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jOn tho part of Dispatch subscribers
Tvhb think well 6i thd paper would
accomplish wonders lrl extending Us
circulation If you havo a friend or
Aelehbpr who would likely bo Inter
i f ested in a purely coitrify nowspapor
v Why not nflk him to enroll his namo
ort the Dispatch list
i00 a ffear
A few vpeople from this section aro
attending tho Akron fair
Tioro Is now- much demand for
coal and mines In this locality In op
eration havo plenty of orders
There aro rumors of an approach
ing wedding which has not yet been
publicly announced Let the good
work continue
Work is progressing rapidly on the
now acnooi Dunning it will be one
of the finest -structures in this part
of Columbiana odunty
Considerable born has been cut this
week by farmers near the village
The crojT will bo large Wheat sow
ing Is abouball done although a
lew farmers have been delayed by
reason of the continued wot weatfier
At pottery would boom Washing
tonvllle right Let us all do our lev
el best to secure thlB industry wo
need plants of some kind fo furnish
employment to our people and If all
who can put a shoulder to the wheel
wonders may be accomplished
Your regular correspondent Inthls
place Peter M Herold who went to
hls old hdrhe the first of last mohth
Y has hot yet roturnedt He writes that
t he is jjsufljeiilng from rheumatism
and does not show long It will con
tlnuei f Is- likely he will riot bo
bacK until he is feeling better which
a host oPfrlehds hope will be soon
Interest In the Billy Sunday moet
ingS has become so great in Bast
Jjiverpool thai It takes all the seat
ing capacity of the auditorium to
accommodate the people of thatclty
This toeing true seats are no longer
reserved for outsiders and It Is- like
ly that the excursion rtaes In effect
on the Y 0 will be withdrawn as
people from the northern part of the
county will not so to Liverpool arid
take chances on gettitfg into tho aud
r itorlum after reaching there
Oct 2 Carpenters are busy in this
iocauty tarn Messerly and men of
New Buffalo arejerectlng a house for
Morris GbodmanT CfiaunceyGee of
uuDim is remouenng Sigles
house --
Missj Iria Esterly spent
ernoom witn jaiss Etnei Knauf in
Dan fBenninghoff and Red-
jfoqt of lieetonia called at Freeman
Morrl Goodman viBlted at Paul
rlMeSSerjys In New Buffalo Sunday
Mrs John Clay andson EarliMrs
Morris Goodman and son Paul and
juiiuur xuveiy were uanneia cauers
the- nnatWfifilt V
tjLif A Blgle akended the Palestine
airjjaJ3t week where Xe was th jiiiige
Misses Edna arid Daisy Balrd spent
Saturday at Clark Balrds
Misses Mabel and Daisy Goodman
and Mabel Slgle called at Mrs Sarah
Esterlys Sunday afternoon
Mrs Cora French daughter Anna
and son Homer of Patmos Ernest
Slgle of Poland Mr and Mrs Geo
Frederick- son and daughter and 3
3 Hendricks wore visitors at Urban
Moores aunday
Misses Elsie and Viola Cuip of Elk
hart Ind visited relatives at The
Corners last week
Mr and Mrs Ira Wilhelm and
daughter Sylvia of Woodvllle called
at Wm Pregenzers Sunday
Mr and Mrs Clark Balrd and son
Frank spent Sunday at John Ungers
I H Goodman and son Myron call-
ed on Ensign Balrd Sunday afternoon
Ernest Slgle of Poland visited at
his home here over Sunday
Miss Esther Bush and brothers
Dewey and LoRoy spent Sunday after
noon at Wm Pregenzers
Hugh Knauf called at Freeman
Bafrds Sunday evening
I H Goodman and family were in
Salem Saturday
Free Balrd did maBon work for
Albert Slgle Monday and Tuesday
Ernest and Mabel Slgle spent Sun
day pvenlng at I H Goodmans
Mrs Freeman Balrd and daughter
Edna spent Monday ati John Ungers
- X Octr2 Mr and Mrs Chris Weaver
and Mrs v John Martin of Elkhart
county ind are here visiting friends
and relatives
Mrs C Boyer and Mrs M Kline
were In Yoiingstown Tuesday
Misses Matttle Wenger and Oda
Martin visited at J M Knopps Sun
Farmers are busy filling silos
Mr and Mrs Josiah Lehman came
nome Sunday evening rrom tneir
trip to Canada
Elizabeth Wltmor died Tuesday
evening aout 8 oclock Funeral ser
vices will be conducted by A J
