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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 20 September 1912

c J K llf y Lk -X Y SV mrn MUCH DAMAGE DONE TO CORN BY BORING OF CATERPILLAR i Any Method Which Will Insure Complote Destruction of Over - Wintering Larvae If Persisted In Will Effectually- Preclude Serious Injury From This Little Insect Br QEonas a ainbleih In many cornfields especially in tha South a heavy wind late In the Season before the corn Is matured floes great damage by breaking the plants oft at the surfaco of the ground thus ruining them An examination ot these broken villi In most cases show that Stems bey havo been greatly weakened by ill burrows of a caterpillar known M the larger corn stalk borer Its work Is largely within the stem the plant and is so concealed that most cases unless weather tlons make it conspicuous the pres ence of the insect passes unnoticed This Insect seems to have been rlglnally an enemy of sugar cane And to have first transferred Its at tention to corn in the southern part f this country where corn and cane r grown over tho same territory It o...

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. — 20 September 1912

v r ir N u 3 M4HMMMH4HHfM Two stalks celery F L nice THEDELINEATOR OCTOBER 192 rirtllwClMI TIUTTIKHMtlWCOMr MWVC JOm You cannot afford to be without The October DELINEATOR It contains articles and stories by WORTH DRECOLL BERNARD MRS S1MCOX ANNETTE AUSTIN WM HARD ROBERT HICHENS ETC The Delineator The Fashion Authority of the World Second Farber 25 Hen Wilson Bros Second Wilson Chambers Pullet Farber Second Knox Geese Toulouso cock Knox Second same Cockerel Wilson Bros Second Wilson Chambers Hen Knox Second same Pullet Wilson Bros Second Wilson Chambers Embden cock Knox Second Mllchner Seis Cockerel Wilson Bros Second Knox Hen Wilson Chambers Second Knox Pullet Wilson Bros Second Knox African hen Wilson Bios Brown Chinese cock Wilson Bros Second Knox Cockerel MIteliner Seas Second Wilson Bros Hen same Second Knox Pullet Wilson Bros Second MItchner Seas White Chinese cock Knox Second Wilson Bros Cockerel Knox Second Wilson Bros Hen same Second same Pullet Wilson Bros Second Knox Wild ...

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. — 27 September 1912

r ft Tarns 100 a Tear t VOL XXXVI I WIFE SLAYER DIES IN CHAIR Cheater 8 Jordan Who Murdered Vaudeville Actress Maintains to the Last His Self Control Boston Mass At 121430 In the morning In tho state prison at Charles Itown Chester 8 Jordan 38 expiated In the electric chair tho murder of Ihis wife Honora Shannon Jordan who was a vaudeville actress In their homo In Somervlllo four years ago Like Bertram G Spencer who died in the Bame chair recently Jordan maintained to the last the self control which has sustained him during all these months and liko Spencer he chose a Christian Science reador to attend him to the chair On the march from the death cell he was as erect as his official escort and his step faltered no more than theirs He took als seat aB If care free and the current was turned on A second Bhock was given and he was pronounced dead at 121521 The body is to be buried in Indianapolis Jordans native place MURDERERS LAST STATEMENT Man Who Slew Wife Tells How Ho Embraced Chri...

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. — 27 September 1912

IM i SH Pictorial Review Patterns Thursday e carriers of danger in the form of ceedingly powerful poisons Let lm therefore who lacks the training equlslte for the unfailing detection nd identification of species carefully fraln from excursions into a field t uncertainty so fraught with danger Mushrooms form an unusually xltlous nnd cniRtnlntnar dipt A wall known botanist says that mush rooms might properly be called vege table meat and used as a substitute animal food It is doubtful however if this Is fr Tbff more we learn of mushrooms the more it becomes apparent that Jhey are scarcely different as regards dietary virtues from the general run of the green vegetables which have never achieved the distinction of any pnique or superior nutritive properties phey belong rather to that large group of food materials which we consume lor reasons quite apart from the body I Journal of the American Medical Association MONEYED WORDS IN TUBES Mow the Moderrj Spanish Swain Finds a Way to Overco...

