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,marion DAttYMlAnofcjWBDNESDAY, November, (J, 1007.
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X blriiiJr'fiW-iAi Oner
fjjjf ip' fU4&te for. r gpvefndr, polled n much
. " "V.' heavier AVotfc ihan Charles W. Bart-
p . C Jett, theenM-merger Democrats
n.y ,:: rrnnnriTm eiegm juini u. tIIL';uz
ltfulce ofthe ticket for stnto
KjAf T iMuuiu,-D7.ft mrge majority.
ft' r WtfaXf tKH ' toward '.v.
Ip . 'l'Ail'trmiM'B.ftWt, point
ir- V tMHlAfitAle 6tit the1 'Republican; and
H S V r Jkmdsratli -lliketrf far Jtyillc8 of tne
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Tfc- . -"
XK .th ftwlanjttl 4MMffM ltM.n
5&j .'JWK Tffl 'City electa tfio tnmnany
IIuj'; - PMiaWatfeB'hrtrtirftririft majorities
.'" Ucan riulon camthmtcsf ' '
Now Jersey nha given n safe plural'
lty to .Pranft" 8, Kntrerlbneli Jr.,
pcKiOcntb csfldldate for 'sovernor.
-i.TJ'e Maryland contest Tor the kov
Q'no'rahrfV1 la Irt'rtoUM. owthjuto tlje
foUnes yt returns. Chilrman Vln
diver of tho' Democratic stato commlt-f
ee -Plalnis tTfo rttnfe by 12,rtnn and
rofiwrvatlve estlmale based on m'eapt-
or rpfurna fifvo drotnors, Tlemocrat
itbt 'ttflrteinoi-; dldurnllty Wfr,.nnn to
Tlie Itliode Islftnif returns 'Indicate
the re-election" of Oovernor .Tanies
)l.t HIkwIiIs, Dcmocratrovcr Frd-erk-U
H. .Yackson. llei)iibllenn,bv' n
rtnrnllty estlmdted Id bt about liflO.
ihhowlnfe ft DpmrfpratW alh froni Ibc
5ltttVallty tof'-'liHt yertt-.
Th. election of the Demorrattc
Hcket In Mississippi headed by,R.
F, rtoeC f6r RoVernor, Is a foresonn
POffclilsMli, 'tis tltoi6 Is no opposition
tn 4STe,brnsltn, M. B. Ueese, Kt'iinb-
, llcnlH, candMato for tbn supremo-court
'the most Important 'state office' voted
oil ,1s undoitbtely elected) '
To take the sharp edge off
- an appetite that won't? wait
for meals . i-T 'Mi-
To sharpen a poor appetite
that' doesn't care for meals-- .
eat - ' '
U need a Biscuit
ncNt) o APri.Y lid.
i dolumbua, O., Nov. a. "The sn-.
v loons will observe the law under my
Tlls Is the koynbto of a stitement
So nutritious, so easily di
gested, that they have become
the staple -wheat food.
In moisture and
dust proof packages.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
IDA TARBELL FQREMOST !;V.m:trr
LIVING AMERICAN W DMAN
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So Says 'the Mirror's New York Correspondent The
Writer Who Exposed Standard Oil Trust a Very
Busy WomanThe Servant Problem May ,
at Last be Solved. .
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New York. Nov. fi. -To tho many
thotiBiTTuls familiar with .Miss Ida
'InrbPll'a oxposuro of Standnid on
methods then must be dally won
der at tho astonishment of tho
many millions over the current
Knurl nvnoHUrCH of those sumo
methods, I have heard a lawyer
competent to JitdKO say that prac-
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neatly nouuiiK nun wen (iihuiusuu
i' 'nil tho anti-Standard proreed.
lurt which had not alrendy been
exposed by "Miss Tarbell. To my
tnlnil -she Is tin foremost living
Auieflciin woman. Mb vrltes his.
tory well beratiao (tti6 ' passed three
yon is al tho rforhonno, I'arfs, learn
'hiR liow l Write ' hWqry"'; hIio Is
Rood maKalnri editor becauso
."i - i.r. .ittlsl) -. i--
inu' was wmi .4ICV uiri' H .MiiHU'-'MU
Trom Its tlm Issue until her re.
Cent KPliarntlrih Vrftnl"Hie McClnres.
