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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 11 December 1908

I V t v 1 n B te Hft Nfe rw rjkf MONEY CE2ERFITLLY REFUNDED NcGultfanisraa Tie thing that Is always in stock to 1MMB ywti wi tw uurrvr nv 7 wwmmmMmmgkiKGmmmmmmBma J V- rfTT a- 7r i W fXT7 - - - - THE MASONING jpiSPAUOli FRIDAY DECEMBER ll 10 N win hi i i ii Vrn i ii mi VdiiMiii i wwii J w w N Sy 37 M Ita tbe bill collector who stands the bestxibanoe of finding people out Bote laws making em ait up and take notioe of the vanishing of the rev- WW Good clothes for men and boys and nothing else WE LEAD THE FASHION IHHHHHHHHHHHHHH The mother tongue Isnt pure English whea the badys around It is rtwut but the foot that people manege to pick flaws when the have their pick Todays worry is but the effect of yes terdays carelessness Nothing reveals the taste of your closest friends more truly bu their serapbookar Inside information generally comes a long way round Up inNlles theyll regard it a treat to hear a fellow- ask then down to YouBgetown Trust fortune for fickleness but when it comes to...

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. — 11 December 1908

if i i ft 131 V 1 1 IT - STUNG Schneiders Joke on Ills Wife Gets Slightly Mixed Mr Schneider proprietor of a small saloon was approached by a young man who ottered to bet the drnks that Schnleder did not know liow many doors he had In his place Of course Schneider took It up knowing well that ho only had two doors In the place front door and side doof Tho young man said three front door side door nnd cuspidor It took Schneider some tme to grasp tho meaning of the jke and after some deliberation he resolved to tell It to his wife On going home that evening he asked Lena How many doors haf I got In der saloon Two doors replied Lena front door and side door You vas stung again re pled Schneider his face beam ing with pleasure at the approach ing joke on his wife I haf threo doors front door side door und spittoon From Judges Library NO JOKE pn ri r tttr I trf 77 ifflj 1 P TTrt - Ymi FFTI 1 sk i A felow ho claimed for a Joke Jtan away with a young ladys cloak Jtan a block and a half fro...

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. — 11 December 1908

I s f 1 I I 4 u 1 MEANT FOR TRIFLES OLD FASHIONED PINCH M08T CONVENIENT BlAG Buttons Needle and the Little Odds and Ends of the Sewing Room Kept at Hand In This Receptacle Por holding a few buttons n paper -of needles and a spool of thread or iwo there is nothing in the way of a bag that is more convenient that the old fashioned pinch kind It i9 largo nough to serve as an ordinary travel ing work bag and there are no draw ing strings or ribbons to be bothered with Nothing could be simpler than the flat mouth which closes itself and li pinched open The pinch bag derives its name from this opening which Is fitted with two short stiff whalebones Ribbon is best to make the bag of When silk by the yard is used seams must be turned and there Is always more or less trouble in giving them a neat finish inside Take a quarter of a yard of plain or flowered ribbon about three Inches In width or wider if liked and trim both ends evenly Flowered rib bon of this width Is something of a rarity eve...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 11 December 1908

II i h r i gMjafcJWanMrtTWiTO POLICE CLASH WITH FANATICS TWO KILLED AND THREE FATAL LY WOUNDED AT KAN SAS CITY STREET PREACHERS IN RIOT Officers Met by Volley of Bulleti When They Seek to Preserve Order Bloody Fight Follows Kansas City Mo Dec 9 In the shadow of the city hall a riot In which religious fanatics and policemen were participants and during which 100 shots were fired Tuesday afternoon resulted In the death of Policeman A 0 Dalbow probably fatal Injuries to four persons and Blight Injuries to two others Those probably fatally In Jured nro John Sharp known as Adam Dod a street preacher Michael Mul lane a patrolman Patrick Clark a police sergeant and Lola Pratt aged 12 Tho troublo occurred while the itrcets were crowded with people While tho fight was In progress tho participants traversed an entire block Probation Officer Holt of the Juve tllo court on Tuesday went to inves tigate a case of alleged nbductlon John Sharp known as Adam God jvas exhorting a crowd With Sharp wer...

