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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 23 July 1909

r i LOCAL NEWS ITEMS dithered Id Town County sad Neighborhood A sew Erie depot is being built In Hubbard A brlok pavement from Cuyahoga Falls to Cleveland Is oontemplated Portage county granges will hold a big plcnlo at Mantua park August 3 Always matters of Interest to be -found In the Dlspatoh advertising col umns D B Coe a pioneer resident of Surg Hill died last Friday aged 8G years Ravonna Is making great prepara tions for her old home week August 21 25 and 20 Thoa Huff aged 61 and Mrs Mar garet Flfor aged 68 both of Atwater were married laBt week Automobile touring parties from distant oltles aro frequently seen In tho rural dlatrlots these days When wishing for an automobile also Inolude a wish for the money accessary to keep ono going Industry and thrift Inyonth usually provides a competency for old age practice both while you may Damage Id Trumbull county last Thursday night was great And caused considerable loss The Atwater Sunday schools will hold their second annual picni...

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. — 23 July 1909

J H R 4 1 Of J t K ISSUED TVJEEKJLY 3 C TOIVIiEK CANFIELD Editor OHIO TBUKPHONC NO 48 TERMS OF SUBSCniPTION Out Teaj HOO SliMcmtlii 50 Three Months m 25 Slacle Copy--- 03 Canadian snwariptlons si50 BFKCIAL XOTIOK Obltnsry NotloM Reolntloni of Berpeet Cards rf Ikank and notices o chnroh and charitable en jwtalnments and the like where an admission fee St hirred will be charged for at the rate of one luUf cent a word Theie rnnit be paid for in ad- ianee or enariM to rtiponiibie parties ordering ies time FRIDAY JULY 23 1909 When Aldrioh bumps up against President Taft with his tariff bill he is likely to discover that he has mot a mm his steam roller cannot put out of business Not necessary several days the past week to go chasing to lake or ocean re sorts In search of cooling breezes They hare been right here at home In plenty and to sparo Road Improvement Is the order in Franklin county the commissioners of which havo authorized the expenditure of 1150000 during the next few months T...

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. — 23 July 1909

- I Mr Allen Shale Invites You To Attend Youngstowns Biggest Money Saver Mens Suits 1200 Values Now 800 White Hankerchifs Now 9c I cases of bottled neer and about 10- gallons of apricot cider strong enough experts say to be classed as whisky will be sold at public auction Jn front of the court house here next Thursday by County Treasurer E S Gordin The unusualnesa of the sala lies In the fact that the county has voted dry under the Rose county lOptionlaw The liquor wsb seized in a raid upon a speakeasy at West Jef ferson the owner of which was charged with failure to pay the Aiken saloon tax of 1000 a year Failed to Pay Fine Imprisoned Xenla O David Lane was sent to prison In de fault of paying a fine of 200 and costs for selling beer and whisky in -the pest house Lane was one of the citys councilman but since being de feated for office he has been custodian of the pfest house where ho has dis pensed beer and whisky freely When the place was raided two weeks ago loads of empty beer ...

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. — 23 July 1909

fe FRENCH CABINET RESIGNS Y Premier Clemenceau Taunts M Del casse with Having Led France to Humiliation at Algeclras Hot Words Passed Paris July 21 The Clemenceau cabinet fell suddenly under dramatic circumstances at the conclusion of a Tlolent debate over the naval scan dais extending over several years M DelcaBse chairman ot the Investigat ing commission led the attack upon the naval administration especially during the Incumbency ot M Pelletan Bad M Thomson former ministers of marine But M Plcard who succeed ed M Thomson had promised In the Came of the government to complete a eerles of reforms both In the admin istration of the department and the methods of construction and the cham ber was ready to vote confidence in the government when an incident oc curred which changed a majority Into a minority Old Adversaries Clash Premier Clemenceau who always has been an adversary of 51 Delcasse smarting under the criticism and doubtless over confident of a majority which on July 15 upon...

