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Terras 100 a Ytar
By Peter M Horold
The turn Is running light at the Peer
loss mine these days
Wm S Davis and wife of Morgan
town were hero Monday
Master Edward Vlgnon epont Sunday
with frlendB in Youngstown
Make up your mind as to how to mark
the big ballot next Tuesday
The village ladder houses received
some attention the past week
Rev D L Clark attended Dlstrlot
Conference in Matvern this week
The Wiokllno family of Salem spent
8unday at the homo of Cbas Do Jane
Wmi Dalrymple is being groomed by
his friends for mayor of this village
next year
AugUBt Vlgnon made tho best scoro
at Taylors rifle rango last week and
got tne nooKtio
Tho band played upon tho streets
uMohday night nnd will glvo a dance
Saturday bight
Mrs James Atkinson and slBter Mies
Bona Eyater spent Sunday with rela
tives in Groeoford
Honry King and family of New Castle
are visiting at th6 hdmes of Goo King
and CharlcBDoJane
Miss Josophlno Emory of near Colum
buBls visiting at tho home of her sister
Mrs 8 V Kennedy
Ed Herrmann was homo with his
mother over Sunday Ho works in a
hollow ware foundry
Owing tothoetiteand national oloo
tlori next Tuesday tho vlllago oounoll
will meet noxt Monday night
W 8 Anderson O M McNabb and
Paul Jonoa aro blllod to address a re
publican meeting hero tonight
W H McDonald wife- and daughters
Bortha and May of Aurora epont Sun
day with their parents J D Woods
and wlfo
Tho Y O R was given a blaok oyo
at Lisbon Friday whon Judgo Roberts
gavo J W Gaston a perpotual Injunc
tion from its going thro his farm and
81000 damages
Tho trustoos of Green township will
meet tbo trustoos of Oakland cometory
at tbo cross roads Friday afternoon to
- determine the routoof tbo stream to
rf urnlsh water for Bob Maxwolla water-
log trough
Literary pooplo along tho oloctrlo
linos botwqan Youngetown and Canton
havo n project on foot to ostabllsh a
Chautauqua courso outdoors noxt sum-
hior and it is thought It will bo
fthorq on tho Y O R
- It has boon suggostod that n fow ox
ra polico bo put on duty Saturday
night to provont destruction of proper
ty and tbo noodlosa nnnoynnco of our
citizens Marshal Piatt will do his du
ty but ho cannot bo omnlproBont
Chns StouITer Dan Fnloon John
Woods and otherB from hero woro In
A Salem Saturday afternoon and saw tho
f6otballgnrao in which Salora scored
v34 and Wollsvlllo 0 It Is to bo hoped
that Salem will havo no kick coming
on tho outoomo
Robert Young oponed his meat mar
ket in tho Oo op proporty Monday
morning with everything as bright as
a now pin Paul Summorvlllo will as
sist Mr Young in making salos and no
ono nood go hungry for want of any
thing in that lino
Tho Waablngtonvillo Entertalnmont
commlttoo Bubmlta tho following finan
cial statement Received for soaeon
tickets 12726 rooolved at tbo door
Oot 22 960 Total to dato 18705
Paid Glazlor bureau 2400 Balance
In treasury 11215
Among tho Sunday callers to this vll
lago woro MIbb Pearl Wolkart and Fred
BoaBort of Alliance Miss Erma Heaps
of Salem Harvo Bock and wife of Co
lumbiana Dan Davis of Morgantown
Bert Simpson and wlfo of Minoral
Ridge Frank Harbaugh of Lisbon
Sunday was an enjoyablo day to bo
but doors and tho new bridge oast of
town had many visitors ThlB bridge
and tho Y O R electrlo lino were
two bouquets thrown at Washington
vllle without cost to the village yet
strongly favored by Tbo Mahoning Dis
Master Georglo Wlnrow fell down
stairs Friday morning striking a buck
et in such a manner as to enlarge bis
mouth a few Inches Dr Kennedy
made ono stitch Inside and three atltoh
es outside and tbo lad did not whimper
during the operation No anaesthetic
was administered
Mrs David Hlvely a former resident
of Wabhlngtonvllle died at her home
in Marlboro Stark oounty Oct 21
The remains were taken to the home of
ber brother Dennis Ward in Leetonia
and funeral services were held Friday
afternoon conducted by -Rev G O
Grlfiln of the M E Ohurcn Interment
in Onkdale cemetery Relatives from
here attended tbe f qneral The deceas
ed Is survived by three sisters and ono
brother besides ber husband Mrs
Frank Brookbart Mrs Nanoy Callahan
and MlesElmlra Ward all of this place
and Dennis Ward pt Leetonia
Tbe opening number of the Washing
tonvllle entertainment course was given
in the Methodist church last Thursday
night by Misses KoBthe and Moore
house Bothtbo sale of season tlokets
and the crowded houBe aro entirely sat
isfactory to the management The order
wob exceptionally good and no needless
olaDolncof hands was practiced Owing