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. — 27 September 1912

X 1 V as I bJ HOME HAPPENINGS Somo corn a -being cut In this locality The Norninl college boysaro or ganizing a football team Local secret organizations are rap idly Increasing In membership Tho Canfleld cornet band Is plan ning for a big celebration on Hallow een Patronize the lecturo course Five flrst clnss entertnlnments have been Becured Attendance at tho Normal col lege and union schools continue to Increase A largo crowd attended thoOurlfy family reunion held last Saturday on the Canfleld fair grounds The Youngstown Telephone Co has distributed new telephone direct ories among locnl subscribers The Rcbekah lodge will meet Tuesday Oct 1 In I O O P hall A full attendance of the sister Is desired The woods are still full of hunt ers Many fox squirrels have been killed In this locality during the past two weeks An automobile van over a dog owned by Casper Krlner the other day killing it Some one unknown killed a dog belonging to Dr Hawkins Tho Missionary society of the Christian c...

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. — 27 September 1912

toi The chronlo kicker nod taiockeT Is 1 pubHo nuisance It does not tako a cold wave long to outstay Its welcome Next to football what Is more terous than a bargain salo In poultry Andrew Carnegie says that So are the jobs This Is tho season wbon tho storage tgg conies out ot hiding looking as innocent as possible A A hotel chef says cooks candrlvo the doctors out of business and with tut cooking for thom Massachusetts loads tho nation in Insanity A record Is a record no natter how It Is attained Speaking of Inconsistency somo deplore tho brutality of football Eon thon attend peace banquets One scientist says that Eve was not l beauty But lets be charitable she lid not get any hints from Paris As tho governor of North Dakota laid to the govornor of South Dakota ts a mighty short time between cold Braves Sometimes we got tho foolish no tion that It would be easier to get along in the world if we had lees phil osophy Baby InvPlttsburg nine weeks old Was operated on for appendicitis Bo...

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. — 27 September 1912

R Ij I D X LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Rnln combs as easy as poverty A now bank Is to begin business jn Rock Creek the first of next month Tho corner stone of the new First Reformed church In Warren was laid jast Sunday afternoon All patrons knowing themselves to be In arrears on subscription aro urg ed to make Immedlato settlement By the first f next May the Erie -railroad will be double tracked tho entire distance between New York and Chicago ki A t Miss Ella Oswalt 47 years old died In North Denton last Friday aft er a long Illness and was burlod Mon day 111 tlie Beach cemetery r io not verloo any of tho busi ness announcements In todays Dis patch They point tho way to stores where bargains are to bo secured 1 Tho Dispatch will be sent to new subscribers from now until Jan 1 ai13 for 25c All papers will bo dis continued at expiration of tluio paid for r Mrs James Tlbbltts of NUes vis iting In Los Angeles Cal ran across Jier brother Austin Parker whom...

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. — 27 September 1912

w fr w iA Iv l i 11 I S IK nrrHPT ft X sXjMMf9f JWmtMVP T2Tf i - tts -v fay TrJpWCT fc pRoning gispicg ISSUED WEEKLY C C FOWLER Editor CANPIELD TELEPHONE NO 48 OHIO Entered nt CnnflcM Ohio Postofllce as second class matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year SI 00 Six Months bo i towns Three Months Single Copy SPECIAL NOTICE Obltunry Notices Resolutions of Re spect Cards of Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertainments and the like where nn admission fee Is charg ed will bo charged for at the rate of one half cent a word There must bo paid for In advance or chnrged to le Bponslblo parties ordellng the same FIUDAY SBPTBMBCR 27 1912 Only a little more than Ave weeks until election day Presidential campaign has reached the straw vote stage Boost your best for the locality which your lot is cast The campaign has been opened In Ohio and the people still live Until people learn the difference between the high cost of living and the cost of living high they are likely to spend thei...

