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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 25 June 1909

THE MAHONINd DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Terms 100 a Year VOLXXXIII WASHINQTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS dyc By Peter M Hcrold Born Friday morning to Frank Bow ker and wle a son Warren Wilson has painted the sxte rlor of the Cottage hotel The base ball team of New Albany Is holding a festival thlB afternoon Joseph Walnrlght and family of Lis bon visited relatives hore Sunday MUb Mary Fitzslmmons of Pittsburg spent a few days hero with her mother O R Taylor and family of Youngs town spent Sunday with their parents here The mania for stealing chickens ap pears to be In the air and not located In one town nor county About a half dozen of our unmarried young men attended the danco In Greonford Saturday night B D Culp drovo through town early Monday morning with a One lot ot beef cattle for tho Salem butchers The band serenaded two newly marri ed couples in town Saturday night and 4 was added to tho band treasury George Wilkinson of Pittsburg spent a few days hero with ...

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 June 1909

th It P 6 r fivvvvvvvvvtvvvvvvvv Tlio PrtrlvTnclirtrnf fn Vniinnrcfnwn fill in 7 The Correct Corset Tis a conceded fact among all good dress ers that no other garment perhaps adds so much to the figure as does the Corset Frequently the beautiful symetrical lines of an expensive aud fashionable gown are marred by an ill fittiug corset or just as bad a corset not adapted to ones figure The corset department is one of the most important features of this big store made so by the comblete lines full size range reasonable prices combined with Perfect Corset Fitting Our Corsetiere is a prac tical and experienced fitter who will be glad to make suggestions to you as to how to improve your appearance by the aid of a perfect fftting corset An expensive model -may be as ill fitting as a cheaper number Our suggestions may be very valuable to you and will cost you nothing A Special Corset Item Just now we are having a special sale of Bay State Corsets in medium lengths supporters side or front O...

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 June 1909

HOME HAPPENINGS Canfleld 1b to have three new gro cery stores Boost the Normal Colloge whenever opportunity oflera Growing crops hereabout never looked better at this Beason of the year The residence of Mrs Mi V B King on Eat Main street has been paint ed Monday was the hottest day of tho season the mercury registering 90 de grees In the shade The Dispatch force thankB Samuel Rupert of this townBhtp for a large bas ket of choice strawberries Pour plcnlo parties left the village last Friday morning Normalltes In the most part composing the crowds The net receipts of the dinner serv ed by the adlos last Thursday for the benefit of the Normal College amounted to 60 John Martin last week sold six acres of land on South street to W Jar vie Smith olPlttaburg Consideration 1760 Tho Stltohery Club held its annual plcnlo Tuesday afternoon at the Ells worth lake An enjoyable time la re ported Childrens day exercises at the Christian ohuroh have been postponed Dato and program will be given In...

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 June 1909

i 1 I 1 1 With the appreciation of the fine Ms and tie place ot thd drama In life which English speaking folk bare yet to attain Mexico Includes In her na tional outgo support ot the theater and the new budget Just announced calls for 3000000 for a new national theater building says the Boston Her ald Another indication of culture in the budget Is an appropriation o 1000000 for a monument to commem orate the one hundredth anniversary -of national independence There are other generous items for education for extensive Irrigation projects and -for raising the economic conditions of the people But there seems to be lingular indifference to Invasion from Europe or Asia Neither the army nor navy is calling for huge sums How benighted I There are laws in Maryland for the protection of Insectivorous birds and song birds and they ought to be en forced says the Baltimore Sun We can conceive of no man with any pre tensions to the qualities of a true sportsman who would find pleasure In the sl...

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 June 1909

Lr flH L LOCAL NEWS ITEMS lathered In Town County tod Neighborhood Hanorerton home ootalnpf day Aug 18 Monday was the longest day of the year New Lake county court bouse at tPatnesvllle will be dedicated Friday Nineteen train jumper were ar rested Friday in Leavlttsburg by an Erie detective An agricultural course by corre spondence of course begins You znuBt first buy a arm The Fourth of July falling on Sun day this year it will be generally observ ed on Monday the 6th Country roada were lined with au tomobiles last Sunday and dust and gas oline odor filled the air At Cortland Tuesday S O Strick land and wife celebrated the 55th anni versary of their marriage Hustling Nlles citizens have organ ized a boosting club NIIcb Is destined to be a city of considerable bIzo Mrs Elizabeth Sealey a pioneer resident ot Warren died Sunday night at the advanced age of 82 years The 24th annual convention ot Ohio Christian Endeavorere was held this week in Kenton Hardin county New baBket factory at...

