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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 19 March 1909

f -1 Tig jfa j THE MAHONING DlSPAlOti tfKLDAY MARCH 19 1909 jf The Name Cwf g SS5 Plffll All the New Clothing ee em p omo HE - i 4r V T j ihbmse l V fJL j IrM MP r fc11 r7 TAFTS MESSAGE TO h LAWMAKER TtioBpl S REVISION OF THE DINGLEY TAR S1 mi Arr llnnrn oj i a t iv irr v j nutu d t i nc rt PRPRinPNT S Jfc TMi Jw rsppAn i istmfnt ANn RnisinN w - The Present Tariff Act Does Mot rurnisn income tnougn xo Pay the Authorized Expenditures iL5 - B0 changed In the laBt 12 years ns to -require a readjustment and revision Frfi v i A U m Washington Mar 17 President Tarts mossago to congress Is as fol lows To tho Senate and House of Repre sentatives I have convened tho congress In thlB extra session In order to enable It to give lmmcdlato consideration to the revision of tho Dingley tarlfl act Conditions affecting production man vtacturo and business Generally have of tho Import duties Imposed by that act Moro than tills tho present tariff act with tho other sources of government revenue docs n...

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 March 1909

ill HiHf - r V rv M J gsrsjBpni iiNiiy iisGfFgv MpRmmmMMmr I WVWWWVV Zffje I LAST VOYAGE 0 re 1 DONNA ISABEL By Randall Porrlsh Axi1hr of Bah Hampton of Tlacer ere Wustnttions by Dearborn Melrlll tviwwwwvvAAWvwtAV Copjrlabt Ju OleClant COIM 8YN0P3I8 fTtfAPTKTt T Tim utrirv nnnni vHth ths Introduction of John Stephens afl nturer a Msssachusetu man marooned by authorities at Valparaiso Chile Be Ing Interested In mining operations In Bolivia he tvas denounced by Chile as an Insurrectionist and as a censequenct was hiding At his hotel his attention was attracted by an Englishman and a Toune woman CHATTER II Stephens rescued the youns woman from a drunken officer lie was thanked bjr her CHAPTER IIL 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 hould be captured Stephens accepted the commission CHAPTER IV Stephens met a motler erew...

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 March 1909

K Br Hr - Ji K t fcr THE mAhONINO DjSPATCfr ADVERTISING -COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS terms 100 a Teat 1 VOL XXII I i r WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter Alt Hcrold Got On tho wntor wagon Whats the trouble between Dr Tins ley una the Anti Saloon League James Atkinson will make sale of a njpree cpw surrey etc for caen April Brain has unearthed an Old Stradlvarlus oremona bearing dato of J Mrs Elizabeth Ballantyne Is visiting her daughter Mrs H Ji Thrasher in Chardon Spring came In on Sunday with n oWruS ot bird voices and responses from the frogpbnd George Bralnt wife and children of ifew Waterford spent Sunday hero wlth relatives Mrs Dell Wttraer and daughter have eild their property In Columbiana and will locate In Oklahoma Pittsburg capitalists have leased GOO acres ot land near Franklin Square and will drill for oil and gas Timothy Brain and wife of Doerfleld attended tho funeral of Evan RlchardB hero last Sunday afternoon ThoVomalns of Nathan Wnlkor were removed from tho...

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 March 1909

w fc fsavwrstBssarKHrsi - VISt WlmiiXia3SigiXSiSiittTZi The Fordyce Osborne Co SaKSSSSi5iSS3SSSiK4K 2 tvMl JWBV J8S8JJS82SE5W Youngstown 0 a big contract made with the PRINTZBSvS TAILORED SUIT PJOPIv For more than two years past we have beeu considering the advisability of accepting the exclusive sale of the celebrated PRINTZESS Tailored Suits for this city After carefully ex amining numbers of the best lines in the country and the merits of this make we feel we can with perfect conBdence add tour per sonal guarantee to that of the makers for the PRINTZESS Suits The points of superiority are chiefly in the way these garments fit at the shoulder collar hip and bust The styles and workmanship are all that the most skilled and experienced tailoring can produce To more thoroughly in troduce this line and acquaint our customers with the merits claimed we have inaugurated a three days sale THURSDAY FRIDAY and SAT URDAY April 1st 2nd and 3d for the special selling of these Suits To make do...

