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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 19 April 1912

p bM V MJ9 WeJi u SM - R a iU rvr w w 3f V 4 tf avi Mf ISfel 4 Having had 46 years experience all I have to say Is before you adver tise your public sale I would like to contract with you and show you that I can deliver the goods You have done more than a little to help make me Thanks COL 8 B PARSHAL The Auctioneer Canfleld O LEGAL NOTICE Betty Currell whose place of resi dence is unknown will take notice that on tho 6th day of March A D 1912 John Currell filed his petition In the Court of Common Pleas of Ma boning County Ohio being cause No 80499 praying a divorce from the said Betty Ourrell on the ground of three rears wilful absence and that said cause will be for hearing on and after the 20th day of APrll A I B Miller Atty for Plaintiff DateC March 6tS 1912 HUB f 2W32 IMWJUmmUEKlTI ADMINISTRATRIX8 NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that Clara Grimm Lowellvlllo O has been ap pointed and quallQed Administratrix of tho estate of Frank Grimm late of Poland township Mahoning county Ohio d...

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. — 19 April 1912

3 Bf tt j KVV r it fc r vi Home happenings Tho front of Tho Manchester Co More ias been palntod Ground hns hcen broken for an addition to tho rnnr nt Tr XI bells office Supt Robt Taylor of tho county Infirmary has purchased a Warren 30 automobile Lawns are taking on carpets of green and trees aro beginning to as sume tho same color offect l The Columbia Quartet Concert Co will give an entertainment this Thursday evening In tho M E Church Tho Normal collogo baso ball team Is getting In condition to put thovcleaner on amateur toaniB in this locality iA colored family of the name of flooding the only ono In tho village moved Wednesday from Depot street to Youngstown Several of tho limbs of ono of the large elm trees In Miss Jennie Cun ninghams yard have been cut off there being fenr that tho troo might split and cause damage 0 Saturday afternoon Mrs Mary Hnrroff will open a bakery in the Broad street room recently caled by John Tabor Everything of fered Will behomo baked ron under the ...

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. — 19 April 1912

ir i jt t k m I I li - f i Ik JUv mt t mw jtf V J2if i tf V - i w H 4 1 t K S It 1 AwSSi Iff s tft JUl it J m JJaS r F t v XV P IM -v - r w v 600 MAY HAV vv E PERISHED WHEN TITANIC DOVE TO THE BOTTOM OF ATLANTIC OCEAN REVI8ED LIST OF SURVIVORS -RECEIVED BY WIRELE88 FROM LINER BRINGING PASSENGERS TO NEW YORK CITY CON j TAINS ONLY THREE HUNDRED AND NINE NAMES GRIEF STRICKEN RELATIVES AND FRIENDS AWAIT NEWS Officials of White Star Line In Metropolis Describe What Happened When Hugo Vessel Struck Submerged Iceberg From Their Inti mate Knowledge of Captain Smith and the Man They Knew Him to Be Wireless Station Wanamaker Building New York City Lat est wireless bulletin received here states that the eteamer Carpa thla which rescued the sunken Titanlcs passengers Is still headed for New York According to latest reports she has 868 survivors on board She probably will reach New York late Thursday night or early on Friday Latest estimates of deaths placed the number at more than 1300 A partia...

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. — 19 April 1912

l 81 M l tot I- - - m LOCAL NEWS ITEMS j Gathered In Tovta County and Neighborhood Warren will havo a cleanup day May 1 The greon grass grows nil around nil around Warren cvlalms n population of 12500 or a gain of 1400 tno paBt year W W Miller an Alllanco groc or filed a petition In bankruptcy last week placing liabilities at 4300 and assets at 2800 Burglars broke into Joe Hum mells Bportlng goods store in Nllcs iFrlday night and got away with six revolvers and a lot of cartridges Jerry Snyder of iSobrlng was stricken with paralysis last week practically losing tlio use of his legs and arms but ho Is said to have a chance of recovery Miss Olara Barton foundor of the Red Cross society died last Fri day at her homo In Glen Echo Md aged 90 years She had been In poor health for a long time Moon Bron have sold their drug store In SebTlng to J M Hazen and Honry Bandy othor druggists and the town will have only two drug stores after the middle of May In last weeks Journal our typo made us ...

