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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1897, Athens, Ohio Notes by the Way gathered by faithful reporters in the Many Small towns of Athens county. I it rest he news of Permin place Anil incident Pat in a readable style Anil sent broadcast by the messenger Anil Herald. Glouster. O. K. Eddy spent sunday at Nelson Villa. Of Boleau of Joy wit calling Here. Monday. Mrs. J. A. Drake is recovering from a severe Siee of illness. Miss spire of Cleveland i visiting Lier sister. Mrs. Ii. Atlas. Or. And mrs. L. Sales of Middleport Are visiting at George in Orn Wehs a. Charles it. Crimes has returned for the Winter from his farm at Chesterhill. Thee. S. A la. Railroad has discontinued the passenger service out of Here. A Iii. Clark and wife have returned from Norfolk ind. Where they spent the summer. Or. Lames Campbell has gone to Hamden Junction where he will locate Penna gently. John Thompson of Corning was looking after i business interests at this Dace. Friday. Mrs. A. J. Crawford has returned from a visit of several Days with relatives in Annsville. A. M. Bryson a teacher in the Public schools has been suffering with sore Eves the past week. H. A. Davis of Fairfield. Iowa a former Glouster resident i visiting relatives Here this week. John Woody of Mountville was thrown from a freight car late saturday night and badly injured about the breast. His condition is serious. Saturday was pay Day at the mines. A number of cases of intoxication was put on record for the first time since the miners strike was begun the first of july. Rev. J. W. Atkinson was Given a birthday Surprise party by members of the methodist night. He will move his family to Groveport next week. . Charles Poston of Buffalo a. Va., is visiting friends at this place. Or. And or. J. C. Harvey were the guests of friends at Marshfield Friday. Or. Simeon Poston and and Nellie visiting friends at Claysville. Sunday. J. Harvey and Alex. Stephenson made a trip to Hocking county on their wheels. Sunday. ,the new Here sunday morning. Mrs. Smith came out from Athens with him. Mrs. Wei Kiev. Who has been quite sick but was improving a Hurt very badly last Friday by falling and dislocating her hip. A Box supper is announced for next saturday night. October in at the Church. All the ladies Are asked to bring boxes and there will be no doubt As to the gentlemen buying them. Several from this place attended the social at Chauncey at the Home of or. And mrs. Win. Mckitrick. The Host and hostess were untiring in their efforts to entertain the crowd and All had a Plesant time. Leslie and Forest Mingus two Small boys of Sand Ridge while driving Down the Chester Hill one Day last week had the misfortune of having part of the harness break causing the horse to run away. The boys were thrown out of the buggy and Leslie was Hurt but not seriously. Mauch Mont. If. I. Howler is teaching school in the Weiss District. Our school is progressing nicely with Isaac Williams As teacher. Mrs. Julia Stephenson who has been quite ill is Able to be around again. Rev. A. C. Hartley preached his first Sermon at the free methodist Church sunday. Clarence Rivers who has been up in Fairfield county cutting Corn is at Home for a Short time. M. B. Tucker and family who have been to Morgan county for about a month have returned Home. Or. And mrs. Henry one and daughter and miss Addie tipple of Canaanville were visiting mrs. Sarah Tucker sunday. Our Post office has been removed to Frank Finsterwald a his daughter miss Blanche having been appointed pos mistress vice m. B. Tucker resigned. Minic mrs. Daugherty is on the sick list. I. Ross and family have moved to Nelsonville. Mrs. Sam Stanton and son have been visiting friends Here. L. Barlow who has been quite sick again Able to be out. Or. Wise is spending a few weeks with friends in Illinois. Norma Wilson of Vinton is visiting her grandparents Here. Mrs. Beasley and sons Are visiting the family of r. R. Marquis. Mrs. Mcvay of Circleville is spending a few weeks with friends Here. Mrs. Elmer Dixon of Chillicothe is spending a week with friends and relatives Here. Mrs. In r. Marquis and daughter Carrie Jennie mowers Aud James Pratt made a Short visit to Amesville recently. Can Aan i i. La. Albertha islet and family have become tenants of mrs. J. A. Baird. Or. And mrs. Henry bean visited relatives at Broadwell Over sunday. Mrs. F. C. Webster and daughter were calling on Athens friends saturday. Mrs. F. B. Poston was the