Coshocton Democrat And Standard in Coshocton, Ohio
5 Jun 1903

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5 Jun 1903

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Democrat And Standard, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1903, Coshocton, Ohio Correspondence j affairs of the county towns. F. O. No. A. The saw Mill on the farm of j. It. Lawrence is again in operation. Thomas Mccaskey of near Keene. Was in the Vicinity of Avondale. Shear ing sheep. Week children s Dav will be observed in the Keene m. Al Church on the even in of june 14th. Miss Nellie Mccormick was in Coshocton. Last saturday taking music lessons. Clyde Mccormick. Who is employed in Coshocton spent saturday and sunday with his parents or. And mrs. S. R. Mccormick. Robbie Hamilton attended the festival at Keene. Saturday night. Or. And mrs. Al. Geese of Bakers Ville were guests at j3r. Kitzmiller s. Or. Dresher Aryl miss Emma Lang of Baltic were guests at the Home of Philip Renner. Meats needed. . Fitch of Elyria. Was in twin cities looking after the business inter of savers Scovill of Cincinnati three separate growers Are Supply ing the twin cities with strawberries and Are Selling by the crate at sic per quart crop most plentiful. Judge Seward. Of Newark delivered the memorial address for the g. A. R. Post of this place. Decoration four Miles North of twin cities at the Chapel Church. T. I Ferenbaugh attended commencement at Coshocton. The marriage of Rady Mcneal to mis Gladis Rice of twin cities took place at Bride s Home sunday evening Mav 31 among the guests present were s. Mckee and wife Columbus and w. H. Mcnea and wife Bliss Field. Many were Given Bride and Groom. They will leave for their future Home at Blissfield thurs Day coming David Frederick and wife of Bess Neld passed through Here saturday on their Way to North Liberty Knox county for a Davs visit with friends. Miss Lolo Laugham closed her three j months of school. Friday. Renner and Gevaart Are loading a car of lumber. West Lafayette this week which they ship to Pitts burg1. A. Miss Mabel Park visited at the Home of John King near Chili a few Davs. Sir. And mrs. G. W. Norris were in . Visiting his parents. Of Newark and mrs. Leonard of Columbus the Mother and aunt of mrs. Jas. Henderson Are guests at the Home of Jas. . A Lawn fete by the Ball team. Sat Urdaz evening of this week. Siler co. Shipped two and a half cars of Stock monday. The Leavengood deeds wedding took place Vesterdal. At the Home of toe Bride s John deeds of Wooster. Pronounced the marriage ceremony. Or. And mrs. R. Dumermuth spent a few Davs at new Bedford. D. R. and wife. W. H. Blagg. And c. L. Blager. Of Jackson the grandparents father and brother of mrs. Kitzmiller. Are visiting at the Home of c. R. Kitzmiller. West Bedford. The Epworth league will drive a festival at m. E. Church. Saturday j evening. June Plainfield. Decoration Dav was observed Here. As usual notwithstanding a cold rain in Early morn quite a Large crowd was out to decorate the Graves of fallen ones. After the exercises at the cemetery the crowd re formed in procession and marched to the m. E. Church where Hev. C p Allar delivered a discourse which was much applauded by the 125 of whom were present and the crowd of others in attendance. It a earthing went off pleasantly. The w. C. T. U had As ice create stand in their Hall in town where we could All keep Cool. The visitors Here on saturday and sunday. From a distance were mrs Nee Kate Abbott and her Xum band. From Colu Rabus or. And hrs. Judson Case. Mrs. A. D. Wells zade sybole and child. Or. And mrs. Fred Abbott and family of Coshocton or. Ast Erwin. Of wills Creek or. And mrs. Hutchinson. Of Guernsey county or. And mrs. How Ard Bass Ett and family of Newcomerstown. And others from different sections whose names we did t get or and mrs e. C. Smith and Little daughter. Olive of West Lafayette called on friends Here. Sunday after noon. Mrs. Sam Mcsee. Of Oxford town ship. Poorly one of her feet being afflicted with gangrene. She is also mrs. Mel via Barrett is ill. Jacob Adams was in tuesday on business. The Bedford o la co. Is nov ready to develop it held. Several of the Young people attended the decoration exercises at Nellie. J. T. Metz has purchased a new buggy to be drawn by that team of Drivers. G. O. Hains. Of Cooperdale. Was in town. Tuesday exhibiting some of his Fine vehicles. T. O. Clark closed a successful term of school at Richie on s. Last Friday. Bedford town hip commencement of Patterson graduates will be held at m e. Church of this place thurs Day evening. June Lith. Music will he furnished by male quartet. Rev. W. L. Wells will deliver the class address. Miss Louise Ryder of Converse. Ind. Is visiting her Many friends in this Vicinity. Purely