 i building on said Ini l Bein i Extension of slate strict. Third tract Bot no 371, 373. 373 and 371 in Currier s addition Tio c to of Athens excepting and re i serving there from Hie following parts i of said Iola nos. 371. 33 and 373. To wit Reg lining at Hie Southwest i or Are of i Quot lid Bilo no. 371 tin Nee East 9 1 feet i along the South line of Ald Inlet no. I 371 thence Norl i la Quot fee Brill a we St i in it a t to Hie w t line of said Pilot no. 3, till. Aint ii is no Plai lid i 111 feet toll praised at $3&Quot&Quot.<hi, a Hie of Granville Mary sit e1,.-cl ii rth tract i 35s, 35�?~t and a i Quot in to said City except 25 had Rani lot no. A sri i i and local d on Conal Street Between kits. I i eth tract Bot and 39&Quot in Currier s Cliv of Alin is. Appl i i. In w. I Lim-173 and 371, butling. on 11n-eel. Between off la Apptt addition a it at a no Eddit i and Ville Kuhi and third 3 i sri Iii to said $1 Turon a it a Hie of Gran. And third ii it la to a t i ii res and. D Aill Al girl la or , re in. K id i p. Ald Ltd it y a Quot i. And Uii Vullo ill 11. Lag i it Fri by. Haiku k. Peter line a d til11. Save Money and have a Good savings account with the Buckeye state building and loan company. 1. And get interest thereon. 2. Let your interest compound at live pc cent. George Lester Shire 5 map. Lie i. To. Pm agents big Shi. Easy m Rcv t m i Tig and All to. A us it Ltd Laird to our a ill. N Ami m Mory it Tiff. It ill a lid la i my separator t a of gue Aud Lier prot to Sun Oil. I on i a ,4 ka., j Supply co. N. Y. A. And to you see will How he it sur will grow. 4. You will also he sur o. I o find How comfortable one feels with a substantial savings account. J. Assets $9,000,000. Rankin building 22 West Gay Street Columbus Ohio. Watch fur the mean Auker want add tor ufos unfit on May appear Hocking Valley r. R. Panama Racilia International exposition round trip diverse routes ninety Day limit returning $76,551 summer tourist ticket on Aal daily after june 12th, to All principal resorts with final limit oct. I St. Contention and Hom Teeker rate. Inquire of a v. Agent. Or w. H. Fisher g. P. A. Columbus Ohio

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