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VOL XJXVI I
WASHiNGTONVILLE
LOCAL GLEANINGS
By Peter M Herold
Tell me not Irt box car numbers
What thy gas bill Is today
And my shop rent never slumbers
While I am away
Lives of great men all remind us
That we all mUst be the same
If our storeblll goes the limit
Wo are not the ones to blame
Let us then be up and doing
Everybody that we can
Do before you all are bankrupt
Is the rule of many a man
With -apologies to Thos Hood
Mrs Henry Getz Is seriously 111 with
bowel trouble
Elmer Johnson and wife of Leoton
ia were here with rolatlves Sunday
afternoon
Elmer Warner haB opened his sug
ar camp west of own and has a good
flow of sap
Albert Graham and wife nee Mar
guerite DeJane of Cleveland spent
Sunday here with her parents
The school boys call their janitor
Abe Lincoln because they think he
resembles the great Emancipator
William Dalrymplo and his daugh
ters Lillian and Ella were In Lisbon
Saturday having dental work done
Tho Dynamo club 13 said to have
realized 12 from their box social Sat
urday night There was a dance aft
er tho social
Prank Burnowsky Abel Tourdot
and his sister Mrs Edna DurnowBky
with her husband of Canton spent
Sunday at tho homo of Jos Tourdot
and wife
The school house flag was burned
when the school bulldlug was destroy
ed on the night of August 2 1911
and the new school building has not
yet been furnished with a new copy
of old glory as the Jaws 01 unio di
rect V
The Buckeye Engine company at
Salem is busily engaged turning out
material for -the Panama canal The
bearing Ibascs support tho shafts
which swing tho big gates and the
gears transmit the power A number
of the castings weigh from 16 to 25
tons
D D Glbbs aged about 75 years
and very hard of hearing was struck
by tho late 12 oclock car at LlBbon
last Friday and inptautly killed The
body was badly mangled the nock
being broken the haad and face bad
ly cut one leg broken and the right
foot entirely severed
By tho dlschargo of Prof A B
Johnson aB prlnolpal of tho Hanover
township high school for lnsunordina
tlon and Inefficiency placing extra
labors unon Miss Myrtle Holland she
resigned leaving tho -school -without
theBO teachers and no applicants for
the places Miss Hollands home Ja
At Millvllle and she has tho reputa
tion of being a good teacher
If wo cant have coal mines nor a
pottery why not try a brick plant
Tho Carrollton brick works a compar
atively small affair shipped 9200000
brick during the year 1912 The av
erage output being about 30000 per
day Some were shipped to Montreal
Canada and one shipment of 1000
pOO to Detroit The matter of good
roads and better buildings will do
mand more brick plants
Tho old Pearch water mill at Sher
odBVllle becamo undermined by recent
floods and fell Into Connoton creek
last week Thursday night The large
structure Is older than the oldest
living person In that vicinity and Is
nearly 100 years older than the vil
lage of Shorodsyllle When a lad in
by baro feet I fished along this creek
and ate my lunch in tho old mill bo
fore SherodsvlJle was on the map
A young man by the name of O
Owlght Cutler of Swattelle Califor
nia has Invented a process by which
gasoline will coBt less than two crihts
per gallon The nature of invention
is not known Mr Cutler spent his
boyhood days in Lisbon Ohio at the
home of Casper Peasllne on North
Market street and graduated from
tho high school in that city Ho lat
er went west and this- is tho initial
word received from him since his de
parture
Town hall Is being renovated by
the Luxieuer brothers for practical
purposes A new hardwood floor Is
belug laid on top of the old oak floor
for dancing and social purposes and
a large stage Is being erected at the
east end for show purposes New
sills are on the ground ready to be
placed In position and in order to
complete the Job a bell should bet
placed on top for council and other
meetings When completed It will
answer for all public purpose of the
village
Teachers of the Washlngtonvllle
schools have been Invited to attend
the Four county Teachers convention
to be held at Niles on Friday and
Saturday March 21 and 22 The lead
lng speaker will bo Br George D
