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THE MAHOMNO DISPATCH
ADVERTISING COLUMNS
ARE BUSINESS CREATORS
WASHINQTONVILLE
By Peter M Hcrold
llllnoia Glee Club at tbe M E Church
tonight
Snow shovels were in use Tuesday
morning
Hear tho Male Quartette and Bell
Ringers tonight
The Delmore coal elope works about
half time o iate
Isaac Brubaker has rented the John
Ii Wlsler farm at Midway
Tha Y i O promises to complete its
Hoe Into East Liverpool by Marph 1
Sacramental services will ba toeld at
the Mothodlst church next Sunday fore
nbon
Several hen rooata about town are
said to have been visited the past few
weeks
Frank Heaton tuned a piano at the
home of Geo Grlndle on the R P D
Tuesday
Bennett Johnson of Montrose Col is
visiting his mother hero and his brother
In Lcotonla
W A Cox Prank Frederick and By
ron Welkart are plastering a house for
James Jeseup in Salotn
David Summervlllo and wife of Gar
field spent a few days here with her
mother MrsJas Robrer
Tho 7moathB old son of Mr and
Mrs Samuol Housoholdor of West Point
choked to death on an applo ooro last
Friday
ThoC E Sooloty will servo loeoream
cake pie etc In Mrs Herrmanns va
cant store room Saturday night Ev
erybody wolcomo
F O Guy and family of Franklin
Square hayo moved to Texas whore he
owns a largo farm Honry Bullard will
movo to Ashtabula county
Toad Roller of Youngstown visited at
tho homo of his grandfather tho lato
Simon Roller and spent Sunday with
his uncle J L Fltzpatrlok
Ambrose Cobodesh was In a juvonllo
scrap Saturday afternoon and inoroasod
tho treasury II for assaulting Clifford
Paisley undor ordlnanco G2 f
Ed Girard and Poroy Totlow wont to
Columbus Monday to attend tho Stato
Minors convention but got thoro too
lato for tho Inauguration of Gov Har
mon
Mastor Edward Vlgnon has quit tho
high school to drlvo a mulo at tho Lix
uol mines but hopoa to comploto tho
courso whon conditions aro moro favor
able
Tho offlcors oloctod at tho Lutheran
church lost 8unJay will bo installod
next Sunday forenoon Mies Rhea Gil
bert was choson organist and Mies Etta
Holler chorister
P I Bllgor desires to thank all thoso
who contributed towards tho nurchaso
of tho lighting plant at tbo Lutheran
church and Invites tho public gonerally
to aoo tho Inside lights ovory Sunday
night
A largoly attondod china abowor was
bold at tho homo of Abel Tourdot and
vrlfo on High street Saturday ovonlng
whon many articles of houeohold utility
wore presented and an cnjoyablo tlmo
was had
W E Roller Is presenting bta cus
tomers with a souvenir slipper made of
china waro and tho Co op store has
prosontod Us patrons with a beautiful
china plate decorated with a calendar
for 1J09
Since tbo Y k O Is carrying mall
into other towns who will tako tho In
itiative and havo a pouoh mall dropped
off at this station And It this vlllago
Is not to have a waiting station tbo care
might aa well not stop horo
Those who come horo with suit cases
from dry tpwns after night havo loomed
that this village has no street lights so
that thoy now bring lanterns with thorn
In order to find tbe doBlred car stop
without tbe refrain Show mo tho way
to go home Y
Emanuel Stouffer underwent a suc
cessful operation for a tumor in his
mouth in a Cleveland hospital laBt
Thursday and le now getting along
very wel but must remain there an
other week Dr O W Hulln of Green
ford was present during the operation
The last oensuB reported 2161270
miles of puollo roads In tbo United
States and only 7 per cent of them Im
proved The BmaUeBt counties in Ohio
aro paying more than 8100000 oer year
for the privilege of having bad roadB
It costs nut little to keep good roads In
repair while bald roads cost practically
the same year after year Tbe U S
department of agriculture will furnish
free advice as to bow to keep out of the
mua
Another damage suit was filed lit Lis
bon last Saturday agalnBt tbe Peerless
Coal Co for 810000 by Isaac Ball who
bad hiB knee crushed in tbe mine Nov
7 1007 This is the seventh action now
tending against this company ranging
f n amounta from 810000 to 826000 and
If all are given judgments they ask for
it will take all the mine 1b worth and
then some The cases now pending
are For the killing of Wtn Brooks
and James Thompson the injured are
Samuel Washington Isaao Halt and
James Atkinson and those Injured by
tbe explosion are O E Holt and CbaB
Snyder The aggregate amount asked
will reach 100000
Max P Goodman who used all hon
orable means to get the Y O R R
into the business part of Lisbon and
was prevented from oolng so by the re
sistance of Attorney W S Potts who
used his influence without success for
tbe Y S will be pleased to learn
bat Bro Potts had another counte
nance put upon him last Friday by a
candy man named Floyd Gltmare from
