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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1900, Athens, Ohio W my the Athens messenger and Herald december 0,1900, son Nelsonville la a local Brevi ties a judge Savage of Wilmington was in town monday a Short time on business. A or. G. L. Bean spent sunday at Tome with his parents or. And mrs. J. L. Bean. A mrs. Ila miser of Columbus is the guest of the family of s. E. Hedges this week. A or. And mrs. J. . Earich spent sunday in Trimble the guests of mrs. Carrie Mason. A a. M. Mcdaniel of Amesville was in town wednesday looking after business interests. A mrs. W. R. Moore and children Are spending sometime with friends and relatives at Delaware. A judge and mrs. A. S. Bethel and Mckinley spent sunday the guest of friends. A judge j. M. Wood has been in Washington d. C., the past week combining business and pleasure. A mrs. E. B. Baird and mrs. Ruben Davis of Nelsonville spent sunday Here with relatives and friends. A or. And mrs. Edward Kurtz of Columbus spent the last of the week Here the guests of mrs Isabella Kurtz. A or. And mrs. K. Tinker will entertain the whist club at their residence on South main Street this evening. A misses Lottie and Lizzie Blackburn of Columbus attended the funeral of their sister mrs. Will Blackburn monday. A a called meeting of the lady Maca bees thursday at 2 of clock. Emma s. Olds state commander will be present. A or. And mrs. A. P. Linscott and family have moved into the House recently occupied by or. Sackett on Vine Street. A or. Charles Dickey and Mother of Lancaster spent thursday Here the guests of the latter a sister mrs. Charles Henry. A mrs. H. H. Wickham returned last week in time to eat her thanksgiving dinner with friends of or. Wickham at Stewart. Pc. R. Deardorff baggage master on the Ohio Central has moved from Congress Street to the Guitteau property in West Athens. A or. And mrs. W. W. Brown have returned from a several weeks visit with relatives and friends at Rutland Middle port and Gallipolis a mrs. John bean spent a few Days last week in Hubbardsville and Albany. While in Albany she was the guest of or. And mrs. T. K. Hostetter. A or. And mrs. H. Doan of Columbus and or. Robert Dean of Nelsonville were visiting or. And mrs. Frank Doan at the dormitory Friday of last wads. A or. J. F. Alexander and daughter miss Jennie returned to their Home at Mineral after a two weeks visit with mrs. Margaret Vickers on Vine Street. A George Thompson of hotel Berry won a linger ring set with a Diamond and an Opal on thanksgiving that was raffled off by miss grim. It Cost Thompson just ten cents. In. J. Simmons wha for the past year has been employed with c. 8. Newsom left the last of the week for his Home at Miner ton Vinton county where he will begin a Wainess for himself. Al. A. Koons attended the annual ban Quet of past and present members of the state Board of Law examiners in col urn bus tuesday night. Or. Koons was formerly a member of the Board. A evangelist Dawson who recently closed a successful meeting at Nelson Ville is now holding revival meetings in the m. P. Church at Mechanicsburg. Services at in a. In. And at 6 p. In. A the St. Paul s fair and Bazaar began last evening and is running full blast today and will close this evening. A Large number of prizes will be distributed this evening. Dinner and supper served today. A or. Herbert Henry and wife of Ham Den or. Lindley Henry and family of Amesville or. John Henry wife and baby of this City spent thanksgiving with their parents or. And mrs. Charles Henry of Sunnyside. A miss Myrtle Alger of Charleston w. Va., on her return to Cincinnati where she had been visiting a sister stopped Over on monday Between trains to make a Short Call on friends Here. Miss Kiger is a teacher in the Public schools of Charleston. A or. And mrs. H. Higgins and Little daughter Rachael of Sonora arrived bar sadly of last week to visit friends and relatives. Mrs. Higgins and Little daughter Are yet Here the guests of mrs. Jennings while the doctor was compelled to return saturday. A Tom c. Welch of this City on tuesday was chosen private Secretary to Hon. Emmett Tompkins congressman elect from the twelfth District. The appointee is the son of major and mrs. J. A Welch of Athena and a brother in Law of or. Tompkins. During the recent Campaign or. Welch was