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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 11 October 1912

T r k h y X HOME HAPPENINGS Just cool enough theso mornings to put a little spring In hools H W Corll8 residence on Cross street is being painted A K Osborns resldenco on West Main street Is Iboing brightened with paint flho number of natural gas con sumers In the village Is rapidly In creasing The teachers training class of the Methodist church will meet at the parsonnge Friday evening aF Sweltzor of Beach City an nounces the arrival of another son at his home last week Mr Sweltzor and family formerly resided In Can field The Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church will meet at the homo of Misses Martha and Hebecca Frederick near iCalla Wednesday Oct 1G A daughter was recently born to Mr anu Mn Andrew Kroeek of Ijiw ellviile well known In Oanllcid Mrs ivroeck being a daughter of Mr and Jnub John loot Most of the tarvla road running east from the village is comploted and a large force ot men Is at work on the square With favorable weather con Ultions the entire job will be com...

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. — 11 October 1912

Llu t i DETAILSOFFATAL FIGHT IN Nl A CARAGUA NAMES OF AMERICANS KILLED AND WOUNDED AT LEON ARE SENT TO WASHINGTON Washington Oct 9 Bullotlns to -the stato department tell of tho fight at Leon In which throe Americans -were killed three wounded and 60 Nlcaraguans were killed tho number of tho Nlcaraguans wounded not ic ing given Tho Americans killed were as fol lows the names of their relatives In the United States being also given John Bartels private enlisted at Chicago III December 27 1911 His sister Annie Puttcomer lives at Mel roe Park Cook county ill Roy Q Morgan May 18 1899 en listed at San Francisco His mother Mrs S M Olsen lives at Los Angeles Cal George O Burgess enlisted at Oak Park Stllwater Minn December 7 1908 His father Ora Burgess Oak Park Stillwater Minn The wounded are Frank Klttsmiller private enlisted at Spokane Wash May 13 1912 KIs mother Marguer ite Klttsmiller lives at Lewlston Idaho Two others were wounded Lamper iseaman from the Colorado and Dal der a marine ...

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. — 11 October 1912

Vi K i i h r y KM 1 3Tm pv i mm i LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood It will bu found prolltnble to doal with DlBpnlch advertisers Michael Carls who resides near Atwntor colebrated his 9Bth birthday last week and 1b still halo and hearty Tho annual meeting of tho North eastern Ohio Teachers Association will be held In Cleveland Friday and Saturday October 25 and 20 Wrn Gamble of Lisbon who serv ed lour years In the 17Gth O V I died last Friday of a hemorrhage Ho was 79 yoars old and lived atone It has been remarked thnt while tho country seems prosperous It takes a mighty lot of hustling to acquire coin sufficient to make both ends ineet Warren has a socialist councilman who Is credited with being disposed to put a sprag in tho wheel of pro gress the city Is anxious to keep turning Warren hns received an auto Are truck that took first prize at tho recent firemans national convention held in Denver where the contest took place There will ho a convention of tho ...

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. — 11 October 1912

ffJL N K i IM mzFT imr ijyWKSW W oS f JPf jz 5 I88UED WEEKLY p C FOWLER Editor OANF1ELD OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Entcrod at Cannotil Ohio rostofllco ixb second clas4 mattor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Ono Tear 100 Six Months d0 Threo Months 25 Single Copy 03 SPECIAL NOTICE Obituary Nolltes llcsolutlons of Re spect Cards of Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertainments and the like where an admission fee Is charg ed will bo charged for at the rato of one half cent a word Theso must bo paid for in advance or charged to re sponsible parties ordering the same F1UDAY OCTOBER 11 1912 The November election Is loss than a month away and still there la little political excitement In this neck of tho woods November election less than a month away and candidates for coun ty otiices are hustling around at a lively rate The lively interest Congiessman John J Whttacie manifested In se curing tho new pension law Is caus ing the old guard to rally to his Bupport Undei tho ruling of Secretary of ...

