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Making I1113' is the order of the
Mrs. Grunt Spurrier and
Donuld, of Whiting, Indiiina,
the guests of Mr. mid Mrs. K
Mrs. Stella Davis is reported
sick at this writing.
Miss Enitnu Iledick is spending
a few days at Union Furnace.
Miss Campsy Trimmer, of Cir
cleville, is the guest of her cousin,
Miss Irene Trimmer.
Mesdames Clara Keasoner and
Cnra Mauk, of Logan, are spend
ing the week with relatives and
friends, of this place.
Misses Lwiit Zimmerman and
Jennie Johnson, of Mt. Pleasant,
spent Friday evening with Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Warner and
children, Donald and Fae, of Mc
Artliur, have been snending the
past week with Mr. A. II, Zim
merman and family.
Mr. and Mrs. James Davis were
the guests of Mr. Jimmy Cain and
wife, of Chapel, one day this
Mr. T. D. Trimmer and
ter Irene, made a busings- trip to
Mrs. Lizzie Savely and children
after spending several dajs iu the
country have returned to their
home in Logan.
Preaching at Fine Grove was
Well attended Sunday afternoon.
Hay making and oats cutting
seems to bo the order of the day
Geo. Reid and wife passed
through this place Sunday enroute
to their daughter's, Mrs. Velum
Leman, of Black Jack.
Mrs. Mary Young and daugh
ters, Blanche and Hazel, called on
Jane Dresback last Friday.
Our mail carrier, Judson John
son, has been sick and John Shaw
has taken his place for a few days.
A childrens day was given at
Bethel last Saturduy. A large
crowd was present notwithstand
ing the rainy weather. We think
the people got home all right ex
cept Lewis Conkle, who, when re
turning home some time baturday
night, was attacked by a cross
gander belonging to A, Bumter,
John Vorhees and Geo. Conkle
passed through this place enroute
to Adelphi, Eridu'.
Miss Huldah Biinter has pur
chased a new organ, and c.vpeets
to tako mrsic lessons in the near
Isaac Brown is building a new
barn for Shan Ivuhn at present.
Mrs. Minn, McCowolf as8eoiV
helping haul in hay one day last
Homer Kitchen contemplates
moving his family to Logan in the
Rainy woathor has been the
evury day scene for the pnst week.
Several from this place attended
the social at Giblsonville, Satur
day evening. All report a good
Mr. George Cupp and wife wore
seen passing through this place
Miss Mazie Lima has been seen
passing through this place quite
frequently. She has purchased a
new rubber tire buggy.
Mis Kdua Keller, of Columbus,
is home ut present,
Mr. Eddie NeJI' and wife, of
Turltou, called on Miss Luoy Quil
lou u few days last week.
Mr. Jacob R, Hainter und Miss
Inez Keller were huppijy married
last Thursday evening.
Mr. Martin Hulllnos, of Rock
bridge, paid visit with his
parents, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Emery Buinter's had for
their Sunday guests Misses Edna
-v- . Mv
,, -r w- a
Keller and Inez Buintcr, und
Messrs. Jacob Hainter and Henry
Mr. Ira IJaiuler is busy working
for Lewis Hulllnes.
Air. James Keller called at Henry
Mr. Fearl Cline calls at Joseph
' Elulllnes' quite frequently on Sun-
.Int. 11 trull 1 ti rta
Joseph Htillines' wife in on the
'J',siek list at this writing.
Mrs. Uncle is visiting her sinter,
Mrs. Nettie Vorhees.
Miss Floosie Hainter spent Sat
urday and Sunday with her cous
in, Miss Enid Cupp, on Big Pine.
Miss Httio Vorhees, of Logan, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Homer Plrukharp, who has
been on the sick list for some timo
died at his home, near this place,
Aug. 10. Interment took place at
Kbenezer Church, on Patter Ridge
Mr. Floid Shannon, who 1ms
been visiting his grnnd pnrents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sim, has re
turned to his home at Circleville.
II. A. Gordon and family made
a business trip to Logan last Mon
day. Every body is talking of the
Hocking Co. Reunion.
The fox hunters, of Salt Creek
and Little Pine, are hunting the
fox in our place at this time.
Mr. Isaac Justice, who has been
in the employ of John Rolston,
near Logan, has returned home.
