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ADVERTISING BRINGS R8ULT8
When the columns of The Mahoning
Dispatch are used This statement
has been Terlfled by thousands of
pleased patrons in past yean For
the small advertiser the classified
column offer opportunities that none
can afford to overlook
VOL XLV
NO 3
BREEZY WASHINGTON LETTED
Dy Cen I It Sherwood
Washington D C April 11 Not
withstanding the copy righted essay
of ex President Taft and the publicly
expressed opinion of other best
minds of the party in power that
taxation be first considered it is now
announced officially that the first
business of the new congress will be a
nrntervMvfl tariff law Ttnl h hpnt
have figured the expense of operation
01 uio roads without deducting the re-
of the people- Only thirty five per
cent of tho people have a rateable
share and these are largely farmers
Sixty five million people in this tho
most productive country in the world
are within a few days of tho bread
line This is startling deplorable and
outrageous In a Republic like ours
supposed to be pledged to tho idea of
equality of opportunity for all our cltl
sens
nave returned to Washington In vigor- J
ous health and good cheer On the
return trip the boat stopped at the
British owned island of Jamacla in
the big Caribblan Sea where these
dry representatives laid in a supply of
bracing tonics far from the suspicious
scrutiny of any inquisitive prohibition
Hon of ilna Ifnilnr rfrtn for tiflupmn
all of the pommandments are obeyed
It has been some time since Moses
wrote the Ten Commandments and
if according to Commissioner Kramer
wo shall have to wait as long to see
prohibition enforced as we have wait
ed to see the Ten Commandments
observed a great many well meaning
temperance people will become pessi
mists If Moses was on earth today
and looked over the crime and divorce
records of New York and Chicago and
all of our cities he would not find
laid plans of mice and men gang aft more improvements in the morals of
agleo and the railroad question isj today under prohibition than ho found
now so critical that it may force the among the children of Israel 3372
right of way The railroad workers years ago Wo advise Commissioner
are represented here but not in such Kramer to avoid mentioning Moses
force as the railroad chiefs I have and the Ten Commandments In his
done considerable leg work and some future essays
lone dlfltnnm llstnnlnr In nrrtnr tn rot I There Is a controversy that mav
Sunday with Arlle Miller and family
Mr and Mrs Dayton Ennis spent
Sunday with Mr and Mrs Samuel
Gault
Urlas Yeager and H H McKenzie
called In Youngstown Friday
Mr and Mrs Arlfe Miller and Mr
and Mrs Mont Jacobs spent Saturday
evening with Mr and Mrs John Har
roit in Canfield
Miss Inez Gretsinger and Miss Ten
lessee Ramsay called in Canfield on
purposes or which touched so many
ln another paragraph he apologizes Miss Dorothy Burkey spent Sunday
for Violation of the prohibition law
on the theory that all reforms move
slowly He refers to Moses and the
Ten Commandments and intimates
that it will be many year yet before
with her narents I
The Geeburg school will glye a pro
gram April 29 in the afternoon
Everyone invited
Peach crop looks like a failure
This Paper Stops at Expiration of Time Paid For Please Renew Promptly
Eh
by
NiifiiAfKft
Washingtonville
Miss Carrie Woods scent Sunday at
the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Bal
lantine in Leetonla
Mr and Mrs C H Weikart and Mrs
O B Bossert called at tho home of
Mr and Mrs Fred Fenstemaker in
Palestine Sunday
Mrs David Kennedy spent Sunday
In Salem with relatives
Mrs Viola Baker is haying a new
porch built to her home
Mr and Mrs Adolph Belling of Lee
tonla were Sunday guests in the home
of Mr and Mrs Pete Fast
Mrs Ella Martin of Leetonla spent
Tuesday here with her sisters Misses
Anna and Blrdy Brady
Mrs George Shopard of Mlllville
the gist of the controversy Last become acute between the leaders in spent Tuesday with Mrs Louise Vig
week a hot telegram came to the xne senate ana House over the ncwnon
White House froni the workers of bill Senator Smoots plan to put Paul Vlgnon who visited In Youngs
Chicago appealing to the president to tax on sales of merchandise Is op- town the past week returned home
be heard Some of the railroad work- Posed by majority leader Mondell of Ralph Unger of Youngstown is
