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   Mansfield News, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1924, Mansfield, Ohio                               CnilMN TO JOIN GEfflilflON OF OPTIMISM Mansfield -will join ia the May _, __. ,_ __. _ celebration of optimism which SflOt Himself Wlta KeVOl- will be staged by ine TTn children, in the United States the ver, Jiotes indicate un- filst ot Mav A local TOm. Balanced Mentally mittee -o-iU be appointed to ar- range for Mansfield's observance The body of a u-ell dressed sand plans be announced with- man about twenty-eight years old, the nesx month, found Saturday night near; The celebration, which has the the Peppard farm near of President Cool- close to the county line- Secretary of Commerce had shot himself a 28 calibre: Hoover, members ot. Congress, revolver. Coroner Wayne women of national importance, children, is to be one of the Young says. The body was educators, the pulpit and heads of Jtoes of the undertaking. Every en to the morgue of Bennett motion picture industry, is to Smother, every father, everv adult Anderson, Gallon. be on May Day. Coroner Young says the maa'is somewhat rmoved. their plans early so as to "inform the nation of its importance, and to obtain the -widest possible co- operation of all classes. The change has been made that the United States, immersed in political and business problems, has forgotten how to laugh. The children, willlieip correct this con- dition. Restore cheerfulness by promoting good health. Joyous- ness and nvholesomeness among OF B. R: Harold lacfcty Wants 000; Answer Filed By Lexington Bank Shelby News berxvorth and family, Mr and Mrs. Harry jVIaier, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Post and family, Shelby, and W. W. Cumber-worth of Cleveland. TALKS XO MINISTERS Radio MONJDAV  IKETS 8 ,lar scnss. p. in of Q. Oliplianc. i p. prosrraaa. j York (tVJZ) (6CU I p. VorE City boarU of? g_ent in not baying the ligthed and not having a. on the stairway. Bejhsaao' Sutcun J by Helen u. Pjirker. -Baeoa L. Wolfe p. by Broudy's or- recllal by Howard lfb. P- P- reports. p. awrt to be girea by orctestra. p ci erne BAXK SETS CLAEH that couli be desired in his per- sonation. Mary Van Hora as Jes- In the cross petition of tho against and oih- sica aud Haven Zebold as Henry Foster Jones, very much in delighted the audience saonthly meeting of the't Lutheran Brotherhood trill be; held this evening at at Ciiiragu (KIM') (J53 KU 1030 a. aad cosasneat popa- of fteancSal aad coaaserelal saark- Special program and "Eats" are also pre-j 5i3o P- siserStJan. AlleU P. toncert br the Wai reports: p beattoe story. (WOC) p. p. stocks sad saarii- with citv. cemeterj- for my last money, am a lost man in this world. with the board of county] got no name. Please when you j commissioners. f been received that everv bury me. pi't little stone andj _ what native. Last omen. No J by the commissioners, will participate in some name." jlent opposition was registered by. way. There are to be parades. Coroner Young believes large number of the residents' pageants, and other appealing "ex- man was a fore.gner. He the plan, owing to the cocimeroirative of May prets the "what native" to nieanjthat the entire village was inclad-'Day and its asiocia'ioa with the his nationality. The body will be ed in the assessment for the ini-i young. held at Gabon in hopes of learn- ing the identity of the dead provemeat. la Nttv York City there be land in question. The Lexington Savings performance. BUSY and tatioas; national________ _____ boaril report; Kveiilns O.