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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 April 1909

IV 5 R w J3VH i T- MUSTNT MISS VISITING TOM Cheerful Prospect Ahead for Traveler No Matter Which Course He Ejected to Follow A Now Englander traveling on foot -through tho eouthorn mountains studying tho peoplo asked a man whom bo mot to direct him to a cer tain cabin at which ho bad been ad vised to stay overnight Going thar said tho man Well Toms a first rater toko him just right but bos mighty queer What do you mean asked the traveler Well Its liko this and the man looked at tbo stranger In a calm Im personal war Holl bo sotting out elde most probably and holl boo you coming bell tako a good look at you and ef you dont suit blm bo may set tho dog on you Ef be dont and you get lo talk ing with him and say anything he dont Just like ho throw you down and tromp on you But ef youre too careful In your talk on the other band hes liable to take you for a spy and use bis gun fust and listen to afterward But Its no use trying to get by -without stopping concluded the man with evident rel...

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. — 16 April 1909

K P - Copyjiglil 11W9 by W O Chapman Mr Jinx sat with his feet on the center table one hour past supper time and merely glanced over tho top of his paper as Mrs Jinx with eyes sparkling and checks rosy from her brisk walk entered the room Well said she pushing his feet from their resting plnce and seating herself there In their stead have you no kiss for me and nothing to say7 Jinx swiftly rose paced threo times across tho room and back with traglo stride then paused tilth his nose with in an inch of her own and declaimed in a volco shaking with emotion Though I might something say to you Of slight respect for husband dear I will not say it Ill keep my face shut now youre hero But I have sat hero long And long Have planned a swift conjugnl spat Woman I say you did mo wrongl I ask Whero is my supper nt Oh you dear old thing roplled she ducking forward and catching her kiss I know you nro JuBt famished but I was shopping and I Just couldnt get away from thoso lovely bargains Shirtwais...

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. — 23 April 1909

fw M THE MAHONINd DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Terms i 100 a Ttar VOL XXXIII I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter AI Herold After the lon lontr winter leop Oreen leale And items begin to peep Abore the dark cold mound When ranbeami chase away the gloom They wak again to bppy bloom They near Bpriott gentle eonnd Carl and Fred BosBert were home over Sunday MIbb Amanda Bllger was employed in Salem last week Sunday was a beautiful day for out door promenading Ieaao Berry went to Sobring Saturday to work In tbe pottory The eleotrlo lino and the thirBt par lor had a ruBhlne trade Saturday Andrew and George Ballantlne of Leetonia -visited friends here Sunday Mrs J F Summerville of East Pales tine spent Sunday with relatives here There wbb a ball game and band prac tice In Stouffers field Sunday afternoon Mies Violet Summervlllo of Garfield was hero Sunday with friends and rela tives The band discoursed some good mu elo for tho school festival Saturday night Char...

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. — 23 April 1909

k M 1 I i H rJlsL ssJ mHMeffiK WASHINGTON NEW8 Senator Aldrich for the Republicans -and Senator Daniel for tho Democrats began tho debate on the tariff bill Secretary Wilson declared thoro Is no shortago in tho wheat crop and blamed tho high price to tho corner of James A Patten If congress grants tho 25000 a year traveling expenses President Taft will take a long trip through tho west and may visit Alaska late In tho sum mer Tho annual congress of the Daugh ters of the American Revolution be gan In Continental hall Washing ton Tho president has nppolntod Assist ant Secretary of the Treasury Charles P Norton as representative of tho treasury department on tho central committee of the national Red Cross Representative Scott of Kansas In troduced a bill in the house providing a penalty for cornering grain The senate returned tho Payne bill to the house and the measure was amended so that the products of oil were placed on the free list President Taft sent a message to congress urging ...

