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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1896, Athens, Ohio Auditors office costs Honey to advertise in flu m is sgt ii kit am la kit a but it brings big Money to the advertiser. the Athens mks Knoer. . No. A. The Teener anti Herald is always full of Good rending and is always for the Good of read ing. isted Sebald. Athens Ohio thursday Mohning february 20.1890. The Athens Krams vol. Xiv. No is. Leap year Ball. Of Tao most pleasant occasions in the history of the Athens state Hospital. Che amusement Hall of the state bios Wien and Bow. County correspondence. The following is the very entertaining newsy notes Aru personal Mentlo Nof you address delivered by speaker Sleeper at your Nele Bors Ana friends the Republican league banquet at co a Marsh Al eld. A1 was the scene of one of the most j Iamb us on february 12th. The address Mabel straight and Lou Matheny pliant social events in the history of not Only reflects credit on or. Sleeper were guests of Athens friends Friday t institution on Friday evening. The but is full of inspiration Aud encourage j Rev. C. Ii. Karen to Gilt of the disc fide Asimou was a leap year Ball tendered j meat to the republicans of Ohio the lady employees to their gentler toastmaster and Lull friends. The arrangements were publicans a a when and How to get is Tine of life a greatest problems. This rect in every detail and nothing was knowledge is the key that opens the King to make the affair a Brilliant i door to Success. Unlimited opportune i which it undoubtedly was. The unwound us All but few indeed possess the requisite Alu Lity to know what to do and when and How to do it. J it is a master mind that does Alt things Church has moved from Russell to this place. James Rankin f. D. Knowlton and e. L. Wilson attended a Chi Henry at Athens. Tach arrival upon his Entrance to the 11-room, was presented with a rename upon which a list of some qty dances was arranged among Tell were Many Beautiful Waltzes the by popular quadrille and the More re it two Stop. He music was furnished by Selby of a City and it is needless to say was exited in the usual satisfactory manner. Feature calling Forth much com int was the Beautiful appearance of Ball room w hich was brilliantly ill fated incandescent lights being a throughout. Huge Palms the ducts of the Hospital conservatories ago Iii the sub Orns of town bailed and shot. This is timing done by interested a a ii-.-. Is i parties who think we did not have the Rev. E unite of the proper test to the time of drilling Aud hitter part of last week with friends in Wyllo have a Lon hts of Thore tins place. Plenty of Oil in this Vicinity if properly mrs. ,. Hawk is this week with i tested. There is every indication that Coolville. As your regular correspondent is absent will Endeavor to chronicle a few on friends Here the first of the week. Tem from oar ti1i.ko .hi.oobi. i county trom nor elect a a a friends Here tuesday ens visited rein received comic Valentines which tit too r is near Here the latter part of the close for Comfort and Spring candidates we Ltd Are a Bobbing up serenely a from All sections. Also we Are to have our Well Winch was drilled Iii some months i a Tuua. ,. ,. T.,. Of travel to the Large City Aud the High mrs. Or Shaw of Athens is spending fees charged by such physicians. A few weeks with her sister mrs. Jesse j Here Watkins. Can Aan Vul. I. A j to is certainly a Cnance which should will Jackson of Chauncey was calling j not to lost. We Are aware that our people who suffer from nervous Choulet or Long i standing complaints do not have the same Opportunity to be cured As do the residents of the great cities where the i eminent physicians and specialists reside. In other words our people Are de Lias been nothing out of the Ordinary in Greet the happenings of the past few Days sex. A it a cent Iii some of our fellow townsmen a in Watkins of Atli tires near Here the la Tea week i our teacher. Miss Finsterwald sgt ent i k toll or i&Quot&Quot"41 our Are in Oil saturday and sunday with friends near to Cut Quot t 1e�re his Athens. I 1 8k, physicians owing to the Cost Well. Many Are Able to discern what her i>lir<>i1h�?T