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. — 11 October 1912

4 M ii E 1 K r A and coil bill tel lei pnl 1 n b c P Si U M VAt Ait MRS RUSSELL SAGE Mr Russsll Bags ha purchased V ifor about 150000 Marsh island voirthwMt of Naw Orleans with tha ilntsntlon of dedloatlng It In perpetuity ias a raruge for wild birds ilUUUU I 10 STRIKE IN PROTEST WILL SHOW ALLEGED TRUST ACCUSERS OF THEIR COM- RADES THEIR POWER Lake Charles La Oct 9 Indus trial Workers of the World plan a strike of 50000 men as a protest Against the treatment accorded 52 members of the timber mens union by the authorities here The 52 are on trial for the murder of one guard and three of their comrades In a riot at Grabow July 7 The I W W claim the authorities are acting under the Influence of the Louisiana lumber trust which 1b waging a war of ex termination against the union Hie Jail here is probably the only one in the world which serves as headquar ters of a Socialist local Its ohartor members are the 52 union timber workers On the Jail hangs a char ier from the national Socialist...

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. — 11 October 1912

If r M frS r 1 i I I h Ifv r - V WTt IksT wan ir fe ri I i r - ffe j NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Head the advertisements In to days Dispatch Delolt had a great home coming celebration last Saturday Leaves nro rapidly turning nnd falling Indicating the near approach of winter James Clark of Lcotonln 41 years old fell off a culvert Monday evening and was killed Schools In East Youngstown clos ed several days last week on account of diphtheria having made Its art 1 penrance among tho pupils Tho Walsh paper mill at Cuya hoga iFnlls burned early last Saturday morning causing a loss of 125000 partially covered by Insurance This made tho fourth time the mill has been wiped out by Are W K Klnsoy of Alllanco was 91 years old last May but ho still takes such a lively Interest In public af fairs that ho appeared at a booth and registered so that ho may vote In November He has always voted the republican ticket i Mrs Elizabeth Chambers of Bay ard Columbiana county is said to be the oldest Sunday school t...

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. — 18 October 1912

It pd rt e H Q a In and cou bus tt ml bi co prl fit 6t is Wf a tlf Cf Kt CI til a tl tli bf lr u fl f 6 n 1 a a n e a t a H tt 4- C oi 88 h r I rrjr - rwa V WASHINaTONVILLE Mrs S J Taylor Is on the sick list C H Blackburn and wife of Lisbon wore here over Sunday 1 Andrew Mulr Is having repairs n made on his residence Joseph Frederick is on tho sick list with heart and nerve trouble C Tl Taylor and family of Youngs town visited hero over Sunday Born last Wednesday In tho homo ot Mr and Mrs Fred Girard a Bon Squire Johnson 1b repairing his now- lyacqulled property on Water street Bert SlmpBon and family of Mineral Ridge visited his parents hero over Sunday Glen Smedley and Clifford of tho Erie railroad force were in town ov er Sunday George Cobbedish has moved Into the Abe Stouffer property on West Main street James Welkart Is dmiprovlng his Matn ptreeti property Iwlth a new front porch eekly prayer meetings will bo held In tne Methodist church Thurs day evening Misses Anna and Elizab...

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. — 18 October 1912

L ft h H II ii I K SkX I i VS fVi rar -U I PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERN8 Youngstown Ohio The Geo L Fordyce Co SATIN STRIPE SHEFFANA 60c Entirely new fnbrlc having nil the daintiness of plain Chiffon re lloved by a small Satin stripe self colored 27 Inches wide all the new evening tints for the yard 10c An evening frock from this fab ric will bo most pleasing to the exacting MARQUISETTE 50c A fascinating weave for grace ful drapery rich texture woven similar to Chiffon except square mesh for this cloth delicate bines pinks lavenders and hosts of other now effects 27 Inches wide for the yard 50c This Is a perfectly plain weave and would bo handsome made over white silk STRIPED VOILES 35c Worthy the consideration of the most particular connoisseur most beautiful Satin stripe effects su perb quality comes In white and all the delicate tints as well as more substantial colors The observing woman when she sees these will wonder at the low price J PIERP0NT MORGAN It is reported that J PierptSn...

