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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Athens, Ohio Fill two the sunday messenger a Soho axe new v to Matheny. Sho appeared in a mayor s court. Ear two Days ago and drove away chief of police Pearson i in with the children. Wheeling w. A with extradition the Case Aga not Harold ram Ley paper for or. Verna link. Who to red Star Driver charged with barged with kidnapping her two Porr Tang was dismissed children. When or. Link secur Church of id a divorce from Earl Matheny Day saints. The Coart awarded Tho two children sunday school 9 30 a. In. Prayer Eric 10 10 a. In. Preaching service at 2 00 and 7 p. In. By elder o. T. Griffith of Columbus. Everybody invited. Automobile Accident. Charles Cheseman. Aged four year and son of Arthur Cheseman was quite painfully Hurt of not Are hourly Hurt saturday afternoon when he a knocked Down and a whole on a Ford truck passed Over his body. Tho truck was driven by Clint Fisk of Athens. The Driver was in no Way to blame the Accident was entirely unavoidable As. The Little fellow ran out right in front of Tho car. Ile was carried Home and or. Hows called. No Bones were broken. While he suffers greatly yet it is hoped bus injuries will not prove serious. She leaves a husband and several children. Or. And mrs. Chron Thacher or. Of Columbus Are guests today of the tatter s Mother mrs. Maria Sheppard. Or. And mrs. Frank Brown of Columbus Are guests of their Niece miss Mcnamara at the Home of or. And mrs. John love on Short Street today. A health giving food ice Cream is always a popular treat to every member of the family. Banks ice Cream is enjoyed by the old folks As Well As the Young people of Athens and Vicinity \ a Telephone Call will bring any amount of this wholesome food confection to your Home promptly. Bank a ice Cream co phone 157 72j/2 n. Congress Athens 3 by special at Guthrie Sall this week Arrow timers Quality supreme absolutely guaranteed Pritchard Yeager. The announcement of the marry Igo of mls Clara Pritchard of Nelsonville to Hayes Yeager of Columbus at Wheeling w. Va., on february 2. 1923 has just been made to friends. Or. And mrs. Yeager Are week end guests of Tho Bride s parents. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. J. I. Pritchard of Nelson Ville and is a graduate of n. H. S. With the class of or. Attended Wooster and a graduate of Bliss business College is one of the City s most accomplished girls together with her charming personalities made her a social favorite. After her graduation from Bliss she had held positions As commercial teacher in the Gambler and j Columbus schools and for the past two years has held a similar position in the Parkersburg schools. The Groom has accepted a position As instructor at the Ohio state University Columbus for the coming year where he will take his Bride to live. The countless friends of the Bride Are extending congratulations. Obituary Walter Erwin Brady was born at Happy hollow. December Lith 18$7, departed this life. May 7th. 1921. Age 35 years 4 months and 24 Days. Was United in marriage to Louzetta Hunter Dee. 8th, 1911 to this Union were bom four daughters Thelma age la Ruth age to. Elisabeth age 8 and fays of. He leaves a wife four daughters father Mother one brother two nieces two nephews and a Host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss. One brother and ens Stater preceded him in death. He was a kind and Loving father and husband done everything he could do make Bis Home pleasant and bus family Happy. He was made a k. Of p. In Jan. 1908 and a red Man in 1909 and took a great interest in the teachings of the orders. Markets weeks business review written for i. A. A new York. May 19.�?building operations All Over the country Are being held up by High Cost of labor. Advances in the prices of materials and threatened strikes by members of Tho construction trades despite the decrease in buying factories in the Industrial Sones in Tho Eastern states continue Busy Stock log up with surplus materials. Failures business failures this week totalled 339, with 342 the previous week and 448 this week last year. Bank clearings total Bank clearings of the United states this week Are estimated at 93.172,794,541. Against 97,50,-841,088 last week and 97,425,842,-824 this week last year. Stock Market the average Price of Twenty representative Industrial issues on the new York Stock Exchange was 95.-07, against 98.45 last week and 94.81 this week last year. The average Price of Twenty representative railway issues was 84.13. Compared with 86.04 last week Ait 86.03 this week last year. Grain there was a farther decline in Grain prices this week. The visible Supply of wheat decreased 2,247, bunday May 28. Till. Moses to speak i a picnic is where everybody f one Gardener tells us he plants particularly Moses went to the takes pickles and wonders Why them so fast is thinks he i White House he said to urge the j there in t enough Fried Chicken j broken the seed limit. President to make a few speeches in Minnesota on his Western rip in june. He pointed out the serious Ness of party conditions there do i daring supreme efforts would have to be made to retain one Senate neat in that state from the Farmer labovites in View of senator key Loggy a defeat last fall by or. Henrik Shipstead Standard bearer of the Farmer Laborte party. Because