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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 13 December 1912

M V J I 4 4 m Y M VA i f S- 4 7fo vtss - i - - Y JOB PRINTING ORDER8 Sent to Tho Dispatch receive prompt find careful attention Whon you neod printing why not send tho order to us Terms 100 a Tsar yOL XXXVI I WASMNGT0NV1LLE LOCAL tGLEANlNGS Peter M Herold A L Taylor Editors Geo McClun of Island was In Youngstown Wednesday Both Sunday schools arc practicing for Christmas entertainments Miss Anna Holland of Sebrlng was with her mothor hero over Sunday Jamos Sklllcorn of YoungBtown spent Sunday at the Cottage notel Mrs S C Wilson and daughter Epha spent Saturday In Youngstown Robert Dawson of Salem spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Robert Balrd MIbb Freda Pauley and Jennlo Max well wero in Youngstown Wednesday MIsb Mary Dalrd entertained Miss Agnes Miller of Youngstown a few days Mrs Fred Barton of Salem Is visit ing her grandmother Mrs Marlon MclntoBh who is ill J D Felcht of Locust Grove was in the village Tuesday looking after the business of tho farm Falluro of tho Erie passenger en gi...

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. — 13 December 1912

ta I i El If- I I 1 E IS Ift V V r - HM j WTT TS w sySt rr T Just 10 More Shopping Days Till Christmas Youngstown Ohio MILTON Dec 11 Mrs Jennie Eckis of Jack son isthe guest of Mrs Frank Eckls this week Joseph Osborne was in Youngstown Thursday Shurl Orr was in Jackson Friday Mr and Mrs Harmon Van Winkle of Mount Union visited friends In this vicinity this week Win Creed was in Youngstown Monday A meeting of the Milton township board of trustees was held Saturday afternoon Ephralm Klingeman was in Jackson Friday Edward Craig Is working In Youngs town Mrs Frank Eckls was In Jackson Friday Mr and Mrs S C nose visited Mr and Mrs Frank Eckls Thursday Miss Bertha Reed called on Mrs Charles Fenton Monday The Milton board of education met Monday evening An election will be held in Milton township tho last Saturday in Jan uary next to decide on a bond Issue of ten thousand dollars to macada mize the center road from the Jack ton township line to the center of this jtownshlp PATMOS Dec 11 Ja...

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. — 13 December 1912

f 1 HOME HAPPENINGS Holiday shoppers aro active Next wcok brings tho short days of tho year Uso Red Cross seals and thus aid in tho fight against tuberculosis Many peoplo In this locality aro suhcring from sovoro colds akin to grip Tho Girls Club was pleasantly entertained lost Friday evening at tho homo of MIbs Eva Evans Tho mooting of tho Mens Club announced for Friday evening has beon Indefinitely postponed DrugglBt F A Morris reports that tho demand for Hod Cross Bonis far exceeds that of last year Peoplo generally aro using them thus help ing along a numt worthy cause C C and C H Neft have pur chased a now five passenger taxlcab and It will bo In Bervlco soon between Canfjeld and Youngstown Charles Krlner will have chargo of tho car Tho Dispatch wants the local news If you have a personal social Item bc note birth death etc wo would be pleased to have you tele phone or got to Tho Dispatch office Long lines of vehicles on Broad street every day Indicate that Can field merchants ...

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. — 13 December 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 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 13 December 1912

1 iir T 1 i fc 1 It candy makors had to depend on men consumers Instead of upon Cupid end tho kids thero would bo groat allures In saccharine circles but there Is ono time of tho year that my masculine sweet tooth asserts ltsolf and theri Instead of yearning for tho chocolate cream confections or tho fruit dips It clamors for a big bag of mixed candy right out of tho bar rel I admit It 1b a plobelan taste that tho candy Is mostly gluo and flour Jumbled to cult tho tasto of tho adolescent but somehow I cannot feel that I hare rightly celebrated Christmas without this bag of candy When I waB a boy this Is tho sort of candy we got and the taste waB early acquired And what a lot of antici pation thero was In eating the stuff anticipation because when you stuck your hand in tho sack for a sweet bit you never knew whether It would como out clutching a lemon drop a i caramel or a peppermint And too the candy was cheap You CHRISTMAS FOR TWO By AGNES HOWARD BUTLER I Ol Ft W sK A 1 1 MALL 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. — 13 December 1912

j II mtiM4Mdi 8C OlZ Ift MtffiMW lliliWlHiiiii hi iiT i aTl i MAiikr - W ac ac Li vi K j19r 7 rl 1--1 iissfsrrr in ac ac W ao The Lonely Heart ao t am tlrod of being bravo besides It does not pay Mrs Grant lookod at the speaker with asfonlshmont What she stammered Just that replied Jennie Carson I was taught to hide my sorrow and troubles to make light of thorn toj keep a bold front to the world and have my moans out by myself It Is all wrong Henceforth I shnll cry aloud In the streets and demand a llttlo sympathy and comfort from my friends She laughed but her voice quivered and a mist camo over her eyes The older woman sat down as If her knees had given way beneath her Go slower she said Why I havo boen tolling people you wore busy and happy and full of your own ro eourcos Exactly even you Yesterday 1 turned oVor a now leaf I went call lng and In the midst of a funny story let fall a parenthetical remark that I had been very unhappy nil summer ended my story and took myself off le...

