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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - August 26, 1897, Athens, Ohio
A the Athens Idess Koeh and heh aed August 19, 1897. Notes by the Way fathered by faithful reporters in Tho Many Small towns of Athens county. Int la renting new of 1�?Ten.oni, place and incidents nit til i readable style Aud sent inroad cart a Gay the messenger and Herald. Bulson Vimb. Miss Bessie Davis of Sand run is the West of her Cousin miss i rank Martin. A misses Mabel anti Anna Tullis Are spending the week with friends at St. Paris Ohio. Or and mrs. Will Botts Are Happy Over the arrival of a baby girl born thursday. Mrs. Charles Lee and daughter Lena Are spending the week at Tho Lancaster Camp meeting. Mrs. W. X. Alderman of Athens was the guest Over sunday of her Mother mrs. I. P. Primrose. Miss Mabel Townley after a pleasant visit with her sister mrs. L d. Poston has returned to Athens. Will Howell Aud Harvey Stephens of Mcarthur were the guests the first of the week of Martin Howell. Or. And mrs. Charles Musser and son have gone for a Short stay with friends at Clarksburg West Virginia. Miss Mollie Conaway met with a painful though not serious Accident i riday. While lifting a Tureen of soup the contents were upset burning both hands and arms in a frightful manner. A pleasant Altair was the party Given Friday evening in Honor of the thirteenth anniversary of the birth of Bessie Anderson. Many of her Young friends were present and with games and refreshments a delightful even aug was spent. Quito a number of the woman a Relief it corps attended soldiers Day at the Lancaster Camp meeting wednesday. Among those who attended were mrs. Morgan Richards mrs. Is Wilson mrs w. Ii. Gilmore mrs. Sarah Verity and others. The Nelsonville sewer pipe company a Plant was Idle nearly All last week on account of a break in the wet . The Plant resumed Friday and will run steadily As the company has Many orders to fill. The Plant employs about ninety men. The ladies Aid society of the m. E. Church gave a Dollar social i tuesday night. One of the amusing features of the evening program was the Reading of an original piece of poetry telling How the Dollar was made. Some ludicrous descriptions were Given and anything from memory gems to first class Doggerel coaids have been heard. Not a Little Surprise was created sunday evening in Church circles when Rev. John a. Jayne announced in the pulpit his intention of resigning the pastor ship of the it Hristian Church. He gave to cause for his action but he incidentally mentioned that he had be Cepter a3li0 position at another place. His salary Here was fido. His Resig nation will take effect september 1st. Elijah i. Warren hardware Mer j chant who so mysteriously disappear i of from Nelsonville about a month ago j has been heard from. The last of the week his wife received a package con j taming a Gold watch Aud a ring which were expressed from Seattle washing ton. The package did not contain any j writing and the address on the express Label was the Only Means of determining the place from which sent. The theory that he left for the alaskan Gold Fields is partly verified. The methodist people Are looking Forward with pleasing anticipation to the re opening or re dedication of their Church on sunday september 2�>th. The Church is undergoing extensive repairs Aud will be a Beautiful Bouse of worship when completed. The building is being overhauled from top to Bottom. It Bas been repainted ventilators have been properly placed and the auditorium the Hall Aud lecture room Are now boing frescoes. The repairs will Cost about $1500. Bishop Cranston of Cincinnati will be present to participate in the re open aug exercises. Nelsonville is one of the most in thus Gustte Bise Hall towns in the Hocking Valley and it every game Large crowds Are present. Two interesting games were played Here last week one Friday Anil the Toller sat Erduy Between i the Zanesville team and the Nelsonville Grays. Fridays game resulted in h Victory for Zanesville by a score of 8 to 5 and saturday the Grays were successful by u score of 4 to i. Ruth games were played in the Central Park and at least a thousand