to the national election and Thanksgiv
ing no entertainment will be given in
November but on tbe 6th of December
the six oolored Jubilee Singers will be
here and owing tp their reputation it
is expeoted that extra seats will havo to
- be provided for that night
Mrs Blanoh Lewis wife of Wm Bur
tolette died at her hpme near
- blana last Saturday aged 26 years 5
months and 3 daya She is survived by
a husband and three email children
who feel the low of a loving wife and a
Mothers tender care She is aUo
vived by her parents J E Lewis and
wife two brothers and two sisters
Xarl Raymond and Besele of this place
aad Mrs Berths -Tot low of New Castle
Pa Funeral services were held In tbe
Methodist church at 2 oolock Monday
afternoon conducted by Rev D L
Clark assisted by Rev A J B Kast in
presence of a large number of relatives
1 a4 sympathizing friends An
Bttote discourse waB preaobed by Rev
Okrk fw the words of Isaiah lxiv 6
W all do fade aa a ief The re-
suaae were taken to Oakland cemetery
iaaeutUul white oasket surmounted
to May Moral tributes aod kind hands
Mi to jpt Vo await the general
A Socialist speaker Is announced to
be here this weeki
The board of education met Tuesday
night and settled the monthly pay roll
The dance announced to be given by
the band Saturday night has been post
This Is aaid to be a good time to so
leot seed corn for next years planting
Miss Lizzie Brady of Pittsburg spent
part of the week with her father and
sisters here
Ladles of tho Lutheran church will
servs n chicken pie euppor and every
thing that goes with it in Allens hall
Saturday night
Jamos Harrington and eons of Leetonia
were Sunday visitors here Mr Har
rington holds the position on tho Ft
Wayne railroad long held by tho lato
James L Truesdalo
Philip M Haas of Youngstown was
hero Saturday looking after bis politi
cal fonces for county commissioner
Good men are needed on tbo board when
building a million dollar court bouse
A miscellaneous shower of good things
was had at tho home of J L Fltzpatrlck
and wlfo Tuesday night in anticipation
of tho marriage of the daughter Ade
laide to Harry L MoNeal Wednesday
A special jury was drawn at Lisbon
Sunday to pass upon tho sanity of Chas
Howard of East Liverpool charged
with murder Among the Jurors aro
Goo Ballaatlno and E E HalverBtadt
of Lcolonia
Thcro will be a joint dobato in Salem
Friday night botwoon Bryan and Taft
on a talking machine Tho labor ques
tion tha trust question and other Issues
that dlvldo tho parties can bo hoard as
If spoken by tho candidates thomsolvee
Rov H A Rlnard of Lootonla occu
pied Rev ICasts pulpit In tho Lutheran
church Sunday night and proaohod a
learnod dlscoureo from MntthowXXiV
35 Heaven and earth shall pass
away but my words shall not pass
Next Saturday will mark tho fifth an
niversary of tho explosion nt tho Poor
loss coal mlno tho foot ball game hero
with tho collogo toam from Can field
scoring 23 for CanBold and G for Wash
lngtonvlllo AIbo tbo Banda Roesa In
Lootonla opora houBO at night being
Oct 31 1003
Tho funeral of Waltor Gnrthwnlto
who was accidentally killed at Grafton
furnace WcdcoBday waB hold from St
Patricks church in Lootonla Friday
morning tho Lootonla band playing fu
noral dlrgos from tho rosldonco to tho
church Docoasod was a membor of
tbo Eagles lodgo
Mayor Mooro has a luxuriant growth
of ryo In tho lot cast of his rosldonco
But this county having rooontly voted
dry precludes tho ldoa ot convortlng
it into liquid form for commorclal pur
poses especially sinco his own nnd his
neighbors chlckons onjoy tbo grcon
bladoa so well now
In addition to tbo rolatlvos and
frlonds from this vlllago and Lootonla
who attended tho funeral ot Mrs Wm
Bortololto Monday afternoon woro Mrs
Chas King of Salem Mrs Chas Lowis
of Clovoland Mrs Laura Bortolotto of
of Canton Mrsi O D Calvin nadMra
Emma ijowis oi uoiumoiana a u
Totlow and wlfo of Now Caetlo Pa
Saturday night or rather oarly Sun
day morning whon returning from tho
maequorado ball nt Salom a fow out ot
town toughB got off tho car at stop 11
and followed a couplo of our vlllago
girls Whoroupon a fow ot our town
boys camo to tho rosouo and put tbo
kibosh all over said toughB and cro
ated a greater demand for arnica than
for law
Harvoy Bakor and wlfo woro sum
moned to Salom Monday by reason ot
tho serious illness of his father Lewis
Bakor aged 72 years who suitors from
hernia His condition becamo bo alarm
ing that an operation was performed
the same day by Drs Hock and Miles
which relieved tho Buttering for tbo
timo being but hU ulllmato recovery
Is not so certain