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. — 13 December 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 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 13 December 1912

M jJ xms bssssssssIbssHw5kivf MOLTKE ACCEPTED THE FEE Oeoaslon Whan Great Though turn German Soldier Must Have Pelt Like Laughing Sidney Whitmans book Gorman is full of Interesting Komorles orles about Prussian statesmen sol Idlers artists and wrltors Hero are two Moltke paid ropeatod visits to his jnophews villa and it was there that droll Incident occurred under the ahestnut trees of tho plcturesquo gar jdon One day a strangor looking over ithe garden railing saw an old man jwhose well worn straw hat scorned to betoken tho gardener They say that Moltke Is on n visit hero Could jyou toll tno sir whether It might be possible to catch sight of him Tho old man replied that If tho gontlomnn would como again In tho courao of the afternoon ho might perhaps seo JMoltko In tho garden In his joy tho t ranger tendored a mark to the com jmunlcatlvo gardener who promptly pocketed It Tho strangers conster nation may well bo Imagined when on jhts return In the afternoon ho bo neld tho ldontlcal ...

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. — 13 December 1912

U r t 4 A vWTt AS GOOD AS BANK CERTIFICATES HERE ARE ONLY A FEW OF OUR PREMIUMS CARPET SWEEPER Free Premium With 3500 in Trade CHILDS HIGH CHAIR Free Premium With 1000 in Trade tzsF III MM NURSERY CHAIR Free Premium With 500 in Trade i - a b Childs Folding Table Free Premium With 500 in Trade jKDjTnlr r dhU PUNCH SET Free Premium With 3000 in Trade Something Special See Our Window ALARM CLOCK Free Premium With 500 in Trade TOILET SET Free Premium With 5000 in Tradb O0THE5FOR MENVfflOKNS Vvi V1 Sv A few of our 15 premiums 25 piece Dinner Sets Fish Set Game Set Berry Set Lemonade Set Hammocks - JJjl v J V iT ADVANTAGES -ok J Jl Kf Ji t l THE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY DECEMBER 13 1912 A few of our 20 premiums Fancy Chocolate Set Gold Table Set Water Set Berry Set Wine Set Meerschaum Pipes Mesh Bags LARGEST INDIVIDUAL PREMIUM DEPARTMENT in the STATE PREMIUM DEPARTMENT IN OUR STORE PREMIUMS ALWYS ON HAND NO WAITING BETTER MERCHANDISE FOR LESS MONEY PREMIUMS ABSOLUTELY FREE V saBMasaaa wii...

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. — 13 December 1912

K M 0ULDNT SEE THE HUMOR i ffltgllahwoman Nobly Upheld Tradi tion of Her Raoa When a Witty Remark Wat Made Thero wero throe Americans In th t party four Scotchwomen and one aho was English and they woro hav ing tea one rainy nftcrnoon In Edin burgh Ono of tho Americans had lhanged tho subject of conversation from humor to golf Sho had gracious ly agreed with tho Englishwoman that it was qulto too absurd to say that English people were slow to boo a Joke Sho had oven with no effect of perjuring herself admitted that tho ptogllBh mind accepted light and friv olous remarks in a thoroughly light i ad frivolous spirit She had bocn most ngreeable and then she began to talk as every American who goesi to Scotland must Booner or later be gin to talk on tho nvldtty with which i the Scotch played golf In the rain 1 have been in Edinburgh sho aald for two weeks It has rained very day for 13 days The Brunts Held links look llko a lake And yet there are peoplo playing golf there there have been ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 13 December 1912