guest of Esquire Logan a family on saturday. At Athens. Vim and Victory How William the conqueror won the throne of England great achievements due to Clear Heads and Strong nerves intellectual and physical giants made by or. Greene a Ner Vura. In a recent Sermon a leading new York Clergyman declared a there is a sense in which might still rules tile world not the might of Bai Barons Battle but the might of Ann and strength of a it i uni serving Lite ends of a High and Noble purpose. A a it was the invincible might of William the conqueror at sen Lac hewing his Way no inst alone to Victory and the throne of England. It was the strength of the mighty physical manhood of Grant that crushed the rebellion and that enabled him even in his death agonies to draw his i ten now mightier Titan the sword and snatch from the jaws of death the crowning Victory of his matchless career. A a for the mind and will of Man to reign supreme Strong arms and Active feet capacious lungs Muscles of steel and nerves of whip Ord Are needed. If immortal work has been done by be it in precarious health if Demosthenes with Bis slight physique Aud Homer and Milton in their blindness so schooled their Powers As to obey an imperious will what might they not have done had they possessed Strong bodies a what is the matter with the american people ? they Are old at fifty and Are worn out just when they ought tie just worn Iii. Ten hours a Day work ten minutes for lunch a hastily eaten dinner sons to he of to the club the theatre or the party unti 11 lie morning hours a this is unnatural. It is suicide. We need More rest plainer food More outdoor exercise and above All More sleep. Benjamin Franklin once Sui i a six hours sleep a for a Man sever. 11 for a woman and v eight for a fool i advise you to take eight record of those who die Horn overwork and under rest i something a or. Greene a Ner Vura for the blood and nerves. This graphic description of the condition and habits of the american people is fully warranted by the facts. Nothing but some pow Erful scientific influence can save our people from racial decay. Such a scientific Agency has been discovered in or. Greene a Ner Vura the Sovereign remedy for nerve and blood derangement Aud All diseases arising therefrom. Are you exhausted in body and mind Are you discouraged and despondent is it hard work to think and impossible to clearly remember ? do not be discouraged or. Greene a Ner Vura blood and nerve remedy will bring Back your strength and ambition and enable you j to March in the Battle of life with the intellectual and physical giants of modern times. If you do not understand your condition or Are worried about your Case Call for consultation and advice or write to the office of or. Greene a remedies 148 state St. Chicago 111, there is no charge for consultation examination or advice. Cooly Illk. F. In. Maxo nand family have moved into a part of the a. F. Pritchard resilience. Or. And mrs. Stewart Devore of new Matamoras Are visiting relatives and friends Here. To. R. Guilder Leit for Indianapolis gris week where he will Complete i course of dental surgery this being his last year. Rev. A. Ii. Henderson was returned to this charge by the m. F. Conference and again enters upon his pastoral duties for the fourth year Here. About Twenty members of the i. O. It. F. Lodge of this place attended the dedication of the new Hall of that i order at Cutler Washington county on Friday. Several delegates from the congregational Church Here attended the Semi annual conference of the churches of the Marietta District held at Centennial Church thursday and Friday. Preparations Are being made to attend the Republican rally of this Campaign at Frost on saturday next. Hon. J. Ii. Garfield and general Grosvenor will be the speakers and a general Awakening will result. Mrs. In Arrish and ii. A. Frame and family have moved into their new residence on Hock Street formerly owned by the late mrs. Bumgardner. Waldo Humphrey and family moved into the old Seminary awaiting the completion of their new dwelling. The Taylor Oakes wedding at the residence of tile Bride s parents at Armenia. Washington the till inst., was one of the pleasant social events of the season. There were about sixty guests present. After the ceremony was performed by the brides Grandfather. Rev. Sedge Wick and after congratulations the Host and hostess served an elegant supper after which the Bride and Groom came to his Home Here where they will reside and be at Home to their