J3trayer of the Department of Educa
tion in Teachers College New York
City President John E McGllvery
of the Kent Normal school will speak
on Saturday afternoon Principals
Charles B Dyke of Youngstown and
L M Newcomer of East Palestine
will also speak on timely topics
The Lutheran church was crowded
with an appreciative audience of men
and women Sunday night to hear an
address from the Anti saloon point of
view The regular choir was rein
forced by the Methodist choir who
jolnuy rendered two good anthems
and other music Rev John A
Wright of Columbus who was an
nounced to address the meeting find
lng that ho could not be here sent
Rev w L Eldrldge of Cincinnati
who reached In Franklin Sauare in
the fprenopn In Harts church In the
afternoon and here at night He said
be bad filled the Presbyterian pulpit
In Leetonla about 14 years ago and
was to some extent acquainted with
the people whom he had addressed
that day He is dynamic speaker
using frequent gestures and Is a rath
er good talker The usual cards and
pencils werp distributed through the
audience ind then oollectod when
filled He dumped the collection Into
his satchel and hastened to get a Y
0 car for Canton leavir g Rev
Gross to close the meeting
It snows cries the school boys
this morning
Carloads of IokS are being taken
through here to Warren and Cleve
land from West Point
Indications aro that there Will be
somo Interesting initiatory work
among tbe Pythian sisters soon
The ministers or this village nave
been invited to open chapel exercises
in our school each morning
Members of a new coal company
were here Tuesday looking through
tho holdings of the Peerless coal mine
Elmer Warner wife and grandson
spent Sunday at the homo of their
sort Frank Warner and wife In Can
ton -
MIsb Victoria Paslch yhb is em
ployed as a domestic in Salem was
home with her parents Sunday after
noon
Mrs Chas Stouifer and Miss Grace
Welkart got tho prizes at the meet
ing of tho Smart Set Wednesday
night
Mrs Laura Grim and son Clydo
were in Canfleld Wednesday calling
Upon her afflicted sister Mrs Isaiah
Hileman
George Phillips wlfo and three chil
dren of Youngstown aro visiting at
tho homo of her parents Emll Gucho
mand and wife
Uev Earl Lea and wife will bo at
Franklin Square the coming Week as
the pastor Is in tho midst of his re
vival meetings there
Will Gilbert and wife of Columbi
ana spent Sunday here with tho fam
ily of John Gilbert and John and his
wlfo spent Monday in Youngstown
The flrBt drama or entertainment
in our new school building will bo
pulled off for tho benefit of tho high
school Friday and Saturday nights
Mrs Percy Tetlow accompanied
her husband to Columbus on Monday
and will also visit relatives in New
Straitsville before returning home
The 14Cth session of the Green
township S S Union will be held in
tho Lutheran church at Grecnford
next Sunday afternoon and evening
XTho heaters in tho Bchool building
are of tho Bartlett pattern and did
not heat uniformly last week so that
jur i isnor oi uieveiana came ana
regulated matters V
Architect A Cameron of Salom
who architected our new school build
lng Is now preparing plans for ex
tensivo remodeling of the Lutheran
church at Columbiana
Fire destroyed 11 head of cattle
3 horses and seasons crops with all
Iclnds of farm machinery on Wesley
Crumbaughs farm near West Point
last Saturday Loss 3600
Warren T Roller a former black
smith of this village but at present
located at Columbiana has been ap
pointed a deputy sheriff by tho newly
elected sheriff Sam Crawford and
was confirmed by Judge Mooro on
Among tho train crew Injured at
Youngstown on Monday by a run
ning switch was Chas R Taylor
formerly of this village He sprained
his back when jumping to escape In
Jury and with tho others was taken
to tho hospital
Mrs Lydla McGatllck has sued tho
West Point Coal Coke Co for 16
000 for the death of her husband
Nov 26 three weeks after ho had
been Injured by a fall of slate She
is left a widow with six children all
under legal age
Congressman John J Whltaero of
this district Is opposed to ono cent
postage until he sees how the parcel
post system works He declares that
the postolllce department already has
