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Mansfield News, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1924, Mansfield, Ohio TO JOIN OF OPTIMISM Mansfield join ia the May celebration of optimism which Himself will be staged by ine TTn in the United States the indicate un- filst ot Mav A local Balanced Mentally be appointed to ar- range for Mansfield's observance The body of a dressed sand plans be announced man about twenty-eight years the found Saturday night The which has the the Peppard farm near of President close to the county Secretary of Commerce had shot himself a 28 members Coroner Wayne women of national is to be one of the Young The body was the pulpit and heads of of the Every en to the morgue of Bennett motion picture is to every adult be on May Coroner Young says the somewhat their plans early so as to the nation of its and to obtain the possible operation of all The change has been made that the United immersed in political and business has forgotten how to The correct this con- Restore cheerfulness by promoting good ness and among OF B. Harold Wants 000; Answer Filed By Lexington Bank Shelby News and Mr and Mrs. Harry Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Post and and W. W. of TALKS XO MINISTERS Radio v. recital br assisted ward violin by 5 to p. Miss Mae of Inf Van Wert i o' p. e. The operetta Miss the Ministerial at the locai Association in the parlors of to a. p. A. well play was staged by the students iac Damages to the amount faculty the Shelby of The music and solos are demanded of 3leasiag setting to the progress by Harold petition filed in common INVITED TO BANQUET Post and W. i market esc. Stars and 9c23 p of sad a exchange of baritone Horace U. court by Carl J. Gagler and C. displaced the at cast was admirably chosen 12 ie R. McLaughlin f avers he was em ployed on August 31. 1322. as 34 of a number of our boys Shelby on tne 4 and Mats famous p but had blue backers decided to make known PUN the great festival is to have serious There is. in rate among newly born it in charge of the May is working might ly and main to reduce this by calling 170 and red All the marks had been cut off his In his under concealed ner Young believes the man from west of because his watch showed one hour slower than the time east of No one seems to have seen tne Two notes were found the The contents indicate the unfortunate mau was a victim of hallucination that he a lost The first note Do not bother nobody for say I am a lost man in this Jfo The Grave Anybody finds f straightening of the Andrews Health Association after and bury me in flows through the had been held by in the city holding of activities with the board of Assura been received that e 5 When the survey ton n and hamlet in the United He claims that he did Her FORM BALL Sunday school representatives Elimination Of Flood ger At Butler Will Be Completed A large delegation of Butlers note who are interested in by the American Child public attention to the importance of- good health and ness among the But so far as the May Day festivities themselves are every agency will be directed to ing the day one of merry picturesque and joyous the day were an- fell from a signal tower while American Frank as will meet at Baptist the signal lamp at John was the this evening at 7 o'clock to and o clock a. progressive arrange for tee formation of an in- as the foster baseball by his 8 p. in of Q. i p. j York I p. VorE City boarU in not baying the and not having a. on the J by Helen u. L. Wolfe p. by by Howard p. to be by p ci erne SETS that be desired in his Mary Van Hora as In the cross petition of tho against and sica aud Haven Zebold as Henry Foster very much in delighted the audience meeting of Lutheran Brotherhood trill held this evening at at KU 1030 a. aad of aad Special program and are also 5i3o AlleU P. br the Wai p p. p. stocks sad with for my last am a lost man in this with the board of got no Please when you j f been received that bury me. little stone andj what Last No J by the will participate in some opposition was registered There are to be Coroner Young believes large number of the and other appealing man was a He the owing to the of May prets the to the entire village was and its with the his The body will be ed in the assessment for the held at Gabon in hopes of ing the identity of the dead la York City there be land in The Lexington Savings BUSY and p The Brunswick cigar 72 br Main street was broken into the en- tu. of thv Vork of trance being effected thru a 0 asks that these two be window at the rear and be considered the first and best and The rear door and