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ARTISTIC ARE PRACTICAL
Is the Entertainment That
TWill be Given
Lecturer Conceded to be One of the
jrjnfcat , Developed . Men in the
, t- -
Donald M. Barton, Canada's great
est exponent of physical training, nr
rlv6d Jn tho city today and this even
ing "Will deliver ono ot his famous
i addresses on "Health, Strength,
Longevity, Curvaturo and
Cultiiro ot the Human Body."
rirtrton has no superior in the field
of physical training. He is one of
tho greutest, trained In this work
from childhood, possessing a thor
ough knowledgo of Anatomy, Physiol
ogy, IJyglcno and having a mag
nificently developed physique, be dem
onstrates his theory In a wonderfully
The lecture will bo ,glven in the
Y. M. C. A. auditorium this even
ing promptly nt 8 o'clock. Ho will
lecture- again tomorrow evening at
the name place. There is not a man
In the city who can nfford to mlsa
this great lecture.
Mr. Barton opens his lectu: with
an extremely Interesting address on
the Importance .of Physical Training
for Men, Women and, Children,
. ,In tho second part Mr. Barton In
athletic nttlro In his cabinet with its
artistic light offects, gives his fine
practical demonstration of his work,
A nledjcal student hns opportunity ot
stinlylng the action of a musclo when
Iiq Is dissecting, but It Is' not often
that tho pifbllo in goneral sco it living
muscle nt work, henco the frequent
. bursts M applause. Mr. Barton II
lustratoB exerolserf .for tho girl or
.Xltoy ot ten, and also for the man or
woman of any ago up to seventy.
Tho third part Is a- practical Il
lustration ot the best hints on diet,
Wdeep, nlr exerclso bathing followed
by twenty minutes ot questions and
That ills lecturo so practically Hlus
trntcct by his own superb muscular
development, Is tlio Jiest beforo .tho
public was tho expression of press
and peoplo of nearly all tho largo
cities or Canada, England nnd tho
Tho first school for Scientific Phys
ic! Training in Canada wns Instituted
by Mr. Barton, Many graduates rfro
now tcchlng throughout tho 'Ui'lted
States nnd Canada.
t TO DURE A COLD IN ONE DAV
Take. FjAXATIVI-J Il?0MO Qnliiliini'" "lv K"""
it fJMjF. OTJOVHtP ,,, force rf
Mgnarure Is oil each lmx, 2."io.
Killed by a Train.'
Tiffin, O., Oct. 10. Frank Snyder, a
'naintfer.. waB killed by a Pennsylvania
Itrtflri'whlle wrtlkltig 6n tho track Wed
DIPLOMATS DISCUSS THB
MOVEMENT OP THE FLEET
London, October 10. The vlow ot
o London Times that the dispatch
or tlio American battleship lleet to
the Pacific Is likely to have an ad
verso effect on" tho settlement of the
oustandlng questions between the
I United States and Japan Is not shared
'y diplomats hero.
i . .
Any aciiou oi n rorcign govorninent
which might bo Interpreted as a
nicnaqo to another power is generally
discussed by officials with the great
est reticence. Tho dispatch of tho
fleet to the Pacific Is not In this
category -and consequently It Ih spok
en of freely.
At present Oieat Hrltnln Is assem
bling a great fleet In tho North
Sea, and Germany has a fleet there to
offset that of Orcat Britain but this
has never beon considered ns being, a
poRslblo eauso. for war.
OIIOINANCK NO. III. To levy
special assessments Olrard avoiiuo
paving and taps.
l!o It on'lalucd by tho Council of
tho City or Marlon, Sfate or Ohio:
Sec. 1. That a special assessment
ho levied 'against the lots and lauds
abutting on both sides of Olrard Av-
eue from Columbia street to Belle-
fontnlno nvcnuo to pay tho cost and
expense of constructing a brick block
pavement on said street between the
points aforesaid In tho sum of Two
.dollars and seventy-nine (2.73) cents
p'er lineal foot,
Sec. 2. That tho said assessments
shall bo payafifo In cash within
thirty days from tho ditto of the first
publication of this ordlnanco In ono
Installment at the office of tlio City
(Treasurer of Marlon, Ohio, or at the
option of tho owner, 4ji ten annual
Installments with Intorest at the rate
of six per cent, per nnnuni and pen
alty on deterred payments at the
office ot tho County Treasurer after
the samo has been certified to tho
County' AUdltor In tho manner pre
scribed by law. Said assessment
after so certified may, however, bo
paid In full or in liny" numbor of in
stallments nt any tax paying tlmo
Wlthlnterest and penalty on the samo
as provided by law.
