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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 July 1910

ft ipt ning Jjisptcji issued weekly C FOWLER jCAN FIELD Editor OHlO TELEPHONE NO 48 1 i Termi of Subscription One Tear 100 Six Months h 60 Three Months 25 Single Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions 150 Special Notice Obituary Notices Resolutions of Re spect Cards of Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertain ments and the like where an admis sion fee Is charged will be charged for 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 J FRIDAY JULY 29 1910 TEN PAGES Columbus was kept right busy this reek taking care of the republican state convention and a street car strike Whatever else may be said of Un cle Joe Cannon he cannot be justly charged with being a coward or a quitter No ruralltes were in evidence in the delegation from this county to the re publican state convention held this week In Columbus The city fellows preempted all the places And some of them it is claimed have never made much noise on the...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 July 1910

z UiiilliilUlkiltitiiiiii Household Ul I I If I f M1 1 MFMTf nftfooa wiuVEBB tatifclnd toward evirybod bu a ffcwrful Influence Upon thV characGsrTMys Homo Gnat It lifts Ue1ifailJiBove petty Jealousies and titMHt encircles add enlargo lh wheW Iff e Where we Meet peo pie notter If ther arastrangeritf we feeia certain klnfoip with fend i f riSIMtaffilof IKeBi ir we have rtMtkVroortriiabit tiabit the good will bablt tnakei us feel i JefByMHrtByJoreverybody And If we radiate this helpful friendly feeling others -will reflect It back to ua On the other hand If we go through life with cold selfish Cen tal atUtudeearittoalyior btarlown always looking fbYthe inaln fchsnfee only thinking of Whalwlir ttfrttter our own interest our own comfort totally Indifferent to others this at titude will after a while harden the affections and we shall become atfpesBsaitKrahduninterestiiiE - if Firm Butter Without Ice iafaiblHes wEorethe dairy 11 maliiTgood plaiTfo nave the but- tercool and find without Ic...

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 July 1910

r rr i i A s J Wall Paper worth 10c to 25c 5c Per Roll Terms and Conditions of Sale THE JtAfcOHING DlSPJ 3h lywi iOO 5C rl A t 00 uw v iac t t SS FRIDAY JULY iwc ION t a J 1 4 f t - Hi ft M 4 i Xr mrzrr V h illH hhBjm b Vft b IH H H fev iVft h h i 1 The Trade Event of the Year the Greatest Wall Paper Sale in History This Wall Paper Sale has become too well known to particularize The preparation of this event has required so much time and care that it comes to you two weeks later than former years and as Tire shall soon commence our building operations makes it positively necessary to move or sell every roll of Wall Paper and to do it quickly 5C At 5c Prices Without Reserve are Made as Follows A roll are all goods which have here tofore been 7 1 10c 12 1 1 5c and 17 l 2c and also small lots up to 25c At 5c At 10c Are all papers without reservation the regular price of which has been tip to 25c and small lots that have sold from 35c to 50c At 10c At 25c Are a few very special things o...

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 July 1910

Heckwear Large lino Laoe Jabots trimmed wtta embroidery vat and baby Irish look liko26o ones Mill End Price 10c Womens Kerchiefs Special tot of pur linen Initial hand kerchiefs An ex cellent quality reirularlr IBe Mill WW End Bale price 10c Swiss Embroidery MO yards o line I Inches vide 1 4aa n 1IU yard special MM End price j lib 1 Allover Embroideries Entire Una o all over embroideries many beautiful patterns all dif ferent prion by each pleoe for the Mill -End tale Taffeta Ribbons Excellent duality In silk taffeta wn ovnuiuiu una of shades worth ISo the yard Mill End Bale 10c Ribbon Special Desirable line taffeta and Moire Ribbons U Inohes wide regular price Uc special Mill End price 15c Auto Veils Regular lxe ahd colors in chiffon Auto Veils all shades site ItxJT reciter 1100 val lies fill Ed price 150 Boys Clothing BW Bull mostly Knlokerboi styles sues I I 1 Popular OofjrtebtA lag Re As HbbbbVbUb14 iu to II ysars very t of regular sow Price A 248 Kens Hats All the newest shapes ...

