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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 14 May 1909

h v1 v i -- b ft mim I HOME HAPPENINGS MRS CAROLINE WETMORE Toledo moat of tor life was spent in Canfield She was perhaps the only resident of tho county who had attended every falrtield by tbe Mahoning county agricultural society Deceased was an excellent woman and bad endeared herself to a wide oircle of frlenda She leaves three children O B Palea of Salem 0 R Wetmore of Canfield and Mrs Chauncey Kaeroher of Youngstown She aleo leaves one Bister Mrs Jane Pot hour of Youngs town Funeral services will he held from the family residence Saturday afternoon at 180 oclock standard time Interment in tho Canfiold oemetery Piano Tuning To those who have previously favor ed me with their orders and others In terested in my line of work that of tun ing and repairing I wish to announce that I will be In CanQeld about Aug 15 and all Instruments held for me until that time will receive prompt and care ful attention Clyde Edwards Many weak nervous women have haca restored to health bv Foleva Kid ...

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. — 14 May 1909

V t - THE UPLIFT IN ARIZONA That overgrown pestlferotis villnee ot Phoenix which Is situated at the capiat on a branch line of the rail road has been trying of late through lta newspapers to mako Itself appear some pumpkins by comparing Itself with the Jewel city of the southwest beautiful progressive metropolitan Tucson The latest bawl ot the little one la for that certain theatrical shows It has turned out bigger houses than baa its larger wiser and more beauti ful sister Theatrical people would laugh till they wept to hear this asser tion It is true that Uncle Toms Cabin Why Women Sin The White Slaves ot Chinatown SI Per kins and a few other shows of this type which appeal particularly to ag ricultural communities have a vogue In Phoenix which they have never at tained In the cultured metropolis of the territory Recently the rural life commission said among other things that there would be a great up lift among the agricultural communi ties If they were visited by the really high...

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. — 14 May 1909

Vs i P5SVW -and Is ono of tho best musical organiza tions In Portago county In Trumbull county Saturday thoro woro 260 appltonts for diplomas under tho Pattorson law and tboro woro half that many applicants In Columbiana -county Fivo of tho six men charged with Illegally disposing ot intoxicants in So llnovlllo woro found guilty last week and their fines ranged from 850 to 31C0 and costs L It Bonjamln of Qlrard announces that on or boforo July 1 bo will begin publication ot a papor In Ravenna of whloh personal llborty will bo tho koynoto of Truo Republicanism Mrs Maria Roach Lisbons oldoBt roBldoqt died Saturday night Sho was born on a farm botweon Columbi ana and East Fairfield Jan 18 1811 And in consequence had passed hor 08th birthday Potor Barrott aged 85 a brakomon who had been omployod on an Erlo rshlfter In Lootonla was found dead Alongside tho Penney traok Monday morning It is supposed ho eat down -on a tie and was struck by a psslnp train mt making an aggregate ot nearly 35...

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. — 14 May 1909

1ft Sli s b i M r m 3QE IH8UKI IVr EKXY C C FO KXEJ OANFIELD rnt KPHONi Nl Editor OHIO TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION fix -- SO three Months 25 Ulxult - 03 Ci snsdUn robsoriptloni tlSO SPECIAL NOTIOK Obituary NotloesReiolutiosi of lierpeetCarda rf Thanks and netleei o ohuroh and ehsxi table en- and the like where an admliilon fM eharrad will be charted or at the rate of one It cent a word Thete mnit be paid for In ad To or charged to rripomible parties orderlnf Dieiune FRIDAY MAY 14 1909 TEN PAGKES Advices from Columbus are to tho offeot that Gov Harmon will not Boek re election hie ambition being to bo the democratic nominee for the presi dency three years hence BOON an election will be hold In Ma boning county under tho Rosolaw and the fight between tho wets and drjs promises to be the hottest tho county has ever wltneesed Both sides are well organized and a record breaking vote may be expected Youngitown Tho grand jury roportod Tuesday finding 33 Indictments Mr Braunlng or of Rosemont cha...

