Coshocton Democrat And Standard in Coshocton, Ohio 24 Jun 1902
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Democrat And Standard, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1902, Coshocton, Ohio
Coshocton Ohio tuesday june 24, Igoa. Facts Mono twi claim that the bulletin boys Are no Good glorious achievements recited showing that we could not keep House without them. Roscoe. June is. You not attach undue importance to the bulletin boys and rot Only giving them to Neces gory space but too much credit for being of some account. We think they Are no Good. No feed. Here is another critic that is away off evidently not know messes. Bahm exand Smiley very Well. Or is prejudiced against them. An inventory of the wondrous things that have been undertaken and accomplished by these trained metropolitan journalists since they came the Coshocton. Detailed with simple words in the most concise Way and set in Small Type would fill More than a Page of this paper. And Many of the plans and Noble ambitions for the Elevation and amelioration of the condition of their fellow men. Which seethe in the brains of messes Bahmer and Smiley have not yet been printed or pro claimed to the Public. These would fill a Large Book of 449 pages. Two or three weeks ago we suggested la very Brief Way some of the desirable things that have come to Coshocton. Through their Able fearless Noble eff ofes to improve the morale of our City by dressing Down divers and sundry bad citizens flaunt ing the details of the Beebe trial and Flash lighting and search lighting every Nook and Corner where wrong doing was suspected to be lurking. It a great would have left anybody else but a highly trained and strenuous new York journalist weak across the Small of the Back but it never daunted weakened or cooled the ardor of these champions of re Andleman redemption. We will be More specific. First great accomplishment by or. Bahmer coming Here was his fierce denunciation and consequent annihilation of the Chicago Grain gamblers his scathing articles made the Mem Bers of boards of Trade and chamber of Commerce Hunt their holes or free the City. It has not been proven Here that so much As a Bushel of wheat has j been bought or sold by dealers in Grain margin in the City of Chicago within the last two years. It has been claimed that when the former Grain dealers of Chicago learn that or Bahmer is even to pass through that City in a Pullman car. Every Mother s son of them instantly becomes invisible and so remain until the train can ring this strenuous journalist late of new York is Twenty five Miles beyond the City limits. Is a Man. Not Over 150 pounds that can do All this Lone handed of no account or lacking in influence we now come close Home and note Only a few of the blessed results of having messes. Bahmer and Smiley living among us. The bulletin had not been established Here More than four weeks until the Argus eyed editor Dis covered that j. F. Meek one of our most prominent citizens was a pol Troon a shyster a sneak a villain a liar and a Gutter snipe people Liv ing on same Street with Meek had not found these things out and his True character might never have been revealed had it not been for the expose made by or. Bahmer. After the Bull Etin gave this bad citizen a Good dressing Down. Or. Meek corrected his principles and habits and has since been admitted to Good society the reformation was Complete and nothing is now alleged against him. Tally one for the metropolitan trained editor or. Bahmer had scarcely finished the Job of straightening up or. Meek when bad citizens began to develop on every hand. The editor took off his coat and applied himself with vigor to unearthing scoundrels and disreputable citizens who had for years palmed themselves off on the Community As men of credit and Good character. He found that Hon. J. W. Cassingham attorney w. A. Hime Baugh auditor Lamberson Charles f. Gosser. R. M. Temple. Or. R. C. Edwards postmaster Mccoy. Mayor As to make it unsafe for them to be j at Large in the Community. Few per sons Here knew or even suspected the villainous character and conduct of these men until they were exposed by the bulletin but Good results immediately followed. These conspirators against Law. Order and Best Community interests immediately took warning. They did not want to be sent Over the Road to Columbus or compelled to move out of the City and so commenced the work of self reformation. Most of them since have be come passably Good citizens and their conduct and standing improve with each passing month. Is this not an accomplishment in bettering Public and private morals and business methods that rebounds to the glory of the Bull Etin to Vav the reformation of these men put the Stren Rosity of messes. Bahmer and Smiley to a severe test