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 July 1910

I DELEGATES WILL r f IG CAN D DATE OHIO REPUBLICAN LEADERS UN ABLE TO NAME MAN FOR GOVERNORSHIP GARFIELD AND HARDING MAKE GAINS Senator Burton Says Plainly That He Is Through With All Negotia tion on Man to Head Buck eye State Ticket Columbus O July 27 At mid night a few hours before the nomin ating session of the Republican state convention the party leaders are as far from being able to pick the candi date for governor as they were two months ago And this puzzling situa tion was made worse late at night when Senator Burton at midnight an nounced that he had quit He said plainly that he was through with all negotiations on the governorship and personally would take no part In the concluding scenes of the contest This means that Cuyahoga county With the largest delegation In the convention is left to vote as Its Indi vidual members desire Senator Bur tons action comes after many hours of futile search for a man to down James It Garfield Attempt after at tempt was made to get the ant...

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. — 5 August 1910

K f KNOW NO DULL 8EASON When people are uncertain as to their wants the wise merchant should see to It that his advertisement ap pears regularly in a largely circulated t newspaper like The Mahoning Dis patch Iwms 100 a Yar VOL XXXIV I IN THE SILENT CITY I This Is the month of family reun ions County teachers examination In Lisbon next Saturday Tho new building at Falrvlow mine 1b lighted by electricity Charles Hcatcon of Youngstown was here a few days last week Fred Longbottom was homo Satur day and Sunday from Sharon Pa Elmer Warner has Improved tho Lutheran church lawn with a mowing machine Edgar Kaufman a college chum of Rev C R Islcy spent a few dayB hero the past week Perry Crltchfleld and wife of Lou donvllle -were Sunday guests of tho Holler sisters west of town Tho Llxuel brothers have helped In the completion of a largo store room for W H Mulllns factory In Salem Steve Delvlc Is able to bo out and is rapidly recovering from injuries received In MUlvtlle mjino a few weeks a...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 5 August 1910

I vsririwfiw Complete Review of Happenlngi of i Greatest Interest from All Parts of the Globe Latest Home and For- elgn Items PER80NAL Governor Mann of Vitginla Blgnod a commission appointing ex Gov Claude A Swanson of Chatham to succeed tbo Into John V Daniel to tho United States senate The appointment Is for the unexpired term which will end on March 3 next King AUoubo and Queen Victoria have fled from Spain The young king dismayed at the bitter enmity shown towards his queen by the clericals sud denly left with her for England There gbo will bo safe during the dis orders which soon likely will rend that kingdom John G Carlisle secretary of tho treasury In President Clevelands cab inet who had been critically HI for the post two days died at bis apartments In New York of heart failure accompa nied by oedema of the lungs Reuben Todd of Dry brook Ulster county N Y better known as Rip Van Winkle to photographers and art ists the country over Is dead He was found drowned In Dry Brook ...

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. — 5 August 1910

IX W I HOME HAPPENINGS The Can field Lumber Co had a valuable draft horse die last Satur day There -will be a meeting Saturday at the fair ground of the board of county fair managers Communion service were held at the Presbyterian church last Sunday when a number of persons united with the church Heavy teaming over the roads In this vicinity causes them to soon be come V dusty that traveling Is made decidedly unpleasant Many Inquiries are being received for catalogues of the North Eastern Ohio Normal College This looks promising for a largo attendance The Mahoning County Teachers Institute will be held In Canfleld the week beginning Monday August 29 An able corps of Instructors has been Becured Put In a good word for the Nor mal college whenever opportunity of fers The Institution Is worthy of the eupport and encouragement of every friend of education The village board of education awarded the contract to furnish coal for the union school Ibulldlng to John Belts Sons their bid 230 p...

