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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 4 June 1909

NEWS HBMMMmi Chinese Method Effective An important factor in the punish ment pt criminals in China is the power of the government to seize members of the criminals family and hoW thm responsible should he e ape few Cfalnataea will gee when ay kaow that their father or mother ar ear relations may be pounced ob and Imprisoned Maayot our eivlzeu are drafting to- J whiek FW KUaeyJUaUey will iitaUy out A Morris OeoJUU irfeoM Hitchcock Is Sartorial Masterpiece WASHINGTON Frank H Hitch cock postmaster general is the sartorial masterpiece of this adminis tration No statistics have been com piled on the number of clothes Mr Hitchcock owns Lost In admiring contemplation of their refined yet fetching splendor few have been able to recall themselves to the mere mathematical aspocts of the splendid procession of variegated vestments Mr Hitchcock is one of those men who -wear their clothes well Ho Is particular that they bo newly pressed and carefully dusted He will stop In the midst of the most ...

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. — 4 June 1909

t I i ft It e REPORT OF COMMITTEE OF YOUHGSTOWlt CITIZENS WHO VISITED MAINE CITIES Your Neighbors Bernard Hirshberg John P Hazlett and Frank L DeNormandie Publish Their Findings On Tuesday evening May 25th there was presented at a meeting of the Busi ness Mens association o Youngstown held lo Exoelslor hall the report of the committee which visited Portland and Bangor Maine to Investigate the work ings ol the Prohibition law in those cities The report ot thla committee was re ceived and a vote ot thanks tendered the committee tor their excellent and painstaking work by thq unanimous vote ot the association The report 1b herewith published for the perusal of tbo voters of Mahoning oounty in ordor that they may see how beautifully this scheme of Prohibition has worked in a state where it is sup posed to have been enforced for more than half a century The attention ot tbo reader is espec ially directed to the article quoted from the Portland Evening Express in which the Mahoning County...

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. — 4 June 1909

ROADMAKING Use the road drag There is No Excuse for Allowing Highway to Become nutty The process of dragging smoothing find planing the road with one of thd numerous styles of road drags now happily coming Into uso In many lo calities Is bo simple and Inexpensive that there s no excuse for allowing ny road to become rough nnd rutty through neglect The split log dras was flrst brought to the general no tice pf the public by D Ward Kins -of Missouri who had previously used one for several Jears on the road3 ad jacent to his home Although drags of many different styles have been ued for years none seem to havo la pressed the road users with their utility and economy as the King split log drag It Is easily and cheaply constructed and consists of the tv o halves of ft ten or twelve Inch 03 eight feet long framed together after manner of n wood rack and drawn Willi the spilt faces to the front along -ea h side 6f the road nt an angle of degrees to the lho of the load thus tirawiug the ear...

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. — 4 June 1909

K k t 4 3 LIVE STOCK - t WEANINQ THE LAMBS feed tho Ewes Well While Nursing and the Lambs When Weaned Lambs should not run with the ewes after November If the ewes are desired to lamb early in the year And this la very desirable as It gives the ewes a rest to make up their growth and puts them through the winter In good condition and brings the next season again a little earlier When the lambs are separated from the ewes It will be necessary to give them A little grain which Is best In tho form of finely ground meal This la wholly used by the lambs and none of It Is lost for want of full digestion There la no more satisfactory way to pnsh the lambs forward for the next j ear than to put the eyes on good feed and so supply the Iambs with plenty of milk of the best quality To feed the ewes well when nursing the lambs adds fully a month to their growth and thus puts them forward for a repetition of the same advance the year following What is thus gained Is worth twice as much as any ga...

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 June 1909

s f r p i i 1 M iTHE MAH6NIN0 DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Terms 100 a Tear VOL XXXIII WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Hcrold COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES held In the Methodist church Tuesday night Btartod two young men and four young ladles of our village high school upon the great Marathon race of life Ben Franklin once said that An in vestment in knowledge always pays the best interest and if this bo true the diplomas presented to each member of the oIbbb by Supt E S Freed is to them a certificate of deposit Eaoh graduate had a good composition and for the most part good memory and fair dellr ory Tne lady members were dressed In white Paul E Sonholser wore the conventional black and Earl D Kllng enimlth wore a nowly mado working suit for which his father presented bim with 25 Elizabeth Simpson was the first speaker and had Shadows for her subject Paul E Senhelsor had Subjunctive Heroes for his theme u Making the Most of Life by Myrtle A Fynes and Our Re...

