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Subject: New Article for United States - Ohio
Date: Sun, 28 May 2006 20:38:38 -0500
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Article Title: Prospect Monitor
Article Date: July 13 1905
Article Description: Gallant failure to appear; Real Estate Transfers; Baldwin Death; Welch Divorce; Penney Sanders suit
To Those Concerned.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to the late E. C. Bevis are requested to call on the undersigned within the next thirty days and settle such indebtedness. Mrs. E. C. Bevis
They Got Theirs
Union county court allowed Attorneys Hoops and Cameron $150 each for assisting in the prosecution of the Richwood bucket shop.
Failed to Appear
Edward Gallant, who was under indictment in Union county for riot, and assult upon preacher Mitchel at Magnetic Springs some time ago, failed to appear in court last week and his bond was forfited.
Real Estate Transfers.
Viola B. Hughes to D. M. Breen, part of a lot in Prospect, $275.
Rickie Kibler to Viola B. Huges, a lot in Prospect, $1,500.
Gottleib Keller to John C. Moore, a lot in Green Camp, $600.
Mary Retterer to John Furstenberger, 40 acres in Richland township, $2,000.
George Retterer by sheriff to Mary Retterer, 80 acres in Richland township $2,825.
Death of Carl Baldwin.
Carl Baldwin who a year ago taught the school at Owens and who became well known in Prospect, died Sunday evening at St. Marys, Ohio, of heart failure, aged about thirty years. The funeral was held at Essex, Ohio.
Goes to Works to Work
There is no excuse for a man being out of work in Marion, Mayor Madder declares, and he proposed to give the city's street corner loafers some incentive for going to work.
Tuesday morning Frank Simpson, better known as "Butch" and a former resident of Prospect, was taken before the mayor for a hearing. Simpson is one of the fellows who is known to be a habitual loafer, and in order to make an example of him, the gayor gave him $5 and 30 days in the workhouse. Simpson
Filed in Common Pleas Court in Which Well Known Former Residents of Prospect are Interested
Carrie Welch, through her attorneys, Carhart and Warner, has filed a petition in the court of common pleas of Marion county, praying for a divorce from George W. Welch. She relates that they were married in Essex, Union County on December 6, 1896 and two children, Levi aged 8 and Edmond aged 5, have been born.
Mrs. Welch charges her husband with gross neglect of duty and failure to provide and states that the first of this year he deserted his family. The plaintiff asks for a divorce and for the custoday of the children.
The parties to the suit are well known in Prospect and vicinity. Mr. Welch at one time being station agent for the Erie at Woodland, and later kept a Racket store in Prospect.
Five Hundred dollars has been raised in Marion which will be used to make the big soldiers picnic at the Marion fair grounds August 24 a grand success.
In Union County Court to Recover Money Lost in Richwood Bucket Shop
F. O. Penney, of Richwood has brough suit against Clarence M. Sanders, James H. Sanders, John M. Sanders, Percy H. Sanders and B. L. Talmage to recover $776.25.
Penny alleges that he was fleeced out of the above in the bucket shop at Richwood operated by one George A. Baker of Delaware. Penney bought suit in a civil action against Baker to recover the above sum, and at the April term of common pleas court the defendant confessed judgment for the full amount, but claimed that he had no money to pay with. Penney therefore brings suit against the above named defendants to to recover the money, as they owned the building at the time the brokerage business was conducted. Mr. Talmage is made party defendant to the suit on account of holding a mortgage on the building.
David Jones returned to Butte, Montana this morning. Mrs. Jones will follow in the future.
Mrs. Ann Thomas is critical ill at her brother's home in Richwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Chaney Griffith and son, of St. Louis, are guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Griffith.
Charley Gallant is building a new barn. W. B. Spicer has about completed the contract.
Miss Hettie Wolfley is clerking in Delaware.
It is rumored that Radnor is going to have another R. F. D. route No. 3.
Miss Gertrude Bowen, of Delaware, who went to sister, Mrs. Adams, in Toronoto, Canada, was married there July, 4th.
Little Ardith Spicer gave a party to a number of her friends June 28th, it being her second birthday.
Miss Lola Bowen and gentleman friend were the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. B. Spicer, last Sunday.
Guy Lloyd and tom Griffith opened an ice cream parlor near the Central telephone office. They serve ice cream Tuesday and Saturday evening.
Jesse Almendinger will fire his engine and commence threshing Friday.
Arthur Johnson and family took dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mayfield.
S. L. Wottring wife and daughter, spent Sunday with Mrs. Wottring's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Mayfield.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cratty entertained Mr. N. E. Barnhart and family, Mrs. Frank Smeltzer and children and Mrs. David Cratty.
Jacob Fox and sons, who are always striving for the best, in the way of machinery, have just added a new self feeder to their threshing machine and will start the wheels to rolling the last of this week.
One of the most delightful social events of the season was that which took place Saturday evening when about seventy-five members and friends met at the church and spent the evening in a most pleasing social way. Light refreshments were served after which a short service was held.
C. G. Quigg and W. R. James went to Cedar Point Sunday.
Hazel Scofield spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Jones.
West Wheeler and family visited with Geo Wheeler and family Sunday.
Miss Adah Wheeler, of Bellefontaine is staying at the home of Mr. Strine at present.
Mr. Curtis and family was entertained at the home of Charley Davis and family,k Saturday evening, ice cream was in order and a pleasant time was had.
James Smith was in Prospect Saturday afternoon.
Miss Edna Grosgross is the guest of Miss Verna Osborne.
Mrs. Flossie Davis is on the sick list.
Misses Nellie and Myrtle Morris were in Prospect Saturday evening.
Mary Snyders was taken Saturday to Columbus by Dr. Simpson of Radnor and Dr. Hedge of Delaware, to undergo an operation at the Protestant Hospital for appendicitis. She is from Troy township.
Forest Anderson was in Prospect Saturday evening.
ON THE LINE.
Mrs. Charles Fryman spent a few days with her parents last week.
Mrs. W. E. Boyd was the guests of relatives in Marion Saturday.
W. J. Fitts and family spent Sunday in Marion with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Hawk took dinner with J. M. Adams and wife Sunday.
Mrs. W. E. Boyd is entertaining the Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church, this afternoon.
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