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

T V v t v bf W fiH IfiNUek v ttu1 1 iRfcArivJLlT iCLhnSc tjC2 The ortly baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Made from Grapes Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Tho sprint duck shooting season In Ohio opened Tuesday John Hoffman dlnd In New Spring- field last week aged 70 years Time devotod to reading advortiso ments in the Dispatch is well spont March came in lamb like and the weathorwlBe aro oertaln it will go out roaring Turnkey 8choen field of Warren had a valuable blookhound stolon from -the jail barn tho other night Mrs Mos 09 Sltler of Loo top la was Alruok and instantly klllod bytthe cars - at Nolds oroBBlng last Friday A Lowcllvlllo liveryman who had a rig stolon last October reoentty recov ered his property at Chagrin Falls Miss Ida Porroll formerly of All nco has purchased a papor in Now Mexico and will odlt and manage same WoUh citizens of Nllos colobrated fit Davids day with a banquot Monday night and thoro was much spoaking and flno singing Asaol T...

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 March 1909

it Phoning JispnttJ ISSUED WEEKLY C C FOWLBB CANFIELD Editor OHIO VKLEPHONK NO 48 TERMB OF BUB8C1UPTI0N Mt Months Tares Months BeuiauopT Canadian inbscrlrUoni 1X0 FRIDAY MARCH 6 1909 Now rr is President Taft Of course we oxpoct It in March 1100 60 25 03 BFEOIAI NOTICE OMtnarr Nottoes Resolutions of Retixot Card el Thinks and notices of chnroh and charitable an- and tho like where as admission fee charted will be charged for at the rata of on Ut oent word These mnit be paid for in ad vance or charred to responsible partial ordering the tame Weather conditions hereabout were anything but ideal on inauguration day Men who have nothing to lose are seldom caught by tho rice or fall of prices in the stock market At noon Thursday tho sixtieth con greBS came to a close and at the earns time the political career of a considera ble number of politicians was ended Now it Is ex President Roosevolt But tho country will never forgot tho good ho accomplished while in tho highest offlco mortal man ...

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 March 1909

SJF 1 sT f ii i i I PRESIDENT TMT8 HHH kJrv v -S STRONG ADDRESS INAUGURAL DELIVERED BY NATIONS NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVE EXTRA SESSION IS PROMISED i Congress Will Meet March 15 to Take Up Tariff Revision Adequate Army and NaVy Urged Panama fcanal Heartily Approved Southern Race Problem and Labor Legislation J Discussed Wsnln6lon Mar 4 President ifft having been sworn in as chief etecutfve of the nation delivered an f maufforal address that was listened to wlth gfreat interest In part It was as follows My fellow Citizens Any one who takes the oath I have Just taken must feel a heavy weight of responsibility til not ho has no conception of the -powers and duties ot the ofllce upon J which ho is about to enter or he is lacking in a proper sense ot the gallon which the oath imposes j auo uuiwu jl an lUKUtiUliM uuumtia Is to give a summary outline of the inaln policies of the new jtlori so far as they can be anticipated I have had the honor to be one of the advisers of my distinguished censor ...

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 March 1909

fe m I The Name That Stands for Merit in Clothing WASHINGTON IS IN GALA ATTIRE Washington March 3 With In auguration day near at hand tho pop ulation of this city Is from 75000 to 100000 greater than usual and by to night this surplus probably will have been doubled Of tho 31000 members of civic and military organizations who will par ticipate in the Inaugural parade about one third already have arrived within the shadow of tho capltol dome By to night fully nine tenths of them will be here The West Point cadets- will roach tho city this afternoon and will bo quartered In the Pullman cars in which they como while the Annapolis diddles will arrive on Thursday as will also the boys from St Johns llllltary academy at Annapolis Capital Gaily Decorated Had tho sun shone last night on Pennsylvania avenue Its own bright ness would havo been dimmed by the brilliant illumination along tho ave nue Long golden ropes of gorgeous ly glittering electric lights waving American flags dono in red wh...