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. — 18 October 1912

tik r i Or Xj I HOME HAPPENINGS 00111 - bus y NmtlnB parties arc WJ these days tolct legd par Mil th bo m UEi W er fo hi to Sal ne in4 fir am no cdl Dt to wfl M fit qu tM 44 ce ou 89 6 th an thJ StJ 19 ee rtf is th an t i t J t I f i 1 in Gls Po tto ml bill vuu prd fln 6td is vrd a th ca CO en th av k J - Si i t 1 FH3 numerous First killing frost of the season came Tuesday night R A Manchester is having his Lisbon 8lroot residence palntedi Apple picking Is now tho order Tho crop in this locality is quite good A ten pound son was born Wed nesday morning to Mr and Mrs D G Dickson Rally Day will bo obsorved at the Christian church next Sunday morn ing at 930 oclock There is said to bo a fairly good cron or nieitorvniitn in fnva nra r fc fored Jta the local market Let us have every news Item that comes to your notice friends We want every scrap of local news go ing Arrangements arc being made by YoungBtown parties for automobile races on tho Canfleld fair grounds track Saturday brings t...

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. — 18 October 1912

J i I i l 1 I J liS 1 tic I flr fr u f EH I I B ovr ft r - SDHEPPS TESTIFIES AT BECKERS TRIAL MES8CNGER TO ROSE AND WEB BER CORROBORATES STORIES OF FORMER WITNESSE8 CALLS OPPOSING COUNSELLIAR RESENTS QUESTIONS THAT SEEM ED TO REFLECT UPON OWN CHARACTER New York Oct 1G Sam Schepps messenger to Jack Hose and Brldgey wobber ns a witness at the trial of tollcc Llout Becker for the murder of Herman Rosenthal was clearly and decisively tho victor over Beckora chief counsel John S Mclntyre In a battle of wltB which lasted the great er part of tho court day Without hesitation and In a memt convincing manner Schepps who Is conceded to have had no knowledge of the murder plot until after tho assassination of Herman Rosenthal corroborated all the material points of the testimony given by Roso Webber and Vallon Tho direct testimony consumed little lore than an hour of the foronoon ession and then cimo tho cross-examination conducted by Mr Mclntyro Schepps was In turn both flippant and defiant I...

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. — 18 October 1912

v 1 - i i 4 I f 4- m WMP LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Qayiered In Town County and Neighborhood Trumbull county pomona grange will meet In Warron on Saturday and ft largo crowd la expected Winter apples arc selling at 80c and 90c a bushol In Louisville Stark county and potatoes sell at 50c a bushel Wo are being driven Insane by telephones declares a Gorman col lege professor who Is evidently on a party lino i4 Many potatoes arc being shipped from Columbiana The average yield In that locality Is said to bo 150 bush els to the acre At the coming November election Portage county will vote on the ques tion of levying a special tax of two mills on the dollar for the purpose of building good roads throughut the county Dan Hanna Is back of the project which ho will glvo substantial financial support Secretary A P Sandles of the State Board of Agriculture Columbus Is back on the job again after two weeks absence caused by stepping on a nail which penetrated his foot to the extent of an Inch He had a clo...

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. — 18 October 1912

s a IT 1 m M Lft 1 K Sife j isL awa3ffl tfswy to Wr I8SUED WEEKLY P C FOWLER Editor CANFIELD OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Entered at Canfleld Ohio Postofllco ns second class matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year 100 Six Months 60 Three Months 25 Slnglo Copy 03 SPECIAL NOTICE Obituary Notices llcsolutlons of Ite apect Cards of Thanks and notices of church and charltablo entertainments and the like where an admission fee Is chaig cd will bo charccd for ut the into of ponslblo parties orUeiliig the same FRIDAY OCTOUER 18 1012 Calamity howling will get croakers nothing In this campaign Boston Red Sox copped the worlds championship Wednesday when they won the eighth game of the series from the New York Giants uy a score of 3 to 2 Col W J Brjan will speak In Youngstown nevt Monday foienoon a change having been made from Tues day It Is safe to bay he will be greeted by a large crowd Outside of presidential politics there seems to be little doing in this county Candidates for county ofllces nro hus...