but they were equal to the emergency. Many Long credit Marks for the at this Point i this laudable work for the ment of Coshocton was not fully completed before the bulletin boys Dis covered that the Rev. Ebersole Pas Tor of the Baptist Church was a fool a Ninny a mount Bank a scamp and a scoundrel of the first magnitude. Thev soon corrected his imperfections and Bis former Good standing in the Community has been re established. Tally again for Bahmer and Smiley. All the county officers with one exception were found by the Argus eved journalists late of new York to be disreputable schemers and heart less robbers. The one not accused gave the bulletin 811.70 Worth of official advertising which secured him immunity from attack. The other officials became alarmed As soon As Bahmer and Smiley got after them and stopped stealing this saved the county 8000.000.000. Tally again to the credit of the bulletin boys. The illimitable Domain of politics is where messes Bahmer and Smiley Are Star performers. Herein they have accomplished wonders. They denounce factions claim to be outside of All factions but have established two or More of the most virile viru Lent and vicious that Ever cursed and disrupted a political . Thev have evolved a condition in local politics that makes it next to impossible for a Republican to we pronounce pointed paragraphs which briefly and tersely Tell the Story of local happenings together with items of general interest for Hast readers. The examination of applicants for positions As teachers in the City schools will be held next monday. June 30th new potatoes Are being retailed by Coshocton grocers at 40 cents per Peck. The yield is promising since the recent generous Rains. I new series volume i. No. 49 country Homes taking on added charms each year. Rural life becoming desirable and enjoyable with modern conveniences. The matinee driving club has changed the time for their regular racing meets from thursday after Noons to Friday afternoons. Coshocton merchants had an unusually Busy Day saturday. From morning until late in the evening the stores were crowded with purchasers. It subscriptions Are being Aken for the publication of a new City directory of Coshocton. To be issued by the r. L. Polk publishing com Pany. A a a a Farmer from the Chili neighbor Hood in the City Friday reported a Field of wheat Iii Shock in that locality the Grain fully Ripe plump and of Fine Quality. The driving club had some inter Esting races at the fair grounds thurs after july 1st there xviii be at least seven free Rural mail delivery routes wholly or partly in Coshocton county and As the months and years go by others will be established. A Little later will come electric railway hue.-, connecting perhaps All the villages and closely settled communities with the county seat. The isolation of the farm Home i fast disappearing. The closer weaving of the web of transportation facilities by the continual construction of steam and electric roads of Tele graph and Telephone lines and the Ever extending postal service is rapid la bringing every Farmer s Home with in Quick Low Cost and easy touch with the world. The Farmer May read the epitome of the world s doings in his daily paper almost As quickly As an Urban citizen and much More Thor roughly. Because there less to tract his attention when his hour Day evening trotting and interest exhibitions of Speed in pacing Are growing in the weather last week was not very satisfactory for making Clover Hay ret a number of Fields were harvested. This week Clover Rush matters if sunshiny. Hay makers will weather remains members of a the Coshocton Hose Cassingham. J. Man Timmons. J. Rose Hon. J. Sex Council c. Adams county treasurer Williams and about a score of other professional and Busi Ness men Here were the toughest kind of dishonest disreputable Given to All sorts of nefarious diabolical plots plans to swindle people and so essentially bad at the this accomplishment a great and glorious benefaction. Tally Here for they found it to be their duty to annihilate Annm Ber of prominent men in the Republican party of this coun of them Lusty Tough Fellows to Down. They sought to strengthen their party by disparaging Tabo oing and Reading out of it such men As Gen. E l. Lybarger of Spring Moun Tain. Capt. E. Z. Hays of Warsaw. Commissioner Funk of Jefferson. Cal Vin g. Simmons of Tiverton. Esquire Culbertson of Oxford. Wilber f. Park of White eyes George w. Cooper of Washington. D. R. Culbertson of la Fayette. S. A. Stowe of Oxford. John w7. Stanton of Clark. Or. R. C. Edwards of Lafayette and dealing out trip Hammer notices to men of the part standing and political activity of i j Baker. J. J. Rose. Seth Sny Der. Messes. Temple. Meek and others. While these men have Jeen annihilate de a few times by