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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 22 December 1911

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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. — 22 December 1911

i3 n M ft 1 m p n Pi til I ft1 if tic mm mm 53k T - t f rt MVi M Ji l s fc V m fill PS SK w E35 Bar w m aiik fryAaforasfls V - Useful Bv isa Ritf af t r6MK mwmak la IflfLfA jf 111 Largest Stock Lowest Prices grrirr in7trrirrrrrTirrnM i Improvident Little Emll was -walking home from church with his mother and In pass- ting the Ice cream parlors wanted some His mothers repeated no did not satisfy him She finally said 1 cant buy any I havent any money Emll replied Then why didnt you take some when they passed 11 around National Monthly It wa a Hat Not an Orange One day Mildred who Is two and one half years old came out and as her mother had gone down town to get ber a new bat I asked her what color her mothers hat was I said Is it green blue white red or or ange She answered -It aint no orange its a hat Chicago Tribune He Mr Alphabet Still The petition of a Stamford Conn jeweler to have bis name changed from Slgismonakronholtz to Kronn was denied by Judge Curtis of the su perior court ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 22 December 1911

ht I 262 WEST FEDERAL STREET speaker and addressed particularly the normal college stuaems wno nuu as sembled in the chapel Among other things he said he graduated 3 years ago Practically all tho sciences have ilbeen born since then Thank God for all this He was taught to believe tho world was made in six days liter ally we know now usi now wo wni1i1 Txrna mnrla tlirnnpll RPipnce Gods plan was systematic We could not have had all the modern inven tions had not God planned for it and made theso things possible He de scribed a visit to potash mines In Germany This potash was put there ly the omnlpltant hand of God for our use In agriculture Opportunities for education are much greater than formerly Tho opportunity is ours to improve Nursery Stock and Pruning was the subject of H J Speakers first talk H J Speaker observed that some one had already sown good seed That rfarmers already have pruned very well The division of orchard and nursery inspection was established on ly 10 years ago...

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. — 22 December 1911

lii I 3 6 f V I Sj wWf - -- a i a t 19 KS f f 5 ft m JTHE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1911 s Ux r at- I Ohio Happenings Washington 0 H Tho city ordl nanco passed by tho outgoing city council by suspension ot the rules doubling tho salaries ot councllmon And director of public service was vo toed by Mayor Roll Q Allen who ro Itlres from oftlco January 1 Marysvlllo A postal savings bnnh will bo established January 12 Post master C H Huffman will have chargo pf tho bank Toledo J TV Gunnels who has conducted a matrimonial agency here for years and who Is said to bo o millionaire Is missing and the police have been asked to search for him Ho has been In ill health for several months Cincinnati Cincinnati charities will benefit about 135000 In accordance With tho will of Asa Van Wormer ol this city under a compromise which has been agroed on by tho heirs and Attorneys for tho charities represent ted Tho childrens homo will bo the irecipient of tho greatest amount as 11 jwas left ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 December 1911

m S m i m jAWMiJt tJfrtWWWMt t I 111 M II I arsw JUST A TIMELY 8UQQE8TI0N You probably havo somo friend who would llko io read Tho Mahoning him Dispatch tho coming year Why n6t ordor tho paper sent as a Now Yoar s girt 7rins 100 a Tear Y VOL XXXV I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold Miss Kit Wilson Is bedfast with grip Andrew Mulr Is still housed with heart trouble Tho Sunday schools treated to candy oranges and nuts Sunday fore noon Tho Dynamo club will hold a sup per and dance in Allens hall Saturday night Miss Graco Smith Is attending a holiday reception In Pittsburgh this week Mrs Blanch Wilson and son Ker mlt of Salem visited at tho Cottage hotel Tuesday Abraham Zimmerman Is spending this winter at tho homo of his son John L in Springfield R D Maxwell has had a load pipe cinch In tho delivery of Christmas trees from Pino Hollow Mrs Wm Itecso of Mlllvillo was at thb bedside of her daughter Mrs Leon Luxlcuel a f w days Jos Cox C S Anglemeyer and E H Relker had fine...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 December 1911

