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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - March 4, 1923, Athens, Ohio Sunday March 4 19.tue sunday Mussen ceh rag i g sunday b Kines in in a is will meet to a is i Light Moon at 2 o clock at the first in e. Church. Monday City federation meeting 2 p. M. Chamber of Commerce. Election of officers. Miss Jean Gist is entertaining the Active chapter of Pic it to pin at the colonial with a birthday dinner. The Esther class of the Chris Tian Church will moot at the Home of mrs. Fred Lee Tom 47 Maplewood drive. 7 p. M. Six of clock dinner and regular meeting of the athenian Art cooking Chil at the Home of mrs. Ii. A Henry 6 South St red. The woman pen he t association of tile maccabees will meet at 7 p. M. Tuesday Beta Theta i auxiliary dinner at 5 o clock at the chapter House fur the actives pledges and alumni. Mrs. Charles d mob t or. Grosvenor Street will be hostess to the Hobson study Circle rotary club noon Day luncheon at the colonial. Urgent business meeting of Phi p. To Theta auxiliary 2 3�?~� p. A chapter House. Mrs. Anna k. Price and miss leftist Stahl entertain the tuesday club at the colonial. It. S. V. P not later than monday. Wednesday the Higley study Circle will meet with mrs. Emmett in Nan 9 Park place in to a a literary club annual Din-41 r for the husbands at tile Home of or. And mrs. C. I. Jones 8 univ Rosity Terrace. Masonic dance on of series Ai Dent i Nion. Ani party at aliens country Horn maim birthday dinner for major Rose mrs. E. T. , at her 126 East state Street ent at dinner Friday honouring the Iirth Day anniversary of her son. Major Phillips Rose of new York City recently a it turned from Sumatra. The birthday cake with lighted a candles held the place of prominence in the table appointments Bou Vardia in yellow and White were the chosen Flowers. Covers were Laid for or. A it. Harrold son or. Gordon Harrold or. And mrs. W. It. Cable daughter Beth. Or. And mrs. C. H. Harris and daughter Esther major and mrs. Rose and the hostess. Miss Elizabeth of Grady of Banca Ter. Or. And mrs Cha re ? p to sr., arc spending the week end an until monday night visiting Reb Tives in Cincinnati. Mrs William Phillips of Waterloo and her sister mrs. Wesley Phillips of Gallipolis Are visitors in a teens until monday. Mrs. Wil Iam Phillips is visiting her son or Fred Phillips a student of Ohio University and mrs. Wesley Phillips is vital her two sons who played on Tim Gallipolis team in the Toufan Ament. Of my such right across the Small of the Hack or Oer the kidneys a c f ram. Is Abmd Lihsi ii it >5,8s 1,104.31. According to the of v a a v i a a t e in Annua report submitted at. A meet ing it to Send i of Roo puny. Log of stockholders at Whiting in of Indiana in i amounted to Diana today and made Public her or. Henry Eccles superintendent of the Portsmouth schools was in Athens out the we a end visiting former College and Home i friends. Reading club met Friday the Reading club Aas entertained Friday evening by prof Ami mrs. Evart j. Jones at Tho Home of the latter a parents or. And mrs. John Finsterwald 121 East state Street. Quot self Mastery through conscience Auto suggestion Quot by Cone was the program topic. Mrs. Of g. Worstell Ami mrs. Lena Slattery were Tho readers and it. Daniel Mcgurk and or. Pc. F. Mercer the leaders. Or. James Brattin formerly of Athens and or. George w. Wolfe both of Greenfield attended the tournament the last of the week in Athens. Mrs. I o. Yeser of of. Vernon. \. Y., who has been visiting he parents or mrs. A. P. I in Scott. Has left for Columbus am Akron to v Isit Enro Ute to Lier Horn. In Tho latter City she will be tin guest of her brother and sister in Law or. Ani mrs Nehemiah Scott. Or. Clarence Mitchell of Cincinnati who last year held a series of wonderful revivals in Athens county was in Athens saturday the Gin St of Rev. Ray Gardner. Or Mitchell went to Nelsonville today in the interest of the parents International league of which he is an executive member he just closed a great revival at Sidney. Ohio mrs. Josephine