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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 3 May 1912

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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 May 1912

41 ing in loading a wagon wun Daiea alfalfa last Saturday the wire on a t EmmaSsSS HOME HAPPENINGS Mothers Day ono wefclc from next Sunday Last Saturday night was cold enough to form Ice Clark Lower has had a telephone Placed in his residence Mrs Cordelia Cook has had her Court stroot resldenco painted Hundreds of dozen of eggs are being marketed and prices are de pressed Wednesday evening the Girls Club was pleasantly entertained by Miss Clara Wlllauis at her homo on West Main street Communion services will bo held at the Presbyterian church next Sun day morning at the usual hour ire paratory serylces Friday evening Last Saturday evening Mr and Mis Lowls Manchester very pleasant ly entertained a company of friends at their homo on the Salem road of Argus Lodge F A M this Friday evening when the E A de gree wll bo conferred upon three can didates Kindly favor tho Dispatch with any local news item that may como to your notice friends Let us know about the coming and going of your sel...

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 May 1912

s asr I liV rv h It W A b B 5l 4 i J i Vi- v lUl I ii - 4 I if I H1 3 I IV IjL Sffc Its IP if Hk IK SHORT NEWS NOTES Japans delegates to tho Interna tlonJ Red Cross conference which Is to bo held In Washington next week have reached Now York and will pass tho next fow days sightsee ing there Mexican Revolt The torpedo boat destroyers Preblo and Ferry tho largest vessels of tho flotilla at San Dlcco Cal went to sea Domestic Mrs William C Thaw mother of KT The general conforonc of the Moth dlst Episcopal church opened In Mln lonpolls and will bo In session until May 2i wasnmgton A broad antl lnjunctlon bill auch a nion Cran a four days meeting at measure as has long boon advocated rjcs Molnos under the presidency of f by labor unions throughout tho coun 1 hibs Mabel A MacKlnney of Brook try was favorably reported to tho n houeo by Chairman Clayton of tho dlclary committee The bill provides Eacn 0f tho 48b Incorporated towns that Injunctions In labor disputes shall 0j Kansas has been a...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 3 May 1912

Ifc u I t v I SJ K K iv p war HV K1 1 v it f H 12 f X Mggyggg v vv BB3I2 iStpT LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood It Will DrOVO nrnfltnliln fn nttnml the special sales days In Can field May 10 11 and 13 wll navo not renewed their Dispatch subscription are re quested to give the matter early at tention The Ladles Aid Society oftho Reformed Church of Now Buffalo Will meet with Mrs Samuel Itu pert on Crane Street Saturday aft ernoon May 4 for a business meeting Candidates for county ofilces are Setting right busy these days In tho rural districts and on account of frequent rains It 1b not difficult for ihem to secure tho ear o farmer Policeman Prank Fowler of East Liverpool sued his wife for a divorce Tho case was heard In Lisbon Mon day and from the evidence tho court felt justified In granting the wife a dlvprce Instead of tho husband An early car on tho Y O It trolley lino near Lisbon one day last Week daBhed Into a boulder that had - fallen upon the track dur...

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 May 1912

m till 3 tyt Panning gispRtcfc ISSUED WEEKLY C FOWLER INFIELD J B Schroy Is working at his trade In Salem Frank Steepee has purchased tho Joe Kondig farm west of town Emmor Callahan and lady friend visited his parents Mr and Mrs M C CaHahan over Sunday The freeze Saturday night killed most of tho early cherries jjuier wenaricus and wife W P ana a ju weiicart were In ooster Sunday attending the funeral of their aunt Mrs Sarah Sloan who was well known Jn this community having re elded here with her sister Mrs Mar garet Weikart several years Uncle I evJ Flltcraf aged 91 years wd amy iv ue uu me uireoi every day feryin Moore met with a serious It ff 4r Joeing the thumb and first and jftf UJonov Angers of hie right hand i GATTA n jhTo porrect a mistake of a few rifleeltM since we will say that the car jAvfv uuiunucM UCJU Wttb iur Uer and Smith Barger n Editor OHIO TELEPHONE NO 4fl Terms of Subscription i h Tour 100 vl t Mcmths 60 tiro Months 26 ftngle Copy US Canadian subscriptions 160 S...

