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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 the t v b o I d the and Point Way to THE TIMES RECORDER All the News the Time The Activities of the and Events Your Home At Morning DECEMBER is 1926 flurries or rain THOUSANDS OUT HIS REINDEER Testimony Of Informer And ANNUAL APPEAL IS BEING THRONG T n T A F f 41 IS KILL Told Of Pat's Trips To Massillon To Widow Tangle Pat Get Money T PAID BY RUDNER STATE CONTENDS Witness Says McDermott Had Job Night Of Murder COURT HOUSE CANTON O Dec its surprise the state today struck a violent blow a Patrick Eugene en Jor the murder of Dec R ett but defense tSe by bestirs off some testimony and by an- other Tomorrow Peggy the state's chief witnesses be called out of confinement in the county to her part of the story of the alleged the Much success cf the state's case depends her The defense to help her her In a manner much the same as It helped Thelma Ca change bers today William Bitzler tlic painted a picture of Pat and in a background of alleged police ot liquor influential nni and talk of In addition he said he Dermott with a black 51111 on several tore the night of the Mrs Davis twitched I state to the defense la foe mlds testimony and vras emphatic r it She backed from i as brought Into ui by b B and said she had been irto her earlier story by quite a few policemen Tno Gun's Day is located on deu avenue near Lee CAUSE yy l r Represented And chants Report Greatest Crowds Of pers In History Of Their Delighted With Party For Orphans yi jSf of them are reclaimed amount The so meals at the is it a success up the chamber cf er before in the V of vf our did to Today tea Heany Damage Suits State Result O S V Poisoning O Dec- No specified ist to be de- 4 ii operating was presented to r has been be S trial c Cantor O- en o- mony of Melletts Brothers Captured After Daring Bank Robbery OMAHA XcU Dec s- brothers by to ho ore of Canton alio was mace bitant ill poison Other TKS claims when approved by the expected to be presented be cf David L- Raskin the legislative finance commerce and recommendation moc oe died from the of- appropriated to pay The and by may or may riot of Fremont also was or may itself fix amounts o made seriously be paid publishes a person He accompanied by XIn both of i iAY SPEA of thr T I rum oi to lock doors Jive ot in He in riit-y x lar a- ejaculation ol of the A E Starr store Our been packed early closing ticie Our on the floor cren i lunch I- up to our A- H- of tie Du is Co It -i t gave the our city to see told tali about it haV effect open Continued on TO 0 EB i 31 EH ot p In tlir from ar anil 1 few from Mi f f tlw natural H- of in the Albert cr of the The is for it no you tUe i of people The Eskimo of in tiie and there were learns of pulling thP ol Follow ny the the led the pieces uc by HIP KJe Con- Band with them great crowds of AtJ o Dec ch cf the steps o of the export other articles of worth were 1 IIP ami ES LAN RELIEF debenture Ulan for farm relief made today by the 700 delegates at- tending the convention of a e Ohio Suite Grange aere tlie and i action is to be hanker the irar in Its is c were belli as a blow to presidential laM msht upon aspiration of Frank O- Lowden cl and upon has pushing the Initiator It for farm relief In congress S Merchants particularly nappy yesterday debenture plan which was by the National Grange In its receni land Me occurred late an afternoon of dis- during ail other e convention national master of the participated In the discussion 1 fe the resolution adoption he to attend the of the Pennsylvania state grange where similar action on I OS ANGELES Dec 3 anticipated O radio endorsing tbe Semple during nets of the tracked i L J grange ui u adoption of th Y its 1 I left for Lancaster Pe to grief from tue loss ol their Espert ballistic on ol 00 ana ran ou c R be tonight at as of former Tie McDermott a sun the the murder ami that on the lie taid a big job on night and I In another conversion rung to Brier's said me I axe in Nebraska the mornin ali Bitzler said McD tin found the cab The fore anc --V t c oa rs p gets to tsc O Sec or its fact that interest M SUGGESTION HE NAME LOCAL DRY AGENTS Dec A man BOY MAN LOST OLD TIME DANCES AS jj SANTA PAGEANT SPONSORED BY A B F has the of I l under in- all mrr nrj in at t nf a I frank I rn E- of Sutler arso K cf Monroe f KeilT 43 AGAIN GRANGE SECRETARY CASE I- also license contract between Avondale Santa Fund Lost In Dense Crowds Few y Miss Seeing Santa -j anfi was tec o tr i Ciaus and Toy were too to se human snt been miv C Bt Till I r Mr and While rt I Brant i V M Jr IV BilH II Vt V f I i Two Farmers Corn Shredder Accidents t IK rr Bam to a f e admitted to 5 fsr m a is anj V V
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