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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 8 April 1910

ii I fc it i i 4 il 4 J i i If 1 I I PROPHETS WITHOUT HONOR In this age of skepticism when na tives of the state or Missouri seem to be lsurprisingly numerous and the prin ciple of seeing Is believing has been carried to extremes the professional prophets who Issue almanacs of prog nostication hate enjoyed a peculiar Immunity Every year the credulous and superstitious hasten to buy their publications and to marvel at the wide Vange of predictions which they comprise While the circulation of these almanacs Is more extensive In Great Britain than In this country It Is not gratifying to our national pride to learn that 100000 copies are pre pared ahnually for American consump tion But even at this late day some of the dupes are getting wise and beginning to check up the prophets comparing promise with performance says Pittsburg Gazette Times Zad lei Old Moore and other of the nostlcators who make their headquar ters In London have been subject to this process and the result should not ...

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. — 8 April 1910

h jtJtjtiJitjtjtjtjljltijtjtJ 3 LOCAL NEWS ITEM I - r fc - r Utbered la Town Coflnty and rtogMttrhMe1 jf jttt 0JJ jCj j This Is Atbor Day Plant at least one tree The next meeting of the Ohio Teachers Association is to be held at Cedar Point June 28 29 30 Emll Schoup of Lima Allen coun ty Is leasing considerable land In Green township which will be tested lor oil Alliance triple linkers are prepar ing to entertain in fine style the Odd Fellows grand lodge which meets Ihere In June The Damascus academy will close the years work May 14 with three graduates Edna Dalzell Donald Win ale and Wlil Ladd W U Doud of Chicago writes -Enclosed please And 1 for another years subscription to the Dispatch as we flndlt Is the only sure way of Belting news from onr frlendi and Government census taking begins Friday April 15 and the work must 0e completed in villages and cities In two weeks longer time is given In tlfo rural districts See to It that you are properly listed Mrs Jennie Carter of Albion ...

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. — 8 April 1910

r tj nmMM tvi K M hf ev Ha e i ISSUED WEEKLY C C FOWLER - Editor CANFIELD t OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Terms of Subterlptlon Oae Tear 4 L00 eu Months W Three Months S5 jBAngo Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions 150 Special Notice Obituary Notices Resolutions of Re jpect Card of Thanks and notice of church and charitable entertain ments and the like where an admis sion fee Is charged will be charged tar at the rate of one halt cent a word These most be paid for In advance or charged to responsible -parties order ing the same FRIDAY APRIL 8 1910 TEN PAGKES Columbus Is determined to hold a place In the pudIIc eye She Is on the verge of a big street car strike Republican candidates for county offices are out hustling for support and their number Is so large that they make a lot of noise Gov Judson Harmon Is up and at cm every minute He believes in equal justice to every man whether republican or democrat Hon Randall Andersons bill legal izing Sunday base ball passed the houso Wednesday by a bare c...

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. — 8 April 1910

Mi ft - lIKil11 Vr fi jppvi until fO Should Ueed Just Ahtad of WwrterJirtrtfcf Wh Over Flint To get bod crop of corn we should ln te itant for ittot a yea ahead y RPWf Tiyfer oiihe jew Harap lre tmtakuml college In the New Enthc Go ontto the Held Jmt before chtilng time and -with a fire cent hall of- red string In ydur pocket Oo through the corn ad pick out enefatfc efcrs for yxrot own seed and aw etae for your neighbor be cause he will be care to want eome next sjirine select those ears which are moat matare which are well filled Hit fcotK ensVj which have a amall wank attachment to the stalk which are god ttxe and which come from gbeeV large vleeromr stalks MVirk these ears with the red string afad when hiHklBgUyv them aside and then Store away In a cool dry place for the winter Always test seed Poor ears Elvepoer stands ftcdieoof atand Axe h small yields We found at the station last year a variation In production of 37 to 78 bushels per acre from differ enfeats of the sarrie vari...

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. — 8 April 1910

i I 7nr lupuuipiptww vp - - - - - - - tSMM y I i f li - s WFZfW THE stARTfNO 6F THE LAMBS Should be Well Nourished Twins Need Especial Care as do the Ewes Which Mother Them With a good start the Tace Is hatt won Few flock owners are fully aware of the great Importance of giv ing the little lamba a good vigorous start In life I was recently attending a state Institute where the subject ol Profitable sheep husbandry was ably spoken on by a successful sheep grower In New York and In the ad dress the point was strongly empha sized that the real secret of making sheep raising profitable lies in the liberal feeding of the growing lambs says a writer in the New York Tri bune Fanner On most farms where eheep are kept as an adjunct to the farm livestock the problem of giving the growing lambs the best possible care during the entire year becomes a serious proposition and one that demands no small amount of fore thought The great drawback to sheep raising as conducted on the average farm is t...

