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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 30 April 1909

Li A yvpFF qEeBBtl Zf ton Falls was hold up by tnrco men waymon Sunday night threa mllos ifrom home and robbod of 851 and a igold watch Romp and play boyB and girls There never will como again tho care froe time of youth whon you can get out and Btub your toes and tlcklo your ifoet In tho grass Columbiana high school commence ment will be held Thursday evening May 18 Dr Thwlng of Cleveland will give the address and a chorus of SO volcos will furnish music baocalaureato sermon to tho graduating class of tho Mineral Ridge school will bo preached byjlev O E Henry at tho Christian ohuroh at the Ridge next Sunday night Engineer J B Btrawn of Salem has completed the Burvev for the good roas improvement in ramwunu lunuouf Roads will be built north and east to conneot with Jackson and Canfleld pikes Ira Hassler of Nlles formerly of Canfleld who was badly injured in a street oar nooldent some weetts since 1b able to ba out but will not be strong enough for some time to reBume hlB work as oon...

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. — 30 April 1909

4e momng gbpa IMSinKI WEEKLY c c fo writes OANtflfcLD O tfi VXlltor OHIO ilephonb no ao TEBMS OP StJBSCmiPTION Ter Months ytooo Monthi BlntlaCOpy CD3Un tabacrlptiosi J1J0 1100 60 25 OS SPKOIAT NOTICE OMtunry HoUcti Roiolntioni of Bttpcct Cn di K Thtnki mJ notice of eharoh nd charitable n MrtKlamtnti find the like whert an admlstion fee F Prwa will to charged for at the rnto of one fcalf rat a word Iheie muit be pall for In ad rsnce or ohirged to reiponiible parties ortlariag ffRIDAY APUIL 30 1909 TWELVE PACES Be a booator all the Utno ot tho locality la which youtMot 1b cast Comb now winter plsy fair and no return engagements Llttlo Willie x to got buBy In his garden This everlasting grind But then not many of us aro making strenuous efforts to got away from it for that long jeeason ot rest we read about k t Iff State supremo court holds that Judge Molcalf of Geauga county Is to remain on the circuit court beach which leaves Judge Hoyt of Ashtabula Got parmone appointee out In tho c...

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. — 30 April 1909

I IT A SAVINGS ACCOUNT is an advantage in more ways than one It is a reserve for the rainy day and times of de- pression K Ilia capital to use when you see a good busi ness opportunity It is a good place for idle funds awaiting in vestment In the Savings Department of this Bank your savings earn FOUR PER CENT compound in terest We invite your account whether large or small The Farmers National Bank Canfield Ohio GAP SHEAF FLOUR A First Class Winter Wheat Flour at only J50 per sack JOHN DELFS SONS Near Eric Depot Medical Assurance Baphead Doctor If I was to lose my mind would I be aware of It myself Doctor You would not notice the difference nor would any of your friends Must Obey Papa He If you refuso me I shall go out and hang myself to the lamp post in front of your house She Now George you know father said he wouldnt have you hanging around here As She Is Spoke Izxy you come by the house In No I dont Yes you did Why did I The Little Things Whats the matter over there The sword sw...

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. — 30 April 1909

I 1 V Sfe mZ vtSR8F X Si ffitf How to D t raw a vioose By following the lines in the ac companying Illustrations any of onr bright boy and girl readers can pro duce a perfect picture of goosey gander Get busy -with your pencil and see what fun It is fT l v 1 I rt f i I 8 i K i i it y j i I A V V S i it I I v U i i V Aii V I Yv l y 1 I k i A v IN v K7 7 r sttA i A Pine Idea In several townB In Canada the school children have organized what they call the nemember Club They go up or down a street and count the houses or the telegraph poles in so many blocks They look Into show windows and take notice of things dlsplajed They count the number of children at school or Sunday schoql They count all the white or black horses they see in a day or week They look at people on the street and try to remember how they were dressed They take notice of ever thing going on and then meet of a Saturday afternoon and compare notes The boy or girl who remembers the most is giv en a prize of a boxof cand...

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. — 30 April 1909

THE BUCKEYE RECORD P A GRI8T OF NEW8 FROM VARIOUS 1 CITIES IN OHIO STATE CAPITAL CULLlNGS Columbus Apr 28 Following are among the decisions handed down by the supreme court Sol I Sehwarz vs Joseph Pesta Cuyahoga county judgement affirmed the C It D Railway Co vs Harry Frye Allen county Judgment atTlrmed Former Congressman John J Lcntz has filed a petition in bankruptcy In the United States court scheduling liabilities of 87082 of which 13300 Is secured and assets of 20645 Most of the liaballties resulted from actions growing out of business deal- blngB Tvlth former Gov George K Nash Judge Tod B Halloway secretary to former Gov Herrick and others Inter ested In the United States Wringer Co -which failed 15 years ago These three men were held for most of the companys debts The- Central Passenger association will ghe no reduced rates over Ohio railroads at the time of the state fair In September In a letter to Secretary A P Sandlcs of the state board of ng xlculturc F C Donald of Chica...