P Ifu i i i k li i 1 11 i im IH II i I i M ill- - i 50000 Worth of Merchandise sal MtjJmtitol ail THE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY DECEMBER 29 1911 1f flr 1 Change 1 of fl Firm Thursday The Fordyce Osborne Co After February 1st The Geo L Fordyce Co Dry Goods News Reorganization Sale Started Thursday Dec 28th Thn Pnrrivec OBhorne So - i i u tiM n a f i a k u i tennrnn ti inn l in iiiiii u i mw -- - Involving the name of a synonym zzfy sa7 ui iii makVthls the mostfar reaching and stupendous sale in tho stores twemyeigru yeare niu CPa While we have extra salespeople yet we ask our patrons to have patience and all will be waited upon THE COATS AND SUITS Will have tho greatest cut prices weve too many letter take the loss all at once and now Is the time No reservo either if theres any you like look at the cut price It will tell the story THE FURS TO GO A backward season leaves a lot of Furs here now its not a matter of value we will not carry any over against our policy even if we dont get f...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 December 1911

S HOME HAPPENINGS A Happy Now Year to all Real thing winter Thursday mor ning It right was a green Christmas all Thoro wero numerous family din ncrs and gatherings In tho vlllago on ChrlstmnB Tho Mahoning county fair noxt yoar will bo hold In Canfleld Sept 10 11 and 12 Many car loadB of feed are being sold by local dealers to farmers in this locality O D Helntzelman tho other day eold a flno Shetland pony to Clark Balrd of Calla A now roof has been placed on a part of tho Hollls residence occupied toy H J Dickson and family Horo Is hoping tho now year may havo much happiness and prosperity In store for you and yours Tho Girls Uub enjoyed a Boclal session last Thursday night at tho homo of Miss Clara Williams Tho C W B M of tho Christian church will meet with Mrs L B Curtis at 2 p m Thursday Jan 4 Very creditable Christmas enter tainments wero given in all tho vll lago churches the latter part of last week Council will meet next Monday night and after tho business of tho past year is...

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. — 29 December 1911

s iff B 4i 262 WEST FEDERAL STREET 4 Trerresa EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA 1 k LIHbIbbIsIIIIIIIh Qreat anxiety Is felt in Austria over the condition of Francis Joseph the aged emperor notwithstanding the official statements that his ailment is merely a bid case of catarrh FARM EQUIPMENT THEloli Convention of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers Draws Crowd to St Paul St Paul Dec 27 Large attend ance and an attractive program mark the usual meeting of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers which opened this afternoon in the Hotel Ryan Dean Woods of tho Uni versity of Minnesota welcomed the ylsltors and response made by P S Ipse of Madison Wis after which ibe president Charles A Ococlc of Madison delivered his address The papers of the afternoon were by P R Packman of Springfield O on fiFactors Governing Accuracy and in Grain Drills and by C gnlformlty need of Urbana 111 on Corn Planter Tests WOULD EXCLUDE THE PUBLIC Lawyer Wants Statute Enacted That Would Grant Private Trial ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 December 1911

H k v LOCAL NEWS ITEMS lathered In Town County and Neighborhood A Happy Now Year to all Country roads havo for sovcral weeks beon almost Impassable being either muddy or very rough when frozen Henry Pansier a natlvo of Trum bull county died Christmas day at his homo In Dazotta township aged 33 years Now that Christmas Is over thoro will bo time to construct good reso lutions for 1912 Malto em but dont break cm Local correspondents will confer a lasting favor by using soft lead pencils and writing on only ono side of a sheet of paper Some of our local exchanges are not being issued this week In order to give tho editors uid printers an opportunity to onjoy tho holiday sea son s H It is prodlcted that within a few years the growing of Christmas trees will have become as much of an in dustry In this country as It Is in Germany John Morris at Mineral Rldgo In drilling a well for water struck gas and when lighted the flame leapod sov cral feet abovo tho ground and show ed a good pressure...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 December 1911