Mfss I'niholl has l dollfihtrul
home tl foW blocks below I'our.
teentb street, whlMi aho houses nno
rir 'Iho best jirlvaW libraries In
Xew York and" dKes much of her
literary work. A Rentleninn called
on her there once (at the request
of u publisher who was eager to
K'et a short historical work from
her pen. It was on m aniiWt
general session tho Kdlson rom.
pany, with a working party of
etierta showed tlio judges how
an organized gang hnd operated
a devlco for ' stealing electric
IllGht ami power, -which had set
back the comnailV'i tlnancea in
the sum named Thi, iTcvfco Wfts no
bungling wire taflpniR critltern, but
a skillful and scientific arrange
Uiand republican, was le-electcd gover.
nor by imt.000.
l'.1.,,tr. n Vn. . (
Vtt, .V. C' A nontJ' m3yoi"c.,0ct iWhltlock Is elected rjmaytlr by
of CrtlijmbUs. at finlast evening. ,.-,, ovpr hH nureBf minne-
-.t . . .! i J.nn ...1 I.I.. ""' , . 'I v "
mm iimim uuuiic ni iu-.u wnen M-s)H,nr Tllo ,,llre Ufnilhiienilent nol.iu-.nre. Nov n Tlio stnto Is
iii'koi is emcceu except police iiiviii'mi. milium eiiiiaiiy
election was assured. There wait no
niore dfllnlte sfntenlent as, to Sunday
Onntori, O., Nov. (l- Incomplete
returns Indicate the ro-eleetlon of
Mayor Arthur Turnblill, Ilemoerat.
by an Increased majority over that
of two years ngo, when ho wns
oldeted by 400. Returns are to thd
effect thnt Tnrnbull will receive a
vole almost" as largo as Yost,
Tlhptfbllcan and Miller, Independ
Tho 'jintlro llopubllcnn city tlck
ctj with the exception of mayor
and. rfosslbly, service board, Ii
ejected,, hy reduced majorities.
MiiuniDus, -nv, (i. rne cum
plotn republican, ticket Is olected.
Ho ml for mayor, 'beat lluncan by
Cincinnati. Nov. (i. Leopold
Markbrelt, ropnb"llcan( Is elected by
tiO.OOO votes over Dempsoy, demo,
crat. nnd H4,ono over WnlT, Inde
pendent. 7lho entire republican city
tlckot Is elected.
lthodo 'island, Nov. ((. IIIg?Ins.
ilemocrnt, is elected (Jovernor by
'Dayton, ,bv. 0. Kdwnrd llurk.
ihnrdt, ilemocrnt, beat hla Indopend.
-t4 . : .. . - .. ..., 1.1. 1
' nirnptiii ran on it liberal nlnM,."MU """ rfpuuHcin opponents ami
rorm, yniie Minor navocated strict """ "ui ukqi wuii mm,
onrorronient of law. Yost was also
for law enforcement.
Pennsylvania, Nov. (i. 'llio voto
on slato, treasurer shows a republi
can landslide by 17,-,000 majority.
boforo congress, If the leagun- does
not succeed In carrjlng out Its
purpose before the nntlonat legls.
luturo meets. I believe, however
that by tho beginning of next
year every Oriental will be out
or the country'. The league Is tak
ing advantnge ' of the sentiment
against thorn, in the Pacific North
west, nnd 'since tho recent out
bieiks In Uelllngham nnd in
Vancouver nitlch has been done
to promoto the 'movement All tho
, employers of 'foreign labor in tlio
western cities will ho asked to sign
a pledge not to hire the Mongo
lians, and it Is through this nif.
(Hum that wo hope to drive, out
the aliens, niid;Hbecause they can
not secure employment, tho .Inp
aneso necesFnrlJv,, must return to
their own eou'ntrv".
Because n Young Men' Chris
tian Association tent was placed In
a national guard encampment cmuts
martlal wen reduced f rut . alnMeen
Mast year to but one thlH yef, .
i "Tho KnllsttHT Men's ituTIdlnR"
erected by tho government nt tno
Jamestown fcxiiosltidri for the BOldlors
and snllonr nnd pilE In fcllargebf tho
Young Men's Christian Association
was not largely inttmnlzcit by them
until the Y. M. 0. A. sign went up
A railroad company has mdde It
obligatory that Its apprentices attend
educational classes of the associa
tion. The Nashvlllo street railway com
pany Is erecting and equipping n
clubhouse for Its men. which it will
put in charge of the association.