Onsxm V TWO POPULAR AUTHORS I Im very fond of reading Ive been bo all my days My mind Im always feeding I In this the best of ways ffh lamp may be near burned out I But I just read right on fWhen I find something turned out By Ibid or Anon Thelr names sound Greek or Persian i They may be older still For Intellects diversion Each want they fully fill What fonts of Inspiration i Alley iihu in utiya uKoum Jl busy occupation 1 Had Ibid and Anon and science rhlloiophy Astronomy and verse Lines breathing of defiance j Of blessing and of curse Froao pertly paragraphic 1 Word pictures deftly drawn X read with mind seraphic l From Ibid and Anon I They may have been Egyptians Phoenicians Israelites We have not their descriptions These literary knights But wide their range of labor They wrote from dusk to dawn lAH mankind Is the neighbor i Of Ibid and Anon I Strange that among the famous Their names are not engraved Whon many an Ignoramus To future note Is saved Lets have their statues gilded ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 13 December 1912

tt a V v tt t p l I T rrLIJWSR851 HANK God for tea What would the world do without IteaT How did It exist I am glad I was inot born before tea The gentle fair on nervous tea relies While gay good nature sparkles In hei eyes SUNDAY EVENING TEA There are some people old fashioned enough and who come from the old New England stock who prefer a bow icf mush and milk to any other supper ifor Sunday night For those who are not so practical and wish to serve a tnore palatable supper the following may prove suggestive Cream Lobster on Toast Make a well seasoned white sauce using cream Instead of milk remove from the Are and add finely flaked lobstei nnd a dash of paprika Serve on ob jlong pieces of toast Any fish could be used for this dish and would per jhaps bo more digestible For a pretty salad cut small totna Itoeu down the outside to resemble a flower Serve with chopped celery nuts and mayonnaise For a simple supper dessert there is nothing niceeJhan sponge cake with jfruit It may be s...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 13 December 1912

ft l1 N 0 h t I J s tt I i l K v i e LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathored In Town County and Neighborhood Sixteen page Dispatch today Tho Dispatch wontB every Item ot local nows friends Dont let any thing ot Interest get away from us Ono suggestion Is that Ohio place a tax on bachelors and business In tho probate courts may be oxpccted to boom at onco Smith grango will meet Saturday afternoon at Snodes Oillcors will bo eleoted and a pleasing literary pro gram will bo presonted Developments phow that tho plun dering of five Nlles stores was done by three boys only 9 11 and l years old That is getting Into tho crooked gamo mighty early ChaB Williams and John Hose NIlcs boys 16 years old were jailed In Warren the othor day charged with robbing B O camp cars of Jewelry The Juvenile court paroled tho lads during good behavior It Is strongly hinted that James Kennedy editor of the Ohio Patriot will bo Lisbons next postmaster His selection could not be Improved up on Tho Dispatch hopes later on to An...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 13 December 1912

f iv u 1 u 4j f v if - nw latfK t VKM i V W f Nefr Brothers have purchased joon be in service between Canfield nd Youngstown Charles Kriner will fee in charge of the car Do your travejing in comrort during the win jer Adv Dill R federal Young Jeweler at 20 W 1 t Panning ispatc ISSUED WEEKLY p C FOWLER Editor JCANFIELD S dHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Entcid at Canfield Ohio Fostofllco as eoond ilass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Tear 100 Six Months CO Three Months 25 Blnglo Copy 03 SPECIAL NOTICE Obituary Notices Resolutions of Re aped Cards of Thanks and notices of church and charltablo entertainments and the like whero an admission fee Is chatg ed will bo charged for at tho rato of one half cont a word These must be paid for In advance or charged to re sponsible parties ordorlng tho same FRIDAY DECEMBER 13 1912 SIXTEEN PAGES nvor in Yniincstown they are al ready dlgglhg up candidates for mu nicipal olllces to be niled next year Politics Is a game that Is always going In Mahonings metrolo...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 13 December 1912

M m St r a c rt Is ri VfA m ti n I t i ii I S fl i 6 I 1 1 vL h J 4 I M v REVEALS HORRORS I REFORM HOE -fl CHAPLAIN TELL8 OF ALLEGED CRUELTIE8 AT LANCASTER IN- DU8TRIAL SCHOOL Columbus O Dec 11 Boya at tho Lancaster Industrial school wore beat on with leather straps mado to run around a room and lump ovor benches for two hours nt a timo and if they becamo exhausted two benches were placed togethor and tho lads made to leap ovor them or tako a boating so Chaplain John 0 Schalbley declares In his chnrgos against Suporlntendont F C Gerlach to tho stoto board of administration Tho charges havo just been made public Chaplain Schalbley says ono of the nurses called his attention to cruel ties practiced on tho boys for punish ment Im not going to keep still any longer the nurses told him I cant beep still and lot such things go on I hopo you will report them to the proper authorities Tho things they do to tho boys in tho correctlonary cottage are horrible Boys Beg to Be Let Up I have seen ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 13 December 1912

ffcSWVSA i r t i y if r r -v iiSuilLi ESiSP NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS I The next Ohio state fair will bo held at Columbus September 1 to C Dispatch readers will do well not to overlook the Tioliday advertising in todays paper You can lawfully kill wild duck or geese providing you can find them until Dec 31 inclusive A Wisconsin man who had juat won a jackpot dropped dead before he could rako In the chips That is what wo call hard luck Onions are not so strong In price up In Geauga county when a year ago they sold ror bu cenis per uusuei Now they go at 35 conts One million cigars have been chipped from Tampa for the Christ mas trade Is it possiblo that Christ mas cigars originate that far south Tho Washington Herald says Let ex presldents alone All right but we Insist that tho ex presidents oball leave us alone too nnd they havent been doing it A Washington doctor says wo aro approaching the day of tho bald-headed woman It strikes us that tho sis ters have anticipated such possibili ties and...

