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The Mahoning dispatch. (Canfield, Mahoning County, Ohio) 1877-1968, October 18, 1912, Image 1

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WASHINaTONVILLE
Mrs S J Taylor Is on the sick
list
C H Blackburn and wife of Lisbon
wore here over Sunday
1 Andrew Mulr Is having repairs
n made on his residence
Joseph Frederick is on tho sick list
with heart and nerve trouble
C Tl Taylor and family of Youngs
town visited hero over Sunday
Born last Wednesday In tho homo
ot Mr and Mrs Fred Girard a Bon
Squire Johnson 1b repairing his now-
lyacqulled property on Water street
Bert SlmpBon and family of Mineral
Ridge visited his parents hero over
Sunday
Glen Smedley and Clifford of tho
Erie railroad force were in town ov
er Sunday
George Cobbedish has moved Into
the Abe Stouffer property on West
Main street
James Welkart Is dmiprovlng his
Matn ptreeti property Iwlth a new
front porch
eekly prayer meetings will bo
held In tne Methodist church Thurs
day evening
Misses Anna and Elizabeth Hol
land employed In Sebring wore home
over Sunday
1 allure of the Erie passenger Mon
day morning delayed the north bound
train one hour
P E Senholser and Clifford Pals
ley employed in Youngstown were
home over Sunday
Mrs Joseph Cochel of Calla spent
Sunday with her sister Mrs E E
Stouffer on High street
George Wlnrose has purchased a
horse and wagon and is doing a
eter business in this vicinity
v Wm balrymple has moved his Ice
house and will ibulld an addition to it
before the Ice harvest begins
Mrs James Grove and son James
of Hamilton are visiting her parents
Mr and Mrs George Summervllle
Dick Dunn secured work at the
Fatrvlew mine and moved from West
Point Into the Herrmann property
Mrs Geo Baker has moved to Lee
tonla Henry Loutzenhouser will
take charge of the Baker property
Robert Dow and Thomas Murphy
employed in the mines at Dillonvale
Ohio spent Sunday among old cron
ies here
Harvey Crook has moved his house
hold effects from Columbiana into the
property recently vacated by Dr O
A Rhodes
Word came to the home of Orvllle
Moore Sunday of the death of tho in
fant child of Mr and Mrs Elmer
jCarnes of Salem
F L Stouffer -has completed the
concrete work on the bridge near
Homeworth Ho began work on the
VEast Lewlstown grading this week
The King orchestra gave a dance
In Allens hall Saturday evening the
Dynamo Club furnishing the refresh
ments There was a good attendance
A full quota of delegates to the
county Sunday school convention to
be held In Youngstown this week was
named from both Sunday schools here
A few candidates for county offices
are making their rounds here but we
ont hear much from the spellbinders
of the G O P Bull Moosers or
Wilburt DeJane moved his house
hold goqds to Allegheny Tuesday
morning having secured employment
n that place We wish the family
he best going in our sister state
Posters announcing a football game
Oetween Mt Union and Case school
f applied science of Cleveland on
the Mt Union grounds Saturday A
number of tho local sports will at
tend the game
FredPHnke received word Monday
from the authorities of Columlbla
county Washington of the sudden
death of his brother employed on a
ranch near Tacoma He left Mon
day evening for that point
The Ibrick men are finishing the
Are walls at the new school building
Plastering is being d6ne windows
placed in position graders filling in
around the structure all working to
the completion of the building on
time
The potato crop of this vicinity Is
now being harvested and points to an
extra good crop The prevailing prices
of shippers Is 40 cents per bushel and
not anxious to take them at that price
Buyers are not as active this year as
formerly
C H Welkart opened a box In the
yard In the rear of his store last
Friday afternoon A swarm of btes
attracted by the sweets soon gather
ed and It was necessary to wait until
darkness took them away before the
box could be secured
The football game between Salem
and East Liverpool Sunday afternoon
was wone by the former to the tune
of 52 to 0 Welkart and Candle of
this place were members of the
team A bunch of the lovers of
ithe sport from here was In attend
ance
The semi annual meeting of the
Washlngtonvllle Co Operatlvo society
was held in their rooms Friday eve
ning he auditors of the company
having completed their work a divi
