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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 15 October 1909

if i ir m m Vt lu JfttliMfeMM11 UNION men honor 51 MUEL BOMPERS ORGANIZED LABOR GIVE HIM A ROYAL WELCOME ON HIS COMING HOME Washington Oct 13 Organized labor representing many parts of the country Canada and even Cuba passod a notable tribute on the night of October 12 In this city to the homo coming from Europe of Samuel Compere president of the American Federation of Labor who arrived here early in the evening from New York The celebration in honor of his return after an absence of several months was probably the most enthusiastic demonstration ever accorded an Amer ican labor leader The occasion was featured by a monster parade followed later by a big mass meeting at Con rentlon hall Estimates of enthusiasts as to the number ot men and women who participated in the parado ran as high as 20000 Thousands of Marchers Pennsylvania avenue from First street to Fifteenth and O streets was thronged with thousands of enthusi astic spectators who observed the pro cession With thousands of ...

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. — 22 October 1909

Please favor The Dispatch with a Trial Job Printing Order Artistic Execution Right Prices Terns 100 a fear VOL XXXHI I WASIilNGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold Onr footbU tewn can larelr pjy Well prov this troe BnSf7 If ll Koei well well show to Nifes A touchdown In oar future files a ni roAr Slcnals 1 1 James King taught In room 2 Tuesday fnrnnnon Clifford FaiBiey was In Youngstown Local coal mines are rushed with or ders for house use Mrs O W Cowan spent Tuesday with Irlends in Alliance Drorls of sweat are said to do more lor this world than floods of tears Robert Young hat moved from Wood ward Boatonsproperty to Union street The untamed youths of this village are a month ahead with Halloween deviltry Editor Arnold has the courage of his convictions on the municipal tlokot In Leelonia Misses Ephft and Kit Wilson attend ed Browsters MlMonB In the Youngs town theater Friday night Mrsj John Net and Mrs Sarah Ban zenbaoher of Canflold wero gueBts of Mrs 8 0 Wllflon Tuesday M...

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. — 22 October 1909

fr msiWW vvwvv OTf wv - as a a m ar r j - e rv e r m n er in ine jLianKzi vucauun uwus tut j noi These Cold Nights and for the Coming Cold Weather Every good housewife prides herself on knowledge of Blankets- price We promise much for Blanket buyers this season more than ever before because we feature them more strongly than at any other time or prev ious season Our orders placed months ago with the largest Blanket makers of the country for very large shipments places us in position to name prices not possible under ordinary condi tions We know who makes every pair of Blankets in this store how they are made and what of as a result you know just what you are buying from our description of them Each season our Blanket Department has grown larger today it is one of the most important sections of our big store Tomorrow well have our first big general sale and display of Blankets for every use and to meet the demands of every purse The thrifty wom an will tell you the best way to judge ...

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. — 22 October 1909

- a- HOME HAPPENINGS Boyd Cronk sold hla team of draft horses to a Youngstown man Quite a number of oases of chicken pox are reported In the Tillage There will bo a meeting of the local Masonic lodge this Friday evening A eon was welcomed tj the home of Mr and Mrs V P Blim last Sunday nlgW7 J A Lenhart of Ellsworth township Is hauling his large and fine potato crop to this market A aonwaa born last Saturday to Mr and Mrs Lester Balrd who reside on South Broad street James Paulln sends a challenge for the Salem West End Tigers to any 140 pound Canfield football team O O Noff has rented J E Nells arm east of the Tillage and will engage extensively In the stock business Lecture oourse reserved seat sale at Kirk Arnolds store next Monday morning at 7 oolook standard time Complaint Is made that eome side walks about town aro being damaged by careless teamsters driving over them Many wagon loads of feed have been hauled this week from looal Bupply bouses by farmers and dairymen for miles ...

