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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1901, Athens, Ohio Met in Athena messenger and Herald Hay so 1901. At Herb Ess Zgeb us Herald is Umunna infer of derail prob Tang campany. Res i. Bush. A a ii for and Manicci. Subscription rates of. La m c tar of paid la Advance. J of Suidt of county Ai paid in Advance. I thu bad a May 30, 1901. Or. K. It. Alderman the senior editor of the Marietta Register who bae been in poor health for the past year or More in reported to be in a critical condition. He lean editor of the old school and advanced with the times keeping abreast of every new improvement that would make the pages of his newspaper More attractive. His friends in this county will be distressed to learn of his serious illness. Since Malcolm Jennings has taken the general management of the Lancaster Gazette a new modern Plant has been installed with a perfecting press and Linotype machines Etc., and the paper has the appearance of a Thrifty live up to Date Sheet. This office received recently a copy of a souvenir edition of the Gazette giving a write up of the principal industries and Public improvements. The edition Marks the change from the old Gazette to the new and Fairfield county now has reason to be proud of a strictly modern Republican newspaper. Or. Jennings started in his newspaper career with the Athens messenger and was later editor o f the Athens Herald and so whatever Fame he May achieve Athens will claim the credit of having started him properly. Out of town news boost Issod Hugh a Icsom Pao. Big run. Mrs. Pearl Blair is on the sick list. Willis connant was at Annsville monday. D. A. Sutton was visiting on Hooper Ridge one Day last week. Mrs. De Clark of Stewart was visiting at a d. Clark s saturday. E. A. Keirn Sof Annsville was ing at big run saturday and sunday. James Martin had the misfortune to have his House Burn Down saturday. Jerry connant of Hixon was a lilt a j?11 at a Ltd Kun 8rtiurdly tuba sunday Benny con fight and family of Federal were visiting relatives at Rig run last week. Uncle Jimmy Rowan and wife of Decatur was visiting at John Rowan s saturday and sunday. Mrs. J. R. Kat Burn and daughter. Mattie were visiting her sister mrs. James Morrison of new England last week. Youba Fisher Smith of Decatur passed through this Vicinity monday. Misses Myrtle and Ossie lannis were visitors at Coolville saturday. C. V. Ruth returned on str Greenwood from East Liverpool saturday. Lew Wigal and family spent last sunday with relatives in West Virginia. Mrs. Parker of i Gan is making an extended visit with her daughter mrs. J. A. Griffin. Mrs. Griffin and mrs. Parker spent several Days with friends and Rel Active sat tuppers1 Plains last week. A gentleman from Decatur township informs us that there Are two cases of smallpox in that township two and a half Miles South of Fillmore. Both patients Are coloured people. An epidemic is feared As a number of people have been exposed. The houses Are now quarantined and the cases Are being treated by or. Trick to of Cutler. Albany. Mrs. Myrtle Wood of Logan is visiting a. H. Dixon and wife this week. Mrs. A. H. Dixon spent the greater part of last week with Marshfield friends. J. H. Cline and h<5 War j Vorhes took advantage of the excursion to Columbus sunday. We. Jack and wife have been spending this week with their son j. L. Jack of Nelsonville. T. W. Coe and w. W. Blake have returned from their Southern trip. They report a very pleasant time. The third quarterly conference of Albany circuit convened at town House at 2, saturday. Rev. Bishop preached a memorial Sermon sunday. We. Vorhes was in Marshfield last week invoicing the goods of Duffee Bros. Will knows How things should be done and started the new firm in Good shape. Rev. J. H. Kirkpatrick was attending the sunday school convention in Carthage township wednesday. He reports sunday school work flourishing in the Eastern part of the county. Why does not Albany have a decoration service on May 30? is our town growing neglectful of the old Soldier has she ceased to cherish the memory of those who paid the Price of their Liberty let us think about it. Lee township Boxwell commencement exercises were held at the High school room in Albany monday afternoon. There were Only two graduates e. K. Schulls and Faye winged their addresses would have done credit to pupils much older than they. A native persian or. Merza will address the people of Albany about june i. He will appear in native costume and deliver Bis lecture a from Mohamed alsm to this will be a rare treat. Come and hear of the far away land and its customs. Plants Villi. Miss Clara Young is visiting Marietta relatives. Grace Powell of Westland is working at Jim love1. Washington Endicott is much worse at this writing. J. H. Bailey is working at Heber Henry s at Amesville. Jont Fawcett has leased bus farm for drilling purposes to a or. Mcbride of Cleveland. The