Youngstown It appears that Gllmore
is fresh from college where the latest
athletics are In praotloe while Potts 1b
rather ruoty from ye old dopBtrlct ekule
where town bal and shinny were tbe
only diversions on the playing grounds
some twenty years ajjo
Mlse Emma Felobt a oonQrmed Inva
lid is In St Lukes hospital Cleveland
wbre she underwent a successful oper
aW last week Wednesday forenoon by
Dr Iurtz who has had remarkably
goad euGoeae with other cs from this
neighborhood Her sister Mrs A L
Taylor of tbU place was present during
tbe operation asd their sister Mrs ST
P Culp a ad her husband of island
were there the Sunday previous Her
brother Joaaa Feloht and nephew
Clint Taylor reside in Cleveland and
will no doubt take advantage of all tho
visitation days allowed at the hospital
Emmas many friends here hope for her
aoaadv jreooverv asd trust that many
days of sunshine and happiness areyet
m store lor nar lUMtre uu
Whe
Friday will bo pay day at tho mines
Dr T B Marquis of Lisbon was hore
Friday
No taxes will bo received after next
Wednesday without penalty
Sleigh bells and cutters are out but
tho sleighing Is not very good
Thomas Wilkinson and wife spent
Sunday with their son Jag in AUIanoe
J H Calladlne of Nlles and Joshua
Allen of Salem were in town Wednes
day
Born to Arnoldt Sohope and wife
Tuesday morning a son Meer lobe das
kinder
John Hlleman braved the weather
and came up from Lcotonla Wednesday
morning
Miss Sadlo Charlton of Poland visited
last week at the home of her bloce
Mrs Thos Grlndle
Thoa Wilkinson gives notloo that ho
Is prepared to romovo night soil for all
who need his services
This 1 the season when the beauties
of nature aro boat onjoyeti from tho
warm side of a window
The homo of Henry Shafer north of
town Is quarantined on account of his
two sons having scarlet fovor
John Berry will represent Welcome
Lodge K ot P at tho district conven
tion to be held at East Palestine Fri
day
John Woods is homo from East Liver
pool with a base ot grip And tho fam
ily ot Wtn Horron woat of town la
similarly nfillotod
A trolley league of ball teams along
the Y k O from Salotn to East Liver
pool and as far south as Steubonvlllo
1b now undor consideration
Mr ond Mrs Orllo Warner Miss
Myrtlo McNoal and friend Carl John
son of Unlonvlllo woro Sunday guests
at tho homo of Harry McNoal and wife
Anthony Wlsler waB in town Wpd
nosday morning and reported zero
weather at his placo and Jos Cox
Eortod ton below outsldo his groon
ouso and 65 abora Inside
Wm Washington has boon taking a
corrcspondonco courso In brick and
stonemason contracting Els fathor Is
a good mochanlo in thoso linos but HI
hoalth prevents him from working
Btoadlly
An cnjoyablo tlmo was had at Roso
Cottago last Saturday whon soma 85
juvonllos mot tooolobrato tho 12th an
nlvorsary of Charles Maxwoll who has
muny friends and associates about this
community
Master VVIUIo Shafornockor a pupil
In room 8 has drawn a romarkably
good map of Europe including tho
earthquake strlokon portion of Italy
and Sicily Tho map Is colored and
shows tbo political division
From Jan 1 1001 to Jan 1 1009
thoro woro 125 Insano porsons at tbo
MasBlllon institution from Columbiana
county maintained at a coet ot 810095
In most of tho cases guardians or rela
tives of tho patlonts hayo rolmbursod
tno county
A wrestling match lBancouncod to bo
hold in Allens hall Saturday night be
tween Young Olson of Nowark Ohio
weight 225 pounds and AdamErbo tho
hoavy wolght ohamplon of Columbi
ana county for a purso ot 860 and tho
gato receipts CO and 40 per cent
At tbo school board mooting Tuesday
night J L Fltzpatrlclc waa re elected
president and J N Paleloy was
socrotary Tho office of school treas
urer was dispensed with and tho board
acting undor tho now law will deal
directly with tbo bank A letter from
Auditor Cobournsot Lisbon was road
showing that somo 86000 worth of un
taxed property in this school district
has ovadod tbo proper authorities for
several years and should bo looked
aftor
Rov J D Nulton has favorod mo
with a post card view of tho now M E
Churoh dedicated at Adamavlllo Mus
kingum county last Sunday His let
tor accompanying tho picture appears
below
Adamsville O Jan 7 1009
Bno Behold Owing to your kind
ly Interest in whatever good Is being
done I think you are entitled to tbo In
olosod post card of tho new MECnuroh
wo are to dedicate here Jan 10th It Is
40x60 feet colonial In style with bowl
ed floor ond circular seals and costs us
about 85000 Tho project was sprung
five years agobut through some strange
ohurch hitch It failed to materialize
until tbe right button seemingly hav
ing been touched It has gone on stead
ily though slowly to completion
Tbe church is provided with beauti