clerk at Republican state Headquarters at Columbus and he is in every Way thoroughly fitted to fill the responsible position of private Secretary to or. Tompkins. A a delightful social affair was the baby picture party Given monday evening by miss Florence Craig at her Home in Honor of her guest miss Georgia Rock hold of Bainbridge and miss Grace Rhea of Zaleski. A the guest were required to bring a photograph of themselves taken in Babyhood and the amusing feature was that they were to guess the original. There were Many ludic Rions guesses re corded. Those present besides the two guests of Honor were or. And mrs. F. Dean misses Mary Slattery Anna Scott Mary Dodge Marne of bieness Grace Gist Ellen Wood Mary Kaler Josephine Cottrill Bertha Hoover and messes. W. K. Scott f. H. Logan Rev. G. Walton King or. Parker Panl Codding c. L. Boddison s. L. Mccune Watson Craig Jack Hoke John Mitchell f. H. Super a h. Cline prof. H. R. Wilson College notes. J. R. Jones visited relatives at Jackson from wednesday until monday. J. R. Burley preparatory enjoyed Friday and saturday with friends at Crooksville. The member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity entertained the p. B club St their Hall saturday evening. Miss Mae Taylor preparatory was with miss Nannie Nease at it. Pleasant w. Va., during the thanksgiving vacation. F. E. Coultrap and t. W. Craig sophomores who were in attendance at the Phi Delta Theta conventional Louisville returned sunday. The party Given by the ladies of the y. W. A. At the Home of the misses Bishop was enjoyed by about thirty students. The party was a Success and in the games participated in George Mcglaughlin won the prize. The Ohio University Quartetti will go to Albany saturday evening to give the first of a number of entertainments which they have arranged for during the year. Or. Ely will assist with several violin solos. The committees from the different societies and Garfield club have decided that it is not advisable to begin a series of debates so late in the Terra Bot prefer to wait until the beginning of the Winter term. The first debate will be Between the debating club and the athenians january 4,1901. Or. Mercer of the department of biology gave the first of a series of illustrated lectures in the Chapel monday evening. The subject of this lecture was the development of cell life. The students and faculty who attended the lecture were Well pleased with the plan by which or. Mercer purposes to teach the different branches of biology. In most of the departments reviews and examinations have already begun preparatory to a final test at the close of the term. The class in spherical trigonometry has completed the usual term s work and have begun the work of the Winter term. Several classes have been meeting on saturday during the term and or. Doan of the department of psychology has a class in ethics which meets in the evening once each week. The class spirit at the University has been very slight during the fall term. The seniors have held a few meetings worn their colors on several occasions and Given a party for the sophomores but there has developed recently evidence of an abundant and proper class spirit. These evidences were manifested at the exceptionally enthusiastic meeting of the members of the Junior class monday evening. There Are fifteen members in the class of 1902 and they Are enthusiastic Over the idea of defeating the lordly seniors in an open contest. The Challenge has already been tendered the seniors and the juniors Are impatiently awaiting a reply. An foe a Library entertainment a Given Millfield Good Start made. At Millfield dec. 8.�?the entertainment Given saturday evening at the school building by the pupils and teacher was a decided Success. The sum of 27.59 was made and this will be expended As a nucleus for a school Library which will be permanently established. This movement on the part of the teacher Garvin Miller in conjunction with the pupils is certainly a commendable one and the Hearty support it has thus far received shows that the Library Enterprise is meeting with the approval of the citizens. They could not give assistance to a worthier cause. A Complete organization has been effected a treasurer and librarian have been chosen and a committee to make a selection of books has been appointed. A committee has been appointed