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. — 5 August 1910

If V it INFANTILE PARALYSS Al Tarlous points throughout the country there are -vivid recollections of the deaths due to the mysterious Outbreak of Infantile paralysis Not only children but elderly persons were amon Its victims At New York those -who died from the malady included a prominent business man and a prlpst -who had visited young members of his flock afflicted with lnfantllo paralysis and caught the Illness from them There were numerous cases In St Paul and Minneapolis Specialists In the Rockefeller laboratories at New York have been working on Infantile paralysis for a year using monkeys Jn experiments which have demonstra ted that it Is not due to an abnormal condition of the blood but is an in fectious disease of the spinal cord Despite acreful microscopic search for a distinctive microbe so far none has been found Experiments are now directed to the discovery of an anti toxin for infantile paralysis such as that which has been used with marked success in the treatment o...

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. — 5 August 1910

w m McFADDENS vided into two classes those wno know and those who do not know what they pre voting for or against Of this latter class the vast major ity would make no mistake at the ballot box Jf their want of knowledge on the Issues was not taken advan tage of during the campaign by the former class and they blindly lead to do at the polls Just what they would not do t left alone and free to follow the ibent of their own simple judgments as they Jn their simple hon esty form them The first class Is the real danger class They know and they are the fellows who lead this common herd astray at the polls Of this class s the present insurg ents Every one of these men have voted at each presidential and con gressional election ever since they have been voters to bring about the very condition of which they now complain and at the last three elec tions when the question was squarely nut thev voted for the doctrine of the standpatters not only that but were the cause ot leaning mis non eat...

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. — 5 August 1910

Cfct gtojroinj gisptcj ISSUED WEEKLY C C FOWUER - Editor CANTOBUD i i OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Terms of Subscription One Year 100 Six Months SO Three Months 25 Single Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions 150 Special Notice Obituary Notices Resolutions of Re spect Cards ot Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertain ments and the like where an admis sion fee Is charged will toe charged for 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 AUGUST 5 1910 Possibly Boss Cox of Cincinnati and 6enator Burton of Cleveland may be depended upon to keep up excitement in the republican camp with sarcastic interviews until the campaign opens in September On Tuesday Gov Harmon appoint ed attorney Charles Filllus of War ren to fill the vacancy on the circuit court bench of the seventh judicial district caused by the death of Judge J M Cook of SteubenvllleThe ap pointment of Mr Filllus is not only pleasing to Trumbulul ...

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. — 5 August 1910

u TheOldj if in Dtoom Jggggiiiii i sssssasssasaaHg a fie held the letter In hla hahd The cloaelr written page from home That found him In an alien land The man who heard the call to roam -Old-fashioned In each word and phrase With lines Bqueezed close for soke of room J Put this one message held hla gaze The old syrlnga Is In bloom -The old syrlnga bushl Me sighed And closed his eyes and mused awhile nd echoed memories replied To echoed song and tear and smile For he was back among the days- When quite the longest road he knew Was that which led him down boy ways And where the old syrlnga grew Jle minded how It woke each year All suddenly upon some morn To shake with blossoms white and sheer As those that may a bride adorn And how the honey bees aroused And came to rifle all the store Of sweetness which the blossoms housed The nectar which their cups would pouj And then the winding path that went Through lines of warder hollyhocks Where honeysuckles softly bent To whisper to the mod...

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. — 5 August 1910

i i y 5 t 9 9 DW ROOSEVELT TALKS WITH THE MINERS INVESTIGATES HOW WORKERS LIVE IN TOWNS OF THE KEY8TONE STATE ccranton Pa Aug 3 Theodore Roosevelt whirled Into town In a motor car yesterday expecting that in a quiet mysterious way he would investigate mill and mine conditions with no one looking on Before he had been here halt an hour the whole town knew of It and the mystery was exploded The ex president all day long and up to the time his automo bile was headed over the hills to Wllkesbarre where he spent the night kept himself on the go lie talked with miners shook their grimy hands watched pale faced mill tlrls work and to top It off had din ner along with John Mitchell of the United Mine Workers at the home of Bishop Hoban of the Roman Catho lic diocese of Scranton Received Heartily by Miners Colonel Roosevelt revelled In the days doings While he absorbed a lot of information concerning the Utps led by the miners and mill girls what Eeemed to please him especially was the spont...

