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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 April 1909

3M r 8 rtSSmthwmSSKlKitPfKfiV PMlffli MD THE BIBLE To tho Edit r of the Dispatch Temperance or Prohibition Is one of the great questions of the present day it la a question agitated in the United States from the lakes in the north to tbo Gulf in the south and from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean and to a certain extent in all civilized countries I remember when the first agitation gome seventy years or more ago got to Orecn township in tho form of a Total Abstinence Pleflco and it has been going On etf er since in one form or other and it is in worse shape today than It ever Vras It has got to where it is doing more harm than it possibly could anywhere olsdtjust where the arch enemy of souls wantS it in the church It is said tnfctftltBsjln nil tho churches in our land oxcCpTfJtwo tho old Lutheran and the Catholic Tho Anti Saloon league has got into the church and preachers church officers and members belonging to it meet in secret session to lay plans to catch the Ignorant Nearly ...

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. — 9 April 1909

11 i tl bi J I US I kLA f A -v FREE With Every Boys Suit 500 or Better This Sfort is tie Homo of Hart Schaffner Marx Clothing Tbo following article wag written by James Mnckoy of Youngstown one of tbo oldesUrcsldents of tho county and wldoly known as a civil engineer Editoh Dispatch It is a mMtor of deop regret that tbo opponents of local option should resort to tbo selfhh nnd un Chrlstlan appeal to the public to repudiate It aieertlnc that If adopted it would result In In crease of taxes and impair tbo business of certain classes of our citizens Now every sensible observing man well knows tbat tbo only way to prevent in temperance with Vbo habitual drunkard is to put intoxicants beyond bis reach so overpowering is bis appotlte Local option affords us all an opportunity sim ply by our votes to rescue such poor weak erring fellow mortals from Im pending ruin of both body and soul for the Bible says tbat no drunkard shall inherit tbe kingdom of God Further more it threatens woe unto h...

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. — 9 April 1909

R ak i w v f rv r Sk li4 X W c f U r y jrijgriitju Home hapthnings j -Attend Easter services Bohday Roads about the town being dragged and put In good condition A nrobabllllv o the automobile passenger service are summer Is between uanneia ana Youngstown The young mens class of the M E Sunday school will serve warm maple sugar next Thursday evening About 25 applicants for certificates Attended the county teaohers examina tion in this place last Saturday E E Neff has had a well dug1 under his meat market to supply water for the manufacture of ice the coming summer Special Easter muslo at the Presby terian ohuroh next Sunday at 1080 a ra and at 4 p m You will be welcome Cyrus and Roy NeH have eaoh pur chased Rambler automobiles which they expeot to receive about the middle ot May Many enjoyed the ham and egg sup per at the Presbyterian churoh Wed nesday night The recolpts amounted to 825 60 Council had a busy session Mon day night several ordinances being pawed They will bo found in 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. — 9 April 1909

flL r Serutlriteo the Maxtmt A busy clergyman declared recentlj that the tay he got through his work was by violating most of the pretept he had been taught Jn boyhood fore most among them If you want any thlng done do It yourself The house keeper may take a leaf from his book For example the task which she turns over to her daughter lightens her own hands and trains those of the little maiden The most fatal precept foi mother to observe Is Whatever Is worth doing at all Is worth doing well that Is If well Is Interpreted to mean as well as you can do it Here la a place for her to use that Judgment which comes so high In the markets ol the world and Is too often held so cheap In the home As well as possi ble Is none too well when the task Is making an apple pie or boiling a po tato but the woman who dusts her house from attic to cellar every day aa well as she can do it lacks a sense of proportion So does she who darns a pair of 25 cent stockings a half hour a week for three months A...

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. — 9 April 1909

W K i jxJimBrr5s3 AHoUtkly rmre Grapes give the chief ingredient the active principle and healthfulness to OYAL BAKING POWDER uBssrs11 mJlhsotu1ely Pare Insures wholesome and deli cious food for every day in every home Gathered In Town Coanty and Neighborhood No Phosphates LOCAL NEWS ITEMS No Alnm 3of t moplo buds are bursting Croaking should bo loft to frogs Salom has a plague of rats bIoco tho dogs wore muzzled From every pond comes tbo usual spring evening concerts rho DUpatoh la always glad to re celvo any Horn of local news Not many empty bouses In Lisbon Journal Tboro are none in CaaOold Glrard has an opldomlo of scarlet ever and public and Sunday schools aro closed Can it bo callod a tariff of extremi ties because it raises tbo July on gloves vand stockings t Robins wore never moro numerous than thlB spring tboro may bo a bird fjr every cherry Early garden makers got busy dur ing tbo bright days procodlng Tuesdays storm and many truck patches aro in cvidonco as a result Rev W...