also to solicit monthly payments daring the year 1901. The treasurer of the organization is prepared at All times to receive donations of books or Money. The following excellent program was carried out dialogue our Progress recitation. Chaa. V. Hanlin Ballad of War thanksgiving ladder Woodworth class concert Price Sprague music. Choir recitation. Harry Mcdaniel dialogue an attack of influenza motion , clap Hurrah recitation. Roy Hanlin ranch dialogue examination of a wetness Solo and selfish Bluebird Miller Battle of Blenheim . Ii. S. Dwiggins Public collection. . Tremendous death of mrs. Blackburn. Mrs. Will Blackburn died at her late Home on i Ancaster Road saturday Forenoon december i Atter an illness of a number of years. The immediate cause of her death was heart failure. She was thirty eight years old and leaves a husband but no children. Her sister Mary Murphy of Guysville a with her during her. More recent illness. The funeral was held at the residence monday Forenoon and was conducted by Rev. G w. King. The k. Of p. Lodge and the teachers of the Public schools sent Beautiful Flowers. The deceased was a sister to w. H. Mckee. Or. J. D. Brown was suddenly summoned to Sedalia. Mo., the last of the week by the death of his sister mrs. Jennie b. Jaynes whose death occurred wednesday of last week at her Home in that City. The funeral services were held saturday. Mrs. Jaynes husband died several years ago. Or. Brown re turned from Sedalia yesterday. Our baby Guy. Guy Stanley the Little seven months old son of or. And mrs. . Nice died november 28, 1920, of the dreaded div eases whooping cough and pneumonia funeral at residence by Rev. We. Boden november 3u at one p. In. Interment at Marshfield cemetery. God gave to us a treasure for seven months so dear. Theu came and took him from us and left us Here in tears. Of our Darling Little baby. The Joy and family Pride like a Rose he bloomed All summer and faded by our Side. Of. How dearly we All loved him and would loved to had Birn stay but the Angels came from heaven and have taken Bim away. Our Darling Bow we miss him no tongues on Earth can Tell but we know he is in heaven and with the Angels dwell. Tvs family. Amusement. Clite ago opera co. Chicago opera co. Will present Bone act comic operas Given in English for the first time in this country a Lischen and Fritz Chen Hanna cried and Hanz laughed by Offenbach and a Birds of a Feather by Hollender at opera House Friday evening december 7. The operas contain Catchy music from which Many of the most popular airs have been taken. The Chicago opera co. Is an organization of noted singers and actors Clara Bunte Emille Brandt and Mary Carrington formerly of Castle Square opera co. Are the stars Shelly Jacobs an excellent comedian has also been added to the company. Card of thanks. We desire to express our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for their kindness daring the sickness and death of our Darling baby also to those who so bountifully contributed Flowers. Or. Esd mrs. F. H. Nice. Not called for. Following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Post office at Athens december 8, 19u0 Barker Edna Boutell. Edwin Bennett or Bora Cox. W. S. La ? Latners win. Stephenson. W. F. Schneider. Alfred Shumate Frank i. Taylor Joseph Townsend. Brown and Knight Williams Edna in memorials. Vii eke a our beloved brother. John Rasley has been called from the Field of Bis labors to the great beyond therefore be it resolved by Stewart Lodge no. 758,1. O. O. F. That by the death of brother Rasley this Lodge has lost a valuable member and the Community a Good and honorable citizen. Re Solbu that we extend our Heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family who alone can realize the full extent of our loss and sorrow. Resolved that our charter be draped in mourning for thirty Days. Resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the county papers tor publication also a copy to be recorded on the minutes of Stewart Lodge no. 758,1. O. O. F. J. A. A met i b. B. By cd com. D. A. Noesis Stewart Ohio december i j90u when you need a soothing and Healing Antiseptic application for any purpose use the Rivina de witty switch Hazel Salve a Well known cure tor piles and skin diseases. It heels sores without leaving a scar. Beware of counterfeits Cline s pharmacy. Fob Salb a at a bargain a Lac in Good condition. W h a Bab car i . Dane. L. N. Fisher John Henry. James a Kenmore John Kenedy d. A. Mackin. Peter or. Mackin f. A. Persons calling for the above letters will please say they were advertised. D. Gist postmaster. Obituary. A we cannot a. We will not say that he is dead he i just Elijah Vickers was born in Belmont county Ohio on the 80th Day of the 4th month. 