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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - August 20, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio A if boat August a Hio a t to rom abut House to sixth St 637�?10-room House in Good condition newly Ponpa cd. Located excellent Section City. Apply to business manager Portsmouth times. Pm. 2900. Fin Northcott Home l6�i fourth St 9 room with 2 both Don i Canso. Phone to Inq Niro 1649 to aug a Csc mss is so office and Peak loom Mots Aud an buddies Tom by Marua a item four Nice office rooms 3rd nor Chillicothe. 220 per month. Pm a. Khal b8tatb Fob Sale farms and land for Sale for Salk tra drat a bargain farm 116 Ama so acres level balance Rollins 6 room Bonne barn plenty water Small Orchard. For Sale farm 220 acres some level rest Rollins 6 room House Good barn Fine Orchard plenty water lots Fine Timber. Foh Sale Gallio Pike. Near wheel a Burg 7 room House. Hath lot 140x Tea w. H. Shonkwiler phone 1180-l. A Tackes Well laying part Bottom mar state Road 125, Dandy 6-room Bouse painted White born out build jugs fruit water $1,500 $350 Down. G w. Miranda. Samaley. Ohio. A to acres�?17 Miles out route 73, 65 sore Bottom land 45 acres Timber k room House outbuildings barn Plontz water too by. Old Corn 6 7 ton Hay team. Tools and grow inc crops. $4,000. Phone 6430. Houses for Salt a highway�?3% Miles above Wheelersburg Home Large lot a mat Ion. Cheap if told at once. H. A loom. Ii. 7f thu i Hoy Charlie Murray and a decree Sidney in a the Cohens and Kelly in Ruth sternum a front St., Coll at time office for 2 free tickets. _ _ fur Sale Trade rent�?5 room House Vermont St has Bath Gas electric. Bob Book. Phone 1644-l. T in Chandler realty estate list inc City suburban and farm properties. Phone 758 1300-l. Jul Kray 821�?6 room. 2 Story House int the Gas. Electric Side drive Good repair. Phone 17s5-y. _ real estate bought sold and sex chs need. Loans arranged. Wert realty co. Phone 1407. Third St., 417 and 419�?duplex House 10-foot lot. Price $3,506. John Snedaker. Bricker bldg. Pm. 605. To Exchange a Beal Bittie it him ing House restaurant Barber shop and equipment will Brince pro party. Wheeler realty co. Pm. 40-l a Ottille change for residence w Boston. Automotive Auto accessories. Tires parts Alto tops and body work Auto Glass Greene Auto top factory 1002 Chillicothe at. Pm. 2500. Bankrupt and receiver Stock Auto supplies sold continuously. Smiths bankrupt House. 9tb and Chillicothe thick and tractor parts lir mile at Portsmouth Auto arts Lith St. Pm. 3153. _ is n carts and used tire Foj ��?o7 a. See Otterstetter at 8cioto Salvage. Pm. S58. No. 12 at Auto laundries _ Cak washing 05c�?beat equipment in City. Johnson Bro. 824-26 Gallia to. Rhone ii. _ kit it car washing with the Iii Ide cleaned. Get our Price fun Ile Churg s. 020 sixth St. Pm. <67._ Ira a a Las skied and. Automobiles for Sale Hilt Sale Ltd to . A to a Toa a l condition Liberal terms. L ,. 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By the associated press Washington aug. 20.�?the Battle for control Congress was in Earnest today with leading spokesmen both major parties recording their flows the general issues. Jouett Shouse chairman the democratic National executive committee placed the democratic aide before the country in a radio address in which the administration waa charged with errors both omission and commission. An immediate defense and counter attack was issued in a statement to the press by John q. Tilson Connecticut House Republican floor Leader. Shouse rapped the form farm Relief legislation adopted and failure to Check in Advance the business depression. Tilson termed the democratic speech a an a maxing collection half truths misstatements abuse and Shouse said Tilson a failed to suggest a cure for a single thing which he celtic led. Instead offering a constructive program As his listeners bad every right to expect him to do at this time he presented the regrettable spectacle the least verbal Leader a political party literally gloating Over the economic distress the the democratic Leader asserted the people the country a Are arising to a political overthrow that May assure the proportions a Tilson replied that overthrow The Republican party would be a a cataclysm Quot because the party had a a definite