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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Athens, Ohio Sunday. May so list. Sunday messenger miss Elisabeth Seltzer pianist Pupil of mrs. Robinson Whelpley. The Nightengale has a Lyre of Gold Mozart the Violet miss Nadine Seibert Soprano Pupil of miss Cutler state and local workers met in con Campbell Tipton a spirit Flower Morris Ference. Miss Colene Norviel. Soprano tip a dul Cal folds it monday. Mrs. 8. M. Johnson 54 Avenue will be hostess to her Bridge j officers for next year Webe elect club in the evening. Cut i president mrs. P. G. Dowler wednesday. First vice president mrs. Mccune annual senior Day exercises of second vice president. Mrs. Charles Ohio University and reception for Matthews recording Secretary. Mrs the seniors and faculty by or. And to. G. Bean corresponding Secre mrs. T. B. Bryan at the presidents tary mrs. H. M. Taylor treasurer Home from until 1p.m. Mrs. T. M. Pilcher assistant. thursday. In. M. Russell Queen Esther miss the Needle Craft club will enter Shirley Fletcher Home guards Fain their husbands brith a 6 of clock mrs. B. W. Sampson mothers dinner at the Homo of mrs. Harte jewels Leader mrs. Hull Foster. E. Moler Worth High Street. Buck min Pupil of mrs. Benedict wednesday evening boy scout Corner Clarence is Arthur Beil is. Negro was shot Toung Mother Dieu land probably fatally wounded to i a barn r8ville, . Am night by patrolman de Welsh in a Nussbaum 24. Is dead following Valley Street Pool room. Troop 0? to the local Telephone company an the regular monday evening inspection of local manufacturing meeting of troop one was called plants a tour of historic grounds. A at the presbyterian Church on a All Are typical features in thai Oft fun Ltd a Lam to May 14. About Twenty members i activity. Of Cong vast of All Luiis 111 caesarean operation. She lean her husband and a week of daughter. I woman s music club will hold the last meeting of the year with mrs. E. B Bryan 23 South Congress Street at 7 30 p. M. Friday. Alpha Iota i dance at the students Union. Saturday. Alpha Sigma Alpha dance at students Union. Ohio commons club dance at the armory. A social half hour with refreshments followed. Organ recital. One of the outstanding prom sons of the season was presented thursday evening at the methodist Church when the school of 3$uslc i presented prof. Allen r. Kresge in inform an Organ recital assisted by mrs. Jhelen Stevens contralto and mrs. Informal Clarence c. Robinson accompanist. Before a limited but highly approx Woodman relative audience or. Kresge displayed a command of the instrument that places him among the most _ were present. Ai the regular meet a l or ing time All formed ranks and under the leadership of Max Lewis marched to the Home of the scout Helen Mcclaflin contralto Pupil of mis Redden a prompr.jm�ter7mr.�?Tcmnnl Nghiem. Rom ii i War v i from there or Cunningham p of Fiss Arpee a Jaye Ltd it paper Trail which con amorini easts of Small pieces of paper drop there Are Ped at Short intervals to the place Alpha Delta pm formal dance. The Alpha Delta pm sorority in accomplished organists of the state pertained Friday night at the Btu his program was varied in scope Dent s Union with a formal dance and nature Well balanced and of of much dignity. Seventy five constant interest to his hearers couples were led in the grand March mrs. Stevens impressed her a Caccini Lahmann fairies at the Bottom of our Garden. Miss Emlyn close Soprano Pupil of miss Cutler Massenet. Mrs. Carmen i Church. Soprano Pupil of or. Robinsons Kudo. Danse rust que or. George Cavanaugh. Violinist Pupil of or. Hixey Golson the Bird with the broken Wing. Miss Ruth Marshall. Soprano Pupil of mrs. Stevens an open Beer miss Mary Smith Mezzo Soprano Pupil of mrs Benedict Grieg. Bridal procession miss Dorothy minister. Plants re Pupil of miss Arpee Puccini by miss Mabel Brown and or. Amos Kincaid. A a variation from the Regula program there was a feature dance charmingly done by Gladys Saunders dressed As a Violet. For the favo. Dance the men were presented with cigarette holders. The Patr Nesses Are mrs. C. C. Millikan mrs. A. B. Roe mrs. Car. Beasley. Mrs. W. It. Cooper mrs. C. D. Hopkins and mrs. J. T. Mar win. The Patr Nesses and mrs. A. D. Morrison Matron of Howard halt were the chaperones. Among the out of town guests were miss Ruth Hartford miss Grace Myers Toronto Canada miss Wilms Filbert. Miss Frances huh j Man and miss m Roll Oesterle of Ohio 8tate University Columbus. My min la Boheme i care with her interpretive Capac a miss Isabel Sherrard Soprano ties in the aria from Nadeschda and Pupil of mrs. Benedict the lighter group of songs Alloi oui orientate which displayed her extensive Range Delibes. Fiz Macato while mrs. Robinson s accompany j miss Emelyn close i Ornist ing was characterised by clarity of Pupil of or. Hixey