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VOL XXXVI
WASHINQTONVILLE
LOCAL GLEANINGS
By Peter M Herold
A few maple trees east of town
havo been tapped
John ODell and wife nee King
of Steubenvllle are here visiting rel
atives
C E Holt was In Nowhouse Mon
day in the interests of the Lectonia
Tool Co
Trappers of polecats ground hogs
mu8kratB etc are having fair suc
cess this winter
This village can support about two
saloons under the new constitution
what Is to become of the third one
Earl Kllngensmlth hid his foot bad
ly injured whet working at a sawmill
on the Island stock farm last week
a stato representative of tho Anti
Saloon League Is announced to cpeak
In the Lutheran church next Sunday
evening
The Methodist choir realised 2225
from the box social Saturday night
They could have sold moro if they
had had tho goods
Wmt BUgcr ttf the Mlshler celery
farm In Stark county attended the
funeral ot his aunt Mrs E Shaffer
In Leetonla on Sunday and remained
with relatives hero for a few days
Roy Davis James Paisley John
Fyncs Louis Calouch MlBses Mer
cedes Gilbert Lillian Dalrymple and
Ruby Weikart are pupils from hero
Who attend the Salem business col
lege
Tho county commissioners paid J
D Cobourn 300 on Monday for tbe
arrest and conviction of John Co
bourn and Mrs Burrows for the mur
der of tho latters husband last Lab
or day
James Broadbcnt who was injured
by a fall ot slate in the Tccgarden
mines is said to be Improving nicely
His sister Mrs John Faloon has been
to see him and receives word from
his bedside frequently
Our foreign population will please
note- that the Postmaster General has
Issued orders that Parcel post
stamps must not bo affixed to mall
matter of any kind whatever address
ed to any foreign country
Representative Percy Totlow of
Columbiana county has introduced his
first bill in tho Ohio legislature It
Is that parents or the next of kin may
sue for damages for tho death of a
miner Now only tho widow or lineal
descendant may sue
James A Matzenbaugh and daugh
ter Estelln who aro on their way to
California havo written home folks
from Mexico They have doubtless
reached their destination and enjoy
ing tho salubrious climate of tho Pa
cific coast before this 1b read
Tho wind storms accompanied by
thunder and lightning last Friday and
Saturday did but little damage here
aside from breaking a glass in one
of the front doors of tho M E
Churcu In Leetonla the M E Church
was damaged to tho extent of 50 by
tho blowing down of a largo chimney
and tearing tho cornice oil tho Sun
day school room
Dr J V Lewis the oldest and most
prominent physician of Alliance died
there last Thursday forenoon aged
77 years He was born In Greenford
and was n half brother of Mrs Sn
mantha Simpson nee Roller who
left hero last year to be at tho bed
side of Dr Lewis who had been in
failing health for the past five years
He was a good orator and served one
year in the state1 senate
Itedeoming tho time EpheBlans
V 16 was the theme of Rev Earl
Leas discourse to good sized audi
ence In the Methodist church Sunday
night A full choir was present and
aided much In the Interest of the ser
vices Rev Lea will begin a series
of revival meetings at Franklin
Square this week and if he meets
with as much encouragement there
as he did here he will have reason
to congratulate himself
At the annual meeting of tho stock
holders of the Farmers and Merchants
Banking company held last week
Tuesday evening all the old directors
and officers were re elected as fol
lows Directors John A Flodlng I
F Mellincer O C Weikart S S
Groner L B Caldwell S E Stam
baugh F W Weldmayer Oscar Betz
J N Sltler L W Galbreath Presk
dent John A Flodlng vico presiaenr
S E Stambauch secretary F W
Wiedmayer treasurer I F
er cashier J u reaericic
Across the Columbiana county lino
In Carroll county is the beautiful and
prosperous lime yuiago oi aubublu
Here once lived a wealthy citizen
named Seth Ball who died recently
and In his will he set aside an amount
to erect a suitable monument for mm
self and wife The monument was
not to cost less ihan 1000 or was
not to exceed 1500 A H Myers
executor of the widow now asks the
court permission to cut the amount
for the monument to uuu ne bbib
forth in his petition the fact that tho
lot Is not large enough to permit the
erection of such an expensive
went and that 600 will be a suffi
