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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 24 February 1911

IS K 19 s I 1 r 1 k v fflKr H lKtl in vw U IBSBgM mS ZfF tv m tf v WSJE 1 Tfl - S v - V These Specials Will Be On Sale For Cjne Day Only Saturday Feb 25th In Our Suit and Coat Department Greatest Values Of The Season etc Womens and Misses Coats In Cheviots Broadcloths Mixtures Values up to 32bv cholco on Saturday only for 750 Womens Tailored Suits In all wool materials a splendid rango of colors and sires values up to 3000 choice on Saturday only for 750 Womens One Piece Dresses In Serges Wool Panamas colors are Rose Blue Navy and Black values up to 1500 choice on Saturday only for 750 250 Puro Irish ulnen Waists with laundered collars and cuffs and embroidered fronts beautifully tailored The Tailored Waist will be the correct Ideal of dress this season values up to 350 choice on Saturday only for ijW 150 The Fordyce0sborne Co Greatest Exclusive Dry Goods House YOUNGSTOWN OHIO WASHINGTON Overcomo by his emotions and weakened by the Illness with which ho was stricken during the last ...

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. — 24 February 1911

r m i HOME HAPPENINGS 0 D Hointzolmdn sold two flno ponlos Io Wi Ji Snydor of iLIsbon ro contlyi Miss JIdlth COopo Instructor in tlio normal spent Wednesday at hor homo in Youngstown Col S B Parslial conducted n horflo salo In Lisbon last Saturday soiling a langd number of flno ani mals Quito a number of Canfleld peo ple atlended tho funeral of Dr S E Dyball In Youngstown Tuesday after noon Miss Helen Dickson and Mildred Taber lontortalnod a party of young folkB at tho formers homo Wednes day ovening Wednesday being a legal holiday tho Normal college and public schools closed as did a few business places In tho village Monday morning brought tho real nrtlclo of whiter tho snow bolns deep enough to make tlio use of tho snow plow necessary Quito a number of farmers In this locality opened their sugjar camps last week and a considerable quant ity of syrup was made The Builders Aid Society of tho Methodist church have chosen Fri day March 17 as tho date of their annual spring bazaar On ...

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. — 24 February 1911

h M hi 7f IM I i V I P 1 i x kJ M TlT J i H fcW 1 1 K ft J ffiW M t Atv ir v 1 It Ib not difficult for a cold wave to wear out Its welcome f Thcro is nothing chlldllko about the tnalovolenco ot lnfantilo paralysis Luckily this country raised a largo crop for there Is a shortago in French Wheat v Do not doBplso tho humhlo spud ho crop in ono county In Pennsyl vania is worth 1000000 Missouri authorities aro going to Import Moxlcan stlngless bees That Will b6 good nows for honey boy Chicago Is to have a new theater dcslencd to attract women Matlnco Idols will bo Us specialty wo infer This aviation business is all right but wo do wish that tho coal peoplo would quit trying for altltudo records Tho toil of death continues It Is a caso of nip and tuck between tho speeding autos and tho dashing bird men A Colorado professor says that peo plo get dlseaso germs by shaking hands La Grippe from the grip as It wero A Plttsburgor haB invented a fluid by tho uso of which each man can bo como his ...

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. — 24 February 1911

w W - rf - pa t SP77mTPAS talis Heme Baking Easy pi POWDER Absolutely Pure Tho ony baking powder mado from Royal Grapo Oroam of Tartar HO ALUM NO LI ME PHOSPHATE LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood J Cially formerly of Canfleld is now located In Salem Oregon where ho la doing well Tho grand opora houso In Salem closed Bevoiral months while ihelng converted Into a modern playhouse was reopened Tuesday night i From nearly every part ot the state como reports of bad roads Last year this time nothing was heard about bad roads for they won frozen solid Readers of the Dispatch will each week find many matters of Interest in the advertising columns Only clean arid reliable announcemets are accepted Judge J R Johnston of Youngs town well tfnowji throughout Mahon ing county Is spending a short- time at Hot Springs Ark for tho benefit of his health Judge Peter Lauhle of Salem who recently- retired from the circuit court- bench after a long and honor- -able career has- go...