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. — 8 April 1910

VhJSk fJS AT BGHQQLARETERR1BLE 1ITTLE ONES FORCED TO PIATE WITH VICIOU8 EN 8AY8 8ENAT0R MEMBERS OF THE UPPER HOUSE FINANCE COMMITTEE VISIT INSTITUTION Columbus Apr 6 The Ohio legis lature may yet do something to cor rect the evils of the Girls Industrial school at Delaware an institution which according to Senator Lawyer of Ashtabula is a disgrace to clvlllza tlon Lawyer and Senator Baker of Cincinnati both members of the sen ate finance committee made an in spection of the institution Condition at Delaware are twice ns bad as I had been told said Lawyer it is terrible LUtlo girls of ten whose only crime Is that they have parents who will not support them or no parents at all are crowded in with girls of 18 hd 20 whose morals are loose Their very presence Is a contamination to the tittle ones who are forced to be In their company Two girls are forced to sleep In one bed The rooms are only cplls poorly ventilated and damp Two of the buildings In which they lire look as If they had no...

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. — 8 April 1910

r m i I fc f r i f if 11 TtTUWBSTOWM HITBYTORNADO Twelve People Injured Houtes Over- turned Store Unroofed and Buildings Demolished THE INJURED Frank Gallac leg nearly severed by flying state Breno Moralo body lacerated by late Moses Friedman head cut when tore fell Joseph Friedman head and hands lacerated by glass Andrew Hartze head and eyes In jured 8 T Cover head gashed Mary Black cut on head by timbers Emily Watson head lacerated by glass Mrs William Cox hurt when house overturned Mrs George Hamburg and two children Injured when dwelling upset Youngstown 0 Houses were over turned stores unroofed and build JnKB demolished In a tornado which swept eastern Youngstown Damage estimated at more than 100 000 resulted Twelve persons were seriously Injured two of whom are In the City hospital In less than three minutes the fun nel shaped cloud swept a tract one mile long and one quarter mile wide In Its wake It left only devastation Darkness llko that of night preceded the storm which wa...

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. — 15 April 1910

9 i Hi YOUR PRINTED STATIONERY Should be the kind that does you credit If In doubl as to Just what your requirements are call up or on the Dispatch and let us assist you In the matter Our job printing and prlcea will please you AnMi 180 a Tar VOL XXXIV I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herald We are dreaming now of Halley Of Halley and of his comets tail listen to the mocking bird etc Lawn mowers In use about town Win A Cox is plastering and pa pcrhangtng in Salem Automobiles are more numerous here this year than ever Guy Matzenbaugh of Mulling works at Salem was hero Sunday Fred Davis Is working at the ma chinist trade In Youncstown Mumps and measles oro prevalent at Mlllvllle and Jersey Ridge Emll Mollo and A Guchemand were in Youngstown Sunday afternoon Alex Wlnrose was homo Sunday from the Whinery farm near Salem Jos Woods residence and the cot tage hotel have recently been plumb Walter Bowman Is able to be out of the house with the aid of a crutch ed for gas One of o...

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. — 15 April 1910

v Xi r its i ui v e L iff ra WPM GENERAL NEWS I The interstate commerce commis sion has unequivocally taken Jurisdic tion of Pullman company rates and lias emphasized that assumption of putborlty by reducing the companys ates In a half dozen notable Instances President Taft In a speech before the League of Republican clubs at Washington enunciated a call to party jnlty und a statement of his attitude toward Insurgency which brought the iners to their feet with yells of ap proval The president declared he lad no quarrel with the Insurgents that he sought to read no one out of the party but that be proposed to de mand the party should Judge its mem bers by the support they give to the party legislation during the remain ing months of the present session of jcongress Ex President Roosevelt opened a bow boulevard which has been named piter him and accepted honorary citi zenship of the ancient and historic Itjr of Porto Maurizio Italy amid a repetition of the same popular en thusiasm whi...

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. — 15 April 1910

HOME HAPPENINGS Measles epidemic la the village Is abating Freezing weather Tuesday and Wednesday nights may have Injured fruit Telephones have been placed In the residences of A Hhrxsaw S F BwelUer and Rev J C Schaaf Street Commissioner H L Son nedecker Is having the roads about town scraped and approaches to street crossings Improved There will be a meeting of the board of county fair managers at the fair grounds this Friday morning beginning at 10 oclock The plant of the Canfleld Mfg Novelty Co was shui down Monday and Tuesday while boiler and other repairs were being made The auto bus operated by the Canfleld Transfer Co between Can fleld and Youngstown is Increasing in popularity and patronage The machinery In the plant of the Buckeye Handle Co was started Wednesday and the filling of orders will begin within a few days There will bo a special meeting of Argus Lodge F A M this Friday evening to confer the M M degree on one or more candidates A K Xsborn lost on the street last S...

