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On iho part of Dispatch subscribers
who think well of tho paper would
accomplish wonders In extending Its
circulation It you have a friend or
neighbor who would llltcly ho Inter
ested In a purely county newspaper
why not ask him to enroll his name
on the Dispatch list
Terms 100 a Tear
LcniHol Moss cf Deorfield was hero
over Sinday
Salort girls appear to have charms
for sorlo of our young men
I L Frederick of Alliance was here
Saturday visiting his parents
A number of people of this vicinity
are suffering with summer grip
Mrs Alex Daley of Youngstown is
here for a few days among relatives
Miss Marie Townsond of Columbi
ana Is the guest of Miss Etta Roller
There Is a fairly good crop of hick
orynuts and hoys can he seen hunting
them in all directions
P C Boston Is delivering coal to
the PeerleBS mine employes from a
car mined at that place
The social of the Pythian sisters
held In Thorpes hall last Saturday
evening was well attended
Superintendent Moser of the Erie
and staff of division officials passed
over this division last Saturday
Master Leo Welkart of EaBt Liver
pool Is with his grandparents Mr and
Mrs W M Welkart for a few days
A number of old associates of An
gus Glrard paid their last regards by
attending his -funeral In Deerfleld last
C H Blackburn Is filling the posi
tion of brakeman on the branch pas
senger train while Mr Undorwood Is
taking a vacation
Kev Gross of tho Lutheran church
Conducted services last Sunday morn
ing and evening these being his first
services as pastor
Several of our townsmen are em
ployed In Leetonia although work in
that place is not so plenty as it has
been In years past
A B Mitchell of Carbondale 111
representing a mining tool company
of that territory was here Monday In
the interest of the company
Work is progressing rapidly on the
new scbool building plasterers and
painters are at work It is thought
the building will be completed on
A post card from the regularcor
respondent of this paper states he is
suffering from a severe attack of
rheumatism in Carrollton Hurry
back Pete
The Ideal weather of the past week
or 10 days have aided the farmers
in getting their crops harvested and
fall work done All crops in this
territory are better than the average
Dr O A Rhodes our only physic
ian has removed with his family to
Leetonia This is a very healthy
community hut when a physician is
needed Dr Rhodes will be within
easy call Leetonia being less than
two miles distant We wish the doc
tor well in his new field
Several good bags of squirrels have
been brbught in by local hunters the
past two weeks Most of the
rels are either fox or red and they
are becoming scarce
A number of people in this vicinity
have reported very large potatoes
This has been a great year for tubers
and the price should he low We
hear of sales at 50c a bushel
A number from here went to East
Liverpool last Saturday night to hear
Tom Lewis who has a place on tho
republican state ticket and was for
mer national head of the miners un
Peter M Herold is still In Carroll-
ton suffering from rheumatism but
word comes tnai ne is improving ana
hopes soon to be able to return to
the village where he has spent so
many years
Gas Is all right but it is a wise
precaution to have a little coaland
a stove in which to burn it when the
cold days come along next winter
Gas is sometimes tricky and plays off
Just when most needed
The Peerless mine and the Colum
bia Fire Clay Co plants aro working
steadily The Pairvlew and Salem
Co mines have not started operations
as yet although it is rumored they
will soon be running again
A special rate of 75c return trip be
tween Washlngtonville and East Llv
erpool will be In force during the
remainder of tho Sunday evangelistic
meetlngB Tickets good on south
bound cars 1120 am 420 and 520
p m only
The Leetonia Poultry Association
will hold their annual chicken supper
in Leetonia Oct 16 Remembering the
large crowd last year the association
have made an extra effort to have a
large quantity of eatableB ready Two
turkeys will be given as prizes
It wont be long now until tho child
ren of the village are called for study
In the new school building The new
bell was rung last week for the first
time and it is a safe guess that ev
ery youngster in town knows the
tone of it
A nunlr of people iro i bete at
tended the Rally Day exercises at the