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. — 19 April 1912

I Ifw let i f V 1 Kf j i SO fT f i lr ST BV - fc r IS6UED WEEKLY C FOWLER CANFD2LJ TELEPHONE NOj 48 Editor OHIO Term of Subscription One Year 1M Ulx Months oO There promises to be a lively tlmo in the republican county convention when it gathers Jn Youngstown At torney D F Andersons friends want blm endorsed for governor and the irlends of former Senator B F Wirt are equally determined that he shall be endorsed for secretary of state Wirt and Anderson have been po litical enemies ever since the his toric Niles convention when Wirt was nominated for state senator when Anderson seemed to have the plum Within his grasp In the county con vention M Jewett MeGown may be called upon to give the history of the iNiles convention as he was in tho thick of the battle GETTYSBURG April 17 Carl Clay Is in Paines ville getting a car load of trees ready Jfor delivery Mrs George Godward -of Salem visited her daughter Mrs L A Coy this week Ralph Schnurrenborger and wife ot Calla spent Sunday hero wit...

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. — 19 April 1912

A F71E1 litsHn i A I ft tSFm 7- V S f K my I- IS M 4 W V- CM mmt futft - BestiOc t Saw Files Excellent cruoible steel best Umbered Files 286 0 now at Sale Price of 0i 150 Universal myings Banks DOrt Registering and uZiU adding automatic ally Accommodates nick els dimes and quarters Sale price 92c 50 Finest Brace Bits 13 and 15 slxteonths The quality thtji usually soils for 306 and 19r Wo now i I r 0 Regular 2c Razor Strops f ilp The celebrated 1TU Yankee 8trops ov er 6 dozen must be sold now 14c Regular 50c m Monkey Wrench Finest steel one piece forged Wrenches Get one while OQp priced at bOu Vi ijLs 200 Leather Sole Strips 1Qn Extra hevyj 10 If best oak tan ned Leather Soleing worth 30o strip now 18o Roller Skates A E iHtsr en- j le rllI vvere auctuiu fovtw Steel wheel extension skates of best make Get a pair QKf while prlco is only OJl MBBIBiaaBBBBiBaaBSMBnHB Regular 75c and 100 Bench Vises For Polished J db steel Hand Vises with front Jaws Pocket Books IammmBmmmamamamm Worth 25 3...

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. — 19 April 1912

it it i w v H Ife 3 fe Ht fi i j ft P 1 I if Mm fk 1 t 35 J E I f Hi ESv tfr ij t ar BP tf - - w Crt var this is efcaat NEIGHBORHOOD Tagloss NEWS J BBEMBBaeeaa Lisbon dogs tiro being JUlloa Early oxerciso In tho garden Is said to bo conduclvo to health Ohio atato toachors examination will bo held In tho state hoiiso Co lumbus Juno 18 19 and 20 iUp and at It In youth boys That is tho Umo to proparo for tho possl bio cold days that overtake ago Chostor Hartzoll ot Salom last wook purchased the Thos Bosworth farm of 12 acrcB near North Benton for 3476 Permitting chickens to roam at will In vlllago and larger towns Is likely to brood a lot of troublo among neighbors Warrens municipal band gavo a concort laBt Sunday afternoon and hundreds were unable to got into tho opera house to hoar It Win McEldownoy and Miss Em ma Whlnory both of Garfield wore united in marrlago last week Thurs day night by Squlro s h Armstrong Mrs Sarah Thomas died InNlles last Friday and was burled Monday 8ho was b...

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. — 19 April 1912

il Hmi fiy V I SI K a I ll M MlLTON Sprll 17 Mr and Mrs Curtis Man cheftter Mrs Wallace Eckls of Youngstown and Mr and Mrs S C iRose Bpcnt Sunday at tho homo of Mr and Mrs Prank Eckls HC Creed was In Youngstown Jlbnday Mrs JSllls Plpher and Mrs Jonnlo Helsfel called on Mrs Fronla Rose Thursday Mr and Mrs soncca Rose visited Mr j and Mrs Fred Clark Saturday Miss Jano Craig of Warren Is spond itig A few weeks with her parents lliC Creed and wife wore In Now tonjFalls Tuesday Solby IRobo of Chrlstytown was In thlsvlclnlty Tuesday Mrs Alfred Detchon and Mrs Clara JParsfiall spent Sunday at tho homo of Mr and Mrs H nry Crldor of Qlr ard Edward Russell ana Low Hawkins wetoi In Youngstown Wednesday Thomas Adams of Newton Falls Is visiting at Charles Porters Wesley Porter was In Youngstown Wednesday Louis Sabo recently purchased a 1nd pair of mules from Seymour Par shall CWm Shlra recently spont some time In tho vicinity of Cortland whero he may decide to purchase a farm and locate rFrlendp...