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. — 24 February 1911

f frfi W if r 8 p tCv ig FB IK m lejv tK E S - I St i 1 b li W m i f V Lv f r j r 1V Hf fl l V ISSUED WEEKLY r C C FOWLER - Editor janfield ohio Telephone no 48 Terms of Subscription Orto Year 100 flix Months 50 Three Months 25 BJoele Copr 03 Canadian subscriptions 150 8peclal Notice Obituary Notices Resolutions of Re spect Cards of Thanks and notices tit church and charitable entertain racmts and the Uk where an admis sion fee la charged will be charged or at the rate of one half cent a word These must be paid for in advance or charged to responsible parties order ing Uro same FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24 1911 Since the defeat Tuesday of the Dean bill interest In legislative mat ters is not so intenso throughout the state as during the past six weeks Last Saturday Columbiana County Pomona representing 1200 grangers adopted resolutions against tho enact ment of tho Canadian reciprocity treaty Congressman Kennedy will feel that ho is vindicated by at least a portion of his constituency in his ...

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. — 24 February 1911

t w nf v v V SState M M MMwllil II mr East Liverpool Despondent fol lowing an alleged drunkon spree Victor klolloy 62 a coal miner hanged himself In Iho Washington Vlilo Jalli lio madoa ropo from a cot blanket Officer Thomas Dalrymplo hoard him drop to tho floor and found lilm dead St Clalrsvlllo A flerco flro of tinlmown origih destroyed tho power plant of tho Youghloghony Ohio Coal Co nt Barton entailing a loss of 1B000 and throwing at least 1000 men out of work for several weoks The plant supplies powor for tho threo mines of tho company at Barton Com pany officials rofuso to make any statement concerning tho flro ns tho plaint was burned under mysterious circumstances about a year and a lialt ngo Nowark Clarence Timmons aged 21 who pleaded guilty to man slaughter In connection with tho Kthorlngton lynching hero was sen tenced to 16 yoars In tho Ohio peniten tiary Toledo federal government -expects to show that tho tug mens union Is In leaguo with tho Great Lakes Towing Co lnlts ...

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. — 24 February 1911

y IS1 MI If B Kl i I H I c 1 ItSW fH Sr dM r J i V - - i ttiiffTTi i TV r Yi v vflKrfa 1 i i ifcNr V- II h V mmmiv 1 i Ta - vxti vmmmmvi v iiiJsirl v ttattf L Mt AMfaf MWfcyfcXVsssWsssl sra The Annual Spring Opening Sale 0F Carpets and Rugs Will Be Announced Soon It Will Be the Sale of Years 7 irvnn eii iv if at TRDUSS HiRSHBERG - I32H36 W TELP ITS ALWAYS GOOD YOUNQSTOWNTO j J i - - - - j j i -- - Wntl NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Weather conditions this week In dicate that the groundhog knew his business Warren business men have given lip the Idea of holding a big Fourth of July celebration this year Prof Maurer has been re elected superintendent of the Tebring public schools for another year three mem bers of the board of education voting for him and threo against hts reten tion Mrs Mary A Lehman of Hum holdt Kansas formerly of this coun ty in renewing her subscription writes I could not think of giving tip the Dispatch as it every week tells me about my old Ohio friends Bob Connell the youn...

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. — 3 March 1911

1 ft if IMT 4pKNfi 1 v miJ V At Wt W Vwmii 100 a Year VOL XXXIV I WASHINGIONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold In a- verse grand and sonorous I should llko to sing tho chorus Beauties of tho buckwheat cake I should llko o tell the story Of Its onward march of glory Freo of jbran and fako But alas I cannot sing ltt I have tried but I cant bring It Swelling grandly piping strong For lvo oalcn such a stack of Buckwheat cakes that Ive a lack of Boom within for song D M Stouffer of Leetonia was a Sunday visitor hero Miss -Clara Woods- Is homo from Salem with pneumonia The school Mds are- first In tho field with a base ball club Tho Methodist choir mot at tho Cottago hotel Saturday night Miss Elizabeth Woods of Alliance visited relatives herd Sunday Abraham Zimmerman and Frank Stouffor haVo opened their sugar camps Spring birds aro hore and Coxs groonhouso is being patronized for bouquotB John Kendlg of Green township 13 experimenting with furnace slag as a fertilizer i Frank Karnes ...

