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ADVERTISING BRINGS RESULTS
When the columns of The Mahoning
Dispatch arc used This statement
ias been verified by thousands of
pleased patrons in past years For
the small advertiser the classified
column offers opportunities that none
an afford to overlook
VOL XLV NO 17
WASHINGTONVILLE
ton
Mr and Mrs Walter Warner Mr
and Mrs Frank Warner and children
6pcnt Sunday at Myers lake Oanton
Mr and Mrs Joe Deckon and fam
ily of Canfleld were Sunday guests at
the home of Mr anu Airs weri uejane
Johnon
ir
This Paper Stops at Expiration of Time Paid for If You Want It Continued Please Renew Promptly
fflhp
Willard Christian was In East Pal
estine Monday
t TnmAA TTri Ta T54 Phai
drl Bosscrt of Columbiana spent iimri 1 njt iMe
Sunday here with his parents iant day6 outlng at tho Scotoh cnlc
Mr and Mrs C H We kart and n dora park ast Saturday
daughters Mrs Effle Gilbert and Miss Mr and Mrs Harry Grln1e and
Clara Welkart spent Sunday in Can- daugner of LoCUst Grove spent Sun-
ISLAND
A short
GREENFORD
July 27 Mr and Mrs J It Reich-
ahonitiQ
ELLSWORTH
July 27 Dale Kimmel of North
stadt are visiting his sister Mrs Jackson called here one evening last
son Stout and family in Hamilton week
Ontario i Agnes Hammond returned home
I Mary J Kirk of Follansbee W Va be held Saturday Aug 6 at the Bow
was beld m lne Lutheran cemetery man reunion grounds near Hickory
ti nt tt mv i omii
Julv 27 Howard Clark and family ri1 tt n0i n4ii Am- oei i oh0ii
-- 1 O A J Artl CllU Ttl UV un UVIUfll 11UU WfcU BWIWVU Clll 1UU
Mrs Earl Chamberlain and u f i 1 20 she would have been 67 years old cream social in Rosemcnt Saturday
7 T4nl ratio on frlpnils in ounnay guesis in ine nome oi ou anu Mrs C E Cook of Youngstown and evening
mTTjJ7 Mrs Amos Detrow
As this is the first 1 Mr and Mrs Frank Chandler of Lis 1
Thai Bowman pioneer settlers For a T present except one It was tho second
thlB nmce nas naa anu the ma-
ments this place bon called on Mr and Mrs J H
he nnpnirfl in - j K t
ber of years xie was engaged In mor mj
2
iority of our citizens have been in at-
lake Canton Sunday and enjoyed an bring camp meeting Mr and Mrs
jouting Orin Flick and Mr and Mrs John H
Preaching in the Lutheran church McDonald attended last Sunday
oext Sunday morning and evening All
re Invited NEW BUFFALO
fiweet corn on the market at 25c
P Beard and wife
J -Freeman
MWalter Foulkerton and son
ffituSy10 SUsthlclnK
ItllA KlLLt famiy vlsted in
Geo w AJlen is auenaing camp X k
jmeeting eervlces in Sebring
sr
the county convention in Damascus
ifete week
Charles Holt and friend Mr Rose o
i A narty composed of E G Moff
ST 0 - sffis
eeph Oliver wife and daughter Lois
Canton Sunday
Miss Belle Getz of Youngstown was
home over Sunday
Mrs Geo Sommerville is slowly re-
Miss Hartwlg or Youngstown rirzan
Renkenberger wife son Bertram and
daughter Mary of Columbiana ana Mr
SKMBTSSi -SUE
Star a two weeks -visit Lewistown Sunday evening
tSS1 im MnintAil and John C P Moff and wife Lauren Moff
Candle were appointed delegates by
and wife and Paul Lesher and wife
snent Sunday at Clinton Beards
UB MWC1MI V ou w v - f OTA
Clarence of Leetonia spent Monday at
John Elsere
J DeTi ana uiiver mou uuu uu
PlttfiJinrrfi wore hea Sunday at the
Lntsid perience ln aeroplane last Sunday
heme of his parents Mr ana airs u an MoEndarffer and
Mtb nam Beck and daughter of grandson Morrifl and Nelson Russell
CwSo arThei fat the tool S h2 wife of Ooldwater MIc re yisit
xelatives and friends here
mfttSi Utb Anna Thomas S
SelGreeSalt anda Russell1 M Carl Clay and children of
iJS SSST IrieSi to town GMburg epent Sunday at Freeman
TiiMflnr Rupriehts
1 A
1 twi itiu iuu ii ciai tru ujr iii 0
tendance at otter P lacra in rormer considerable time had L Mrs- C B Cook returned homo Sun-
yarZ5iflMHtPnUrStChave y accompanIedby M J H We
followed farming He was married
BOARDMAN
July 27 Mrs Joe Smith of Pleasant
Grove visited at Charles Beams Sun
day
Esther Heintzelman visited at H F
Lymans in West Andover several
