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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 2 October 1908

Ih I I K rf 4- A WORD FROM YOU To jour neighbor night Induco him to subscribe for The Mahoning Dispatch Any favors of this kind rendered by our friends ore muoh appreciated and will bo gladly reciprocated when oppor tunlty offers Terms 100 a Tear VOL XXXII I ASHINQTONVILLE By Peter M Hcrold Frosty mornings Mondays rain broke the 43 dayB drouth Columbiana schools have an enroll men t of 425 Walter Smith and wife are at the Pittsburg exposition Corn shredders and potato diggers are in active service Chester Firth and wife were hero from Alliance Sunday Mrs Elvira Richards Halverstadt is teaching In tho Franklin Square school Joshua Allen Is again improving his property at tho foot of East Main street Salem and tho Leetonla school build ings havo heon provided with fire escapes J C Eyster and Dutch Grim havo improved their sidewalks and others may follow tho example Herbert Corohran and wife nee Lau ra Gilbert of West Middlesex spent ay with tho Gilberts hero HI ot and dry litorature i...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 2 October 1908

inarnariHltrtaTlraWai QtHdtMt04MHOKHOKK4 0K4wxKK00KW00KHOKKKK0KKK r - - - - The Fordyce Usborne to s ropuiar ami aaie NEW YORK CltY BIDS FOR THIS SPECIAL BUSINESS TwentyFive Dollar Tailored Suits Our Ready-to-Wear Garment buyer has just returned from a ten days trip to New York and brings the following report mi- As stated before in these columns we have decided to make a specialty of ladies 25 oo Tailored Suits this season with that end in view our buyer called on the best suit makers in New York stated to them that we -wanted the very best Suits they could make to retail for 2500 allowing a very very small margin for profit stated plainly that they were to be in competition with other high class houses for the best models to sell at this price They accepted the proposition and each in turn have made and shipped to us what they consider the best values ever produced to sell at this price And when sometimes at loss to themselves These Suits are exclusive houses are competing for bus...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 2 October 1908

i hi i m f I HOME HAPPENINGS Dr Dickson le repairing his barn Regular monthly meeting ol coun cil next Monday night Monday the mercury dropped 30 de grees within a few hours Wleanor Broe Btoro will bo closod next Monday on account of holiday An elovon pound daughter was born last week to Mr and Mra Wm Parahall The Uttte eon of Mr and Mrs Wm Par shall has been quite sick for several days After the rain camo Monday sum mer heat was soon gone and a decided crimp was put In tho businoss of the Ice man There will bo a meeting of tho board of county school examiners in tho union school building Canfleld on Saturday Tuesday was the first day thlB fall that it was necessary to have stoves and furnaces in aotlon all day in order to keep warm Somo corn cut Wednesday on Dean Hill Dairy Farm in this township was 15 feet high The first installment of the list of premiums awarded at tho county fair last week Is printed la other columns of todays Dispatch Tho board of county fair mauagers will hol...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 2 October 1908

fSVv v Competition and Justice The Cay seems to have come for tOBSldoratlon ot the Question whether Iftke present orgpiiatlon of the stock exchanges Is such as to Insure public confidence fair Ilay and absolute so cnrlty to honest clients or whether Bome degree ot Intervention br the EOTernmcnt to securo these results Is Irequlred writes Charles A Conant In Atlantic Speculation Is legitimate -and will go on Increasing in volume Kwlth the growth In the wealth of the Country and In the quantity ot negou fable Beclirltles To interfere with It without warrant Is to tie a ball and chain to the limbs of national eco nomic progress But more and more with the growing complication of the mechanism of finance is growing up a sentiment for such supervision of this mechanism as shall Insure its safe and honest working From the smoke and dust ot battle between vested In terests seeking economic freedom and the state seeking to protect the Indi vidual against errors of Jndgment and false statemen...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 2 October 1908