ful art class windows such as are sel
dom seen in a village church Thoy are
5x10 feet of uniform size and provide
sufficient tempered light The window
in tbe rear behind tbe pulpit carries a
fine chaste figure of The Good Shep
herd It is lighted by gasoline chan
deliers and Boated with comfortable
pews which we have reason to fear
under the present pastorate may prove
vertlble Pullman bleepers Heat 1b
by coal furnace In basement coal being
convenient and plentiful here Tbe
outside painting is In a warm gray
trimmed in white The archlteot 1b H
C Meyer ot Zanesvllle
The dedicatory exercises together
with quarterly meeting occurring hero
at tbe same time will be in charge of
the Rev H W Dewey D D of Cam
bridge O district superintendent
In the history ot this society Blnce Its
beginning in 1840 many men afterward
notable in Methodism served it as pas
tor Tbe minister who conducted the
first communion service for tbe society
In 1641 was the Rev David Young un
der whose ministry about the year 1830
tbe mother of the present paBtor was
converted at Taylorsvllle Ohio
Our folks are all well Peroy is In
college at Mt Union Edith is at home
uaroia at uary lod the great new
Bteel town where he boards with Grace
and Verner Young is In the real estate
business there I suppose your sun is
still in the Philippines
Very truly yours
J D Nulton
Prospect Hill
Jan 1S Q E Clay has rented tbe
Perry Crockett farm at Toots Corners
and will move there April 1
E J Spencer was In Ellsworth Mon
day i
Mrj L B Bingham and sister MIbb
Jessie Bowman visited friends in
Youngstown Saturday and Sunday
Homer Clay ot Peach Hill visited rel
atives here Sunday
William Keels and wife of Goshen1
visited at E J Spencers Sunday
Horace and Monroe Qlay of Canfleld
were callers here Friday
B L Manchester of Apple Avenue
was here Monday
Try the Dlspaton 81 a year
alumina
Patmoi
JAN 18 David Bardo jr of Iowa is
here visiting his father David Bardo
and other relatives
Clyde Owens and family visited at
Fremont Mlddletnne Sunday
Jeaee Stallsmlth and wife spent San
day with her parents Howard Bardo
and wife
Mrs Robert Boyd who was critically
111 for several weeks is again ablo to
assist a little in tbe household duties
Reuben Owoob and wife of Nlles spent
a few days last week with their son
Clyde
Kegg spent 8unday hero with
her parents
The Infant son of Mr and Mrs Ralph
Bowman is quite sick
Sumner Mlddletonson of Comley Mid
dleton of Indiana and a former resident
of this vicinity Is here visiting
Mrs Maggie Regal is sick
Rllda Mlddleton and daughter were
in Salem Friday
Prank Walthman and family visited
at tho home of Walter LoonardSunday
Eliza Bradshaw and grand daughter
Theda spent Sunday at Will Middle
tons
Clyde Owens and Henry Stallsmlth
klllod a One beef last Friday
Clark Leyman and family visited Mrs
Stallsmlth Sunday
Edith Dotlmoro visited at L D Wat
ers Sunday
Mrs Mlnnlo Stollsmlth who has been
very HI the past ton days is improving
David War and wifo were In Salem
ono day last week
An excellent sermon was delivered
by Rov Bright at Bunkor Hill Sunday
Calls
Jan 13 The revival meetings con
ducted by Rov DoVaux havo olosod
Tho attendance was largo and much
good was accomplished
Henry Calvin G D Rowo and Luth
er Museelman with tholr families of
Locust Grovo spont Sunday with A O
Mussolman and wlfo who will locate in
Now Castlo
J D Paulln and family spent Sunday
at Warren Baros In Greenford
Frank Rogors attondod tho poultry
show J n Youngstown this wook
Howard and Ella Ramsey spent Sun
day ovonlng with tho Misses Miller at
Loveland
Ernest Holbon is attending business
oollego inCanflold
Clyde Johnson is working for O H
Paulln
I W Rothgob Is helping tbo Tomp
lln Sood Co mall catalogues
H D Mlllor purchased a fino now
horso
Saturday ovonlng Mr and Mrs Geo
Paulln woro glvon a surprises party In
honor ot Mr Paulins 62nd birthday
An oxcollont suppor was sorvod and a
most cnjoyablo tlmo wbb had by all
present
MIbs Edna Tomplln has returned
homo from Clovoland whoro sho spent
two wookB with relatives
MIsb Mamlo Johnston Is horo visiting
her slBtors and brothers
M Blxlor and family spent Sunday at
O H Paulins
Craig Slaglo wont to Youngstown
Monday to rcsumo work
VALUABLE PAPERS LOCATED
Cleveland Plata Dealer
Through the systematic Industry and
foresight of Ellaha Whittlesey soldior
and statesman u groat mass of personal
lotto re and documents of that emlnont
Obloanvcarefully hoarded by blm in
cluding papers of state and national im
portance have now como Into tbo pos
session of tho Western Resorvo Histo
rical socloty
Tho Btory ot tbo preservation of tho
tholr transfer from city to city
fiapors big packing boxes their narrow
escape from destruction and tbe round
about search which ondod with their