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. — 12 August 1910

K P KNOW NO DULL SEASON When people are uncertain as to their wants the wise merchant should see to It that his advertisement ap pears regularly In a largely circulated newspaper like The Mahoning Dis patch Terms 100 4 Tsar y VOL XXXIV I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL CLEANINGS By Peter M Herold We are living we are dwelling In p grand and awful time In an age on ages telling To be living is sublime The world Is growing better Samuel Frederick Is laid up with stomach trouble Miss Lizzie Brady has returned home from Pittsburg Miss Eflle Schnurrenberger spent Saturday in Canfleld A modified form of cholera morfbus has half this village in its grasp Thomas Orindle and wife of Canton spent Sunday here with relatives and friends Bert Simpson and wife of Mineral Ridge spent Sunday here with his parents Mrs A L Taylor and son Loron visited a few days In Youngstown and Cleveland Miss Effle Weikart of Leetonia was here Saturday calling on friends and former neighbors Godleib Wise and wife of Oirard 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. — 12 August 1910

m J Greater Exclusive Dry Goods House ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review ot Happenings of Greatest Interest from All Part of the Globe Latest Home and For eign Items PERSONAL Oh I am so glad to see you cried Mrs Abbey A Brown hixly tuo years old as hlie greeted her ton Charles in Saginaw Mich after a long separa tion The next moment bhe dtopped dead of heart trouble Pi evident Montt of Chile Is uuuble to sleep on American feathers and Oio hotel proprietors In New York where he Is stopping have had made for him two new ones from horsehair the same as is used in his native coun try Jake L Hainon of Law ton the man who Senator Gore swore had attempt ed to bribe him and who Congressman Creager said had made Improper over- tures In order to influence Creagers support In legislation of interest to Hamon testified before the congres sional committee at Muskogee Okla declaring that the story told by Creager was untrue and that when Gore said that he Hamon had bor rowed money from Gore th...

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. — 12 August 1910

W HOME HAPPENINGS noon at forty miles an hour Tho law against scorching evidently has no terrors for that driver At tho meeting of tho board of county fair managers in this placo last Saturday plans were made for many lmnrovcments on tho Grounds It is tho intention to make tho fair to be held Sept 27 28 and 29 tho best ever Services at tho Presbyterian church will be held next Sunday at the usual hours Tho pastor Rev It E Pugb and family who have been attending tho Bible Conference at Grove City Pa will arrive homo Frl day evening The Normal college has put In an English courso for tho coming year which bids fair to become very popular In this courso one can grad uate without taking Latin the bug bear which causes bo many students to drop out of high school Illinois a trotting stallion with a record of 212m owned by C A McMahon and M J Crowe and valued at 3O00 was taken with colic while fn a Canfleld stable Wednesday eve ning Indigestion developed Thurs day morning and In tho aftern...

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. — 12 August 1910

11 i W I NOW V 1 ml rl ifLTk fijgy2ip7 7i 6 BOYS SUITS 4 QA NOW sntv c 7 BOYS SUITS C 7ft NOW vePIV 8 BOYS SUITS jg Oft 9 BOYS SUITS gg QA WATCH THE PAPERS Every Day a Hew Special UNDERWEAR SALE 50c ALL COLOES 39c 100 ALL COLORS 69c EVERY STYLE THATS MADE 100 UNION SUITS 79c 150 UNION SUITS 115 200 UNION SUITS 139 250 UNION SUITS 159 um it K NOTHING CHARGED DURING THIS GREAT SALE CHILDRENS BLOUSE WAISTS AND SHIRTS ALL COLORS 39c WE DO kS WE mmiSE oino nin D THE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY AUGUST 12 1910 v J SUMMER SUITS SIS SUITS NOW 18 SUiTS NOW S2Q SUITS NOW 32 SUITS NOW 48 SUITS NOW 32 B SUiTS NOW 330 SUITS NOW 333 SUITS NOW 1050 1550 S 1950 Wt Have 43 Suits worth from 10 to 15 S690 P SV JjFj i HMSeMMlliMHBMBH9ffHHHMHHHHHHiMH HflB9flHflH ff T BT j T 4 f v- -- - i 1 j U 6 3j J i 9V J 1 i 4 jl 11l11 H iSSHHjiBlBSPBllHnr i r HH w l JHHP a 19aBKbtaBHPS9BF I i fir aBBBBBBal I I tBBWWmmi I I I I k r Jfl 3 ii VhBt P - 4 r l 1 1 I MkmIIPkvbW l H IH R JHHBl H a Ww S 1 oWI B HBr p wfl 91 ffiB...