ft f J ftl ar ftf1 Ly f vwyy EC i 9i r I IX V Li k it w 1 If wf m s I iH I sFSSSI ffirfl STrTJpWTy v vntr in I tyt Panning Qhspty I8SUED WEEKLY f C C FOWLER Editor CANFIELD O10 TELEPHONE NO 48 Terms of Subscription One Year L00 Six Months BO Thres Months 25 Single Copy 3 Canadian subscriptions 1B0 Special Notice Obituary Notlcos Resolutions of Re spect Cards o Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertain meats and the like whore an admls s Hlon fee Is charged will be charged ror at the rate of one half cent a word Theo must be paid for In advance or chkTged to responsible parties order jlUK the same FRIDAY DECEMBER 29 1911 It Is said that Col W J Bryan will insist upon writing a temperance plank into the democratic national platform and somo party leaders are credited with being frightened Judging from the number of demo crats who are in the race for nomina tion for county offices In this normal ly republican county there must be a large sized suspicion that theio will be a...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 December 1911

T LA INSIST UPON BEAUTY -WHY WOMEN RIGHTLY CLING TO PREVAILING 8TYLE8 Graceful Lines of Present Fashions Are Not Lightly to Be Given Up Really a Debt Is Owing to the Harem Skirl Up to this moment tho air has boon filled with rumors of radical changes In dross yot so far aro still slim sylphs still graceful still young In fact tho makors tkomsolvoB havo tern porarlly given up tho fight for decided changes and aro bending all tholr ef forts toward making tho styles wo havo moro beautiful Manufacturers too aro holplng on tho good work and from whizzing looms como velvets silks gauzes tulles that look as It they had been spun by the fairies Indeed since the days of the French 1X51113 fabrics have never been more sumptuous than now and besides they comport with tho great require ment of the hour youthfulness Frail gauzes aro exquisitely traced over 1 with cut velvet veilings are threaded over with tinsel laces for everything hut the street get up are as fine as cobwebs v No material -can...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 December 1911

It i s rf r k w u i t e jaFaB RPwBPv1 v rfw JEW vwww ninppWT tinpwwre7BWWijfiWHiuj N 3 MRS ALFRED VANDERBILT i t IKAvg If tKW y XW Alfred Gwynne Vanderbllt and his wife whom ho married recently at ftelgate near London are touring Eu rope on ttielr honeymoon Mrs Van dtrbllt wa Mra Margaret Emerson WcKlm - x- FOURTEEN DIE BY VIOLENCE IN OHIO Columbus O Dec 27 Mur der suicide and accidents caused the deaths of 11 Ohloans In 24 hours according to dispatches received here from nearly a dozen points in this state Fol lowing is the record of one days violent deaths Cincinnati Robert Crew shot to death on houseboat by brother-in-law Cincinnati Joseph Parker found murdered near railroad tracks In suburb Cincinnati Alexander Luhr found dead near canal close to scene of womans murder Cincinnati Fred Klosterman scalded to death in malt vat in brewery in suburb Obcrlin John Perham farmer boy killed by electric car near city Canton John W Duper dis covered dead in wreck believed by coroner to hav...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 5 January 1912