Sec. .1. That lot No. 2411, owned
by Frank J. Cortad bo nssessod S9.02:
Lot No. 1, owned by J. C. Cleveland
ho" assessed $H, IS; Lot No. 2410,
owned by Charles Hunter, be assessed
$).02; Lot No. 2111, owned' by Ida
K. Johnston ho assessed $9.02; Lots
No, 2407 and 210S owned by Phillip
Loybr Ko assessed ?0".02; Lot No.
314,8 owned by A. K. Ilnyncs, bo
nssessod $3.02; Lot No. 1, owned by
C, Y. Mollencopf, be assessed $tt.1S:
Lot No. 2105 owped by Wallace J.
Kllngloi bo assessed $14.lil; Lots No.
2101 and 2102 owned by Laura Olnoy
hp assessed $11.01: Lot No. MHO.
owned by O. L. Slfrltt bo assessed
$0.02; Lot No. .1117 owned by Ferdi
nand Schwelnfurth bo asssessed $0.02:
Lot No. 1, owned by nnchel Solter,
be assessed $14.18; Lot No. ;11I(1 and
3117 ownd by Clara 13. Wllholm. be
nsscsspd $18.04; for wa".er connec
tions on Olrard avonuo from Colum
bia street to Bollefontalno avenue, to
bo paid In one payment.
Sec. 4r- AH moneys collected on
tho abovo assessments shall bo ap
plied to tho payment of the notes
and bonds Issued to cover tho cost
of tho samo, nnd for no other pur-
This ordlnanco s'mll br
roin and after Its passage
and legal publication.
Passed October 7, 11)07.
S n, 'nATTIIAUSRR,
President of the City Council
'Approved by tho Mayor, Lonlc
- j Attest: Wllllani Fles, City Clerk.
.k star 10-0rlC-07. Mirror 10-10-17-07.
Old Switch Gamo Worked
POLICE WANT STRANG! R
Burglar Secures Entrance to the
Amicun and 'Company Storc but
is Frightened Away.l
The old ring trick wnn worked
BucccHsrully at tlio 0. &. IIiiitIh Jew
elry htoro by a welt. drcHHeri Htraiiiicr
Thursday morning mid tlio in-oprlutor
of tlio store Ib out a dlinanod rlne
valued at $40 Uh a result.
About eight o'clock In the uioriitiiK
a man slopped In the store and one
of the clerks wrilted on him. He
asked to look at some rliiRS and wan
shown a tray full, in which there
wdro. several small dlamondai lie
selected a ring set with rubles and
when he tiled It on ll was too small.
bile the clerk stepped to the back
part of the store f ask the propri
etor the price of the llnir, the man
plekcd out ono of the diamonds anil
set a brass rlns In Its place. The
clerk did not discover the theft until
artcr the man bad oidercd the rlns
he first selected enlarged mid had left
the store promising to roturn later.
When the discovery was made tlio
man was not to be found.
A burglar enterd the basement of
the place of business ot .lohn Amleon
j& Company, wholesale grocers, about
six o'clock Wcdnosdny'ovenlng. The
clerical force was still at work and
tho prowler was heard at work by
popolo In the office. Miss Oraco Sill
ier, a DoouKcepor, telephoned for a
policeman, and Officer Nathan Pali
cock resjHindcd. When (he officer
irrlved tho intruder had mndo bin
Joseph Brown wui arrested by Chief
Coruwell on South Main street yes
terday afternoon and locked up on a
charge of intoxication. lie admitted
the truth ot the chargo jigalnst him
at his bearing this morning and was
lined $j. i
Sco Barton tonight, Y. M.
"" Newspapers In Cnlna.
, Native Chlneso pifporn utute that ilic
ChlucDo picas will In future bo con
trolled by tho ministry' of posts and
communications. The following new
laws uio proposed: ribe press shall
not ho permitted to attack either tlio
government or the udmlnlstratlon.
!h,"t '1!."''f " KX "V.
secret document of tho government bo
Inserted. These laws will bo put In
operation after the advice ot the min
isters has beon secured.
euiiialism Cured in 24 Hours.