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 March 1909

si Cf 0 Ir V ft z B L n i 1 v v- - vc 5J3 J u J b J r 3 T tr iasLJLiS1 Gate For Cow Lot Opens Either Way Bnt Stock Cannot Work It The gato shown In the design has many points of merit It opens either way It latches autsmattcally and stock cannot get It open It swings aboto a deep snow the post never pulls op or leans as It Is held In place by the balanced weight of the gate The heaviest gate on tho farm can be opened and closed by a child or a person on horseback It Is made like an ordinary gate ex cept It Is fastened at the top beam A the round hole In tho beam fits loosely around the top post B as Is shown In C The wide end of OATE FOR COW LOT beam sustains a weight of stones a little heavier than tho gate Itself or a weight may be hung to the beam The bottom of the gate is held in place by a chain passed loose ly around post and frame and stapled to both Two pieces of old tiro shaped like D are stapled to the post at free end of the gate as Is shown In E TheJrame holds an Iron sp...

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 March 1909

if r f Yin SHOWED HIS TICKET A Obliging Pssenjjer and a Cranky Station Master cranky station master while exam lataft tickets camo across n cattle deal r well known m the district who Iwld a season ticket The station mas ter being aware of this nsually pass es without troubling him to show it On this occasion however he order ed Mm in a not very polite manner to Xrodnce it adding in a devero tone Mind I want to see it every time yon stop at this station Of course tho ticket was produced and the official passed on looking very important and self satisfied A few days later as the early morn lag mall train drew up at the platform at about 3 oclock a passenger accost ed the solitary porter on duty and asked peremptorily for the station master Hes in bed sir replied the porter Tell him I want him said the pas senger The porter disappeared and after wmo delay returned closely followed by the station master who was audibly grumbling at being brought out of bed in tho cold The latter then f...

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 March 1909

JS Ik sat E feH fc HOME HAPPENINGS Special mootlnff of the Board of Trade nest Tuesday night A son was born Wednesday night to Mr and Mrei Thomas Philips The Normal closes today for a va oatlon of ten days the next term begin ning April G Pittsburg decorators are again at work on the celling and walls of the new Methodist church Thursday brought a snow storm and a chill In the air that waff not on 01 like mid winter weather Two deaths at the county infirmary occurred Monday within two hours John Beverly colored aged 85 and his son John Both died of conBumptiod On Tuesday afternoon Mrs E A Arnold entertained the Stltchery Club and Mrs P S Morgan had Tho Wlmo daughsls Club for guests In the evening Tho pipe organ and acetylene light ing plant for the new M E Church arrived the latter part of last week and will shortly be Installed In their proper places Ji I Manchester possesses a hen of which he is disposed to boast she hav ing laid an egg tho other day that meas ured ujx t locoes an...

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 March 1909

H Imaginary Millionaires Millionaires arc of three kinds those born eo those who become so and those who Imagine themselves so Of them all the lot of the Imaginary mil lionaire Is the best for he can spend or save as he pleases and no one can be either damaged or reformed by the disposal of his money What I Would Do If 1 Had a Million Dollars is the title of a book containing about a hun dred and forty short essays written by the boys and girls In a Masachnsctts academy Each student became for the nonce an imaginary millionaire Practically all these millionaires agreed on four points remarks the Youths Companion They wished to glTe some thing to their school to go to col lege they wanted to travel In the United States as well as abroad and to devote some of their money to char ity One was an exception to this rule In proclaiming that she would first ac quire a wealthy name and then en joy life in high society Some otthe essays were very definite A boy made nn extensive list of tho i...

