Circleville Daily Union Herald in Circleville, Ohio 6 Feb 1919
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Circleville Daily Union Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1919, Circleville, Ohio
Fourth farce the Circleville daily Union Herald thursday february 6, 1919. Y a a daily Union Heiland v. K of a v. 3fi if. A. It if. Tossona a Republican newspaper. Miss Alys Seitz pent the Day id published every afternoon except sunday ii weal main Street ground a a a Fannie stage spent the Day \ \ Columbus. Or. Adward Valentine spent the Lucky machine. Gun company the daily Union Harald will be delivered Torr evening by Carrier upon the following terms $5.00 per year ton cents per week. S in hard lighting but lot Only it 13 in action. Entered at the Post office at Circle Ville Ohio As second Clas matter. C. C. Chappelear editor and publisher Day in Columbus. Miss Hose Moats was a visitor in Ohmic Stile today. Jacob Paul was a business visitor by Columbus today. I Charles Schwartz spent the Day in Columbus on business. Boney of the citizen staff write us Vivo now with army of occupation in watch on the Rhine but prefer Good old Home town. The machine gun outfit of the 166th l. C. Hammel was a business infantry is known As the a a Lucky i _ Victor in Urbana today. To pan a writes Harry p. Husey. Largest daily Cir lation in a a a a b08toe�?o vi8i cd no a. A Wrany a a the i i. Tor in Columbus today. _ Rickaway county a a operating 16 Hotchkiss guns. A Jona Han Pontier was a Busm Easi which were divided among the in visitor in Columbus today. Fantry corapanje8 of the regiment in i James Baldwin was a businessman the Boya of this outfit have visitor in Columbus today. J always been where the fighting was Oscar Howard was a business heaviest yet the casualties have visitor in Lancaster today. J been comparatively few. The com j #. I m w. F. Valentine was a business pm a left Columbus 18 months ago i visitor in Columbus today. I 74 men. At Camp Perry the scout moot tonight troop i. Peer g a gated hug Bon John number was increased to 172. There every scout be present. Lure now 41 of the original 74 in the both phones to. Go bar Humma bkd3ply a Fred c. Clark went to Columbus today to take charge of the body of mrs. Ben Coffland who died wednesday at Grant Hospital Columbus. A recently a Telephone message was received by this paper announce Myers in Groveport today. Or. And mrs. S. B. Orr Are visit ing relatives in Pittsburg a. I company. Made supreme sacrifice a thirteen members of the machine mrs. Albert Maag of Hallsville gun company were killed in action. I was a visitor in Columbus today. J Charlos e. Conklin. Cincinnati fell professor o. O. Crawford was a in the Mascart sector Paul s. Lip ing that a son had been born to vols tor in Columbus today Pincott. I dam and Fred f. Morman and mrs. Herman Brown of North Thomas c. Jamison of Columbus London were killed in the Cham court Street. The announcement was a visitor in the City w wednesday. Sergeant Harles Bender was printed in Good Faith but was mrs. F. L. Page is visiting her Columbus sergeant Henry p. Fol not True and its publication was As brother col. C. O. Brown in Colum Ifoma to Cleville sergeant Charles t. Claim cure for glanders italian savant discovery if True will have earned them the gratitude of Mankind. Tile reviews of Medicine and veterinary surgery speak of important researches looking to the cure of glanders which afflicts horses and May also attack Man who almost invariably a ecu in is. At the beginning of the War Tho spread of glanders especially among the quadrupeds of Ila third italian army suggested to colonel commanding or. E. Bertetto director of the veterinary service of the army the idea of utilizing the victims of glanders in making experiments in regard to its durability. Obtaining permission of the War ministry and the supreme command of the army the experiments were begun at Carole in a sanitarium rigorously quarantined and equipped