execution and faithful support of the Wisp where the meeting was to be held. The troop is having its meetings oat of doors whenever possible. This Trail was followed to the foot of the Hills just above the children a Home. After a Little difficulty. They found the scoutmaster a coat and hat at the foot of a tree near the top of the Hill. The next thing to do was to and his place of hiding. A some of the boys thought they saw him in the top of a nearby tree. Leslie lash one of the scouts from Albany volunteered to go up and look. There he was. And after both came Down. A fire was built and meeting my a norwegian a a a Ltd a a the organization of Patrola was drat discussed. Or. Cunningham requested the patrol leaders to a Chiagano Bult up the rpm a calve patrols As soon As possible. The next was an interesting talk by the scoutmaster on Quot mind Over then owing to the late Uke fighting tile boy scout fire prevention Bureau in Peoria. Illinois has Nom eight lieutenants Slid sixteen inspectors. The fire chief of the City Speaks in highest terms of the work accomplished in detecting reporting and preventing lire Heads. The boys Are prepared for their work by a special course. From the first course eight boys graduated last seniors also make hit. On Friday evening at Eming Hall waa again the scene of action for amp second performance of Booth Tarkington a delightful comedy Quot Clarence. In the hands of. With two exceptions an entirely different cart of characters the play re calved naturally a slightly difficult september. They interpretation although the Quot read Werc Given th4 title of inspector tag of the lines on both nights varsity a a ask the folks who go there. Open from 11 a. In. Til Quot As Long As the lantern glows Quot opposite alumni Gateway. Phone 961 and assigned certain territories. The boys were so successful in their work that a second course was held. The original eight lads were promoted to the rank of lieutenants and the sixteen new graduates advanced to inspector ships. The firm chief and the mayor themselves attended the graduation exercises and pinned the badges upon the successful lads. The Stager. The or Igram i. Chorale no. 3, a minor. Cesar Franck ii. Aria a ooh. My heart is weary Quot from a a Nadeschda Quot. 1.a. Goring Thorne mrs. Stevens Iii vision. Manne consecration mrs. Carmen l. Church. Soprano Pupil of or Robinson Beethoven Onato. Of 90 e minor first movement miss Mabel Brown pianists Pupil of miss Arpee Venzaa May morning. Miss Gertrude Morgan Soprano Pupil of or. Benedict homa missionary society meets. The monthly meeting of the woman Home missionary society of first m. E. Church was held Friday afternoon in the Church parlor a program of unusual interest was enjoyed. The topic for study was the a negro Quot with mrs. Daniel Mcgurk As Leader. She spoke of the following things for which the negro As a race is asking a education equal pay for equal work Goon houses Good roads paved and lighted streets privilege of voting and just treatment under the Law. Mrs. H v. Phillips Gai e the life Story of Booker t. Washington. The program was interspersed with sing ing of negro spirituals by mrs. Frank Mckay and mrs. Earl Dali the convention of the Marietta District held in Pomeroy last thursday and Friday was Well attendee by women from this society. My. Daniel Mcgurk As official Delegate gave a very full and interesting report of each session in which inc bring this advertisement and 25 cents with your next film and we will develop a a one film and make a prints from same. Special introductory offer. Leave films at butter kist shop a next to Majestic theatre. I a. B. C. D. A. A. B. Mrs. T. H. Mchenry of Richland Ness of the hour the meeting was closed and after the fire had been Assed friends free extinguished All joined hands and top notch record of started for Home. After arriving at state Street ranks were formed and a Little Drill was practice. A the scouts were then dismissed. Plans Are being made for a ten Day hike later in the year. Attend today the funeral of her granddaughter Virginia Partlow. Mrs. Partlow was formerly miss Myrtle Mchenry of Athen. Eking. A. Walter Klarner a for pow?n.t0 dreams by request. A. Stoughton la concertina. A. Pietro ton song or the Basket Weaver. Russell slumber song. A a Ware when i was on and Twenty from Quot a Shropshire lad a Horsman mrs. Ida Mccarty of Canton i visiting her Sisters. Mra. P. L. Pre ton and mrs. Byron Wolfe. Mrs. Oscar p. Bingmon accompanied by her brother or. Glen % Thomas motored to their parental Quot Viiu or Home in Chesterhill to spend Unter mra Stevens y th0 Middle Neim. V. Toccata from fifth Organ symphony cd. Widor former athenian wedded in Michigan. Or. And or Pearl j. Leighty returned to Otsego Michigan saturday afternoon after a Short visit with Home folks Here. Their marriage was solemnized my Harvey c. Baker 