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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 15 March 1912

Mr TyHBStfWHB TMsMpBW3Piriyfflfy yJl HOME HAPPENINGS Arbor day April 6 Arrange to plant at loabt ono troo No disputing tho fact that tho groundhog haa matlo good this winter Rev Mr Crltcs of Hubbard will Bpcak in tho Christian church Sun day March 17 f C -S Dodd has had a tolephono placed In his real cstdto ofQco on North Droad stroet Windsor Calhoun has Just com pleted oxtonslvo and valuablo Im provements In his High Btrcot residence- B V Kirk of this township has purchased of C J Mtsnor 100 acres of farm land Just across tho border In Ellsworth township LaBt Friday evening Miss Ruth Duncan pleasantly entertained mem bers of tho QlriB Club nt her homo on South Broad atreot Tho Missionary Society of tho Christian church will hold a meeting at tho homo of Mrs A Huxsaw on Lisbon street Thursday March 21 at 2 p m Last Saturday evening- Mr and Mrs H X Beardsley very pleasantly entertained quite a company of Irlonds at their Country homo north west of tno village There will be a Bpeclal ...

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. — 15 March 1912

m if r v f 11 y m l v WA i J w i 1 ti Sit m 7 i Sr- pi RIOTING OF A SERIOUS CHARAC TER OCCURS IN SECTIONS OF GERMANY LABOR TROUBLE IN GREAT BRIT AIN MAY BE SETTLED IN FEW DAYS Berlin Mar 13 The second day of tho strike of tho coal miners in Ger many shows the movement making considerable progress in all districts attended in several instances by riot ing of a serious character In the West Phalian district 2000o6 men aro out thus equalling the great strike of 1905 The number is expected to bo largely augmented today Tho most serious conflict was near Hamborn in the Dussoldorf district where a mob of 2500 strikers who were waiting for those still -at work threw stpnes and bottles and fired revolvers at a defachment of police who were trying to preserve order Five of the policemen were seriously wounded Tho polico in retaliation then charged with revolvers and drawn sabers Injuring a hundred or more of the strikers London Mar 13 Although thero are many difficulties in the way of a sett...

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. — 15 March 1912

- i LOCAL NEWS ITEMS i Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Dr G K Allison of Glrard died lhst week following an operation for appendicitis aged 24 years Tho Jool Woodward farm of 93 acres In unckson township has been sold to A Haoitott of Youngstown It has been remarked that tho weather consldorcd thero can bo no rensonablo doubt that March hares are mad this year Last numhor of tho collego lec ture courso noxt Thursday night In collego chapel Newton tho magician will bo tho entertainer An apparatus Is being manufac tured to shock wheat and oats and it Is claimed tho dovlco will savo tho labor of three or four men to each machine Prof P S Morgan somo years since a popular Instructor In tho North Eastorn Ohio Normal College recently removed from Scott Ohio long his homo to Tulsa Oklahoma Thd advertising columns of tho Dispatch always contain announcoi ments well worth reading If you have not bcon accustomed to road this part Of tho paper It will provo profitable to get tho habit...

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. — 15 March 1912

iv YM 14 i y 4 1 I w ft H J 6 i 1 1 V h to S r4 p n m pi 1 I y i p f n MS t A i r u d W i v ISSUED WEEKLY C FOWLER CANFlBLiD Editor OHIO TELEPHONE NOt 48 Terms of Subscription jDe Year fLOO lx Mouths 50 TOre Months SB Single Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions flSO f Special Notlco Obituary Notices Resolutions of R6 rfpoct Cards of Thanks and notices ot church and charltablo entertain ment and tho like whore an admis sion feo Is charged will ib charged Jtor at the rate of one half cent a word These must bo paid for In advance or charged to responsible parties order lug tho same FRIDAY MARCH 15 1912 Tho Kentucky legislature has pass ed a pension law paying 10 a month to her confederate soldiers Congressman Whltacro of this dis trict has made the public declaration that his district is for Woodrow Wll eon for president Mr Whitacre should get his ear to the ground Ho evidently is not in touch with condi tions In the district he has tho honor of representing v When presidential possibilities...

