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The Lima News from Lima, Ohio • 9

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The Lima Newsi
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Lima, Ohio
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THE LIMA NEWS PACE MINE OCTOBER 30 LATEST NEWS ALLEN COUNTY AND SUBURBAN TERRITORY himself be and the last session will close at 4 Representatives from the WILL CT MABYS TO RE BAPTISTS check charge at I raagemaats for sU various cnurches will bring a box COURT NEWS pcrvM-co BULLET WOUND PROVES FATAL HEUD FRIDAY by rolltng back tk pillow and slsaag pTpeV tM HOLD INSTITUTE LEIPSIC 0 WOMEN HEAR PARTY LEADER PROBE LIKELY TO BE LAUNCHED IN BARN FIRES lunch at and the Pleasant Grove church will serve hot coffee at noon FORMER LIMA WOMAN DIES IN NEW YORK CITY COMMON PLEAS New Louise Vehrle Em tag COAL DEALER RELEASED MAKES BACK PAYMENTS Corporation and Otto ring money for labor appeal by Ehr- tng Corporation and Earing to (Mm Hardin-Co Man Dies After Shooting Himself In Head Wednesday 150 From All Parts of Put-nam-co Attend Session Held On Wednesday i common pleas from justice court C- Wehrley vs Khrtng Authorities Dlt- ration and Otto Earing money cuss Situation But Plans for uwti jr Earing to vu-si i common plea court from Justice Are Not Reveaiefl seourt George Michael vs Ehring Corporation and Otto Ehring ISoartaJ Tfc ST MARYS Oct A community Halloween celebration will be held in St Marys Friday night Oct 81 under the auspices of the local merchants The main street of town will be roped off for the celebration and raaaqwraders will stage a big parade The merchant have donated cash and merchandise at prizes to the best masked The hoed ax is to appear in the parade the Hunters Traders and Trappers organization has promised The hoedax is a strange crea WAPAKONETA Oct SO Word was received tier late Wednesday by relatives of the death of Mrs Millie Jones widow of Harry Jones sad a former resident of this city and still later of Una who rflfd of double pneumonia in a New York city 300 Expected To Gather At Pleasant Grove Church On Friday SPENCERVILUC Oct A rural Baptist church institute will be held Friday at the Pleasant Grove Baptist church in which it is expected that 300 officials of local churches thruout the entire Auglaize Baptist-aasn which is comprised of 20 churches will participate Addresses and conferences on client Sm Hurras I LEIPSIC Oct 30 Mrs Har-tiet Taylor Upton representing lteftubllcan headquarters tn Col OTTAWA Oet SO Elba Trice coal dealer ColssabW Grove was released from esjatasly ot the sheriff Wednesday tettOT tag his arraignmaat hi saasMsV plea court before Judge Harry 8 Core Trice was arrested Tuesday afternoon by Sheriff CUatoa Pal key on a warrant sworn to by hi divorced wife Mrs Maty Trias of Springfield She charted that since July 1 be had tailed tab care of bis payments ot 111' monthly a support ot hia young son Klba Trie Jr The court found that 141 was due at the time Trie waa brought into court He una ordered to make prompt payment In the fa-ture and released upon parveata of the $41 now duo ture which was blamed for years i -la I tkr LlaM KENTON Oct SO Joseph benjamin butcher residing seven miles north of Kenton along the Dunkirk pike committed suicide by firing a 38 calibre rig bullet Into his head a he reclined on a bed in an upstairs bedrotnn of his home county officials said today Reason for the set was given hy officials as despondency over financial troubles The man had attempted to settle a bad' check yesterday leaving hia home before breakfast Coroner Johnson iald lie returned about 1 a today and the two girls who kept house for Hm said they heard no hot by the 4 T's for the dts-' plans and methods of evangelism appearance of pies cakes and other missions finance education in the delicacies at their clubhouse Lake work of the town add rural church St Marys It has eluded them i will feature me program oi me m- stitute until recently when they succeeded in staging its capture The ani A very constructive program has umbus addressed the luncheon Wednesday In the Methodist church sponsored by the Woman's Republican club of Lelpslc Mrs Upton said that Republican candidates who are seeking office from tne head of the ticket Myers Cooper down to the final county office would Bear the closest scrutiny She made a plea for the election of candidates opposed to the repeal of the Eighteenth amendment hospital early yesterday Mrs Jones with her huband managed the Stelnherc Hotel this city Her fs'ier Adolph Steinberg being the owner at that time They hv-d In llma for a short time hefnie moving to New York She was tern Ku Bowling Creen Surviving are thr brothers Maxwell Steinberc of New Zealand and Mel and Herman