Cyrus 11. K, Curtis, the proprietor
nient whereby the electric meters of the Iidles' H01116 Journal beaded
can be beaten In a way to piwle
the company's trained detectives.
Little olif New York suffers so
mnch by comparisons of her
statistics of wickedness with those
the subscription piper to purhasetlie
opra lnTsr- nt R,oekorf. Mp,, and
tiuiirrm it Into a hulldlnu' tor the
Y, M C A
ItpniiihP 11 young man in his employ
could And no decent place to spend
'it ...t .. tcf tlf nitinmnr txf
of olhor cities It is a relief tol'"i ' ,, " ' """"''. .
observe that In tho matter of Jacksonville ;, Kla g.ive .t0 .000 for an
saloons she makes a very good
omparison. In the whole greater ,"Vhf y M ??. S So""
. L "!Th r J"'1 l"'77,L.?n8: and boys In Its Bible classes In
(association building and took the lead
In raising a $120,000 fund for It.
many as' ,, ii,,i ,i eiiinim nauiMn.
Cleveland or San I-ranclsco, com.to))H ,, oxprls t0 ma,(0 the nuni
paratlvely, we would bo allowed ,)0 10r)000 thB ycar mhle study ral
nbout :i().(Ki(). Iligli license hn iy ,a', to Irtcerase this enrollment,
keeps down the number of drink- ;ia observed Scirtcniber 20th throueh-
lng places and tliftso which do ex. 'out the countrv
1st nppear to do less business thnn Courses In lndustilrtl cheinl-Jtry, In
those of other cities. Again milking eluding feels, paper and leather mnk
tbo comparison with Cleveland. Inc. nnd courses In railway .transpor-
1 there were only .V2..11H arrests tatlon are held in the 2.1d Street
which would not hnvn rnmH.mi"" " weru on,y '-"' arrests tatlon are neiu in tne
sVnly bv " Ihs Tirh n nmi hil,,,pro ,n "" "r Intoxication, where Dranch. New York City.
S- L ,. J""l":,..?"'Ltl0l Hi Cleveland In the same time, The government could
forms for tho manuscrint were to
tlon. Ihit she turned down tlie of-
not get ef-
.1... .. - .. . ..-. -1 .u. r.... n....m., .,,!
be tleil hv Iipp u.ithni .,..i- JUK "rresiB ior mat cause num. ucient sienusrainierM u 1 .uiaiu.i ......
IK IIP( llj Iter MthOUt COIlSUlta.. l,.i ,-. ...... ,..,. ....... i,l ,1, v,w ln'a Ollrlallan An.
1... I ""-" i.i..i.i .'w 1 urn, iinoer ail i "" "!. ....... w...... .
apportionment based unon Cleve soelatlon to help them llnd men at
s neuron wnu nnittn,i $12." a month All the positions were
nhont 1.-)0.non 'arrests for intoxlca- nlle(1 '" n fcw w,pkB nml moro nw1'
tlon. Hut pei haps the police of cant8 wcrp m,t " lho rlvM sorv
Cleveland and other cities Judge n81.
Tor. I havo no time now. I can '' ' ,
.-.- in, nun- in up nuu re,' ' HIIO
said to me( "to dovoto to any new
work." How mnny authors
in me worm wiio can truth fullv
i i -. ... .. .. . " . Tim fnfimra nr lwivo nro mepiinc HL
"L"1.. ,,""r. ,,tC"r- -ment;!,;;cr ' V Nrir"rn;theW;nipeV Man., assochtion to
then- lives"". "" ,I,P Para not nrrwt n drunken man If thoro ?lu M, hv ,roWcm ,n U'C,r W"
' ot""Sr 0banTnwvf h,m h'tow of Riua. Basl, by tho
on was mado a few days ' largest popular ote ever cast, appro-
ago of tho arrival of i.non Irish
rw.-i-i - . -
. - vVlvltUTJ DEMOCRATIC,
s Akroni X., N4ov. 'o. Enrly re
turns Indicate tho election of WV
T. Sawyer (Dom.) for mayor by
'. FEZ, aTSJS'SS-"- Vr""""ra"' '""'"'"'
nA -,.-.1i... 1.... '..... '. ..)()().
