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Annual
Bedding
Sale
Youngstown Ohio
chasers care to pay-
ISLAND
Feb 13 Detrow and wlfa
-went to Pittsburgh Saturday to visit
friends and relatives for a lew days
Mrs Alph Lehman had a quilting
last Wednesdays
Miss Ada Martin who was working
for Mrs D Witmer returned to her
home near North -Lima Sunday
Several ladles from here were at
the carpet rag sewing at Henry Shaf
fers Monday
H N Detwller and family visited
at A Lehmans Sunday
Mrs Seth Basslnger and children
visited at Wm Brunks Sunday
The funeral of Jacob Hively was
held Tuesday forenoon at the Midway
Mennonlte church The services were
conducted by E M Detwller and Rev
Jlohrbaugh Mr hivelys age was 49
years He Is survived by his wife
and two sons
David Lehman John Martin and J
E Lehman were Sunday visitors at
Noah Weavers
Mrs Ellas Bare of Boardman town
ship vistled at A B KnoppB a row
days this week
TEXAS HILL -
Feb 12 Miss Grace Smith spent
last Sunday at A C Lynns
W E Neff was in Youngstown Jjpn
Chas B Handwork and W J
Vn WOO Ut IT Ul UU1AQD tflUUUBJ
Fred and Alvln aCrns of Youngs
town called at Ray Fusselmans Sun
day
Euchre Baker was in Youngstown
Saturday
W B Neff called on West Austin
town friends Sunday
Send your orders for city morning
and evening newspapers to Ralph D
Fowler Any paper desired will be
promptly delivered by carrier
Patronize Dispatch advertiser
Dry Goods News
NORTH LIMA
Feb 12 Archlo and Clyde Sahll at
tended the funeral of their uncle Fred
Sahll In Harmony Pa last week Mr
Sahll was ki Jed by falling under a
moving train while attempting to
alight from a car Ho wub a forme
resident of East Lewlstown and was
well known hero
Rev J H Graf will preach in die
Lutheran church next Wednesday eve
ning at 715 nn Tho Conspiracy
Againct Jesus All aro invited
Friends hero have received word
from Dr and Mrs J V Chambers
to the effect that the doctors health
Is improving very fast They are at
present in Baltimore M1 and expect
to epend tho lemalnder of tho wlntr
thuio and In Washington D C
Intoreainis nnd profitable revival
services are in progress in tho Evan
gelical chinch Services are hold ev
ery evening at 7 oclock G M Crs
well who has cbargo of the meetings
is staying with tho pastor Rev Tovy
Mrs SedoUq of Akron a worker in
tho Pittsburgh Blblo school Is the
Kuest of Mrs Sarah Motzler and Is as
sisting with the revival meetings
Word from Wasnlngtonvliio is to
the effect that Robert Crook Is recov
ering nicely from an attack of scar
let fever
Tho Evangelical Sunday school held
a banquet and social In K of P ball
last Saturday evening
Thero aro quite a number or cases
of grippo in town
Ell Lehman is reported to be recov
ering from his Illness
A son was born last Sunday to Mr
and Mrs Fred McKinnlo of Youngs
town well known hero
NEW ALBANY
v Feb 12 Miss Bertha Bonsall of
this place and Carl Coppock of Salem
were married at the home of the
brides mother Mrs Sarah Bonsall
Feb G They will reside in Salem A
host of friends extend congratulations
Mr and Mrs James Paulln of Sa
lem spent Sunday at James Giddlngs
Mrs Mary Truxall Bpent a few days
with relatives in Cleveland returning
homo Sunday
Pearl Dougherty visited her parents
here Sunday
Mary and Warren Pow Myrtle and
Ralph Fisher have chickenpox
Harry Splckler and family of Sa
lem visited here recently
Mr and Mrs Vernon Lodgo and
Mr and Mrs Russell Lodge visited
at S E ZlmmermanB Sunday
Alva Hively attended the funeral of
his brother Jacob near Columbiana
Tuesday
Lester Truxall was In Cleveland
Sunday
Mrs Bailey Aare visited Mrs Ed
ward Zimmerman Tuesday
Elijah LeJpper and family spent
Sunday with relatives here
CLARKSVILLE
Feb 12 Royal Clay and wife of
Greenford and Miss Gladys Wllhelm
visited at Walter hivelys Sunday
Mrs M G Huffman is visiting rel
atives in Youngstown
A daughter was born to George Coy
and wife Thursday Feb 6
Raymond and Mabel Knopp spent