cient amount to expend The other
400 or more may yet go for lawyers
fees and court charges as Mr Myers
Is not -executor for Mr Ball and con
sequently has no say In the will of
Seth Ball
Miss Sylvia Lightner better known
among the boyB as Sis Lightner
walked hero from Lisbon through the
rain Thursday night accompanied by
a male moose calling himself Charley
Harris They had been partners in
distress in the ILsbon Jail for sev
eral days and were released by May
or Hennesy on ondidon that they
sklaoo the town tnstanter After do
ing our thirst parlors and dancing
the whirl era with mouth organ accom
paniment they retired to the home of
their uncle where they stood
around the stove until they dried
their wardrobes and at 2 oclock a
in they started on foot towards Sa
lem but took a circular fox chase and
landed In Leetonla They were well
treated by Archie and returned here
the next evening but they got a cpol
reception and struck out towards Al
lianpe wearing the badge of 23 and
the salutation of Rous Mit em J
from our citizens Here is an ob
ject lesson on the subject pf Home
jMlssJons c
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Krvcf
8TART THS YEAR RIQHT
By assisting In extending the circu
lation anu usefulness of The Mahon
ing Dispatch A -word from you -will
nrobabiy Induce your neighbor to
enroll as a subscriber One dollar
pays for C2 papers
farms 100 a Year y
She
The J D Smith mine platform Is
stocked with coal awaiting good roads
to deliver the output to the rural dis
tricts and to the surrounding towns
The agricultural extension school
in Columbiana postponed on account
ot the scarlet fever scare 1b In ses
sion this week with good attendance
The administrator of Frank Doyle
of Leetonta was awarded a verdict
of 61606G by a Stark county Jury
Saturday for Doyles wrongful death
in Canton last year
Some large porkers aro reported
from tho rural route Adam Wenger
killed one last week which weighed
638 pounds and U D Cahln slaught
ered one that dressed 537 pounds
John Teacher of Salem John Oesch
Henry -aim and Al Richards of
North Georgetown who participated
in tbe battlo of Gettysburg fifty
years ago are preparing to visit the
battle field and rovivo former mem
ories
A L Taylor took one first prem
ium Harvey -Baker took two firsts
and Mont Weikart took wo firsts on
different varieties of fowls at tho Lee
tonla poultry and corn show last
week O 1 Moore got Becond on
popcorn
Soveral of our citizens were sum
moned before tho grand jury In Lis
bon Tuesday to testify as to what
they know concerning a charge of ar
son preferred ngalnst tho owner of a
house in the southern part of town
which took fire in tho evening a few
weeks ago
The Bcarlet fever ban in Lisbon
has been lifted opening the schools
churcheB picture shows and the post
office lobby The lobby Bhould havo
been perpetually quarantined and not
to exceed six members of the same
family allowed within at ono time
with their tee-he-he hah-hah-hah
Samuel Neigh an aged and highly
respected citizen of Leetonla died
at 10 oclock Saturday night aged
93 years Funeral services were
conducted from tho homo of his
daughter Mrs A M Chandler at
130 Tuesday afternoon by Rev Nix
on of the Methodist church Inter
ment in Oakdale cemetery
Saturday January 25 marks the
154th anniversary of the birth of Rob
ert Burns whoso poems have uplift
ed mankind everywhere Immortaliz
ed Auld Alloway Kirk and modified
tho theology of Scotland Many of
his countrymen and country women
reside in thiB locality and can sing
Should auld acquaintance be forgot
and never brought to mind Carna
tion day tho birthday ot Win Mc
Kinloy will bo celebrated next Wed
nesday
The Anti Saloon league headquart
ers are urging that religious and tem
perance Organizations throughout the
stato to support the Kenyon Interstate
liquor bill which Js to be voted upon
by tho United States Benato Febru
ary 10 -This-bill- prevents tho ship
ment of liquor Into dry territory
and our U S senators Theodore
Burton and Atleo Pomcrene will be
aBked to support the bill A meeting
along that lino will 3 hold in tho
local Lutheran church next Sunday
night As this bill does not affect
Washlngtonvllle everybody can af
ford to sign the petition when pre
sented to them
The graduating class of tho Wash
lngtonvllle high school will present
the drama Leonas Repentance or