kit a Coleman and wife in there is Oil in paying quantities in the j therefore is a Chance for Tho sick of our Community which should not miss Mary Filcher who has been be lost. Or. Uraemic of 85 West 14th quite ill for some time is Able to be Street new York City who has the largest practice Iii the world and who is without doubt the most successful Spe should be done others know when it should to done and others How to do it but the combination of All this know ledge j constitutes Wisdom. When and How to i rebuild Aud up build the Ohio Republican league presents itself naturally to our minds upon this occasion. When now. A now is the accented the living present. This Glor Coin minis. O. W. Sinclair and j. I. Tanner Are on the sick list the former being in a serious condition. Operator f. I. Knowlton is working i a few nights at West Junction in place i of a. Bean of Guysville. Charles Oxley will Lake charge of Tho i farm of Nathan Baker who was recently Well already drilled. Miss Maggie Monahan is visiting Lier brother or. A. J. Monahan it Hamden. Or. I Lowen wife and family of Delaware Are visiting his Mother at this place. Miss Lou Lyons is spending a few Days with her brother. J. Lyons who around again. N. W. Linscott contemplates a visit Iii the near future to his Grandfather John Phillips of Ain Estille. Miss Nora Flaherty of Coolville and i miss Nellie Smitti of Beaumont Are guests of mrs. J. E. Flaherty. I. A i 4t� into. Milo of in Hij i hic nun Jia i 1 i of id i of ill i i it Vav 1v ions Ohio Republican year when the appointed superintendent of the infirm i is agent of the i it. A it. A Vav. At dui Toti Ontic o Durovic Ali Tuil in ii it i Tim i yy11 v in it i id from that time the hours were Mer whirled away by the Joyful dancers n elegant supper was served at 11 80 or. John Carpenter the popular scr in the Hospital dining rooms. Tables were beautifully ornament Ith Pink White and Crimson Carua a relieved by garlands of Smilax in rare potted plants in Blossom led handsome Center pieces. Much is due or. Carpenter Aud his As its for the appearance of the tables the perfect service. We append menu which was All that could be ired Cal Tea a lad entire party is United in a single purpose and determined in its fulfilment. H heretofore the league has refrained from personal preferences for nomination least it might in some manner encroach upon the prerogatives of the party organization. Never before within the arranged in convenient places j history of the league has the entire Ile Bonds of fillies interspersed with Republican party has a single Choice. Ii foliage completed the decorations at Anc Shiue Cove Tiou less i than a year ago it was declared 03 tile once simple and elegant. Representatives of the party there As Romanti it at 8 15 Tho Happy devotees Rem bled to he Tho purpose to elect a a Terpsi Clidoro were conducted through i Republican ticket administrative and intricate mazes of the grand March i in Fiji a a dive w a to toe j1� j a hell As governor to Send the Hon. Or. And mrs. Howler of this City Joseph Benson Foraker to the United states Senate Anil the Hon. William Mckinley to the White House. There 1 has been no faltering at any Point in Tho line Biumee that glorious Day. The Republican part was successful by the largest majority Eyer registered in Ohio. Both branches of the general Assembly were made overwhelmingly Republican and our Gallant Foraker was unanimously elected without a dissenting vote Aud without even the dictate of a party caucus. Who within the hearing of my voice has Ever witnessed such grand Success such wonderful party achievements the Only thing that remains to be done to witness the fruition of the declarations of the t convention is the unanimous Aud Heady endorsement of our honoured for Tho presidency of Tho United states. There should lie no faltering now a Here will be none. The Ohio Republican league by a unanimous vote Lins this Day endorsed Mckinley and will help to carry Forward the work so Well began at Zanesville Aud take a prominent and useful part in Tbs Campaign. Ohio is no longer a doubtful state Mong Tim Many Beautiful gowns j and the Republican league has done a the following Are worthy of note