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C. E. Pcrry.lcsjco and Manager
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th.
The Great Political Satire,
With Jus. R. McCimn as
avenek Uramler and Nina
Wilbor as Bossy
and all tho
rices, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00.
O. E. Perry, Lciew and Manager.
The J. W. Tread well Attractions (Inc)
Present the Glassiest Singing and
Dancim' Comedienne o! the period,
kJLy . v j "
In the Funniest o all Muscal Farce
Jiy Mink K. Swin
Two IIoiirH and Forty MimiitH or
Hour "Thoy All Look llko Mary'
1 Oarlnnliiim.""H(iu'UHo I'm Jrnirij-tl
Now." 'Darllnu." "if I Klnmlil i.'Tfli
j in l.)vo With 'S on," "Choi rv," 'Slut
KftAin't TlmtKliitlofRGirl," I-Jtc,J:te.
Prices, $1, 75c, 50c, 25c. Boxes $1.50
Week of September 16
P0Rir.HJ. WHITE & COt in Drama7io
- -THE VISITOR"
AUDIS0N & LIIINGSTON ""
EUGENE SWEEf, Comedian
UK. blGNOH C0AIES,
E. P R0WE, Tenor
Pictures. The Holy Land, An Icy
A coupon llcl.nt Kltn w'lli iMicli
llH) imrilnuu koihI lit JMuCJI.iIiih',
llmiillt-y Itmi; ti. iuhI Murieii c'lutli
UifC .VCIomU Uu. j-oml for Ijo Hi timid
lit mu-li imuliit'n. M mi Wml H ti.
Matinco Monday? Wednesday
and Saturday. 3 p. m.. 10c.
Ckildrcu under 12 ycar3 old
Saturday Matinees G'ccntii.
Evening Shows 7:30 & 0 p. m.
TICKETS 10c and 20c7
Suite 6-7 Cummin's
Homo treatment for tho cure
of Diseases of women and other
nervous Diseases. Consultation
MRS. CtELLA M. WILSON.
Citizens' phono 114.
1JR. U. K, HANSFIBUD,
A Hfi'dliute uf A mt clriiu Hclnwl of Optco
putliy, tint only Ostcuimtlilc I'IijhIuIiui in
tliotoiijity, (KpftPt lit. It. U. llUBiui, lulU
" Koriimj lyi , VtlHW til's Olllcu, iHW, Oi-n-torttlrcct.
i i "
OfilcolliMirH Tui'Hil.iy it)-J9ii.ni i-fip. in
ntul ' Tluiihilivy in -l: ii. in, I ft p in
Ilitys Hilurilny In l'i ii. in, 1 S i in
Stomach Acts as n nutter.
Wnostor, Pa John Swallen, CO
years jiltl, a man wnlghlng fully 2S5
jiounds, jobahlr owou h.ls Hfo to tho
laet'thtit bo has a largo ntomneli,
Vrhllo, Svallen was mnklng jepalra on
rn Iron bridge nvor tho I'onnsylaula
JlnoS' trndts a Huiffoltl gnvo way, qt
ting liitn drop 'ii feet to jjio pavod
Bticot bolowi Swnllon landed pit his
stoninch, whioh uiiholaterfd the fun
Ho was tndnliirod beyond spttilpluK
his wilst, although uiieniiBclpiia ft 0m
tllft StWQlt Or BOVJiXaJ JjlQUlS, .
Carr's Trade Letter.
t Weekly tuviow of Utaln Trade Con-
tlltolns wlilfh nio shaping prlcosc pio
patcd expressly Tor tho Minor by
II, II. C.UT-& Company" commission
mot chants, 9C Jlourrt or Triulc, Chi
cago, 111., who have unexcelled fnell
Itlcfl for executing orders for futuio
Thoio wuh a general changing over
to tlio selling Hide of wheat cully In
tho jvoek nnd several million tmslicltt
of lung wheat canto on tho market,
emitting ii nalnial dccllno In pi Ices.
