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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 5 February 1909

A y v I v sr fc Coc iifi SO2 Ask your doctor the medical natnc for a cold on the chest He will say Bronchitis Ask him If it is ever -serious Lastly ask him If he pre scribes Ayers Cherry Pec toral for this disease Keep in ciose toucn witn your family physician A We pabliilt our formnUi we nanisn aioonoi W from ourmedlolnes tiers M3SHEEES3 W tira o you to doctor When you tell your doctor about the bad taste in your mouth loss of appetite for breakfast ahd frequent headaches and when he sees your coated tongue he will sty You are bilious Ayers Pills -work well in such cases MjuJsbylhs J CiyerOo Lowell Mass LOCAL NEWS ITEMS lathered In Town County and Neighborhood Many deathB lately among Vienna old people Mrs Alice Austin of Poland baa been granted a divorce form John Aus tin on statutory grounds Headers ot advertisements In tho Dlspatoh will find bargains offered by leading and responsible tradesmen Dont depend upon roadtng your neighbors copy ot tho Dispatch Ho doesnt llko to bo bol...

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 February 1909

ft- fi r t Staining SJispjdtj C C FOWIiEHt OANFIELD Editor OHIO trukphom no aq TERMS OF 8UBSCIUPT10N One Ter - 8 -- BO ltoe Months 25 fibula Copt 03 Canadian subscriptions 160 SPECIAL MOTIOK Obituary Kotleei Resolutions of Bstpeet Car d -el Think and notices of ohnroh and ehari table on Isrtainmanti and the like where an admission fee b charted will be charted for at the rate of one uU eent a word Iheie mmt be paid for in ad Tans or charged to responsible patties ordsrlnaj the lame FRIDAY FEBHUARY 5 1909 Inauguration of President elect Tatt lees than a month away James Garfield will not be a mem ber of the Toft cabinet hence can re turn to Ohio and resume the practice of law Gov Harmon Is maklng Rood his promise of a business administration and great benefit will accrue to the state Formal ceremony of announcing the election of Tatt and Sherman to the presidency and vice presidency and tho counting of the electoral vote will bo held In tho house Feb 10 Gov Harmon issued his proclama...

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 February 1909

I I Ik Hl li ii j IV f ei IE n POLICE 5PIE5 CAUSE CRIME DECLARATION MADE BY A NOTED RUSSIAN LAWYER TO MEM BERS OF THE DUMA STATE PAYS FOR MURDERS A Former Police Chief Who Is In y Prison on a Charge of High Treason Fears He Will be Poisoned St Petersburg Feb 3 The public galleries In the duma were crowded yesterday but the government benches ere empty when the house resumed its sessions after the holi days the attraction for the public being the interpellations on the sub ject of government spies In connec tion with the cases of Azef tho head of the fighting Russian Socialists who was recently declared to be in reality a government spy and Lopukine for mer director of police in the ministry of interior charged with high trea eon M Pergarrient a noted lawyer pre sented the Interpellation of the Con etitutlonal Democrats He declared that the Agents provocateurs are now the greatest power In Itussia and denounced the system of sending out men to Instigate crime as destructive to all co...

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 February 1909

I MASKED TELL OF t ROBBERS IDES MY8TERY OF A TRAGEDY NEAF LANCASTER PA IS CLEARED BY CONFESSIONS THREE MEN ARE ARRESTED Two of the Men Acknowledge Theli Guilt and the Other One of the Party Denies Being Implicated Lancaster Pa Feb 3 Walter As ton Paul Fornwalt and Benjamin As ton all residing In the neighborhood where the crime was committed were arrested yesterday for the murder ol aged Alfred Hallman -who on Sunday night was shot down by masked rob bers while at the bedside of his sick wife at his home In Pequea township Fornwalt was caught In this city where he had come it Is believed to escape the Astoria as it is alleged they had threatened to shoot him 11 he told of the murder Walter Aston went to the police station to inquire if Fornwalt had been arrested and he was held there Benjamin Aston was arrested at his home In Pequea town ship and brought to jail here Fornwalt told about the murderaf ter his arrest He said the two As tons persuaded htm to go along but bo had no idea ...