friends. Win in a . Win. Met in and j. M. Johnson were in Nelsonville on business monday. Mrs. Elmer Dixon of Chillicothe is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Curtis Todd. Maude Townsend of Pinon Furnace is the guest of her aunt mrs. Elmer Dolittle. Mrs. G. M. France who has been visiting her parents at Hockingport returned Home monday. Misses Mae Kennard. Nannie ii arson. Minnie Kennard and messes. Marion Milar Herb Kennard and Frank Betts attended the educational rally Given at Marshfield Friday evening. The Public gets the Benefit t under the new Tariff there is an increase in Price in All lines of clothing. Anticipating this increase and looking after the interest of a our customers we purchased our increase in the Selling Price. 4 a i fall and Winter Stock of goods $ to Long before the Tariff Bill became a Law which 3 will enable us to save thousands of 7 dollars to the people of Athens and adjoin ing counties in their purchases of fall and a Winter Wear. While we Are enabled to buy our Stock under such favourable conditions there is 4 4 we have not added a Penny to the Selling Price. 2 the saving we have made All goes to our Cus t towers. Our tables and shelves never con tamed a larger or better Stock of clothing hats and furnishing goods and the prices Are 5 lower now than they will Ever be again. Take advantage of the big saving we have been Able to make for you % 4 4 4 4 Hook Tiia the one Price Clothier Hatter and furnished t Moore Russell Block Athens Ohio.4 to a or a fir Quot or a Quot or Quot or Quot or Quot or Quot or Quot or Quot or Quot or Quot or Quot or Zelda. Constable will Graham Aud or. J. William of hulls were Here on important business. To Day. Mrs. George Yager and two Lovely children of Kansas were the recent guests of mrs. J. W. Baird. C. H. Plummer and wife of Marietta. Came Over on their wheels thursday to visit ii. Beans family. Messes. George and Dias. Pilcher drove up to the county seat. Saturday evening and were guests of friends. Webster Bros. Are having a Layoff owing to the River being at such a Low stage that they cannot grind at the Mill. Superintendent Merritt and the teachers of Canaan township held their second meeting Here on saturday afternoon. A. H. Poston of Buffalo. West Virginia and s. W. Poston of sugar greek were guests of relatives Here the latter part of the week. Oliver Hill one of the Best Farmers and also one of the Best republicans of Little Federal was looking for fat cattle in this Vicinity last wednesday their is but Little blowing for wheat done yet owing to the Long absence of rain. Wells creeks rivulets and rills Are All dry As a prohibition Community. Moonlight picnics Are the latest and Are much enjoyed by pleasure seeking parties. As a pleasure resort Canaanville is rapidly coming to the front. Or. John Baird one of our most promising Young men has shaken the dust of Canaan from his feet and has become a temporary resident of the state of Illinois. George Mitchells family occupy the it. Ii. Munn store House which has recently been remodeler and converted into a comfortable dwelling by Webster and Baird who own the building. Sneak thieves Are getting in their work in this Vicinity As Well As elsewhere. Articles of almost every description disappear mysteriously and More than one of our citizens has avowed a determination to Call a halt on nightly intruders with a shot gun. Posing were at 8tkwakt. Miss Daisy Smith Ami o. L ton of the Ohio University Home Over sunday. A birthday Surprise party was held at . Byro Friday evening in Honor of mis it Marne w Barff. Ii. B. Stright of Marshfield Rode Down on his wheel sunday and spent the Day with or. And mrs. F. Ii. Mcvay our schools Are again in session under the superintendency of f. H. Mcvay. Miss Lydia Shepard having charge of primary Grade. Chief dispatcher of the Icv o. S-w., g. W. Plumley and family have been visiting friends and relatives at this place during the past week. Work on the new school building is progressing slowly but surely. The foundation is now finished and Brick work will be commenced at once. Several of the masonic fraternity from this place accepted the invitation of Rev. Dickie of Guysville and attended the special services at the presbyterian Church sunday afternoon. All teachers of Rome township or those expecting to teach Are requested to meet at the town House at Stewart on saturday afternoon. October i for the purpose of organizing a teachers Reading Circle. Wheeler s legacy nerve affected humanity