Circleville Daily Union Herald in Circleville, Ohio
17 Jul 1919

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17 Jul 1919

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Circleville Daily Union Herald (Newspaper) - July 17, 1919, Circleville, Ohio , fourth rage the Circleville daily Union her Alt thursday july 17, 1919. Flo of t Hatm Rumm mems &Quot"sbiap1- iss111 daily Union ill Era old Mhz a. ,. T r. R f a a Republican newspaper. A a i amusements i published every afternoon except one of the first thoughts that of sunday 116 West main Street ground curved to tin citizens of every Coni floor. I Niu nity when t ii a great world War 3 7 Quot came to a close was what will Hap the daily Union Herald will be de f/4 h<1 when Thoy s. By. Cof Landwere christians at night personals pen to the boys slivered ev4ry evening by Carrier up h nil on the following terms $5.00 put r jus s Gugan Yeai ten cents per week. It Orne died in Columbus i wife died just f Ive month ago. Mrs j. F. Simkins spent the Day in after an illness of six weeks Ben Columbus Jam Vav c0fflun.t, 64. Manager of the org Van Vale spen the Day Radi unmet Ive company of Columbus in c olm bus. Died wednesday it a 16, at his Home of Stavris in Trebizond Long practice deception on their Turk overlords. 604 East Rich Street. Columbus of a miss i Ai lira Manti was a visitor in Columbus today. Prepare entered at the Post office at Circle Ville. Ohio As second class matter. A. A. Chappelear editor and publisher a task As if was to the men to go overseas to i fight for democracy so was it a gi-1 a by in task to take care of the thousands when they came Back a a it Tho r. Homes. Where i be y had necessarily i to be taken Faire of. This idea not Only has been the complication of diseases. Or. Co Iti and was born in Jackson v a Sexauer was a business vial township september 25, is65, and was if01 in Columbus today a son of Enoch and Mary Hockmann c. To Gilmore was a business Visi Coffland tor in Columbus . I or Coffland a wife died february largest daily circulation in Pickaway county both a phones 74. Write r if the theses for May great but if Las been Tho Back d id of one of the but Mot Ion a if a f briefly told # a if is i it to a Marcia Faker of Monroe it i ship who has suffered for some Tim from adhesion has improved in the last few weeks. Pieta is that has Ever been produced and which has been placed on the Market by the famous players Lasky corporation As an Emerson Loos Paramount special. Or. Emerson and miss Loos have written and produced the Best a after the Ewart material that this country has seen in motion pit Tares but their int St production a ooh you women a which has its Basic idea a when the 15, put just five months ago. Surviving him Are two daughters misses j Grace and May Coffland it Home. Of his immediate family he leaves i Throe bisters mrs. F. T. Gearhart of this City mrs Thomas c. Taylor Leavenworth. Kansas mrs. M. A. Butch Detroit Michigan and six or. I a Ahu in a odium a. Quot i ton Daniel Coffland. Courtney v. Coffland Columbus Samuel Harry and Nelson Coffland who live in the West. Not far from Trebizond on the Black sea in Asia minor live the clan of Star ill descendants of the reeks who kept a greek kingdom in being until utter constantinople had fallen writes George e. White in the american review of reviews. The Star Ali knew that they were it Christian ancestry but in some Bour of persecution their fathers had yield de assent to islam. The same build Gcorge Wardell was a business ups we re said to serve As mosques a a of or in Marion today. I above ground and churches below the misses Cora Wolf and Florence in my men As imams by Days and majors spent the Day in Columbus j ests by night the same boys were said to be circumcised and baptized la Quot a Arlin Quot in Quot Quot he a it a a named Botin Man Ami conman with mrs cell. Rohr at Guthrie Sta Tine for Sale Huber tractor. Huber farm tractor and three Bottom plow for Salo at a bargain. Leon Van Vliet a phone �221, Circleville. Route 4. Professional cards. J. L. Heise attorney at Law office 1296 West main Street one Ioor West of Avis shoe store. Will make Loans and sales of real estate. Chile no. 350, t Ion. It