Well considered administrative and legislative program which it is carrying Forward to completion despite the determined obstructive tactics the Shouse said farm products had declined in Price steadily since passage the farm act he contrasted the Hoover 1028 Campaign speeches assuring continuation pros Verity under Republican Rule with the Ungern payment and depressed business obtaining within the year. He Mamed the president for not warning against speculation while Secretary Commerce and president elect. He said president Hoover could have checked the Tariff a raid a at any time during the Long period the revision was under congressional consideration but had failed to speak the word which would have a corrected the intolerable features this unholy and careless piece ii Iii ii it non it it Iii i it a i ii ii Iii Iii Iii in i Iii lost privileges by the Presa Chicago aug. 20.�?the first woman Ever to be accepted As a member the american bar association today vowed that a if i bad a daughter id raise her to be a clinging the speaker miss Mary Lathrop Denver told newspapermen a women have gained rights but they have lost privileges. They receive no More Courtesy and chivalry. Personally in a rather tired rights. Id love to have a few Iii Siim ii a Iii Tivit Jackson Board lets contract Ralph Dixon to clean out Channel Creek Jackson to Cut weeds. Special to the Lipes Jackson o., aug. 20�?county commissioners at their meeting monday opened bids for cleaning out the Pigeon Creek Channel in the Village Coalton. Five bids were submitted g. B. Nichols $085 Harry Mapes $300 j. S. Wilson $290 Ralph w. Dixon. $160 c. C. Steele $184. Dixon the Low bidder waa awarded the contract. Surveyor estimate the Cost this work waa $200. About 500 feet the Channel la to be cleaned out in an Effort to relieve flood hindi tons occurring at certain Seamona the year. The Board also opened bids for the cutting weeds the Hewitt Fork Green Lawn Road in Jefferaon and Hamilton township. The bids were whiter Proffard $150, Floyd Jackson $96, Ellsworth Crabtree $100, c. C. Steele $240 c. C. Steele $255. Steele bid two different types work this Job. Floyd Jackson waa awarded the contract. Two bids were submitted opening a gravel pit the Henry Flaker farm from which 2500 cubic Yards gravel will be removed. Dennis Keller bid 45 cents per Yard and h. E. Farrar 81 cents per Yard. Farrar was Given the Job Bis Low bid the commissioner decided to advertise for bids cutting Brush along the old c. H. A d. Route in preparation for some Road work to be done there. Delegat Inna were in from Bloomfield. Scioto and other townships with requests for Road work. During the afternoon the commissioners viewed the Grahame Viii Road. M l it used cars before you buy. Trade my hernia open evening. It a Evelt Marmot in. 4ho 2nd at. Thi it k �?7 x ton Mack. Stevens Grain it <1 piling co., Lucasville Ohio. I b. Vii h i ish Ca is bought sold. Exchanged inn kind. Ste Otterstetter at 8cioto in image. In a Kas. No. 12 chill Cote at Temh cars bought sold and Axel Iceil. Hee me if you want to buy. Mil Trade. L. G. A Jack Johnson. Till Gallia. Phone 1200. Model a a for Dor Sedan Low r it i e. Guaranteed Al. $395. Gallia m for co. Scioto. 84. Try a and. Jackson Only for outstanding obligation a i Wilile your own personal see purity. Consult it. The people Al t in e co., commercial Bank bldg. A a eke Ohio. Wheelersburg 8 a be trade�?40 Seres Quot port Bottom 6 room House Good out n Ling Pike. La n g. Rolf. One Sciotoville. 977 k. Do Kirr Sale Beal estate Ltd Miff Ohio. Helot coolly. Com Quot in court Coo no. Sowl i m. I a he plaintiff r a he to a defendant. The i Quot Lane an order Malta t j a a a action. I will offer the. V be bite auction at the door Jet flout to Portsmouth in Tho named county Friday the Aith la 1� at 10 clock p. A. La Quot a teeing Divri Tyml real relate Annot re unto Scioto anti mute % sri in the City port Moath. To in. The South 12 feet 11 so. It. A Virth to feet lot a. A la a r addition to the pm it Ohio. J premia located at 1x11 Maben addition. Portsmouth. L r t appraised at Bisso. It in and red and fifty dollars and 1 for Leas than two thirds a pm. It. Site Cash. A Meh. J i Riff be loin county. Ohio. J attorney. To. So. Mno As. Tho state Ohio Helot Conaty. Commo a pleas Coarts Coo no. My Arthur