discovery in a Cleveland warehouse 1b a
remarkable one It illustrates most
forcibly tbe servico which an organlft
tlon Hko the Wcstorn Resorvo Histori
cal socloty rondors in looking out for
and gathering up tbo data ot critical
yeara of the countrys development
In early manhood Ellsha Whittlesey
tbe lawyer formed the habit of saving
motbodlcally every letter bo reoolved
ooplesot bis own replies legal notes
memoranda maps surveys and records
As mtjor and to Gen
Wadsworth during tbe war ot 1812 and
later as Btate legislator congressman
and controller of tbe United States
treasury under Presidents Taylor and
Fillmore he preserved war correspond
ence and documents now of great value
Among bla maps baa already been
found a rare one Bbowlng the disputed
boundary lineB between Ohio and Mich
igan Manuscripts of bis speeches
countless pbamphlets including valua
ble American and many copies of old
newspapers important to the historian
are also Included In the collection
Something more than a year ago
President W H Catbcart and Curator
A M Dyer of the Western Reserve
Historical soolety happened upon an old
record which stated that Ellsha Whit
tlesey had built a fireproof brick vault
for bis papers in bta village home at
Canfleld O In which hla later years
woro spent A trip to the old home
stead revealed tbo fact that William
W Whittlesey a son of tbe statesman
had kept tbe collection intact during
hla occupanoy of the place but It had
later been removed By whom or
where it had been taken no one in the
town could then tell
Finally it waa learned that a grand
son George B Whittlesey on going to
live in Chicago had decided that the
family documents would be safest In hla
own possession Relatives to whom
the dusty time yellowed mass was only
cumbersome Utter had advised burning
the whole collection After further
search tbe widow ot George B Whltle
sey was located on a visit to Cleveland
relatives Tired of paying Insurance
and storage on Grandfather Whittle
seys papers she readily gave them
over to the historical soolety and they
were at once transferred from the
warehouse where they had
been accumulating dust and grime
Ellen Whittlesey born la Connecti
cut In 17S3 came to Trumbull county In
1606 making the trip with his wife in a
wagon
Doubtless the greatest accession the
township ever had says one historian
In his office Joshua R Glddlngs and
Benjamin F Wade both read law His
long pUbllo career extended over tbo
administrations of Monroe John Qulnoy
Adams Jackson and Van Huron
During 1008 Rev Andrew Wilson
of Raveana officiated at 85 funerals
PERTINENT POINTS
POINTEDLY PUT
Lets have a snow Inspector
Earl why did you leave us
Tho city needs an official furniture in
spector
Our sohoolmarms are peaches but aro
they clings 7
Trumbull county oars should be equip
ped wlib jug hooks
Paul Fit oh may yet become the Oscar
Hammersteln ot Youngstown
It Is doubtful if Youngstown could
get along without Koreahan Morgan
If Billy Shaw over beoomes evangel
ized wbat a money maker he will be i
Whats tbe matter with annexing
Nlles Will you stand for it Judge
- A hundred bucks for selling booze on
Sunday I How stern the court hatb be
come
The average man would like to rise
on central time and quit work on east
ern time
Now that wo have a democrat gover
nor John Strachan Is Bleeping soundly
at night
Frank Jacobs Is having plans and
blue prints made for a now Parisian
spring suit
When a now railroad tries to go
through Youngstown it hits all tho
high places
If salooniBts soil to minors thoy cant
kiok because the dry sentltnont refuses
to disappear
It is gratifying to observe that the
muBe has finally discovered where the
Early road Ib
No poker room should be allowed to
open until tho olty oleotriclan has in
spected tbo buzzers
Tbo town must be In pretty good
shape for Councilman Flthlan has been
Ono hundred and costs makoa Bundnv
soiling a most extravagant Sabbath rec
reation it one 1b caught
Why not havo the Mahoning made
navlgablo and establish a Bhlp yard
horo Mr J G Butler
Fathor Tlmo dulled his soytho on a
hlokory knot whon ho taoklod Undo
Dead wood Dan Arnold
Tho aroma of garllo is onco moro
watting westward across tho Atlantic
and prosperity la oxpootod
It Is said thoro has boon a run on suit
cases In Nlles slnco that motbor of pres
idents weaned her oltlzone
Tho immortal gods holp tho legisla
tor who attompts to put our Senator
Davo Tod In tbo Ananias list
A largo amount of prime paving no
torial produced on Jan 1 1009 has
boon forwardod to tho Old Boy
Gotham now has an opportunity to
boo what a real handsomo specimen of
tbo maeculino gondor looks like
Dr Tlnsloy bollovcs vaudeville and
thoology Bbould bo kopt soporato It
certainly requires a genius to mix em