Jn Idora park Youngstown Ldoyd of Youngsown Mrs Essenor Mrs Jennie Duncan is having her
Mr and Mrs Wm Simpson Mrs younK of jifneral Ridge Mrs Perry house painted
Effle Calvin Donald Simpson and Miss scnS ier and daughter and Rev Pat 1 Effie Lynn of New Buffalo and
Esther Calvin spent Sunday at Myers ton and two sons recently visited Helen Ha rrls of Youngstown spent
lake I David Shiry who was pleased to be Wednesday night with Esther
Mont Bailey and family Mr and remembered by his relatives zelman
Mrs Thomas Bailey and daughter Ida rne church lawn fete held by the I Frank Agnew is building a garage
Miss Ella Girard Mr and Mrs Mat- Ladles Aid Society last Saturday eve- and a chicken house
thew Fleldhouse Mr and Mrs Glenn nng was largely attended I Mrs Ortelll i sentertainlng her sis-
jjttviB uuu euuo uiuiwcu iv v y u senrum is uiienuuii mo ier ana cnuureu irau mow luuc
Last Wednesday a miscellaneous
shower was given Mr and Mrs James
Conroy at H CHelntzelmans There
were more than 70 present Ice cream
and cake were served The couple re
ceived a lot of presents
George H Davidson was in Poland
Monday evening
Nathan Hallett was in Youngstown
Saturday
Mrs Peter Mike Is on the sclk list
Mrs Wm Helmbaughs father who
was with her the last three months
has gone home to East Liverpool
Mr and Mrs C M L Altdoerffer
and daughter Mary are spending a
week at Lake Chautauqua
John Heintzelman and J H Miller
were in Andover Sunday
Dwlght Carlson is visiting in Cleve
land
Prof Henderson of Wayne county
has rented Halletts small house and
exnects to move here with his mother
before school begins
IDr H S Thorne was in youngs
town Monday
Inglls brothers have a steam ehovel
cleaning out the ditch through their
property
A Carlson and family entertained
company from Youngstown Sunday
Myrtle Johnston visited at H V
Holls Sunday
You are Invited to attend a lawn
fete on the Ellsworth Presbyterian
church lawn Saturday evening July
30 Good music good time good
cause
Gordon and a third one was engaged
for later in tho season
Through the efforts of the County
r1 nnn rvaiiv treated bv our Oct 26 1881 to Mary Baynter who J vA t t wniir Board of Health with Mrs Hugh Bow-
sister towns on these occasions and Mr Ensign Sauemein7 daughters CS mfWhxiS wS
and John Mrs A
local
comnlUeD Bltawortt
township
we expect to give out the same Bowman nd Gertrude and son AnBel ot
leticsnl BtVnes for0cM lveStoS iSSi SnS N by Corners were Greenford SiiSKS
SSSff JcSffi also lie fo single en- Smiths Corners and Mrs GWDeHoff Tv Cornet band will play I at Dr art Campbe assist-
lm Place He was a memDer 01 cd by MJss Albaugh the local health
tprtainments We have the price at the Community club festival at the
own win reach of all Dont fall to gon Reformed church north of Can SSSSS ndsGeJ SS VT Sl
lh rnn ofodrFelloTsTunserlces July 30 ffiff 2St 1
aomga ium wo jn wi - -- mi1dftv afternoon nt 1 oclock Rev lne simiiieriiiau tuuiuy luuiuuu ivm Xi AT
welcome to you all free of charge I iJb1 Durinl In be held at the home of Mr and Mrs fonw gave a short talk on the -
of the board of health The ha
Greenford
W PlayJnSwlth the 5S5eTSn ceSSi Zimmerman In Greenford on pose
itself was decorated with health post-
band were n Canfleld Saturday even-
the third Thursday in August
i -- -- A
n j
ing furnishing music for a festival nlngby Z Shppard CV I M Lucln a Harmon and grand- frs and displayed an equipment for
tab feeding ortabydresse
The depression in business at ths AlverdaVard of Leetonia a com
Information nnd
nmn ih iiiLLiiii tva3uuhiuuiu urn Rnpnninir i nw iikvh ill uiill -
Oy nZC one mine lo working steaay lownsnip recenuy canea on ner lyfi - -
MHviliemineiBon iwouujtb wbu Avnn - Shrln Mrs G I Busn wno unaerweni an
T11U m nna 1 aclArll are nflWTl -- v -
Both furnaces in Leetonia down rul nneratlon in the Youngstown hospital
Ing closed there are many idle men Tuesday
nttendpd the funeral of her
here Wo hope for work being started feeiffFosSr heuf a his Mr an d Mrs Carl Cochel and 1
on- home on the Burkey road last tei and Zora Hendricks in company