Mr. Albert Lytic is going to
move on theUube Dresback farm,
in the near future.
We are glad to hear that our
mail carrier, Mr. Jud Johnston,
who has been sick for some time,
is well again.
Mrs. Minnie Gordon and Miss
Ieel Davis, of this place, visited
the former's mother, Mrs. Stive
son, of Laurel Township, last Sat
urday. The aged lady is in her
eighty-first year, enjoying good
health and not a gray hair in her
Miss Ieel Davis had for her
guest laBt Saturday Miss Lucy
Rockenbough, of Springfield, 0.
Wo understand that there is a
stork visiting our vicinity. We
don't know what the business of
this bird is as yet,
Mrs. Thomas Parry, Jr., visited
iier mother, Mrs. Grilllth, of New
Pittsburg, last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Coe, of
Fruitdale, visited ut the home of
Harry Willsinoon last Sunday.
Mr. Chas. North, .f near Nel
sonvillo, was the guest of Mr.
John Johnson last Friday evening.
Henry Parks and sisters, Grace
and Mattie, rot urn (id home lust
Thursday, after nn' "extended -visit
Mr. Thomas Green and daugh
ters, Ella and Hell, of Athens,
spent last Sunday here.
Mr. Curtis Shields, who got
hurt iu the mine boihc time since,
is nblo to be up again.
Mr. J. L. Blo9sor entertuined
quite u number of Nelsonville
guests last Sunday.
MIbs Muggio Connors, of New
Pittsburg, spont part of last week
with Miss Eulu Spooner.
Mrs. Wra, Park", after a pleas
ant visit in Mt, Vernon, returned
homo lust Saturday. She was ac
companied homo by her cousins,
Miss Muriu Russell und Mrs.
Clurence Jamison. They will also
visit at Luhrig while here,
The thirteen month old child of
Mr. Wm. Horn, that died at Long
streth, was buried here last Bun
Mr. Jamos Shaffer, of Nelson
ville, spont last Sunday here,
The fathers and mothers, of this
pluce,, that wjll allow their boys
and girls to dance with the drunk
en, end to run the streets half the
night should blame 110 one but
themselves if their boys or girls
should go wrong.
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A SHORT CUT
Will Reduce Time Between Chicago
and Nw York.
THREE YEARS TO BUILD IT
Electric Locomotive to Be Used From
the Beginning. Road Will Tap Both
Bituminous and Anthracite Coal
Fields. Cost la Estimated at About
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 15. Especial
ly In railway circles, and among ship
pint; Interests, the proposed new Key
stone Airline Is the most Interesting
matter In many a day.
The Incorporation papers for con
solidation of three railroads In differ
ent parts of Pennsylvania to bo tiled
at Harrlsburg will constltuto the
formal announcement of a project of
prominent bankers, with Joseph Hum
sey, Jr., former president of the Wa
bash railroad to build a low grade
double track from New York to Chi
cago by way of Pittsburg, which will
cost about $150,000,000.
Tho new Keystone Airline will
traverse the Important bituminous
coal fields of central Pennsylvania,
controlled by the Pennsylvania rail
load and will also pierce the anthra
cite region throughout Its length. It
will not only be the shortest line
through Pennsylvania but It will cross
the summit of the Allegheny mount
ains, 400 feet lower than the Pennsyl
vania, and will have very easy curves
and remarkable low grades for a
Complete surveys have been made
and It Is expected work preliminary to
grading and construction next spring
will begin this fall. The rond will re
quire three years to construct. It Is
contemplated to operate with electric
locomotives from the beginning. The
road will be known as the New York,
Pittsburg and Chicago Airline, and
will be G5 miles shorter to New York
than the Pennsylvania, and 10S miles
shoitcr than the shortest line between
New York and Chicago.
Then the Company Stopped Running
Surface Cars to Seaside.
New York, Aug. 15. Six Inspectors
used to bounce passengers from the
Coney Island cars are under arrest.
After the arrest of three inspectors of
the Brooklyn Rapid Transit company
on charges of assault in the third
degree, the company shut oft entirely
all of its surface lines leading to
Coney Island, taking the position that
this was the only way to stop the
rioting In progress since Sunday
morning at points where a second
fare was demanded by the company.