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. — 18 October 1912

S i ifi P s i M Omxm VItBVR PNESPIT IfrtWpi Bon let thy soul grow fine For It alone Is thine Thou Bhalt have peace and strife Thou shalt know Joy and grief Ere thou hast lived thy life But thy soul Is tho chief Of all that thou shalt know All else Is poor and low Bon let thy bouI grow straight Un warped of pride or hate Aye let It grow serene Not gnarled by lies and sneer And actions dark and mean For Gods eternal years Reach not along the ways Of these our earthly days Bon let thy soul grow strong Unmoved by hidden wrong Bo that It may not heed The evil done to thee But may observe the need Of the weak folk that be That It may lend Its strength To broken souls at length Bon what are hand and heart Are they of thee a part what In life we give Not what we get that blend Into what time we live And life that never ends Is for the souls that be Of blessed memory Son let thy soul grow fine And straight and strong divine The rarest souls above Are those that have grown thus Rich with the ...

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. — 18 October 1912

Iff V X b ft r FIT i ii- re I- l I ft Sf IV t S- fc T U I tSIHftS K5gPlMIH HI NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Stark county fftlr this year mndo 1600 abovo expenses Forest trjios with their tinted fol lBo are beautiful to look upon i At Alliance last Sunday Mr and Mrs Jdb Ueedor celebrated tho six tieth anniversary ot their marriage Mrs Rhoda Pirn died last Sunday Ot her homo In Damascus after n i weeks Illness with erysipelas aged 71 years Rev Billy Sunday preached In Lisbon last Sunday and It Is said io have started a lot of sinners down thero on the straight and narrow path i Volma about two and a half years old only child of Mr and As Edward Bright of Newton Palls died recently of Inflammation of the bowels- At the first communion of the Alliance Presbyterian chiireh under the pastorate of Itev R C Stoll last Sunday 32 persons united with tho church Extensive road Improvements are being made In Newton Falls and country people find It difficult to get Into the town which Is practically fenced I...

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. — 25 October 1912

V v- i h I if M JUST A LITTLE EFFORT On the part of Dispatch subscribers who think well of the paper would accomplish wonders In oxtondlng Its circulation If you havo a friend or neighbor who would likely bo Inter ested In a purely county newspaper why not ask him to enroll his namo on the Dispatch list y farms 100 a 7ear VOL XXXVI I WASHINGTONVILLE William Stouffer Is on tho sick list with kidney trouble Raymond Lewis Is suffering from an attack of asthma H B Booth of Youngstown Is among old frlonds here Frank Boston and faniuy spent Sunday with relatives In Lisbon John Klrtly Jr Is making repairs to his residence on Water street F C Harvoy auditor of tho Wells Fargo Express Co was here Satur day Will Reed Jr employed In New Philadelphia spent Sunday here with his father Arthur Johnson and family wore with her parents near Locust Grove last Sunday Jos Warner has moved his family Into the John Colo residence on East Main Btreet Mr and Mrs W C Welkart and dauguter Thelrua of Leetonla...

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. — 25 October 1912

i b W H r ti - 4 t i ifti iffi c SH V - rTTJpTr wr Munslng Union Suits Youngstown Ohio The Geo L Fordyce Co NEW 2500 TAILORED SUITS Tho smartest Suit of tho season bought in New York Inst week all new materials and colorings navv Copenhagen Wllhemina blue King ulno and ruby superb models for 2500 each Heavy guaranteed Silk and Satin linings Robespierre effects or plnln tailored 650 CHIFFON WAISTS These new Chiffon Waists are leaders In fashions realms admir able models exquisite new color ings Into stlo details dress ef fects each 650 Tho inclination this season is to fine filmy effect Waists for real dress these are some of the newest ideas SPECIAL VALUES Gray mixed hair switches A number of remarkable special val ues me offered as low as 295 and otners aio priced all the way up to 2000 Transfot mations that ordinarily retail at 5 and 0 are offered at 295 special for this week There Oare many other special bargain PROVERBS BY THE WAYSIDE Oe growlerB huB got ez much right ter de wor...