243 East May 15th by Rev. Henry w. Roger state Street left saturday by motor mrs. Granville Evans Grace Mckee of Haverhill. Mass., will arrive in Columbus monday and spend a Short time with her Uncle an aunt. Or. And mrs. C. M. Shepard coming on to Athens the same Dayt for a visit with her parents or. And mrs. W a. Mckee 44 University Terrace. For a few Days visit with relatives in Columbus. At his Home in Otsego. Mrs. Leighty was formerly miss Helen m. Judd daughter of or. And mrs. James Judd of Otsego formerly of oils Westcott Roach is spending City. Or. Leighty is the son of or. The week end in Columbus. And mrs. George Leighty of Highland Street. Both Young people Are the representatives of the worn Well known Here. Having formerly Jen Federated clubs of Athens Lea lived in Athens bind attended the11 monday for Steubenville to at Athens High school. Mrs. Leighty tend the state convention in sea was graduated from the Otsego High school last year. Or. Leighty is a world War Veteran having Bee in France several months with the 50th regiment first army artillery he is now employed As clerk in the office of the new York Central Railroad at Otsego. They will be at horns in their is on All week Are mra. E. D. Sayre mrs. H. A. Hatch. Mrs. John Khz Patrick. Mrs. W. A. Matheny mrs. Mary Richards and mrs. Robert l. Woodworth. Miss Grace Webb daughter emr. And mrs. Charles Webb. North Congress Street arrived Horn newly furnished House in Allegan saturday from Celina where the Street. Otsego. Has completed her school year As a a teacher of history in the High school or. Sam Morrison returned saturday morning to his Home in Little aves you Money that is what Tbs say when they tried it. Nice line of Oil stoves 2 and s Hole hot plates ovens different Sixes and makes. We Are Selling lots of Lead and of our Price must be right. Enamels and varnishes of Superior Quality. Keep out the flies we have everything in screens and screen wire. Refrigerators As Low a $15. Come and see How Many things we do sell. Usu roofing and spouting. Phone 1411 Isi w. Washington St. Athens or. Harvey c. Baker of the c. D Rock Arkansas after visiting coir a any 18 spending a re troop two this troop held their regular weekly meeting monday evening in an out door session. All the boys met at the Mill Street playground equipped with individual rations for supper and a hike to the Hills took place. Upon arriving in the Woods a huge campfire was started and preparations for the made. After supper a conference was held ground the fire where plans were discussed by scoutmaster Roy l. Dupler for the coming summer months. The members of troop two Are saving Money at the present time in order to a ire a real ten Days Outing in August. Realizing that adequate funds Ara eaten tall to a camping trip every member la cooperating with the scoutmaster and anticipating the greatest Camp of their experience. After the out of doors session the troop broke up and started a hike for Athens where the last Lap was completed in closed rank. Another hike is planned for the regular meeting on next monday eve fire fighters tired out firemen of two districts of Pittsburg. Pa., breathed a sigh of gratitude to the boy scout organization a recent Day when the boys on guard in the wooded sections relieved them by aiding in quelling fires and extinguishing a number of smaller blazes in that Vicinity thereby leaving their Hor to answer the �?T7 alarms. The boys also helped to keep Down Tho Large Cost of operation for that Day. To Between two and three thousand dollars expense to the City. From Milwaukee following Are two samples of Good turns that have a share la every Days activities of Milwaukee. Troop 77 takes turn in accompanying a crippled child to and from school each Day. A member of troop 19 recently assisted the sufferers of in awkward pretreatment by meaning up one Jot the party a Sinai boy who meal had slipped in the mud. When crossing the Street with his Mother who was holding a baby in one Arm and guiding the Little lad with her free hand. Shot the Bull Columbus. officer c. R. Witt met an infuriated Bull escaped from a Yard of the Ohio packing co., and put the beast on its Knees with one Aho when it charged. When the Hull arose to resume its charge the officer killed it with five More bullets. Part it teachers meeting the Athena township factory Parent teachers association held. Lits regular meeting Friday evening tag providing that weather con a the factory Church. Officers for it tons permit. All members of the troop will meet at their regular meeting place in the methodist Church where a Short business meet ing will be held by scoutmaster Dupler after which another of the popular hikes will be taken. Community hikes a unique method of Awakening civic Pride and interest is the know your cloy series of hikes Betag carried out by a number of councils. Milwaukee