is. A Bol not list inn and mrs. A i Caswell spent the Day in Colum bus. J mrs. W. J. Harding of pleasant a Street was a visitor in Columbus i today. A few years ago these Star ill determined to throw of the Pinsk arid return to their Christian allegiance j and they did so though at tie Cost i of much government pressure lasting for years. With some of them i became personally acquainted when they were exiled from Home. One Day Meeker Terwilliger attorney at Law and notary Public offices Over Union Wefald office 1 to 2 West main Street boys came Homo a is conceded to be or and mrs Jesse f. Bower have the Best satirical com div that has purchased the property of or. And mrs. John is. Stout on pleasant Street. The Sale was made thru Seyfert a Hamilton. Pc. W. Crum who has charge of the Rife Ai Morris elevator on East main Street has leased the resident of miss Eva Wentworth on South Scioto Street and hts moved ii in family Here from aft. Sterling. Ever been made the met tonight. Screen. At for Many years or. Coffland was mrs. Anna Ruth and granddaughter a a Rili met a turkish Friend and in the restaurant and Dairy lunch Ruth Mack. Were visitors in Coloni the 1 it or remarked a file a you be business in Columbus. At one Tim bus today. Turned Christian. The greek Robe operated Boston hairy lunch p f. Snyder in returned Home Storrs it South and North High rom a trip to Indianapolis. Indiana. I orthodox and they had derided to Strum. he conducted a it re stau on Legal business. Avow their original heritage. A Lin Ian ram in the basement of the Hunting mrs f e Vagner Spont Tho d in said the moslem a a you be been to ton National Hank building. He Hadar. Mosque All flies years and we be said Kingston with her sister in Law mrs. Or. 0. J. Towers dentist now in his Vilice Over Friedman a Bazaar 3oth a phones. Sworn that they Hod always known that their ancestors were Christian social Calendar been a resident of Columbus for la years. The body will be brought to this City for burial but the Tim has not been set. Alfred Dresbach. Our prayers Side by Side How did you think you could deceive god All the j. S. Corne dentist Crown and Bridge work a specially office hours�?8 to 12 and 1 to 5 Over Blanks grocery �41j/2 w. Main St. Circleville o. Both a phones mrs. George Scull and son. Charles time a Melvin Are visiting mrs. Mary brighten up. If you have any kind of brass fix about your House or your bar Ness or your automobile there is nothing better to us than a Blue rib stolen pig or. And Mac. John Warren of Kingston entertained to a dinner sunday evening. Covers were Laid for mrs. Emma Detwiler and Daugh ter Manta ret of Hillsboro. I Coit Gyp four it from or lie kills of Pontiac 111., misses pen of John Grodno. I Lida. Bess and Martha prey of Cir. I n a pig weighing about 60 Idaville and or. And mrs. O. S. Book Bon Metal it cleans tarnish Walfer and children Harry and bored brass like nothing else will. Get a to can of Bine ribbon today at Brehmer g Crace. Othy Brush free to every housekeeper. I miss pounds vim in stolen from John Ore. Not a Yard tues a the. Day was found wednesday by officer a my of Grady at the Home of a Man Nam Dturner on South Scioto Seal in Columbus. Mrs. W. H. Kirkendall is visiting Hor sister mrs. William Devanney in Washington c. H. Mrs. S. L. Harding of new Phil Delphia. Is visiting be son w. J. Harding and wife of pleasant Street. Mary Bevier of Columbus is a i never tried to deceive god a was the answer. A the always knew tot what i was. I tried to deceive you and in that i nation was never More fit american people have Learned Many valuable lessons under great stimulus of War. Cari. Ritz dentist no. 113 East main Street second floor Circleville Ohio. Bell a phone 114-r to r Ami i la i grandma her x. Ber William Jam St r Dunlap of d visiting Iii Banks Voni clo on wednesdays. In u give Ivd us the to a Ville will wednesday june july the our of Circle cd noon on months of september. I Bank charge. Fuller Turner had Purchas Gypsy for $3.50 and to he purchased it from Chi f Myers sus Piei a the. Pig of Gypsy claims another part med the Gyp a Beach son and is. David a1 on n j. I him to take offie t al i i ran to to we the Augustun i first nation the second National Bank the third National Bank the Circleville savings banking co. St club. Paul american association. Won. I it. P la in order to keep Gypsy bought the it was returned it had Soh the out of Pri Ani do Hack for $4 its owner. Or. Thei d h my urn she 4 i Imka �21 Scad contract d. C. Hornbeck miss k and a re san votes camping on the Hornbeck farm Ltd in Walnut. Mis. J. C. Coarson m r up Lii Lois is with her Mother. . Mary Hornbeck. Harness t it a r Jil i d. Lot St. Pau Nick to build la modes far flirt county. Pype a >1 innings. Second his it. On evening of Poland China 2s0 pound.