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 February 1909

5 ff m ir n m V r r fr it K m t A HT t 1Q jRgLCSrEsiBt THE MAHONINQ DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Terms 100 a Year y VOL XXXII I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Hcrold a On Lincolns tomb wa lay Another wreath today In honor of his birth nil wUikm and hll worth To Iitnoolni famo wa pay Onr tribute fresh today Afamo that grow with time In all respect tnbltme Ihen why should tha spirit of mortal be proud T Lincoln exercises tonight I John Simpson was hero from Clove land over 8unday Win Reose and wife visited LlBbon frlondB over Sunday J O S Smith 1b employed at the Mulllna Works In Salem Wm Hnmmervlllo of Garfield WBB horo Tuesday with friends Frank Small of Warron waB at J E Gilberts on Baturday for supper Ray Stoufler and Prod Davis talk of going to Seattle about March let PedoBtrlana walk In tho pav6d gutters when our sUowalkB aro too muddy Mrs E C Longbottom and sons of Lisbon visited rolatlvos hero Saturday Mrs Laura Cmbella and chlldron havo gono ...

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 February 1909

r vi y m n i 4 1 ii i if i HI S l MB IWWiHKiH sryjfarwwyy TTSlwagMiss i rffssftgssa HTfltTil milflWIIfil f TTWinlii tin THE MAHONING DISPAlOia FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 1969 p W - ---- - ii The Fordyce Osborne Co Youngstown Ohio CUSTOMERS BENEFIT SALE OF DRESS GOODS AND SILKS Begins Thursday Morning Feb 11 for One Week Not often do we have such an opportunity of giving our customers the benefit of such remarkable Dress Goods and Silk buying as will be offered at this sale Air T S Roller who has recently assumed the management of our Silk and Dress Goods department has closed some very remarkable Silk and Dress Goods purchases in the past few days preparatory to this Greatest of All Sales in This Department The special purchase of these Silks and Dress Goods is of notable interest for the women folks just now for the Spring sewing Candidly speaking the selling of these Silks and Dress Goods for this one week here will mark one of the big features of the years business Never in Dry Goods his...

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 February 1909

V4 Whiff Hemstilchsd Handkerchiifs 3c He watched ber with a kind of fas cination while she impatiently tore off the brown wrapping paper and aa she brought to View something that looked like an btergrown account boo2 ha found voice to say Its onlya diary1 A diary I echoed Mrs Jenkins Just as though you bad patience enough to keep a diary 1 should Judge by the sire of the book that you expected to write In It every day and live to be a hundred at that Then as she opened the book she exclaimed Why Its been used Bomebody has palmed off a second band diary pn to you Caleb Jen jklns Oh thats why I bought it 1 wanted to see If I couldnt floor Zen as Perkins with It once in a while You see Zenas has got to be con siderable of a nuisance with that diary of bU that hes kept for a dozen years or iore He doespt allow anybody else to know anything If anybody remarks thattuls la the warmest October -that he ever see why Zenas Is ready io prove that the mercury averaged to run hlher In October on...

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 February 1909

- 7T W 698 8i98 1098 1298 nn iii nai i inii v9i9uli Jg jf r ylws - mi- M a - RAINCOATS V fHE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY FEBRUARY i2 109 i -- THE GEUSS McN AB CO Fire Sale FIRE S ALE Fire Sac FIRE SALE PRICE lc 28 lncli Blue and Red Ban dana Handkerchiefs Are worth 10c any place on earth The Die Is Cast THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED WATE PROOF FOR RAINCOATS IN BLACK AND OXFORD MIX TURES FORMER PRICE 1000 FOR RAINCOATS IN BLACK AND GREY PAT TERNS FORMER PRICE 1500 FOR RAINCOATS IN BROWN AND GREY STRIPES ALL SHADES FORMER PRICE 1800 FOR RAINCOATS IN BLACK AND COLORS MIL ITARY OR BOX BACK FORMER PRICE 2000 9mm w9J0w mmmttfmmmw 98c 198 IIBIm KlP S34B llfli JHEHn 548 MgagWWBgaKIBJiKftQM JmmmWntPi lmmWmWfy BBBSmifilBSJl fI9Skh fmwKr If 11 S398 H S598 W m m ffiZX 798 998 FIRE SALE PRICE 9c For Heavy All Wool Blue and Gray Working Socks They are regular 25 cent values The insurance adjusters complain that the goods are not going fast enough Prices fnust be cut deeper They must g...

