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Athens Messenger (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Athens, Ohio Nwe % 1-4 a ii the Athens messengers. Wednesday june eczema is Only skin desp May be instantly relieved and Kly healed by Cit an Oline Cranberry Cream treatment Yard externally. Moor Dve Robvrt by. Jan. 7.1918. Scr Era in i bad Taho Cand it Sofij Carat by of eczema woo tar or . It Aho to 18-Montha old daughter of the aame j a. It did tor a what a other treat at Woald do Cawl in to we a Quot Orji Enoch. In writer. 1916. Four rears after. M r. It. Quot it Hui a both Well. A Are Reed of eczema. We fire Roar Ciao Oleate the science has discovered that the Flirl acid like juice found under the skin of the common table Cranbury quickly destroys the tiny parasite that causes eczema and most skin troubles. This Cranberry juice has been combined with sooth lag Cooling Healing oils. The result is Cra Nolene an amazing Eft am that Stamps out the cause of eczema and restores the skin to i natural health and color. Is authorised to sail on a written guarantee to _ Roar Toner kit toils of Hewill Nordo Warha Limneo Tetour to cars none co. My a Girard. Kae. Tor free treatment. To Taro a and $1 Glouster news has just been received of Fhy death of Alvin Dilia a former Athens county school Man which occurred june 13 at his Home at Rainier md., just on the outskirts of Washington. D. C. Or. Dilia underwent a siege of the flu last Winter and other complications developed which anally resulted in his a 1< nth. Or. Dills taught in the ouster schools about 15 years of going from this City to Al any where he was connected with to schools. Liefer on he went to Texas and from there to Maryland. Air. Dilia la survived by his widow i my five children he was a i Nephew to c. A. Vernon of this City. The period last fall and was a Mem Ber in Good standing of districts. Which comprises the mines of Ohio received the sum off. Distribution of the Money in this Valley was in charge of Joseph Richards of this City. Secretary Well of the miners sub District organization was in charge of the distribution in the Hocking Valley. Or. Richards completed his work wednesday and or. Well also practically got through with his part tuesday having about two outlying locals that he would probably not be Able to reach until wednesday. Officers were elected yesterday by members of local Union 278 at line 256 in this City to serve for a period of one year. The officers looted Are chec Weighman Sam Dunnett treasurer de Reese mine committee Solomon Crew win. Johnson and Harry Vaughn burial committee Miles Johnson Thomas Mcallister and Joe Richards audit no committee t. J. Lewis. Forrest Vii them and Sam Meyers tellers Arnee Johnson Thomas Brown and Robert Skinner. Thu. Vigil. .1 Cline pharmacy co. The Cave Man a Mhz i the . Mastered had Yenta top ancient were Granta in stature they lived Long. All they Unfer Toog Wae nature. J they gathered retire for use in Alek Lesa i i to greatest curative Herba Una Here amp Fly used today were handed lows Iraan eaves it past Genera Toni j i nature is a nature healer. I to top can to improve an nature in Snoj in Mineral or drug Ean compare the offerings of nature used by Ive Man. Parts blood Tea users ars bask to first principles. They la that their grandmother and j Long lived ancestors were Coria their practice and theory know that bulgarian blood Tea a peaked of leaves hark Harries herbs plants ate., a exactly what the human ays ism requires for vigorous and healthy Bandi too a. Bulgarian Bland Tea today is Naod ill Toas of Puoplo to every state Union fighting off do season my a weaknesses. They include Happy banging Tate womanhood or a crossing precarious thresholds All proles and need Menf it. Jato strength Anil vitality the becomes Rick and pure and the vim of robust health return wha Ware in Derfl Nklan druggist win tall you that in Pood Tan la an honest planning to All customer a Remc Ndonue Aalta due Hearty endorse Opta of Thor thousand wha urea obtain adj and happiness by its rail druggists. J the funeral of Thomas Stanley of Carbondale a former Glouster resident was hold at the methodist Church in this City yesterday conducted by Rev. J. W. Orr and inter ment wan made in the City cemetery. Or. Stanley died in a Hospital at Columbus. He wan about 45 years of age