ers now in Washington claim that the house Mr Mondell comes out spending a week here In the homo of
while the railroad chiefs have had the against Senator Smoots plan in a Mrs Louise Vignon
constant ear of the president only i memorandum sent Secretary of the Word was received here of the
two of the representatives of the Treasury Mellon Mr Mondell pro- birth of a daughter last Friday to Mr
workers have been given an audience Poses increased tariff taxes and I learn and Mrs Raymond Storck of Wells
The Chicago telegram asked the that bis system has the approval of vlllc Before her marriage Mrs
dent to give the sixteen unions a hear- the ways and means committee Lot Storck was Miss Julia Simpson fer
ine and thev ftB if hi riwi I me quote his attitude merly of this place Tho baby has
- I 11 mi JU J i i I A XThIaIIh
Alio urumarv ana Kavernrnpnin fi uuun uauicu iiuianc
tho war This Js more than double Wm Smith and family and O E
duced cost caused by the discharge of llJ ll
so many tnousands of workers It is Srn
V i
B
U S he
oflcnly J0 dclarcdmZiar ain1
charged by workers that tho
whole scheme of the chiefs is to cut German Empire This is an alarming
wages below a decent living standard Proposition in view of the present de-
Pressed condition of commercial
This interests
controversy Uio general
public more than any nendlnf cues- ncs and 1dustry In the meantime
wjiiie xqe statesmen or tno senate ana i - o
on Pmr Tyndortoir a rinvainni 4
Swaf aredxeprSf LSTITVo M R
JWJ S S WSStftVZ0
nomicB He is non partisan and fair r 1TV T 1 1 ---- 1 1 Mr uivir of vo
Ho that our ble fitfandlnB army and navy tho
says sixty per cent of all the
weaith Is dn the hands of two per cent is ew irotary of tb tteasu1ry
rotary of tho treasury in this position
and It is not a wild guess that this tax
will be abolished It is duo to observe
hero that both of these cabinet
bers are taking it for granted that our
enormous military establishment Is a
permanent fixture
At tfafn WftMncv T it ant nr ivtnYint
Do not forget that the question of anywhere that there is a shadow of
criBls It is stated by good authority dio in the npnllnntlnrv Tuesday
nlwniiiQ
as a guest of Mr and Mrs nthan
venting some valuable views of bis Croft Monday
own He favore tho abolition of tho O P ioore was In Lisbon Tues-
tax on excess profits Secretary of
Commerce Hoover has lolned the sne 1 Mr and Mrs Wm Gabriel of Salem
for Harry to explain Clean up day
coal is involved in this railroad con- hope for reduced taxation for an Wfts with them last week and one of
troversy Coal is heat and light and narently Indifferent people the doings was to paint the auto
power coai today at the mines costs Wo are now informed that there
two and a half times as much as it did wjh be delay of some weeks before
before the war Who is responsible the pardon of political prisoners sen
tor this The mine owners They tenced during tho war will be con
have only given tho miners work for sldered Certain big interests voiced
20 hours a week The railroads con- bv hlc newmunem nnrt nhniion hv
sume from 25 to 28 per cent of the soft somo of thn lpnprs of no Amri sister Mrs James Needham
coal output The coal question Is in- Legion soldiers have been busy pro 1 Jo Tourdot son Eugeno nnd daugh
UlBMJJUUiy JIUtlttU Willi U1U
which sure was a good Job
Geo W Allen has installed a water
system in his property on Main street
now occupied by Lawrence Ackerman
Mls Eliza Tate after visiting rela
tives has returned to the home of her
that tho transportation of coal on all The Irish question has assumed pew I Mrs- Ei Gilbert was In Salem on
the roads east of Chicago and north of interest here since the report of tho Monday
the Ohio river constitutes 40 per cent committee of on hundred clvlne nn Howard Stouffer and wife began
of tho entire freight and that it is the account of atrocities and murder by housekeeping in the former summer
most profitable part of tho railroad
traffic Hence It Is inevitable that the
coal question must bo adjusted and
settled along with the railroad prob
lem Even the best minds not ex
perts In cither coal or railroads must
see this situation
The 125 joy sailing senators and
congressmen who went to the Panama
submits further evidence in corrobora
tion There is a strong sentiment in
Washington for free Jreland Just
last week 102000 was raised by vol
untary subscription 4o aid tho starving
