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Date: Fri, 05 May 2006 19:50:34 -0500
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Article Title: Prospect Monitor
Article Date: June 16 1905
Article Description: Prospect Ball Game; Johnson Entertains; Current Events; Davis murder.
Two Games of Ball Tuesday Afternoon Defeating Agosta and West Mansfield.
A large crowd saw Prospect win two well played games of ball Tuesday afternoon at Gast's Park.
The first game was between Prospect and Agosta, with Little and Windsor, and Casey brothers as the batteries.
Casey was easy for the home players, eight runs being made in the first inning, Little pitched a good game, having 5 strike outs to his credit and allowing only three hits. The score was Prospect 15, Agosta 5.
The second game was between Prospect and the strong W. Mansfield team. Prospect had Weaver and Curtis up, with Marsh and Votan for W. Mansfield. Weaver was in great form struck out 12 men and having only three hits against him. Marsh struck out six and allowed Prospect eight hits.
The game was a pitchers battle and was one of the best ever played on the home grounds. W. Mansfield can lay the loss of the game to Parks their first baseman who had eight errors chalked against him. The score was Prospect 5, and W. Mansfield 3.
Messers. A. S. Somerlot and Charles Williams, doing business at Green Camp under the firm name of Somerlot and Williams, have filed a petition in error in the circuit court asking that the judgment granted Edward T. Williams in the court of common pleas on May 5, 1905, be reversed. Attorney for the plaintiffs are Scofield, Durfee and Scofield.
Fell From Window
Lester Baker, well known in Prospect, was wrestling with a companion a few weeks ago at the printing office where they were employed in Columbus, when both boys fell out of a second story window to the pavement.
Lester received severe sprains of both wrists and several cuts and bruises, while his companion, was also bruised and had his leg broken. Baker was able to go to work again Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Johnson and son Harold and Mr. T. B. Weaver were delightfully entertained at a six o'clock tea by Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cox at their country residence east of Prospect Thursday evening. After the several courses had been served by the accomplished hostess and daughter, Susie, a very enjoyable hour was spent, music and reminiscence having leading parts.
Misses Ila Stahl and Dottie Ulrey, of Shelby, were guests of Mrs. R. H. Finefrock over the Fourth.
Mrs. Fannie Mickel of Cincinnati has been the guest this week of Mrs. Clara Young.
Mrs. Wells who has been the guest of her sister Mrs. W. R. Lauer returned to her home at Cardington today.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Herbster returned from Lehighton, Pennsylvania, Wednesday, Mrs. Herbster is nearly recovered from her late illness.
C. Crissinger of Columbus spent the Fourth with Prospect friends.
A large number of Prospect people spent the Fourth at Columbus and Delaware, but the most were at Marion.
Jacob Cole of Green Camp, who is well known in this vicinity celebrated his ninetieth birthday anniversary Monday.
Mrs. T. R. Griffith spent Tuesday with Cardington friends.
The best lubricating oil for harvesting machinery, at Osborn Bros.
John H. Almendinger living east of Prospect was kicked by a horse early this morning, fracturing his right leg.
Tuesday morning while celebrating the fourth, Lee Carpenter was severly burned by an explosion of lose powder which he accidently ignited with a match.
Miss Eva Landon of St. Louis, is the guest of friends in Prospect and vicinity.
Mrs. G. W. Fleming returned home Wednesday, after a pleasant visit with relatives in Beaver Dam, Ohio.
John D. Owens has been granted a patent on an improved Lime, Kiln fuel saver.
Mrs. John G. Stuckey and daughter Emma, were Sunday guests of Marion friends.
Mrs. Wm. Wagner who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. Shuey, left Wednesday for her home at Buckhon, Pennsylvania, stoping at Pittsburg to visit relatives.
Mrs. Angeline Ditter of Barnesville, Ohio is visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. Crum and family.
FOR SALEThe A. H. Curtis farm of 36 acres two and one-half miles south of Prospect, on the C. D. & M. Electric line. Enquire of A. H. Curtis, on the premises.
Rev. Schaaf Sunday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ruth, near Green Camp, united in marriage Miss Florence Ruth and Mr. Milton J. Flach, of Vincennes Indiana.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jones visited with Prospect friend Wednesday while on their way from Newark, Ohio to their home in Marion.
Mr. P. M. Gast visited relatives at Findlay, this week.
No clue so far has been obtained of the murderers of Charles and Elsie Davis at Cocoanut Grove, Florida, two weeks ago. A reward of $3000 has been offered for their apprehension.
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