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. — 14 May 1909

f r PfSTSPitV -7 V -- -7 1 - OETA WATCH FREE 1 WITH EVERY 5 SUIT OR BETTER AGENTS FOR HART SOHAPFNER MARKS CLOTHES JQHNB STETSON HATS Hartzells Manhattan shirts i LARGEST i STORE WITH THE LARGEST STOOK trial webelloire the Dean character law is the best temperance law ever en acted In Ohio and that within a year It will prove a most effective means of cloaning up bad saloons Y7e also believe that If your schemo Ua local prohibition should become an accomplished fact it will simply mean tue suDsiuuuon oi mo uima pig and kitchen bar for tho sa loon and that in place of saloon con ditions belntr improved by the utlon of the Illegal for the legalized loon the condition of every drinking place win ue reaucea vo mo ievi oi iuo worst mat now exist Tkls camoalcrn is dally engendering Increasing bitterness hatred and Btrife in the community It has gone on uDon your Dart for nearly six months on ourB for more than two and should be brought to an end as speedily as pos sible Our letter was Int...

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. — 14 May 1909

The LIST VOYAGE of the DOHA ISABEL By Randall Parrish Author of Bob Hampton of Placer etc Illustrations by Dearborn Mclvill Copyright A C McClurg Ci ipoS CHAPTER XX In Which the Yacht Meets Disaster I have been endeavoring to recall la sequence the occurrences of the three days and nights following our turning northward but it Is all chaos vague contused an expanse of sleep less hours raging seas snow sleet and Ice In the tnldst of which we bat tled for life in as desperately terrific a fight as men ever waged against na ture I can see and feel It all clearly enough yet tho incidents are so com mingled that the separate days and nights appear ono continuous event without beginning or end I hear the ceaseless howl of tho wind the growl of grinding ice tho smiting of tons of wator the threshing of loosened can vas tho rattlo of blocks aloft tho thousand noises omitted by the strug gling fabric under foot I see tho swirl of snow the crested seas boiling in madness the gleam of pursuing...

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. — 14 May 1909

-1 - 2S3jAbjnet h in i I WHEN MOTHER 8ERVED HERNIA 1 V HEN the stylish Mrs fimarty Gives a fashionable party All her fashionable friends respond With tuition And the menu my Us ctpaU I cant tcH how much per plate And a caterer of course serves at the func tion But better far for me Is the simple lunch or tea That mother gave way hack In old Missouri And the nimbus of her hair m n HtnnNi there iBtronger than the siren locks of elf or 3T hourl Tor decorations Vines Climbing through the wlndow b nds And for orchestra The bobolink and bee And for favc s Souvenirs Mothers kiss nd happy tears Ah no function can compare with mothers tea Pain and Pate de- Fole Gras Much Is Bald and written of cruelty to animals but -we calmly discuss dishes -which contain pato do fole gras with no conception of the cruel- ty which that Implies For the process of stuffing the unfortunate gooso In order that Its liver may bo diseased and loaded with fat Is a dally crucifix ion which ends only with death and l...

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. — 14 May 1909

w iWi t 5ft - 6i f iAV - PATTERSON LAW EXAMINATION AH OBJECT LESSON The foUowlng Is the list of questions used at Youngstown Saturday May 8 i GRAMMAR 1 Anle or diagram the following sentence When Duty whispers low Thou must The Youth replies I can Emerson 2 Referring to question 1 compare low- declino thou glvo the mode of mutt 3 How many and what kinds of clauses aro there In the sentence In question 1 4 Explain the use of quotation marks In question 1 Place quo- tntlon marks and punctuate correctly the following tence Doesnt it seem good she asked to ho back in the old home 5 What Is a phrase Write one sentence containing ivo differ ent kinds of phrases 6 What kind of an adverb is loie in question 1 Show in a sen tence of your on construction that you understand the use of a conjunctive adverb 7 How Isthe passive voice formed Has tthUjun in question 1 a passive voice Why or why not 8 Give the gender and number of each of the following nouns i hens Business cattle gander Jesse 0 Gi...