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. — 27 September 1912

U A Is E l m SAVE 20H I I f I MEN S SUITS RAINCOATS ATS 30 Anniversary Sale 2400 28 Anniversary Sale 2240 25 Anniversary Sale 2000 20 Anniversary Sale 1 600 1 8 Anniversary Sale 1 440 1 5 Anniversary Sale 1 200 SAVE 2Q iHHlHi WILL ASK FOR REFORMS Investigators to Petition Legislature for Sweeping Laws That Will Protect Young and old of Feminine Sex New York Sept 25 We have -found that conditions under which women work in New York state are Inhuman almost beyond belief de clared State Senator Robert F discussing the Investigations of the state factory investigating com mittee He predicted that similar or ganizations would aoon be created In every state in the Union by the fed Ark government The- New York investigating body was appointed immediately after the Triangle shirtwaist fire to investigate working conditions throughout the state and to suggest legislative re forms We have found men and women -working In ill ventilated poorly lighted congested quarters Partic ularly ware the c...

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. — 27 September 1912

i 1 IP 11 i lf 1 1 J A is 1 A f 1 r i I i K f t m iK it i B J If i W K ff f I J fl A l43MtM4HKfr4 JXHfiRELINEATOR ocTOBtK iyia n unriciM tnmTTlicirttinwvccoMrfr Mwrcta You cannot afford to be without The October DELINEATOR It contains articles and stories by WORTH DRECOLL BERNARD MRS SIMCOX ANNETTE AUSTIN WM HARD ROBERT HICHENS ETC The Delineator The Fashion Authority of the World We are agents for The Delineator and Butterick Patterns Also headquartess for School Tablets Lunch Box es Book Straps and Collapsible Drinking Cups HJ DICKSON General Merchant Phone 13 OANFIELD 0 t NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Just a little more darkness than light these days Sunday marked the putuninal equi pox and the usual storm arrived on time There are thousands of bushels of oats still out In the weather in this county Dr W F Carson and family will move from Berlin Center to Alliance the first of next month The Garrettsville Journal says S C Templln formerly of Calla is en larging his greenhouse to accommo date...

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. — 4 October 1912

I m lw Ife 1 A ft- n t W 3 ifSi l JUafX LlTfLg gFoftf jOn tho part of Dispatch subscribers Tvhb think well 6i thd paper would accomplish wonders lrl extending Us circulation If you havo a friend or Aelehbpr who would likely bo Inter i f ested in a purely coitrify nowspapor v Why not nflk him to enroll his namo ort the Dispatch list i00 a ffear bLxxxvri WASHINCrTONVILLE 1 A few vpeople from this section aro attending tho Akron fair Tioro Is now- much demand for coal and mines In this locality In op eration havo plenty of orders There aro rumors of an approach ing wedding which has not yet been publicly announced Let the good work continue Work is progressing rapidly on the now acnooi Dunning it will be one of the finest -structures in this part of Columbiana odunty Considerable born has been cut this week by farmers near the village The crojT will bo large Wheat sow ing Is abouball done although a lew farmers have been delayed by reason of the continued wot weatfier At pottery would ...

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. — 4 October 1912

I k s l IV P ti i I m m tK Kk t W IT K m - s PICTORIAL REPIEW PATTERNS XJK JH X Youngstown Ohio V 7 T 54 Inch 150 Striped Serge 115 Comes in black and white navy and white a stylish weave was 15 the yard sale price 115 44 Inch 100 Whipcord Sale Price 85c Will offer this fabric in black and navy 100 the yard reg ular price now S5c 54 Inch 125 Suitings Sale Price 100 One of the smartest novelties of the season usually priced at 125 the yard marked to 100 54 Inch tak Serge Special at 135 Sponged and shrunk Oak Serge in wisteria Copenhagen tan - navy and black a very special offering for the yard 135 36 Inch Whipcord 75c Kind Now 59c 3G Inch Whipcord and Novelty Suitings colors are tan brown Copenhagen navy and black 75c numbers now 59c DISCARD RUTS PUFFJWOBLS Women to Be In Height of Fashion Mutt Dress With Simplicity Says Lady Duff Gordon New York Oct 2 Lady Duff Gor don Europes leading authority on styles and fashions has just arrived In this oity fora short visit She will return to ...