-OO p Aft: The Brunswick cigar store, 72 br i'rof. Main street was broken into .y morning, the en- tu. uiaiACC .ejJwrts; of thv Xevr Vork P- prograsa. forelsa QUO- p- toneert. P- Isueiorallty of Soul." trance being effected thru a base- 0 asks that these two mortgages, t! be window at the rear fac. ta' and eoratin. Thurmanj. be considered the first and best and Decorating. Thurmanjjng. The rear door and lien, that the land be sold was slase manager that judgment for 5650 be Dora ,_______________., dered on one mortgage and Slhe -pile scene was lead m he immedialeiv telephoned arden. i_ stage njaaager an unlocked by Officer Bradv. Miss Dora Summer Had charge of h d h- TJO p. vole. "Dojrs Preach Bull Dosre." p. S-Oi) p Outlooic literary min- p. Knells, soprano. Si" p. orjcan recital. p. ot tlie Japan the other. "William Me. Weldon is attorney for the ington bank. Rufus Shenow has filed EJ -.-luu tea garden Japanese Sch5ffer> Jr and large clusters of ed a tQeft of 0? cherrj- blossoms were the decora- Cas2l register. answer in same case in which i Tae siory is that or a girl whose BUYS "MiOt'iiltTY he sets up a homestead died, wliile in Japan, leav- SJIFETY MOVIES ARE Tn runi nvrnistraisl I rmn Illi S IU LMl pav man.. Since thea a has neighborhocC and Protect his right. jorer the scene and the opposition tlement celebrations, in addition Workman is attorney f tion of He asks the ner 'n the care of C. opposition been withdrawn. The estimated j cost of the improvement, which in- the widening as well as the to the usual giant gathering ia Central Park under the auspices of the Bureau of Recreation, De- I straightening of the stream, will i partmeat ot Parks, the Public Of this amount the Athletic League, and wo- pays 35 per cent, and the tax! of national note. _ _ _ payers of Butler ths additional 65 j In addition to giving-the under- Arthur Cans, of Baltimore. cer cent Staking his endorsement., Presi- Baltimore and Ohio moving pic- Tiis jjule was yjg Coolidge "may, it is hoped, tnre exhibitor, is in .the citj- to- 'f a disasu.ous flood on June {s find time to take the chief pole day. -with a special set 01 devastated the t'le Washington, and success o' the safety campaign. All employes of the compaay in this will be given the 1-1 U. A iL -w__ _ j. _., pnvilese to see the repeticioil ac some future time. havejomM m the movement The tures iUustrating the success of territory contingent to its tide and 1 Possibly, broadcast s. May Day steps xvere taken soon afterward to1 Proclamati011 to the Cation. have the commissioners take some'-Nulnerolls senators and represen- action toward affording relief .in already which -srill be shown in a coach, in the yards opposite the bv other citizens "U Poets Guild of New in an i, t Instructions how to prevent ac- er Cropped br the com- cidents will oe given along with! 'to lfc Bef effort to stimulate interest, an- V WOO for the had de March 10. H.'ton. He gives her to Kokemo, a   OF DEATH j irthday anniversary of thei E- Hall. 100 Ashland sacher. purchases will be used ia prose- cutions if Mayor Scheible decides to close up everything or unless he allows the gasoline men to remain open on Sunday. ISPOfiTHTION Wm. Bowers, Estr to R. H.j John Chew has purchased the Hammond et al Pot Lot 193 John Sharp residence property at Mansf S7700.00. Donald "Mell et al to Rosie B. Weber et al 65 acres Washing- ton Sl.OG. Alice L. Walters 17 Third street. to BIRTH AXXOCXCEMEXT A son was born to and Mrs. Jaines'Gail Haun 114 South Gamble Bailey Lot 571 and Pt 570'street, Saturday. Mansf SI. A. W. PfHeger to F. E. Beyer! CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY et al Pt Tot 734-735 Shelby 51. 1 Laura Egner to Hr H. Brown! John K. Cumberworth celebra- et al Lot 1067 Shelby Si. Charles L. Dodge et a! of violating the Mann act. jied his eighty-fifth nirthday anni. to versary at the home, 5S East' Dewey Mandey et al Lot 1029.iSlni3ey avenue, ycsierday. The Shelby SI. jevent was made especially enjoy- Mertoa E. Roberts to Sadie'ao'e by the presence of his child-' Fisk Lot SSO, Shelby Sl.OO. jren and their families. Mr. Cum-j Robert M. Spangler to has been a resident of: Armstrong et al Lot 1035 Shelby Shelby for upwards of 50 years! a corn o, Corns Don't Pare Them! Constant hacking only metes a cough Jtartt. DR. KING S NEW DISCOVERY this Signature 51. land is and most