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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1901, Athens, Ohio The Athens Hessen d Herald May 30, 1901. A a the problem. Lothy in the Nursery can calculate the Price of Ivory soap per cake but it would take a mathematical Genius to calculate its True value. For he must take account of time labor and materials. He must deduct from the Appart Cost the saving in the longer life of the cake in the longer life of the washed fabric in the labor required in the time consumed in the strength expended in the results obtained. When All is finished Ivory is the cheapest soap in the world. It floats. Local Brevi ties. My Ivawn a. A a. J. Frame was in Columbus monday so business. A miss Lucile Lovell of Lathrop is the guest of miss Stella Hobson. A mrs. St. Clair of Marshfield was a business visitor Here Friday. A mrs. C. B. Beverage of Luhring was calling on friends Here Friday. A agent w. H. Moore was in Marietta thursday and Friday on business. A miss Olive charter was the guest Over sunday of relatives in Columbus. A John Speiles of Akron is spending several weeks Here the guest of relatives. A major l. M. Jewett will deliver the decoration address at Covington ky., to mrs. C. W. Super returned sunday evening from a pleasant visit with friends in Indianapolis. The Headquarters of the Ohio fish a game commission will be removed to Columbus about july. A or. And mrs. Al Ward kurts of Columbus were the guests Oyer sunday of Athens relatives. Pc. V. Harris attended a meeting of the democratic state committee in Columbus tuesday. A or. J. H. Johnson is this week at tending the meeting of the grand Lodge of the maccabees at Akron. A mrs. C. H. Grosvenor returned thursday from a protracted stay at French lick Springs Indiana. Her health is improving. College votes. Albert Jones preparatory went to Columbus Friday. Miss Mabel Brison enjoyed a visit with parents at Millersport sunday. Miss Batterson senior was in attend Ance at the Epworth league convention at Marietta Friday. Miss Riley senior and miss Townsend Junior each gave a recitation at the teachers association. Prof. B. O. Higley of the department of history made an address to the graduating class of the Scioto township High school Friday. E. A. Robbins freshman Bas quit school in order to assist in teaching in the Stewart Normal school. The term will last six weeks. Prof. Copeland was present at the Epworth league convention at Marietta thursday and Friday. He addressed the Boxwell graduates at Canaanville saturday. Prof. Doan of the department of psychology also prof. Wilson of the English department made an address before the teachers meeting saturday. The meeting was held in the Chapel. The Active members of the Ohio University chapter of i it Elta tau Delta Are wearing their colors in Honor of Homer a. Wilson whom they recently initiated. Or. Wilson is a member of the o. U. Quark the. The members of the athenian literary society held a closed session saturday evening. The purpose was to select contestants for the oratorical contest in june. The athenians selected were messes. Lapp Jewett and Henson. The judges were professors Doan Wilson and Copeland. The trustees recently gave the y. M. C. A. Association sixty dollars to be used in sending delegates to the Geneva Confer ence the delegates to be selected by the faculty. The following students have been selected messes. Wilson Tuttle Cave and Copeland. The convention will be in session from june 21 to july i and the most of the colleges of United states will be represented. Or. Rugby of Springfield and or. Leavitt of new York City were present at the y. M. C. A. Meeting Friday evening and each gave an interesting and instructive talk concerning the work of the Young menus Christian association. Or. Rugh is state Secretary and or. Leavitt is the International Secretary. The y. M. C. A. And the y. W. C. A. Held a joint meeting saturday evening. Or. Leavitt addressed the association emphasizing the importance of College students Choos log their life work. The faculty and Sev Day. A we. Redrew of Lysander was in Middleport the first of the week on business. Miss Pearl Edington of Nelsonville is the guest of the misses Edith and Blanche Parfet. A a. C. Dyson of Columbus spent saturday and sunday Bere the guest of his friends. A mrs. Sue Roach visited her Mother mrs. Scott at Stewart the latter part of the week. A mrs. W. H. Farrell will leave today for a several Days stay with friends in Columbus. has been in a serious condition this week As a result of a paralytic stroke. A mrs. W. E. Lucas and son of Chillicothe spent last week with miss l. V. Cook in Sunnyside. A mrs. F. H. Dalton is spending a couple of weeks in Columbus the guest of rela times and friends. A mrs. Elmer Coner and sister miss Augusta Smith of Amesville visited mrs. Frank Burchfield this week. A Rev. W. A. Roush is secured As one of the speakers for the exercises on decoration Day at the state Hospital. A a. M. Pilcher agent and operator at Cannelton w. Va., spent a few Days Here the first of the week with relatives. A miss Buxton