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THE FORDYCE OSBORNB CO YOUNOSTOWN OHIO
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
Christmas Buying at This Store Is In Full Sway Just Now In AH Departments
Two Important Specials for Your Shopping Trip Here They Are
The Fur Store in Christinas Dress
Up to the present time we have sold more Furs for the holiday remembrances than ever in our
history Prices and qualities must be right to do this Well begin a special Fur Sale the par
ticular feature of which will be the low prices If youre interested in Christmas Furs come here
Weve had a remarkable selling of Furs for the Holiday Gifts More yet to sell Will have
a very special 1000 assortment for you here
Squirrel Muffs Blended Squirrel Muffs Jap Mink Muffs Blended Squirrel Ties and Scarfs Gray
Squirrel Ties and Scarfs River Mink Ties and Scarfs Jap Mink Scarfs Persian Paw Scarfs Gray Fox
Scarfs regular value up to 1450 choice for 1000
Cut Prices on Fur Coats
Too Many the Cause
Reductions on Fur Coats are not usually
made until after the Holidays We have decided
to give the Christmas shoppers the benefit of an
early cut price sale on account of the extra large
stock The lines of Fur Coats we carry are
made by the most responsible furriers in the
country thus eliminating the risk taken by carry
ing the just as good The showing will in
clude the desirable Black Pony Coats in lengths
from 24 to 36 inches j River Mink Coats Electric
SealBlcnded Squirrel and Astrakhan Every one
new this season and the latest ideas in styles
Any Fur Coatformerly sold at 2500 and
3000 marked to 2150
Any Fur Coat formerly sold at 5000
marked to 4000
Any Fur Coat formerly sold at 6000
marked to 4700
Any Fur Coat formerly sold at too 00
marked to 8000
Any Fur Coat formerly sold at 150 00
marked to 12000
Greater Exclusive
Dry Goods House
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REMEMBER
There are Just 5 More Shopping
Days Until Xmas
Not very much time to gather together the collection of
Christinas Gifts so necessary before the 25th Would jt not be
well to make up your mind right now as to what you intend
giving and come here and look over the beautiful display
If it is assortment you wish to see you will find it at Neffs
We are OFFERING a LINK that will prove itself
It has never been equaled
It ihall never be equaled
We defy competition In fact we have no competition in
many lines
Our unequaled proposition at the store explains how
In Neckwear Silk Scarfs and Mufflers
Fancy Hand Paintings
Large Stock of Books
PicturesOur stock is complete
China and Glassware
Linens Handkerchiefs
J Toilet Goods
Silverware nothing but the best Roger Bros 1847
And all the Sweet Things
Candy of all kinds
NEFF COMPANY
Broad Street Canfield Ohio
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THE MAHONINe DISPATCH FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 1908
A Christmas Petticoat Special J
On Saturday morning well place on sale a
limited quantity of beautiful Persian Silk Petti
coats in all the desirable light shades also limit
ed quantity of 7 gore fitted top black Silk
Petticoats with silk dust ruffle
of our regular 650 numbers
special Christmas price each
The FordyceOsborne Co
II Cahn Trusts You in
Canfield
In fact Calms
is extended to Honest People living every
where It means Buy what you need and
Pay in TermB to Suit
On your next visit to Youngstown
stop at this largo Furniture Palace and
visit the new Premium Department Free
Premiums with every sale of 5 up Cash
or Credit at the time of your Purchase
Premiums range from Foot Stools to Solid
Oak Buffets Sideboards Sewing Machines
Brass Beds etc all valuable and useful
You do not need to save any Stamps or
Coupons and wait until you fill a Book
but get your Premiums at time of Pur
chase
You Know Its So if Cahn Says So