Noel Corsons Oath Friday and Sat
urday evenlngsJanuary 31 and Feb-
ruary 1 In thdschool auditorium with
the following cast of characters
Leslie Harcourt Fred Culler
Noel Carson James King
Mike Sparrow John Smith
Jonathan Rowen Clarence Baker
Harry Westley Robs Davis
Ofllcers Joseph Stouffer and Mark
Kllngensmlth
Lcona Darrel Olive Bailey
Ora Falrmount Marie Weikart
Mrs Falrmount Rhea Gilbert
Without attempting to minimize the
Importance and the utility of auto
mobiles we fall to see the use In
making an exclusive show of them
as a mere exhibition of wealth As a
memento In honor of useful service
it would be moro In keeping with our
institutions which did service In the
constructon of the Ohio canal the
Erie canal the Panama canal and
other great waterways ot the world
besides the important part this little
one wheeled implement has played In
constructing the great railway sys
tems of this and other pountrles If
it Is an exhiblton of wealth wo want
let us hold a convention of such high
financiers as Claus Spreckles John D
Rockefeller Andrew Carnegie Xil
Hung Chang nd others and have
them photographed
EAST LEWISTOWN
Jan 22 J R Sauerweln last week
finished a wagon for Grant Calvin
Dan Fishel called here Saturday
Isaac Yoder purchased a new Ford
automobile last week
Mr and Mrs Joel Blosser and Mrs
Enos Detwiler were guests of Mrs
Barbara Blosser one day last week
Mrs Lydla Weaver and Mrs Theo
Bare of this place were the guests
at Mrs Enotf Detwllers Friday
Mr and Mrs C H Blosser last
Thursday moved to Columbiana where
they will make their home
John Renkenberger visited Howard
Lynn of New Buffalo Sunday
Chauncey Painter visited bis broth
er Fred at Confederate Corners Sun
day
Mrs C A Bare and son Emmet
were guestB of Mrs Theo Bare Sun
day
O h Blosser ot Columbiana called
on bis parents Mr and Mrs Henrj
Blosser Sunday afternoon
Mrs Irvln Cole and Mrs Lucy
Painter visited with the latters sis-
ter in North Lima last Thursday
George Engler vlBited his Ulster
Mrs Joseph Lesher a few days last
week and returned home to Salem
Saturday
Irvla Cole visited C A Bare gun
day
Mrs Lucy Painter was the guest of
Mrs Irvln Cole Sunday
The hall storm Saturday caused a
change in weather The mercury
dropped 10 degrees within a few
hours Monday was damp and balmy
but in the night came snow and cold
weather the mercury registering only
J 19 above zero Tuesday morning
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GREENFORD CALLA
Jan 23 At tho annual election of
nWpara nt lha TnfUftQ Atfl ffnnlnfv fit
tho Lutheran church held nt Mrs
J R Relchstadts Saturday afternoon
tho following officers were elected
President Mrs W D Roller vice
president Miss Lottio Zimmerman
secretary Mrs Carl Cochel treasur
er Mrs John Hlvely The annual re
port was read and showed that tho
society during the past year was very
Industrious
Tho Sundny Bchool convention that
was to have been held Jan 26 In the
Lutheran church was postponed until
Feb 2 on account of protracted meet
ings In tho Disciple church
Mrs Ira Weikart Mrs Fred Mattlx
Mrs John Hlvely Mrs V V Zimmer
man and daughter Pearl visited In
Youngstown Wednesday
Tho dance in K of P hall Saturday
evening waB well attended consider
ing tho bad roads There will be
another danco Fob 1
Mlssi Lena Hoffman visited Miss
Mabel Knopp of Clarksvllie Sunday
Ira Joseph and M D Weikart at
tended tho funeral of Dr J V Lewis
of Alliance last Sunday
Chester Pettit of Youngstown spent
Sunday hce with his parents Mr
and Mrs O C Pettit
Mrs B R Clark waB In Salom Sat
urday
Mahoning county Pomona grange
will meet In K of P hall Saturday
Jan 25 A largo attendance Is ex
pected
Mrs W D Roller and Miss Sadie
Schaffer were callers at Mrs V V
Zimmermans Tuesday afternoon
Mrs Georgo Cook and Mrs H L
Weikart of Canfleld visited hero
with their parents Mr and Mrs Dav
id Huffman Monday
The Greenford cornet band met for
practice Tuesday night
Tho series of revival meetings in
tne Disciple church conducted by Rev
J M Van Horn will continue over
Sunday Miss Vena Hendricks of
Canfleld sings solos at each meeting
There has been ono addition up to
this time Everybody invited
Miss Xena Hofraann spent Sunday
at W H Knopps in Clarksvllie
Miss Toressa Schafer Is visiting
relatives In Akron
Dr John V Lewis aged 77 years
died at his homo In Alliance last
Thursday morning after a long Ill