much toward taking it out of the Douht a Ruiton Black silk mrs. Or. I fal column. Composed As it is of Active. ,.1 progressive determined Ami ent Busic Lap Blue silk irs. Or. Cook Black tic republicans of Ohio it cannot fail skirt Blue silk Waist with Black to to of great service to its party Here mrs. Cline Black silk skirt liven-1 u Ghio by helping to unify Public sentiment ural instill the proper enthusiasm i Aud earnestness in All its actions towards High and pile hit or a the Junior endeavours and missionary Charles Stewart an employee of the i society had a social session and supper Santa fee r ll., is at Home Oil a Short j at the residence of or. And mrs. J. M. Vacation. The West seems to agree Tidd saturday. A Vita him. M,.is e. Al tid i and miss Maggie revival services at the m. P. Church Humphrey left lust week for an extend closed sunday night. Rev. Cragg goes j de visit with their Mother mrs. Farouk once to i Ilion to begin a series of j line Humphrey at new Matamoras. Meetings. I x lung folks held no enjoyable there w ill be work Iii the masters i leap year party at the resilience used degree at the Marshfield masonic Lodge i Ward Malone one of our general farm-22d inst. A full attendance of Brethren i ors on the Border of town Friday even requested. I my. The p. Lodge of Marshfield will there will be a musical entertainment give an Oyster supper on the evening of at the congregational Church saturday the 2lith. Visiting Brothers cordially evening with prof. Black Leader Aud welcomed. J miss Minnie Cole organist. The pro j. N. Six has put a new front in his i Gram is made up entirely of Home Talent storeroom Aud will put in an entire new Viiu it promises to be above the Ordinary Ciao by in curing All forms of nervous i and chronic diseases offers to give free consultation by mail to till sufferers whom their local physician has failed to i cure. You have the privilege of you Vire 1 i it 1 it i Kulling or. Greene by letter describing in 7ai of hand rum and ill your complaints aint he will. After Oare Beano Athens were guests of hum fully considering your condition Send lean the latter part of the week. Vout i Tufty to it a it Linin of uus your mrs. Ollie Jones of Columbus was i symptoms telling you everything about Stock of goods. Ziggafoos a Sinclair have moved their Stock to Tho Andy Erwin room. Prof. A. Ii. Dixon f. Ii. Mcvay j Nora beverage will Matheny Everett Duffee Don Carter and Cleo Withers 1 attended the teachers Institute at Atli j ens saturday. The government at Washington has again shown its love for the Soldier by reducing the pension of Tom King a worthy though poor old Man from 5�?o to 3s per month entertainment. Among those who formerly resided Here we have noticed within the past few Days. County auditor a. J. Frame or. A. A. Frame of Columbus a. And or. A. N. Frame of Parkersburg a. Va., All of whom were called Here by the illness of their brother or. A. M. Frame Aud also Fred Humphrey who a is located in the Oil Fields of Slaterville w. A. Res celery Ham Cranberry bump hoped oysters ice t Ream macaroons English Walnut i fes raisins bananas Coffee Waters Tongue to i it Kies Turkey Saratoga chips Nav St Alexander. Nearly everybody in this Community Are attending the revival meeting at Linscott. There is a slight improvement in air. Helni Ieko a health so that he can be a l of t some. 8. L. Hayers is expecting to have a Albany conducted by evangelist Wil-1 8avvn 1,1 a a pc to a a hot 011 his form 1u fion \ the near future. W. F. Masters is making a Short visit elder Stewart occupied the pulpit at with his Wile Aud babe at Hubbardsville. or afternoon and deity he left Geneva new 5 of l., a few Davs Mel pc discourse ago and says that he reached the genial i several of the Young looks from Here climate of Ohio just in time to Vert a attended the spelling school Ai the called Lien last tuesday by the alarming physical condition of her father. Mrs. A. P. Linscott was the pleasantly entertained guest of mrs. Jesse Warren of Athens Friday and saturday. George Pilcher of. Chillicothe spending a few Days it his boyhood a Home j the guest of Rev. J. N. Filcher and wife la. Graham of Athens Aud Emmett Carpenter of Harmony were