Scott. Mrs. Harry w. Hollenbeck and miss Tina Nelson Vav. It to Columbus saturday morning to remain until sunday night. While there they will Sec Julia Sanderson with Frank Crumit. A former Ohio University student in a Tangerine Quot at the. Hart Man. Mrs. Hath Beek will go from Columbus to her Home in Pittsburgh a. She has been visiting her Mother mrs. Alex Nelson and family in Elmwood place violin sat Parker Bros. Tile kidneys break Down. Such conditions you can readily Over i come and prolong life by taking the advice of doctor Pierce which is Quot keep the kidneys in Good avoid too much meat alcohol or Tea. Ably hot water before meals Artem by taking Quot Auric Quot anti and drug store in Tablet form. Ask for or. Pierces an Uris folks everywhere endorse it Delphos i had doctor often too differ it kinds of in Heine for but i never got any better i or four times at night not a any pain. List a soreness in my Back and an Awin i weak i of or. Pierces Auric kidney and Hack a Ter from the first so i went to the drug age and never had any More trouble. A is just a a mrs. C. L. Cramer Send he to or. Pierce s invalids hot. Trial package of Auric. Write or. I or. And mrs. John Baird of Jacksonville were business visitors in Athens. Saturday. Miss Grace Stickney is spending he week end in Columbus. Porum address on so cordial reluctant it Ace but la i would g lit to i he sni a Rda v the Pallas club will in miss Rose. C Church Street. Howard Hall girls dance the fourth annual girls of Howard Hall cd saturday night Academy. It was a Day part even the orchestra was Green the invitations were the made to represent shamrocks the Green being lettered in White. Sixty one couples composed the grand March led by miss Alary ten r and m. O. Hall. Mrs. A. D Morrison Matron of Howard Hall was tile Chaperon. Mrs. Louise cilium has returner with cd Home from a five weeks visit in Huntington As. Va., with her son or. O. 17. Of plums and children. Air. Cullums who accompanied his Mother Home Lins returned to Huntington. During her absence mrs. Cullums was ill Over two weeks Zyvith a severe attack of pneumonia. While there she visited other friends including miss Elizabeth Hibbard Nephew or. Albert Hibbard and family former athenians. Or. Edward Clifford of tire Beasley Auto garage underwent a successful surgical operation Friday at the sheltering arms Hospital for i appendicitis. Rev. Chatley will close revival a service this evening. Dance of the was o Lebrat at Dalton s it. Patrick a name of the and White most attract for the past Christian Church Viva i Campaign or Henry Verity and daughter the misses both Helen and Pupil Verity and miss Sigrid love of Nuj Sonville were the Friday guests of love of or. Verity s daughter mrs. C. A Hooper in West Pylon Street. T ii rec w weeks has Boon in in d by or. The r. I air. Tom Morris of Wrightstown was a business visitor in Athens. Saturday. Or. Ami mrs. C. R. Manikins and or and mrs. J. F. Stevens motored to Columbus saturday to witness Quot Tangerine Quot at the Hartman. They will return this evening. It Fri it of or. And airs j. E. Williams and laughter Louise of Worthington i w e re saturday visitors at the Homo i of mrs. Williams father air. J. I. J aider. 24 West Carpenter Street. Enro Ute to Jerseyville to see or. Williams Mother who is ill. Ohio tag material has been ordered for the next year Bridge party of Friday or. And airs. W. W. Lee. University Terrace entertained Al v owning with four table Bridge. Or. And airs. Harvey c. Baker Colf at bus. Mar. 3.�? a contract those Bidden were or. And air a Are spending a few Days in Colum for 09 tons of Sheet steel to lie Tjw. I joiners or. And mrs. R. J. Bus. Used by Hie state Penitentiary in a St ii Der or. And airs. Homer c. _ tile manufacture of the 1924 Auto Clark. Prof. And mrs. Cd k. Sta lev. Air. George Merritt of Nelsonville License tags has been awarded by air. And airs. W. In Morse air. And and Arr. Rufus Hopkins motored to state purchasing agent Brennan to airs. Clarence Roach. Columbus saturday to see Frank the Youngstown Sheet and tube the High score for women was Crumit their brother in Pill Delta company. The Price was about won by airs. Marengo Roach Ane Theta in they will $40,000. It will make 900,000 tags for hic men air. Homer cd Clark return tonight. I the same Day the contract was carried off the honors. Awarded a Bill introduced by sen i a daintily appointed collation airs. L. V. Brown. 