Wisconsin Newark n. A. Seattle Washington and Stamford Connecticut Are among the cities arranging trips to cover the various Points of Industrial and historic interest. A visit the next school year were elected As follows or. Earl Cowan Prest Dent mrs. William Griffith vice president miss Geraldine Hope Secretary or. John Hope Treazur a splendid program a Given by the school under the direction of the teacher. Mrs. Florence Boyles. The Saunders Sisters of alb ens delighted with their playing of a group of piano and saxophone selections. At the conclusion of Tho program a picnic supper was enjoyed. Was Given with an excellence a Little above Amateur calibre. The title role waa played by Kenneth Wilcox in an exceptionally appealing manner. He brought out the pathos and humor of the character Vith rare insight exhibiting unusual ability in showing the contrast Between the disguised a Clarence Quot in the first act and the real Clarence of the last. He waa quite successful a waa Hickman of the thursday night performance in portraying the liable intensely human Quality of the character. Clarence. The part of Cora Wheeler the temperamental spoiled child of the household a splendidly interpreted by Betty Jones though with a somewhat More flippant note than the interpretation Given by Katherine Mckee on the preceding night. Miss Mckee showing a marked Talent for getting into the comedy element portrayed Cora a the exceedingly emotional romantic girl with her tendencies. Miss Jones chose to give the character the More mischievous Quality. Both Young Wom scouts of in deserve great Praise for their highly successful rendition of a very difficult part. Bobby As played by William Hughes waa undoubtedly a decided Triumph for that Young gentleman. Like Farley of the preceding evening he seemed made for the part and never failed to a get the laughs throughout the performance. The part of Violet Penney corals governess was charmingly played by Gylberta Hill whoa dramatic ability is very favourably known to Athena audiences. Or. And mra. Wheeler played by Walter Muir and Marlon Sprague were Wall done by both Young people Mlaka Sprague was especially Good in the emotional scenes. Elizabeth Horn in the part of mrs. Martyn or. Wheelers Secretary. Did remarkably Well playing a minor role in an outstanding Way. The part of Della the Irish mall of All work waa Well and humorously acted by Dorothy Dailey whose ability Ilea in comedy Parte. In the part of or. Stern the a Rich grass widower Quot Ronald Smith gave a very Good example of character acting. A Dinwiddle. Wayne Miller improved upon hts performance of the night before and Nella Shipley who creditably played Della on thursday evening did equally Well in the part of Nearia on Friday j night. Or. Stacey. Who coached the play should be accorded great a predation for his work and Success in the a production. An added feature of Friday nights entertain ment was the excellent music fur nihed by Louisa Kerr piano and Mary Mansfield violin. Excelsior non skid elastic truss the truss that is guaranteed to hold with a non skid pad which prevents slipping no chafing. We make a specially of truss fitting Athens Ohio we Are open today. Ii dependable jewelry at reasonable prices is better than Cut Throat prices for treasonable Quality. The better kind you la find at 10. Drake jewelry store where you can always Quot do Quot better. Home of Quality. Never atop laughing at Groucho until you run out of grouches. Roger Babson a letter brother Harry Morrison. They met in Danville 111., where they visited their father Henry Morrison returning Home last week. X tires accessories Gas and Oil night storage Guthrie do Story 20, e. State St. 4�i 4 t in i ii Iii Iii it nit a a tit it it it it ii to it a music notes. The second and third student recitals under the auspices of school of music prof. Clarence c. Robin son director. Chi be held tuesday and wed tuesday evenings of this week in Ewing Hall at seven thirty. The Public is cordially invited. With the exception of gauls Ruth to be Given by the University a chorus daring commencement period and the intercollegiate glee club contest in Columbus june second. These programs will Conduce the Public efforts of the school or music for the current school year. There have been in All fifteen programs Given on the Campus by representatives of the music school this year outside of course numbers and special occasions. With the exception of the glee club program last fall there has been no charge of admission for any of them. The programs for tuesday ans wednesday tuesday evening Allie Menlove is a Bubble Bre Werthe fairy pipers miss Adrienne Althar Soprano. Tup of mrs. Benedict Chopi Valse in c Minot miss Bonnie Ray pianist Pupil of mrs. Hizey Grant Schaefer a Garden Romano miss Elizabeth Leithor Mezzo Soprano Pupil of miss Ledden Chopi Valse in c minor Lesche Tozky. Arabesque in forme do etude or. John Purdue pianist Pupil of miss Arpee Woodburn a birthday miss Mildred Stevenson Soprano Pupil of Mlaka Hedden Dei Diego. A Hayfield and butterflies Mlaka Morns Guthrie Soprano Pupil of miss Cutler Harache souvenir do Elena Wsot Misa Ruth Baker violinist. Pupil of or. Holzey Curranh or. Piper miss Bonnie Ray Mezzo Soprano Pupil of miss Hedden Branscombe the morning wino miss Elisabeth Davis Soprano Days in new York City on business. The child a conservative league will meet tuesday evening at % of clock with mrs. Fred Kenzei. 