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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 19 November 1909

i jTjtr iM FOR THE BUSY MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEk TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review cf Happenings of Greatest Interest from All Parts of the Globe Latest Home and For eign Items v PERSONAL Herman Ercnhaft a Now Yorlt tailor with a large family will soon come Into possession of 100000 He Inherits from an aunt in Austria Hie fortune which will relieve htm nnd hie family from tho utrcBB of poverty Lord Jlfnto viceroy of Indln nnd Lady Atlnto narrowly escaped dentti by bombs thrown nt them In Ahmcdn had India by unknown persons Senator Aldrlch In an address bo fore tho bankers of Des Moines de clared that If a central bank of the United States should ever come it Toutst bo tho servant and not the mas ter of existing financial institutions Commissioner Henry V West of the District ot Columbia has sent his resignation to tho president Mr West was appointed seven years ago by President Roosevelt He resigns to resume newspaper work in Washing ton 7 Cn...

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. — 19 November 1909

i 1 r HOME HAPPENINGS Many people enjoyed the excellent upper Barred Saturday overling by the ladle o Zton Reformed oburoh A vase left at the fair last Septem ber is in tbe oareof Mrs O E Noll who Kill be glad to have the owner call for It Dark streets are not a Rood adver tisement for any town Canfield needs to get busy In the matter of street light ing Despite frequent showers many wells and otsterns in this looallty are reported low tbe long dry season hav ing left Its effeot Dont forget the Thanksgiving din ner at the M E Ohuroh Tbe ladles never fall to provide the best of every thing that goes with turkoy Expense only 36 cents The need of a trolley line from Youngstown to CanQeld has long been apparent Why not Youngstown and OanQeld citizens join and promote a line on their own aooount The funeral of Mrs P W Croft held Saturday morning from the home Of ber mother Mrs Mary McCoy was largely attended Tbe remains were taken to Youngstown and laid to rest in Calvary cemetery The ha...

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. — 19 November 1909

M a frti tl iv if A iff in k ilmmi ii irttiMJm ftmlraiin t i WSBp -vi - ffWSI MWMPHHIMW SJjWjSPPpvR A LITTORAL DEFEN8E CORPS necent developments suggest the thought that the time may have ar rived for the creation ot a littoral de fense corps as a distinct branch ot the military establishment The strength of tho movement to exclude the marines from naval vessels and confine their functions to the guarding of navy yards and bases seems to hare became apparent even to the marines themselves says the New Tork Tribune The Tribunes Wash ington bureau reports that the com missioned personnel of the marine corps seriously contemplates asking congress to transfer the entire corps to the army -with the hope of finding there more congenial surroundings Gen Murray chief of artillery after an extended Inspection of the coast defenses announces the necessity of an additional force to guard the back doors of the modern fortifications and those portions of the coast be yond the reach ot the fortif...

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. — 19 November 1909

I iiiijfpwiim Ijz r aMMPE11 Wjllthi ft JFBBtfr The only Baldng Powder fk MmWWM made from Ryal Grape m fO JRr Cream of Tartar fflk StisiL0Cv9siltfVjsv3HsxT i vGhq ifflyjakine Powder fclllPPll Absolutely JIF I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Warren will have a poultry show Deo 8 11 Get Into the boosters band wagon And keep a place there A party of four Damascus hunters on Monday killed 49 rabbits Rlohard Parks died In West Farm ington Sunday at tho ago of 86 years You will be InteroBtod In tho busi ness announcements In todays Dlsptoh The enterprising Dally Salem Her ald has been enlarged to a soven oolumn quarto Arrangements are being made for aulo mall service botwoon Warren and Cortland After being in existence a sooro of years tho Mineral Pointer has suspona ea puDiicoiiun David Soohlor a bachelor died un expectedly Tuesday morning at bis homo in Lordstown Thos Danlols for many yoars a res ident of Mineral Ridge dlod Saturday in Nllos agod 74 years M W La...