and married. His father Morgan Stanley resides near Derthick. Glouster is about ready for the free mail service which la to be inaugurated some tuna next month. Street markers were put up some time ago and along most of the streets the property owners have put up their House numbers and installed the necessary mail boxes. Two mail carriers will be put on in the beginning and the service w ill be extended to All parts of the City when necessary sidewalks have been put in As required along some of the outlying streets. Mrs. In Welsch and three children and miss Dora Hedfelt returned monday night from Buckeye Lake where they a Joyed an Outing. Obituary Augusta Josephine eldest daughter of Samuel and Minerva Kenney was born at Pleasanton. Athens county Ohio dec. 15, 1950 and departed this life at Athens o., Friday june 4. 1920 at the age of 69 years 5 months and 19 Days. On oct. I 1867 she was United in marriage to Andrew Parker and to this Union 8 children were born. Her husband and two sons Frank and Cadmus have preceded her to that better land. The following Columbus june 23.�?liquor children survive her Pearl h. And i league endorsements of the past Harley s. Of Athens Wade c. Of make governor James m. Cox the Columbus mrs Ltd Al Moore of outstanding wet candidate for the White Hall Walter and Bess of it forces or. And mrs. Fred Wells and baby returned to their Home in Columbus monday ending a visit of a few Days with or. And mrs. F. P. Rienti and mrs. Susan Wells. Or. And mrs. T. J Walllce of Cambridge former Glouster resident celebrated their Golden wedding yesterday at the Home of or. And mrs. J. V. Jones o Grosvenor Street at Athens. A Large table was spread on the Lawn to which 69 were seated and All did ample Justice to the Bountiful repast. Telegrams of congratulations were read from a number of friends unable to be present and a reception to Many old friends was held at the Jones Home. Out of town guests were or. And mrs. T. J. Wallace and son Frank of c. C. Wallace and three sons of Moline 111., or. And mrs. A w. Sweeney of Akron or. And or. L. T. Siens and children of Columbus. Or. And mrs. C. Of Wallace and children or. And mrs. W. W. Wallace and son or. And mrs. Grant Wallace or. And mrs. John Myers and children of Glouster e a. Wallace and family of Nelsonville or. And mrs. B. C. Mccoy and son of Newark. Or. And mra. M. J. Gardner or. And mrs. Carl Gardner and children or. And mrs. Guy Gardner and children or. And mrs. Harvey Nye and son Floyd and or. And mrs. F. D. Kinney and baby of Chauncey. Tho work of paying Relief Money to the miners in this sub District who were Idle for a period last fall thu be completed not later than wednesday and in round number the sum of $66,000 Hee been distributed to Tho men in Thisa us dts tract. Or. R. G. Peugh is spending the week in Chillicothe with or. And mrs. Alex Johnston and or. And mrs. Harold Ward. Or. And or. Fred Mccoy and two children of Athens were guests for the week end of or. And mrs. George Williams mrs. Mccoy a parents. Miss Anna Jones of Cincinnati la Here for a visit with her parents or. And mrs. Lewis Jones or and other relatives. Miss Gertrude needy has returned to her Home in Crooksville after a visit in this City with or. And mrs. M. M. Lefavor. Miss Dorothy Andrews of Athens is Tho guest of or and mrs. Phil Grey. Cleveland Bess has been caring for her Mother for the past 3 months doing everything a Loving hand could minister. There Are also left to mourn her Joss la grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren and the following Brothers and Sisters Winfield and Murdock of Athens Wayne and Webster of Pleasanton mrs. Charles Leighty of Mechanicsburg mrs. Frank Kinky amp a of Circle Ville mrs. La w Murvay of Albany and a Host of relatives and friends. A brother Lafayette preceded Ber in death a few years ago. The deceased was a member of the first m. E. Church at Athens the woman s Relief corps woman a Home missionary society and the Martzolff sunday school class she was a faithful member and Active in All the organizations As Long As her health would permit presidential nomination according to Wayne b. Wheeler attorney for the anti Saloon league of America who conferred with Ary workers of the state just before leaving for the democratic convention at san Francisco. Quot nothing that i have heard in