1828, of Quaker parents. Thomas and Hannah Vickers. His spirit left the form and passed into the great beyond on the evening of the 17th Day of the Lith month Hein his 73rd year after a gradual decline of about four years. He was a kind neighbor a Loving father a devoted husband and companion. Notwithstanding his name was enrolled on the m. E. Church record he retained his Birthright in the a a friends society and was a consistent practical everyday Christian. He thought of Christ As a True Friend to guide and bless Mankind All the Way through the path of life to that Home toward which the truest aspirations of the human heart tend. As Whitter says. A and death seems but a covered Way that opens into in be Miriam. A Bexar our beloved brother d. B. Stewart jr., has been called from the Field of his earthly labors to eternal rest therefore be it resolved by Stewart Lodge no. Tbs i. O. O. F. That by the death of brother Stewart this Lodge has lost a valuable member and the Community a Good and honorable citizen. Resolved that we extend our Heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family who alone can realize the full extent of our loss and sorrow. Resolved that our charter be draped in mourning for thirty Days. Resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the Athens county papers for publication also be recorded in the minutes of Stewart Lodge no. 753.1.1. O. J h Ric of j. H. Wharff Owen Beebe Stewart Ohio december 1,19w. A a i com. Spacial Gale of chamber sets saturday the 8th. Our $9 under glazed English porcelain Beta go at $6.69. These Are very Choice and elegantly decorated. All acts Are reduced in Price for this one Day Only at o. B. Sio aaes Schina Palace. In ladies wraps suits Etc. Owing to the unusual condition of the season we find ourselves heavily overstocked with ladies Winter wraps of All kinds. We Are going to offer to the people of Athens a Chance to buy jackets and cloaks at unusual figures for this time in the season. All our High Grade garments will be offered at about 50c on the Dollar All consisting of the latest effects in this seasons styles. Fierce Cut. In the prices of ladies capes and children s jackets. Ladies suits. Prices in this department also will be Cut Down from one third to one half. A few suits As Low As $4 98 which were $10.00 and $12.00. At $7 48 we have quite a line which earlier in the season sold at $12 60. At $9 98 we offer suits which were formerly sold at $16.00 and 18.00, reduction in prices of ladies Wool waists silk waists separate skirts storm skirts and dressing Jacques. Toy department. Our great Success last year in this department encouraged us this year to greater efforts. We have just opened twice As Large a Stock of toys dolls and books As we have Ever had. Almost the entire second floor is devoted to these goods embracing everything desirable for boys and girls Christmas presents. D. Zenner amp co., agents for butterick patterns. The United states Treasury has More Gold Coin in its vaults than at any time in the history of the government 8474,108,336 an increase of $76,-000,000 since the first of last january. Only about half of this Gold is the property of the government 1239,755,-808 being held against outstanding Gold certificates. The total Gold Supply of the country is now estimated at 11,100,000,000, while four years ago the estimate was $092,947,-212. Opera House one night Friday evening Chicago december opera company in the following time Given in one act opera Forth first this country in English Hanna cried and Hanz laughed comic opera one act Birds of a Feather comic opera one act. Lischen and Felt Chen comic opera one act. To Tbs Public. The Chicago opera company is acknowledged by managers where they have played to be one of the Best opera companies Ever organized no Lover of music should tall to attend our operatic treat. Henry Cohen. Manager Price 25c, 35c, 50c, and 75c lie served beats on Sale at Mckee. To cart a cold in one