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. — 12 August 1910

W f V t EEgY MAN USES THEM j 3vcentWiiii Venfifated Underwear closing out at Genuine B V D Under wear closing out at 37c 100 Union Suits elastic rib closing out at 69c riculture shows that ihe prospect for T - i l IJ IA tnA lino In ne wneai rnu in te greased thaeCulvalenRot a half bush 2 j acreSVce the July r art rep jresentlng 841JW7 vlnlhe tataJyleW 29 tbusfceli The oats condition has i4 tW ilvMrijr tB7uTy report to 108 A tree vleld U romlsed though the ata Jswrt4 baalp lodged in many artso me luuii - T slyeu oa cor9 P r IS cent Fancy Dress Socks Closing out at 9c 25 cent Reversible Wash Ties closing out at I2ic 100 Dress Straw Hats stiff or soft closing out at 33c McFADDENS 247 W Federal Street e LOCAL NEWS ITEMS lathered In Town Cointjr nd Nelffaborhood Friends yearly meeting at Da mascus August 23 30 Lets all bo boosters There Is nothing In the knocking game More than GO00 people attended the closing session of the Scoring camp meeting last Sunday Mrs W W Coy of Salem In re new...

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. — 12 August 1910

ftt K ih Ct Ulajjomnjj JtsjaUj ISSUED WEEKLY i C C FOWLER - Editor f AUSTINTOWN OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 n 1 1 1 1 1 Terms of Subscription One Year 100 Six Months 50 Three Months 25 Single Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions fl50 Special Notice Obituary Notices Resolutions of Re spect Cards ot Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertain ments and the like where an admis sion fee Is charged will be charged for at the rate of one half cent a word These must be paid for in advance or charged to responsible parties order Jng the same FRIDAY AUGUST 12 1910 The democratic state committee figures that the middle of September will Ibe early enough to open the fall campaign The Pittsburg Post asks why all this wholesale denunciation of Sena tor Burton in Ohio republican papers Wasnt he for Longworth and Long Worth tor Roosevelt and Roosevelt for Taft and arent the Ohio republi cans for Taft What is the matter John J Whltacre of Canton detn ocratic candidate for congress in this district is ...

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. — 12 August 1910

hat GAYNOR IS SHOT ON OCEAN LINER MAYOR OF GREATER NEW YORK WOUNDED BY DISCHARGED CITY EMPLOYE New York Aug 10 The final bulle tin of last night concerning Mayor flayiiors condition was issued at 12 oclock by Dr F C Wolff visiting physician to St Mfrys hospital It eald Mayor Gaynor Is doing as well as could be expected He has slept ome he is perfectly conscious and -there seems to be no evidence of in fection In the wound A little while ago he awoke and asked for water We gave him a little brandy and Ice His respiration Is right and his pulse U good New York Aug 10 William J Gaynor mayor of the city of New York while saying his last farewells to a group of his friends on the prom enade deck of the North German Woyd steamer Kaiser Wllhelm Der Grossc at 940 oclock In the morning was suddenly attacked from behind by an armed man who sent a bullet Into bis neck and another one into his back before he could be stopped The mayor was bo badly Injured that It Is not believed he can recover ...

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