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 February 1909

h r I 1 y i f 4 l J X f 7 - i HOME HAPPENINGS 1 Next looture of the college course Monday evening Feb 22 the Normal and public schools are closed today on account ot Lincoln holiday The Dispatch must deollne to take notice ot family troubles unless they get Into the courts The Builders Aid ot the M E Churoh will serve a chicken pie supper at the church Friday evening Feb 2G Revival meetings In the M E Church closed Wednesday evening Quite a number united with the church On Tuesday afternoon Mrs Martin Klmerlo very pleasantly entertained the St Itch cry Club at her home on EaBt Main street On Saturday evening the ladles ot the M E Church will sorve their an nual noodle supper in the basement of the church Expense only 15 cents All invited Valentines are no longer displayed in store windows but some local dealers have large stooks on exhibition in show cases and many ot Cupids missives are elaborate and expensive The funeral ot J S Collar whose unoxpeoted death at his home in Love lan...

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 February 1909

I ir If 1 1 a9ir9 raassm Co Operatlon In Conservation President Roosevelts administration will be remembered not alone for the asperities which It has aroused but for aeyeral acta of far seeing statesman ship with which his name has been as eoclated Not the least Important of these has been his effort to promote the movement for the conservation of the national resources This effort has not been confined to platitudinous com mendation but has consisted of hearty and consistent support of the govern ment officials who have devoted them selves to It and to constructive work ol very great importance Although the whole movement Is still too embry onic to make It possible to appraise thereal value of Mr Roosevelts con tribution says the Philadelphia Led ger he Is unquestionably entitled to all the credit for bringing to bear upon It the enormous executive power which ho wields and the historian of the fu ture will not overlook the fact that it was at his official call that the confer enc...

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 February 1909

r ivi i M SJS Coughs of Children Especially night coughs Nd ture needs a little help to quiet the irritation control the in flammation check the progress of the disease Our advice is give the children Ayers Cherry Pectoral Ask your doctor if this is his advice also He knows best Do as he says A We publish our formnUt yers We b Tilih Alcohol from ourmetlleiea We tirge you to conmlt yoar doctor If you think constipation is of trifling consequence just ask your doctor He will disabuse you of that notion in short order Correct it at once he will say Then ask him about Ayers Pills A mild liver pill all vegetable MkJo by the J O Ajer Co Lowell Mis LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Qalbered In Town County and Neighborhood Booze Is being basted in all parts of the country Rain and gloom enough last Friday to last a year All seaeont of the yoar bavo alroady been represented in February L T Farr of Rogers on Tuesday succeeded J A Martin as probato judge of Columbiana county A local option election In Green to...

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. — 12 February 1909

M tr 4 I Its i i ff fi Cfet ginning gispait INSUEI WEEKI T C C FOWLKB CANFIELD iA ttmfh EAfeaJMsssssssfcJBll jTMItor OHIO TELEPHONE NO AS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Ont Year- fU Hcmtba tThrw Monthi tnngieuopr Canadian subscriptions 150 tioo - 50 25 03 SPECIAL NOTICE OMtnary Notioes Resolutions of Berpeet Cards t Thanks and notioei of ehurch and charitable jn tertalnmsnts and the like where an admission fee U charged will be charged for at the rate of one half cent a word Theie mmt be pall for in ad vance or oharged to responsible parties ordering tbe name FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 1909 TWELVE PACES Unfurl Old Glory this Lincoln Day Today la tho ono hundredth birthday anniversary of Abraham Lincoln and all tbe country over It Is being observed Congressmen are now Bending out tone ol gardon seeds to constituents who In most Instances are abundantly ablo to buy all the Boeds they need In Mahoning county tho wet and dry flght will be tho hottest tho state has yet seen Both sides arc well organized ...