with All the latest scientific and surgical appliances. Or. Guido Fenzl head of the inst Sute of pathology and medical clinics of the Superior veterinary school of Turin assisted doctor Bertetto. After two years they announced that glanders wus curable not Only in let chronic stages but also in its process of evolution. The importance of the discovery and the evidence of the results obtained led the two experimenters to ask for a commission to make practical tests of their discoveries. The results fully confirmed the facts announced by doctors Bertetto and Fenzl. At pm do of to i a Cliv a a Cli e. P. Wright1, former Deputy sheriff j died at Home in Columbus. Elijah Prophet Wright a former resident of Ashville and this City died wednesday evening february 5, at his Home in Columbus aged 82 years. Or. Wright s wife died about a month ago and it is thought grief fiver her death hastened he own. Up until his wife a last illness Ivr. Wright despite his years was very Active and enjoyed excellent health. Or. Wright was Deputy sheriff of this county serving under sheriff Caleb Hall from january 1869 to february 6. 1871. When he was succeeded by Milton Morris who served until 1873, and then went into the clerks office. The Wright family moved from Circleville to Ashville and from there to Columbus where or. Wright served Many years As a City mail Carrier and at the time of a its retirement was the oldest Carrier in Point of years and service on the Force. He is survived by several daughters one of whom Mon a Cha married j. E. Groom formerly of this City. Put hypnotism to Good use much of a Surprise to or. And mrs. Bus. Rooney Circleville Carl Thatcher Brown As to their friends. A it Coal tot Tom Hurtos produce dec Pauy a a people s co hav i Ost on court Street Between Union and Mill Street fur St Arf. Finder please leave at Weldon a Book store. Feb6d3. Foh silk Model b. In Good condition. Inquire of John i. Ludwig Telephone 3332. Fel6d3. Mrs. A fit. Colvil and miss Clara southward spent the Day in Columbus. I j. . Adkins and mrs Elizabeth Blackstone and i mrs. Bertha Taylor visited friends in Columbus wednesday. Chillicothe Carl Timmons Cincinnati Charles Kultan Delaware h. H. Marsh i m. Georgia and Robert Sterrett Dayton fell in the Marne Uncle z. Adj Fajen it Stanley o. Foss of Ada Kin of Atlanta Apalit the Day in St. A Mew and c. D Quot Columbus. Of Connell of new York a replace mrs. Mary e. Morris is visiting ment gave his life in the Argonne j her daughter mrs. Bessie Sampson now the boys would rather be in Columbus. Home than watching on the Rhine. Mrs. Mary Bell spent the Day with list of survivors her sister mrs. Thomas Whitehead a there Are the Fellows we Lio went in Lockbourne. I thru the fighting with the 166th Ma-1 Corporal Archibald Gulisek of tick be gun comply a Quot dark now military police patrol spent the Day fitted in Germany a the survivors at Camp Sherman. Or tall 74 who marched away from Columbus August 13, 1917 a first lieutenant William f. Bush 347 20th Avenue. Columbus. Wax Ted i 7 a sergeant William p. Topolosky Quot Ila or John Dunlap bended a uterine. John g. Ward Circle it a. Browning. 121 East Mound meetup of the foreign missionary j Harold Dunbar. Columbus Street Columba. Ohio. For bad. Society in Columbus today. I Donald o. Stephens. Columbus Leo a lbs Man w4xtkd mrs. Albert Jackson of Dayton Mbrown. London Allen g. Wilson Oil Tobl �2i&Quot Susta. Lu8,?y is wh0 Bas been t.1�?onr her Columbu Leroy j. Pritchard. Commission. Address. The Harvey our. And mrs. Isaac Groves has re Cambridge Elliott m. Marfield. Cir uhf no j turned Home. Cleville and Ralph Schumm Circle Fois it rat. Mrs. Noah Boucher visited her Ville. # business room on West main Stroot Mother mrs. Robert England of my j a corporals Roscoe l. Ford Colura formerly occupied by the Circleville Gilead at St. Anthonys Hospital in j bus Stanley d. Fix coup thus water Supply co. Inquire up stairs. A a a a 152h West main Street or of