Transcribed by Norma Knotts Shaffer from microfilm of
the Calhoun Chronicle dated 3/3/1921.
Cash Richards, of Arnoldsburg, was here Wednesday enroute to Yellow
Creek to visit relatives. On his way here he lost a watch which he
values very highly, not so much on account of its intrinsic value as for
the sentiment connected with it. Mr. Richards was a fighter in France
during the late war and picked this watch up on the battlefield a few days
before the armistice was signed. He regrets the loss very much and
the finder will confer a great favor on him if returned. A description
of the watch will be found in an advertisement in another column.