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. — 12 February 1909

LI w r 5y 4u vHfrmWii f V i Ites M1 few fTW i lrDlnHntrT wKlpTtflt mill - ir SZZL rSJ TMT jtw HI UULA Hiaffisgy 1 3 y i IT Jv fy Miss Allco turned sidewalk to trash THEY were tho neatest ladles on tho entires street Miss Iiuclnda Berry and her sis ter Alice and they subsisted meager ly on a small pen sion that bad been their lato fathers In tho samo block lived tho richest Blouchlcst and most lrrltablo bachelor In the city In February when an unexpect ed mildness set in the hoso on her away tho ashes All night loag hovroTer tho wind roso and the fourteenth ot February dawned bitter cold and the water used for washing off the ashes froze MIis Luclnda wis in tho kitchen sifting ashes to resprlnkle tho payc xntnt when she heard her sister shriek Luclnda rushed to open the frer door and saw Allco on her tau In the street supporting the husky shoulders of Williams who was shouting lustily This Is your work I Nice Isnt ltT Always knew your con founded neatness would cost me my life Alice ...

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. — 12 February 1909

i L TOMMTS BURGLAR By Kate Louise Brown There was a great roaring Are on the hearth that autumn night On one side sat Tommy Joy on the other Billy Bliss They -were two little cousins who had met or the first time Tommy Joy was as round as an apple with red Checks and a dimple Ih his chin Billy Bliss was tall for his age brown almost as an Indian boy and with very black eyes and hair Tommy lived in New York City Billys home was on a large farm in the Northwest They had come to Grandma Clarks in Maine for the golden wedding At first the two had very little to say They stared at one another across the fire then looked away only to turn and stare again 1 hare a watch said Tommy at last but Its only a play watch When Im bigger 1 shall have a real one that tells time I have a Jack knife said Billy its real and cuts Ive cut all my fingers so far Let me see it 1 like to cut cried Tommy hopping up from his chair Mother made me leave it at hone replied Billy sadly Id like to see your watch Th...

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. — 12 February 1909

Eyv fc I Jf fir BL LV IV- B t r ft T ft 4 h r 1 l Specials in Notions 5c Coatcs cotton Thread nsst colors sale price 3c 10c vnlno bono hair pains U dozen In box salo prico 30 5c grade lustro cotton sale price 2Jc iOo nlne or flno finishing braid sale prlco 3c 10c grado of childrens supporters sale prlco 2c 5c pkg of 5 dozen pins colored heads sale price lc 25c box or Rood tooth powder sale price lc 25c brooches very pretty designs sale price 0c 10c hnndkerelilcfs ladles or childrens price lc 10c silk web clastic sale price yard 2c 15c values of ruclilngs tminy stjlcs snle price 3c -Cheese Cloth- No better grado of 6c checso cloth made in all colors tako as much as you want salo price yard 2u Calicoes Hero is a big calico offer best 0c grade new designs A n salo price yard u -Ginghams Ijancn6tcr Gingham pretty do signs 10c grade come Rf early salo prlco U2u Cretonnes- Tho best quullty of 15c cre tonnes In pretty floral designs at salo Qp price yard 2 Linings Stllcla and mercerized sa...

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. — 12 February 1909

Sotpw i ywwijfjTi Mens Suits First choce of all suits that sold from 22 to 30 now Second choice of all suits that sold from 1650 to 20 now Third choice oT all suits that sold from 1350 to 15 now The balance of all suits that sold from 12 to 1350 now 1775 1375 1850 No Goods Will Be Charged or Sent on Approval During This Sale HARD SLEDDING IN THE SENATE FOR THE CANADIAN BOUNDARY WATERWAYS TREATY RE- CENTLY DRAFTED A MICHIGAN MAN FIGHTS IT fenatof Smith Declares that the Treaty was Prepared by a New 1 York Lawyer In the Interest of Certain Corporations Washington Feb 10 The Cana Mum boundary -waterways treaty bfl aJy but snoot sailing when It mm Uk m la swcutlve n sales ef 795 Wc Have about 75 Mens Suits no two alike that sold at Vfi QC 8 and 10 now QVUd Young Efiens Su ts First choicc of all suits Q 7c that sold from 1050 to 20 now vlOI t Second choice of all suits P f A r A that sold from 1350 to 15 now lVuU Third choice of all suits 7 AC that sold filoin 12 to 1350 now yiud All of ...