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. — 18 December 1908

jmtimimimsum 4 i - i ThE MAHONINQ DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Terms 100 a Tear YOL XXIL V mif T zf4 n Wht s5 M SALEMS SHOPPING CENTER The Christmas Crowds Are Coming Yesterday was another busy day and the whole Blore was crowded with Holiday shoppers all eager in their quest o the Christmas Now is the time to do your buying and have the added advantage of the widest assortment Rich Purs for Gifts The finest collection of Christmas Furs we ever gathered is here for your chooBing We offer you Furs of fine quality and elegantly fashioned and you can depend absolutely upon their reliability because they corne from the Converse Store Black Lynx Blue Lynx Black Wolf Siberian Martins American Mink Fox Blended Squirrel etc Gift Handkerchiefs By the Thousands A large display of truly artistic patterns assem bled from the leading mills of Ireland and Switzer land as -well as our own country 5c to 500 each Umbrellas No ordinary showing these the line Ib compos ed of the ...

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. — 18 December 1908

V sv i - I H A J All t tl r l B r f L Si L l 4 tfU iCT p ff 31 ir K L A S- ft r A Wt THE FORDYCE OSBORNB CO YOUNOSTOWN OHIO CHRISTMAS SPECIALS Christmas Buying at This Store Is In Full Sway Just Now In AH Departments Two Important Specials for Your Shopping Trip Here They Are The Fur Store in Christinas Dress Up to the present time we have sold more Furs for the holiday remembrances than ever in our history Prices and qualities must be right to do this Well begin a special Fur Sale the par ticular feature of which will be the low prices If youre interested in Christmas Furs come here Weve had a remarkable selling of Furs for the Holiday Gifts More yet to sell Will have a very special 1000 assortment for you here Squirrel Muffs Blended Squirrel Muffs Jap Mink Muffs Blended Squirrel Ties and Scarfs Gray Squirrel Ties and Scarfs River Mink Ties and Scarfs Jap Mink Scarfs Persian Paw Scarfs Gray Fox Scarfs regular value up to 1450 choice for 1000 Cut Prices on Fur Coats Too Many the Cau...

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. — 18 December 1908

M A- 4 r w HOME HAPPENINGS Christmas one week from tod ay i J Rv Tabor Is preparing to build a barn on bit lot on Lisbon street Werley and his company are this week playing to good houses in town hall 0 H Hlno has had a large wind mill erected on hla arm west ol the vll lage A elate root has been placed on James Williams1 West Main street res idence CanOeld merohanta are enjoying a fine trade In holiday goods of whloh they show large stockB M6ro rain came last Friday but not anywhere near enough to meet the needs of many localities Mrs Lulu Duok has had an aoety lene lighting plant placed In her resi dence on West Main street Dogs are so scarce on Canfield streets that the Impression prevails that there are now few In town The Normal and the Dublto schools will close nest week Thursday hollday vacation of 11 or Yi days Such gloomy days as Thursday are calculated to mane tne Drigni ones more appreciated when they come Mrs Ann Geo pleasantly enter tained a company of lady friends Wed ...

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. — 18 December 1908

A Llfei Romanee From London comes a story of the Good old fashioned stamp a real life romance in -which two workhouse foundlings have been translated to a mansion of wealth and made heirs of a rich West End couple It seems al most too good to be true yet the Marylobone board of guardians have Siren it publicity About five weeks ago a letter was received by the work louse committee It was evident the writer was a cultured and wealthy woman We have no children said the writer and we are anxious to adopt a baby boy and girl Have you any foundlings in your workhouse Jn reply to a letter the writer called She was a handsome and fashionably dressed woman They took her to the childrens ward and showed her two little foundlings babies about fifteen months old They wero plump well nourished extremely pretty and healthy children How sweet they are exclaimed the woman fondling the babies What aro their names William Seymour and Mary Oxford was tho answer but tho explanation of these aristocrat...