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 March 1909

ri i 2 vv NHob must have moro Bchool room nd a now building Is probable Rvonna schools close todav for a vacation that will run to April 5 Mrs John Ovod Br agod 70 years died In Qlrard Sunday afternoon Grace Reformed church congrega In Columbiana will build a new parsonage Tho Dispatch today completes lis thirty second year and is fooling quite well thank you Mrs Prudence Nelson died In Bris tol Trumbull oounty last week at tho rlpo ago of 89 years Mr Campbell has moved from But lor Pa to Mineral Rtdgo and will con duct a meat marltot In tho Watklns building On Wodnosday MrsAngolino Rink ley of North Bristol colobrated her 05th birthday anniversary and buo stilt en joys vory good health It Is reported that Ivor J Davis -ex-postmaster and nowspapor man of UUob Is critically 111 with tuborculoels at his bomoln Canton Forest MclntOBh 23 years old was killed at Cortland Saturday by tho fall of a derrlok which was being used to load logs at tho Erie depot Judging from tho number of publi...

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 March 1909

MSlTCEk WEEKLY 40 C FOWLVK CANFIELD QfltYear Editor phonb no TERMS OF BTJBSCIUPIION WiX MOPthl WWWrtWWWIM TbTM Monthly tttstfe Coir- - Canadian rabsoriptlons IU60 OHIO kO tioo - BO 25 03 SPKOIAI NOTICE Obltasrr Notloei Resolutions of IUspwt Cards si Thanks and notlwi of ehnreh and charitable sn SertMnmsnts and the like where an admission fee U charred frill bo charged for at the rate of one Bait cent a word Theie mast be paid for in ad mo or oharged to reaponnble partlei ordering the same FRIDAY MARCH 20 1909 TWELVE PACES Live right today and you will be hap py tomorrow In the opinion ol many people hang ing is too good for the dastardly crime of kidnapping LOOKS now as though it will not be many years until Mahoning county will be a network ot good roads nearly every township having at last awakened to tho necessity ot improved hlghwayB Short work waB made of catching tho kidnapers of Billy Whitla after the money bad been paid and tho boy given up Now lot justice bo equally swift I...

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 March 1909

1V t ROAD Iad Making 2 ajwJ Saving 28000000 The Most Impressive Benson For Favoring Better Highways I have gone to some trouble to figure out the savings which the I farmers could make In the handling Evil the three great staples corn Wheat and cotton over hard toads SI wish overy farmer In- the United pJSiates could have the resultant fig ured dinned In his ears every morn- Jag of his life If he once gave thefii consideration the County Sup- Sf rvleor who dared by his ballot hfmself as Inimical to good j road extension wouldnt dare go abroad without a body guard The figures I used were for the lrvest of 1905 1906 The corn Marketed that year weighed 19083 600 tons The average weight ot tie wagon loads hauled was 2696 founds and the total number of loads V 14166628 The average length of Che haul was 74 miles the total mileage hauled over i04758307 Every ton hauled per mile cost 19 -cents and the total cost of market ing the crop by wagons was 26- -830698 Tho average cost of hauling o...

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 March 1909

ri m I f te - a jMBMlWaiMtiltofcn t Mri Vr Y - i JXufiTLj SjL3iwS4t frAe UST VOYAGE o i7e DONNA By Randall Parrish Aa1hr of 3Jc4 Hampton if Ttaetr etc Illustrations by Dearborn Melrtll ifja x aBaagaaswaiaaj vRVCV SlhMSmmMnnMMsNnnCKMaMnanHBanvBfvMS Oopjrlat ACKcClonr Couot 8YNOP9IS CHAPTEll I The story opsns irtth the Introduction or John Stephens 1 enturer a Massachusetts man marooned ty authorities at Valparaiso Chile Be Inc Interested In mining operations In Bolivia he was denounced by Chile aa an Insurrectionist and as a consequence was hiding At his hotel his attention was attracted by an Englishman and a young woman CHATTER II Stephens rescued the ounc woman from a drunken officer was inanxea oy ner CHAPTER Til Admiral of the Peruvi an navy confronted Stephens told him that war had been declared between Chile and Peru and offered him the of Ilea of captain He desired that that night the Esmeralda a Chilean vessel should be captured Stephens accepted the commission CHAPTER IV St...