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. — 3 March 1911

R I I IV r Stf pv - iA S i lO Is u I SHORT NEWS NOTES Washington President Taft by inference was charged with using his appointive power to intimidate members of con gress by Senator Jonathan Bourne in a speech delivered in the senate Un til recent trouble over an Oregon ap pointment Senator Bourne was the Intimate friend and golQng compan ion of the chief executive and the speech took tho senate by surprise The Hobson bill to prevent the dis closure of national defense secrets which has passed the bouse was passed by tho senate without discus sion to The national house of representa tives passed the sundry civil bill which Included an appropriation of 3000000 to begin the work of fortify ing the Panama canal Tho senate is overwhelmingly in favor of protecting the big waterway The Sutherland amendment which it Is expected will accomplish tho de feat of tho resolution for the direct election of benators was adopted in tho United States senate by a voto of BO to 37 The senatoialso agr...

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. — 3 March 1911

w HOME HAPPENINGS v N6w maple syrup Is retailing in tho local market nt from 1 to 116 per gallon Many people In and about tho vlllago aro Buffering with severe colds atid grip Many changes In Cnnflold busi ness housos In recent years and par ticularly during tho past few months The C W B M of tho Christ ian church will meot nt tho homo of Mrs Albert Huxsaw Wednesday March 8 at 2 p m Several good runs of sap aro re ported tho past week but as yet very llttlo new maplo syrup has been offered in tho local market Tho Stltchory Club was pleasant ly entortalned Tuesday afternoon by Mrs C C Buck and Mrs D a Dick son at tho homo of1 tho former on West Main street Tho Builders Aid Socioty of tho w ta unurcn wm now a maplo sug ar social in the- church parlor this Friday evening to which tho public is cdrdlally Invited Frank Wotinoro has arranged tor tho property of tho late H M Meek er on High street and will take pos sessions of samo as soon as tho de tails aro completed Council will hold it...

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. — 3 March 1911

is ii 4 si r s t h 9 V to v 1 U fr S t I I l h U i i VS u p f f A V t v A- M bvi m u -in F J f J Cli NoV the coat man smiles anh tho lco man weeps Tho only prohibitive duty we need Is ono bn cholora It BlmplUlea matters when lost aeroi natits Ond themselves Not tho auto but tho reckless chauf leur merltB public condemnation Unlike the autolst tho aviator Is not ibothered with tho problem of Rood Ironda Iteckless auto driving must bo pun tJahcd with all tho severity tho law allows Tho lady who trios to smugglo In Jewelry Is probably too honest to steal a pin Tho aviation business doos not ueem to bo falling ofT although tho aviators arc Little Bobby Is getting ready to tell Santa Claus that ho wants an aoro iplano at Christmas tlmo Will women ever bo convinced that lit doos not pay to try to beat Undo Sam at tho smuggling game Prlnco Kropotkln has discovered tho bacillus of gout This will bo glad news for old man Common People One of tho sculptors explains that he Is seeking a divorc...

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. — 3 March 1911

P IV r J m M 7mA 1 Airw Makes the most nut ri tfcms food asud the HlOSt dainty -and delicious E v fathered In Town County and Neighborhood April 7 Is Arhor Day Saturday March 4 will be quar terly pension voucher filing day The board of county school ex aminers will conduct an examination 3n Youngstown on Saturday Andrew Carlisle a Newton Falls Tploneer died last Friday night after a short Illness with grip aged S3 years - During the past month country road conditions have been the worst In several years this being true In pearly every part of the state Dispatch advertisers are offering -many bargains Read their announce ments and then take advantage of the opportunity to save money on your purchases A trick cigar handed to Noel Ham an Alliance young man caused hlm to lose an eye When the cigar -exploded the spring struck Ham In vihe eye destroying the sight - The Bonnpt Co warm air factory at Louisville Stark -county burned one night last week fcauslng a loss of 20000 and throw ing ...