ness Ho was educated In Canfleld
and Salem schools and later become
a teacher In the Mahoning county
schools Here he began the study of
inino iviHi rr Andrew Weikart
After completing his course in the
Cincinnati medical school he returned
r nrnfnrii where lie formed a part-
fcln wlili nr Weikart In 1871
he located at Alliance where he soon
became recognized as a -very success
ful physician and surgeon Ten years
t miirnii frnm nntlve nractlcc
He was ono of tho most Influential
democrats In Stark county ana in
1883 was elected senator of his dis
trict Ho is survived by his wife
Funeral services were held from the
home Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock
Interment was made In the Alliance
cemetery
MILTON
Jan 22 Robert OrmBby Is on the
sick list having been obliged to dis
miss school for a week
Mrs Irene Eckis spent several days
this weok with Alliance frlendB
Mrs Helen Rose Mrs Mllllcent
Creed and daughter Carol called
Thursday on Mrs Nellie Creed who
is slowly recovering from a severe at
tack of bronchitis
Miss Inez Detchon was in Youngs
town Wednesday
Abram Forney was In Milton Fri
day
Mr and Airs Frank Eckis and
daughter Helen spent Saturday eve
ning at the home of Mr and Mrs
Robert Moherman
Misses Bertha and Mary Reed and
George Reed were in Youngstown
Thursday
James Miller ot Phalanx formerly
of this place died last Saturday In
terment was made Tuesday in the
Eckis cemetery
obert Orr spent several days this
week In Alliance
Miss HeBter Craig and cnaries
Craig are on the sick list
Mr and Mrs Frank Porter of
Youngstown spent several days this
week at the homo of the forme s
father
DAMASCUS
Jan 22 George B Klnsey who re
cently sold his farm in Goshen town
ship has purchased what is known as
the Edwin Fogg property in Damas
cus and wllLmove to this with his
family April 1
Lawrence Heestand sold his proper
ty pn Depot street to James Clemson
who gets possession April 1
George Cobbs celebrated his 80th
birthday Thursday A few invited
guests were present to oirer congrat
ulations and enjoy the day with Mr
and Mrs Cobbu
Mary Freeman is in Spencer Iowa
attending the Matilda Atkinson
schools
Tho members of Damascus I O O
F attended tbe Salem lodge in a
body Thursday evening
H H Israel pn Wednesday opened
a meat market in connection with bis
general store
There is considerable demand for
property both in the line of farm land
and town property at present
Advertise n fh Despatch
Jan 22 A bo social will he held
In the home of T L Knauf Saturday
evening Jan 25 Tho ladles will
bring a box with lunch for two Ev
eryone invited
There will bo preaching In the
church here next Sunday morning
and evening by the pastor Rev C
M Hartman
Herbert Delfs and family of Can
field were over Sunday visitors nt
M B Templlns
Jas Slaglo is employed In Youngs
town
Mrs T L Knauf and Miss Ger
trude and Hubert Knauf were in
Youngstown Saturday
Miss Veda Cook f Greenford Is
working for the Templln Seed Co
Frank Rogers and M B Templln
each received a car of coal last week
Lester Cook has gono to Salem
where ho secured employment
Miss Lizzie Osborne Lafayette Mil
ler H D Miller Craig Slagle and
Roy Mctzlcr were in Canfleld Satur
day
Mr and Mrs Fred Gee of Canfleld
visited at Lafayette Millers Sunday
and Monday
Lester Cook and family entertained
relatives from Maple Grove last Sun
day
Mrs Harry Balrd of Toots Corners
visited Mrs Frank Rogers Saturday
J J Hendricks of Marquis went to
Alliance Saturday
Mr and Mrs Archlo Slaglo wero
In Youngstown Saturday
Mrs Lester Cook and children aro
visiting in tho homo of John Cook
and family at Maple Grove
Ed Warner of Lisbon was in Calla
Tuesday Mr Warner visits tho
Templln greenhouses several times a
week and buys lcttuco for the Lisbon
market
John Paulln was in Canfleld Tues
day
J J Hendricks on Monday shipped
by oxpreeH from Canfleld three pon
ies to a party in Indiana and from
there they will bo sent to England
MIsb Ruble Knauf went to Youngs
town Tuesday evening to visit friends
a few days mv
Mrs I Houts and Mrs Will Houts
aro working for- the Templln Seed
Co
C W Hendricks was an out of town
visitor over Sunday
William Burkholder of Confederate
Corners was hero Monday
Coy Bros received a car of corn
last week
Mrs C W Hendricks visited her
sister Mrs W D Coy In Youngs
town several days and returned home
Monday night
HICKORY
