Circleville Daily Union Herald in Circleville, Ohio
16 Nov 1923

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16 Nov 1923

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Circleville Daily Union Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1923, Circleville, Ohio Friday november 16, 1923 up. Memories of school Days old time program and dance invitations of Many years ago. One explanation is that Gen. Andrew Jackson borrowed abbreviation from Choctaw indians. The expression a to. is a colloquialism. There Are Many explanations for its origin but most of them t Cuiter around Andrew Salt son. One explanation is that general Jackson borrowed the abbreviation from the Choctaw indians with which tribe be was Well acquainted. That tribe and the chickasaws had no verb corresponding to instead an pm Phatie word a Okeli a closed positive statements in those languages. A Rokeh Quot meant a it is so a or a it is another explanation was offered in 190p at the time of the death of Cornelius Kendall of Chicago. Or. Ken Dall was the youngest son of Orrin Vendall from whose initials the use �?o0. is said to have sprung or Rin Kendall us the Story goes was a member of the Chicago Board of Temh Battery in tie civil War. Lie also was a member of the firm of o. Kemi Uii a sons whose bakery was in Chicago j the firm furnished bread and crackers for the army and on the crackers wore f the initials a to. the crackers Are incited to attend a May party at wit said to have been the Only on the Tich Hall on Friday May 1, �?T57. Man Soh Liers relished and their expression agers will Marfield Sanil Rogersjr. Lese Are All later developed Dan a Ludwig will Ballard. Floor i managers Geo. Mccrea Joe Betts i Ren the next oldest is dated december 24, 1858. And is As follows a grand Soiree on Christmas eve at Wittich shall Friday eve eng dec. 24. 1858. Declamation the Frenchman and the powder b class. L Home from Hospital Essyl Beauty b class Rose Williard music declamation passage of the Rubicon l class Marquis Bechtel essays nothing to do Alice will declamation eloquence in a West eni court b class a. Hedges mrs. William h. Wentworth discovers essays aunts b class Maggie Durst papers nearly three score and ten declamation a kentuckians a years old nearly a the merry-1 i Eul class. Wesley Mcallister makers have passed on. Essay eyes. Josie Gephart declamation knowledge is Power b class. F. Mchenry essays kissing Ella Moore declamation death penalty. J Charity Ball. George Lercz Alf Carmel he dual 7 Quot a t a a it War Quot of manager3 of the cell Rasa who Ihnn a come Sie Picot ii Hospital will give the annual a v. Counter Erk a a some time ago we printed a copy of an old Circleville invitation sent to us by Harry Gregg of Colorado Springs Colorado. Since that time in looking Over old papers mrs. W. H. Wentworth of this City found some invitations and announcements of earlier dates. The oldest one is dated May 11, 1857 and is As follows a May Soiree Quot your company is respectfully so Simian. Ancient paper making Hie Art of making paper from my Berry Bast is said to have been in rented in China in no second Century k c. After War i Oam co shoots Straw grass Are a so used. The t Spad to the adj ii a a Ita turn Ash the music for the occasion. Dialogue Burnie Walling into a these Are o. View England a Blue Laws Quot stories of Early Day bigotry said by writer to be invention of a tory preacher. This whole delusion of now England Blue Laws was created by a tory preacher who was driven out of the colonies to England and who in his resentment had published a Long list of Many still read Dickens. Charles Dickens has been ruled out by a class of the younger literary critics As a decided Hack number but the statement by his British publishers that during the past three years the Sale of his books has been almost doubled seems to refute that idea. Some of Dickens novels sell More than 50,-Fkkj a a very year and he has been dead a to it it Ghr years. His sales during the last ten years have been larger it is asserted a ban those of any three novelists a Titi together. 