dend for the past six monthB was de
clared 12 ner cent for members and
cash buyers and 6 per cent for non-
members Under the present man
agement this Institution has Ibeen
ahlA in prima throuch with the
dends although the mines have not
been working during the summer
The Falrvlaw mine of the Sterling
company put the mine In shape for
operation last week starting Monday
morning with a full force of men
During the absence of the regular
mine foreman Dan McCrath of the
Delmore mine ot the same company is
In charge Indications point to a
steady run for the winter The
lem Co mine is being cleaned up and
put in readiness fpr operation It Is
expected this mine will be working
a full force before the end of tho
week The new opening being made
at stop 5 on the y Ohas reah4
the coal and broke into soire former
workings which will bring them Into
i their nelrfiin two weeksThe Colum
hio filav nlant is running full time
jsNow If webad another industry or
law imii the mines U wouM freat
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JUST A LITTLE EFFORT
On tho part of Dispatch subscribers
r who think well ot tho paper would
accomplish wonders In oxtondlng Its
circulation If you havo a friend or
nolghbor who would likely bo Inter
ested In a purely county newspaper
why not ask him to onroll his namo
on the Dispatch list
Terms 100 a Year
TOL XXXVI I
m
Six pupils from hero attending tho
Salem Business college
James Wlnrose Is at home from
Youngstown for a few days
Joe Fast Is slowly recovering from
the attack of typhoid fever
J E Gilbert Is putting a now roof
on the Wick building In Lectonla
W D Archer living north of town
is suttcring from an attack of appen
dicitis Doctors are of tho opinion
they can remove the trouble without
having to submit to surgical treat
ment
Forty cents Is tho latest offer for
potatoes delivered to the cars for
shipping
Mrs E R Lewis and Mrs Edward
Popple are Cleveland visitors for a
fow days
Mrs A L Taylor and son Leron
went to Cleveland Thursday for a
few days visit
Auolnh Cowan Is now employed as
night ticitet clerk In tb0 Y O of
fice in Lectonla
Jack Frost visited us in all his
glory Monday night this being tho
first damaging frost of the season
Local base ball fans celebrated the
victory of the Boston Red Sox Wed
nesday All are American League
rooters here
Mrs Job Evans of Beaver Falls
Pa visited here Tuesday going from
here to Nlles to visit her sister Mrs
G A Bowker
Tony Possago working In one of
the AVest Point mines has been given
a positon on one of the machine cut
ters In Falrvlew mine
The chicken supper given by the
Leetonla Poultry Association Wednes
day evening in Leetonla was a suc
cess in every way It was attended
by Washlngtonvllle folks
The 7 a m Y O car from Salem
was derailed near the Y switch here
Monday morning while backing out
from the depot Another oar was
sent from the Leetonla station to take
care of the passengers the steam
train replacing the car on the rails
While switching here Monday after
noon a large cinder rolled from a car
striking Brakeman John Miles on the
head inflicting a nasty cut as well as
bruising ue skull Temporary treat
ment was given him here He finish
ed hlsrun to the NlleB terminal
Excitement ran high for a few min
utes Monday evening when the re
port was spread that the Peerless
mine had caved In There was a
night force at work A relief party
went there Immediately and found a
part of the slope had fallen In The
employed men came to the surface
through the emergency exit It will
take a couple of days to repair the
damage
Mra IsabellwShaneflelrt of Indiana
with her sister Mrs James Stafford
is visiting at the home ot Mr and
Mrs H H Getz They In company
wun Mra ueiz cauea on jars jyui
tuaa jonnson jvionaay evening wnen
returning home they stepped Into the
exposed gutterway near the Johnson
home Mrs Shanefleld had one ankle
badly sprained requiring medical
treatment and assistance home
EAST LEWISTOWN
Oct 16 Earl Burns spent Sunday
in East Liverpool returning Sunday
evening
Florence Hendricks leturned home
last week from Pearson D Calvins
wheie she was employed
A Sunday school conference was
held at the Midway Mennonlte church
last Saturday There was a large at
tendance and a good program was
rendered
Mrs West widow of the late Clias
K West died at her home one mile
south of the village last week Wed
nesday forenoon The funeral Satur