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. — 30 July 1909

1 rtoKBHSJT 1 t Termss 100 a Year VOL XXXIII I THE MAHONINd DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Wm 5 To the Board of Directors of The Far mers National Bank Canf ield Ohio 5 The undersigned Auditing Committee appointed to make ular examinations of tile bank beg leave to submit the following report S On the morning of July 20 1909 we met at the Bank and during the day made a careful thorough and complete examination of tho Banks condition at 2 tho close of business July 19th 1909 counting the cash examining tho hooks 5 and proving overy item of Resources and Liabilities as set forth in tho statement hereto attached marked exhibit A all of which we found correct as stated I Respectfully submitted 1 ALEX DIOKSON S H A MANCHESTER S Dr D CAMPBELL 2 JOHN DELES S E A ARNOLD RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 28737965 Overdrafts 100 U S Bonds and Premiums 3675000 Bonds Securities etc 4353044 Banking House and Fixtures 563371 Cash and Exchange 5159916 Total 42489396 All at One Pric...

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. — 30 July 1909

k I I F I The Fordycc Oiborncs Cos New Special Feature Dress Skirts Made-to-Measure FOR 100 This striking announcement means just what it says pro vided you purchase the material here No difference in the price either whether silk or worsted it will only cost you 100 for the making Skirts will be perfectly modeled too with the man tailored effects only obtainable by expert tailors and will per mit of the most critical inspection This is at least two dollars lower than the average dressmaker charges and then you have the man tailored models We will have sample skirts made up to show the styles and workmanship This system is now in vogue in the large department stores of the east and is a pro nounced success To more thoroughly inaugurate this system we will begin an introductory DRESS SKIRTS TO MEASURE FOR 100 Silk and Dress Goods Special Sale BEGINS TODAY Stern price concessions will be made on Silks and Dress Goods for this occasion only Such reasonable values as should cause this d...

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. — 30 July 1909

F l HOME HAPPENINGS Oata harvest will be on next week The crop 1b promising Regular monthly meeting of coun cil next Monday night A dog belonging to I M HarrefT was poisoned last Saturday Home grown blackberries are in market The crop la large Quito a number of CanQeld people are camping at the Ellsworth lake The road on Lisbon street Is being given a top dressing of orushed lime stone The telephone company this week distributed now directories among local subscribers The band gave a delightful concert the first of the season In the park Sat urday night A son was born Wednesday after noon to Mr and Mrs R A Brown of Court street J R Taber purohased O O Alia mans property on Court street Con sideration 1900 The Womens Aid Society of the M E Churoh enjoyed a picnic In Idora park Wednesday The Stltohory Club held a picnic Tuesday In Mill Creek park An enjoy able time Is reported On August 9th Canfiold township will sell road improvement bonds in the sum of five thousand dollars The Maho...

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. — 30 July 1909

fc v U li K FIQHTINQ F0RE3T FIRES Fighting Forest Fires Sometimes they do things very well in Michigan As everyone Is aware Michigan like New Hampshire la very solicitous for her forests Again like New Hampshire Michigan Is dis turbed from time to time by forest fires and every loyal Mlchlgander Is expected to prove his willingness whenever occasion may demand to Join his neighbors In fighting those fires says the Manchester Union In fact a Michigan statute specifically provides punishment for refusal to as sist In suppressing a forest fire Never however until recently has It been found necessary to Invoke this statute and then a man was sentenced to 90 days In the Detroit house of correc tion It Is of course conceivable that a rigid enforcement of such a law as that might work severe hardship In some Individual cases For example It would be obviously unjust and In human to Impress into fire fighting service one whose physical condition plainly Incapacitates him 4rom that service or...