Tho ash piles In tho backyards of our
best citizens provo that tboy havo bad
a hot tlmo this wintor without oxoltlng
Our Jim apparently forgots that thoro
are a few consumers of pottory pig Iron
and stool in my distrlot Thoy hove
votes also
Hereafter whon tho polico pull a gam
bling den thoy may bo compelled to
tako along a pobso of roputablo oltlzons
as witnesses
Dr Tlnsloy Is right If Youngstown
is to bo ovangollzod let an appeal bo
mado to mans roason and not to hla la
tent hysteria
Youngstown laokB tbo proper supply
of rod blood corpuscles if sho cant sup
port a ball team Isnt that tho way to
put It Sammy
Dr Qlancharda praotico 1b growing
so big ho may have to rent a hall
Try tho Dlspatob doctor and cure tho
Canfleld chronics
D F for mayor Suro thing It ho
is elected Youngstown will have tho
lives executive any city over bad and
tbe beBt news producer
Is It worth while to pay twolve cents
a mile for hauling our legislators to Co
lumbus V You can haul a good edible
steer cheaper than that
If tbe clergymen of tbe city try to
convert their own churoh members
they will have a job that will keep
thorn tolerable busy until spring
Wo have a splendid chicken show
here this week but we think the com
mittee should have offered a gold medal
to tbo hen free from all taint of wander
lust
The opening battle between the wets
and drys ought to be a joint debate be
tween the two Drs John Kotholmer
and MaoCurdy What a crowd It would
drawl
Is our Jims defense of the Columbi
ana potters due to patriotism pure and
simple or due to the fact that Charlie
Speaker 1b an inhabitant ot Columbiana
county V
There is a great opening In Youngs
town for a jeweler who can put on tbe
market a watch that will keep sun east
ern and central standard time without
blowing up
Having blowed In 848000 of the peo
ples money for a low piece of ground
on the South Side without consulting
the people on wbat ground does tho
ooara oi eaucation expect tbe people ot
YoungBtown to vote to burden them-
Boivco wuu a uunu issue to Duua a
eonooi tnereou r Ibis
Ellsworth Station
Jan 13 Perry Dlehl Is serving on
the grand jury
Mrs Lloyd Allen Ib quite sick
Monroe Goodman was in Youngstown
Tuesday
Jacob Iserly visited acquaintances
here the first of the week
Mrs H W Spauldlng spent lastweek
in Canfleld with her daughter Mrs A
A Manchester
MIbs Marie Johnson Is ill with ohlck
enpox
H F Yeager was in Geeburg
aay
Several from here attended a oonoert
in Ellsworth Tuesday night
Earnest VIokers was a Berlin Center
cauer oionaay
New Albany
Jan 18 Mrs Eliza Myers bta gono
to ManBfield where she intends making
her home
Mrs Geo God word and Owen God
ward ond daughters attended a surpriBe
party given L A Coy and wife of Calla
to remind them of the 20th anniversary
of their marriage
Mrs Ell Houts has moved to Salem
The worst storm of the uuan nana
I Monday sight and Tuesday Mercury
registered ciom to zero tUs naralag
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An Independent Family Journal Devoted to the Interests of All Glasses and Nationalities
OANFIELD MAHONING COUNTY O FRIDAY JANUARY 15 1909
Damascus
Jan 12 -While Mr and Mrs Jacob
Phlllis were driving aorosa the Stark
Electric railway track nar the resi
dence of Henry Atkinson east of town
Thursday evening they were struok by
tho work car their buggy broken and
Mrs Phlllis severely hurt sho suffer
ing a bad cut on the back of tho head
Mr Phlllis and the horse eecaped Inju
ry This oar has no whistle to an
nounce its coming runs at Irregular In
tervals and Its near approach waB not
noticed Mrs Phlllis waa formerly
MIbb Tlllie Truckeass of the neighbor
hood of Columbiana
H J Windle ot Garfield who recent
ly leased the vacant room in the I O
O F block with intention of opening a
general store has abandoned his plan
and asked cancellation of tbe lease
Rumor has it that Mr Windle is about
to become nBsoclatcd with the Oesoh
Hardware Co at Belolt
One evening last weok Ernest Heston
and Charles Donges were given quite t
scare the incident fortunately being
unattended with serious result Mr
Heston on going homo had noted cas
escaping from tbo main along the road
way ana with Mr JJonges returned to
Investigate The latter was smoking
tho firo from his clear causing tbo es
caping gas to ignite They wero ap
parently enveloped in a Dame for a mo
ment or two but their clothing failed
to tako Dro Thev oxDerlanced somo
difficulty in extinguishing tho blaze
Chester Hartzeli tbe well known
North Benton man whose Buffering
from cancer of the stomach has boon
previously noted in tho Dispatch died
Friday Funeral rltos woro hold Sun
day Several friends of deceased from
Damaeous attended
Oscar Hoooes until recently a resi
dent of DamascuB Is lying 111 with ty
phoid fovor at bis borne in Salom