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. — 19 November 1909

4 v s4 BMUE WEEKLY J C FOWJLK - Editor PANfflKLP OHIO TilKFMONK NO 4S IEBMB OF BUBSCRIPTION lx Mcmlin - SO Thre Month 25 loelo Ooct 03 Canadian nbaoripuoni 11X0 BPBOUX HOTIOB Obituary Hotieea Reiolatloni of Retpeot Carii ft Thanki Kail netiMi o ohnroh and eharitable en trtlnmenti and the like where to admliaion tee fa nfcjured will be chrced for at the rata of oae telt eest a word Theie mmt be paid for In ad- rvioe or enarred to reiponiibio partita oraenng wanme FRIDAY NOVEMBER ID 1909 Ik Addition to his present cabinet roubles President Taft will shortly have congress on hlef hands and that ol Iteell Is enough Rrlof or any statesman It Is given out that the coming ses sion of the state legislature trill be long drawn out every member being expect ed to appear In Columbus loaded down with bills which are Intended to be good for alt Buckeyedom Gov Harmons determination to con duct Ohios business on business princi ples pleases the great mass of people oven If a cllquo of politicians ...

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. — 19 November 1909

U Lt CHILD WIFE TIRES OF MAN Girl Aged 14 Seeks Annulment Marriage Contract Preferring to be Single of Canton O Nov 17 lloslna M Par roco married at the ago of 13 seeks an annulment of her marriage con tract at 15 In a suit in coramou pleas against Pietro Parroco The girl was married by her youth ful husband at Akron February 3 1909 according to her marriage certifi cate Bhown in court She docs not charge Parroco who Is 22 with being bad husband but sho concludes she would rather be single again Tho pe tition is filed by her mother Mary Marcello who asks the court to set aside the marriage on tho ground that the Ohio statute forbids a girl undei 16 to be married even with her par ents consent JUDGES FREE PROSECUTOR Qua6h Indictment for Embezzlement Returned Against Former Official of Ashland County Ashland O Nov 17 Common Pleas Judges S II Nicholas of Coshoc ton C W Seward of Newark Edwin Mansfield of Mansfield E M Wick Jmui of Delaware and W B Weygandl of Wooster have quashed the I...

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. — 19 November 1909

It b r - W mt W m cM HENS THAT POISONED FISH Ex Cobb Tells About Pet That Had Brains and Knew How to Use Them Pshaw said Ez Cobb a Barkers vllle poultry fancier when he read about a hen owned by H C Spauldlng of Colebrook digging bait for her owner when he had the fishing1 fever Thats nothing Ive got some Rhode Islands reds that poisoned fish to death because the fish stole worms from em How did thcr do that demanded an Incredulous listener I have a deep spring In an open lot replied Ez The fish I kept In It got so wise that they dug their own worms The earth at the edges of the spring had lots of worms and whenever a fish saw one crawling out of the ground he would Jump out ol the water and grab it My Rhode Island reds In scratching about the spring saw what the fish were doing Now what do you think those mur derous hens did They went to my potato patch where Id put Parli green They got their hills full ol poison went back to the spring nnd washed their bills free of the Paris gree...

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. — 26 November 1909

u Please favor The Dispatch with a Trial Job Printing Order Artistic Execution Right Prices 1 Tras 100 a Tear y VOL XXXIII I WASHINQTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS r By Peter M Herold We are Hvln we are dwelling In a Brand and awfnl time In an age on acei telllngl To be Urine is tnbllme Thanksgiving today Look for the moons eclipse Saturday morning Improvement appears to be the order of the day Harry Stouffer was home from Nlles nTAr Rundav Just one month from Thanksgiving day until Chrlstmaa Ed Vlgnon was home from Youngs town a few days thlB week Residents of Franklin Square are al so having their houses piped for gas The football game here with the Sa lem team this afternoon oloses the f b season Fred Longbottom cam home from Sharon Saturday to see our toam score at Salem Remember tho ohlcken pie supper In Fishers hall Deo 4 to be given by the Lutheran ladles Arrangements are being made whoro by tho Y O will carry mall to and from this village Dr Marquis of Lisbon and Dr Yagl of Salem w...