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 June 1909

ISSUED WEEKW r C C FOWLER Editor OANFIELD OHIO VHLKPHONC NO 8 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Oa Tear - BU Month -- - 50 ThrM Monthl 25 Blsila 03 CinadUs tobteriptionl 150 BFKOIAI HUTIOK Obituary KotioeiReioIatloni c Rtrot Cards el Think nd netieei of char oh nd ohsrltnble Hrtiinmenti and the like wbet mi admit lion fee eurged will be charred at the rateol one fcali cent a word Theie must be paid or In ad tui or charted to reipomible partlei orderlnc tMiime FRIDAY JUNE 25 1909 According to agreement of tho re publican candidates In this county for common pleas judge in this district the candidate receiving the highest num Of votes at the primaries shall be entitl ed to name all the dolegatea to the con vention The prosecuting attorney of Wood county holds that the owner of a rabid dog that bites a person Is liable for the lull amount of damages resulting from the injury which Includes medical treatment and the person injured may also receive damages from tho county if tho commissioners see fi...

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. — 25 June 1909

STRAWS targer assortment in tlie city Splits 50c to 400 Sennits 200 to 400 Milans 200 to 400 Panamas 500 to 1200 Mexicans 10c to 100 The city of Cleveland lost by a de cision of the supreme court a claim iar 6000 asalnst the county for warding prisoners sentenced to the city workhouse by the common pleas Judges of the county The city brought suit against the commission ers for that amount when they repu diated it The circuit court held against the city and the supreme rourt affirmed the Judgment Methodist preachers of Columbus are praying for an endowed newspa per and are bunting for pious men -with money to furnish the necessary cash They say Columbus is boss-rid- den and they want a newspaper to show up conditions as they see them One of the first things they Bay theyll print is a list of people who own T property and rent it to saloons and I resorts President Digga of the Union Stock Yard Co of Cincinnati and Thomas H Paxton of the legal Arm of Paxton Warrington Seasongood are in...

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. — 25 June 1909

h K I WHO nrugf btttI OUR BOYS anrl T1DI C OKHO0Crt 0OKHO l OKHO The Journey of the Warer Drops By MARION WATHEN Once upon a time there -was a llttlo spring that lived away up on the top of a mountain The water In the prlng bubbled up and some of it ran over the side and went helter skelter down the mountain After a while it thought It would turn back but It found it could not do bo and it had to keep right on its way A little girl who lived upon the mountain saw the water running Along and said O mother see that dear little stream Let us step over It The drops of water heard her and one little drop said to the others Did you bear that little girl talking about uit She called us a stream I won der why she called us that Then they went on their way laughing and playing Once a little boy came along -with a Un pint and got a drink from tho stream and a robin came and dipped Its bill in for a taste too This made the water drops very happy for they were glad to be of use In a little whil...

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. — 2 July 1909

THE MAHONlNd DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS m Terms 100 a Year 3 vol xxxiii i WASHINdTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Hcrold Miss Delia Frederick is Improving Jos Cox lias set out more than 2000 celery plants j Nathan MInner Is visiting bis daugh ter In Olrard John Blaokburn wbb home from Alli ance over Sunday RlngUng Bros circus show mill ex hibit hore next Tuesday The only arrest Saturday night was a quart of Tom Moore In the pocket of an old umbrella Qxer The borne demand for Tourdots strawberries was so great that they had none for shipment Prof J W Moore of the Leetonla schools 1b teaching In the Normal de partment of Mt Union college Isaiah Hlleman and F L StoufTor have completed a stone sidewalk in frOotof Wm Fishers residonce Glen Smedley has been employed Iti the Warren telegraph offloe for two -weeks with prospeotB of a stoady Job If the Baloons already here pay 83000 a year Into the village treasury the peo ple will expect something to show for It 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. — 2 July 1909

h i1 f i r Heres another odd lot of tailored suits in miss es and and ladies sizes Regular 1000 and J15 00 numbers Notice this cut price Were through with the sea Sale price pOiUU 75c Gingham Petti coats 35c The last lot of this number of gingham pet ticoats will be offered at this sale We will have no more Fast color gingham 75c quality Were through with the season Ar Sale price Ulu Ladies Spring Jack ets S375 Limited number of Ladles choice spring Jackets 34 to 36 inches long Satin faced in tans aud grays Sold these lines at 600 to 750 each Were through with the sea son rtn 7r Sale price Cpu U Ladies Spring Jack ets for 100 We only have a small lot of these perhaps twenty five In all La dies and Misses Jack ets Spring models Light mixtures For mer price 500 each Were through the season t Sale price q I aJll Greater Eiclasive Dry Goods flonse EPITOME OF A The Fordyce Osborne Cos Youngstown Ohio WEEKS NEWS Most Important Happen J ings Told in Brief WASHINGTON JEWL Senator Root will ...