Stelner at the North LlmaMennon
Jte church Friday afternpon
- Sept 267 Defeayed rEdwln Weav
er and sIsterB yisited at Joel Blossers
1 Mrs Barbara Knopp and Alyln
i Knopp and family attended thoi Bas
i w singer reunion held at Rudy BasnJ
4 firs fluriday
f Martin Kline Is suffering with sci
alc irheumatism
Mrs 3 Bas8lnger and daughter
Adella called at Barbara KnoppB
uesaay afternoon
stelvln Coy and family vlsltedf t
Jnov Bowmans Sunday
Mrs David Biirkholder of Nappa
aee Ind is here visiting her slsteY
irs Elizabeth WUrrier who Is se
Krlousljr 111
s Wjn Detwiler of Ridgely Md yis
ited J M Knopps on y tlils yeeH
Harvey Horst and family vjslted at
DantWltraerV Sunday
i Vi
I Affinities
The dapner Httle ribbon clerk gazed-
languisblpgly Into the dark eyes
f the handsome brunette waitress
7snt It wonderf uj be gurgled
how opppBJtJes seera to be attracted
to each othktff t
dtsure lei agreed the beauty I
4ll nnlv nrtnitliol10liol1eaK
etinaniat the4luhohicouhteri oFiNl
r i r v m ar
V W fflwi
Oct 121 Mrs David Anderson and
brother F B Jones havo returned
home from Paulding O whore thoy
attended the funoral ot their neph
ow Hurry Itandolph who wasi killed
In a railroad wreck at Capo Glrard
ean Mo The deceaseds wife was
injured but was able to accompany
the remains to Paulding tuo place
oi uunui nnu wnero nor paronis re
side CharleB Randolph and wife
and his borthor Will were also In
jured and were taken to a hospital
In St Louis where they still remain
It is not thought thai their Injur
ies aro serious The brothers aro
owners of a circus and menagerie
and also had their own train ami
Vero on their way to winter quart
ers in saiem in wnere Charles re
sides Will is well known In this
place having lived with his uncle and
aunt Mr and Mrs Samuel Brunstet
ter from childhood un to Within a
few years since which time he has
been In the employ of his brothers
Frahk a brother of the deceased and
a sister Mrs Jacobs reside in
Youngstown x
Rev Brandyberry who formally
preached here recently visited with
ills son and family in this place
iMr Fesler and family have mov
ed back to Youngstown and Perry
Ohl has moved tb hls property vacat
ed by Mr Fesler
Burt and Clarence Pennell of
Youngstown with their wives re
cently visited he formers mother
uUrs Mariettle Pennell
Mr and Mrs Davis of Youngstown
and lady friend spent Sunday at the
home of Harry Dick
Miss Blanche Schrum of
town and friend Tom ISchrum of
Canfleld and lady friend spent Sun
day at tne home of P C Schrum and
Miss Mame iSchlsler of Canfleld
and friend called on the formers
sister Mrs Dan James Saturday eve
Rev Tovey 0f North Lima will
preach here fSunday evening
Mr and Mrs Grover DeHoff of
Austintown Charles DeHoff of
Yoiingstown and lady friend and Mr
Ackerman of Warren and two daugh
ters and son spent Sunday with G
W DdHoff and family
Miss1 Davis is vlsltng Miss Gall
RevV vMartln DeVaux of the Pitts
burg conference preached here Sun
day evening
Rev Peter DeVaux goes to Carey
Wyandot county and Rev Hartman
Is assigned to the West Austintown
About half of the potato rocp will
be lost by decay owing to so much
Oct 2 Clyde Barrlnger called on
Jacob Helsels Monday night
1 W F Renkenberger and Mrs Vera
Thorpe and1 son Richard called at
E Kales Sunday
Leew Rung of Youngstown spent
several days at the home of John
Porter and family -Hunting squir
rels was the way he spent his vaca
Hattie Mead was home from North
Jackson for a day recently but Is
still staying with her daughter Mrs
Clyde Orr of that place
E Kale had business in North
Jackson Monday
Harley Swank Roy Renkenberger
and Alton Williamson visited Homer
Helsel Snuday afternoon
iMrs Lance Allen and daughter
called on Mrs W J Force Friday
Viola Eckls EdnaHeiser and ZeHa
Kale were home from Canfleld over
J R Townsend of Salem was here
Frarik Porter was In Alliance Sat
Wm Onstott delivered dressed pork
to Canfleld dealers Friday Price
-10 cents per pound
Emory Kale and Homer Helsel
had business in Youngstown Friday
Minnie Flick called on her aunt
Irs Martha Rosenbaum Saturday
G W Swank sr was at the Di