wn. ...iiiiuuiiiu, uui iiiiur reiuriis
Louisville, Ky Nov, n,-. Angus. 'Jap-Korean Exclusion League
s E. Willson, republican. Is olect- f , . r .
governor, with tiio'.entiro stnto I -to rTrgcto prevent' Com
petition -with Whites-
ticket. The next legislature will
lio democratic. Indlcntlnc "tho nloc-
ition of (Jovernor Beckham ns JL j
,S. Senator. Txiulsvlllo elected s
Jersny City, N J.
showwl n falling oft In tho Demo.
emtio voto for tho head or tho
It Is exnected that n,,i.(,l .. "'
vnri ,ni i,, 0 .,..:, ":,".:. .rel,ul,llcan. ror Bovcrnor
..., ,,, n..w oiinjtni viuuiiuii ny
000 m i(noo plurality,
TO AVO'D THE STORM
Siirlngfleld, Vt.,'rNov.- (j. Tlio
balloon con'tnlnlng Charles J. Olid
doil of Lowell, Mass.. and Leo
"Stevens Of New York, which ns.
1 - It ..!. X',.. . I t t . . nnnrlnrl fitn... II ll.iftnl.l ... .. ..n
I r'llUKUIll' ilnll. IMfVi n ll I ii...-.i iiuiii 1 iiniiriu, .illn,, ,.M-
tho people of tho .Middle, Western, teniay morning landed in North
Eastern and Southern stntes could fSprlngflold, yesterday , afternoon,
ro.illo th'o linpbrtnnt questions of Tlio dlstnnco covered was about
. ' '' " ," "'",- . . tlio OHentai nroiiiem as they prc-.i.io nines.
I.nler reportn received this morn.lb(mt themselves on tho Pacific I Tho landing
of thp ticket is In doubt because
or tho many scratched tickets.
Tho last fow dayss saw n groat
rhangff Jn sontl.nent due, it Is bo
Ilorffl, to soveral moves by the
llopubllcnn --campaign mnnngors.
one being tho publication today
that Sawyor hnd drrtnk beer nt a
p.ijbllc hall Vlth votors, Boory's
failure to roglstor and his uso of
tho circular methods of eloctlonoor
Ing Vom ttseit "hgnili.st blm. -'
,r "- ' ' '
Ohio rauiltBticfAvolnml, Nov. o.
HJohnson is reelected mayor over
Burton by rb.Tl.'l. .fobnson controls
tho council. All republicans savo
pollco nlork nnd board or educa
tion are clectOd.
IHB ndlcnto tho election or Fort,roiU)t nncl )n w ,llBOt Sound finfely In a Held., The voyagers
country. I nm firmly of the holler sald that a storm which (hoy ran
they jvnuld coopernto with, us In. Into cnu.sed them some ineonvon.
shutting out tlio brown men ns lenco.
laborers to eonipeto ngnlust the' To got out or tho storm Mr.
whites." .'Slovens, tho pilot or ' tho balloon",
iiuuwfii 11 in go nnove mo ciouus
until It reached an clevatlpn of
f.'iOO 'feet. During this upward
Might tlio cliungo jTlp toniterature
ttin. I'rnncisco, No;. ((..Mayor
Taylor and thn ontiie,good gov
ernment ticket hns boon, olected by
12.001). District Attonicjy Langdon
Is reelected and ri nrt llrciKriitlmi
CASTOR I A
Per Infants and Uhil3nra.
TI11 Kind You ta Always Bought
fiUaaaturo of (kAfT&Z&x
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE UAY
Toko LAXATIVE HROMO Quinino
inniets. uruggrlst leluml money i
it toils to euro, E. W. QROVR'f
.Lincoln. Neb.. Nov. fl. Tho stnto
lljiH gone rejiubl.can by jo.000.
Salt Lako City. Utah, Nov. fi
'lho American or Anti-mormon city
ticitot wns electcil by (j.000.
Now York. Nov. . Tho T.un.
mnny city ticket la olected by' '."
