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   Leader-Dispatch (Newspaper) - January 13, 1910, Piqua, Ohio                                tUVMDAY. MMUMT THE PIQUA DAILY LBADEE DI8PATCH. Suggestion for the Automobilist or AN ICY HOT BOTTLE Keeps contents Icy Cold or Boiling Hot from 24 to 72 hours. We have a complete selection of both pints and quarts, also Leather Crises for single and two bottles. Greenaanyer Co. Main and Water Sts. A GAME To Be Played M St. Paris The Grace Methodist Episcopal Team to Go Over Crawford Will Referee. The "Grace Methodist Episcopal flh'Urcb. ibasket :ball team, will go to St. Paris Saturday 'night at to play the strong1 St. Paris school basket ball team. This promises to Tie a splendid game as the teams are evenly matched. St. Paris is iprobaib-ly not as strong as last season and for this game Grace choircli will crippled by .tihe absence of Archer, the Ibig, rushing star forward. Last week the St. Paris boys de- feated the Ideal college team- 42 to S, showing that they can :go some. In the Piqua squad will 'be the fol- lowing players: Strlckling, B. Cooper, Perry, Prince, iFuller, A. Oooiper, iSliairb, Ed. Koehler and Dunn. Dr. Crawford will go along as referee. All dealers sen Regal gas mantles. iMade in Piqua toy home people. BROUGHT Back from Dayton by Humane W. Hubbell Awalt- fpg His Hearing. George W. Hiulbbell, a warrant for the arrest of whom on a non-suipport charge was issued by Mayor Klser, was (brought from 'Bayton, last night 'by (Humane Officer (H. L. -Ro- berts. Late this afternoon Hu'b'bell had not 'been given a hearing. Hu-bbell was arrested yesterday by the Dayton ipolice at the request of the humane officer. (Hub-hell has working in Dayton 'as a plas- terer. Don't Neglect That Otmgh It certainly racks your system and may run into something serious. Al- len's Balsam will tiheek it quickly and permanently. For sale Et all druggists. ROADJAP IVill Soon Be Issued by State Highway Commissioner Wonder. FLOOD Expected from the Miami River WEATHERJJAN WARNS The Public and Peopla Uvlngla Flooded Sections ire Asked to Out. NOINCfl there's Nt lunch tint P. IS. toaTooMtow Ntglf, Piqua -basket ball ibunt'h meets the Covi'ngton liign school five to- morrow evening at the Y. M. A. There's no hunch that Piqua's got a cine-ill on this game. The visitors have shown that they can go some if they do come from a small town. Likewise Piqua has shown need of improvement before she catches the stride and is alble to maintain the pace set in other years by P. H. S. fives. It's going to -be a game worth seeing. Peoiple of Piqua and vicinity; resi- dents of the Miami valley, had better looik out for a sudden rise in the old Miami. Jn addition to the local knowledge of melting of snow, and of incessant rain lor some ihours, tine following message ihas 'been received in Piqua from (tihe chief observer of the weath- er (bureau at Columrous: "H. L. Roberts, "Piqua, O. "Rain will continue through to- night, temperature tonight will not be much lower Uhian last night. Ad- vise interested ip-ensons. "HAYES." This means that the Miami is lia- ble to go on a rampage. 'Local weath- er observers all along tUie river have received similar messages, so that manufacturers or residents of easily flooded districts may foe prepared for a sudden, rise of waters. SORROW Comes to Crawford Home Again Father, Son and Sister Die and Baughter-ia-law Seri- ously III. NEW JORMS Required UnderNew Paine law For Municipal Eoicted Measure to Necessi- tate Urge Expense. 