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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1900, Athens, Ohio
A a Tite Athens messenger and Herald june j i 1900, 5 Pat Money in Yoni pocket pattern your poultry with Wilbur a egg food sold by dealers. 24 pounds 25 cent 5 Pound 50 cent. Fond 15 rents for handsome Chart in rotors showing Standard shapes and True colors of 93 varieties of poultry. Wilbur seed ,. Local Brevi ties. Ivy % a or. J. W. Willis is spending this week at Ironton. A miss Mary Treahey was the guest Over sunday of friends in Logan. A mrs. L. D. Poston of Nelsonville is the guest of friends Here this week. A miss Bertha Smith of Millfield was the guest monday of Athens friends. A mrs. Hall Koons of Buchtel is the truest of her brother or. James Blitz. A or. And mrs. C. H. Welch were in Columbus for a few Days the first of the week. A miss Blanch Andrews of Glouster was the guest of miss Fannie bean sat urday. A a. C. Ours of Pleasanton was about town monday looking after business interests. A mrs. Mollie Poston of Lysander was the guest saturday of Athens relatives and friends. A or. I m Baker of Cincinnati was the guest of his Mother mrs. G. W. Baker Over sunday. A miss Anna Powers of Logan is the pleasant guest this week of Athens relatives and friends. Or and mrs. John Brooks spent san a in Nelsonville the guests of their daughter mrs. Jack. A mrs. James Smith left the first of the week for Portsmouth where she will visit relatives and friends. A a. W. Ullom was in new Lexington. Tuesday where he inspected the new Lexington commander. Pc. V. Harris and t. Ii. Craig left tuesday for Columbus where they Are attend ing the democratic state convention. A Elijah Patton and William Buff of Frost were in Athens wednesday trans acting some business at the court House a mrs. Byron g. Howard and Little son of Cleburne Texas and miss Lulu Poston of Nelsonville Are the guests this week of mrs. T. Ii. Biddie. A major l. M. Jewett went to Martinsville Indiana the latter part of the week and accompanied mrs Jewett Home arriving Here tuesday. A miss hate Scott of Pajarito new j Mexico arrived Home saturday and will spend the summer the guest of her Moth or. Mrs. Martha Scott pc. C. Henson principal of the Athens High schools left the first of the week for his Home in Jackson county where he will remain for a Short vacation. A prof. J. P. Sylvester who resigned the professorship in chemistry in the Ohio University left for his Home in bos ton. Massachusetts tuesday. A major and mrs. J. M. Welch returned tuesday from a month s sojourn at Alva. Oklahoma where they were the guests of or. And mrs. E. G. Welch. Mrs. Her Vert Snowden of Leeds England stopped Over sunday Here in route for Mineral her former Home. She was the guest of or. Arum mrs. E. Vickers. The Young ladies chorus of Hutchinson. Kansas directed and trained by miss Eva Norris of this City took the first prize in a state singing contest recently a mrs. E. In Woodworth and daughter Lena and mrs. E. J. Jones will leave to. R Nelsonville where they will re reveral Days the guests of Rha uves is Marta Welton and miss mar Richard Gardner indicted for murder in first degree at Chillicothe the special grand jury in the Case of Richard Gardner returned an indictment of murder in the first degree at Chillicothe. Thursday afternoon. His trial will be begun in a Short time and if convicted of the murder of Ethel Long As indicted the penalty will be death in the electrocution chair in the Penitentiary Annex at Columbus. Gardner the alleged murderer was arraigned before judge Douglas in the common pleas court at Chillicothe saturday morning and Hon. Archibald Mayo was appointed to defend him. The Date for the trial was not set but it will probably take place within a month. No person in Chillicothe knew that Gardner was to be brought there and there was no crowd at the Union station when he arrived. Sheriff a. T. Swepston had his prisoner on the Steps of the platform ready to leave the train As soon As it stopped. Gardner was hustled to the waiting Carriage driven rapidly to the county jail Ami locked in a cell before a dozen people knew that he had been brought there. At the opening of the court of comm it n pleas saturday morning there were Only a few attorneys a the bar court and those within the rail and not More than ten or a dozen persons occupying the seats outside the Couit. Most of these had no suspicion that Gardner was to be arraigned. At 9 90 a. In. Gardner preceded by sheriff Swepston and followed by Deputy James Devine came across the Bridge from the jail and entered the courtroom. Gardner took his seat in a chair before the court and looked Down at his feet. On being told by judge Douglas to stand up he arose slowly still keeping his eyes Down. To the court s interrogation As to whether he had an attorney to defend him or if he had the Means to employ one he Only Shook his head and muttered the negative whereupon judge Douglas asked Hon. Archibald Mayo if he would undertake the defense of the prisoner. Up it nor. Mayo s replying in the affirmative sheriff Swepston beckoned to Gardner Ami he was taken Back to jail there to await his Day