of Middleport and mits Mabel Murphey of Albany Are visiting their grandparents or. And mrs. Henry Logan. A among those from Mineral who were at the county seat monday were mrs. R. R. Marquis mrs. S. B. Phillips and j. B. Lowther. A mrs. C. E. My Jennings and r. P Jennings returned undo a from a seven weeks. S _ .1____ fwd or. Eugene Whitacre editor of the dispatch in Colorado Springs visited his Cousin. Mrs. F. W. Bush the latter part of the week. George Whipple returned Friday from Ada where he has been attending College taking a course in the department of pharmacy. A a. M. Higley of Rutland was Here saturday on business. Or. Higley was a former athenian and was a practitioner at the Athens bar. A mrs. H. M. Ramsey left saturday for Columbus and will go from there to Washington c. H. For a visit of several weeks with relatives. Eral of the citizens of town met with the students in a mass meeting sunday afternoon in order to Bear these Brilliant Colleg bred men make their last Appeal to the Young men of the Ohio University. It pleasant visit with relatives at new Decatur Alabama. Miss Flora Wheaton of Beaver pa., arrived Here this week and will remain sometime the guest of or. And mrs. H. L. Wheaton and other relatives. Or. And mrs. Fred Davis of Indianapolis i who were visiting the former smother and other relatives Here last week returned Home saturday. Pm. Scott of Cincinnati was called Here the first of the week by the serious illness of Bis Mother mrs. Martha Scott who died tuesday. A or. And mrs. W. E. Leonard arrived Here this week from Sokoto Furnace and will remain permanently or. Leonard having again taken a position with the Hudson school furniture company. A Rev. G. Walton King will deliver the baccalaureate Sermon to the graduating class of the High school next sunday evening in the opera House at 7 of clock. It will be a Union service there being no services at the churches. Pm. A. Noyes of Carthage was in Athens tuesday and had his seventh commission As notary recorded. Or. Noyes is not Only one of the oldest notaries in Athens county but he is one of the Best Farmers in Carthage township. Athens hive l o. T. M. Will hold the next regular review tuesday evening june 4. A full attendance is desired As there will be several initiations. Assessment no. 54 must be paid to the record keeper on or before May 31. A the Athens company uniform ran k. Of p. Will attend memorial service at Logan on sunday june 2, and at Nelsonville on sunday june 9. Be. A. Moore a former student has returned from Ada where he had been attending school the past few months pursuing a course in special work. A a. E. Pickett has returned from Baltimore my where he completed a course in dentistry. Or. Pickett will probably locate in Nelsonville to practice Bis profession. A George Harris of Mcconnelsville a pent monday Here the guest of his brother c. V. Harris. Or. Harris had just returned from Ada where he attended College the past year. Memorial services of the knights of be held in Athens on sunday june 23. The uniform rank will join in the memorial exercises and several visiting uniform companies will be present. To. E. Davis of Columbus came Down saturday and remained Over sunday on business and incidentally renewing acquaintances. He was engaged in court Here saturday in the Case of Kidwell against the Blacut Diamond Coal company. A the. C. T. U. Will meet in regular session on tuesday afternoon june 4 at the Home of mrs. Earl c. , begin Ning at two o clock. Members Are requested to bring the state report for a department review. All women Are invited. A miss Annette Higgins has been elected a teacher in the primary Grade in the Smithfield Public schools at a Good salary. Miss Higgins is a graduate of the Ohio University and is qualified in every Way to fill the position to which she has been elected for the coming year. A the repairing of the knights of pythias Hall was begun the last of the week and will be pushed rapidly to completion the second door will be converted into a Drill and amusement Ball and will be Modernly and elegantly equipped. The repairs will Cost about $1 us a miss Lillian k. Michael principal of the Goshen Indiana High schools has sent this office an invitation to their High school commencement which will be held this evening. There Are Twenty four Giad nates. Miss Michael Bas seven assistants in the High school faculty. A the Metal awnings Are going. The one in front of Hibbard a Wickham s furniture store disappeared since the last Issue of this paper. The room is so much lighter and the proprietors say they have the old metallic shed Back for three times what it would Cost to replace it who a be next sudden death of mrs. Pratt. The death of mrs j. A. Pratt occurred suddenly tuesday afternoon at the Home of her parents near Pleasanton of heart failure. She had left her Home tuesday Forenoon and had Ridden to the Home of her parents and remarked that she never Felt better in her life. Just Arter dinner she attempted to Rise from a chair when she fell Forward and died within a min Ute. She was the daughter of or. And mrs. George Martin of