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Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 20:47:14 -0500
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Article Title: Prospect Monitor
Article Date: June 8 1905
Article Description: Bailey Suicide; Local Village News; Real Estate
James Baily, aged 30 years, store keeper, at Norton, Ohio, who some time ago was released from the State Hospital for insane, and who for the past week has been wandering about the county in a demented state of mind, spent Sunday in Prospect and returned to his home in Norton Monday morning.
Bailey evidently feared he would be sent back to the asylum, so Monday afternoon, he requesting his cousin to play the piano, he went to an upstairs room and fired a pistol ball into his head, killing himself instantly.
T. E. Drake left today for Toledo to attend the meeting of the Funeral Directors and Embalmers Association held Wednesday Thursday and Friday this week.
John D. Owens and Son have a full stock of all sizes of stone building blocks at all times.
Buy your Cakes at Sauers Bakery.
Miss Ella Mears of Scottown is visiting her sister Mrs. Jesse Kimber.
Robert Boyd was taken seriously ill at Owen Monday but is some better.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hart of Toledo are the guests of John Kimber and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Allen are the proud parents of a nine pound baby boy. Mother and child doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. Messenger and Mrs. Jacob Huffman were guests of Wilson Courts and family Sunday.
Grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mayfield, numbering 14 were photographed in a group at Neimeyers studio Tuesday. It was a fine picture of the young people.
Mrs. George Lauer nicely entertained Tuesday evening in honor of her guest Miss Nellie Bolander of Marion. About twenty guests were present.
A large number of friends gave R. L. Culberne? a "surprise" Wednesday evening in honor of the 43 anniversary of his ------- of this glorious world.
A Grand Concert.
A grand concert will be given at the Town Hall, Radnor, Friday evening, June 16, by the Radnor Choral Union, assisted by soloist from Prospect, Delaware and Columbus, Admission 25 cents.
Mrs William Osborn has the measles. Vernia Osborn is nursing her.
E. J. Roberts is on the sick list.
Mrs. Dora Baker has recovered from the measles, so as to be up and around.
The series of meetings closed Sunday evening at the M. E. church, notwithstanding the busy season of the year there was a good attendance; the church was greatly revived.
Morgon James has the measles, but is convalesing.
Mrs. Ann Thomas is in very feeble health.
Mrs. J. W. Gallant is quite feeble but is convalesing.
Miss Charlotte Dunn is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oharron.
The farmers in this locality are through with corn planting, but disheartened over the rain.
Both Rev. James and Rev. Harris suspended their services on account of the meeting at the M. E. church Sunday evening.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Congregationalist church, who served meals at the horse sale, at Titus Jones last Saturday made a financial success. They took in $20.40 clear of expense.
Mr. Jacob Steits was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chronkleton last week.
Newton Jones was the guest of his parents Decoration Day. Next Sunday is the proper day.
Rev. B. Harris and Rev. J. W. James took a drive to south Radnor, to Mr. Harris charge. Did not return until night on account of the rain.
Quite a number attended the missionary meeting at Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morris last Friday.
The Union Services of the village churches societies which were entertained at the home of John Coonfare last was Thursday entertained by the Presbyterian Missionary Society.
Ladies of the Presbyterian Church Ice Cream Social, Radnor, Thursday evening June 15.
Mrs. Dora Baker and daughter Laura of Radnor have the measles.
Mr. and Mrs. David T. Griffith and --------- Frances? spent Sunday the guests of Mrs. Griffith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marslo, of Nelsonville, Ohio.
Helen and Florence Griffith, daughters of W. T. Griffith is sick at this writing with the measles.
Mr. Fred Emerson Jones has the dreaded disease, the measles.
Miss Edna Davis in the vollage of Radnor has the mumps at this writing.
Hazel Lloyd has the whooping cough, it seems like there is most every disease that is agoing in Radnor.
Mrs. David Watkins spent Wednesday in Delaware.
Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison passed through the village Friday, to Richwood to visit his brother, Edward Morrison and wife.
Mr. Charley Watkins was in Powell, Thursday and Friday attending the funeral of his cousin.
Dr. T. R. Jones and son took an outing, at the Scioto river, Friday afternoon.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charley Watkins a little daughter Sunday morning.