to breathe tho untainted air of -two children In the devastated country
oceans and look through the canal
BOYER
April 20 Theron Sauerwein of
Canfield is spending a few days with
Walter Johnston and family
Mr Smith of California is spending
a few days with Sara Kurtz and family
Penrose Schaeffer and family were
in Columbiana Thursday
The literary contest held In Boyer
echoolhouse Wednesday evening was
well attended and the program much
enjoyed
Mrs Sarah Kurtz and Mrs Noah
Bixler spent Sunday with H II Lesher
and family
Mr and Mrs George Smith Mr and
Mrs Ray Smith and Mr and Mre
Charles Smith spent Sunday with P
H Schaeffer and family
Miss Sara Schaeffer and Dap Forney
were Sunday guests of E E Forney
and family
Miss Ruby Blosser spent Saturday
and Sunday in Youngstown
Miss Nora Boyer was a week end
guest of Frank Gelger and family in
New Springfield
The Triangle Club met at the home
ISLAND
April 20 Samuel Burkholder aud
family Daniel and Viva Summer and
Mr and Mrs Lester Detrow were Sun
day visitors In tho home of Mr and
Mrs Clarence Leshcr
Mr and Mrs Raymond Hoke and
daughter Oladys of Lisbon spent Sun
day with Alvin Detrow and family
spent Thursday TonTTr with Mr and
Bertolette spent Sunday at the TonT wLbi
try home of Mr and Mrs J J Estcrly nMiad vjf Jn Jm
daughter Kettle Mr and Mar Ben
near Columbiana
Mr and Mrs Geo Chappell Jr of STOtir
Salem are the proud parents of a son ZpL LZ l Af J
born Friday The new arrival has SSLu8 SS tt
been named George Vernon ASesYverJJSaB l
Mr and Mrs W E Roller visited
Arthur Cell of Rockingham county
Va Is the guest of his cousin Adam
Wenger and family
Mrs Susan Lehman is spending
some time with her sfen D R Leh
man and family
Mr and Mrs Sam Blosser and two
were Sunday visitors at tho home of V u v
Tv Toin death Friday even about five oclock
a i ng
Mr and Mrs Arthur Johnson I S 4 v
Mrs
M Simpson ta spending this T i
week at the home of her
1 ti t
son Bert r vL Z7 C
i Juciuiiiit 2UV hlic uiuaauife uju
HawHtin rol itS
home Tuesday evening with a seem
ingly new machine It was necessary
engine of their auto stalled Mr and
Mrs Blosser realizing they could not
get across each took a child and
Jumped Just before tho train struck
the auto completely demolishing It
NORTH LIMA
April 20 Dublin grange of Can
field will be guests of North Lima
grange Wednesday evening May 4
and faor with a literary program
I A number from this nlace attended
railroad testing hoping to have Eugeno Debs ter Isabel were Youngstown callers the literary contest held last week in
tho Boyer school house
Mrs Luclnda Hasncss received the
ladles of the Missionary Society of
Mount Olivet Reformed church in her
homo Wednesday afternoon for the
British soldiers of Irish citizens In horae ot Mr and Mrs F L Stouffer Uprll meeting A report of the
Ireland TIip TlrltlRli TCmhnssv oonlwl t Good news Was Drought Hero
these outrages had been committed day evening announcing Contractor E
sions of the convention of E O Classls
Society held last week in Brownlee
but Frank repeats these stories and E- Morgan had secured tho contract to woods was given by Mrs L J Rohr
LOCUST GROVE
April 20 Jtev H B Hazen and
children and Lucille Court ate their
Sunday dinner with J W Calvin and
family
S L Weston and wife were Sunday
agents And when the boat carryinE Visitors at Jiay Calvins In Greenford
this imposing array landed at Newport I Miss Prudy Freese Lois Roller
News Va in the historic waters where Isabel Hovis were in Youngstown on
the monitor whipped the Confederate Saturday
cruiser Merrlmac during the great Oscar Calvin and wife of Youngs
civil war the prohibition agents on the town spent Sunday with relatives here
docks passed the baggage as duly Allen Culp of Columbiana called on
privileged I F W Calvin Monday
rownt oo o Mrs Mary Roller and Mrs Nettie
Mre Mary T R Morslolr grand- alled M8 Will Barnes of
daughter of the author of the Star Map i Grove
spangled Banner Tancis Scott Key -
from her recent illness in the Sharon
a cleric in the department of labor
This Is a meritorious appointment ho1spitaL rtu1rn nomeSatudaiT
Now if hte will appoint Maud Howe Si1 CbS SS
n calln on Mrs- Barnes of MaPle
Elliott the daughter of Julia Ward
Howe to a bureau office in the penr v U Vc
alnn jlanofmiinl A laAU fiva JstnA Mr aUtt AITS
E I Roller were in
another patriotic deed The Star YoEBtoDATue8da3i
Spangled Banner and the Battle Hymn
Clark McClune of West Middlesex
