1894 jul 14 koch, geo regarding barbers
"BRUSH DE GENTS." Barbers' Picnic To-Morrow To-Morrow To-Morrow at Glorious Wood 1 ale. Barbers Day this year promises to eclipse arvy of the affairs got up In the past by the Barbers Aid Society. The arrangements tor tne picnic to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow at Woodsdalc Island have been completed by the committee, Messrs. FredSchultz, Conrad Meartz. Weibert Herman, George Spaith and Charles Schaller. Trains will leave tbe C, 11. and D. Depot at 8 :S0 a. m.. 10 :M a. m.. 1 p. m. and 2 p. m. Arrived at the grounds, the exercises of the I day will begin with the awarding of prizes to the fortunate gentlemen selling the larrest number of tickets. Thee prize, six in number, number, consist of a barber chair, six razors and a , cup with the winner's iiaiue engraved there- there- 1 on, a set of tools, mirror, another set of tools , and a new bat. 1 After the prizes are bestowed on their right-I right-I right-I fnl owners the prie shaving contest will be-: be-: be-: rin. which will be open to all Ohio barbers. The committee bas been besieged during the past week by a larKe number of long-haired. long-haired. long-haired. ; grizzly. bearded individuals seeking tickets of ud ni Lssioii to ihe park. They were promptly accommodated, and' n Ihrir entering the gates to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow will lscUed and ltd captive to the chairs, where they will be rapidly deprived of an su pern nous uair and beard. A prize or $i0 will be given to the winner of this shaving and hair cutting contest. Tho barber accompanied by the handsomest lady will be sought out by judges competent to jiass on beauty, and awarded ?2S iu coin of the realm. The day's pleasure will be brought to a close by Editor George W. Koch's orati -n -n on the subject. "The Barber of tbe Olden Time." ieterday three members of the committee called on the barbers Iu Middleiown. Hamilton Hamilton and Dayton, tend invited them to take part in to-morrow's to-morrow's to-morrow's festivities. The invitation was accepted, and a special train will bring them to the grounds.