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. — 18 December 1908

l 3 llBiMiKUgU0tttJr HWe4giJjflBBWBlBlBB LOCAL NEWS ITEMS fno Neighborhood PUBLISHERS ANNOUNCEMENT As tho next publication day o the Dispatch falls on Christmas when there will be no delivery of mail by rural car riers the paper will be Issued Wednes day evening next week Id order that It may reach readers ahead ot time In stead of one day late Correspondents and advertisers will please take notice and send their favors early for next week This week started In more like spring than winter Make it a merry Christmas for eome poor deserving soul J G G I fiord 00 years old died in Warren Sunday night of pneumonia Miss Lelohonsteln a tenohor in the Iilsbon sohools 1b Buffering from diph theria Mrs Margaret Cumtulngs died in Glrard Sunday at the advanced age of 87 years Railroads will give special holiday rates in territory between Chicago and Pittsburg Mrs Dorcas Gaskllt a prominent pioneer resident o Warren died Sun Tay aged 83 years Better hustle girls If you are dis posed to tako adva...

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. — 18 December 1908

s M00P7 -- 1 - X IV C C FOWLKB t Editor OANFIELD Canadian subscriptions IL50 SPECIAL KOTICJE OHIO TELKPHONE NO ASS TERMS OF 8TJB8CHIPTI0N c Months roe Monthl - 80 25 03 Cards OHtuarrNotloei Resolutions of RrpeetCe at Thanka and notloes of church tad ebari table en tertainments and the like where an admission fee h oharsed will be ebard for at the rate el one Ball eent a word These nut b paid for In ad iwn or charted to responsible parties ordarlng FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 1908 Looks as though wet spots in Ohio would eoon bo far apart and few between Ohio hB 60 dry countloe nine Vet and 16 yet to vote Mahoning be lag In the latter class Gov Harris has Issued a call for a apodal eoBslon of the legislature to con vene In Columbus Monday Jan 4 Wild hunt for 15000 Is tho head line In a Columbus newspaper With I most of ue as Christmas neore It Is n I wild hunt for 35 THEJiB aro about 12000 fourth class postofflsoa in tho United States but jnoro must bo established if all tho men who want to ba...

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. — 18 December 1908

iW nt JT Lt V TT was an uncom I monlr late hoar Iwhen Can Derrick set out to get some thing for a Christ II 7 ci mas dinner The btll in the village church chimed twelve and the sounds cane float ing on the cold still air of the forest Tis a fine night for rabbiting eh Rough said Dan to his dog as he came to a warren But bide a minute he added His eyo had been attracted by a little mountain ash growing above the warren Being a voung tree it had not lost Its red autumnal leaves and it was laden with berries Now that would make a pretty Christmas-tree for the little ones he said He pulled it up by its roots from the loose earth and put it under a neighbor ins oak Taking a net out of his pocket he fixed it round sorao of the rabbit holes in the warren and said to the dog Now round em up lad round em npl Rough knew his work well He raced like a black shadow across tho moonlit waste of snow to the nearest field of winter cabbages and there he silently routed out tho rabbits and sent them ...

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. — 18 December 1908

ML MESSAGE IN THE SENATE IT WAS TREATED WITH SCANT COURTESY BY SOME OF THE MEMBERS SPEECHES ON POSTAL BANKS Senator Foraker Doesnt Forget Brownsville Insurgents In House Meet Slight Setback Bill to Revise Penal Code Washington Doc 16 Senate The presidents Panama canal message was read in the senate Tuesday and Its reading was received with loud laugh ter by some of the senators Senator Foraker endeavored to have the sen ate adopt a resolution calling on tho lecretary ot war for detailed Informa tion concerning tho men employed In structions given and expenses Incurred In the Investigation by detectives Into the Brownsville affair referred to by the president In his messago of Mon day Senator Warren objected to tho Immediate consideration of the reso lution and it will come up for consid eration Wednesday The postal sav ings bank bill was the subject ot speeches by Senators Carter and Do pew both of whom advocated tho measure Tho bill was made the un finished business of tho senate d...