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. — 21 May 1909

r w f THE MAHONING DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Tras 100 a Year VOL XXXIII I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Hcrold Corn planting la In progress this woek Lllaca are blooming In all their Wo had strawberry short cake for our Sunday dinner E T Marshall and wife of Franklin Square have moved to Mineral Ridge David Dally has bought at tax sale the vacant lot adjoining the Methodist church Win Herron and sons have each pro vided themselves with new buggies the Glen Bmodioy was called to the tele eraph office at Warren for a few days this week Rev A E Wagner of Altoona Pa spent tho past week with relatives In this vlolnlty Rlohard Llghtfoota family has mov ed here from Mlllvlllo and are located on High stroet The band was out Baturday night playing for tho C E festival tho re ceipts of whloh wore 20 DlstrlctSuperlntondentSmltn of Alli ance will hold communion services at Harts church next Sunday A cold storage room for boor has been made in tho basement o...

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. — 21 May 1909

c a wwwwwwwmwww pis OF A WEEK IN ITEMIZED F Oil Epitome of the Most Important Evcnt3 Gathered Frcm All Points of the Globe WA8HINQTON NEWS Tho Benate confirmed tho nomina tion of Oscar S Straus to bo ambassa dor to Turkey William V RockhlU to bo ambassador to Russia Charles Denby of Indiana to be consul general ot Vienna Amos P Wilder of Wiscon sin at Shanghai and William A Rub- loe of WJscoiiBln at Hongkong Senator Tillman is being urged to chnngo his tea amendment to tho tar ft bill bo as to apply only to tea imported from non producing countries such ns England A report by tho bureau of statis tics shows the United States has more gold than nny othor country and tells of a vast increase In the worlds stock of tho precious metal Senators LaFollctte and Root and Ealley and Nelson had hot clashes over tho tariff bill President Taft administered a se vere rebuke to Gov Stubbs of Kansas The senate by a vote of 61 to 24 adopted tho schedule placing a duty of 2fi cents a ton on Iron ore...

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. — 21 May 1909

I HOME HAPPENINGS Tho Dlspatoh building has been painted No email town on the Western Re servo has Jlner churches than Can field The Canflold base ball team will play In Columbiana Saturday afternoon The Akron Dlstrlot conference of M E Chtiroh will be held In the Can field churoh June 7 and 8 The Board of Trade met Tuesday night and discussed several matters calculated to promote the wolfaro of the village Quito a number of CanBeld people went to Qreenford Thursday evening to attend the high sohool commencement oxerolees Mrs A A Manchester fell down the cellar stairs at her home on Lisbon street Monday night and sustained pain ful Injuries An elocutionary entertainment will be given In College Chapel Friday eve ning May 28 under the auspices of the Christian Church Beaver township citizens will hold a meeting in North Lima Bchool hall Saturday evening An Interesting pro gram has boon preparedfor the occasion The work of building the oast wing or mens department of the county Infirm...

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. — 21 May 1909

ft j if i 3 r f I 1 - I fS GOVERNMENT INSURANCE i i t The United Slates life saving serv ice is little heard of especially In In land states yet Its work for the amount of expense produces wonder ful results The report for 1908 Just to hant contains some Interesting facts ol 1094 vessels wrecked In American waters 66 were a total loss The entire property value at stake was 13630225 The life saving serv ice snatched back from the waves 111666435 On board the Imperiled vessels were 6712 human beings At the usual valuation of an average of 4000 the life savers who rescued all tfut 22 of these people preserved to the nation human energy worth 22 760000 A total of 34426435 return from an expense of 196252490 the entire outlay of the department This seems to be one Instance at least In which government Insurance is a con spicuous success If statesmanship In Germany and England has not gone sterile and dip lomacy become imbecile some way of making and keeping the peace between those two co...

