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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 19 July 1912

si w g ws JKft r i v Wi No one haa rot explained why taen never need ear muffs In weather llko this a little cold la fraught with great danger This Is tho weather that makes the roses blossom on tho sweet girls noses A statesman Is simply a politician who polltlcates to suit ones own fads Mid fancies Fresh air Is not necessarily cold air This Uttlo fact in natural sclonoo should be kept In mind You will not havo to wait long for an authoritative announcement concern ing tho peach crop for 1912 Wo have entire confidence In tho opinion that it Is not yet time to put away your winter underclothing Ono does hot know whether to con demn or praise tho Paris opera strik ers It all depends on the opera Russia has imprisoned a man for writing a volume of poems Over hero wo merely let our poets starvo to death Tho peach crop having been killed twice already we may bo justified In counting on a heavy preserving season next fall Lower California having permanent ly lost its revolution has turne...

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 July 1912

r ds s k I I M LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhoods The oats crop will bo as good na any In several years Camp meeting opens at Sebrlng Friday for a run of two weeks Chardon has her centennial cele bration tho last of next week Kont baBo ball team disbanded on account of lack of patronage It is good advice to think twico before spending and then let tho other follow do tho talking Thero are always mattors of in terest in the Dispatch advertising col umns Glvo them careful reading Refuse to bo ill Never tell peo ple you aro ill never own it yourself Illness is one of thoso things a per son should resist on prlnciplo at tho onset People for miles around will find it to their advantage to trade in Can field Prices of all commodities are lower hero than in more pretentious towns Come and see During a storm last Thursday lightning killed six cows belonging to Lewis Shrevo of Goshen township The animals wero in pasture and had i taken refuge under a tree Grand jurors...

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 July 1912

i kiv4 t I ti JM k1 - T Mfcl J V Vs j v i V i4Ml m H Hi Ik 3t t MU m if i SLUM - l rtrs J J V iiEagsffinssLassa porting Sispatcfi HJ sr Issued weekly C C FOWLER Editor CANFlKLt t OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Terms of Subscription no Year 100 Six Months 50 Thrco Months 25 Single Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions 150 Special Notice nViHunrv Nntlnon Ttnanlutlons ofllo Bpeot Cards of Thanks and notices Ol church ana cnaruauio enioriain ments and tho like where an admis sion fee Is chargoa will be charged for at the rate of one half cent a word These must bo paid for in advance or charged to responsible parties order ing tho same FRIDAY JULY 19 1912 In tho Olympic games nt Stockholm completed Monday Americans show ed foreign athletes aU tho way Presideut Taft gave the plum tree a vigorous shake tho other day and a half dozen faithful Ohio supoorters were given olllclal places There Is said to be a scarcity of buns In Yonugstown The Impression has long prevailed that any one hav ing the price could ...

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 July 1912

OT I t A f If B JAMES I REYNOLDS 11 1 BBSBBBBBSMSsieUiSflaeP BBBBBBBBBStlBBBBBBlsrMt7 Mr Raynslda who hM keen a men af iN riff Mvt al ha P kfofea and wll paMfna Board la the now RapubileM national com hava muoh to do with President Taffa campaign AVIATORGOREDTO DEATH HUBERT LATHAM IS KILLED BY WILD BUFFALO One of WorldsflMoneer Airmen Meeta HorrlBle End While on Hunting Trip In French Sudan - Paris July1 17 Hubert Latham the famous Anglo French airman and one of the ploneprs of heavier than air aviation was killed by a wild buffalo on July 7 during a hunt In the French Sudan The governor genoral of French Equatorial Africa Martial Henri Merlin in telegraphing the news to the minister of the colonies says Latham was out with a number of natives in tho forest when ho shot and wounded a buffalo which imme diately charged him and gored and trampled him to death Lathams death occurred in the Chari river near the Bahr Es Salamat practically in the center of the French Sudan in the directi...