Good roads building is slowing uplday she vlslted several days wth with their friends from Calls and
on account of a scarcity of material he fiistCT Mrg strawn at the home Toots Corners spent Sunday at the
lor tne cusmon worn anu uut uuy0 Mr nnd Mrs Ross ORourke and js -
we soon will nave one 01 ui ui now in youngstown and vicinity
stretches of highway in Ohio William Bishop of Hammondvllle O
Miss Myrtle Baker returned home was nere t0 attend the Bishop reunion
Sunday after a pleasant outing at recently held at the homo of John
Chautauqua N Y and Niagara Falls BiBnop t0 commemorate the birthday
Mrs James McFee son James and of the latter Cloe Bishop one of the
daughter Jennie Mr and Mrs Geo tnree brothers with his family also
McAndrew and daughter were among resides here
those who attended the Scotcn picnic MiR Tiphecca Werner and Mrs Mary davs
pamphlets dealing with special health
problems of children
TURNER STREET
July 27 Mr and Mrs Lee Artman
and Mr and Mrs H H Artman of
Jamestown Pa Mr and Mrs Lester
Shelllton Mr and Mrs Murl McLaugh
lln and son Edwin Ruth and Hattle
McLaughlin and Mr and Mrs H D
Bates of Greenville Pa spent Satur
day with Mrs Keene helping to cel
ebrate her birthday Ruth McLaugh
lin remained a week
Mr and Mrs R K Brick and son
Blllle were ln Boardman Sunday
Noble Cramer of Milton spent last
week with Adam Brobst and family
Sidney Brobst returned home with
him to spend a few days
Callers nt W S Rhodes on Sunday
were Mr and Mrs Henry Delter and
children of Youngstown and Miss Min
nie Miller of Geeburg
Mr and Mrs Joseph Blxler visited
at J H Reeds Sunday afternoon
M F Flynn of Youngstown called
at T J Bricks Tuesday evening
Claude Ewing is on the sick list
Nora and Mary Kennedy called on
Mrs T M Thomas one day last week
APPLE AVENUE
July 27 Threshers are humming dn
this neighborhood
Mr and Mrs Fred Bowman and
children spent Saturday evening with
Harvey Davis and family
Andy Mead and family passed along
the Avenue Sunday
Mr and Mrs William Shears and
children called on Leonard Goodman
Sunday evening
Clyde and Roy Brown Mr and Mrs
Fred Bowman and children accom
panied by their parents visited at Ola
Zimmermans Sunday
Roy Brown spent Saturday evening
in Salem
Harvey Davis and family spent Mon-
day with Mart Darts
Lest we forget health is the basis trouble with indigestion elve them
of wealth a trial They will do you eood AdT
usttxttq
CANFIELD MAHONING COUNTY OHIO FRIDAY JULY 29 1921
PATMOS
July 27 Mrs Harry Cook attended
monster carnival showing there One uBr 4i J Tin B11io oE Warren spent Sunday with A baseball game was played here cousin Mrs Theodore Renkenberger
S our vounc men unfortunately last steam engine to run their new grain Mr and Mrs Wm Barnes I Saturday afternoon Roemont tt in Berlin Sunday
his watch and fob on the grounds TCni il 7 uuz zmmcwnan anu sons yoyie ann Ellsworth playing
A m to Mr and
babj girl
was
few taj Eugene ot Niles are BpcndinE some
Rev John Staley is spending a Harry Schafer was home from
days in Kentucky at a training camp - iimo nere wiin mE iparenw ir nu DCnvlle over Sunday
Alvin and
Detrow family Sun- tJiJ
of Boy Scouts
Earl
parents Sunday evening by suddenly Mrs Harvey Detrow scnoo wn hoid their annual picnic in hcre
doming home for a few weeks He s suei 1 1 m - v yeiiow creek park near strutners Therc wlll be proacnlng ln tho Mmos Bchool housC Friday
located ln Denver uoio anu reports -- -- - - euiiubuay jub o mu luira E Cnurcn next Sunday evening
the west is moving right along ear Canfleld to Go and take their families and as Mtag Pauline Schafer was in Y
ness depression is not noticeable on Oua sts of Mr b Sato ma Weave r and many moro as will be convenient town recently
account of no big industries being tuMy SW er0oJrr 0anri Those who can take any who have no Sevcral from herc spcnt Sat
rr vi tr i nMrii ino Abram Martin and daughter Dorothy Wnv to co run reauested to rcnort to t tj n i
middle welt cV0ps the best for several Misses My Minnie Annie and Fan- the superintendent at an early date so i Miss Elizabeth cssler spent