spectators were present at each game. To Day thursday the Grays will play Tho Shawnee team for a purse of $100. The order of the sons of St. George will have charge of the game. Business Here is practically at a standstill. The miners who saved a few dollars for an emergency buy Only what is absolutely necessary while those who were penniless when the strike begun Are living from the Charity of others and from the commissaries. Nearly every Coal company in this locality has distributed supplies to their miners Aud among those who have been especially generous to Aid their men Are Tho Hocking Valley goal company and c. L. Boston. There Are Many families of coarse Here that Are in destitute circumstances Bat by drawing from the commissaries they eau manage to keep soul and Baxly together. As is usually tile ease daring a strike there Are several persons who were never known to work when the mines ran who Are taking advantage of the Opportunity to Lay in a Supply of provisions. They drive into the country claiming they represent a Relief committee Aud securing a Load return Home Aud dump the supplies in thou own larders. Thus those who Are worthy Are deprived of assistance by a few unscrupulous never do Weels. The Outlook for the miners even if they win the strike has not a Bright aspect for if they return to work at an Advance Mouths will he required to put them Square with the world. A trip from Nelsonville along the Branch to Buchtel Orbison Murray City jobs and new Pittsburg presents indeed a gloomy appearance. Hundreds of Idle men can be seen sitting on boxes and under Trees engaged in Tho dreary task of killing time. Miles of empty Coal cars stand on the Side tracks seemingly waiting to carry their Burden of glistening Black diamonds to the lakes. Numerous mines which once were veritable hives of Industry Are deserted and the hats and owls hold Forth nightly in the tipples. Lifeless locomotives stand in the Yards and those mighty steeds of steel that throbbed like a thing of life and told the Story of Industry by their Rush anti screams of warning Are silent useless pieces of Mechau Isim. The ponderous machines arc the unsightly monuments of unemployed labor. Long will be the Day before Tho chronicler of time can write the word a a finish at Tho last chapter of the struggle of labor. 01.01 stick. A. I. Adorned has moved to Somerset. Alex. Brown of Trimble has been Given an increase on his pension. Or. And mrs. L. Murphy were made the parents sunday of twin boys. Or. Aud mrs. De. Monahan of Columbus Are visiting in this place. Mrs. Lottie Kempton of Streeter. I ll., was called Here by the death of her sister mrs. Gillspie. The Well drilled by William Longfellow for Oil on the Bryson farm East of town was a dry Hole. Rev. .1. W. Atkinson and family have been spending a few Days attending Tho Camp meeting at Lancaster. G. D. Eliott and wife were the guests of their daughter mrs. Wallace Allen at by. Pleasant West Virginia sunday. Earl Carr a Young boy living near Blairsville was bitten on Tho leg by a Copperhead Snake one Day last week. He will recover. A meeting under the auspices of the socialist labor party was held at the opera House Friday night. A it hic ago speaker was present. Oakdale had two weddings last week both of w hich were followed by a Benefit dance for the purpose of giving the Young people a Start in life. Every store in the sunday Creek Valley has closed its doors and the miners Are placed to the necessity of either begging or starving. Five congregations participated in the sunday school Celebration at Burr Oak saturday. The Trimble drum corps was present Aud furnished music. Typhoid fever is prevalent from one end of the Valley to the tither. Many cases have been added to the list of persons afflicted within the past week. A couple of eases have resulted fatally. Mrs. Maggie Gillespie aged thirty years tried at her Home in Orbison thursday of typhoid fever. She was a daughter of Elza Wyatt of Trimble and had a number of relatives in this Valley. The miners of the sunday greek District held a mass meeting in Glouster saturday Aud adopted resolutions Cou Deming the action of certain West Virginia judges in granting injunctions that