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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 30 December 1910

Skate News CleTeland An armed man sup posed to be crazy and seeking the life of John D Rockefeller at bis summer estate Forest Hill exchanged shots with Bert Knapp the keeper and Marshal Stamberger ot East Cleveland The stranger after empty ing his revolver at the marshal and the keeper fled through the grounds and escaped Wellston Shot by a policeman Vhlle defying arrest after fatal ly stabbing his -wife Frank Buck ley a miner was killed Instantly The tragedy climaxed a Christmas drink ing bout at the home of Lewis E Boggs Mr and Mrs Buckley having been among a number of Boggs nelgh Ibors who had been invited to partici pate After Buckley had drunk freely he Jealously charged that his wife was paying too much attention to Stanley Slagel a guest at Boggs home The enraged husband followed the verbal charge with an attack on Slagel In which he knocked htm down Akrons Daniel Pfaff a Civil war veteran aged 67 was found dead In his small honse at Warwick frozen stiff after having been th...

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. — 6 January 1911

vm - Jr i 7V V j JT wm V 4 i - e j - j NWPTxWtrf sromi placing your onotrj IVr Job Printing- jail on or Write The StttkoaiA Diatch for estimates Xodcm type tictt machinery ana methods at employed and torr reiulte are guaranteed Prices are right too - r items i lgO a Year vol xxxrvvi WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Horold Just ono year ago tonight Midst tho din f blowing hiJrn Kinging boll and guns affright Llttlo lPxO was born Now farcwoll Old Year bo going Ali ur ipaet has beon forglvon Wo will have theres Joy In knowing Another chanco in 1911 jfames Skillcorn of Youtogatown epent Sunday at tho Coltago Hotel Blngyllle was well represented at tho masquerade ball In Salem New Years Eve Jas Atkinson sr is able to he out after a few weeks confinement with rheumatism Elmer Bowman of the Erie section has bought the engagement ring for a pottery lady at Sebrlng There are 360 shopping days before next Christmas Consult thoBo who advertise in these columns Joseph Tourdot has sold...

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. — 6 January 1911

1 1 J IV f h 1 J IJO t ft llr h gRjns SHORT NEWS ITEMS CotTee has advanced a trifle mors than 4 cents a pound for all gradosi owing to the rapidly shrinking visible supply and a scheme to control the amount put on the market Further rises may be expected Governor Marlon E Hay of Wash ington has denied the request of Sun nyslde women who sent blm a peti tion that he recommend to the legls i lature a bill oxomptlng women from jury duty Eight men were killed and two in- Jured In the Lick Ford mine of the Red Jacket Coal company near Thack or W Va when a mine car ran away knocking props down and allowing1 thousands of tons of coal to fall onl the victims - Glfford Plncbot former chief ter and Amos Plnchot submitted toi President Taft a brief against the al- lowing of tho Cunningham coal land claims In Alaska An experimental postal savings bank was opened by tho government In one city In each state and terri tory John A DIx was inaugurated gov V ernor of New York state amid the tooning o...

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. — 6 January 1911

i jsW a HOME HAPPENINGS Hesolutloiis stllf without a frac ture jUt Zero weather and plenty of It this winter The man who can Btnllo in tha face of adversity Is worth whllo Soveral local biftlnoss firms are In the mldBt of annual stock taking of Prayer la being ob served by the vlllago churches un ion serYlcQi feeing held every oven lng Tho first county toachers J n - y 3 J A CITIZEN WRITES About Improved Roads In Canfield Township Showing Cost arid Giving Other Facts Last year Improved or mncadam roads wore built by tho trustees of Cnnfold township from the beech Iroo corner to Herberts Corners un der what Is known as tho iLongworth law 127 miles I W Coy was tho contractor nnd tho amount paid him wns 641175 Tills wub cxcluslvo of sprinkling and rolling From Her berts Corners to Main street In tho village of Cnufleld 125 miles was E W Coy at cost of 401251 oxclus Ivo of sprinkling nnd rolling also from Droad street to Chlndosters Corners a dlnstnnco of 140 miles was nation of tho1 ye...