Sunday at Theodore Hofmanns in
Greenford
Delmer Roller and wife entertained
Rev Mr White over Sunday
D M Charlton and family of Green
ford and J D Feloht wife and son
Harold of Locust Grove spent Sun
day at M G Huffmans
Misses Myrtle Hively Mary
man Edith Roller Kola Holben Geo
Hively and Otis Rhodes attended the
meeting of the Nimble Thimble Club
at Marie Hales In Locust Grove last
Thursday night
omer Rotzel and wife of Green
ford spent Sunday at George Coys
Consult your own interest by spend-
eaL Read Wlesnera ad
THE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 1913
SHHM4HHH
The Geo L Fordyce Co
Annual
Bedding
Sale 4
Thursday Feb 13 1913 t
Our Annual Bedding and Cotton Sale
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Ono of the greatest sales or this store is tnis annual ueuums uuuucf Vif fhi
town and vicinity have been Interested year after year In the money saving Possibilities rtgg
the largest selections and greater variety han over before
event This year wo promise the bqst values
needs are for a few Pillow Cases a few Sheets
The Drlces named are for this occaaslon only whether your
Musltafo of the bedding supplies every thrifty housewife will bo
few arts rf for a full complete filling
interested in this annual affair
EVERLASTING SHEETS
AND PILLOW CASES
These Sheets and Pillow Cases
are not the cheapest on the mar
ket in price but are the most dur
able and satisfactory of any wo
may present every one fully guar
anteed to give thorough satisfac
tion
Wo have the exclusive control
of the selling of these Sheets and
Pillow Cases for this city
THE EVERLASTING SHEETS
Size 81x90 Inches hemmed for
each 85c 100
Size 81x90 Inches hemmed for
each 100 125
Size 81x108 inches hemmed for
each 125 150
Size 90x99 inches hemmed for
each 125 150
Size 72x90 Inches hemmed for
each 100 125
Size C3x90 inches hemmed for
each 75c 85c
Size C3x99 Inches hemstitched
for each 85c 100
Size 81x90 inches hemstitched
for each 100 125
Size 81x99 Inches hemstitched
for each 125 150
Size 81x108 Iirhes hemstitched
for each 150 175
Sizo 90x99 inches hemstitched
for each 150 175
THE EVERLASTING
PILLOW CASES
Sizo 42x30 inches hemmed for
each 20c
Size 45x30 inches hemmed for
each 20c
Size 42x30 Inches hemstitched
for each 25c
Size 45x30 Inches hemstitched
for each 25c
WOOL BLANKETS
BEDDING SALE PRICES
Notwithstanding the special low
prices weve made on Wool Blank
ets for this sale theyll bo cut yet
lower in price
114 Wool Blankets usual price
the pair 500 now 375
124 Wool Blankets usual price
tne pair 600 now 450
124 Wool Blankets usual price
the pair 800 now 550
Extra fine Wool Blankets regu
lar prlco 1000 to 1500 the
pair will be sold at this sale
at One Fourth off from rogu
lar prices
Beautiful fine Blankets soft as
down sold regularly for 2000
to 4000 tho pair will be
marked for this sale at just
Halt Price
THE COTTON BLANKET LIST
REMARKABLE VALUES
The quality of the Fordyce
Cotton Blankets are so well and
favorably known that any cut prlco
such as will bo apparent at this
sale is extraordinary
104 Cotton Blankets were 75c
tho pair sale prlco 59c
114 Cotton Blankets wore 125
thep air sale price 85c
124 Cotton Blankets were 150
the pair sale prlco 110
124 Heavy Cotton Blankets
were 200 tho pair sale prlco
135
Beacon Blankets that sold for
200 tho pair now 125
Beacon Blankets that sold for
275 the pair now 175
PILLOW TUBING FOR LESS
Important at this sale will be
tho underprlces on Pillow Tubing
such qualities as have made our
Bedding Section popular
42 or 45 Inch Pillow Tubing 22c
quality for the yard 17c
43 or 45 inch Pillow Tubing 27c
quality for the yard 20c
42 or 45 inch Pillow Tubing 27c
quality for the yard 20c
BED COMFORTS
PRICES o INTEREST
Weve propably never had such
a successful Beason on Bed Com-
forts as this we have the stock
tho low prices and the variety
for this event weve mado the low
est prices yet
200 Bed Comforts will bo
marked each 150