1 The new 'municipal code, Paine bill, is a godsend to printers through- out the state to quite the extent that it has ;been an annoyance and a bug- bear to city solicitors. It as estimat- ed that this -work will amount to thousands of dollars. New letter heads and 'blank forms for all sorts of municipal business will have to be purchased. In some instances the law states of VV'heui your js out of- or- der or run down, your food desn't digest, it fennents in your an-d forms gas -wfaicli oauaes sourness, heartburn, foul breath, .pain at ipit of stomacfe and anany other miserable symptoms. Mi-o-na taiblets will give joyful relief in. five if taken regularly lor t-wo weeks they will turn your llablby, sour, tired out stom-aoh into a sweet, energetic, per- fect working one. You (be very strong and vig- orous if your food only half digests. Yur awpetite will go and nausea, diz- ziness, -biliousness, -nervousness, sick headache and consti-ptaion will follow'. Mi-o-na stomach tablets are small and easy to swallow and are guaran- teed to banish indigestion and -any or all of the above symptoms or mo- ney 'back. cents a large box. Sold by everywhere and toy P. 1. Hedges. 'For constipation there is no rem- edy so satisfying as Booth's cents. MARKET REPORTS. LOCAL GRAIN Corrected Daily Bpcacer 41 Mlfler. Wheat............... Cwn................... .62 Rye -6.5 Oats .42 POIMRT. Corrected Jtallj bj Handy Crtunp. Baying Price Turkeys 9 Chickens................... ..11 .......................11 COULD YOU USE or now to a good ad- vantage? H go come to us, for liave plenty of money to loan, and can let you have Che amount you wish without any trouble. Hard times have been with us for some time, and perhaps you bave several small bills, you would like to get straightened around, and If so now is the time. We lean on household goods, horses and wagons, pianos or oth- er personal property of value without removal. If you need money, and thinking of making a loan, fill out the following blank, cut it out and mail it to us and our agent will 'be In Piqua every Thursday to make loans and -will call on you. Addresi street and urn Want0d 9. Kind of security fom. lane Oeconudon Deutche Kunden werden Deutche behandelt. Ohio Loeui Co. Uoom 211.2J2 Reibold Horn. 3743. Bell 1293 DAYTON. OHIO. the form of these -blanks. One o Geese......................... 8 ordered service shall .be these is puzzling tihe heads of official and has .prompted the suggestion tha a key be appended co the documen by which its meaning can 'be deciph ered. The blank will Ibe as follows the director o by th board of control. Gheclks shall be made to the secretary of the depart ment of iservice and -all shall toe bj order of the service director." Mr. McClay is thus given four title in one short paragraph, i' can be seen that he is to ibe on th job, Mr. Paine has succeeded in mak ing it a 'bit hard to locate him. Foley's Kidney Remdy win cure any ease of kidney or bladder trou- ble that is not (beyond tih.p reach medicine. It invigorates the entire system and strengthens the kidneys so they eliminate the Impurities from the blood. Backache, rheumatism kidney and bladder troubles are al cured by this great medicine. Green amyer Co. I State Highway Coimniission'er J. C. Wonder has in (preparation and shortly issue a complete road of .the state by counties.'. The map '-will show every turn in the roa'd, 'bridge, roalroad -crossing, hill and .general condition in hook form .and can ibe. carried in the Docket of the tonneau, or in 'tihe coat pocket. Tihe funeral of Evans J. Crawford will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at his late nome in Morrow street. Tihe service will be conchrct- d by the Rev. J. W. Kilibourn of the 1. B. church. Burial will ibe in -For- est iHill Sorrow seems to have gathered about this family with unusual se- verity. It has already been told that j is given as the cause a message came shortly before the i of death. death of Mr. Crawford announcing -Dr. Dillon was born and raised in the death of a son in Erie, Pa. Wai- piqua. He was a brother of Miss ter Crawford, another son, had Susan Dillon of Wood street, this MESSAGE Announces Deatb of Dr. Dillon Dayton Physician Passes Away- Body to be Brought Here for Burial. 