m. A Anaona plaintiff a. Robert a. Mitchell and May me j Mitchell defendant. La pursuance in order sate in the above entitled action i will offer for a ate at Public auction at the door the court House in Portsmouth. In the above named county Friday the Aith Day August 1���. At i clock p. A. The following described real estate situate in the county Scioto and state Ohio. And to the town Alp Harrison to wit Faust to act being a part Hee Tion 82. Township 3. Gauge 20. Beginning it a Etone in Gulley bordering the Harrison Furnace Road 13 links from a Hickory tree. 12 inches in diameter thence running n. Along the line Jan Porter s land in rods at a Stone thence g. W. 13 rods to a Stone thence k. L. Along the Gulley bordering Harrison Furnace Road is rods to the place beginning. Containing in rods. Morn Luaao second tract being a part sect Loa 32. Township 3, hang 20. Beginning at a atone the n. Aide Harrison Furnace Road the lint the land Jane Porter thence n. About 80 rods to a Stoat the top the Ridge thence e. About 33 Rod to Tbs line Cyrus Johnson s Laud thence s. Along said line to the Corner Cyras Johnson e and Jane Porter s land thence la a southwesterly direction to the n. W. Corner Tho Jane Porter tend thence 8. About in Rod to Tho e. E. Cor nor l d. Porter land thence a w. A bout to Rod to Tho n. W. Corner l. It. Porter s land thence a to Tho Harrison Furnace Road thence along the Lino said Road about 7 rods to the place beginning supposed to contain in acres More Leos. Third tract boing a portion the s. W. Quarter Section 32. Township 3. Range 20. Which Usa n. the Road leading from Sciotoville to Harrison Furnace supposed to Tontalo is a Eros. Moi less. And being part the land conveyed to Lorenzo d. Porter by the sheriff a cloth county. Ohio. October auth. 1903. And recorded in volume is. Page 2tju. the record deeds Scioto county. Ohio. And being All that part the s. W. Quarter Section 32, town Alp 3. Gauge 2u. Conveyed by said sheriff deed to Lorenzo d. Porter which lie North said Road leading from riot Ollile to Harrison Furnace. Maid above described property co stating Ocren. More teas. Maid Preu Iaea located at i mile up to user ave. Harrison township. He lots county. Ohio. Said premises appraised at 322uu.uu Twenty two Hundred dollars and Caa not Aell for Leo than two Thorda mid appraisement. Term mate Cash. Maurice j Caldwell sheriff Scioto county. Ohio. Bannon and Bannon. Attorneys 7 23. i a is. So. 193b-adv. Florid persons attend reunion Tripp family trimmer Grove at Dunt is was the scene a Large gathering the members the Tripp families sunday for their annual reunion. A Basket dinner was spread at the noon hour followed by the election officers. Elected were Harry trl Ftp Zaleski president will Tripp Mcarthur vice president mrs. Ray Arnett Mcarthur seer Elary miss Dorothy Allender Mcarthur treasurer. Those who attended were mrs. Maude barrel and children Arthur Orville and Mary Charles e. Lee . And mrs. W. A. Tripp and son Arthur and daughter Regina. . And mrs. Roy Hartley and children Charles Roy and Betty Ann . And . Ray Arnett and daughters Eleanor. Ruth and Ada Jean mrs. Nettie Snook mrs. Don Martindill . And mrs. E. H. Allender and daughter Dorothy and Margaret mrs. Hattie Martindill Charles Livingston . Ami mrs. J. Tripp and sons Alfred and Dennis . And mrs. C. Ii. Edwards and miss Edith Edwards Mcarthur . And mrs. Thomas Tripp. . And . 8. B. Tripp. . And . W. Tripp . And . E. B. Webb and Doughie Marvel to . And mrs. I Bodger and daughter Julia mrs. Cecil Morris and daughter Patricia Ann. . And mrs. Avie tedrow and children Marvin. Glendyn and Betty . Rachael Newton Harry b. Trip it a. . And . George Hen Winchester in. E. Juniors to dive program sunday spacial to the time Winchester o., aug. 20-miss Betty Howland Leader the Junior league the m. E. Church Bas announced the following program to be Given at the Church sunday at 8 p. Na., August 24 March by Junior league Welcome Barbara Kendall Quot wishes and thoughts Quot Hilda Henley a doll song a by group it Small girls recitation a Susan s gum Quot Mary m. Miller vocal duet Elizabeth Stinson and Mary f. a entertaining sister s Hilda Henley song a a we re Here for fun Quot by girls a going an errand Quot Elizabeth still son dialogue Quot second Topsy a Betty Smith and Hilda Henley