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. — 15 April 1910

l fc i 19 Prof aKCTTOuruwmp vmgtemTmvmmirmtWm UNFURL UNCLE SIS FUG Expedition Provided with Brooklyn- Mans Maps and Data Endeavors to Follow His Suppoeed Route but Falls to Verify Story of Ascent Fairbanks Alaska Apr 13 The Fairbanks expedition to Mount McKln ley the highest peak In North Amer ica reached the summit April 3 after a climb of one month from the base It was announced here No traces of Dr Frederick A Cooks alleged ascent were found Thomas Lloyd leader of the expedition arrived here His com panions were Daniel Patterson W R Taylor and Charles McOonnlgle All reached the top of the mountain No Trace of Cooks Trail The expedition which was provided with Dr Cooks maps and data en deavored to follow his supposed route but utterly failed to verify any part of his story of an ascent Dr Cook claimed to have ascended Mount Mo Kinley and to have reached tho sum mit on September 16 1908 lie said that he had left at the top of the mountain proofs that he had been there Mount McKlnle...

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. — 15 April 1910

A LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Qatkered la Towh Coaaty aad Nelffcborhood Howdy ABBessor or census enumerator The fifth trolley convention of Columbiana county K of P lodges iSvIll be held In Wsbon next I day night Odd Fellows residing In and near Set ring have organized a lodge and rented a hall in the Heacock build- 1ng at flebrlng Warrens- new federal building costing nearly flOOOOO Is nearlng completion and the postofllce has teen moved Into the new quarters The first iBoxwell Patterson ex aralnatlon will De held In Youngstown Saturday At the first examination last year there were 225 applicants tor diplomas Close to 200 gallons of liquors -confiscated In raids iby officers In Sa lem and Leetonla and shipped to Lis bon was by order of court last week poured Into a sewer Fred Blank 90 years old and a resident of Loys Corners Trumbull county for 40 years died last week and was burled Saturday In the Liberty-Union cemetery Jas Qulgley leading citizen and prominent Odd Fellow of HuVbard died laB...

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. — 15 April 1910

I m t I I B KlWi ZjgWWWfP ty Ironing gisptcg ISSUED WEEKLY JC C FOWLER Editor CANFIELD OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Term of Subscription One Year L00 Six Months GO Three Months 25 Single Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions 160 Special Notice ntiiiai Motlfoa RnanlnHnnn of Tie ments and the like where an admis sion fee Is charged will be charged or at the rate of one half cent a word These must be paid for in advance or charged to responsible parties order ing the same FRIDAY APRIL 15 1910 TEN PAGKES The forty third annual convention of the National American Woman Suf frage Association opened Thursday in Washington D C and will continue until next Tuesday Many disting uished women are In attendance Weston the aged pedestrian In his walk from the Pacific to Atlantic coast is well across Ohio feeling fine and ahead of schedule He is a wonder of endurance duo to right Jiving His example is one to be emulated Hon John J Whlttacre of Canton is a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress In 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. — 15 April 1910

-- YOOR KY Hat6 yon ever noticed how many hood 7 Aha had It ever occurred to roBiUtall oftieso bad boys belong lOtmilits otetthan your own la Ifraol a reUy remarkable fact that when thero la trouble In the neighbor hood that Involves your boys and oth er boys It Invariably happens that the other boya are In the wrong Have you oyer thought that the disposition of parents to rushto the defense of Ahelr boys without proper Hon of thlr childrens responsibility for tho trouble of which they com plain may do their little ones serious harm He is a rare man Indeed who comlns outrof a serious difficulty con fesses that ho was In the wrong Pos sibly one reason why there are so few such men Is because In childhood the men of the future are permitted to Consider that they are Invariably in the right in their difficulties with neighbors children The foregoing is suggested by a lit tle Incident to which the writer was a witness the other day The parents of a boy who is about 14 or 15 years old we...

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. — 15 April 1910

M1 wwwwwrtwlhww1 IWWMWITMT T i mwmrWrWW - - j - - m - HKT WW I i i ii i v fc C j - - -5 ii P - 0 irriitION in DRY nEGIONS it - Englishmen traveling In this country are prone to criticise the United States for its lack of historical perspective to note Us deficiency in the matter of tra dition and ancient customs says Wash ington star They aver that we aa a people have little reverence for an cient things and hint that possibly It Is because wo have no ancient things and therefore have not cultivated an esthetic appreciation of the past These critics are far from Just for they over look much that Is traditional and Insti tutional In American affairs Our cit ies are full of landmarks relics of a none too lovely past reminders of In convenience and danger The modern izing spirit has not Bwept away nil the ancient and honorable features of American life And In the high places there Is n reverence for the antique comparable with the officially drama tized British fear of explosion In the...

