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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 19 February 1909

nil I 2 V fir Lt Sfc If tSZbcES J 2SSMJ immffHwMA I mSMW 8 jyTVg 4 JV yls day Tho Portage county horticultural eoolety began Its 31st yoar oq WednoB day Work has been roeumod at the sow er plpo plant la Lisbon alter a long shut down B 8 Goldnor and H C Orr for merly of North Jackeon have purchas ed one of tho largest moat markets In Warren Evan Praok of Nllos oxtra passon ger engineer on tho N L railroad with his wife will Boon leave for a trip to tho Paclflo coast P WSprlnkoll of North Lima wilt soil a car load of oholco Kansas horses at public sale In Columbiana next Mon dayaltornoon beginning at 1 oclock Evory Issuo of tho Dlspatoh con tains many business announcements Tho Uvo tradesman finds it a groat through which to roaoh buyers At AUlanco Tuesday morning Oro dostroyod tho cigar storo and pool room of Stanley Miller causing a loss of 120000 whloh la partially covorod by insurance During tho cold snap two wooks ago consldorablo Ico was cat and stored In Geauga county In this l...

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. — 19 February 1909

f i K i I s iri m t i PfflsEroHi ISSUEO WEEKLY C C FOAVIER Editor OANFIELD TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION On Tear- on m on tni Tana Moathi - CinadUn tubaoriplloni tlxO I OHIO TKLEPHONE NO at3 Pfctronlre Dispatch advertisers - 80 25 03 SPECIAL KOn OK OMtnry Notlwi Beialntloni of BpeV Carii t ThMiki and notioei ol church mil than table jn UrtalnmMiti and the like where anadmlirion fee It ehareed wUl be charred for at the rate of one kall cent a word Theie muit be paid for In ad Tanee or eharied to reipomlble partlea ordering Kbatame FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 1909 If we all hod plenty of money what a lot ol loafers there mlfjht be ALREADY city politicians exhibit deep concorn regarding the election of municipal officers next fall and bo It goes as soon as one election Is over the lineup begins for another The Ohio man Is never so happy as when mixing In politics Canfield already has a first class Normal school but a stato Institution would be oven better And if the log lslature provides for such Insti...

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. — 19 February 1909

K l ner W JI l BLIZZARD TIES Jk OP RAILROADS LEET AND 8N0W HAMPER ALL MEAN8 OF TRANaPORTATION IN MANY 8TATES MILES OF WIRES ARE DOWN A Foot or Snow U Reported In West ern New York Indiana Is Also a Great Sufferer The 8torm Has Moved Eastward New York Feb 17 The entire northeastern section ot the United States from the Mississippi river to the Atlantic seaboard Is In the grasp of a severe storm Heavy falls of sleet and snow accompanied by ley winds on the northern part of this -territory greatly hampered all means of transportation and communication MHas of telephone1 and telegraph wires are down between New York and Chicago and throughout north ern New York and New England n snow blockade prevailed The storm center Is moving slowly eastward and clearing weather Is promised through out the east to day West of Chicago conditions liavo already Improved Buffalo N Y Feb 17 An oven toot of snowt hall nnd sleet fell In Uuffalo and western New York be tween Sunday and sundown last night Tho...

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. — 19 February 1909

f SOME PROBLEMS FDR TEACHERS Applicants For County Certifi cates Must Answer Them EXAMINATION HELD FEB 6 1909 Prepared By the State Sehoot Com missioner to Test the Mental Qual ification of Those Who 8eek Posi tions as Teachers In the Publlo Schools Following Is the list ot questions M prepared under direction of the state commissioner of public schools ad submitted at the county examina tion for teachers Feb G for element ary school certificates THEORY AND PRACTICt 1 What Is perception Indicate the Important part it plays in the acquisi tion of knowledge 2 Discuss the following Teaching both in manner and id method must be adapted to the capacity of the one taught S Give an illustration of inductive teaching in arithmetic 4 Name three physical conditions accessary to proper study 5 Why is the teaching of the ar of language more important in the ele mentary grades than the teaching of the ttitnet of language I 0 What it it to govern a school wisely t UThe following questions are bas...