of the Jtepublic both will live in the Sa ae5i1ifarUn Dre8sel and fam
lyrics or patriotism as long as this v J
RepubliO Shall live nnnnrran
National Prohibition Commissioner UBJSnUliu
Kramer is imitating the example of i
ex President Taft and has taken to APr 20 Mr and Mrs Wilson and
essay writing He prints an elaborate nTcloa spent Saturday evening with
essay in the April number of the -um f
Mr and Mrs Roy
lean Legion Magazine in explanation
of his failure to enforce prohibition
I quote p significant paragraph
It is my firm belief that tho Am
erican people in adopting the prin
cJpl of prohibition took upon them
selves the greatest and hardest piece
of work ever undertaken by any nation
since history began There never was
a governmental principle adopted
rfWhich was so radical as was prohlbl
Williams spent
nivA Mm nn In thfi Pnv hlchwav
through here We know of Mr
gan and his good work In this line
and feel the work will be well and
speedily done Wont it be a grand
and glorious feeling when this road is
completed
Wm Weikart has been employed at
the country home of his son Harry In
Damascus the past week
A L Taylor of Greenford spent
Tuesday eyenlng among friends here
Dr Huber of Lakewood will admin
ister holy communion at the Lutheran
church next Sunday evening All
members are requested to be present
Miss Esther Calvin of Locust Grove
was a guest in the homo of Mr and
Mrs Wm Simpson Friday
baugh A number of the ladies at
tended the convention
Mrs Wallace Sprlnkell is confined
to her bed by illness
J E Dilworth and family spent Sun
day with relatives in East Palestine
Mrs Harriet Grovo Is visiting for a
few weeks with her son Arthur and
family in Chicago
Mrs W L Kreps and family leave
this week for California to Join Mr
Kreps who has been in the west for
some time
The Young Peoples Alliance of the
Evangelical church held their monthly
social and business meeting Friday
evening in the home of Mr and Mrs
William Hllllah at Rukenbrod Stop
Lovers of music are looking forward
with pleasant anticipation to a musical
treat with the appearance of the Girls
Glee Club of Thlel College at this
place Friday evening Tickets are
being sold by members of the Good
Hope Luther League The program
will consist of vocal cnoruses trios
solos readings and a playlet by the
club
Pupils of the school have worked
hard to beautify the school lawn and
surroundings and have greatly im
proved its appearance Shrubbery
and trees have been planted and new
walks made
Mr and Mrs Solomon Grouse ex
pect to celebrate their fiftieth wed
ding anniversary on May 4 1A num
ber of relatlvesand near friends have
been Invited to spend the day with
gisnatcq
CANFIELD MAHONING COUNTY OHIO FRIDAY APRIL 22 1921
GREENFORD
A On T T PaIifIn va1 in trtt
OALLA
April 20 Anna Coy and Ruth Steib
attended tho county spelling contest
In Youngstown last Saturday
The Calla A C ball club defeated
the fast Peerless A C team on the
latters grounds last Sunday Score
G to 4
The community entertainment will
be held Saturday night April 23 in
stead of Friday on account of other
entertainments on April 22
Mr and Mrs E L Holben were in
Youngstown Monday
Harry Mercer and family were in
Salem last Saturday
Mrs L A Coy of North Lima is
staying with G C Mclntyre and chil
dren while Mrs Mclntyre Is in Salem
hospital recovering from an operation
A new blackboard was deliverer to
our school last Saturday
A M SIgle of Youngstown spent
Sunday hero with his family
Mrs Chas Cocbel and children
were in Youngstown last Saturday
Will Houts called on Coy brothers
one evening last week
Dont forget to attend the enter
tainment Saturday night April 23
An heir was recently born to Mr
and Mrs M Wenzel
Mrs Louis Steib was in Youngstown
last week to see her daughter Mrs
Grace Weimer of Girard who recently
underwent a serious operation in the
city hospital
ROSEMONT
them at their home in this place - nlr u0 ta
BERLIN CENTER
April 20 Mrs Elmer Wharton is
The last number of our lecture 1 Mr and Mrs Harry Wilson were in
course was given Saturday by the Alliance Saturday evening
Lyceum Singers and enjoyed by all Mrs Tllden Harmon returned home
Mrs Fred McEwene of Masslllon Is last Wednesday from St Elizabeths
spending some time here with her par- hobpital where she was a patient for
cms Mr ana Mrs iiavia Huffman 1 over five weeks
Mrs C F Bush of Youngstown spent
last Sunday with her parents Mr and