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. — 30 April 1909

T lt H f i FfKL H Sfc4 rTY J oQo 2 1 m id RftYC Awn rroi 1 2 060 g SWEET SISTER Peter Btood speechless befo e a panorama of brilliantly vivid clrcns posters which decorated the broad fence for nearly a olock Peters artistic Instincts were aroused and vibrant from the strain upon them He thought he had never beheld anything so beautiful as the pictured lady careering through the air like a cannon ball of laoe and tinsel As fo the man strapped on the backs of two mad horses who were apparently tryng to tear him limb from limb Peter felt thrills of admiration trickle down his spine at the sight He sighed blissfully Hello Bubby said a man who had been watching him with a spec ulative eye going to the circus to morrow T Peter shook his head and straight ened the milk pitcher he held so that the stream that had been lssu ng from It no longer meandered down the leg of his abbreviated pants Would you llko to continued the man Insinuatingly You bet said Peter emphati cally Well I want a boy ...

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. — 7 May 1909

V 11 h A Twms 10paTar FftyflBflHkdH 11 TMEIHAONINd DISfcATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS VOB xxisin I WASH1NQT0NVILLE LOCAL By Peter M Herold - Th fields itrtve In vsln to look guy Whett Pecembei its pleatant as May Milk baa been reduced to 5 eta a quart MIsb Lyflla King waa In Youngatown Saturday James 0 Welkart ia serving en the jury In Lisbon David Griffith of Franklin Square bss located In St Louis Mo JReVi Kaat attended dry servlcoa In Younefatown laat Sunday Master John Masao an Italian boy ia laid up with typhoid fever J D Wooda has been laid up with rheumatism the past week MlasEpha Wilson is pianist at a mov ing picture show In Leotonla My diary for the past three years re cords Btiowa In May eaoh year T C Fltzpatrlck and wife of Salem Tlaltedrelatlves here this week The track at the Erie depot baa been cleared of rubbish and looka bettor The Bummervllles have sold their hunting dog to Lisbon parties for 80 Our village band has received the music for some patr...

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. — 7 May 1909

It K a a - jy v v V A I All That Sold Up to 3000 for 1850 As is pretty well known by this time judging from the enormous number we have sold we have the exclusive selling for Youngstown of the famous Printzess Tailored Suits known throughout the United States as the most correct models on the market indorsed by the leading modis tes in all the large cities for original lines in bust and hip effects also true fitting For this sale we offer the unrestricted choice of any of these Tailored Suits in our store that sold up to 30 in the height of the season too Ready d I Q Cfl for Every Need Sale price CJ OUU Gingham Aprons 10c The public remembers our past sales of Aprons and how quickly they were picked up The end of the first day generally found them all sold Heres another one for next Saturday Gingham Aprons fast colors variety of patterns Bull sizes worth 29c Ready for Every Need iq Sale price jj 10c Percales Will Go For 7c Not a great many of these perhaps it would be wise for you t...

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. — 7 May 1909

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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. — 7 May 1909

IK it h Helpful Beauty Hints A Typewriter Tell How She Keeps Erect and Her Neck from Sagging A Tight Cellar Falal to a Eeantifnl Throat Valuable Sanitations By One Who Knows How do I keep my back straight and my neck from sagging said the woman who spent hours each day at n typewriter I write with my chest up and my eyes turned celllngward I never allow myself to stoop sit ting well back on my chair to make the erect position possible and when ever I do not have to look at my copy I throw tho neck back When taking dictation It Is quite easy to keep the head up and I ar range my notes on a rack on the level with my eyes Naturally I use the touch system so the keys need not be watched Often when working In a room by myself I twist my head and take neck stretching movements while writ ing to fight off the double chin and sagging throat muscles that are so common for women who sit at a desk or piano much The way I happened to think of combining neck development and work was by watching ...

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. — 7 May 1909

fc - J VF HOME HAPPENINGS J Colnmbianae crack base ball team will be hero Saturday afternoon to play theCanflelda A rood game Is exported Last week the secretarys office on the air grounds was broken Into and the receiver was stolen from the tele phono Thieves recently visited Mrs A E OBborna barn on the western border of the village and carried away 10 bushels f seed oats and a pitchfork Quite a number of Can Sold young people attended commencement In Boardman Tuesday evening and all speak highly of the program rendered Two young ladles made their debut In Canfield early Monday morning The happy parents are Mr and Mrs Frank Bchaaf and Mr and Mrs Fred Eeeohelman On account of wet grounds the base ball game between Nllca high school and the Normal college team arranged for last Friday was declared off An other date will be fixed shortly An apple tree that stood In the yard in front of MIbs Hattle Bonds West Main street residence for more than half a century was uprooted dur irg the g...

