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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 22 January 1909

tV n Uv tj1 ifr COVERS IN GLARING COLORS East Indian Designs Are Jutt Now Ex- tremely Popdlar 1 Since the fashion In making Bast Indian patterns and design on many fabrics came back Into fashion there has been a wide demanded for the printed cotton table cover In theeo colors These are used for bedroom library and sitting room tables They sell for small prices from a dollar np The background Is and the figures are brilliant green and red and yel low The border is distinctly East Indian Often In the cashmere pattern Large peacocks In the brilliant bluea and greens strut over the surface and huso baskets of ted flowers make a circle In the center The woman who needs new table covers and who does not wish to In veit In expensive affairs could not do better than choose one of these In a bedroom or sitting room where eld colonial furniture is used these table cloths are especially effective for they were much used in the period that gave birth to the mahogany furni ture One decorator has...

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. — 22 January 1909

A CAREFUL JUDGE - Z1WKIUZ The Way the Law Is Administered In Merrie England A friend of mine wishing to make a present of a ring to an acquaintance who was on the eve of bolnj married bought the article and handed it to the Jeweler with Instructions to have a suitable Inscription engraved npon It making a stipulation that It should be finished and returned by a certain date otherwise It would be useless Months elapsed before the ring was delivered It was sent back to the Jeweler The tradesman took out a summons and my friend had to come back to town and sit In n study court nil day without the cae being called Next morning he bribed the usher to let him know when the enso was railed He was sent for nt lunchtlme nnd sat till a quarter past 4 listening to anything but edifying matters which had to bo disposed of first By this time the old gentleman on the bench was fast asleep The Jewelers case wai called and my friends so llcltorstated the defense At Its close the legal functionary s...

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. — 22 January 1909

L I Sfii im w MONEY CHANGERS KNOW A LOT indeed They Have To to Keep TracK of European Coins and Coun terfeits I never realized until today said a man who bad just returned from Europe what an undertaking It la to be a money changer I came back with about 20 In foreign money principally French And Italian This 1 took to a money changers to cash In He lookeu over the coins rapidly throwing them Into little piles and putting down notes on a slip of pap r When he had cleared up the lot he said I had 1025 coming to me At first I thought he was doing me But he was not He showed me a dozen or so Italian coins thaC had been demonetized and were worth About 40 cents on the dollar There was a nice little pile of counterfeits that were not worth a cent and altogether only about a third of the coins chat I brought home were worth their full value The only consolation I had was that 1 thanked by stars 1 am In the Insurance business and not In the ex change business for my poor little brain could...

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. — 22 January 1909

B w B r ii H r 1 r M w jtimpn in ipjiw EARLY ADJOURNMENTIN DOUBT 80 MUCH TO DO SHORT SESSION SEEMS UNLIKELY Ntarly 50 Bills Introduced In House Probea Urged for Cincinnati and Cleveland Columbus O Jan 20 Prospects of an early adjournment of the gen eral assembly now In special session were rendered doubtful Tuesday When Gov Harmon sent a message to the bouse and senate calling attention to several things needing considera tion and when the floodgates of the bouse were opened and 49 new bills Were dumped Into the hopper If the authors of these bills press them a long session Is likely In the house three resolutions providing for re cessing and adjourning were intro duced In the senate the resolution of Senator Mather arranging for a re cess until February 15 with final ad journment four days later was re ferred to the Judiciary committee There la litlto expectation that this resolution will bo acted upon Because of conflicting views as to the proper length for the session and because...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 January 1909

Vi m 1 W I JIG JFtjgkXrlEZJSt - j THE MAHONINa DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Terms 100 a Year VOL XXXII I WASHINQTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter At Hcrold Mrs Kate Roller offers for sale her residence In Saurkraut Did the thnndor and lightning Satur day morning wake the snakes Hear Dr J R Reltzela leoture at the M E Churob Monday night Charley Holt stuck a pick in his foot Monday when digging for a skunk Two more Btono crossings are needed n Main Btreet west of the railroad Howard Thompson spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Salem Mont Welkart expressed two pigeons to the Cleveland bird show Monday A daughter arrived in the home of Wade Hileman and wife Sunday morn lag Wm Bllger is home from Middle branch 8tark oounty with slight lung trouble Mesdames Mary A and Minnie Her bert of Salem visited relatives here Monday Alfred Ouohemand Clifford DaviB end Fred Longbottom went to Alliance Monday Will Gilbert wife and child of Colum bian spent Sunday at 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. — 29 January 1909