a deficit and will be still deeper in
the hole If one cent postage is adopt
ed
At a meeting of the Lutheran con
gregation of this place Sunday fore
noon tho following officers were elect
ed to serve the ensuing year Elder
W E Roller deacon A L Taylor
trustee James King organist Miss
hhea Gilbert chorister Miss Grace
Welkart
Joseph Cox jr has moved his fam
ily to Bellalre where ho operates a
machine In a coal mine His father
will also go there as a roadman The
mine is located across the rver in
West Virginia and the workmen aro
conveyed to and from their work free
These river mines are organized and
belong to Ohio unions
There is talk of Grafton furnace
at Leetonla being started as a steel
plant after several years idleness as
an Iron furnace because tho Iron ore
had to be bought from tho trust PJg
iron pan be bought anywhere and
converted Into steel by a now process
Should this talk materialize into a
reality It will be a great help to this
village as well as to our twin village
to the south
On September 11th laBt Will W Wil
liams boarded a at Columbiana
bluHMKU car U WUUUMUUU on
A few from here attended the Mutt
and Jeff show ih Salem Tuesday
night
Noel Corsons Oath in school aud
itorium Friday and Saturday nights
15 and 20 cents
Br C W Cowan went to East Liv
erpool this morning for a few weeks
call among customers
Thomas L Knauf has been appoint
ed postmaster at Calla by President
Taft The senate has to act next
H H Calvin and wife visited Aaron
Calvin at Sharpsvillo on Monday
Aaron is under treatment for a seep
age of tho heart
The regular mid winter semester in
uur high School is in progress this
Week and as consequence Prof Gray
Is a busy man
Mrs Susan Lehman accompanied
by her son Henry and Mrs D U Leh
man went to Wadsworth on Wednes
day to attend the funeral of her sis
ter Miss Amelia Rohrer aged 88
years
Squire Andy Cochel of Green town
ship was in town Saturday evening
and still thinks he is troubled with
sugar dlabetis but I told him that ho
was mistaken and that he couldnt be
killed with an axo
John Kendig living north of town
still suffers from the dislocated
shoulder received by being thrown
from his carriage in Leetonia last
summer He is being treated by Dr
O A Rhodes
Edward Herrmann 35 of Washing
tonville and Mildred Ethel Fosnacht
20 of Canfleld were In Youngstown
on Wednesday and secured the nec
essary papers to marry and the knot
was tied by Rev J C Schaaf of Can
fleld the same day
Carnation day was observed in our
schools on Wednesday MIbs Wilsons
room being tho only no having the
real genulnn slmon pure carnations In
addition to the blackboard exercises
Dont mistake the narao for that of
Carrio Nation
Rev L W Gross officiated at tho
funeral of David Worman a member
of the Berger Lutheran church who
died of tdbcrculoBlB Monday morning
aged 41 yaers and waB burled In
Oakdale cemetery Leetonla Wednes
day forenoon amidst many gifts of
beautiful flowers At 1030 this
Thursday forenoon Rev Gross as
sisted tho Presbyterian pastor of Lis
bon at tho funeral of Mrs Mary Mas
on aged 94 years Interment at Mt
Zion church
Tho 10000 damage suit of Michael
Holland aged 19 against the Millvllle
coal company for personal injuries
has been settled tho company agree
ing to pay him 700 and all costs On
tho 6th of March last year Holland
was employed In the mine and was at
work In entry No 8 as a driver At
a point about 12 feet back from- the
face of tho coal in order to make the
roof more safe and secure he and his
brother John had placed a prop Soon
after this Fred and Wm Reese who
operated the mining machine remov
ed tho post and when through word
ing there they failed to replace It and
the consequence was that a large
portion of the roof fell Holland was
caught and his thigh was broken the
muscles and ligaments bruised and
his spine injured During his lay off
Holland learned telegraphing at this
station with A L Taylor and now
has a position in Pennsylvania
BLANCO
Jan 29 Mr and Mrs Charles Smith
visited their daughter Mrs Ralph
Bowman of Patmos Sunday
Laura Onstott who has been sick
for some time with lung trouble is
no better
Floyd Weasner visited Ensign Jones
Sunday