day morning was In charge of the
Catholic church of which she was a
faithful member
Mrs Thomas Love Sunday morning
was taken seriously 111 with heart
trouble from which she has been a
sufferer for many years
H IL Burns and family visited at
Henry Lehmans Sunday
Isaac Love Is employed at the En
terprise works In Columbiana
Frank Crumbacher moved- Mbnday
to Salem where he Is employed
A number ot teams have been ad
ded to the working force on the
brick road Curbing and slag Is com
pleted to Mill creek and brick laying
was commenced Monday oh the re
maining portion
Mrs Summers was In the city Wed
nesday
The widow of the late William Wit
mer will have a sale Thursday
Clark McClun called on John Crum
bacher Saturday evening
Warren and Elmer Bare and fam
ily of Youngstown H W Mentzer and
family of Canfield and Mrs Electa
Nelder and daughter Irma were guests
of Theodore Bare Sunday
John Paulln and family of Calla
visited at J R Sauerwelns Sunday
NEW BUFFALO
Oct 16 Mrs Ell Ramsey and
daughter Edna and son Artie of
Struthers catlap on Celestla Doltrlck
Satiirry
Mrs Simeon Elser of North Lima
spent several days the first ot the
week with her son John and family
Carl Clay wife and daughter Eth
el oi Gettysburg spent several days
the first of the week at Freeman
Ruprlghts
Mrs Jacob Rhodes of Greenford
spent Sunday at Allen Weavers
Ilay Smith and wife spent Sunday
with the latters parents In Shady
Hollow
Mrs Harmon Ruggy and Ann Baer
aro on the sick list
E G Moff and family attended the
funeral of Mrs Moffs mother Mrs
Elizabeth West near East Lewlstown
Saturday
PauJ Messerly and family spent
Sunday at Lauren Wlslers
Dorothy Weaver 1b visiting her
grandmother Mrs Jacob Rhodes in
Greenford
Jesse jof Cortez
Colorado who was called here by
the death of his mother is spending
some time with bis sister -Mrs E G
Wntl ami fumllv
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OORNERSBURG
Oct 16 Mrs P B Blblet was
greatly surprised Friday evening Oct
11 by a number of her relatives and
friends gathering at her home It be
ing her 39th birthday annlveisary
The surprise was arranged by tho
family and well they succeeded The
evening was spent wllh social inter
course music and games A delicious
luncheon Was served during the eve
ning Those present were Mr and
Mrs G W Mllllkln Mr and Mrs
Bert Mllllkln Mr and Mrs Frank
Mllllkln and son Gist Mr and Mrs G
W Ryder and son William Mr and
Mrs Thomas Wannamaker Mr and
Mrs Melvln Schium Mr and Mrs
John OBrien Mr and Mrs C C
Corll Mr and Mrs Earl Corll Mr
and Mrs Fred Mayberry Mr and Mrs
Henry Creed Mr and Mrs Thomas
Creed Mr and Mrs James Thornton
an dnughters Thelma and Dorothy
and son Rolbert Misses Pearl Rlblot
Pearl wehr Olive Wehr Edna Welsh
Vesta Koonce Helen Grlndlay and
Messrs Peter Corll Albert Fulwllor
Clyde Schrum of Youngstown Mr
and Mrs Wylie Mayberry and daugh
ters Bernice Mary and Velma and
son Harold and Edward Trlbby of
Canfield Mr and Mrs H J Haskell
of Zancsvlllc Mr and Mrs S G
Rlblet of Glrard Mi and Mrs Wil
liam Hethrlngton of Austlntown
Ralph Creed and daughter Cleora of
Coltsville Mr and iMrs William Cieed
and Lycurgus Creed of Struthers
Mrs LouIb DeCamp of Youngstown
spent Thursday of last week In the
home of G W Strode
After being closed a week the south
side school opened Monday morning
Oct 7 with Miss Mary Bowser of
Warren as teacher
G W Ryder attended the funeral
of B L Manchester of Dublin Sunday
forenoon
Mrs John Borts and Mrs Alice
Harroff of Youngstown were Sunday
visitors in the home of Austin Crum
Irvin Yeager and family of Sodom
spent Sunday in the home of Frank
Osborne
Mrs Almlra Twiss spent the latter
part of last week In the home of G
W Strock
There will be a Halloween social
held at the Lutheran church Saturday
evening Oct 26 Lunch will be serv
ed from 7 to 9 oclock All are wel
come
Mr and Mrs C C Corll have re
turned from Cleveland where they at
tended the Knights Templars con
clave
Mrs Levi Little spent a day recent
ly with her sister Mrs Henry Ack
erman of Woodworth
M K Boyle wife nd -daughter of
Youngstown were among our Sunday
callers
J D Shields and wife of Youngs
town spent JSunduy In the home of
Mrs Amelia Shields
Horatio Rlblet of Youngstown was
a Monday caller
Mrs Catharine Murray of Youngs
town 1b spending a few weeks with
her daughter Mrs G C Neff
John Fink Is doing jury duty In
Youngstown
H J Haskell and wife of Zanesvllle