approached a restraining of free assembling and speech addresses were made by sex mayor Jones Henry Mcgrath Aud Hugh Gormley. Millfield. Elizabeth Brown spent last week at but in Bay. Bertha Duncan of Glouster was the guest of Grace Earich Friday. Lena Brookins and Lizzie Wade were the guests of Athens friends tuesday. L. D. Hanlin Bas repainted his House which adds very much to its appearance. Mrs. Lillie Fuller Aud children of Athens spent last week with relatives Here. Mrs. E. E. Learned of Columbus is the guest of her parents or. Aud mrs. David Jones. Ltd. Sheppard and Charles of Bleness of Athens were calling on friends Here thursday evening. Mrs. Barney Matson of Congo was the guest of or. And mrs. Bold. Buchanan Over sunday. Or. Aud mrs. Vera Fulton of Jerseyville spent thursday with Marion kudos and family. Edyth Fuller returned Home tuesday after a two Mouths visit with relatives in Suffolk Virginia. Supervisor George Fullor has done some excellent work on the roads the past week with the township grader. George is a Hustler on the Road and is advocating the use of an upright engine to do grading with. A Large Quantity of excellent Hay has been harvested Here. The Bumble bees however hotly contested the rights of the Furmer to his Hay Field and us a Rule it took two to fight Bumble bees Ami the third Man to run the machine. This however was a Case of compulsion As the bees had to be vanquished or the machine stopped. The harvesters would Arm themselves with Brush. Bundles of Hay huts. Etc., anti charge on the enemy with a War whoop. Home would come out of the engagement with slight wounds while others would utter a yell of despair Aud Rush for the Creek. One Farmer got so excited that he threw Down Bis weapons of War mud took his lists to them. When he would get in a lick it would be like a trip Hammer striking them. He held the fort however but the not morning his heat looked like a meat barrel and could Only to recognized by the shoes he wore. Farmer attention we will to cent per Bushel for go d dry new wheat delivered on cars at Athens. Tun w Imp int a Mumm. Co., canal Winchester Ohio. Hockingport. E. K. Parker has purchased the ferry of g. B. Simms. Miss Grace Knowles is on the sick list. Miss addio Tracewell of Parkersburg is the guest of miss Mary Manly. Vav. V. Hannin Aud wife went to Long Bottom la St week to visit relatives. Mrs. Alice Custis and children of Marietta Are visiting relatives Here. J. Ii. Brookhart and wife of Parkersburg spent sunday with or. Brookhart s parents. Vaughn sheets of Willow Island West Virginia was visiting at e. A. Dutton s last week. Or Frank me Kim and family of Marietta were the guest of miss Olive Mckim last week. Jacob sul Kehl and wife of Limestone Hill West Virginia Are visiting their daughter. Mrs. Sarah bean. Frank Devore came Home saturday from the West Virginia Oil Fields where he has a contract drilling a Well. M iss Ida Cook of Parkersburg was visiting her Mother mrs. Dickerson Aud attending Coolville Camp meeting. Lakh n Cha Pei. Arrangements Are being made for the organization of a company of Epworth guards Here. Mrs. Cora Michael and daughter of harpers ferry Are visiting the for Mer s sister mrs. Finsterwald. The ice Cream supper at l. L. Weiss thursday night was a Success in every respect. The proceeds were about $8. The social event of the week was the Surprise birthday party Given by the misses Sheldon on monday evening in Honor of their father Charles Sheldon. Misses Lillie and Carnie Ashton of Jacksonville who have been visiting their Many friends Here have gone to Athens where they will continue their visit. A mrs. J. E. Snow of Chicago who has been spending the summer with her sister in Law Lias gone to Athens where she w ill visit her parents a few weeks before returning to her Chicago Home. The game of Ball Between Harmony and Athens saturday resulted in a score of by to to in favor of Athens. The game was not won by Good playing on the part of the Athens team but by the Rocky unjust decisions of the Umpire. Cak Hon Dale. I Laura Kennard has returned Home i from Columbus. Or. Aud mrs. Peter Hoak jr., spent sunday afternoon in Mineral. Sarah Betts returned Home sunday after