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. — 23 April 1909

-4 0 f i SH L 2fii j He1 OURBOYSANDGIRLS oQo jj HL r SHit GRANDPA AMES Good Grandpa Ephralm Silas Ames Oocs walking put each sunny day He loves to see ihe children play He calls them fondly by their names P They all -wear broad brimmed hats i pulled low They all wear frank and open smiles And are quite free from wicked wiles No wonder grandpa loves them so jKy JET fcu Aii i JWi am mmi Llzette Oertrudo Evangellno Azalla Gazette Clementine And little Zelda Atoinette Stephen Perclval Alphnnso Fltzjamcs Summervillo Alonzo And young Jerome Ellphalet flt Queer Punishment Adelaide had stepped out of bed the wrong sldo that morning Her hair hurt when it was combed no she could not cat that horrid oat meal and later thero never was a littlo girl who had as few toyB to play with Not any paper dolls mamma I havent any really and Bornlco has lots and so has May oh ever eo many And altogether sho was as cross as a littlo girl of four can bo whon sho thinks that everything has gono wrong and that...

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. — 23 April 1909

W fc l 0t WV SI tfi tft ii t1 1iitit tiltttlllli I IT T I ITU 11 Ti TTl i ITT XI 11 I I Selections tHTfIH Jewel Seven Thousand Years Old In -writing ol his remarkable dis coveries In the ruins of the temples at Susa the ancient capital ot Persia Jacques de Morgan tells ot the mar vels ot Jewelry brought to light the -earliest examples ever known ot that country The Jewels ot gold and silver which we now possess he says are the first ot those countries and those ages -which have come aown to our day In this they present a great Interest Unfortunately it Is not possible to -assign a precise date to each ot them As the cylinders and the seals which form a part of the finds belong to all periods -on the fortieth or fiftieth century B C down to the date of the foundation so It is with the Jewels There are some of every age The Tings of filigree work and the sceptre with the lions head seem to be more recent than the statuettes of gold and sllve which have a frankly ar chaic appearance bu...

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. — 23 April 1909

te stsmMifts I HOME HAPPENINGS HMMMMMMMMM Early peach treoa are beginning to bloom and other buds are bursting Splendid progress In being made In securing a 85000 guarantee fund or the Normal College Boost the plan 1 ABB6B8or Samuel Dickson has about completed his work In the village and is now calling on property owners in the township The WImodaughsis Club mot Tues day evening with Mrs 0 O Allaman There -will be only one more meeting of the Club this season Automobllists are now venturing away from paved city Btreots into the country whore they can enjoy fast run ning without fear of arrest Last Friday Mrs Caroline Wetmore oelebrated her 8Sth birthday anniversa ry more extended mention of which will ba made in the next Dispatch Tho ladles of the Christian churob will hold a lOo social at the home of Mrs Leo Curtis on East Main streei this Friday evening All invited B L Manchester of Green township leased the Dispatch force laBt Satur S ay when he brought in a treat of ex cellent s...

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. — 23 April 1909

f s ft I i 1 li l rr If t m 161 u iajLijm pS Overfeeding and Overdrinking Is gluttony n caane of drunkenness At the recent Meeting In New York city of the American Society for the Study of Alcohol several speakers pro nounced It the main cause Dr D H KresB of New York said that appetite for alcohol could be eradicated by liv ing on vegetable diet for six months and that the same regimen would abol ish the taste for tobacco says the Troy Times He gave this short prescrip tion for the cure of inebriety If you Are a drunkard quit eating meat Dr O H Benton of Chester W Va went Into the subject more elaborately thus Men of to day are overfed from the cradle to the grave Nature pours out Just sufficient fluids for digestion to supply the needs of the body but not sufficient to assimilate all the foods that people habitually pour Into their stomachs He declared that poisons are thereby produced which attack the nervous system bringing on a feeling of discomfort which Is obliterated by the ...