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. — 30 July 1909

r -wt -a fT mtimwgEi HOira ii I I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Thef is every protalae of a bumper com crop in this county Read the advertisements In todays Dhpatob and profit thereby Great preparations are being made at Hanoverton lor home oomlng day August 18 It all were able to become leaders who would bring up the tall end ot the procession Columbiana county doctors will hold their annual outing In Willow park near LUbon on Saturday John Allen a Lordstown township farmer 70 years old died Monday night oX heart trouble alter an Illness ot only two days Prol Tom Ank6ny was In Pitts burg last Friday and olosed out a stock of phonograph records with which ho has since been entertaining me popu lace John P Jones will be supervisor of the census for this congressional dis trict Mr Jdnes was formerly state representative and lives at North Law rence Nlles Pesbvterlans have just pur chased for 81200 a lot adjoining their church on which will be built an addi ...

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. — 30 July 1909

- f J tea ISSMED TVEEKJsW C C FOWJMBK 0vNFIELD - On Tear pmonk no jt0aaf Editor TERMS OF SUBSCIUPIION 61c MontuHMHMHHHanssaHHaMn Tnrw Monthi SlatleCopy Canadian ntbsoriptioni 150 E BPKOIAI XOTIOB OHIO 4B -1100 - SO 25 03 Obituary HotMSReioUttoci 01 Reipect Carda ainso akl and netlsei of ohnrch and aharitAhl an lerUlnmenti and the like where an admbalon fee II eharffad will b eburrftA tnr at thtt rata rtt rm iU eent a word- Thete mnit be raid for In ad Tanee or charged to repenilble partita ordering the tarns FRIDAY JULY 30 1909 The pood roads movement la spread ing rapidly over Ohio and before many years every county wlUhave eome Im proved roadB Candidates who want to get tholr names on tickets to bo voted at the primaries in September must file their petitions with the county eleotlon board by two weeks from next Monday No public offices are allowod to go befjelnj In YoungBtown The trouble ovor there 1b that there are not enough placet to go round and this causes the patriots to go...

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. — 30 July 1909

apts jk ej5 li JK - T V A A MUCH WATCHED DfSPUTET cweiil r pout ou WHIP EXHIBITED IN COURT Womans Testimony Was In Marked Contrast to that of Two Alien ists Who Declared that Harry Thaw Was Sane White Plains N Y July 28 Harry K Thaw sat in the supreme court here and heard a womans testimony that made his pallid face blush He saw a Dcarl handled dog whin exhibited B end he heard the witness swear that sho bad seen him wield it on the bare flesh of young girls The prisoners wife Evelyn Nesblt Thaw beard most of the testimony which was of such a nature that Justice Milts preceded its presentation with the warning that no woman should stay in the court room unless she is willing to hear lcrythlng Two girls left the room Opens New Chapter The witness was Mrs Susan Mer rill a buxom pink cheeked woman of about 35 years and she opened a new chapter In tho life of Stanford Whites flayer Sho told of alleged acts of his tietween 1902 and 1905 when ho was a young bachelor about Now York bo foro...

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 July 1909

rt i HOUSE IS I Bargain Bargain Wo 3 Wo 4 HULL All Wool Sox I9c Bargain No 5 Straw Hats 1 2 Price Play Suits 39c HGH I r ua T FOR FREE HIDES SURRENDERS TO THE SENATE ON COAL IRON ORE AND PRINT PAPER SCHEDULE OF THE RATES Latest Information Obtainable Shows that an Understanding Has Been Reached on Subjects Engag ing Executive Attention Washington July 28 From the best Information obtainable It appears that the house has won its battle for free bides and oil and increased rates on gloves and hosiery in return for a sur render to the senate on coal iron ore and print paper The rates on these schedules as they have been tenta tively arranged pending the accept ance by both houses of the program lor a reduction in the duties on man ufactures of leather below the rates lied by the house are as follows Schedule of Rates Oil free hides free coal 45 cents a ton print paper 350 a ton iron ore IB cents a ton Lumber rough fl50 a thousand feet one side fin ished 2 two sides finished 225 three I...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 6 August 1909