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. — 19 April 1912

m fei li ST- rv BA Wf a t fj ft h - rtf ff i 1 HP HfcggflBgMiH SHORT NEWS NOTES VasMngton Postmaster tienerl Hitchcock iiu Uibrleed a formal gtatement denying Emphatically that ho had any Inten tion of resigning as a mombcr of President Tafts cabinet The state ment was In reply to numerous pub lished rumors that ho was about to retlro from ofucial llfo to engage In business Senator Bailey Is 111 In Washington nd threatened with walking typhoid fever Ho Bent word to his colleagues that his condition was bo much worse As to proront his participation in tho senates consideration of tariff meas ures and asked that they proceed without him A ruling from tho department of Justice jib to whether tho electoral collcgo that will chooso the next presi dent of the United States ehall consist Of 490 or 531 members has been aBkod for by members of the house commit tee on Judiciary Domestic More than 1500 persons It Is feared sank to death when within four hours after It crashed Into an Iceberg t...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 26 April 1912

m If oUISh pritiWq DEPARTMENT MG sa quipped -with modern type- faces jjmA machinery and our printers know1 how 10 uso aamo to produce pleasing PBSultB A trial order 1b solicited I Mrfogj 100 a Year jOh XXXVI WASHINGTONVILLE LQGAL GLEANINGS JJH f Jt 0 Mistress Spring wo welcome theo 0 Goddess young and fair Wo love tho life and joy you bring Dlesslngs both rich and rare A robin trills from a far tree top iHrfnota rings through tho air A gentle breeze a thrill our hearts Awko and lose their care Earl Lewis was homo from Palnes vllleovor Sundajj i Jibhua Allen of Salem spent Sun day yrith friends here t iaul Walker of Salem spent Sun dayhero with his best girl Mrs Emll Mathey Is recovering from Tan attack of heart trouble jjFfank BUger and sister Amanda bought Mrs Catharlno Rollers piano feThe Merry MlnBtrels have been in yMd to repeat their program at Per raji grange hall feA H Paslch spent Sunday In Kay lori Pa at the home of his sister sMrs Jos Mellch lAMrs Helen Chagrin oi Butte Mo...

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. — 26 April 1912

fe ML fe H i 4 V 4 VvTifw vjffrr vV0 ws v -v r sfr a - Thursday trophe occurred it was scientifically Impossible for the Titanic to reach the bottom According to this theory because of the equalized pressure from above and below the Titanic wreck is prob ably one mile below the surface of the sea and changing her position irom aay 10 aay until she encounters av current that will carry her thous ands of miles to tropical waters or to the Saragossa gea the resting place of the flotsam and Jetsam of ocean tragedies Warren Tribune Bead the Ha p of Various Tblngi 1 WHERE IS THE TITANIC Many interesting as well as sorrow ful questions have arisen In connec tion with tho destruction of tho beau tiful Titanic In recent dlsnatches an eastern college professor stated that the bodies which went down with the Titanic would never rise to tho surface because of the tremendous weight and pressure of the water above them Tho Inference from his interview was that tho great ship now lies at the botto...

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. — 26 April 1912

ft i I 4 - V i kiKK f HOME HAPPENINGS Strawberries 15c a box Houses for rent nro not to bo found In CanQold Cherry peach plum and pear trees aro beginning to bloom A shoo repairing shop has been opened In E E Nofts building Choice Baldwin applos aro retailing- in this market at 1 per bushel Ford McQinitiB the other day pur chased a flno work team of Callahan Noff It is not everyone who relishes telephone calls In tho night hours of the morning Farmers In this locality havo sot out a large number of fruit trees during tho past two weeks James Williams and S B Brooko laBt Saturday shipped from Canfleld 400 lambs two car loads to Buffalo N Y Tho Normal collcgo base ball team will go to Glrad Saturday noon to meet tho Glrard Independents on the dlamcnd t Bushels of suckers catfish and blue glllB aro being caught In tho Ellsworth lake and tho small stream emptying Into It A stated communication of Argus Masonic lodge will be held this Fri day evening There will fio work In tho F C and M ...