amond iTlday
Mr Haun who lived on the Force
homestead several years ago is a
frequent caller In this ineck of the
Mrs Jos Cessna and son Delmas
of Rosemont called on her mother
Mrs Force Mondayi
Air and Mrs C Ey Smith and
Resin Swank visited Mr and Mrs
Geo Swank jr Sunday
G- G Slusser and Henry Kraup of
Louisville Ohio wereVhere in their
auto Tuesday
Farmers are busy sowing wneat
and cutting corn
Try the Dispatch fl a year
Oct 2 IMrs William Taylor is se
riously 111 with heart and
Mr and Mrs Harry Barnes were
Sunday visitors in this vicinity
H M Stallsmlthi is confined to bis
bed with stomach and bowel trouble
Samuel Welngart filled his silo
Or the evening of the 8th the
trustees of Bunker Hill will meet at
the church to make provision for the
care of the cemetery AH having
friends buried there or are interested
will please meet with them
ri J Greenamyre and C F Middle
ton are moving their saw mill west
of Sajem
Clias King and daughter Rada
spent Sunday at the home of his pari
Ir and MrBi Ea Rummel were
Sunday yisltdrs B I GreenstmyreB
Harrison Zimmerman will have a
sale Thursday He Intends visiting
some time Jn the west T
D F Regal sold liiS arm tq a party
In Salem arid has purchased a home
in Damascus where he Intends to
move about the middle of his month
Miyjjnd MrsAi Aklna of Tiger
undB F Regal and family were
Sunday vis tors at Will Klrtlans
Mary LeyrnanbBB been qultejjnck
e8tLwiBekfcVifUh n rabsiess fy
S hi
Oct 2 Mrs John Burns received
news of the serious Illness of her
brother In Greenville Pa and left
for Greenville Sunday morning
Clark Baor moved last Thursday to
th6 Nancy BloBser place
A boy baby came last week to
brighten tho homo of Mr and Mrs
David Longaneckor
Mrs West is quite poorly There
Is little improvement In Mrs Burk
holders case
H cT stouffer abandoned the coal
shaft and will cominonco this week
opening a mlno further wests
Clark Baor purchased from the Ren
kenoerger heirs the homestead prop
George Harter estimates his apple
crop at from 1000 to 1200 bushels
David Wunderlln of Salem spent
Sunday visiting friends In the village
Frank Crumbaehor Is employed at
the automobile hop in Salem
Mr and Mrs Frank Rohrbaugh re
turned homo f rota Michigan last week
accompanied by their Bon Rev Scott
John CrunYbacher was off dutv a
few days last week on account of
Preaching hero next Sunday even
Mike Blxler and family were guests
of Mr and Mrs David Longaneckcr
Almond Basslnger is teaching the
Beard district school and Clark Mel
linger is teaching In Struthers
Emery Bush and family of Green
township ylsted Sunday with Frank
Hazel Engler employed In Youngstown-
was home over Sunday
Isaac Love will be eninloved at thpj
Enterprise works In Columbiana the
coming winter nut his family will re
main In their present home
Employes on the brick road are
now receiving 2 a day
BrIckoa the North Lima road has
been laid from this end of the road as
far as to the homestead of the late
Solomon Coy
Unless H C Stouffer succeeds In
supplying coal from his mine a coal
famine is predicted for this vicinity
There are yet some fields of wheat
to be sown and ibut little corn is cut
Blighthas struck many of the late
potato fields and the yield is not
Several new hands have been ad
ded the past we0k to -the force Of
road workers
You should pend one evening In
the perusal of tthe Dispatch Corres
pondents will tell you what your
neighbors are doing
CctrfstErahkJ3Bboriivhas re1
mower mrs jaura osoom of An
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Lutheran church will give a chick
en supper at the church Saturday
evening Supper 25c
Mr and Mrs Steiber entertained a
number of Youngstown friends at a
corn roast last Teusday evening
John fink has purchased a half
interest in a large hotel in Mosler
Thomas Waflamaker Is spending a
few days with his brother Frank in
North Jackson Frank has been se
riously ill the past few days
The Ladles Aid society held an
all day session in the Lutheran
church last Wednesdays
Mrs Frank Osborne of the south
side spent last Tueday night in the1