plans for his trip to the coast and Alaska have been virtually completed calling for a journey through the Southwest or. Harding said he would be unable to go to Minnesota. Instead he is going to Issue a rallying cry appealing to republicans to get firmly behind the nominee in the primary on june 18. Violins Parker Bros we wish to thank the minister., 4 4 the orders and undertaker for their000 Luau Quot a in t0 a Tater ship faithful service and encouraging the a Waible Supply of Corn words in this time of great trials also the Many friends and neighbors for their services and most decreased 8,780,000 bushels. Alumni banquet. The annual alumni banquet of the Nelsonville High school will be held Friday evening Juno i at the Christian Church auditorium. The banquet will be enjoyed at 8 30 with mayor e. S. Mccune As toastmaster the following program will be Given welcoming address. Mrs. L. J. Eberle Hayne the Alma mater. Mrs. N. Hill the Luti vocal Solo. Mrs. Earl Mccune violin Johnson vocal Solo. Margaret Johnson piano Young after the program a dance will be enjoyed at the elks borne Hock ing Street at 9 of clock. C. O. Sheppard. Lou Rice and l. J. Eberle were recent Columbus business visitors. Central Farent-teacher8. The Ana meeting for the year of i to Central Parent teacher association was held Friday afternoon at the Central school with a Good attendance. After the routine Busl Grain review Chicago. May 19.�?wheat mrs. Walter Brady and did not hold to the Best or. And mrs. Joa. Brady. Or. Of a although they rallied Sharp or. And mrs. Jas. Brady. Or. And Yir Ora the week lowest press. F ill \ May we heat was stronger relatively than those of later months. In Quot _ j Terest however has dwindled to missionary society limited proportions. There was no the woman Home missionary outside speculative buying so Tho society of m. E. Church meet on Market could not hold its advantage. Quot safety aisles i Tea aisles a a new traffic innovation Are being considered by City authorities Here. The aisle is a Concrete platform built several inches above the la act of the Street. It is said to assure safety for person waiting for Street cars. Post Are erected at the four Corners of the aisles and chains Strung around them. The store with a reputation for honest merchandising. The Isaac Wilson store Chauncey o. We guarantee what we sell saw a xxx oof Tofy it Ltd it a a Ira s a. Doctors to meet Lima in the acid of Medicine and surgery will be the main topics of discussion at the annual meeting of the Ohio 8tate Eclectic medical association to be held Here May 22-23. Professor John Uri Lloyd Cincinnati will be the principal speaker. The Grain markets today were easier. May which sold from 81.17 to 11.18% and Down to it. 16% to 81% lower than fridays close. July sold from 81.16% to 11.15% showing % to 74 decline Corn made an Advance this week. Local buying was largely the cause july sold today thursday at 2 of clock with mrs. Frank manner or. D. Gorsuch and mrs. F. Voyght assisting hostesses. Mrs. L. A. Whitmore presided. Rev. Tefft assisted in devotional service after a Short business session. Mrs. Fischer very ably led the program of the afternoon. Mrs. Tefft Gav a very Good report of Tho District meeting at Pomeroy. Or. W. B. Straus Field manager representing the Curtis publishing co., was present and gave a Fine offerings heavy talk and presented each lady with Chicago May 19.�?this week a copy of the ladles Home Journ saw More heavy holding offered a1. The society accepted the Agency than usually is the Case. The a and the week beginning May 21 St erase was 239 pounds. The Price will receive subscription for the i tendency today was downward the journal. Best Light bringing 97.85, which delicious refreshment were Exerv was slightly under the Low spot of de and a social time enjoyed by Alt. A week ago. That Price was As Low strangers Are sought Paterson n. A. May 19.�? two Well dressed prosperous looking male Auto St were sought tonight in connection with the inns Verlous murder of pretty 22-year-old Jennie Piekema a silk worker. The men flirted with miss Piekema from a Large touring car last night police established today. Of the upturn j from 79 74 to 79. John h. West and family of co Lumbus Are in the City on business. Or. West has sold his Nelsonville Home and purchased one in Columbus. Surprise party a group of friends of miss Mildred Rosser gathered at her Home Friday evening. May 18th. And As the Best hogs have brought this season. Receipts for the week totalled 174,000, compared with last weeks 171,00ft. Cattle receipts Tot the week were 65,000, against 64,000 a week ago. A very Good demand pre veiled All a it Eek. The general Trade for steers and cows is considered 25c higher than seven Days ago. A a a a a a a a a egg a 4 too Mich cider a a a a a a a a a a a a a too much Chlor on an empty stomach proved Tho undoing of James Terrell who a arrested at his Home on East state Street Street saturday afternoon. By Polk chief Parker and officer Maple on a charge of drunkenness. Terrell pleaded guilty when arraigned before mayor Gill saturday evening and bargains for everybody at kickoffs underselling store Chauncey Ohio thank you. A it. Two a a 41 4 4 4 j 4 4 4 4 was fined f-1 and costs. Tho 4 4 costs amounting to $6.20, 4 Phr 4 were suspended. X 4 a in. 444444444444 4- v a delightful evening was spent in games music