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. — 26 April 1912

iffiffi mm- m -- SAt WO U- iff i jX MMfi t - THAIS LOO OUT HAD 110 GLASSES WITNESS SAYS THERE WERE NO DlNOCULARS IN CROWS NEST TO 8EETHE ICEBERG By James J Montague Washington April 24 A pair of marine binoculars costing at tho most 50 would have saved tho lives of tho 1635 men women and children Who perished when tho Titanic wont down They told mo thoy wouldnt buy any glasses tostlfled Lookout Fleot Who sighted tho lcoborg from tho crows nest of tho doomed vessel When ho was asked about them beforo tho special senate committee It wo had them wo could havo seen tho berg qulto a bit sooner tlmo enough to havo cleared It Glasses for Voyage Fleet said that ho had always had glasses on tho Oceanic poor ones but of sufficient power to bo of help In Beolng ahead Glasses had been furnished tho lookout till the ship left Southampton Then when they asked for them they woro told that there wero none and would bo none for tho voyage Fleets story together with tho dreadful narratives of Ma Arth...

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. — 26 April 1912

IJ5 L lv u I y ja LOCAL NEWS ITEMS - Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Ernest Smoltz of Alliance nged 35 despondent over family affairs committed Btilcldo last Friday night by drowning hlmsolf In tho Mahoning river Daniel Hoyer 44 years old died In Clovcland last Friday Deceased waB born and reared In North Bonton and was a nioldor by trade His wlfo Burvlves him In tholr sermons last Sunday morning local ministers drow many valuable lessons from tho Titanic dis aster Thoy made It plain that tho tragedy of tho sea was not tho will of God but due to tho fallings of man Noah Dlosser of Lectonla for many years a resident of Beaver township who has been a reader of the DlBpatch from its first lssuo years ago writes Enclos ed find 1 for Tho Dispatch another year Wm Kelley 41 years old by tho Wlnfleld Co In Warren for 18 years became despondent and last Friday afternoon committed suicide by shooting himself in the head Ho was unmarried and made his home with hlB sister Mrs Chas Jone...

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. — 26 April 1912

5S I fci M A law IB tf1 x 7r jt Stajiomnc gisptt ISSUED WEEKLY fn 1 JB C FOWLER Editor CANFIELD OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 i Term of Subscription pne Year 1100 JBix Months 60 TUrc Months 2b JttiuKle Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions 150 i ZZ Special Notice Obituary Notlcos Resolutions of Ro prpect Cards ot Thanks and notices vt church and chnritablo entertain meats and the llko whore an admla loa Jeo la chargod will bo charged lor at tho rato of one half cent a word rhoeo must bo paid for In advance or rtiwflod to responsible pnrties order tuft the came FRIDAY APRIL 26 1912 TEN PAGES Thero is one comforting thing about tho frequent soaking rains candidates for county ofllces In their numcrousness cant kick up any dust In the rural districts Should Col Roosevelt be the repub lican nominee for president it is rea sonably certain that Col Bryan will be the democratic candidate Then it will be a light to the political death of one or the other of them Former Congressman Kennedy evi dently decide...

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. — 26 April 1912

4 IL tec 4 1km Tf ill I NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS I Li v I rl f j acoount uifjiio increased cost or feed WarreH teamsters have raiov fiCO to 5 a day About GdO yoting people from all parts of couiity attended tho Patterson Boxwoll examination la Warren last Saturday It Hunt of Munhall Pa a native of Canfleld who haa earned distinction In tho Iron and Btoel bus- ie2B delivered nn address Monday night beforo tho Mens Club of tho warren Christian church Hill nn Alliance man 75 years old walked In his sloop last Thursday night and foil out of a soc- uu aiory wmaow DreaKing one nnklo and sustaining bruises about tho body Ho is now confined to his Outsldo capital is considering tho establishment of a canning factory near the village of RaVenna The company however taust bo as sured that hundreds of acres of small rrultB and vegetables will be grown in tho locality An effort is being made to Becure the pardon from the penitentiary of fcrank Sommers who was Bent from fortagq county for life in Januar...