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. — 15 March 1912

I i - fcaasBrew 1 itvv r rVTr JSJWy sS - 3W ii AtTSTINTOtyN March 13 What to known as the old Dr J A Packard rosldcnco on tho John II Fitch farm begins to look llko a summer resort or lino country hotel A largo fdrco of men is at work making Improvements Mr and Mrs Fitch will occupy this palatial -homo tho coming summer Paul Wilcoxs houso caught fire in an unknown manner about 1 oclock this afternoon and burned to tho ground A part of tho household goods wero Saved Wo havo not learned tho oxtont of Mr Wilcoxs Joss Whllo Sherman Snyder was at work Tuesday nt Staloy Lawrcncos saw mill in tho Harding woods ho had tho mlsfortuno to have ono linger cut off and two othors badly crushed Ed Sharkeys groenhouso 1b begin ntng to look llko spring Tho plants nro beautiful and Ed will havo a lot of them for salo beforo Decoration day Wedding bells will soon ring Bet you cant guess who John Moherman who wilt havo his barn remodeled Into a largo bank barn Is unloading a car of building blocks for ...

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. — 15 March 1912

4 t it c l I R i hi IW r ft I to 1 I 11 vi ft 6n r fr I v i NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Glrard expects tho greatest build ing boom In her hlBtory tho coming spring Well tho measly month of March Is halt behind us anyhow Some comfort In that F A Sobrlng and wlfo aro back to their homo In Sobrlng after spend ing a month In Cuba and Panama It Is understood that tho wets aro quietly circulating petitions In Trumbull county for an election un der the Hose law Judging from juvenile court re ports thoro must be numerous bad acting youngsters In East Liverpool Wellsvllle Salem and Lisbon Ho Is a wIbo schemer who can all tho tlmo cover his tracks so well that bis game is not aswell understood by others not In his confidence as ho understands it himself Harry Wilson of Warren has been appointed deputy sealer of weights and measures In Trumbull county at a monthly salary of M5 and ho pays hlB own expenses It H Hamley whoso home Is Bald to bo In Youngstown waB ar rested in Lorain tho other day charg ed w...

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. — 22 March 1912

1 J r o f v OUR MOB PRmTINcTbEPARTMNT Is equipped wlthmodorn typo faces and machinery and our printers know how to uso samo to producp pleasing resultSi A trial order Is solicited fernis 100 a Year VOL XXXV I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold Sassafras tea and sugar water are In SoaBon Tony PosBago was homo from West Point over Sunday Migratory birds and honey bees were on the wing all day Sunday C F Taylor and wife of Cleveland Bpent a fow days here with relatives Thoughtful housewives aro select ing their Bprlng supply of wall paper Mrs Thomas Mcintosh spent Sat urday In Salem and Monday in -Canton The latest methods In testing seed corn may bo seen at the Erie wait ing station Chas Ri Taylor and family iof Youngstown Bpent Saturday and Sun day here with relatives An agreeable surprise was worked at the homoof James Needham and wife last week Tuesday evening According to reports from mining headquarters miners are not sure of -work after the 31st of this month The ...

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. — 22 March 1912

u if 17 14 I a 5 li I i m t M W V 1 if I HKMNHLL IH i - i Greenford visited Mr and Mrs Hom er Miller last Wednesday Miss Esther Mellinger of Youngs town spent Sunday at her homo here Mr and Mrs Herbert Delfs of Can field visited at M B Templins last Wednesday A birthday anniversary was brated at the nome of Mr and Mrs H D Miller In honor of their daugh ter Gertrudes sixth birthday She re ceived a number of presents Those present were Thelma Bogner Edith Culp Anna Slaglef Lena Metzler Lina Metzler Edith Rogers Mary Burkholder Goldie Houts Ruth Mel lincer Gertrude Knauf Frances Metz ler Alma Metzler Ethel Houts Ger trude Miller Ruby Cool Helen Her ron Elta Miller Zora Miller and aldine Faulln Mrs Fred Gee of Dublin visited her parents Mr and Mrs Lafayette Miller several days the past week Mr and Mrs EliaB of New York are here visiting their son Perry Ellas Mrs H J Metzler was In Youngs town last Friday Sol Martin of East Lewlstown was in town- Monday H D Miller was in Youngstown a few...