The elevated and express train ser
vices to the seaside resoit were aug
mented. The Inspectors arrested are
William Hefferman, William C. New
berry and Frederick J, Gulliver, all of
whom were taken Into custody on
warrants sworn out by passengers
ejected from cars. The employes were
bailed in the sum of $500 each.
Later three more Inspectors of the
Brooklyn line wore arrested on war
rants charging assault and sworn out
by passengers. They were Frederick
Lewis, James Tinrney, Frank Perrl.
Stopping the surface car traffic bad
the effect of quieting disturbances,
and the company claims it will not
attempt to run the suiface cars
through to Coney Island at rush hours
until all danger of rioting is past.
War on Joints.
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 15. Secret
service men of the United States gov
ernment are assisting C. W. Trlckett,
assistant attorney general of Wyan
dotte county, in his crusade against
the joints. The secret service men
are seeking men who sell liquor with
out a government license in Kansas
City, Kan. Mr. Trlckett filed a num
ber of suits In the court of common
pleas against the owners of property
being used for joint purposes. It has
been discovered that liquor was sold
at several private residences, A few
men are still trying to operate "blind
Boston -Ice 'Men Indicted,
Boston, Aug. 14. Indictments
"against l7"fce" dealers "and slxlce
companies were returned by the Suf
folk county grand jury. The Ice deal
ers aie charged with having unlaw,
fully conspired "to regulate, advanco
and fix the price of Ice for public
sale, and the ice companies as corpo
rations charged with conspiracy. The
dealers Indicted include Lewis U.
White, president of the Massachusetts
tee Dealers' association, and Charles
V. Kullustram, secretary of the asso
ciation. The companies Indicted are
the Boston, Independent, Union Fresh
Pond, Cambridge and Highland co
operative companies, The dealers
whon arraigned pleaded not guilty,
and were hold in bonds of $1,000 each,
Laura Jackson Liberated.
London, Aug, 14. Ann O'Dellu Diss
Debar, who under the name of Laura
Jackson was sentenced Doc, 20, 1901,
to seven years' penal servitude for con
nectlon with an Immoral cult known
as tho "Theocratic Unity," of which
her reputed husband, Theodore Jack
eon, was the head, was liboruted from
Aylesbury prison under tlckot of
leave, having obtained the maximum
reduction of sentence by good beha
vior. Mor Warje For Walter.
Minneapolis, Aug. 14. Qlrla em
ployed Iu down-town restaurants
caught their employers unawares ut
the opening; of tho Grand Army en
campment and demanded an Increase
in their wages. Tho girls have been
setting S week. Fully 300 demand
d from 10 to ?12 under threats of
quitting. The restaurant men granted
I their demands.
) wttitts uinnr
In Primary Elections, at Viewed by a
Kansas City Court.
Kansas Clty.Aug, 14. In tho circuit
court It was decided by Judge Brum
Illicit that It Is contrary to the con
Etltutlun of tho United States for a
political committee to make nn urbl
rary ruling defining what members ut
the party should have the right to
vote at primary elections, basing the
ruling on how tho mombera of the
purty voted at thu hiBt stato eloctlon.
Judge llruniback declared that the
ballot ti sacred under tho constitu
tion, and that no political party has
tho right to Investigate and find out
how a man voted at the past olectlou,
Tho present committee rulod that
no man who had not voted tho party
ticket at tho last stato election had
tha right to vote at tho approaching
county primary olootlon, and cortaln
members of the party who hud not
voted tho straight party ticket ut tho
last state election appealed to tho cir
cuit court to stay tho action of tho
Protest From Porto Rico,
San Juan, P. It., Aug. 14. The
American Federation of Labor of
Porto ltlco forwarded to President
llooscvolt nn appeal, to which 5,000
signatures are appended, agalust the
alleged use of pollco by the Insular
administration to obstruct offorts of
the federation to Improve the condi
tion of working people. The appeal
declares that the police Interfered
with the right of free speech and per
secuted laborers, and holds that the
police were responsible for rioting
during tho recent strike In the cane
Order For Rearrest.