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. — 2 July 1909

i 7 A Fowflhi qJilMo I o vJlDSteiCle 1 uJL AND HOW INDEPENDENCE WAS DECLARED 1 A i w N MY young days said urandaunt Mary girls didnt want to go In with the boys to play games Grandaunt Mary shook her head and rocked peacefully look ing orer her spectacles at Qrandnlece Mary who was doubled up In a discontented heap in a corner ot the rose scented veranda It Isnt the games walled Mary disconsolately its a face a Fourth of July race that I want to go in Dear dear child youll get yourself all heated up if you flounce about like that and so you would In a race Well go and see the boys and you caa wear your pretty new white dress com mented Grandaunt Mary calmly with no Idea of further rebellion wlrich she was arousing in her greatnieces breast I dont want to bo dressed up Mary was beginning In a still greater outburst of revolt when she was in terrupted by a new arrival a thin girl with bright blue eyes and bright red hair who dashed around the cor ner of the veranda as if it werent a v...

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. — 2 July 1909

1 M about pouirnr fbofits tVTiy a Iiflzjr Man Makes n Poor Chicken Raiser No business is better than the poul try business provided It is conducted In a business like manner Maybo It it to that anybody can raise poul try but It Is not so that everybody can raise them successfully or prof itably Tes theres money in polu try but a good many people cant Set It out A lazy man makes a poor poultry man So does the man who has fail ed at everything else and takes up poultry keeping because it Is easy The person who thinks poultry breeding for profit Is a soft snap and who has some money to lose only need to Invest It in poultry The most successful poultry men are those who givo their own person al supervision to the business super intendents and general managers must occupy a subordinate station The road to success In poultry keep ing which reaches the goal of profit it not all smooth and level When the road Is most difficult the owner Jumself must drive for personal ob servation is necess...

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. — 2 July 1909

tttltlttttttTtttlll I Mill HOME HAPPENINGS t COMING AND GOING i i Regular monthly meeting of council nokt Monday night J OStarr has sold to W J Smith a lot in Canfield or 8600 Two new groceries opened In Can field Thursday morning TheteBldenceof Mrs Anna Oaborn west of the village has been painted An industry or two should be secur ed for Canfield to help along prosperity The strawberry season which was muoh shorter than expeoted closed this week A concrete sidewalk has been laid In the Christian church parsonage yard On South street More new houses havo been built in Canfield tho past two years than during the previous deoado Ell Rhodes has built a front porch and made other improvements at his Maple avenue residence Contractor W Calhoun has a force of men laying concrete sidewalk on tho couth side of West main street The Bosrdman base ball team came to Canfield Saturday afternoon and de foatei the locals by ft score of 11 to 8 The board of county school exam iners will conduot an ...

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. — 2 July 1909

M 1 B n t ft L ft ft V J t 11 r CONCERNING WITCHCRAFT There s no possibility of a repetl Uon In this country of the witchcraft craze which more than 200 years ago made Salem Mass a very dangerous place for suspects That extraordinary delusion which led to the hanging of many innocent persons seems unac countable to the enlightened minds of the uresent time says the Troy Times Yet that belief In witchcraft still exists Is shown by an Incident In Butler Pa where a woman was charged by another woman a neigh bor with casting a spell over a cow and thus preventing the animal from giving milk This was done said the complainant through witchcraft The matter-of-fact justice of course disre garded the silly witchcraft story though he did hold the accused for plain ordinary assault And proba bly that was as near witchcraft as anything that happened In Salem or elsewhere Vienna is suffering from too many pigeons and the authorities are at a loss to know what to do to mitigate the nuisance The ...

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. — 2 July 1909

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS dithered la Town Coast Bad Neighborhood Dont permit weeds to seed June furnished the hot stuff all tight Apple crop promises to be small in this locality Lisbon will have an athtetlo cele bration nest Monday Oil will be used on the main street of Cortland whioh is macadamized Living from hand to mouth Is not eo bad aB long as both hands are all Out of 26 oil wells drilled in Home worth field the past month 1G are pro ducers Hot weather inoreases the demand for oold drinks and the price of lemons has been advanced During the next three months War- JAT1 tiftnlra will nTnaA Qnni1B at nnrn hut open in the evening for an hour or two Hubbard board of trade is reaching out for new industries and he ohances are that one or two Important factories will be Beoured A new law firm In Warren Is FIIUub Fllllue composed of Charles Fillius formerly of CanQeld and son George recently admitted to the bar Stark county drya think the Canton newspapers are not friendly to their cause bo...