Mrs Rezin Charlton
A car coming from the west ran in
to a car coming north at the cross
roads Sunday evening turning it
around and breaking the steering gear
Jonas Knopp and J U Walter were
Canfield callers Monday
Raymond Yeager of Salem on Mon
day brought his car to Bush brothers
for repairs
The boys gave Mr and Mrs James
Rhodes an old fashioned belling Mon
day night
The Lutheran Ladles Aid Society
will hold a bake sale Saturday after
noon and evening April 30 at DIvelys
store
Edith and Ruth Roller spent tho
week end with friends in North Lima
Mrs J H Weikart and son Warren
were in Youngstown Monday
Several more householders in tho
village have signed up for gas in their
homes for heating cooking and light
ing
Services at Greenford Christian
church Sunday April 2i Sunday
school at 10 a m A G Coburn supt
The Bible class taught by M G Huff-
man and the Young Peoples class by
the minister Be on time and bring n
new member Church services at 11
a m subject of sermon Tho Place
of Personality and Self In Christian
ity Evening service at 730 sub
ject The Master and tho Servant
At the evening service the church will
be favored by a visit of several auto
loads of our people from tho Christian
church of Salem They arc coming
over to inspire us in our missionary
work and to tell us of the value of
society and union work H T O Blue
Minister
Mr and Mrs Roy Hillis aro the
proud parents of a baby daughter born
April 16
Mrs Totten of Alliance spent a few
days last week with her daughter Mrs
M E Cowan
Mr and Mrs Ralph Felslcy of Can
field -visited Mr and Mrs Ernest Vick
ers Sunday
Rev Caven will deliver tho Bacca
laureate sermon next Sunday evening
In thp M E Church High school
commencement Thursday evening
April 28 Miss Iono Ronkenberger
Mies Helen Brown and Richard Haw
kins are the graduates
Steve Danks sold his farm to a
Youngstown party
Emory Dlehl sold a horse to Akron
buyers one day recently
From Another Correspondent
April 20 Ernest Vickers who has
been seriously ill with blood-poisoning
the last four weeks Is a little im
proved
Prof Myers took Robert Caven
Dorothy Kuhns and Lois Summers to
Youngstown Saturday where they
took part in the county spelling con
test
The many friends here of John Cook
were grieved to hear ot his death on
Friday at tho home of his son War
ren where he had gono for a short
visit He leaves four sons His wife
preceded him In death about eighteen
months ago Funeral services were
held Monday afternoon and largely at
tended Burial was made in Bunker
Hill cemetery
Frank White is very poorly at this
writing
Mrs Axe has finished her school
work here and returned to Alliance
Mrs Tilden Harmon was brought
home from the hospital last week and
Is doing as well as can be expected
Mrs Wilbur Galbreath Is In Alliance
caring for her sister who has been
very ill with pneumonia
Miss Alberta Russell Is tho new
agent for California toilet products
Tho Fortnightly Club met Wednes
day afternoon at the home of Mrs
Bert Durr the spring like weather
and a good attendance lending pleas
ure to the gathering Tho afternoon
program consisted of roll call answer
ed by an original verso by each mem
ber and an original stunt by each
member which afforded much merri
ment Mrs Durr assisted by Mrs
John Driver and Mrs Will Summers
served a dainty lunch Next meeting
will be April 27 at Mrs Wm Cavens
BOWMANS CORNERS
Anril 20 Mr and Mrs Ott Dlehl
nnd children of Berlin and Mr and
Mrs Arthur Leynian of Concord spent
last Wednesday with Mrs Lavina Ley
man
Mrs Henry Balrd of Jackson town
ship spent Wednesday afternoon at
Dallas Bowmans
Mr and Mrs Ambrose Balrd called
on Jesse Stallsmith in Ellsworth Fri
day
Mrs Ella Brown spent Friday in
Salem
Ralph Balrd spent Saturday in
Youngstown
Teddle Bush spent Saturday with
Charles Shafer in North Jackson
Arnold Weingart of Patmos spent
Sunday at Earl Balrds
April 20 Mrs Schriner of Mr and Mrs Clyde Bowman were
town visited here over Sunday wjtn Salem callers on Monday
her daughter Mrs Wesley Williams David Slsco spent Sunday evening
Curtis Greenawalt and family spent at Ralph Bowmans in Berlin
Sunday at the home of Wm Middle 1 Mrs Ola Lear and daughter Viola
ton in Milton I spent Friday in North Jackson
Mr and Mrs John Negrotto and eon Mr and Mrs Charles Vasey and
were oyer Sunday visitors at J M children of Peach Hill spent Sunday
Arnolds at George Browns