Jan 22 Tho first thunder and ball
storm In 1913 came Saturday and It
was the real thing
Mrs Frank Williams and daughter
Alleen of Apple Avenue spent Wed
nesday with Mrs John Gordon
Miss Cclestla Goodman of Salem
visited Mrs Freeman Hlvely last
week
Wm Keets and wlfo spent Thurs
day in Salem with their son Ell and
wlfo
Mr and Mrs Harvey McDonald
spent Sunday with S A Durr and
wife in Calla
Freeman Hlvely and Bon Roy had
business in Salem Thursday
Frank Vickers had a telephone
plnced In his residence last week
John Gordon delivered a fine bunch
Of dressed hogs to Salem butchers
Thursday
The new officers ot tho Goshen
grange were Installed Friday night
by w A Whlnnery
Miss Ethel and Master Jack Me
Felley have the measles
George Brown was In Salem Mon
day
Harvey McDonald and wife visited
nt Warren Hoyles in Berlin Center
Friday
The roads being bad did not keep
people away from church Sunday
there being a good turn out There Is
preaching every two weeks by Ray
M G Jerrow of Ellsworth
Mrs Thomas Weaver Is recovering
from an attack of grippe
Mr and Mrs Bert Durr of Berlin
Center were here with old friends
since their return from Chicago where
Mr Durr took a course In the Jones
School of Auctioneering He is now
ready to cry public sales
PROSPECT HILL
Jan 22 Mrs Mary Kenrelch of
Ravenna returned home Friday after
spending several days with her par
ents Mr and Airs H P Stallsmith
Mr Stallsmlths condition Is not much
improved
Homer Davis of Michigan called on
Charles Stallsmlths Saturday
Several In this vicinity have chicken-pox
B J Spencer and son Melvinwere
In Salem Monday
Mrs Collins Taylor and little
daughter Sadie returned home Sun
day from Akron
Misses Edith and Mabel Foulk ate
dinner Saturday -with Mr and Mrs
James Cllne ot Berlin Center
A number of young folks from here
attended the play entitled Dust of
the Earth given in Ellsworth Satur
day night
A K Kronlck was in Salem Thurs
day
Warren Miuer who recently return
ed from Montana visited friends in
this vicinity Sunday
School 1 progressing nicely with
Mies Flossie J Boyer as teacher
JSfe f vsWlf wwl i
in Independent Family Journal Devoted to the Interests of All Glasses and Nationalities
OANPIELD MAHONING COUNTY O FRIDAY JANUARY 24 1913
ELLSWORTH
Jah 22 The Germany Dramatic
club gave their play Dust of the
Earth In town hall last Saturday
night a very large crowd attending
Tho Epworth Lc 5ue met s5tm lay
night at tho homo of W L Ripley
James Harding Is on the sick list
suffering from grippe
Mr Rogers of Rosemont visited
our school Friday afternoon
Mr and Mrs F E Hammond of
Mahonlngtown Pa visited their homo
Saturday and Sunday
The Ellsworth grange met Monday1
night There was a large attendance
A pie social will be held at the
homo of Arthur Barlnger Feb 6 Ev
erybody Invited
Preaching In tho Methodist church
next Sunday morning and evening
Miss Mary Emma Pauline Trefflng
er was In Youngstown Saturday
Philip Lenhart Is working In War
ren
Mr Bardo who did blacksmith
work In J C Gordons shop has left
town
Harry Brown tried to Improve the
road Saturday but his efforts were
vain
John Loughlln Jr fell from Fen-
stcrmnkers pony whllo driving cat i
tie but was not seriously hurt the
mud being deep where he landed I
Mrs F E Hammond has been on
the sick list but Is Improving
J C Bunts is doing a big business
since Andersons store burned
Mr and Mrs Emory Cutting of
Smiths Corners were at his home
here Sunday i
G W Anderson Is preparing to
build an addition to his barn
W L Ripley Is recovering from
an illness of two months
Tho Ladles Aid Society met at the
home of Mrs Arthur Barlnger Jan
15 when much work was accomplish
ed i
Jan 22 Mrs Frank Hull was in
Canfleld Monday morning
Mrs Francis Allen was in Youngs
town last Wednesday
Mr and Mrs Frank Young were In
Canfleld Friday afternoon i
A social will be held at tho homo
of Wmf Schafer Friday evening i
No meeting of the Character Club
was held last Friday evening on ac
count of tho Illness of Jas Harding
F C Allen was In Youngstown
Monday
Mr and Mrs Forrest Hnmmond of
Mahonlngtown returned home Sunday
after a visit here with Mr and Mrs
Edward Hammond and F L Ander
son I
J W Ressler was In Youngstown
Monday
Miss Ina Young rf Canfleld spent
Saturday and Sunday at her homo
here I
There will bo preaching In the M
E Church next Sunday morning and
evening - --