S'eln-1 berg of New York City and one sister Mrs Ray Dotrlnr of this city Funeral services will be held at 11:30 a Krlday at the Jewish cemetery Plqua with Dr Julian Morgensteln president of i mal has feet that are circles re been arranged and able speakers aemblinr nlntes He is capable of will be on the platf--m each money for labor appeal by Ehr-ing to common pleas court from justice court Arraignments Stata of Ohio vs Elba Trice of Columbus Grove contempt Released from custody of sheriff after payment of 148 due as support for minor child Elba Trice Jr PROBATE COt'RT Marriage license Earl Link 21 bookkeeper of Wapakoneta and Miss Irene Snyder 20 stenographer of Columbus Grove Al'GLAIZK-CO COMMON PLEAS Frank Dine vs Moker cognovit note case plaintiff awarded 12909') Walter Hoffman The yew York Chicago and St Louis Hall-road Co damage suit motion to strike certain words and phrases from petition sustained in part and overruled in part THIRD BLAZE COSTS $5000 Activities of Firebug Who forked Last Spring Are Believed Renewed i Lima WAPAKONETA Oct 30f-An equation into the origin of Area that caused property mm age estimated at more than In the northern part of county in the past ten days pea red Imminent today uglaiie-eo authorillea openly -cussed the situation but did -i reveal Just when the probe 'd bigin blaze on the Amos Bow- farm seyen miles north of -ity on the Jiuckland-Cridera-nl" Wednesday caused a loss moving backward or forward at specialist in his work The list of an equal rate of speed and is ex-J speakers includes Dr Cham-eeptionally hard to trace because of bers executive secretary of the its circular footprint which leave Ohio Baptist convention Rev Rob-the pursuer in doubt as to which ert Hughes field secretary of Bu-direction the animal ras gone 1 cynis Rev Fitch of the They dtsi-nveteil lunjamln ae-riuly wounded when they went to I ti room about a today to call him to tho telephone He died late last WElit Ircnriini' I lintlir QhrifT Other strangs characteristics of board of missionary cooperation of Granville Dr Clarence Stull the hoedag is its long neck brist BACK FROM WISCONSIN OTTAWA Oct SO Oharle Ridge and hia mother who reeids on Oak-st hare returned from Wisconsin where they spent list summer months with a Haagatar of Mrs Ridge and a sister of the young man They motored the entire distance secretary of evangelism Granville and Dr Charles Conrad of Burma The morning session of the Institute will begin promptly at 9:30 ling with porcupine-like quills its body which resembles that of a calf it long front legs and short rear legs its tail which stands erect and is about three feet long the Hebrew Lnlon college Cln- Mtfh uo calleQ t0 luvegti-clnnati officiating flurial Benjamin had often re-be tn the family plot at the cem-1 mrked that he would commit etery In Plqua 'suicide before he would allow saying that repeal only meant the advance of the open saloon "I hear there are men In Put-nam-eo only waiting to open up a saloon when the time comes and they feel repeal of the Eighteenth amendment will be the first step" said Mrs Upton She begged women to work as never before to thwart these plans Mrs Upton said that the church and the state nerer would submit to rule of John Barleycorn She Is a noted suffrage and temperance worker of the state Mrs Julia Folk 93 oldest voter 1 Putnanveo said that since women were given the franchise Mike Falmlsano et al vs The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co damage suit motion to make petition more certain sustained Auglaize National Bank of Wapakoneta vs Stella Truesdale money case dismissed without record at cost of plaintiff ACCOUNTS Daniel Meck-stroth guardian of Proctor Meck-stroth filed partial account Amelia Schroer appointed more than 15000 when the icturo was rased to the ground i destroyed all Immovable con-t The Are was discovered by a passing motorist some time aft- '-'in a who Immediately no- the owner who was ehred-- corn near by They were t0 free the livestock of the i nlng building and noted that tire had startd In the hay $3000 (Ire on the Elva Ra-farm located east of Criders- ten days ago Is believed to avc" been duo to potato thieves I'otatnes were found strewn about ie ground for some distance leading from the door Damage wtluiatfil lit more t'i in $S000 was caused by fire mi the ceorge Lelst farm six iile3 north of this city on the 'ie-hy last Thursday The orl-n of the fire could not be de-t'Tinined The numerous (Ires In this district In recent weeks has given rti to the belief that person or persons who were responsible for the numerous fires In the southern part of the county last spring There Is No Better Place In Lima to Buy Rugs Furniture Dishes Radios Heating Stoves Than At Rowlands ON THE SQUARE! she always