home of G W Strock
Miss Hazel Ogllne of Canfleld has
resigned as teacher of the South
Side school
G W Ryder wjfe and son spent
Sunday afternoon with Frank Trigg
In Youngstown
A supper waB served In Memorial
churach Friday evening- Wesley
Brown and other speakers of Youngs
town were present
Pearl the two weeks old daughter
of Mr and Mrs George Fink died
Saturday evening The funeral was
held Sunday afternoon with Interment
in the Union cemetery
Mrs G W Strock and Miss R T
Oeiborn were Sunday visitors In the
home of Horatio Riblet of Youngs
A S McCollum ofYoungstown was
a Sunday caller here
Phil Riblet has filled his silo
Oct 2 Mrs F E Burke has re
turned from Evans City Pa whore
eshe visjted her daughters
Mrs James Dickson and daughter
Mildred of Youngstown and Miss Liz
zie Dickson of Ellsworth were re
cent guests of Mrs L U and Mrs
A C Howard
Mr Wallace Rose visited Thursday
at Mrs A C Howards
John Roth wife and daughter Hel
en visited at Harry RothB Sunday
Thaddeus Rose Miss Marie and
Kennth Howard attended the Howard
iHowell wedding un Salem lagt Thurs
day night
Trie social held In the hall Satur
day evening was well attended
Miss Hazel Miller of Youngstown
spent Sunday here with her parents
Dr Carson of Berlin called at Shan
non Rotofs Saturday
Oet 2 Mrs Clara Parshall spent
Sunday In Warren
The members of the different ap
pointments of the Berlin Center
chjrge were much pleased that their
pastor Rev C Millar was re
turned to them for another year
The ladles Aid Society of Orra
Corners church wlU meet at the hpme
of Mr and Mrs LIqcoln Snook Thursi
day pet 10
Myron Thomas and Ghauncey Her-
bertof Youngstown spent Sunday
wiui mnwaru uu uuiinea yfms
H C Ced was in Newton Falls
S C Rose called on F M Eckl3t
Siiridayt r J
Fj ank Ecka Is serving as a Juror
In Cleveland six weeks terrh
VWallacoBckisiand c A Manchester
wyWMto U4k on Utaav
Oct 2 Carlos Cover of Yofmgs
town spent Sunday here with
Mr and Mrs J L Wllsdorf started
iMonday evening on a trip to Califor
nia where they intend to spend the
winter with their daughter Mrs1 Joe
Miller N
Honor Carson of Mt Unlori spent
Sunday with her parents here -
Rtev W C Miller has returned
from Conference to remain as pastor
of the M E Church anotheryear
Seneca Hartzell left Tuesday
ing for Youngstown to be goheithree
Weeks -ii
Ernest Miller was home over Sunj
day J
Dr Carson and Amoj Hoyle were
In Alliance Monday -
Mr and Mrs Burt Durr are spend
ing a few days in Akron
Mr and Mrs Geo B Shrader and
daughter Sarah spent Sunday with
her people In North Benton-
Earl Hoyle of Berlin and Ella
zeli of North Benton were united in
marriage last week and went for
a honeymoon -trip to Nlaeara Falls
They reeturned home Sunday evehV
ing fk
S F Sweltzer was tntqwri Mon-
There will be a show hi towriWalt
0 aKviAw
Tuesday r IT
Mrs Hiills parents are very
IMrs Effle Smith and Gladys Mock
spent a few days this week In Alli
Ransom Doodward is very busy put-
ting up a new house
There is always Epworth League
at the Berlin M E Church Sunday
evenings commencing at 7 oclock
he leader for Oct 6 Is Harry Wil
son Program as follows Topic The
relation Between economic and moral
forces recitation Helen Hawkins
Elsie Smith select reading Claude
Cover Hazel Hoyle Phebet Hoyle
Fred Woolf select music Carol
Hawkins Mary Hyatt Honor Car
son special reading Llla Cover
talks on topic L E Hawkins Emer
son Woolf
Oct 2 Silo filling has begun
Wet weather has thrown some of
the farmers back with wheat sowing
Mrs S E Mackintosh of Salem
spent a few days last week with her
sister Mrs Bessie Campbell
Mr and Mrs S A Durr of Calla
Mr and Mrs Gideon Kllngeraan of
Rosemont were Sunday visitors of
Mr and Mrs Harvey McDonald
John Kerr and Freeman Halfley of
Salem spent Sunday at the farm
Miss Margaret Carr had one eye
badly cut last Saturday night by a
stone thrown by a small boy at the
grange oyster supper Miss Carr was
taken In an auto to Dr Hecks office
In Salem where her eye was dressed
It is hoped the sight is not injured
The members of the Goshen grange
gave a farewell reception to Mr and