Students of tho Academy havo again
organlzod their literary society Into
throe contesting slaos as last wintor
each to glvo a sorlos ot throo entertain
ments tho ono making tho best show
ing to bo guests ot honor at a big ban
quot glvon at tho closo Tho MIbbos
Anna Haldcman Rosa Shrovo and
Blancho Groenawalt woro choson as
judgoB Tho first entertainment ot tho
scries was glvon Friday ovonlng
A C Phillips residing botwoon horo
and Bololt bB rented hie farm to Goo
SamB Mr Phllllpa Intends going to
California for a tlmo Ho will poon
havo a salo of personal proporty
Dort Woolf former station agent at
Garfield has moved to a farm fivo miles
south ot Damascus whoro ho will again
tako up arming as a vocation
ArobolauB Poarco ploneor wagon
makor of Damascus and ono of its old
est cltlzonn Ib critically ill from hoart
and Btomaoh complications
Isaao Hoostand and David Anderson
returned Tuesday from a wooks vlBlt in
Jefferson county
Tho annual mooting of tbo
Goshen Mutual Insuranco Co was hold
Saturday Tbo following olucori woro
chosen President Calob Hole socro
tary E E Wnlkor treasurer J B
Jones directors W M Hall and L W
Atkinson
Jobbo Edgorton of tbo Wilbur Friends
churoh has obtained a minute from tbo
church body to visit tho societies In
California and will probably soon loavo
on tbtB mission
West Austlntown
Jan 13 Protracted meetings
ducted by Rov O D Moyors aro
con
still
in progrcBS
Wm G Blott has roturnod to Dorolt
after a visit horo with bis parents
Miss Ida Schlslor has gono to Sebrlng
R O Rourko Sam Brunstottor and
John BUhop wcro In Youngstown Mon
day
Mrs John Scbafer and Mrs Wm J
Knight are Improving in health
MrB Wm Wagoner who was criti
cally ill is eomewhat Improved
Mrs John Ripples condition is not
Improving
Honry Davis of Cleveland is horo
having repairs made at tbe paint works
Randall Anderson was hero from
Youngstown Saturday Ho la having a
largo number of cattle fed for market
From another correipondent
Jan 12 On Jon 0 a very pleasant
surprise was given Mrs Lizzie Bauman
by friends in honor of tbe anniversary
of her birthday All had an cnjoyablo
time
I noticed In last weeks Washington
vllle correspondence that tho statement
was made that the word stomach does
not appear In tbo bible If Mr Herold
will refer to 1st Timothy 6th chapter
23d verse he will find thj word
There will bo preaohicg In the United
Evangelical church Sunday evening
Jan 17 by Rev P P DoVeaux
Mrs Ida Debofi called on her sister-in-law
Mrs Lizzie Bauman Thursday
Earl and John Bauman are in Nlles
canvassing for a grocery firm
Chestnut Valley
Jan IS Cbas Detrow and wife spent
Saturday with relatives nt Hickory
Mr and Mrs Arthur Schemmerhorn
were In Salem Friday
A W Cochel waB in Salem Friday
Charles Maxwell waB greatly surpris
ed laat Saturday evening by a number
of friends gathering at his home known
aa Robo Cottage and reminding blm
ot his 12th birthday At 10 oclock
Mrs Maxwell served the merry guests
with a bountiful lunch and at a late
hour the friends -took their departure
wishing Charles many happy birthdays
He was the recipient ot many presents
Lou Datrow and wile ot Salem called
here Saturday evening
Mary Wilhelm Is slowly recovering
Mr and Mra O Bush visited here
Sundav
Ellard Detrow and Hermann Coy
were in ureeniora saiuraay
CLARKSVILLE
Jan 13 Joseph Yeager Is employed
at Coy Bros coal mine
Warren Rotzel baa returned from Van
Wert where he spent three months with
his uncle Clark Callahan
John Rotzel and wlfo of Columbiana
Willis Rotzel ot Greenford and Miss
Mabel Knopp spent Sunday afternoon
at H L Rotzels
Leroy Kelly visited Leroy Huxley and
attended tbe farmers institute la North
Lima last week
Cbas Yeager was home Sunday from
Dublin where he is employed by Frank
Crockett
Marv and Edna Rotzel spent Friday
I is Graaatord
East L ewlatown
JAN IS Jonathan Harter has re
turned home
Many untruthful stories are afloat ta
regard to the recent school trouble that
the average disinterested person Ib un
able to get at tbe real facts However
it Is to be regretted that such condition
of affairs exist and the outcome will be
watched with deep Interest not only by
our own people but by neighboring dis
tricts No doubt hereafter will have its
Influence In tbe government of district
sohools
A surprise party will be given Chaun
oey Painter this evening in memory of
his 23d birthday
The school board mot Friday evening
The trusteos of the Union churoh held
a meeting at tbe borne of John Burns
Saturday afternoon
Preaching next Sunday evening at
the usual hour
Our preclnot was well represented at
the North Lima farmers institute last
week
Peter B Yoders condition remains
unchanged
A wagon load of mtddle aged and
young people from here attended a box