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. — 22 October 1909

r WHEN SHOULD GIRLS MARRYf A grandmother has undertaken to nsiver the question In the headline 1n a magazine article Having had ex perience she thinks she knows what he la talking about It Is her opinion that no girl Bhould marry before she a 25 years old There never has been and never can be any fixed rule for the mating of human beings Ages ago parents were the sole arbiters of the marital destinies of their daugh 4era They gave In wedlock when and where and to whom they pleased and -the daughters had nothing to do with tho bargain The matter Is one In -which there Is pretty nearly Indepen dence of thought and action on the 3art of American girls Parents may -try as they will to shape their daugh ters love affairs to conform to their own Ideas but It is a rare case In which they succeed and even then success on the part of the parents Is not a guarantee of the girls happiness It lias been estimated that a womans chances of marriage begin to diminish at the twenty fourth year and d...

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. — 22 October 1909

I R M r fioyal Baking Powder is Ihe the young people Indulge In all sorts of oomlcallttea Slnoe the day falls upon Sunday this year It will probably be oelebrated on Monday Louisville Her ald Ira Marlatt for years known as the penitentiary demon 1b seeking a pardon Marlat waa sent to prison for the murder of Barak Asbton In Colum biana oounty a good many years ago Marlatt olalmed that ABhton had wronged him la a finaaolal way but this was believed at tbe time of the trial to be imaginary It is not likely that Iras effort to gain freedom will Avail him anything Forest Wbitton of Cambridge 0 a freshman In Mt Union college was taken to the woods by upper classmen ffiarly last Friday morning stripped of bis clothing his hair shingled with xllppers tar and feathers applied to bis body and then he was rolled in tbe leaves He Is said to haverpresented a jorry speotaole when he found his way baok to tbe college dormitory It Is high time a stop was put to tblu lawless ness Mot a good adverti...

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. — 22 October 1909

Ijr rt s5Pr3B3rr w8 ISSUED WEEKLY CCFOVLKK CANF2ELD VBbEPHONi IM Editor TERMS OF 8TJBBC1UPII0N Pr ftg Hernial Three Months anadlan subscriptions 160 OHIO noo - 50 OS BFEOIAI XOTIOK Obituary Notices lUsolntlons of Respect Cards cl Thanks uiil netloes of ehureh and charitable sn tertainmenU and the like where an admission fee ft charged trill be eharred for at the rate of one- mmu oenia wore jaeio mm dv piu ivi 5T tmoo or charted to ret poniible partl1 ordering the tame FRIDAY OCTOBER 22 1909 Away with politics In the election of vlllago and township officers 1 Support the candidates who possess merit No USB talking it all the political patriots who want office in Youngatown are to be taken care of more places muBt be created Council and the etate legislature will please take notice and set accordingly LUCKY Indeed will be the individual who the coming winter Is able to elt down of an evening before a roaring Ore to toast his shins and havo a pltoher of elder a basket of apples and a ...

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. — 22 October 1909

A DAT DF FATALITIES WEALTHY FARMER IS FOUND BEAD IN HI8 HOME Man and Boy Accidentally Killed by Shotguns Accidents Occurred In Muskingum County Ohio 2anesTlIlo O Northern Muskingum county was Tlslted by three fatal ac cidents October 16 all occurring with in a radius of ten miles Hugh White 68 a prominent and wealthy farmer was found dead In the kitchen of his home at 8 oclock In tho morning He had been shot -through the abdomen with a shotgun the -weapon lying by his side It was probably a case of suicide During the noon hour Ward Thomp son 26 accidentally shot and killed himself while taking a shotgun from a wagon In front of the postofllce at Trlnway Charles Lacey 14 was shot in the Abdomen by his brother James Lacey 16 at their home near Dresden at 4 oclock in the afternoon The boys had returned home from a hunting trip and as the elder was passing through a gate the shotgun ho was carrying was Accidentally discharged The victim J died at night GARBER IN OPEN REBELLION -National...