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. — 23 April 1909

Ul H WJMMJmVJJJJZWS 3 iBAV J tOBMMW TMrnm ff IwtSfl J uJ i ifT GXXIr JFOWBE Thousands of millions of cans of Royal Baking Powder have been used in making bread biscuit and cake in this country and every housekeeper using it has rested in perfect confi dence that her food would be light sweet and perfectly wholesome Royal isa Safe guard against the cheap alum powders which are the greatest menacers to health of the present day ROYAL IS THE ONLY BAKING POWDER MADE FROM ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR WnVWW LOCAL NEWS ITEMS lathered In Town County and Neighborhood Rvennri high school will havo 21 -graduates this year Sunday was an Ideal day tho mut cury roRUtorlng 75 dogroes Ohio bankers will hold tholr rmnu al convention In Toledo Juno 14 16 Mre Truth Carter pioneer resident of NUob died Friday ngod 81 yoarar Tho Patterson examination was by 103 young people at LlBbon Satur day Ab Wlhon former Erlo agent and postmastor at Phalanx died Monday ot oancor Tho Trumbull county W C T U Institute...

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. — 23 April 1909

w1 i w - A - vnwywrr 3sww C C FOtTKES OANPIELD fti STSrTW jssmm II Editor TKRM8 OF SUBSCHIPXION Tr Months Tims OHIO tKF3MONK NO 48 Csas41n subscriptions 150 HPKC1AI HOTICJE 1100 60 25 03 Cards n Thanks and notioes of ehuroh nd ehuri table n tntetnmratl nd the like when sn admission fee M ehmrred will b charged for at the rata of ons kU cent a word These most be paid for In ad- same or charted to responsible partial ordering FRIDAY APRIL 23 1909 TWELVE PAGES Tax Incomes and catch the peoplo best able to stand the drain on their KKsketbooks If tho price of wheat continues to advance and bakers hope to exist their customers will be lucky to get evn halt a loaf This is tho season of year when the possessions of many tax payors show much depreciation In value except when offered for Bale But the assessor will soon bo through with his taBk Seven killed Bcores injured and property loss a million dollars Is tho record of Wednesday afternoons bur rlcano in Cleveland Twelvo churches 17 school...

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. — 23 April 1909

r V The Old Reliable 14M43 West Federal St Youngstown 0 The LIST VOYACiE of the Nil ISABEL By Randall Parrish Author of Bob Hampton of Placer etc Illustrations by Dearborn Mclvill V- Copyright A C McClurg Co 1908 J i CHAPTER XV In Which the Ghost Appears Difficult work it was keeping sealed lips while we conversed upon matters far away each endeavoring to avoid any reference to present surroundlncs I knew I could fully trust this woman could safely confide In her yet surely there was no Immediate necessity for telling her this latest development In - Tuttlos case Already sho had bur den enough to boar and the manner In which she bore It awoke my slncoro admiration Whatever of despair of womanly shrinking her private cabin may havo seen during those weeks of loneliness she brought nothing out side Its doors but courage and Inspi ration Onco I remember she lingered beside tbo roil with me clinging to my arm for support against tbo yachts tumbling her loosened hair flapping In the wind...

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. — 23 April 1909

i fA B l 5 OUR BOYS AND GIRLS J The Malay Mutiny Talk about trouble said Sandy Hopkins as he stroked his -whiskers and gazed across the Hudson at a fine bark that was being towed up stream why man we had a lot of It on the Farragut The Farragut was a fine three skysall yarder and shes among the list of missing ships But thats since my time on her for I made the voyage on the old ship twenty years ago from Calcutta to Anjer Point In Java We had a cargo of Jute and r crew of Malays and we hailed from Newburyport There had been trou ble between the old man meanln the kipper and the Lascars of the crew because the old man had walloped one of the dusky sailors over the head with a length of knotted rope The black iellowB were In ugly mood when we left Calcutta and one night when It was my trick on deck I no ticed that they were rather more JIU JITSUING A MAD MALAY active than Is usual for a Malay sea men at such a late hour As vre camo out from the after cabin again we cro Just In time t...