eoolal at Locust Grove Friday night
Our young people attended the Beard
literary Thursday eveqlng
Young people hero are talking ot or
ganizing a literary society
A Beries of meetings is being hold at
tho Midway church Rev Abo Metzler
ot near Johnstown haB charge
David Longanecker is preparing to
build a now houBe in the spring on land
purchased from P B Yodor
Jacob Koldalsh was in Youngstown
Saturday
Starting in on tho new year better
begin with tho Dispatch as your com
panion and know what is happonlng
around you
NortK Jacltion
Jan 13 Owing to tho illnoBs of Rov
Spaugy Rov Parquar of California fill
od tho pulpit at tbo M E Churoh Sun
day morning Ho preached an Inspir
ing helpful sermon Rev Forquar
and wlfo aro visiting at Dr Holos
Tho W C T U hold Its monthly
meeting at tho homo of Mrs Potor
Foulk Jan 7 Tho membership Is now
35 Tbo ladles bopo through thlB or
ganization to accomplish work for tho
tomperanco cuco in tbo coming local
option cloctlon Next meeting will bo
bold at Mrs W N Holes Fob 11
Under tho ausplcos of tho W C T IT
Mrs Mattlo Slater of Warren deliver
ed a fino temperance address two weeks
ago in tbo Christian church to which
exceptions woro takon by a local corre
spondent which called forth tho answer
ot Potor M Horold In last wooks D1b
patch which verified tho statements
mBdo by Mra Slator in hor address
Thanks to Mr Horold
Miss HocdorBon of Younestown has a
class of young ladles In training prepar
ing for tho silver medal contest to bo
glvon at tbo M E Church Saturday
ovonlng Jan 23 tho small admission of
10a will bo char Rod
Undor tho loadorshlp of
20 llttlo children havo been organ
ized in a Loyal Tomperanco Legion
band Tho object Is to teach them ear
ly in llfo tbo effects ot alcohol on tho
human body Somo ot those llttlo folks
aro preparing to holp In tho coming
contest in this county
Salotn
Jan 13 Rov J W Roynolds pastor
of tbo Christian church tho past year
has tondorod his resignation samo to
tako affect within four months
Mrs Florence Barnard dlod Sunday
aged 19 Sho gavo birth to a daughter
on Now Years day Tbo remains woro
taken Tuesday to her old home in
Champion for burial
A bull dog highly valued by its own
er Wm Watorwortb was killed by con
stable Johnson becauso it wbb thought
to bo going mad
Spotters havo been at work in tho
city looking for places where liquor
might be sold In violation ot law
Sunday Burgeons amputated a foot
that for years had caused Mary Phillips
much Buffering
A largo piece ot bono was removed
from Paul Sboehans left log laBt Sat
urday Tbe lad had suffered from tu
berculosis ot tbe bone and it is hoped
the operation will effect a cure
Mrs Mary Koll was 09 years old Sun
day She is In cood health and tho
oldest person In tbe city
January la getting into the winter
g Bme
Foreigners who have been yanked up
for illegal liquor selling and handed
stiff fines will probably want to get out
ot local option territory But they
would not bo much missed
Greartfard
Jan 13 T O Rhodes of Pittsburg Is
visiting relatives here
Mrs W I Hahn is suffering with
pleurlBy
Craig Slagle ot Calla visited Will
Barnes Monday
Mra R B Lewie who has boen very
ill with nneumonla was taken to the
Lakeside hospital at Cleveland Mon
day
Horn Sunday to Mr and MrB W
P Coy a son
Revival meetings at the DUclplo
ohurch aro well attended
Dr O W Hulln was In Cleveland
Monday
Mrs Maggie Geffert ot Richmond
Va Ib visiting at the home of her par
ents Mr and Mrs Casper Schaffer
Sleighs and sleds out today
Joseph K Grlffla will glvealeoture
In tbe K of PHall Saturday night
This Is the third number ot the lecture
course
Toots Corners
Jan 13 The old saw mill has entire
ly disappeared snow now covering its
ashes
Chas and Rebecca Ewlng called on
Hugh Knaut and wife Saturday night
Albert Sigle and O J MeBserly at
tended the farmers institute in North
Lima Saturday
Freeman Balrd and wile spent Sun
day at S A Durra
G w bigle wile and daughter at
tended the 30th wedding anniversary of
JU A uoy ana who at uaua ttunaay
Clark Balrd and family were Sunday
callers at John Ewlcga
Cblckenpox Is reported at the honaa
I H Goodman
Several Grangers from here attadd
an oyster supper in Groesford Tuaiaay
night
IP YOU WOULD LIKE
To have a sample copy of The MA 3
ino Dispatch a poet card will eeeure
it And a dollar will buy tho paper tor
a yean
Invariably la Advase
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NortK Lima
Jan 13 Wm Sahli opened a butoher
shop Monday in tbe market house
Youngstown to be operated in connec
tion with tbe one here His son Archie
conducts It
Miss Myrtle Thoman of New Buffalo
spent several days last week at the home
of W C Gels
Rev Henry Graf moved his family
here Friday and occupies the Lutheran
parsonage
C A Summers of Grove City Pa