the bulletin boys they did not stay dead and showed up in a mass convention in City Hall Here a Short time ago. And helped to Deal a most distressing solar plexus blow to Bahmer and Smiley. This was Dis courteous treatment to the talented new yorkers and was As mean As it was unexpected. There is neither sense nor reason in a dead Republican coming to life again and making trouble. We condemn it in emphatic terms. A dead politician ought to stay dead. However it May be that the bulletin doses of reprimand and censure so corrected the wickedness of these men As to make them aver age republicans again and rejuvenated the annihilated crowd. There is nothing More reprehensible or harder to Down than a mixed crowd of bad Republican politicians. In the wider Field of state and National politics messes. Bahmer and Smiley make themselves Felt. The reprimand the bulletin handed out to senator Foraker at the time of the re appointment of Mccoy As Post master was a stunning blow to that High f unction Arv. Our information is that he has lost flesh rapidly Ever since and much concern about his physical and mental condition is Felt by his physicians and family. Now these Are Only a few of the important and Beneficent things the bulletin boys have accomplished. We could fill columns citing other acts and accomplishments showing their strenuous Ness and invincibility. Against such a record of glorious achievements How can our Roscoe critic Harbor for an instant the thought that the bulletin boys Are in efficient or no de for Reading comes. The growth of Public improvements is rapidly creating one great Ity. Covering the National do main. Of which the states Are but wards and the cities but under the conditions the populations of cities will be distributed Over increasingly wide areas. When Rural Homes have City advantages More Homes will stay in the country. These things augur Well for the fut ure. Pleasant and prosperous Rural Homes and better purer living will thereby be fostered and More firmly established. In a drive out country roads which personals. Brief mention of people who come and do. Or. S. A. Stacy went to Sandusky sunday. Mrs. I. J. Baker last week visited in Delaware. Miss Agnes Hanlon visiting with Columbus or. And mrs. J a. Ii Ouie from Toledo. Compton Are trip companies Are forming a team to enter the prize contest at the Forth coming annual convention of the Socia Tion of Volunteer firemen to be held at Martins ferry. July 9th. Best Quality of Well washed Merino Wool has been Selling Here during the past week at 24 cents per Pound. The Wool clip of the county has largely passed into the hands of the buyers for the Eastern manufacturers. Newcomerstown has the Promise of two new flouring Mills in place of the two recently destroyed by fire. U. S. G. Emerson will rebuild his Mill Ano messes. Kennedy. Keast Kennedy will move a Mill from Kimbolton. Isaac Marlatt. Of Marlatt s run. Near Border of Oxford township died a week ago saturday aged 34 years. Interment of remains was Mace at the Switzer cemetery with funeral ser vices by Rev. Aller of Plain Seid. Members a a of the masonic Lodge in Large number attended divine service at the m. P. Church. Sunday morning and listened to an impressive Sermon from pastor Fisher on character building and fraternal obligations. A at the recent examination before the state Board of pharmacists., at Columbus among the list of Success Ful applicants that were Given diplomas Are Lester Page and Edward w. Sipp of Coshocton. And Joseph w. Shaw of West Lafayette. The Grain of Many of the wheat Fields in this county will be put in Shock this week and the present indications Are that june harvesting of this Cereal will be general in this Sec Tion of the state. The yield is expected to be three fourths of a full crop strawberries disappeared from the Market last week and raspberries now have the Call. People mourn the departing season of the Straw Berry which they consider the Best of the Berry list. Recent Rains will in sure a Good Blackberry yield next month. Matt s. Beebe has come into pos session and ownership of the property so Long occupied by the Beebe family at Corner of Chestnut and third streets by Purchase from his Broth ers and other heirs consideration it is or. Beebe s purpose later on to remove the old House and erect in its Stead a modern residence for occupation by his family. The writer indulged in last week Evi Dences were on every Side and at Al most very farm of the bettering con Stu Al life. The roads each year being put in better Condi Tion Road Beds so formed As to turn off surface water and Clear of ruts and stones. Steep Banks graded Down. New House and barns or old ones improved and painted. Better Cultivar of Fields and Best Breeds of live Stock in pastures. Telephone along the