Other Articles Clipping from Athens Messenger and Herald, Thu, May 29, 1902.

Clipped from US, Ohio, Athens, Athens Messenger and Herald, May 29, 1902

tTOHtf rity to mbiiia-1 dea-f there lirough• S11«f•ll WHStion of ;i H* an sen-ihlican :n the State* ion of single land or it, and nnath-liis din* He de-' cxeea-md yet r of the Ml dii-asiness, Lssocia-Tic Ah-* Coin-Kii|W «r uiHirH.Cline's Pharmacy.nui r,noOIIITUAItY. Demo-irrou ofle ericaI stand unoerat n off cede by aof OOI1-vise in-M.without rm, and the fu-tlie jwrDEATH OF WILLIE WEAVER.Willie Levertia Weaver, elder daughter of Calvin D. Cooper and Nancy A. Cooper, was lorn October 18, 1861, near Jackson, Jackson county, Ohio. Hlie professed religion at the age of 16 yearn and united with the Wesleyan church under the pastorate of Samuel Smother*. Three yearn ago die embraced the Christian faith and until her departure was a faithful follower of our Lord Jesus. She dcjiarted this life May 22, 1002. at 0 O'clock p. m., sleeping peacefully in Jesus. She was united in marriage to Thomas P. Weaver December 27, 1888. Seven children were born to this union. May, a little daughter was born Mar 5, 1887), and at the age of 8 years and 8 months died. Willie, a kind and loving mother never wayefc ing from a mother's duty toward her family, she leaves many friend# (o mourn her loss; she leaves a faitlJul father and mother, two sisters, one brother, six children, Gracie, Stella. Mable, Oscar, Chari** and Viola, and a number of Christian friends and generous neighbors. With humble submission we leave her to her God. Sleep ou and take thy rest.Funeral was conducted fiom real dene a by James H. (Jnalls of Harrison county. Ohio. The chapter selectdB for I he occasion was Matthew 2A, fnrun the 14th to the 26th verses. “WeB Done Thou Good and Faithful H«t-vant. ** Some encouraging remarks were made and the body was borne to the Hebbardxviile cemetery to its last resting place. The funeral was well attended; her two sisters Mrs. Jet-minia* Tibbs from Jackson and Mrs. Lettie Bell of Columbus were nresent. Grateful thanks fare presented to the kind friends for their generosity dnr-ing our present bereavement.Calvin D. Cooper Nancy A. Coojier. —2, 71%* CTlKrln •3c. Ci i mix* Mont#—3ti7 25.4 75. IBust oi • ltd ab-dels Ins, Hnltlu33lt;-. E Tolech•liHeinFauserKlAll dll Bladder Al— I ache.Re Dropsy,Don tcur© foxMe hasCHHV4 as“For a.-ros- knot *«*t'Dr. Fen snmsl aDriiTffl*st.viNOTICE TO NON RESIDENT.PKOB Ada! Estate First i Hirs the Esceased.Join the K deceas F.