are visiting relatives in this commun
ity
BLANCO
vCt 16 Mr and Mrs Nathan Rake
straw of Berlin Center visited at H
E Kales Sunday
Mr and Mrs L W Flick and
daughter Minnie called onher par
ents Mr and Mrs John Porter Sun
day afternoon
V H Woolf of Youngstown ac
companied by Mr and Mrs John Por
ter Frank Poner and Martha Rosen
baum and niece Laura Onstott went
on a trip to Warren Niles und
Youngstown Saturday In Woolfs auto
mobile
ueo Shilling of Youngstown was
here Wednesday
Jacob Helsel and E Kale transact
ed business in Atwater Friday
Mrs Vern Thorpe was in Youngs
town Friday
Mr and Mrs Grover Stitle apdj
Clarence Stitle visited Clarences
brother In Whippoorwill Sunday
Homer Helsel Burton Kale and
Chas Bryan wore at Berlin Saturday
Rev Muler of Berlin Center called
on Wm OnBtott Monday
H E Kale was in North Jackson
onday
Mr and Mrs Chas Smith visited
his brother Dal and family In Ber
lin Sunday
Mrs ton Force and Mrs E Kale
and dauguior Zella and Elvin Bebb
were In Youngstown Saturday
Mr and Mrs Jas Cessna and son
Delmas of Rosemont visited at W J
forces Sunday
Bert Klstler of LordBtown was here
Monday
A L Relcbard of Diamond called
on E Kale Tuesday
Esther lficlds is staying with ner
grandparents Mr and Mi s Jbb
ner a lew days
L J Baum of Canton wasHiere
Wednesday
Emory Kale and wife entertained
company from Pittsburgh Sunday
vene Force recently called on old
friends here
Homer Helsel Is working in Berlin
Elton Force is homo fiom Youngs
town for a few days
ELLSWORTH
Oct 16 Miss Hulda Gordon of Se
bring spent Saturday and Sunday at
her home here
Mr and Mrs George Rose jind two
sons of Monaca Pa returned home
onday morning after a visit of sev
eral days with Mrs H H Rose
Miss Elizaibeth M Allen ot New
York spent Friday and Saturday hero
Ylth her mother Mrs p 0 Allen
The next Character Club meeting
wll be held at the home ot J I
Blown Filday evening Oct 26
Misses Addle Fitch and Ida Davis
returned homo from Youngstown Sat
urday after spending several days
with R O Leonard and wjfea
Mies Myrtle Rose was In Warren
Sunday aftejrnopn
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ROSEMONT
Oct 1C A very pleasant mooting
of the Ladles All Society was held
laBt Thursday at the homo of Mrs J
M Arnold Among tho visitors wore
Rev and Mrs W C Miller of Ber
lin Center The next meeting will bo
held two weeks from that day at
the home of Mrs Wm Zimmerman
Mr and Mrs Myron Arnold wore
in Pittsburgh one day last week
Mr and Mrs H B Rose and C A
Rose and family visited at C E Roses
in Nlles last Sunday
Mr and Mrs Watson Powers were
In Youngstown Sunday
Friends of Mr and Mrs Wade
Urlch were grieved to learn of the
death of their eldest daughter Theo
In the Youhgstown City hospital Sun
day night She underwent an opera
tion for appendicitis a few days prev
ious Tho family formerly resided
here and the sympathy of many
friends Is extended- them In their be
reavement
Mr and Mrs Harry Roth aro visit
ing in Rochester Pa
Misses Hozel Sigle and May Forney
spent Tuesday and Wednesday In
Youngstown attending the county
Sunday school convention
Fred Gensler and family were in
Youngstown Sunday
Mis Chailes Hollabaugh Is spend
ing some time wth her mother In
Austlntown
Mr and Mrs Fred Schisler visited
in Struthers Suriday
Fred Gensler and J S Woodrow
were In Youngstown Tuesday to
hear Gov Johnson speak
Mrs Jennie Eckls and son Harry
spent Saturday and Sunday visiting
relatives In Bergholz
Mrs Myron Arnold is visiting In
Canton
Mrs Elmer Crum and Noah Sigle
are among the sick Mrs Shannon
Is somewhat Improved
Oct 16 We are glad to welcome
Rev W C Miller Aack another year
to preach In this place
Mr Soles wife and children return
ed to Westmoreland county Pa aft
er spending a week with Mr and
-Mrs Fred Cline and other friends
Mr and Mrs Wldock of Cleveland
who visited Mr and Mrs S Prince
have returned home Mrs Prince ac
companied them and expects to stay
several days
Mrs L U Howard and daughter
Mildred had business in Youngstown
Saturday
Misses May Forney and Hazel Mil
ler were at home Sunday
Mr and Mrs Joe Malmsberry of
Youngstown spent a few days at W
Ej Roses j
y
A kitchen shower will be given Mr
and Mrs Ward Ressler Friday even
ing at the home of Ward Dean
The petition signed to hinder the
building of the macadam road did not
prove successful and we now have
one of the best macadam roads west