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. — 6 January 1911

V f J i t V vhV 9 I ill A V tali I jteMP 1 Mmm w A yYimicmm ies H ArPi Htr 3av m If l it y Mf I Viv XvMfcW m 1 A Ww It 1 mv ft II Pfflfctst I St Wsl m I A AlrB I fwa II I 27i n N i fSHiir f V choice ftmW I rTKRTTtT m V li V THREE BIG ONES 100 Ladies Plain Black Waists now 39c 200 Waists black and col ors special 75c 300 Ladies Nuns Veiling Soisette and Mohair Waists black and all colors are now 125 SILK WAISTS Ladies fine Silk Waists black or colors values from 3 to 5 special while they last at 48c to 259 WAIST SPECIALS 98c white embroidered Lad- Waist 37c 198 white embroidered Ladies Waist 69c Come and take your pick EXTRA Childrens All Wool Coats all sizes all colors aged 6to 14 values from 4 to 1000 choice from 198 to 398 i NOTIONS The reduced price tags in our Notion Department will price to you the genuineness of this sale Take a notion to come and youll take some no tions with 3tvk JUST SPECIAL Uot of Junior and Misses Skirts H I av IHIw vl fBi I H HI H Vi mmw I 1 1 1 I IBhI l...

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. — 6 January 1911

Ei i5 v JLV W flKs tei 300 colored edge Sweater Coats LbCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Mako good on at least one of those Now Years resolutions Water wagons are still creaking under the load of some of tko boys Who boarded it New Years morning Atwatef has a brass band of 20 pieces and Its services are much In demand at farmers institutes and other public gatherings A J Fontaine a lineman fell irora a loiegrapn pole in Nlles the other day broke his right arm and sustained internal Injuries - Robt Rector iof Warren 48 years old while Insane last -week commit ted sulcde by Blowing off the top of his head with a shot gun Fred Walters a young farmer residing near Bayard haji the ends of four fingers torn off In a corn shredder one day -last week In -a row Sunday night among Lisbon Italians Max Skingellette was shot and probably fatally wounded by Tony Rose who is under arrest Hard times in Salineville are credited with the failure of J H Mbwery who conducted a gr...

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. — 6 January 1911

s l I f IV r M Si WW IV r W iK S Mi U u M C ghfytmng gispicfc issued WEEKLY C C FOWLER CANFIELD Editor OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Terms of Subscription Ono Year 100 BU Months 50 Thrco Months 25 JEUngl Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions 150 Special Notlos Obituary Notice Resolutions ot Re pect Card of Thonka and noticca ot church and charitable entertain ments nnd the Ilk where an admis sion fee Is charged will bo charged tor at the rate of one half cent a word Theso mutt bo paid for in advance or charged to responsible parties ordor Jng tbo same FRIDAY JANUARY 6 1917 A joint caucus of tho democratic members of tho house and senate will bo held this Friday afternoon to decide upon a candidate for tho Unit ed States senatorshlp Stephen B Elklns U S Senator from West Virginia died In Washing ton early Thursday morning He was a native of Ohio having been born in Perry county Sept G 1841 Ho had long been prominent in the political affairs of tho country Brick pavement on the vestsldo of Broad stre...

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. — 6 January 1911

r f - K m o DEP0S1 T SfeSLVS a MONEY IN UNGLE SAMS GARE AMY PEOPLE THROUGHOUT COUNTRY PATRONIZE POS TAL 8AVINQ8 BANKS Ashtabula O Jan 4 Many people Waited lb lino boforo tho postal sav lngB banks windows In tho postofllce hero which has Just opened Tho banh starts with a largo patronage and tvlll bo popular Many farmers were among tlfo depositors Bristol 11 I Jan 4 Tho postal sayings bank opened horo with more business than tho officials In tho Bris tol postofflco anticipated There wore 49 depositors in all with some hun dreds of dollars received Predicts Good Business Ansonlaj Conn Jan 4 The faot that a notlco was rocolved from Wash ington stating that Interest on depos its would not begin until Fobruary 1 bad a good deal to do with the lack of lnterosfln tho opening of tho pos tal savings bank here Thero woro few depositors but many called to auk tho rato of Interest and other de tails Postmaster Qaylord predicts that tho bank will bo doing a good business by Fobruary 1 Passiac N ...