T. .1. Blackmoro. ot Huller &
Blnekmore, Pittsburg; Pa., Fays: "A
short tlmo since I procured n hot
tlo of Dr. Detchon's Belief for
Rheumatism. It got mo out of tho
house In 21 hours, I took to my bed
with rheumatism nine months ago
and Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheu
matism Is the only niedlclno that did
mo any good. 1 bad tlvo of the
best physicians In tho city, but I re
ceived very llttlo relief from tliem.
enow Dr. Detchon's Relief for
Rheuinntlsm to-bo what It Is repre
sented nnd tnko pleasure In recom
mending It to other poor sufferers."
Sold by Tho Dumble Pharmacy,
Druggist, Opp. Kerr Douse.
Hid Gold In Mountain.
Manch Chunk, Pa. bomewhero
Flag Stuff iiioiiutnln theio Is $040
gold In a coin bag. Tills amount
money disappeared from Hid Madouso
homu when Mrs. Mudouse? suddenly
boryft of reason, loft her homo and
family ono lecent. Sunday owning,
and loamed the mountain until tho
.Uojiday night fpllowlng.
Tho .woman lias had but few rn
lonal momenta since. Durlni; nnn nf
tl.iiuri alio filil lim Sllulminl ol... a '
'iiouihored taking tho family savings
ind hiding thum nmlov a rock In a
I mountain crowi'se, but Just what a
Uio dors mil ir-ov,,
See Barton tonight, Y,
M. C. A.
I BAKSjf SELLS J
I i$ ( A IVK R E L I A ji L K . i ' I
I j j3'4 w Cenei' streett I
HJ r rf v , ,,,.. Ill
A .- :.t
Cured at Home
Instant Relief, Permanent Cure
Trial Pickage Mailed Free to
All li Plain Wrapper.
lialf 'ot the milterlng and torture of
plltn lias novHr been told. Hut no
I mutter. Whether your particular case
of piles Is almost too excruciating
lfoi any mortal to bear, or if you are
BIT ri8feaVflllty tantrilfzed by unreachable
Itching, or whether you have only 'i
miftlomte case of lilies, there Is pos
Itllo relief, and' quick too, In I'yr
anhd Plie Cure.
Touneod' not take for granted all
weJouiVlves say about our Pllo Itcin
edr. wa1it It to speak for itself.
l wantlKui to send for a free pack
age, today, the luiirveloua Pyramid
Pllo Cure, k; 'want to prove thoso
Ktatemonts tom iifrsoilly, so Hint
j-oti will feel theV-esultourself.
J'ollow a few eltrVlo if rebtlons. Oct
wrjll to Btay well. y
you dont have to stop working ono
slijgle day. '
kn tortures from ojieratlons.
No heavy doctor's bills.
ilere, for Instance, Is a sample of
the kind ot letters wo get every day
nijd wo don't bavo to ask for them:
'Krlend, fwrlto to tell what good
ytiur Pyramid Pllo Curo has done
foy me. 1 used your sample, and it
till! mo so much good I went and got
two boxes, mill I used one and I nm
ilother man altogether. I have no
pain, no piles, nnd I have been trou
bled with them for over no years,
and could nnd"' no lellet till now,
thanks to your timely curo. Use my
namo If It will do you nny good.
lHaac Smith. Wharton. New York."f
For Free Sample, send to the Pyr
amid Pllo Cure' In any drug store for
fii) cents n box?, .
Still a Bone of Contention in
the United States
Washington. ''$. 10. That ('a-
('liailvi'k'a'wniks live after
icir author 1
.uisTjouu to tho jieiii
sikni he ilcmuustrutcil
when the UnilcmState Jsupreme
vfnuL (letei-inincwJiat shull lie done
'il.li her jewelry A. motion will
' lii iniiild nexl weok- to have the
chili t dismiss theitipal' in ca.e
in wliicli Collector pleach of Cleve
land, and lawyer ljiukin, if New
Yik, ore fighting for "pftsession of
(Msrtie'ri siiail.'le.iM At , TJm liiwer
, ,,,1 dw.'iiou was aganisl. Uio
chlleclor. CastJie is
hluiiggled jewelry. T(ho'
en for a loan. .
AliOllloi rliAiIviilr pnen ju nlc lit
I ..--.. ,..-.. , ,
lm coiwiilered. Tlii- the. claiiu' of
I In- Savings Deposit Hank and
Triisl rompiuiv of Mlyn'a, Ohio, to
(Julio's I'lialleU. . t
Beware of Ointments. , for Catarrh
That Contains Mercury.