show at Athens Lune 14 promises to be a great attraction to the pleasure seekers of Plantsville. Elijah Vernon who has been living in Missouri the past few years is v a. Ting old time relative and friends. Miss Leora Lambert is thought to be some letter although she is not yet Strong enough to speak above a whisper. Byron Fawcett son of one of our storekeepers g. A Fawcett is 111. Or. Moody pronounces his ailment appendicitis. A. M. Brown of Lathrop who died of inflammation of the brain last week was buried in it. Hermon cemetery thursday. Miss Janie Roberts who has been quite 111 with typhoid fever was United in marriage saturday night to Monroe Rhodes of Lathrop by a. L. Huffman j. P. Misses Edith Randall. May Huffman and Lucille Potts made a pedestrian tour to Chesterhill thursday. Tis needless to say they had a very enjoyable time. Or. O. A. Lambert of Marietta was called Here professionally in behalf of miss Leora Lambert. Miss Lambert who has been subject to nervous prostration the past five years was taken much worse sunday and in addition to the doctor her brother Harley and wife also of Marietta were sent for. They returned to their Home thursday morning. Wolf a Plains. J. Wareham of Hollister was visiting relatives Here last week. Mrs. Catherine Herrold of Nelsonville is visiting her daughter mrs. James Bell. Carl Barker and wife of Nelsonville were the guests of Henry Barker Over sunday. Mrs. Emma Cook of Fulton spent a feta Days visiting her brother j. A. Mccathran last week. Or. And mrs. Edward Barker of Nelsonville were the guests of the latter parents Cha. Peters and family Over sunday. J. A. Mccathran and daughter miss Grace and miss Besse Shaffer were called to Putnam s Chapel near Zaleski thursday to attend the funeral of toe former smother mrs. Mary Mccathran. Vanderhoof. Is buffering Zelda. With mrs. Joe Chase rheumatism. Mrs. Or. Gutherie was the guest of mrs. J. E. Guthrie wednesday. Preaching at the Baptist Church next sunday at 2 p. Rn., also evening at 7 30. The sunday school convention at Lawrence Chapel was Well attended wednesday. There was an ice Cream social at l. Harris1 saturday night proceeds for the Epworth league. Herbert bean and Rob Baker of Guysville were the guests of their friends on Stringtown Ridge sunday. Mrs. Charles Reeves is on the sick list. Mary Daugherty made a business trip to Athens recently. Laban Mcknight is going to move to Hubbardsville soon to be nearer his work. Frank Kenney and h. C. Brooks have been engaged in spraying their Orchards recently. George Reeves came Home Over sunday from Albany where he is employed with we. Moler. Or. Isaac Brooks will read a paper next sunday at the Church on a who made the Devil and where did he come from a let everyone come and hear it. The Boxwell commencement exercises were held at the town House saturday. Harley Reeves John h. Woodruff j. A. Adair and Clarence Johnson were the Young men that had the Honor to make a creditable presentation and receive free tuition from Alexander township. Pratt s Fork. We. Eliot of Darwin began carrying the mail thursday. Miss Jessie Blackwell visited relatives near Athens the latter part of week. William Hoyt and family started for Greenfield last week where they will make their Home. Mack Howard of Letart w. Va., is visiting his aged father who has been in poor health for Many months. A number of people of this Vicinity turned out and gave the Pratt a Fork cemetery a much needed cleaning Friday. Chas. Secoy and Allison Staneart moved the old school building across the Road for Rudolph Burson. He expects to re pair and fit it up for a dwelling House. On account of the i clemency of the weather the memorial services at. The Pratt s Fork Church was postponed until sunday morning june 9. Fannie the Little daughter of we. Howard while searching for a turkeys nest was bitten by a Copperhead Snake. Or. Orr was summoned and the wound proved to be quite serious. Births and deaths in Athens county for the year ending March 31. He England. Mrs. Styres and her two boys went to her Huband in Colorado monday. Miss Susie Baker attended the Epworth league convention at Marietta thursday. Or. And mrs. Harry wharf and granddaughter Gladys of Guysville visited friends Here saturday. Mrs. Brown of Amesville and mrs Jones of Pomeroy visited mrs. Hannah Wyatt and mrs. Spaulding thursday and Friday. 