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. — 22 March 1912

JL W al iff t lsJildbitJdi WXRWmBWBJrWVk V v vTiMKUHiaiHfr amt 1 ti - x - HOME HAPPENINGS J F Carroll has a new Ford touring car Lot us hopp for no moro lco or Bhow for many months Wqvo had a plenty Thd reign of tho groundhog end jjd last week but there has since been not fl ttlo crimp lntho air sovoral days A hot water heating system Is being Installed by R 13 Lco in tho North Broad street rcsldenco of P T Jones Edward Powell is suffering from a fractured rib tho result of afrlond ly scuffle some days slnco with other Normalltes Plans are being perfected for a Boys Club In Canfleld Some trouble is being experienced in securing a suitable room The SUtcllfery Club was pleasant ly entertained Tuesday afternoon at tho homo of MrB F A Morris on North Broad street Tho Normal College Athletic As sociation 1b organizing a base ball team and practice will begin as Boon as tho weather permits Quite a number of Canfleld Odd Fellows relatives and friends attend ed the funeral of W H King in No...

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. — 22 March 1912

R I t I lvV f I r it a i s U3 I I r - iMiiH J ttM ppr1 ENOCH EDWARDS M P nu s X mi ot Mr Edward la president of the Miner Pedrtlon of Qret Britain ityw nflgd fn a ctrike that I sert eiaty FtaWtffrTng th buln of th Wry and ulng great tufferlni tama the famllle of the minor Mr Kdwferd I a member of parita mnt GOAL SHIPPERS V1GT0RS RATES ARE REDUCED FROM PITTSBURGH TO LAKE PORTS Interstate Commerce Commission De cides Two of the Most Important Cases Before It Washington Mar 20 Tho inter state commerce commission decided two of tho most important cases pending beforo it involving coal rates from tho so called Virginia and Pitts burgh districts to great lake porta In tho Pittsburgh case tho coal ship pers won a complete victory the com mission ordering a reduction of tho rate on bituminous coal from 88 to 78 cents a ton from Pittsburgh to lake ports In tho so called Virginia cases re specting rates from Virginia and West Virginia fields to lake ports tho commission upheld proposed advanc...

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. — 22 March 1912

t LOGAL NEWS ITEMS i Gathered jn Town County and Neighborhood Soft maplo bujla aro Dwelling Dispatch today at 35 is fool ing pretty well thank you Minerva public schools close May 24 ono week earlior than usual Looks promising for a trolley lino from Uavonna to Warren through Newton Falls It is estimated that the mills of Youngstown and vicinity pay out in wages about 25000000 a year It is not necessary to wait for a statement of subscription account or a bluo X on tho margin of the papor Send along tho monoy friends if you aro in arrears Out of iho 7000 girl graduates of Mt Holyoko college about ono half havo tnarriedi without a slnglo di vorce Tho man who marircs a Mt Holyoko girl evidently understands its for good and all During a discussion on stock tho Other day a former farmors -wife ro markod that I guess I know that all young cows aro heifers and steers And members of her family have not yet gotton over laughing about her Blip of tho tongue Tho Girard high school graduat 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. — 22 March 1912