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. — 6 January 1911

w K K ftl iff kt w i s v J ft t Mv CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT On this bank nrc n good investment Because With our ample resources and the liability of our stockholders they ARE a SAFE investment Because A certificate can be converted into cash without delay shoxild it be neccssniy Because They pay as liberal a rate of interest as can bo expected of short time investment Because We will issuo a Certificate of Deposit at any time and it will begin to earn interest immediately upon the date of deposit Because We pay FOUR PER CENT interest the highest rate consistent with V SAFE Banking Because A vastly greater number t 01 people nave paved me way to real success in the good old fashioned savings bank way than by investing in enterprises where in the INVESTMENT does not bear the closest ivestigation During one year ending Dec 1 1910 we paid in interest to our savings and time depositors 1021558 also 300000 in dividends to our stockkholders Wo have 39 stockholders We have hundreds of people...

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. — 13 January 1911

WV u W Verms 100 a Tear vl vol xxxiv r The appraised yalue of the land in i Green township is a little less than one million dollars upon which to predicate a township loan while the land in the first district at Youngs town is probably 25 -times that amount After the township map shall have been made there will like ly bo a demand for Improving the dirt roads also Peter McCave was present and stated that he would accept a con tract to build a few miles of the good road with ordinary field stones and a top dressing of furnace slag for less than any road had yet been built but he was declared out of order Those who came to the meeting in automobiles were frequently referred to as not needing any- better roads than then prevailed One of the auto lsts replied to his assailant as a wise guy The taxpayers of Green township can have a few months yet in which to think and talk tho matter over among themselves and will likely come to tho conclusion that good roads are needed and vote affirm...

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. — 13 January 1911

b t ltsaft1 8fc m SBS lff l S K iii i tfl V - 3 at I i J 1 w I 5 I- i r f3 n Sf m VI u l Eft M1 sc 2 w w b3 L The Fordyce Osbornc Co f -5 5 4 js V COPYRIGHT PW ft ira 1 - I fc W asy iL bet AT HOME AND ABROAD Huppenlngs That Are Making History Information Gathered From All Quarters of the Globe and Qlvon In a Few Lines PERSONAL Funeral services over the body of Senator Stephen D Elkius of West Virginia who died in Washington from septic poisoning after an 111- MBS of nearly a year were hold at JClklns W Va Large delegations of public men were In attendance at Uio funeral ceremony Bishop William Paiet of tho Protestant Episcopal diocese of Mary land is 111 at Baltimore of pneu monia and prayerB wero offered In the churches of that denomination for his recovery Reports from Mexico City announco I tho resignation of General Cozlo min ister of war following a long confer ence at which tho displeasure of Pres ident Diaz was exprpssed over tho poor showing tho army is making In suppressing...

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. — 13 January 1911

M tf s MppTrv1 HOME HAPPENINGS 1 v Thoro will bo a mooting of tlio local Masonic lodgo this Frlilny nlng 1 A mooting of Dublin Grange will bo held In Odd Follows hull noxt Thursday night at 730 oclock Tho Canflold Hardware Co has purchased nn nutomobllo to bo used In connection with its business Tho Ladles Auxiliary Board of tho Normal will banquet tho Board of Trado at tho college noxt Tuesday night f A sovoro gale swept over this eectlon last Sunday night but unlike many localities no serloii3 damago was done It A Drrfwn has sold his Court street property to Mrs O A Cook who takes possession April 1 Con sideration 2600 Tho Missionary Society of tho Presbytorlan church will meet with Mrs Alexander Dickson next Wed nesday afternoon at 2 oclock At tho county teachers examina tion hold in Canfleld last Saturday thoro woro eleven applicants for ele mentary certificates and ouo for a high Bchool certificate On account of other gatherings In the village the meeting of tho Mens Club has b...