i ftl vc v iv- WhenYou Take Cold One way is to pay no attention to it at least not until it de velops into pneumonia or bronchitis or pleurisy An other way is to ask your doc tor about Ayers Cherry Pec toral If he says The best thing for colds1 then take it Do as he says anyway Li We publish our forxnnUi a wo DBniin aieonoi r from our medicines vers Maanam We nrjre you to con mlt jour doctor When the bowels are constipated poi Tsonous substances are absorbed into the bloodinstead of beinedaily removed from the body as nature Intended Knowing this danger doctors always inquire about the condition of the bowels Acers Pills JU1 bytho J C ArrCo Im ll T LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Circuit court convened in Warren Monday Some fruit trees aro blooming for the second tlmo this eoaBon Total paid admissions to tbo Cuya hoga county fair this year 11163 Rev J E Cope the now Mothodlet minister at Cortland was formerly lo cated at CanQeld The 03th conolnvo o Knights ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 2 October 1908

I m W Planing ispit KttOTBD WEEKLY c c rowtEE lCANFIELDi KUEPHONE NO djSm Greenford Editor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Tear Bit Month Xhrra Month IlinflA nftf Canadian tnbsoTlptlonl tl EO OHIO dXO -1100 60 25 03 SPECIAL KOTICK QMtnary Notloef Resolutions of Reipeet Cards f Thanks and notleel of church and charitable en tortalnmenti and tbe like where an admission fee fa ehargsd will be charged for at the rate oiono Jwlt cent a word These mntt be paid for In ad Tuoe or oharged to responsible parties ordering the same FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 1903 Tbe duet flew high long enough FoRAKERand Haskell will not Boon forget the campaign of elimination Rose law elections are putting a lot of saloons out of buBlncse In Ohio coun ties They are a pair of fast going Dills who head the national tickets of tbe two leading political parties If tbe candidates for county ofllco did not mko votes at the fair last week it was not because of scarcity of material to work on JCDon T E Hoyt is the democratic candidat...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 2 October 1908

X A A Serious Affair The young woman -with tBe tlp tllted nose surreyed the young man with a ft perfect expression of gad sweetness 1 cant believe a word of what you say you know she said Well I like that exclaimed the young man reproachfully Id Hko to know why If I were Tike some men I might understand but But of course you are different the young woman suggested He eyed her narrowly but her expression of childlike inno cence did not wa ver Of course 1 am he affirmed stoutly Thats what Ive been trying to Impress upon you all these months Jf youve learned as much as that Im encouraged You wont believe me Just because you are contrary If youd stop to think youd rea lize that my re marks are not In the least There You Anyone with good eyesight would admit that you aro the prettiest sweetest There you go again- Interrupted the young woman resignedly The young man considered her for A moment with his head on one side I havo it he said at last You lake this attitude Just to lead me on an...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 2 October 1908

secona hen second cookerel second pullet second timKMtimmiammisamKntrn T mwips LIST OF PREMIUMS lCNmnjED FROM FOORTH PAGE Ca 25 Chester Whites Boar2yrs old or oyer Millard Bros t4 Boar 1 yr old and under 2 Bamo 4 second same 2 Boar under 1 yr old and over 6 mo eatne 4 second same 2 Brood bow 2 yrs old or over game 4 Bow 1 yr old and under 2 same 4 Bow under 1 year old and over 0 mo same 4 second same 2 Boir and 5 jjIrb of her own progeny not over 2 months old eamo 4 Class s6 Sweepstakes on Swine Beet herd Berkahlre 1 boar and two bows to bo owned by exhibitor Burns 84 Beat hord Poland China 1 boar and 2 bowb to be owned by exhibitor Phillips 4 Best herd Chester White 1 boar and 2 sows to be owned by exhibitor Millard Bros 4 Boet boar any npo Berkshire Burns 4 Best boar any age Poland China Phillips 4 Best boar any ago Cheser White Millard Bros 4 Best sow any ago Berkshire Burns 3 Best ebw any Ago Poland China Hall 3 Best bow any age Chester White Millard Bros 3 Best bow any ago Duro...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 October 1908