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. — 9 April 1909

s m W W V mm I JsV wi T Ct SWowng Dispute ISWB WEEKLY C C FOW1F OANFIELD IUKPHONI Three Month BUKiauopr Editor NO TERMS 07 8TJBSCMPTJOK 9Tr Montns CsntdUn snbseriptioni tUO OHIO fL00 SO 25 03 BPKOIAX HOXICK OWtntrr Hctlo RmolaUom of Rtspeet Cards tt Thinks emd notloei of ehnreb ud ehtri table n Hrtnlnmniti and the like where n admission fee tl elurted will be chried forattherateolone kalf oval a word Tbeis matt be paid for In M mtee or eharrsd to responsible partissordsnn tie nine FRIDAY APIUL 9 1909 TWELVE PACES MUCH can be dono for every com munity by boosting It Try It The mayor ot Akron bocb no harm in poker playing as n means ot entertain ment Neither does the fellow who Wine With ex President Rooeovolt so far away what need ho caro if President Taf t docs show an inclination to cast hie polioles into the ditch The BBge of the Columbus Press Post remarks that when a man settles down and up at the same time ho may be regarded as a cquaro man Begin to practice now to govern your ...

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. — 9 April 1909

JSf h - k S NX Ladies Spring Neckwear TmiIIcs lace trimmed limn Slock 25c mines while tlicy last Ono big nsMiitmcut of IJcm iTnlmK Colluro IJomh etc mines 25c to 150 Silk Department THE aWUCE OF 6EESE A California Man Correo to Defene of Maligned Bird Among the defender of the gooe Ja reetdent of Sierra County Cali fornia The especial Incident upon -which be bases ha defense of the jBOOte and -which Is printed In the San Francisco Call happened several months ago The story Is given In Ills own words I was on my way to a neighbors -place several miles from py own when I noticed a large lock of geese coping south The were white geese with black wings and were fly ing In the usual Y shaped formation In looking at them noticed a black eagle an unusually large one com ing from the east He was flying dl rectb toward the geese although his cotfrs Would carry hlni a little below thorn T3 geese saw the eagle auaut the same time that did Before he ar rived opposite them they gave decided visa...

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. — 9 April 1909

wt W H We Give Atlas Stamps IKvvvvVvvvvVvvKI1 Z5he LAST VOYAGE 0 the DONNA ISABEL By Randall Parrlsh 3e Hampton if Flaetr ttm I nitutrations tjr Dearborn Melrflt 1 jVl2VV Chapter XI Continued 1 waited until ho became busy with his wbrk his face still filled with amazement over my revelation then walked -around tho end of the piano and rapped softly at tho after cabin door Celeste opened tho door with dainty courtcry and a quick uplift ing of frightened eyes to my face Sho bad been crying and in somo way her very manner mado mo suddonly awaro how poorly I stood in tho esti mation of her mistress find herself Yet for tho moment I did not sod ously caro stepping quietly within cap In hand Intent merely on tho rapid completion of my visit Lady Darlington arose Instantly from her chair steadying herself to tho roll of tho vessel with ono hand on the brass rail of tho bod and fronted mo b1 lently tho expression of her faco ex pectant but reserved Gazing upon her I felt tho fully revealed ...

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. — 9 April 1909

I a Jgsar TtTslvrji SftcaiCT sW XX Au Juutfw mg The golden sun climbs up the sky The shadows flee away Ohl weary heart forget to sltfh God sends the Easter Day Long was that night chill was the air And grief oer brooded long Yet Is the new world white and fair Uplift thine Easter songl The cross that bowed thee with its weight By strength of prayer is stirred Till it shall bear thee soon or late As wings upbear the bird The life that thrills from star to star And beats In leaf and stem Is wider than the heavens are And blesses thee from them Vcrt thou cast downwert thou dismayed Dear Child of One above Behold the earth in light arrayed The light of deathless love Ohl listen to the word that wakes In every budding flower And take the bread the Master breaks In His triumphant hour For those who hear and hearing yearn The King hath secrets sweet Their hearts within them thrill and burn They wait His coming feet Then swift the sun climbs up the skyl The shadows flee awayl Ohl -weary hea...

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. — 9 April 1909

V I- iife WRITING iiiwisii it ri SOME PROBLEMS FOH TEACHERS Following Is the list ot quesUons M prepared under direction of the Utte commissioner of publlo schools trad submitted at the county examina tion for teachers April 3 for ele mentary school certificates 4 GEOGRAPHY 1 Define horizon renith equinoctial joints 2 What 1 a wave Give the cans tt 3 Write the name of ten deciduoui trees with which you are familiar 4 What is government Name and give examples ol the leading kinds of government 6 Kame three of the mot important railroad centers in the United States and state what Interests have made them o 6 Name the township or village In which you live give approximately its latitude and longitude name its leading Industries and give the rate of taxation 7 Defint transportation as applied to commerce Name the leading means ot transportation B Kame the chief exports from the United States to Germany Name the snineral products of Germany P A steamer sails from Liverpool and touches at...