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 March 1909

tfi ngfti - 4 100 flar v k i - jnta i KV- Erf - mi VOL XXXIL 1 There li no nntxltet WlpSTsr planti seed beneath the tod And wain to tee it push awar the clod lie trut la God -ft f Ilt iii THE iHAriONINQ DISPATCH V ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Washingtonviixe local gleanings By Pcfer M Hcrold Bnlwcr Carl Boesert was home over Sunday V tt a bleotrlo cars now enter Rant Liverpool George yauebn contemplates a trip to Missouri p yrcario uuaunu noa uui7 uutu A u Htaa over tjunaay Fred Bossert Is home from Alliance for a few weeks vacation Friday April 16 has been fixed as Arbor flay Any treos to plant Mls AnfatoBrady U on a three weeks1 visit with relatives In Pittsburg George Summervlllo jr hat secured employment at the B B mlnoB - Elmer Warner had a fine lighting plant Installed In hU residence last week Written examinations In school this week makes a good demand for blank paper David KUngonsmlth wife and son Mark visited friends at North Lima All atiDllcatlons for relief ...

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 March 1909

rv t MSWeiSSJSSWSSSKSJaSSSSSJSKJ The Fordyce Osbornc Co Youngstown O Wholl be the first customer at this store on Saturday Morn ing March 13 for one of these Coats We have had some very successful closing out sales in the Suit and Wrap department now for the last one the time when everybody will want to be here first But well say there will be no reserve none laid away every per son will have an equal chance Your choice of any Ladies Winter Coat in the store that sold up to 2250 for 500 In black and colors Saturday Morning March 13 Remember the date The FordyceOsborne Co I Greatest Exclusive Dry Goods House 1 YOUNGSTOWN OHIO 53aBJajjagStga3JSJSWS3ESaB r v SOMETHING NEW This is an entirely new design in Silver Plated Ware finished like sterl ing silver warranted for 25 years It is the best thing that has ever been produced in quadruple plate We will give to the readers of the Dispatch a special price for 30 days only of 225 per set for Teaspoons We also have this pat tern in Knives F...

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 March 1909

V -V h t b H J h f i Hi f I HOME HAPPENINGS Several flocks of wild geese headed north passed over the village this weok A moving pioture show Held forth Id town hall Tuesday and Wednesday nights The hoard of Normal trustees met Wednesday and considered plana for the coming year Telephones have been placed In T D Carpenters business place and tho residence of L M Cox Union services were held last Sun day evening in the Christian church Rev WS Rowe delivering the sermon A delightful recital was given Wed nesday night by the music pupils of J B Jpnes at bis home on North Broad street H Li Welkart who recently pur chased Frank Ramsevs property on Lisbon street expects to build a new house tho coming summer On Tuesday afternoon Mrs I A Manchester very pleasantly ontertain ed the membors of the Stltohory Club at her home on West Main street Plans are being prepared for the new building at tho county Infirmary It will take tho place of tho one burned Jan t and its estimated cost is 49000 T...

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 March 1909

ftv MM KILLED I SIXTY INJURED -TOWN OF BRlNKLEY ARK WRECKED BY A DESTRUC k TIVE TORNADO IS PROPERTY LOSS IS 1000000 Every Business Place Is In Ruins and There Is Hardly a House that Has Not Been Damaged More or Less Brlnkley Ark Mar 10 Thirty 01 more lives were snuffed out 60 people were Injured l4 seriously and prop erty estimated to be worth 1000000 was destroyed as a result of the tor nado which wrecked this little city Monday night Of the known dead 14 are white Terrible Destruction The tornado hovered about the city only a few minutes but Its work of de struction was complete The Roman Catholic church standing directly in the path of the storm alone escaped damage or destruction and stands a grim sentinel In a scene of desolation Main streot and Cypress avenue the two principal thoroughfares aro lm passablo and piled high with wreckage from end to end Every business houso Is in ruins and there is hardly a homo that -has not at least suffered the loss of a roof or wing The Arlin...