recitation a is it right Quot 8arah Ruth Fields Flag Salute Billy Childress a Brownie Drill a eight boys dialogue a in grandmas Day a by girls recitation a sunny juniors a Ruth Mcclain recitation a a Small boy a Ellis Belah icy recitation a a Little curly head Quot Louise Ruble recitation a up to mischief Quot Franklin Clark exer Cise a like Washington a Homer Moore and Robert Neul recitation a matter course Quot Nina Lou Leeds piano duet Christine and Elizabeth Tucker dialogue a aunt Nancy a visit Quot by girls Reading a orphan Annie Quot Margaret Ruble exercise a a Little secret a three boys alphabet song girls a Church problem Betty Jacobs a a Mother a hired girl a Betty Morgun exercise a the sick doll Quot Mary f Purdy violin Solo a old Oaken bucket a Betty Jacobs recitation a How do you do a Daisy Mcclain recitation a the Street Quot Frances Mcclain Junior song quartet offering. Pantomime juniors prayer Jackie Stinson Roc Talon a Good night a Dolores King. Be with Hosp it it it it it . And mrs. Maurice Brumley left sunday for a for weeks vacation at Denver Colorado and be lows Stone National Park. . And mrs. Chris Heer Portsmouth visited sunday with the latter brother m. C. De brain. They were accompanied borne by their daughter miss Christine who bad been a guest her Uncle for several Days. Miss Heer will leave in september for Boston mass., where she is attending College. Miss Noma Osborne is spending three weeks with friends at Norwood. . And mrs. W. E. Shriver . And mrs. Wilbur Kou hand family were at Cincinnati sunday and visited mrs. Shrivers brother Robert Fulton and wife. The latter former Winchester citizens Are leaving tuesday for Denver Colorado to make their future Home. Their daughter mrs. Anna Lou Foster went there some time ago account ill health. Mrs. S. J. Thompson and children Ada Grace and Paul returned saturday from West Virginia where they visited relatives. . And mrs. W. R. Patty Frank fort ky., were thursday guests . M. C. De Bruin. . And mrs. James n. Francis at tended the american legion convention in Cincinnati. Oak Hill legionnaires at Cincinnati convention Apodala the Tim Oak him o., aug. 20.�?american legion members who Are attend lug the state convention at Cincinnati this week Ere Evan Jenkins Boh Hughes John Caulley . J. W. Clark Rossitter Williams Cliff Morgan John v. Morgun Stanley Morgan Sam Mcclure John Radcliffe. Morgan Evans Dewitt Jenkins John r. Jones Ralph Parks. David 8. Morgun. The ladles the auxiliary who Are attending Are mrs. Cliff Morgan . Ralph Parks mrs. John Radcliffe and . David s. Morgan. Buena Vista Silver 8tar Council no. 298 d. a. Will give an ice Cream social the Buena Vista school grounds thursday evening August 21 the Public la invited to attend. . And . Maurice Sullivan Pittsburgh Baa returned Home after a delightful visit with his Sisters the Russell Board hires teachers Ted Franz former Grid Star lands Good position pres Nell retained. Russell ky., aug. 20�?ted Frans Ashland former Grid Atar at Ohio Wesleyan University was employed last evening As instructor in the Junior High school at Russell by. He was one several teachers appointed to Complete the Russell Grade and High school faculty for the 1980-31 term which opens september 15. J90jj0 Juh Bijj suit us a. Aiu sir u8apv jul Jjo Puiu pus to us fax a a h pop Pmj alumni jul Odds join to in jump adj pop Liddu a a a a3ijux j f her a Ros a anguish a air put twonia Auu apr 04 i jul Situu us ssh to apr exom a Rossum Jon iou Luh Sypul Puu Usu Jajor our Russell ky., Man Ranly Hurt m fall in Home rus8eli., ky., aug. 20.-r. M. Webber Russell ky., entered the Marting Hospital this morning to receive treatment for possible fractures the right shoulder and right leg. . Webber who is 87 years old fell at his Home in Russell this morning and sustained his injury. Piketon local relatives Ralph Brown Amanda i Are in receipt announcement a his marriage to miss Dorothy Edna Dowd daughter Patrick Dowd new Haven The marriage ceremony was performed August 16 at the brides Home with Rev. George w. Brown pastor the presbyterian Church at Amanda and father the bridegroom officiating. The Bride is a teacher in the new Haven schools and has attended wit ten Burg College at Springfield. The bridegroom who is a son Rev. And . George Brown Amnnda is a graduate