Lutheran church In Leetonia Sundayi
A collection of oyer 600 was taken
up The purpose of the collection was
to prepare for the erection of a new
Sunday school building
There is no reason in the world
why this village should not be
brought back to Its pristine glory if
every citizen will got busy and do a
full share of boosting We need more
industries to employ our people and
they will como If gone after right
Representatives of tho Ohio experi
ment farm in Woostor are at tho or
chard of Ernest Roller north of town
tajtlng notes as to the betterment of
the orchard during their experimental
treatment this season The yield of
this orchard is large and the quality
is bitter than over before
The forests have nearly disappear
ed In this quarter of tho state It
on I r nttn oimwri that woodland Is
not profitable to tho farmer unless the
trees are young and will grow Into
money As pasture woodland is utile
good and it can be used for little else
unless the timber is utilized It is
sad tq think however of all the ma
lectio trees being laid jow
The bulletin of the pottery boost
era shows a gain this week and the
prospects are fair for the required
amount being raised for the locating
thia Industry here The Invest
ment is surely a good one and any
neron having a little money can bud
scribe and get any information on the
t it 4 Minrm
C H Welkart was In Youngstown
Mrs E S Freed and son Virgil of
Glrard aro visiting here
M Hlggins is having a cement walk
laid In front of his property
Frank Candlo and Carl Wolkart are
playing on tho Salom football toara
A party of ten attended tho Salom
opera house Tuesday night Beverly
of Grnustark being the attraction
The school board met In regular
session Tuesday evening The regu
lar routine of business was attended
The Smart Set club met with Miss
Grovor Welkart Tuesday evening Th
contest was won by Miss Mary Wat
Ease ball fans heio are jubilant
over the winning of the Boston team
In Tuesdays opening game all root
ing for the American league club
John Thorpe a student In Mt Un
ion college Is playing with tho col
lege football team He has made a
creditable showing in all tho games
J H Cox and Jas Dalglesh are em
ployed at tho new mine opening near
the Franklin and Salem road stop 5
on the Y O tho nearest railroad
Joe Fast is seriously 111 with ty
phoid fever Hopes for his recovery
were given up Monday A slight
change for the better was reported
Laborers are at work at the Salem
Co mine getting in readiness for
starting the mine within 10 days The
Fairvlew mine began operations Wed
nesday Both mines have1 been Idle
since April 1
C S Anglemyer will send an ex
hibit of White Minorcas to tho Hag
erstown Md fair to toe held the third
week of this month This fair has
held for the past five years the larg
est poultry exhibit for fairs In the
Welford Hutchenson of Youngs
town Underwent a successful opera
tion Tuesday for throat trouble While
In a serious condlton reports are for
his recovery A sister Miss Mae
Hutchenson of Chicago is taking
charge of his grocery business for the
ct 9 Mr and Mrs I H Good
man daughter Mabel and sons Myron
and iLeroy visited in Haselton Sun
Miss Neva Pregenzer and Arthur
Herron visited friends in Canton
Misses Nellie and Ethel Knauf of
Knaufvllle and Emmer and Irvin Coy
of Marquis spent Sunday afternoon at
A M Sigles
Misses Daisy and Esther Goodman
andSarah Loveland spent Sunday aft
ernoon with Miss Edith Lynn on Lynn
While gathering winter apples En
sign Baird picked an apple which
measured 03 Inches in circumference
the smallest way You can measure
It Ensign thinks not every farmer
can beat it
Callers at Morris Goodmans Sun
day were Mr and Mrs Jacob Rhodes
Mr and Mrs Elmer Hlvely Mrs Re
becca Dressel Mr and Mrs A M
Sigle and daughter Mabel of this
place Mr and Mrs Herbert Knauf
and daughter Grace Miss Dorothy
Knauf and John Goodman or ttnaui
Floyd Pregenzer and Arthur Herron
had business In Salem Friday even
I H Goodman and family spent
Saturday evening In Youngstown
Mr anJ Mrs Herbert Knauf daugh
ter Grace Miss Dorothy Knauf and
John Goodman visited at Wm Dres
sels Sunday
as Ina Esterly entertained com
pany iroin Alliance Sunday
Frank Curry of Greenford Is assist
ing Chauncep Gee with carpenter work
at Albert Sigles
Misses Mabel Goodman and Mabel
Slgle were Salem shoppers Wednes
Ernest Sigle of Poland spent weu
nesday and Thursday at his home
Oct 9 The Goshen grange fair last