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 March 1909

feK fc - fv 1 iV i - c V fc t 1 1 Hi I i i v4 R -ii i UM SSj 5 Jes The onlv Bakma Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ROM Baking Powder LOCAL NEWS ITEMS lathered In Town Counly and Neighborhood Next Wednesday Is St Patricks dny Dont miss tbo Dispatch advertising columns Lawns are beginning to tako on a covering of green Epldotnloof typhoid fover In NUobIb being Investigated by etato authorities Chancoof securing a crop of natural lea for next summor ueo Is mighty ellm O glvo thanks unto tho Lord for Ho Is good for HIb mercy onduroth forever Next Thursday Poland will vote on tho question of macadamizing eovoral roads In ho township Rural mall carriers and tholr horses havo had a hard tlmo ot It tho past two wooks tho roads bolng bad much of tho tlmo State Examtnor C M Smith Is at work In Mahoning county making an examination of township and school funds Dr J DoWltt Miller an old favor ltoin Canflold will dollvor his lecture Tho Uso8 of Ugliness In Warron this ovoulng Tbo New...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 12 March 1909

ft r tfu tfy SUaJjonmg Jisgatejj ISSUED WEEktT C FOWLKR - Editor - hAWtTTIJTT E J OHIO VKtKPHONK NO 4B TERMS OF BUBBCniPTION Oct ttCO U Month SO three Monthly itnngiecop C nadlan subscriptions ttSO TEN PAGES IB 8PKOIA1 HOXIOK OMtaary Notloes Resolutions o Respect Card ml Thank sad notices ot churoh and charitable n Mraalnmtntt and the llks -where an admiintn faa it oaartsd will be charged for at the rata of one katf cent a word These must be paid for In ad TMea er charged to responsible parties ordering tkaaama FRIDAY MAKOH 12 1909 March is delivering the goods The legislature Is expected to shut up shop and go home this week The Hon Tom Piatt ot Now York trill not again be much heard of until ho dies Columbus has the mumps And she has had other troubles during the past two months Congressman Kennedy has the thanks ot the Dispatch tor a One map ot the United States FORAKER is among Ohios famous sons who camo home but tho chances lire that ho likes it so well in Washing lngton that h...

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 March 1909

lr ifJ 3 h V st rip v tt U M W v c I t K 1 The Name That Stands foriJMerit in- Clothing Home Made Brooder Wot Hard to JIake and it Will Do Good Service I have made and used a brooder that gives good results The ma terial costs about two dollars and a handy person can build one In a day The gas from the lamp does not go Into the chick apartment at all but filters around under the floor making It dry and warm ex plains a writer In Farnl and Home The -lamp flame Is about three Inches from the sheet iron The heat flows -in DETAILS OF HOME MADE TinnnnifliT up gently through the drum F which l perforated with holes In the side thus letting part of the heat out Into tho hover and the balance In tho brooder above The heat res ervoir Q between the Bheet Iron K and tho floor C Is about one Inch deep The tube F should not touch the sheet Iron merely extend- lng through tho floor C It takes tho least oil of any brooder I ever operated In the cut A is the paper roofing over Inch matched boards D...

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 March 1909

Y ui IX- IU tlf I r s f H WWiVfcVVivvBnB ffrtff I LAST VOYAGE of the I DONNA ISABEL v - i By Randall Parrish Beh Hamptcn of Ttaetr Illustration by Dearborn Melrill AWVVVA Ocpyrltht A a KcClarc A Co 1M J J SYNOP3I8 CHAPTEH I The story opens frith the Introduction of John Stephens ad venturer a Massachusetts man marooned by authorities at Valparaiso Chile Se ine Interested In mlnlnc opocatlons In Bolivia he was denounced by Chile as an Insurrectionist and as a consequence -was hiding At his hotel his attention was attracted by an Englishman and a younc woman CHAPTER II Stephens rescued the young woman from a drunken officer He was thanked by her CHAPTER III Admiral of the Peruvi an navy 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 vessel should be captured Stephens accepted the commission CIIAPTEIl IV Stephens met a motley crew to which he was assigned He cave th...