I I THE AlAHONINO DISPATCH ADVERT ISiNQ COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Terms 100 a Year VOL XXXIIL I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS h By Peter M Herold Sunday School Picnic Children loud hosannM Binning Hymned Thj preUe In olden time Judfthf undent temple filling f With the tnelody tnbllme Both Sunday schools of this village ublted last Saturday and went by the Erie Ry to Sheltons Groye for a pleaa ant days outing among the hills and dells of Gpda country W E Roller went throgh the train and counted 210 passengers and Eome reached the grove In carriages Rot D L Clark showed his business tact by having all the details prear ranged even to seeing that three pas senger coaches were added to the lo cal and having It arrive hero from Nlles an hour earlier and leave Lisbon an hour later than usual The Erlo people did their part towards making the excursion a buccobb AThe day wbb enjoyably Bpent In boat ing swlngfng riding on the merry-go-round bathing and a ball game be tween the boys and...

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. — 6 August 1909

aiiiik WVSVV1 The FordycoOsborne Cos Dress Skirt Sensation Stirring Sale of High Grade Dress Skirts JUST BEFORE INVENTORY frn en J500 VALUES FOR - H We take an inventory early this month weve more Dress Skirts than we care to invoice well close out one case of ex extremely high grade models our very best numbers nt prices which will surprise the buyers with its littleness This lot con sists of about 150 fine high grade Dress Skirts mostly all black with a few colors about half of them are Voiles balance are Panamas and Serges nearly all sizes every skirt absolutely new this season Their Regular Retail Values About 60 of them are our regular 1000 values in Skirts About 35 ol them are our regular 1250 values in Skirts About 55 of them are our regular 1500 values in Skirts All have the original selling price ticket attached marked in plain figures For a Few Days Only You Take your choice of these for fiW3LatL None sent on approval 1 RECORD OF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS TOLD IN BRIEFEST MANN...

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. — 6 August 1909

l i f HOME HAPPENINGS rM A new floor has been laid In Silvio Rusolttoe barber ehop H W Corll has had his residence painted and a well drilled Silvio Ru8cltto Is preparing to bnlld an addition to his residence Keep In mind the dates of the Can fleld fMr Sept 21 22 and 23 J B Hollls has had his barn re roofed and otherwise repIred Tho residences of Mrs Mary Booth and J S Stafford have been painted The dining hall at tho Can field fair will be in charge of the Methodist la dles again this year The work of making repairs at the Normal building is well under way and will be completed In the course of a couple of weeks The Dlspatoh last week was In error as to the time the county teaohers In stitute will hold Tho institute will not open until Monday August 30 continu ing five days T B Button 71 years old and an Inmate of the oounty Infirmary since 1900 died last Thursday night HIb re mains were taken to Now Castle where ho at one time resided for burial Will Martin of Canfleld township de...

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. — 6 August 1909

i THAW RUFFLED Ul THREE ALIENISTS TESTIFY THAT MAN WHO KILLED WHITE IS INSANE White Plains N T Aug 4 Three of those medical men known as alien ists who have become such a famil iar part of modern criminal court pro cedure united In the supreme court here to make Is unpleasant for Harry K Thaw who killed Stanford White and was adjudged Insane hut now demands his release from the JIattea wan asylum as a mentally normal man All three testified that he was insane A Dangerous Person Of the alienists who testified Dr Austin Flint Dr William Hlrsch and Dr Amos T Baker the last gae tes timony of the most Importance He is acting superintendent of Matteawan and appears as a witness without compensation the only alienist in the case with this distinction Justice Mills called attention to this fact and took a hand in questioning him Dr Baker Bald that in his opinion Thaw was not only Insane now but a dan gerous person to be at large Jerome Questions Thaw It was shoiHly after this discussion tha...