250 Bed Comforts will be mark
ed each 175
300 Bed Comforts will bo mark
ed each 200
400 Bed Comforts will bo mark
ed each 275
Fine Down and Wool Filled
Comforts regular prices 500
to 1500 each salo price Ono
Third off from regular prices
Fine Silk and Satin Covered
Down and Wool filled were
2000 to 4000 each for just
Half Price
A SPECIAL LACE ITEM
At tho Lace Section well offer
Cotton Torchon Lace and Inser
tion up to 4 inches wide regu
lar 15c values for the yard 5c
This Is a surplus stock of new
patterns bought for our re
cent Laco Sale
44hmHH hmmM
AUSTINTOWN
Feb 12 Paul Wilcox and Itichard
Lloyd housed a lot of seven inch ice
Tuesday Others are filling their Ice
houses
Men are unloading a car of lime to
bo used on tho J H Fitch farm
Charles Creed has his chopping out
fit on the- Jvlmberly farm grinding
corn for Henry Wick who Is having
75 head of stcqrs fattened
John Blaemlro and It W Smith at
tended the automobile show In
Youngstown Monday night
Young ladles arc hustling the sale
of tickets for tho supper to bo served
In tho Reformed Qhurch next Saturday
evening The supper will cost only
15c and there will be a feast of good
things Everybody Is urged to attend
and help along a good cause
It Is said that a Youngstown real
estato icompauy has purchased the
Williams farm consisting of more than
200 acres and will plat It in five and
ten aero lots This will mean a lot
of building and will hasten tho build
ing of an electric lino through this
place There is no doubt about tho
day being very near v hen wo shall
have trolley connection with the me
tropolis
Tho National Sand Stone Co has
Bhut down for a few weeks to mako
repairs
Skating parties are now tho proper
caper
Just a little more snow would make
tho sleighing fine on Improved roads
The Youngstown automobile show Is
Attracting many of our people
Wo have a straight tip that a wed
ding will shortly take place near tho
Tillage
It may bo that the chicken thieves
who have been working near Corners
burg are the same ones who pestered
this neighborhood not long Blnce
Considerable hay is being hauled
through here to the Youngstown mar
ket Prices are said to be not so
high as was expected last fall but
the figure Is probably as high as pur
CONFEDERATE CORNERS
Feb 12 Ensign Sauerweln and S
M Burkholder attended tho salo of
real estato of A Moyer south of Co
lumbiana Monday
Francis Hendricks and Warren
Cool aro building an addition to the
Peter Wenzel barn
Oliver Walter butchered and sold
a fine bunch of Berkshire hogs Mon
day
Clark Johnston has a healing in his
head causing great pain
Rev E M Detwller conducted a
scries of meetings In Canton for sev
eral weeks and was called homo to
preach tho funeral sermon of Jacob
Hively Tho services were held Tues
day at the Midway Mennonlto church
Tho pupils of the Boyer district
school will give an entertainment in
the schoolhouso Friday evening Feb
28 for tho purpose of raising money
to buy an organ Admission 10c for
adults children under 11 years free
Boyer School Report Tho following
pupils were perfect In attendance tho
past month Adln Brubaker Melvin
Culp Owen Cook Thelma Culp Ethel
Frankford EUiel Felcht Albert
patrlck Johnnlo Johnston Earl Kurtz
Elmer Kurtz Ansel Sauerweln Homer
Schaeffer Those missing ono day or
less Edna Coy Cora Culp Mary
Felcht William Jarret Paul Nichols
Ernest Holben teacher
TAYLORS CORNERS
Feb 12 This place has a popula
tion of 75 and wo ought to have at
least 20 subscribers for the Dispatch
In this corner
Mr Groundhog gave us a straight
tip on tho weather
E O Hull has pulled all his traps
and Is going Into the trucking busi
ness He caught quite a few skunk
mink and muskrats Fur brings high
prices
Alfred Black and R D DaVaux call
ed on Mr and Mrs Bailey Friday
evening
R D DeVaux was in Youngstown
Saturday
Quito a number of our young peo
ple attended literary and a supper In
West Austlntown Saturday evening