000. Mnsfiachusotts, Nov. f. (iiilld.
A. E; Fowler, seerotnry of tho
Japnuese.Korean Exclusion leag'io,
fa Id this ill tlio course or an In
torviow, in which bo outlined tho
UNCLAIMED LET ERS
organization's plnrts in tlio move-'woro very sudden, tlio nlr becnm
mnnt to banish tho Oiientals from lug very cold
tho United States and Canadn. He
said tho leaguo Js partly support
ed by t.iborlnginen and that Its
province, now coveiing Washington
Idaho, Oregon, Montana and Brit
ish f)lumhln. Is to bo oxtondud'
eastward until tho Atlantic coast
Is readied. Ho added ;
"A representatlvo . delegation
will bo sent to Washington, I). C.
not wintor fo lay tho question
nriated $1,"..000 towards a $100,000
as association building fiihd.
he Bown-Ketcham Iron workf, or
HananollB. cohipels nil of Its ap
prentices to attend the Y. M. C. A.
i.-u. ...i..l (V... frl.n full 41mn nt tllrttr
nil.' tl. ,..!.-. r.., . .." ----- IUSll BUIUMIl IUI li.u .u w
wall of anguish from American lJ ., .r "l0 frankl' apprenticeship. Because of this study
housekeepers has at leii been'nn?!. .T''0" "" ', '" W"B "brok' Journeymen's wrfes arc given six
heard and understood t mSl B?. ? 1 ,lw "". "h. HOtiner than those' serving
MnilV VlU Vni-bnra no ,..ll
on one si in who Minn ,..... ..." ""
, -. ....u i . Mv n nirrnn inrni. ..,iii i. i i
enter domestic service.' Sntunlnv , "Z '..'" "...."" K"LU lo . T
tho Cedrle brought iinn mnm ,n, .;"'. ,'l"""A-.L''?lor " ".,lft,,' "' In,
r.rlth. -?" ."Hons.nune.r'riir oTa t""
..i "vniini iiy Homo I lilt tlio 1
n on MCliniUnnvian COIintrlen nn,l i. . ----...- ...., """us Wllir HlllB in uiu imi i '- -"
that these 1 r'no wSS !', fho nat,,ro of I,at,'etlc about It. pany advnnces the tultldn fees, which
Rrls a ill 'promise n T'"',11 1 ' W"8 K00,, 'nnoto have a are paid back at nrt cents and $1.00
wb.c mny'oSn; !c Z - X? S.."rLi'P" " l " . time. By this nrraneht -h
diendful condlrfnn. A.i,r,i. . f " '"""" """ wn on nm npprciuicn r's '-"- ":' ' ""
tying lomw indflilXi ' "nip-U-ny out to Tonopah t6 begin llfo In three years and six months. Mr.
hoard, ThoMP, K ,0,oI,"ln'' I Vr 'lK,,ln' ns " I'I. lie was lKetcha.ni or the Company ralrt In ro-
he imlJor or n . T"? "B w,thfn,wnv" . altogether quite as fcrrlng to the matter. "In this way
t t"p , 'mnn ,lK(),,0o1 'f' "" "ht as In tho dajs ot ,n quarter the Comp-.my Inst year Invested
ninuei i remarked that after nil of n r,..,,.- .,,. ...,... .. ' . t-.mn i,. inn n..i inirlt.v." Tho
fllll ...!... . . "
na ni .,.. ., ' "" rS". WIIUIl HO 110I ?"
serve a Hvn, 'nnired to to stir up Senator Hoar "because f'"s" '" vnun nftrpn yMrs m
uhnfi. .. ,, lllim,,or or I'onln he always talked so well" hp aning the workingmen was to compel
Miethp, they Hvo nt homo or In!sald. Ho was attendliur ' m nI'very Imy who completed hlaap
hofls. low .11,1 ti,n i..i .. i ...... aiieiiding n Httlo .,.,;;, ,, ,, ,..nir,i th
" ""'"i" KUlM'i'.ill,BH lien! MO toil mn .,.1 lli-"m.riiii. .... u .v......
Itlltn 1 ..fti ... . -"...
flOO bonus given bv him bv the coin-
vi'm,,,,, ,i. , ...... i.i . . . ""
tonipt at evasion ho replied that as soon ns possible because '"2 liany " ,"'I,1(,t",K ",s tnuo. to Hprind
ho hotelH hreak the contract labor lot or the boys hrro cxiSt L t 27' r $'n f " '" ""'"K- for
laws. Tlioy send agents to I'rnnco.
run nlm,,. ...m. .. ill" men u eeieuniii' wuii nun uu.