2 University Ator Gardner of Hamilton county Terrace has As her House guest Columbus an i William Tuttle of Kansas City. This Campaign wiil close tonight although or. Rowe has had to return to Columbus or. Chatley will do the preaching and or. Tuttle will continue in charge of the music. A re Cord breaking attendance is e expected in All classes of the Bible set Hod sunday morning and sunday night the Sermon Tope will be a taking a Gambler s Chance Quot. In the past three weeks Mam people have rejoiced once Mort to the Strong messages that have1 been brought by or. Lowe and tile one on Friday night was one of the very Best. His topic was Quot the Leml Christ and the Sermon was drawn from that Ine relent in the life of Christ when his parents lost him anti after a three Dav search they found him in the Temple. Or. Low said in part Quot on this trip his parents became editor Athens messenger your report of my a wednesday evening was land generous that i am let ask for increased is there Are two Points Whit lie very glad to have Broil attention of your readers. It seems to me. Tint the Prosperity Arni Progress of any town Emp Anels chiefly on a pros i rents and Conte it d citizenry. Witless the no Serago citizen is Well paid Wadi fed and eee Gill int Utti. It is impossible tee have a re ally v rigorous anti Progris s sire town. For this reason it a necessary that the average work Man tee Wadi paid. Every Genal it i publican will acres ant sure that High wags and i Quot up idly in Ding together and that. The times liar newer been harder than they Wen during the eras of Tim Long hours anti Low pay. Lucia Asia wages Titi an a larger margin for spending a and a moans to enjoy Tho luxuries jus Well As the by of life i the More Money a Workman receives from id will spend in Down court sit lure at Tho sunday this place has been Ile creased because of sickness but is increasing now. Miss Edna Bolo who is attending Hancock High is spending the Quot week end with her parents air and mrs. Casba Bobet Allar. I i to a or. D. F. Ai a fee out after an extended beige of flu and pneumonia. Aliases Ruth Siokes and Juanita bolster who Are attending Marshfield High ate spending the wee k end with their parents or. And mrs. G. In so Kris and or. And mrs la in bolster. Or. And mrs. Johnson of Kina ate Hie git. St of or. And mrs Virgil Shingler. Lucille picked has returned to Lier school work after being absent a week with the flu. Joint Ai ribbon e f Cincinnati and or. Elmer Clark and sons George and Carle it of Barberton were called Here by the death Elf or m la Lam e a pirate. Wilber finish and James Hester have r Turne d Tegt Zanesville after a few Days Isi with their parents. Or. Arum mrs. John finish and or. And mrs. Charles la her. The father of a ninth sent has just christened him a hat enough will Dee to that father the n Iii grows up will lie a plenty. The Fuller Shoppe the shop for children in Flats dresses.50c to $3.50 boys Wash suits.85c to $5.00 jills Wash dresses.89c to $6,50 infants and children Sall Wool sweaters. $1.00 to $3.50 Buster Brown shoes for boys and girls. 57 n. Court St. Phone 2102 to ire if we were to give you a Good Fountain pen you would gladly accept it because a Fountain pen is one of the most desirable acquisitions for boy or girl Man or woman today. Well sell you one and a Good one in fact the Best Fountain pen in America today standardized for Quality and Well known for ability to give Good service. Many different styles and All at popular prices. Let us show you the life time pen. Porous in exact patronage and and expand in zen has Money labor Tho More it every store up an l it. Stores tire pros proportion to their no store can grow Ess t he average lit i to spend. This truth