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. — 18 December 1908

i w l A 2T vW H f i F - Loal NEWS ITEMS Oatbered In Town County and Neighborhood Net week brings the shortest dayB Only one more week until Christ- mas Fourth of July next year falls on Sunday A lone sad face never yet won man irlonde or coltrt A branch of the Volunteers of America has been opened In LlBbon Take advantage of the liberal club tilng arrangement offered by the Dis patch Mighty unfortunate that Christmas buying and taxpaylng time come to gether John L Bush the veteran auction er Is dangerously Hi at his home in GIrard The next annual convention of the -Ohio Btnte Grange will bo hold in Sprlngneld tn 4ry Oblo counties it should be easier for some men to oarry out good IJew Year resolutions Warren hopes to have her long Sromlsed Federal building completed efpro the close of the coming year H Most people disposed to keep buBy scan find something to do oven though the task may cot be of tho deslrablo i eort Now bank in Nllcs expoots to have all stock sold and be ready to bo...

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. — 18 December 1908

1 1 Always Something New o No II Suggestion HOSIERY To match the Tie Imported patterns Priced 25c 50c 1 150 250 No Ill Suggestion MUFFLERS Silk or Wool Priced 50c to 3 No IV Suggestion PAJAMAS Silk or Madras Oxford or Wool Priced 1 to 6 No V Suggestion SILK SUSPENDERS Also Combination Sets Priced 50c to 3 No VL Suggestion SUIT CASE Pull Leather Priced 4 to 18 No VII Suggestion GAUNTLET GLOVES Mens or Ladies Priced 50c to 3 Satisfaction Guaranteed Money Refunded SOUTHERN RAILROADS- Effect on Them and the Publir of Regulation for Political Purpose The halt which has come to rail road construction In the South in consequence of agitation threatenlus investments in railroads promises to occasion serious hindrances to agri culture manufactures and commerce At the very time when Industry In all its branches was expanding with wonderful vigor and rapidity de manding greater and greater facili ties or traffic and while the rail roads were doing their utmost to meet those requirements came t...

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. — 18 December 1908

I v u 4 if ii THE THE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 1908 WMMBmUKKKMr Is Mi a J H Xfcncy Iaco Stocks 25c to 250 if Zrlali Crochet Bows ana Stocks 50o to 400 Tailored Stocks S5oto 100 Ilaln and fancy Silk and Crepe Scarfs 100 to 500 Jjace Collars and ToUcs COo to 500 Ostrich Pierrot Ruffs 575 and 1000 liberty and Chiffon Huffs largo and small Styles 150 to 050 embroidered Stiff linen Collars 25o to 100 Ribbons for Sashes Girdles Ilnlr Bows Puney Bags etc wMo widths lOo to 85c yard Narrow and wldo Holly Ribbons from So to 25c yard nANDKEnCUIEFS OP EVERY SORT Plain from So to 50c Embroidered from So to 300 Initial from 30a half dozen to 25c each Assorted Boxes of half dozens 150 and 300 TJeather Hand Bags 25o to 1000 Sliver and Chain Bags 50c to 1200 Fancy Belts SOo to 300 Toilet and Manicure Sets SOo to 500 Sterling Sliver Novelties 25o to 150 Fine -Writing Papers lOo to 300 Art Calendars 25c to 125 Post Card Albums 25c to 200 Fancy Boxes of Perfumes and Toilet Waters S5o to 100...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 18 December 1908

f i ft l IV ft N U L b lessS sBf BBnt FJbsBBiL bbbI iiSfe mm V lV 1 I- Ekom Out - v Ryrjyi jK ineSiims rffABKrfstmv Grcec HERE onco lived on a plantation a miser so mean and stingy that even his pigs were eter nally disgruntled whllo his geese hissed at him as he passed and his hens cackled derisively at the very Bight or him He never paid anybody more than half of what they were en titled to and even the mosquitoes avoided him In disgust as having a hide like an automobile tire and with no more sustenance beneath It No man woman child or beast was ever fed by him without rendering services in advance for more than the food was worth and his neighbors were afraid to shake hands with him for fear thnt he would steal their finger nails Ho cklmmed his milk twice made his decayed apples Into cider and when his horses got so old they could not work for him any longer he killed them and made them Into gluo nnd then used the glue to stick another mortgage on some neighbors house Of courso ...