Swltze.land. nnd Uormany who to do years Z T, .,"!'.. ' '., T1,l!, ,m ,,pf,n ,lnnn awiy w,tU' A
." "-"" w '"" new nm cuiitrinn l ntei isrence was
;.7..H. ""r..1":".""1 1on't interest
" - "" ."" i," ne. Hints nil. r
mi. "11111 wo can't do business
otherwise, so wo break tho law
Easy, when you know how."
mo. developing a better diss of working
.men from the foreman down.
Stealing n hot stove would Beem
to lie an ordinary yeggnmn's Job
compared to stealing and carrvlnit
s-Jfflr ru. trsrr , Jf ---
Some eminent Now York linancl- K.mcy Ohio sind grown notntoe.i.
era now in a position to realle Jt.'c per bushel In r. or 10 bushel lots.
...... ii..h.i- scciiimcs consisting of 1t
nlnety.sove,, por cent water mm
"' . i'1-1 cent aro not
('MAS Tl'BNElt & CO,
even p0 good as
sipiatmo is on each box. 25c.
Htw's This t
We offor Olio Hundred Dollars Ho
ward for any caso of Caturrh that
cannot b'tC cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure .' P, J.iCHENEY ft CO,,,
' " Toledo, Ohio.
We ,tho underBlgned, have known
P. J, Choney for the last 1c yearB,
ana bolley him perfectly honorable In
all busilicBH trnnBactlons mid fluan
clrtlly 'abld tb carfy out apy obliga
tions jpadd'by hla Jlrrn.
WALDINO, KINIAN & MARVIN,
Yi'holeBale Druggists,, Toledo o
Hall's Catrrh Cure is tnhon, lutur-
nnliy. acting directly uiwn thd blooil,
and 'mucous surfnccti of th'o syslem.
'testimonials sent free. Price 7Cc por
bottle.' Sojd, by all 'Drusglss,
frafctf 1 hill's 'Fnmlljr Pills for" con-'
"Treat aN dog like, a man, and you
wilL.have a noble animal; treat him like
a dog, and ydii will have a dog' Learn
how to care for your dog and cat by call-
ring far,abDok on JDoe; and Cat Culture.
Free for the askiW at
m beIwjby DRUG CO.
: :M, m. U 12:30 a. m. " 'k4:00 p. m. to 7: p. .
Advertised list for November fi,
i.I. W. Hurry. I'. E. Baor, W. Nil Plpcken, the enterprising drnwlst.
Buchannn, Cliarli-s Bailey, Arthur rather than await the oidlnary nieth
Beaver Harry liogrin, M. C. Cnlla. 0(ls f Introduction, ured tlio Dr.
ban 'CO., llnriy Trtylor. John Howard Co. t. securo a quick sale ror
llowol Arthur Ilnj'cov, W. P. John- th,ch' cflPl'mted specific for tlio cuio
Pirn, ('hnrlos Jinks, lien Lnus, Hur. f, nstpaMou and dyspepsia hy
ry (1 Morton, -j.' llory Nichols, """"""j tl,c '"S"1"1, COc '"' at
7:':3 enr; r
tyo, .anise,,. Professor SoH, J,,"" ' , ' Jj
James C. Sllverhon . John Sons, ,0 ni., nwni ' nilthorm,
Cliarles Smallenior, J. Taoler, ,iiuuBlht Plocken to contlnuo Mils sm,
lloss WiUltor, Roy M. Williams. N. clnl hnlf-prlen sale Tor a limited time
W. Wiiugh, J. thidley Weeks, John longer.
Walgamot, Elzy Williams, Ella. I m addition to selling a noc. bottlo
betli IBlow, Mrs, Wasa liergor, ,of Dr. Howard's specific, for SSc,
Mrs. Maudo Hi own, Mrs. Blancho Plncken hns so much faith In tlio
Burr, Mrs. ('. ,, Downri, Mrs. Allco remedy that lie will refund tlio money
A. Denny, Mrs. Morrill Dunn, Miss .to anyone whom It does not euro.
M. iM. Pronch, fMfss Klorn Kirk, I Wlieu yqur head aches, your stom-
Mra. Julia B. Klino, Mrs A. Mil. acl "e ot digest food easily nnd
lei', ,(Mlss lEllalioth Miller, Mlssi
Tola McElroy. Miss Hqlonn Porter,
Mlbs Edith Poiter, Mrs. Anna
Young, Consolidated Laud Com.
pany, 4, llrndloy Dmg company.