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 May 1912

Si J r 4 -T f Fl 11 P mt -A m 1 AAtA WtW IS r JKjnBfaiigJfcZMBffiBSSi T LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and - Neighborhood County teachers examination In Youngstown next Saturday A now baskot factory In West Jftrmlngton will soon bo in operation -Considerable improvement la re ported In country roads which for a tlino woro almost Impassable Porust trees havo taken on n lot or green tho past weok and- fruit trees bIiow loaves and bloom AleJc Mackcy a civil war veter an 70 years old died Saturday In Nlles from tho effects of a stroke of paralysis Stark Electric Is rushing work to extend Its lino to Akron Cars will bo running shortly as far as Atwater Mrs Hannah- Fisher aged C8 died In Warron last Thursday and the remains were taken to Millers burg Monday for burial Work Is tb start at onco on War roh s now steel plant and At will bp In opcratoon Oct 1 giving employ ment td hundrcus of men S H Armstrong of Boswoll who some time Blnco had ono of his hands badly mangled by a saw...

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 May 1912

vx urn VX if rr IV 5 is t iv l7 7 kt I I 4J lS Bi I fefi fes V it W f ft II I f is w I li S5 II f PI E I i ftri mi ii -pi ry L Hf Ki f BR - - - i4 V to should there be a balance In the differ ent elements of fertility available to growing crops When crops are to bo grown on marsh land which is ex tremely high in nitrogen but Just as extremely low in phosphorus and often In potash these deficiencies must bo made good in some way Bandy soils on account of their coarse texture and generally low content of all the essential elements must fre quently be supplied with practically all the essential elements for plant growth The nitrogen maynbe added either directly in artificial fertilizers or indirectly through the growth df leguminous plants which have the power of fixing that element from the atmosphere The njtrogen can be gathered In this way much more cheaply than it can bo purchased and moreover when added In the form of vegetable matter It decomposes and becomes available to growing...

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. — 3 May 1912

ft f v 8 t i o UV A TAFT AND TEDDY IN DESPERATE RACE OTH CANDIDATES HAVE ALMOST EQUAL NUMBER OF VOTE8 IN MASSACHUSETTS Boston Mau 4 T Il Tiour conceded that Roouvelt had cap i tured the elflht delegates-at-lama from Matsachuietts Tho outoome of the JlDht for tho 28 district deleoatei will l however be In doubt several hours Re turns now Indicate that Taft will get two delegates In tho First congressional district and two In tho Second while Roosevelt will get two In the Fourth Returns from 711 out of 1080 election precincts gave Republican preferences I LaFollette 1330 Roosevelt 43483 Taft 45239 I Delegatesat large Baxter heading I Roosevelt group 48441 Crane heading oik uiuupj HUtM Boston May 1 Returns from pres idential primaries held throughout tho state were so incomplete at a lato hour that it was impossible to say whether Taftxor Roosevelt had cap tured the majority of tho 36 delegates from Massachusetts to the national convention With only half tho state tabulated the two asp...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 3 May 1912

Mi Ci Et J O 4 n fr I s V lasi l l I - iu 1V v THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE WTJFW MAY CLOTHCRAFT Blue Sere Special GUARANTIED AlfcWOOL 4lC NOR1ZA AND FAST COLOR D This Suit is worth 1800 All other Spring Suits we make you a discount of 10c on the dollar Bring in your Boys All Knee Pants Suits 1 4 off during this sale only 200 Dress Shirts of the 50c Grade will go 3 for 100 50c Mesh Underwear at 39c 10 Pair 10c Socks for 75c 7 Pair 15c Socks for 75c Pair 25c Socks for 75c Read our regular Dispatch Ad A WIESNER JUST RECEIVED Carload Buggies Spring Wagons and Surreys Eubber and steel tires Arch and drop axle Auto and common seats Studebaker Tiffin and Capitol Farm wagons Syracuse Hand and Sulky Plows Team and Buggy Harness Collars Eepair Straps etc Prices the lowest Wagons complete 3 inch tires 7000 and up Buggies 4500 and up Second Hand Stock 2 surreys 2 one horse wag ons 2 buggies Call and see them before you buy j w johnston W L BRYSON PHONE 81 k CANFIELD OHIO SPECIAL For May 10 11 and 13 3...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 10 May 1912