'I'ho market closed tho week less than
3 tents under tho lilli point of ten
ilnyH ngo, ninny of tho local leaders
out of tholr holdings, a Brent deal
of tho wlic.it sold short by thoso who
aio bearish In tholr views ami yet
tho Ilcltlniatc conditions under the
aro ho strong they
lio Ignotedi For thveo days In suc
cession, TJvorpOOl canio strong and
hlghor regardless of the action In this
mnikut Tho strength In tho English
market was based on direct repot ts
on Jho Canadian wheat eiops from
agents at Wlnuopog Nnnd Montreal.
Two nights this week tho big wheat
u raisin piovlncos In tho far noithwcst
had feezing weather. A. high of
ficial of Manitoba Is nuthpilly for
the Htalemcut that SO por cent, of the
wheat in tho big- provinces Is still
uncut and suffoied "a. very hcrlous
Injury from tho heavy frost. This
tutting down of tho Canadian uup
ply or milling wheat will force for
eign buyers to turn to our potts und
especially to our big stocks of wheat
In Chicago for choice supplies. Car
goes of No. 2 red wheat were sold
heic today to oxpoitots,. This coun
try cleared from all ports this week
nearly 5,300,000 bushels. If -heavy
fbieJgu buying of our wheat contin
ues It will forced pilcca higher anil
the break this week makes tho out
look till tho more Inviting for buy
ers. in our Inst letter to this paper, wo
explicitly stated that in tho event of
very flno weather over tho entire coin
belt prices must show a decided do
cllno. Weather conditions Jinvo been
Ideal for hcvoial days. As tho new
crop outlook gets nioie hopeful,
the country Mills moro fieely of Its
reserves, Local hohleis have let
HO largo lines on tlio ilcclino. Kncli
.perfect ,tay adds iuIIIIouh of bushels
to tho iiicichantahlo corn over thu
western states. The chief caution at
this tlino Is against an oversold mar
ket. There will bo u change no
doubt In the near fiituio to wt cold
weather and this will start buying of
corn and priccsf wlll( bo advanced
veiy fast. All low point on a
bleak of 2o today "buying cutlers for
millions of bushels were met und
the December torn pi ices tallied lc
In two nilmitus at tho closo,
Such extensive lines of December
nnil amy oats liavo been bought by
fttrong loc-xil liitorcsts that thoso who
icgaitl prices 'no high aro unwilling
to lake chances In selling at a decline
Tint Washington report this week
lowered the average contlltlon of alio
nop ten points for thu mouth of
.August, Including Urn shortest yield
nnd lightest weight oats for many
vears w will glntlly furnish oil ap
plication iMarket Uopoits as well as
other valuable suggestions on ship
ping and ttntllng to thoso who ate
Interested In following gmln prices,
If tho naino of this paper Is mon
Trial Held Before Justice
- Prettyman Mouday.
Attorney Mclally nnd Witncos ln
jjajje In Some Very Amuolujj
O'jwiles (lillcflpie, or "Cap", as
lite is bet tor Unmui, wtis 4,'ien a
tiial before Jusl'icc I'teltytuan in
Aj'ilu, "iMontltiy aflerncMHi, on . the
olmjgo til' jioiutiiijr firoarnw at 13.
ii. Heveins. Tho two men had a
tlih.iulo c-vcr font'u ntul Sevonts
c-lniiiiH Unit (lillespie, to make itis
-iil of liltu laig-uinonl. entplialiic',
prodiu'enl n revolver.
TJii) trial ill itwdL' wax wotlih k
utX miltw leu fcoe. 'I'ho courtiKiom
wrtft p.tfkt'ii iiiil flic nltonicy woro
t'oum'tMimnu flivnt 13. Jlon.scv for
Hie plaintiff and .lulm O. AfcNcilly
for (Jio deft'inltuit. Oiiloplo wiw
liiuilly cliHinihMl tifter all of Mio
cviileiieo hiul lietm lulduecd.
When tho attorney nrrived from
Mai inn Ijioy found that tlio jus
tice had gtiito aliead and inipaiinol-
IimI Um inn' jin.l ui. vv'Mitnw fin
, ? r ;;Vt.. V ;r,. i
incur arrival. .mciNuiiy, on iiutiiiig
these 4onklilinnA, inovenl lihat tpio
c)fo ho cim'tiii-feil hut Just ice Prol
lyiiurti ivl'iised U do f finlil 'ho
ccnifd liciw MMiio tcvitiinony.