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. — 3 March 1911

i ir is i ii hit if - M J I r I n K i Ur 14 i 7P f H 5 it IP win neea a levy or over 6 mills The figures have been and are being usdd In opposition to a reduction of the valuation being taken by Auditor Wm B Jones when he went to Co lumbus where ho appeared Tuesday before the stato tax commission Tho new bridge being built by the Youngstown Sheet Tube company across the river at Struthers is near ly completed and will be a great con venience As a result of the new bridge many sheet-and-tube men are expected to build homes in Struth ers Word has come from Lowellvllle that a special election will bo held hero March 10 to voto on the Bupply ordinance Big delegation of local Elks going to Cleveland March 7 to attend the dedication there of the Elks now building Last Sunday evening about lSo of tho members of tho Columbiana Mens Personal Workers league went to New Waterford at their head At torney W S Anderson of this city and organized a mens leaguo there Mr Anderson has become one of t...

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. — 3 March 1911

w m wa jwT v rt mmmms y BERLIN CENTER March 1 Mrs H J Woolf was giv en a most enjoyable surprise party by friends at her homo last Saturday evening in honor of her fiftieth birthday anniversary The guest list Included Mr and Mrs W C Mock Mr and Mrs I J Smith Mr and Mra George Eclqls Mr and Mrs Jesso Gnlbreath Mr and Mrs iL E Hawkins Mr and Mrs B T Stanley Miss Borate Eckls Miss Smith Mrs B T Stanley and Ferris Eckls rendered delightful selections on tho Iplano After a most pleasurable eve ning tho guests departed for their respective homes wishing Mrs Woolf anany more happy birthdays Mrs WW Hawkins fell on tho side walk last Saturday night and sprain- s eaone oi ner uuiw 1 Whllo Miss Mary Hyatt was riding a npny in the barn tho other day the animal threw her oft and against a mill painfully Injuring her Will Renkenborger of Milton called -on friends hero Monday George Bhratlor was in North Ben iton Sunday looking after telephone interests He- reports everything there rln a- most flo...

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. — 3 March 1911

T fl AT l7 t Ml M i i1 s H M P X Mc -S NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS s It takes hustling to win success In any endeavor In life Tho next and great event of March Is St Patricks day on tho 17th In renewing his subscription to tho Dispatch Dr John X Walker ot Salem writes in a vein to encourage tho editor In his work Thanks Doc tor After Prank Chalker of Southing ton had worked hard making maple syrup thieves broko Into his sugrtt houso Monday night and carried away tho sweet stuff George Washington Austin ot Kent in his 103d year and out every day was tho recipient of a postcard shower tho 22d extending tho gwod wishes of frionds to this venerable namesake of tho father of his coun try Sheriff Polen and his deputies of New Philadelphia raided a barh owned by Samuel Hensel near tho puhllo square in that city and 39 barrels containing 4688 pint bottles of icer were confiscated by tho of ficers LaBt Friday morning as the Erio wrecker passed through Qlrard the boom of the derrick caught and tore dow...

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. — 10 March 1911

W Pi M i 1 h H tf k i m 7 ii v w ij V M V i - r oAiniMq t0LiciTY y The columns of The Mahoning Dis patch wfil fee- found among the beat in Iho iocal newspaper class A trial advertisement la solicited for display - classified or reader departments farms 100 a V VOL XXXIV I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold Leo Byster and Adolph Cowan wcro made Foresters Friday night Miss Marv Fltzslmniona mmn immn from Pittsburg laBt week to visit her J muuiur A class of 58 attended the teach ers examination at LiBbon last- Sat- urday ThomaB Qrlndle was hero from Canton on Sunday with friends and relatives Tho Methodist ladles realized 42135 from their supper and bazaar Saturday night Clifford Davis an Erlo operator at Sharon Pa camo home Friday night for a weeks rest Amos Butler jr -has favored- mo with lato copies of Los Angeles and San Diego dally papers Dan Easter has moved from High street Into the Coop property lately Vacated by Mln DeJane Phtllp Eckhnrt represented Mill- vlllo ...