Saturday drew a large crowd and the
display was fine A were well pleas
ed The proceeds of the fair were
The Missionary Society met today
at the homo of Mrs Thos Weaver
There was a good attendance Quilt
ing was in order for tho day
Word has been received that Miss
Elizabeth Vlckera of Alliance former
ly of this place is sick with scarlet
fever Friends all hope for her
speedy recovery
Mrs Williamson of Canfleld Is
spending some time at the home of
Homer Phlllls aud wiie
Mr and Mrs Howard Smith and
daughter Dorothy of Salem BpentSun
day with Harvey McDonald and wife
H w Justice had the misfortune to
fall from a ladder while picking
Ono lmb was Daaiy uiuibou
H Is able to got around
with tho
aid of a cane and a crutch
luiss Helen Doutt of Youngstown
spent Sunday here with her parents
H M Justice and family and J S
Weaver and family of Gettysburg L
B Bingham wife nnd son of Ells
worth spent Sunday with Thos Weav
er and wife
Mr Mack of Salem and Mr Galla
way of Boston spent last Thursday
with John Gordon and family
utr nnri Mrs Frank Vickers and
daughter spent Sunday with Salem
Mrs H J Burgett is visiuue hci
sister Mrs Cessna in Salem
George Elder and wife of Bunker
Hill wero Monday callers at Frank
Mm TflmfiH Baird of Bowmans Cor
ners spent last Thursday with her
parents u u uowwuu uu wrio
VEverybody either thinks he has a
mechanical sense or knoWH ho bad a
good singing voice when he was
SKrSw W mentioned Tna There is nothing more convincing
SivlouB issue 4f this paper tbau eloquent sllwm
Oct 9 Amos Molllngor and family
of Youngstown wero visitors hero last
Mr and Mrs Carey Shlvely of Ber
lin Center wero Sunday visitors at
W L Cooks
Miss Hazel Knauf returned to
Youngstown Tuesday to resume her
duties as nurse In tho City hospital
alter two weoks vacation at her homo
Ralph Slaglo of Youngstown visited
at the home of his parents here a
few days this week
Mrs Caroline Cook visited at M B
Templlns Sunday
Jack Johnston visited Mr and Mrs
Henry Calvin of ILocust Grove last
Mr and Mrs Fred Goo of Canfleld
visited at Lafayette Millers Saturday
Mr and Mrs Henry Hollabaugh of
Marquis visited their dauhgter Mrs
I Houts and family Saturday and
Mrs Elizabeth Long of Pasadena
Cal is here vlBltlns relatives
Leonard and Ward Mellinger of
Youngstown spent Saturday night and
Sunday at H J Metzlers
Mrs Rachel Keck returned home
to Youngstown Monday after visiting
relatives here a few weeks
Miss Hazel Knauf entertained a
party of friends from Youngstown at
the home of her parents Mr and Mrs
T L Knauf last Sunday
Clyde Johnston and family visited
relatives In Ellsworth last Sunday
Archie Gulp of Youngstown Bpent
Sunday at his home here
Mrs Will Houts was in Canfleld a
few days recently
Ernest Wilt of Toots Corners waB
a Calla visitor Sunday
Deweese Faulln assisted his uncle
J J Paulin Saturday
31 B Templin wont to Harrisburg
Pa Monday where he will attend a
meeting of the board of publication
of the publishing house of the United
Evangelical church
Miss Ida Schaal visited her parents
Several friends from Youngstown
were entertained in the homo of Per
ry Elias last Sunday
Mr and Mrs Mansneia aunn oi
New Albany and Mike Bller and child
ren Joseph and Florence and Mrs
EllzaJbeth Long of California were
Sunday visitors at H D Millers
Lewis Hendricks who was employ
ed In the Erie station here during
cation has returned home to Canfleld
and Is attending tne wormai couege
Miss Edith Culp who Is recovering
from typhoid fever was given a post
card shower last Friday It being her
eighth birthday anniversary She re
ceived oVer 100 cards
Elmer Bush Holben who was 111
is able to attend school jt
Miss Ota Paulin of Youngstown vis
ited at her home here Saturday
Mrs John Dodds and little daugh
ter spent a few days last week with
her sister Mrs Archie Culp
C W Hendricks has moved his
household goods to Canfleld but he
and his wife will continue to reside
Oct 9 Rev Hartmau pastor of
the United Evangelical church will
move into the parsonage the coming
Mrs Sarah ILawrence moved back to
the village
MndiRnn Sehlsler has moved into
the Conder house
Wm Smith Is now living in urarn
Crums house
Hfn fnnllH CVlnfor ii fl it
A nenne
dv have traded nropertles and moved Sunday
number of years was born and rear
ed in tnls place He was agent for
the Michigan Central until nis neuiui
failed at a station near Detroit His
wife father mother and one brother
preceded him Mrs Gallen and Norrls