Mrs W F Renkenberger and Mrs
G W Swank spent Sunday at Harry
Kales
Hiram Helsel and wife spent Sun
day at Jacob Helsels
Elton Forco and wife spent Sunday
evening at John Porters
Ruth and Mary daughters of Harry
Kale who have been very sick with
pneumonia are much improved
Mrs Vera Thorp spent Friday In
Youngstown
Roy Renkenberger vlstled friends
in Berlin Center Sunday
Friends and neighbors to the num
ber of 36 gathered at Charles Smiths
last Thursday evening to remind Mrs
Smith of her 50th birthday Lunch
was served and a good time was had
by all Mrs Smith was presented
with a set of Silver spoons
Misses Zella Kale and Volla Eckls
were home from the Canfleld college
over Sunday
Mr Howdu the oil man from Can
fleld F L Loftus of Mantua and
Chas Porter of Youngstown were
m
v jr a iin f nQ f among ino manco cai ers Tuesday
going to Leetonla and he olalms that I Irs - CB caled onber par
when the car reached Conovers cross- and Mrs- James Weasner
lng the conductor In charge without a iwd5ys ag0
any cause forcibly ejected him He nUpr Emma Hesel caled Tuesday
also claims the at Kale B
that conductor assault 1
ed him He instituted suit for 1000
damages The case was settled out
of court qn Tuesday but the terms
or settlement were not given out
Pomona grange of Mahoning coun
ty in session at Greenford last Sat
urday struck tho nail squarely on tbe
head when they opposed the short
ballot and objected to the saloon li
cense commission The short ballot
means that most of the officers now
being elected shall be appointed thus
centralizing the government Xhe li
cense commission as proposed means
that three commissioners shall be np
pointed by the governor and they in
turn shall appoint throe In each coun
ty at an annual salary of 5000 each
or 15000 for each county And In
case that all tho 88 counties in Ohja
should return to the wet column
there would be an annual dralnace
on the taxpayers of the state of 1
1 320 000 which is plain and
i nieu wiibu miq oiujjiio nmy
could be added to the present board
1 of county commissioners or other of
ficers already elected by tho peorJe
j Among our forefathers complaints
against the British Kins as set forth
In the Declaration of Independence
was that He hto erected a multi-
tnde pf new offlclijand sent hither
swarms of officers to barass pur
Die mid eat out their Kuliptnrifin This
1 vama crrfUntr fmlicmn la holnt nK
j tempted in Coiuiuhun at tho present
Jtlmey But Rot without a klc
MAPLE GROVE
Jan 30--Mrs J O Cool and child
ren and Mrs Rachel Cool spent Sun
day wlth Mrs E I Roller
Miss Edna Felcht visited Miss
Gladys Sauerwein Sunday
Mrs John Feicht called on friends
here Sunday
Aaron Calvin Is having a porch
built on the south side of his house
i Nathan Craft was In Youngstown
Saturday
Mrs Harmon Lesher spent Monday
with her parents Mr and Mrs Cal
vin
Frank Crumbaker was tome from
Salem over Sunday
D S Calvin has a forceof men
cutting wood
Mesdames J A Felcht and B A
Hendricks were entertained at a quilt
ing Wednesday Dy jure wm Hen
dricks
Charles Dicklnon of Leetonla spent
Sunday here with friends and rela
tives
This moderate winter has been a
blessing to the poor but quite a loss
financially to the dry goods and cloth
ing dealers who have heavy- winter
stookB Maybe It will be still more of
blessing to the poor by placing the
price of clothing moVe within their
reapa Good comes out of aH things
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OORNERSBURG
Jan 29 Carl Ryder ahd lady friend
of Youngstown spent Sunday evening
in the home of G W Ryder
W A Osborne of Bdardnian was
a Sunday caller hero i
Ollle Fink had a valuable horse dlej
of lung fever one day last week
Miss It T Osborne spent Sunday
in tho home of O W Osborne of
Youngstown 1
Albert Smith and Mr Thomas of
Youngstown and Orlando Overhultzec
of Canfleld were Monday callers
There will bo services In the Luth
eran church Sunday at 2 oclock p in
William Mngulre aged CO years
died Monday morning in the home
of his daughter Mrs William Etlvers
near Rlblets Corners The funeral
was held Wednesday afternoon at
130 oclock with Rev Ellis of
Youngstown officiating from tho Ep
vorth MethodlBt church In Youngs