34 West Washington Street. Roll Call will be answered by springtime quotations. This will be the last n Etling of the year a Well As guest in lit. Each member will bring Tae Moi a for the Calendar. Christian congregation has a splendid Plant Here. T sunday. June third will a a High Day at the Christian Church of Athena. A re dedication service will be held and Rev. C. W. Cauble of Indianapolis will be master of ceremonies. T or. Cauble dedicated the Church some years ago and made such a favourable impression at that time that his services have been secured for june 3. The moaning service will be a a Home coining Quot for All members and friends of the Church. A Basket dinner will be served in the basement at noon and Wilt give Opportunity to ail visitors to renew old friendships. A second big service will held at 2 of clock at which it planned tor have Soma men prominence to speak. At 7 30 the evening service will be held at which time or. Cauble will speak again. A parsonage waa purchased a a year and a halt ago. After or. Batley had taken the pastorate. The local congregation feel that they have one of the beat Church buildings in this part of Ohio. Tho Plant could not be duplicated today for Leas than $100,000. The committee in charge of the re dedication program for june 3 Wellesley Hills. Mass. It. The recent Bear raids in the Stock Market have led a Larga number of Small speculators to Velteva that Good Stock Market Days Are Over. Popular fancy in this Quarter is turning to Short Selling. Since the technical position of the Market is being undermined by this move Roger w. Babson warning against this practice issued today la particularly timely. A i do not pretend to a Able to forecast the Short swings of the Stock Market Quot says or. Babson a but i do know that the Short interest developed since the recent Bear raids probably the largest in recent years has reached a Point where it is very dangerous. This is largely due to the fact that speculators All Over the country have been carried away by the prevailing bearish propaganda and have gone Short just As they buy stocks when surface conditions look optimistic. It looks a cosy to sell As to buy and it is my fuels that the majority of these speculators do not understand the position that Short Selling places them in. Let us see what happens. If you gave your broker an order to sell too shares of some Stock he actually borrows the Stock from one Gly wiggly has illustrated once of his other customers who owns it More the extremely weak position or from some other broker. He a of the Speculator who is Short. Thl tally Sells this borrowed Stock to Yon Tou put up the Cash to guarantee its present value or a margin Deposit to protect your broker. If the Stock happens to go up. You Are Praise for the Bankers shares of the Given Stock that Are _ r for Sale. Prices Advance two or state chief has words off three Points and a few of the shorts cannot put up the increased margins. Brokers go into the Market to buy the Stock. To return it. The demand raises prices a bit then there Are More shorts that Are forced to cover. The Market strengthens and brokers Rush in to get the securities they must return behold there Are no More for Sale. Prices skyrocket and the speculators who were Short Are wiped out. It is interesting to note Here that there is no limit to your losses on a Short Sale. If you buy a Stock at 50 Yod cannot possibly lose More than so Points but of you sell it Short at so it May go to too or 600 or even to 1000 and you must cover und stand the Loas. A the Short interests for instance were caught in Stutz in april 1920. The Stock had been Selling Between too and 145. The moment the Short sales exceed d the floating or available Supply prices started to climb and went to 724. The n. T. Stock Exchange then stepped in but the Short interest had to Settle at the rate of $550 a share the same Stock May be had today around 20. A More recently the Corner in pig would you Uke to be an investor a til great fortunes of the world have been through intelligent investment. For the Man of Moderato Means our time certificate off the Best a a investment obtainable. They Combine All the mrable feature of in Good investment perfect safety in flood income and easily convertible into Cash. Come la and