Pennell of Cleveland Wm Pennell of
Sample and Mrs Eli Ebert survive
b Brunstetter who Is living at the
homo of David Anderson Is feeling
fairly well
Norman son of Orln Flick la able
to be out again after an attack of
Paul Wilcoxs house ono of the
most modern in this townsnip jb
about completed
Wm Brlckley who purchased the
tlnvber on the Schrum farm formerly
owned by Alex Ewlng la shipping
logs from here
Oct 9 Delroar Roller and family
spent Sunday at Will Bushs near Cor
Miss Edith Lewis is working in Sa
M G Huffman and wife were in
I nplmt Ornve Monday
John Wllhelm and family spent Sun
day at Andrew Oochels In Greenford
Royal Clay and wife of Greenford
visited at Walter Hlvelys Sunday
Wm Fejcht of Locust urovo caueu
tiere Sunday
M G Huffman and family visited
at C H Sells in North Lima Sun
Frank Chandler and wife of Lisbon
and H L Welkart of Canfleld spent
Snday at Josiah Welkarts
Some of our young peoplo attended
a social In Goshen township Saturday
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Oct 9 Mr L W Chenney and
wlfo of Youngstown were here Friday
Mr Bender of Youngstown was here
Lincoln Snook and son Porter at
tended tho Akron fair and vlsltod rela
tives thoro several days last week
Quito a number of young people
from hero attended a dnnco nt Price
town Saturday night
Jack Talbot of Youngstown and
Vera Plantain of Milton visited Miss
Suqio Force Sunday
Mr and Mrs John Gilbert of Dia
mond Mr and Mrs Wm Onstott Mrs
Jacob Helsel and sons Theodore and
Clyde visited Orris Moad and faraUy
W H Woolf and wife of Youngs
town called on Jas Weasnor and fam
lly and John Porter and family Sun
Wm A Cover and wife visited the
latters aunt Mrs McClure of New
ton Falls Sunday
Harry Kale and family visited at
Stanley Rakestraws in Berlin Center
Benton Kale Frank Porter and F
E Welsner attended the Akron fair
Ray Renkenberger and Harley
Swank were In Young town Saturday
Mr and Mrs T S Renkenberger
and granddaughter Theo Cattell call
ed on Blanco friends Sunday night
Esther Grace and Flora Eckis vis
ited their grandparents Mr and Mrs
Jas Weasner Sunday
Mr and Mrs Miles Smith of Ber
lin called on Mr and Mrs C E Smith
and Mr and Mrs Geo Swank jr
Mrs H M Orr and daughter Marie
called here Sunday after visiting at
Al Reichards of Diamond
Mrs Cal Beck Is seriously 111
Carl Florence and Ford Burkey
called on Burton Kale and Homer Hel
sel Sunday
Vern Thorpe was home over Sun
W F Renkenberger Mrs Chas
Smith and Mrs Geo Swank jr at
tended the sale of Dr Carson In Ber
lin Saturday J
Mr and Mrs E Kale called on
Mrs Barbara Stol Sunday
Dana Mead recently had business
In Newton Falls and North Jackson
Mr and Mrs MoCreary and famll
of Nlles and Mr and Mrs Jas Cess
na of Rosemont were Sunday callers
at W J Forces f
Mrs Jacob Helsel was in North
Jackson Tuesday
Mrs E Ernest and sister Ethel
McBride of Warren were recently at
their old home by the river and call
ed at E Kales and W J Forces on
their way home
O O Shlvely and family of Youngs
town are out- looking over their farm
trs CarrlsrRehefitarger of Youngs
town called on Mrs E Kale and Mar
tha Rosenbaum Tuesday
Oct 9 Wilson Harrold wife and
daughter Hazel and Mrs Sarah Shank
spent Sunday at Arthur Hlxsons
Wm Gels and Henry Hess spent
in Petersburg with Conrad
Mr 3 Mary Ann Hendricks returned
home Sunday after having spent some
time in Cleveland
Lewis Hamilton moved to iLeetonla
Adoiph Meeker and wife left Sat
urday morning to visit relatives in
Charles Heckman and family of
Youngstown and H C Crumbacher
and family oi East Lewlstown were
visitors at Mrs Lydia Heckmans
to same There will be a dance In Smiths
Mr and Mrs P C Schrum and hall Saturday evening Oct 12
Mrs Glen McMahon spent Sunday Misses Nettie and Lena Greasel
with Melvln Schrum and family near spent with Beatrice Elser
the Bears Den E u Mofl and family called on
Tnhn v navls and John Huffman Mrs West at East Lewlstown Sun-
wlth their wives spent Sunday with day
John Bishop and family I P R Messerly and family spent
Mrs Mary Creps -Mr and Mrs Sunday at Mrs Schnurrenbergers In
Brooks Sidney Creps and children or Greenford
Vnnnirstnwn nailed on Mrs Carrie
Schlfersteln last Sunday
David Schofner received word of
the death and burial of his sister
Mrs John T Hant of Roanoke Ind
Thomas J Pennell Youngest son of
the late John J Pennell died at the
homo of his brother Norrls In Cleve
land Oct 5 Burial took place Tues-