Pleasanton and was married last july to a a. Pratt. The deceased was 24 years old. Funeral services will be held at Pleasanton to Day conducted by Rev. L. G. Matheny. Inter ment will take place there. Ever notice that some women dress stylishly on a sum which enables their neighbors to dress poorly do you know the reason Well ask them. See if their answers Are not about the same. say that when we advertise a bargain they come and secure it. They know by experience that our advertisements Are facts. When they come to the store they find the goods to be exactly what we say they Sale sacrifice of a i of Muslin made suits. The hot weather will soon be Here with a vengeance. Now is a Good time to Complete your Muslin underwear buying. On next saturday we will Start our annual june Sale of ladies under muslims. Corset covers night gowns drawers skirts and the new French chemises being a Corset cover and Petticoat combined All will sell for one week at a straight discount of 20 per cent on regular . Still a few of those Beautiful Satin finished foulard left. These goods sell everywhere at $1.00 and $1.25 per Yard. In order to close them out completely we will sell those that remain at 59c a Yard. Scarce a Vestage remains of the suit Stock that opened the season. The procession has passed on. Among such genuine values and Superior styles there were few linger ers. Bui some will Tarry and the following prices will show that these have been marked for Quick clearance. Suits formerly $10.00, nicely made and trimmed Cut in the latest style while they last at the Low Price $5.75. A few Fine suits left along with the cheaper ones Worth up to $20.00. Your Choice of the lot for Only $ 10.98,the bad weather silk waists. Taffeta silk Jap silk flannel taffeta Satin peat de sole silk waists in All the new colors. In some lines the sizes Are badly broken. The following Radical Price reductions will help us clean up those that Are left. All the High Grade waists Worth $5.50, $0.00 and $0.50, will sell while they last at $5.75. Left a manufacturer overstocked with High Grade Wash dress goods and he was willing to part with some at Liberal concessions. We bought a Large Quantity and give you the Benefit of his special prices. Mercerized silk lawns Selling earlier in the season at 25c now i5c per Yard. Mercerized Pongee formerly 30c now Lac per Yard. D. Zenner amp company agents for butterick patterns. Amusement a for several months the opera House clock commonly known As the City Hall regulator has had a Standard of time All its own and would strike the hours whenever the notion struck it. The citizen who attempted to keep an appointment or make a train by the town o clock would invariably fail causing a fusillade of anathema to be hurled at the four faced regulator that keeps time for the City populace. The cause of the clock s irregularity has been ascertained and it is found that it is no fault of the clock if it fails to do its duty. Its Protection from the elements is inadequate and in a severe storm the rain floods the works in the clock corroding them and causing a general disability of the machinery Friday night the clock was flooded the plastering was soaked and several Square feet was loosened from the ceiling at the Entrance of the opera House. The Chimes of Normandy the Beautiful Scenic opera the chime of Normandy will be Given in the opera House monday evening under the direction of mrs. C. In Norris who has so sue. Cess fully presented this and other popular opera Here. The cast is composed of the leading vocal Solo artists of this Sec Hon supported by a chorus of forty voices and an orchestra of several pieces. It will be a musical treat for the music Loving Public. Prices Are popular. Seats on Sale at Mckee s. Cast or Charm Tow 1870 1901 l. A. Moore a v v manufacturer of and dealer in r Jan s pc. G. Of Bloess of Findlay arrived saturday and will remain a week Here the guest of his parents. Or. Of Bleness for several months was manager of the Findlay Courrier one of the papers in the Patterson Syndicate in the Northwestern part of the state. Or. Of Bleness who held Stock in the company has disposed of his interests and has accepted the position As manager of the Findlay Republican the leading rep Bucan paper in Hancock county. Is will assume the duties of his new position the first of the week. As a business manager he has demonstrated bus ability and the Republican is fortunate in securing his ser vices. A the Washington c. Ii. Herald publishes the announcements of the engage ment of miss Bess Sanderson and or Hamer Conn miss Lida Mclean and or George Fabb of Cincinnati miss Mary Mclean and or. Walter Snyder of Loo Don. The engagements were announced at a six of clock dinner Given the members of the fortnightly club by mrs. Dan Van Winkle. Tile misses Mclean have re Alives Here and have visited Bere and or. Conn was formerly a drug clerk for or. Henderson Here. A owing to the work necessary to the building of the new pipe Organ in the methodist Church the sunday and the morning service on next sunday june 2 will be held in the opera Bouse. Sunday school at 9 