town Interment in Belmont ceme
tery
The entertainment gljpn In the M
E Church at Cornersburg by the Jol
ly Two on Jan 24 wns a great suc
cess Miss Hunt Is exceptionally fine
in character work and her remark
able control of volco and facial ex
pressions Is equaled by few C H
Wonsettler a local boy who is rapid
ly coming to front as an entertainer
kept the audience In a good humor by
his clever impersonations and witty
sayings
Tho remains of John Miller of Hub
bard were interred in the Union cem
etery Thursday forenoon Mr Miller
was a former south side resident
A neat sum was realized from the
entertainment given by the Jolly Two
at the Methodist church Friday even
Ing AH present enjoyed tho free
lunch given by tho ladles
Mr and Mrs EarUCoril entertained
at a Sunday dlnnerlFrank Corll and
son C C Corll ahd wife Millie
Barnes and son Noble v
Among our Sunday callers Were Al
va Hamman and daughter Naomi
Frea Wyllo and Dcraald Blackburn of
Youngstown
Whooping cough has jPiide Its ap
pearance In tho families of John and
Harry Smith
Mrs Amelia Shields spent Friday
in the homo of J D Shields of
Youngstown
G W Ryder wife and son William
spent Sunday afternoon in the home
of Guy Clupper of Youngstown
G W MIHIkin has moved to
Youngstown
Miss Bowser of Warren resigned
her poslton as teacher of the south
Bide school Friday of last week Miss
Helen Dickson of Canfleld will finish
tho term
Fred Ryder spent Sunday with GIr
ard friends
Grace and Edith Crura of Youngs
town spent Saturday afternoon In tho
homo of their aunt Mrs Earl Corll
There will be preaching by the pad
tor Rev Kratz in the Lutheran
church Sunday at 2 oclock p m
Literary exercise will be held in the
south sldo school house Friday even
ing
Roy Martin of Poland was a Mon
day caller
Miss Fankle of Glrard is spending
a few weeks with nor aunt Mrs Levi
Little
HICKORY
Jan 29 Miss Helen Doutt of
Youngstown spent Sunday here with
her parents
F H Williams and family Mrs
Rebepca Manchester and daughter
Hazel of Apple Avenue visited with
Thomas Weaver and wife Saturday
Harvey McDonald and wlfo visited
Damascus relatives Saturday
Clyde McFelley and Harry and Lola
Gordon are sick with measles
Mrs R M Justice left last Wed
needay for Crestline where she was
called by the sickness of her daugh
ter Mrs Harry Gjreenawalt
Dr O W Hulln of Greenford is
attending Lola Gordon who Is very
sick with measles and grip
Mr and Mrs Harvey McDonald vis
Ited at Ed Pretheroes at Goshen Cen
ter Sunday
Goshen grange was well represent
ed at the Pomona in Greenford last
Saturday
There will be preaching in the
Concord Presbyterian church by
Rev M G Jerrow next Sunday
afternoon at 130 standard time
PROSPECT HILL
Jan 29 Samuel Weingart called at
Wm Barnetta Sunday
Last week Wednesday iwhlle David
Sisco was working on the Mackey
mill temporarily situated in L B
Binghams woods a tree fell on him
and seriously injured him
M E Bowman and C C Bownian
were la Younsgtown Friday
Chas Sisco called at Wm Barnetts
one day last week
Howard Bardo and son Herbert are
ylsltlng Mr Bardos daughter Mrs
Jessie Stallsmlth
B E Woolf and family of Berlin
called at Chas Stallsmlths Sunday
Misses Mabel Ada and Rachel Dust
man accompanied by Mips Clara Boy
r called at Frank Waithraans Sun
day
Several from here attended literary
held in Berlin Center Weanesday
pight
Mys O C Bowman la spending sev
eral days with her daughter Mrs
James Harding Mr Harding has
typhoid fever
Wm parpett wag in Greenford
Tuesday
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ROSEHONT
Jan 2q Miss Mario Grose of this
place and Alton Williamson of Milton
township were united In marriage last
Tuesday They have the best wishes
of many friends
G W Powers wife and children
Mrs Frank Williams and ion Clifford
were in Youngstown Monday
EhOB Kline 1b in a critical condi
tion mt this writing
Mr Sloan of Shlppensvllle Pa had
business at O S Roses last Friday
Mrs Jesse Frock was in Youngs
town Monday
H B Rose Is among the sick
Mrs Gilbert Kimmel and son
Dwight were Youngstown visitors last
Saturday
Mrs Freeman Hollabaugh Is 111 with
grip
The hour of churoh services being
changed beginning next Sunday eve