entertained by Graham s Fil mily during the week. Harvey Phillips of Athens the talented and exceedingly popular teacher Iii the Pilcher District is temporarily a member of ii. Ii. I inn a family. The township trustees Aud members of the Hoard of education met at the town House on monday and disposed of an unusually Largo amount of business. A letter from mrs. J. W. Baird and son Wade state that they have left Kansas Ami Are now on their Way Home. They stopped in it. Louis to visit or. Aud George Foster for a Short time Anil will be Home soon. There has been considerable sickness Iii Aud around Gnu Banville during the entire Winter. Those Ufi listed at present arc o. Bean Fred Burch Orpha Graham a. E. Frame and two Small children of mrs. Nurali Graham and mrs. Tames Griffith. Tho favorite amusement of the Day among the masculine members of the Community consists in games of Chance. Charles Inman and a. G. Hill each became the possessor of a Fine Silver watch while a handsome Shotgun fell into the hands of postmaster Hutton after a Lively contest. A your complaint so plainly that you a i 11 understand exactly what ails you. He will also give you his advice based upon his vast experience Ami wonderful Success in treating such cases As to just w hat to do to get cured All this will Cost. You nothing Aud you can thus have consultation with Tho Best known physician and acknowledged most successful specialist in the world without leaving Home and at no expense w whatever. The doctor is the discoverer of Flint greatest of All known medicines or. Greens Ner Vura blood and nerve remedy and he has discovered Many Ottn r most valuable remedies. Write to Hun now for this is a Ranee to get cured which you May never have again. Corege notes. Miss Cobb visited Home friends in Wellston Over sunday. Walter Risley has charge of the higher classes in mathematics during the absence of or. Hoover. Or. E. Leftover of Mountville was Tho guest of c. M. Shepard wednesday. Miss Minnie Brown was recently pledged As a member to the i Beta Phi fraternity. We Are sorry to note the very serious illness of prof. Evans. Or super hip of his classes. Clyde Brown returned to Columbus monday in the interests of the Ohio University. The oratorical association decided by vote monday morning to go Over Tho Hocking Valley Railroad to Delaware Tho very Low rate of ti.25 will enable a Largo number to attend the contest. Or. J. S. Riddle 17, closed a very during a Friendly Sculle Between two successful firn of school in Tho Hixon silk wrist Ami violets mis Rothgeb Lite Dimity la France roses mrs. Jury Din snore Blue moire miss Elton Black silk skirt Garnet silk 1st miss Stevens a handsome Cosie of Pink with iut Carem trimmings furniture of pearls miss Hanlon in silk miss Swister Blue with pet Liffon miss Doyle White Organ miss Grimes Blue 31iss Wheatley re Broadcloth miss sword Black Ulm lace mrs. Clark Black mrs. Ken Miller Cream with violets. Mrs. Lith Gray boucle miss Covert White mrs. Horton Black silk miss in. Black silk lace miss Graham Ite Dimity miss or lesson Black Siik a Brockway silk Ere Pou miss Cun Zhuni White Aud Lavender miss mar Fyk Gold and Brown mrs. Rife Dot lace miss Finney Blue White chif-1 miss bean Black Satin miss Ferri Bluck skirt lilo Waist miss Brad pm White Organ die Satin ribbon miss Courtney White with Black velvet the accomplishment of our Noble aim the nomination amt election of Cue of its members to tile highest office within tile Gilt of the american people. When now. Now is the time for the Republican league to rally about its stardard bearer and with this present object Aud work to bring up the organization even beyond the position it has held Iii the oust. Three years ago tonight in this City it the us Yuhi banquet of this league governor Mckinley said a a the Republican party values irs principles to less Iii defeat than Iii Victory. It holds to them utter a reverse As before because it believes Iii them and believing in them is ready to Battle for them. They Are not espoused for Mere policy nor to serve in a single contest. They Are set deep and Strong in the hearts of the party and Are interwoven with its struggles its life and its . Without discouragement our