yislted his family here Saturday and
Sunday
Mr and Mrs Andrew Blaok of
Youngstown visited her parents Solo
mon Menlzer and wife Sunday
Emanuel Helndel of Youngstown was
tho guest of relatives here Sunday
Mr and Mrs John Dunn were tho
guests ot her parents at New Spring
field Sunday
Born Monday to Mr and Mrs Ho
mer Sprlnkel a daughter
Miss Cora Thoman ot Struthera Is
spending several days hore with her
aunt Mrs Luclnda Hasnese
J8o DU worth and family wero
YotrgBtown visitors Sunday
Miss Meta Llpp of Youngstown visit
ed hero Sunday
Simon Kollar ot Columbiana visited
hla parents Sunday
There will bo preaching In the Evan
gelical church next Sunday night
MIbs Pearl Ackerman of Woodworth
was tho guest of MIbb Mazio Glenn Sat
urday
Tbo farmers institute hold horo Fri
day and Saturday was interesting and
profitable Tho following aro resolu
tions -
1 That wo horoby express our appre
ciation ot tbo efficient and practical in
struction given by our able stato lectur
ers Goorgo E Scott and P Z Blue
also to Ira Sohnurronborgor A A
Stahl ot Greenford J B Chambers of
Youngstown Prof Orr of Columbiana
Dr Coy and Rov Pugb of Can fi old for
their ablo and practical talks
2 Resolved That wo deem tho com
mon quail tbo farmers frlond and that
It should bo removed from tho cIbbb of
game birds and accorded tho Bamo pro
tection that is glvon other song birds
3 RoBolvod That wo express our
thanks to tbo officers ot our lnstltuto
for thoir faithful and ablo offortB In ar
ranging an interesting program
4 Resolved That wo ox press our
heartfelt thanks to Prof Hulln and
MIbs Houk to our high school pupils aa
woll as others who assisted In furnish
ing euoh well choson and flnoly rondorcd
muelo which was appreciated by all
5 Resolved That wo favor tho bills
now boforo congress respecting tho
rural parcol post and tho postal savings
banks
0 Rosolvod That by tho unuBual
Interest manifested and largo attend
ance at thoso sessions that wo bog tho
Ohio Stato Board for anotbor Institute
to bo hold at this placo in 1910
Respectfully submitted
B b KOIILEIt
E N Beakdslev
C F Stafford
Commlttco
Cornersburg
JAN 13 Tbo compliment of a pleas
ant surprlso was extended to Mrs M
A Osborn and hor son W K Osborn
at their pleasant homo on the South
81do last Thursday night Tho ovon
lng waB pleasantly spent with various
kinds of gamos until 11 oclock when a
tempting luncheon was served from
well filled baskets which tendod to mako
tho evenings pleasures comploto Tbo
guests numbered 35
Rufus Price has recovered from a
Blight paralytic stroke
James Dumpby has recovered from a
slight Illness
James Ewlng of North Jackson was a
Tuesday caller
Joe Wharton Is spending a tow days
with Youngstown relatives
Roportcd that tho south side will Boon
havo a first class butcher shop
Miss Mary Buab has returned from a
fourweoks visit with Loetonla rela
tives
O O Hull and wlfo spent tho latter
part of last week with the latters aunt
Mrs Lydla Glfford of Warren
Mrs Roy Osborno spent Monday
night in tho homo of F S Osborne at
Youngstown
Paul Mesaorly of New Buffalo was a
Wednesday callor
A genulno surprlso stag party was
given Thomas and Owen Corrigan at
their residence on the South Sldo Mon
day evening tho following gentlemen
being present H N Starr Leander
Moherman Roy Osborno Joe Clay W
K Osborno Frank Osborne W M No
ble Clyde Corll G W Strook E E
Miller Thomas Armstrong and Austin
Crum Tho evening waa pleasantly
spent pedroand clncb being the fav
orite games An exoellent supper waa
served at midnight
Mra G W Strock and Miss R T
Osborne spent Sunday with the formers
aunt Mrs Elizabeth DaCamp of
Youngstown
HicKory
Jan 13 Quito a number here are
suffering with grip
David Cronlck had a good driving
horse die last week
Sterling Doutt haB typhoid fever
Sam Shaffer and family took dinner
with Burt Durr and wife last Sunday
Mrs Jas Cessna has gone to Diamond
to see her brother who is quite 111 with
appendloltlB
Wolter Vickors is hauling logs for
Jas Shelllday
Wm Cessna spent Sunday with Dia
mond relatives
Mra Michael Durr is visiting friends
In New Garden
Job Evans of Beaver Falls was a call
er here last week
Dublin
Jan 18 D L Manobester
from YoungBtown Sundav
was oyer
Isaao Clay visited at C A- Gees Mon
day afternoon
Fred Cramer received a car of cattle
from Chicago last week
John Sharp and wife and Stewart
Sharp and family spent Sunday at Sam
uel Burkeya near Poland
The Ridge Knautvllle Dublin Saw
ing Co have moved their outfit to Hen
ry tlunta woods to saw slabs
John Martin and wife spent Moaday
at O A Gees
We extend hearty cocgratulaUoas to
the Just Married
Kent Coagregotloaal enuM ac
toadad a oall to Rv Henry Jaaaw w5
has beaa praaahlng ia KawtWAaUsV
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