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. — 26 February 1909

- Bft 1Q 3Rj5LCEiS THE MAHONINQ DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Terms 100 a Year - VOL XXXII I WASHINGTONVIIXE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Hcrold Spring began officially last Sunday C E Holt hustles for patronage and gets It Mrs Will Culler la visiting relatives In East Palestine The band boys are planning to give a drama about April 1st Lent began Wednesday and will con tlnuojuntll the feast of EaBtor Mies Edith Curry spent several days at her home In East Palestine Mies Annie Dalrymple was the guest of friends in Salem Friday night Miss Lottie Chappetl of Salem was the gudst of ber school friends Friday Ballantln6s of Leetonia have Inter eetlng store nows In the Dispatch today The Methodist chblr has ordered a fine pipe organ to be installed next wook Earl Lewis of New Castlo spent Sun- day with his parents Mr and Mrs John Lewis A little girl named Ruth came to tho homo ct Mr and Mrs Aaron Brubeokor Saturday John Greecawalt of Belolt spont Sat urday visiting his ...

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. — 26 February 1909

u Hv The Fordyce Osborne Companys Waiting For This Sale Begins Saturday February 27 Yes and truly worth waiting for tis the last closing out cut price event of the seasons stocks al through this big store every department will take advantage of this chance each department buyer will make a determined effort to reduce their stocks the most This is where the customer secures the best bargains of any past sales of the season this final cut price sale the real ending of the winter selling Hosts of people watch and wait for this Fordyce Osborne Last reductions of the season Because theres nothing like it in any of Youngstowns sales Of course some lots are not large some are not large enough to mention the people who are here early on Saturday morning wilt have the best opportunity of selections It youre Waiting For This Sale you will be interested in knowing that new cut prices will be made each day each hour in some one or the other of the many departments of this store as fast as some ...

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. — 26 February 1909

i it it i V Bv a K e mi nntm tin nn THE ARCHIE- j PISCOPAU SCOOP J Mi tin nn nn tin n Burgess well call him bad to do something to redeem himself He had everything In his favor but he wouldnt work For more tlffcn a week the assignment schedule bad borne the melancholy memorandum rfrom the chief Burgess no day off for a month The man at the desrtc was vigorously carrying out the mandate and in addition doing all he coulS to make It hard work for Burgess The victim had noth ing to say and ho was keeping sober It all started wth a jamboree whep the Philadelphia newspaper men in vited the gang to come over and be their guests Twp breweries one liquor house and several wine agents gratuitously and graciously contributed- the joy The jaunt was for -one day only but at least three of the gang wre four days getting homo Burgess bad Ifcen the cut up of the festivities and when thetime was over refused to go home He put oh evening dress1 to go to a La dles Press Club reception In honor of -th...

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. — 26 February 1909

- ll lu V M Ite Mil K WF OS x 3i u u R r I i I i I rf v 873 CARPETS BY THE YARD Double thread figured Carpet 19 Reversible Cotton Ingrains 29 Wool and Cotton less than wholesale prices 39 All wool aud extra supers formerly 65c 49 All wool 2 plys the best that come from any loom regularly priced 75c and 85c 59 On all wide Carpets we make four great specialties thus Worth 75c and more at 59 All of those worth 98c at 69 Entire assortment of best quality Tapestry Brussels that are made the lowest former price of which is 119 at 89 Entire stock of Velvet and Axminster Carpets with no reserve formerly 125 and 150 at 99 RUGS AND MATS Outside Cocoa Mats 19 Fringed Tapestry Mats 39 36 inch Axminster Rugs 79 54 inch Fringed Velvet Rugs 119 56 inch Axminster Rugs 169 A lot of Hearth Rugs worth 300 to 350 at 199 Imitation Oriental Hearth Rugs formerly 500 at 299 4x6 Navajo and other Rugs were ir 00 now 699 ft rl5Si 4M imw MATTINGS China and Japanese Matting reduced from 35c to From 25 cents in ...