i of evident or at b ast it ought to be but As a Matt it r of fact tit c Are Many people who feel that i wages Are Hie first place for practice of Economy. Well pit id workmen Taro happier More efficient an i More Loyal than underpaid and a x i plaited ones the Man who re Rev it less than tile average is sullen i it i so busied with the things of this sent Ful Anil discont. It. Do will world that they forgot him and the Man who is g to rom in trial of wages feels co deluded the game. Proposed that the state make permanent License tag. A the wealth of the country is its farms is the Farmers Are strengthened the country is strengthened. Or. Farmer do you need Money to buy land to build or improve your buildings to enrich your soil or to Stock it to pay your debts. We have Money to loan 6% in a Way that tile Burden upon your shoulders is lifted. Iii first joint Stock fwd Bank of Cleveland local representative o. L. Hoisington 03 s. Congress <99---<>r county recorders office. 57 41 Sec old by first mortgage on Athens co m y real estate. Sounds Safe does no to ii. Sible Security. Aii the it is Safe the safest pos funds of the Hie Mutual Home having Assi Are invested that Way no other investments Are permitted under its Constitution and by Laws. Careful appraisal careful title examination the loan not Over two thirds of the appraised value. On deposits�?-6 Vij to on Loans. 5 cd. Ii. J Addicott m. Al Kerr. A. C. Russi Virgile Davis. Directors or. J. Ii. Berry cd in Bircher t. In. Hoover or. J. T. Merwin j. J. Schmidt Field Scott Sec. In. D. Hughes attorney. The weather indicator every Home should have a weather indicator. Forecasts weather changes 8 to 24 hours in Advance. Made of fancy carved Wood with thermometer. Lady Aop Eara in Good weather gentleman in bad weather. Price delivered $1.00 grandson Novelty company i 7 Thompson Street new York City when they forgot him they lost him. Life is so full in these Days that we Are Apt to forget Christ and in the forgetting we Are sure to lose hint. Tho things that canst us to forget him May be Good in themselves and probably Are i it they take the place that rightfully belongs to the master and the first thing we know we have lost him out of our lives. J a this parents found him in the i Temple w Here they had lost i by land it is entirely possible to lose j him in the Church today. In the prayer hint consists entirely of informing god of things ii already i knows in music that is used to do play Talent instead of consecration Lyes even in the Sermon there Max j be no Trace of the Christ because Ile has been lost. Quot when Christ is lost happiness is lost and also the Fellowship with him that Means to our lives Pence strength Hope and love. After he is once lost a Good Ileal of time must j be spent in looking for him. However it. Is entirety possible to and him again As did his parents if resin Only s. Cd for him As they did until lie is under the direction of or. Tuttle the music is inspiring at each service. Mrs Sprague and mrs. Person Sang Quot whispering Hope Quot and the Solo by or. Tuttle was Quot Ivory palaces. Office no. 9 Athens Nat i Bank bldg. 2nd Moor c c a free automobile school of instruction open to everybody absolutely no charge monday evening at 7 30 at Saleroom learn the construction of your automobile and he care of same. Everybody Welcome. The mob Auto sales co. Athens Chevrolet dealers Ohio it Yuo done to have to Hope for health if you will use a tvs Beasley a health flour. Or Seth Harts croup syrup Lias year always he House stood the ii Mii to keep test for 50 he Good. A bottle in sold everywhere a old age insurance the Best insurance against old age financial difficulties i a substantial sax lugs account. Why not Start obtaining that insurance now Opp a Sec i i in savings a. Count and share Iii tile benefits which More than 2,500 of our customers Are tem enjoying. Absolutely Safe. Resources Oxer $700,000.00 a Vav the Security savings Bank led in the Matt i responding by grateful Loyal and contented. Poe Rte is the greatest single cause of misery in the world and there