years i d8 r f8 JVny E9 arranmenAsJan b madcL ln da 8 last week with Miss Merle
Can you
Rwlm If you can come to uc rZAL i naxion is exienuuu 10 our ueiBuooi 0I Berlin
uUi ilYllllbllJilLU iiu BIIUUU
mi J 4Vio nrtm
An Aiimist E G and 8 to auenu tne
Weaver at North Lima
WEST AUSTINTOWN
July 27- V-
the churches Christian and Baptist to
morning
with appendicitis
I I I W I Hahn and
P Rnwmnn 9n man VISUM Mr nnfi Mrs nuuiTl
HU
1 Vi J ll lev at Clarksville Sunday
aulaa J T K Mn U best all his life died Tuesday morning after esuravince m
mwvmw - 11 in nrotripton llmPRR Tmppnfiiv wnn iiiuiiiiio i atttu dvu a uuu
a few-
Mrs Fred Weingart and children
Mrs C F Middleton and Mrs C H
Owen called on Mrs Charles Riley at
Jaffiffi Feisley were Lena and Mr and Mrs C H Owen
2nfaortS sb rtfeirSSS Era ra3s3Bs
and Mrs Clyde and son Leroy
urdav afternoon was the first day for C X Z3r AE ih on homc n Ellsworth giving a chic boat at Cleveland for Detroit
bathing Its over your head an Jl83 st Js assisting0 in ors Sunday CniJavnn SnTxnii6
hands in one place and the upper par thJ homc of Mf and M Ezra K p rMrUnndyMrs Clinton Blosser and if events hale
of the dam Is just right for the 1 kid- Amm Martn anfl fam t Sun chlldren ot Columbiana attended ser- 5SL orimirtry iHirS
and been chronicled Fred is not stated
Mes so brine them all enjoy a ntirrr rlM friimnn a ti T41 ii e by
- wrv yu UUU uU U VlUCS HI UIC iJUUlUiail II1UH u ni J 1 nt
dip
Mr and Mrs Ivan Davis Mrs J M
Davis Mr and Mrs F G Davis spent
Sunday in Canton
AU roads lead to Washingtonvlllo
- t im table was a birthday cake with SI
iviiuinc w - candles upon it Tho supper was an
elab0rate Jt WaS BOrgeOUS iu
Mrs Emma
ouaiitv ana quaniuy i agar wauaco
ana h Li Mcconncil vied for tho hon-
r i i ui uuvourjiiK iuo most cnicKen
una oa hch Jn a The home
firTtaWo on W
j n fiTin ovimnits - -- ------ - -a -v -
abcTve dates afternoon and evenings Jgrn 1aus011c0hstxwE SreenforS last Wednesday
series of entertain- J f on inrsan aniPILzali11
I
everything in readlnassJo receive tho
club All members of the club were
then
were Mr and Mrs Tom McGlnnis Mr
GEEBURG
July 27 MrE John Demes died last
Friday morning She suffered only
one week from blood poisoning and
pneumonia Her age was 53 years
She is survived by hcr husband and
four children The deceased was a
kind motherly woman highly esteem
ed by all who knew her Funeral
services were held Monday morning
with burial Jn Calvary cemetery at
Youngstown
Mr nnd Mrs Mont Jacobs are mov
ing to Youngstown
Mr and Mrs A R McKenzie spent
Sunday with their parents
II W Yeager Bertha Musser and
Elizabeth Secrest attended a dance at
Charles Siscos at Bowmans Corners
Ewing Gault called at S S Gaults
one evening last week
home here with Mrs J M Arnold for
several years returned to her mother
in Cleveland last week Mrs Wilson
and Miss Betty will leave in the near
future for their old home in England
Mr and Mrs John Rhodes and
i4niicvVi4t TJowol f feca Ai1v
Hary ey and Leonard Goodman were in tats locality
Salem callers Saturday evening Wilbur Powers of this
the best wishes of many friends
rT
Wm Roof
Mr and Mrs Hope of Youngstown
ronrlnrnrl
NORTH LIMA
July 27 Rev E M Spreng of
the funeral of Mr Rupert in Salem land presiding elder preached in the
Monday i Evangelical church Sunday morning
Mr and Mrs Homer Greenamyer and conducted communion services
A G Cobum and family visited H from Youngstown Friday morning nfter and children were Sunday visitors at The Boy Scouts had a festival Sat
Hv homof A Cobiirn and family in Lisbon Sun- spending two weeks with friends Frod Welngarts
ax me nome oi anu a
uny -Mr day Mildred who snent the last two Mrs Howard Detcheon of Mr and Mrs 1
urday evening in irom or wooers 6iore
Austin- Hudson and daughters A large crowd was out
we eks there returned homo with them town spent a few days here last week of Akron called on Mrs Hudsons Will Halm and family are spending
funeral service for Mrs The M E Sunday school picnic will mother Mrs R C Owen Sunday a vacation