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. — 22 October 1909

V E 14 J I u I t 12 ff m i A jE v - Trie Currency of Heaven A rich man was dying He had been a miser who hoarded his money all his life until he amassed a gigan tic fortune When anyone asked him to assist In some charitable act he always said I cannot do that xnjr friend I must bo saving my money for money is everything In this -world When lie was about to die he thought I am sure that money must be worth something In the other world too and I must see to It that I do not go there -with empty hands He called together his children and ordered them to place a bag of gold In the coflln with him Do not be stingy he said make it a big bag and fill It up with gold The very same night he gave up the ghost His children carried out bis wishes and placed a bag with 6000 gold pieces In the coflln As soon as he had arrived inside the gates of Heaven he had to go through the usual formalities He was asked where he came from Great Anniversary Attractions in Basement During tho past thirty seven y...

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. — 29 October 1909

g tfliiffpi Hifete feiMBBMa 1 lillVt Please favor f lie Dispatch with a Trial Job Printing Order Artistic Execution ight Prices farms 100 a Tsar VOL XXXIII I WASHINQTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter Al Hcrold PolUlca In Leetonla Is rod hot Clifford Davit was In Cleveland Sat urday The fall sown wheat looks good In this locality Frank Heaton was In Canfleld Mon day tuning pianos Miss Emma Feloht Is visiting rela tives In Cleveland Pumpkin pie soolal at the Lutheran parsonage Saturday night All the oysters In town were sold out before supper time Saturday The streets leading to stops 10 and 11 need to bo kept lb good condition Farm produotslnoludtng butter eggs pork eta aro bringing good prices Mrs John Woodward of Leotonla was here Tuesday calling on her mother The M E Sunday sohool Is rehearsing a program for Rally Day next Sunday Mies Minnie Stouffer has taken Mary Watsons place as clerk In O E Holts store Two thirst parlors are charged with keeping open alter 10 oclock Monday nigh...

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. — 29 October 1909

fcl ft Ladies Vi it t Greater Exclusive I Dry Goods House BEflEF MEWS NOTES 1 FOR THE BUSY I MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review of Happenings of Greatest Interest from All Parts of the Globe Latest Home and For eign Items I I TOUR OF THE PRESIDENT President Taft and party left St Louis for a four days trip down the Mississippi At New Orleans they will attend the fourth annual conven tion of the Lakes and the Gulf Deep Waterways association President Taft had the time ot his life on his brothers ranch In Texas He rode a balky cayuse saw wild steers ropd by cowboys and wit nessed the rounding up of a herd of cattle together with many other In teresting thlncs connected with ranch We PERSONAL Dr E B Morgan an eye und ear tpoclallst of Paterson N J has come Into possession of 1000000 through the generosity of a brother who made 17000000 In stock deals and shared hLs fortune Cardinal Gibbons says he pities the friendless ri...

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. — 29 October 1909

tzqwspir iSar LOCAL NEWS ITEMS fathered la Towa Coanty and NelfhWfeood Eleotlon next Taesdy After several dlBproeablo days last week the fine weather this week Is doubly appreciated Mrs Nancy MoBrler died last Thursday night at North Bristol of apoplexy aged 84 years Ivan Davis of Wayland exhibits a White Spine cucumber that la 14 inches long and 18 Inches la oircamference Pine bird Hog of County Reoorder Turner and pet of his 13-year-old bod was poisoned at Lisbon the other day After being on trial a year the Journal deolares that local option has had the effect of deoldedly Improving the morale of Lisbon There Is no finer resldenoo town than Caneld In Northeastern Ohio Proof of this statement will be furnish ed anyone doubting it John Gould an East Palestine pot ter has given up a 81000 place at hfs trade to become a minister In Lynn Mass at an annual salary of 1760 By the explosion of dynamite at the Ohio Iron Steel Co plant In Lowell vllle Saturday five men were seriously Injure...