let be explain their advantages mom fully. Hie Security savings Bank Athens. Ohio v. B. Lawrence pre. Chaa. O Birne of him. R. L. Alderman Vloe pie. Mrs. F. B. Kiltau. Amt. A How j. H. Cline f. D. Forsyth w. B. Golden so. E. Twits l g. Worsted a. I Stock had been trading Between 4a and 44. The majority of the Short interest probably sold it around so. When the Stock was called Fey there was none to be had. Prices of toured j be is of called on for More margin. If you and it was taken off the Exchange. Can to cover it the do broker buys the settlement was finally made at Tho Stock in at the Market and returns rate of Hoo a share. It to the original owner. Tou stand 1 a these Speculator cases illustrate the loss. So far Short Selling pre our Point bub do not represent the sents Only Jim dangers attending or Groat losses resulting from Selling diary marginal buying a few millions of dollars Quot Are endangered Points in the wrong direction and today on the Short Side of the pre you Are wiped out. Sent Market a growing acc Mula a it must also be borne in that gets shakier As it piles however that you borrowed the higher. A Price of three to five Stock and that you did not borrow Points would Start the drive that it for any Given time. The owner j would practically wipe this interest can Call on you at any time for it out. Moreover fundamental conditions do not indicate that business has gone to pot. Business i Atli Good. Condition Are against Tho Short Sellers and their Chantea to win As the Short interest grows. A in fact general business As reflected in the Babson Chart is still above Normal by 4%.�?� concluded or. Babson a and will doubtless continued into 1924. There is nothing in one fundamental situation Columbus. May 19. A a Ohio Banks never were in better condition than they Are today Quot said state banking superintendent h. E. Scott tonight. A they Are Pur suing a conservative and cautious policy especially where Over expansion May seem imminent. A recent comment of the Federal Reserve Board that a the present lending capacity of the country s banking system is far in excess of the credit needs of the country productive capacity would seem to indicate that the Banks have Money enough for Public needs Quot superintendent Scott declared. It is with a keen sense of satisfaction that the state department of Banks is Able to announce that any analysis of the returns made by the 750 Banks under its direct supervision in response to a Call for a report of condition at the close of business on april i last reveals that on this Date these institutions reached the highest Levels Ever recorded in the financial history of the Buckeye Commonwealth Quot said superintendent Scott me accused Mui on liquor charge the Fuller Shoppe the shop for children children s Wear and Buster Brown shorn for boys and girls. A 57 North court Street phone 2102 and you must return it. It your broker can borrow some More for you somewhere else All right but if he can to you must buy the Stock in the open Market and return it no matter hew High its Price nor How much Cash you have to protect your margin moreover of these too shares pay a dividend which Wou Are Short of. Then you must also pay that multiply Ybur own Short position to indicate that the Stock Market is composed of j. J. Sitsler w. A. By several thousand and the great has teachers top. Short a Selling Housam Pupil of miss Cutler Reading. Mrs. Fred Kiltau. Miss est danger of the practice is a at Best is dangerous Short Selling Macdowell. A sea picture Ethel Boettner and m. E. Chatley. Parent. The Short interest is very against fundamental condition is a a Tannin tit Zirli Psi i flight i Tia to it in rest. A Flint to in set Sittl Sandusky. 0.�?z May 19�?robert fingerhut. Merchant tailor committed to jail for six Days for contempt of court yesterday afternoon by municipal judge Claude j. Minor because he he failed to keep a Promise to pay a Fine of $1000 imposed when he pleaded guilty to having liquor in his pos Emlon. Was released on a writ of Hareas Corpus this afternoon by common pitas judge r. H. Willlams. Townsend to speak Columbus. A senator Charles e. Townsend a member o the International joint Pom Mission. Will speak before Ohio Bankers in Che St Lawrence great lakes waterway proposal at their Annval summer convention in Toledo june 21-22. Nearly 2000 banker representing More than 400 banking in slut tons in the state will attend the convention. The worst rut w i officer fatally shot j my 3ai Orry is the worst rut on the Rod to happiness. Many men smooth the Road by fuming their worries Over to us. We assume the management of estates and in Many ways can relieve property owners of worries. Consult our officers. I Trust department Bank of Athens National banking association capital and surplus Over $300,000.00 j

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