G W Powers and wife were recent i Mrs Cook of Canfield is visiting
visitors at the home of her father in here with Mrs Ella Brown
I Mr and Mrs Harry Balrd son Don-
daughter aid and daughter Wessle spent Sun
Our school was represented in each Lucllle of Youngstown were Sunday day with Mrs Anna Davis in Waslu
grade and the high school in the fiBla flt tha home of Mrs Fronia inctonville
ly spelling contest ueiu Dtiuiruay in joso
Youngstown Glenn Burkey of Berlin spent Sun-
Mrs Charles Fe cester is recover- day here at the Home 0 Wade Urlch
ing from a serious illness Laura GenBler o North Jackson re-
Mrs J H Graf entertained thirty I cently 8pent a few days nere with
lady friends in her home Tuesday Betty Wilson
uub uv u ib Mr and Mrs Win Cessna ana Air
of Mrs Sarah Kurtz and spent the eve- served the hostess belnE assisted by a ri o inMr
Miss Ida Young ot North Jackson
spent Saturday evening with Viola
Lear
tEarl tBaird was a Salem caller
Thursday
Charles Slsco called on David Bare
Monday t
Perry Lear spnt a few days last
ningin playing games and presenting members of the Lutheran Missionary wllda ofnickory visited at Jos Cess- week with Charles Shafer in North
RoHotv
a nrojrram
Homer Schaeffer spent Sunday with I The epidemic of measles has about
E J Swope and family I died out and school attendance is
Miss Elizabeth Burkholder called once more normal No new cases of
Sunday at the home of R P Blosser scarlet fever haye appeared for Bever
and family i -weeks
John Cook of Alliance is spending a 1
few days with his wife Aif ancient law exempting homes
H A Schaeffer returned Friday eve- of the working class and nubllo em
nas Friday evening Jackson
Mrs Ohl of AuBtlntown visited here William Cessna of Concord spent
at the home of her father Freeman Saturday at Earl Balrds
Hollabaugh last Friday Mrs Ola Lear was a Youngstown
Mrs Barrlnger and daughter Hulda visitor Saturday
returned to their home here Sunday Orrle Slsco returned to Youngstown
after spending several days in Berlin after spending a week here wjth his
father
The annual county convention ot Comfort Sisco was a Greenford call-
ning from Maxatawany Pa ployes from taxation has been revived a r irittan RniWvor RocJctles will er last week
Farmers are beginning to hustle In in Rio da Janeiro in an effort to relieve te fceid in Warren and Nlles on May Earl and Roy Baird spent Monday
getting out spring crops the housing shortage 10 aD4 n glylng a day n city with Mrs Mary Ellen Hull
YOUR JOB PRINTrRQ ORDER
la certain to receive prompt a4
careful attention when placed with
The Dispatch Job printing department
in charge of artistic workmen whe
spare no pains in making every piece
of work handled meet the approval
of the most exacting purchaser
150 A YEAR Outside Ohio 200
OHIOAN INDORSE8
I COLOMBIAN TREATY
iL nlJ Senator Pomerene Pays Tribute
j i w j Ptinj n
to
ford last Thursday guest of her daughter Mrs Ward Hardings Attitude Toward
Mr and Mrs William Regal and Myers I Republic
grandson Robert Regal of Salem I Mr and Mrs J B Bardo Mr and
spent several days last week with Mrs John Dlehl and son Myron spent Washington April 14 Our presl
ter Callahan returning homo Sunday with Grover Dlehl and family dent under the solemn obligation of
day evening 4 Pnnflnlri his oath of office has seen fit to rise
Mr and Mrs Henry Lehman and I James Rhodes of this place and Miss I Mrs Lawrence Cowan and little above Dersonal and party controversy
daughter Edith spent Sunday after- Clara Mone of Cleveland were mar- daughter Marlon of Rosomont spent think only of his duty to our country
noon wan Mr ana Airs Harry no- nea at ner nomo last his Saturday afternoon with Mrs lArtnur and the world and urge the
waiter
Mrs O
monla
D Rowc is ill with
Mr and Mrs Homer Culp and son
Elwood and Allen Culpof Columbiana
Edward Calvin and daughter Lucy and
Owen Dlvely of Greenford and Mr
and Mrs Oscar Yoder of Locust Grove
called on Sunday at H H Calvins
Mrs Saloma Weaver and daughters
Agnes and Ida were Sunday guests of
Rev D C Wltmer and family
Elzlo Felcht and family ofWaBh
lngtonvllle called at Ben Weavers
Sunday afternoon
Mrs Sarah Kurtz and sons Elmer
sister Mrs Nora Crist and daughter Schlslcr tlon of the pending treaty thereby
neien oi Alliance were among we i Mrs S S Best of Alliance spent doing tardy Justice to the republic oi
gueets to attend the wedding The eevcral dayB last week with friends in Colombia I congratulate Mm and tho