Are his beneficiaries. They Are cured by nerve Vitalizer miss Nellie bodkins is ill with a serious attack of Scarlet fever. Miss Della Robinson was circulating among Albany Friend. The past week. It tie Georgic daughter of Elwood base who a been very Low with diphtheria is convalescing. The sunday school at this place is inn flourishing condition. The y. I a. S. G. F. Is also progressing nicely. Cas Corets stimulate liver kidneys and bowels. Never sicken weaken or Gripe. Report of the it of motion of the first National Bank at Athens Iii the state of Ohio at the close of business october it ii i up 7. Reso aces. Loans and discounts. and to a a a inc t it. S. Bonds to Secund Droit Ion i. S. Bonds on hand. Premiums on 1 .8 Bond. Stocks securities Etc. fixtures due from National batiks not deserve agents. Due from state Bank and Bankers. Doc from approved Reserve agents 1 Hecks and other Cash items notes Al other National Hanks fractional paper eur Rem a. Nickels and cents. Lawful Moue deserve in Batik Var so Legai tender notes to ins no redemption Hind wit it r. S. Treasurer a Quot percent of circulation the times for i 1 old ing for the total Liam uti is. Whitmore amp Morris. A store full of useful articles must be sold to make for our Stock of room Torch. Mrs Mack has moved to Parkersburg. West Virginia. C. G. Dye wife and son attended the Smith Hayes wedding at Frost recently. I Klu Barnhart of Armenia will speak atthe Baptist Church at to jul a. I sunday october 4. Or. And mrs. Marshall Bailey of Cutler were the guests of their Niece. Mrs. Annie i Dun fee Over sunday. S. Fitch and wife of Kilvert have moved into the Kingman House while they Are having their own repaired. Or j. M. Hensley sold his property tuesday and will move this week to j Mingo Junction Jefferson county. A social will be held at John Scarlett s next saturday afternoon and evening everybody is cordially invited to come. The development of electrical Power is now astonishing the world. An Era of supreme knowledge seems to be with us. Astonishing results follow years of patient study Aud research for natures Reserve forces or. Wheeler devoted a life time seeking a site civic for weak and disordered nerves. J lie reasoned logically that As nearly All diseases result from sick nerves a cure would revolutionize the science of Medicine and be a Blessing to Mankind. Many Brilliant men had failed in the same Effort but with the knowledge of their experience he was Able to carry his efforts to a successful end and produce or. Wheelers nerve Vitalizer which is today the Pinnacle in the science of Medicine. Nervous diseases heretofore considered incurable Are treated with absolute Success by this nerve restorer. Evidence of the fact is recorded in every City Village and Hamlet in the country. A recent Case is that of mrs. R. 1>. Lubun Arlington Ohio who makes the following statement which is endorsed by n. D. Stein of same place a i was sick for years with nervous prostration of the most aggravated form. Money was not spine in seeking a cure hut with discouraging results. It was my Glt no Fortune to hear of or. Wheeler nerve Vitalizer which i commenced taking at once and from the use of three bottles i was restored to it is a specific for sick nerves. Sold by Cline s la harm Sacy Athens o fancy fuits fresh Cut Flowers Fine candies Here Are a few prices that Tell More than a whole column of talk do clot lies brushes. 50c. 50c. A a a a 15c. $ i. Of hair a a 65c. $1.50 travelling toilet cases 75c. 25c. Tooth brushes. 5c. 25c. Hand mirrors.10c. Rod be r a s bes t c u t in r a s i i v e r $3. Of 10c. To 25c. Pearl top Lam chimneys. 5c. Water sets six pieces 75c. Japanese Tea sets.75c. 5 quart tin bucket. 5c. 40c. Dish pan.20c. 40c. Copper Bottom Coffee and Tea pots.20c. 35c. Coal buckets.17c. Pott s smoothing Iron set. 72c. And hundreds of other useful articles at your own Price. Choice fruits Fine candies Cut Flowers and bulbs now to be had at our new fruit and Flower stand. Whitmore amp Morris North of Logan s shoe store. A Tikins s Ohio. Capital Stock paid in. Surplus fund. Liidi Voled profit -. I. A lenses taxes paid. Bauk nails outstanding duo loot Lier National Banks duo to Mutt Banks and hanker. Individual deposits subject to Che. Demand certificates of Deposit. And total 14,374 Al 5t>4 50 to $ 50.000 of 10,000 of 1,704 87 11,450 of 13,075 70 1,014 37 41 1.s33 74. 