Mrs Howard Smith and family last
Saturday night They leave soonfor
New York their future home
iMr and Mrs Chas F Roam of
Dixon 111 visited Mr and Mrs John
Gordon Tuesday
Thos Weaver had business In
Greenford Saturday
Russell Justice was home from
Canfleld over Sunday
The Misses Seubort spent Sunday
evening with Mr and Mrs Andy
Mr and Mrs James Balrd Mr
and Mrs C D Bowman and son
Bryan spent last Suaday afternoon
with Earl Balrd and wife
Goshen grange will bold a fair in
the hall Oct 6
Oct 2 iMrs Toney Clark and son
John of Youngstown were visitors it
N L Rothgebs a few days last weqJ
Mrs Elizabeth Goodman spent
some rf8ys with her ubna Mrs Eo
fiir4 Haney arid family o Hunt
Elmer Rothgeb and family spent
Sunday with Wm Gels and family Jn
Coy Bros of Columbiana drlllell
n well for I W Rothgeb last week
Scott Rohrbaugh and family of
Michigan and Mrs Frank Rohrbaugh
or jjiast topk supper at
E L Belbprs Friday evening
Forrest Rothgeb is threatened with
typhoid feyeiv
Miss Lydla Bieber palled on her
sister Mrs Jesse Lynhi Friday
Geo Rothgeb was a repent busi
ness caller Jn Youngstown
Geo1 Smith andfamjlyviaiteif at
Iw Rbtbxebtf Sunday
i AMrandtMrsHl4Wotiigeb were
j U T - -
Oct 2 Attorney H L Beard of
Youngstown called on his mother
Mrs Emma Beard Sunday
Elmer Rothgeb and family Ray
Smith and wife and Miss Jessie Mln
ard visited Sunday with W C Gels
and family in Youngstown
C A Loveland wife and son Har
old and Mrs iLucy Loveland of
loungstown called on Celestia Delt
rlck Saturday evening
Mr and Mrs Thomas Abblett were
in Canfleld Saturday evening
Miss Sarah Loveland of Marquis
called at John Elsers Saturday
Mrs Lydia and son Al
len spent Sunday with H C Cruin
bacher and family nearEast Lewis
Mrs Sarah Schnurrenberger and
sons Royal and Grover of Greenford
spent Sunday at P R Messerlys
Mrs Irene- Willoughby and child-
ren of Canfleld visited over Sunday
with her parents Mr and m nof
ry Swank
Paul Messerly was painfully injur
ed In an automobile accident last
Thursday night while returning home
from the East -Palestine fair A hlg
machine ran into his auto v
Will Barger and family of Board-man-
were local callers Sunday
i Mrs Perry Hiner and daughter
Clara spent Sunday with Pm V atcc
j tr
l S organw Vn J J
i iuib a- u jjion spenc Saturday
ana faunarwiIhjiermother whois
seriously IHfmearEast liriiibiwn t
Laston Frederick iyan ThomanT
ww ouu uiuiw juuii ana Miss
Hazel Hitchcock attended a party
given Miss Emma Kirk at her home
south of Canfleld Saturday evening
Celestia Deitrick tpent Sundaywith
bar McCartney and family in Marquis-
Mrs John Elser -ailed at Archie
Beards Sunday afternoon
Lewis Hamilton Is preparing to
move his family to Leetonia where
he secured employment
Try the Dispatch 1 a year
Oct 2 Mrs Lucinda Clinker sold
her property to Mrs Freeman Sltler
and has purchased a house and lot
in Youngstown She and her daugh
ter Mamie will move as
Boon as pos
sible and Mrs Sitler will move here
J F Straleyof 8olumbiana is
spending a week with Jay Glenn and
Clyde Brown and family of Youngs
town were Sunday visitors nf mf
A H Sell
Rev David Caldwell presiding eld
er of this district of the Ohio con
ference preached in the Evangelical
aaiuruay evening and Sun
day Rey Caldwell was pastor of
uie cnurcn nere auout eight years
ao and while in town called on
many old friends
Mr and Mrs Solomon Crouse of
New Springfield visited their daugh
ter Mrs Guilford Ramsey and fam
ily Sunday
Miss Pearl Ackerman of Wood
worth was the guest of Miss Mazie
Gilenn Sunday
There will be a snecinl mil c
vice in the Evangelical church next
feunday morning at 9 oclock AH
Rev Scott Rohrbaugh son of Mr
and Mrs Frank Rohrbaugh preached
for the Reformed congregation in
the Lutheran church last arj
The household goods of the late
aue Hahn were sold Saturday after
noon a number ef articles over 100
onlId WT m the 1Ist and these
brought good prices Many people
from out of town attended the sale
lh0 house was purchased by Mrs
Simeon Elser for about flGOQ
Ct 2H Hendricks
and J C
Ll taken to contract to build