Geo Anderson and Warren Miner
were In North Jackson Monday
The play given In town hall Satur
day was well attended
NORTH JACKSON
Jan 22 John Moherman entertain
ed relatives from Indiana over Sun
day
Mrs Iva Wehr and children of
Youngstown visited here Friday
Mrs Ward Snyder Is spending some
time with her mother In Canton who
Is Blck
Arthur Williams little girl had the
measles last week
Florence Rogers from Nlles visited
Jennie Price Sunday
Mr and Mrs Monroe Kllngemnn
from Bosemont was here Alonday
Several parties from Youngstown
canvassed tho village Monday In tho
interest of a county directory
Paul Moherman visited in Nlles
several days this week
Born to Mr and Mrs Charles
James a daughter Friday
John Osborn who has been Blck
for some time is slowly gaining
A party was held at the home of
B Golst Wednesday
Blaine Shrader Is taking treatment
for rheumatism In the Youngstown
City hospital
KNAUFVILLE
Jan 22 Nicholas Knauf was In
Fostervillo Monday
Sunday visitors at Herbert Knaufs
were Roy Blott of pple Avenue and
Frank Miller
Mr and Mrs Frank Knauf called
on Frank Wlnans Sunday Mr Win
ans haB been quite sick
Philip Lenhart Is employed In War
ren
Freeman Balrd and Mr and Mrs J
H Lower called at Nicholas Knaufs
Sunday
Vernon Clay of near Canfleld call
ed on Herbert Knauf Saturday
Telephones havo been placed in the
residences of John Unger Emmet Jus
tice Herbert Knauf and Monroe Hull
The play The DiiBt of the Earth
was given Wednesday evening Jan
15 in the school house here and in
the town hall at Ellsworth Saturday
evening with good sized crowds both
evenings It will be presented at the
Ridge school house Friday evening
Admission 10 and 15c
RACCOON STREET
Jan 22 Mr and Mrs Wm Rup
right and daughter Vera were Sunday
guests at Martin Corils
L Kroeck of Austlntown was in
this neighborhood Monday
The sick in this locality are im
proving
Clarence McKnlght of Youngstown
visited Mr and Mrs J O McKnlght
Sunday
B J Matthews is busy hauling coal
Wm Mors Is keeping bachelors
hall again j
C P F Larkins Is working for H
Young in his sawmill
Mr and Mrs Heber Donaldson are
the proud parents of -a little baby
boy
Miss May Corll was in the city one
night this week
Mrs Wm Hoffman of Youngstown
was a Sunday caller at Martin Goeb
rings
Martin Corll was in Austlntown to
day
P M Herold
YOUNGSTOWN
PARAGRAPHS
Weeks Doings Recorded by a Corres
pondent Who Knows How to Put
On the Frills
Jan 23 The city charter commis
sion campaign is growing more com
plicated sb well as caustic In other
words as some say Hades Is to pay
Of course the most potent leader so
far Is the Chamber ot Commerce
whose choice are the candidates on
what is known as the Convention
ticket That is excellent so far as
personality efficiency integrity and
popularity go but It Is objected It Is
too one sided in a political sense be
ing lnrgcly republican
The local llquormen like some of
their brethren out In the Mahoning
rural districts are considerably exer
cised by reason ot the fact that 200
saloons will bo put out of commission
by the new law providing that there
shall be but one saloon for each 500
inhabitants Of course the prominent
big dealers many In tho business
legnlly and respectfully for years will
not be touched Few or no bars in
hotels will be disturbed but It is 100 to
1 a lot of places conducted by for
eign gentlemen will get It swiftly
and surely In the nect The extreme
east and the extreme west ends are
sure to suffer and there Is likely to
be some walling In Commerce street
But It is going to be A delicate task
to do the job with proper discrimina
tion and justice for out of the entire
436 whos qualified to say the 210 de
nied are not generally as deserving
as somo of tho 226 who get permits
or licenses to remain
If plans now outlined are pushed
to full fruition this city county and
valley will have what In fact will be
a relic or historic museum And that
is ob It should be In a meeting of
the Mahoning Valley Historical So
ciety It was Btated by its president
J G Butler Jr that a home Is to
be secured for tho safer keeping of
the societys relics data and so on
and that a continuation of history
which now ends at 1876 Is to be
written tho society having authorized
tho employment of an historlnn to
collect Information and put It In prop
er form Tho relics etc aro now
kept in a room in the Reuben Mc