3 Rooms Furnished Complete
dQ7 OC 700 Cash
tPOO 150 Week
The Home of Good Furniture
L H CAHN CO
238 42 West Federal St
I Youngstown
Ohio
These are all
500
These Childrens Coats 350
As a special before Christmas leader we
have taken all broken sizes from our Childrens
Coat stock which consists of Broadcloth Ker
sey Chinchilla and Bearskin Coats which have
been selling at 4 00 and 450 each made a
special price on them DQ Kfl
choice for QOiUU
1000 Tailored Suits
Have a small number of Ladies Tailored
Suits in navy brown and black mixtures nearly
all 30 inch Jackets Not one in this lot worth
less than 1500 closing price on d I f flfl
these each j UiUU
YOUNGSTOWN
OHIO
BRIEF REVIEW OF
A WEEKS EVENTS
M08T IMPORTANT HAPPENINGS
OF THE PAST WEEK TOLD
IN CONDENSED FORM
ROUND ABOUT WORLD
Information Gathered from All Quar
ters or the Civilized World and
Prepared for the Perusal of
the Busy Man
WASHINGTON NOTE8
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson re
ported that f m products for 190S
eclipsed nil 1 thirds being valued at
7778000000 with corn in the lead
The National lllvers and Harbor
ConBrtHd at its concluding session by
a resolution which was one of a series
adopted declared for an authorized is
sue by congress at its present session
of JDOO00O000 woith of bonds Oft
proceedw to be used in the payment
exclusively for suclr river nnd harbor
work as may bo authorized by con
gress provision for the Issue to be
similar to the Panama canal bonds
The house adopted a resolution pro
viding for the naming of a committee
to consider the proper means of deal
ing with the part of the presidents
message relating to the secret serv
ice and reflecting on members of con
gress
Prf sldcnt Roosevelt declared that If
the authors of the Panama canal graft
charges could be reached for criminal
Hbul he nould try to reach them
William Nelson Cromwell branded the
Etcrles as absolute falsehoods
Members of congress who resent
President Hoosevelts language in the
part of his message concerning the
secret service planned to rebuke him
Scuor Aroseniuna minister from
Panama presented his credentials to
President Roosevelt
That the outbreak of the foot and
mouth disease now prevalent in sev
eral states was due to the importation
into this country of either biological
products or such material as straw or
merchandise or in the clothes or ef
fects of immigrants is the opinion of
Secretary Wilson
Andrew Carnegie was subpoenaed to
appear before the house ways and
means committee to testify in the tar
iff revision hearings being conducted
by the committee
PERSONAL
Mrs Gertrude Gates was granted an
absolute divorce from James L Gates
the reputed millionaire of Milwaukee
United States Senator Hansbrough
of North Dakota was attacked by seri
ous Illness in Minneapolis
Abraham Ituef former political boss
of San Francisco was convicted of
bribery He is liable to a maximum
penalty of 14 years in the peniten
tiary
President Castro was allowed to
land at Bordeaux and was assured by 1
the government that he would be wel
comed as a private citizen and pro
tected
Charles E DavU was found not
guilty of the murder of Dr Frederick
T Rustla in Omaha
President Castro of Venezuela in
terviewed at Santander Spain Bald he
would land at Bordeaux and that bis
trip was taken for the purpose of set
tling all the international quarrels of
his country His general health was
good
John I Sullivan former champion
hea ywelght pugilist was granted a
divorce la Chicago
Once reputed to be worth several
million dollars Samuel E Gress for
merly of Chicago was discharged in
bankruptcy proceedings in the United
States court la Detroit Mich
Gov Deneen will take the Univer
sity of Illinois short course in agri
culture in 1910
Distich
GENERAL NEWS
At least 14 men wore killed nnd GO
Injured bjr the premature explosion of
21 tons of dynamite on the Panama