ii i i ff S o V I I 7 1 r immmmmmmm VOL XXXII I WASHINGTONViLLE By Peter M Hcrold X Aftermath Thoughts Th6 Wets carried the vllle pveclnot last Saturday by a vote of 55 dry to 09 wet The voting proceeded quietly through out tho day much like any previous election day and It might be stated just here that our people do not onthuse very noticeably on any subject be it politics or rollglon Everybody appeared more or less In terested In the outcome however and anxious crowds waited around tho phono stations for the first word of en couragement Tho ticket being short the result of this precinct was known boforo 7 oclock and nobody appeared surprised Tho gonoral result was known before 0 oclock that tho wets had carried East Liverpool by 340 also Wellsvllle and that township by 41 But Lisbon and its township rolled up a dry majority of 454 and tho city of Salem added 80 majority to tho dry column Then over In Unity and Falrtleld townships whore thoy havo a God and havo been dry for fiftee...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 October 1908

f i m k r i r i i M iivfmwmw A few patterns of Louisine Silks the 51 quality Department buyer will sU for 85c 115 45C Alen see These Sweater Coats The new idea takes the place of bweaters Department buyer will sell for 50c Mens 50c Suspenders 25c This sale only Mens 50c Suspenders variety of styles Department rtC buyer will sell for 600 Corsets 275 Royal Worcester Corsets sold them for 6 Department buyer will sell for 275 Chiffon Waists Special Limited number of Ladies Chiffon Waists in navy brown and white regular 59 numbers Department buyer will sell for Greater Exclusive Dry Goods House 500 The Tailored Suit Story The Tailored Suit problem is difficult to solve some places not so here eveiy Suit that enters this stock must have char acter and merit Must be properly made select materials and of such goodness that we can guarantee with our established leadership in Ready-to-Wear Garments Pretty sure to find the right Suit for you here reliable in every way4 For this sale we have tw...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 October 1908

w fci A i IV i i K t r JL r CONFERENCE NOW 3EEMS POSSIBLE GREAT BRITAIN FRANCE AND RUSSIA ACT TOGETHER ARE IN COMPLETE ACCORD GERMANYS PART UNKNOWN Prince Ferdinand Assumed Sovereignty Over Northern and Southern Bulgaria Under Title of Sutan Paris Oct 7 An International con ference to consider the Bulgarian sit uation Is now assured according to the statement made here Tuesday night It will be proposed by Great Britain France and Russia acting to gether Instead of by one power These three powers are In complete accord on the principle of an Imme diate conference Italy Is In favor of It and eren Germany Is expected to adhere to the proposal News that the proclamation of the Annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Austria Hungary would he Issued Wednesday Is much commented upon here This Is regarded as showing Austrias anxiety to have It an accom plished fact before she receives the In vltatlbn to attend the International conference Into which she means to go with the provinces In her...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 October 1908

How He Fooled Her By Max Adolor Bungay the real estate agent over l Pencader suspected that Mrs Bun gay didnt care as much for him as she DUght to So one day he went up to the city after leaving vord that he would be gone two or three daa While thero he arranged -with a friend to send a telegram to his wife at a certain hour announcing that he had been run over on the railroad and killed Then Bungay came home and slipping into the house unperceived he Becretcd himself In the closet In the Bitting room to await the arrival of the telegram and to see how Mrs nungay took It After awhile It camo and he eaw the servant girl gho It to his wife She opened It and as she read It she gave one llttlo start Then Dungny saw a smile gradually overspread her features She rang for the girl and when the servant came Mrs Bungay eald to her JIary Mr Bungays been killed Ive Just got the news I reckon Ill have to put on black for him though I hate to ghe up my new bonnet for mourning You Just go round t...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 October 1908