Mrs 8amuol Piatt was bo well pleas
ed with tbo band mualo Monday night
that she turned on a brighter light in
front of her atoro and set up the clears
Tho band will bo out again tonight to
play for tbo republican rally Ohio
must be considered a doubtful state
when they send speakers into Washing
tonvllle and keep both Tatt and Bryan
In the Buokoyo state entertaining tho
dear people with hot air Tho next Is
sue ot The Dispatch will tell who will
occupy tho white house free ot rent for
tho next four years
Somo people are kicking at tbe Erie
railroad company because it gave halt
fare rates to tbe Taft meeting at
Youngstown and charged full fare for
tho Bryan meeting It may not have
been the fault of tho R R Co If the
managers ot ono party make arrange
ments for special rates and tbe mana
gers of totuer party neglects to do so
Passenger trafiio on this branch of tho
Erie 1b about equal to our mall eorvlce
anyway and we could better afford to
miss both Taft and Bryan for one day
than to be cut out of two mall trains
every day
Levi Senbeisor was seated at the eaBt
end bridge Tuesday afternoon watohlng
the gradera filling in the approaches
when it occurred to hU mind that tbo
large Btone and concrete bridge just
completed is the fourth bridge he has
seen built In that locality The first
one was a corduroy bridge built of
round logs with the bark on and was
built before tbe Cherry Valley mine
was opened Doing locatea eame niiy
yards east of the present bridge The
second bridge was tho ordinary wooden
affair made of hewn and sawed timber
The third one was an iron bridge which
served the purpose until this year
when it waa torn away and sold to Junk
dealers to make room for the present
herculean affair which will likely with
stand tbejjnawlng tooth ot time for
several generations
Interesting missionary aervlpea
known aa Rally Day exercises were con
ducted at the Methodist churoh Sunday
night The object as stated by Supt
Freed and Rev Clark is to revive an in
terest in Sunday school work in locali
ties where no church schools exist or
are but poorly patronized Statistics
were read showing where states in the
far west having 5P0 towns have only 75
Sunday sohoola The choir box waa
well filled and special mualo was render
ed Misa Lillian Dalrymple sang a so
lo MIbbob Emma Nogle Marie King
and Martha Thorp eang a trio and an
excellent duete Sometime Well Un
derstand was sung by the well trained
voices ot Mrs George Atkinson and
Misa Epha Wllspa The declaiming
olasa waa composed at Marie King Hel
en Thorp Emma Nogle Mark Kllogen
smith Helen Warner and Elva Senior
all of whom did remarkably wall cob
slaeriug the short time for pfapwMtoi
The blind relief commission will meet
In Lisbon Nov 4
D M Stoutfer was here Wednesday
calling on friends
am posters were nore weaneeaay aa
vertlslng tho Salem Mardl Gras on Hal
The first heat in the foundry ot the
National Sanitary Mfg Co at Salem
was made Tuesday
The ballots prlntod in Lisbon to be
used in East Liverpool next Tuesday
weighed 1200 pounds
Mrs David Welkart and John Fitz
slmmons and wife visited relatives in
Pittsburg and Allegheny last week
Will King and Miss Etta Roller and
Chas StouITer and Mies Sadie Spear
attended At tho Old Cross Roads In
tho Salem opera house Tuesday night
R H Armstrong of Lisbon contrac
tor on the Y O R was held up Mon
day night by a gang of thugs who knew
ho hod the pay envelopes He fired six
shots and they went 23
R H McDowell a Salem molder and
tho candidate for coroner on tho social
ist ticket delivered a forcible address
to a crowd ot men at tho southeast cor
ner of tho Lutheran churoh Wednesday
night and spoke for over on hour ans
wering questions at tho closo of his
remarks and organizing a socialist club
Tho damage case of Jubal Totlow
against tho Peerless Coal Co after pass
ing through all tho courts was finally
decided by tho supremo court at Colum
bus Tuesday Tho judgment of tho cir
cuit court was confirmed and tho Poor
less Co muBt pay Mr Totlow 2700
damages for Injuries sustained by tall ot
slato In tho mlno a fow years ago
Adolaldo tho accomplished daughter
ot Mr and Mrs J L Fltzpatrlok and
Harry McNool woro united in marrlogo
nt tho Lutheran pareonago in Lootonla
by uov H A itinara at o ociock woa
nosday evening Tho happy couplo 1b
well known In this community and tho
well wishes of many friends woro mani
fested by a copious and miscellaneous
shower on tholr return to tho Fltz
patrick homo after marrlago Many
valuable prcsonts woro given and con
gratulations oxtondod by tho largo
number present