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. — 21 May 1909

i -mil -- fijmmmmmmmmmmmmm B23 bBhi NLiQLfln BrW53f PlllfNfliSP 5- ROYAL LOCAL NEWS ITEMS 0liiered la Town County and Neighborhood Juno 14 is flag day Dont overlook any of tbo advertise iments in todays Dlepatch Ieaao WlUon long a roaldont ot iDoorflold died last week aged 88 A eupposod mad dog terrorized Warron pooplo Sunday and was killed NHob morohantB will bold tholr an nual outing at Connonut Lako on July 8 Some pooplo worry booauto thoro li nothing or them to worry about and others worry booaneo thoro 1b Herbert Dunkorton aged 80 wont in swimming atBloomflold latt Sunday was taken with cramps and drownod J O Doldrlok has sold bis stock In tho Oanton Nowb to capitalists who aro determined to put tho papor to tho front Aftor a hot light Mathlas Tolson has boon rppolntod postmnitor at Sa Unovlllo to eucoood It M Bull who dlod rooontly Phat olstorn ull ot oldor down In JSoar will not bo partakon ot through a straw but through tbo Bpout of a good oldfashlonod pump S Taylor a promln...

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. — 21 May 1909

t it Cloning ispaft ISUFD lVJEFKiV C C JFOTVIKR OANFIELD TEUEPHONE NO Ona Tut Editor TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION rix Months Three Months Cuadlan robeerlptlemi S150 OHIO 48 noo 50 25 03 SPECIAL NOT1CJC OMtaary NotloeiReiotntlooiof RtpctCardJ K Tnsnki ana netloes o oharoh and ohsriuble an terUinmenti and the like where an admission fee It eBsrred will be charred for at the rate ol one kalf cent a word Theie most be paid for In ad ranee or charged to reiponilble parties orderinc tea ivno FRIDAY MAY 21 109 TEN PAG ES Chilly pood moist May come now be H H Rogers -vice president of the Standard Oil Co died In New York Wednesday mornlnjr of apoplexy H1b arc was 69 years Ho leaves a fortune Variously estimated at from fifty to eevonty fivo millions The Adams county circuit court has rendered a decision in a Roso law case holding that It is a vlolatlo i of law to sell Intoxicating liquor on a boat while afloat below low water mark on the Ohio river This opinion In ofTect re verses that of Judgo Ho...

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. — 21 May 1909

The LAST WAGE of the DOHA I sabel By Randall Parrish Author of BobHampton of Placer etc Illustrations by Dearborn Mclvlll Copyright A C McClarg Co 1908 CHAPTER XXII In Which I Understand tfy Lady She rested motionless her chsek barely touching my sleeve her eyes filled with love her hands in mine Then I heard her voice soft as a whiB per the breath of her lips on my cheek You will not misjudge me surely you can not Those words would never have been uttered In any other cir cumstances Not that I am afraid not that I am ashamed or regretful but nothing else eeuld ever have eet mo free Now ws must know understand each other wo must die with our hearts open our souls clean You ral ly love me trust meT believe me to be a worthy wdman7 With all my soul I do oh I know you do It Is because I know you do that I wish to tell you my story It Is my love which makes me so anxious that you should under stand bo whon the end comes wo can CO together loving each other and not afraid Do you recogniz...

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. — 21 May 1909

I r The 01d Reliable 141 143 West Federal St Youngstown 0 1 I OUR BOYS 1 I I 1 and GIRLS bOKK0CK OKHO OKHO Experiments on Arrows Choose a Day When Wind Is Light -or Use a Large Boom Get n bow and nn nrrow that hns no feathering Choose a day when the ind Is light or use a large room for a little arrow practice Fire the ar row a few times and you sec that It does not fly very straight or not as straight ns a feathered arrow Cut out a square piece of stiff cardboard measuring two inches each way Mako a small hole In the middle and slip tho arrow through this hole up to half Its length and glvo tho card a slight pitch forward as In Fig 1 which Is not drann to scale but merely Indi cates tho position of tho card on tho arrow Fire the arrow and you see It flies upward every time Then turn tho arrow halt way round on Its axis or cant tho card tho other way When fired now It tends to fly downward Turn tho nrrow qunrtor way round and whenflrcd It turns off to tho righl or left according to t...