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. — 7 May 1909

f P H1 Spreading False Rumors The report circulated to tho effect that the battleship Mississippi had been blown up -while at Qnantanamo Culm and most of her crew were lost which on Investigation proved to be entirely without the slightest founda tion In fact was a very unworthy act says the New Orleans Picayune Just low the report originated has not yet been made clear but that somebody set the rumor afloat whether without thought of the Injury that It would do or maliciously Is not of course known It Is easy for such a report to spread rapidly and secure wide circulation be cause battleships have met with acci dents and there Is therefore nothing unreasonable In supposing that they may meet with similar accidents again A false report of such an occurrence however is nothing short of a crime owing to the large number of people that are necessarily concerned The crew of a battleship ranges from 750 to 950 men the Mississippis complement being 750 officers and men Such a large force ...

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. — 7 May 1909

The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Made from Crapes LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gitfaered la Town County and Neighborhood W A larder a Signal etook buyer had several bones In one hand broken iFrldajr by the klok of a horso The Erie Bummer eohedulo wont In Ho effect this week Tbero Is no change tin the time ol Nlloa Lisbon branch Willis Hudson of Randolph recently rflheared his flock of thirty Merino sheep JThoy gave him an average of 141 lbs of wool per head Tho second and last pupils under tho Patterson law for this year will bo hold Saturday in tho sohool building Youngtown Eight doublo houses at tho abandon cd Cedar Hill ooal mlno near Salinovillo burned Saturday entailing a loss of i33500 on whloh tboro was no lnsuranco Chas Hollobaugh of Now Wator ford indlotod by tho Columbiana grand Jury was placed In Jill at Lisbon Sat urday obergod with non support of his jxilcor children - Fruit ond forost trees nro slowly iaking to tho wearing o tho groon Tho woathor for th...

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. — 7 May 1909

P 5 w I r Br- B9t fTHf ISSUE WEEKLY C FOWLXB - Editor OANFIELD OHIO i i im m y VBUKPHONK NO AS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Rf YMfll MIMIM IIMIII MMfXtCU t JU OB till Mtl M 50 TVO Mfiwtn 25 arlMy -- 03 Canadian lubeorirtlons 1150 SFKOIAI KOTICB Obituary Netlees Resolutions of Respect Cards I Thanks andnetioes ot ohnreh and charitable en- ui tb like where in admission fe charged frill be charged for at the rate of ons II oent a word Theie msit be paid for In ad janee or charted to responsible parties ordering ftsetame FRIDAY MAY 7 1009 TWELVE PACES Dont become weary of boosting Keeping everlastingly at It wine eacoeeB Jn any laubje endeavor Julius Whiting ol Canton to be a candidate for the republican nomination for congress In this district Mahoning county cannot lend ear to his appeal for support white Wf Kennedy Is a candi date for fourth term that is eettlcd The result of th lOCal option elec tion In Jtoft CuUnty wrb not correctly jtlYon In the Dlspatoh last week Too unofficial figures ...

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. — 7 May 1909

rf V r i t v ff- v V n s - it T 4 I A p S fr V Xlf I J J th LIST VOYAGE of the mma isaw By Randall Parrish Author of Bob Hampton of Placer etc Illustrations by Dearborn Mclviil Copyright A C McClurg Co too8 Chapter XVIII Continued 1 have been Investigating the ar rangement of things below Anderson I said In explanation rather odd way In -which the yacht Is cut up Did you know there was a passage leading all the -way aft The boatswain shook his head too urly naturally to answer Well possibly you know whether or not a similar passage leads forward Into the forecastle Theres a bulkhead door over there he returned Indicating by r a gesture a spot concealed by the donkey pump but I dont know where It goes only Its dark as hell It comes out under the forecast sir broke In a coal heaver named Bavis Leastwise theres trap In the deck there with a ladder leadla down Til finish the trip through thon Jor J like to know what Is under my feet when I command a vessel Where 1b the engineer Anderson...