Mrs Evan Rlohards died at 2 oclock
Wednesday morning after a fow wooks
Illness with nervous troubles agod
about 48 yoars Her maiden namo wab
Mary Ann Raymond and sho was born
at Syracuse Molga oounty this state
Sho la survivod by hor husband live
sons nnd two daughters Funeral ser
vices will bo conduotod from hor lato
residence In tbo southern suburbs Fri
day afternoon nt 11 oclock with lntor
mont In Oakdolo comotory at Lootonla
by tbo eldo of hor son Charles who dlod
July 23 this year
Salom News On tho night of tbo
Longworth republican rally In Lisbon
threo saloonlsts woro arroBtcd two for
violating tho closing ordinance and ono
tor violating tho scroon ordinance Tho
two former woro fined 10 and costs
whllo tbo latter was given a smallor
Qno Two moro woro arrested Sunday
for violating tbo Sunday ordinance nnd
given medium fines It la roportod that
whon the local option law goes Into ef
fect is Salom a pharmacist of Sholby
will open a drug atoro In tbo room now
occupied by tho bar of tho Colonial ho
Oct 28 John Kooh of Wntorford
shipped 4000 bushels ot potatooa from
horo tbo past week
MIbbob Sallnda and Laura Schafonack
or woro la Salom Tuesday
Miss Clara lilacuburn Is visiting Mrs
C O Pottlt
Mrs L UHulln of North Lima who
visited her parents horo returned homo
Goorgo Cook and family now occupy
tho Cbas Coy houso
Harvoy Wolkart and family ot Can
field visited rolatlvea bore Sunday
Mss Edith Relohstadt who was 13
years old last Wednesday rooolved 109
post cards from friends and relatives
Sevoral from hero attondodS S con
vention at Concord Sunday
Mr and Mrs Jos Matzenbaugh of
Wasblngtonvlllo spent Sunday with R
li Ubarlton ana lamiiy
Mrs J C Schnurrenborger and
daughter Ada woro In Salem Tuesday
The dance baiuraay nignt waa weu
Henry Wilhelm an aged and respect
edolttzen died early Saturday morning
Tho funeral services were held Monday
from tho Lutheran Church of which be
waa a member Tbo deceased was 70
years old and bad always resided on the
farm where he dlod
Chas Coy and family have moved to
Mahonlngtown Pa
James Welkart waa in CanQold Mon
Greenford Sohool Report Puplla per
fect in attendance for tbo month ending
Oot 23 were Lena Bofmann Pearl Zim
merman Ruth Cook Ruth Brlghtwell
idella Ingledue Anna Bush Raymond
Ingledue Elale Clark Harry Clark Nl
la Welkart Garth Coy Arthur Hlvely
Vera Welkart Tboae absent one day
or less were Dewey Busb Lawrence
Hofmann Archie Ingledue Glen Hen
dricks Nola Holben Teacher
m m
OOT 28 Ell Davis celebrated hla
80th birthday Oot 20 His Sunday
school class was entertained at dinner
A republican rally will be held in
town hall Friday night
MIsb Mamie Hanna ot Grove City is
visiting Mre Esther Allen
H M Allen waa in uantieia Tuesday
The Ladles Aid society ot the M E
Church will Berve dinner at W L Rip
leys on election day Expense 25 cents
All Invited
Some fine bass nave been caught late
ly la the lake eouth of the village
Next year five ana six pouna nan may
be expeoted
OCT 28 Mrs J M Arnold attended
the PittBburg Exposition and visited
trlenda in MoKeeeport last week
O E Roae wife and daughter Martha
and MIbb Delia Casaady of Nilea spent
Sunday at H B RoBes
A large crowd attended the republi
can rally at this place last Friday night
Mrs W E Rose woa in Youngstown
one day laet week
F E Burke who is confined to the
house with rheumatism la some better
There will be a Halloween social
here Saturday eveaing A five peat
lunoh will be served
Squirrel hustlag
Call a
Oct 28 Farm work progressing nice
ly Digging and marketing potatoes
and husking corn are the order of tho
day Quite a number of our farmers are
marketing potatoes in Youngstown at
70 cents a bushel Mr Whlnnery of Sa
lem is loading two oarB hero nt 66 cents
R L Templln of Cleveland RobtLa
Robo of Hiram and J N Spanablo of
East Palestine bad business here this
H D Miller and mother visited In
Salem Sunday
MrsM B Templln returned Saturday
from a trip to Barrlngton III where
she attended general conforonco ot tbe
Mission Board of the Evangelical church
to which she was a delegate Sho nleo
visited in Chicago Cleveland and Elk
hart Ind
Waltor Johnston and wife took up
tholr abode In our neighborhood Man-
Miss Rebecca Ewing vUlted Misa Eu
nice Knauf Saturday
Clyde Johnston is employed at the
Cut Flower plant
C L Toot and wife attended a silver
wedding anniversary In Salem Monday
Francos little daughter of Mr and
Mrs Honry Mctzler who baB been quite
ill with typhoid fever is improving
I W Roth gob and H 8 Miller aro
helping D H Paulln at hip sawmill
near Columbiana