principal highways and mail boxes for Rural delivery being put up at the Gates of Many Homes. All these things proclaim the new and better condition of things that each Vear make life on the farm More sat More enjoyable invested in sunday Ball game. Sunday baseball playing has not been much countenanced hereabouts and in Mam of the cities of the state the authorities absolutely pro Hibit it. The league game Plaj de at Canton a week ago sunday was prohibited in Cleveland but Tram loads of people went to Canton to witness the play. It May be a matter of sur prise to some of out readers to learn that 248 persons bought tickets at Coshocton. That sunday morning for Canton took out of our City then the expenses of this num Oer of excursion lists Dar intr the Day for dinner and perhaps upper and Street car fare with some outlay at fruit stands and Cigar counters added at least 31-50 More to the investment and so it is Safe to say that Coshocton people blew in on the sunday Ball mayor Rinner made a business to Zanesville Friday. Mrs. E. H Melvin. Of Pittsburg. Is visiting relatives Here. Pearl Seward it visiting rela Tives in Mcconnelsville. Mrs. T. G. Robson last week visited with Zanesville Emma Carr is Home from school at Holyoke. Mass. Miss Letitia Lanning. Of Columbus is visiting Here. Miss Marv Moore returned from Oberlin College saturday. Mits Fannie Marshall last week visited friends in Rev. Weber a. Spent the past week near Springfield. U. Lewis Glover is visiting his sister. Mrs. Simmons in Cincinnati. Miss Rose Ricketts is spending a fortnight with Newark friends. Miss Gribble of new Philadelphia is a guest of mrs. D. O. Thompson. Messes. W. H. Haskins and d. H Sullivan went to Cleveland. Monday. Miss Emma Lee has been a few Davs with friends at i be. Mrs. Charles Mercer and children. F a nest Ile. Are visiting relatives Here., miss Dever. Of Cleveland is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Fred Tim Mons. Mis. Stella Clark is visiting rela Tives near Nashport. Muski Ngum k. S. Leasure and daughter Florence Are the guests of friends in Zanesville. Or. S. A. Stacey is spending Lime at the homeopathic Institute in Cleveland. Superintendent Piatt will this week attend the teachers association at put in Bay. I. L. W. Schools Over and d. D. Edwards were in can ton. Sunday. Cleveland this week attending a course of at Western re serve University. Johnson Hammond gone to Wooster for a mid summer term of College instruction. Or. And mrs. George m. Grav Home from a ten suit with her parents in Pennsylvania. Mrs. E. W. Glover and children of Cincinnati Are guests Here of her Sis Ter mrs. C. A. Lamberson. William Daws ii and wife of Jack son township Are pending a week with their who i a teacher at Antioch College yellow Springs they witnessed the College commencement thursday. At six o clock to Morrow evening at the country Home of or. And mrs. A. M. Marshall. Jackson township their daughter Katie vill in joined in Wedlock with or. Frank Walker a worthy Young Man of Bedford town hip. Mis Letitia Mckey of tic Rota. Who has spent the last three month in City of Philadelphia with mrs. Scheel. now at Atlantic City where she will continue several with her Friend. Mrs. S. R. Allen for Merly Julia Mcfarland. Of this county who i conducting the Ito Bina hotel at that famous summer resort. Pointed paragraphs continued. In sunday morning two additions were made to the membership of the presbyterian Church and three to the of Grace m. E. Church. A the trial of Leighninger for shoot ing Thomas Calhoun is till pro Gress. All last week was Stiven to the hearing of the Case and it looks As if half of this week will also be frittered Margaret Guilliams wife of b. C. Guilliams. Died at her Home at a Anib Mill last she was ill but a Rcv. Moments and hives in the Thront caused death. Her age was 30 she leave twin babes but two months old. Burial of remains will be made to Dav at the Millwork cemetery. A newspaper never pleases ail its a pastor Seldom interests his1 entire congregation and it is expect ing too much to think that the Munici pal authorities will please ail the peo ple but one thing is a certainty the present Council will do business in Era departments before their expire. Terms game at least 8400. And some of them we Are advised Are so hard up that they must postpone payment of their grocery Bill. Our senator Myers outdone. Walter Snyder a Well known Young Man Oft Vernon will surely receive the medal for being the Cham Pion Walker of Knox county. Last sunday he went to Cleveland on the c a. A. C excursion train and had the misfortune to miss the returning train in the evening. He was out of Money and in his plight he started to walk to Mac Liberty a distance of 135 Miles. After walking the entire Dis Tance he reached his Home late