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 June 1909

1 i kfi v ft it i r r is LTiS Br VI IN ITEMIZED FORM Epitome of the Most Important Events Gathered From All Points of the Globe trtrirtrtrtrtrCrtrtrtrMxttrtt WA8HINGTON NEWS Senator La Follette In a mild speech answered tho attacks made on him In the senate Denunciation and defense of Sen ator La Follette who was absent marked tho first night session of tho senate to consider tho tariff bill Plans for the aerial defense of the United States by the erection of balloon stations along the const have been prepared by Brig Gen Allen chief of the army signal corps Senator La Follette scored the lte publlcan senators for failure to keep the party pledge to revise tho tariff downward The senate voted to reduce the duty on cotton stockings about twenty cents a dozen pairs President Taft presented to Wilbur and Orville Wright the aeroplanfsts a gold medal awarded them by the Aero Club of America PERSONAL E H Harrlman arrived in London from New York on his way to Paris He had been seasick Dr R...

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. — 11 June 1909

J 7 U Watermelons In market The front of the Neil Co store has been painted Choice home grown strawberries in market this week The residence of Mrs Mary Phillips on Maple avenue has been painted The Can fl old union schools close this Friday afternoon for the summer vacation Road conditions In the country the past week have been calculated to die courage automoblllng Many former Btudenta of the Nor mal College are expected back to com mencement exercises next week Next Monday W L Bryeon will take possession ot the grocery recently purchased of M D Renkenberger A son was born last Saturday to Mr and Mrs Christian Kunneman who re side on Turner street in this township Friday evening Argus Lodge No 64S F A Mj will be inspected by D D O M Arnold D Thomas of Youngs town Under a recent adjustment the sal ary of Postmaster Z X Taber of Can- field has been increased from 31100 to 91200 a year 4 The Wlmodaughsls Club held an enjoyable plcnlo laBt Friday afternoon at tho home of Mrs H L Sonne...

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 June 1909

I WHAT LIFTED THE SULTAN One of the most interesting and cu r6ua features of the revolution Is the role played in It by the This singular official an appointee of the sultan himself combines In his person the dual role of chief ecclesias tical dignitary of the empire and cWef interpreter of the sacred law says the Philadelphia Public Ledger Without his fetvah or decree issued In theory after consultation with the ulema or council of great udges theologians and teachers the faithful could not have been released from their alle giance to the sultan and the young Turks would not have dared to at tempt his deposition That they have been able to extort the fetveh from the Shelk uMslam is a testimonial to their power and an evidence of their ability to give assurances to the wise men of Islam that the constitutional program which they have espoused is not In conflict with the sacred law of the Koran The wrecking of four barges of a string of nine which broke away from a tug off the Connec...

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 June 1909

V LOCAL NEWS ITEMS dithered la Town County and Neighborhood Dont overlook the business an nouncementa In todays Diepatch Ohio state board of health will hold its annual conference In Toledo June 17 and 18 Mrs Miranda Btruble 71 years old -died In BrookOeld Friday of Brights disease Warren fair this year will be held Aug SI to Sept 2 one week earlier than Usual Former pupils of the Hubbard high school will hold a reunion on the Bchool grounds July 7 Mrs Mary FaIob aged 70 years was found dead in bed at her home In Wost Farmingtoa Saturday morning Warren and Nlles business men agree thai conditions haye greatly Im proved since Trumbull county voted dry The sixtieth annual session of the Ohto State Teachers Association will be held at Put-In-Bay on June 28 29 80 and July 1 Grist mills in many parts of the -country have baen compelled to shut down on account of operators being un able to secure wheat An Italian from Younpetown on Friday was fined 100 and oosts by May or Naylor of Nlles ...

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 June 1909

I IP sx tn Hi I ml fn fy Stoning ispatcj ISStTEO WEEKIiT 43 C COWIiKR OAKFMLB J l Editor OHIO C VDUKPHONK NO 48 TBRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Mi Month SO Bins la Cow 03 Canadian robscriptloni SLSO C BFECIA1 MOTIOB Qbltntrj Kottoel Reiolntlom of Reifot Cards of Tliankr nd netleei of church ind ehiritabla in- f trtlnmintl cd the like where n ftdmlulon fe Is charred will be charted for at tbe rate of one- ui oeni a worn lceie mmt do raid lor in M raseo or charged to reiponilble tartlea ordering we ime FRIDAY JUNE 11 1909 Weather the past week has not boon of tbe sort to encourage lawn parties and straw hats H C Fiuck and other steel magnates Id Pittsburg ono day last week saw one ot their employes intoxicated Ab a result of this It 1b said an order will be Issued that the 60000 steel employes must sign the pledge or quit their jobs It Is a matter ot regret that the build ing ot good roads In this township is to bo delayed As matters now appear under the decision of Judge Robinson it may bo a l...