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. — 29 October 1909

1 t IS If Of Merest to Women Present Unrest Among Women The Mating Instinct Between Ibo Ae of 17 19 A Far Finer Set of Tactic Evolve YonnLadieM in their Twenties Says The Delineator I think there is little doubt that this world old statute that the man alone shall woo has more to do with keep hg down the mental and moral tone of woman with cultivating her Igno ble talents for deceit and Intrigue than any of the other forces which she finds arrayed against her says The Delineator It is not the soften ing Influence of the matrimonial and maternal states that works so many miracles hut the abrupt removal of the necessity to practice a demoraliz ing self control to appear something that she is not to still much ugly an ger and rosentment I have known many girls plentifully endowed with good looks and charm to confess that they hare lain awake nights schem ing how to get that man only In nine cases out of ten to find him lat er on quite unworth the trouble We are all familiar with the se...

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. — 29 October 1909

HOME HAPPENINGS i -Slight snowfall Thursday afternoon Fewer oases ol ohlokenpoz are re ported In the village thli week The ladles of the M E Church are arranging to serve their annual Thanks giving dinner At the meeting of the local Maeonlo lodge Friday night five applications for membership were received Canfleld will have two elections next week regular eleotlon Tuesday and fair hoard eleotlon Wednesday Fred Cramer of Dublin last week received a oar load of oattle whloh he purohasedln Chicago and will fatten lor market Halloween falling on Sunday this year Young America will probably be pleased to oelebrate both Saturday and Monday nights A lamp exploded in Dr Coys res idence Wednesday night starting a fire wbioh was extinguished before much damage was done The Canfleld Township Sunday School convention will be held In the Canfleld M E Church n6xt Sunday aft ernoon at 230 oclock The Mens Club will meet next week Friday night at the Presbyterian church A fine program is being pre p...

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. — 29 October 1909

I m r THE COUNTY FAIR That the old order changes that the simple life gives Way to sophistication and that In the onward inarch ol science the rural community profits by the marvels of mans Invention as well as tho cities are strikingly ex cmpllfled at the modern county fair These fairs are no longer expositions of fine animals that are happy acct dents of natural development or fruits and flowers that by casual fruition have attained extraordinary size or beauty Nowadays successful farm ing Is as much a matter of exact cal culation and accurate knowledge as Is any form of manufacturing or Industry Steam and elec tricity perform the work of many day laborers Proper sanitary conditions forestall the risk of bovine tubercu losis The butter churn Is no longer wearisomely operated by hand and horses are enfranchised from the treadmill of the thrashing machine The telephone brings the country dweller Into closer contact with all the world Tho rural doctor comes to the door with the speed...

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. — 29 October 1909

I I HFMP TKe only baking powder rj HM9 from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar fcr flFJfjjS Makw Finest Purest Food H9fffl Bowder Jk i LOCAL NEWS ITEMS lathered In Town County and Neighborhood This week the weather is of tho In dlan eummor brand It cost a Warren man 860 or giving away liquor In dry torrltory Wm Hulbort long a resident ot Hubbard died Sunday night agod 72 years Vou will And many matters of inter mit In tho Dlspatoh advertising oolumns today Tho big iron and stool plant at Do Forest has begun operations and hun dreds ot men are flocking to tho works tor employment Aaron Dookor a NUcb oarpontor toll 80 toot from tho root ot a building Monday and sustained Injuries about tho head that may result fatally Col Lorn Hoiloway and Evan Fraok ot Nllos aro seeking tho republican nom ination for sheriff next year Lorn formerly ran an onglno on tho N L branch and Evan dooB now A wagon load ot booze hauled from Washlngtonvlllo to Wollsvllloon Sat urday got sovoral pooolo mixed up with 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. — 29 October 1909