bride and groom arrived at his par- this neighborhood t American people with all my heart
cnts home Sunday evening Best Mr and Mrs M E Cowan were in I rn those words Senator Atlee Pom
wishes to both Alliance Saturday erene of Ohio today Tald tribute to
Miss Florence Lemmon of Steuben 1 Tohn rook a hlehlv rfesnected pMini Wamn n TTArdlnrr n re-
viiie spent sunaay wim ner sister zcn 0r this township died at the nomo
misb lAiice L emmon 0f his Mn w W Cook Friday April i
airs j u itnoaes spent last rues- 15 Mr Cook was widely known
day with Mrs Viola Rhodes and jng been a thresher for over fifty
ily at Peach Hill ycars He is survived by four sons
Mr and Mrs Royal Clay son and Allen of Cleveland Otlmer Warren1
aaugnicr or aaicm spent tno week end and Harry of this place His wife
with Mr and Mrs Walter Hively
Mr and Mrs L S Weston of pump
who was Hannah Holman and one
son Elmer died a few years since
and Earl entertained members of tho ing station were Sunday- guests of W Funeral services at the home of War
Triangle Club and other friends at R Calvin and family ren Cook Monday forenoon were large-
their home Saturday evening Quite a number of Greenford school ly attended Interment In Bunker Hill
Miss Bertha Tcscher of Alliance pupils attended the county spelling cemetery
Edward Zellcr OI Sebring U1U Miss contest held at Youngstown last Sat 1 Ernest Vickers la reported to be 1m
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sta ror Washing- r Molllo Lehman urday
nieVxL t w Arrfii M wr were Sunday evening prwnBl
Z it urstiast train iney ac- XXrWAXJtant winifrprt tinker and MrV Oreltn tTppA BUPPW guests of Fred Bruderly and Mrs Lydla Sagiver and son Law- Miss Merle Bardo spent the week
LalnlAurcsfth0 MV aS5ymJSlB S IffiwM of Youngstown spent Sunday end with Miss Stella Jenkins in Deer-
ouwh1 moor ana meywcicomc r0Sftnv v i T u 7it i oi Ezra Knopp and family spent Sun here with relatives
HLr0 8S7t ir7 S M b Mr and Mrs Edwin Weaver
Il7vee armedTbyWXen rafroad
Hor8t called Norman Lehman Sun
managers at present are able to Uvo dep of tho house of representatives day evenhig in Leetonla on
Tho railroad workcra now hew dinvwill learn thatthere is to be no reduc 1 Mrs Emma Culler of Scbring is a n A M
lint rcj vjvruu uau t tuiuauig uvioc
McFeo and son
f f y aPBniaif70iT Zm Jm Uf w ft rmrf Donald of Comersburg were Sunday
worKer at congress Jtiau note tne -- uuuuiu uio - y nuests of James McFoo and family
figures claiming a loss of f 1167890 of before tho world war and that Clarence Tate and Clyde Hawn 1 gj fm d Pwl CaWn and
202 railroads for January 1921 are lxncrU6G of tto taxca crcatcd thof Verlln mX wcr pupuf at OakdiSe
In Berlin Center
father
misleading and incrorect While It is waf nor1ua aggresate is of JVh f76 wool and tholr tedher Miss Mary
conceded that tho railroads have lost cour the inevitable result of the they spent most of the time fishing DurkhiMSP attended the county spell-
business because of increased rates dne and n4avy aready to5 atltajen hi school
the railroad chiefs have discharged pJfvlded fr Neither the tax program town wcroguestB lat tto home 0 Mr YobunEstown Saturday
workers just in proportion to their f tho house or senate makes any pro- and Mrs WERoBer last Wday b
1 C R Holt and family Mr and Mn
or Jclng the enormous bur
Joss of business some 20000 i011 d f M prt
dca of taxation wm Holt and son Charles Mrs Geo
so long and persistent-
ing been discharged by the Zu
vanlayVm SncYwhWe McAndrews had a pleasant Sunday
Mr Men-
Lustra
alone Fz t twcntjr membcra fif
railroad chiefs have given a very fair p pj w u Samuel Piatt ntT Mr and Mrs Ralph SoM and Daughters Sunday school
s tw thousand millions
estimate of the loss of business they per year ex- Greenford Christian church
elusive of all tax burdens created wylam at Youngstown
field
publican for his advocacy ot the treaty
which would result In tho payment of
25000000 by ther United States to
Colombia as damages sustained when
Panama seceded and signed over to
the United States rights and main
tenance of a canal across the isthmus
Copies of many naval orders send
ing American war vessels to tho
Isthmus shortly before the Panama
revolution broke were Incorporated
by Senator Pomerene to show that tho
United States government aided in
preventing the landing of Colombian
troops to suppress tho insurrection on
