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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1926, Zanesville, Ohio 1 A Nursery Campaign For The Goal for Which We Strive To serrp Peo- liecord the t v b o I d the Kt-bt and Point Way to THE TIMES RECORDER All the News A.11 the Time The Activities of the and Events Your Home ConimonttJ At Yonr Morning. "DECEMBER is. 1926 flurries; Fridaysnow or rain. THOUSANDS OUT HIS REINDEER Testimony Of "Informer" And ANNUAL APPEAL IS BEING THRONG MTlormntt ___- -m-r T n T 1X7" A F f 41 fatjl1 IS KILL DHOIB Told Of Pat's Trips To Massillon To Widow Tangle Pat M'Dermott 7-tC--e-.y- tJei' Oe.'ore Va- co-Iaic'rce er before in the V Tlit? of vf our stcre did we- "HSi- to thtT-de. "Today tea Heany Damage Suits Asainst State Result O. S. V. Poisoning COLUMBVS O, Dec- S-.ate universsiv No specified ist to be de- 4 L.O} ;ii operating _-o_ -I-----1 ,0_ Sl5.ooo was presented to r has been urabie be S SJST 5: trial ;c Cantor.. O-. en o- !..i.-_- mony of Melletts ar.ti Brothers Captured After Daring Bank Robbery; OMAHA. XcU Dec. s- brothers. by p-l.cc to ho ore. -v. vhonv-'SGii of Canton, alio was mace bitant. "ill by.tbe poison. Other TKS claims, when approved by the expected to be presented be bvaarents cf David L- Raskin. of'to the legislative finance commerce and jcur- recommendation tr.al moc... oe na-'-Wstticlent, died from the of- appropriated to pay The -j-e uoison. and by Tsnicthy laiure may or may riot aioCartiir. of "Fremont, nl-.o also was or may itself fix amounts .o made seriously be paid, publishes a newspa- J- person. He accompanied by XIn. y.Mls. both of v.ere -is.bly a.- i iAY SPEA of thr T I rum oi to lock c-ur doors Jive numln-r ot in He >c-irrda; in jr.iV-. riit-y i-jnse x lar mirlti a- ci-.ir.usTa.st.-- ejaculation ol Maaaie Lf.: of the A. E. Starr store. "Our K-ore r.as been packed frcca early -icmins ur.til closing ticie. Our c'-ris on the raaia floor cc-uldiJ-i cren i lunch "I- ivaa lull-.' up to our fondc--. A- H- Diliey of tie Du is Dllley Co. "It -i fiiie kpcctacle: '.t gave the peop.e v.ho our city scaiie- tnlng to see told tali about aiid it haV :--iost effect open (Continued on TO 0 EB i 31 EH ot p In tlir V-.IIIK- from .1- (ar :s- M-'- rlrti.i anil .1 few from l.ur- Mi "f Oliiu. ,.f ttin.-ll tlw natural traiiln; i-ntrr. (urni-iic-d H-
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