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. — 25 December 1908

ti sapff3 f HE MAHONINO DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS - ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Terms 100 a Tear y VOL XXXII I WASHINQTONVILLE By Peter M Hcrold Peace on oarth good will to men Reachtilg far at man U found Chrlit if born the treat Anointed Heaven and earth hit praltel Bound Shepherds in the Geld abiding Watching oer their flock by sight God with man is now reilding Yonder shines the Infant light A Merry Christmas to everybody Our sobools are enjovlng two weeks vacation until Jan 4 1009 Ooo of the horses out of John Gil berts team died last Wednesday night e AugUBtNogle of Goblors Knob has bought the B F Peppel farm south of Leotonla Holly wreathB and paper decorations appear to be very popular for thU - Christmas James Skillcorn of the Erie force at YoungBtown spent Sunday at tho Cot tage hotel Samuel Andrew and son Raymond of Mansfield aro hero visiting his mother and sisters Tho Co op society will elect officers and transact other important business this Wednesday evohing George Orut...

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. — 25 December 1908

k i k I Rfr TSSXSSNSSCSSNSSSSSSSSSS The Fordyce Osborne Co i Youngstown 0 After Christmas Flurry in Cut Prices on Ladies Coats Beginning on Monday morning Dec 28 this store will begin the first cut price event on our entire Btock of Ladies Coats and as is generally known when The Eordyce Oaborne Co announce a special cut price sale it means just what we advertise Of course the first comers will secure the best selections Heres a partial list of the good values One lot of Coats that sold d r AA up to 1000 for ipOUU Choice of any Coat that Jrr pa sold up to 1250 for J o Choice of any Coat that H 1 A 7 C sold up to 1850 for 4 1 U O Choice of any Coat that fc1 9 7 K sold up to 2250 for P 1 O Remember thess specia1 prices do not start until Monday morning Dec 28 The FordyceOsborne Co g Greatest Exclusive Dry Gords House YOUNGSTOWN OHIO H rTKWiwjysssssssis3Ctti ss2asittSsssssssssa VJ tarf HIS OWN BAIT rrhe Giant Alligator Snapping Turtle at a Fisherman Thcro is a canny rcptllo fisherman W...

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. — 25 December 1908

- sy I r Si HOME HAPPENINGS Most business placet wilt close ChriBtma Perry Myers has had a telephone placed In his residence Prospects are right Rood or Can field to secure eloctrlo lights The Canfleld Board of Trade Is al ready beginning to make its influence felt There will be a meeting of the board of county fair managers in Can Gold on Saturday Schools generally closed Thursday for the holiday vacation which lasts until Jan 4 The Normal and union schools olosed Wednesday afternoon for the holiday vacation J E Nefl bought and shipped from Chicago the past few days three or four oars of western cattle For the past two weeks local mer chants enjoyed a big holiday business and now the rush is on In earnest Christmas entertainment at the Presbyterian church Christmas Eve and soolal at the M E Church Christ uias night Members and supporters of the Presbyterian church will enjoy a pic nic dinner in the church parlors Now Years day Tho business of the local postofllce has largely increa...

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. — 25 December 1908

4 ill Z NO NAPKIN FOR THE PRESIDENT How Fighting Bob Kept Discipline i on a As a flag officer I have always re quired of the commissary ofllcer of each ship a bill of fare prepared a week In advance stating just what would be served at each meal This forwarded through his commanding of ficer came to mo and after examina tion was passed to the paymaster ol the fleet for filing To be sure that this bill of fare was followed anc the food properly prepared and served I frequently went on board some ship of the fleet without any previous notice and directed the cap tain to have a table set for me on the mess deck among the men and there In company with the members of my staff and the captain and com missary ofllcer of the ship took my dinner The meal was served to us exactly as It was to the men and noth ing was permitted on the table which they did not have Is the declaration of Rear Admiral Uobley D Evans In his navy articles in Hamptons Broad way Magazine On one occasion I took the pr...

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