a fruit bouse v and silo for Arthur
Keller south of Columbiana They
expect to be gone three weeks
Charles Ream and wife of Lonir
iBeach Cal are here clrculaUnf
among friends amU rplatlves They
lu jwwhu ju iflxson in
Miss Florence HemdriTiH
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An Independent Family Journal Devoted to the Interests fa f All Glasses and Nationalities
Weeks Doings Recorded by a Corres
pondent Who Knows How to Put
On tho Frills
Oct 3 Getting a little more lively
hero In politics Tho pot Is bubbling
consioerauiy anu in a month or less
for tho election Is just about a month
off the pots contents will be boiling
and slopping over And quite a
hodge podge soup It Is for there is
the big hunk of Bull Moose meat tho
Democratic Jerked Jack and tho reg
ular Republican elephant chuck steak
In this city bo far tho Roosevelt men
have been tho most active and the
democrats and republicans in the mat
ter of quietness or apathy have been
practically even Stephen One of the
notable political events was a letter
from Hon David Tod J P Hux
ley Chairman City Replying to your
recent letter stating that you wluld
like to know how I along with1 other
progressive Republicans feel with
regard to the present political situ
ation I would say that l believe that
now more than at any other time
tho Republican party needs Its
friends and I do not propose to de
sert It in time of need If there is
any part of the country which has
prospered because of the principles
for which tho Republican party has
stood and the legislation which it has
enacted Into lajv it is the Mahoning
valley I believe the Mahoning val
ley should stand by the Republican
party now I have not In the past
nor do I now at present agree with
some of the leaders in the Republican
party I believe that the party Is
greater than the leaders and that the
Republican party Is destined to tri
umph over any obstacles which may
be placed in its path by mistaken
leaders or by enemies outside Its
nanks It is my opinion that a man
may be a believer In Progressive prin
ciples and still remain in the Repub
lican party When the National Pro
gressive Republican League was or
ganized I sent a message to its head
principles for which it stood I be-
lleve now as I did then David Tod
One of the amusing stunts was the
warrant issued for Joe W Wess for
malicious destruction of property or
something equally flagrant for kick
ing against some adverse notice he
was given on the Socialist bulletin
board on the Diamond His appeal to
council not being effective Joe Is
represented to have taken the law In
his own hands and to have commit
ted assault and battery on the bulle
tin It was sUpposed Joe was better
seasoned than to kick about sarcastic
or Jocose remarks or little matters
joeiuy su uiiu sKiuueu as ne is some
over here think he should join the
A- W J3 A Sorosis or so into a
IUUUlBltiy r 1
It is announced that a lofcofr Bulli
Moose Ciceros are to be here during
the campaign among- them to be Gar
ford and the high mogul himself
Mighty Niinrod Theodore And local
Aloosemen of silver tongue are to
whoop It up in every ward in the
city and every township in the coun
ty Among these speakers are Billy
Lewis John Rogers Chairman Lyon
Joe Wess Deputy Sheriff E E
Wright City Solicitor Jenkins
Fred Fossett alias Harry Jones
accused of the murder In this city
Nov 4 191 early in the morning
of Patrolman Alfred Evans Is in
sane or assuming insanity in prison
in White Plains N Y Twice he has
tried to kill his keeper and has once
attempted suicide by batting his head
against the iron walls of his cell
Word has heen received from Colum
bus that there Is little or no doubt
but Fossett Is the murderer
There Is nothing slow about Mrs
oteve Mike and it would Beem she
doesnt need the ballot in order to
get along very well While her
Dand was In the county jail fori non-
support being arrested by Deputy
Mcuuney on a writ from Squire
Welsh Mrs Mike took her husbands
trunk filled it with clothing bought
on credit and jumped the town it