J n S h i 4 r t f s I I sr - ii If 1 si y 1 T- lit 1 I m If IM i i gfi l Pi if iV V ISSUED WEEKLY B C FOWLER Johnny folia Editor BANFIKLD OHIO II I IIIIIIIIM TELEPHONE NO 48 r i Terms of Subscription pae Tear L00 fix Manthfl 60 Sliro Months 25 llngle Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions 150 t 8poclal Notice Obituary Notices Resolutions of Ro atpoct Cards of Thanks and notlcos of church and charitable entertain dents and tho llko whore an admls jdon fee Is charged will bo charged for at tho rato of one half cent a word fTheae must be paid for In advance or charged to responsible parties order ing the same FRIDAY MARpH 22 1912 TV J jlLa man 11 m v AUorney J J Sullivan of Clove land formerly of Warren is being boomed by his friends for tho repub lican nomination for governor He trains with the Roosovelt wing of tho party John J has long been in the political gamo and he will bo slow to announce his candidacy for gov ernor unless ho Is mighty sure he can -land It Congressman Whltacre of this ...

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. — 22 March 1912

4 v i f - j l S sv r SHORT NEWS NOTES Washington Oscar W Underwood Democratic jbftder of the house of representative t Washington supporting the pro i posed excise tax bill charged that the Supremo court by Its annulment oV the Income tax in 1805 was rcsponsli pie for the growth of socialism In the United States U 8 Senator Cummins of Iowa In- trodnood a nation wide presidential primary bill the effect of which would P to abolish local state and national ponventlons of tho political parties Pie plan is to have a national prlra J 8 to be followed every fourl EJuly a national primary l on tho second Monday of July By a vote of 108 to 103 tho Demo 1 pratlo free sugar bill passed the house u Washington Its passage was helped by 24 Insurgent Republican votes al i though this was offset by the defeotlon pf seven Demooratio votes against the pill by members from Louisiana and Colorado Declaring that he had been harassed beyond endurance by the interests and their friends in the department ...

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 March 1912

V V t m 1 v i - i1V f - J K t V tl f f u t r y I TO i I 13 v 1 wsww iSftJ - v A Si iL dW Wffm NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Soon bo time to stroll through tho yroods and gather wild flowors Mrs Elizabeth Young aged 85 died last week In Kent Funeral ser vices wore held from tho Luthoran church Sunday afternoon Tho quality of milk furnished Warren peoplo Is now being Investi gated Warren has for years prided herself on tho quality of lacteal fluid cold In tho city D S Fisher who somo years Blnco sold his newspaper tho War ren Democrat and engaged In tho moving picture business recently fil ed a petition In bankruptcy His as sets aro placed at 1170 and ho owes 76 creditors 1G73 Tho Four County Teachers As eoclatlon will hold Its annual meeting In Trinity M B Church Voungstown Friday evening and Saturday March 22 and 23 Phllandor P Claxton U S Commissioner of Schools will mako tho opening address Youngstown pollco department have decided not to bring tho three Men Mndci arrest on suspicion at Ak ro...

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. — 29 March 1912

f 4 UN 1 1 I i V7m 4 t1 f I fl I W f W u KS V HOME i HAPPENINGS I Saasss Regular monthly mooting of Coun cil next Monday night Tho Mahoning Dispatch today en ters upon Its ithlrty slxth year The Canfleld public schools clone Friday aftoroon for a vacation of one week John Dolfs Sons havo purchas ed n fine team of black horses of W J Dickson A stated communication of Argus Masonic lodge will bo held this Fri day ovenlngu Sleds wero out Monday morning just the samo as In wid wlntor Won derful climate this The next meeting of the county board of school examiners will bo held In CanOeld Saturday April 6 A meeting will bo hold In college chapel next Tuesday night to work out details for a local Y MC A Carpenters have been at work this week making Improvements in itiie interior of F A Morriss drug store i Southern tomatoes at lBo a pound havo beon added to local market show ing of hob house lettuce onions rad lBheB otc The Normal Collego senior class has arranged to give the class play in...