and dancing. At a. Late hour refreshments were serv Ness the association elected the Fol old to guests lowing officers to serve them for the coming year president mrs Carl Coak Ley. First vice president mrs. C. C. Sharp. Second vice president Merle Gilbert. Secretary Ruth Powell. Treasurer Elizabeth Linton. Gave pm a Complete Surprise in t prime fat steers reached the aum Honor of her eighteenth birthday. I met at 10.60 during the week. The Scarcity of Good lambs developed a spectacular Market prices going one to 1.50 Over last weeks figures. Finds old Dollar Bucyrus Pacl Derer chairman of Thi Board of county commissioners picked up a Spanish Dollar dated 178#&Quot, in his Garden fiery recently or. Pfleuderer la at a loss to understand How the Coin came to be in his Garden. Job resident parses. Mrs. Laura March aged 60 years forced a decline new York. May 19.�?active and w Ife of Charles March passed Selling in the first hour of today Shak to ust Price Fjug. Our Sale Price. For All Ford cars $1.00 away last night at her Home at jobs. Funeral will be held tuesday at la a. In. Burial will be la Greenlawn. Stock Market forced a decline in most of the Active Industrial Lesuea but a rally in the anal hour could not overcome it. Wintch eczema can be cured free proof to you a i want la your mum and Addams sol Nae and you a few trial re. C. Hutzell Tanta not. I want you Jet to Ary this Teaa Talaat thata All Juet apr Ted Cha Rawat try in i my 9 my duly Afu int. _ in a Bern to Tho retail drug by have Accord Tim Agar if Tho Indiana state Board aaa orium nearly ovary of la fort Wayne knows i Wayne treatment Siam i list made Harding told that Minne Bota situation is very serious. Out and mail today j. C. Hutzell . A. 4620 w. Main si., fort Wayne in. Fleam mad without Oast or obligation to a your firm proof treatment. A fat Tomas stat r a and no. V i our Sale Brice by Kenneth w. Clark i. N. S. Staff correspondent Washington May 19.�?ti to political embroil to in Minnesota created by the death of senator Knute Nelson tonight came forcibly to the attention of the administration a one of the chief and Moat immediate concerns of the Republican party. Notice was served following a lengthy conference at the White House Between president Harding and senator George Moses of new Hampshire chairman of the Republican senatorial Campaign committee that the full Force of the a beat minds in the party be brought into play to assist in naming a successor to senator Nelson in the special election to be held on july 16. In addition to impressing on or. J Harding the seriousness of the4lin Nesotas political Complex from the Republican Point of View Moses took the Opportunity of telling the president of actual economic and financial conditions obtaining in Europe which he Baa toured extensively since the adjournment of Congress. Moses dismissed the world court by saying a the president knows thoroughly my position on that la he is one of the most untre j tenting of Tho Senate s Irre Conelli Ables. Pimples on face. Largey red and hard. Cuti Cura heals. �?�1 wee troubled with pimples end blackheads on my face for some time. The pimples were urge red and Herd end some of them were very painful. I had so Many pimples that they caused disfigurement for the time. A i tried differ it remedies but they did not help Sny. I read an advertisement for Cuti Cura soap and ointment and purchased some and after using one cake of Cuti Cura soap and one Box of Cuti Cura ointment i was completely signed mite Elisabeth Johnson Box 479, Herman Minn. Us Cut Kara soap ointment and Talcum for All toilet purposes add Quot Cattan us Omeata Taal 41, sold wry. Whew soap be. Inti but band toe. Talcum. A Rcw Fawra Swap above without my. Buick is baseball a favorite in big league stars choose Buick for their personal use a a like attracts like the leading stars in baseball a firmament Are to turn Buick fans appreciating the tremendous import Ance of All round performance these leading players of both major leagues own and drive bricks. These men Tome of whom Are pictured in this advertisement selected bricks for the same sound reasons that governed Jimmy Murphy Champion of the race track Gene Nai. Sarazan National Golf Champion and other noted celebrities who have purchased bricks. P-13-43-Np till ate county Buick co. When better automobiles Are built Buick will build them to pc / a Jolson Nev Muad sen Salton Mew and Kong big song hits cow w Muf comls Mibb idol it cry astr Ftp As sum by Alj Nam Al Mai Maut Otner in amp my Ftp Motif we Civy by we Battor Cabo a lifts built for business Oakland designed this car especially to serve the needs of business and professional men its mechanical fitness for daily service year in and out is assured by Oakland a mileage basis plan for determining die Quality of every essential Chassis part. Its smooth running engine carries a 15,000 mile written guarantee. Its Economy is established by the frequency with which Oakland has won 9 important Economy and endurance contests. Its trim appearance worthily represents its owner. Come in and inspect it you la be surprised at its completeness. And the Price is Only $1185 .8975 touring Cir $995 sport roadster $114s sport tourist. 91169 Coop. For five. $1445 Sedan. $1545 a Prim /.�. A. I Pickering amp Fulton Jacobs building West Union Street

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