visiting a few Days at Marshfield. Mrs. Charley Kennard of Marshfield visited her Kotlier a feta Days this week. Edward Mccoy and son Willie Are the guests of or. And mrs. William Mccoy. Or. And mrs. Lot Clark of Nelsonville spent thursday Aud Friday among relatives. Rev. L. G. Matheney preached the funeral of the infant child of Joseph Moody monday morning. Clarence son of or. And mrs. Curtis Todd has been quite sick for several Days but is now improving. Or. And mrs. Lafe Hunter of Marsh i Field were called Here saturday by the serious illness of Clarence Todd. Miss Blanche heckler of Mineral who for the past week has been the guest of her Cousin miss Jessie it Alia-1 ban returned to her Homo monday. A pc Mont. M. B. Tucker visited his sister mrs. Martha love on peach Ridge monday. Henry Mckinley anti family of trim Hie were visiting at Frank Dowler a saturday. Joe Tucker had the misfortune to i split his big toe while cutting a Hoard thursday. Mrs. Nathan Smith and daughter Lucy visited Elmer Conner at Hixon wednesday. Lem Bennett and wife visited Lewis Oberholtzer a near Albany the latter part of last week. De. Leasure was called to Stewart by the sickness of his aunt mrs. Parker Tucker Friday. And. Edgar mashed one of his thumbs nearly Oft while loading ties on a Wagon one Day this week. Ames Center. Or. E. Ii. Finch was in Athens Mon Day on business. The rain fall sunday night revived Corn and Garden vegetables very much j miss Nellie Wooley of Trimble is j visiting her Many friends Aud relatives Here. Or. Aud mrs. O. O. Bryson of Saud Rock spent Friday with Al. L. Wilcox Aud family. Or. And mrs. Oliver Linscott and family spent sunday with or. Ami mrs. E. H. Finch Here. Cecil Tho Little son of or. Aud mrs. Albert Keirns has been quite sick for several Days but is now improving. A Large number of our Young folks attended the Camp meeting at Tho Morris Grove on hot str Ridge sunday. Torch. Or. Hensley was in Belmont county last week. Mrs. Hoyt of Chester was mrs. Alma Jones guest saturday. Mrs. Mary Morehead of Bradford pa., is visiting mrs. Lillie Watson. Or. Cyrus Brewster and miss Lizzie Hendrickson were married August 8th. Or. And mrs. M. A. Clark of Washington pa., Are visiting relatives Here. Miss Gertrude Mcgraw of Washington pa.,is visiting relatives anti friends hero. Mrs. C. G. Dye is attending the Baptist association at Matamoras this week. Willie Bingham of Salem West Virginia is the guest of his nude win. La. Bingham. La on in i Kun on Ririe by our smaller colleges. In Ninny ilm Pecl they Are doing Petter work than the Larder. There Are a few striking facts about Tim Small american College writes Edward w. Bok in ladies Home journal. One striking fact is that. Co per cent. Of the brai Niest americans who have risen to prominence anti Success Are gum mites of colleges a whose names Are scarcely known outside of their own states. It is a fact also that during the past ten years the majority of the new and Best methods of learning have emanated from the smaller colleges Aud have been adopted later by the larger ones. Because a College happens to be unknown 200 Miles from the place of its location docs not always mean that the College is not worthy of wider repute. The fact cannot be disputed that the most direct teaching anti necessarily the teaching most productive of Good results is being done in the smaller american colleges. The names of these colleges May not. Be familiar to the majority of people but that makes them none the less worthy places of learning. The larger colleges Are unquestionably Good. But there Are smaller colleges just As Good and in sonic respects better. Some of the finest educators we have Are attached to the faculties of the smaller institutions of learning. Young girls or Young men who Are being educated at one of the smaller colleges need never feel that the fact of the College being a Small one places them at a disadvantage in comparison with Tho Friend or companion who has been sent to a larger and better known College. It is not the College it is the student. New Yorkus skyscrapers. Amin my in in my Mumm Momu Cut i to i Price Sale i of 5ky line of Gotling sloppily Anil continually int in i nit. The sky line