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. — 26 February 1909

MMIMHHHtMMt 1 HOME HAPPENINGS Senior RheVorlcals at the Normal college will be Riven Maroh 6 Builders aid bazaar and sapper at the ME Church this Friday evening Flags were In evldonoe In all parts ol the village on Washingtons birth day Elizabeth Tate fell while playing at school lRBt Friday and broke her right collar bone George Pine a colored man 85 yeare old died last Friday at the coun ty Infirmary Council meeting next Monday night that being the time for the regu lar monthly session H J Dickson last week received two high grade Jersey cows which he purchased in New York state The humorous lecture given by Hi V Adams in College obapel Monday night was enjoyed by a large audience Locally the union sohool and bank observed Washingtons birthday but business generally went along as usual Mrs H J Dickson pleasantly I entertained the Stltcbery Club Tuesday afternoon at her homo east ot tho village Sugar camps gooerally aro In opera tion auu good runs of sap -wore reportod tho first of...

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. — 26 February 1909

is I m m fc m It a j tt - t l 1 I u Easy Road to Fame Al this season of the year Introduce lng a bill Is the shortest of all roads to fame declares the Boston Trans cript Any member of a lawmaking body state or national with suitable writing materials at hand may do this For some reason the reading public takes the act with tremendous serious ness It is not uncommon to hear that they are going to do so and bo in Washington or In the legislature and on investigation It turns out that the indefinite they are merely means that some one man has introduced a bill to make the change in question This is a very long distance from - legislative enactment The bills that will be introduted at this legislative session will run up into thousands the number involving important changes that will be actually passed is decidedly small particularly in the congress of the United Slates How easy it is to introduce a bill was illus trated by an experience of Senator Blair At the request of a constituent...

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. — 26 February 1909

if t II I jp v 5 BAjJI Royi Baiting Powder Jlbsolutely Ture Renders the food more wholesome and su perior in lightness and flavor The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar LOCAL NEWS ITEMS fathered la Town Coaaty and Neighborhood are busy in tho sugar bush Hubbard haB organized a board of tfado Buildings to houso eeverat big In dustries are bolng erected in Warren Weathor conditions Tuesday were -about as disagreeable bb they well could bo Mrs W L Sohofleld has the thanks of tho Dispatch for Seattle Wash newspapers Little Rosa Common of Nlloe badly ecalded two wofeks before died Saturday of her injurlos Tho Dispatch advertising columns today aro right Interesting Dont ovorlook them Tho annual field meet of tho Colum biana county athletlo association trill be held in Lisbon May 15 Bead tho Last Voyago of tho Don na Isabol tho ononing chapters df which appoar in todays Dispatch A numbor of peoplo from this local ity will attend tho inauguration of Pres ident Tall in...

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. — 26 February 1909

fHr f HI- - t m mi U -V I V i m IIIiiiiissiiiii iiM IE Lf H iniiwja whWMiimIp iWlliUBJt lj saJJLBfai - j T - M i IIIIWIWIIIIHWM Bij7JCsjpsJBifcsjsjJjsjiJSBflHSfriSjwMipwsi73P IHSUED WEEKLY C C FOWUM Editor CANFIELD tflx Months Thna Months Blnsisoopy CsnsdUn tnbsotlptlooi SUO OHIO rKLKPHONR NO 4B TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1100 ia CO - 25 03 f SPECIAL NOTICE OMhiryNoHoeiReio1nHoiiiof RrreotCrdf tt Thinks Mid notices of church snd charitable jn leatslnmsnti and the like when in admission foe It ehsned will be ohnrjed for t the rate ot one bU eent a word Theie ranst bo paid for in ad Tanoe or charged to retponeible parties ordering Ikaiame FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26 1909 TWELVE PAGES Some men blow hot air until they cool their closest friends Myroh T Herrick ol Cleveland is down and out as a possibility in Prosl dent Tails cabinet THE esgo of the Columbus Prees Post remarks that eomo are fools for money some for fun and eomo because they cant help it If Mahoning county is located over a lake of oil...