Twelve of our boys and girls spend
their evenings at the Miles skating
pond
Miss Wilda Black was home from
school In Canfleld Saturday
L M Kast was In Nlles Thursday
G W Linn Is doing a rushing coal
business these days
David Splngler of Youngstown is
boarding at B F Hulls
Tho N S S C CoB pond swarm
ed with skaters Monday night
C Bailey was In Milton Monday
MILTON
Feb 12 Mrs Helen Robo and Mrs
Blanche Kllngeman spent Wednesday
and Thursday with Youngstown
friends
Miss Bertha Reed called on Mrs
Charles Fenton Wednesday
A party of 16 friends of Miss Helen
Eckls assembled at her home
day evening to celebarte her 18th
birthday A delightful evening was
enjoyed by all
Miss Helen Parshall is vlstlng In
Nlles and Youngstown
Fred Detchon spent the greater
part of the week with Edward LInsey
and family in Corry Pa
S C Rose was In Jackson Wednes
day
Mrs A N Ormsby is suffering
from rheumatism
Charles Porter and daughter Lucy
called on Mr and Mrs Vinson Porter
Sunday
Lance Allen wife and daughter
Wanetta visited Mr and Mrs Jos
eph Shultz Sunday
Mrs Edward Russell called on Miss
Lucy Porter Tuesday evening
Porter Snook called at the home of
Fred Detchon Sunday night
Nina times out of ten Hllccess is
merely the result of a one card drnw
in the game or lire
COMING AND GOING
Lester Balrd spent Tuesday In
Cleveland
Mrs Elizabeth McClune Is visiting
relatives in Nlles
Earl Clay of Green township was
a Canfleld visitor Monday
S B Brooke of Ellsworth was In
Canfleld Thursday afternoon
Mr and Mrs P R McClusky spent
Monday with friends In Sharon
Peter Foulk of North Jackson spent
tho first of tho week In the village
MIsb Edith Schaaf who teaches in
Struthers epent Sunday at her homo
In this place
Attorney L A Manchester and wife
of Youngstown spent last Sunday with
Canfleld relatives
Former County Auditor W BJones
of Youngstown spent a few hours in
Canfleld Thursday
Rev J C Schaaf attended a meet
ing of Reformed church ministers In
Lisbon on Tuesday
C J Wilson of Nlles visited his
mother Mrs R M Wilson west of
tho village last Sunday
Mrs Frank Reed and two children
on Tuesday removed to Girard where
they will mane their home
Aaron Wiesnor spent several days
this week in Cleveland purchasing
stock for his clothing and furnishing
store
Mlss Ethel Schaaf returned home
Sunday from Youngstown where she
spent a week with her sister Mrs L
A Manchester
Dr and Mrs D Campbell visited
Cleveland relatives from Friday morn
ing until Tuesday evening when they
returned home
W A Chubb was in Salem Satur
day meeting with Columbiana and
Mahoning county grangers who will
organlzo a co operative society
J I Manchester and son Harry aro
in Pittsburgh attending tho annual
convention of tho Pennsylvania Retail
Hardware Dealers Association
0
James S Harding of Ellsworth
township who was seriously ill with
typhoid fever for several weeks is
now on the road to recovery
rnn v Tvnn nf rlnvnlind was hero
several days tho past week settling
up the affairs or ins uromer ino jaie
E D Lynn of whose estate ho Is ad
ministrator
Mrs Nathan Corll who resides one
mile south of Cornersourg ana grana
son Donald Greler vistled Tuesday
with Mr and Mrs Wallace Corll west
of the village
Mrs F A Morris Mrs C C Fow
ler Misses Amy Jones Beulah Brown
and Marlon Fowler saw tho produc
tion of II Trovatore in Youngstown
Saturday afternoon
Mr and Mrs John Dutterer wero In
Boardman Monday going to see Ar
thur Dutterer who met with an acci
dent while cutting wood It was er
roneously reported at first that his in
juries might prove fatal
F A Morris and W J Dickson were
In Elkton Tuesday attending tho pub
lic salo of farm equipment of E N
Morris father of tho druggist Tho
elder Morris is leaving tho farm to
locate In Lisbon whero ho Is foremnn
in ono of tho departments of theU
S Sewer Pipo Co
Mrs J H Warrick returned homo
Friday morning from Lisbon where
she was called by an accident to her ag
ed brother Jason Glenn Two weeks