of trial which will prob ably be in the latter part of this month or in the Early part of july. Gardner refused to talk and maintains a stolid indifference of Demeanour under All circumstances. This is in marked contrast to his conduct immediately after his arrest when he talked freely and told a number of conflicting Stokes As to himself and with regard to his proceedings on the Day of the murder of Ethel Long. By the appointment of or. Mayo Gardner was Given the services of one of the Formost criminal lawyers in Ohio the a base will is conducted by prose attorney Claypool who will probated by one or More attorneys state s cutin g ably be Assi i of the Conn there i made total i Dent that to pie of Ross tempt to Tyi i that he h slice. Ooi my item Ltd it Ner item it or threat and it is Evi it of the poo Pri by ii prevent any Aimer tot All relate aught speedily to marriage License Charlesll. Finey. Morgan county and celestia Pugh Pleasanton. Frank Mel Ane Aud Leona heckler both of Carbondale. James t. Martin and Mary Stillwell both of Nelsonville. Henry Warren and Mary Manley both of Nelsonville. Paul p. Hale and Anna m. Ii Aniels both of Athens. Oil Well drilled in. The Oil Well on the Gillett farm two Miles Northeast of Athens a drilled in the first of the week Ami a Small showing of Oil was made. The Well a drilled to the Berea Sand and was reached at a depth of Pion feet. The Well will probably be shot and it is believed that it will in Ike a bom a five barrel producer. Annual commencement of the Athens High school last address by prof Crane. The forty second annual commencement of the Athens High school was held in the opera House Friday evening. The usual graduating addresses were dispensed with and or. William Crane professor of English in the Steele High school of Dayton delivered the class address which was scholarly and instructive. His subject was a culture and he held the closest attention of the Large audience throughout. The graduating class the High school faculty members of the Board of education and the ministers of the several churches were seated on the stage. The program throughout was interspersed with vocal and instrumental selections. Rev. R. Bishop presented the diplomas with a neat and appropriate speech full of Good advice and encouragement. The class Day exercises preparatory to commencement proper were Given in the High school room thursday afternoon at i a o clock. The room was beautifully decorated for the occasion and quite a goodly number of people were present. The meeting was called to order by principal Henson and after invocation by Rev. Haddox miss Pearl Latoush rendered a piano selection and miss Alice Michael delivered the address of Welcome on behalf of the class of 1900. Or. Arthur Wolfe read an essay on a a colonization a and miss Constance Hawk Sang a Solo. Or. Clifford e. Cornwell read an essay on a some developments in the next exercise was a debate on the subject a resolved that the inter oceanic canal under contemplation by the United states should be Neutral a or Otis Wright jr., championed the affirmative and or. Fred Needham the negative. Miss Josie Bradshaw read an essay on a class optimism and or. George Hibbard delivered an oration on a first a hero then a or. John ring read the class prophecy. Miss Frieda Coultrap and miss Lucy Cramner debated the question a should the United states own and control the railroads a miss Constance Hawk delivered an oration on a blather and the or. Herbert in no read an essay on a the need of a commercial and miss Flossie Hackett delivered an oration on a the higher education of a class history was written by miss Gertrude Finsterwald. The closing performance of an interesting class Day was the delivery of the Emerson Ian literary society diplomas by or. S. L. Mccune. Three ordinances introduced in Council monday night to regulate l quor traffic. Three important ordinances were in Traduce monday night in the City coun Oil and All were directed toward the Reg i Illarion of the Selling of liquors in the j corporation or rather to regulate the f closing the. Salem. Of the ordinances asked that the Connell extends the time of closing the saloons rom to o clock As the ordinance now stands toll of clock thus making a change of one hour. That is the main feature of the ordinance while All ordinances regulating the liquor traffic remains unchanged. The second ordinance introduced provided for the closing of the saloons at la o clock and in it is a provision requiring All the blinds of the saloons in dropped promptly at that hour so that an t one could see that the saloons Are empty. It also provides that the curtains remain Down during sundays. The Only difference Between the two ordinances above is that one requires the blinds to be dropped Atli of clock. The third ordinance introduced requires the saloons to be closed at Al o clock As they now Are and in addition provides that ail blinds Khali be Dropp d at that hour. This ordinance differs from the present arrant m non that the Blind Coste Price stores. There is no Money earned so easily As the Money saved on purchases. Money saving opportunities Are thicker Here than most places. That