Day take laxative Bromo quinine tablets. All druggists refund the Money if it Falls to cure. E. W. Groses signature is on each Box. 85c. De Witt s Little Early risers Are Dainty Little palls hot they never fall to cleanse the liver remove obstructions and invigorate the system. Cliness pharmacy. I. Putnam Holiday goods Are nearly All in and on display. Everything has been bought new for the Christmas Trade and an unusually Large Stock is presented for the Public a inspection. The line of Fine stationery is the Best Ever shown in Athens. See the show window. Novelties for the toilet Cut Glass and silverware cozy Corner ornaments everything up to the minute in style and Beauty. Done to pass Putnam a in your search for Holiday gifts Hon. Joseph h. Manley of Maine hat been tendered the position of commissioner of internal Revenue left vacant by the death last week of commissioner Wilson. A we Quot we carry All kinds of rubbers. Mishawaka a Ball band positively the Only All knit Wool Boot mad Security say Ingo \ and in it an company i b a n k Athens Ohio. Oses in first National Bank. J 3 fir Cut interest on sillies Leco its. Deposits of one Dollar to five thousand dollars May by made or withdrawn at any time. 4 fir Cut of Gimm of for is months or longer capital and invented in government Bonds and first mortgage Bonds secured by Athens county farms. We loan on first mortgage or collateral Security at lowest a St. Benn of Izaih Slont for Sau or w. H. Brown shoe co., Athens. Ohio. For constipation and sick headache it Mckee a Little liver pills Safe. Pleasant and effective sheriffs Sale. The american National building and loan company. Is James Mccormick it a1. Order of Bale Athens county court common fleas by virtue of an order of Sale div issued out of the court of common pleas of Athens county Ohio in the above entitled action and it me directed. I shall offer for Sale. At Public auction St the front door of the court douse in Athens in said county and state on Hetero a january Alk Imi at one i o clock p. In. On said Day the Fol lowing described real estate to wet situate in the Village of Athens. Athens county Ohio being in lots nos. Fis and we in c. It. Grosvenor a addition to said Village of Athens. Appraised at. Lot i �140 00 lot to Hio of. Terms of Bale Cash to hand in Day of Sale. C u. Foster sheriff. By 2. S Obi it Obs Deputy sheriff. D. Hobbies puffs atry. Dec. To Jab. I jul to. 40-w. Chas. L. Pettis amp go., Cash produce buyers greased poultry game fur eggs and butter. 204 Duane Street new York. Write for our present paying Prien. Sheriff s Sale. Robert Nelson is Ida Saddler. Order of Sale Athens county court common fleas. By virtue of an order of Sale duly is Scudi out of the court of common fleas of Athena county. Ohio. In the above entitled action and to me directed. I shall offer for Sale at Public auction at the front door of the court Bouse in Athens in said county and state on hat inlay december my hmm at one i of clock p. Inon said Day. The following Dew ribbed real estate to wet situate in Waterloo township Athel county. Ohio Belg a part of the Northeast Quarter of Section a. Town la Range is. Of the Ohio company Purchase bounded As follows beginning at the Northwest Cornet town la. Range Purchase bounded of said Quarter thence South 167 rods to the Center Corner o said Quarter thence East a rods audio links to a poet thence North 167 rods to a Post thence West w rods and in links to the place of beginning containing 4b-acres More or less and being the same premises conveyed by Stephen Thomas and wife to Josiah Rob Nett by deed dated february nth i of a g a Poi Yrd by. Rob Uett by log be u by Ary nth 1679, and bedded in vet it of Athens count by deed records a nettle the a portion of the same premises coned by Josiah Robinett and wife to Thom As april i deed dated april bib Imp and recorded at vol to Page a of said deed records reference to which deeds Tai records is hereby made far a More particular description excepting therefrom i acres heretofore conveyed by Robert Nelson to Abraham Lewellen in the North end of said Northeast Quarter of said Section a. Appraised at Tam of. Terms of Bale Cash in hand on Day of Sale c. H. Porter sheriff. By 8 e. Re does. Deputy her Ltd Jewett a Woop. A Lars atty. Not a to dec. To i of no. <7-wk

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