had cast her ballot with the Republican party and expected to do so at the November election Her father was a Whig of Civil war days More than 150 women from all parts of Putnarn-eo attended Mrs Serge Edwards woman member of the Putnam-co board of elections presided Luncheon was served by the Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church who followed the dinner meeting with a supper to which the public had guardian of Carl Schroer and filed Bond In the sum or $1000 William Rider appointed administrator of the Nor Stadler estate and field bond In the sum of $1000 Henry Stuber Staump and Redick named appraisers Harmon Manzelman administrator of the Carl Manzelmun estate filed Inventory and appraisement at $8094S2 AUDITOR'S OFFICE Peoples Savings and Loan-asMi to Don and Elsie Bowsher 59 acres section 7 Wayne-tp Peoples Savings and loan-assn to Harry and Ktta Wolfe 40 acres section 25 Clay-tp Elizabeth Holberg to Christian Sollman 1279 acres undivided 1-5 Interest section 6 cerman-tp John Sollman to Elizabeth Buy Here and Save! been Invited Democrats will follow In the wake of the Republican meeting Thursday night when Mrs Ber-niee Pyke of Cleveland will be the woman speaker Hon John McSweeney of Wooster the chief orator arid Frank Knit-fen of Napoleon candidate for congress in the Fifth Ohio district other speaker on the ias renewed activities More i nan damage "as caused at mi lime 3 casTsTppealed to common pleas court 1 1 linn' rir Horenlil "YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE" OTTAWA Oct 30 Appeal of roe cases has been made fo com-' dun picas court comlnt from the Sollman et al 1279 acre section 6 German-tp MOST NEAiTbAY STATE A third of all the lightships on the Atli-atic coast arc concentrated off Massachusetts Ea tho strain on your hank acconnt by reading tho Classified Ads and saving In many RCA RADI0TR0NS bring out the full tone beauty" i i it i tai tsbt i coirt Joseph Lauadle jus-tic of peace ot Ottawa-tp Ml arc directed against the 1" in-' corporation and Otto w'io operated the merry--n-rouud ut the I'utnam-co fair i he first week in October I ouise and Wchrley and Vi oige Michael are plaintiffs Ioulfc is suing for $171 for labor -Tug eight weeks of cooking at -7 a week and 2 3 weeks of sell-in tickets at $5 a week Wehrley is asking for $295 for la'jor In connection with operation of the merry-go-round and asks $55 for managing on the amusement enter-P'-" Iaiadlc granted each a judg-i and It was only a few days ci that Ehring was able to ob-ain an appeal bond sufficient to cover the three rases and remove th" nitachmen' on the merry-go-round HITCH CONTRACT AWARDED KENTON Oct 30 for the construction of the Cooney dit'h In Marlon-tp has been awarded by the board of Hardin-co commissioners to Howard 1 Bed Room Suites $5985 plecpn bed chret of drawers and vanity at a price that oth-( is ask again an much for the uanip quality Come In and see this wonderful suite In a rich walnut finish Nothing added for easy terms 8 Pc Dining Room Suites $6750 Table extends to ft 60 Inch buffet 5 straight chslrs and host chair with seats In velour and a rich walnut finish that your friends will admire Open an account with this special 3-Pc Jacquard Velour Suite $114 We are proud of this suite because It Is a suite well worth tlCOon and with our buying rower wo can afford to soli It for $114 50 on Easy Terms If you shop hefore you buy any place else and take a few minutes to look at our display you can save money on any grade suite you choose Over 38 years of furniture buying experience to guide your dollars to the market's best values fT4i avlarCl ssVasl ass FasTY A mifjj iiiiiinitX' Says I'alhy of Kenton on his bid of $-91950 The estimated cost was arouud $1000 The Improvement work Is to be completed by the lust of the year KILLED BY TRAIN VAN WERT 0 Oct (INS) The body of a man killel bv Cincinnati Northern train here had been identified today us that of Charles Middle of Latty and Philadelphia MgAowf Quallty-Nw low prices UY 224 UX 245 UY 227 J330 22-00 220 $190 UX 280 ttrftrwttmn tf i aft Buy Them Here on Easy Terms Wc can furnish nU all the Blankets and Comtnrtrrs that you'll need this winter at a low cost and on terms yon can afford to pay Start trading here now if you do not already and enjoy your home while you pav for your fur-nishinus ELECTRIC WASHERS Mcdonald Jr Prtsidnl ZENITH RADIO CORPORATION WE are proud of the new Zenith Radio Ic is engineered and built od the basis of RCA Radiotron and tested with RCA Radiotron RCA Radiotrons bring out the full beauty of Zenith tone For the full thrill of Zenith performance we urge all Zenith owners to use RCA Radiotrons Zenith dealers are instructed that the dependable performance 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