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. — 23 April 1909

f THAT LIST OF THINGS uJust ah Act from This Exasperatlnj Drama of -Life Scene A breakfast table Disclosed a husband and wife R tie eudenly rustling down his pa per Have you cot that list V She What list I1 He an expression of satirical cynl fclstn coming over his face Weren t you going sbopping to day She Oh yes Ho And wasnt It agreed between tis that you were to make out a list ol sverythlng yoa wanted and that we were to go over it together In a Inesslike way She vaguely Were we Me That was the distinct under- llstanalng She What for He You are almost enough to L drive any one to drink Didnt we over the whole matter didnt we reo that we couldnt go on in thlj orde ing things that we could along without and omitting things st we really needed and all the leaving beyond our income Didnt Fe thrash It out Shot I believe something was said about It He XJref Sdottl throwing down his paper Thats a nico thing tj slay Well well do It Well make it out right now She a light dawning on her 0i...

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. — 23 April 1909

I M 1 i w f 5 Another One inf 1 xn nn m tra nn nn im a fr There was a riow voice over the phone asking for you Johnny said the cashier gravely and with a shake Of hi head Another voice on the phono another heart palpitating with fond expectancy another victim to a young mans vanity another Another spell1 Interrupted the bill clerk x Another relapse Into dottlness Why dont you go and ee a spoctallat I fear me that you are a butter fly sighed the cashier The sad conclusion Is borne upon me that you Sit from flower to flower sipping the sweetness of each Am I to blame If they wont let me alone asked che bill clerk plaintively If they will run after me what can I do I cant be rough and brutal with them its not my nature I suppose I might purn them when they come too thick ut honest I Just hate to do it Dont tell me said the cashier severely Youre a flitter A plain flitter JuBt bb long as you dont call me a quitter said the bill clerk I wouldnt try to make a heart less Jest of It said th...

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. — 30 April 1909

ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Twmft 100 a Tsar VOL XXXIII I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL QLEANINGS By Peter M Hcrold A chicken hitched In May la worth a load of hy A chicken hutched In Jane Is irotth Jilver ipoon I A chicken hatched in Jnty Isnt worths fly- ssyi The Country Gentleman Thomas Dalrymple has been working in Salem the past wook 8 J Brain will havo a horse sale at stop 12 Wednesday May 6 Herbert Smedleye reeldenco haa been newly shingled the past wenk - Some hunters from Lee ton In shot a etork near Rlvereldo last Thursday The mining tltuatlon hero has not changed materially since last week Ji N Paisley waB In Wellsvllle and HammondBvllle Saturday and Sunday The champion pool game was played In PaUley Atkinsons pool room Monday night A herd of twelve Shetland ponloB passed through town Friday afternoon going ilaetwnrd Those interested in breakfast foods will bo ploatod to learn that farmers are busy sowing oats Mrs Lou Baok of Youngstown spent Sunday here with her pa...

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. — 30 April 1909

- p i If F WEr o NEWS OF A WEEK IN cons p rifc eo mm RECORD OF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS TOLD IN BRIEFEST MANNER POSSIBLE WASHINGTON NEWS Senator Bailey of Texas denounced the principle of protective tariff as unfair in a two day speech In the sun ate Senator Smith of Michigan incog nito successfully defended a Detroit nsgro in the police court In Washing ton A resolution introduced In the sen ate by Senator La Folletto calls for data on duties imposed by the United States Germany and France on sev eral commodities Senator Dolllver of Iowa and Sena tor Nelson of Minnesota attacked the tariff bill on the ground that Its du ties are too high The three members of the Liberlan commission who are to sail from New York for Africa on Saturday uext to study conditions in the negro republic had a final conference with President TafL Senator Cummins of Iowa Intro duced an amendment to the Payne Aldrlch tariff bill providing for an In come tax which he said would pro duce 140000000 In revenue Pres...