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 July 1912

I I i I m i Is Rr ft i t o v K SSI V rir iTw5KwnirpfWire v fc HtHMtti Well Dressed Women Buy materials at this store because they can get cor rect styles and at the same time save money on their purchases In our dry goods depart ment we have many new things to please our cus tomers It will be a pleas ure to have you call and let us show you H J DICKSON General Merchant Phone 13 CANFIELD 0 hJhjhjmJhJhJwJmJmJmJmJJm4hJ NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Lightning Monday burned A Hasleys barn In Hanoverton In Stark county the past year there was one divorce to every nine Weddings Cloudbursts appear to be quite the thing these days yet they are any thing but popular Judge Charles Filllus and wife of Warren well known In Canfield are touring Europe There is no use taking time to hunt up turkish bath rooms when so many fanners need hands in the har vest field Dull times come in nearly every line of business It does no good to worry and fret over unsatisfactory conditions About 30 divorces have been granted...

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. — 26 July 1912

h IM Iff 1 r v y k U PS j r mtwi Vt jrasttV tM5 Storms s 100 a Tear y TOL XXXVI I - -- w WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold Recent rnlng havo mado extra work for tho street commissioner Mrs Samantha Simpson is hero from Alliance on a weeks visit with former neighbors Mrs Thos Mcintosh will start next week for an extended viBlt with rela tives in Nova Scotia Tho Farquhar hill west of MUlvllle is being worked by a steam traction cngino -from Greenford O P Mooro and wife spent Satur day and Sunday with friends and rel atives in Youngslown and Warren ReV W E Hollett and family of GarrottBvllle spent Thursday at the home of her parents Jos Woods and wife This is more than an ordinarily wot July and owing to the backward spring it comqs in tlmo for good crops later In the season Daniel Rohrer wife and two child ren of Lancaster county Pa are vis iting at the home of Adam Wenger in Green township Both parents aflo deaf mutes Mrs Homer Relffer nee Lucy Colo and two sons of Le...

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 July 1912

fjlHA vv S f X i X 7 Vf v U8r wmi yvmrn r rt a i rrr s ft ii tr rt i Rfiv Pictorial Review Patterns v Youngstown Ohio I Could Not Be Happy With Either Imagination pictured a lily becoming less than naught as It melted from H VJbt Dm nnil thn 111 tin mil H f j lllrtntl r -in ju r fFr VUiUJotcuj i win icji jiubu ui my love tomorrow evening And on the morrow he again went t j ceurung V Hose Davenport received hlra In a i most rUVlBUlUK LUSIUUJO Ol Hcunei wer eyes were spurming aua uer reu Jlps curled in smiles Derek knew he moment he touched feer hand that Jt would not be hard to propose is Rose She would in fact leadJUm jib They had been together for perhaps an hour when Vane was conscious of a desire to escape He felt ill at ease With her vital emotions and lack of something that afforded a moments rest to the nerves Rose kept him too forcefully awake Derek longed for a moments respite in which to collect his scattered forces With deep chagrin he knew that Lily would with only 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. — 26 July 1912

41 7 K s 1 VI I Itf a V lv HOME HAPPENINGS The Dispatch is always glad lo Tecolvo local Items of general Inter est f The blind Huffman brothers will filvo n concert In tho M B Church Saturday evening at 730 oclock Many fields of oats In this sec tlon are badly down as a result of recent heavy rain storms Two men occupied tho lockup last Saturday night paying tho penalty for Imbibing too much booze Showers nearly all day laBt Sun day had tho effect of keeping automo biles off tho roads very few machines being in evidence A town well In front of Neffs meat market abandoned for somo time was cleaned Tuesday and tho water is again fit for use Tom McCoy was taken into cus tody last Saturday night and Monday morning pleaded guilty to intoxica tion and was fined 5 and costs Weather conditions wore not favor able for the band festival held in tho pane laBt Saturday night but despite this fact tho receipts amounted to about 20 Lester Baird was awarded tho contract by the village board of edu...