canal at Daa Obispo
The United States battleship neat
arrived at Colombo Ceylon and was
greeted by vast throngs of Europeans
and natives The health of the men
on the ships was excellent with the
exception of one case of smallpox on
the Georgia
The Dutch cruiser Gelderland seized
the Venezuelan coast guardshlp Allx
off Puerto Cabello and towed it to
Curacao
A panic in an overcrowded Yiddish
theater In New York resulted in the
death of a boy and the injury of scores
of persons
Frank Casslnl of St Louis fatally
shot his wife and himself
The various copper properties of
Phelps Dodgo Co the output of
which has been as high as 100000000
pounds a year are to be merged into
a new corporation capitalized at
50000000
Eleven buildings in the village of
Paton la were destroyed by fire
More than a score of persons were
injured five of them seriously and
100 more were thrown into a paulc
when a bomb was hurled into the air
shaft of a tenement house at 320 East
Sixty third street New York
Dr A S Pitts a prominent physi
cian of Hazlehurst Mies was Bhot
and killed by Dr Thomas Dlrdsong a
dentist
Dr G E Dames a veterinary sur
geon was burned to death In a Are
that destroyed his houBe at Wood
pile O
Crazed with Jealousy over the at
tentlon paid to his wife by Carl Clapp
William Barnhart of Roodhouse 111
killed the pair lie then gave hlmscll
up and Wfts hurried to Carrollton bo
fore a mob that had gathered could
secure him
Tho betrothal was announced ot
Beatrice the daughter of Mr and
Mrs Ogdcn Mills of New York and
Bernard Arthur William Patrick
Hastings Forbes eighth carl o
Granard of CasUo Forbes Count
Longford Ireland
Gen Firmln and 115 other exllea re
turned to Port au Prince Hayti
Judgo Kavanagh at Chicago ruled
Uiat Prlvato Joseph Klein of the
National Guard must Btand trial for
killing Earl Nelson at Kankakee dur
Ing tho Springfield riots but declared
tho killing was Justifiable
After a 24 bours battlo with Ico 16
miles out in Lako Erie CapL Andrew
Hagcncy his wife and two men aboard
tho bargo Charles Wall wero roscued
by tho tug Sheboygan
Tho Kansas supreme court decided
that cities ot Kansas may provide sep
arate schools for whlto and negro chil
dren in the grades below tho high
school but the schools for negro chil
dren must have CQual facilities and be
as easy of access as those provided
for white children
Tho vessels ot tbo Pacific fleet ar
rived at Panama where tho govern
ment provided adequate protection for
tho men
Umpires Klom and Johnstone who
officiated in tho deblslvo Chicago New
York game in tho National league
have made charges that attempts were
made to brlbo them
The Minnesota stato supreme court
affirmed a decision of tho district
court holding It unlawful for a prac
ticing physician to practice dentistry
Proclaiming himsolf to bo John tho
Baptist como to save the world an
armed fanatic wrought up to a high
pitch ot maniacal fury terrorized
Edgowator N J He appearod sud
denly oa the main stroot waving a big
revolver held up tho proprietors of
several stores exchanged many shots
with a hastily formed posse and at
last was wounded when tho police and
a mob of citizens ran him down
The lumber interests represented by
the Weyerhaeusers OBrien Cook of
St Paul and Duluth and Edward HInes
of Chicago are in Duluth working on
the formation of a lumber trust which
will control practically all the pine in
North America
Av woman leaped with her little son
from the window of a burning garage
In Chicago and both were so badly
hurt they died in a few minutes
A force ot 200 men which landed
from the Haytian gunboat took with
out resistance the town of Gonaives
Hayti and established authority there
In the name of Gen Simon
TUe Springport Mich Stato Sav
ings bank with deposits of about f 90
000 was closed by Banking Commis
sioner Zimmerman while an examina
tion is made of its affairs