Millan Public Library In the last
meeting these directors and officers
wero chosen Dr Ida Clarke Rev
J P Barry J G Butler Jr Wells
L Griswold E Miller Hugh A
Manchester James A Campbell John
C Wick Mary L Morse Anna L
Morse and Mary S Logan J G
Butler Jr president Wells L Gris
wold vice president Anna L Morse
corresponding secretary Mary S
Logan recording secretary Robert
Beutley treasurer Henry Rt Bald
win librarian Somo time ago per
haps when the society wub organized
M Jowett MeGown waB elected the
official historian but It would seem
from the recent action he is no long
er tho Macaulay or Gufrot probably
for the reason his time Is fully taken
up with the discharge of the duties
attached to Ills office of secretary ot
the Chamber of Commerce There is
no sort of doubt as to his historian
qualifications His acquaintance Is
extensive his information large his
access to services and authorities
easy aud his literary stylo clear
graceful and graphic
There Is apprehension on account
of the condition of Hon George F
Arrel who is confined to his home
with illness He Is one of the oldest
ablest and best known members of
tho Mahoning county bar and has
been vnriously honored by the people
who never reposed confidence In a
man moro worthy capable clean and
honest He was also a personal
friend of the late President McKlnley
and was offered by him and refused
a position of national prominence He
has been city solicitor and was com
mon pleas judge and been conspicu
ous in the best life of tho city for
nearly u not fully half a century
He Is one of the few lawyers remain
ing ever since the county seat re
moval
Many In this city nnd especially
J G Butler jr are deeply Interested
In the meeting In Poland M E
Church next Sunday morning to start
a movement to raise funds for tho
Nlles McKlnley memorial of which
Mr Butler Is one of the most ener
getic projectors Among the disting
uished speakers next Sunday will be
Rev Dr John Wesley Hill of New
York Hon James E Watson of Indi
ana and Mr Butler
Arrangements have all been made
and the contract let for the construc
tion of an electric trolley line from
this city to Poland tho local terminal
to be at the Public Sguare the line
being pushed by the Realty Security
Co whoso president is Judge George
E Rose and which has a tract ot
about 1200 acres between here and
Poland which the lino cannot fall to
rapidly develop as the lots and
houses will be supplied with all mod
ern conveniences such as gas elec
tric light sewage disposal water
etc This line will no doubt do for
Poland for what a similar line would
do for Canfleld
curley Blount a favorite with
Youngstown base ball fans has been
signed by Paul Powers owner of the
Steelmen as manager ot the team the
coming season Blount will occupy
a place in the middle garden and
hopes to line up a pennant winning
team
A good many are guessing what
price the old court house will bring
when it Is sold next month It will
be a long one that is certain
oorae pf tho old frame shacks on
Federal street chow that while the
city has had great growth in recent
years it still has back number busi
ness places from outside view at
any rate
If possible to do it Mayor Fred
Hartensteln will bo jmade a one term
official by his opponents
New sky Bcraper hotel Ohio will
be completed by Bprjnjj and then the
city will havo a tavern that citizens
can point tp with pride And the
time will come and before many
years when a big hotel will ocqxipy
the site ot tbe Tod house
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NO ii
A killing or murder or two here
lately the last being the assassina
tion of Michael Perna as he slept as
cowardly killing as one can Imagine
Ho was a well known Italian brick
layer an1 was shot to death twlco ln
the head and Instantly kllleij In hia
bed at tho home of Mr and Mrs
Peter Dominic Brier Hill last Satur
day morning He had boarded many
j ears in tho home of his murderer
who has confessed he did tho killing
Jealousy was the Incentive
Quito some kicking here In somo
sections that there seems a determi
nation to put shelter stations in tho
Diamond Which is city property and
on which you are not allowed to walk
on the grass oven the shelter sta
tions to be for tho benefit of rich
corporations that could but wont buy
or rent property for the comfort they
have in contemplation There Is talk