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 March 1909

ft i 0 V BALLOOHISTS ARE SAFE FIVE MEN ENCOUNTER HARROW INQ EXPERIENCES BALLOON IN AIR ASHORT TIME After Being Carried by a Strong Wind Ballast Was Thrown Out and It Landed In Canon Los Angeles Cal Mar 24 Aftct one of the most harrowing experiences In the history of ballooning CapL A E Mueller and five companions who ascended in the racing balloon Amer ica at Pasadena on Saturday landed In the Sierra Madre mountains Satur day and arrived on foot at Swltzers camp on the slopes of Mount Wilson unharmed yesterday Many searchers had been scouring the mountains for the aeronauts Series of Hardships The men passed through a series ol hardships the details of which hare not reached Log Angeles Arriving at Bwltzers camp yesterday afternoon they were provided with horses and began the descent of the mountain trail to Pasadena over a tortuous and slippery -way The balloon -was In the nir less than two hours It was carried by the strong inorth -wind over the mile high summit of Mount Lowe arid...

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 March 1909

M 7 i stfyrtta i aVeMt mm v wm r fc IH mwi mwhi fl WilMwMtliiJt JIT JW INSECTS CARRY DSEASE I PEOPLE OF UNITED 8TATE8 j EER GREAT ECONOMICT08S yj J NEW JERSEY IS HANDItJAPPED Sections In that State Adapted to fM Dairy Farming Seriously Re tarded by Mosqultos Washington Mar 24 That there Is treat economic loss to tho jjeoplo of McUnltcd States throuch Insects that fcwry diseases Is shown by Jr h O iHsward chief of bureau ot en Uoiiiology in a pamphlet Just Issued by VSjjJdaipartment of agriculture lie do Vlkfw for instance that tho develop- ornK ox mo wnoio state 01 avow jer Been Seriously retailed by ltos In soctlons which ana jrx adapted to dairy farmlngjln other sects but whoro this business hud be given up owing to tho foil effort the mosqultos on the cattieU Many rich soctlons of land cannot i developed as they ought to he says because of tho mosquito Dr Howard elarcs that the typhoid fev ir is not aj Rational scourge as It has beeu called but rathera national reproarb i a natio...

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. — 2 April 1909

v I V 1 e l A 1 i I mr f V TZilJSt - J rjV 1 5 pi THE MAtfOftiftS fefSPATCH ADVERTISING COtUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREAtORS Tarmir 10O a Twtr vol xxxm i WASHINQTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Hcrold This ia All Fools Day Spring plowing has commenced Mrs Jamoa Rohrer was in Greenford today P D Benny of Balem was here Wed nesday H H Getz and wife were in Colum biana Wednesday Jos Tourdoi and wife drove to Co lumbiana Tuesday Beautltul post cards suitable for Eas ter are on at all tbe stores Eleotrlo lights have been the subject of conversation the past week Mrs Amelia Thompson and children were hero from Salem Tuesday Loon iflgnon has been laid off work with a bard cold the past week Miss Lydla King was in Cleveland Monday buying spring millinery An Ivors Fond piano wab placed in the home of John S Davis Friday Easter flowers are hero and the sea sonable millinery will follow of course Grace Reformed churoh at Columbi ana has voted td build a new parsonage Tho Indications are that the R...