of Rosemont nearly completed
POLAND
r
Oct 16 Mr and Mrs James Hav
erstick of Girard Mr and Mrs Chas
Brandon and Miss Helen Baden of
Struthers were entertained Sunday in
the home of Miss Hallie Havei stick
Miss Addean Dungan and Mrs Ford
have returned home to Cleveland aft
er a two weeks visit with Mrs C C
Smith
Mrs A P Webb of Youngstown vis
ited her brother Clark Truesdale
Sunday
Mr and Mrs Mayers of Hubbard
were guests in the home of their son
Jay over Sunday
Mrs Henderson of Strutheis visit
ed her sister Mrs William Cover
Sunda
Miss Grace Matthews of Youngs
town was here Monday
Dr and Mrrf C R Justice Mr arid
Mrs C T Haynes and A B Cover
are attending the Knights Tenplars
conclave In Cleveland
Mrs Henry Heasley spent Tuesday
with Mrs Veeder Heasley in Youngs
town
Mr Veach of Youngstown was In
town Tuesday
Mrs Caleb Lewis and Mrs Lemuel
Leslie are attending the Sunday
school convention in Youngstown
Mrs Jared Riley and Miss King
were in Youngstown Tuesday
E J Clarke spent Monday night
with his granddaughter Mrs MUlP
dred iWyre in Youngstown
Mrs Thorne Llddle and children
visited friends in Youngstown over
Sunday
Miss Zoe Pickens returned to Cleve
land Monday
Mrs Hannah Fankel visited friends
In Nlles Sunday
Miss McGeohon Mrs Sharpe Mrs
McCoy and Miss Kerns are attending
tho Sunday school convention in
Youngstown
LOCIJST GROVE
rw lfi JLV S flnv nnd wlfn of
Gettysburg spent Sunday at I W Cal
vins
Rnnio nf nnr nnnnlfi attended an
oyster supper In Washlngtonvllle last
saturaay nigni
Ross Sherman and wife W 8 Corll
and wife Miss Jessie Stanley Mr
Weston and Mr Snow of Leetonla
snent Sunday with John Felcht and
family
Wallace Wonsetler and wife of Fob
terville spent Sunday here with
liard caivin
Calvn brothers are building a Ibarn
for David Kllngensmlth f Washlng
tonvllle
MEANDER
Oct 16 Maud Lodwick and daugh
ter Minnie Dehoff and son were Ui
Youngstown Saturday
Charley Bailey and family visited
at James Lodwicks Sunday
Mary Shaffer and Lorana Gardner
i3nd daughter recently vlalted here
WHda Black was home over Sunday
jlrs Robert Turner wbq was quite
sick is slowly Improving - -
Alice Neff Minnie Dehoff and son
Curtli were InNljes Tuesday
Mary Turner and Master sGlen vlsi
ited Mrs FrftC Young Monday
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An Independent Family Journal Devoted to the Interests of All Classes and Nationalities
CANFIELD MAHONING COUNTY O FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1912
CALLA
Oct 16 Preaching Is announced for
the Evangelical church next Sunday
morning and evening Oct 20 by tho
pastor RoV C W Hartman
Mr and Mrs Winchester Harmon
of Columbiana were over Sunday vis
itors at George Slagles
Airs John Dodds and Miss Bertha
Shaffer assisted their sister Mrs
Archie Culp Monday
Miss Lizzie Osborne returned home
Tuesday after spending a few days
with friends out of town
Many Calla people attended tho
funeral of B L Manchester on Apple
avenue last Sunday
Miss Inez Miller who Is employed
In Salem visited at her home here
Sunday
Mr and Mrs Perry Ellas left Sat
urday night for an extended trip in
the south
A F Lehman and family of Co
lumblana were visitors at H J Metz
lers last Sunday
Lester Cook Is working for the
American Fire Clay Co at Marquis
Mrs M B Templin visited her
mother Mrs Caroline Cook Monday
Miss Ota Paulln of Youngstown
spent Sunday at her home here
A number of Calla people attend
ed the county Sunday school conven
tion In Youngstown Tuesday
W P Mellott and Craig Slaglo were
in Columbiana Sunday night
Frank Rogers received a car load
of coal last week
HjA Slagle and family of Youngs
town formerly of Calla visited John
Shaffer and family last Sunday and
also visited Mrs Slagles parents Mr
and Mrs George Wonsetler in Green-
fora Mr Wonsetler is critically 111
and his recovery Is not expected on
account of his advanced age
Miss Minnie Miller is assisting C
W Hendricks with the work at the
Erie station
Mrs Allen Culp of Maple Grove
and Mrs Charles Davis of East Lew
istown assisted Mrs Archie Culp
Tuesday Mr Culp and family will
move this week to Youngstown where
they have purchased a home and Mr
Culp is employed W P Mellott will
move the household goods of Archie
Culp to Youngstown In his largo auto
truck
BERLIN CENTER
Oct 16 Mrs James Keeler was in
Nlles Friday
C J Fifer of Alliance was In town
Thursday
Sarah Santee of North Benton and
