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Published ér cry Thursday by The United Printing Company
Anto. 5738 320-322 W. Federal St. Bell. 5i7f EDITOR: ERNEST N. NEMENYI SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEA*. lEatered as Second-Class mbtter April 12eh, 1911, at the Post Offiee at Youngstown, Ohio, under the Act of March 3rd, 1897. Utdja a United Printing Co., 320—322 West Federal Street A E I K A I A Y A I A POST OFFICE BOX 417 YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO. THE COMMENTATOR A Mag-azine of the Truth AN AMERICAN WEEKLY IN THE HUNGABIAfT LANGUAGE FOB THE MAOYAR3 OF THE MAHONTNQ gHENANOO TALLEYS A. L. & E. REES Bell, 804. FÉNYKÉPÉSZ. Auto.. 6629. 143 West Federal Street, Youngstown, O. 1235-Sfc Clair avenue. zetés, a többi mint rent. Hív The Tecumseh Really Co. 324 DOLLAR BANK BUM. REPUBLICAN Delegate and Alternate Ticket For Delegatcs-at-Large Jíátional Convention (Four to be Elccted) JOHN GALVIN j. n-'t. i' FRANK R. WILLIS 19TH DISTRICT DELEGATES For Delegate to National Con venlion (Two to be Elect«ÉL J. G. BUTLER, Jr. W, H. B. WARD For Alternate to National Goo. veutiou (Two to be ElecUil) I. M. HOGG ROBERTS MILLINERY ÜZLETÉBEN. 258 EAST FEDERAL ST. WARREN G. HARDING Mahoning County Harding Committee REPUBLICAN For President CK HARDING 336 WEST FEDERAL STRÉRT YOUNGSTOWN, Ö.