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. — 26 November 1909

t t 1 V t t F I t It 1 t The Fordycc Osborne Company Youngstown 0 Greatest Exclusive Dry Goods House We Begin Friday Morning November 26 This Special Tailored Suit Offer Friday morning Remember the date wc will begin a clearance of high grade Tailored Suits a price break up if you please Must always be a good reason for everything best reason in the world for this weve had our big selling of these hieh class Suits were ready now to let the bal ance go at a sacrifice mostly only one of a style j nearly an size du wmi a BpriI1K 1IU i 01 u and 38 All exclusive numbers just 35 Suits to select from were the regular S3750 S3950 and S45O0 values all marked at one price for this im portant selling beginning on Friday morning choice for 2950 e The FordyceOsborne Co n T iifjibiiiA l m stl 1 a T d 1 TT M T r I M 7K1 mm urcaicbl exclusive viy uuuua uuuoc y VJUPlVJO 1 J Wll KJt aft itSIVVMWVVi4 BRIEF NEWS NOTES FOR THE BUSY I MOST IMPORTANT EVENT6 OF THE PAST WEEK TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM ROUND AB...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 26 November 1909

lMltMMtmtHtMIMI HOME HAPPENINGS Let Canfield bo annexed to Younga town by trolley line Weather oondltlong Thanksgiving day were all that could be desired The warm rains early In the week started the mushrooms and many were gathered In this looallty The need of the west side of Broad street being pared Is again apparent to the most casual observer A eon was born Wednesday morn ing to Mr and Mrs T Q Beatty of Youngstown formerly of Canfield One day last week 15 rabbits were j killed In the Gee lot of about two sores adjoining the union eonool grounds A eon was bof ft last Friday morn ing to Mr and Mrs Ezra Yeager who reside two miles north of tho village Farmers In this locality are bring ing ton b of pork to local dealers who supply large Youngstown wholesalers The Normal college closed Wed nesday evening for tho Thanksgiving vacation which lasts until next Mon day morning During tho past week hundreds of turkeys geese duoks and ohlokons have been taken from CanQeld to the Youngstown...

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. — 26 November 1909

I fgfrgiffi fSmfm mammmmm Np - s r I We GiveAtUs Stamps IjfiHBBBiBiiB vTipw MAHONINe DISPEL FRIDAY JfOVJSlfcBER 26 l1 P H mi 1 1 i in ii i I f W9 I f I - - - I 1PJ HERO OF THE GAMEST BATTLE Fifty One Scouts Fight 1200 Indians In Engagement More Heroic Than Alamo Forty years ngo the name of CnpL Allison J PHley wis known all over the western frontier When he was 24 years old the little old man that now sits on the shady porch of bis home 120S Cheyenne avenue Kan sas City Kan was among the widely known scouts Indian fighters and cav alry officers that cleared the plains of Kansas and Nebraska of the hostile Indian tribes and paved the way for the farmers and ranchmc lint have made these states what they are Capt Plllcy had an active part In many of the thrilling adventures of the plains He was one of the little band in the Beecher Island Massacurc Allison J Pllley was born in Ross Count- 0 April 20 1814 of German and Scotch parentage In 1SDS the family moved to Kansas and settled near...

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. — 26 November 1909

ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pur Makes the finest most deli cious biscuit cake sad pastry conveys to food the most healthful of fruit properties IrtcJyPuA LOCAL NEWS ITEMS dathertd la Town Conaty and Nelfhborhood Fine rains thoso of Sunday and Monday night R 0 Bowmin of West Austlntown has been granted a patent or a harrow Unfortunate indeed 1b the Individu al who baa not something to bo thank ftil for Ohio clover eood orop this yoar was tsjo smallest in a long time the yield being only 80 per oent Cyrus Morcor a prominent farmer of New Waterford died Friday after a long Illness aged 87 years James Stevens long a rosldont ot Trumbull county died Saturday at the age of 02 and was burled Monday In tho Warren cemetery Clydo Beard an orphan aged 18 died last week at North Benton of dia betes and funeral sorvlcoa woro hold Saturday afternoon Ploaso send tho Dispatch any Item of intorott that may come to your at tention Eyory paragraph holps to odd Interest to tho paper Col D S PUbor fo...