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. — 26 April 1912

IK 1 S BW - im s BBr r 4 irt - Sf J535 N iXCUSE NO REASON WHY The story ot the Titanic Is very simple Thero la no mystery There were no harrowing details ot brutal ity The heroism was ot tho qulot Unostentatious kind greater for theso qualities moro glorious because less showy Tho ship struck with a shook scarcoly aovcro enough to awaken the sleepers In their cabins Thcro was llttlo confusion Tho boats wero lowered into tho glassy soa with Anglo Saxon chivalry tho men stood asldo and sont away tho womon Thoro was small danger to thoso who ont Thoso who stayed because thero woro not boats to take them faced cortaln death without lament and without bravado k This Is tho plain story of tho dis aster narrated after hours ot sllonco and agony by tho stricken survivors Of all tho great catastrophes of his tory nono was over recorded so briefly and so sufficiently Notning that tho world would know is left untold not ovon Is thero any excuse to bo mado thero Is no oxcuso that can bo mado Ne...

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. — 26 April 1912

V VK rr A 5 l ftR rrjj KM -sit Tf Omooi y - for yV 31E4NOB 4 i JIJJ X I J i h k 55 ft Warren Williams V Tf Ho Is old ho has worked for a living He has never gone back on a friend He Iiqb had very little for giving He has had very little to spend Ho has never cut up any capers He always has lived with his wife He seldom 1b named In the papers And yet hes contented with life He has never bought lobsters and oysters He has never bought quarts of cham pagne Nor mixed with the party that roisters Nor stayed out at night to raise Cain Why his years have been totally quiet And free from all stress and all strife He never with red pain ran riot l And yet hes contented with life His face has tho happiest wrinkles Its ruddiness comes from good health His eyes have the merriest twinkles That are not from fun got by stealth- His cheek bears a smile gotten dimple He sometimes eats pie with a knife His tastes are remarkably simple And yet hes contented with life He jumbles his tense and his gramm...

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. — 26 April 1912

IWi w fa 2l w W iWM il E 19 f USB if JR 8 IStJH IPJK SH Hit J Ill I3fi I M 1 HI ill If Htk f r i m m m lifts 311 WKW m iKl i i W1 ijT 11 M s ffltf I x P ve ft WK tf A wnmiMiiiiiimiiii i mi mm liiiiin i iim n i nlnl tTlKiy WTTTR W V y SHORT NEWS NOTES The Titanic With succor only five miles away the Titanic slid Into its watery grave carrying with It 1600 ot its passen gers and crow while on untdentllled steamer that might havo saved all oiled or refused to see tho frantic signals flashed to it for aid This phase of tho tragic disaster was brought out before tho U B senate coxnmlttco whon J B investigating loxhall fourth offlcer ot tho Titanic told of his unsuccessful attempts to Attract the strangers attontlon The first list ot names of bodies re covered from the Titanic disaster by the cablo steamer Mackay Dcnnott was received at Halifax N S through wireless messages to tho White Btar line offices The list of twenty five names contains none ot several ot the -most prominent men who...

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 May 1912

s lijt 4 rjsji VOL XXXVL v OUR JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT1 Ib equipped with modorn typo faced and machinery and our printers kndw how to use same to prodiico pleasing reBults a trial order Is solicited n -forma 100 a Yar WASHINGTONVIIXE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold Early cherry trees are In boom Wheat fields and grassy meadows are looking well Houso painters and paper hangers are getting busy Ralph Drain is nursing a carbuncle on his wjrlst Ex Mayor O P Moore was In Sa lem Saturday on business Thos Thomas and wife of Youngs town woro hero Sunday with her rel atives The residence of Frank C Boston on Union streot is quarantined for scarlet fover Plowing is n little late although sheep Bhearlng has commenced In certain places The three feet tile are hero for mak ing the new bridge near the residence of Thos Dalrymple On complaint of Wooster citlzenB the police have stopped wagon coast ing on sidewalks In that city The drinking fountain at the cross roads is slightly out of repair ye...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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