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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - August 12, 1923, Athens, Ohio Two the sunday messenger bum fax. Tift tsp of. Luff. Or educational and instructive Brilliant spectacular amazing Athens county fair surpassed by no other county fair in the state August 21-24 Day and night races every Day the purses Are Good and As a result it has brought the Best half mile horses on the track. You will enjoy this big event. The Earle due Fields firework wonderful mines tons of explosives French shells All possessing marvelous effects. Beautiful Aerial displays Star rocket Shell devices fascinating beyond your expectations. The entire display truthfully beggars description Here. See it every night at the fair. $10,000 the biggest Premium list Ever offered you can make your entries now. Get a Premium list and see How Well we pay you. Complete printed list he had of the farm Bureau office or of Frank Biddle Athens. Is Southeastern Ohio a greatest Homecoming event its the place to come to meet and visit with your friends and Neihbors out in the open. Races horse shows exhibits of farm products Midway fireworks and Many other events planned for your pleasure and amusement. It is truly the biggest time of the year and those who miss it will be nothing less than sorry. 4. Splendid service of Young workers really appreciated j Are Well attended Friday you can to afford to miss Tho horse show it will be an education. High schooled horses that have been shown at the big horse shows of the country. It is an unusual exhibition for a county fair. Exhibitions that Are both education. Al and entertaining "what1, new in farm cultivating machinery conveniences for the Home and Home furnishings will occupy a Large part of the exhibition buildings. These displays will introduce Many innovations in their respective lines. Midway of Superior attractions the shows Are Superior to most county fairs and surpassed by none. A rare treat in store for you Here. Done to miss it. August 21-24 sincere appreciation is express a by miss Lewis director of nurse. And other members of the Athens a i county health service for the old services in local churches Given by the m. E Standard Bear Iii. �?z9 wh0 hav made and donated More than a sufficient Quantity of babies clothes during the rest months. It would be hard to eat i j �?�rru., fired Marion mate and put into words the help i respect to the and happiness brought into the departed president who went to hts pm or Home. Of Athens county by last resting place there most spathe work of this organization. I last resting p a Rvl Cea for Quot Many mothers would have suf Vatrena o. Harding were held inhere and Many babies would have i Athens Friday the services were been without the proper Cio Bing i a a churches St Paul a and comforts during the hot sum Catholic Church in Tho morn Najm a month had it for Tho i the. No methodist Church in a a a a e afternoon. The Bervie at St. Paul a Church Lewis. I began at 7 of clock with mass the girls in this chapter of the conducted by father Byrn address on a the Kun flux klan we it is. And what it stands for Rev. Harter explained the origin and operation of the klan and his views on the necessity of it continuation. He was greeted by cheers and applause. Several Robed klan3mea wer in evidence and took on a collection which waa pre enter to the speaker. Athens county has much to offer the fair sex. Time saving devices will be shown too. There will be delicious a i Iii i. A breads and cakes pies and Cooki for preacher by klan canned foods and other women visitors to the Athens county fair. Athens. August 21- 24. Will find it a veritable store mass houb6 of information according to Secretary Frank Biddie. The newest principles of Home a to cnaf17r or making will prove of most interest. Dieted by father Byrn who Standard bearers Hae a a in problems of cooking. Liking. Bak i we Robed in red. The a Rvl. A a in for w�,bom. Punning preceded by the solemn tolling of of mr9 Josyp will to solved by practical and in f toe Church Bell and huh ma., was . And. Have found in exhibit. Mom of the a. Followed by. Patriotic z i., the. Homo of a Tom . Will to put on by. With which father Byrne Eul sized throughout the he. Hove studied Home problems Tho late chief executive As a Quot flan. County and have in a am know Tho a ostentatious. Patriotic and Carls. Nature 0e their latest ways of doing thing Well. Man who will go Down in his More Complete the nature of their tim0.savintr a pvt Stu tory As Ono of the greatest of Amer services. I xxx .1-0 paid tribute a a to presi Lent Coolidge and offered a Fob i Pruc a. All on tempting display fervent prayer for Harding his i Albany Friday evening visitors will Exchange recipes and reared v. Do w. And his i Buccy by Quot to hear Rev. Harter of the meth talk Over Home work problems at the highest office of the land. Mist. F Chauncey give an baking and Canning Booths. Cecelia Collins Sang beautifully Odist Church of Chauncey one a. never fails to interest women visitors to Athens county fair. Such will be the Case to even greater degree this year. Fancy work laces and practical sewing and dressmaking will captivate everyone. Women cannot help but to interested in All the other departments of the fair too since woman s world is widening and Many