Porolgn Siguor 'Plotro Cavaluzl,
Slgnof Fi-hnnhro, EleMo CnJarco,
"to Trhco Moseur Cnrolio.
' MeiJiisifer Service.
Free Eftflivery. -115
aW. Cetr St.
M. .. -.
Ohio Ciop Repart for Novsmber.
qoHUiibus, 0 Npy. 0. Tlio iitntd
crop jepoit fur N'ovcmber 1, Issued by
tho stnto bo.iul or ugrli ultrrir Tuei,
day, Inillc.ilea a shoiti wheat ciop for
lho harvest or li0S In Ohio, een
though tho tondllloiiB for the growth
of file1 croii should !) Uiuisilall.v good,
' 'fho uCieuise wiwn Is" only bR per cent.
01 llllu sown 101 iiivj tiurri-ni in liiui.
This is tho lowest wheat ami In
yeais. Corn prospect bit per cent.;
t ' . . . : -... j. .., it '
ciovoMoeil ii per reiu..ryw i-oiiiiHiou .!,, j,p nlloiVCd oil thd Uth
. StSww"icw wi i: ,,',-3t n- 0,,!,,T(,r' Mnl,nBfir'
naturaliv, wlieu Miere is constlmtlon
specks before tlie oyea, tired feeling.
giciiiiness. nnd taste In tho mouth.
coated tongun lieai tlinrn, sour stom
iich, roaring or ringing In tho eais,
meinnciioiy, uer troubles, Dr."IInw
ard'H specinc will cuio you, If it docs
not it will not cost you a cont.
All telephone bills nio subject to
23 cents discount on each phono rent
ed, If paid on or before tlie tenth of
tlio mouth, Don't miss your chanco
to wive the discount. Office Is open
dally, except Sunday, open also on
Satin day evenings, nnd on the even
ings of tho 8th, Oth nnd 10th. Wheio
(he loth foils on Silndrty, discounts
At the Meeting of the Frances Wil
lard W. C. T. U.I
A largo and woll attended meet.
Ing of tlu Prances Wlllnrd W. C.
T, V. was held yesterday, nt tho
homo of Mrs. (Sail Hedges. De
votional oxerelses wore conducted
by Mrs, K. O. JcJnnlngs after
whiili n short business session wait
lfejiorts were given by tho dele
gate's to tho state convention re.
ceptly held at Steiibenvllie, A com.
mltico wns appointed to make nr.
inngoiiieiits lor'u program meeting
to be hold nt the I'nlted Brethern
church on tho World's Temparnncc
Dny, the last Sundny in Novem
ber, A business meeting of the union
will bo held nt tlio homo of Mrs.
Evu Plotcher on the third Tuesday
of November. 'I here will be eight
new members added to thq union
at this meeting,
To the Front
Thn great problem in baying
a Piaiw), is lo select an inttrn
ment, the beauty of whir h we
may be justly pro ad, and aho
to rombine with that beauty
all the elements of a boob dur
able Piano, at a price that will
make a purchaser take motict.
In" this connection, we want
to speak a word for ,
The Ulcndellsohn Piano
This is a Piano, hot only of
exceptional btavtj, hut ost of
high worth and sweet v tMM
quklity, at a moderate prie.
It's a Piaaer w aaranNv la
give absolute satlfaclr, ami
one"we want you to s?e.
Try ADMIRAL COPPEE.
G. W. BAKER;
214 WEST CENTER bTREET;
The one urc, safe remedy for lUiar
ttbublcs. I( makes (he hah beautiful
heavy and fluffy. Uso it very (ay
and watch your hair improver.
FREE, a sample bdttle of ED. PINAUD'S HAIR TONIC (enough
(or 3 applications) for 1 0c. to pay postage and packing.
Write today to ED. PINAUD'S American Offices, Ed. Pkiaud BuMfa
New York Cit. Ask your dealei for ED. PINAUD'S HAIR TONIC
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