Ohio would Lead me to suspect that the Public has forgotten the governors record or that the delegates at san Francisco will be allowed to forget it when they come to name their candidate. Quot William j. Bryan s analysis of Tho political situation makes it apparent that it would a suicidal for Tho democratic party to nominate an avowed wet candidate. Quot governor Cox a record As an executive in Ohio would Force him into the position of being a nullification candidate with a record of opposing the will of the people and she has made Athens her Home a willingness to oppose the decision for the past 35 years coming Hereof the highest courts of the land from Bates where she spent Pray Cedar Point june 23�?the annual convention of the Ohio state teachers association opened Here today. It la expected that Between two and three thousand teachers from All Over the state will attend the meetings which last until Fri Day. Quot better teaching methods is the slogan of the meeting. Other sub ejecta to be discussed include Steps to raise salaries of teachers in Rural districts and smaller cities. Measures to keep teachers in the profession in the face of better offers from Industry and business. The convention was called to order this morning by president Wilson Hawkins superintendent of schools at Canton Ohio. Many prominent ohioans will address the convention. Ila. Waynesburg Malvern and Minerva thursday East Canton Louin Ville Middle Branch and Hartville Friday Uniontown. Greentown North Canton Mcdonaldsville and canal Felton returning to Canton in the afternoon. Practically every local truck dealer was represented in the caravan. Cha. Murray of Akron is spending the week with his parents or. And mrs. Ernest Murray by. Mrs. L. A. Arthur of new Vienna and mrs. Lou Craig of Columbus Are guests of or. And mrs. G. C. Fawcett. Good for indigestion if you Are troubled with indigestion take a few doses of chamberlains tablets. They strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. They also cause a gentle movement of the bowels. You will be Sulu poised when you see How much better you Are feeling after aking a few dose of them. Ladies Aid the Plains. June 23 thurs Day afternoon at 13 80 of clock the ladled Ald of the m e. Church will each Man who a Idle for meet with mrs. Robert Graves. To Cully All her life. She was a Good Christian woman a faithful wife and Mother a Good neighbor and Friend and will be greatly missed in her Community. She was ready to go and waiting for the lord to Call her Home. Quot Sunset and evening Star. And Ono Clear Call for me and May there be no moaning of the bar when i put out to sea. But such a tide As moving seems asleep too full for sound and foam. When that which Drew from out the boundless deep when that which Drew from tit turns again Home. When it came to the matter of enforcing Temperance legislation. Quot governor Cox has never lifted his hand or used his voice for the adoption or enforcement of any Laws prohibiting the beverage liquor traffic. When the outlawed wets held up the Law enforcement code for Ohio by a referendum he gave them encouragement. When the Brewers who had been branded by the United states judiciary investigation committee a unpatriotic pro German and corrupt in their political activities attempted to nullify the vote of the Ohio legislature on ratification by an illegal and unconstitutional referendum he was their Friend. When the majority of the voters in Ohio had adopted prohibition and a 2.75 per cent Beer amendment a submitted and Defeated at an election by a larger majority than prohibition Wimbledon eng., june 23.�? americans Hope for Victory in the British National Tennis championship reposes on the shoulders of William Tilden and Richard Norris Williams. The unexpected elimination of the american Champion William m. Johnston yesterday by the British Veteran j. O. Parke not Only proved the first big Surprise of the tournament but it placed the Burden on two americans who had been considered second and third choices. After the terrific struggle Between Johnston and Parke which reached a decision Only after fourteen games had been played in the fourth set the British Davis cup Star was acclaimed with All the the bringing in of the Oil Well that is being drilled near the Moore place in Alexander township has been delayed by minor mishap and Lack of fuel at times but it is now believed that the Well will be completed within a Day or two if nothing else happens to hold up the work. The Hole in now about 1000 feet Down and the drillers say the distance still to go 1s Short. Today several of the men who Are behind the project were Here to Confer with John Cox who leased the ground that is being tested and has always been confident that Oil in paying Quantity could be secured in Thia territory. Boy is killed Columbus june 23 a accidental shot while playing with a revolver yesterday afternoon Herbert w. Miller. 