P5 v i k r A t V ijfc I t o f In- I 5 M St Looking for Trouble Doris -pushed up the dark tcrarthatewrireff softtrango tti tier every tlma Bho looked In the glass for the hundredth time that long hot afternoon Trade Vaa at standstill and she had plenty o time to think V things over What wan she there for Why hadnt she been satisfied with things that appeared all right Gossip al ways said horrid things of eveffithe best people and a maids story Truly she was a fit subject for the fool killer It he ever caught her here I No man could be blamed for hating a -woman whodld not trust him and took sfioh nnurTdcrhnnd way of proving ltl Most girls would be glad of such an attractive and desir able lover- -without Investigating too closely anyway Men were al-ways- The rapid chug of p motor inter rupted her musings and fier llstcss glance from the window straightened her at once No good to call herself a fool and vow that she would not come back tomorrow Harry Law craceheE all but affianced hus...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 October 1908

w I ft I w I 111 u inflnimMjifiipi i WtESWH - - Rural New YorkorB Halverstadt Snow FlakoBBSa a I second JCtm Empire State MIbb May Noll Can field BtU M HMWlfaJB LIST OF PREMIUMS Awarded at the Sixty Second Annual Fair of tho Mahoning County Agricultural Society Held In Can- iH field O Sept 22 23 24 1908 CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK Class 2p Garden Vegetables Rose potatoes on peek C kJWnKeaz Pulaski Pa 8 W EartyFortune H B Kohler Calla 751 eocond Dan Kohlor Oalla 4 Early Ohio P W SlRle Clla 76 second Smael Rupert Call 40 Early Everett Knott 75 Early Miohlgan eamo 75 second H AHalverstadt Lcetonla 40 Beauty ol Hebron Rupert 76 eooond Jonas Kohlor Calla 40 Green Mountain Mrs D A Christ- man i 76 Becond H B Kohler 40 carmen No w aijrie o second Mrs J W Johnson 40 Carmen No 3 H B Kohler 551 second Halveretadt 40 Sir William u u nonior to Becond HalvorBtadt 40 State of Maine same 75 White Star Dan Kohler Hr second Halveretadt 4U American Wonder O WiKiHHr 75 76H 40 75 second Knox 40 New Queen ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 October 1908

tf 1 -1 f I A A a I v AfUc i 8SS3d p j V UZ A I HOME HAPPENINGS I tMt A fairly good rain came Thursday And more Uhopod for Attend the Rood roads meeting in town ball this Friday evening Jacob Bllm bag bad a porch built across the front of bis residence No big bags of squirrels have yet been reported by local sportsmen The Deemer family vault In the village cemetery has been completed Can D old Masons- bold their regular monthly meeting thlsFrldaj evening L E Wetmoro Is building a silo near the largo barn on his farm south of the village Linemen for the U S Telephone Co have been working In this locality for several days The board of county fair managers met here Wednesday and audited olalms against the eoolety CanQeld boys have organized a strong football teamand are getting in condition for games A concrete sidewalk has been laid In the yard in front of Mrs Foggs West Maln street roBldenoe Quito a number of voune neonto at tended tho county teachers examina tion In CanQeld last Sat...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 October 1908

n Jfc Hymn Writers It i8 an American habit for the fam ily to group about the piano once a week and sing hymns each member calling for his favorites among the 60 or more -which he knows by heart Of all forms of literature the -words of hymns have the widest appeal and the ordinary man can remember more fcymntunos than all the other com plete tunes he can muster The hymn writer Is thus the most popular of all artists who express themselves In words and melodies Yet he frequently remains obscure The people who knbw his songs do not remember him Even persons who know the words and the music of scores of hymns will confess that they never looked in the hymnal to see who wrote them It was the good fortune of the late Ira D Sankey that his manly voice and cathuslastlc personality were associ ated with his tunes No doubt the extra heartiness with which people usually break forth into a Sankey hymn Is due to the fact that so many have heard him lead them The quali ty of Sankeys work Is indi...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 October 1908