Adkins Columbus today. Galen in Stimmel Columbus Perce Adkins. Jany la de Mig Seg Florence Dunton. Mildred r Kubanka Springfield William and Elsie Steward have re Circleville Milton Friedman j a1 Vicc Al of cd n m a4 % t Abjal their studies at the of s. U. Circle Ilia and Guy pm Jarman or Nikoff s a in i Irja St mias Bertha Allen who has been _ United states Railroad admin Otra m 8everai week8 it the Lakeside Springfield James Fritchman Pittsburg Edward m. Gale Columbus Eldon w. Gutridge Sunbury j Lloyd m. Hedger Lancaster John i Hoffman Circleville Joseph m. So to it j Lynch Circleville Melvin Sherman John and Lloyd of Columbus who j Bhikam till a Varlev s. Waiters Ash Havo been visiting his parents . Iao h Clymer Columbus j 6 01 a mrs John steinhatl8�r�?T at Thomas e. Hann. Columbus Ralph Clarksburg have returned Home. J Lintl Columbus William living Ston Columbus Herbert Livingston j Columbus Gerald w. Mcdonald Columbus Emmett j. R. Nowell australian physician announced that he a cured War stammering by its employment. Writing in the medical journal of Australia or. Clarence g. Godfrey states that during the past two years a number of ens have been referred to him for treatment by hypnotic suggestion in which stammering or stuttering had developed or had been revived after years of disappearance As the result of Shell Shock or of various War stresses. Sometimes n hey Noti d patient has been told to keep on repeating some Well known Nursery rhyme and not to cease at the signal to awake although in the Middle of the rhyme but to keep on talking. Ile will usually Manifest his astonishment at finding himself talking without difficulty. Sometimes a patient will Converse on waking without realizing that his stammering has disappeared until his attention is drawn to it with amusing effect. In one Case the patient spoke perfectly in sleep at the first attempt to hypnotize him although he had had a very bad stutter for eight months past being almost inarticulate. He woke in a few minutes apparently cured arid has been free from stutter Ever since. It has been noticed that every Case treated even the worst has been Able to speak far better in the hypnotic state than out of it. Autos damaged in collision at court and main Street a no one injured. The fenders on Ira May a automobile were Bent and the fenders and Battery Box on the Auto of g. W. Walls were smashed in a collision at court and main streets wednesday evening about 5 30 of clock. Or. May Wras driving East on main it treet and or. Walls who operates a taxi out of Chillicothe was returning Home from columbian when his car collided with that of May. He was alone in the car and neither he nor or. May was in j lured. A v it Rai to i us to of h Kusi Fife Lam foal air today a program the first National exhibitors presents Petrova in the Panther woman prices up stairs lower floor tax total in lie Jjck 17c Tion. Walter a Hines director general of railroads Norfolk amp Western schedule effective december 8, 1918. Leave Circleville West bound no t daily no. 33 daily. 9 25 a. In. No. 15 daily 6 33 p. In. East bound no. 16 daily .9 11 a. In. Hospital in Cleveland will arrive Home this evening accompanied by her Mother mrs. H. C. Allen. Herbert Steinhauser and mrs. B Vav Coffland no. 32 daily .6 03 p. In. Dij at Kos pit. Columbus Russell c. Sapp Colum no. 4 daily .9 57 p. In. Mrs Katie Florence Coffland died bus Hartley d. Shook. Ashville Pullman sleepers Between Colum wednesday february 5, at Grant Carlton f. Wallace Columbus and bus and Norfolk on trains 3, 4, 5 Columbus from a comply Lamy Timmons Columbus and 16. Cation of diseases. A mechanics Harold Cochran co parlor cars broiler service mr8 Coffland had been at the bos Iamb us John s. Smit. Columbus Between Columbus and Kenova on a Tal on it Tun a it she was the and James g. Steele. Columbus trains 32 and 33. Wie a Ben Coffland a brother a Saddler Leo e. Crawford Colum dining car service on trains 15 a mrs Krank to Gearhart