is no better remedy for the disease than increase d Money in the weakly fray envelope. The other Point that i tried to i make was the importance of milk ing the average citizen a property i owner and tax payer. In Cleveland Ifor installer one t nth of the people own a4l the property. While Nim to Are merely renters an i employees. How much better ii would but for Cleveland or Athens either for the proportions to reversed. Tie foot Loose in re free Man has nothing at. Slake except his own skin whereas the property owner is immensely interested in property rights and the maintenance of Law and order. Home own Era Are Home milkers and constitute the substantial reliable conservative class of citizens b re ii son. It is vital to Iii welfare of Athens that re a1 estate he Pul upon the Market that tracts lie open up. And that people who have i ready had ii reasonable profit out of their holdings should put them on the Market and by. Hie other fellow have a Cha Nee. In the Sam i Way it is Tho duty of Loyal Petri Otic citizens who have the welfare of to Quot # n at l it to support Rte savings Hanks building and loan associations and similar organism icons which make or easy for those who want to buy hone a or Bull i hem to do so. Tier cent activity Iii the Wiy of building arid savings a Sofia or Ais in Atli or is a up Hnidj step in the direction of to be a ends and the organizations ought to i Quot actively supported by in by Good citizen. In Short then. A town will be prosperous and progressive in the proportion that its citizens Are pros porous and progressive and this Means that we must pay Thorn a it la in the first place and encourage Thorn to become a it id1,tits arid property owners in the second. Geoffrey f. Morgan. Today i ii Tell of Ben Maxwell it if Harmony. I or lieu Conics fit with smile on i bin. To cat a Idle of noon or night and if we Lune the stuff he likes i Here a Harmony. He like to see Ben come for Tea i rom Harmony. And when lies Here we always try in Lune him Huck Leterry pie for if hint pie Friend Ben can buy i Here s Harmony. We always try to keep Good pie and Harmony. So when in own just drop Armille fat our biscuits Nice and Brown there a no Belier place in town for Harmony than at pierces cafeteria hut will make Yea Iii Dej Dent of Wash Day troubles for Ever after. Whenever Yon want to to Varvi hint whether if Munday or Friday you know you can no More wondering if has laundry will Cornin time or if it suit tile we a lady convenience. J int put your clot he in the smooth wooden Cylinder and when you take them out after hot soapy water a been forced thru them time and time again you la find them cd eau and whole. Call today and let a prow to Yon that you cannot afford to be without the Washer. Athens radio i electric company i Osino Beim. deaths funerals i min ii d the four year old son of or. And mrs. John Ervin of White Hall died Friday of pneumonia. Funeral services will be held monday morn ing at St. Bau a Church. One son. About. 1 i parents. Months old is left to til Tarsi v it hied do son and or Avenue. Xxx it i his o. I Xuy Rem in firs. Mania children. Funeral s ii in Mornin Chapel Cern. Lied Tri there Burl Bury icing Beld Sun k it the at Clark by. Airs. Mrs. Drive night a Lier a Nee. She till rest a old a. John in mint a lighter mis Vii mrs. J. A or lied he Hiil i. A a a Napp no of a a i a i Post a a in a a a a a a a a ass pm a a a a co of do do in of a a of of on do a a 3p do the new Edison London upright $100 a genuine new Edison upright Cit $100 this is the phonograph perfected by or. Edison a $3,000,000 Laboratory search. Its Golden tonal Quality is the actual voice of the artist. The Graceful lines of the London upright Are designed with unusual Charm it will blend harmoniously with the furnishings of any room. You May have the new Edison London upright on budget d Erms. Come in and hear its Beautiful music then let us deliver it to your Home. To a a a it Welt i Aimi Bitis milk and i we a in the i v jul on Jupp do a a wb3mfammebsbs3s3asi p a a

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