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 June 1909

NEWS IN A NUTSHELL HAPPENINGS FROM EVERYWHERH JOTTED DOWN What the World In General Is Doing as Told by the Telegraph Wires thfi loss on the Decatur 111 Ce al Cos plant -which was destroyed by fire is 291500 Insurance 160 000 Plpoman John E Sheeny was kilted by falling timber Bpilng wheat condition averaged 952 per cent winter wheat 807 acreage eown to spring wheat 18391000 rye condition 896 oats 887 and barley 906 This summarlred was the re port of the department of agriculture on crop conditions on June 1 Just Issued Up to May 31 last there wero re ceived by the postofllco department at Washington a total of 69741 peti tions for rural free delivery mall serv ice 16884 of which wero adversely reported upon A total of 40637 rural Toutes were In operation on June 1 Jaet served by 40580 carriers Of the 1G63 petitions pending 583 remain unacted upon John Robinson colored found it easier to obtain employment as a wo man and has passed as a member of that sex for years according to his t...

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 June 1909

a a i Lt tf I I I I jr H w tsa The LAST VOYAGE of the DIM I ABEL By Randall Parrish Author of I Bob Hampton of Placer etc Illustrations by Dearborn Alclvill Copyright A C McClurg Co 1908 CHAPTER XXVII In Which the Treasure Causes Trouble But the men did not forget or cease In their eager efforts to rescue that frozen gold from the grasp of the Ice By this time thoroughly convinced tnyielt that our final preservation of this wdaith would prove impossible I was still far from devoid of Interest In Its recovery and consequently made no effort to Interrupt the work being carried on between decks It was better that the men be busy and their minds occupied than to have them roaming aimlessly about the lecki In discontent now that the ship and weather gave us little occasion for concern Here they vigorously piled the cleaver working In relays of two hours each during the remainder pf the day and night After break fast bad been served we all of us went below to unite our strength in hauling...

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 June 1909

le MAhONINQ DiSpXTCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS farms 100 a Tear VOL XXXIII I WASHINQTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Hcrold Jas Bell la working In New Water ford The Peerless mine Is working every day Mt Union college commencement this week Miss Lest a Bossert was a Salem shop per Saturday Home grown strawberries In market at lOo per quart Corn and potatoes appear to be doing well everywhere MUbbb Epha and Kit Wilson were Sa lem shoppers Tuesday Jacob Boiler Is still quite poorly with little hops ot Improvement Damon Vaughn went to Youngstown Sunday to see his sick cousin Ji L Fltzpatrlck and wife spent Sun day with Mb brother in Salem MIbb Jennie Maxwell entertained the Independent club Friday evening MIbb Epha Wilson wont to Steuben vlllo Friday to attend commencement The pleasant face of Thomas Rich ards of Alliance was seen hero Sunday Bemember Childrens Day exerolsos In the M E Church next Sunday even ing Jobn Mlskimen and wife of Chicago spent Sunday 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. — 18 June 1909

w v 4 4 2250 Also about thirty suits at 2500 which comprises broken lines of staple colors such as black navy brown mixtures etc Worth 2000 2200 and 2500 Summer Needs Sale Price Greater Exclusive Dry Goods House gWMwwiwmmwwwww NEWS OF ft WEEK IN ITEMIZED F The Old Reliable 141 143 West Federal St 1175 What a Muslin List is This 40 Inch unbleached pillow muslin worth 8c 8ummor Needs Solo Plco t 5c 30 Inch unbleached muslin worth Gc Sum mer NoodB Salo Prloa 4Jc Youngstown 0 3 Tfca t vw The Very Fine Tailored Suits Balance of our stock of fincj tailored suits See These 1000 and 1250 Jackets for 250 One lot of Ladies Short Jackets in tans and black Full lined regular 1000 and 1250 kind Broken sizes only h rrri Summer Needs Sale Price CPZiOU 1000 Odd Dress Skirts for 275 A short time will close out this bargain lot of dress skirts Havo thorn in dark colors A few light mixtures mostly flare styles with a ow plaits Broken sizes which Bold up to 110 00 Summer Needs Sale Price 2 75 rs t THE ...

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 June 1909

fi x W i v VL 1 IP I I HOME HAPPENINGS Make war on weeds before they go to eeed Old Glory touch la evidence about the village Monday The strawberry orop promises to be the best In reoont years The residences of S S Porter and John Delfs are being painted Childrens Day exerclsea will be held In the Christian Church Sunday June 27 Telephones have beenplaced In the residences of C E Noll W L Bryeon and Mr Cola CanQeld hs usual will have a first class lecture course of five number 16 coming season Pew visitors td iah field fall to re mark about the beauty and number of trees la the village GraBS In the park and on the strests has been oilt adding much to the ap pearance of the village The Dlspatoh publisher thanks Mrs H It Bocnedeckor for a basket of very choloe strawberries Contractors have started work on the new building at the county Infirmary to take the place of the mens depart ment burned last January Allow no opportunity to pass to boom the Normal college Lot Us all pull togethe...