In some quarters of Injunctions In
case the work Is actually begun for
It is held the Diamond belongs to all
the people and canont be farmed out
for the special benefit of a corporate
few especially when the shanties Will
moie destroy the little remaining
beauty of the old Public Square
A Columbus special of the 16th
says The Poland Street Railway
company of Youngstown wns today
Incorporated with a capital stock of
uOud the Incorporation for the se
curing the construction of tho trolley
line the building of which by tho
Realty Security company from Poland
avenuo to the village of that name
has already been announced This
line and the Ruhlman line will bo
great boons and booms doing a vast
deal to give us a Greater Youngs
town And then should they build
the Ship Canal which seems to lmvo
died a quiet death Youngstown would
begin to dream or moro than dream
of coming up to Cleveland or Pitts
burgh
The boys of the bar are much
amused on account of tbe sultagalnbt
ex Judge A B Calvin ex County Cleric
John H Mlddleton and the Toledo
Brief and Record Co tho suit brought
by Attorney S L Clark last Friday
He says the defendants owe him cer
tain cash sums and arottrylng to beat
or defraud him out of them Heres
what Mr Calvin and Mr Middleton
respectively said In interviews Judgo
Calvln I think a mistake was made
when Attorney S L Clark was allow
ed to resume tho practice of law Olf
course I deny each and every allega
tion in Clarks poltlon Clark told
mo several dayB ago that ho was en
titled to 100 fees from the Toledo
Brief nd Record company I wroto
that concern regarding Clarks claim
but have not yet received an answer
John H Mlddleton Such action Is
entirely to be expected from Attorney
Clark I havo absolutely no connec
tion with the case Clarks charges
are entirely foreign to mo As far as
I know Clarks claims wero paid In
full I never received any option on
securities In tho Gordon Cook case
And there you arel Great You bet
Hot stuir
Building operations arc going right
along in tho city Just the same as
though winter is not at Its crest But
when spring arrives there will be a
regular building boom Thousands of
people are coming to town and they
must have places to roost
PATMOS
Jan 22 Mr and Mrs Wesley
Templln of Wyoming are visiting at
the homo of her sister Cora French
Tho funeral of Wesley Ovlngton
last Saturday was largely attended oh
ho had many frlendB
Fred and Addlo Welnagrt spent
Saturday evening at Lrnest Rileys
Mary Zimmerman visited Sunday
afternoon with her friend Ruby
Weaver
Revival meetings closed Thursday
night owing to tho condlton of tho
roads and bad weather
Will Venable Is Improving nicely
The stitches necessary to close tho
wound wero taken out today
Mr and Mrs Clyde Owen and chil
dren wero Sunday visitors at Ralph
Bowmana
Dr Emery Leyman is in a critical
condlton Pearson Ware is caring
for him
Jacob Warren is suffering with
rheumatism
Mr and Mrs William Taylor are
again at their homo here Airs Tay
lor has sufficiently recovered her
health as to be able to attend to her
household duties
Charles King Is stnylng with his
parents here whose condition renans
unchanged
Ida Taylor returned home Monday
from Canton whore she spent a few
days visiting her father James Ben
nett who is ill with cancer
Joe Marls and Ernest Riley with
their families spent Sunday at Syl
vester Armstrongs
Little Agnes Balrd Is slowly im
proving
homer Greenamyre and family
spent Sunday at B I Greenamyres
Mrs Laura Fogg and A K Osborn
of Canfleld were here Sunday to seer
Dr Leyman
APPLE AVENUE
Jan 22 E E Hull and force of
carpenters of Canfleld completed their
work Saturday on Harvey Goodmans
new house
A C Mead visited relatives In Al
liance Saturday
Ethel and Jackson McFeely are en-
tertaining the measles
Roy Blott spent Sunday afternoon
at Herbert Knaufs in Knaufville
Miss Lottie Zimmerman returned
home to Greenford Saturday after
several days visit with Mrs R M
Justice
Charles Balrd recently had a tele
phone placed In his residence
Frank Hiner is working for B F
Campbell
Dllworth Greenawalt of Greenford
spent last Wednesday at B iL Jus
tices
Mrs Harry Balrd vjsited at W 8
uaira a csuuaay aiiernoon
Bobert Lelpper pf New AlbMjwgEA 3
on we Avenue aaturaay W ki
The wayja woman grows more
beautiful is to be in a favorite photo-
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