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. — 6 August 1909

4 rm LOCAL NEWS ITEMS lathered In Town County and Neighborhood J - nil III I Catholics will build a -25000 ohuroh County teachers examination In Youngetown Saturday It will be to your advantage to pat ronize Dispatch advortleers Nloholae Way long a prominent citizen of Lisbon Is critically HI Whats the ose fretting about It If no vacation eoems to be In sight Colutnblana county teachers lnatl lute will bo held In Rogers August 23 Z7 Trumbull -county teachers Institute will be held In Warron next week be ginning Monday - Nlles will have a homo week cele bration August 22 28 and there promises -to be great dolns Mahoning county teachers institute will bo held in CsnScld August 30 to September 3 inclusive Send orders or job printing to the Dispatch office Fine work prompt service reasonable prices Youth of school age In Portage county number 7371 of whom 3890 are males and 3481 are females The FHoklngor and Messerly fami lies will bold their annual reunion in Mill Creek park Saturday A...

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. — 6 August 1909

IV I I fyt panning gispaicj ISSUED -WEEKLY C C FOWLEB CANFIELD VBUEPHONI tea Tear- Months Three I M Ohltown Editor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION M till OP mmHtwmnmt twwi fflMleOopr - Canadian tubserlptiona IL50 OHIO A8 25 03 6FKOIAL XOTICU OMtairy Notloet Reiolatlont of Respect Cardf tl Tankf and netleei of ehnroh nd snarl table an ttrfeainmanta tod the like where an admliilon fee ti ehargad will be charged or tt the rate it onj mU eent a word Then molt be paid or in ad Ji or charged to reiponaible parties ordering VMMnt FRIDAY AUGUST 6 1609 BTRANGE that there should be stories of grating In a iood county like Mtv ij3T no guilty grafter CBcape Is the cry that joes up in all parts ol Manon ing county Indications are that the next grand jury will hear evidence ol great doings in this county Kot every possessor ol dishonestly gained dollars Is permitted to enjoy them as ho would llko to Locally there seem to be no candi dates lor the offlcos to bo filled by elec tion in November At any rate th...

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. — 6 August 1909

rv I KrNGS ANtTK1NGSr NEWS IN A NUTSHELL HAPPENING8 FROM EVERYWHERE JOTTED DOWN What the World In Qeneral Is Doing at Told by the Telegraph Wires Chicago has the distinction of being tho first city In tho United States to open a school for tubercular children maintained and supported by the board of education The operatives In the cotton mills at North Qrosvcnordale Conn num bering 1000 nro to receive an in crease In wages about August 15 Tho increase It Is understood will aver age about ten per cent With the mother clasping her babe In her arms tho bodies of Mrs Julius Ncnoth 21 and her eon wore found In tho Morris canal at Nowark N J It Is bolloved that tho woman drowned herself and her child A hearty welcome was given the third American Pacific squadron un der command of Rear Admiral Giles D Harbor on Us recent visit of thrco days from Juno 18 to 21 at Hakodate Japan according to a report rocclved at Washington Quartermaster Tomacl De La Cruz of tho naval auxllllary Nanshan a aat...

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. — 6 August 1909

fr fc i HIDE AND L EATHER SCHEDULE IS FIXED THE SENATE WlLL VOTE ON CON FERENCE REPORT OF TARIFF BILL THURSDAY OPPOSITION HAS COLLAPSED Agreement Reached Among Western Senators Language of Proviso Re ducing Rates on Boots Shoes and Harness Is Changed Washington Aug 4 Tho complete collapse of all important opposition to the conference report on the tariff bill was evidenced Tuesday -when the sen ate agreed to vote on that measure at 2 oclock next Thursday Half an hour after unanimous consent had been given for the adoption of that course a general disinclination on the part of senators fo speak brought an early adjournment until noon to day Corrects Hide and Leather Schedule When the senate met Tuesday the lack of interest in the proceedings was evident This had been caused by an agreement among the western senators to vote upon the conference report and to correct the hide and leather schedule by means of a con current resolution to bo acted upon separately Tho form of the concur re...

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