Ohio state University and la principal the new Haven High school. He is a Nephew mrs. J. a us ounce Mon Wii pu8 Aop Iua Hooper and misses Lou and Dora i iou in a a quo irm a cupid a us brow a Piketon. A Bubo a b 8 Cuoq Omoor i Obj Pauu Pius sum Oitim a Rossum Mui Xor up out it to a a pay Oiin a nmn axum m b q we xxx q x8 pub q u0a8 out to Tui a Pau Odds Sam Subj a at Russell mra. C. T. Jackson As janitor at West Russell and Duve Price at Bellefonte. Sam Gholson and i. Mcadams had previously been appointed janitors at Russell. Other appointments at recent meetings included Merle Zuver As instructor in mathematics Edith Fuller As music teacher and mrs. C. B. Johnson to instructor in social science. Glenn Presnol will be Back a athletic director. . And mrs. Floyd easter and children Pauline and Charles Madisonville. O., have returned Home after visiting . And . P. 8 easter and other relatives. Miss Hazel and Mabel Shaw spent Jackson mrs. 8. G. Kemp and daughter a Nancy this City left tuesday for Cincinnati where they will he guests relatives for several weeks. Howie Jones Montreal Canada la a guest i. I. Parry and family South Street. Young Jones formerly resided in Jackson when his father Rev. Walter Jones was pastor the local Welsh presbyterian Church. . And mrs. Harold Hitt and daughter Helen Chillicothe were Jackson visitors monday. . And mra. F. B. Stevens have As a guest this week Donald Jones Columbus. Ira Aten and daughter miss Winifred Terre Huaute ind., Are sanding several Days with relatives la Jackson. Upon their return Home they will be accompanied by miss Betty Ervau who will resume her studies in business College there. . And mrs. Ham Rothmund my daughter Betty Are guests relatives at Cincinnati. . Rothmu is attending the american legion convention. Edward Zahui Numier Oak Hill route 2, a returned to i Home in this county after visiting relatives in Columbus. Miss in Trot by Kemp jacks i bus been re employed to teach in the Public schools this year. Mrs. Will Richards and daughter Dolly Aud Helen arc spending this week in Columbus. Mrs. Mattie Monahan who silent the summer travelling in Italy and Germany arrived in Jackson saturday and la a guest her s Ter mrs. R. U. Wilson and family. Mrs. Monahan s Home la in Colorado. Mils Mary Jaycox returned to Ber Home in Jackson sunday after a two week s visit with relatives at Springfield. Miss Myrtle Monahan bus returned borne after a visit with relatives at Cincinnati and Frankfort by. Mrs. Griffith l. Evans and son Herl Ert Athens Are guest her Mother. Mra. Sally Finney. J . And mra. James marts and daughter Margaret and . D. C. Cline Greenville . And . Philip Starr Cleveland and . F. M. Hill Bainbridge wore guests mra. Christens Cutler Friday. I Helen Lei to a student at a Cincinnati missionary school is visiting her parents . And mrs. George n. Least. Miss least is recuperating from a recent operation for appendicitis. . And . Arthur Cutler Dayton were week end guests the former Mother mrs. Susan Cutler. . And . Thomas Hatfield Mechanicsburg were week end guest . And mrs. Taylor Violet and . And mrs. John Hatfield near Piketon. Rev. C. T. Rant Gettysburg. O., a called Here monday to officiate at the funeral . Kathln Chestnut. . And mrs. John we pert new Martinsburg . And mrs. Alfred Woodland and son Kenneth Painesville Ersa we pert and son Harold and Walter Johnson Chicago were week end guests mrs. Christens Cutler. . Herbert Davis and daughter Marjorie Waverly were guests . And mrs. Joseph Davis monday. Misses Frances Comer and Dorothy and Isabelle Miller and messes. Fen Dore Wilsch Elmer Snyder and Nelson Pettit were visitor Iii Huntington w. A. Sunday. Lucasville mrs. J. F. Mcconnell new York left for her Home sunday after a visit with her aunt mrs. J. N. Thomas Lucasville. Bishop Mcconnell and their daughter miss Dorothy Are sailing october 18 for a six month visit to India. Bishop Mcconnell will deliver the Barron lecture in six universities India. They will sail from new York City and will return by Way Beattie. Wash. . Mcconnell a formerly a Lucasville girl. The Union dish supper the la Cav Lyle and Valley congregations held in the Lucasville m. In Church wan Well attended. . Bow Niau presided and the evening a spent with the Hii Hinesh the churches. Rev. . Hoffman gave the year res