Hf Tho Fordyce Osbornc Co NEWS OF A WEEK IN ITEMIZED FORM Epitome of the Most Important Events Gathered From All Points of the Globe iiriririritirCrlrCrirtririfCrtrii diritiritft WASHINGTON NOTES Tho Importance of the preservation of the homo Intact was tho central theme around which tho discussion re volved at the confeernco on tho Care of Dependent Children which formallj was opened by President Itoosevelt at tbo White House An agreement has been reached be tween Secretary Root and the British and Canadian and Newfoundland gov ernments through their representa tives on the Newfoundland fisheries question to be submitted toTbe Hague court for arbitration Tbo interstate commerce coinmls tlon ordered material reduction in the rates on cream in deciding tho cases of several creameries of tho middle west against a number of railroads By the decisive voto of 103 to 42 the house refused to increase tho pen sion of Julia D Coghlan widow of the late Rear Admiral Coghlan U S N from 50 a mon...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 January 1909

fi 3 t f i te tei - im Prof Franklin D Sawvel Profr Sawvell holds high degrees -from Wittenberg university Ho was formerly president of collcgo and mow occupies tho chair of English liter ature In Thlel collcgo In Greenville i IDA Bawvcl Is tho author of How to ffntorpret Pictures nnd other books raoungstown and Canfleld wero con pocted by an electric lino and a now wealthy part of tho county opened up ns a field for local business and a tlaco of suburban residence And the great advantage would bo In tho In- and spiritual uplift coming tellectual rom the presence near the city of numbers of earnest Intelligent young Jnen and women Tho students would llnd Jn Youngstowp the nearest city il size Their support of this citys 4hurches of Its lectures Its music Its harltles and other causes that aro worth while this together with their 4wn presence ere and all that that lm filies would give a powerful impetus to the higher life of tho city Canflelds Interest In this matter Is Ifounrstowns ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 January 1909

i i WHAT TO WEAR AND 01 10 1AR II Special Correspondent of This Paper Writes Entertainingly to Women LATEST FROM THE METROPOLIS 1JY JULES THUItOW The eafiy to mako waists retain their popularity and with dainty ac cessories can be made quite dressy in appearance The accompanying sketch shows how a pretty effect was gained by the use of lace motifs and black elvet ribbon The waist t self was made c ecru olle and worn with a skirt the same shade striped with black The upper half of the col laf and lower half of the cuffs are covered with dull old rose silk Oicr the edges of the silk on the collar and cuffs are appllqucd lace motifs and narrow black a el vet ribbon A wider velet is used for the tie and the ends arc ilnishcd with gilt tas sels The ribbon tics are ery popular and almost any small ornaments nre appropriate to use at the ends A crushed girdle of black satin made over a canvas foundation and Ilk Ik I ft il flnlnhrrl with n rnito rnupttn rntrm1itpfl fuil8 a very charming fro...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 January 1909

I 4- t nw si f t I HOME HAPPENINGS t Council mooting next Monday night Revival meetings begin next Sun day evening in the M E Church C C Noff Bold two fine horses Wed nesday as a result of advertising In the Dispatch The appolntmont of J ft Taber as postmaster of CanQeld was confirmed Monday by the senate Tuesday afternoon Mrs D C Dick son very pleasantly entertained the members of the Stltchery Club at her home on Court street TueBday afternoon the WImodaugh sis Club met with Mrs D D Burt at her homo on South Broad street and spent a few hours moat enjoyably LaBt Sunday twenty ono people united with the Proebytorlan church by confession of faith and letter as the result of meetings conducted by Rev R E Pugh the preceding two weeks Cashier M H Llddle of the Farm ers bank has rented of the Methodist church truBteos the residence on Broad street adjoining the Dispatch office and will take possession of same In the course of a few weeks Rev W Rowo recently received a donation of 8760 f...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 January 1909

i 1 IM if A Lstl t A pecnllarly appropriate memorial la tha bronie tablet which la to be placed on jht flagstaff In Port McHenrjr at Baltimore which stands on the exact 1ot where stood the old stall during the battle In 181 Rays the Troy N T Times It -was the sight of the 8Ura and Stripes floating from the old tact whefh Incited Francis Scott Key then a prisoner In the hands of the British and detained on a vessel which commanded a full Tlew of the scene to compose tht immortal Star Spangled Banner now the national anthem Key was born and Urcd in Maryland and was an ardent young patriot and his temper is indicated plainly In the Teraea which hare given him fame The memorial Is autborizod by con iCtcm will be of shield shape and prop erly Inscribed and will be the only tea timonlal of the kind In Baltimore The tBon evidently regards this as a re proach upon the city and remarks Although Key was a native of Mary land and wrote the national anthem while he was out on the river at the 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. — 29 January 1909

I u V S s t h V LB fa mv h S When You Take Cold One way Is to pay no attention to it at least not until It de velops into pneumonia or bronchitis or pleurisy An other way is to ask your doc tor about Ayers Cherry Pec toral If he says The best thing for colds then take it Do as he says anyway A We pnbyih onr formulu we Diniin alcohol from our xnedlelnei tiers We urge you to coniuityour doe tor When the bowels are constipated pot sonous substances are absorbed into the bloodinstead of beingdaily removed from the bod as nature intended Knowing this danger doctors always inquire about the condition ot the bowels Ayers Pills ifde br the 1 a Am Co Zrfre1l LOCAL NEWS ITEMS lathered lo Town County and Neighborhood Thunder and lightolnff in this lo cality Friday and Saturday mornings Ordora or job printing receive prompt attention at the Dispatch ofllce In 1008 there wore 88 burials In tho Ravenna cemetery as agalnBt 114 tho year before There are always matters of much interest In tho Dispat...