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. — 30 April 1909

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS lathered In Town County and Neighborhood Keep an eye on the Dispatch adver tising columns Trumbull county has 08 patients In the state hospital in Masslllon Portage county 0 E Convention will be held In Hiram Saturday Lisbon hlRb school will on Juno 9 a cIbbs o 20 11 Rlls and 9 Graduate H W StookwelllonR a prominent resident of Uavenna died last week aged 82 yearB A drive through the country at this pnn of the vear Is dellehtlul All nature le smiling Odd Fellows the country over on Monday celebrated the 90th anniversary of the establishment of the order In America Prank Culp of Beaver township who haB been In Colorado for his health for several years Is coming home much benefited The semi annual meatlnfr of Purl tan Association of Conjrreeational churches was held atGarrottsyllle Mon day and Tuoeday A Marlboro man borrowed money on a horso that waB dead and burled thai ho cot It from a law yer he desorveB congratulations Land appraisers next year will re ceive minim...

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. — 30 April 1909

i ii 1 1 IP 111 r II ft H JI The LIST WAGE of the DOHA ISABEL By Randall Parrish Author of Bob Hampton of Maccr etc Illustrations by Dearborn Mchlll Copyright A C McCturg Co 1908 Chapter XVI Continued The Silent men stared gloomily out tt that grim expanse of sea Ice and Ally but Anderson only scowled up Into my face slapping his mlttened hands together To hell wld that sort o rot Mr Stephens be broke forth fiercely Were sailor men an the most of us have seen Ice before This channels wide enough for tho hooker an what the devil do we want more Majbe the man was a bit nutty but ho knew how lo sail these eeas hn he told a jiftm straight yarn about that Span ish ship just the same an Im for jandtti out Tfrhether or not It was a Ho Maybe there aint no pesos awaltin Jor us out jonder but by God sir I want to know it for sure An bo do xny mates Now you say were within 200 miles of flndln out the truth an Im hanged if 111 consent to go back like a shipped cur without takln even squint alon...

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. — 30 April 1909

Mm 4 - f V HOME -HAPPENINGS J H Ii Sonnedeokors residence on High street Is being painted There will bo a meeting of the local Maeonlo lodge this Frldaj evening Mrs Lura Beardeleys residence on North Broad street la being painted There are rumors ot changes In ownership pf ope ol Can fields leading business houses A heavy frost Wednesday morning killed tender garden plants and It Is feared fruit suffered Homer Peters has had a slate root plaoed on his resldenco and made other improvoiriots In his property Thursday brought rain a plenty and In the forenoon considerable hall came tumbling down but no damage was done On Tuesday afternoon Mrs J V Calvin very pleasantly entertained tho Stltohory Club at her home on Court etroot One vear aeo today thore was hoatr K fall of snow and on May Orst fruit trees In full bloom woro coverea wiin a man tlo of snow A large crowd attended and enjoyed tho entertainment given by Miss Flor ence Ruperts school caat ol the village last Saturday night Seat...

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. — 30 April 1909

i K H I tf y M P - a BEZ v Noxious Fiction Grocer Is Busiest Man in Whole City By GEORGE U TANNER jre loco Death the sole relief Talking All Languages It pays to be a ood waiter In the U country and a man will often re Main a lifetime with- one house nnd SC One laoie wuuu6 k a those he serves He al- TkakH four or Ave languages ml te astonishing to the American nynti to hear his waller passing from 0 table conversing csy Italian and English rw irtfetTtiew On W waQraow bP ieap the jqywsarop ftS Books Portraying Illicit Conduct Are Dangerous By REV DR CIIAS II TARKIIURST 3 7TV lmmn ia llin Tincia nt mn rvfliinrr lincf in nnr cnpinl astical and civic life It is fundamental to everything that is TnoVlTirp ciin1 rnennif ntilil t ftTlfl trnnlncrtnlPtlpRS -Anti the kejuote to the home is matrimony This being so whatever tends to weaken the matrimonial bond is inevitably bound to exert a deleterious influence on every aspect of the home life of to day aii mftoence which will be far reaching ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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