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. — 4 October 1912

ii i 1 I li i i ir 17 m I Y -X IMta - a Ivr HOME HAPPENINGS Applehutter making season Boya and squirrels aro looking for nuts Some hlckorynuts and chestnuts in this locality iVanco Bllm Is driving a now iButck automobile 1 Regularly monthly meeting of Council next Monday night A new boiler house Is being erect ed by the Altlmo culturo Co An enjoyable term social waBlield In college cliapel TnUrsday night People nil over town aro clamor ing for the installation of natural igas m Mrs E E Matthews of Ellsworth Station waB a Canfleld vlBitor Thurs day There was a light frost in low lands In this locality last Friday morning x Is being vigorously prose cutod on the third gas well being drilled Tjy the Altlmo Gas Co The sale of reserved seats for the college lecture course will open at H J Dicksons store this Friday morn ing at 7 oclock The board of county school ex nmlners will meet In Canfleld Satur day This will bethe last examina tion here this year lA meeting of the board of Normal c...

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. — 4 October 1912

m lf i 11 IP I I ft jf 3- It 15 5 i If Wft m Mk tei B WbS WKTl Iff w V BE i Cw - H -iv s V V si tt MISS HELEN iKUWULD If f LLWJli BNiH8JSSinBBBBHBSa r Mtea awM U to b the chief gUMt W hnw at great banquet In Chita is TbMrwtar Hlfht wnltfc will n m anawal cnfrn f Railroad Twnt Mna Christian atovelatloiia TRAINS TD BE PERFECT TWOYAH OLD QIRL BEINQ TU TORED BY FATHER HJ t Attain Phyaloal Oorvdltlon Whan 9ht la Woman drown That Will Astonlah All MlMaaoUa Oct a To booomo Hm VvridSl most perfect ireaan phy rioaJty b the future mapped out tor Margaret Terry tiudaon Grant two rears two montiuj old by her father Blettard Qrant director of track ath letics of the tfniroralty of Minnesota and eror atnoe she vras three weeks old the baby has been training for the place she la some day to All Sys tematic exercise under the careful superrlaion of her father who him self was formerly a traok star at Yale and who has made many Minnesota athletes Is as much a part of little Margarets dally life as t...

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. — 4 October 1912

ri V J tiMtei 3v undertakers have even learned that the freo use of printers Ink pays In the city papers they take whole pages showing various designs of caskets funeral cars etc These things no doubt grate on the nerves Bf most people tout they must come to them sooner or later rThe Stark county fair is on this week Years ago during fair week the roAd to Canton was lined with vehicles bound for the fair Since the advent of the trolley line all this While agricultural were in process of develop- ment - the Interest of farmers was tCTso greater HLouisville Heralds Ohio is making a showing this V year Mn the way of road improve- ments More than a million dollars was expended upon road construction under the dlrtction of the statehigh way department Of the above amount the state paid one half of the expense the other half being home by yie county township and district in which the work -was done A civil service examination will he held In Ravenna Saturday Octob er 10 to fill the vacanc...

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. — 4 October 1912

F rv if if rt IV Ji M lh Wl mf v h ry i j ja Irt1 14SJES3 - ty Jgtxjioiiing Jispaiejj ISSUED WEEKLY p C FOWLER Editor CA FIELD TELEPHONE NO 48 OHIO Entered nt Cnnfleld Ohio Postofllco as iocond class mnttor TERMS OP SUDSCRIPTION Ono Tear 100 Six Months 60 Tlireo Months 25 Slnglo Copy 03 SPECIAL NOTICE Obituary Notices Resolutions ot He aped Curds of Thanks and notices ot chuich and charitable entertainments and the llKo wneroan admission fee is cnarB ed Will bo charged for nt the rate of one hnlf cent a word Theso must bo paid for in advance or charged to re sponsible parties ordering the same FIUTXAtf OCTOBER 4 1912 It would bo an honest and peculiar electlbn where men performed at the polls nil they promised to do A promise to vote in a given way costs nothing and It has no endorser A promise to pay Is not so easily Ignored or forgotten Ono of the queer things of this day is that while one man can be found to woik for 2 a day four can be found to sit on the fence and watch him for...