her friend Clark ILimber of Struth
ers were calling on G B Shraderand
wife Saturday and Sunday
Dr Carson has purchased a new
home in Alliance and left last week
to take possession
Mrs John Dustman is improving
very slowly
Mr and Mrs Tilden Harmon was
in Alliance one day last week
Gladys is spending a few days in
Youngstown visiting relatives
Mrs Sarah Santee and Mrs G B
Shraaer were in Alliance Monday
Mrs B Av TubbsIs having quite
a few improvementsmade on her
house
A number from here Is attending
the Sunday school convention at
Youngstown
Soiomon Hartzell is very low
Mrs Slckman of Cleveland is visit
ing her daughter Mrs Emery Stall-
smith
M A Hawn has sold his iron to G
Freier of Warren and loaded the cars
Tuesday
Clyde Hawn of Alliance was home
over Sunday
MILTON
Oct 16 Mr and Mrs S C Rose
were in Youngstown Sunday
Mr and Mrs Bailey and children
spent Saturday and Sunday with Edi
ward Cramer and family
Joseph Osborne was in Youngstown
Tuesday
Bert Creed and family moved to
their new home In Youngstown Mon
day
H E Detohon was In Masslllon
Wednesday
W A Reed and daughter Bertha
Were In Jackson Saturday
Glenn Creed purchased a pair of
colts In Berlin last week
Edward Orr and wife of Wayland
and Robert Orr of Berlin spent Sun-
day with their mother Mrs Helen
urr e
H C Creed was in Newton Falls
Friday
Charles Porter was In Youngstown
Sunday
Miss Marie Orr Is working for Mrs
A N Ormsby
Mr and Mrs BItner and children
of Duck Creek spent Sunday with
Cleveland Troutman and wife
Miss Lucy Porter visited Miss Haz
el Porter Sunday
uyrus Luclle and ueland Cle at
tended the funeral of Wallace Law
rence in Newton Falls Sunday
WEST AUSTINTOWN
Oct 16 A chicken pie supper will
be served In the basement ot the
Evangelical church Saturday evening
Oct 19
George Jordon and Perry Ohl have
each purchased a Ave passenger auto
and inrea Bayer and P D Schrum
have purchased runabouts
Walter IMay has moved in with
Mrs Mays parents Mr and Mrs-
David Anderson
Mrs Marietta Pennell Is visiting in
Youngstown
Mrs Sarah Lawrence has returned
fiom a visit with Mr and Mrs Ell
Crum at Smiths Corners
L E Mlnck has purchased a piano
Walter May has purchased an en
silage cutter and a four horse gasoline
engine
A ibirthday party was given by Mr
and Mrs U E Mlnck in honor of
Miss Sadie last Saturday evening
Vocal and instrumental music was
the order of the evening A fine
lunch was served at 11 80 Quito a
jniunber from Cornerburg were in
attendance
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NORTH LIMA
Oct 16 Rev J L Miller wife and
two children and Oliver Good and
wife and son Howard ot Youngstown
were guests of Rev J H Graf and
family Saturday
Guilford Ramsey and family spent
Sunday with New Springfield rela
tives
J H Mentzer and grandson Homer
spent last week in Canton
Homer Lipp wlfo and son visited
relatives at New Waterford Sunday
Mrs Linda Ott and son Clarence
visited in Now Springfield Sunday
A daughter was born last week to
Rev and Mrs L J Rohrbaugh
K A Slmpklns and wife of Hub
bard and J W Rotzel and wife of
spent Sunday afternoon
with Mrs W E Glenn and daughter
Mrs J V Chambers visited friends
in Fowler Sunday
Mrs Ed Peters and children spent
Sunday with relatives at Now Spring
field
Mis Nelson Mentzer and sons Mel
vln and Uoss spent last week with
her mother Mrs Unger at New
Springfield
Mr Paisley and family of Washing
tonville and Charles Orr and family
of Columbiana spent Sunday with Mr
and rs Ed Ciook
J H Lehman has returned from
several weeks trip to Canada
L W Mentzer is occupying his new
residence along the Y S track this
week
Work is progressing rapidly on J
J Marks new building
A Roosevelt meeting was held on
the Square Monday night Two speak
ers addressed the people one being
Emil Anderson
Rev Tovey and family were enter
tained in New Springfield Sunday
CONFEDERATE CORNERS
Oct 16 James Feichts condition Is
greatly Improved
Mrs Susan Blosser is spending sev
eral weeks at S M Burkholders
E N Sauerwelns broken ankle is
rapidly Improving
David Snyder received word Satur
day from Pittsburg that his brother
Amos had ibeen killed by a fast pas
senger train
E E Forney and Ed Frankford at
tended the funeral of B L Manches
ter Sunday
Warren Cool dug 350 bushels of po
tatoes Monday and Tuesday and War
ren says he is single too
Allen Culp E N Beardsiey Chas
Cochel Carl Cochel S W Yoder W