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. — 13 January 1911

H I- a ij H ii- IrlS lift Wli - ft ft l sV I 4 I M r 1 ri a M fr i i r 4 SA u r m W n B i i l iri I h I a E lffif i ft I Ilk r vf rmi53i fftW 5 Pfffri V DOGTOft TELLS HIS STOTtY GIVES DAMAGING TESTIMONY AGAINST MRS SCHENK Says Woman Deliberately Adminis tered Sugar of Leal and Then Poison to Her Husband Wheeling W Va Jan 11 A w6n dcrful comblation story one part of It dealing with tho Ingenious machina tions of a woman who is said to have soiight murder at any cost and tho otht part having to do with tho equally Ingenious detectlvo and pre ventive measures adopted by thoso who discovered her aim came out nt tho trial of Laura Parnsworth Schonk trr tho poisoning of her millionaire husband John O Schenk Tho two sided story was developed through tho questions of Prosecutor Bornnrd Handlan nnd tho answors of Dr Lamoyno Hupp tho physician who attended tho rich meat man Sum marized It Is that Mrs Schenk delib erately gavo sugar of lead and then arsenic to her husband told tho doctor that ...

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. — 13 January 1911

H mwwmmtu ft -ML v w LOCAL NEWS ITEMS datherecMn Town County and Neighborhood Many cases of typhoid fover are reported in Nlles Portago Rubber Co at Akron has In creased Its capital to a million dol lars Qeauga county sugar makers will lipid their annual convention In Bur ion Feb 4 During 1910 Youngstown police men jmado 8C2G arrests as- against 6535 In lauD Tins must be one of those old fashioned winters most of us have heard much about Sobrlng Is to have a new tery 35 acres of land having been purchased of Edward Lamborn for G500 Congressman Thomas has Intro duced a bill authorizing a federal building1 In Niles the limit of cost to be 100000 There are many Interesting bus iness announcements In todays Dis patch and It will bo time well and profitably spent to read them Harmon Osborne died in Bristol township last Saturday morning aged 72 years He was prominent in War ren Masonic and G A R circles During 1910 Dr Andrew Wilson of Ravenna officiated at G4 funerals and 55 weddings or ...

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. — 13 January 1911

kH kf 2S iSi7 v i JA a k m w B Rf ifn W - gKMWtoriE B I V r tj RKfl ISSUED WEEkLY C C FOWLER CANFIELD Editor OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Terms of Subscription One Year 100 Bit Months BO Three Months 25 Blnglo Copy 03 Canadian 150 r I Special Notice Obituary Notice Resolutions of Re rfpect Cards of Thanki and notices Of church and charitable entertain ments and the Hk -where an admla lon fee la charged will bo charged for at the rato of one half cent a word Theso mut be paid for In adTanco or charged to rosponstblo partial order ing UK same FRIDAY JANUARY 13 1911 Governor Judson Harmon enter ed upon his second term Monday Ho Is tho first democratic governor of Ohio to succeed himself slnco the civil war It is hoped that tho Agricultural Ex tension School being held here this week under the auspices of tho agri culture department of tho Oblo Stato University may be made a permanent annual event A great work Is being done In advancing tho lnterestt of ag riculture and stock raising Over In Yo...

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. — 13 January 1911

- ft V vaJ5S5sa5535 It New Years Fantasy By PHILIP KEAN SSiSS35SSf55SaU Copyright by Amoolttod Utcnty rrem vNtr t VL HE long lino ot poopta stretched down tho wind ing walk In front of tho Whlto Houso nnd through to gato nnd out Into tho streot On Now Years day all tho world might como nnd shako lianas with tli president and It seemed as If halt tho world had availed Itself of tho privilege Marcla Marks folt most ovorpowerodby tho thought of tho honor that was boforo her Marcla had not yot learned to ehrug her shoulders at high position and august ofllclalo Sho had boon In Washington only threo weeks That sho wub soon to havo a poop at tho wonders ot which sho had heard so much seemed like a part of the fairy lore which sho had loved ns a child Sho wished that there was some ono who might sharo her Pleasure J3ut sho had made no friends so she shifted from ono foot to the other moving forward slightly as far up at tho other end of tho lino peo ple were admitted through a magic door I...