Irvin Hlxson moved Monday into
the house vacated by Lewis Hamilton
Jonathan Smith of Boardman spent
Sunday at Frank Clabaughs
Celestla Deltrick visited over Sun
day with Mrs Nathan Beiber of
Paul Moreau and wife spent Sun
day with Mrs Wllderson in East
day at Ann Arbor Mien Tne Mstown
ceased who was In ill health fqr a Mrs Wia Hlxson and two sons of
Pennsylvania are visiting relatives
Mrs Elizabeth Paulin of Woodworth
visited over Sunday with Clark Paulin
and wife
Perry Hlner moved his household
goods to Washlngtonville Tuesday
Curt Swank wlie and son Edward
spent Sunday at Freeman Ruprights
Harvey Baer spent Sunday at Sam
uel Baers
Attorney R A Beard and xamiiy ana
H L Beard of Youngstown canea at
Mrs Emma Beards Sunday
Oct 9 Mr and Mrs S C Rose
spent Wednesday evening with Fred
Clark and wife
Willis Shearer and wife of Indiana
visited lur and Mrs W A Reed last
Lincoln Snook and son Porter at
tended the Akron fair last week
Mrs Nellie Creed is visiting her
son In Pittsburg
Miss Vera Planton and Miss Helen
Parshall were in Youngstown Tues
George Reed Is taving tieatmentin
a Cleveland hospital
Edward Craig spent Sunday with
Canfleld friends
Mrs Helen Rose called on Mrb
Irene EckIs Saturday
Mrs Ida Glllmore spent Friday with
her sister Mrs Martia PIpher
Miss Ethel Cramer visited Duck
Creek friends Saturday-
Milton board of township trustees
met Saturday afternoon
Mrs Alfred Detchon leturned homo
Saturday V from n vUIt In Michigan
The conditoln of Mrs Charles Fenton
in not much improved t
Mr and Mrs Alfred Qetches are I
tbc parents of a baby boy
Ci Vl
Oct 9 The funeral of Mrs Carl
Denny a former south side resident
was held from her late rsldence In
Youngstown Monday nfternoon with
Interment in Oak Hill cemetery
The remains of Noble Lantermnn
son of Mr and Mrs Robert
Lnnterman of East Perkins were in
tened In tho Union cemetery Satur
day forenoon
Mrs Levi Little entertained
Youngstown relatives one day last
Frank Corll attended the Akron fair
a couple of days last week
Alexander Adams and wife of Ak
ron Bpent Sunday In the home of Mrs
Caroline Phillips
MIsb R T Osboin and Mrs G W
Strock wero Sunday visitors in the
home of Mrs Lois Osborn of Board
Beit Hopkins Otto Hoover E E
Miller W K Osborne and Smijth
Bros have filled their silos
Comfort Osborne of Rock Creek
spent Friday night of last week in
the home of Frank Osborne and Sat
urday In the home of G W Strock
Noble Anderson nnd family who
spent the summer on their farm have
gone back to their home In Youngs
Lester Baird papered the Lutheran
Mrs Catharino Corll and gland
daughter Capitola Crum and grand
son Donald Corll spent Thursday of
last week In the home of her son
Fred Corll of Youngstown
Mrs G W Ryder attended a meet
ing of the Ladies Aid society in
Youngstown at the home of one of
the members Thursday afternoon of
last week
Mrs ILols Osborn of Boardman was
a Friday caller
G W Strock is doing jury duty in
Mrs Nettie Painter and Mrs Ser
geant of Salem were Saturday call
Ear Corll spent one day laBt week
squirrel hunting in Hiram
Mr and Mrs John Wire Horatio
Rlblet and Joe Wright of Youngs
town Ell Frifogle of West Austintown
were among the Sunday callers
M K Boyle wife and daughter or
Youngstown spent Sunday afternooji
In the home of G W Ryder
Mrs Amelia Shields spent a day
last week In the home of J D Shields
in Youngstown
Floyd Miller Is attending Halls
business college In Youngstown
Oct 9 Mr Soles wife and two
children of West Morland county Pa
and Mr and Mrs Barnett of Wairen
were over Sunday guests at the home
off Fred Kline- Mr -Barnett and wife
returned - iome Monday Mr Soles
and family will spend sometimehere
with relatives
Mr and Mrs Myron Arnold spent
Sunday In Alliance
Forest Gensler and wife of Charles
town spent Sunday and Monday here
with relatives
f fiirfraif rr
Ra McKenzie and Albert Sishlei
of Masslllon were at their homes here
over Sunday
Oliver Barrlnger and wife of Ber
lin visited at Ward Eckenrodes Sun
Miss Mary Mathers of Wan en
spent Tuesday with her niece Mrs
Jesse Frock
Watson Powers and family were at
Waue Urichs Sunday afternoon
Willis Shearer of Ft Wayne Ind
spent several days last week at the
home of C A Rose
Fred and Forest Gensler were in
Youngstown Monday c
Miss Martha Rose of Niles spent
Saturday here with her grandmother
Mrs H B Rose
Mrs F E Burke and Mrs O S
Rose were in North1 Jackson Sunday
Win Parker and family of Youngs