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 March 1909

ri I n v f ft I I v A li A iv i T m cv Pv tf wr m 4V K J EIVALS OH1 OTJR GIKLS HOW THEY MAY AVOID FLA GRANT FAULTS IN DFlfeSS Utiles Which If Followed Will Lend to Good Vnstty Stylo and Becom lngness In Clothes Should Ner er lio Conspicuous Florence Augustine has written the following article of Interest to girls being a description of some -of the most faults cormon in th dress of yoi y gifis in their teens and an lnaicatlon ot how they mar a tain good taste becomlngness and style In their c1 hes In choosing a frock for the young girl the chief virtue to be sought naturally Is simplicity Showy pat terns expensive materials and exag gerated styles are iwke vulgar and out of place on the girl who values her youth A well bred girl abjUres anything that will mako her con spicuous Hence she would rule out loud plaids stripes at staring col ors and choose Instead solid soft shades and Indistinct designs in both winter and sunier raterlals A rough Oxford gray a navy blue or dark brown clo...

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 March 1909

K m v tr I U lr i i rl il fl E4 1 m W iiEi S t maBaumsmaaisu Harrlsburg Fa Mar 10 What la known as the Fair local option bill was defeated on second reading In the house of representatives by a vote of 137 tO 66 The bill was Introduced by Repre sentative Fair of Westmoreland coun ty and authorized the electors of any borough township or ward of any city to rote upon the question of the sate of liquor Not In years has the house of representatives been so crowded to bear a debate on an important bill Both sides of the local option question were represented by hundreds of ad herents who came to Harrlsburg from all parts of the state The crowds be gan arriving early and a little later there was not an inch of space left in the chamber The side aisles the speakers platform the press gallery and the public gallery were also crowded a large percentage of the people being women Representative Fair was the first speaker He was followed by half a dozen members for and against the bill VERY FO...

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 March 1909

t -a 6 V- V - i K m II v - rK it fc v 1 turjIPiiiS Sib - We x 14J fa i PTv 55V Br ft 3SX7 - VOL XXXII I 5Lrlnnnd un thn IMaWi HJ2SPPIO oro muoa conn In saaii VSaSP - -- 1 THE MAhoNINQ DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Terms 100 a Tear WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter At Hcrold A Visit to Aty Native Town The Y O the Stark Elootrlo and the Vfi L E conveyed me from Wash ingtonvlllo to Carrollton last Friday forenoon On the 7 oolock train was Hon John L Zimmerman ot Boring field who was on his way to Maple Heath to visit his father at the old homestead Ho felt confident that the drys will Carry Clark county March 29th and was also glad of the recent vlotory In Green township John L Is also Bangnlne of a vlotory In Mahoning county From the time I left Salom until I reached Carrollton I found all pottery towns dry and tho people enjoying tho higher life not aerial naviga tion hut what they are pleased to call Holiness unto the Lord At Alliance especially I noticed...

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 March 1909

- KBSBff to J r I 1 a mMFFw im - v - -- m 8JSMWa3iSS2BSZSiSSSaWSa The Fordyce Osborne Co Youngstown 0 SPECIAL Dress Goods and Silk Sale Heres an opportunity to buy Dress Goods for the Spring sewing at a money saving just when you need them The special prices quoted arc for this occasion only Saturday and Monday March 20 and 22 We mention among the very many fabrics the fol lowing 24 inch Satin Foulard Silk splendid assortment of designs also all the staple colorings KOr special for the yard OUu 19 inch all Silk Taffeta Surah and Iousines beautiful se lection of stripes and checks very desirable patterns for Suits and Waists worth 75c and ioo the yard QQn our special price Ovu 20 inch checked Taffeta Silk sold everywhere for GQn too the yard our special price the yard UUu 24 inch Pekin Stripe Taffeta Silk rich patterns for OQn Waists or Suits regular value 1 the yard special price UUu 36 inch Suitings stripes checks and mixtures I On light and dark effects special price the yard jj 4...