L A Coy was in Youngstown Monday
Tho marrlago ceremony of Vincent
Basslnger of Columbiana and Miss Grace
Cook daughter ot Mr and Mrs W L
Cook ot this nlaco was solemnized Oct
24 at 8 oclock p m by Rov DoVaux of
Louisville Thoso proBont woro tho im
mediate famllloB and tho bridoa girl
graduate Irionda and escorts Tho out-of-town
guests woro Frank Ookerman
Homor Blackburn MIbbcs Mnbol Woods
nnd Clara Blackburn ot Youngstown
A doliclouB supper was served Immedi
ately following tho ceremony Tbo
young couplo will resldo in Columbiana
wnoro tbo groom is employod in tbo
First National Bank A host ot frlonds
extend congratulations
From another eotTcipondent
MIbbob Rublo Knaufjand Anna Slaglo
wore in Youngstown Saturday
ChaB Fitch was over from Ellsworth
this week
Clifton Wilson and family of CanQold
called at S O Mellingors Sunday ovo
Harvey Knauf and family viBltod at
T L Knauts Sunday
Tboro will bo churoh sorvlccs Sunday
morning and ovonlng
Al Mussolman Is working on tho sec
IUo Houts contemplates moving into
tho Bhaltor houso
Misses Ota Pnulln Esther Molllnger
Rublo Knauf Flosslo Coy LoBtor Tem
plln and James Slaglo aro attending
Groonford high school
Will Barnes of Groonford vtaltcd
Craig Slaglo Sundny
Mr ana Mrs waiKor oi Youngstown
woro horo a fow daycthls wook
Mrs A H McClfuo cf Columbiana
visited hor
mother Mrs Hendricks
Oct 28 Curt Little waa homo from
Washington vlllo over Sunday
Tho Bohool houBe has boon papored
and sevoral now deekB put in
John Scbaal and wlfo woro in Youngs
town last week
L Wollcndorfer and family epont
Sunday in Youngstown
E W nnd W H Coy nnd MaBter
Carl and Howard RamBoy wero in
YoungBtown Tuesday
Sevoral from hero attondod a box
social at tbo Mud ecbool houso Satur
day night
John and Fred Schaal aro confined to
tholr homo with typhoid fover
Ira Houts called at Henry Holla
baughs Monday
Scott Collar and wlfo visited tholr
daughter In Warren eovoral days last
Charles Ramsey and friend wero
borne from Cleveland several dayB last
MrB Curt Flsbel and MIbb Sarah
Fishol wore in Canfield Monday
Misses Hazel Moherman ana Minnie
Miller spent Sunday at tbe latters
Miss Ida Schaal 1b spending a couplo
of weeks at Dr W D Coys in Can-
Mra Susan Kemblo ot Youngstown
was here several days last week
MIbb Sadie Hollabaugha condition la
somewhat improved
HenrylJ Kohler photographed the
school ono day last week
West Austiatown
Oct 28 Preaching by
next Sunday at 11 a m
Rev Meyora
after Sunday
Mra John Schafer met with a aeriouB
accident lost Saturday morning While
BBslstlng in nutting a barrel of elder
down cellar It got beyond control and
in Its do6cont broke one of her legs near
tbo ankle making a very baa Iraoture
F B Jones is viBitlng in New Mid
dlotown and North Lima
Misa Ida Scblsler has returned from e
visit with Wm Waller and family near
Mra Lavina Lanterman and Mrs
Elizabeth Turner of Cornersburg recent
ly visited Mrs Ell Frlfogle
Miss Mame Sohlsler of Canfield is vis
iting ber parents
Eli Fritogle wife and daughter Pearl
were in Youngetown Tuesday
The EaBt Ohio Gas Co ie hauling
pipe from the siding here Some of the
employ ea have rented roomB In the
Bishop flat
Chestnut Valley
OCT 28 Floyd Detrow and wife ao
companledby Elijah Leipper wife and
eon of New Albany spent Saturday
and Sunday in East Liverpool
John WHhelm and family attended
the funeral of Henry Wilhelm in
Greenford Monday
Jerry Kendlg and Lute Boesert were
in Salem Monday
Andrew Cochel waa in Salem Friday
Pioklea Pettlt of Greenford waa
through the yalley Sunday
Ira Wilhelm waa at Franklin Square
Charles Maxwell entertained comp
any from New Waterford over Sunday
Miss VeeU Keadig s la Salem
Two young gsatlsaaa pasted through
here Sunday afternoon la a Nearer
say Gd to thee buggy and politely
aeked the way to Grass
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North Lima
Oct 28 M E Wineholt wife and
children ot Youngstown spent Sunday
here with his mother Mary Wineholt
and sister Mrs Jessie Clay
Charles Hoxamer of Canton was here
visiting his family Saturday and Sunday
Andrew Blaok Bert Bailey and Chas
Kurtz and wives of Youngetown spent
Sunday at Solomon Montzers
Fred McKenzle and wife of the city
spentSunday with Mrs LuclndaCUnker
and family
Mrs Clara Flohr and daughter Helen
and Mrs Betsy Dutrow of Columbiana
spent Sunday at F B Clinkers
Jacob Condo of Youngstown was a
local visitor Sunday
MrB Harvey Menlzer of Youngstown
spent Sunday with hor parents Israel
Hahn and wlfo
Miss Hattle Stafford ot Youngstown
spent Sunday with her Bister Mrs
John Laughlln and family
L F Fox and wlfo of the city spent