that the land be sold was slase manager that judgment for 5650 be Dora dered on one mortgage and Slhe scene was lead m he telephoned stage an unlocked by Officer Miss Dora Summer Had charge of h d h- TJO p. Preach Bull p. p literary p. p. p. ot tlie Japan the Me. Weldon is attorney for the ington Rufus Shenow has filed EJ tea garden Japanese Jr and large clusters of ed a of 0? blossoms were the answer in same case in which i Tae is that or a girl whose BUYS he sets up a homestead in MOVIES ARE Tn runi I rmn Illi S IU LMl pav Since thea a has and Protect his jorer the scene and the opposition in addition Workman is attorney f tion of He asks the ner 'n the care of C. opposition been The estimated j cost of the which in- the widening as well as the to the usual giant gathering ia Central Park under the auspices of the Bureau of De- I straightening of the will i ot the Public Of this amount the Athletic and pays 35 per and the of national payers of Butler ths additional 65 j In addition to under- Arthur of cer cent Staking his Baltimore and Ohio moving Tiis was Coolidge it is is in a flood on June find time to take the chief pole a special set 01 devastated the and success o' the safety All employes of the in this will be given the 1-1 U. A iL j. to see the ac some future m the movement The tures the success of territory contingent to its tide and 1 broadcast s. May Day steps taken soon afterward to the have the commissioners take senators and action toward affording relief .in already which be shown in a in the yards opposite the bv other citizens Poets Guild of New in an t Instructions how to prevent er Cropped br the com- will oe given along lfc Bef effort to stimulate an- V WOO for the had de March 10. He gives her to a for who brings up and Smiley a. up exercises by R. J director of the Y. Jl. C. A. aad A ial tlie woman's 13 p. service a. weather a. Detroit News p. weather s reports p. Detroit News I p. recital by br by David Keener has purchased p. by lib Moulin c Crouse property at corner She is to wed a but she loves aai SHELBY BRIEFS I The play carries events j Mrs. S. M. is thru to a happy Overfill at her 67 Second i nni people look part in Miss Essie is training rill II I cast and lhe St. Luke's hospital Cleveland I players are to be here for a visit with her mother 3-OQ p. No. 10, Downing Street has residence of p. or prime ministers for by Etbel two hundred Ann E. Snyder has filed a tition in common pleas court ing the payment of life in- surance policy issued by the York Life Insurance policy sued to George Lee Mrs. Snyder says the company issued the policy to her husband ted upon the splendid manner Emma 15 South which play was Gamble Mr. and Mrs. Albert and of were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. 20 East BIG BASS J. E. Hitchey received the head of a black bass by parcel post morning from V. O- Peters aey over the issued the policy to her husband our anti is Ollie of 10. 1922., and the winter in St. visited at the home of her in Jt were paid until the death of Mr. the head George Lee Snyder June 10, 1323. Mrs. Snyder now asks judgment the which will be the nature of an illustrated These pictures are being ed shown at all terminals of the Baltimore and including South where the car goes from POems are Bot to 4S JiBes for the C. H. Henkel is 5 treated with shellac before for- warding to Mr. are to be sent to Christodora B- OF MHS P. M. the officials to allow the im- provement to be The American Child Health sociation is an organization made up of notionally known men and and has Herbert Hoover for George B. died weeks died Sunday at her South Main following an illness of several Mrs. was born in Holmes county Sept. 1S54. the greater part of her life in or She is survived by Mrs. Banks and Mrs. Claud sis five great one Mrs. Mary Dir of one Rev. A. B. Moore of Mrs. Logan a faithful member of First Christian church of this ices at the home Tuesday after- by the Rev. Craig Mrs. Blanche Stewart Amsbaugh 3S wife of Clarence A. died yesterday morning at o'clock at the family 216 Lind after a short Besides the husband she is survived by five and her Mrs. Belle of Perrysville three Mrs. George of this Miss Lulu Stewart and Mrs. O'Riley of and one Ralph of IncL Funeral services win be held Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the 216 Lind Rev. C. Schwartz In Burial will be made IE the Mansfield TO Prof. P. head of the department of romance of Oberlin Jameson and Miss returned to Oberlin morning after a short visit with relatives son is one of the staff of Gasoline Purveyors Declare War Oa Policy Of Youngstown Mayor Mar. 