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OANFIELD MAHONING COUNTY O FRIDAY JANCJAKY 31 1913
ning Epworth League will be held at
7 oclock Preaching at 720
Mr and Mrs Fred Shlsler were In
Austintown Monday
Mr and Mrs Ward ResBler spent
Saturday evening in Alliance
Milton township surely has one
non progressive as shown by the good
roa s vote there last Saturday 123
to 1 in favor or the 10000 bond Is
sue
Chas Webb and Mrs Lauren Webb
of Cleveland aro spending a few days
at the home of J M Arnold
Mr and Mrs Gerhold of Pennsyl
vania who purchased the J A Ebert
farm la Jackson are spending a few
days at John Rhodes
Mr and Mrs F K Eckonrode were
in Youngstown Saturday
Mrs Tullis of Salem spent several
days here last week with her daugh
ter Mrs Eben Stltlo
C A Rose wife and daughter Dor
othy vlsted at G E Osbornes In
Youngstown last Saturday
Miss Lois Yoxtheiraer was in
Youngstown Saturday
Adam Brobst and son Elmer of Can
fleld township were at Fred Klines
one day last week
Elgin Mlddleton has rented the J
W Eckls farm and will move thijr0
next spring
Mrs John Roth and daughter were
Niles visitors Saturday
Ward Ressler had business in
Youngstown Tuesday
Mrs Sarah Howard of Ellsworth
visited at H B Roses Sunday
WEST AUSTINTOWN
Jan 29 A chlckcn ple supper will
be served in the basement of thu
Evangelical church Saturday evening
Feb 1
Miss Ruby Russell of Warren and
lady friend spent Sunday with the
formers parents
Roy Bauman Will and Herbert De
Hoft have returned home
Miss Alma daughter of Mr and
Mrs J B Reel has about recovered
from a severe cold
Friends and neighbors to the num
ber of 75 Including children assemb
led at the home q Mr and Mrs Dav
id Schofner laBt week Wednesday eve
ning to remind him of his sixty eighth
birthday A fine lunch was served at
lf30 A sura of money and other
gifts were presented to Mine host
Those from a distance were Mr and
Mrs Harry Dick Tom Robinson and
Miss Florence Ripple of Youngstown
Harry Brown and Miss Helen Dona
hue of Ellsworth
Aubrey OConner and tho Sunday
school of the Evangelical church re
cently purchased pianos
Mr and Mrs G W DeHoff have
returned from a visit with their
daughter Mrs Florence in Berlin
Center
Mrs R ORourke and son Harold
visited Mrs Win Woodfleld in
Youngstown last Saturday
Mrs Sarah Lawrence recently vis
Ited Mr and Mrs EU Crum at Smiths
Corners
Wm Bauman and W Ohl attended
the funeral of Curtis Sharer and
daughter Effle In Canfleld Saturday
C Ohl of Austintown spent Sunday
with his parents Mr and Mrs Jacob
Ohl
Wm Bauman waB In Youngstown
Monday
EAST LEWISTOWN
Jan 29 rWarren Bare Is at home
for a few weeks on account of slack
Avorlc In Youngstown
John Shank was In Youngstown
Saturday
Mabel Burns is ill with grippe but
is better at this writing
Miss Katie Crumbacher visited
friends here over Sunday
Charles W Engler of Salem visited
friends hero Saturday and Sundayv
A A Reed purchased a horse In
Leetonia last week
Howard and Robert Lynn or New
Buffalo and Joha Renkenberger were
in Youngstown Saturday
H W Painter and family and Mr
and Mrs Eli Painter were guests at
vro Hetricks Sunday
Chauncey Painter and Clark Baer
visited at Sam Shutters Sunday
Mrs Maggie Crumbacher and
daughter Lucy of North Lima visited
Mrs Henry Blosser Sunday
J R Sauerwein and family were
out of town visitors Sunday
Mr and Mrs Lloyd Richard of
Calla were Sunday guests of Mr and
Airs Solomon Martin
Tho brick road between this placs
and North Lima were much appreci
ated Sunday afternoon by some
youngstown tourists out automobu
lng
Try Dispatch Job Printing
NEW BUFFALO
Jan 29 Wado Dlckison of Siiarps
ille Pa and Lewis Snyder of North
Lima spent Friday at Ld MUU s
Mrs Arthur Hixson and son Grant
and Mrs Margaret Kreuger mited at
Clayton Renkenborgers Friday
Mrs Mata Deltrlck wife of Clement
Deltrick died at her homo north of
hero last Sunday afternoon aged 18
years She had been sick about two
weeks with nasal diphtheria Be
sides tho husband she leaves to mourn
her loss her parents Mr and Mrs
Wilson Harrold ono sister Hazel and
one brother Ivan Funeral services
were held Tuesday afternoon conduct
ed by Rev I N Burger Interment
in Paradise Reformed church ceme
tery
Frank Clabaugh was In Boardman
Sunday