great party Leai lims allegiance to the Republican doctrine Aud with unshaken Confidence seeks again the Public judgment through discussion. The defeat of 1893 has not made the re Ibous , Black trimming publican principles less True nor red mrs. Sheldon mauve miss aves red Chiffon miss i Niemyer in lace miss Sheridan Black silk i. Mason Black silk mrs. Flustered Pink. Bert Howell intercepted. Sheriff m. M. Riley went to it. Sav our less Faith in their ultimate Triumph the Hope and prophecy of our eminent citizen has been in part at least fulfilled. In tile darkest hour we found him giving words of encouragement and urging his party on to future victories. The history of the Ohio Republican league is Filiti of lessons of encourage Kentucky saturday and arrested 1 Cut. It was organized ton years ago it Howell who was indicted for Burg hut decade we have seen it grow y by the grand jury at the May term 11�?�?�?T a a organisation Over. .1 fit clubs with a membership of Over court in 1894. It will be remembered voters. The difficulty in the past has been to maintain the enthusiasm Aud interest in its organization Mot work with the single High Ideal of education with it some More material present Aud it had done a great it Howell and Wallace swindle were located in the burglar izing of 1. O. Id est store at Lathrop in the Spring 1894. Swindle was captured on the y following and was convicted of Lair j tangible purpose iry and sent to Tho Penitentiary for live irs. Howell skipped the country Aud was known of his whereabouts til recently. When Howell was a j Ted lie waived the right of demand i requisition papers Aud immediately companies the sheriff to Ohio. His severe attack it in Grippe. The Cooley Oil Well is still the Center of attraction. Last saturday flu Oil Rock was reached at a depth of thirteen Hundred feet. A few Days or weeks utmost will decide whether we Are to procure wealth from beneath or by 1 la Endeavor to dig it from tile surface. J. C. Mccook an old Soldier Lute of the 02d, o. V. I., passed through Here on foot last week on his return from Gallipolis to Zanesville were lie had been ordered before the Board of exam ing surgeons Aud having no Money w As obliged to walk the entire distance depending on comrades along the Way for subsistence. At lust its is upon us somewhat later than usual in its arrival hut nevertheless is Here in its most horrible form and Niph Avant details. We refer to the annual hibernating period of that unfortunate class of individuals of which your correspondent is one who from no i fault of their own Are compelled to live Oil Aud travel dirt roads. In Ehtel. Miss Ida Staten is on the sick list. Samuel Grant of Coalgate is visiting friends and relatives at tins place. J. La. Radcliff after Many weeks of continued suffering with rheumatism is recovering. Miss Lizzie Kelley left Here for Portsmouth recently where she intends visiting relatives. Or. And mrs. J. C. Wilks who live Neur a Biens were the guests of w. J. Harper during the past week. The funeral of j. Mullion was held Here sunday. The services were conducted by Rev. James Glover. The Longfellow literary society is making preparation to celebrate Longfellow a birthday the 27tu inst. Miss Christa Lafollette who has just returned from Federal Creek visited friends it Murray City monday. The Junior league was entertained by their president mrs. F. La. Huddy at Lier mothers residence Friday Evtus aug. Boons school House Friday Eymon As usual carried off the honors. The roads Are getting in a Bud condition again and we Are practically mud lion my excepting w Lien fuck Frost comes to our assistance. The Pike question i being discussed considerably. Those living on the Road i rom the county line j toward Aumsville have agreed to give the right of Way Aud to donate the Rock Winch is More than any other Tonto in tin county off to Aud there Are very few roads in the county that arc travelled More than the one from Trimble to Aumsville. There Are Good prospects of the Road from Trimble to the line being completed next season Aud 51 or gun county agrees to put. Their part of the Road Iii shape so we Are Iii h that by another Winter we May get some i Young Mon in la. B. Linn