A jiuiulier of witnesses wore cyr
iiiiiiutMl hul Soverns wtii thu nit
inip-ot tml . Hero is a part of his
eru I'.vsiniiiinltuii by ajtotiioy Blc
".When were you horny" tucked
K "Oololief II)'', rti Soverns' ans
Miii't "Aro- nil your huttvora to 'hows
chifinito iw) tluil7J.' oskftit 3rcNnlly.
''"NVui-o ott lioni this your or last."
was Kovorn ' rojily,
iauuriiuct lontr tuid
Ibitd. - i
"Well, whi'i-ci htivi! you been dur
11)!? the last 105 yrius," quorienl
MoNnlly. Tlio lawyer mid witpcM
continued tJieir bit of rejiorteo fh'
fiovc?i-!il niinutoa nnd the .crowd" en
Bad Breath, K' Hawking anp
Spitting Quickly Cured Fill
Out Free Coupon Below
Trained Nurses-Strongly Recommend
Gauss' Catarrh Cure to All
Tito trained nttrso h teatly for any
euietguucy, Just as OatibS Is eqii.tl to
tho task of curing jou rorcver fiom
I- Cattiith Is not only dangeiotis, Init
It causes bail bictilli, ulceration, death
'nnil decay of bones, loss of thinking
,111111 letihonlng power, kills iiinbl
jtlon and enuigy, ortcn causes loss Tit
nppellto, Indigestion, dyspepsia, taw
'throat and consumption. It needs ttt
jteutlon uf'nncc. Curo it with Giuisb'
atanh Cute. It Is a quick, ladlcal,
peiniaiieut euro, becttuse It rids tho
'system of the poisonous germs that
In older to prove to all -who aro
HtilTi'riiig from this dangerous and
loathsome, dlseaso that Gauss' Catarih
euro will actually ctito any ncso of
.uttairlt quickly, no nlatler how long
standing or how bad, I will send a
trial package by mull ficc of all cost.
Send us your niiuio ami address today
nntl llu tioatiiient will bo sent you
by i etui it mall. Try It! It will pon
(Itlvoly cum so that you will bo wcl
, comeil Instead of shunned by your
jfrlentlB. C. K. GAUSf5. 100 1 Main
,St., Alaishall. Mich. Kill-out cou-
Thin coupon Is iforitl forimctrl.il tnck
iiiqiinf Cliiuti")' LVniililiiiHl t'liturrli C'littt,
niallnil frvti In pliiln )i,rlcK,. (Sliniilv
llll In vour niiinc (iihI iil(U'si mi ill ttoil
...IVD JK.. .1... II, .1), -
U. I!. I1A.IJHS, limi Miiin street,
Following la tho list of unclaimed
letteis reninlnliur Iu tlio nostofflco
at-Miulon, Ohio, tor Sept. 17, 1007.
rainiest Perry, Henry llloltin, W.
I. Chase, Ota Jlvorhatt, Arthur
Koilder. Go). Ilai email. Hen llootl.
Win. Hummel. S. W. Kuver. Clinlm-
eis I.ucts, W. It. .Mtuphy, Nclbon
Miirtliio, I). R. Mithoit, K S. Mintou
'(2), C. K, .Morris. John Howe. Mr
finll Mrs. lam noiinaid, Fiankllu II
Scott, Hugh C. Smith, Joo Shlfflcr,
.1. Stadlor, Will Suiol, Win. Uuibci
liour, Mis. Jano llindy, -Miss Knimii
Uouy, Miss Goldlo Ames, Miss Anna
lAiey, .miss .latio Keaniby, Miss
gr.ico Gilbett, MIsh niz,i iivlue. Mlsa
Kany Leathoipian, J Irs. W C. Mof
rett, Mrs. TJllli; .Morgan. Mrs. Nellie
Murru, Miss Mttinlo Ngithup, Mrs.