16, died at a Hospital today. The boy alone in his Home at the time of the Accident was Ohio Man attends world conference Columbus june 23.�?slated to leave for Geneva Switzerland next monday As the United states Delegate to the International mining conference to be opened there August 2, g. W. Savage Secretary of the Ohio United mine workers expects to make an exhaustive investigation of the English co operative store system. Any feasible methods Savage said today will be Laid before the miners upon his return. Savage will also make a study of British mining conditions. Auth Coal producing countries of America and Europe will be represented at Tho International conference. Speaking of the Coal situation generally Savage rapped the Railroad for their failure to deliver cars As provided for in the Esch Cummins Law on the pro rata basis. He also denounced Coal dealers who taking advantage of the Situ Tion have boosted their prices. Miners in some parts of the state. Savage declares have not sufficient work to support themselves. Wants Dempsey to meet Bill Brennan Syracuse n. Y., june 23�?daniel e. Mcmahon boxing promoter of Rochester today wired an offer of $55,000 to Jack Keams manager for Jck Dempsey for the title Holder to Box Bill Brennan Chicago heavyweight in a fifteen round bout in Rochester late in August. Mcmahon closed with Brennan hero today and he is now trying to land Dempsey. Dempsey is also offered found by his Mother a widow one third of the receipts from the when a returned Home from work Hie Cash Sloe store Sells Twilight and evening Bell and after that the dark originally carried governor Cox credit due him but american and May there be no sadness of was an ally of the wets. After the i chances was not considered forlorn. Farewell when i embark. For though from out our Bourne of of time and place the flood May Bear me far i Hope to see my Pilot face to face when i have crossed the card of thanks we wish to thank the friends and neighbors and women a Relief corps for their sympathy and kindness also for the Beautiful Flowers sent during the sickness and at the death of our Mother or. Augusta Parker. Also Rev. Strecker for his consoling words at the funeral. The children. Motor driven a new farm ample License Board has been in operation and the legislature had made part of its duties the enforcement of Laws in dry territory As Well As in wets he placed a brewery representative on the state License Board and paralysed the honest enforcement of prohibition Laws. In every contest Between prohibition enforcement and brewery nullification he has secretly aided the enemy. His record justifies his candidacy from the standpoint of the Brewers and outlawed liquor dealers but now that the United states is under constitutional prohibition his candidacy is unthinkable and a men Ace to the honest enforcement of prohibition As the experts rate highly the smashing game of Tilden. He is rated As a dangerous Man with an even Chance to wrest the championship title from Gerald f. Paterson. According to English Experiment ment first rakes Hay together and tors Blue Glass drives files away but then elevates it Hogh enough for Orange yellow or White Glass at stacking. Tracts them. Demonstration of farm trucks is begun today Canton june 23.