town spent Sunday at the home of
Mrs Joshua Eckis
Mrs Fred Slshler and Mrs Free
man Hollabaugh visited at David Stit
les in Milton Sunday
J N Wilson of Warren who Is
spending a few days here at the Eckis
home will remain until after the sale
Mrs Fred Slshler visited her daugh
ter Mrs Dutterer in Boardman Mon
John McCleary and family of War
ren visited at James Cessnas Sun
Oct 9 Mrs
John Ormsby is on
the sick list
Mr aud Mrs H J Woolf were In
Kent one day last week
Mrs Grant Shreve visited her un
cle B T Stanley last week
Myrtle Johnson Phoebe Hoyle and
Harry Wilson were In Alliance Sat
Mr and Mrs John Hoyle and Mr
and Mrs O L Miller were in War
ren one day last week
Mrs S A Renkenbeiger and grand
daughter lone were In Alliance Sat
J W MoDermott died Thursday
evenlne after a long illness at his
daughters homo in Alliance and was
brought to North Berlin cemetery
Sunday for burial The funeral was
largely attended
Mr and Mrs T V Dodson of Alli
ance spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mrs B A Tubbs
irs iRansom Woodward was in Al
liance Monday
Charles Jewell has purchased the
John Dustman property and expects
to take possession some time in No
Mr and Mrs Roy Sargen mother
and little son Mrs Nettle Painter of
Salem and Dr and Mrs Patton and
children and Prof E Patton of North
Jackson and Miss Edna Painter of
Berlin visited at the home of Guy
Blough of this place Sunday
pr W T- Gudgel has purchased the
Ms Abraham Dustman place north
of town
Mrs John Dustman who has been
I Buttering from a fall seems o foe im
IprqylnByery slowly
Try theHhiPatcb fl year
Weeks Doings Recorded by a Corres
pondent Who Knotos How to Put
On tho Frills
Oct 10 Tho groat guns Howitzers
touched off here this week made
many windows rnttlo Even jet all
the Bmolre and powder smell have not
been dissipated It has ibeen a great
week for political blood and thunder
In the terrific bombardment there
were both bombast and hot nnd his
sing balls of Immense magnitude
Some hit the enemy id some went
wild falling in Slabtown and Now
Castle Tho hlp roarlng and reverber
ating conflict opened Monday evening
In the Grand Opera House when and
where the great Gatllngs Jimmy M
Cox and Congressman W C Redfleld
the latter of New York commenced to
shell and slaughter It is said Mr
Co who Is a printer and publisher
and warmly endorsed by the printers
union In Dayton was the moie effect
ive though It Is admitted Mr Red
fleld did considerable execution
Careful preparations had been made
chiefly in a meeting of the democrat
ic executive committee last Thursday
evening a meeting that was presided
over by ex Postmaster and County
Chalrmnn George B Snjder and in
which were nearly all the democratic
county and legislative candidates
among those who made addresses be
ing Dahl IB Cooper H L Beard Fred
Resch S L Clark Orvllle McCrillls
E J Peebles George Edwards Harry
Griilith Edward Moran C E Harris
named at the May primaries for
county survejor sent in his resigna
tion because he is lot a civil engi
neer the resignation being accepted
and Joseph V Cralnlch of this city
was named to All the vacancy
The second sanguinary saengerfest
regular republican was in the Grand
Opera House last Tuesday evening
when ex Prosecutor S D L Jackson
the poet prandial premerier presided
and was the chief orator or rhetor
ical piece of ordnance To grace and
dignify the stage Chairman J Paul
Huxley selected a long list of vice
While the Bull Moose have been
toucng oft quite a quantity of fire
works so far they have made no
such an uproar and illumination as
the Bourbons and the G O P may
be for the reason they are not well
supplied with campaign rhino or the
sinews of war especially when they
realize they have no ghost of a show
in the county and the state nor one
chance In 1000 of winning in tne
nttion It is true hosts rush to hear
Koosevelt but they would do the
same to hear Taft and do that iden
tical thing to hear WilBon The mass
ofi men who go toJiear stuniR spean
ers tgo through curiosity and to be
along with Ihe grand galaxy or -gang
Free speaking is like free lunch and
free beer It Is mightily magnetic
W S Anderson the widely known
and noted lawyer especially disting
ulsned In criminal cases last week
filed his nomination petitions as a
non partisan candidate for common
pleas judge the other candidates bi
ing ex mar Wm T Gibson demo
crat and Probate Judge David F