of new York i changing so rapidly that the american traveler who goes abroad can recognize with More certainty the profiles of the foreign cities he approaches than that of his own Metropolis As he sees it. From the deck of the Steamer on his return says Scribner a. It May be his first visit to Europe he May know London borne anti Paris Only from the views of them in old prints. But if he has an Eye for such things his first glimpse of St. Paul a St. Peters or notre Dame will Tell him to what place he is coming for All the world knows these Pinnacles has known them for centuries. They Are As conspicuous and characteristic in the silhouettes of their cities As they were when they were built. One of the dutch governors of new Amsterdam seeking Iii spirit some familiar earthly habitation might find old Amsterdam for it cuts the same figure in the sky to Day that it did when he left it but the last dead Boss of new York if by any Chance he should get an a from where he ought to be would search the horizon Iii vain for the face of his City. The features his Eye would seek for Are there old Trinity still stands its Steeple like the Spires of the old cathedrals uplifted High above the Earth but its solitary prominence is gone. Tilt modern Olliee building has risen higher than the head of the Cross anti Hie Church has lost its distinction. The Enterprise of business has surpassed the aspiration of religion. Ancient suicides. A ii i i us ii n a rime no were Nicil i lion the Moville. Among the Early Breeks suicide was uncommon until they became contaminated by Bornean influence says a writer in Lippincott a. Their religious teaching unlike that of their Asiatic contemporaries was strongly opposed to self destruction. While u pure and Manly nation they regarded it us a heinous crime and Laws existed which heaped indignity upon the body of the suicide. By an athenian Law the Corpse was not buried until after Sunset and the hand which had done the deed presumably the right Hail it a was Cut off and buried separately As having been a traitor to its owner. The Only suicides Ever spoken of with respect or anything approaching commendation by the Early greeks were those of a purely patriotic character like those of Themistocles and King cod rus both of whom were considered patriots. The latter when the Heraclide invaded Attica went Down disguised among the enemy with the intention of getting slain and having picked a quarrel with some soldiers succeeded in his object. Hie reason for this act was that the Oracle had pronounced that the Lender of the conquering army must fall and the King sacrificed his lift in Ortler that his troops might be victorious and his country saved. Themistocles is said to have committed suicide rather than Lead the persians against his own people. To the Klondyke old Fields. The Burlington Bouto is the direct North wet Liuo to Seattle or Tacoma Aud the direct Westward Lino to Hun Francisco on route to Alaska. From by to 200 Miles anti several hours saved by Tho Burlington s splendid passenger train service to the Northwest from by. Louis. Kansas City or St Joseph. Pullman sleepers and free chair cars tin All through trains. Several extra steamers will sail before Tho season closes. Ask your ticket agent for tie tailed information or write the undersigned. Ii. W. Warbles general passenger agent 3ji-w8. St. Louis Alo. A Siering and summer iclothing.1 summer is rapidly passing. It is not our a custom to carry goods Over. Prefer to give you irresistible bargains that will surely 2 sell the goods. A everything will go during the next 30 Days regardless of Cost to make room for our Early fall arrivals. See menus boys and children a suits and single garments All Are being offered for about the Cost of making. Done to miss this oppor Rny Unity to obtain goods at such Low figures z25 that no other store can or will attempt to duplicate. A i. Rosenthall a 2�? the one Price Clothier Hatter and furnished Moore Al Ssell. Of i Liu no j room formerly occupied by Sam Sommer. I Athens Ohio. 7i in Usu Tuuu amt a the following is mauling in the a the for August i maker. Or. Clark Moore Bros. Brown. Or. J. M. Bolton. Marcellus 2 Bonen Liestler. Mrs. Cooley. Mrs. Myrtie