ago Mr Glenn who Is S8 years of age
was so intently reading a nowspapcr
that ho did not lift his eyes from it
when ho thought to drop down Into a
chair But tho chair had boon moved
to another part of the room and he
fell heavily to the floor sustaining
painful and for a time it was feared
serious injuries He is now slowly
recovering
NEW BUFFALO
Feb 12 Andrew Lynn a highly re
spected resident of this community
passed awav at his homo south or
here Jast Thursday night aged 84
years Ho leaves ono son and ono
brother to mourn their loss The fu
neral hold Sunday morning was large
ly attended Burial in Paradise cem
etery
Attorney JL L Beard of Youngs
town visited his mother here Saturday
night and Sunday
Mrs Thos Abblet spent a week with
friends in Washingtonvllle
Miss Alice Wllderson and Miss Es
ther Wilson of East Lewlstown visit
ed Mr and Mrs Paul Moreau Sun
day
Mary Swank is In Canfleld with her
sister Mrs wiilougnuy
Archy Heckman ot McICees Rocks
is at his mothers here suffering with
a sprained ankle
Lorln Wlsler and family of Wash
Ingtonvllle were Sunday guests at
Paul Messerlys
George Love and wife of Columbl
ana visited at John Elsers Tuesday
H C Helntzelman Alvln Thoman
and E G Moll attended a grange
meeting in Salem last Saturday
Frank Kelner and Ensign Belber
were In Canfleld Tuesday
F H Beard and wife Herbert
Beard and wife and Mrs Elmer Ram
sey of Struthers Mrs Dan Melllnger
of Youngstown and Will Rltz and wife
of Salem were here Sunday to attend
the funeral of Andrew Lynn
A few ot the women of this place
went to Shady Hollow Wednesday to
sew carpet rags for Mr P C dem
ons
LOCUST GROVE
Feb 12 P D Calvin called
on
friends in Leetonla Saturday
Harry Culp of Island and best girl
spent Sunday with friends in the
Grove
G O Calvin and E I Roller were
in Youngstown Monday
Charles Felcht has returned home
after spending two weeks with Mrs
A M Bishop of Greensprlng
J G Smith and son of Washing
tonvllle called on friends here Sun
day afternoon
Clark and Ray Calvin were in
Youngstown today attending the auto
show
Mrs F W Calvin and Mrs J D
Felcht epent Wednesday in Greenford
with Mrs J B senroy
Quite a number of young people
enjoyed the skating on the reservoir
at the pump station Monday
J W Calvin and family spent Sun
day with Wm Felcht and family
Advertise In The Dispatch
NORTH JACKSON
Feb 12 Mrs Ferguson of Nlles Is
staying with her mother Mrs Jas
tadt who is sick
Francis King of Warren visited here
over Sunday
Mr and Mrs Late Snider were In
Canfleld Monday
Mrs MaUd Kale visited her mother
in Weathersfleld several days last
week
Mr Jleam moved to Youngstown
last week and John Colo moved into
tho house vacated by Mr Ream
Andrew Russell of Berlin bought a
horse of Will Witheretlno
Mrs Edith Thompson and son Le
roy of Alliance and Mrs Edith Cal
ender of Warren visited here several
days
Henry Hitchcock has bought Shan
non Clemens farm
Mr and Mrs Steve Goldner moved
last WeeK to their now home in
Youngstown
Tho romalns of Mr Ragan woro
brought hero from California for bur
ial last Thursday Mr Ragan for
merly lived hero
Mrs Edwards of Warren was here
Thursday
Mrs Henry Fowler spont Wednes
day in Youngstown
A son and daughter of Mr and
Mrs Fred Klino of near Roscmontare
ill with diphtheria
Mrs R E Flick spent several days
last week in Warren
John Osborn who has been sick for
somo time is gaining slowly
Mr Cling had two fingers taken
off in a cutting box and two others
badly Injured
Helen Patton Is spending somo timo
with Alliance relatives
Frank Wanamaker is spending sev
eral days In Alliance
G Wallace Shafer and family are
now located in Pascdena Cal having
left Long Beach where they went
after leaving hero last fall Mr Shar
ers health has much Improved slnco
going to Pasadena
Members of the Phllomathcan Lit
erary Society aro busy on a program
for Saturday evening Feb 22 Tho
characters in the different numbers
give promise of making a very enter