The Peninsular Oriental Steamship
Company will begin next year to im
port hogs from China into Great
Britain
Johp R Hegeman president of the
Metropolitan Life Insurance Com
pany was freed by the New York ap
pellate court In a decision that if it
stands will serve to quash all indict
ments now outstanding against insur
ance officials
Louis Pratt the religious fanatic
and Officer Mullane wounded In the
street battle in Kansas City died
James Sharp the leader of the band
ot fanatics was arrested
Laboring under the delusion that he
had been marked as a victim of the
Black Hand ThomaB Fitzpatrick
aged 36 shot and killed himself near
Gaines Mich
After a brief argument with a
crowd of negroes in a saloon in Mem
phis William Latura a white saloon
keeper shot and killed three ot the
negroes and wounded others one
mortally
Representative George L Lilley
governor elect of Connecticut has
been served with a subpoena to an
Bwer the complaint that in the recent
campaign he himself or through a
financial agent violated the corrupt
practices act
Two bunco men worked the time
honored satchel substltuUon game at
Minneapolis and got 57105 from R F
Cargell an aged cattle dealer from
Clyde N D
The board of regents ot the Univer
sity of Minnesota decided that mem
bers of the faculty must reUre on
reaching the age of 65 years
W H Crownlnshield aged 40 years
of Boston Mass said to be nephew
of Sear Admiral Crownlnshield vas
run down and klllefl by a railway
tr n
JttuiSiSeLM
The police of V nsas City and a
band ot religious fanatics headed by
John Sharp who styles himself
Adam God engaged in a fierce re
volver street battle Over 100 Bhots
were exchanged one patrolman and a
little girl being killed Sharp and two
officers fatally wounded and two
other officers slightly hurt
Miss Helen Chaffee daughter of
Lieut Gen and Mrs Adna R Chaffee
was wedded at Los Angeles to Lieut
John Hastings Howard U S A
F D Hlrschberg of St Louis a mil
lionaire merchant and prominent
Catholic was shot and killed In his
house It was not known whether it
was a case of suicide murder or ac
cldent
Probably fatal injuries were sus
tained In an automobile accident near
Washington by Senor Don Junn Bar
rios minister of foreign affairs of
Guatemala who Is here on a Bpeclal
mission His companions Dr Luis
Herrarte Guatemalan minister to the
United States and Gen John Drum
mond a wealthy planter In South
America wero painfully hurt
Kansas City Religious Rioters
Kansas City Mo Dee 16 Mrs
Delia Pratt rind William Enghnell
members of a band of religious
fanatics led by James Sharp that on
December 8 engaged in a fight with
tho police of this city wero discharged
on Tuesday by Justice Remley -who
decided the stato had not produced
sufficient evidence to hold them on
the charge of murdering Patrolman
Dalbow James Sharp and his wife
have been bound over to the criminal
court for trial on the same charge
Medina Dry by 1188
Medina 0 Dec 1C By a majority
of 1188 Medina county on Tuesday
went dry voting out Boven saloons
Blx in Wadsworth and ono in Liver
pool Out of tho 24 precincts In tho
county 19 gave dry majorities and all
tho villages including Medina the
county seat went dry
THE MARKETS
Financial
New Tork Dec 16 Money On call
Arm and higher at 2i l per cent Prime
mercantile paper fj4H Per cent Sterling
oxchance J4SS90 for demand
Government bonds steady
drain Provisions and Live Stock
Flour Quiet Minnesota patents 15250
CC5
Wheat No 2 red tlOCK01O7ft eleva
tor
Corn Now No 2 at 6Cc
Oats Mixed 55G5ftc
Hay Firm No 3 at 1600
Cattle Steers nothing- doing veals
150031CWO
Sheep Steady at 25O0415 lambs 1678
O7C0
Hogs Stato 16900000 pigs J575
Cleveland Dec 16 Flour Minnesota
spring patents J5E0GG90
Whoat No 2 red J103U
Corn New No S yellow 62fte
Oats No 3 whlto G4c
Duttcr Best creamery 32c
Cheese York stato He
EBgs Strictly fresh S3o