Davis. Or. Ernest Donovan. Or. Jerry it Jardner. Or. John Raiser. Or. William the list of letters tens Post office uncalled ii Ann. Or. O. V. Hatch mrs. H. A. In Iller. Miss Halsey Marston. Forest is my cad miss Annie Manila Poston. Mrs. Hugh Selfred. Or. Ralph Virginia. Miss Clara woe i. Mrs. M. F. C. I. Gist. P. Sale Carne w. Vorhes is Darius Wilson it a1. Order of Sale Athens county court common pleas. Words failed rim impossible to express by the use of words the Benefit received from nerve Vitalizer nervous prostration is commonly regarded As an american diseases. In fact it is almost wholly unknown in foreign countries. The medical profession in general agree with or. Wheeler that it is not a disease hut a condition of the nervous system which comes on gradually and is caused by excessive use of nerve vigor. Any loss of vital Energy May and will Lead to nervous prostration unless stopped. The most marked symptoms of the condition leading to nervous prostration Are sleeplessness excessive anxiety and fretful worry. Or. Wheeler devoted his life to i the study and proper method of treating the nervous system. His Success is unquestionable. Thousands of person have cheerfully i testified that or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer cures nervous prostration in its worst form. I the following words from 1. C. Robinson Tiro Ohio hears out our statement a i be Lieve or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer to be the Best Medicine for the nerves on Earth. The doctor pronounced my Case nervous prostration. My greatest trouble was sleeplessness. I simply could not get to sleep even opiates had no effect upon me. After doctoring a Long time i became discouraged and resorted to the use of or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer. The consciousness of the Relief that it gave me is beyond my Power to describe. Even the first dose relieved me. I kept on taking it until it completely cured sold by Cliness pharmacy. Athens o by virtue of an order of Sale duly issued out of the court of common Picas of Athens county Ohio in the above entitled action Aud to me directed i shall offer Tor us at Public auction at the front door of the court House in Athens in said county and state on saturday september Lith isf>7, at one til of clock p. In. Of said Daw the Fol a lowing described real estate to wit situate in the township of Lee county it i Athens state of Ohio. Beginning at the South West Corner of traction number thirteen lip town number i ten to Range number Nanies Purchase thence cast on the a the line of said fraction number chains i to a Stone thence North 3.71 to a Stone Corner thence West a on chains to a Stone thence South 3.t chains to the place of be i comline containing nine and three tenths i acres 0.3. I also tile following described real estate in Lee township Athens county. Ohio and known As sixty and to Cive Quot pm acres. Boing sixty rods i wide off from the North Side of the North West Quarter of a a Titi no Miler thirteen 13 town number ten Lim. Range number fifteen 15 Ohio companies Purchase i appraised atone thousand three Hundred i arid eighty if dollars. Terms Bisulc Cash in hand on of lie. M. M Riley. She rid Bill. La. How Altus. Deputy. J Kwh Utt amp Vav too. Puffs am s. August 12 to september 9. Imi7-no32-\\ v notice Sheree v Given that the e first and final acc unt a William l. Aiu son As a. Signee get w ulan ii. Zig Gafoor i s surviving partner t f foie a Sim Ian has been filed til to e prod. It. Court of at m tis t Utility. Ohio Tor St it in Iii i id and that a id account will be of r Harl in on the 21 St Day of entrust ts97, at one o it la he it in Al persons interested. Are Roqu red to a item Sun h sell Ernest Aud i they have july us to Aust 19, of or hereto of any Bethel a Bate judge. Mil notice is hereby Given that the plat of the plan of establishing Corner til a portion of the Village of Athens Athens county. Ohio As prepared by the undersigned commission. Ison tile at the office of the county Surveyor of said county in the court House thereof at Athens. Ohio. The same being also in tile Ottre of the civil Engineer of said Village and is now ready for the inspection