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 June 1909

i i 8U k It THE RAT A MENACE At the last meeting of the English Society for the Extermination of Ver min Sir James Crlchton Browne stated that as for property damage the rats destructireness cost annually In England and Wales alone fully 75 000000 This Is enough to condemn the rat but It Is not the worst Indict ment against him says the Boston1 Ad vertiser Dr Crlchton Browne laid greater emphasis upon the menace to health which the rat accomplishes by boring communications from drains Into dwellings by gnawing through water pipes and gas pipes by run ning over food with contaminated feet by gnawing at food with filthy teeth by causing loss of sleep and nervous trepidation by carrying dis ease through the mediation of fleas Here In the United States the appear ance of the bubonic plague on the Pa clflc coast was the alarm which Initi ated a campaign against the rat with considerable success It Is probable that this campaign checked the fur ther spread of the plague In Califor nia It ...

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 June 1909

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS dithered la Town Connty and Neighborhood Cherries are rlponlnp but birds are picking most of tbe fruit Theolty newspapers are again mak ing their annual plea for a Bane Fourth of Jaly J B Woodward of Salem has been appointed humane officer of Columbi ana county Salem summer race meeting has been deolared off beouqp tbe classes did not fill At Warren last Saturday 130 suc cessful applicants attended the Patter eon commencement exercises In Mahoning county there are town ships other than CanQeld disposed to blook the building of good roads Tha Brown Mlddleton family reun ion will be held at the homo of Fremont MIddleton near Patmos on Saturday N Mt BBslnger formerly of Calls Is a member of a Canton firm just In corporated to deal In drugs extracts spices soaps etoi John OBrien democrat of Warren has succeeded Albert Hubler republi can of the same city as guard at the Ohio penitentiary Dont let any Item of local news es cape tho Dispatch friends Write or telephone and ...

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 June 1909

i 4 a I v 1 II fe i fa t Ironing ispatej IKSWEI tVEEICJLY C C JFOWXEM OAHPIBLD vkl kfmonh no pit Year- Montis Thrr Montis Editor 7BBMS OF PUBEOniPXIOK Ctnsdlin tabsoriptiom SUO I OHIO xb WC0 60 35 03 AVECIAI MOTIOK QMtiurr Notices Resolutions of Rsrpeet Cards bl Tluuiki and notloes of ehuroh and ohajiubleen tsrutntoenti rni the like where em admit ilon fee ft hariAl will be charted for at the rate of one Sail sent a word Theie matt be pall for In ad tmoo or ebart ed to responsible partita ordering Abtroro FRIDAY JUNE 18 1909 LAY aside tho echoolbooke Stark county Rose local option elec tion has been eot for Saturday July 10 The dry forces in this county will keep up their organization and three year8 hence will make a moro deter joined effort than ever to put the saloon out of business in Mahoning county Not many hours elapsed after tho county Rose local option election until candidates without number were an Bounolng thomBolyoB for Youngstown ity offices Republicans and demo crats ...

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 June 1909

PICKED UP N COLUMBUS ITEMS THAT INTEPEST OHIO PEOPLE GENERALLY News of Buckeye Officials Supreme Court Decisions and a Little Bit of Everything The trustees of the Girls Industrial Home Delaware are having trouble in finding a man of the right experi ence for the superintendence of the Institution to succeed T Frank Dye who retires from that office July 1 The trustees called on Gor Harmon and he informed them that he had no preference for the place and that he wanted the board to make the best selection possible At the annual conference of the state boards of health with the surgeon general at Washington a resolution by Secrefary C O Probst of the Ohio board declaring that the state should have supervision over all abandoned children -was adopted Children de prived of parental support and over sight are wards of the state and the state should control all child placing agencies and provide for state super vision of dependent children said Dr Probst TIiIb is undoubtedly the last most ...

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 June 1909

J IB W 14 KH ri 4 i i j iJ II J IrV A U i V j h i i J The LAST VOYAGE of the DOHA ISABEL By Randall Parrish Author of Bob Hampton of Placer etc Illustrations by Dearborn Mclvill Copyright A C McClarg Co 1908 CHAPTER XXIX In Which We Fight Death I remember distinctly enough the first six days of that boat voyage It ems as it every detail was burned upon my brain with fire I see the faces of the men constantly becoming more haggard and hopeless as they ctared dull eyed and aimlessly out over tbe endless -waste of water to the dan sky We were bo tired of it it bad grown so hateful In Its pitiless vacancy Its dull dreary void It seemed to me that with every re curring dawn those within the boat Appeared older grayer more deeply lined their exposed flesh caked more heavily with the salt spray their limbs cramped from confinement and cold their eyes lu6terleB3 and heavy With despair They conversed with soma effort at cheerfulness at nrst figuring on the speed with which vrt called dividin...

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