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
ol smell and completely derange the
jhole system when entering it through
Ine mucous surlaces. Such articles
ftliould never be used except on pre
scriptions from reputable physicians, as
the damage they will do is ten fold to
the good you can possibly derive Irom
Inem. Hall's Calarrh Cure, manufac
tured by F. J. Cheney fi Co.. Toledo,
Ohio, contains no mercury, and is taken
internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall's Calarrh Cure be sure
you get tho genuine. It is taken in
ternally and mado in Toledo, Ohio, by
F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
Sold by druggists. Price, 75c per
bbttle. t ...
Take Hall's Family Pills lor consti
pation. ' i
"I cannot help ihlnkliijr of tho won
derful thought displayed in your
daughter's conimeneomont essay last
June." "Yes," answered Mr. Cumrox,
"Judging from that essay, you would
think sho was as much Intoiestod In
Tho Subservience of Individual Am
bition to Kterna! Destiny,' as sho Is
in ico cream soda. But she- Isn't,"
OOTOBEtf 10, 1907.'
CHRONICLES OF A DHY IN OHIt
A Doubly Fatal Explosion.
Maynard, O., Oct. 10. Foilr persons
were badly Injured, two ot them fa
tally, by n powder explosion Wednes
day In the home of James Johnston,
Tlio fathlly Injured: James Johnston,
n miner, burned nnd mangled. Klllo
Johnston, his daughter, aged 0 years.
Seriously Injured: Mrs.'Jnmes John
ston, burned and bruised; Joe Dur
ilusl, an Italian, badly burned. John
ston nnd Durdusl were tilling powder
cans from n keg In the former's
homo while ono of them was smoking
a pipe. A uparlc of the burning to
bacco fell Into the keg, causing Uio ex
plosion ,wl)jdi vitoiuuletely"' ( wrecked
mo )ii?ijso.,. YA-t .
Plumber" Murdered a Policeman.
Cincinnati, 'Oct:. 'l0. Peter J. Onr
etty, aged fi8, a plumber, shot four
tlmoB nt Patrolman Anthony Bacliinun,
one ot the bullets piercing tlio olllcer's
heart and cnuslng tils death. ' After
Bnchinaii had fallen, (laretty struck
him repeatedly oor the head with bis
revolver and kicked him. (Jaretty bad
been annoying the occupants of the
building. They complained and the
policeman went to quiet him. After
the shooting (Inretty went to tho po
lice station, where ho declared that he
had killed a policeman and was glad
A $100,000 Gift to Missions.
Cleveland. Oct. 10. A deficit of $3S,
000, shown by Treasurer Wlggln's re
port at tho meeting of the American
board of comnilsslor.-ars of foreign mis
sions of the Congregatlonul church
Wednesday will be more than wiped
out by a gift of $100,000. It is under
stood that it is a legacy left to the
missionary society by the Into Willis
James, of New York, at tho time of
his death two mouths ugo, vice presi
dent ot the board.
A Pay Roll Padder Is Sentenced.
Springfield, O., Oct. 10. (leorgo F.
Niuffer, former member of the board
or public service, was on Wednesday
sentenced to one year In the peniten
tiary for padding pay rolls." The un
usual spectnelo was presented of
Coimty Prosecutor Lnyburn making
an impassioned appeal for the mini
mum sentence, which was Imposed In
view or his pleading guilty and mak
ing restitution to the city.
Gfrl "Burned to'' Death.
Wnpakoheta, O., Oct. 10. By the
explosion ol a enn of crude oil she was
Using to btart a tiro. Calllo .Morelock.
14 years old. of Tlflln, daughter of .Mrs
Barbara Wnlrieh, was burned to death
Wednesday at the home of her broth
er, Charles, near here.
THE STANDARD OIL INQUIRY,
LAWYER KELl,OGG SHOWS HOW
THE LAW WAS EVADED.
TreasureiTllford Proves to bo a Good
Witness for the' Government
Company Lent $32,000,000
New York, Oct. 10. Tlio method
through" which the trustees of tho
Standard Oil trust liquidated the
company In order to comply with tho
order of tlio Ohio courts wns further
unfolded Wednesday when Wesley II.
Tiirord, treasurer1 or tho Standard Oil
Company or New Jersey, was leealled
to the witness stand In the lederal
suit against the so-called trust.