M Herron Ed Holben Chas Davis
M L Beard Joel Blosser and G S
Beard filled their silos last week
Toots orchestra met at Warren
Cools Sunday and my such sweet
music
G W Smith carrier on rural route
No l from Calla is enjoying his va
cation picking apples cutting corn
digging potatoes and hauling coal
Such is the life of a mail carrier
when he spends hlB vacation
Mi OConner of Youngstown spent
Saturday and Sunday among friends
here
ooyer School Report The pupils
perfect in attendance for the month
ending Oct 11 were Melvln Culp Adin
Biubaker EInood Forney Ansel
Sauerwein Mable Crumbacker Thel
ma Culp Ethel Frankford Sarah Metz
ler Glads Sauerwein hose absent
one day or less were Grant Culp Gil
bert Fltzpatrlck Paul Nichols Thom
as Fltzpatrlck Doras Felcht Ethel
Oeschr Total enrollment 42 Ernest
Holben Teacher
PATMOS
Oct 16 School here opens next
Monday with Stanley Howaid at in
structor
Middleton Greenamyre have their
mill moved and set up west of Salem
and are leady for business
Mr and Mrs Harrison Zimmerman
are visiting friends in Michigan
Herbert Bardo lost a valuable pony
a few days ago It got Into the barn
and ate a quantity of grain and drank
water before Mr Bardo know It and
the animal died in a short time
H J Greenamyre spent Sunday aft
ernoon at the home of his parents
Will and Fremont Middleton left
here Saturday evening to attend the
funeral of their nephew Leander Mid
dleton which was held Sunday at
the home near Argos Ind
The sick here are not Improving
Mrs M J Stallsmlth of Greenville
Pa Is here visiting- relatives
Samuel Welngart and family spent
Sunday at the home of John Hoyle
B F Reglas sale was not very well
attended
iFred Ernest and Addle and Bertha
Welngart spent Sunday with Florence
Middleton
Sunday school class No 4 of Bunk
er Hill church held a picnic at B T
Keggs Saturday Twelve young lad
les were present A fine dinner was
erved by the class and a very en
joyable time was had
HICKORY
Oct 15 Born Monday morning a
daughter to Mr and Mrs Homer Phil
lis
Mr and Mrs Harvey McDonald
spent Sunday with Duncan McDonald
and family in Garfield
J C Gordon of Ellsworth was here
last Wednesday
Mr and Mrs Ira Wilms and daugh
ter of Randolph visited at Howard
Millers this week
Miss Sarah Vickers of Alliance
formerly of this place died Sunday
night of scarlet fever
B L Manchester died last Friday
morning at 4 oclock after beng bed
fast for several weeks The funeral
was held from the home Sunday at
10 oclock Over flve hundred people
paid their respects to the deceased
by attending the obsequies
R M Justice s still confined to
the house with his Injured limb
i Mrs Mary Taylor ofSalem Is vis
iting at the home of Mr and Mrs R
M Justice t
MrsThos Dquli and son Fred at-
tended Mrs Ella Doeneys funeral in
Salem Sundayf1
KIT Oodmaa and daughter Bit of
qytflyM Mtpd 0s trie frf
JusftfitJujA i illf3s
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OUR JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT
Is equipped to turn out first class
work promptly and tho work must bo
satisfactory to tho customer No dif
ference how llttlo printed matter you
use or how much this offlco will bo
pleased to have vour order Prices
are as reasonablo as Is consistent
with tho servlco rendered
fVaia
PMfHotoId
lvariably In Advai ce
NO 30
YOUNGSTOWN
PARAGRAPHS
Weeks Doings Recorded by a Corres
pondent Who Knows How to Put
On the Frills
Youngstown Oct 17 With tho elec
tion not three weeks away two weeks
of this month and five days of Novem
ber there Is so far far less excite
ment than during tho Blaine and Log
an Cloveland McKlnley and Harrison
campaigns and this one of the most
singular campaigns since the demo
cratic Bpllt and the election of Lin
coln And may be for the reason
there seems to be a general convic
tion or conclusion that Governor
Woodrow Wilson will be the next
president In this city In tho daily
straw votes being taken Wilson Is
found to be away in the lead Roose
clt next and Taft a close third
While it may be said a straw ote
amounts to little or nothing as a re
liable pointer there Is no doubt if
taken fairly as the votes seem here
but the straw vote is indicative The
interest here is mainly in the state
and county candidacies The demo
crats naturally holding the republican
dlsaiection or split up certain to ln
me to their advantage This city is
to be visited by two of the great per