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. — 16 April 1909

rr7w - THE JKAHONlNCI DISPAtCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS v ARE BUStNESS CREATORS Tarass 100 Tear VOL XXXIII I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold All aionnd us fair with flower fields ot besutr sleeping lis 1 All around u Enter tolces Call to doty item and high Easter Observance Hero The gladness of Easter of Onlno was ushered In at 6 oclooklMt Sunday morn In when the Angelus of St Patricks church called the faithful to early maBB and the Lutheran churoh bell announced union aunrlse services In the Methodist Episcopal ohuroh The 40 days fast was brokonby the feast of Eaeter The day had li origin way back in the mists of antiquity The Jews observ ed it aa their feast of Passover while Christians observe it in commemoration of a risen Redeemer The VMan of Sorrows from the manger to the cross baa been lifted up from the earth and has drawn ellnatlons unto hlmBelf The Lutherans of this village ob served EaBter by administering the Holy Communion at their forenoon ser vices and w...

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. — 16 April 1909

h r J V lb T Id jf irf PA 4 E f s ll8W3BBm3SSSSSSS The Fordyce Osborne Cos Special Tailored Suit News Printzess Tailored Sni ts Creating a Big Stir A week ago we advertised a special sale of these Printzess Tailored Suits for the popular price of 2500 and as stated at that time this firm has been very anxious to have their lines placed in our store To do this at this time they have made us a remarkable price concession which we have given to our cus tomers and we will say candidly that our sales in this department have more than doubled in fact have almost trebled them which speaks very flatteringly of these tailored suits Do not understand these are any job lots or left overs but the best the Printzess factory can produce in fact they are better than they make ordinarily to sell at 3500 Sent here at a price concession to Introduce their lines more thoroughly As these special 2500 Suits are the same values that we have in some of our regular 3500 and 3750 lines we place these number...

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. — 16 April 1909

s U f A We Give Atlas Stamps HMH SIZE OF BULLSEYE it Varies According to Distance In Rifle Shooting A bullseyo la a bullseyo Is an ex pression frequently used In connection with rifle shooting but those unfa ulllar with mlllfary rifle practice as nt present conducted bare little con ception of what Is incant by n bullseyo on the regulation targets The ranges At which shooting now takes placo are - 200 COO COO COO 600 000 and 1000 yards For these ranges three targets are employed Tho first Is target A which is used at 200 and 300 yards It Is six feet tall and four feet In width with n bullseyo In tuo center eight inches in diameter This is surrounded by a circle twenty six inches in diameter Another circle is forty six inches in diameter 1ho bullseyo counts C a shot In tho inner circle 4 in the outer circle 3 and on the remainder of the target 2 - Tho B target which Is used at 000 and COO yards Is six feet square It has a twenty Inch bullseyo and the first circlo Is thirty seven inch...

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. — 16 April 1909

w ti r i i Splitting the Difference When Jurymen In Stony Gulch disa gree there Is usually some member whose Influence backed by his recog nized handlness with a gun carries the day Some thought hed ought to git threo thousands damage and some thought four thousand said Bud Lewis referring to a recent caie but I persuaded em to compermise Indeed said tho stranger with a wary eye on Mr Lewiss gun which he seemed to be fondling In rather a careless way What sort of a com promise I put It to em Why not split tlu difference and call It five hundred And when Id brought my reason tu bear on em said Dud with a loving gaze at his weapon of defense they all come round to that compermise in no time Insulted Andrew Thomas was a great for getter He forgot to pay the mone he owed and to give people back the things he borrowed Moreover he was touchy on the subject so that few of his friends liked to hint that he had any of their property In his possession One day one of them took his courage in h...

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. — 16 April 1909

HOME HAPPENINGS Carpets are being laid in the new JMethodlst church Indications are that Oanfleld will have several good boso ball Jeams the coming season Concrete sidewalks are being laid on the north and south sides of the new Methodist ohuroh The net receipts of the Ester sup per served by the M E Church ladies last Friday flight amounted to 129 The thanks of the Dispatch force tire returned to Mr A Burton of Goshen township for a treat of choice apples Good reports come from the Nor mal College where excellent work is OBlcg done by instructors and pupils A special meeting of the council was held Monday night when the matter of building sidewalks was con eiderod New windows have been placed in the front and second story of Homer Strocks residence In addition to other improvements During the sale last week Wednes day several rods 01 cattle sheds well baok on the north side of the fair grounds were blown down The mow squall Saturday left about as much of the beautiful on the ground...