personal minor mention of recent happenings in society s exclusive ple who visit and who Are visited. G f is ult. Of Keene. Home from Spring Geld to. Mrs. A. J. Is. Suiting relatives in Uhrichsville. Neil be Kinsor spent part of this week in Perrysville. W. S. Thompson of Carnegie. A. A guest of the Dehart family. Mrs. Hannah Taylor is her daughter mrs. Waggoner in bus. In Helen been spending or. G. A. Hay. Or. Miliran Whitney and Little daughter have returned to their Home in Cleveland. Fixing fences in the old time Way an4 thinking about the ways of boyhood Days. By Janaes Plain Field. Of. June 4, Liws. My 3-00 or build a new Fence or repair an old one of a farm in time the Greate to expense a Farmer has on Bis Arne. To Day is in keeping Good with my family Mare 27 years old. The Only hoofed animal i own and my one dior a farm Wagon too 5 and too Etc. Consisting1 of wire nails pot Siiger. Iron Spud mattock axe. Hatchet Etc. I started from my residence a Plainfield. Lakinjr for i Sii Stant my tenant. Or. Christopher Colum bit Kumler. To so to my farm one mil1 from town to repairs ome Oid Fence. Got to the Fence aleut 7 a. M Many people Vears old. . 1 Tel them thru t afford to hire my work to Zouki consume Ainy profits than All. Besides no Man do the work i want done As i Waist it unless 1 were with him. To Tell him just How i want it i done. Is this the in _ r sati Fieth not Hearken Dili gently unto me and eat be that which is Good and let your soul Delight itself in there is a try on the Back of my left hand going of r blood. Now the wicked shall be turned in to hell so sure As i kill that there by George i missed it the hour of dinner passed with me that Day. Sitting on the run Bank in the Shade by myself alone. It is said that when those stinging flies Are bad. It is a sign of rain. So it proved that Day. For in the after upon we had a glorious of rain the like of which we had not had Here for before and the Earth a marching. But the fact of that rain made u forgive and forget the sting ing the Forenoon from Joy and gladness. Mrs. Grace of is a j repairing old Guet Here of her or and mrs. I. B. Pope. Or. Ii. R. Mccurdy has a gue to misses Krona sax i Smith of to. Roscoe. The Jackson township Patterson commencement will be held in the Roscoe town Hall on june 15th, under the direction of the clerk. Albert Kaser. An interesting program is arranged. The Board of education will attend. Street commissioner Darr entered upon duty this week having furnished the necessary Bond. He is also policeman. The three evangelists who were expected arrived in due time and Are conducting very interesting tent meetings in the Forks. Mrs. Henry Crawford has been ill. Durins the past week. Miss Rachel Smith of Chalfants. Visited her sister mrs. Martin on wednesday. The e. Church ladies will re carpet and reaper the Church in the near future. Miss Verna candies of Coshocton. Is spending a few Days at the Resi Dence of e. Conpton. A number of people of this Vic mity attended the funeral of John at Bloomfield. Tuesday. J q. Cornell and family have rented rooms from mrs. Jane comp ton. And will resume housekeeping Here shortly. Charley Slaughter and family moved from Coshocton to Roscoe. This r. T. Compton at Hel Micic. On business. Tuesday. Samuel Neldon is erecting a new residence on the former m. E. Par j ground Mav by Rev. T. C Erwin. Or. William Lehman and mis Sadie k. Mcpeek. Or. mrs. Miller left Cav evening their new in Munyong thelit. City. A. Or. Walter dentist of Dresden was Mauriet sunday to mis Grace is Ark. Daughter of Rev. Sparks formerly of Dresden. In the commencement exercises at Bryn mawr College last thursday course. The next Century Hoil the last meeting of the Calendar Vear at before begin to make anew Fence or repair old one i first go Over the View the Fence if old. I make what kind of material whether i Oards. Pickets or rails to Lix said about How much it the Home of Aires Crawford South fourth Street. Monday . A charts Init porch As driven the by mrs. .1. P. At her borne on main treet. Afternoon. The serving1 of elegant completed a pleasant afternoon. F. It porn Rene of the sewing1 club it her Home on Chestnut Street. after noon. Thomas Morris of East Liverpool. Mrs Arthur Boyd. Of a Feeny. Mrs. C e. Spans Rier. Mis Mae Hutchinson and Sophia Wilson were was warm and about Al Black Fly. Commonly dog Fame around us and lit onus a never Avail where Thev could Kar c Alleaume a Man of Thi City i reported to have been shot and to untold by the marshal of be .voomer-tr.wii. While Arret at that place yesterday afternoon. 4 per cent on savings deposits Ami per cent on checking paid by tru to coins Ashy. Fourth Avenue. 