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. — 25 October 1912

-7 4 1 -Al ra ltta2 rams PI JFI i 1 1 a ffi IAJ K j 3 r v f I n U C H 1 iY It in ww HOME HAPPENINGS Democratic meeting In town hnll Bnturday night No torch light parades or red Are this campaign Tho West Main street resldenco of Hugh Stuart Is helng painted Monday was likened unto ono of those raTo days In Juno you road about A son was born last Friday to Mr and Mrs E J Justice who reside near Knaufvlllo A stated communication o Argus Lodge P A M will bo hold this Friday evening A daughter was recently born to Mr and Mrs Frank Sclianf who re sldo north of tho village Mrs H J Dickson with Mrs M Klmerlo associate hostess entertained tho Stltchery Club Tuesday afternoon Tho Wlmodnughsis Club held Its regular weekly meeting at the home of Mrs H L Sonnedeckor Tuesday evening Several public spirited business men on Broad street have placed gas lamps so that tho street Is fairly well lighted al night There will bo great doings In Canfleld Halloween The cornet band Is In charge of the affai...

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. — 25 October 1912

MB - r s i 5 W 9 vx m fa fc Lrx v Jt U t - 1 vt 1 raTW v5 WOULD CLOSE UP JOHNSONS CAFE CHICAGO CITY COUNCIL CON DEMNS BOASTS MADE BY CHAMPION PUGILIST Chicago Oct 23 Tlio city council nroused by the reports of his de praved degraded and Immoral con duct and of the slurs which he has cast on Chicago womanhood unanimously Adopted a resolution recommending that Mayor Carter Harrison revoke the Baloon license ot Johnsons 80000 Cafe De Champion 41 West 31st st The resolution drawn by Alderman Ellis Gelger pointed out that John Bons boasts of his ability to get any woman ho wanted was an Insult to the womanhood and a challenge to the mnnhood of Chicago and recommended that not only his license be revoked but that the city council see that he was prosecuted on the white slave and all other charges pending against him The resolution was passed by a viva voco vote while the crowded galleries cheered The resolution In part fol lows Condemns Pugilists Boasts Whereas It has been reported In the...

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. — 25 October 1912

f K m - L SK IIS 1 1 ft 1ft II l life Hi I IKiK ISRE 1 1 fife tw ra i m ws I mt jflZfri II m r - 1 r ft LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Rabbit anil quail Benson opens Nov 15 Viml closes Dec 5 Night schools must bo provldod Jfor Alllanco pupils who cannot attend achool during the day -Valuable hunting dogs In Lisbon have been poisoned the past week and their owners are wroth over los ing tholr pots Thomns Hawkins 72 years old died In Newton Palls Monday morn ing of cancer funeral services were held Thursday afternoon Conductor Edwnrd Madden of the NHes Lisbon passenger train has moved his family back to Youngstown after residing In Lisbon for a year Friends of David Wunderlln of oungstown for many years a real dent of East Lewlstown will regret to learn that ho Is now confined to bis home with asthma and Geo Griff of Warren crazed by liquor chased his wife around the house with a razor Sunday morning threatening her life He was landed In Jail charged wtlh as...

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. — 25 October 1912

hi X IU 1 ft n MA Wh fwsFf wf C C FOWLER CANFIELD JUS JBTi I8SUEO WEEKLY TELEPHONE NO 48 Editor OHIO Entoreh at Canfield Ohio Postofllco ns oconu class matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Yoar 100 Six Months 60 Threo Months 25 Blnglo Copy 03 SPECIAL NOTICE Obituary Notices llcsolutlons of lle pect Cards of Thanks and notices of church and charltabla entertainments and the like wlicio an admission feo Is charg ed will bo charged for at the rato of one half tent a word These must be paid for In advance or charged to sponsible parties ordering the same FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 1912 Thoy are lining up for the battle of ballots a week from next Tuesday Candldntcs for office are going fine as thev come down the back stretch Next week tho racing will bo fast and turlous to be first nt the wire Col Roosevelt Is now at his home In Oyster Bay having gone there Monday from the Chicago hospital His wound Is healing rapidly and ho expects to be on the hustings next week to make a whirlwind finish of his -...

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