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. — 2 April 1909

t kT to i i f f a r Af Remarkable Silk Values With all the successful Silk sales we have held for this occasion well have the best we have had yet Will say further that the quantities are limited Early buy ing is necessary to secure them 32 inch 100 quality Black Taffeta Silk Patrons Timely 7Qfi Sharing Sale - I 3j 24 in beautiful satin Foulards These were 75c the yard Patrons RHp Timely Sharing Sale UUU 19 inch fancy Waist and Dress Silks 75c and 100 the yard was the regular price A superb variety to choose from Patrons Timely QQp Sharing Sale price Ovl Last Call for Winter Coats Ladies and Childrens About fifty Winter Coats left all told in ladies and childrens Childrens sizes 3 to 6 only and misses 12 to 16 years ladies 34 to 42 Any of these Coats that are not sold before Saturday at the regular prices will be sold at the Patrons rt i flfl Timely Sharing Sale at Jj UU A Few Dress Goods Too Not a great many values ever offered like these For this sale only we mention a splendid li...

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. — 2 April 1909

r m jpmppiii juptt w vwpf i i ij wniii r f rw s T PENSIONS Points tor Soldiers and Sailors and Their Heirs Uop7lf ht WM Vf O E Jtra Information for soldiers and sailors and their heirs who are Invited to make use of this column for such Information at they desire relative to pension matter letters stating full name and address of writer should be addressed to C B -Jones Waflnpgton D C In replying thereto ohlylia Initials of correspondents -will be quoted Galveston Tex jQuery Will you please quote In your pension column the act ot Ma SO 1908 relative U the Texas volun deere fc James N T Answer The act approved May 36 1908 pensioning the surviving offlcere aud enlisted men ot the Texas volun tecrs employed in the defense ot the frontier of that state against the Mexican marauders and Indian depre dations from 1855 to 18C0 inclusive is as follows That the provisions limitations and benefits p the ftct en Qtled An act granting pensions td survivors ot the Indian wars ot 1832 to 1842 inc...

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. — 2 April 1909

MS i i il ill CfflClENS IN ST AUGUSTINE CELEBRATION OF THE FOUNDING OF THAT CITY BY DEZ 18 BEGUN PONCE DE LEON COMES AGAIN thousands of People Witness Elabor ate Spectacles In Commemoration of the Anniversary of the Arrival of the Spanish 0t Augustine Fla Mar 31 Ponce H e Leon landed here again today and with his coming began the celebra tion of the anniversaries of tho arriv al of the Spanish the founding of the City of St Augustine by Menendez and the change of flags Thousands of people from the northern states are hero to -witness the elaborate spec tacles Ponce de Leon Arrives Today devoted to the exercises and ceremonies connected with the landing of Ponco do Leon He arrived pn a caravel accompanied by a throng pf Spanish grandees knights soldiers and priests and landed at the en trance to the old fort There he was met by several hundred Indians led oy chiefs and braves in full costume Tho Spaniards as they came ashore knelt and blessed the land and offered banks for the succes...

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. — 9 April 1909

t Ui y kw j i S01 PROeiMTW AID TEE BIBLE TotneJbHU roi the Dispatch elven to drink but to drink with a Temperance or Prohibition is one tliA Al AnnMlftviM rf 41ia nfnfr j n bug ijivuuuDaviuuaui fuu losouu uaji it Is a question agitated in the United States from the lakes in the north to the Gulf in the south and from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean and to a certain efctent in all civilized countries I remember When the first agitation some seventy years or more ago got to Green township in the form o a Total Abstinence Pledge and it has been going on etf er since in one fornr or other and it is In worse shape today than it over wa3 It has got to -where it is doing more harrn than it possibly could anywhere elsejust where the arch enemy o souls waritf it in the church It is said thatltjigjln all the churches In our land exceiwtwo tho old Lutheran and the Catholic The Anti Saloon league has got into the church and preachers church officors and members belonging to it meet in secret ...

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