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. — 13 January 1911

If M i i k fr I Pr r te 6fe T k i j JV V i fk The One Old Reliable Store TEACHERS EXAM Following Is tho list of questions used last Saturday throughout Ohio at county teachers elementary school examinations THEORY AND PRACTICE 1 What is your highest aim in teaching United States history Why How do you accomplish it 2 State what you understand by The supplementing of thougnt Why is this necessary Why do authors fail to express their thoughts more completely Do children have the ability to supplement thought very well Give a direction for teaching children to supplement the thoughts of the authors 3 Give a short explanation of TThe organization of ideas as a factor in study How shall we measure the progress of a child in the ability toi study Of what value is a fact In study What can you say of the practice of marking books that you read 4 What school laws have we thnt encourage professional training and study on the part of teachers espec ially those who aro about to enter the work 5...

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. — 13 January 1911

t mm it HEDLARES TREATY WITH HONDURAS STATE DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES COMPACT DETWEEN UNITED STATES AND REPUBLIC Washington Jan 11 Tho state dc partnlont announced horo tho signing of a convention or troaty botwoon tho United States and Honduras which perfects tho loan of American hankers to tho Central Amorlcau republic which will rehabilitate its finances and mako It a firm nlly of tho United States undor tho protection of tho American flag Tho signer on the part of tho United States Is Secretary of Stato Knox and on tho part of Hon duras Mr Juan Paredes minister t plenipotentiary on special mission to tho United States from Honduras Tho loan as stated by officials of the stato department Is for ton million dollars which is to bo guaranteed by tho cus toms receipts of Honduras Effect of the Treaty The Important provision of tho treaty which makes the United States practically n party to tho loan Is that there shall bo a supervisor who shall have tho right on the part of tho bank ors to...

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. — 13 January 1911

bn i fr N S HM i 1 100 Underwear Men all wool Underwear nit lzet bhlria or draw era natural wool or cam els hair the 100 kind Going Out of Business pfloe 59c 35c Union Suits Childrens Fleeced Union Suits also blaok pants or ladies fleeced fibbed vests or pants Going Out -of Business price 29c 59c Night Gowns Ladles heavy weight Flannelette Night Gowns cheap at 59c Going Out of Business price 39c 50c BELTS Ladies Belts leather or silk stock collars and ties your choice 50 values Going Out of Business price each 5c 100 MILL SHIRTS All wool mill flannel Shirts or Drawers well made cut full 100 values Going Out of Business price 64c 75c NIGHT GOWNS Mens heavy flannelette Night Gowns cut big full length 75o value Going Out of Business price 41c 8c CANVAS GLOVES Mens excellent quality of heavy Canvas Gloves regular 8o value Going Out of Busi ness price pair 3c 35c KIMONAS Ladies fleece lined Kimo nas in assorted colors beau tiful patterns Going Out of Businss price 19c 200 COATS One Tot o...

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. — 20 January 1911

n r v r9BXm rV ft iy mm FOR OAlNNc PUBLICITY Thb columns- 6i The- Mahoulng Dis patch wIU bo found among tho best i In tho local nowspapor class A tflnl advertisement Is solicited for display classified or reader departments Terms t 100 a Taar I VOL XXXIV I Washinqtonville local gleanings By Peter M Herold Miss -Kit Wilson spent Sunday with jauy menas la Leotonia Miss Minnie Stouftor waB at homo from Alllanco over Sunday Philip Rhodes has Joined our vil lage band and plays a cornet Jack Rabbit of Franklin Square wa here Saturday night taking in tho town Miss Minnlo Wlnroso is working in tho Columbiana garment factory and epends hor nights at home A goodly number of our young peo ple went to Lisbon Saturday night to seo Tho Missouri Girl There are BC7 farmers boys and glrla at Ohio Stato University the merchants coming next with 168 A family named McBrlde hns mov ed hero from Pennsylvania and ocl cupy tho Elijah Eyster property Miss Gertrude Blind of Sobrlng spent Saturday and Sunday ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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