at Lake Erie
Mrs Estella Howard who has been Mrs Myron D Wirt and daughter
under a doctors care the past week Marlon of Phoenix Arizona arrived
is recovering here Sunday and are guests in the
Mr and Mrs Charlie Venable and home of Mr and Mrs W W Wirt
children and Mr and Mrs Adam Mar- Mrs W H Ruhlman who has been
town Thursday Xpn Mrs Mers of Salem attended the Mrs Mary Presrll and children tin and children were Sunday dinner in the west with her daughter since
Alartln and family called on short
Mr and iUrS CM AAJWIO Bic - aA iimcim ui mil nun
g Jt - week with Aiativoa In Poland tcrnoon -- -- - - ouuu f i Mrs
a I
iri n hToinririr nr vrerAta
Jwrnt to Niles Friday to Fpend two guests at B T Keggs
last fall stopped off for a visit
Master Graden Cook has been very with Chicagb relatives before coming
iub
j iii - iji i v i i mv
- V oaara - F 4kri rl mhah fj nij H - 1wv - v - J - J -- rfw
and in the Homo or nr anu urs o lonvnie spent inHt xnursuity yisiihb iiooeri xoua oi Ausiimonn was a wim juuisrauuu um is jui ueic mej ii iciuii w mi-
- I Members Of the GreenfOrd hcr Sarah Crilirnrrr caller hero J last week inc -Ma In ta fall Mr Wirt was un
G Myers at New Middleton na Sunday school to the number of uu tetej L uiu nu uiiuut vwb knuci 1111 u viiKZ uaj icioi n ccn
1 1
r - T7Mvin 1 jMifrnnTTnTn txihi ih fr inii inmi v rnnniir rTTnTi itq ntPTiiP ttj iii nc
MrS Ummei liOUgUUVlum l w K1 1
er and family County grange picnic will be Iieia at
- j i ijini yijju v vinrr Jieia a picnic in X a aiins A - T t i a riflj j ot n
underwent an operation for T V nIcp and visited Mr and Mrs Crumland in Miss Elizabeth Schafer went to War-
tis last Wednesday is reported as get- Veanfd cd KteU Yf MyeSmaZMrs flnhorrbamPahPereBPendlng fCW
T bacm C hcr home hcrc
ting along nicely of fT anarrv iat
Yoder Portace countv snent the
--
E Bertolette Bpent X f E 1 met Tuesday night Fine
Mr and Mrs C i sumlav wlih TnM nio ii00 ePent YecklendT wifhMr Grange
the past week at tne nome oi men - - - - j u waiter mr j a wiii program
daughter Mrs James Quilllgan and s anu piny i Mr and M T N spent i Mr and J
famfly la Canton UtSvfj W sAy thclr Eon W1bur and auBhlep m
Rtnve McClun wife and - - w ue in xoungsiown
terMssSerWReIcharof Island AnnawCnBCrre guests of Mr and r and M F
in town Saturday among old ae iooa unaay Lisbon called on Mr
Mrs Milton Florence and
motored to Lake EHp atrl
snftif RA fnrdnv nnd Rnndav
Frank Chandler of Mr and Mrs Clvde Keslar last work
and Mrs J H leturned from Pennsylvania where
friends They expect to spend two Xr m iV l Weikart Sunday they spent several weeks
weeks at during - arl Sneon and fomiiy motner A son g bom Frday to Mr and
thp hot weather i i d crand dauchter hsiner and father called on Miss Lottie Mrs ehon Rlplev
1 1 nv nDnn1o mr iiuiiiiiaiu aie ijuiiuiuk iuu wees HI mormnn Rnnrlnv i n i I- n j c Thnct
nt Alliance last Saturday attending tho AsauJa harbor Mr and Mrs Charles Fitch and son urday evening I Mrs Mary
Mr and Mrs James Camnbell and able to leave his business at this time
daughter Wanda May were Salem call- Mrs W J Helmbaugh and son Billy
ers Saturday evening and Miss Helen Helmbaugh of Indian-
Mrs Fred Weingart and mother ola spent Sunday in the home of Rev
Mrs C F Middleton were in Salem J H Graf
Friday C F 6taley Misses Lorena and
C H Owen and the Stanley brothers Elizabeth Staley of Columbiana and
are in the butchering business IP D Holloway and family of Sharon
Thelma and Helen Ware called on spent Sunday with J E Glenn
Thelma Lucy and Freda Owen Sun- Rev J H Graf is spending a ten
day J day vacation with friends in
Henry Stallsmlth and daughter ville Wis
Charlotte were Salem callers Friday A degree team from Dublin grange
were Mrs Tvmnn Wmmprmnn j ir n j uii 1 i I m Mro rvinrino Pmnrv r nit
1 ii j l 1 1 rf T 1 iui lulu M18 uuilll vuil ana sua mtnui J inuicua 0111111b I - muwt v w
Klingensmith surprised hi ViJ The Lutheran church and Mintlay Arnoid 0f Youngstown spent Sunday The Bunker Hill Sunday school will land Cal spent a day last week In