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 March 1909

I- w j te I v lit- i f HOME HAPPENINGS Maroh is taklnR good in the mat tor of mixed weather A daughter was born Wednesday to Mr and Mrs Henry Corll John Dolfs Sons and Callahan Neff are shipping hides and tallotf this week to an eastern buyer Tho Tillage board of education mot last Saturday evening and ordered paid bills Incurred during February Hugh Stuart has purchased ol Mrs Mary Hoover a lot ol about one acre adjoining his WeBt Main street hold ings At her home Tuesday evening Miss Nina Hendricks was given an enjoyable Burprhe party by members of her 8unj day school clasB Excellent refresh jnenta were served by Mrs Huxsaw AH the teachers in this locality at tended the four county institute in Nllos last Saturday Tho Institute was very largely attended and was full of Interest and proQt to all engaged in educational Work The Bt Patricks day supper given Tuesday night by the men of tho M E Church was largely patronized the receipts amounting to 80 and the men did themselves proud ...

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 March 1909

l i M y TC lV rjt l 3 i I Hf 7- il4 Country Clubs Golf -would deserve well of lhe pla of America if It pad nothing more to Ite credit than the Influence It has WUdliaH OOCCJ fe twUMlshlne of WHS 9 Wf dartt It has much MWTO 63 K3 CC3ilt tot this is one of to SdasS fSSJBiSMBdatlons The In- i Z OTsrtry clubs B B 382S993S3 a4 plwwlng sign of a 3MKT SeJejEtta rt life- There hare ptssfr et fersra and village and aT dsfca ftctsp now many of them JtrrlDS a wnMni for an agreeable w At u m thrs has been that for the most part they were either mens or womens clubs con ducted primarily for the benefit and pleasure of one or the other sex More over the recreation which they offered was comprised In reading pool and billiards cards and bowling and occa sional dances all Indoors The coun try club on the other hand offers all these diversions to those who wish them and offers In addition the more wholesome sports of golf tennlB snow shoeing and sometimes curling hockey and skating says the Youths C...

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. — 19 March 1909

ld I ll - 4 Mao are aoi is o armiM ana LU m ofioraa mm ug worn jn Am a gwHltuw ea put some m do tfelnee Tbe day mutMig MMd by some of the child t apelghbors calling and extend- ouograiuiaiions ur sou aaru llsjn Hall passed their sixtieth wed ding anniversary at tbolr home on Oak atraet W regret to report the health o4 both these dear old people has do llBftd vey rapidly during the prt yar rid naithar pan sow get around taft arti oounoed to the bouse Grand pa Hall 1 espeoUlly wak iattd feeble td fate deWb U xpootd at ay mo ant Coaauouwatly iters wW b bo pSMwPWflpsi Jr HW9tPw r JpF Ww aft V n iiwTni ROYAL Baking Powder bsoltt isly Ture The Only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar mado from Grapes Royal Baking Powder has not its counterpart at i it i t i i t home or abroad its qualities which mane the food nutritious and healthful are peculiar to itself and are not constituent in other leavening agents LOCAL NEWS ITEMS datherrd In Town County and Neighborhood Mrs Martha...

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 March 1909

Pi w n v- r l r J I I ff f l a F II IP r V tf C 1 Utaloninj gisrait ISSUED WKEKLV C C FOWLKX CANFIELD Jtere 1 SCaUef fOimroiavn jronlT paiaj is the back Urla Ii tcousie wa waai cer kwfc ewe far oinn triPr i it I Uli U7 Molt aiuswiiDcv Editor OHIO TKUKPHONE NO AS TERMS OP BTJB6CMPTI0N OnTmr U Months Inns Months HtsiiaOopT Canadian subscriptions tUO noo GO 25 03 0FKO1AL HunDE OMtnarr Notltes Resolutions of Respect Cards t Thanks and notlees o church and ehari table en tertainments and the like where an admission fee U eharced will be chimed for at the rate of one XU cent a word Theie must be paid for In ad- or charred to reiponilble parties ordering tame FRIDAY MARCH 10 1909 Uncle Joe Cannon was given a bid scare but got therojust the Bame The chancoa are tbat he will not rule in the future In the manner that has characterized his action as speaker of the past years Those Madison county Infirmary di rectors who smoked good cigars and had the bill charged to the county were not real sm...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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