is thought she went to Detroit
George Pickerell formerly ot this
city now U S consul stationed in
Peru Brazil was in town a few
hours a week ago and was enter
tained at dinner by George A Baker
Tod House landlord Hon Randall
Montgomery and John P Hazlett He
says the supply of rubber next season
will be the greatest ever known In
Brazil he being in what is said to
bo the richest rubber section in the
world Mr Pickerell is the second
Youngstown man to represent the U
S in that country- The other man
the Hon David Tod who1 was the
Brazilian minister as well aa the war
governor of Ohloi
Tho Republic Rubber Co of this
city has authorized the issue of 500
000 preferred stock The capital
stock Is 10000000 authorized Au
gust 1 and something over 5000000
has been disposed of That fairly
well indicates what an Immense con
cern the ruher plant Is The presi
dent Is Thomas L Robinson
Quite a large number of local men
will take promlneat part in the next
meeting of the American Iron Steel
Institute in Pittsburg Oct 25 26 Bar
ton R Schqver Drier Hill Iron Co
will lead in a talk on Electricity in
the Mills and Stewart O Coey me
chanical engineer iere will read a
paper on Electric Power Production
and Distribution in the Mills Local
members of the Institute who wllj
att Vi end are j James A Campbell Ju
caller nere Xlnnnv ao V a XWUIBIlun J y JJ6eh
Monday rck Peter oordon w t Unwnrf
onWo Thomas McDonald James Grbsse I
iys yell so Sunday nlcht t rino home L ui T A w
JE tA Hughes Lewis Campbell and Bob
from church
An agreeable surprise arty was
held at the home ofsErisigri Beard
sley Wednesday night it ejng Mr
Beardsjeys birthday jyjenda and
neighbors to the numlief p B7gata
ered to reinlrid him of jhe occasion
and innrlo nierrv
Mjss Kate Crumbakerwaslhome
from Leetoh layover Sunday 1
Slight jfroat hero Friday and Sun-
day V 4 vT W
v ts -
ert Tlontlfiv
Finally the Erie R R has agreed
fsrrnally to eliminate the grade cross-
meo pKreement nas ap
proved by the Chamber qf Cpmmerce
JH a resolution presented by A Bt
Adams But lt vis oBe thing for the
Erl to agree- and another for it 46
go ahead with theellmlnatlpn
1Geoerge B puffmarT has Jjeei bound
oyer byjl acting jPolJc JudfceVHuey
p thelgrandjuryidptachargefhlgh
- l Xi
Kgeg r
equipped to turn out first claa
work promptly and tho work must be
- Satisfactory to tho ctisWmpr No dif
ference how little printed matter you
ue or hoW much this bluce will bo
pleased to havo vour order Prices
are as reasonable ns Is consistent
with service rendered
Invariably in Advnrte
NO 28
association will
have a business session andfc banquet
n tho Y W C A rooms the even-
f 1 7 wntn thero will bo
other efforts to get some gentleman
to accept the presidency which has
Pende2ln01 - Lloyd
Brier Hill has now a Merchants as
sociation whose officers are presi
dent M Lazerwltz secretary Wm
Youzwlok treasurer Harry Grobe
steln The chief nlm nf iim nODoio
tlon is to secure the prompt paymeht
of bills after every pay day
The plans of City Civil Engineer
F M Llllle for the elimination of
tho Erie grade crossings havo not
only been almost unanimously adopt
ed by the city council but were ap
proved by tho Chamber of Commerc
and are generally highly commended
In council Robert Barclay of the
fourth ward was tho only member
who voted no The city will -hurry
the work as fast as possible through
City Solicitor David G Jenkins who
will huve charge of the proceedings
In court Tho cost it is estimated
will be about 1200000 and for land
about 400000 or an estimated grand
total of 2165000 of which the city
will bo required to pay 700000 A
L Adams of tho Chamber of Com
merce addressed council by request
and among other things said the
plans were very satisfactory
Bull Moose Roosevelt should have
no cause to kick about race suicide
lu this city i the lncreaes In ittnml
ance In schools mnv h tnifon
Just basis It is found hv ho
enrollment that South High has near
ly 500 pupils and that Rayen has
694 and both expect still more this
term While schoolhouses are going
up right along all of them are crowd