0 u boys. Next week will witness the closing of the Wishington c. H. Public schools for the summer vacation. The past year Bas teen an usually successful one when viewed from the standpoint of the practical application of advanced and approved methods in school work. Our Public schools under the superintendency of prof. H. R. Mcvay and the instruction of a Superior corps of teachers from the primary department to prof. J. A. Harlot the Able principal of the High school have made marked advancement and improvement. The Public schools of Washington c. H. Are keeping apace with the Best schools of Ohio and the splendid work of the pupils of All the grades in the several branches of study exemplifies this fact More forcibly than can be done by Tongue or county Republican. And marriage licence. Merwin Mansfield Canaanville Mabel l. Butts Guysville William Reger and Lillie Smith Athens. William Branden Berry. Athens and Annie Nelson Glouster. Jesse p. Nickason Hull and Mary a. Spooned Anthony. F. M. Davis Albany and Stella Knowlton Zelda. Henry a. Schafer and Blanche Brenen Hollister. We. Colmer and Goldie Cullom. Monroe Rhodes and Emma j. Roberts Bein township. F. A. Currey Buchtel Aru i Enora Miller Floc Wood. Mason Morris and Birdie drugging Federal. W. T. Bean and Mary Washburn Nelsonville. Buckskin Bill s visit. He will bring the greatest exhibition in America to Athens. The greatest exhibition in the world and the one employing the greatest number of people is that of cof v f. Cody Buckskin Bill in h s Congress of the world s famous cowboys scouts and rough riders to whom Are added All the Fine horsemen and women of the world soldiers from Many countries and Many wonderful things not seen anywhere else. The most exciting and instructive exhibition lit the world is the one that will be Lottridge. Born on a recent Date to Jim hol Lan and wife a boy. Arthur Vanmeter of Tupper Plains spent saturday and sunday the guest of Robert Runnion. Miss Mary Klingenberg spent the latter part of the week the guest of mrs. M. M. Riley near Guysville. Miss Myrtle Smith who has been staying with John Stout and family is spending a few weeks with her parents near Sumner. Several from this place attended the ice Cream supper at Leander harris1 saturday evening which was a financial and social Success. Seen Here saturday. June i. It was never before equalled and offers the most Ever offered by any one Man. Buckskin Bill is the oldest and Best scout alive and never fails to give the Public a realistic and impressive history of the West by his i nun men. The Date june i should not be forgotten. Deaths la with one exception All the 28 assessors in the county have completed their report to the probate judge of the births and deaths in Athens county for the year ending March 31. The precinct still missing wednesday noon was Mineral. All the others were reported on schedule time. These statistics Are interesting and important and afford an Opportunity of comparing the death rate with the increase in population. The returns Are not absolutely Correct As in Many precincts the assessors have omitted some births and deaths. However the returns Are approximately Correct. The Large number of deaths reported in court precinct is accounted for by the fact that the Athens state Hospital is located in that precinct. Following Are the births and deaths by precincts with Mineral omitted births Athens .26 College. 13 court.33 Hudson. 13 Ames. 18 Alexander. 7 bern.82 canaan.23 Carthage. Is Lee. 20 Lodi. 21 rome.21 troy.28 Chauncey .33 Millfield. 6 Jacksonville. 46 West Glouster. 40 East Glouster.36 Hollister. 53 Trimble. 44 York. 40 Bessemer .57 Howard. 16 Madison ./.45 Washington. 40 flood Wood. 38 Marshfield. 43 la 105 6 student1 recital. Another in the series of students1 recitals which have won so much deserved popularity at the University was Given thursday night at the College auditorium. A Large and appreciative audience was in attendance and there was not a Dull or uninteresting number on the program. Those who had numbers on the program were miss Minnie Cocker or. Homer Wilson miss Hooper or. T. A. Craig miss Nease miss Wood or. Mcvey miss Bryson. The renditions were highly artistic throughout and numerous encores greeted the performers. The work of miss Cuckler on the piano was particularly commend Aud showed that she is truly an Lulu in la strictest sense of the term. Miss Cuckler on Many occasions before an Athens audience has demonstrated her Superior ability on the piano and in musical circles she is acknowledged to be one of the most prof Dent pianists in the City. The b. A o. So. Has made a slight change in its passenger trains. The time for the arrival of trains in Athens is now As follows a ladles clean your kid gloves with la Belle Glove cleaner for Sale Only by d. Zenner a co. Headquarters for the famous the Jouvin and kid gloves All the leading shades. Nl4w4. To for Chillicothe the Athens county delegation to the state sunday school convention at Chillicothe will leave Athens on the 1 06 p. In train tuesday june 4th. All going to the convention Are invited to go with us. A. B. Saunders Secretary. Agent wanted. I handle out line of celebrated teas coffees spices baking powder Etc., on Liberal commission in Athens and Vicinity. The position will be permanent and Well pay ing a surety Bond of 1800 required. Surety for terms address at once grand Urich Tea cd Wheeling w. A. N22t4 Falla club meeting there will be a meeting of the Pallas club at the Home of the president Satur Dav june 8, at the usual hour instead