favorable i Bine-jay enA coins. Kills the pain F. E. Beyer et al to G. H. Croyj known in this community. Until5 then tLecom loosens and et aJ Pot Lot 734-735 retlremenTseveraryears comesoniLNorisk.noconstanttron- Emma K. Temple to Charley was engaged in the manufacture' druggist. E. Lape et al Lot 181 ton r _ _ road! "received word this motor bas transportation ia Ohio SCHOOL SOCIAL There will be an entertain- the death of aer mother. Mrs. Benfield, which occur- "red this morning at 7.15 o'clock Bell Pt Lot 3303 Mansf SI. -.of and of drain tile, and did !en extensive business. Mr. Cum-J aerworth is in reasonable health Pt Lot and a keea fatefest in the laffairs of the day. Those present were Mr. and Mrs- U. S. COLUMBUS, March 10. is no longer a. "wild cat proposi- tion, bnt is on a sound fonnda-j Mansf. Anna G. Wooden et Alma I. Cairns et al Pt. Lot 1669i at Muncie. Ind. Mrs. Beafield.perimental stage" is the declara Maxwell to Herbert H. re expected to bring a box ot AT "VVESTIXGHOCSE Stephen Haboush trjn speafe Wednesday noon at the Westing- ouse and at the high school Tues- ay morning. He is a native of will be held there, the time to be announced later. FARM "WOMEN MEET Th regular meeting of the farm bureau of Springfield town- will be held Wednesday, aliiee was once a shepherd oy. ilr. Haboush was educated t the University of Kansas. Mr. .and Mrs. F, G. Hayes, 35 IlmwootJ drive, are the parerfts f a born at their ome, Sundajf The child has een Mined Margaret Lloyd. March 12, at the home of Mrs. W. W. Doolittle. This will be an all day meeting. The time will be spent in knotting a comfort. The usual sandwiches and covered dish dinner will be served. OFFICERS RESERVE The next meeting of the of- ficers reserve corps jwill be held Wednesday evening "at 6'15 o'clock at the Elks grill. Ralph W. Sanborn, Cleveland president of the Ohio Motor Bus Owner's association. 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 Cleveland. Judge Sanborn declared the people demand motor bus trans- portation. In Cleveland both the railway company and the bus com- pany, he said, want to supply the service raising the question as to who will do so. He maintained I he motor bus is more convenient, is as safe aiid is cheaper than 'he average electric line or rail- road, Tilock Lot 87 Idlewood Add Keener, David E., to Isaac H. Bevier et al Pt Lot 6SS Shelby 51.00. IF YOU HAD' f NECK AS LONG A3 THIS FELLOW, ANO HAD SORETHROAT TONSILINE SHOUUTQUICKLY RELIEVE IT Me. mud 60e. IToapiU ALL DRUGGISTS Bronchitis- exhausts vitality SCOTTS EMULSION restores strength XJZGAX. NOTICE s Court of NOT on the Box, it is NOT "There is no other g QUINDlffi, Take Relieves rCOLD m 24 HOURS 'LA GRIPPE IN 3 DAYS Alt Jn Common r Connty, Ohio, jl'bilippine Cronentrett, et aL, Plaintiffs. NOTfCE OF PCCLICJlTTON Emma seiner, ct Defendants, Emjna Steiner Eli of .Grnbill, Indiana, Berthn Biongh and John Itlonsii ot Hnntinston annr and {he unknown heirs of Mary. Lindcgcer. deoensed. address tate notice shat the plaintiffs! have an action against them in! tln> Common Court of Connty, Ohio, for the purpose of quiet- injr title in the following described' real i as beinft a part of the sonthi west quarter of section 23, In Tonn-< ship 21, of Range 18, beginning: on i the west bonnd.iry line ot said quar-l ter 25 rods fonth from the northwest! corner; Thence east rods; Thence! sonth one-half degree east 3S.SS rods: Thence wpst rods to the west boundary line of said qnarter; Themv north on the west boundary line of -said qnirter vcds to the place of beginning; containing ninety-, three acres, more or less." Said i defendants are required to answer on I or before March 31, 1824 GEOnOC II. Attorney lot F, 11-18-25-113-10-17, I Preventive: The First Infiuenza, and as Price 30 Cents niHBil LJil' NEW SWEATERS Ladies' and Misses' Silk Spring Sweaters, in most colorful effects. Side button, Jacqtiel'r and buckle." SPAPFRf   

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