things of no interest ten years ago Are of vital interest today. The exhibits of fruits and vegetable Garden produce live Stock Poa try. Children s work and labor a. Log conveniences for Home Garden and farm will be equally popular. During the ser Les three favorite hymns of Harding a Lead Kindl it Light face to face and a nearer my god to thee. A Union memorial service was held Friday afternoon at 3 of clock in the first methodist Church and it was Well attended. N. In. Alder Lan representing the Christian Church. Acted As master of ceremony. Introducing the. Speakers. Tho service was opened with the congregational ringing of Quot How finn a foundation a which was followed with a prayer by or. Daniel Mcgurk. Or. James b. Porter then gave a Short. I hut scholarly and Eulogi Stic address Ion the life of Harding. Harding As a common . Without ambition for the office in which he Laid Down his life was the a theme of a splendid address by Dean e. W. Chubb who greatly it i Rod his hearers. Then congressman i. M. Foster spoke of the personal Side of the departed president elaborating on Bis kindliness calmness and his firmness. Or. Foster s talk was Replete with reminiscences of herding that revealed clearly the disposition that endeared him to the nation. The concluding prayer was offered by or. A. Y. Wilcox. An impressive mrs. Lindquist tells women of Middle Ade what Lydia e. Pinkham a vegetable compound did for her y s j a a Kansas City to. I was left in a very serious condition after childbirth and no one thought i could Ever be any better. Then came the a change of life and iwas not prepared for what i had to suffer. I had to go to bed at times to be perfectly quiet As i could not even stoop Down to pick anything from the a West Gay St. a. A a a la. It a i Hoer. Hid not stiffer any pain. But i. A was decidedly nervous Ana could not sipping of irs. A m i re Quot sleep. For nearly two years i was this my miss a Rah Long of and Way an<1 the doctor was Frank enough kindly Light the hymn that has me that he could do no More played so prominent part in the for me shortly after this i happened memorial services for Harding in go a a a a a All parts of the country. In a newspaper an advertisement of Lydia e. Pinkham a vegetable compound. In a few Davs the Medicine was in the House and i had begun its use and i took it regularly until the Fidelity is one of the oldest building and loan in the state and Yve offer you absolute safety. See Sam m. Johnson or write i was Well. I recommend the vege the Fidelity building loan Arni table compound to others when i Savina co., 1 Nave the a mrs. May j Columbus Ohio Lindquist 2814 Independence ave. Kansas City to. In a a Auto and Small rail vehicle collide at Millfield tree to its name Ideal Barber shop Entrance Side of Security savings Bank an Accident which might easily have proved fatal Oce ured at Millfield about 5 of clock Friday evening when a Jewett automobile owned and driven by or. Reese of Glouster tangled at the crossing with a gasoline car being operated on the new York Central line by w. A. Marshall of Charleston West Virginia. Or. And mrs. Reese in the Jewett were going South and Droe onto the Railroad tracks without seeing the Little rower car coming South. I the gasoline car hit the automobile near the front wheels throwing Marshall some distance. Another Railroad employee Riding with Marshall jumped off just before the crash and escaped injury. Marshal Cut about the face and hands and bruised but was not seriously Hurt. The occupants of the automobile escaped injury but their car was disabled. Witness state that both were driving slowly and that neither party was to blame. The store with a reputation for honest merchandising. The Isaac Wilson store Chauncey o. We guarantee what we sell Jiuu Sand Ridge Robert Leland of Zanesville is visiting relatives Here. 1 a party was Given some few Days ago at the Home of Walter Andry Ich in Honor of the John Spyra a family who were former residents of this place. The following Day they departed for t or Home in a Buffalo o. The guests numbered Twenty one. Edgar Brown of this place is now working at the stove factory in Athens. Mary fennel of Chauncey has been visiting friends this place. On account of Tho recent storms the Hay Harvest of this place has been delayed. Lyle Brown of Columbus has been visiting his aunt mrs. Ford and family. Tho sunday school of this place has been having quite a number in attendance and prayer meeting is held each sunday and tuesday evening in Tho big Sandy school. House. J Tho quarantine which was on Tho Homo of Frank Rivers has been taken Down. It creates the spirit of happiness Quot Mundew bakery Glouster Ohio army amp Navy stores of Nelsonville and Athens will always sell you shoes that give Comfort Wear better and Cost you less. More a vanity care you can it As Large or As Small a vanity ease As you wish. The tiniest have. Just room for two puffs Ana Are encased in brocaded cloth an depended from Silken Cord. The i largest Are As Large As overnight cases and contain every possible i cosmetic a Well As much space for incidentals. American Cigar ets Are becoming very popular in China White 8.500,-�ooo.ooqxwar imported bargains for f everybody at Luckoff a underselling store Chauncey Ohio thank you

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