wednesday afternoon tired out but much pleased with his trip. Bent. Peoples bound Over. Benton Peoples of Wheeling town ship Guernsey county near the Coshocton county line who shot Elijah starts As detailed in our Issue of last Friday was arrested and taken to Cambridge last saturday. Pm Mon Day he waived examination and was bound Over to await the action of the Guernsey county grand jury the misses Shirley and Nellie fish or Are Home from a fortnight s visit in Cleveland. Fred Beach is Home from the Orchard Lake military school for the summer vacation. Geo. H. Lapp of wills Creek will be graduated from the Ohio University at Athens. Thursday. Miss Emma Woodbridge. Of new Ark was a Here last week of miss Herbig. Or. And mrs. R. L. Boyd. Of Tiver ton township last week established their Home in this City. Rev. S. A. Fisher attended the wet Lafayette College commence ment thursday evening. Or. And mrs. M. S Trovinger at tended the wedding of a relative in Licking county. Thursday. J. W. Berrien. Superintendent of state fish hatchery of Oregon is spending a few Day Here. Mr.-. Joseph Maxwell and children. F dal ton. Texas arrived Here last week to spend the summer. Or. And or. G. A. Allen of Zanes Ille. Have been visiting or. And mrs. K. Johnson for a few . Editor Harry Ferguson of the West Lafavette press was an agreeable caller at this office. Saturday. Frank Clark has gone to Pittsburg. O accept a position As Book keeper n an Iron manufacturing firm. R. R. Hanlon started on the Road again. Monday after a few weeks spent with his family in this City. The office Force of the Meek and Beach company had an enjoyable picnic at fair ground saturday after Loon. Rev. Stokley s. Fisher of Cam Bridge was a guest Here thursday of his parents. Rev. S. A. Fisher and wife. Edward Hahn. A clerk in the pm Plov of the Hahn grocery co., spent sunday last at the parental Home near Fiat. O. Mrs. O. M. Pettit went to Cleve land sunday to meet her Mother mrs. S. B. Allen of Fulton. N. Y., who will visit Here. Earl Miller a Young Man of bed Ford township returned Home Friday from new Athens Ohio where he has attended College during last year. L. M. Crom until lately the editor of the Killbuck news was in Coshocton saturday. He is in demand for giving instruction in band music. W. S Crowell. A former Well known resident of Roscoe and Coshocton is a few Davs Here. His Home is in the rogue River Valley Oregon editor t. W. Morris and Bride reached Home saturday from the honeymoon trip and have taken room at the Waggoner residence on Chestnut Street. Prof. J w. Vessel principal of the Walnut Street school building is in the fact that the Board of county commissioners after much Delibera Tion fixed the compensation of Mem Bers of the Board of tax revision at 88 per month May have aided the said revises in arriving at the conclusion that it were better All around to have the Board blotted out of exist ence. A u. S recruiting officer has been Here several Days to enlist men for service in the regular army. Four or live Young men who offered Thern week were not accepted their stature and physical condition not being up to the requirement. We Are now passing through the Onge to Day of the year with More than fifteen hours of Daylight the Ong june flays which generally bring us such hot weather Are Thi season ing u an atmosphere suggesting heavier clothing Anu restarting of evening fires. It has been definitely decided to hold the next Ohio and vent conference and t amp meeting in Coshocton from the 7th to the Days of next aug ust. This will bring Many persons of this denomination from All parts of the state Here for ten Days. The meetings will be held on the grounds of the agricultural society. The annual mid year convention of the county Temperance Union for this county was held at Plainfield last wednesday and an interesting pro Gram was rendered. Mrs. R m. Voorhees of this City presided Over session of the convention. The Prin Cipal address was by mrs. Anna Clark state president of the Union. Base Ball by electric Light. Manager Levens has arranged for a Ball game by electric Light to be played Here next Friday evening at Riverside Park Between the greater Coshocton and the Zanesville teams. Playing Ball by electric Light has got beyond the experimental stage and the innovation is now pronounced a Success. This will probably be the Only Opportunity Coshocton lovers of this great sport will have at least for some time to come to witness a game played on the Home grounds in the Glare of artificial Light and the at Tendance will no doubt be Large. The Coshocton team will play the Zanes Ville team at the latter City wednes Day evening and a return game will be played Here Friday evening As above noted. Iewsp4per1
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