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 July 1912

M J t V f M I rsvi Tw I f i tH t jfr lUV t - I i j v f m m - T i 1 wi l4 -v W - That warm wayo ir arm reception niirN JJV T rHi a Is certain ot ni Blanket your horaol This Is tne too of much thoughtless cruelty to tnlmals An earmuff may not be a thing ot leauty and Joy forever but- neither 1b v frozen car The latest Chlnoso puzzlo Is to pro ounce tho names ot tho members ot B o Chinese cabinet Another easy way to break Into print Just now Is to announce tho dls iovory of tho nrst robin Tho dullness of leap year news loads to the conclusion that thero are a lot it bachelors who are not wanted It is suggested that Fob 29 be made legal holiday Tho plan has tho hearty supportof every Bchoolboy In America Forgers mulcted banks ot Amorlca of fifteen million during the past year snd yet somo people say forgery Is not a success A food expert advises us to tuto rice for potatoes hut there would bo no fun In throwing rlco at the Irish players Up to date nobody has attempted to somplle a list ...

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 July 1912

m M ffuJ ft 7 m LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood County grangers picnic In Can eld on Saturday Philemon Perry a civil war vet eran died laBt Friday In Warren aged 89 Charles Skllea of Wcllsvlllo aged 35 died last week in tho Lisbon jail of alcoholism Loads of early Vegetables aro be ing hauled to market by truck garden ers In this locality A debt of 1300 on tho flno now Methodist parsonage in Ravenna was wiped out on a recent Sunday Prof N M Dray of Cortland will succeed Prof J C Fry as superin tendent of tho Hubbard schools H H Coo for many ytiars a res ident pt Warren died Monday after an illness of hreo years aged 83 Tho Armstrong family reunion will bo held at tho homo of Albert Haines In Atwator Saturday Aug 3 Premium lists of tho Mahoning county fair to be held in Canfleld Sept 10 11 and 12 can be had at the Dispatch office Every teacher in tho county should arrange to attend the institute to be held in Canfleld tho Inst week In August Tho ballots upon...

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 July 1912

N Jfr MJ1 Wkf Bli if tl 14ttsfil 5 4 n4i till Jj ft1 K It Staining gispttjj I8SUED WEEKLY C C FOWLER Editor CANFIELD TELEPHONE NO 48 OHIO Terms of Subscription Ono Year 100 Blx Months 50 n1 1- or track there will be no races here this summer Next Saturday will be observed as Columbiana county suffrage day speakers having been assigned to nearly every part of the county The women are becoming very active in their fight for the ballot and the chances seem to be good for them to win iLast Sundays storm did considei able damage in the flats The sew ers were not equal to the demand upon them and in some quarters of the city streets were damaged At the Episcopal church last Sun day morning Rev John Haight was ordained into the priesthood by Rev W A Leonard bishop of the Noith ern Ohio diocese The Baptist Sunday school enjoyed a picnic Wednesday at Sheltons grove Newton Ingledue jr his wife and adopted daughter were taken to Lis bon Monday the former to answer before Judge Farr for drunken...

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 July 1912

a A H THERON E CATLIN V I Theron E Catlln I tho eonri nun frem the Klevtnth MlMouri 4 tnet wboe leotlbn h been tfolar d Invalid by the cemmlttea on alto tlena of tha hauaa baoauta too muoh manay w apant In hit campaign y DENIES POSTAL IN RIGHT OF PETITION THE 8ENATE COMMITTEE MAKES DRASTIC CHANGES IN POST OFFICE MEASURE Washington July 24 Tho postofllco appropriation bill shorn of the good roads provision proposed by the house and embracing a revised parcels post system with charges baaod on zones of distance was reported to the sen ate by the postofllco committee The total appropriations proposed by the bill are above those of the house meas ure whloh carried approximately J260 000000 One of the principal increas es la in the pay of railroads for trans porting malls the senate committee adding more than 12500000 In striking out the Shackelford good roads feature of the house bill which provided for federal improvement of highways the senate committee rec ommends an investigation by...