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. — 20 December 1912

7TO il J i 1 J V f 1 h 11 If Ik kS f v iw RuMBS Trms L00a Yaar OL XXXVI WASHINGT0NV1LLE LOCAL tGLEANlNQS Poter M Herold A L Taylor Editors Merry Christmas to all Dispatch readers v Dr C W Cpwan was in LlBhon and Youngstown this week paying his taxes U B Maxwell is supplying this town with Christmas trees from Pine Hollow Mrs John jSchaffernocker has Ja severe attack of tho grip with heart complications Miss Mary Marshall teacher of Jor ey Ridge school has been at home With mumpB for a week John Carroll had some White Ply mouth Rock chickens on cxhlblton in Youngstown la st week Miss Emma Tourdot and lady frlond from Canton spent Sunday at tho 2 homo of Joseph Tourdot and wife h Our Main Street Is In better condi tion by the otllngs than are many i paved streets with less dust and n noise Tie Lutheran Sunday school will give 1thelr 6ntertalnment Christmas eve audi tho Methodists Christmas night Mrs A Jr Avery and son Farrel of Youngstown are visiting at tho home of ttheirparents Mr a...

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. — 20 December 1912

w yr- K i i Cr ff f w mrmm r s B mmsmm P rWwSH Just 4 Mora Shopping Days Till Christmas Youngstown Ohio Italian Shooting Affray Steubenville An Italian boarding house near Rayland resembled a sham bles when two factions who attended a keg fest got through fighting Augustina Parco was shot through the heart and killed Tony Parco was shot through the chin Three others were seriously cut with knives The interior of the house was wrecked The men had no alternative but to fight as an Italian with a revolver guarded the door In another shooting during a quarrel over the matching game of ching Indulged in by Italian gunmen one man was fatally shot Jim Fallucco was accused of unfair ness in the game and the police say Emilio Pace held Fallucco while An tonio Pace shot him in tho head Bread Recipe Wins Husband Dennison John Evans and wife have Just returned to their home near Dennison after a honeymoon In the south previous to which they had been married because of Evans taste for bread Evan...

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. — 20 December 1912

IT VI iMMIIlH MKffiMKJiMiMll iHoW in doso busy wukln day leys clmnecd do Ocrlptcr fashions An you neednt look to mlrakuU to fur nish you with rations Wow when yous wantln loaves o bread you sot to fro an fetch cm For you can put It down as sartln dat do tlmo Is long gone by When BnRBngca an tatera uso to rain out ot do sky Undo Remus CHRISTMAS CANDIE8 Tho homc mndo candies aro so much fcnoro wholesome especially for tho littlo pcoplo that everybody should know how to prepare a fow kinds Butter Cups Boil a pound of gran ulated sugar with a half cup of water nd a tcaspoonful of butter flvo min utes add a fourth of a tcaspoonful of cream of tartar and boll until It hairs hen add a tcaspoonful of molasses nd pour out to cool Have a pound ef fondant previously prepared flavor with vanilla and roll out Into a long trip When tho cooked sugar is cool enough to pull place a long piece on tho fondant and fold two ends togeth er gently rolling into a long narrow trip Cut up into email pieces w...

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. — 20 December 1912

u s 1 I r w f i II if fcfrii r fcs C f of r i 1 tt H EJ f I I r fft i LiM IMP fcl li i ft f Ki Ft i K j w vi H t r L a if i j 1 WrlS W I 31 W i Office Hours litrlng in a very friendly neighbor hood I found that often during the WMk I was delayed In my work by a back door visit or a rengthy tele phone call Accordingly I proposed to several that we adopt office hours tor our work and permit no Interrup tion during those hours writes a con tributor to Harpers Barar The Belghbors saw the wisdom of this plan dad we have followed It with very gratifying economy of strength and Quite 8o I beg your pardon sang out the convict as the governor passed his MIL W CMOrcs aoOd OoM Band Rings wamuttod tbtaiaala only no CtiVreos solid Gold Bet nines warranted poly Mo JjApX t Mens solid M4 Slfaet Bines eri era frae Btnilaff atlrer Katr rasa is sad riwsii7ar Bold FUlad Ue ractasta with CJC J9CJC B w fjadsas JEbeay Maaloara Cats fUa feeek aad katfo Sto Cold FlUad Ixtcfcats olid 3M Mfaei dtlck Ma 91M Kn...

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