Sunday with Honry Glenn and family
Harry Bprlnkol accompanied by his
father has gone to Lumberton Miss
in search ot a residence and expects to
remove his family
Frank Longetreet of Ell wood City was
tho guest of his parents Sunday
Josoph Helntzolman and wife of New
Buffalo spent Tuesday with Mre
Luclnda Hasncss
Chanco Summera of Grovo City Pa
visited his family horo Sunday
Carl Hondrlcke Mr Noleon and Mr
Van Skiver of Warren Mr and Mrs
William GoIb Rov Law and Alvln
Thoman and family of Now Buffalo wore
Sunday vlBltora at tho homo of W C
Clarence Horn of Columbiana rontod
a house of Solomon Montzgor and will
move hero Thursday
Oct 28 Misses Laura and Anna
Griffith ot Salom visited horo Monday
with Mablo Geo
Mrs R E WllllamB of Grccnburg
spont a day last wook with her sister
Mrs Charlos Hull
Ed Creed wlfo and two children of
Wost Austlntown spont Sunday at tho
homo ot Mrs Mary Ewlng
Mr and Mrs Burky of Poland visited
at Stewart Sharps Friday
Curtis Cramer called at Lowis Man
chesters Sunday afternoon
Mrs H M Hunt and daughter Edith
called on Mrs Job Kirk Monday
Frank Crockett wlfo and daughter
woro Salom visitors Sunday
Hugh Stuart has boon ropalring somo
of hla farm bulldinga
Charles Bull and family woro Sunday
visitors nt Ed Hulls
Mra Mayor oi Wost Austlntown spont
Tuesday nt Mra Mary Ewlngs
Hugh Stuart and wlfo will soon movo
to CanQold and occupy tbolr rosldonco
on West Main Btroot Thoy will bo
nccompanlod by I A Manchester and
wlfo John Rlloy will occupy tbo farm
ot I A Manchester and engngo exten
sively In dairying work with regtetorod
Jersey Atock
Air ltlloy sold bis larm to YV J
McGowon of Salom who will movo thoro
in tbo spring Mr uuoy also purcbaB
cd Mr McGowons property In Salem
Mrs C E Mlsnor of Calla cnllod at
H M Hunts Monday RUSTIC
Locust Grove
Oct 28 Mrs Tinker has roturnod
to Pennsylvania after spondlng Bovoral
wooks hero with her son Fred and
Miss Maud Folcht spent Sunday with
MIbi Myrtlo Fornoy
E I Roller was in Salom Saturday
M G Huffman wlfo nnd son Ruesoll
of Clarksvlllo epont Sunday at J D
Cbas Kano has roturnod from
Parkers Landing
fc W Calvin ana lamlly spent sun-
day at W W WonBotlora near Youngs
Preaching noxt Sunday morning and
evening at which time tbo pastor Rev
u i Aiciioever wm Begin a series oi
revival meetings
Jacob Drossol has movod to Leetonia
Wm Roed ot Youngstown spent
Sunday at G O Calvins
John Hendricks and wife and Mrs
Lydla Calvin of Greenford woro Sunday
visitors at the homo ot J W Calvin
School Report Tho following pupils
ot the Grove school were perfect In at
tendance for tbe month ending Oct 23
Erma Clay Nellie Calvin Martha
DreBael Lois Roller Hattle Dreasol
Mablo Felcbt and Harry Roller
Those absent ono day or lees Edna
Felcht and Raymona Coobel
JMaude McCltjn Teaoher
Apple Avenue
Oct 28 MIbb Emma Cooke of Salem
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs
Harvey Goodman
B L Manchester met the Salem
trustees in Leetonia Monday
Mrs Mae Hicks and son ot EaBt Pal
estine were the guests of F R Paulln
and family laBt week
S O Manchester ot Nlles spent Sun
day at B L Manchesters
Myrtle Hoffman la elck
Russell Orr of Palmyra visited at R
M Justices Sunday
Mr EberBole of Indiana is visiting his
slater Mra Noah Kenrelgh
Charles Balrd and wife recently vis
ited in PittBburg
MIbb Lucy Arner returned home to
MUlvllle Monday after ependlng a few
daya with her friend Miss Hazel Man
Rev Greenawalt 1b visiting relatives
Mra Neuebaum ie not much improv
Dr Yaggl of Salem was here Mon
Mrs Eli Goodman and Mrs Elizabeth
Goodman Bpent Friday with Mrs Thom
as Weaver in Hickory
Jonaa Goodman is slok
Prospect Hill
OCT 28 Chas Slsooe who has been
slok for tbe past two weeks is slowly
C O Bowman and wife returned homo
Mrs 0 A Buok of North Jackson
viBlted friends here last week
Morrison Justice and wife are visiting
relatives in PittBburg
S O Manchester of Nilea was a caller
here Monday
Mrs O O Bowman and daughter
Jessie spent Tueaday In Youngetown
L B Bingham and wife returned
hose Tuoeday
Its sizzling
No apathy now
Both Bides confident
Tho clergy cut Conrov
The negro voto la still reported to be
Will foreigners in white change an
American voto
Bring over your pumpkins and enjoy
Halloween with us
How Bacchus did fight tho9e Trum
bull county farmors I
Tho Mahoning Is beginning to be
thinned out with real water
Puddlers whose wages have been cut
are very opt to cut the ticket
Billy Shaw is working on a wot speech
to be delivered in the hour of need
It may bo necessary to send down to
the Shenandoah for North Newton