Statements compiled from stock
books of tho various subsidiary Com
panies dining the period of the trust
liquidation were placed on tho record,
and from these transcripts and from
Mr. Til ford tho government's counsel,
Frank B. Kellogg, says' that tlio go
ernnn'nt's dial go that oul a pscudo
liquidation was effected and that tho
trust continued its operations ns an
entity and under tlio samo control mi
nt the tlmo of its inception In 18S2. 1
bus beon proved.
Mr. Kellogg wns able to develop
that the liquidating trustees and their
associates liquidated oiily enough
trust ceitltlcntes to givo them n ma
jority of, tho stocks of tho 20 subhldl
ary companies and that they voted
theso stockB as individuals and main
tained inconstant control over tho in
tegral companies. Tho dividends de
clared on tho stocks of theso compa
nies were paid directly to those hold
ers who Had liquidated their trust cor
tlllcates and to the trustees who held
tho stocks aguliiKt tho unliquidated
eortllleatoyi of the trust. Mr, Kellogg
showed that tho trustees and one or
two ussochitea were tho only cortlll
cate holders who liquidated their
shares in the old Standard Oil trust.
That the .Standard Oil Company of
New York was a lender of millions of
its surplus funds Svns testllled to b
Mr, Tlltord, From a statement of the
company It was developed that over
$32,000,000 was loaned lust year to
"Interests other 'than tho Standard,"
What these Interests were ami tlio na
ture of tin)' loaiih Mr. Tiirord was un
able to Bay
General Watts Won Kentucky Futurity
Lexington, Ky Oct. 10. tumoral
Walts on Wednesday won tho Ken
tucky Futurity In three straight heats.
At no tlmo was tho cott even extend
ed, winning as he pleased with his
driver and veteran trainer, Mlko Row
ermnn, holding tho Hues In quo hand.
After driving Oenornl Watts to vic
tory, Bowernian. was carried aiound
tho truelt lua floral horseshoe. Tho
Tennessee stnko for 2:00 pacers fur
nished the Uuly spectacular racing of
tho 'day, R. F. D. won tho first two
heats, but Leland Onward won the
third and fourth heats 'n.idoHO llnlshes
from KrugfT ami Hedgowodd Boy.
HedgewolidfBoy won tho fifth, sixth
uud seventh heats and the rnco.
Wagner as a Curative Agent.
Veinoa I.i'o has told sotnowlioro the
story of the marvelous offoct.- of Wug
nor on a heVlache. Ono does, aftor n
time, succumb to what Is n kind ot
hypnotism;' tho sound seems almost to
clear the air, or at least to lull ono
Into 11 kind of dream hi which only thu
sense ot hotilug exists,
THE MONrROSE SISTERS
Wdo will Appear with James Bonelli at the Grand in Humpty Dumpty,
' Friday Evening.
Among tho most promising nttrac-
tlons offered this season nt the Grand
Opera Ilouso Is Dickson & Mustard's
production of "Humpty Dumpty"' and
tho "Black Wharf," with James Bo
nelli as the star. Mr. Bonelli, who
will make his local debut in n sterl
ing capacity on Friday evening is an
actor of considerable ability. For
many years ho Ins been 0110 of the
best known and most popular vau
deville performers both In this coun
try nnd abroad, and lias met with
ARTIST NOT- BUSINESS MAN.
Whistler Had Big Bank Account and
Didn't Know It.
The Dundee Advertiser tells a story
Illustrating Whistler's forgetfulness
mid utter lack or business Instinct. Be
ing haid pressed for a debt and having
finally been Informed he would be
sued unless a check for the amount
was sent by leturn ot post, the aitlst
mentioned the mutter to ono of his
f 1 lends who lived near him. lCxpluln
lug that he hud a few pounds In tho
hank, the exact sum unknown, ho re
quested his friend to stop at the .bank
on the way to business to nsceila'lu
what was required to inako his ac
count good for a check or slightly over
$!)0, and to deposit that amount for
him us a loan. The friend was quite
willing, and In duo time stood ut the
cashier's desk of Whistler's Dank ask
ing for tho amount of that gentle
man's balance, explaining his errand.
The cashier was interested; went to
the big book or balances, turned over
a few pages, wrote down sonie.llgures,
and in a moment placed them before
the astonished friend. Whistler's bal
ance was more than $30,000. The ar
tist was delighted, but found it dim?
cult to remember when ho had depos
ited so inucli money or whero he had
E YOUNO IDEA.