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 January 1909

m V i ft -v Stoning Sfisplefc ISSUED WEEKLY C FOWMU OANFIELD TELEPHONE NO Om Tear fill Months IXMtor TERMS OF SUBSOniPIION Throe Months -- OHIO AQ 1100 50 03 SPEOIAI MOTIOE Obituary Notlees Resolutions ol Reipeet Cards of Thank and notiess of ohureh end charitable n srtainments and the like where an admission fee UbTrwd will be eharced for at the rate of raj half cent a word These mutt be raid for In ad ranoe or ehareed to responsible parties ordering the tame FRIDAY JANUARY 29 1909 TWELVE PACES The Ohio legislature has enacted a law making Feb 12 1908 the ono hun dredth anniversary Lincolns blrtb a legal holiday Adjournment of the legislature March 12 Is now certain On Friday a receBS waB taken until Feb 15 which will leavo less than a month or the so Ions to wrestle with legislative matters Senator Dave Tod has proven to the General Assembly that he Is a live one has capacity for work and ho Is likely to r9 made a member of the committee to probe alleged municipal rottenness In Cl...

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 January 1909

rt ii I H I 1 ra -1 OUftBOYSANDCtRLsl Insect Ogres Tlio Ant Tilon Im but a grayish mite Yet fearful Is my bite My snare -with skill I lay And there by night and day My mighty Jaws Bnap This small Hon sets his snare In the sand where he knows his victims will be likely to bass With his strong flat head ho throws out the sand till till he has excavated a decp pit with steeply sloping sides At the bottom he hides himself with his big jaws wide open Across the sandy waste an ant Is hurrying to her doom though this of course she does not know imag ining that she Is merely seeking her dinner suddenly she finds herself tumbling down the sides of the pit and with all her six legs she tries to scramble out again but the more she struggles the more the sand slips from under her and down down she slides directly Into the cruel Jaws opon to rccolve her below Short work they make of the Toor little lady then her head and legs aro tossed outside the pit and all 1b ready for tho next victim On a- ...

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 January 1909

KrHi k M M r mTgmm 1 to 150 closing RUt out bale price jd DuU SILKS extra heavy black taf feta In rich lustrous finish full urd wide worth 150 00 p closing out sale price yd Jfcli Extra Special OUTING ITiAXXEL in plain colors or funclcs worth 12 Mc CHEVIOTS hcaty shirting cheviots In all colors worth 12C DRESS GIXGIIAMS In tho newest colors worth 12Jc 40 Inch PERSIAN LAWX in remnants worth up to 25c CURTAIN SWISS double fold large or small dots worth 12c SILKO LINES 36 Inches wide fine quality that sells for 12cJ All Go at 73c Yard iiigtazafegMMur imtmaaemkmJll6l A The Central Store Co Comer East Federal and Champion Sts RAVEN BROS Chicago Atwtioneefs bleached full size 30x18 hem med ready for use sold every where for 15c Q3 Ing out sale Ulu SHIRTINGS 100 pieces of cheviot shirtings 30 Inches wide In all the new spring colorings worth 15c Qsr Ing out sale OlC BED SPREADS slightly soil ed 107 In the lot ranging In price from 100 to 050 now OQ QC 60c to 9O1UU SILKS 60 ft finished mess...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 29 January 1909

W1 WASHINGTON The navy depart- II ment experts figure that the United States navy will bo the first In rank In the world when the four new battleships proposed by Secretary Newberry have been completed The approximate time of the com pletion of these ships is the close of the year 1911 By that date there will have been completed these four The Delaware and Dakota and the Florida and Utah The specific points mado by the ex perts however is that the four new ships which have been suggested are to be of 25000 tons displacement each and will carry eight lMnch guns Such a squadron of battleships will be unlike and superior to anything in naval history both as to displacement and to main battery The astounding but absolutely true statement is made by tho navy ex perts that tho 14 Inch guns will be effective at ten miles It is also stated by these experts that Great Britain after the appropriation by congress for tho four proposed battleships will never bo able to regain its lead In modern...