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. — 26 February 1909

m Vi W w W A f If It J - - r r - - - - - - f - -- i i i SSRSHWSnNs by J PAHRISMrniSSAnBORNMELVILL i GHAPTfcH I In Whtch Begins Adventure Some may question the truth ot this narrative yet they -will scarcely Be found among those who go down to the sea in ships To them the un fathomable mystery abiding upon the face of the great deep the constant inarvel of huge heaving leagues ot watery solitude secret and profound must ever remain so vast so inex plicable as to be beyond any interrog atory of the finite the strange the unexpected lurking everywhere To others mere landsmen confidently imagining that all phenomena can bo reduced within the contracted limits of human comprehension I need say no more than that witnesses still sur vive to corroborate the principal Inci dents ot this story which I now pur pose writing In the full glow of a mem ory still dominated by the events to he recdrded It had come to bo the Cth day of April the year 1879 I John Stephens aged 24 occupied a rather com...

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. — 26 February 1909

I r Ki r M n i l p t4 m i n u I E i 1 l in k r I l5B I v ife Pi 5 v B irf i fc f fti wi V 1 r j - Eft iaMafaLd li tL a - fa n - i BJSSI Portable Hog House One of the Best Cheapest and Hand lest Krer Contrived Mr Olln A Dobbins of Ohio sends to the National Stockman the following description of his port able hog house We send herewith a sketch of what we think the best handiest and cheapest hog house wo hare ever used Two doors in front make It convenient for ventilating as we have them face south in the Winter time If there Is a cold wind from the southwest the west doors are closed and Ihe east ones opened Should tho wind he in the east or southeast they are reversed The house Is divided inside by a portable partition which should be nearly four feet high and made of good oak boards with very narrow cracks between them especially near the bottom With this partition In place It makes good roomy beds 5x8 feet each for the sows and when through with It for sows the parti tion Is remov...

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. — 26 February 1909

K T -X IL W BOH CONDUCTED MANY G0URTSH1PS 6rmer sweethearts of al leged MURDERER TESTIFY IN HIS -TRIAL L HE OFFERED TO MARRY TWO Ohe Went Buggy Riding with Rasor Two Evenings Before Orle Lee was Killed Denied that He Would Marry Miss Lee Medina O Feb 24 Former sweet hearts of Quy Hasor on trial here charged with the murder of his Uaacee Orle Lee testified against Haeor yesterday Two said they had received proposals of marriage from Rasor and one of these that she had hoen receiving his attentions for the last three years In the belief that he loved her Another said she had gohe buggy riding with Itasor two evenings be fore Orle Lee was shot Two to Whom he had also paid attention tes tified that he had denied any Inten tlpn of marrying tho girl A Mall Carriers Evidence TJ F foohner mall carrier at Doy leBtown testified he met Rasor and Orle Leo at Doylestown nbout four weeks before the murder Orle Leo he said was sitting alone in a buggy there when ho first saw her AS a result of a t...

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. — 26 February 1909

1 1 f If if1 i I 1 la I eP jffyfex3R8iyiEnC hrSBBB wmmmmmmmmmmmamamsssssssssmammmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmm wFWxfyqBTL 54 inch Cream Madras KQrt TJeryard r OcC I 45 inch Cream Madras v per yard - 36inch Bed Fish Net per yard 45 inch Arab Net per 54 inch Arab Net- Q Q p - - U L per yard t t 54 inch Green Fish Net O K n per yard OOL 54 inch Fillet Net 35c 12Ac 1 Kp yard 1 per yard 48c rr Shears Shears from 5 inch to 9 inch regular 35c goods 17c Writing Papers Writing Paper Linen fabric regular price 25o and 35c now 17c Lunch Baskets Lunch Baskets extra strong wil low 35c Salo price 29c Inverted Lights Inverted Lights complete they 6oldfor75cti5W 39c Gas Mantles Gas Mantles the best 10c value 4 for 25c Knives Knives 2 3 and 4 blades 15c Leather Goods Leather Goods Pocketbooks Musk Bolls and Bill Books dis count of 25s Whisk Broims Whisk Brooms 25c long and heavy kind 19c Bibles Bibles Teach ers Edition large print and index all at dis count of 25 THE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26 1909 Reo...