Potatoes Best grades 86c
Hay No 1 timothy J1300
Cattle Best Bteers J625 0560 calves
900 01000
Bhecp Cholco wethers 1400 lambs
J700 0725
Hogs Heavy Yorkers J570
Chicago Doc 16 Wheat December
tlOOH
Corn December G7ic
Oats December 4ST4c
Tork January 11G72V4
Lard January J912V4
Cattle Steers J460 0785 heifers J260
0460
Hogs Choice heavy shipping J57O0
682K pigs JtOO05J5
Sheep Weak at J4OO05OO lambs J5J5
0740
Toledo Dec 16 Wheat Cash J1035
Corn Cash G0a
Oats Cash 53c
Cloverseed Cash J565
Buffalo Dec 16 Cattle Choice export
J5850C25 veals 96001000
Hogs Steady Yorkers J5CO06OO pigs
540
Sheep Wethers 4600475 lambs 1575
07C5
Pittsburg Dec 16 Cattle Slow
choice steers 6500075 veals J6005JSOO
Hogs Heavy Yorkers J59O06OO pigs
J5OO0525
Sheep Prime wethers J46O0475 lambs
JCOO07OO
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GRAND HOLIDAY DISPLAY
Our floors are literally loaded with practical and
useful Xmas gifts Beauty is every wheie We have
looked the country over to c6llect this grandest of holi
day stocks Come and see how well we have served
yoiL Below we name some of the many articles we
have to offer
Chocolate Pots
Celery Trays
Cracker Jars
Berry Bowls
Cake Plates
Fruit Plates
Chop Dishes
Syrup Jugs
Cups and Saucers
Fish Sets
Chocolate Sets
Fern Dishes
Comb and Brush Trays
Rich Cut Glass
Rogers Silverware
Statuary
Braes Jardinieres
BrasB Fern Dishes
Brass Qandle Sticks
Brass Umbrella Stands
Chafing Dishes
Aluminum Ware
Nickel Plated Ware
Make your selection now We will hold purchases
and deliver at time you dictate
V J Buehrle Co
NEAR MARKET HOUSE
232 W BOARDMAN ST YOUNGSTOWN 0
Report to the Superintendent of Banks Condensed
of the Condition oi the
Is j
Citizens
Savings Bank and Trust Co
SALEM OHIO
At the close of business November 27 1908
Resources
Loans on Real Es
tate 7810882
Other Loans and
Investments 19155041
Overdrafts 56926
Banking House
Furniture and
Fixtures 2800000
Other Real Estate 288100
Cash and due from
Banks 5651277
Total 35662226
Material In Battleship
In a 14000 ton battleship there aro
about 13200 tons of Btccl 400 tona of
copper 140 tons of nickel 140 tona
of lead and ten tons of tin
Liatilities
Capital Stock 5000000
Undivided Profits 1141726
Deposits 29520500
Total 35662226
3 per cent on Savings Accounts
4 per cent on Time Deposits
Checking Accounts Solicited
Size of Ratnrfrnn
Government Bdr tlsts who have
been measuring them say raindrops
vary In slzo from tho merest speck
of water to two Inches In diameter
q France Company
The Womens Specialty Store of Youngstown
This December Clearing Sale Will Save YouOflethird
on a Suit or Coat Purchase
And remember every item is new and of this seasons
make because this store is only three months old
LADIES SUITS JO0O
These Suits are made of choice Wooltex Suiting in plaiu and fancy colors -Coats
satin lined throughout this is guaranteed for two seasons wear
Lots of style LoJs of snap Lots of character Lots of appearance in every
model that is represented The values range up to 2500 A Clearing
Sale to close out the 50 Sizes 34 36 38 40 42 at 1000
MISSES COATS 750
The Young Lady who wishes an exclusive coat model will find her hope real
ized in the Wooltex Coat line for misses and young ladies We wish to
have the young dressers bcone better acquainted with thjs store for
women Therefore we will offer 40 distinct models in Misses Long Coats
Special 1000 value at 750
NEW WOOLTEX COATS AT- 1500
There is a f 500 bill lo be saved on these ooltex Coats that are offered at-
15 00 Long Empire Coats exbibting the exclusiveness and dignity lhat
characttrizes all Wo iltex merchandise We make a modest claim when we
say these coats are 2000 values Tuey are on sale at
1500
THE FRANC1L COMPANY
B McMANUS
TJie Wooltex SpecialtyStore of Youngstown
217 West Federal Street
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