Leader Dispatch, August 3, 1909

Leader Dispatch

August 03, 1909

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Issue date: Tuesday, August 3, 1909

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Publication name: Leader Dispatch

Location: Piqua, Ohio

Pages available: 246

Years available: 1909 - 1910

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Leader-Dispatch (Newspaper) - August 3, 1909, Piqua, Ohio TO WQUA DAILY I ttttit TO1. TPH Opera, Movae TO-N16HTI And 9 Night. W.A.PARTELLO The Fartello Stock Company -wrm MISS ALICE KENNEDY And Her Associate Players. TO-NIGHT! "A WAI A Grctt Romantic Comedy Drama of play Wed- nesday and Friday. Prices same as before: Another Big Industry For This City Of Manufacturers of Fire Proof Cabinets Wai LIKELY HOVE HERE Dp to the Capitalists of City to Subscribe Stock in Growing of the moat meet- Ings of business men ever held and one promising of great results, wcs that last evening at chio, it decided to moke every effort to aeoure a big sirty-thooeaud dollar cabinet works for Piqua, to iboost tihe Harvest Festival and to every effort to persuade the Western Ohio railway that it will toe for their own interest as well as for tJJie Interest of the city of Piqua, to make no increase In -passenger fares. More than a half JHrndred of the representative merchants and manu- of Piq-ua, responded to the call of Stanlhope Boal, chairman of 4be. industrial committee of the club, to get together for one more 'boost for Piqua, the metropolis of this sec- tion. It was felt that if this meeting did not produce results, further ef- forts toward concerted action would toe a failure. Tbe ilwsin-ese men re- sponded nobly. Committee Favorable. TIhe iprlnws object of the meeting for the (purpose of hearing the report of A. A. Hall and Geo. gocd work again." i'or or disrr.sod niv.l C'olds, os, I lay Fever, Ixi'lrippp. ,T aciy stands iri- rivnlod. Price -.ind Tri.il 'boitlo free. -n-nil gna.runtfw] oy P. 1. A LOCAL GRATV MARKETS. only the rinds and seeds remained to tell the story of iwfhat had foe-p- j Wheat not less than 58 Ibs. .pend. After tn-e inieloas b-a-d been i Test disposed of the cigars were distribut- ed and a imor-e satisfied company of men would have been difficult to find. Those failed to ibe .'present do not know -what tihey onlssed. CITY N33WS TOLD IN PARAGRAPHS. po-or sup-port. The score in the Castle 'ganne 12 to 2. MODERN HAIB DRESSING Ihlas played ihavoc -with the tresses ol tihe fair sex, and druggists every- where comment on the fact that they are selling large quantities of sage for making tihe old-fashioned "sa.ge sudhi as was used by our grand- mothers for promoting the growth of their hair and restoring its natural color. The demand for this welh Known herb for this ipuripose so great that one manufacturer has taken advantage of the fact, and has placed on the market an ideal containing sulphur, a valuaibU remedy for dandruff and ecalp raaihet and irritatio-ns. This (preparation, which is called Wyeth's Sage and; Sulphur, is sold by all leading drug- gists for 5 0 cents and 1 a bottle, or will be sent direct toy the Wreth Chemical company, 74 Cortlandt St., New York City, upon receipt of rprice. For sale -and recommended A. C.1 Wilson, special agent. loi A little journey on tKe inland seas is the pleasant and economical vacation trip in America. The ever varying scenery of the shore line and the pictureique beauty of the islands add interest and delight to every mile of the trip. All the important ports on the Great Lakes are reached regularly by the excellent service of the D C Lake The ten large steamers of this Fleet have all the qualities of speed, safety and comfort. Every boat is of modern steel construction and is propelled by powerful engines. The Clark Wirelesi Telegraph Service is used aboard. Tickets reading via any rail line between Detroit and Buffalo, Detroit and Cleveland, in either direction, are available for transportation on D C Line Steamers. The D C Lake Lines operate daily trips between Buffalo and Detroit, Cleve- land and Detroit, four trips weeKy between Toledo, Detroit, Mackinac and and two trips weekly between Detroit, Bay City, and ivayportc. A Cleveland to Mackinac special steamer will be operated from June 15lh to September 10th, leaving Cleveland direct for Mackinac stop- ping at Deceit enroute every trip and at Goderich, Ont.'i every other trip. Special daylight trip" between Detroit and Cleveland during July ana August. Send 2 tent stamp for illustrated let and Great Lakes Map. Address: L. G. G. P. A., DcJioit, Mich. p. i MCMILLAN, A. A. SCHANTZ. V. THE CHILDREN LIKC IT KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP Yoa Feel This Way? i you feel all tired out r uo you sometimes think you just can't work away at your profes- sion or trade any longer Do you have