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. — 26 November 1909

M M Cjpt Stajjonhq JispttJ imUED WEEKJLT O C FOWLER OANFIELD mbEPHONE NO dmithi ik MAnthl wntleuopT Oi Editor OHIO TERMS OF 8TJB8CIIIPTI0N FMf Canadian ntxoripttoni jl50 a 1100 50 25 03 BPKOIAI HOTIOE Obituary NoHos Resolutions o Respect Cards tf Thanki od notlMi of ennreh and charitable en Sertataments tod the like where an admission fee l starred will be eharited for at the rate of one IaU eeit a word Theie must be paid for In ad naee or ehuried to responsible partita ordering lie lame BTUDAY NOVEMBER 26 1909 Standard Oil may be depressed by court decisions but It cannot be put out of buelnosB The curves It Is not on to Are hardly worth learning Judge R W Tayler o Cleveland Is again being urged to bo n candidate for the republican nomination for gov ernor He hdB many strong supporters and if he will accept tbo nomination It is almost certain to gb to blm Col W J Bryan has expressed himself as bollevlng in tho theory of prohibition and Is arranging to make speeches along that Una i...

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. — 26 November 1909

1 LjMrcc jK B2 IBiSiSiSiSiSisV iBBBBSSBBBlBSHSSBSB9BSSBHri CONGRESSMAN WHO LOST LIFE IN TRYING TO SAVE GRANDSON ESPY LAWKNOGKED OUT jBUPREME COURT OF OHIO GIVE8 IT A DEATH BLOW The Act Made Small Boards of Educa tion In Municipalities Mandatory Rather Than Optional Columbus O Nov 24 Tho Espy law making small boards of education In Ohio municipalities mandatory father tban optional has been wiped out by tho supremo court The case came from Cincinnati where tho Coz organization bitterly fought the change from a big to a small board plan Tho Espy law whllo drawn to apply to all cities was particularly de signed to loosen tho grip of politicians on tho Cincinnati schools Tho right of a proporty owner to ob ject to any changes in tho street ex tends only to tho middle of the street This is tho 6ftcct of a decision af firming tho Cincinnati superior court Signing a reloaso from all claims of damages by an Injured person bars him from suing for damages whether tho relcaso was for a conside...

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. — 26 November 1909

I fr it - E t H ll M rfv A 8CH0OL FOR WORKERS There -will be opened In Chicago a school which It is believed -will prac itically eolre a problem ot much im portance to boys and girls regularly employed and who wish to continue their education without giving up the places In which they earn their liv ing It will be a half time school and If dependent for success upon the co operation ot employers and the school board The superintendents of several factories have promised to help The pupils will work In pairs One will attend school for two -weeks while the other works In shop or fac tory On the second Saturday the boy who has had two weeks In school will go to the shop and make himself famil iar with what his mate has been do ing so as to be able to take tip bis work on Monday morning Then the worker will become a student for two weeks the change being made once a fortnight while the course lasts The school course for boys will In clude shop work with special refer ence to the develop...

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. — 3 December 1909

fc Please favor The Dispatch with a Trial Job Printing Order Artistic Execution Right Prices IjKms 100 a Year VOL XXX1IL I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold Miss Lesta BosBort spent Sunday In Alliance John Candle was home from Youngs town Sunday This -week will end the hunting sea son Get busy Samuel BUger was here from Youngs town Thanksgiving Clifford Davis was laid up for a week with kidney trouble The prospect for filling Ice houses be fore the holidays la not very brilliant Mrs Jos WoodB Bpent Saturday In Salem with her sister Mrs Wm Heaps Miss Ljdla King Is soiling her stock of millinery at greatly roduoed prlcos Will Bowker and wife spent Sunday at the home of D K Holler In Now Buffalo Remember the bazaar and supper In Flshora hall Saturday afternoon and evening The band has moro than 12 to the good by their Thanksgiving masquer ade ball It Is not oorreot to state that some preacher Is holding a sorleB of pro tracted meetings It Is unkind for a professed Chris...