Monday during the storm, the barn of Mr. Vone Roberts, north of here, was struck by lightning and burned to the ground.
Mr. Harry Bill is under the weather at this writing.
Mr. Lewis Jones, of Scioto, made his regular trip over in Troy Sunday and reports a bad night to be out.
Mr. Bert Bill spent Sunday with his lady friend of Superior street, Marion, Bert drove that new horse, he reports that the animal can go from the V. T. Hill's farm to Superior street very nicely is you give it time.
Miss Lucy Bill is spending the week with relatives in Delaware.
Say! That fellow that works on the Hill farm was not asleep when he drove the corn planter, as the rows are as straight as a string.
Dr. Crissinger, of Marion, accompioned by a friend visited the V. T. Hill's farm Sunday to see those white faces and reports them to be the best bunch of calves he has seen at that age.
Johnny Mathews, who is employed at the Dr. Jones farm, on the Dildine pike by G. M. Biggerstaff, was seen out riding accompanied by a lady friend.
Mr. G. M. Biggerstaff has ordered a pony carriage for the children.
Frank Butz's new house is nearing completion.
Miss Laura Treese arrived from Marion Tuesday and will spend her summer at home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hellenbach spent Sunday with Sim Blue and family.
Miss Mollie Treese of Marion, was the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Treese, Saturday and Sunday.
Bevis Bros., sold their threshing outfit to Sanders and Harriman, of Essex and will devote their time to farming having rented a large farm.
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A. D. Gast and wife and James Gast, wife and son spent Sunday with A, Gast and family near Richwood.
Samuel Gast, of Marion is visiting relatives here this week.
Mrs. Elizabeth Petty was the guest of J. A. Gast and family over Sunday.
Jacob Coleman, of Waldo, was in town Monday.
Mrs. G. W. Dunbar and Mrs. Joseph Cunningham was calling on Mrs. W. E. Boyd, Tuesday.
George Snair has accepted a position with the Steam Shovel company, of Marion.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Graves, Thursday. There was a good attendance and a pleasant time.
Cows and Springers. Must be yound, large and in good flesh. For such I will pay the highest market price. H. D. Beavers, Prospect, Ohio.
The trustees met in regular meeting Friday and paid the following bills.:
John Statler, notary fee, $.75; Sam Woodrow, labor, $1.00; James Rouse cleaning Otterbein and Tyler cemeteries $13.00
Trustees Salary, F. A. Lauer, $6.00; S. J. Farnum, $6.00; W. E. Griffith $4.40, Leon Cope quarter salary as clerk, $30.00
Real Estate Transfers.
Iva Hartman to J. B. Guthery, 58 acres in Marion township, $4,350.
C. Hinkle to Iva Hostottle, two lots in Marion, $1,350.
F. W. Haberman to Dorotha Haberman, a lot in Marion, $1,000.
Charles Kennedy to the Marion Land company, a lot in Marion, $400.
W. B. Peters to Sarah A. Hale, a lot in Marion, $1,475.
William C. Nye and wife to Raymond Butts, inlot 2010 in the city of Delaware $55.
Sheriff of Delaware county, Ohio, to William A. Foster, 44 47-160 acres of land in Berkshire township, $1500.
Frances L. Vought, quit claim to Estella M. Vought, inlot No. 8 in the village of Stratford, $1.
Merrick Conry and wife to Orpha Conry, 2 acres of land in Liberty Tp., $500.
Charles E. Courtright et al quit claim Martha E. Bailey, 98 acres of land in Concord township, $10.
Grey Riley to Rebecca Riley, 1 acre in Claibourne township, $550.
B. F. Reading and wife to Sallie M. Hazelett, 100 acres in Claibourne township, $7000.
M. Courtright and husband to W. L. Blaney, 52 acres in Jerome, $2400.
T. J. Williams to J. A. Shipley, lot in Richwood, $2925.
George G. Fisher and wife to John Ward, 50 acres in Claibourne township, $80.
S. S. Cheney and wife to Gottlieb Keller, 34 acres in Jackson township, $2210.
S. M. Sonders and others to C. M. and J. H. Sanders, lots in Richwood, $3500.
Mary Dee to J. B. Miller, lots in Richwood, $1000.
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