M Z rdnflm vi forms 100 a Yoar J V OL XXXVI I WASHINQTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS i By Peter Herold KA I Laylna the Corner stone After 70 years worship in tho old 1 church tho corner stono for tho now 1 Methodist Episcopal church In Wash- lngtonvlllo was laid with appropriate ceremonies at 2 oclock Monday aft ernoon In charge of Rov M O Grimes tho pastor Tho schools of tho village wore dis missed at that hour so as to allow tho pupils to enjoy tho rare treat of fered on tho occasion and tlioy wero all there with their parents Tho weather was fine and balmy and tho 1 ceremonies passed off without an in terruption to mar tho proceedings Tho stonemasons who did the prac tical part of tfio work wero -David Anderson David Smith Frank arid Ir win Arbucklo District Superintendent W B Jji ers of Alliance who had been an nounced to deliver tho address Was called to tho deathbed of his father at Now Philadelphia and Rev J J McAlpine of Union Avenue church in Alliance and Dr J W Moorp of Co lumbia...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 10 May 1912

hi W 1 It 8 f K M H t w I J JST ft K WJU litil PTVFP 4 Vj4fc 7 f j AAfVsff ihe Geo L rordyce Co Thursday Dry Goods News Wondeful Sale of Suits Our Suit sale Is attracting un usual crowds and why not Tho values aro tho moBt romnrkablo over offered at this season of tho year 300 more Suits offered for sell ing Manufacturers ovor stock samplo Suits and somo from our regular stock 2500 Values Suits for 1500 Youll marvel att ho Suits In cluded at this price Serges Whipcords and other deslraulo styles tho lato models and all show finest workmanship 2500 Suits for 1500 Needless to say that theso will be rapid sellers a glimpso of them Is enough to sell them Suits for 1750 2500 Values 150 Suits best of tho seasons styles many samplo Suits and In dividual models full size range of colors Including black and navy all sizes for Ladles and Misses 2500 Suits for 317 Quito an Item In this Suit Is tho extreme dictate of fash ion manifest In the cut of tho garments Suits for 2500 3500 to 4000 Value...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 10 May 1912

U M r 15 I m W 1 h li Jii Mi I- in I s V h i k I sfipwlslpot ihe rules T HOME HAPPENINGS C R Wotmoro on Tuesday bought a now Ford touring car Kit Goodman has purchased a flno OnlUand touring car Closo to forty automobiles are owned In and near Canflold Coy Bros of Calla on Tuesday bought an automobile of C S Dodd Talk about tho leafy month of Juno What Is tho matter with May Silvio Kuscltto has sold a lot on Lisbon streot to Arthur Konklo Con sideration 225 Tho Normal college baso ball team Will go to Columbiana next Saturday to play tho high school nlno A now grand piano has been j Aimueu in uoiiego unapoj tailing tno 4k W Plao ot tho concert grand piano uuuhcu udoui iuteen years ago The Missionary Society of tho Presbyterian church will meet next Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock at the homo of Mrs James Williams on West Main Btreet The warm rains of tho past week have started mushrooms and almost any day hunters of mushrooms may be seen strolling through old orchards and wooded fie...