Denver, Colo., Aug. 14. Judge Ben
Llndsey closed the investigation of
the alleged franchise frauds. Judge
Llndsey bad Sheriff Nisbet before
him and Informed the sheriff that the
four contempt prisoners must be re
arrested, as Judge Palmer had no
right to order their release. All four,
it is reported, left the city.
' " BROWNE'S RELEASE
Ordered Because His Incarceration
Was Violation of Treaty.
Now York, Aug. 15. Charles K.
Browne, former examiner of silks In
the government customs service in
this city, was ordered released from
Sing Slag prison by Judge Hough
of the United States comt on n writ of
habeas corpus. Browne was recently
brought back from Canada, where he
Cod after giving ball, and was taken
direct to prison. His counsel claimed
this was In violation of the extradition
treaty between the United States and
Counsel for Browne contended that
he was practically kidnaped. In the
opinion, discharging Browne from
custody, Judge Hough declared that
there Is no authority vested in the
United States government to seize or
hold a person extradited In pursuance
of treaty provisions except on the
charge of which, the extradition was
Firemen Demand Helpers.
Lancaster, Pa., Aug. 15. The Penn
sylvania railroad company Is having
trouble with its firemen on the new
low grade railroad. The firemen living
In Columbia held a meeting and decid
ed not to fire on the road unless given
a helper. Orders were received for
30 firemen to proceed to Enola, but
not one responded. It is stated a meet
ing of the firemen at Enola, and Har
rlsburg will be held to reach the same
determination. The 15 miles of con.
tinuous up grade on one stretch of
tho road Is claimed to be too much for
one fireman. It Is also claimed that a
round trip means the shoveling of at
least 65,000 pounds of coal, and the
men say they cannot stand It,
Being Discussed by Railway Lawyers
At Atlantic City.
Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 15. Moro
than GO lawyers, representing all tho
larger railroads east of the Missis
sippi rlvor, particularly those travers
ing tho territory south of the Ohio
river and the New England states, as
sembled here to make a detailed
study of the provisions of the railiond
rate bill, which goes Into effect Aug.
29. Members of tho conference con
sist of the chief counsels, general so
licitors and other members of tho
legal departments of railroad corpo
rations. Indictment Still Alive.
San Francisco, Aug. 15, A warrant
JKas Usued fox the arrest of, William
H. Vice, formerly coast passenger
agent for the Union Pacific road.
Three years ago Vice disappeared and
an Indictment charging him with the
embezzlement of f 10,000 was returned
by a grand Jury. It Is said by tho po
lice that Vice went to Hondurns and
that following the conflagration In
In April he returned here believing tha
Indictment against him was burned.
Will Prosecute Brokers,
Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 15. The
books of allbert & Cloy, local brokers,
with whom Alexander It. Chlsholm, th
defaulting paying teller of the First
National bafck, Is ulleged to havo
squandered 138,000 of the bank's
funds In speculation, have been taken
over by District Attorne Steale, who
is prosecuting this Arm and another
tor tholr alleged connection with the
defalcation, by which the bank Is the
loser of 197,000,
Dewey Head of F. P. A,
New York, Aug. 15. Admiral
Georgo Dewey was elected governor
general of the order of Fouuders and
Patriots pf America to nil the vacanoy
caused by the death of Robert 1),
To Separate Troops.
Leavenworth, Kan., Aug. 15 It wa
stated at Fort Leavenworth that plaus
are being perfected to have all color
ed troops In the Unltod States army
stationed at one post because of race
feeling that exists at many points
whore both white and colored soldiers
re stationed. It Is said that a south
era post probably will be selected for
tho colored troop.
Renipel Hotel from 10 a. in. to 6 p. hi,
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Return of Mr. Bryan.
Lincoln, Neb., Xas. 14. Details for
the homecomlns r,f William J, Bryan
Sept. 5 wore arranged at a mentlng of
the different coivnilttoeu. According
to tha present Itinerary Mr. Bryan
will not arrive until lata In the after
noon, and tlinro will be no elaborate
parade as intended. Tha exercises
Will take place at the stato capitol
grounds, and will ba in the open. Gov
ernor Mickey will deliver the address
of welcome, to which Mr. Bryan will
respond. Thcie will bo other speeches,
as present plana do not couioniplalo
any speakers outside the state. The
reception will bo followed by fire
works. The business and residence
parts of tho city will be elaborately
decorated, and a great ciowd is ex
pected from bthor states.