Grfflth regular republican each of
whom has been endorsed by the old
party organization and will be voted
lor in Portage Trumbull and Mahon
ing counties Mr Andersons peti
tions contain 1278 names All thiee
of the gentlemen being amply quali
fied their professional fltnoss any
more than character is not legitimate
ly debatable No doubt Mr Anderson
is the most widely known but Judge
Gilfflth has the advantage of the reg
ular republican party nomination and
endorsement while Air Gibson will
profit by the division or split his two
opponents will make in the ranks and
to some extent to the deflections -from
Mr Taft However no matter how
the favor falls the voters will have
good reason to congratulate the can
didate or victor elected to wear the
John R Squire who Is president
of tne Youngstown Automobile Club
was a delegate attending the National
Good Roads congress In Atlantic City
and has returned with the information
the sessions were very Interesting and
beneficial though he is Inclined to
think many of the delegates are us
ing the good roads movement for their
private political interests There is
little doubt about that for there are
few In politics who do not use lor
political ends all they can lay their
nanus on oouio oi uwiu uim at
tend funerals for sake of Influence
to catch votes And it is very well
known some go to church with the
same faudable object However there
is no doubt but these good roads meet
ings Incline to much beneflt tho
farmer and tho ruial districts If the
auto has done nothing else It haB giv
en and Is giving very many very ex
cellent highways streets and avenues
aet tho cood work ko on
Hugh Bonnell with a lino iarm oi
195 acres out on the Boardman road
about three miles from the city has
ono of the finest lot of squabs In the
U S he now having about 600 and
Is raising them right along for the
local and Cloveland markets He has
had the farm three years and a half
and even before theu took the raising
of squab pigeons for a recreation or
amusement at his home on Wick
avenue having a lot of homers It
was after his graduation from Yale
that he went Into the squab business
In oarnest and is making gooa ne
- - f
Is equipped to turn out
work promptly and tho work must be
satisfactory to the customer No dif
ference how Httlo printed matter you
use or how much this oHloo will bo
pleased to havo vour order Prices
are as reasonable as Is consistent
with tho service rendered
Invariably In Advance
NO 29-
Jones auditor of tho
Youngstown Sheot Tube Co over
since It was organized and a stock
holder In It widely know prominent
and highly esteemed died at noon
Sunday in Dr Seards sanitarium in
Cuyahoga Falls where ho had boon
for over a year suffering with anemia
and nervous piostratlon Ho was born
here Feb 19 1854 and here he lived
nil hiB life except when attending
Mt Union college His fatner Thom
as Jones a builder came to this city
from Lisbon Now Llsibon it waB then
In 1832 He was active In the build
ing of the locks of tho old canal and
died in 1872 In 1875 Wm B Jones
was married to Miss Mary Harris of
Lisbon She and four children sur
vive Mrs W C Brown Alliance
Attorney Paul J Jones Robert M
JoneB traveling salesman for tho
Youngstown Sheet Tube Co and
George C Jones of Fort Worth Tex
A sister Mrs W B Pollock Is left
also one of tho so sorely bereaved
Air Jones who was deeply Interested
in the citys growth and welfare wa3
once a republican candidate for may
or He was a member of the First
Presbyterian church and belonged to
the Masons and Clan MacDonald cap
able In business honest as the day
Is long engaging in manner and ar
dent in his friendships The funeral
was yesterday afternoon the services
being conducted by Rev D H Evans
It is the habit of some to speak dls
pnrlngly of the Italian emigrant and
citizen but there is much albundant
evidence evidence here to show that
he Is indeed very desirable The Dol
lar Savings Bank Trust Co hero
has between 1200 and 1300 Italian
depositors It is told of one laborer
that since Jan 27 1911 he has de
posited 540 While It is reported pe
titions have been circulated In the
mills urging congress to shut out for
eign labor it is a fact it is next to
impossible to get laborers to work
even with the wages increased from
li on up to as high as 250 for
eight hour dajs John Passarelli who
is tho manager of the Italian depart
ment in the Dollar bank says he could