taining evening for tho town and vi
cinity Tho program will bo some
thing after tho following A playlet
entitled Thank Goodness tho Table
is Spread which abounds with many
comical situations arming from a quar
rel In which James a servant vainly
urges Lucy the cook to say tho mean
ingless words Thank goodness tho
table Is spread A dialogue Tho
Train to Mauro which arouses our
sympathy for a railroad station agent
who has to listen to a chatter box who
tells him everything except what ho
wants to know which 1b what she is
talitlng to him tor Two pantomlncs
Nearer my God to thee and The
Star Spangled Banner Musical res
Ration Music on the Rappahannock
dumb bell exercises and other selec
tions Entertainment begins at 7
oclock standard time In the Presby
terian church Admission 20c chil
dren 10c
R A Gault has purchased the for
mer homo of Sheriff Umstcad in the
village and is now offering his farm
for sale
WEST AUSTINTOWN
Feb 12 John DeHoff was taken
suddenly sick Sunday morning Dr
Schnurrenbergcr was called and found
that Mr DeHoff was suffering with ap
pendicitis Arrangements wore mado
at once to tako him to tho Youngs
town City hospital where ho under
went an operation shortly nfter ar
rival
Mrs John H McDonald is gradual
ly failing in health
Fred Boyer is on the sick list
John Ripple and Mrs Floyd nipple
are recovering blmon Foos is still
under a doctors care
Miss Graco Schrum of Youngstown
spent Sundny here with her parents
A suppor will bo given In tho base
ment of tho Evangelical church Sat
urday evening Feb 22 A cordial in
vitation is extended
While Mrs Fred Schlsler of Rose
mont was on her way homo from
Youngstown Sunday her horso took
sick and on arriving here Dr Forney
was called Later on sho departed
for home
Jako Schafer Is helping to cut logs
In tho woods of Judge W S Andor
son Soiib
Thomas Hardy has purchased a
house and lot In Mineral Ridge where
ho expects to move In lho spring He
intends to engago In tho grocery bus
iness
Andrew Howlt and brother Isaac of
Warren have returned from a trip to
Akron
Herman R Helnbergon who visited
F B Jones has returned home to
Fairfield county
ELLSWORTH
Feb 12 Carl Klstler who boards
on south street has been seen wan
dering up north street a few times
W A Martin and family of Can
fleld spent Sunday at thehome of C
E Byers
Harry Brown of south street had
his thumb Injured while hauling lum
ber ono day last week
Miss Beatrice Byers has returned
home after six weeks visit with her
sister Mrs C H Byera ot New
Brighton and other relatives
Miss Destiny Wilson spent Sunday
wjtn juisb uianciie Anae son
Mr Bonsall of Ellsworth Station
helped C E Byers butcher Wednes
day
The vigorous wielding of an ax
handle by Jerry Ressler the other
night probably saved him from being
rouculv handled
There is a hot time at Ellsworth
Center school if the weather man does
say Its zero Three cheers for the
plucky teacher
Skaters are enjoying themselves
these days
MARQUIS
Feb 12 Born Saturday to Mr and
Mrs wm iiunter a son
Earl McCartney and family have re
turned home from Canfleld
Warren Lo eland has purchased a
new threshing machine
Guy Rhodes ot Greenford spent
Sunday here
Mrs Curt Fishel and children aft
er a few days visit with her parents
in Paradise have returned home
Ira Cool of Canfleld called on rela
tives here Sunday
E IW Coy who returned from
the Youngstown hospital some time
ago is able to walk to the neighbors
L B Curtis the telephone man
was here from Canfleld last week
Louis Hoffman and family visited
out of town Sunday
Miss Nancy Collar and Mrs Louis
Hoffman were in Canfleld one day
last week
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AMONG PLAIN PEOPLE
Londons Tribute to Abraham
Lincoln In Appropriate Spot
Tower Erected by American and Eng
lish Admirers of the Great
Emancipator Not as Well
Known as It Might Oe
t Among tho American visitors toho
throng London each summer thcro