Chniles I'llco, Mis. Anna Palmar
Mra, Fred Uhotlos, .Miss I.ydla Salt
er; Mis, lttihanty Story, Tlosu 'I'lmnip
Hon, Mrs. Anna Wnlcutt. Mrs. r.
II. Wall, .Mrs, Wolloi num. No. 202
Sen. Ave.. Marion Pino Woiks: F,P.
elgn: Taiez Loustch, 'l'ez Korlntoi
.'l'ooliurnik, IlalIJ .Innos, GooCnlef
jm. u. IICKI311S0N, l. Al.
Mine. Merrro Useful Infqrmation for
. Tho Dlrth Stones.
Will Matlamo Morrl kindly otnto tho
stouo for each mouth nitd gicatly
obllgo an ititorcstcd leader of this
This list has been prlntotl several
times but Is lvon onco again. Will
all leaders plujibo cut, It out nnd pre-B0rvo-for
flltuiii ruruinntti). Thci lilitll
titottes nro: Jmiuaiy, gauiut; l"obru-
";, .iin. mixbi; Claret), iiiooiisiiiuu,
April, tniuo)ul; May, eniorald; Juno,
moss ngato; July, ytby, August, sar
donyx; 8optontboi eapplilro: Ootober,
opal; November,, topus; Uaeomber,
Ii :m 'if
DAILY MIRROR TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1D07.
Find Everything in
On Their System of Conduct
Semi.Auuual Examination of the
County Treasury Shows a Bffl
lauce of $i87;864,47.
John Holler and L. J. Smith,
wlio wen' ii)p0intel by 1'rohale
.ludi' ITohler, Itist iml to conduct
thu seiiiitauniuil',oiaiiiiii.itiiiii of tho
county trwwrtrSj.Jlhd llieir report
M.....I.... o Clf.itiiAii I filliit.ini. iu ,1
.11..IIM.I .lHU...(.v "-"(7 "
Miiiiiimiry of tlie; tot.ils louiid m the
i .i d-io-rcci i-. ...
n.IIIllll'V, .fWlrtUI. M , fUIJI.I-
niiMilM. A I.S.'lS.Tfii mt i .is.li liahmec.
Tl7:t,025.(JS; iitnount hi Ireasuty,
wiUc.lJ; ninounb4 in iiiwsury nucl
I'.... I I... ..I' It?.. '..,1, l'.,.l.j l.n'.uiv
Jit I' liillllv 'J- ljnuvii, I iimii. ifi-tiiQ
divided iimong.'tnc.se banks $173,
0:12.1)1; balant'o'iliowii on tiudilor's
builvM, .jiiriO.OO.'jrilO; oulhtuuding
w.m ants, .i'J2,!J(lQ.tl!) , .ivh over in
the lieat4ary, .$7T2(i.
The c-nininur4Slut. . "Tlio item"
cti-.li over in Imifun r7.2(i, is the
icv-iilt ami nccumulntiou of numer
ous small errors made m ciu-li wnr
l.uith and coven Jft pcund oF 20
yf'tus back. It casU no vcflct'lion
on any ptesent 'g-'r j i-t ollleinlu."
The bonds of ,iill tin- cviuuty Of
lin.iU aro iu fcd-qcj and are lllled
willt Hie proper ollici.il-.
'J'lu examiner K'unpliniejited
Cimiily TixMsurerAV. C Wottiin-j
and Inn deputy, ft. (i. Jones on
t licit- shtom ofticsndiii-inj Hie
nlllio iincl nlno ou'Uie neatitchs and
manner in wltieli thcii accounts ate
Iaflammalory !imiiatisiii Cured In
.Moitou j. Illll.sjir Lebanon, Ind.,
stiys: ".My wlte 'Unci inriatnnintoiy
IlhcuiiiatlBin in Ovgrr iiiukuIc and
Joint; hor stinetliiCvhs,' Icirlble and
her hotly ami ftuo woio, swollen al
most bojoiul recognltkyi: littd been
it neu lor six wecivs anil nan etgni
lih.Milclaiib, but rciilve.d no beiiellt
until sho tiled r Detehon's Uellef
or UhcumntlHiii It gave linmedi
to leliof and she watkiltble to walk
about Iu tilt co il:i i. 'ii am mifo It
taed her Hfo." .