-. I Iii Stoutsville str do the us of Vav i de july v. Sighing not Ify a Mack a l i jut go Ossre races at c tiler will i Grove driving Poi n be kid a j cents. Ii Point r a die i the Alk the or Ville and Terri Surg Pike s $165,611. Williamsport. Of the v from contract to re Road in county i Galloway or. Beni build la a Vank in be thru to the a a s bid a v. And mrs. O w. Powers of Dayton and mrs. Hilda Long and daughter miss Elizabeth of Columbus a e guests of or. And mrs. G. H. Colvill. Rev. And mrs. Powers Are Oil their Way to East Lynn mass., to summer. A gender the stimulus of War we have sweated off mental moral and physical fat a says the new York medical journal. A we have been forced to curb our App s. W have Learned of Sac. Ride without complaint to Dan without bluster and sink our Iii in the common weal Many of us went to the training Camps flabby we Learned to i Ltd Early Baths co a at plenty work Lar i and sleep soundly. We Learned p. Obey promptly but think precisely to work a ecu rat . And to command properly. On4 but one the Vest Ripples of tin body mind and soul disappeared Aud i v. A gain. Quot there i i a i Nan a greatest sin it begets sloth fear it and retries th4 Harare a the body. Is this a my at the Cost of lives >868 a 1919 w. Ii. Albaugh co. Funeral directors and embalmer motor and horse drawn equipment All cols promptly answered Day or Light. Ambulance service Phr 25 South court St. Circleville Ohio. D to be hard and fit it son in All this. Hahsim against himself and selfishness mind the lesson i is 4 la i to spend the till la i it. A. I. For Ili j uly i of i we Rev. Carl Naumann to prey h at presbyterian Church. At the presbyterian Church sunday member of train has Camp service company a a Quot Sui s obtained his Dis cd ire Erman. Or. Topolosky in France Germany and limbs Ai d worldwide sacrifice to i lost is lie ponderous Abdomen and feeble leg of yesterday to replace 2 vice la straight front my springy earring of l May Are we going to shrink from pm fold Leith Kiel tile hardening needs a Itsos of i i in life or we attack the Post War period resolved to remain hard and fit in body mind and soul a our standing in this Community depends entirely upon on ability to give High class ser Italy. To la visiting relatives in Columbus. Fishes in shipyard. To catch a Nice Meas of fish right in i the Middle of a shipyard without the if the ton on your Ford is Lull and july Yoth. The Rev. Carl b. Quot a c Allton and sons Clifford of Walkons to the River Bank is. Us. Nine Vears min Ionar in Rhino ail Iury Ariton of Strasburg ar4 a novel As Well As a pleasant incident Shibby it makes the whole ear look 11111 years a Inisi Ontaiy in China a a ,. ,. In ,. I guests of her son g. E Allton and any shipbuilders no Ltd a hour. Dean i As Tho it had a poor Home. Get a win 8peajc both morning and evening. Aulon Dan a one Hammond and one Smith Premier typewriter. a Ltd a a i. 1fitzpatricks Printery 114 West you will be agreeably surprised what Man Aiah. At Tov main Street. Junes of. I a a no evening in 27500 it i Cedar shingles Good. C. A. Davenport june i Damp a vhf. Box 134 Chillicothe o baby Carriage with leather top used about six months. Telephone 4541 c. W. Powell. J�iyl7d l Fain ill of East Mill Vitro it Rte Adams a tool room Foreman in the can of Quot Peerless top dressing Quot Anil. Quot n me will be Why recent secured has d g ,.har�?