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. — 16 April 1909

rf f f Terrific Waste of Natural Oa Natural gas sufficient to light the streets and homos heat tho buildings and turn tho factory wheels of every enterprise In Chicago St Louis and New Orleans is going to waste In tho Caddo gas and oil fields near Shreve jiort La nt tho rate of 100000000 cu Iblc feet a day Gas Is rushing from the 3xwols of the earth throuch two wild -wells and over fifty gas and oil wells left uncapped The crater of one wild well covers over two acres The atten tion ot President Roosevelt has been -attracted to conditions and by his or der all public lands lying In Caddo and Dossier parishes have been withdrawn from entry until the government may take what steps are deemed necessary to stop the terrific waste and preserve what is conceded to bo the greatest gas field In the western hemisphere In the meantime says the Technical World Magazine the city of Shrevfe port is thronged with oil investors from every section of the country rival claims have been filed on gove...

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. — 16 April 1909

V V Goo Rlngor of Louisville Stark county haB eight owes and 14 spring lambs as their progeny the largest weighing 12 pounds Ho recently sold 12 oak trees for 8250 the largest troo bolng 4 feet and 8 motion in diameter Mrs Susan Boole with who was fcora In Pprtago county and bad lived Jor nearly 60 years within its borders pasted away last wook Wednesday at Lor borne on tho farm on which aho bad resided for 68 years in tho Lako Brady neighborhood Clom Dales was fined 60 and costs by Mayor Kyes of East Palestine for iurnlahlng Intoxicating liquors to Jesse Mlllor and la default of payment was 3ont to tho Lisbon jail Dales 1b tho first prlsonor sent to tho county jail from East Palestine for violation of tho liquor lawB O D Metzler of Loetonla ono of hip nldtltna friends In remitting his subscription to July 20 1010 1b kind enough to write as follows Continue tny subscription to me inimiiaoie iua boning Dlspatoh which somehow or -Other 6eomB to como to us wjth the same degree of pleas...

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. — 16 April 1909

t jk M 1 2 fl i l u M I J Ik f K w f CANFIELD Mm fca a Man M ft Wtoe a jPbmbw Joe ISSUED WEEKLY C C FOOLER TKUKPHONE NO On Year Month iatqo si onthi filntleCopy Alitor TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Canadian inbserlpUons tl60 OHIO 4 0 4100 OU 25 03 BPBOIAX NOTICE Obituary Notloes Resolutions of Respect Cards Thanks and notloes of church and obarl table en asrtalnmenls and the like where an admission fee ji charged will b charged for t the rate of one fcalf cent a word These must be paid or In ad raaee or ehaird to responsible partita ordering thomme FRIDAY APRIL 16 1909 TWELVE PACES Tms thing ot Issuing extra page papers la becoming a habit with The Dispatch but do attempt will be made to break away from it Men who have wheat to sell aro not complaining about the speculation In and cornering ol that cereal which has Bent the price Bky hlgh Keep an eyo on Gov Harmon of Ohio and watoh him tsako democratic can didates or the Presidential nomination 0 seme three years hence THE Cleveland Naps de...

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. — 16 April 1909

XiXKXXXUX3XMDCXZXZXa ff LAST VOYAGE o the DONNA ISABEL By Randall PnrrlsLi Au1hmr ef Be Hampton qf Tlaetr tie Illailratiom bj Dearborn Melrlll jvvytvwtv OcpjTllkt ACUcClatt OOUM Chapter XII Continued We both sat breathing hard from our late exertions listening anxiously yet with vastly differing emotions hope animating me that this was to prove a capture or at least that some chance discovery by the officer visit ing us Would result in the release of the women below But De Nova was in an agony of apprehension the full peril of his position clear before him We heard the bare feet of the hurry ing sailors patter along the deck the strident voice of Tuttlo issuing a few final commands and the faint sound of oafs in the water alongside The officer came slowly up the ladder and my heart sank as I heard him laugh carelessly to the mates greeting 1 could distinguish tho sound of his voice but not tho words uttered and in some way it impressed me with the thought that tho fellow was young a...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 April 1909

I fc e A 4JPS tHrl Jtiltltl lit t I 1 lit blnLJ Ill Tin I X IT HIT Agricultural TTTTTTtlTTTTTTTTTnlTnTiT THE CONTINUOUS DOOR Type of Opening for the Silo That Is Most Desirable The advantages of a continuous door to the silo making it possible to climb a ladder on the Inside of the chute and step directly on to the silage without even stooping would be appreciated by all and especially by the man past middle age Our lllusi tratlon shows a general plan of a pro poscu silo which will have a t 101 with nothing extending across It i In doors could be of any height perbip simply longucd and grooved plank sawed as long as width of door The chute Is built with the rest o the silo of the same masonry construc tion and the reinforcing steel passes around the chute The portion cf the wall at B In the figure is only sup ported at A fnd C However for con crete brick or tile a light steel rod may be laid in the wall aiproxlmnte ly as shown which makea u re-en-forced beam of that portion of the A...

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