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. — 3 December 1909

f The Fordyce Osbofne Company Voungstown 0 A Very Special Suit and Coat Sale Next on the List at This Store BEGINS ON SATURDAY DECEMBER 4 The women folks readers of the Can field Dispatch should make an effort to visit this store on next Saturday for this reason We have a number of broken lines of Tailored Suits and Coats that sold up to 2750 each not a full color or size range in any one number but all sizes and colors in one line or the other AH Will Be Placed on Special Sale Sat urday Morning Your choice for 1500 If youve been waiting for a choice Suit or Coat at cut prices such dependable kinds as this store handles now is your chance The FordyceOsborne Co Greatest Exclusive Dry Goods House YOUNGSTOWN 0 BRIEF NEWS NOTES FOB THE BUSY IN M08T IMPORTANT EVENT8 OF THE PAST WEEK TOLD IN CONDEN3ED FORM ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review cf Happenings of Greatest Interest from AM Parts ol the Globe Lateit Home and For eign Items PERSONAL Mrs Hoso Pastor Stokes the settle wont worker...

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. — 3 December 1909

i WaWeVeV IIIiiulMiimi 1 I HOME HAPPENINGS j Last TLurBdays game dosed the local football season Local stores are beginning to take On a holiday appearance A -eon was born Tuesday night to Mr and Mrs Alfred Blott A considerable number of stole horses repoVted In this looallty Let it be recorded that the first day Of December was decidedly spring like The Collar residence on South street occupied by Lester Balrd Is undergoing repairs Many birds that usually get south early in the fall are still In evldenoe In this locality A son was born Sunday to Mr and Mrs John Houeer who reside one mile east of the village E E Hull and his men started work Monday on J R Tabers new house on High street Work in the Normal and union schools was resumed Monday after the Thanksgiving vacation While It J Neff was cranking his automobile Wednesday the engine kicked back and his right wrist waB badly injured Sidney Landon famous as a charac ter delineator wlllglvo the next num ber of the Collcgo lecturo c...

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. — 3 December 1909

STILL VhE LAND OF PROMISE That America la still looked upon as A land of promise by the people of for eign countries Is well Illustrated by the desertion ot 6ome 200 wen lrom the British warships which visited New York for the Hndson Fulton eel ebratlon The TJInted States Is still the lure of Europe says Cleveland Plain Dealer The Eldorado Is yet west of theAtlantlc The experience of the English fleet Is but a repetition of what has been met many times be fore by fleets visiting the American coast There Is always the tempta tion for the visiting tar to come ashore and forget to return Perhaps they have relatives In this country ready lo shield them and give them a home land a start in the new world Per Jhap3 they have merely absorbed the current European opinion that the vry to fortune and comfort lies through the gates of New York A striking contrast Is offered betweon the experience of the American fleet on Its recent world tour and the usual experience of the fleets visiting this...

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. — 3 December 1909

1SS ftfl k Royal Baking Powder is the day will koop Haugett busy nearly a year A dltoh is to crosa diagonally through Nolson township Portage couty Tho dltoh will reolalm upwards of 2000 aores ot swamp land In Portage county and will drain an area oomprls log about 7000 aores This Is ono of tho largest if not the largost dltoh pro jects in the history of the oounty Tha newspapers build your town why not help build up the newspapers Thore is no bettor advertisement In the world thin a good newspaper A news paper Is a barometer of the towns Industry Show us a good newspaper full of advertising and wo will show you a good town full ot live merchants Barker N Y itegistor Miss Lulle Maokey of Warren has line property between Nlles and Glrard known as MoKlnloy Heights She re cently purohased the bouse at Ulver slde near Mineral Ridge In which President MoKlnley was born and whloh was rapidly going into decay And wlllmove It to hor property and restore It to its former good condition Count...

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