Sold by The 1 iinblo Ii-ii mtccy
Diugglst, Opiioalie I err- Hoitso.
Who Will Bo Seen In "A Good
TcJlow ' at tho Grand, Thuro-
day Evoi-iiiff! ,.
An attiaettiiii t'l.n feVortliy 'tie
patioiiayo of our thtiatrft patrons
w nilnouuced nl lljasSatuad cai
Tliuivdav oU'iiiiig "''"Wa'J- W.
Twiilwoll Atliat'lumOmiiU the
mij4 c'Jiinedienne, tgSdluiC( l.d
moiid in Maik I'. $ffu!; i;itct
miihicul I'titce, eiitillqjSTA. Cl.iotl
Follow '" wliifli' litih hJmrHMjoiioitiie-
od by nil who have t-WjlSfcCtl its
porfyniiantv jii litiutSnMttlracliDn
of mot it itiiiMiiucIi tint
itiwilf ? funny lo the;
sides, beiiitf piesentedt-f yj, of
twenty artists ot ujlffip I'lovev
now, manvnmiibeis jjjthcin ()f
liiff JiunilliiK'ft iu wiu'iJoMjp, nnd
only bj- tho nJFurin? dwJRjcga sal
aiicw, (Muld tlioy hayu'iop0u per
sttadod to Accept "iL'lKagohiciit
with a f i"n uliii or;airitaimtm. The
plot of tlio play i4fcfinl with
iniiny coiii)ilieatotl situiwUns which
nro funny, and spocitilTjiieoiifiish,
ing of spiffs, dnliccsi nTOlionises,
fiunsli ample mnteiiulfqijpiiu ovou
inp'si oujoyment,, w i 4
Cured at Home
' Instant Relief, Permanent Cure-
Trial Package Mailed Free to
All in Plain Vnippcr
I'lles Is a foaiful dlseaso, but easy
to cuio If you go at It right.
An operation with the knife Is
dangerous cruel, humiliating and
Thorcv Is Just one other sum way to
bo cured painless, bafo ami In the
prlvady of your own homo-It is Pyr
amid Pile Cute.
Wo mail a trial package free to all
It will glvo you Instant icllcf, jrtiow
you the harmless, painless nttturo of
this great remedy and start jou well
on tho way toward a perfect cure
Then you can got ft full-sized box
fiom any tlrugglBt for r0 cents, and
often one box cures.
Insist on having what you cai: )i
If tho druggist tries to sell you
tomethlug Just as good, It Is because
he makes mote money on tho substi
tute. Tho cure begins at once and con
tinues until it Is complete and per
You can go right ahead with your
woik and be easy ami comfortable all
It Is well woith trying.
Just sen'1 your name and addiess
to vrninlcl Drug Co., !)2 Pyramid
Iliilldlng, Mtushal Mich., and re
ceive freo by. return mall the tilal
packago In a plain wrapper.
Thousands liavo been cured Iu this
easy, painless and Inexpensive way,
In the privacy of the homo.
No knife anil Its tortuip.
No doctor und his bills.
All druggists, fiO cents. Wiile to-
day for a freo package.
$975 HIDDEN IN BASEMENT.
Honest Jap Servant Rewarded by, In
diana Man's Estate.
Now Albany, Ind. Neatly' $1,000 In
gold, sliver and gieenbncks was found
sovettil days ago in tho basement of
tho houso at Los Ahgcles, Cat , built
by tho Into Merrill A. Wolr, a native
of Salem. J ml , and for many joars
canhlor of tlio New Albany National
bank In this clt, who died two joars
ago, his wife djlng a few months Inter.