Laston Frederick was in Youngs
town Friday
Charles little son of Mr and Mrs
Richard Hanna is sick with pneumon
ia
Mr and Mrs Ray Smith vlstled the
formers parents Sunday
P R Messerly and family spent
Sunday lth Mrs Sarah Schnurren
berger in Greenford
E G loft and wife left last Friday
morning for Pittsburgh to spend a
week with relatives
Adolph Meeker spent Sunday at
Henry Hollabaughs at Marquis
Miss Lizzie Kreuger is assisting
Mrs Ray Miller of North Lima
Ed Hollabaugh of Canfleld town
ship was hero last Thursday
Miss Bertha Thoman visited in
Youngstown and Warren over Sun
day
Among the visitors at Freeman Rup
rights Sunday were Carl Clay wife
and daughter Ethel of Gettysburg
Curt Swank wlfo and two sons Hen
ry Swank and wlfo Retta Forber
Lena Kreuger Minnie Kellner Mrs
Richard Gaughln and two children of
Marquis Mrs Adolph Meeker and
Frank Kellner
Miss Mary Swank visited with Mrs
Richard Gaughln Saturday
WIss Minnio Kellner returned to
Youngstown Sunday to resume her
work after a vacation of several
months
MILTON
Jan 29 Tho good roads bond is
sue election held Saturday was car
ried with only one opposing vote cast
The identity of this non progressive
is undecided as he is exercising more
discretion now than he did judgment
before election and Is therefore main
taining a wise Bilence However
after tho road Is built he will no
doubt remain true to his principles
and refuse to drive upon it His
Identity can v then be determined As
we did not have womans BUffrago at
this election this is ono thing at least
that cant be married on tho ladles
Wallace Eckls of Youngstown spent
Wednesday at the homo of S C Rose
Tho Ladles Aid Society of Orrs
Corners Church met at tho homo of
Mrs Elslo Shrader Thursday In
spite of bad roads thcro was a fair
attendance thirty five being present
Mrs Blanche KHngeman visited
Tuesday with Mrs Helen Rose
George Reed was In Jackson Fri
day
Charles Craig who works In Can
fleld was home over Sunday
J J C Rose was in Youngstown Fri
day
Wm Creed was in Jackson Friday
Ephraim KHngeman who visited in
Medina returned homo Friday
NORTH JACKSON
Jan 29 Mrs John Clark of War
ren is spending somo time here with
her sister Mrs Day Duer who Is
now able to walk about tho house
when assisted
Earl Liby and family spent a day
last week with the formers sister
Mrs Will Osborn
Mrs Charles Pipher was in Niles
last Friday
Will Smith is able to bo out after
being confined to the house by sick
ness
M and Mrs Mel Van Winkle of
AHIau e spent Beveral days here last
week wih his mother
Mr and Mrs Ira Bingham and
three sons Paul Roy and Robert of
Lordstown and Julia Osborne were
Sunday dinner guests in tho home of
tho latters son William
Mrs Hetty Eckenrodo and Mrs
Murdoch Bailey are among the sick
Mrs Mary J Folnogle is able to
sit In her chair but on account of
rheumatism is not able to walk with
out help Mrs Charles Goldner is
caring for her
Mr and Mrs Ellis Pipher Raymond
Clark and Johnny Osborne spent
Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs
Charles Pipher
PATMOS
Jan 29 The W O T U of Goshen
met with Mrs Ernest Riley Saturday
afternoon The next meeting will be
at the home of Mrs Grace Stratton
Glenn John and Nellie Leyman
spent Sunday afternoon at Jesse
Ritcheys
Mr3 Sam weingart suffered a re
lapse and has been confined to her
bed tbe past week
Mr and Mrs Wesley Teraplln spent
Saturday with Mr and Mrs S U
Howard
Holner Trench and C F Mlddleton
finished their jury work In Youngs
town aud returned home Friday
L D Cronlck and family visited
Sunday evuolng at Homer Greena
myros
Mr and Mrs Frank Lutes
dren and Fred and Addio Weingart
were Sunday visitors at Fremont Mid
Mrs Sarah Bardo and Mrs Xewis
Weaver are seriously 11 the former
with pneumonia The other slk here
are improving
Mr and Mrs John Bardo gave a
party Saturday In houorof their Htr
tie daughter MurJs birthday The
time was pleasantly spent In games
Luncheon was served
GUIs seldom go to the kitchen
when they want to kill time
Patroalre Dlipatch 3mttw
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NO 45
PIONEER JAMES MACKEY
DIED MONDAY MORNING
Did Much to Advance Interests of
Youngstown and Uplift
Humanity