1 itt Burf. Urple and profit. Rte. Lirui by mail. Local Market quotations. Country produce commands the Novi aug in Coshocton butter per Pound. -10 h a. A. The called in Able part blood. I notice to healer slapping one hand on the other then on his face then on i ears to kill tiie.--. With an occasional exclamation. The All this took time. Bur of did t be Docking him. I was tormented in the Way. T j ddn t he would Loe More j than one hour in we r hours for a Renvy Vroski f j get i then i have the to Dock t v. Tunic a Ted with them a. I that i had met in co her ton. Which i had Long j enough for me. But my wife Hart smoked per Tuu Nii. Unions per Bushel. . Pour l Chicken. Per Pound hoi by. Per Pound. T potato. Shoulder. Tallow. Per Bushel. C Aboagye. Per Pound. Apple per dried r 05 chair flour and Reeis. wheat the unit two or three time and sleeve. And body had Hryk about 4 in Lenorth. This Kaiui Teu Wren . One is almost totall Nolind from Cataract of j her eyes. Where the polls Becca Magnes .5 up and Arouni Becca again. T. F Magness list. On will be located i Tiverton. Conner Ard Holton. Of Bladensburg. Sawers. Moved their a Iii to lev. Is Fisher farm recently. Or. Fisher is getting lumber sawed for a Large new Ham. And heavy Timber for Railroad or. Frank Cooper and wife who trere visiting relatives and friends at new Philadelphia recently returned much delighted with their visit. Mrs. Robert a. Boyd. Of is be Stoving a Friendly visit on her parents. Or. And mrs. J. E. Kays. Here. E. E. Day dry goods merchant of Brink Haven spent a few Days in this township last week buying Wool paving 23 cents for unwashed Wool and 28 for washed. Quite a number of our citizens witnessed the decoration Day exercises at Coshocton. Last saturday. E. J. Kuntz. Candidate for recorder and Joseph l. Mcdowell candidate for prosecuting attorney both of Tuscarawas township were in this township last week in the interest of their candidacies. The growing wheat in this town ship is splendid in stand size and color it promises a heavy yield if not marred Between the present time and Harvest h. H. Hagelbarger has awarded the contract for the building of a new barn to Amos Tarrh. In this City for the primary Tion to-mcrrov.-. Elec Danville and Buckeye City. Commencement exercises of twin Clov Union school were held in Lybarger s Hall Friday evening May 29. Six received diplomas. Mrs. Elizabeth Humphrey who lived with her daughter mrs. Alonzo Spur Geon 2i Miles Southeast of Cavallo died sunday morning May 31, apparently without any ailment. She helped with the morning work Laid Down to rest and son after the family discovered that life was extinct. A new Gas Well was struck on the Fessler farm one mile East. It is a Good producer and the first find for the new company. A fool dealers of this Vicinity have Bejon paying 30 cents for a few extra of Wool. A few Farmers Are holding for higher Price. A gang of workmen Are engaged re pairing and painting the c. A. C. Depot at this place which adds greatly to the appearance. An addition to the freight House and a ladies wait icy room Are among the improve the in the several precincts of this cite. For the democratic Pri Mary election to be held to Morrow. Saturday. June will be located at the following places Ward usual Vot j ing place on second Street. Precinct City Hall Ward Esquire j. B manner s office. Precinct fire station on Vine Street. Ward basement of High school building precinct at Ashman s shoe shop. Ward Bancroft school building. Precinct Chanel House on South 7th Street four. I barrel. Meal. Vii ova rid Ted. J to per in in Devi. Middling. Hiildred. Oer Hun a Rcpt 40 10 00 a portrayal of life As it is and it has been enacted on the Plains of the West Wili be seen in Coshocton. Thursday. Jane Lith. Pawnee bin s wild West exhibition is a show that has pleased thousand upon thousands of people in this country and it is credited As giving a faithful reproduction of Frontier life and primitive features of the people its contingent i represents. I with this show is Lone Wolf a to be sold at Public auction at co j Cherokee Indian son of Black horse Shotton saturday june 13. I will sell at Public auction Satur Day. June 13. Thirty five horses. I will have in this Sale general purpose farm chunks Fine single Drivers fam ily broken and cheap work horses. I wish to Call your attention especially to the number of Fine driving horses that will be sold in this Sale will Al so have several speedy Trotters and pacers. I w 11 have the number i advertise. Sale begins at p. M. M. Adams Coshocton o. Lemmon Bowers a very worthy Young Man of this Vicinity started yesterday for St. Louis mo., where he expects to engage in Warsaw Neutral. Married at the residence of Geo. W. Geese june 13, or. John o. Rod Gers to miss Sophia Cutshall by c. C. Geese j. P. More carpenters for our new stove works. The