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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1925, Zanesville, Ohio TO OFFICIATE AT Prints the News VOL. NO. 69 SATURDAY JULY IS. 1925 CP M 1VI MI NEW FIRST AID New Bank Building Service on Between Fourth and Fifth in imposing new will be very heart of the district by tbe bank anil plans for- tits structure are now be- by the Announcement to erected Sc Zanesville and I lend toward the North Terrace Church on srand Blaster of grand lodge of lay taeS cornerstone of the Church of day auder the lodge of Masons and a copy of each of tbe ville lieu spapers of IS. will placed tn die box by AV. 3C 1 Resident of the National The erection of the which is to cost in the of will ai epoch IE the of commercial district and Is to be located one of the sites on Mam The building nili be rveen and Fifth ana is to include the occupied bv tse First National aad tne andi j store in the adjoining formerly owned by bat now ra of Iprst National It tend from South Court alley the to the Justus Co in the Graham tne covering of the Main street clock Fourth and The ground floor and ment of the new building trill be used strictly for while office rooms t win be on floors It is estimated that than 1OO soch will tbe building to be steel concrete a art stone by the i lodge A copy of Ilie New ment wili be placed in a box under the marchers at 11 sand the will on Foarth between Market and Main resting on Market lodges OB between Market V. 31. has been president or the tional bank for a little more than four years and under his careful the business has grown mous Other of the bank who bare so greatly irf Its J. B. Frank T. David K. assistant Cecil and W. K. W. G J. B. H. T IranK A. I1 and F. 31. of tlie terrace or brief tory of Uie from its to the present a. Hat of the cf the BOY IS HIS BOOy Main east on Main to north on street to west on avenue to the Fifth street bridge and to Commissioner street and to live church on The marshals of the Charies Touns Harry J for the Knights Templar and Paul O. Glenn A. Parade Pastor Weds An Actress Cincinnati Lad Is Of a Plot Pretty Girl In One Witness Drunken Lad Be- hind Steering Wheel Greea Co of have contract to desgn the building t and have personal charge tS Girl Travels at was la the tms a- of the ana now plans ior the wili be to the back aesr future s The Co. isi of The most neering in the les tae fact that as to be and assures i erection o' an i Tne Tils Co A of this told of six or she got her thrills riding the er of her friend s- automobile tbe friend to be and fined and costs after one of tha chases ta this part of C. and John Hughes of aoa on the road was Ja when saw an now erecting through the a. a new 16-story for to The They gare cease in tae mayors July the receipt of press dispatches from Cincinnati the of the Lake murder victim as H. of a authorities who thought they in a. ivay to solve the of his admitted they were mc one of tLe in which crime lias enshrouded fa Detectives 2 Cleveland which it tee bodr of yonta was throws early nope of success i- that had no of where jer t- and had not tne i T aid them in tne at orbes bank in It too re one of tne finest from a ings la was also and pressed on Sull by Green car So tney and roared in For twenty-two miles they up to miles The cease ended at e rail 3Ir Eateman stated clay that officials of tbe First bant hoped to have plans completed and tbe ready to torn down by 17 192B of the new home be started as soon as the old been It- to complete the tbe present First torn the new structure j be conducted by in the building Watson store at 3iala It is the of. the First Trust be several or to the of the tank bied A yenth was arraigned before the He said he was Fred Pore He was and costs for less He couldn't pay and had to call .Ms father to help him The girl told the mayor she rode the bumper thrill and didn't know it all She said her home is She was not increase ia the transacted bv thei first baak in the srs has made it necessary i or bank to enlarge its at and It is with a civic pride that of ok have decided to erect July IS the identification todav of the of on the laie Shoes road in Rocky as 3966 police and were Ing that the day throw some light upon the identity of his slayer TT of went to tee aaa the man as one who driven a chine a week ago had collided with The car a1 Ohio 373 -i also contained a pretty 16-i year-old girl as a DEHE Witness Tragedy In Detroit to In- It Great interest was in: and Uwt state Saturday o'clock Saturday after- noon which the ond annual first aid and Is be- i inK lilts at the Mark V parade traversed the cipal of. the east street to south on ThirS to Soil South to over- the Sixth Patnam avenue where the j First ere to south towed In street bridge with ers and came the Concert us in the contests this af were followed J ed next a of of United Mine in taken A badly i and street cars Mark nark hundred people were in the parade the of march was thronged with thousands viewed the procession with great feature was Columbus squad which a handsome They aria ed with aad cartridge bells and several military while marching Main Because of parade held in months of She tatora the marchers to field contests to r motorcycles and ir ac jLen to Chicago to decide whether not developments jof 26 Soars an- life and is expected to call fpr three new purported testimony on at the last moment at these are by Scott's 3C employed us an v was beaded Taimer arid m the fire a war by Columbus a union In today the second annual Aid taxed af Ths stage ins were when 3Lss bride of Sev tarian cal company H alib the mait Is swear tae brother shot that killed in storeJ He the the time shooting an operator for Postal said he JK i no to Scott's .as Lae the the slain J about 22 or 23. that It .be a. simple trace t it not light It iii the affair in was who is a poor man said ne debated some time before no- Gov. SmaU of that it take him from nis work and that his might suffer If he quit work to t i said telegraph j rather that he had Important and asked Scott's father to i The elder Scott It was reported to tee police that been there from The little lad automobile sometime led the matter in the hands of an BaU re- Co word from Small that he would appear before the Illinois will swear ert and not the and that the not occur in a as the stale alleged in Russell bet durins orer a the two brothers were trying to 0101 welcome by and the arrived I Uo take They 1 i air Chief t the enjoyed at- evening in the the Grace those the anil DOCTORS SeU confectionery it bad lain there so ARE THE on Ridge was July money and four It ag Friday sight or the body the Good were to understand j when picked as by of These who ordered him was Ke to collect a from President is. reluctantly Uoa of- the mnst be Federal ths aura to that Federal of la the ot and miners are A. y in their City over a To strike Appliance 3 take almost immediate action Already Mr. Coolidge has con- of tabor Tt at peeled ne will nest call fn field this tary Commerce Hoover prises will be to actual job of tne f cup i be to tne of the he conference nest store Entrance was by the Gordon will through a side ae which Sad beea 3eft the epochal discoveries robbery 5s thought to have S. Gye and X Barnard the work of boys in their search for the cause of vicinity acd being The tion bail first been then shot the Marks of tion of bis hart been removed and bis a stub chain dandled from a for an presence of tb ten dollar gold pieces have donated be to the winners at the at the Grace this The weather mas ideal the and went to the Mark where r over ai befon 3, was b or s j I HI is i f ons grot is his head ever held In fand those In of save VC min ui 4he tlie were Director Approves East Side River Route On Till TV Koodoo RESUME when to threaten aad fired an as If to Decapitating him forward aad his companion realized ne was so t Sickness is believed to the act. It Scot ar so But as standing his hands to his sides aad not have done several the large and the enthusiasm Early Saturday local merchants displayed flags and bunting at their stores ana the decoration tent was Slipped On Old lumber ell Beneath Highway afternoon tie change in roaSe was POWERS to before St 5n a hearing of the road 13. vast trade territory to i o'clock It was at Srst I was north an Fifth street acd was near a it was found atmosphere Is beirs ft 03 the slie B Y LOCAL has IT DEMOCRATS BY SEVERE STORM VOTE on the the because it be improved at small cost and i fords a continuous view cf some of i most attractive scenery In the heavy trucks owned by AS were to the to avoid beins struck in Sunday partly showers in warmer so. sapped a- accident Saturday
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