45 acres for Sale or Trade a a a cres fro 1 land Well improved exhibition a or wl11 Rade a wits a smaller piece of land or town property As part pay. H. C. Renick 16novd2. Circleville Ohio. Not afraid of the darkness. Quot you be been a real Good boy today Artie a remarked his aunt As she pre pared the child for bed a and ill Tell i Mamma that you deserve the present she promised a Well a spoke up Artie a was in be been such a Good Hoy there wont be any need to bother Rayin my prayers tonight will there. Aunt Emma Quot lived with Needle in heart. A woman physician under treatment in a Lunatic Asylum in England told her nurse a year ago that she had stuck a Needle into her heart. The nurse found what seemed to he two simple pin pricks Over the heart the woman died in August and an autopsy revealed two Needles sticking into Tom heart. Poultry for Sale. Chickens ducks and geese dressed or alive. John Banister. 16novd5. Phone 714. 15novd3wl. 1220 have you Ever worried about your Radiator freezing when it is cold no doubt you have. Let us put 1220 anti freeze in your Ford Radiator and you done to have to worry. It will not injure the Radiator does not lose its strength and we guarantee it As an anti freeze solution r. A Brehmer Ford amp Ford son sales amp service. Folks born in us us ii n l of absurd enactments for the purpose of pvpt1, december 24, 1858. Cd Iii Ion l get a a. _ a a a blurring the intelligence and Charae Tei the american patriots says Floyd w. Parsons. His statement included such fabrications As the following a no woman a Hall kiss tier child on the Sabbath. No one shall run on the Sabbath or a Lejk in his Garden or elsewhere except reverently to and from me Elim it. No one shall travel Cook make bed a weep shave or Cut hair on sunday. No persons shall play musical in or. It Rumen on that Day except the drum Mallard Jacob Delaplane Daniel trumpet or jews Ludwig we. Denny d. It. Crouse. And although even a Hasty inv to Ruzin Morris Job Renick o gut Ion win prove to anyone a Satis to to Ltd that our colonial acts were neither still another is a program of a Grani it i est very intolerant nor bigoted the mar school exhibition june 27 1867 tory preacher s libel of Early american customs continues to perpetual the in a Ato or. And mrs. Robert Schilder of the pleasure of your company is re ,. C Chillicothe at the Home of her Nar spec fully invited to attend a cotillion or nt1. N to at Witttel s Hall on Friday the m7 a a thursday november 15, 1923, a to daughter. Mrs. Schilder was miss managers John Shelby John seals re f a a Ciao Maiden before her marriage Geo. Baker we. Campbell John a in a a steely Sam. Davenport we. Mccauley John o. Harrer we. Morris Robert Fry Hack. Henry Reed. John r. Marsh e. Lutz we. Ross Geo. Hitler Benj. Morris John Fleming Anthony Rice to. O. Ludwig Thomas Jack Nelson Lutz e. C. Shelby h. Lingers. Geo. Briggs. Floor managers Quality merchandise at extra Low prices. Here Are a few items come in and see the rest. Mens heavy Cotton sweater Coats 98c Mound for rent. 7 rooms located on East Street la per month. 9 rooms and hath located on East Mound Street $25 per month. 5 rooms located on East High Street $15 per month. Men s heavy Union suits at. Ribbed 98c fallacy of new England Blue saturday evening Post. Walla Walla Indian tribe. Walla Alia meaning running ter. Is one of the most u a bin names in Washington Geog a according to Edmond s. Mcary w Lilli i by pro f Susor of history at the University of a Ashington. The origin of the name is easily ascertained. As it was recorded by the Lirosi White men who visited that Region according to professor meaty essay the Detroit news avers. Early forms declamation a a Ere Coilah Toliah Wallow Wal lows Wolpaw Coilah and Woller Woi Ler. In several language a a Wallah mean running water. And o tiie word Dimin Tizes it so Quot Wall Walla Quot is the Small rapid Stream the. Word thus first recorded As the Ohdik of a tribe of indians was so it a Naf virally applied to Hie Region occupied by them. In fact the name was taken by the indians because it desert the land where they lha it it i. This program bears the imprint a Dresbach Printer a and written on it in Pencil is a teachers c. W. Bright Anna c. Gunning Annie the program is As follows a fourteenth annual exhibition of the grammar school Circleville Ohio. Thursday june 27, 1867. H. To. Barney superintendent. Programme music. Decla m tto speech on the for Sale 10 k. W. Colonial d. C. 125 Dynamo $300. 2 dump trucks 3 ton capacity $1500 each. Grocery Stock and fixtures at invoice Price. Circle realty co. J w. C. Morris Secretary. Phone 234. Menus Outing shirts All sizes 98c menus heavy Duck Coats. Am proof. $4.95 menus shoes for dress Black or Brown g g at. Ladies ribbed Union suits All styles 98c misses fleeced Union suits at. 98c ladies dress shoes Black kill value �5 $2.98 red Cross Roll Call Here answer boys heavy fleeced Union suits 98c misses shoes Black or Brown at. At ladies Coats dark Brown at. $1.98 $9.98 we also have a Complete line of Ball band rubber footwear. You done to need to go out i Force fill if class Wiric Wallace of town to Havo Vout Pleat Moln rabble Emma Tyler eng done. Just go to the i phone and Call Barnhill a no. 710. 