a. Rn., preaching at la 3o a in no Epworth league service in the even ing. ,. J a of fing monuments and cemetery improvements. Ser Polette the Good for nothing. Or. F. W. Bush Jermaine the lost marchioness. Mrs. It. L. Plaster Gertrude Village Maiden. Miss Ida dowser Alenri the Marquis of Corn Ville. Or w. I. Jones i Jean Gre Richeux. A Fisherman. J. Milton Kang Gaspard a miser. To. L set Brant. The . Watson Craig the to Maddox the la Wilson the . Watson Craig villagers and attendants of the Marquis. Tsi main Street. Zanesville of Lam Market Street. Wheeling w. 47 third Street Newark o. Ballard Corner court Street Athens v a for the convenience of purchasers in Athens county and Vicinity we have opened an office at la a i lard s Conte r Lour Street and placed it in charge of James a. Dills. Esq. Favourably known in your com in Unity who i authorised by us to secure your orders at the rame p Miclar at our different offices and designs Are Allne w and original and Patron Are thus Able to make their �?olec8swe remain your. , i. A. Mooi a. Spillman Riggs humorist lecturer Solo Whistler and musical Impersonator will lecture in the opera House on the evenings of june 4 and 5. Subjects musical fits and misfits and the humorist Side of life. Or. Higgs was at the Lancaster Assembly last year and returns to fill an engagement with them this year. Riggs has few equals on the american platform. M Dice to Coeline. To whom it Mav Homo in disa readily Hazel i opera Salve. Skin affections will by using Dewitt Witch in it of out for counterfeits. If you get Dewitt you will get Good results. It is the Quick and positive cure for pile. Cline s pharmacy. Stop Tho cough and works off Tho cold. Laxative Bromo quinine tablets cure a cold in one Day. No cure no . Price 25 cents. Every Man desires to own a Home. It May be kept Good As new if painted with Erling i Sterling White Lead. Write Pittsburgh Fot Booklet. A Money to loan. Strider attorneys. Price a if people Only knew what we know about Kodol dyspepsia cure it would be used in nearly every household As there i Are few people who do not suffer from a feeling of fullness after eating belching Fiat lie Nee sour stomach or water Brash caused by indigestion or dyspepsia. A preparation such As Kodol dyspepsia cure which with no Aid from the stomach will digest your food certainly can to help but do you Good. Cline s pharmacy. I notice i hereby Given that until the a the Day of june. 101, sealed proposals will be received Ai toe office of the clerk of the Board of education of Aumsville special school District for building a school nouse on a lot situate in said District and according to plans and specifications which will be on file in the clerk s office on or before the 12th Day of june 101. The lids duly seated up shall be flied with the clerk by twelve o clock noon of the last Day stated in this advertisement. Each old shall contain the name of every person interested in the same and shall be accompanied by a sufficient guarantee of disinterested person that of the my be accepted a contract will be entered into and the not a big problem. A performance of it properly secured. If both labor and material Are embraced in the work bid for each must be separately stated to the bid with the Price thereof. None but the lowest responsible old will be accepted but the Board reserves the right to reject All the bids or accept any bid for both labor and material which i the lowest in the aggregate. Any part of a hid which is lower than the same part of any other old will be accepted whether the residue of the bid is higher or not and it it is higher such residue will be rejected. If the Board believes that there is any col la Lon or combination among the bidders or any number of them the Bias of those concerned therein will be rejected. The contractor roust agree to Complete the work inside of ninety Days from Date of contract. By order of the Board of education of Annsville special school District. Nx.-w4 /. L he War clerk. W. B. Lawrence Ohi Tushy. William stauffer was born in Licking county Ohio in 149, and died at Athens May la. 1901. Tae funeral services were conducted by the order of red men and Rev. Cyrus Rose officiated. Interment took place in the new cemetery. His sister mrs. Maggie Wycoff of Arrowsmith iii., and Bis brother f. A. Stauffer of Plymouth mo., attended the funeral. Another brother j. B. Stauffer is a resident of Athens and conducts a fruit stand near the b a o. Depot. The deceased had been a resident of Athens Many year is buying a Gas stove is not a big problem at All. We have Mem at All prices from 25c to $40.00, and every one is a Gem of its kind saving you nearly its Cost every week in Money and work. Can give you a first class contract in fire life or Accident insurance. Hettick he Bim. 11-w4i c. Be mole the plumber South main Streit. Ath is. Ohio. For constipation sad filch Hudach Mckee a Little liver pills or a of pleasant and effective. If it were not for these scandals of the Prince Lings the world might for get the existence of the Balkan states

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