The money was found by a Japanese,
Gcorgo Mokogown, who had liei-n em
ployed lo clean up tho pietnlses by n
tenant The latter gavo tlio money,
aniotintlng to $!7r, to tho administra
tor of Mrs. Weir's ustnto. The admin
istrator of Mr. Weir's estate wns also
notllled, and by agieenu'iit JlOfi was
glvon to tho honest Jap ntul tho re
mainder wns turned Into tho Joint es
tato. It was common talk In tho neigh-
hot hood of the Weir homo that money
was hidden about the picmlhcs, and
tlio occupants of tho house wore fre
quently bothered, by poistuiB asking
permission to'Vlig In the gaiden. Mr
Well lost considerable money In the
banking business tit San Plogo, Cal ,
during tho panic ilns about II jeara
a co Neither he nor his wlfo loft a
will and tlio estate, valued at ?2S.ono,
I. now in litigation, heirs to both
iijjinlngi'.n Intel est.
" - '' -'
The Children Enjoy
Llfo out of doors and out of the names which they play nnd the enjoyment
which they receive and the efforts which they make, comes the greater part of that
healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown. When
a laxative is needed the remedy which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten and
strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should bo such as physicians would
sanction, because its component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy
itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and
parents, well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy,
because of Its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and Its beneficial effects, is -Syrup
of Figs and for the same reason it is tho only laxative which should be used by
fathers and mothers.
Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and naturally
without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually,
without producing that constipated habit which results from the use of the old
timo cathartics and modern imitations, and against which tho children should be so
carefully guarded. If you would have them grow to manhood and womanhood,
strong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, -vhen medicines are not
needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only
the simple, pleasant and gentle Syrup of Figs.
Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative
principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to our
original method of manufacture and as you valuo the health of the little ones, do
not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to
Increase their profits. Please to remember, the full name of the Company
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.-is printed on the front of every package. In
KSkia OfP only. For sale by all re- J&ip rYjL&Xi
M?MM; Z UabI drugslsts' 0i f,!f4
'" 'lnV .'ic' ...- '..f . CflrV Trt flllU Un iVAnnlnn .r ".-.. I
w -3;nj i fill in
kW i-PjTiinr Urll) 1 111 II ft
AIA'OJIOL 3 PBlt CKNT
'" wu,nii 'r
Prorrtolcs Di'slionflttf rfalj
ness ana est contains itciiiicr
Not Narcotic. .
Ancrfccl Remetlv forConslica
Hon , Sour StOBiach.Dlarriioca
Worms .Convulsioni.l cwrtslt
ness and Lo SS or SlXEP.
Facsimile Sfgnaturc of
Two Bad Turns.
Something wont wrong with Mr
Kndger's automobile wiiHo it wns
going up a steep hill. It stopped and
began to back down tho hill. He ap
plied the brake, but something bad
fiono wrong with that, and the nuto
mnbilo didn't stop until it raarhnd n
bottom of tho slope, when it turned
completely over, severely injuring Mr.
Kndgor Iu his pocket.
This wns substantially the stjirv ro
tated by .Mr. Kadgor to tJio rt-pcirli r
who called cm him n his plnro orbusl
ness noxt day and nnked for the par
llculars ot tho accident:
"Your automobile tinned turtle, did
it?" said tho reporter.
"Yes," ho answered, "but, tm i toi,i
you, It orturned crawfish first."
Easy When You Know How.
Jiaveit "I tell you what. Young; I
liavo tho sharpest wife you over saw
In your llfo Why, the otltr dav I
gave her Just barely enough money to
ro out and buy ono dress, nnd if viu'H
bnllevn.lt, sho canio home wtth iwn'
voung- "That Is sharp. How did she
nianago It?" Haven -"Wfiy. sh
b'liiKht ono, and tho othor slm had on
wneu sho vent out." Stray Stories.
School nnd other shoes that weai
at "quick sales and small pinflt'
IilltcK, feu sale by Ueatty & Long.
order to get its beneficial
effects it is always neces
sary to buy the genuine
only. For salo by all re
j-n" ni tiHri ffxf T97 1 r.
jffijS finnrantccd under liici-ooil I
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
For Infants and Childronj
The Kind You Havu
OUR r I
?mi msimw i
Is jrowitifx daily. A few '
pairs low shoes yet to
close. Nice new line for
FPtLL AND WINTER
It will pay you lo take a'
look here before buying
I. M, H1YFER
212 W. Center St.
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YHC CCNTAUfl COMNNY, NIW YORK CITY.