s store one veiling last Wick a Section of show Case vis completely demolished. The boys j refused to pay tile damages and the Case was placed in squared Poston a hands j la is to he impede that tin matter will be satisfactorily adjusted without resorting to further process of Law. Krost. Preaching at the i universalist Church on next sunday morning and evening w. A. Wickham Joseph Patten and Diss Lillie Patten Are recovering from severe attacks of la Grippe. Or. And mrs. Brunei up Pei of Marietta were the guests of the Fil mily of f. Al. Payin on last Hii Tully. The y. P. O. U. Gave a Valentine party 0n s i at the residence of air. And airs. Oscar 1 r a i ii .1 r 1 i Patten on last Friday night for the Ben Good it the Public outlay for Road pm j flu of a or in huk it to it a hsaccen81u every particular. Frank Doan John Grubb Curtin e. Doan Anil Sumner la. Doan represent visiting fives of the Camp of sons of veterans of i a s. A i Lee. Dunbar a Al i miss Blanche frit lids at Athens fames Proctor and will Morris and their wives of Barlow were visiting relatives Here last week. Aliss Lucy Wyatt Lins accepted a position As bookkeeper 1 lid assistant Nile lady for air. Simmons of Murray City. Several car loads of apples have been shipped from Here this week prices ranging from 25 to 45 cents per Bushel. D. I. Breckenridge the superintendent of the schools Here has been elected superintendent of the Utley sunday school. Quarterly meeting was held at Tho Al. E. Church saturday Ulm sunday. Rev. Burns was present unit favored us with two splendid sermons. Miss Winifred Richmond who has been quite sick with la Grippe we Are glad to note is Waguiu Able to assume her duties As teacher of Tho Wurr Euer school. O. G. Tinker i. I. Breckenridge j. E. Blunde ii mid aliases Ethel Gould this place visited the loll Herolt Camp it Broad Well on last saturday night. A oui rude j. Al. Townsend of Latrobe presented to the commander of la. G. Frost Post 841, g. A. A on lust saturday at their regular meeting a Beau Toul Gavel made of Redwood a species of Wood that grows near the oust. Lizzie Moore is recovering from a protracted illness. Miss fungi Beebe visited friends it Frost on last sunday. Cecil the Little son of h. A. Cook bus been on the sick list. A Large number came Over from Little Hocking on the huh hist., to attend the funeral of Ruudolph Crippen a detailed account of which appeared Iii lust weeks Issue of Tho and lakh a la. There is Tuik of consolidating this school District with the one adjoining Aud Fannie Curtis attended the teach 1 us Hie South District no. I As a Means of Economy and convenience. One school House centrally situated would answer All purposes for both districts. Grand urn Good work. Much that has been accomplished by the ledge has been accredited to the other Organiza Tunis of the party. The permanency of the Republican party in my opinion is. Largely due to the lessons the league w this week visiting with relatives at Lins taught and the Bonds of friends ibid Aud Fellowship it has created. Giyei Hickory Grove. Villa Yates is spending this week Iii Columbus. Mrs. Amanda Wood of Wolf a Plains j tins grand army of Voung Aud Active cd will take place it the present term republicans a candidate upon which court. J they Are All United Aud they will de a j Mons Trute their . Now. I is the time for them to renew their vows min i ii m ll0en8# and rekindle the fires of enthusiasm by Manes la. I Aylor Anil Annie Ai. J it thying about the Standard of Mckin Rigi us. Jey and helping to secure his Norwina Jvn Allwoo w. Knight and Lydia under. Tin a a a it election this will add to the Wes Brooks aim Jane Antlions. Skry do the thu 1 a or Quot Quot a a 1 of �?