James Mackey sr one of Youngs
towns leadlllL clHznnn nhnio nmf
stonal work as a surveyor and many
acts of philanthropy have kept his
uuiue ueiore mo puouc lor many
years died Monda morning at tho
family residence Up itm
three years of ago and Infirmities
orougni ny tne weight or jears caus
ed his death
James Mackov nr wnn itnoonii
from staunch old Scottish lineage Ho
vua uiu eon oi james and Margaret
Earlv Mnrltpv nlnitiur cnin m
T uubvj UK vice u
honing county Ho was born Febru
ary 7 1829 In Youngstown not tnr
from the site of the home where ho
uicu
James Mackey was afforded com
mon SChOol ttnrl nr ldnmtn
and later a university education Ho
was a stuuent at tho Polaud academy
and then matriculated at the Cleve
land University Hero lin nrnnnt o1
himself for the work for which ho
felt himself to be especially fitted
and proved himself so competent and
accurate that he had filled but a feV
James Mackey
contracts before ho was Invited to be
come a member o a commission
made up of five representative engi
neers and surveyors of Ohio and
Pennsylvania to establish for alltlmo
tho boundary lino between theso
states Mr Mackey probably had as
much experience In the surveying oE l
coal lands and mines as any man in
his profession his work being markedv
with the certainty and accuracy
which precluded all kinds of litiga
tion
About 1875 ho began also to survey
and plat town sites his work in that
lino having been vast With his broth
ers the late David and Robert Mack
ey he promoted tne first street rail
road In Youngstown the old horse
car line which was then an enthus
iastically welcomed public utility Of
this enterprise he served seven years
as president
Mr Mackey was always identified
with tho Democratic party Ho never
felt It his duty however to run for
nor did he accept many positons on
directing boards of business or other
enterprises his taste lying more in
tho direction of a private life and
close attention to his professional
work
Mr Mackey was a member of the
original board of trustees of the Ray
en school and after serving contin
ually for twenty years he refused to
accept the position longer on account
of his professional duties
In a quiet and unassuming way Mr
Mackey did a great deal for the good
of Youngstown There never was a
charity in the cjty which Mr Mackey
did not stand reaay to support
wever was an appeal made through
tho columns of the newspapers for any
worthy cause to which Mr Mackey
was not the first to respond Ho
was especially Interested In the wel
fare of tho children of the commun
ity and It was his delimit to help tho
Fresh Air camp movement every year
with funds A few years ago he gave
a largo tract of land on Delaware
avenue In Brier Hill for a playground
Mr Mackey was a member of tho
Episcopal church woi shipping with
the congregation at St Johns of
which he was a member of tho vestry
for d number of years
On October 30 1862 Mr Mackey
marjed Mary H Ruggles who was
born In Canfleld the daughter of Azor
and Adellno M Ruggles To the cou
pie were born the following children
Robert M who died In infancy Chas
L deceased Grace Margaret H and
Nellie who survive with the wJdow
Private funeral services were hqld
at the family residence Wednesday
at 2 p m Rev Alfred Izon of St
Johns church officiated and interment
was made in Oak Hill cemetery
Vindicator
ELLSWORTH
Jan 29 The party held at thehomo
of Wiiara Schafer Friday night was
well attended and all had a good time
Dr Beetham of Alliance lectured ia
the M E Church last Sunday night
Mr and Mrs Emory Cutting visited
at their homo hero Sunday njgbt
F L Anderson was In Youngstowir
Saturday
J S Harding Is suffering wth ty
phoid fever A trained nurse came
from Youngstown Monday to care
for hlmc
Ellsworth people are preparing to
build a shortf strip of good road
Mrs Hammond J on the sick list
Dont forget the social at Arthur
BarringerB Thursday evening Febfl
Misu rrv ovrsir v
town Saturday iv
Mr Lenhart js saKenng with a
sore foot j
The q E of the FraBbyferiia
church wlli have meeting of uuus
ual Interest next Sunday Mjt A
special program has been icaurcd
Communion services will Wn ht in
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