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 July 1912

t fctf r THE MAHONING 44hHhH4H3HH We Aim to Please The Indies nml for that reason supply them with Butterick Patterns for which wo have the exclusive local agency No matter what Pattern you may need ladles we can furnish It Call and get a freo copy of tho Butterick Stylo Catalogue And while you are here let us show you the materials for making any garment you mayneed Wo are making es pecially low prices Just now on this class of goods If you want tho best at tho least cost come to us H J DICKSON General Merchant Phone 13 CANFIELD 0 4HmHKkkkKKm NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Not all automobile owners are selfish enough to always haul around an empty seat Mrs Mary Miller of Warren last Saturday celebrated her 95th birth day anniversary Fred Bratton aged 34 died in tho Warren hospital Monday follow ing an operation for appendicitis The annual picnic of the Portage Summit County Pioneer association will be held at Lake Brady Thursday Aug 1 Mrs Sarah Buckman aged SO died Saturday at her home near Se ...

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. — 2 August 1912

4 h hi 1 J fc V F h ler FOR QAININQ PUBLICITY In this county The Mahoning DIs patch advertising columns can bo used to ndvantago whethor mush or ltttlo la to bo advertised ffho samo careful attention Is given the small advortlser that tho largo ono eelves arms 100 a Tsar y 4 VOL XXXVI I WASHINGT0NV1LLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold Its about time for Sunday school picnics Glenn Smodley was home from Shar on Sunday Thomas Arthur Hutchinson return ed from Chicago Friday Tho Mollo reunion will bo held In Mollos woods Saturday August 10 iLem Moss is working In tho Penn sylvania mines with John Possago Miss Julia No ft of Alliance spent Friday with relatives at the Cottage hotel Mrs O Sossert and sister MIbs Carrlo P Woods wore in Youngs town Saturday Master Harry Longbottom wheeled hero from Akron last week for a vis It with relatives Marko paslchi Is visiting at th6 home of his daughter Mrs Jos Mel lob near Kay lor Pa J C EyBter and John Colo hirvo beautified -the residence of Fest...

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. — 2 August 1912

r f v V v h J - r i I IK US ir 1 frfr 7 f Pictorial Review Patterns Youngstown Ohio A- JwW Jv 1 W The Geo L Fdrdyce Co Dry Goods News Cloico of any Spring Suit or Coit in our store values up to S4000 for Copyright MB by AooclstadUtaniy Pitm 0 Shes lived up here on Saw tooth for sis months everBlnoo she got her claim and she says Bhell stick until shes all proved up Kick Alden squatted by the camp Are frying fresh caught rainbow trout Morrlssey swung one booted foot to and fro and patted his pipe bowl reflectively The firelight cast fantastic shapes about vast grotesque forms which seemed to dance back and forth in the shadows of the towering pines like palpable presences Nick felt rriendiy and communicative It was rarely a guest spent the night on Sawtooth He felt a yearning to ward even the old light hearted Irish trapper The last three years In the -wilderness had left him with a keen appetite for human compan ionship And only the girl and him self lived on Sawtooth Tis n6 place f...

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. — 2 August 1912

f -X jffi n - i f n VjiS HOME HAPPENINGS Delightful weather for picnics Oats harvest fs on In earnest this week Council will meet next Monday nient In regular monthly session A thlmblc beo was held Wednes day afternoon In tho M E Church parlor Texas peaches are being sold In some markets In this vicinity at 2 per bushel The Diohl family reunion will bo hold on tho Canileld fair grounds Thursday Aug 29 A special meeting of Argus Ma sonic odgo will bo held this Friday evening for work In tho M M degree Climatic conditions for some time havo been such as to mako It unnec essary to seek tho mountains for cool and comfort The natural gas main has been laid as far as the Normal college building It will bo brought down the west side of road street Tho race track at the fair grounds Is being pub In flrst class condition A number of horses are being trained on the track for tho fall races A citizen who had absorbed too much tanglefoot got to seeing things Monday and he was placed In the lock...