41,944 St i 350,397 i year 1898, in tre St at of Ohio county of Athens is i it. Ii. Moore cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is True to in Best or my knowledge and belief. Ila. Moo or cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this filth Day of october my. L. M. Jew kit notary Public. Co Krecta attest Kunky o Bleness w. I. Bartlett it directors. Ii in Wickham j sheriffs Sale. Felicia k. Welch As executrix of the estate of John Welch deceased. Plaintiff. Is. Eliakim h. Moore it a1. Defendants. Order of Sale Athens county court common pleas. By virtue of an order of Sale duly issued out of the court of common pleas of Athens 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 House in Athens in said county and state on saturday november 13tli, 1897, at one i o clock p. In of said Dav the following described real estate. Situate in Athens township in Athens county state of Ohio to wet All of lot number a Lxiv one pm in sections numbered nine v and fifteen 15 in town number nine la. Range number fourteen Lashio University lands timing the same land conveyed to the said e. I Moore by the president and trustees of the Ohio University by deed dated move in in a 17th, pm. And recorded at volume so Page nth of the records of deeds of Athens county. Ohio excepting therefrom eighty to acres in the South West part of said Lotus surveyed by John Ackley anti granted and conveyed by the said e. La. Moore and wife to the state of Ohio for an Asylum sit by a deed dated november 40th. I few recorded at pages a and jul in volume h5of the records it deed of said Athens county reference to which deed is made for More particular description. Ami excepting also in its numbered one. Two three four. Five. Six. Seven eight nine ten eleven and out lots numbered one two. Three seven eight nine. Ten. Eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen and Twenty eight of the sub division of Richland As platted Ami recorded in plat Book number three Page m of the records of Athens county onto also excepting the right to maintain a sewer offt for the use of the Athens state Hospital from said Hospital to the Hocking River As now constructed and occupied through and under said out lot number four Ann also ext Epi log the right to maintain a Cistern or Well and connect the same with the pumping station on the North line of the Athens state Hospital grounds and connect the same with the Hocking River by a i lie it us picks As now constructed and used. Appraised at five unt died Ana sixth five 5, dollars. Terms of Sale Cash Iii hand on Day of Sale. M m Kiley. Sheriff. Ily i. H to walks Deputy Jewett Wood. Atty for Hen c Green oct. 7 to nov. La fourth judicial circuit of Ohio state of Ohio. Fourth Jinn Tai eau fir it is ordered that the terms of the to cult court of the several i Ontic by said circuit for the year Isis be file As follows to wet Washington Pouncy on the Lith Dav of january and the 41st Day of september Athens county on the int to Day of january ate the 47th Dav of september. Hocking county on the 1st Day of february and the Day of october. Vinton county on the 9th Day of february and the nth Dav of october. Meigs county on the 15th Day of february and the Lith Day of october. Gallia county on the and Day of february and the lath Day of october. La w Renc e cof it y on the 1st Day of March and the Isth Day of october. Scioto county on the 15th Day of March and the 45th Day of october. Adams county on the 80th Day of Mardi and the 3d Day of november. Drown county Oil the nth Day of april and the loth Day of november. Highland county on the 18th Day of april and the filth Day of november. Fick a Way county on the auth Day of april and the a hid Day of november. Ross county on the 3d Dav of May Ami the Day of november. Fike county on the 17th Day of May and a the Day of december. J Al k son cof it y on the 44th Day of May and 13th Day of december. Said term lie guns at 9 o clock a in. September 4lst. Is Thomas , / imme. A. Kuhs pm. La i it a m l. . The the the state of oui Quot Athene count i. D a k Mckinstry. Clerk of the a it court within Ami Tor Athens count do hereby certify the foregoing to and Correct a it of the original order of holding courts in the fourth ju1 District of Ohio now 11 his 1,1 office. 1a a witness my Ham and i Quot Skau i of said court at Tathyn 1 this 41st Day of Heater no it it d i sii7. Ii. A. In. M Al not to it \ to a Hammy a Kinsch do pm sept 3n tog. 1. La. Isti7-Nojt -w3. I snits in by 1,1 Ionea Are Selling Hunter s Points in Hunting territory consult agents of Ohio Centra i

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