s the unbroken record of nearly half a Century of retailing we give splendid values because among other reasons we ourselves obtain them. Here s a few of the latest proofs 8oo Yards of Fine Dimity which we have been Selling All season at 8c will go on Sale this week at 5ic per Yard. The Eaton tailor made suits As every one knows is the proper dress for lamp diet. We still have too Many on hand and in order to sell every one this month we will make the Price interesting to you. These suits will be just As Good for fall Wear in Many respects As the new goods and you can buy them now at just two thirds the regular Price. $12.90 suits now $8,00. $13.50 suits now $9.00. $15.00 suits now $10 of. $18.00 suits now $12.00, fancy silk and ribbon waists in broken sizes and Small lots Are All we have left but they won t stay Long at these prices regular $5.00 waists now $3.69. Regular $0 and $6,50 waists now $1.73. Ribbon waists made entirely of Satin ribbon and Fine Valenciennes insertion the very latest style in fancy waists will be put on Sale this week at $2.bs a Lucky Purchase of Best Quality All silk taffeta ribbons in every color enables us to sell them to you at a saving of full Toper cent. They Are the most stylish thing just now you know for collars ties belts Etc. No. Of Worth Doc. Special Price 25c. No. Too Worth Isle special Price 34c. We bought a great Quantity of Percale this season. Owing to the cold Spring weather they have not sold As readily As we anticipated but we will make them sell by making the Price an object. Ten patterns of our be t 124c Percale for one week Only 7ic per Yard. Ladysmith hats a new shipment has arrived and those who could not get them last week will find a Large assortment Here now. As a practical summer hat for ladles it has acquired a greater popularity than any hat Ever made. Two styles $1.25 Anil $1.50, m it ii i lit it will be at our store All Day saturday demonstrating the advantages of the celebrated Fay stocking after a full line of these stockings will be carried in our Stock. Here i Lime on d. Zenner amp company agents por butterick patterns. Red men memorial. The members of Mohawk tribe no. 174, of this City will bold their memorial service and decoration exercise sunday at cancan vice. The memorial Sermon will be delivered at Canan Nydle Church by Rev. L. O. Haddox. There i but one deceased member. Fred Birch who death occurred considerably Over a year ago. Smow a a a Quot a a a a open until 8 p. In. Evening during the remainder of the month. A. B. Scott. To it i cur con upts a Lim of waver. Tike ii Curt a us cathartic. 10c or Vij. It a u. C. Lait to euro. Druggie refund Moue. Ivy poisoning Poison wound and All other accidental in juries Nav be Quick a. Cured by using de Vav itt n Witch Hazel Salve. It i Ahu a certain cure for pile and skin disease. Take no other. Cline s pharmacy. In not called for. Bowing i the lint of letter uncalled for in the Post office Rcman it ath ens june la i Hio Burchfield. A a Clinger. Eli Goodman. M w Hawk. Or it v k in Llmer Lui in Laughlin a Volian let Iii ii Mil i to Burn person calling will please say the j. Lucs. Or j a a Milford Rev thou i orrery. Minnie 101, mrs it ii Tittle. Or Zach web in. Ural e we itch. Maud for the above letter y were advertised i. Gir postmaster. Of Wash in he last of St of mis e w Ood. L. Rotten m i ii. To free recitals. Mary picket the the f into built Ilmer Nom it irt1 and in mfr attended it at i m in it a will leave Foi i july i. Members of t in a run flank. Knit he a memorial service my must be put the three first loading tsp for their meeting of t the recon m in two at id a trances rid will or cond re a a by at men i in the Nett Shai if it Multi a would pick t it it. My mid dear. A a Hay 11111 ret la us ride to utile am sure yet a a rep 11 he Miry has Tlle general store of Webster ii Aird St co at Canaanville a been purchased by C Webster a co., together with All Book accounts due the old firm. Anyone knowing themselves indebted to the old firm will please Call and Settle. Of c. Wyhs Ike a co. The chinese ask a How is your liver a instead of a How do you do a for when the j liver is Active and health i Good. Fat a wet to a Little Early Riser Are famous Little pills for Ute liver and towels Cline a pharmacy. A h. H. Hailing insures Tiver thing Athena Ohio. Hose and reels ample Garden and Lawn Hose i necessary. Your old Stock May in Ehi in in i til of i Bitt he or it or a Bou i net i u v Logan. Many of the Athens Monde win attend similar service next Ronda at Nelsonville. A the ladies of the woman foreign missionary society will give a to a it the Home of or. Bishop in Martinsburg thursday evening. June 14. Tea w ill be served at five of clock for 15 cents. Everybody invited. A or. And mrs. I Kun n making the sex Era i week i during their she Many warm fru a a. L. Horn was elected by a commit tee of the faculty to represent o. U. A the students conference at Geneva. Wisconsin june 15-25. He leaves Here today. Returning he will attend the state convention of y. P. S. C. E. At Toledo june 96-3s. Ii l Cook who have in Home Here fur the past it monday for Ironton it a stay Bere they made my who regret to have