Eloquent Lecturer Nothing More Than
a Nature Faker.
Tlio eloquent lecturer was discours
ing on the wonders of nnturo. "Di
gressing for a moment," ho said, "did
it ever occur to you that there is not
I prlnciplo in mechanics, not a single
ingenious device In the 'application of
newer, that has not been anticipated
II the marvelous structure or tho liu
nan body? Tnko tho familiar Instance
jf the cogwhecL The first cogwheels,
jo to speak-, were tho knuckles of tho
luman mind. Doublo your lists, put
hem together In front of you, with
ho backs upward, placing each knuck
le of ono list lu tho depression be
;ween two knuckles on the other (1st.
Holding them tightly together In this
winner osclllnto them back and forth,
ind you havo tho oiiglnul geared ma
rdilncry that suggested, the cogwheel.
When you go homo, boys, place tho
tnuckles of your lists together In this
junio way, put them under n heavy
ivelght, and you will find that by Im
parling a cogwheel motion to them
iron can lift 250 pounds with perfect
'aso." When the boys went home,
""hoy tried It, and found It wasn't true.
They lmd listened to another nature
Yes, Why Not7
Not long ago a well-known piny
wrlght decided that ho would like to
lave a theater of his own Hi which
:o prodiico IiIb own plays. Ilo didn't
iiive money enough to build It, but ho
iad a wealthy filend lu Wall street.
s soon as tho Idea set lu on him,
ho pluywilght tlslted Wall stieet and
aid the scliomo before bis friend. Tho
Wall street muu put his feet on bis
iinhogany.dcsk and llsto led attentive
ly. He admitted that be had a fow
iiindreil thousand dollars lying around
ooso, yet wasn't particularly entbusl
istlc on tho theater project. "Why
ivrlto plays?" ho demanded, at lust,
' 1 - 1
great success In such musical com
edies and pantomlnes as "DevlPn
Auction" and "Right Bells" and
"Fantasiiin." Metropolitan crltlea
have praised Mr. I'onelll iinsHiitlliu-.
ly for his dioll eccentric comedy nnd
odd methods or his work.
Reynold Wolf of the New York
Telegraph, declares Mm without 11
doubt to be the funniest man 011 the
American stage, and many otlipr
well known critics have vouched
for his ability In niilch the same man
ner. ITCH IN THE SKIN, NOT IN THE
People with Eczema, etc., Make
Grievous Error by Taking Medi
cine Into 'tho Stomach.
When your hand is scalded with
hot v.i't. until It blisters urn burns
you dou i drink medicine to cur'o
it. You npply a healing lotion to
the Injured skin.
Kczeina, psoriasis, salt rheum,
baHier's Itch and other such dis
eases of the sklii cannot be cureii by
filling the stomach with medicine
any more thunyoit can cure a burn
by drinking medicine. To rure ihesn
diseases you inusfvipply the remedy
on tho part alfecteX Tho iiiunHcoa
named are caused b Kerms Hi tlm
skin. Kill the germs Vind thoydls
easo goes away and theVklnfs left
puro and wblto as nnturo jtniled It
That mild, simple Hnuld. oil of
wlntergreen, properly compounded lu
u. n. n. Prescription routs the
:erms nnd heals tho skin so iierfectlr.
that you can never tell whpro tho
disease was. .
No tongue can tell nor pen portray
what I suffered for ten years from
Eczema." -writes Mrs. It. R. I.ittn.
of Oarrlson. Mo. "It was treated by
tho best doctors In the west but re
ceived no benefit. Three bottles of
D. D. D. cured uio sound and well.
Six or eight months hnve passed aud
uiuio is no sign or a return. Mv
advice to all Is dont delay. Ilegln tin
uso or n, n. n. nt once nnd bo
cured . "
Wo have carried D. D. I". for a
long time becauso we know It takes
away the Itch and we bellevo It to be
in infallible remedy In the treatment
of Eczomn and other sk-ln iiinjinu
First Hngllsh Insane Asylum.
In 1700 William Take, a Quaker
pencil tho first national nsyluni for
ho iustiuu in York. Uuglnnd.
CHAS. TURNER fl CO
Fancy New York State
eating and cooking ap
ples. Fancy pears, quinces,
California red and green
grapes, endive, eggplant,
Ciood sweet corn and tm
kinds of fall vegetable.
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