it. Miss Alice Wolfe and Elsler Charlotte Columbus were visiting at the Thomas House saturday. Miss Eiva Adams Portsmouth a former Tooher in the local schools a a visitor at the thorns House saturday. Mina Adam i now employ. Cd As teacher in the High school at Cheyenne Wyo. . And . Herman rat Lnger and daughters Columba were week end guests . Frunk Mcdaniel and fully Scioto Trail. Red Ltd in Chi do lest and mra w. It Evans have l a opened a pure ii station South misses Anne and Millie Sullivan and Derson. . And mra. Clarence hug a other relative and 7rlcnd Gin Hamden William trimmer Dundas . And . Ii. F. Morehead and non Franklin . And . Shelby Aud daughter Estella mis Jane Tripp. Everett Richurd. I s Zelma Tri in. Alonzo Tripp Columbus Jennings b. Cole wednesday with . And Grant i Portsmouth mrs. A. G. Few and son Gilpin Sandy Spring. A. G. Few . Corte. Florida a group Friend gathered at theor. And mra c. D. Anthony Home Mas. Josephine easter Mon Colon Furnace and mra Harry Day and tuesday evening to see mra Tripp and daughter Ruth and son faster night worming cereus. The Arthur . Elmer Ekelberry Plant had two Beautiful Bloom and . Larina Tripp and daughter i seven years old this a the first Frances . Alma Pearce Mih mgt u Farr bloomed Cora Pearce alter Pearce in in a j Lime Becker iraqi . And mra r. C. Tripp and incl Natl Are visiting her aunt daughter Edith. Velma. Grace. Yerky a Boehmer. Boehmer a returned from Cleveland and Columbus where they spent several Day. Mra John h. Newvahner entertained mein Liers her Bridge club at luncheon wednesday afternoon. Card were played following luncheon. . And . Joe Marshall Aud family Tulsa. Okla., and . And mrs. Earl Murd Hull Ami family Marion Ohio were called Here by the death their father j. P. Marshall Bloomfield town Alp. Jackson Huntsinger who was brought Home from Hoiager Hoe Titan at Gallipoli recently i getting along nicely following an alteration for acute appendicitis. Noy injured by Haschall Lucasville the Scioto Trail. The ladle Ald society the Lucasville m. Al Church will have baked goods for ale wednesday. Thursday and Friday at the fair mayor talks at meeting tonight will Welcome delegates and visitors to Baptist convention. With More than too delegates present the Eastern Union Baptist association sessions being held in Portsmouth were in full swing wednesday in the be ulna Baptist Church fourteenth and Union streets they will continue through Friday. Portsmouth Circleville Washington c. Li., Chillicothe Zanesville Athens and Xenia arc represented at the meeting. In the absence Moderator j. In Burk who will arrive Friday from Columbus vice Moderator Rev. J. D. Grant Circleville is in charge the meetings. Most tuesday and wednesday waa devoted to the Reading various committee reports. Rev. J. Ii. Smith pastor Beulah Baptist Church la taking a prominent part in the District meeting. The following program will be presented by local Talent tonight selection choir invocation a Lect Lotis choir Welcome mayor Rob Ert g. Bryan Welcome behalf coloured churches Rev. H. Half Tomlin pastor Allen chattel a. M. A selection choir Welcome behalf Beulah Baptist Church Rev. T. J. Washington assistant pastor Beulah Baptist Church Solo Rev. C. M. Harris pastor Findlay Street Church Reading Mary Katherine Crenshaw. The Public is cordially invited to attend All evasions the association. About 200 delegates Are expected to be present. Ironton tanks to play Canton Bull Dods out. 5 Ironton aug. 20.�?the famed Canton bulldogs Are being reorganized for the coming Grid season with Luke Hogan former Niagara u. Luminary a coach fad Joe Ryan a manager. Tile team will appear Here against the Tanka october 5 and the bulldogs Are now pointing toward that game. Their lineup hat not been definitely decided due to offers made prospective members by National league club. Wellston the Flower shop sponsored by the civic league to he held in september a been cancelled due to the drought the menders the foresters America held their annual picnic at Keystone sunday August 17. Edward Cartwright and Hiram Callahan left sunday for Niagara fall. . And . Andy Malowey Columbu Are visiting Here. Miss Ahu ret Taca i Iii in ii a returned from Cincinnati. Miss Virginia Kelley Columbus pent sunday with her Mother mrs. De Kelly. Miss Elisabeth Miller