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. — 29 March 1912

TV 4 lV r rcmmmmtmmimm igmr9 frHnwrflrflfflF - MmWfnmrwmsm - K5r i JKSSroNMlcffw 4SiRiiiHJiSBlMIw jib it V TSC v ROOSEVELT FOLLOWERS 00L1 In 1 HOLD SEPARATE MEETING AFTER ADJOURNMENT OP REGULAR CONVENTION Indianapolis Mar 27 The Indiana Republican convention adopted a rcsc lullon Instructing tho states four to tho national conven tion to voto for tho ronomlnatlon of President Taft National Committee man Hnrry 8 New formor Vlco Presi dent Charles W Fairbanks James B Watson and Josoph D Oliver wore electod delegates Thcso woro the Toft Blato Tho Taft faction had a majority of 105 in tho convention ovor tho supporters of Colonol Roosovolt Tho Roosovolt delegates hold a sep arata convention in tho rear of th hall upon tho adjournment of tho reg ular convention and elected as tho Roosovelt slato far ther Senator Albert J Oovorldge iTred Lnndls Edwin M Io and Charles H Campbell President Draws First Blood That tho Taft men woro in control was evidenced when they drow first blood In tho vo...

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 March 1912

u f p w u I f U tr t R2 - i - f fl X ML r ft SJ VV m r v fer P v -I ti Mii H Et W XJ tOfcAL NEWS ITEMS -iii - i i i i n Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood A tea thousand dollar addition Is ito be ouilt o tho Central Christian church in Warfen An effort Is being made to organ Izo a Methodist Episcopal church In JLoulsvlllo Stark county In tho Dispatch advertising col mmns today will bo found many ad vertisements that give a lot of val uable information Read thom Miami county will remain In tho dry column for itho next three years a Roso law election last week having heent carried by tho drys by a major ity of 1013 Tho drys polled 0324 votes and tho wots 5311 Tho Trumbull county board of -Visitors makes the following report Kumber of Inmates fJD males 77 females 22 oplloptlcs 3 Insane 3 Imbeciles 3 cripples 2 deformed 2 old ago 46 sick 38 forolgnors 45 Mrs William Welkor died at nor homo noar Now Mlddlotown last week Thursday after a short Illness with fltomnch troublo and grip ...

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. — 29 March 1912

14 v f n K I fc T CAN FIELD at ISSUED WEEKLY jB 0 FOWLER Editor TELEPHONE NO 40 OHIO Terme of Subicrlptlon o Year fWQ lx Mtmtlis BO Thro Months B fclngle Copy 03 Canadian eubflcriptiona 150 Pptclal Notice Obituary Notices Resolutions of Re jipect Cards of Thanks and notices 01 church and charitable entertain menu and the llko where an admlfl lon fco Is charged will be charged tor at the rate of one half cent a word Theao must be paid tor In advance or nwged to responsible parties order S the same FRIDAY MARCH 29 1912 Hosts of Mahoning county friends and others throughout the stnto will be pleased If Gov Harmon honors Hon John H Clarke with appoint ment to the vacancy on tho Ohio Su premo bench Wednesday night tho constitutional convention passed a safeguarded In itiative and referendum proposal by A vote of 97 to 15 thus breaking tho deadlock Tho proposal contains single tax and classification Inhibi tions and follows out the Roosevelt ideas Taft and Roosevelt newspapers are putting...

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. — 29 March 1912

4 fc vrfj f 11 w Si Ai c i lf WELL QUALIFIED FOR THE PLACE Harry L Davis Popular Candidates for Republican Nomination for County Commissioner In the selection of a candidate for county commissioner tho voters must look to tho qualifications fitness and experience had for tho performance of tho duties by those who seek the lOfflCO Tho office of county commissioner is one on which much dependence must bo placed upon tho Incumbent for tho progressive yet economical expenditure of tho public funds In or der that tho tax payors may bo pro tected the whllo Improvements may bo mado and tho Institutions of tho county be amply provided for in tholr conduct and control Harry L Davis who has announc ed his candidacy for tho Republican nomination for county commissioner has In the measure thnt makes him tho Ideal candidate the qualifications fitness and experience that nto to bo considered by the voters In solctlng their candidate Mr Davis was born In Youngstown and has been a resident of Jho c...

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