Patsy Kane Is betting on Bryan and
everybody knows Patsy never loses a
Homor Baldwins milt will probably
bo tbe only ono running whon Tntt
At tbo last momont It may bo neces
sary to got Teddy hero to carry tbo
Somo of tho candidates aro learning
that melon can bo mado to spoil
Tho lid seldom leaks theso Sundays
perhaps thoBO anti saloon detectives
are duo
Frank Mariner predicts a veritablo
political cataclysm a huge avalanche
for Bryan
The cnuBo ot Beard versus Conroy Is
attracting tho attontlon of tho wholo
civilized world
Tho labor voto la rccoivlng tbo most
amorous courting it over got in Its
wholo oxlstoncc
Outside of tho stump spoakora no at
tempts havo been mado here recently
to hypnotize anybody
Everybody is sorry to Beo Secretary
Pond leave Tbo Y M C A got along
swimmingly under him
Tho Sport Is making a vociferous bi
partisan campaign spooking for either
party aa tho spirit moves him
Tho clorgy kept tholr bands off tho
congrosslonal fight probably becauso
Our Jim Is a thooloclan hlmBclf
Too republican loaders in tnis county
aro very badly Bcnrod Corporation
coercion goes ngalnst American grain
Tho campaign will end in a blaze ot
glory In Youngstown Mahoning county
Stato of Ohio and let that bo recorded
Tbo old ward marching clubs mado
moro votes than theeo now tangled
whlto wlngcd trust clubs will over
Chairman E H Mooro generously
gavo J A Campbell eomo legal advlco
trco which was apparently not appre
Tho rain failed to cloar tbo political
atmosphere which is still filled with a
palo bluo hazo that Bmolls strongly ot
Amos was bo busy dlscuBBlng tho cam
paign with Strachan that ho forgot It
wna Sunday until tho polico Bbowcd
him a calendar
AutomobllcB arobocomlng so common
hero that sbmo of our aristocrats may
Bport flying machines to show thoy aro
up to tho times
Tho dog catcher Is enjoying a vaca
tion and praying that tho canlno stork
will bo busy until ho rcsumca hla catch
ing profession noxt spring
In this fight politicians ignore tho
wives who bad tbo job ot filling empty
dinner palls last winter Thoy aro tak
ing part In tho campaign howovor
Four hundrod babies wero recently
exhibited hero at a bady show and
eight of them won prizes There aro
now 302 angry mothers in tbo city
Nearly every farmer who cornea to
town has a barrel In tho rear end of his
wagon wnlcn indicates that tho elder
mills have resumed aftor a year of idle
Thoro is moro bitterness hero than
has over been exhibited botoro in a na
tional campaign Keep your temper
gentlemen and remember that tbo ag
ony will soon bo over Ims
Who nil took tbe mileage
Rival gambling factions In town
Money la tho monarch all Uko to Bur
Alls not lost Four counties havo
gone wot
Be no sour apple in tbe house but a
Seldom pays to arguo unlesa youre
paid fdr it
Salem has gone dry but Mayor Car
Ulo doosnt look it
John H Fitch 1b making a noise muoh
like a man sawing wood
Rev Tlnsley let us have no more of
these star chamber eosalona 1
Tbo election ot David Tod tho rlBing
eun young man Is conceded
A man should marry before he begins
to chew with hla front teeth
Official hypocrisy is almost enough to
make ono Blck as well as dlaguBted
No son there is no gambling in town
aside from an occasional game ot crack-
It la strange how Boon tbe spell of
hypnotism la broken after the money 1b
The trouble with these voters you
buy is you cant tell It theyll stay
Bosses you may try to coerce but
youll find on eleotlon day or the day
after that you cant control
Senator Kinsman got the biggest
amount for mileage under the crab that
permitted senators and representatives
to draw mileage at 12 cents a mile when
the law fixes 2 cents a mile bb the limit
to be charged by the railways in the
atate The senator got 44160 exces
sive mileage Some other follows in
this neck o woods pocketed the exoeaa
How about it r
Oct 28 Thomas Bush wife and
daughter Laura and Willis Rotzel ot
Greenford spent Sunday at Delmer
Roy Zimmerman contemplates mov
ing to WaBhlngtonville
G A Cook moved to Greenford Fri
day occupying the houBO vacated by
Charlea Coy
H L Rotzel has built an addition to
hla houBe
Ollle Calvin and wife o Columbiana
and Dan Lehman and Henry Calvin and
famillee visited at Harvey Calvins Sun
SsVTh Hat you wast ie at Naffr
To have a wimple copy of Tins Mahow
ino Dispatch a post card will secure
it And a dollar will boy the paper for
a year
InvariaMy la AdTM
I NO 31
Oct 28 There will be eervlces In tho
Lutheran church Sunday at -280 p m
Sunday ecbool at 130
Walter Carlisle was given a surprise
fiarty by hie teacher and schoolmates