of Pink a a. Little known hero. Of the Many stories of heroism during the War on we hich official records Are silent but which Are being brought Forth with relaxation of the censorship is that of Captain Larcombe of the antiaircraft defences of the London eng District his Job for four years has been to find and dispose of German Aerial bombs that failed to explode when dropped on London. After each air raid and in the Early part of the War there were Ninny Lar Combe and his men would go about the City seeking the it was dangerous work extricating them from wherever they happened to drop transporting them out of the City and exploding or otherwise destroying them. During the excitement after a raid few people thought of the bombs that failed to a go off a but All of them have ceased to be a menace to the City. A soc a cals Quot hear a on monday evening the ladies of the wednesday afternoon thimble club accompanied by their husbands i gave or. And mrs. Bae r. Bales a Surprise and housewarming at their Lovely new Home. A most enjoyable evening was spent by All. And Dainty refreshments were served., at 1 30 of clock wednesday Janu Ary 29th, the marriage of miss Anna j Belle Wescoat to or. Pearle Clements was solemnized by Rev. G. J. Troutman pastor of Trinity Luther Jan Church of this City. They were attended by or. And mrs. Frank Grice cousins of the Bride. A number of relatives were entertained to a wadding dinner served at the Beau to fill country Home of or. And mrs. I Henry fee of Jackson township Uncle and aunt of the Bride. The prevailing colors were Pink and White. The brides gown was White crepe de Chine and her bouquet was of White carnations. Mrs. Clements is the eldest daughter of or o. D. Wescoat of Derris to. The Groom i a son of or. And mrs. Jacob Clements of Mcarthur Ohio. Or. And mrs. Clements left thursday for Charleston w. Va., and after february 5, will be Home at the Home of the Groom in Mcarthur Ohio. The government says that the patrons must pay the tax in my hmm buy War savings Stamps and 16. For details Call on ticket agent Norfolk amp Western railway or address. Jno l. Bladon div. Pass. At Columbus Ohio. W. C. Saunders Gen. Pass. At Llucas hai1 Ney Street. She leaves besides her a bugler Elmer flukey Columbus. J husband two daughters Grace and a Gale Clymer Mcdonald and Sapp May Coffland. Bave been wounded. Timmons was mrs. Coffland was born near Runion Church this county in 1870. Some reassigned and was a daughter of or. And mrs. Several Circleville boys who left Frith the 166th machine gun company Roanoke a. Of her immediate family she have been transferred to other dial a eaves her Mother mrs. Sarah Hall Mons among them Are lieutenant and one brother or. Arthur Hall of Howard Orr and sergeant Van meter Rumbus. The family moved to Wiegand who has been recommend. 1 Oli Mibus twelve years ago. Eel for a lie tenancy. A sergeant Wiegand we As cited for marriage licenses bravery at Argonne Forest in july a Albert Lewis it. Stationery Engi when with several of his men he went. Near and i to White 24, both of Over the top and wiped out a nest of suffering the disc Conforti of Cantel Orient custodial farm. Re. C. B. Boche machine my men. 50 in All. Pation sluggish liver and buckets goodbye constipation at m better than Calomel a Ware souvenirs. Even a a Kultur has its . One of these is brought out in a letter from private Ralph g. Allbon of the sixteenth engineers. He says a i Ara in a dugout that was very hastily abandoned by n a Kultur red Boche. He was a Kultur red enough to have a Nice Feather tick in ids bunk which i appreciate in spite of the fact that even his a Kultur did no to keep it from being alive. However he left me his helmet for a Box and plenty of candles to Light up the place. There is everything in the line of souvenirs that one could ask but everything i have goes on my Back with an overcoat blankets Raincoat shelter tent and extra clothes so the souvenirs will stay just about