Powder Mill Explosion.
Fontanel, IndJ Aug." 14". By the ex
plosion of 00 kega of powder at a
local powder mill the press mill of
the powder plant was wrecked and
Frank Hamilton, 28, of Xenla, O.,
was killed. Hamilton was at work re
pairing u machine iu tho plant and
was blown nearly 100 feet by the ex
plosion, his body being cut to pieces.
Tho plant employs 100 men and they
were awaiting tho repair of tho ma
chlno Hamilton was working on be
fore commencing work. This, it Is
bollevod, proventod many more being
killed. Tho prosa mill in which tno
explosion occurred was blown to the
ground, causing a loss of 35,000.
Many winnows and houses were
shaken by the explosion. Greencastle,
12 miles uway, reported it seismic dis
turbance from the shock felt at that
Negro Seized Child.
Huntingdon, W. Ya., Aug. 15. Ger
tlo Wheeler, 11, while walking with
her porouts down Ninth street, was
seized by a negro as she passed &
dark alley. The negro ran with the
child, but was so closely pursued by
tho parents that ho dropped; her after
going about 50 yards. The alarm was
given and sayerol negroes wore arrest
ed, but they could not be identified.
Saq Joao Cosja Rica, Aug 15. An
International association entitled the
Latlu-Amorlcan club was formed here,
und will be oxtonded through ull tpe
Latlu-Amorlcan countries, A general
meeting wilt h held sooa.
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Syphilis or Blood Poison SSJ2 ,Th,e,;ouo,h,c0f!..,:)ur,m,''
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pewni applyliiK''"M'llfi'T''i!RtrnPl't toourvls'tliinphjaicfaii ii-n 1 he heme
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Doing lp the Euekeyo State.
Probing at Toledo.
Toledo, O., Aug. 1C An important
witness In tho Ice tmst and railway
Investigation was Wellington R. Hurt,
once receiver and prealdont of the
Ann Arbor railroad, Mr. Hurt testi
fied he v.-ca prealdont of tho road
whon the Toledo Ice and Coal com
pany was organized, that lio suggested
thu organization and coaxed employes
of the railroad to become stockholders
In the concorn, but claims ho did not
know tiie road carried freight for tho
Ice company freo of charge, Ho know
tho ico company was using tho rail
road real estatg but this was done by
othor companies which produce
freight. In regard to free or reduced
freight ratos for tho Ico compuny
Hurt said It is the custom to haul
freight at halt rates far building up
Whon asked by Commissioner Clem
ents ft he did not think it bad policy
for an ofllclal of a railroad to bo In
terested iu industries along the line
and thus bo In position to discrimin
ate In rate, Burt replied that it he had
It to do over1 again he would do exact
ly as he did In order to build up tho
buslnoss of his road.
Employes of the Ann Arbor tes'l
fled that supplies and men were car
ried over the road free of charge for
tho Toledo Ice and Coal company.
II. B. Myers, local freight agent of
the Pere Marquette railroad, said the
Michigan Lake Ico company was the
principal shipper of Ico over his road
but he had no records to show that
tho company was given a lower rate
tkuu other icd.Bjhipjwira,
mtlsfactio:!, ynu gel cured or you ire OUT NO HCNE'i.
SoMWcui Wo lu'l."'?.
ln'nr-Url'lir, Ul.l "1 flallon
per cent, allowed to the first
from any town. Car fare paid.
Rio Grande, Gallia Co., O.
Terms Begin Aug, 27; Nov. 2, 190(1
and .Ian. 28 und April 5, 1907. Tui
tion: Common Branches SO por torm;
Iflglicr S7; Music $8. Courses of
Study: -English und KormaU Scien
tific Preparatory; Classical Prepara
tory; Scientillo Collogluto; Classical
Collegiate; Music. English and Nor
mal und Scientillo Preparatory Couis
es revised and enlarged. Send for
clrqular gfvtijg every particular. Es
pecial work in Civil Engineering and
Business, deluding Stenography and
TypovrItlir,T, Uoaid with furnished
room $2,50 por week. Eor catalogue
or circular, address,
JOHN M. PA VIS, President
.1QIIN lV, IIOLCOMB, Sect'y
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