10. Either the Merry and town shall be enabled to buy gas for his flivver in or will buy oa the Sabbath if the oline purveyors have their The blue law enforcement of Mayor which includes filling but does not in- street gar and so has started a row which will not And that the gasoline station nen are in earnest in their efforts to have everything closed J 1 the ing to the data the fish weighed 12 pounds and was caught Feb. 27 jn Oklawaha River by using a six-inch live bai t. after a fierce REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS The G. Bahl Co. to Anna R. lots 19-20121 hungry for wood Add large enough to ad- Anna R. to U. D. David Hunter and family on North Gamble street over the Frank Goodman motored to Canton yesterday for a brief visit with Miss Anna Wood spent became a serious Mansfield Woman Explains A vital and important food which for a time was quite serious has been solved bv Mrs. E. L. of 219 Park months I could not eat the morning I would be com- I would have a bad taste in and my tongue would be white and I would get out of bed r would dizzy I have been taking this much of and least I have improved bit of food would make me It It has done me more good day with her tban I believed X short time ago I in The can eat anything and am never an ICU 1 j. COIL 1 ing it. It has done wonders can go the whole day never have those dizzy The head is oa exhibition m the street and room Lot 21 Fay L. Hoppes et al to Samuel H. Leach Lot 7732 lmc 12 W. J. Price to L. Banks later De and placed 7G24 51. Marie Renard to Bertha vey Lots 123-124-125 Lincoln Heights 51. Mary Myers et al to A. R. ter et al Pt Lots 346 I started taking am certainly glad to I was always troubled for it is a good SOCIAL The ladies of Aluminum Review Lina Deems to Jacob Dennis Lot 51 Lexington Myers et ai to Rule et al SO acres Troy Tp B. J. Balliett to et al Lot 46 Longview Terrace Joseph Symsick to John Pt 5 52 of the Maccabees are dent at Oberlin Miss Alice Kirkpatrick over Sunday with her Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 54 South Gamble Miss ing feeling in my patrick is a student at Lake Erie an hour after I finished The genuine College tor omen at my stomach would begin to which Mrs. Berry has accompanied home by two aad I would feel sick all A led is packed in a blue and of her Misses bile would rise up in carton and may be obtained Trehune and Beatrice When it came on me Mansfield only at Lane's Mrs. Claude Roush and Mrs. I could not but There is a J. Higgins very quietly celebrated get out of bed and walk the j store in every nearby their birthdays at their joying a social afternoon at 5Ir. and Mrs. Baiter B F room at of P. hall and 120 west Main street attended the at 6 funeral of Mr. The Mrs. at follows at o FUNERAL Miss Ruth of Misses Gertrude ble Greenleaf and Semla fwill be held Tuesday at 10 a. m. at of Ohio University al The of Mrs. Luther Hall Edwin J. ton Freed et al home 102 the week-end as the A. J. S. Freea 129 acres E s of home 53 Gamble S Reformed or de- a will Glenn Freed to Edwin Raymond to thur et Lots 4936-4937! Oakland Catharine Kochheiser to L. Beck Lot 5140 John A. Conard to of CONDITION IMPROVED The condition of 19 West Whitney avenue who Mrs. Charles and Burial in Ellis and Cletus have arrived from to join Mr. who is employed The regular meeting of tSe township farm will be held Friday evening iarch 14, at Cookton Grange hall j 3IEETS. The program includes a discussion of the feeding and American Legion 01 and soy beans is .an emergency hay V. O. ej tight on blue or wide Temple tins summer is evidenced L Wright et al to PURCHASES RESIDENCE will conduct a party Eu- aes et al Lot 5753 raig will give his experience vith this The program also includes ic by the Smith a Mrs. Mary i duet by Florence and Refreshments will ie served by the women of the be held this evening at the gion oy Mrs. R. Bange to Cleveland Buffalo on a ness trip and to attend spring ACCEPTS iliss Lillian Weldon accepted a rith th DlT Goods tickets at four Three committees have been j named to make of the city and note all Here is a partial list of articles purchased by Package of playing Cards at a cigar of poter pair of bottle of let piece of sheet Blue which the girl at a music store played for the a pound of coffee at a drug half dozen buns and a bos nabisco wafers at a grocery pair of and dice and a box of shoe ish at drug Many other ar- were him with a stroke a few days is being a fugitive from Carl as somewhat 42, alias George T. was taken back today to Ro- to answer to a charge OX MAXX ACT Mar. futile waste of authorities agree that coughing 1'JL