Wehrle co., Newark o. Who was in the terrible sight that resulted in the massacre of general Cus Ter and his entire command. On the anniversary of the massacre some time ago the terrible scene was enacted by a Knock Battle in which More than 1.500 indians took part against several companies of United states troops. In some manner Lone Wolf received word that the Sham fight was to take place and he asked per Mission to leave the show that he might take part in it. This he tas not permitted to do. And while in Berlin last week As a Mark of Cour age and to demonstrate that he was a Brave he stabbed himself in the breast and had to be cared for by a surgeon. He is one of the Best expert Bow Aad Arrow shooters known. The wild West show for this sea son is double its former size. Fully a thousand men and horses Are employed. The military Maneu vers Are most thrilling and the juvenile wild West is the most unique feature Ever presented by any amusement Man Ager. And or. Ber t Etc. Fact prevented the sleeves from Coin ing Down Over my wrists far enough least 6 inches. With it inches of Bare wrists and s inches for a Large hand made 14 inches of territory for the blood thirsty flies to prey upon. This of course kept me about half my time fighting flies. We made out to Eret along this Way till noon when Kernler went to his Din Ner Ard i went to the Shade. Where i left Niv Mare Wagon and lunch Baket i took my dinner along. Can t afford to go Home Miles to dinner when a Roan s behind with his work. When t got to the Wagon i first fed my Mare then i got out my Hunch Basket threw the Wagon Cushion Clown i on the in the Shade and sat Down or it. And Pread out my dinner jul like what my Mother and my Sweet i your a wife use i to do in Early did work in the Harvest j Field Vaen the Good Tife and Mother out the 4 o clock piece and it out on the now White j table the Green or on the stubble in the hade of tree am one the ant cric ret hoppers editor. I there. I Yerneni i e hot Coffee the the bread Itter. Onions and Radi he. J Etc. Spread out on that now table cloth and i can yet n my ind s Eye the j and Grasshoppers crawling and hop Ping around among the virtual on that cloth. All thi.-. I Rould stand. So or Ras the crickets and grass hop-1 per kept oat of my hot Coffee but j when one or two happened to Flop which was pretty often the Case. Then rame the rub. Would i throw out that Coffee All creamed and sugared or would i drink Cricket soup. I confess i hated to do either. But oin times the creamed and sugared Coffee had to fro overboard. Well. I have got off my subject i said i spread my lunch out just like our wives and mothers used to in the Harvest Fields in the Day of Yore. And 1 commenced to eat thinking of Tho a Olden times. But my heart a. Sad. I said to myself where Are i those who acted on that j gone forever gone i seem like a lonely Pilgrim in a wilderness i am drowned in thought. But i return. I got my dinner ate among the stinging flies after eating my lunch i got out a newspaper Niy wife had spread Over the victuals in the Basket. I will not Tell what paper it was but i began to read among the stinging flies with 14 inches of hand and Arm to prey i began. In the Progress of the divine works and government there arrived a period when this Earth was to be called into existence. Spat at a. Fly when the signal moment pre a destined from All eternity was come the deity Rose in his might and with a word created the world. Spat what an illustrious moment for a cheap ticket to Chicago and return consult w. A. K. Ticket accent. Ticket on a c june thursday two performances. G. W. Lilue. Wild Over people Sod horses of Baff clo Elk mat terms steers. The of in the next code of medical Ai the Vou Tiitu a of the Amer tin Mediel and ado Fitt a at the Rort is meeting the toll plug tour live matter of Public in Terest any or or who on for aun a Cut it Thor Toby to fori Vit the recognition fend in Flut new of i Xvi Ivla is. The is very gun Rijk j. As May in the of a a moly of Sci Niile it Ini for Ami Ilie Public to their effective. Esse substitution for exciting and thrilling reproductions of Frontier history by the actg i participants. Lodi Aad papaw is. Representatives of tribes. Noted Hutera glides scouts bwe deeds have been chronicled in recent history. First Tice in America get test of Arab Erie Stricos members of from Zaun. Cert re from Russia so Steppes. Price la lems a Cottlo of those Marr Elom Imperial Cossack troopers. As As the a Yalu ratio i of for prescriptions without that thu y la Yorior beaus or the it for Ami the pubic will not pay for but r to this. Tin lie asks that is. And corrupt Ihl ingredients. For him it is a matter of vital interest u Suay of life Ami

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