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 March 1909

tfH I w ft fig x- m ijrr w SI Jv J m A THE MAhONINQ DISPaVch 4DVERTIS1NQ COLUMNS mmmww Tawttff ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Terms 100 a Year ViOL xxxn WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Hcrold Wra E Sheen was in Cortland Mon day buying lire stock Jpnas Knopp spent a few days tho past week in Canton on business David Welkart bought a large draught horse in Salem last Friday Hoy Zimmerman spent Sunday at tho homo of hit uncle David Klingensmlth Mrs Alice Eyater and daughter Bona spent Saturday with relatives in Green ford Interesting missionary exeroUes wore hold In the Lutheran ohuroh Sunday night Wd It Hoapa and Mies Ella Snyder both of Salem were united in marriage Friday Attornoys L P Metzgorand K Li Co burn of Salem passed through hero Monday for Warren Mrs Del Wlsmer of Columbiana was a Sunday guost at the homo of her sis ter Mrs D E Stouffer Mlsa Ruth W btttenberger a former teachor at Millvlllo but now teaching at Homoworth visited frlonda hero last weokt The duck season open...

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 March 1909

STSK Lzr iJUfWSSSKSMSSSS The Fordvcc Osborne Co Youngstown 0 23rd Annual Linen Sale Tuesday Marcn v The Fordyce Osborne Company request the pleasure of your presence at the 23d Annual Linen Sale beginning Tuesday March 9th at which time it will be our pleasure to present the most elaborate best selected and withal the most superb and master ful assemblage of Linen values it has ever been our privilege to exhibit Our exclusive import numbers will appeal to those de siring individuality in designs daintiness of outline and smooth even satiny texture only produced by the finest selected yarns We take pride in stating that this sale will be the culmination of our ideas for a Linen display of sue vast proportions and intrin sic interest to our patrons as will be remembered with pleasure for months to come by every participant Special All Linen Hemmed Huck Towels This is a most exquisite quality nice smooth thread closely woven yet soft and pliable to the touch with a rich finish size 20x...

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 March 1909

vf 9 jw 1 -V c A it- fotf 4 raff ZT4 - S isK r Ik v se i ft K HOME HAPPENINGS X Hie road on the west eide of Broad Btreet Is paved with mud half knee deep Local Masons bold their regular monthly meeting this Friday evening Recent heavy rains have loft coun try roads In ah almost Impassible con dition An entertainment will bo given in the M E Ohurch March 24 under the auspices of the W S M 8 Village council did not meet Mon day night there being no business of special Importance to transaot Bi E Cronk has purchased a lot of Prof C O Allaman on High street and will build a now house tho coming l summer On Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs M H Llddle very pleasantly en tertained a company ot friends at their home on Broad street Tho College Orohostra spent Tues day evening with the families ot Hueh Btuart and I A Manchester at their homo on West Main street and music filled tho air Members of the Mons Club are ex- to take their wives or sweet Eectei with them to tho next regular monthly mee...

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 March 1909

k i SYNOPSIS CIIAPTKIl I Tlie story opns with the Introduction of John Stephens ad ventiin r a Massachusetts man marooned by authcrltlei at Valparaiso Chile Be ing Interested In mining operations In Dollvtn he was denounced by Chile as an Insurreitlonlst and as a consequence was hiding At his hotel Ills attention was attracted by an Englishman and a young woman CHAPTER II Stephens rescued the woman from a drunken officer Joung thanked by her CIIAPTEtt III Adsnlral of the Peruvi an naty confronted Stephens told him that war had been declared between Chile and Peru and offered him the of fice of captain He desired that that night the Esmeralda a Chilean essei should be captured Stephens accepted the commission I watched him closely without ven turing response and he sank into a chair his elbows on the table SI now I explain It all to you his voice falling so low I could scarcely follow We know for two weeks past war was to come We have only a few warships one two three not enough to f...

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