C C t gtfeomnB Jispatc M8VED WEBK1T C C FOWLER OANFIELD Editor OHIO VMI ICFMONK NO AS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ttu Monthl GO Thro Month - 25 8lluJ00TT - 03 anadUn rabaoriptloni 1150 BFZOIAL MUnOE OHtnrjNotlciRiolntleiiiof RfptCsjdi t Thinki nd setleei of ehsreh and ohariukl n Hrtalamenti tod the like when an tdmlirion f ee will b charred for at the rats of on tolumdt word Theit mnit be paid for In ad yaae or charred to reipontlble partial orderlai thanme FRIDAY 03TOBER 29 1909 TWELVE PACES The 85000000 people of the United Stales are talkers They use approxi mately 7000000 telephones Some ot the counties In the state that are making much of Mahonings sensa tion may find grafters within their own borders if detectives are pressed Into service At the election In Can field next Tues day Indications are that the chief Inter est will center In tho selection of town ship trustees Tho matter of road building has created eomo fooling and this It Is believed will figure at tho polls next Tuesda...

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. — 29 October 1909

rn TWTfXVTii NNMMmnMN l THOUSAND- B sort o doubt which haunted in nllo nt hln faith In Lake A fllS Hrthi AM trilAr nt Inne at rrce had said that Lake was too am n a i tho lmnortant Dosltlon he held but Mr Brand had te found his trust In Tom mil- orl Ideflng heard rumors concerning k s with which he had extensive pla g the mercnant naa lei 1a aKO l0 XMUULUU IC111UB jjj uco inquiries ana in uny uiso l me pariuoia ui iuu mux iu on to settle their account Lake had gone from Liverpool ndon The time appointed for uU3turn passed and still he ferlnme ct In did ady entered and stole to the ants side her own sweet face nxlouB and there was a tremor IBUSIC OL ner yuiuo us oua you think he will be here to- dear papa7 iope so Mary but it Is very there no other train rcsuy the night express and that Idnot stop except at the Central kinB l hans he will come nana he not mind coming ten miles if he had to walk should not have missed tho said Mr Brand sternly uallty Is an imperative duty with of busi...

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. — 29 October 1909

w raPMKfJlP s - - iy 9BSSi3S2 - i v hi I I 1 I S ste tx -mi -4 r K2Z1 J Ws f 2 immmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ft 15 Written by Willis C Wilson for the t Sunday Vindicator o JJ the wct side of tho paiem low nuout tnree iounnn of a mllo poutH of Ellsworth Center and on an elevation of about one hundred and fifty foot above tho roadbed lies IaUc Mahonlnci one qt the prettiest small bodlps of water jn Northeastern Ohio In August of the year 1004 J R Ta ber postmaster at Canfleld O v ho baft acquired prestige as- a fisherman iaw tho natural opportunities afford ed at this place for the making of a largo artificial lake and fishing ana Tiirnmirn resort In September of the tamo year a company was oreanlzed and a perpetual lease secured on about forty acres of land belonging to siei vlllo Barnta A dnm of masonry and concrete was then built and the lake thua formed naa stocked with fish On tho 29th day of November this company wu Incorporated under the name of tho Mahoning County Fishing tt Pleasuro comp...

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. — 29 October 1909

ARMERS FOWLS ON THE JOB jto lren Called Chickens to Death for Whleh They Were Trained la Charge 1latpfh N J fW 97 r I- I at John V Underwood a farmer png on me outskirts or this city had - w UU WW MU IUVV tuw lad At the sound ot an automobile m in order that he might collect mnirpB fflr thnun itinf nra Irli1nt veral Indignant motorists appeared ainsi me uiier or the soil when he s arraigned on their complaint he re Judge Van S Roosa or eeTeral months they say when iderwood fed hln hlrlrena he nmnM t a i rencn corn The fowl soon as- lnlprl fhA union -with fnnd en iii en approaching motorists honked the curve on Morris avenue near Ich the Underwood farm Is iocated ly would Bwarrn to the road many them meeting death Underwood uld then hold trie autolsts up it is erted for excessive remuneration TOR A MAN OF RESOURCE cd Cab Fare and at the 8ame Time Got Even with Unkind Critic Mstrict Attorney Jerome of New irk was praising at the Union club resourceful lawyer del hlra In a hole said Mr...

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