5novdl2. Chairs Mada of gras. The manufacture of furniture from grass is an important Industry in parts of the Mississippi Valley. Ordinary grass cannot of course b employed for this purpose. It is the wire grass which May he found in bogs and marshes in the great glacial Belt extending from the Ohio Valley into the British provinces of the North West. Some one of an inventive turn of mind conceived the idea of twisting the Tough growth into twine. From this it was Mil easy me to weave the twine into Beautiful matting the idea did not Stop Here. At St. Paul Oshkosh and other cities couches and easy chairs Are made from the Tough pliable material. There with the although the couple living near the writer in the North end had Only been married a few years lie had already Learned to forget Many things. Ore Day recently he returned Home and was met by her at the door. The wife appeared disappointed at something. A a what a the matter a the husband inquired. A today is my birthday and you w come Home and forgotten to bring Rue a birthday a ooh a replied the Man after a moments hesitation. A but Dearie How can i remember you a a Okas Young As you did last year a Columbus dispatch. The practical Side. He had duly proposed and been accepted and the engagement sealed with a kiss a number of them in fact. Then As they sat on the sofa lie ventured to discuss More prosaic matters a one Little question a yes a she replied expectantly. A can you Cook a he asked earnestly. A Why a then How will we eat a a Oil George Arentt you going to continue to bring me Bonbon a what t know c class. Eddie Bryant essays a riches have wings. Mattie Doney declamation press on c class. George tone essay a National character stirs b class. Ella Wittich Dael a mat Ion a the country of Washington pc Renss a Henry Bennett a a a superstition b class. Belle Page declamation oration s reply to or. Corry c class George Palmer essays the falling Leaf. Tillie Hoffman music. Declamation a self vindication c Clas Frederick Schleyer essays a dream. Rose Mav declamation Sale of old bachelors c class Eddie rut try recitation Maud Muller b class a a. Tennie Dar 4 1 1 \ log tie an apothecary Cross examine essays the age of veneer. Alice Pedrick declamation a National glory c class John Bowling declamation influence of National glory up class William Schwartz discussion by which is Man most influenced Hope or fear. Emma Bailey. Flora Littleton declamation american indians. Tohn Finkel essays the nose. Katie Thompson music declamation the scholars responsibility in Elass Tohn Miles essays on composition b class a. Linnie Robison declamation William Pitts reply to sir Robert Ava pole John Pierce essays rain drops Elia Demuth declamation the american ascendent b class. John Miller essays bricks without Straw. Jennie Miller declamation free discussion in class a. Hain recitation the school girls Soliloquy b class Ida Rodgers declamation Pat and his Musket b class Charles Boyer essays plumage. Kate Irwin the bargain store Louis Kaufman amp co. Main Street formerly Washington bakery thanksgiving Linen m Ercer sized to by e i i j i i ask special 95c Fine heavy Quality Dandy finish 72 inches vide s e v eral Good patterns a iffy a a special table Lineu by rhe Yard 95c cd. Up Jav a \ j ii j in. Wide in Ood put terns. All Linen damask 70 v a a a a it 1 of vow us $1.75 new coloured bordered damask 98c Fine smooth finish new and pretty 64 in. Wide. Coloured damask in hire Pink and Gold 72 in. Wide the newest. R Fine Quality All Linen rout Hir display of Beautiful linens now on Sale. 70 in. Wide Beautiful or linens by tin Yard in All grades and a wonder patterns special at lot of patterns. Cloths made up and pattern is in both Linen and mercerized. A line Chance $2.45 thanksgiving and Christmas linens. $1.45 mercerized a ohs that people like Here a a Fine assortment of mercerized cloths in All sizes and line qualities. Lunch a m cloths and table cloths w Ith napkins to match. A Fine lot of new ideas in coloured cloths for Xmas it rifts. Coloured Linen table cloths. Just new cloths 59x50 with six napkins 2 Inch hem and he stitched ready to use. Bine Pink Gold and Lavender l$9.95 Crist amp Mason

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