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. — 4 October 1912

l n ii AtoVil f 1 Ff I 4 I I m W i 1L I X THREE ARE KILLED 5 WAR BOAT IIEUTKNANT and two chief1 MACHINISTS MATES DIE A8 STEAM CHEST LETS QO Newpbrt R I Oot 8 Llut Don Aid G Morrison of tho United States navy Chief Machinists Mates H L Wilder sad J WvRumpt were klllod and Lieut Robert L Montgemory and Are patty offloers sarloualy Injured when the ataam cheat of tho forward port turbine on the torpedo boat de stroyer Walk blew out while tho lit tle terror was beginning N her apoed tents off Newport Nowa of the cas ualty reached here in a wlreleas call nd all the medical officers of the feet Were on board nh o hospital ship flolaoo to which the Walke was able to run on her starboard anginas Thoae Sorloualy Hurt Tha seriously injured are D F Kelly chief machinist male J De laney fireman W 0 Krauae oiler B P Crawford ohlef gunners mate Patterson an umpire for the test Lieut R L Montgomery of the Fan ning another umpire F B Conway oiler and- O R Hargraro fireman were less seriously hurt A...

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. — 4 October 1912

if w r Jt i fr 5i - l - X n NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Industry and thrift are a strong pair to draw to - foliage Is beginning to tako on golden tints Just a few little ups and downs make llfo all the more enjoyable Canvassers report a large sale of Beason tickets for the college lecture course Creditors of the Harvey failed bank in Lisbon havo received another dividend this time 15 per cent Indian summer will come troop ing along ono of theo days and aft er It Is over comes the long spell of cold and much mixed weather Mrs Jerry Andrews living near Lisbon was stricken with paraylsls last Sunday Although she Is 85 years old nor recovery is evpected Mrs Harriet Craft died last Fri day in Bazetta of paralysis aged 78 Bhe was born In Bazetta and her en tire llfo was spent in Trumbull coun ty Ira E Stephans has been enjoin ed from continuing as general man ager of the Mineral nidge Mfg Co he being charged with mismanage ment of its affairs Alliance is surely -getting gay as the dickens On the fi...

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. — 11 October 1912

1 A tt t M JU8T A JTTLE EFFORT On iho part of Dispatch subscribers who think well of tho paper would accomplish wonders In extending Its circulation It you have a friend or neighbor who would llltcly ho Inter ested In a purely county newspaper why not ask him to enroll his name on the Dispatch list Terms 100 a Tear 1 A VOL XXXVI I WASHINGTONVILLE LcniHol Moss cf Deorfield was hero over Sinday Salort girls appear to have charms for sorlo of our young men I L Frederick of Alliance was here Saturday visiting his parents A number of people of this vicinity are suffering with summer grip Mrs Alex Daley of Youngstown is here for a few days among relatives Miss Marie Townsond of Columbi ana Is the guest of Miss Etta Roller There Is a fairly good crop of hick orynuts and hoys can he seen hunting them in all directions P C Boston Is delivering coal to the PeerleBS mine employes from a car mined at that place The social of the Pythian sisters held In Thorpes hall last Saturday evening was wel...

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. — 11 October 1912

oNsMutftfr 14 i It 9 V I 1 m i rr I H snssa PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERN8 Bv h i ft Youngstown Ohio The Geo L Fordyce Co MENS NEW SWEATER COATS Superb showing of the now stylus In Mens Sweater Coats Byron collar or shawl collnr light or tlniK grey price rango from 75c to 350 each Such Sweaters as these havo that real quality which means dur ability the men like MENS PAJAMAS AND NIGHT SHIRTS Unboxed today for Fall selling our full complement of tho seasons styles In Mens Flnnnoletto Night Shirts and Pajamas all sizes tho new stylo collars Display at Mens Furnishing Goods Section Night Shirts priced at 50c 75c lO0 and 150 Pajamas priced at 100 the suit CHILDRENS UNDERWEAR SPECIAL NUMBERS About 100 dozen of Childrens fine ribbed medium weight Merino Underwear vests and pants white and natural an extraordinary val ue for the garment 50c Theso differ fiom the everyday kind theyre made better and better quality than regular 50c kinds 3000 STYLISH SUITS Smartest of the seasons Suits wide wale ...

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