~i o. M. Standifer Plant at Portland an from Camp Sherman. He served in a Are Quot Onjo it. Or Quot of Quot year ago and never told about it till it in pan a 21st engineers corps and just w w or to t l is a a was in no Servic 16 months. He was year ago i stood about where we do Job printing Jeleen months and 18 Days overseas Tho office is today. Junes of. A difference it will make. Spruce up get a can today at Brehmer garage. Cai Sale said Adams recently a and got a Basket Ful of smelt. Dredges were at work Clearing out a therefore our establishment is equipped with every Modem feature available to give this service a polite dependable services when so h occasions arise. Mader amp Ebert funeral directors fill and the pipes were in past Here currying water and Sand to fill up the swamp. The smelt run was on and i it wan t a difficult matter to get All of Mem you wanted As they came up through the pipes. Some fishing a a fore and aft. Saturday. July 19�?one Day Only mens $3 to heavy chambray work toe table Linen 60 Inch wid very ladies 31.79 gowns mad of Fine la shirt sizes to i in it. Do tin. Ital tents Ramsook to name i with m voters Aerial per Yard on Sab for. Vuk \ a Ocial i for. Out my a of la of a children Scales in Light and dark of Ioc 25c half mocks with Mon ilk mixed work sox 101. Ltd or a Abby oilcloth Plain White and n ,. Vifot a brooms v by i fancy tops in Pink and blue4 Good 2 c Flaky patterns first Grade on Sale Yard. 39c Ood Grade each 69c a Cial a Mon Nail ook bit to i 18c towering with fast color bord Good for dish or toilet now Elk on Sal. Ladies aleut and a extra size laundry soap 4 bars hic. J toe enamel dish pan. Fir a our bars laundry roup eels naptha i Grade for saturday Only 19c i Fine Kin ill a new re special Ltd to i a or Kirk a Flake sold w if h Purchase Only i bars. Tis Cynd Brown Muslin in a and 23c a a one lot pm summer dress voiles i men s 69c Balbriggan sit ii to Batiste in Light and dark Long or Short sleeves special a t if is Gajc value in Sale. 17c very Good sheeting id in. Wide six Cia 15c 0c 25c u he did no to have to learn. Ernest Hutcheson the noted pianist tells a Story related to him by the head of a european conservatory which will entertain Many teachers. A new Pupil arrived at the conservatory fur examination. The teacher struck a note on the piano and asked a what not is that a a major a answered Ute smiling Pupil. A what note is that a asked the teach a striking another. J a minor a Cunt Iii prompt answer.5 a what nine is this a then asked the amazed teacher. A diminished a blandly retorted tile Pupil. A where did you Larn All that a inquired the ton Cher. Sera to citing his head. A i did no to learn ii a Ros bonded the or lighted Pupil a i always knew music and musicians. of dental office or. H. R. Clarks has removed his office to the North room of the Boggs hotel ground floor Kwof children a Straw i hits. White Rose c Lark s o. It. T. Sewing thread Black and White All numbers special 6 spools. Try this on your Parrot. A the Quot automobile party tasked on j Corner they saw a Soldier on guard 25c menus 69c Balbriggan drawers ankle Brown Blue and Black made of Milan a dig White dog beside him and then curtain scrim with double Bor length double seat All sizes tier 26 Inch wide in White Only special. 18 c 1 special 39c hemp and Chip neatly trimmed rib a Beautiful american Flag. Of course Bong and Flowers will go on this Sale at. 35c dress Percale Standard Quality 23c for saturday Only a Yard in Light and dark colors of 25c bleached Muslin 36 in i Wye wide4 Good Quality saturday i i sold for $5 saturday Only ladies silk poplin skirts Iii Blue. A Green Copen and Black Oft 25c cups and saucers first Grade for saturday Only 18c Ujj Lxi s South co lift Street fins combination attracted the Nutten map lion or everyone in the car. The Flag was silk the dog Majestic and to lib j Soldier proud of ins Trust. A ooh. Look at that dog on guard i Quot exclaimed the woman. The Little boy snickered audibly. All were impressed with the solemnity of i the scene and this outbreak seemed to the father uncalled for. A what do you mean lamp us Hift John-1 by a he demanded. A Oil a cried Little Johnny a Mamma j said look at the dog gone guard i Staple and fancy groceries our Hobby is Neu dings Star Coffee Circleville Ohio iou Anui it Olis news / both phone 68. E. 5. Neu Ding 215 East main Street

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