ore few who know that in South Lon
don there is a memorial to Abraham
Lincoln It Is a graceful tower nd
ptro attached to Christ Church an
Independent non confoi mist church in
Southward
Over tho entrance are the words
Lincoln Tower A largo stone tab
let insldo records
among other things
that tho tower was
built in commem
oration ot tho abo
lition of slavery ef
fected by President
Lincoln and as R
token of interna
tional brothorhood
One of tho two
largo roomB In tho
towor is n a m o d
Washington
When first erect
ed and boforo tho
Bmoko of London
had blended all in
uniform blackness
thero could bo seen
on tho splro of tho
towor stars and stripes In red and
whlto stono
Tho Lincoln Towor was inaugur
ated July 4 1610 Tho newspapers of
tho tlmo wero crowded with accounts
of tho great centennial celebration so
that It 1b not strange that the cere
mony ot opening tho tower -was over
looked
Tho idea of tho memorial originated
with tho Hon William E Dodgo of
Now York who at tho tlmo was visit
ing tho Rev Newman Hall widely
known as tho dissenters bishop
ono ot tho most popular English
preachers of tho day Except for tho
first thousand dollars tho wholo coBt
of the tower which amounted to
thlrty flvo thousand dollars was con
tributed half in English sixpences and
half In American dimes entirely
through tho efforts of Mr Hall who
counted tho work all Joy for tho lovo
that ho boro to Lincoln
Southwark Is a district of modest
homes its inhabitants aro peoplo of
Bmall mcanB It not actually poor
Just tho kind of plain people whom
Lincoln especially loved and trusted
It would pleaso tho great president
that his memorial should stand among
such surroundings rather than in a
more conspicuous situation or a moro
fashlonablo neighborhood Youths
Companion
TTF I were to try to read
J much less answer all the
allacJii made on me this
shop might as well he closed
fpr any other business I do
the very best I know how the
very best I can and I mean to
keep on doing so until the end
If the end brings me out all
right what Is said against ms
wont amount to anything If
the end brings me out wrong
ten angels swearing I was right
would make no difference
Sptteha an J Presidential ailrean
by Abraham Ltncotn
ooooooooooooooooo
Concerning the Living Lincoln
It was my pleasure to have known
President Lincoln personally Bald
Alexander McDowell dork of tho
house I talked with him on several
occasions in Washington and at tho
front and while knew him well I
do not flatter myself that be know mo
well for there was only ono ot him
and there wero forty millions of me
What struck me above all olso was his
simplicity and every -day common
eeriBo
He met all men as equals not in
a patronizing way but in a way that
said as plain as words Wo are all
of ono blood and brothers He was
a great man and ho waB tho only one
in all the land that did not know it
He always remembered his early
struggles and poverty and with a sym
pathy born of them was ever ready to
give a helping band to those compelled
to travel tho road that he had been
compelled to travel in his youth and
early manhood
Ho was a Christian not a church
member and did by bis actions what
so many do by their professions only
His life was the golden rule in action
He loved and had faith in bis fellow
man and stood at all times ready to
hold the ladder firm while they as
cended and no jealous envy ever en
tered bis mind no matter how high
the ascent
He was a Republican and a parti
san hut above all a patriot and a lover
of his country We need today par
tisan Republicans and partisan Demo
crats men who believe in their duty
and the principles of their parties and
not so many guerrillas that feed be
tween the lines now on one side and
then on the other
In his death the south lost a sin
cere honest friend and the nation a
patriot Joe Mitchell Chappie in
Affairs at Washington in National
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