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. — 15 April 1910

SENATE POSTPONES VOTE ON PHONE BILL Legislative lobby appears 8TR0NGER THAN EVER IN ITS EFFORTS -Columbus April IS Consideration Mt the Elson telephone merger bill ras postponed in the senate until next uesday by a vote of 17 to 13 The iblg teleDhono lobby on the lob rer than ever Is confident of sufficient rotes to put it over the plnte There Is strong support for the bill ust as It stands in the senate despite ae revelations being made before the Ihouse investigating committee Representative Langdon chairman of the probing committee on the wit ness stand told that Simon Cronln B Bell Telephone Co employe knew ho Fwas to be named as the man who of- kfered Representative Pears of Lima 100 to vote for the bill During the toccss granted Representative Pears to make up his mind whether he would name his man or persist In refusing to do so Langdon testified he met Cron ln Cronln complained of being sick For the fifth consecutive year the tiouse of representatives headed off a bill deman...

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. — 15 April 1910

fft h m i r V Ei t F i I P r HUNDREDS SUPRDUWD JE Crowd Demand Life of Man Accused of Murder at Bremen Defendant Said to Havo Boasted About Slashing Victim to Death with Knife Zanesvllle Apr 13 Outwitting mob of BOO excited people -who threat ened to lynch Harry Wallace charged with the murder of Samuel Rosenbery an oil well driller at Bremen Sheriff DefTenbaugh of Fairfield county took four prisoners from the City hall there And drove out of town in automobiles just as the mob discovered the de ception plans Body Horribly Mangled Wallace who Is a shoemaker Roa enbery Mike Standlsh Frank Cam eron and Tom Ward the last three drillers gathered in the woods half a mile east of Bremen the center of re cent oil strikes for a keg party A quarrel ensued between Wallace and Rosenbery It is alleged that Wallace drew a long shoe knife and attacked te driller Rosenbery was horribly mangled at least six long gashes be ing In evidence one of the thrusts penetrating the left lung Rosenberys death...

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 April 1910

YOUR PRINTED STATIONERY Should be the kind that docs yon credit It In doubt as to Just what your requirements art call up or on the Dispatch and let ua assist you In the matter Our Job printing and prices will please yon Terms 190 a Yar VOL XXXIV I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold J B Gilbert spent a few days this week In Jittsburg John W Paslch was home from Eld nau Pa over Sunday Chester and Clyde Birth of Alliance were here Sunday with relatives Uncle Sam has 755100 census tak ers at work among the American peo ple Robert Fleming of East Palestine Bpflnt Sunday with the family of J D Smith Fred Bossert was home from Alli ance Sunday and Fred Longbot tom from Sharon Friday was pay day and there was a large crowd in town Saturday night from dry territory Miss Grace Chappel of Balem was entertained at the home of Miss Marie Wclkart a day last week Geo Klrcher and Miss Hattle Sanz cnbacher of Youngstown Bpent Sun day at the Cottage hotel Ernest Allen went through a s...

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 April 1910

i p 3T3 Kh ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review of Happenings of Greatest Interest from All Parts of the Globe Latest Home and For eign Items PER60NAL Corporal Albeit Mycr Jr of the sig nal corps United States army sta tioned at Fort Myer near Washing ton is a millionaire Recently he passed an examination for promotion to lieutenant After serving 17 days as social sec retary to Mrs Taft In the White House at Washington Miss Mary D Spiers has resigned and has resumed lier duties In the war department Anthony J Drexel Jr of Philadel phia and Miss Marjorle Gould eldest daughter of George Jay Gould were married In New York It is announced authoritatively by General Drayton the Republican lead er of Rhode Island that Senator Aid rich under no circumstances will be a candidate for re election to the United States senate Poor health Is given as the cause Rosalind Norrls a lew York so ciety girl who was so badly burned by gasoline in an automobile collision that she cannot -wear a low neck...

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 April 1910

SI t HOME HAPPENINGS Not much interest manifested In garden making these days John Toot is having his South Broad street residence painted The sort of weather expected In early March Is mixing it up -with late April Everybody put a shoulder to the -wheel and make Canfleld the best lit tle town in this quarter of Buckeye- dom Road conditions have been such since Monday tbt no trips have been made by tho Canfield Youngstown The regular monthly meeting of the local Masonic lodge will bo held this FrldXy evening There will be work in the M M degree The Girls Club met Wednesday night Miss Helena Delfs noting as hostess at her home on the Salem road A most enjoyable time was had Census enumerator N W Bar ringer for Canfleld is making bis rounds in the village and in about ten days will We at -work In the town ship -See to It that the census enumer ator has opportunity to list every mothers son and daughter in Can fleld It is Important that every nose be counted The excellence of Canfleld ...

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