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. — 10 March 1911

m BE6 ft te If luf W f0 I If V Bv Kf t Ml ili Hl P m fa MBanMhBiaMfcada i 1ii i iiV r - f - - - - rj a -a i i ii ii i n 1- i j i i 1 ji le Fipie Ostene Co Youngstown Ohio Our 25th Annual Linen Sale began last Tuesday with the greatest out pouring of customers this store has ever welcomed each and every one intent on securing some of the special values From the opening hour the first day of the sale the aisles have been thronged in fact the first day v hundreds of people could not be wait t ed upon but they came the next day and will continue to come until their want lists are filled could not keep them away Every day this week the stocks will be replenished with the special lines On Saturday we will have some extraordinary values that have not been advertised yet want to make it the biggest selling day of the week AH records have been broken for Linen selling at this sale If youve any Linens on your want list no matter how small bring your list here on Saturday some surprise values ...

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. — 10 March 1911

i KJ V r t IU fa t tfr Vr J wyil HOME HAPPENINGS Mnny cold and grip sufferers in vUiis locality Anon -was born Thursday morning to Mr and Mro Warren Harding R Jt Delte Is having a barn built neat his High Btroot residence Regular monthly moetlng of the Jocal Masonlp lodge this Friday evening A now roof was placed on the Farmers National bank building Wednesday Dr J M Van Horn will proach In tho Christian church next Sunday morning and evening Teachers and puplla of the Catl field public schools aro enjoying a Wooltfft vacation School will reopen next Monday morning Snow fell Tuesday afternoon ap parently Just as easy as In the dead of winter Owners of Bnow shovels have certainly gotton their money out of them tho past four months Tho Rullders Afd Society of tho M B Church will hold a bazaar In the church parlor next Thursday af ternoon and In tho evening will serve supper Tho public Is cordially In vited Judge D F Qrlfflth of Youngs town gavo an excollont address on tho work of tho ...

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. — 10 March 1911

U Ifr BSF l rf iE Sfr AVf m i Wt r 2 rj M 1 1 fV f tj rf tr MSffl lPW i iiHmm i nt i at Tt ifltCa n T TIT jtlfi The Fprdyce Osborne Co Youngstown Ohio Our 25th Annual Linen Sale began last Tuesday with the greatest out pouring of customers this store has ever welcomed each and every one intent on securing some of the special values From the opening hour the first day of the sale the aisles have been thronged in fact the first day hundreds of people could not be wait t ed upon but they came the next day andi will continue to come until their want lists are filled could not keep them away Every day this week the stocks will be replenished with the special lines On Saturday we will have some extraordinary values that have not been advertised yet want to make it the biggest selling day of the week AH records have been broken for Linen selling at this sale If youve any Linens on your want list no matter how small bring your list here on Saturday some surprise values for you The Fordyce O...

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. — 10 March 1911

1 f ifl m W I V w t r W i m w i If J - iwv W fW TO it- IE i T JW r p V I 5 VJf V- rfMGXMElSV ti - T AV - A SM - - t A- 3 1 J ui twtow V k - U A houso in St Louis was sot on flro 5y n flroiosB cooker Now whatll we Jo An Iconoclast Is a man who knocks our pet theories into tho middle of next week I After all in charging a dollar for jtrlmmlng hair the barbers nro making ja cukprico Just when wo wcro getting used to peanuts nnd spring water tho price bf meat goes down A Detroit woman was divorced while attending a card party Again tho law of compensation A now flOO counterfeit bill Is in cir culation When buying bacon exam ine your chango carefully Thoro should bo some great world market in which war scares could be purchased cheaper by tho dozen In tho silk war between Italy and Japan goods and prices cut much inoro of a figure than battleships An ossified man has been married In Pennsylvania but it is suspected that this 13 not tho first case on record A sacred cow in Central park No...

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