it get persons interested therein anti that said commission will hold meetings at said office on animated Lith i Filiip rid 30th. And september Filiti 181 7, at eight o clock a. In. Of said respective Days to hear and Oble colons that May lie urged against its adoption or the adoption of any Imir Tion thereof e. Ii. Mooke. Chairman. K. It. Clark. Secretary. C. It. Sheldon a j Frame. A. F. Peters. Platting commission. S. Ii. Luu Taito k. It. I Larkk. Engineers. July us to sept. A h>7-no30-Wfv i uol3ate notice. Notice is hereby Given that the following a count h and vouchers have been tiled in the probate court of Athens county Ohio for settlement Viz Sain Uele Garber guardian of Reuben Vav Ladd. George h. Ladd administrator of Emit m Ladd first account j a Parker guardian it it of Jacob six first account Bellair place guardian of acidic place dlr to and final account. O e. Davis trustee of Fred Al her dual account ii. A it Mckinstry and Frank Winn exe tutors of John t. Winn. Deceased Glrst and Ona account. John Ort. Guardian of Myrtle Swartz Glrst account. Rosa Coates executrix of William Coates or. East d. Hist and final account Calvin j and Hilbert it. An. Executors of Elijah Wood deceased third acc Oil it. S kid accounts for hearing september Lith i i a s Bethel p sept a inst Nojd Obata i Sale. Freedman Bros., it Al. Vuk k. S. Rothman. Three foreign executions Hamilto coi to court common pleas. By virtue of three foreign executions duly issued out of the court of common pleas of Hamilton county. Ohio in the above entitled action and to me directed i shall offer for Sale. At Public auction at the usual place of doing business of e. S. Rothman a Glouster in Athens county and state of Chin on monday August hoi ii 1897, at one i o clock p. In. Of said Day. Iii billowing described personal property to wit the entire general Stock of dry goo a a the defendant e. S. Rothman in Glouster Ohio and consisting principally of made clothing underwire hosiery Iii patterns muslims Calico crash ribbons dry goods of every description notions fancy goods dress goods Valise trunks umbrellas carpets matting batting ul1 cloth window curtains hats Caps cloaks. Ladies ready made skirts corsets sup taters. Neckties cuffs collars shirts of to to description. Jewelry yarns thread ladies shoes mens shoes childrens shoes Rush. R boots overshoes one Large Mirror one b y Ler Safe to show cases and All other go a a and fixtures of every kind now in the storeroom of the defendant. Terms of Sale a aah in hand on Day one. M. M. Hiley. Sheri it by d. La. Be Wagon Deputy. S. A. Titi inn Khz pm offs atty. August 12 to itlhd7-no32-w2. Legal notice. James a. , administrator of the a Tate of Caroline Peavy deceased. Is Mary Guinn it a1. Notice to non residents. Louis Cannels George o. Cannels and Frank Cannels whose places of residence Are unknown will take notice that on the with Tun of july he James a. A assets administer of the estate of Caroline pea Vale. Eased he a petition in the probate Hurt of Athens county Ohio against Mary Guinn it a1., including the non resident persons herein forename and no titled wherein he Tau that he is the duty appointed and uualine1 administrator of the estate of Caroline a a deceased late of Athens county. Ohio Mal the valid debt of said decedent amounting to #75.00 have been presented to said ail in in Trator for payment that the Cost of administration of said estate will about to and that said Caroline Peavy left no i 1 Ai property or effects whatever. Said pen Don states that Caroline Peavy died six a Iii fee simple of the following described a estate situate Iii the Village of Atli o Athens county. Ohio. And known As a in a division of out lot no. He in said inc gyrated prayer of said it i lion is that a property May the ordered to be sold a it a administrator to the debts and l aforesaid. The said above named no Quot Are All hereby notified that they have of Quot a made parties Dei Maul Multi a in 1 Thev Are required to answer the same u im1 fore the 25th Day of september. Pm. James a. Cassels admin Strant a by is a a Chi. His attorn v aug. Is to sept is i set Noss a _ do Vav i s Witch a i Salvo
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