I - 4 F s 6 fc Xl dr r few li ir ir 1 1 n U t t been a - -T LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Time now to fill coal sheds An epldemlo of scarlet ever Kites The rule shall be 3 In Chestnuts have appeared In market The orop wltf not be large Potatoes are only 76 cants a bushel in Louisville Stark county Columbiana county voted dry lust Saturday by a majority ol about 1600 During September 42 marriage licenses wore issued in Trumbull county There are always matters of inter est in tho Dlspatoh advertising columns Mrs Mary Jones a resident of Hubbard for 80 years died last week at the age of 70 There are only 81 Inmates In tho Geauga county infirmary two less than one year ago Thore are several oases of typhoid fever In Mineral Ridge said to be due -to water supply D B Raymond and wife residents Boardman for 40 yean will soon re move to Coalburg The 6th Ohio Cavalry largely re cruited in Trumbull and Mahoning counties held its annual reunion Tues day in Warren Ne...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 October 1908

If h urn mnvmo weekm C C FOflXKB OANPIELD P pmno Jki 4- M Editor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Months- Months ffiany ian inbncriptioiii fl IO OHIO TEUEPHONE NO A3 HM 60 25 03 BFKOIAX KOTIOK Obituary Notices Reiolntions of Respect Cards Thanks and netloei of ebnreh and charitable en lalnments and the like where as admission fee t charged will be charged for at the rate of one It oent a word These mnst be paid for in ad Tanoe or charged to reiponiible partiti ordering the tame FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 1908 TEN PAGES The temperance wave In Ohio rolls on Rod on The dryB are surely doing things to Ohio saloon b A FLOOD of political oratory Is bolojr turned Jooeo In Ohio by the republicans In the hope of course of rolling up tho ujuol big republican majority In this ate In presidential years Cbape has been placed on the doors of hundreds of Ohio saloons durlnff the past two weeks and hundreds moro will bo similarly decorated boforo the temperanco wave has spout Its force Congressman Kennedy is on tho stu...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 October 1908

it KV V f t r Terms 100 a Year y VOL XXXII I ritWiTiPHi r yy cnr THE MAHONINd DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS WASHINQTONVILLE v By Peter Al Herold The loaves nre leaving The J D Smith mine ii having a good trade In domeetlo coal James Zimmerman has set up the mine Boales for Molle Olrard MIbbbb Tllllo Herron and Mary Llxu el were homo from Salem Sunday Recent rains have helped fall pasturo and keeps the price of milk normal Clarence Bllgor of Calla spent Sun day here at the home of his mother Misses Mary and Lizzie Grlndlo ol Salom spent Sunday with relatives here Will Thomas ana mibs wary v irduu ol YoungBtown visited relatives hore 8unday P L Stouller sold avo good hogs to Squire Johnson and delivered the pork ers Monday Rev Kust and J H Longbottom are attending KaBtOhlo Synod In session at YoungBtown R W Orr of Lloyd Portage oounty called on Rev Kast and Mrs S J Tay lor laBt Friday The Lutheran ladloB will serve one of their popular chicken pie suppers Sat urda...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 October 1908

i t r I s ipr i mmmrnmm a The Fordyce Osborne Co Greater Exclusive Dry Goods House sieiSPsaasKssswssjiasssKessBsew Youngstown 0 Yes The Blankets Are Here In all their cosy warm appearance stacks of them to suit every purse and every taste at this stores always low est prices Thia store has built up a wonderfplly successful Blanket business done so on pure merit of the kinds we sell and the little prices another feature is having just as advertised For this seasons selling we think we can save you a little more money than ever true not much but every little helps and then the qualities sizes and styles add to merit Well have a special Blanket sale and exposi tion on Saturday Oct 17th Want all our patrons to attend and see that we mean this for their benefit Cotton Blankets size 104 worth 75c the Cflrr pair for 0J Cotton Blankets size 11 4 woith 1 the TCrr pair for vj Wool Blankets worth 350 the pair have a good assortment of these for this sale only d ir the pair for 4lO Eine Wool Bl...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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