sonages Bryan and Roosevelt or v
such Is now the order and announce
ment and quite a number of meetings
with local speakers have been ar
ranged throughout the country Joe
Wess Is still much In the progressive
limelight and is investing in Bull
Moose agitation as if it were better
than real estate even though there
Is little or no evidence hell get the
postollice or any other official snap
If Joe is nutting up the money out
of his own pocket he Is quite a cam
paign philanthropist or almighty fond
of newspaper notoriety J Paul Hux
ley Chal Lyon and ex postmaster Geo
B Snyder are respectively whooping
it up for the regular republicans the
progressives and the democrats as
chairman in chief but up to date have
had no big parades or torch light dis
plays as In the old days when Judge
L W King Hon A W Jones Mon
roe Jbhnson Hon L D Thoman John
A Logan sr A F Moore Billy Rad
cllffe James McFadden Thomas Mc
Namara Hon A D Fassett Charles
Vallandlgham John H Clarke James
Kane I A Justice Justice Reznor
Hon W L Campbell Hon Wick Tay
ler Hon W R Stewart and others
were active in the local political ar
ena It is next to impossible now to
get up the ardor and action of the
time when men and women here wore
Butternut breastpins and were sing
ing John Browns Body and Well
hang Jeff Davis on a sourapple tree
Wednesday Oct 16 was the fiftieth
birthday of the Hon E H Moore ex
mayor of this city prominent lawyer
one time school teacher and now the
insuuuee commissioner of Ohio and
recently the leader for Governor Har
mon lor democratic nomination for
president The event was happily and
enthusiastically celebrated by a good
ly number of many of his personal
friends and professional associates
with a toothsome and elaborate ban
quet the plates 5 each In the Elks
clubroom here The committee in
charge was composed of M U
genheim W W Gillen M C Hannon
P J ONeill and John J OConnor
We are not certain but believe Mr
Moore was born in Canfield where In
any event he spent yeais of his boy
hood and school days and since when
he has certainly been highly disting
uished and honored It is generally
known he could have been the pres
ent democratic nominee for gorvernor
of Ohio and it may be he will be
come the partner of Gov Harmon In
the practice of law In Cincinnati Ho
has been variously signally successful
and is brilliant and able
Beautifully and costly vestments
six sets have come here from Paris
for use during sei vices In the Immac
ulate Conception Catholic church of
which father Kenney is pastor In
chief The arts are one of white pne
or red green purple and rose and
lncmde copes dalmaties states etp
The sacred garments are richly em
broidered
Nannie Polndaxter has sued John
Foindexter for divorce on an aband
onment charge They were married
in Salem Feb 1 1891 and have two
child en
A well deserved promotion had come
to Miss Mabel Winsworth daughter
of Mr and Mrs W H Winsworth she
having been appointed supervisor of
the dining rooms in the Cleveland
high schools 10 In numlber For
three years she has taught domestic
science there and 1b one of the best
Informed and proficient
Thursday afternoon Judge Barnum
granted trustees of ths Society of Jer
usalem of Greenford O the right and
privilege to sell the site of the unus
ed church in that place
Frank Bailey who was indicted for
rdbbery pleaded guilty last Friday
and was sentenced to jail fur 30 days
by Judge Barnum Bailey pleading
guilty to petty larceny it being held
the robbery charge was In doubt
Two Wal telegraph men O W
Sarver manager of the Western Un
ion and Claronco Mnthery of the
Postal returned TiYlduy from Indian
apolis where they testified In the
McNIamara dynamite cases While
there Garver attended a banquet In
honor of the Western Union key-
pounders
Last Friday memners of the Wom
ens Society of Westminster Presby
terian church met in the home of
Mrs Wm Rltter on Cohasset road
There were 60 members present and
yie topic was The Negro problem
which was ably discussed in a paper
by MrsArba T Green whjo tne Pres
ident Mrs R W White read an In-
terestlng letter from Mrs S F JftttH1
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principal of the girls school
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In North Jackson and teach in f
south in he winter Ac iotereatiiuf
society report waslven ly Mra X
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