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. — 19 February 1909

IS kt A V Sr i t 1 1 i t A THE MAH0N1NO DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS tarms 100 a Year VOL XXXII I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold Isaiah Hlleman was a Canfleld visitor Monday Earl Kllngeosmlth served the R F D route last Friday The reoelpts at the Valentine social Saturday night were 818 45 Mrs Cobedlsh and daughter Maggie visited In Alliance last week Born Saturday afternoon to Hugh Dalrymple and wife a daughter John Possage was home from the West Pittsburg shaft over Sunday Valentine post cards were in great demand last Saturday and Monday Welcome lodge K of P will celebrate Its anniversary Friday night Feb 19 C E Holt and Alfred Avery wore In Youngstown Saturday on legal business MUb Jennie Maxwell entertained the Ladles Independent club Saturday night There was a good sized orowd In town Saturday night and only two In the The mlnorB of sub district No 4 wilt convene at Salem March 2 to oleot officers oto John Woods worked In the Y O Bub st...

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. — 19 February 1909

frf S v IBs9iareaB8S8gaga 8 The Forttyce Osborne Co Youngstown 0 The Right Coat at a Fraction A Stirring Buy We have just closed a deal for 100 Ladies and Misses Winter Coats Rather late but the price con-cession-well-we couldnt resist Now we cannot carry these in stock very long as we need the room bought them to sell in one day well make a double offer for Saturday We have divided our entire present stock together with this special purchase into three lots not a Coat reserved about 250 Coats all told for this great one day sale Saturday February 20 LOT No i Choice of any Winter Coat in the store in colors or black plain and braid trimmed semi fitted black and colors This lot sold for from Si 9 75 to 2500 Two Coats in this lot sold at 35 00 Also full size range of Evening Coats our regular 1975 lines Any of these choice ou Saturday for LOT No 2 In this lot is a purchase of Spring Coats in light shades unlined tan castor light gray and mixed cloths These Coats are from a sample line...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 19 February 1909

ii F J i r v l7SI HOME HAPPENINGS Gov Harmon has designated Fri day r April 16 as Arbor Day A daughter was born last Saturday morning to Mr and Mrs O H Nefl James Williams fell on the loy pavement Wednesday and broke two ribB op his right side A merry crowd of young people tripped the light fantastlo toe In town hall Wednesday night A surprise rag bee was given Mrs James Sheely Wednesday night at her home on North Broad street The men of the M E Church are preparing to serve a supper on the eve ning of St Patricks Day March 17 The receipts of the noodle supper served by the M E Church ladles Sat urday evening amounted to more than 125 ixtie Ladles Aid society of the Pres byterian church will meet In the church parioranexl Tnursday alternoon at z oclock The ladles of the Presbyterian churoh will hold a maple sugar social next Wednesday evening to which the publio is cordially Invited Many enjoyed the Lincoln pro- gram presented by the Newtonian and Phllomathoan literary societies in ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 19 February 1909

m t i i t 4 14 - n X II K u A Bridge Between Life and Death i About a year ago an eight and a halt pound baby was born Into the liome of a young New York physician To all appearances the child was per iled strong robust healthy On the fourth day It developed a raging fever At the same time hemorrhages of bright red blood Issued from the childs nostrils neck ears scalp dif fusing Into Its eyes and causing tern 1 porary physical blindness It was the one case In a thousand of the dreaded nelaena neonatorum the hemorrhage pt the new born writes Roland Phil lips In Success Magazine The verdict was no hope Already the little suf ferer was waxen livid Death was only a question of hours They strapped the child to an Ironing board On a table next to It the father lay down and stretched out his arm The at tendant surgeon cut the pulse artery at tho wrist and sowed the end of the artery to a vein In the childs leg As the new blood began to course through the childs body the color of the skin c...

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