aat Wednesday evening In honor of his
14th birthday The occasion was a moat
enjoyable ono for all Excollent re
freshments were served
Mrs Elizabeth Turner and Mrs
Lavina Lanterman spent a day last week
with West Austlntown relatives
Mrs Robekah Handwork of Watch
Corners Mrs Calob Baker of Sample
and Mrs Ell Meelmor wero Sunday
visitors at Frank Osborns
Frank Smith ot Sample was a Mon
day caller
Mrs L DoCamp visited at Frank
Decamps In Austlntown last woek
John Sanzonbacher and eon Luther
of Canfield were Sunday visitors at
Charles Sanzenbschers
Noah Lynn and Charles Sanzonbacher
attended the Pittsburg exposition last
Mies Mary Bush was a Sunday vlelt
or at Jefferson Mohermana In Austin
Rufus Price G W Byder nnd P B
RIblet appraised tho Klatlcr farm Mon
Smith Uros had a valuable cow dlo
last week
P B Rlblot has a pumpkin vino in
his garden with 23 ripe pumpkins on It
Wallace Corll wife and son Howard
ot CanQold spent Sunday at Austin
Mrs G W Strock and Mies R T
Osborn wero Sunday guests at W A
Osborns in GIrard
Mrs Bert Kennedy and Mies Emma
Brocbor and Paul Smith ot Youngs
town spont Sunday afternoon at Lennder
William Bush and family spont Sun
day with Frank Wanamaker of North
Edward Anderson and wlfo of Warren
spont Snturdny night at L DoCamps
Miss R T Osborn epont last Thurs
day night at M Klmcrlos In CanQold
Miss Thalia Tato spont a fow dayB
with Mies Anglo Stroup In North Jack
Mrs John Ncff nnd granddaughter
Marglo Ncff and Mrs Irvin Callahan
ot Canfield Bpent Friday nt Charles San
Cbarlca Zimmerman and family and
A S McCollum ot Youngetown woro
among our Sunday callers
Now Buffalo
OCT 23 Wheat has mado a decided
Improvement sinco tho rocont rains
Tho Boavor Township S S conven
tion in North Lima was well represent
ed from this neighborhood
Lloyd Snyder will quit farming hav
ing bought a milk business In tho city
Ho will bavo a publlo salo Nov 5
Mrs G Wortz who bos suffered with
Inflammatory rheumatism for two
wooks is able to Bit up a llttlo
Lota of potatoes being hauled through
horo to Youngetown
Somo good crops of potatoes were
raised about hero Loandar Longa
nockor raleod nearly 2000 buehcls
Potcr Shank and son over 1000 and
Honry Swank and son raised nearly
600 bushels on loss than threo acros on
tho Chubb farm
Adolpb Meeker and wlfo aro expected
homo this wcok from Michigan whoro
y visited two months
Homer Clabaugh 1b vory Blck with
typhoid fover at bis brother Franks
Boavcr township 1b going to pile up a
record breaking majority for ono ot hor
favorlto sone Ralph Beard Tueaday
for prosecuting attorney
William Wolkart and wife of Wash
ingtonvlllo and Mr Zovo and family of
Youngstown viBltod Mrs Carrlo Clem
ens Sunday
Now Albany
OCT 28 John Walker and family of
Salem spent Sunday hero
Some of our people attended the 8 S
convention at Concord Sunday
Tbo new school house Is nearing com
Jaa Leipper and family vUlted at
Warren Cooks in Goshen Sunday
Born last week to Alva Houts and
wife a eon
R E Slaglo had his corn fodder
shredded Friday
J M Murphy ot Salem was in va
village last week
Fred God ward and family returned
home Thursday from East Rochester
Mrs Fred Cost has been suffering
with neuralgia
Rev Swan ot Balem will preach hero
next Sunday at 3 pm
Mrs Rlohard Godward nnd daughter
Mabol ot Applo Avenue spent Friday at
Fred Godwarda
Lyman Sobnurrenberger and family
ot Wasblngtonvlllo spent Sunday at U
A Powa
Oct 28 Owen OrmBby and wife were
in YoungBtown Saturday
J Stltle and Wm Lynn of Warren
spent Sunday with Daniel Wltheratlna
and family
Cbas Johnston of St Paul visited
frloode and relatives here last week
Perry Akins of Burton epont a few
days laBt week with hla brother Albert
and family
Mies Myrtle Camp ot Warren spent
Saturday and Sunday with Misa Hazel
Mies Lua Johnson returned homo
Friday after ependlng eome time with
relatives in Conneaut
Mies Ethel Cramer waa tbe gneatof
Eiva Plpher 8unday
Several from here attended tho box
social at Leroy Beardsleya tSaturdajr
Berlin Canter a
Oct 28 Miss Josephine Ensign spent
Saturday and Sunday in Newton Falls
Dr H T Hawkins and family of Can
field visited at L E Hawkins Sunday
E E Hawkins and wife visited in
BriatolvlUe laat week
Misses Hannah Rakestraw Ella Jen
kins and Rhea Stanley were guests ot
B T Stanley Sunday
A Halloween social will be held at
tbe home it E Beckman Satatdar
night cT
L L Stanley was home froa Ml
Uulon over Sunday
Misa Llla Cover waa is AllUaoe
Mra Denial Geolta U YasstsM jm
oe4ly vleited sera
av Buries U iq T smjist tMs
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