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 May 1912

ft If 2 - rfcv Mr h KjT v wjwmm GIVES INFORMATION ABQUTWIRE POOL WITNESS AT 8TEEL TRU8T HEAR ING TELL8 HOW PRICES WERE MANIPULATED Now York May 8 About how long lifter the withdrawal of tho American Wlro Steel Co was It beforo tho Wire pool collapsed About a minute Tho quostlon was naked by D A Roefl Junior counsel of tho Steel Cor poration In tho examination being con ducted by J M Dickinson beforo Spo clal Examiner Drown In tho dissolu tion suit of tho giant combine which tho government has filed in the circuit court at Trenton Tho answer was glvon by Samuel J Bailor who during tho ton years life of tho wtro pool was confidential secretary of E E Jackson organizer of tho combination Dalloy swore that ho did not know Where tho much wanted Jackson is bow though ho thought ho was in Europe Letters Are Produced Dalloy was custodian of tho secret correspondence between Jackson and tho various members of Illegal throughout tho country Ho also fiool tho minutes of the monthly meot ngs th...

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 May 1912

fe M iy 1 k ft i fjco IK1 iir y I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and N6ghborhood Mothers Day next Sunday Wear a carnation Thrco Bpoclal salo days In Can Acid May 10 11 and 13 Columbiana county high school Held meet will bo hold In Lisbon May 18 Ravenna fair next Soptomber Is to bo open nights Grounds will bo electric lighted Mrs P M Buxton of Coshocton coughed so hard ono day last week that she fractured two ribs The Ohio yearly mooting of Friends will bo held this year at Da mascus beginning tho last week In August A Cowdery a leading citizen of Cortland was tendered a public re ception Monday night in tho Christian church in honor of his 8Gth birthday anniversary Ellis Forroll a native of Atwatcr 57 years old was found dead In bed last week In Ravenna whero ho had long resided Ho was unmarried and Is survived by three sisters Tho United Light Power Co which long operated In Palnesvllle has been forced out of business be- cause tho municipal owned light and power plant 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. — 10 May 1912

hi I M I at lfT 4 Ify gorting ispt I8SUED WEEKLY I B 0 FOWLER CAOTIB1D TELEPHONE NO 4a u Editor OHIO Term of Subterlptlon One Yeaf H 00 IMs MoaUib BO Ttire Months 26 Minnie CutiV U3 Canadian subscriptions fl50 Special Notice Obituary Notlcoa Resolutions of jHct CardB or ThanKs ana nouces til church and charitable entertain ments and tho llko whore an tlon fee is charged will be cnaxgoa for at the rate ot one halt cent a word The must be paid for In advance or rhrted to responsible parties oraer Uk the same FRIDAY MAY 10 1912 TEN PAGES The cheerful Information comes from Now York that meat prices are lower Congress will probably adjourn sometime between the first and fif teenth of June If Gov Harmon Is a dead one as charged by Col Bryan It would seem sto be unnesessary to show so much concern over the corpse Champ Clarks chance of securing the democratic presidential nomina tion Is not growing less as the time for the Baltimore convention nears Mahoning county republicans are fortuna...

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. — 10 May 1912

I wmmm 11 4L 4 SAMUEL BUTLER For Sheriff Practical and Competent SatQUel Dtltlnr Wnll Imnron nrnl xintv ular citizen ot Youngstown is a can didate for sheriff of Mahoning county subject to Republican primaries May 21 1912 Mr Butler was born In Staffordshire England March 30 1865 camo to Youngstown whon six HHi VaBBBBBnslBBBBBBl BMMB BBBWn IvAtVt bbbbbbLBBbbk tcSIH bbbHK i 1 H bbbLLKM JheebbbbbbbbbbbI BkkkBS4SFBkkkkkkH years old and has been a resident of Youngstown 41 yeara He was a pud dler In the old Cartwrlglht McCurdy mills and an actlvo member of the A A of I S W Mr Butler was appointed guard at the Ohio State Penitentiary 1894- by Hon R Montgomery -which position he held for eight years In -1901 Mr Butler returned to Youngstown and was appointed Inspector and des patcher on the Y S St Ry by Mr Montgomery which position ho held until appointed deputy sheriff by Sheriff Prank L DeNormandle After two years of service as deputy sher iff Mr Butler was appointed chief or safety depa...