not get five Italians out of 1300 to
work for 2 a day The Italians now
seldom work In gangs as formerly
but are doing he heavy dangerous
and auvance work in the mills It is
said that between East Youngstown
and Brier Hill there are between 12
000 and loOOO Italians the Mahoning
valley being one of the greatest Rat
ion centers in the U S Here where
may be more than half of them can
not lead or write they have an Ital
ian newspaper four or five Italian
doctors four or Ave bankers leading
business men of various settlements
one big one right in the heart of the
city many of them living thickly in
East Wood Summit avenue East Ray- i
en avenue and North Walnut Norths
Watt Adams Court Meadow Emer
ald Valley and Audubon streets as
well as many onAVest Rayen Poland
avenue Lansing avenue and Oak and
AUbert streets Few of them fake to
farming which they say they detest
They are generally industrious and
economical about their only luxuries
being olive oil weddings and funerals
At many of the latter they have a
brass band and fine procession Im
migration of them is increasing and
since July they have been arriving
here every day
Youngstown out Mahoning avenua
way is surely getting along into the
vicinity of Canfleld It Is town about
all the way anyhow This year al
leady 300 new houses have gone up
along the Mahoning Avenue extension
and about the Ohio Steel works
In a recent meeting in the First
Presbyterian churcn In Sharon Prot
Prower Symons of this city an em
inent vocal instructor and director
was engaged to direct the choral so
ciety being organized in the Key
stone city The first rehearsal will
be tomorrow evening
Something has been doing In polit
ical petitioning here Twenty seven
Bull Moose Iblanket petitions nominat
ing the republican county and legis
lative candidates on the progressive
ticket were filed Saturday with the
board of elections along with these
others That of J V Murphy W H
Woolf and John Schlarb candidates
for probate judge on the non partisan
ticket George Bates Socialist candi
date for stato senator The other
Socialist candidates were nominated
toy petition some time agov It is alBor
announced that L G Spencer of How
lanu Trumbull county has announc
ed himself an independent candidate
for stato senator In the 23rd district
he filing his petitions Saturday morn
ing tho petitions being tne names on
246 voters 11 more than legally call
ed for
From now on the reading room In
the Reuben McMillan public library
and it is a fine one Is to be open
every Sunday from 2 to 6 p m That
is surely as it should be for many
who go there to read would be lining
the streets if they had no such intel
lectual recreation offered or opeaf to
The following county residents were
named in the last venire for patlt
jurys responding In court laBt Mon
day Edward T Mitchell Gomer D
Evans John Hoffman Thomas Fitz
slmmons John Edmunds Fred E
Hubler F Homer Blackburn Hubert
J Syron Frank D Davis Enos West
baker John Dorsch J W Williams
Gust C Skoog Charles M Thorne
George Strode Youngstown H O
Lett and Hugh Gllkerson Coltsvlllo
township George Goodhue Poland
township Frank Urnlson and Bert
Sebring Smith township W E
is also raising fine horses cattle and patrlck Canfleld township B
hogB and com Next year he 1b go- erts and W JV Woodward Austin-
lng to give much attention to town township James Hann Beaver
agus He sells from 300 to 400 pairs township and Will Johnson Board-
p miti p nttine ti a nalr mnn townshin
Farmers theres money in them Get Michael Martini has sued John F
Finally the Bull Moose of this city
and vicinity have caught the opening
fun fever They have tented the Op
era House for the evening of Oct 17
when they hope to have Roosevelt
or Johnson to open things up H neith
er of them can be had then a loud
yell Is to be made tor uourne uoou
ran Smll J Anderson has written
State Chairman Walter F Brown that
nnmothines cot to he did oratorlcally
I jfpr old Mauoning r
i -
McCarron for i000 damages for In
juries alleged to have been Inflicted
In a beating at the hands of McCar
ron Sept 24 this year Mike ayi
he was beaten so badly his rJgbtisar
Is out of commission and hjs heads
hurts him continually Whisky might --
Violn fn It IK Bain DV B KOUUUIHMIt
here a sure cure tor iieadacho is to
Place a cap on a pot or peg iwmT
drink whisky till yo we two P r
and may be a plug- bat inte ft
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