has returned from a weeks visit with my Charlotte Coyle in Portsmouth. I Marjorie it each is visiting Ber aunt mra James Boyce at Camp Sherman. . And . Robert Price Vir a Chilli a mini in named their new son gobble Waltham. The thimble club met at the Home . Herb Poore Friday afternoon. Mrs. Zeke Price daughter Virginia returned saturday from Columbus and Toledo. . And . Henry Mcc lung have gone to housekeeping in the grub org not. . Rose Rosebrock who a teen seriously Iii is improving. Her son it it our Springfield visited her last week. Wais Nistok Mak Tari antiquated battlers to to equipped for radio control for Battle practice. Washington August 20.�?threu scarred and battered destroyers Aru la become a a perennial targets for the lighter guns the Navy a battleships. Already one these vessels la be log equipped with a radio control that will enable it to move Crew less about the sea while the guns the bigger ships Blaze away at it. The Stoddert which Baa been la service for to years la the first the three destroyers selected to improve the Navy s . Two others will be chosen later from Tho scores similar Craft built during the War which have since become obsolete. In firing there vessels the gunners will use target ammunition which contains no explosive and will Only tear holes in the defenceless Craft instead blasting it out Tho water. When there Are too Many holes the destroyer targets will to towed to port and patched. Two other destroyers the bloat and the Marcus arc to become stationary targets for bombing tests. They will he dismantled and anchored at sea where air planes will drop enough bombs to determine whether four 30-Potind one 116-Pound bomb would be More effective. The Navy also is hopeful equiv Ping the battleship Utah which the United states must lose under the London naval treaty with radio control for operation As a moving tar get. Tom mix faces damage suit Auto sales manager claim circus Star guilty malicious assault. Indianapolis aug. 20-8ut demanding $13,000 damages was filed against Tom mix motion picture actor in District court today by jobs Berros Minneapolis automobile Sale manager who charged a Small Croue and wilful the plaintiff charged that while mix appeared Here with a circus Leat july the actor Shook Bis fist la his face and called him vile and profane name putting him in great Faar his life. Berros claimed this reduced his efficiency a a Salesman and ached $7,000 because that and $6,000 for injuries he said he buffered to is mind and body. Hamden Haverhill . Perry Little and Ltd George j Are visiting relative at it. Wayne j i tic a Hurt Ough who is employed Lod. A a near Greenfield silent the week Etui i Glady Goddard Williams with1 an . An a 8. A. Burg Cut the week end a guest hurts Tell her cousins Gen Selby and i Ergo kill a a a jmj a week end to i Curt. A guests her son Glendon Smiley . And Arthurj Dot lord and in non and hylas Smiley col daughter Julia Grace Aud Mare i France were recent guest i Mother a Goddard Porta Arru cation Fob Pabo la notice i hereby Given that Carl fetch . No. Xuy 122. A to confined at la London l Roa farm a been recommended to the Milo Board Clem pm . By the a pert Tenden and chaplets a a worthy can Idera Tjon for parole. Paid a Cpl Atlon will he for soaring i after september it. Int w. S Thoma parole and k Roo re clerk. metro Jane and son Willard. Mrs. Elide Shingler and daughter Mary . And . H. H Tripp mias Amia Tripp. Stephen Tripp. and mra. Stanley Tripp and daughters Louise and Thelma. Ells Mae Ponn. . William rebout Aud for William and Floyd and daughter Margaret and fads. . And mra Ray Morris and children Jim. Virginia i Norn. Keith Aud Bott. Kenneth and Paul Ray wearer if Wella Tob and f. W. Farley Dreen very sick with Neurita hut la now improving . Blanche Watkins a a visitor in Altit non Friday. Piketon physician in. Piketon. Aug 20-dr. I p. Heller prominent Pike county physician and councillor the ninth District the Ohio state medical . I quit in at hot Home West re a offer a fro be Impf ration in to been ill for More i than a week. Mouth. and . Ferris Burton and Ali submits to an win ism. Muumuu mrs Momu Mimi flt Mille Edward Blevins Franklin Furnace int sunday with her brother k in who suffered a fractured Skull Wile Iwade and family hit by a baseball underwent a a sir. And mra w. A. Brandi and delicate operation in the Marting daughter Avail visited . And Hon pita i Iii Ironton wednesday. . William Burke according to Wold from the Lonna Burg sunday tot the youth rallied nicely from hic operation. I Skull a fractured in the frontal Region. Negroes seek White Habe Chicago. Aug. 20.