JU8T A TIMELY 8UQQESTI0N You probably have aomo friend who would llko io road The Mahoning Dispatch the coming year Why n6t order the paper sent as a Now Year gift Turns 100 a Year VOL XXXV I WASHINQTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold A happy now year Good by to 1911 Georgo Cobedcsh was in Canton seeing Santa Claus Everybody was busy last week showing prpsents received Mrs John Senior spent Christmas with friends at East Palestine James Daughninn of Dunganon was tho guest of Wim A Cox Monday James A Sklllcornof Youngstown spent Sunday at tho Cottagq hotel Charles Blackburn and wife of Lis bon spent Sunday with relatives hero and at Salem This time last year many of tho ico houses about town were filled but not so now Mrs Nancy Boston of Alllnnco was here a few days with friends and former neighbors Sid Brain spent the holidays with relatives near Alliance North Ben ton and Deerflcld Deltch Suramerville of tho Dem Ing works in Salem spent Sunday hero with his parents John ODel...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 5 January 1912

K m r H Moro Rc organlzatlon Specials Thursday Re Organization Sale Prices on Dresses All sorts of Dresses are very much in popular favor and wo offer Mcsallno Silk and Novelty Cloth Dresses sultablo for outdoor and indoor wear special for each 1000 Peter Thompson Dresses trimmed In red and white braids former prlco 1000 re organization sale prlco 750 Houso Dresses made of strip Percales wero 100 each re organization sale price each 85c Reduced Price Coat Selling in Full Swing With the Re Organization Sale prlco cutting throughout this store tho enthusiasm among the Coat values is most pronounced Worn ens Broadcloth Coats full lined or half lined In Misses regular and stout sizes wero 2500 each for 2000 Wo ask your early consider ation of these positively tho best numbers of the season at tho regular price Jnulor and Misses Coats plain tailored and trimmed models rich effects priced at 750 and 1000 each Then there aro Coats of Chiffon Broadcloth and Velour to bo sold special for eac...

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. — 5 January 1912

HOME HAPPENINGS Malco this year 1012 tho best over Weather conditions aro right for sleighing but the snow Is missing A stated communication of Ar gus lodge P A M will ibo held this Friday ovenlng James Williams draws tho rib bons over a Ann trottine horsn chasod of E B Hull 1 if Tho Dispatch thanlcs Andrews George and tho Farmers Nhtlonal Bank for calendar favors School at tho Union building re oponod Tuesday morning after th0 holiday vacation with tho usual num ber of pupils In attendance Talk of tho Canton Youngs town trolley line through Canfleld Is again ibclng heard and it Is to bo i hoped something may come of It J Indications aro that tho Agricult ural Extension School and the Homo Makers School to bo held In Can fleld January 8 to 12 will be very largely attended Union services of the churches will be held in tho Presbyterian church next Sunday night when Dr J M Van Horn of the Christian church will preach Work at tho Normal collego was resumed Wednesday morning after the h...

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. — 5 January 1912

f t J S HARTZELLS GREAT SALE FUR LINED OVERCOATS o o o Q W En s C5 03 W N 02 EH H o o o Q H ft 02 EH u O 02 W Eh M Arifcafr I W MtPIW rJ i uflk T A IP I Jj BLaijwH ffl I I vfntfiLM LXf 1 IF v4Vl vtsASj gjfc Ccpyricht Hart Sohaffncr Mars 7500 FUR LINED OVERCOAT ST GEORGE BLACK KERSEY SHELL FINE BLENDED MUSK- Now 4998 141 W FEDERAL ST 143 HARTZELLS GREAT SALE FUR LINED OVERCOATS F jjg jfo THE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY JANUARY 5 1912 Illustrating tho vocrno fnr fur trimmed gowns aiid hats hero is i Kowa oi striped purple cloth relieved with collar and vest of white cloth embroidered in wool and edged wih sable musquash black velvet hat I adorned with fur and feathers Some men aro negative if there is anything to bo against they are against It wms fyJf iLlli j aj Read the Great Saving Possibilities as Classified Below HARTZELLS LECTURED IN UNITED STATES BEST WAY TO WASH THE HAIR neaa on a y ad u may Godson of Latp Poet Laureate Was Born In London In 1845 and Came to This Country From Aus...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 5 January 1912