the Isthmus imedlately thereafter tho
United States recognized tho Panama
Ian government
In my Judgment said Mr Pomer
ene after reviewing tho circumstances
leading up to tho building of the canal
ir tne people or tne united states
had ben consulted neither the people
nor the congress would have approved
the course which was taken by our
government and there would have
been no occasion to arbitrate
Individuals ordinarily do not secure
their contracts at the point of a gun
and nations cannot with honor to
themselves tie tho hands of a sove
reign nation while she Is despoiled of
her possessions then sharo in those
spoils with tho new possessor and go
into court with clean hands
Now senators let us examine tho
question from the viewpoint of Colom
bia herself We cannot doubt but
that her people believe they were radi
cally wronged
Whether rightly or wrongly sho
has lost 31500 square miles of this
valuable territory and 300000 of her
people with her rcvlsionary interests
In the Panama canal and tho railroad
whatever may be their value Sena
tors all this can be settled for all
time to come by the ratification of this
treaty the payment of 25000000 and
giving to Colombia the right to uso
the canal More than all this wo will
have proved to tho world that wo can
be just even to the least ot tho na
tions of the world
I know that theclalms which Co
lombia has been making since 1904
have been referred to as blackmail
Harsh language this If it is black
mail I have not yet arrived at tho
point where I have so little confidence
In the integrity of the world that I
would not bo willing to submit a
blackmailing proposition to arbitration
it it were necessary to get a proper
adjustment
Let us not forget in dealing with
this subject that whether right or
wrong the fact is that what wo did
In November and December 1903 has
so discredited the United States in the
minds of the republics south of tho
Rio Grande that they look with sus
picion upon every move we make and
our delay In making settlement con
firms that suspicion
I am glad of the opportunity to
vote for the ratification of this treaty
whose terms we are advised will be
acceptable to Colombia But I shall
always have one regret connected
with this affair It Is this While we
have conferred upon the world a great
boon by tho construction of the canal
for which the world gives and con
tinues to give great credit l regret it
Is not within my power to blot out of
the memory of man and for all time
the methods wo pursued in securing
title to the Canal Zone
Now and forever hereafter let our
shibboleth be Our country can only
work out her great deBtiny by doing
unto other nations great and small
as we would nave them do unto us
NATIVE OAKS MAPLES
AND ELMS SUPERIOR
TO FOREIGN SPECIES
That the oaks maples and elms of
native stock are superior to foreign
species for lawn and street planting
is pointed out by the department of
forestry Ohio experiment station Tho
American white elm is adapted to
alluvial soils lives to an old age and
Increases in beauty year to year It Is
injured by insects in some sections
however Landscape gardeners find
that nursery grown stock of the bet
ter 6pecles of shade trees Is quite
satisfactory In establishing new plant
ings Young elms oaks and maples
from nurseries are accustomed to
have the direct sunlight from all aides
and therefore are checked but little
when removed to permanent quarters
Trees are sometimes taken from na
tive woods and placed in nursery rows
ror several years before being planted
permanently
GOOD RATIONS FOR
FEEDING YOUNG PIGS
What feed should brood sows and
pigs have during the spring months
Tests at the Ohio experiment station
show that a number ot rations are
satisfactory lor sows with pigs that
nave access to pasture corn 14 parts
middlings three parts and tankage
one part by weight is a standard
ration When the pigs are old enough
to be fed a ration of corn seven mid
dlings two and tankage one part is
used before and after weaning Where
sklm mllk Is available twp or three
parts by weight ot sklm mllk to oae
of corn makes an efficient ration for
young pigs Another combination te
corn nine linseed ollmeal two a4
muueo juu part xms is tea wmwi
-the pigs are three to four weeks old
aud continued until the pigs weigh
about 50 pounds
Youngstown haw ihugs and plenty
of em accords to Ully report
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