�?-a Negr it couple . And William Linder filed a petition in county Curt today to adopt a Aix no month Ohl White hah. The petition set Forth that i undid mrs roue Merrill had a sunday j guest . And mra Fred Lemley i and daughter Oretta Belle Zara vide and i Etta Xiii Middleport. . Anna a Birtz and son Orville Carroll Ami . Aud mra w. H. Poi in Hart Mcarthur were Guez is monday . Aud . J. A. Jolly. . Janie b Ca nil die i bad 4 Wheeler i Jurat Sandal her non and daughter i in Law . Und . W. E. Campbell Lee Cream social an Ltd Tim edit Dought we Keathe the ladle Ald society the mrs. Cherie Triplett and guest Franklin Fornai e Church will have j mrs. Georg Sherman and son Tobert in ice Cream Metal a turd night new Boston Council will meet at noon next Friday members the new Boston Council will meet Friday noon the meeting Bebel used for last night Hartag been called off account a Lack a quorum. The question completing the Boulevard lighting system in the Village will lit taken up at this meeting. Frank Emmett a member the Council la spending his vacation 1b Alabama. He will return thursday. Retail f000raige2fsh0w several percent Declue Washington aug 20.-retail food Pri let it a declined 2 1-2 per cent during july by compari Tion with the fireweed Long month. Twenty Aix food articles brought Down the Price level which a nine per cent lower than u year ago. Lepar Tinct labor computations for taut month showed potatoes and cabbage leading with a 21 per cent Roji plate beef next with 7 per cent and Many other meat vegetables fresh and canned fruits and Staple following with declines ranging from 5 to less than half one per cent. Eggs butter and canned i i in in alone increased in Price Willa 13 Staples showed no change. Pasteur treatment Benn administered to youth Arthur in Euke five year old ton . And mra. Arthur Peake Baird Avenue who was bitten by a stray dog several Days ago is receiving la Ivi Steur treatment it la not believed the dog waa afflicted with the rabies hut the child is receiving the Pasteur treatment a a precautionary Blea tire. Angus 23. Folsom Drummond Washington. D. A. I a Gurat i Parent . Und mra. V. T Drummond mis Virginia end the i in Wall Worthington spent the awk end mid Pete Bargello Columbus attended the borne Corning at Locust Rove in Jackson town Alp sunday. Mra Triplett and gulags were visit re in jacket tuesday a guest Charles a Vuaso. . Sad mra John William . Under a with tie Mother in guests misses Ann and Eliza j Rio Grande were week end guest when the babe a Horn mild that the my Lawless. . Harriet Bullard Mother said he dbl not want Lite in misses Thursa Brush. Emma and j Grange and daughter Flint. The Nero woman then took off a a Kellogg silent sunday a goo Marguerite Columbus and . And the baby in me and a eared for la j . And . Howard Kellogg Floyd Brown it Chil Lieut lie Wert Ever Ainee Hie petition said. Wheelersburg. I visitor Herr monday. Business personals c. F. A Treuber court Street broker left wednesday for new York whore lie will spend Jereral Days Busine. Congressman Charles c. Kearns la in Portsmouth business. A plans to attend the Lucas Villa fair thursday. L. W. Watkins Circleville Ohio i in Portsmouth business. R. W. Bragg Huntington w. Va., is in the City brain eat. Bankruptcy new Arthur Day 1501 Linden Ava awk and Floyd Walker. 8008 Gallia atrial both Portsmouth yesterday Iliad petition in bankruptcy in the Baltad states court in Cincinnati both filed a a ii Lier. Day listed a Bill Tara $1,602.87, and besets $56 Walker retorted assets $250 and ii Abl lit in $1,919. Exp i ha1l Conneaut a aug. 20.�?mrs Taura Craytor Houlton formerly so Conneaut Ami kinks Itle had Ballad with her husband professor Rudyard Houlton Aud Ralph Fuu tart a raped it Ion to Angola port ague sad West atrial for the Carnegie Concher Cleveland Ohio. And a a w. B. Conferee was is alii<1$ last night As chs Sis a county democratic truth tee. To has Hee Bead mitts stare Una

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