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS i SwS lathered In Town County and Neighborhood Still keeping tho good resolu tlons Washingtons blrtlulay Fob 22 is tho noxt holiday Alllanco Is to have a poultry show the week beginning Jan 29 Geo Overholt of Columbiana is now a reporter for tho Now Castle Herald A new Zlon Reformed church building Is to bo erected In Warren the coming year Mrs Frances Hughos a pioneer resident of Mineral Itldgo died last week at tho ago of G3 A lot of peoplo havo no doubt again discovered that It Is much cas ier to make good resolutions than to keep them Gasoline may bo supplanted by kerosene as a sourco of power for automobiles by tho Invention of a compact device for producing gas di rectly from tho cheaper fuel Thero Is considerable talk of a resumption of drilling for oil on lands west of Columbiana Tho wells will be drilled much deeper it being hoped to strike a valuable pockot of Oil The Newton Palls News does not take kindly to Youngstowns propos ed reservoir in Milton towns...

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. — 5 January 1912

M ivi W H j fw p r S2SS2 Panning 3 ISSUED WEEKLY ft C FOWLER Editor CANE1ELD S 0HI TELEPHONE NO 48 Terms of Subscription Xso Yoar 100 jBtx Moaths 50 rfcres Months 25 Bluglo Copy 3 Canadian subscriptions 150 cr Special Notice Obituary Notices Resolutions of Re vect Cards of Thanks and notices of church and charitable entortaln inenta and the llko where an admis sion fee is charged will bo chargod tor at Jio rate of one half cent a word Tbnao must bo raid for In advance or riskrfted to responsible parties order ing the same FRIDAY JANUARY 5 1912 Hetty Green declares that Now York Is a den of thieves Mrs Green Is usually credited with hitting the nail squarely on the head when she speaks Between Progressive republicans and Progressive democrats lighting for supremacy Ohio politically is commanding not a Htitlo attention these days Mr Taft will continue In the race for the republican presidential nomi nation if he dies for It Ho has de clared that death is the only thing that will preve...

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. — 5 January 1912

J jWORKBAG MADE OF RIBBON itlovel and Handy Affair Can Bo Made Quickly From Yard of Wldo i Ribbon A novel workbag that haa added nd rtantago of being quickly rondo up Is constructed from a yard of wldo rib bon preferably six or eight Inches ays the Washington Herald Tho bag Is In four compartments all drawing on tho same string Tho ribbon is folded In half then thrco folds nro mado at either side until tho ribbon Is equally divided In spaco to fform four compartments Sow tho selvages together In pairs to make four divisions each four and a half Inches In depth Overcast tho ledges neatly with tiny ntltctaes This wlll leavo thero top folds which are cut for a depth of two inches from olthor edgo Hem narrowly and covor with a tiny silk cord if you wish a iflnlsb Crochet eight small rings of brass or bono with cmbroldory silk to har jinonize with tho colors In tho hag Sow a ring to each corner of tho four bags and then run a doublo length of silk cord or narrow ribbon which imlled from ...

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. — 5 January 1912

a i r r ft t DRSENTAKESUPDUTEES CHINAS FIRST PRESIDENT FOR MULATES PROGRAM Issues Statement In Which He De clares Ho Will Establish Stable Gov ernment as Promptly as Possible Shanghai China Dr Sun Yat Sen Chinas first president elected by tho dolcgatoa of tho 18 provinces of China proper In session at Nanking has taken up tho duties of his admin istration and has formulated a pro gram to donl with tho present critical situation It Is statod on good author ity that tho presidont -will first de mand the withdrawal of tho imporlal troops from their strategical positions nnd then order tho Manchus to lay down their arms or Join tho republican forces His next step will bo to ox tend tho existing armistice With tho military situation woll in hand ho pro poses to open negotiations on the sub ject of pensions for tho deposed Man chu princes and officials President Sen has issued a stntoment in which he declares he will secure peaco and establish tho government on a 6tnble basi1 as promptly ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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