aggravates the Irritation in throat and lungs that is causing the cough and therefore only makes you cough the Control the cough and the irritation is soon Dr. King's New Discovery stops coughing quickly by gently stimulating the mucous branes to throw off clogging lessly and effectively the violent throat and chest spasms are and the inflammation j then clears It has an agreeable f All Tbe friends of PARENTS OF Mr. and Mrs. J. 177 of the Eim Hall are parents of daughter born at their he school house Friday noon i nd surprised the Miss PARENTS OF SON The visitors had brought a and 5Irs- L- 303 er which was served at Mulberry street are chool The regular school of a was carried out during j The occasion was the GETS OF DEATH j anniversary of thei E- 100 Ashland purchases will be used ia cutions if Mayor Scheible decides to close up everything or unless he allows the gasoline men to remain open on Estr to R. John Chew has purchased the Hammond et al Pot Lot 193 John Sharp residence property at Donald et al to Rosie B. Weber et al 65 acres ton Alice L. Walters 17 Third to BIRTH A son was born to and Mrs. Haun 114 South Gamble Bailey Lot 571 and Pt 570'street, A. W. to F. E. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY et al Pt Tot 734-735 Shelby 51. 1 Laura Egner to Hr H. John K. Cumberworth et al Lot 1067 Shelby Charles L. Dodge et of violating the Mann act. his eighty-fifth to at the 5S Dewey Mandey et al Lot 1029.iSlni3ey The Shelby jevent was made especially E. Roberts to by the presence of his Fisk Lot Shelby jren and their Mr. Robert M. Spangler to has been a resident Armstrong et al Lot 1035 Shelby Shelby for upwards of 50 a corn Corns Don't Pare Constant hacking only metes a cough DR. KING S NEW DISCOVERY this Signature 51. land is and most favorable i enA Kills the pain F. E. Beyer et al to G. H. known in this then loosens and et aJ Pot Lot 734-735 Emma K. Temple to Charley was engaged in the E. Lape et al Lot 181 ton r word this motor bas transportation ia Ohio SCHOOL SOCIAL There will be an the death of aer Mrs. which this morning at 7.15 o'clock Bell Pt Lot 3303 and of drain and did extensive Mr. is in reasonable health Pt Lot and a in the of the Those present were Mr. and U. S. March 10. is no longer a. cat bnt is on a sound Anna G. Wooden et Alma I. Cairns et al Pt. Lot 1669i at Ind. Mrs. is the declara Maxwell to Herbert H. re expected to bring a box ot AT Stephen Haboush Wednesday noon at the ouse and at the high school ay He is a native of will be held the time to be announced FARM MEET Th regular meeting of the farm bureau of Springfield will be held was once a shepherd Haboush was educated t the University of Mr. Mrs. G. 35 are the f a born at their The child has een Mined Margaret March 12, at the home of Mrs. W. W. This will be an all day The time will be spent in knotting a The usual sandwiches and covered dish dinner will be OFFICERS RESERVE The next meeting of the of- reserve corps be held Wednesday evening 6'15 o'clock at the Elks Ralph W. Cleveland president of the Ohio Motor Bus Owner's Sanborn is in Columbus in connection with the filing of incorporation papers for the Cleveland People's Motor Bus company and the progress to the state utilities commission ot applications for certificates to op- erate the new double deck type busses in Judge Sanborn declared the people demand motor bus trans- In Cleveland both the railway company and the bus com- he want to supply the service raising the question as to who will do so. He maintained I he motor bus is more is as safe is cheaper than average electric line or Tilock Lot 87 Add David to Isaac H. Bevier et al Pt Lot 6SS Shelby 51.00. IF YOU f NECK AS LONG A3 THIS ANO HAD RELIEVE IT Me. mud 60e. ALL DRUGGISTS exhausts vitality SCOTTS EMULSION restores strength NOTICE s Court of NOT on the it is NOT is no other g Take Relieves m 24 HOURS GRIPPE IN 3 DAYS Alt Jn Common r et OF Emma ct Steiner Eli of and John ot annr and unknown heirs of address tate notice shat the have an action against them Common Court of for the purpose of title in the following real i as a part of the west quarter of section 23, In ship 21, of Range 18, on i the west line ot said ter 25 rods fonth from the Thence east sonth one-half degree east 3S.SS Thence rods to the west boundary line of said north on the west boundary line of to the place of containing three more or Said i defendants are required to answer on I or before March 31, 1824 Attorney lot 11-18-25-113-10-17, I The First and as Price 30 Cents NEW SWEATERS and Silk Spring in most colorful Side and
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