hold an ice cream festival at the Pat-
the home of their friends Mr and
evening Mrs H H Dutrow and S M Coier
Everybody invited and family
Rev M J Grable of Salem and An 1 Miss Winifred Clabaugh will enter
nls Coop of Cleveland called on James tain the Y W M C of the Evangel
Camnbell Sunday afternoon cal church Saturday afternoon
Sunday callers at Stanley Howards Miss Gladys Helndel is spending jt
wo Mr and Mrs OiH Hnwoii Mr several weeKi witn ujeveiana reiauves
Bardo and Mrs Richard Elton of Salem Mr I J H Mentzer is here visiting from
and Mrs B T Kegg and daughter Canton
A number of interested people from
ln progress ln a grove near that place
The meetings began Friday and will
continue until Sunday evening
The Elser reunion will bo hem Sat-
visited Belle Isle and other places of urday July 30 in Staffords grove
Interest returning home Sunday
Mrs C F Middleton of Atwater
spent a few days with her mother
Mrs Elizabeth Stallsmlth
Warren Kale and Mr Brywm of
Niles spent a day last week with R C
riwrn
A cordial Invitation is extended to all
Visitors last week tat T E Owena home Friday
and Mrs Howard Doutt and Jim 0ALLA
giey 01 youngstown
Mrs Clayton nnd lady friend of
Youngstown are spending some time
on the farm the former recently pur
chased in Patmos
July 27 Miss Maud Re ed and girl
friend of Rochester Pa are spending
Mrs John Myers Is 111
Wade Matthews and daughter
Verda Burkey visited Mr and Mrs
Will Jolly Sunday
Mr and Mrs Emery M yers or mer
lin Center and Mr and Mrs John
Hoyle of Alliance called on John
Myers and family Sunday
Mr and Mrs E K ureen are
formers Mr and Mrs
the parents
spending several weeks with relatives
Ross Green in Warren
- Bert Creed and family -visited his
Roy and Clyde Brown spent Sunday ta inna DonVcnhnrror nf Tieriin sister and family Mr and Mrs Frank
afternoon at Idora park WPJ unlted marrlaee July 18 by Robrer in Columbiana Thursday and
Fred Bowman and family epent Sun
day evening with Charles Riley and
family
A Splendid Medicine for the Stomach
and Liver
4Chamberlalns Tablets for the
stomach and liver are splendid I
never tire of telling my friends and
neighbors of their Qualities writes
Mre Waiiam Vollmer Eastwood N
Y When bilious constipated or
Rev Mensch at Berlin They have i
Glen
Cook and John Hotz and lady
V- friends of Canfleld called at Arb
oiiua f V sons Friday nteht
i
YOUR JOB PRINTING ORDER
Is certain to receive prompt and
careful attention when placed with
The Dispatch Job printing department
in charge of artistic workmen who
Bpare no pains in making every piece
of work handled meet tho approval
of the most exacting purchaser
150 A YEAR Outside Ohio 200
NEWSY WASHINGTON LETTER
By Gen Isaac R Sherwood
Washington D C July 18 Tho
Washington Post the morning organ
of tho Administration says the new
tariff bill will not be In operation be
fore Nov 1 The senate it is claimed
will take up the tax bill first and let
the tariff bill lag- superflous on tho cal
endar until the patient public knows
how much more they are to be taxed
For the past two weeks of swelter
ing heat the worry of tho best minds
has been aggravated by the bold stand
of the President against the world war
soldiers bonus bill As the republican
party and the President had mado
this question a campaign Issue ln 1920
the Presidents sudden change of at
titude has provoked much adverse
criticism Of course statesmen as well
as politicians are discreet and what
you hear on the floor of the senate or
house and what you hear ln the lob
bies is entirely different
Both the morning and evening ad
ministration newspapers state that tho
bonus bill is dead and Intimate that
the President is master of the situa
tion as he has the veto power It will
take a two thirds majority in both tho
senate and house to pass a bonus bill
nriHI1 T jibm nnrl wtf oti flr o nf anflftlrl Tinf fin 4hr1 on1 fMiT1i -
IVIJJiuui uuucu uu nuc nnu iiDa umwm iuu tuu Auuiuijvnr n q TPTn
I Lucy Owen called at T E Owens on degree work at the meeting of North n over a year ago that I wroto