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. — 2 August 1912

Its Hi Vf P yL i t a U HWrr - Xmsn V - IlalalalalalKIPM x r i i tv I f A X rffi3yj a Cocked hats may tecomo ns numer ous as tho fuzzy ones Whore theres a will there Is generv ally a vray to try to break It A million dollar wedding docs not al ways mean a happy married life Few ManchuB resign hut recent re ports Indicate that a good many of them die Tho common towel is to be abolish ed Llttlo by little mankind 1b be coming sanitary Let ub hope tho Wright brothor3 bavo really invented a fool proof alr ihlp It Is greatly needed Music Is to be established In the barnyard for It makcB cows glvo more milk and hens lay more egrs Tho Wllkesbarro man who was a mlllionalro for a day had to go away from homo to act well his part When tho millionaire for a day got back home he had 153 In his pockets Tho waiters did not know he had It They find gold In chlckons crops In Manitoba thus offering another oppor tunity for somobody to boost tho prlco of eggs A Montana court has decided that one Chinam...

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. — 2 August 1912

1VJ r p sfr It IK - Pi itT - ft ail rfmmwmm mrj m THtf MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY AUQUST 2 1012 f WB MS a I 1 rtTiiir xinTr orn m bpbt i nctiroinnp llfllinr niOBflnrrP s T 3P ViflM s6i 4 A LOCAL NEWS ITRMS II J hldch ivcmuu HUUt U HbttttD rM rM W sA Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood calins foaturo of todays Dispatch 18thTov1t nmnVnl reunon of the hcld H A11anco Sept 19 NeXt ninildi 1irtnrrn 1 il - ffun12 UC dftS bon S Cleveland Is after automobile speeders Last Sunday 218 of thorn were pinched and fined nhe bmr1 of C0U1t school ex am i ers will meet In nayon school uui loungstown on Saturday CThcnoxt mcetns of Mahoning county Pomona Grange will be held October CntCr th last Saturday ln Time was when nearly every farmer raised a crop of barley Now a field of barley seldom seen ln this part of Ohio annual reunion of the Ewlng and Qault families will bo held at tamp Park AusUntown townBhlp Wednesday Aug 21 Tho annual reunion of the Ben jamin Cover family will be hold In U S Covers...

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. — 2 August 1912

fcl li t Ef f if- t Si f JsV iv H g i wa i u 4fc Sliming ispic I88UED WEEKLY 0 C FOWLER - Editor I CANF1KLD OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Terms of Subscription Ono Year 100 Six Mouths 50 Throe MonthB 25 Blnglo Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions 160 Special Notice Obituary NotlceB Resolutions ofRo spoct Cards ot Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertain ments and tho like where an admis sion fco is charged -will bo charged for at tho rato of one half cent a word These must bo paid for In advance or charged to responsible parties order ing tho same FRIDAY AUGUST 2 1012 Tho Ohio republican stato commit tee will meet August 10 and select a candidate for governor Judge Dillon having refused to remain on tho tick et Tho Cnnfleld fair Is only a little more than five weeks away and with tho coming of the fair the cam paigning ofcandldates for county of fices 111 begin And tlmt means about two months of hard work ror the bunch Ohio women will not be peimitted to vote for president this year o...

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. — 2 August 1912

t Ifr p v r t v JK LEST be the toiiRUe BncnitH nn in WhOSO Words Rrn nlnrnvH rm That keeps tho law of kindness still whatover others do Blest ba tho hands that toll to aid The great worlds ceaseless noed The hands that never nro afraid To do a kindly deed WHEN WE GO PICNICINQ V 4e that Thoro aro thoso who over think of tho discomforts and Inconveniences of tho plcnlo that thoy overbalance the pleasure and inako them undesirable companions on a picnic Pick your picnic lovers so your Joy may be un nlloyed In arranging for a days outing careful planning must be done for Duik and weight must be eliminated as far as Is possible with comfort Tho fewer the dishes of a waBhnble variety tho better plates and oups of paper may bo obtained at small cost wolgh little and may be burned when the meal Is over so that tho dish washing and repacking is done away with The food may be wrapped In paper and paper napkins used so that cutlery Is about all thei weight ex cept tho food Stuffed eggs wrapped...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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