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. — 21 May 1909

HAPPENINGS IN NATIONS CAPITAL I -NUMEROUS APPOINTMENTS TO FEDERAL OFFICERS MADE BVTHE PRESIDENT STONES AMENDMENT LOST Passengers Paying the Fare as White Passengers Cannot be Discriminated Against In Way of Accommodations Washington May 19 The most important happenings In the nations capital yesterday were as follows Colored passengers paying the fare as -white passengers cannot he legally discriminated against In the way of accommodations according to a rule of the Interstate Commerce commis sion Senator Stones efforts to havo the Dlngle duties on razors restored met With failure jus amendment ucing ue feated 36 to 43 many of the so called progressive Republicans voting with the Democrats In the affirmative Numerous appointments to federal offices were made by the president those of William Williams for com missioner of Immigration at New York and William S Washburn for civil service commissioner and Wal ler E Clark for governor of Alaska being among the most Important Attorney Gen...

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. — 21 May 1909

i THE BUCKEYE RECORD A GRIST OF NEW8 FROM VARIOUS CITIES IN OHIO Short Chronlclei of a Day Happen- j Ingt as Void by Telegraph for Our Readers I I HEARD IN COLUMBUS Columbus Judge David L Hock well of Ravenna is expected to succeed Judge C C Lcmert as super Intendent of insurance in June Le tnerts term does not expire until June B 1911 but he like other Republican bold overs in state departments has been given nn intimation that the gov ernor -Would not be averse to receiv ing his resignation Judge Rockwell is said to have been getting in touch With details of the department for come time Alleged evidences of sharp practices on the part of Plqua officials are said to have been discovered by Examiner Will E Heck whore report on that city has been made public by the state accounting bureau On a previous ex amination it was found that the offi cials were violating the law prohibit ing an official from being Interested In the furnishing of city supplies or In any house contract and they...

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. — 28 May 1909

H THE MAHONINO DISPATCH ADVERTISING COLUMNS ARE BUSINESS CREATORS Terms 100 a Tear V VOL XXXIII I WASHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold Peerless miners drew strike beneQts Saturday School vacation and berry picking are near at hand Louis Longonockor is employed as a farm hand by F L StoufTer George Frederick called on friends and rolatlvos here on Sunday TLero was more band practice In Stouffers prove Sunday afternoon Mrs Ann Thomas cafe and the Rose Hill Liquor Co hare outside lights Word reaches here from Alliance that Clyde Firth has committed matrimony Miss Florence Campbells of Leotonla was a Sunday guest of Miss Kit Wilson Tbo second Sunday In Juno will be observed aa Childrens Day In the ME Church Spring weather appears backward yet tho crops aro about as far advanced as usual Mrs Alf Avery and son Farrol ol Leotonla visited retatlves horo Sunday afternoon Nathan Minnor has returned from Kenwood Pa greatly Improved by medical treatment The Btork brought a woo girl...

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. — 28 May 1909

m j r 73 it u 1 l I A t i L iJ lr M 4 i i i jpM P 3Bw 3n The Fordycc Osborne Cos Voungstown O GREAT TWO DAYS Tailored Suit Selling Special Extraordinary SATURDAY MAY 29th and TUESDAY JUNE 1st Our Store Will Be Closed All Day Monday Decoration Day Weve bad -such wonderful success with our Tailor ed Suits at 1500 we have decided to give this number a special two days sale and well say far ther that at this time well place in the lot some numbers which have not been offered at anywhere near this price for these two days only The mod els are so varied we can not give you an adequate conception of their beauty or worthy some of the best selling Suits of the season are here not one Suit in the showing worth less than 2500 some 2750 and ye others 3000 think of that and then come early tor your size and style colors such as you will want to wear now other models which are suitable for the early fall wearing all sizes from 14 to 18 and ladies sizes from 34 to 44 Beginning Saturday morning an...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
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