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. — 29 January 1909

r Cut This Out and Bring it With You to the Great Wrappers Corsets Closing Out Sale Where You Can Purchase Ladies Childrens and Infants Coats At less than wholesale prices Every thing must be sold This sale will only last a short time so come at once and have your choice of 300 of the greatest money saving bargains on record Ladies 50 inch Coats black and colors all wool Broadcloth satin lined all silk embroidered worth 1800 for 398 Another lot of about 100 in black Kersey all wool worth 1500 for 298 Childrens Coats all wool Beaver and Astrakhan in all colors ages 6 to 14 worth 750 to 1200 sale price 198 Another lot ages 6 to 14 but not quite so good price 98c Infants Coats in Bearskin Silk Plush Astrakhan ages 2 to 6 worth up to 600 choice 98c Ladies black Cloth Suits all wool satin lined nicely trimmed 36 inch Coats 17 gored Skirts worth 24oo sale price now 748 Another lot of Ladies Suits not quite so good for 498 Ladies Furs in Opossum Coney Martin near Martin in tiea or boas mul...

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 February 1909

rj1 J IM fir- V V Ml fl 1 J 7 r r r Terms 100 a Tsar VOL XXXII I V - 7V THE MAHONINQ DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS WASHINQTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold Maidens air with eyei derout Don their Tolli and hurry ontl 8of 1 1 W hat eon they be abont In FebroarjT Have yon messed rweet heart of mine That they weleome Valentine Thief I lie Hole your heart and mine Last Febmaryl Homer Callahan had a horse die laBt week Mr T O Fltzpatrlck 1b on a pro tracted vtelt In Akron Rev Kast was In Pittsburg Friday visiting hie sick brother Llpplatt brothers ot MUlvllle bought A One draft horse in Youngstown Mrs Fred Oesoh and Mrs Jas Moore visited their slsten In town last weok Sam Vaughn and wife have gone to housekeeping on Columbia street In Lootonla Thomas Heaton spent Sunday In Sa lem at the home o his daughter Mrs Frank Heokert Boys who make pipes and cigarettes on their way homo from eohool are in advance of their books Mrs Amelia Thompson was home from Salem Su...

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 February 1909

JTS f -V stssgraaarasssgaaggat The Fordyce Osborhe Co a 25c the Pair Youngstown 0 CADET HOSIERY Not a business day in the year but what new customers are added to the long list of Cadet Hosiery users And the reason is very plain too people who buy them once are enthus iastic over their exceptional merits cant help but tell their friends about them who in turn buy Cadet they also tell THEIR friends about them and so on the great chain of Cadet Hosiery patrons extends from sea to sea and from lake to gulf Theres no other Hosiery in the world so good at the price no other Hosiery EVER produced which possesses all the wearable and wantable qualities as Cadet And every pair fully guaranteed You take no risk absolutely none in buying them Heres what the makers of Cadet Hosiery say Purchase a pair wear them give them good everyday wear give them all the test you want and if they do not meet with your approval as the best 25c Hosiery you ever owned take them back to your dealer and get anot...

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 February 1909

m htv r I HOME HAPPENINGS J Young people danced In town hall Wednesday night A flock of 16 pheasants waB Been near the village last Friday According to the ground hog theory are are in for six weeks more winter Canfleld Masons hold their regular monthly meeting this Friday evening Much interest Is manifested In the revival meetings being held In the M Ohurch Tuesday morning a daughter waa born to Mr and Mrs W N Wllloughby of Court street Good roads loading to the county Beat from Canfield will help much but a trolley line Is also needed Dont forget theconcert to be given by the Colllege Orchestra and Quartette In College Chapel this Friday evening If the ground hog failed to boo his shadow shortly after noon Tuesday It was because he did not appear to take a lookt Stock subscriptions are coming In lively for the proposed heating and lighting company soon to be organized In Canfleld A company of friends gave Mrs Silvio Ruscltto an onjoyable surprise party Tuesday night In honor of he...

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 February 1909

if 1 1 J I fl ri fc fr i a to ir Medical Inspection of All Immigrants Millions of Immigrants hare come to thla country and Ihe numbera are con I latafatly Increasing Each Immigrant Is xamlned by a senrlce medical officer and those found suffering from loath jkoma or dangerous contagious diseases insane persons Idiots epileptics and jthose likely to become a public charge because of infirmities are detained and the Immigration officials deport them to the country from which they come This Inspection of immlerants Is carried on not only at our seaports bnt also along the Canadian and Mexi can borders wherever there Is direct communication by steamboat or rail road This Inspection serves to ktsp out the thousands of sick and disabled who would become a burden upon pub lic and private charities It also keeps out thousands ot case3 of contagious dlseases The aorvice maintains 21 marine hospitals and 141 marine-hospital stations where medical treat Bent is given to sailors of the mer chan...

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