them leave. Mrs. Cook who Sang in the churches Here several times won a Host if admirer an jog music Loving people. She tosses a Sweet Soprano voice of Hhie Large and of rare Quality and sings with an expression Seldom acquired by Young Singer. Or. And or Clyde Brown and or. Schwefel Are Selling their household at j goods and preparing to leave Athens in a week or ten Day. Or. Brown and mrs. Schwefel will spend the summer in a cottage with or. And or Kiu Ballard on the coast of Maine while or. Brown will locate immediately in new York City. Meb sorial services you in a Way that you Tony not us Quot j on sol c future d instead of Tho plop in about you thinking that you arc Bright he or and witty in heir h a its they think it of a tyrant und pity the Inan xxx Hoha it j. Allison one of the influential citizens of Marshfield was in Athens tuesday and made his report As land appraiser of Waterloo township. Of the Twenty eight land appraisers elected last a firing or. Allison was the first to make his mrs. Albert Lawson of St. Louis Ani her sister mrs. Lade Green of Cam by age were the Gin Sis of Athens frien the t�?~r.-1 of the week from Here they v where they ate the guest if Vav. C Lindley and other a it a. And or. U c. Bean of Gallipoli a topped in Athens the first of the week in route Home from Washington d pm where they attended the meeting of the National medical association. I heir stay was interrupted by the announcement of the serious illness of his sister miss Adda at Ber Boma at Rutland. Held by Sereno Lodge too f., of this City sunday. Appropriate memorial services were held sunday by Sereno Lodge. No. 479, i. O. O. F.,of this City and a Large number a present from the local order and from neighbouring Lodge. Visitor were present from Jacksonville Nelsonville and Albany. In the Forenoon the memorial Sermon was delivered at the presbyterian Church by the pastor. Rev. G. Walton King the Sermon was a most excellent one and was favourably commented Upton by those who listened and especially by the member of the Lodge. Immediately after noon the members assembled Al their Hall Aud forming in line of procession marched to the new cemetery headed by the Athens concert band. An abundance of Flowers bad been gathered Aud were arranged in convenient baskets at the mayor s office. From the new cemetery the old Fellows marched to the old cemetery where the grave of deceased Brothers were decorated. Only the ritualistic service of Lac order w is Given at the Cem it Leilea. Wedded even i in Nyll cell his people error in till f your i Ling lie attention ii a to. Telling to it alb. Jut i in Tim z in a saying. That fact by times Are x i Story and i saying never a Wron next ail who suffer from Pilot will in that Dewitt Witch ii. Ill give them instant and per of. It will rare Cema a Ltd is of county rfcs Flonz to Rel spit and smoke let a i if Anay to quit total Ltd family arid forever be . Full of of nerve and vigor taken Ltd to Bac the it. My r worker that Wmk it w. Tita men Strong. All druggists Boc or la. Cure guaranteed it t raid Sample free a hires Sterling utta in got Chis ago or Lff a York. Tiff i Rcv t ii a to j u a i i to or you May have try in the Pant. Neglected cheaper now it i o t to Ileal in my a Rood Lam c. Mem let. The Plumbe South main rt., Athens. Of o. Gnu in sit xxx Ord i a it her n and daughter and Corinne who have been the or. Or i mrs. Sam i Tommer. Leif r new y k. Y cog a. Illy in Oci. Ii in i Ier crr Keff rho in. I tie a frock Iii a. And listens to it to shame you before Folk it is a ten be thing for a xxx if to comment on a husband s Short undoes before his child Reft. It tis the effect of belittling him in their Eye and causes them to let a th-11 respect flt a him before they re it of Nix the. Fact that he i a much abused Man and the fault lies at your door not his. The wife to be admired alway Revere her husband in the presence of others. If you do not show respect for Bim How do you expect others to do so when they laugh at Birn and make sarcastic remarks concerning him. Deep Down in your secret heart you will resent it and you cannot help realising with a Blush of Hame that it was you who set the despicable example. The sweeten remark i remember was made by mrs. Trover Cleveland when Nome or e commented upon the likens to her Little daughter Ruth to her husband. Quot a should not love her one half so Well if she did not Bear such a close resemblance to her i can any one doubt that such a woman s life i a one grand elect song a i it not necessary to re Law a gushing affection for one Bur by rid in Public but it is Etc Mutry to show him proper respect to yield gratefully if be insert that the i or that must be done i Hen there it a Ethel about. Matter to try to eos by of , us him. The Bend of t up a ii Mak-1 at s2.50 ladies Patent kid with vesting top Good care. Good care of tile Teeth Doe much to preserve them but the dentist does More. He can direct you Ira that care and by Exa at on i ii and in it von from dry o. Hand Frome to Sty in or let Tad the min $2.r50 in amps Al Jones amp. Beal Uksti i a a it. N i shoe a a if j jul Heno Ohio. In i # i
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