of next saturday As previously announced Asha k. Pikich president. Memorial at Concord. Memorial services will be held at the Concord Church on saturday. June i Rev. W. A. Roush of Athens will deliver the address. Or. Fenner s blood amp liver remedy and nerve tonic. Slight change of time. Vest bound no. 1, 3 31 a. In. A a a a 73, 10 15 a. In. Ii to a a 3, 12 57 p. In. Liti a a is. 3 36 p. M. To it amp 10 13 p. In. East a a a la .37 p. In. A a 14, 8 .55 a. In. A a a a a 13, 1 04 p. In. Ii a a 73, 2 35 p. In. Titi a a 4, 5 00 p. In. A or. W. 8. Scott of Chillicothe will be at hotel Berry on monday june to. Special attention Given to Eye and ear work. No22-w3 a i have been suffering from dyspepsia for the past Twenty years and have been unable after trying All preparations and physicians to get any Relief. After taking one bottle of Odoi dyspepsia cure i found Relief and am now in belter health than i have been for Twenty years. I can not Praise Kodol dyspepsia cure too highly,1�?T thus writes mrs c. W. Roberts North Creek Ark. Clines pharmacy. O Btu the. Fief satyrs of tin kind Yea i always bought the least in Quantity and most in Quail a describes de witty Slit title Early risers e famous pills for constipation and liver complaints. Clines pharmacy. Spacial bargain sales at Sam Sommers ladies skirts. 24 lined Black dress skirts Selling at 85c. 4 a Quot 200 Wash skirts Selling at 25c each. A Small lot of neatly trimmed Wash skirts at 75r ladies Wash suits. Skirt and Waist Selling at 74c. Special wrapper Sale. Ladies wrappers in Light and dark coloured extra Quality material and Width Only 69c. Bargains in shirt waists. Three lots of ladies shirt waists at Quick Selling prices. Lot no. White Waist All sizes at 39c. Lot no. White Waist embroidery trimmed., 49c. Lot no. 3.�?a world beater at 98c. Special bargains in carpets and matting. Lace curtains. Small lots of lace curtains to close at 19c, 39c, 49c, 69c, 89c. Summer corsets. Sizes 19 to 30 at 19c each. Bed spreads Worth 75c, to close at 49c. Dimitres and lawns. Worth 20c Selling at 124c a Yard. One Case of printed lawns at 24c a Yard. Pongee silk i the most Beautiful goods and Best Quality Ever offered at 19c a Yard. Clothing. Men boys and children s suits included in this Sale Sam Sommer go Gejl Stewart building Athens Ohio. Headquarters for bargains. Grones x link men s furnishes and tailors. Here we Are in our new store room and in better shape to Supply Vona wants in men s furnishings hats and tailoring than Ever before Quot we have dedicated our new room with a business whirl in Straw goods the largest Stock we Ever purchased and the greatest variety. Everything in straws you la find Here. A Good serviceable up to Date Straw hat for 25c. A better one for 75c and $1.00. Our popular new College hat the latest scapes in Ruff braid and Alpine straws Are the lines that Are moving Ai a rapidly and sell come in and see the hats look around and Tell us what you think of our new room. Vacation time Means Negligee shirts plenty of collars Light weight ties bicycles and Golf Hose sweaters Etc. Without these there is a Lack of Comfort. To get an ample Supply of the Best and most stylish of these necessary articles of menus furnishings at a reasonable Price just come Here. Confident we can Supply better goods at lower prices than any store in the a. City. Grones so link. Age done to matter. Teeth need care no matter what the age of the individual. Teeth can be kept in Good order no matter How Young or How old. Our care keeps Teeth in Good order. Our work makes Good Teeth out of bad ones. We want to help you. Lbs. C. H. Amp Edna Thompson do it i huh. Over Cliness drug Stere. Tailors. Hatters and men s furnishes one door South of masonic Temple main St. Athens. Ohio. Hocking Valley excursion in police court. / Geo. Scott a coloured Barber filled up i for Winona Assembly at Winona Lake saturday evening on insanity producing i i hsk1 will be on tale until sept. 14. Whiskey and proceeded to , i Date a one an Ltd one third fare plus 19 per terrorize the j cent for season ticket rate from Athens plus to per cent from citizens along main Street. He managed to get bold of a Long dangerous looking knife at Pickett a restaurant and the manner in which he caused the spectators to get up and dust would have done credit to a band of Snake indians. Scott was finally treed after several had bad a whack at him with clubs and run to Earth. He was taken before the mayor and fined five and costs. Tea acne a amp shh a m Ai minutes Nydi a taxi pair pills. Quot Unco cent a the 811 40. One fare Athens $8 60. For modern Woodmen of America at St. Paul june 7, n and 0, Good returning until june 18. Fare one fare plus two dollars. Annual meeting Imperial Council Nobles of the Mystic shrine at Kansas june 0 and to limited to june 14 one fare plus f2t0 via flocking Valley. A a. H. Hailing insures everything Athens Ohio. J a

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