where they Are unless somebody comes along with a the Boggs hotel which is noted for its charming hospitality was the scene wednesday evening of one of the most Brilliant social events in the annals of social Circle Ville. It was a masquerade dinner Given by or. And mrs. Irwin Boggs to Honor their House guest especially mrs. E. Vej i Wanship or. And mrs. Charles g. Simian and mrs. Margaret Leist. Sister of mrs. Boggs. Mrs Winship recently returned from a visit in Mich Igan and or. And mrs. Shulze Are now occupying their Beautiful new Home on South court Street. The dinner was served at eight of clock and the dining room was transformed into a Floral Garden. The color scheme was Pink and the fragrance of carnations surcharged the air. Twenty five guests were assembled and historic characters were rein Arnater and mirth Aud music filled the air. When you Haven to any appetite and food Doe Oak to taste a it should when you Haven to any a a Pep and tire easily from a Little work Well there is just one tonic that will build you up and we recommend it. Pop a Man s tonic proved by experience 3sc bottle 3 for $1.9 Geo. H. Fickardt amp son the Bura that has Fisk in the i Daw 156 w. Main St. Plane 2o2 a arc soon forgotten. Done to let constipation get you. Get a Box of Nite Eis . Dough tilt. Price 2 in a ii Roix druggist <6 of fax o v Jib. I of dental office or. R. F. Tuy bus ammo Fri my Affine to wha amt be William Charles Ere Hacker 29,11th company 3d Trench Battery Camp Auto fee v ill 5�?~herman and Charlotte Maude Killian probably remain $5. 29. Circleville formerly canal Ful a to a. Pm aut Mowie in Cenor tee a 1 i i. Bem dict chaplain. A Ftp probably remain in Force according to expressions elicited casket Ball. A. C. Is. Independents of Ash Flora members of the highways com j Morteo of the House which is con Ville Ohio Friday evening february proposals to change the 7. Game called at 8 15. Admission ill Seni system whereby re Onille adults 30 cents children under of road9 a obtained teen in to cent. Dancing music by four piece orchestra. Breaking it gently. Kind old lady visiting Penitentiary a a. Ray poor fellow you look by an honest Man. Why hid they put you Beret poor fellow a. Right it was a shame i Eddy. They put me Here just for try Iii to open up a Little business. Kind old lady Why that was an outrage i what kind of a business was it poor fellow a Tho Little business on the front of a Safe. Seemed like wasted time. Markets for a Short time during the War were not it King any delivering. Mary age five one night at bedtime v a Maying the lord a prayer. Coming to the part a deliver us j a evil a Shea Culm. To a a brr v. Oar is the use it praying for that Goy to fit to deliver to finn in us n. It was pointed out to the comm tee wednesday that a supreme court decision four years ago stands in the Way of imposing a graduated patriotic league notes. The progressive unit met last a on r,0,0r vehicles inca they evening and decided to Uke up the Are Lre it abject a Ennu a a a a work of the a health tournament a j in the schools. Buy War savings Stamps saw another Chance. A say that lot you sold me is three feet under the a is by a yes it is and you know a Well its a Good thing you told me. I can let you have a bargain in a City journal. Baby clix $12 a Hundred or will j Hatch your eggs. The reliable hatchery 206 West High St. Mrs. John Wagner manager. La. -r1&Quot we still have on hand the following secondhand machines one drop head Singer one drop i unique one Box top Singer. Of you have been thinking about getting a new machine come in and let in demonstrate to you what can be done with one of the latest singers and a attachments. We will take your old machine in and pay you what it is Worth. A Inger sewing machine co. 323 e main St Circleville o phone 259 r. L. Wilson contracting Linier and daa Rator to Arcate a Watts amp to rate i Kwh fobbed <3 a in a mite. The Umeka
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