�?nearly a score of trucks left Here today for a farm truck demonstration tour designed to educate the Fanner to the advantages of shipping by truck. The tour will last three Days and demonstrations of the advantages of shipping by truck will be Given in each town. The itinerary in As follows wednesday East Sparta Magna Oker records Are instantly recognized by the As having Superior qualities / a compare them with others you have played or heard they play in any Standard phonograph we ars also agents for the Chensy phonograph sold on terms. Hickman a pharmacy Nelsonville A Taxa 8b888e? h Down come High prices at Cohn amp Miles underselling store new Brick building next to Post offic Chauncey Ohio we started a drive on High prices some time ago and with the Aid of the Thrifty buyers of this Vicinity we Are proud to state that we can save our friends and customers from 25 per cent to 33 1-3 per cent on High Grade merchandise As we handle. Every one should know that this season has been a very bad season for the manufacturers and the wholesale houses due to the late Spring weather and Railroad troubles. The Banks in the Large cities have refused to loan them Money and the consequence is that merchandise can be bought at your own Price. We were on the Alert and very fortunate since prices took a Tumble and in addition to this we Are going to include our regular Stock of High Grade merchandise and put this goods on Sale to the Public for the next 9 Days. 1 regardless How near or far you live from this store it will pay you Well to attend a Sale of this kind. Sale starts thursday june 24th and ends saturday july 3rd \ everything in the store greatly reduced for this special Sale. J ladies Coats and suits a splendid assortment of faultlessly tailored Coats and suits in the seasons Best styles colors and materials Are offered in this Cut Price Sale. Ladies Coats values to $20.00, now.$12.98 ladies Coats values to $25.00, now$16.98 ladies suits and Coats values to $35.00, now. $24.98 ladies Suita and Coats values to $45.00, now. $29.98 dresses in this department we offer special values in charmingly made frocks in Silks and fancy voile and tub dresses. $8.00 values now$4.98 $10.00 values now$5.98 $15.00 values now$9.98 skirts our Stock of skirts is Complete for the summer season. All the newest styles and materials. $3.50 Wash skirts now$2.48 $4,00 Wash skirts now$2.98 $5.00 Wash skirts now$3.48 25% off on All plaids and Plain color skirts. Millinery dept. In this department you can find All the newest shapes and styles for Spring and we have marked them Down special for this Sale so be sure to inspect our line of ladies misses children a new Spring hats. 25% off dry goods 30c unbleached Muslin now.24c cd. 35c bleached Muslin now27c cd. 35c dress Gingham now.29c cd. 40c dress Gingham now35c cd 50c dress Gingham now.39c cd. 45c Percale Light and dark now35c cd. 30c curtain goods Plain flowered Borders a. 19c cd. 3oc c curtain goods now. 29c towering from.17c cd. Up 75c voiles All colors now59c cd. 50c flowered lawns now39c cd. Ladies waists we have All the newest styles and materials in this department. Regular and extra sizes. Voile waists from.98c up $6.50 crepe de Chine waists at.$4.98 $8.00 Georgette waists at$5.98 $1.50 ladies corsets now98c notions 10c Pearl buttons now6c 5c shoe laces now34c Clarks thread White and Black 40, 50 and 60, now10c Clarks Crochet Cotton All numbers and colors 2 spools for25c House dresses $2,00 coverall aprons now$1.49 $2.50 dress or aprons now$1.98 $3.00 dresses or aprons now$2.48 shoes oxfords our new Spring line of shoes and oxfords for the entire family Are included in this special Sale which Means that you can save about 25% on your new Spring footwear. Tennis slippers at98c pair Wall paper we Are still receiving shipments due us from some time ago and Are going to Cut prices for this Sale All double Rolls. 9x12 colonial tapestry rugs $35.00 value now$26,98 a to to o a it a #191 a a in in a Vacvav. Aaa a in a rn1 in pm re a menus clothing dept. Why pay such High prices for your new Spring suit when you can save 25% during this Sale. Styles and colors to suit the Young or conservative Man. $20.00 suits now$12.98 $25.00 suits now$19.98 $35.00 suits now$24.98 $40.00 suits now$29.98 $50.00 suits now$34.98 $15.00 boys suits now .$9.98 menus pants and overalls $3.00 menus Khaki trousers now.$2.48 $3.50 menus Khaki trousers now.$2.98 $7.00 menus dress trousers now. $4.98 $2.50 menus overalls now.$1.98 $3.00 menus overalls now.$2.48 $5.00 menus uni Nalls now $3.98 menus furnishings $1.50 menus shirts now.9gc $2.00 menus shirts now.$1.49 $3.00 men s shirts now.$1,98 $1.50 menus athletic style Union suits now 98c 20c men gloves now. I2 u c 25c men s garters now. I5c 35c menus silk collars. ,25c in

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