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. — 10 May 1912

W fe S v J 1 8 J a Ml f W ssu J vlEtt j m Km imt ml Wife Wlt ml c FUL THE n -v 1 i rii fib Wk 14 itt wi w I V P I n tr - irf fe sw - ftk L p y m u cV - f mMmmmmm0kmmmmAm4Jm -- MISS MABEL BOARDMAN Mlts Boardman tho head of th American Rod Croat will preside at tho International Rd Cross confer nm uihlnh nnni In Waihlnntnn nn w wr j This township of Doardnintiderlvfeil Its name from Elijah Boardman who accompanied by six companions set tled In Boardman In 1798 He was a member of the Connecticut Land Co from New Jlllford Conn Ho spent his time during tho summer In mak ing surveys and establishing land Writs The Hon Wm V Boardman of Washington City was a grandson of the aforesaid Elijah Boardman and resided in Boardman township until 18G2 when ho moved to Cleveland and now resides In Washington City He Is the father of Miss Mabel Board man who Is manager of the Interna tional Red Cross Society W H PETERSON FOR SHERIFF The Republican voters of Mahoning county are taking a great interest ...

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. — 10 May 1912

- III y ul ay- 4aAHOOD A OtMPJMUvOP AYi rtpsf G MORGAN FOR SHERIFF John G Morgan who 1b a candi date for the Republican nomination for sheriff of Mahoning county con tinues to met with much favor among All classes of people in the county Mr Morgan has been losing no op portunity to interview the voters and solicit their support To meet every Jr Morgan nas been meeting as many as he could and is highly grat ified at the reception that is being ac corded his candidacy From city and county comes favorable reports Indi cating that he will receive the earn est support of hundreds of VQters who believe he is entitled to the nomina tion and who would like to see him jjet It as a reward for consistent and material workadone for the party and because of his general fitness and1 ex cellence of character Mr Morgan is qualified in every respect to perform the duties of the office He passed through the pub lic schools and high school after which he attended the Meadville Col lege After leaving c...

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. — 10 May 1912

ft It ilJ J wl fe V si KUSWf - I S3f vi 4 - -S N V VHW NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Alliances had three suicides with Jn a week Mayor of Alllanco collected 462- 65 In lines and licenses during April It is always safo to allow tho other fellow to play anothers mans game H It Snyder has sold tho Marlon Dally Mirror to T D Fletcher and L I Lamborn of Alllanco Qlrard furnace went out of blast last Sunday and former employes are seeking work elsewhere Dont overlook the bargain days Friday Saturday and Monday May 10 11 13 and that Canfleld merchants have Invited you to be their callers The East Palestine pottery was destroyed by flro early Sunday morn ing entailing a loss of 125000 part ly covered by iusurance A largo force of workmen Is out of employ ment i Hon James Mackey one of Youngstowns most distinguished cit izens In writing the Dispatch says I want to thank you for publishing a very worthy and exemplary weekly newspaper Mayor of Lisbon is salting drunks and he says he will have a special of...

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. — 17 May 1912

s Pi h VS it A f i L sum PEOPLE WILL FIND CAKlFIELD A most dcslrablo place to trade Our merchants carry oxtenslvo Btocks and prices aro alwayB low on commodlHes sold Como and sec farms 100 a Tear VOL XXXVI I WASHINQTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold J D Williams and wlfo aro visit ing relatives In Now Castle Pa v John Colo Is painting tho exterior wood work of tho Lutheran church Dont spray fruit trees when In bloom Is the advlco from Columbus Arthur Washington of Boaver Falls was horo a day last week visiting at tho homo of his unclo Samuel Mrs yChas Mellon and son iiavo moved Into tho Jos Frederick house lately vacated by the Clark family Rov C II Isley has accepted a call from the Lutheran church at Rich mond Indiana at an Increased salary Wireless telegraphy stock which sold for 2 a share a fow months ago now sells for- 360 The iceberg- did it James M Atkinsons pool room has been moved to the Isaac Lcisoy room lately vacated by Scattergood Redr lnger Orion lodge I O O F ...

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