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. — 2 July 1909

rm IfttSUED WEEKJLY C C FOWJMEHR CANFIELD Six Months Tknt Months Editor OHIO UKPHONK NO A8 c Oas JBBM OF 8UBSCHIPII0N Yr ffrMtlftMtVMfttW BVuUOopt i SMM Ions IU0 1100 CO 25 03 BFEOIAL HOTIOB OHtwy NoHoesResohUons of JUrpwt Csrts M Thanks nd doUmi of chorch nnd ehsjitublo n tertainmenti and tha like mhttt An kdmlition fee U ehumi will ba charred for at the rt of one ksJt cent word Theie mait be paid for la ad rase or charged to responsible parties ordering the tame FRIDAY JULY 2 1909 TWELVE PACES Mahoning county villi oloot two members ol the legislature in tho nil JP9lU Bfe a boomer all the time ol the local ity In which your lot is cast Away with the khoikpo Cheerful news comes from Now SJ8 tFJSXZ JLOTX toat muuoy in uuoy in mm ianco from the nations metropolis mon ey is believed to bo tight enough Under tho decision of a New York judge in tho Gould separation case poor Mrs Howard Gould must manage to get along on an allowance of only 100 a day B A JONES will rotlro July 12 as scho...

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. — 2 July 1909

- rviFr - ffw wr4E3 tricv v- wr jt - - - T K4 Over Stock O0F1 - rwBwssKa vvrawwM WHTTt - WE rifw irr v THE MAHONING DISPAlTOH r FRIDAY JUtY 2 1909 Sale BOYS AND CHILDRENS CLOTHING We bought for this season more than double the amount of Boys and Childrens Suits Top Coats and Single Pants we have ever bought for any previous Season We have had a healthy increase iif our Chil drens Clothing business but owing to the late and backward season we find we bit off more than we could chew We realize that the Fourth of July is not yet here and while that has always been a busy time in the Childrens Clothing Dept with us we also realize that we would still have too big a stock left after the season is over and have decided to give our customers the benefit and AT ONCE when you need the goods Commencing at once and until entire stock is closed we will give 25 per cent off on all Boys and Childrens Knee Pant Suits Top Coats and Single Pants and all Boys 3 piece Long Pant Suits up to 18 years ol...

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. — 2 July 1909

1 V 3Ti31 B- V IPSflKllr - itlRf t Uhe JXFrZTJTJrt KJ S Candle Uest t 6 By F A MITCHEU Copyright 1500 by American IVess Asso elation Josh and I were fellow laborers working for Taruier Batbgnte Wo went to lilm when tlie crops were ready to be takeu In and lie liked us so -well tbat when tlio harvest was over ho concluded to keep us for every day work during the winter In the summer Ruth Bathgate his daughter used to bring us out cool drinks and we two young men soon became anx ious for some sign of preference not that either of us had any Intentions toward her It was Just an ordinary rivalry But Ruth was mighty particu lar not to make the blightost differ ence between us When the autumn came on the fod der was In shock the weather getting cold and the logs were blazing on the hearth the farmer and bis family and Josh and I used to sit around the blaze talking and telling yams Tbat was a happy winter for both Josh and me We didnt either of us suspect that we were both dead gone on Ru...

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. — 2 July 1909

hft BE BSj K ftwo XHB BEE MOTH EVIIi Probably the dplasts Wont Enemy And the Easiest to Fight It is more than likely that the bee moth is one of the worst enemies of bees and works more destruction than all the other enemies combined If such be really the case then we can consider ourselves for tunate for there Is a way to overcome this destroyer When you hear a person complaining that the wax worm has killed his bees you may sot him down as under standing very little about bee cul ture The fact of the matter is that all summer long there are plenty of moth millers flying about the apiary seeking a place to deposit their eggs Should they perchance And a colony that has only half enough bees to cover its combs they are ever ready to avail themselves of their oppor tunity and begin immediately to lay eggs in the empty combs In a few days the wax worm hatches and be gin to feed upon the combs and fills the space full of webs The bee moth Is doubtless attracted by some odor the wax bee ...

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. — 2 July 1909

if ir i 1 i ill 1111 i A i A i iliHiiim fPeaifs Awakening H J And o they were married Tlie rain of rice had scarcely ceased to fall on the carriage roof -when Carl Graham leaned forward with a boy ish laugh to kiss his -wife The girl turned her head aivay and put up her hand The man drew hack shocked Not yet she said Do not kill me yet watt until I have told you what you have bought Bought echoed the man Yes bought like any expensive work of art because you had money Tou knew I favored Gilbert and be cause he was poor tales were brought to mo about him to strengthen your euit Absolve me please the mans Tolce broke in I never said one word against him No you were too clever con tinued the rigl relentlessly and you were about to forget It Yes I had almost said the man end continued the girl The things you have done for my family have been almost too numerous to mention You secured my brother his appointment and you helped my father Merely In the way of business bo defended j And yet I...

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