The Western Union that for de
cades has had its offices on tho Dia
mond from away back In the days
of Jack uYost has moved to new
rooms and very commodious ones In
the Stambaugh building at the corner
of East Federal and Walnut what
used to be away down town but is1
gradually getting into the active bus
iness center C W Garver Is the
local W u manager and is very
energetic and capable and has put
in a lot of excellent ImnrnvRMiontsi
He came here over a year ago where
uo was manager lor 16 years
While H H Carlton a representa
tive of the American Auditing Co of
New York going over the records in
the City Hall found all in good shape
he advised they should be kept more
securely in a safety deposit vault
There Is a new P O route out ot
the city that will greatly benefit res
idents southfcof the city the new ter
ritory taking in Pleasant Grove
Kyles Corners Boardman Cooks
Corners Powers Way and the streets
jniiliatetion theood PPQ work
having beeh put through
master O P aided by his
men Jn the office Shaffer should not
be and likely Is not losing sleep4 on
aCOOUntof any Visions nr
of oirntWyrsWesk sucoeedlng iirii
for O P has certalnrymade and4a
muKing a model P M
George E Wendllngthe notedlec
turer who appeared here In the op
era house years ago when It- wasj
much the vogue to reply to Col Ing
ersolls Mistakes of Moses will de
liver a series of six lectures in
the Y AI C A rooms during the
week of November 20 His
topics now announced are Modern
iDouht Unseen Realities The
Hebrew Law Giver The Man f
Galilee Saul of Tarsus The Im
perial Book and Is Death the End
He is cultured and able but as an
orator he compared with Ingersoll as
a tallow dip to an arc electric light
It seems curious te some of the
vetB that so little Is seen or heard
of the old war hoss Jake Kalver In
politics He was once one of the
most picturesque and persistent la
fact Jake was practically an uninter
rupted performance such as one may
enjoy In these moving picture Bhows
ilt would be no small campaign ca
lamity to lose Mr Kalver
Last Saturday morning 20 jail pris
oners who had been Indicted by the
September grand Jury were arraign
ed before Judge Barnum defendants
as follows pleading not guilty Dav
id M Gllkeson manslaughter Alex
Capez second degree murder Mat
v I
WA v
thias Conrad second degree murder
H C Summers assault and battery
Lewis Kenledy shooting with Intent
to kill Milton Brown larceny Ed
ward Donnelly larceny Frank Bail
ey robbery George Rogers burg
lary Frank Alento criminal assdut
Gertrude Wilson larceny Charles
Houck larceny Louis Aiken crim
inal assault C W Metz asasultand
battery and carrying concealed weap
ons Mont Buxton pocket picking
Jaekson WhIte shooting with intent
to klll Jean Kelly cutting with
intent to kill Ollle Jackson burg
lary and Charles Marono pointing
firearms Tons Adams named in four
larceny Indictments waB not arraign
ed because a Roumanian Interpreter
could not be found Rlnehold
charged with burglary and said
to have burned the house and barm
of S C Mlljer near Sbringtbelossv
oelng 10000 at first pleaded not
guilty but later changed his pleas
and was sent to the reform school
for an indefinite term Hyronlmus
questioned by Judge Barnum said
he was not sorry for burning Miller
oat and did not think it wrong for
he said Miller refused to pay him 1
and ho had taught him a good lesson aia
John Manning burglary on advicav
or counsel w j neneaiy pleaded
Kuiuy ab xe
his case was
Bruce Hlvely
itt Rfirinnnitf fjinaneaiT i
postponed i tM W Vcf
aged 14 Jumped
a- school van In Boardinau township -2
and ran in front f an automobile 5J
r TV tt
driven byDK W H Buechrier He
-wt r
wua tuuuiueruuiv auri ann inn unn
tor brought him to the CJty hosnitalvi fe -
MedlcaJ Inspection ofthe puplhiofikv f 1
the city schools has beetfatarted Itfii lS
was exDectert Jliatilha tnnV nii1rt A i
rxurtnrmoA Intan t4f Uwllt
ten times
4 NThe reputolicaiiJeaHipalga wiUfof
JnthIAcl tyinextVTue4wltorl tt
grand opera houewhn numbr
f distinguish Kentlemea vlU
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