- - wwe a ieiier saying tnai mere -was no
Howard called on her took their parts very creditably the tentlon of the nartv in nnwor n mm
drill work being especially fine any general bonus bill hence when it
Luncheon was served after the meet- is stated that the bonus bill Is dead
ing Grange meets again on Aug 3 the question arises was it ever
wnen a goon merary irosium twu bb alive The best minds volnlnir th
purposes of the powers that nrevail
do not claim the bill has gone Into a
comatose state and will be revived
when tho campaign is on once moro
in 1922 but it is dead There are
however in this congress in both sen
ate and house a majority of members
in both parties who if a bonus bill
came to a record vote would vote for
I have not enough cuss words in my
limited vocabulary to express what
the numerous representatives of tho
American Legion soldiers are saying
here went to Sebring Sunday morning
to attend the camp meeting which is jjl a8a blai
M UkDk UHClCOm tuu u icimuiuuuu
of all campaign pledges It is an
American adaption of Kiplings poem
For Its Tommle this and Tommio
that and chuck him out the brute
A leading business man of New
family connections and their friends liiBnlnftiiV V
A basket dinner will be served I af ff8 i1 jtwitonW T
Regular services will be held next wifLneB4fH10
Sunday in Good Hopo Lutheran i1 c forvthS RePubcan
church The pastor who has been j t e
n extra ses on HI views are
Jed
away on a vacation expects to return
shared by majority of this
a congress
The Hon John ji Beer ex-congressman
cartoonist and non partisan and
political writer expresses tho average
opinion of all Independent thinkers In
an interview on the now tariff bill
In sweltering mid summer tho fancy
of the average congressman lightly
j i m
a iun tv via ttv wvuu ww
Mrs Sarah Gee spent Thursday and uras io mousms oi me ioiks oacK
Friday with her son Fred and family fme My record n congress proves
Miss Mary King of Pittsburgh is hat am non partisan When I was
nom vMoitinir Tior sUtpr Mrs Wm farming and went into town with a
Watt Ioatl ot bogs the buyer did not ask mo
Mr an Mro TnmDtI TTnrmn nr1 enn whether I was a republican or a demo-
Lowell and Miss Hazel Cody ot Salem frat He says Hogs are only 8 cents
spent Thursday evening with his par- i0any Then as a consumer when I
ents Mr and Mrs Wm Herron go into a butcher shop the butcher
Mr and Mrs Frank Rogers and des not ask if I am a republican or a
daughter Edythe Mr and Mrs Ralph I democrat He says Bacon is sixty
Schnurrenberger and Lester Templin cents a pound today We have a high
spent Sunday afternoon at the Milton tarltf tacon but the farmer does
da I not get the benefit It goes to the
Mr and Mrs Ernest Holben and papers There have been many tar-
daughter Helen and Mrs Edward Hoi 1 scca aJ Vfhn Tnlf
the scandal of this bill which comes to
Nola Sunday
ben and daughter spent
afternoon at George Slagles in IPPle our foreign trade at a time
Dana when our only hope of enrly prosperity
Mr and Mrs Charles Ramsey and es in the promotion of foreign trade
Mr and Mrs Howard Ramsey spent tons xem alu
Sunday at the Milton dam I Let us take some relief from minds
Mr and Mrs Clyde Slgle Glenn and distressed to matters in a lighter vein
fioldle Houts and Bertram Side and Paul Burney Johnson democrat and
ad frlend sPent Sunday at reformer who represents 17 counties
Homer cia caned at J M Yeacers introduced bill to
fau jn Mlssgspp a pro-
Yfr TnT Mr Howard Ypatrpr RnPnt visitors in the home of wm Herron mon women smowng in xue aisu ici oi
w2dntdavYmnMtom on Sunday were Mr- and Mr s Thos ColumWa congress has supremo
kindle Mr and Mrs James Grindle power This bill which will not pass
Mr and Mrs John Bartholomew of
of Canton Mr and Mrs Frank Paisley has stirred up considerable comment
YounEstown passed through ine va
i cnJit mrougn ajjd daughter Ethel and Mrs Matilda and determined opposition has de-
GrindIe ot Leetonia veloped in high official life whero
Rav Leonard Esther Miller and