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. — 7 May 1909

foK V i if wF i fi ii r - JM jjK Wp1 jj fijCrST f in 1 1 - jv I IN GARDEN AND ORCHARD points for Cultivation to Insure Good esbii killed P Hellebore Is poison to use berries to K ibests may trees Fits m Wmr Crops M A liberal useof CNMEpnJ the ear en and orcharaaprftifflt Ari Ing M No One Questions It pra uno will go aQgng way toward con- rolling Insect posts and fungous dis uses and helptti Insure1 bitter crofei Bordeaux mixture combined with irsetiale of lead should fee used freely Rm vegetables grapevines and fruit trees Care should be taken not to BDray when the fruit blossoms are fppen otherwise the bees which Stjuen treat 111 be a most satisfactory affi k dew itfieVui worms The most economical way to Rise hellebore Is to mix It with water isna appiy wun a BprsygpuoH ocir iwhlsk broom Teroderltfe used dry when the leaves are wet IH1 11 iltfflrmltJtti I distribute the dry power Hellebore NthmiM nltPAVR hiv frpih whpn straiI nn it deteriorates ft k J The home asparagus bed1 may be...

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. — 7 May 1909

r IN VLISSINGENS ADVICE VERY GOOD FOUR MAXIMS AS A GUIDE TO YOUNG MEN ENTERING BU8INE8S GIVEN BE HONEST IN SMALL THINGS Van Vllsslnger Says that Once He Was Known as Honest Pete Hla First Forgery Was for 2500 Chicago Mar 5 Four maxims as a igulde to young men entering business were given yesterday by Peter Van Vllsslngen the former real estate op eratr whose gigantic forgeries cov ering a period of 20 years were un folded last week Van Vllsslngen is serving a sentence in Jollet prison but la in Chicago trying to straighten out his books for his creditors Some of the maxims are Be honest In small things Do not permit your conscience to become calloused Be enconomlcal and never risk other peoples money no matter how Certain success may seem Once you commit a wrong make restitution Immediately for delay means ruin maybe death Van Vllsslngen said sadly that once he waa known as Honest Pete His -first forgery was for 2600 A clerk discovered this and absconded with all the money Then Van ...

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. — 7 May 1909

f S u M SOME PROBLEMS FOR TEACHERS Following ts the list of questions as prepared under direction of the etate commissioner of public schools and submitted at the county examina tion for teachers May 1 for ele mentary school certificates THEORY AND PRACTICE It Should a teacher cren in tti ele mentary grades dally make preparation for what she is to teachj hy 2 Show the necessity of continued professional study on the part of the teacher What means has the state Prorided to furnish this training f 3 In Its troader significance what s discipline I i What things would you consider la determining a suitable school for jyhlch to apply 5 What matters would you consider in making a school program Explain 0 Enumerate some changes which teaching tends to produce In the indi vidual condition and character of the teacher favorable and unfavorable i The following questions are based on nJlackmars isicmcnU of Sociology Answer any four It Tllc wcia Md 3 normal progress rather than a perfected sys...

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. — 14 May 1909

f r -V J I HJ j L r IT v TyfVi afO 3EAC3rJg jT the mahoninq DISPATCH ADVERTISiNO COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Terms ftl00 a Yar V VOL XXXIII WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter Al Hcrold Hurkl hurkl tbedogido brk Boozeheliterl ire coming to town Soma in rngi and some in jags And few In velvet gowns Saturday was a boozy day How long can II bo stood Ttnn the end lustlfv the means f J O Welkart Is serving on the betlt jury at Lisbon There are Indications of another sa loon locating here soon Seven young men will ride the For esters goat Friday night There promises to bo an abundance of flowers for Decoration day Louis Herrmann of Lorain spent a few days hero with his mother John Gilbert Is home from U S court Jury duty on a 10 dnye vacation Geo Charlton of Poland spent Sun day at the homo of his daughter Mrs Thos Grlndle An oil derrick has been placed In the rear of the Co op store Buy a gallon and see It work Mr and Mrs Chns Orr and daughter of Columbiana visited Saturday at the...

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. — 14 May 1909

fc V l PROFIT SHARING WHAT THEY ARE A Dry Man fe to fall when you lean upon 1U Sap w necessary to the one as to the r ueaver w BONDS a a jtk irfi ir r iii AND THEIR OBJECT From now on wcwill issue them in all departments of this store and with all classes of goods except Sugar and Candy They are given that the purchaser may share in our profits and to advertise and increase our business and as an inducement to have the public pay cash for their supplies One Profit Sharing Bond will be issued with each purchase of 10 cents or multiple thereof not only in Grocery De partment but in our Bargain Basement as well as China Department we will also Issue Extra Bonds as Follows For example instead ofgetting 5 bonds with one pound of Oriental Baking Powder you get 50 Teas and Spices the same way 50 Bonds with 1 pound Oriental Baking Pow der 50 cents 20 Bonds villi 1 2 pound Oriental Baking Pow der 25 cents 10 Bonds Willi I pound Eakins Baking Pow der 20 cents 50 Bonds with I lb Natural Leaf T...

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