~,r�tt.n/ Zeft mud Hannah Gordon. Quot a Mph co Nunt and Rosie Hutton Imam a Thompson Aud Minnie by a Sioux. Tion but to our party and Commonwealth a Well. This place. C. In Walker returned Home saturday after attending the protracted meeting at Marshfield Dent Carr had to discontinue his Era quarterly Institute held at Athens saturday to. Ii. Glazier of Athens accompanied by ids brother in Law Abner Whittaker of Price Hill Cincinnati was visiting the former a parents or. And mrs. J. La. Glazier saturday and Suu Duy. Harmony. Our literary society is progressing nicely. Melvin Douglass has been very sick but is Orava loading. Our protracted meeting begun it a lurks Chapel monday february 17th. A the eyes he palist will again to at a Putnam a Fletcher a saturday Gebru Ary 29tl>, to examine eyes adjust leases i Etc. Or. Platt is known As our of the j most careful thorough and successful 1 practitioners in Bis profession in this country. He Lins had fifteen years practice in the Largo cities of Ohio Ulm Pennsylvania. His charges Are reasonable. If your Eye change within two years or. La Lutt will give you now lenses tree Noh if. A High liver with a torpid liver will not he u Long liver. Correct the liver with Dewitt a Little Early risers Little pills that cure dyspepsia Aud constipation. Cliness pharmacy several from this place attended preschool at this place for a Lew Days on i Vival meetings at Stroud a run sunday account of sickness. J evening. Meda Oxley has returned from a airs. John Maxwell and sister Nellie several weeks visit with her sister mrs. J of Meigs county Are visiting friends in Bell Decoy in Athens. To big Vicinity i a you us Tuow ? color mrs. Mary Oley spent saturday and Hacie Hill w to is teaching at tile it 0c one any color Rob and 1 sunday with Ber daughter mrs. How Plains spent saturday Aud sunday with Jmst with magic dyes. To cents at Ard Kenney it tick Ridge. 1 Home friends. I j line s pharmacy. John Mulligan who has been sick for miss Kila Hill who is teaching in Thea a a a All a bronchial the Pust two weeks is very Low Aud no Carpenter list riot visited friends in a jus. F. Brown is a candidate for 1 Hopes of his recovery Are entertained. This place saturday Aud sunday. 1 City solicitor. 1 the great cough cure get Relief. District Friday and will in All probability enter College for the remainder of the year. Tin athenian literary society elected Tiu following persons to represent Tho society in the annual contest commencement week c. J. Smith orator Clarence Henson essay est air. J. La. Beveridge debater. J lie most enjoyable event of the season was Tho y. Ai. C. A. House warming at the new dormitory saturday evening. Light refreshments were served. Good music by Tho Many members of Tho music classes was one of the interesting features. A neat Little sum of Money was netted by Tho association and Tho originators of Tho scheme Ere to be congratulated upon their Success. Real estate than Beers. Athens Yim ask. S. Al. Hudson to j. La. Fulton in Lota 788, 7-l Aud 850, fio. Ames Tow Ash of. Michael Hubler a heirs to a pliers a mole ail 81.07 acres in sub division no. J 5, if985, tax value. Canaan Tow Nashif. Hiram Frost to Alice j. Kinkead 74 i acres in sub div. Nos. 8 and la ?400. Harrison Halbirt per will to Samuel Hulbirt i acres in sub div. No. 5, $150. J tax value. township. Hiram Frost to Golden Frost 54.05 a acres Iii sub Day. No. Ii $551. Home township. Hiram Burden to Elvira aloes tax certificate for 15 acres Iii . No. 8. I nor Stem vim ask. Andrews s. Campbell to Aquilla a. Amos in lot 088, 8>800. Jacksonville. C. E. Crawford to Chester Woodworth in lot 190, 1800. Waterloo township. G. W. Graham to Katie Jiin Kurth i acre in sub Day. No. In $125. Presbyterian in urdu notes. Miss Emma c. Slevey had As Lier guest Over sunday Lier sister mrs. U. A. Jones of Albany. Mrs. Or. Crusi Backer Aud master Bower of Weston w. Were visiting the former s sister mis Loduska Bower. Aliases loll Al it Helm and Alabel stright were pleasantly entertained at the Home of alms Blanch Ulm Don tul Lis Suu Duy. Air. Abner Whitaker of Cincinnati Aud alms Blanch Dunbar of a Wen were the recent guest of air. L. La. Glazier and sister. Messes. Pratt Osborn and Jasper Shumate leave to Day to attend the state y. Ai. C. A. Convention held at alans Iteld. They will return monday. Miss Helen Walker has been unable to attend Church and sunday school for two weeks on account of illness. Miss Jennie Kurtz returned last week from a several weeks visit with relatives in Columbus. A a a Murphy amp Moore will introduce musical animals in a Side tracked this season. At City Hall monday evening february 24th

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