A Mr and Mrs Grover women are supposed to have the same
BlorcKenrie were at the Ellsworth
ioiI beTger anQ daughter Ruby ot Green- right to smoke and chew as men The
vinniJ miiw anri friBnfl wprp nt frd Mr Moses Grindle and son Char- bill has been referred to the District
iJS qX Jes d Arthur Johnson of Washing- of Columbia committee of which Ben-
ridlng Sunday tonville iamin Knox Focht of Pennsylvania Is
wKenteieat Mr Richard Wagner and daughter chairman At the hearing of the bill
wnn ner parenis nere Harrv Mercer son Charles a croun of fashionable women will
homesundalrmd and daughter Mildred Mrs Lucinda pear before the committee smoking
Qnnl S returnea to ner worK Hollabaugn and MUs Maud Reed and cigarettes as a defl to the meddlesome
rriVX iiiiwTA ji -OK -on frend spent Tuesday with Al Fair and Johnson and the committee amomng
ed X Buck fm Sunday morning 7elal l5UM roof gardens is an S
Mrs Sarah Leonard was in North
Jackson one day last week
ROSEMONT
July 27 Mr and Mrs Hope Mr
and Mrs Myron Arnold and Mr and
Mrs J M Arnold visited in Berlin
Sunday
Mr and Mrs Leslie Williams were
in Youngstown Monday
Miss Alice Greenawalt is visiting
relatives in Warren
W J Dickson and family of Can
fleld Mr and Mrs Clyde Burkey of
Tlnnrflall T7nrl Tlnrlrpw f Mllfnn
Frank Rogers wife and daughter dinners
Edythe were in Youngstown today
SHILLINGS MILL
July 27 Wade Matthews and fam
ily are camping for a few weeks at
Shillings mill
Mr and Mrs Bert Creed and Mr
Glenn Burkey of Berlin and Miss Hazel thy Arb Wilson and Mr and Mw B
Rhodes were Sunday visitors or o w M S vv wi
powers Girard Saturday
MissErma Stitle spent Sunday I The Lutheran Sunday school will
bold Picnic in Shillings
with Mrs Freeman Hollabaugn a grove
Misa Rettv Wilson who made her
llBhed custom in Washington and wo
men Tesent the interference with their
constitutional rights The powerful
Anti Saloon league is opposed to this
bill and attention is called to the fact
that the judiciary committee on the
hearings of the Wheeler Yolstead pro
hibition bill Chairman Volstead pull
ed out a chunk or piug xodscco rrom
and Mrs Clark Cline were in Canfleld his side nocket bit off a good mouth
Friday ful and commenced to wag his jaws to
Will Kramer and Robert Swartz of get Into a proper temper to address
Nilps camned and fished over Saturday the committee on temperance If the
an d Sunday at Shillings Mill
anti saloon league permits Congress
man Volstead to chew vociferously
with attendant showers in the public
committee Toom of our sacred national
capltol they cannot object to others
even women doing likewise
These society women claim that
cigarette emokdng is a decent and
solacing pastime and by no means the
menace to public morals and manners
as Mr Volsteads intemperate use of
the narcotic
The Womans party recently organ
ized to uphold the constitutional rights
of women is very much outraged over
this anti smoking bill and some Inter
esting testimony is promised at the
committee hearings which will be
worth printing
The very latest from the President
on the much discussed Peace Resolu
tion Is that he Is in doubt -whether
tq issue a proclamation declaring a
state of peace exists between the
United Mates and the German
or iiirie ra are Bpeauine a jxuie ui htre suDDlement
d M j of as a to
Weeks here at U W rOWeTS Inun mm annnt llnno n4 nf reanlnHnn of rmcrraa Tln
PiurarfvlsmnAfththlime of oSeSute m donal resolution ha7 Wn subnutted
Robert to Attorney General Daugherty for
Roy Hilles and family visited at opinion It Is a complicated and deli
ln AJllance Sunda
e7er SundayesU at TSTj
noidB i
Dont miss the lawn fete at the A hotel dinner Is never a success
Presbyterian church in Ellsworth Sat- with some men unless they have
urday night fight with the waiter
the peace
cate question and the Attorney refuse
to give an opinion until he hae yHt a
thorough examiaattea of the al
aspeeto foetaJtag the perefceiajy of
the case hfee jgiaaetifig tb Kalaer
is st f ely iatenwd i Xcoaae
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