'Relatives here have been informed of the sudden death of Dr. Thomas Dillon in Dayton, last eveninc Fluttering Hearts "I have had heart trouble for 40 years; after taking- 18 bottles of Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy I am en- tirely cured, and to-day I do not feel thr slightest effect of heart trouble." DAVID FRAZ1ER, State Soldiers Home, Erie. Co., Ohio. Fluttering indicates a of the nerves and muscles of th'c heart. Like palpitation, shortness oi breath, pain in side and shoulder, it is frequently folloxved by the worst form of heart disease: therefore it should not be neglected. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy is a most reliable heart medicine. It strengthens and regulates the heart action, stimulates the digestive or- gans, and increases -the circulation. The first bcttle wiM benefit; if not, your drugflist will return your money. scarcely left to attend his 'brother's funeral in Erie when a message came for him announcing his wife is ser- iously ill in Cleveland and calling him.to her (bedside :at once. Later a second message came hear- i'ng the tidings of the death of a half sister of E. J. Crawford in Williams- burg, O. SIMILARITY la Names Responsible for Rumor of Death of "Doc" Dlilings in Dayton. A rumor was in 'Circulation last evening and todoy -to the effect that Frank C. Dillings, formerly of Piqua, but .now living in Troy, had died suddenly in Dayton. 'Investi- gation .proved this to be an error. A confusion had arisen rrom the simil- arity of Dillings' name to that of Dr. Thomas Dilloij, who died in Dayton and whose (body will he 'brought here for iburial. city. His age was 52 years and 5 months. !He is survived 'by his widaw and two bro'theiis and a sister. Mrs. Laura Alexander and Mrs. Will Shaf- fer of Piqua, are ueices. Dr. Dillon had ihis 'profession in Day- ton eighteen years. The funeral will he held in Day- ton toifflorixnv morning. After the service the hody will ibe 'brought to Piqua for 'burial, arriving on the a. TO. train. It will be taken to Forest 'Hill cemetery 'where it will be laid to rest. An opportunity will be given the friends to view the re- mains in the waiting room at the cem- etery. BASKET BALL Piqua Hi vs Covington Hi Friday, Jan. 14 Y. M. C. A. Gymnasium 8 O'clock ADMISSION 25c A AVretohed Mislako to endure itching, painful dis- tress of Piles. There's no need to. Listen: 'M suffered much from writes Will A. Mardi of Siler City, N. C'., "til 1 got a 'box of Buck- len's Arnica Salve, and was soon cured." Burns, Boils, Ulcers, Fever; Sores, Eczema, Cuts, Champed Hands, Chiblains, vanish before it 25c at P. I. Hedges. A Rev. J. W. Williams Testifies. Rev. J. W. Williams, Huntington, W. Va., writes us as follows: "This is to certify that T used Foley's Kid- ney Remedy for nervous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am free to say that Foley's Kidney Remedy will Old cooks...................... 6 Old toms................... .-..12 Corrected Dally by W. Ely. Foreign show wheat higher, corn higher. Duduth reports 74 wheat-today, 53 week 40 year ago. Minneaipolis reports 30.6 today, 241 week ago, -193 year ago. Chicago reports 20 -wheat, 244 -corn, 9 oats. Wheat is unchanged higher, cron higher. Oats higher as compared' with previous .May wheat opened closed 11314. May oorn opened 70, closed May oats opened 49, closed July wheat opened -closed corn o-pened 'dosed 69% July oats o-pened 45 closed 45 East Buffalo, N. Export cattle, ?6 16 6 75; choice shipping steers, 55 50@ 6 00; butcher cattle, ?5: 50 50: heifers, '75; fat cows, 25; bulls, ?3 00; milkers and springers, S25 00. 00. Sheep and sheep, 50 @C 00; wethers, S6 00 6 40; 55 75; lambs, S5; yearlings, ?7 50. Hogs Heavies, SS S5; mediums. SO; Yorkers. 5S 70@ S SO; plgrs, 70; roughs, 25; stags, S7 50. Chicsfio Cattle: Beeves, 85; i cows and heifers, ?2 50: r.-estern i 10: stockers and feeders, 10. 75. Sheep and sheep. 00; western, 10: native lambs, 25 S5; western, SO; yearlings, 10. 45: mixed. JS 45: heavy, CO; rough, SS 15 @S 35; pig's, ?7 10. 2 red, 25 @1 27. Corn- No. white, 2, Pittsburg, Choice, 7 00: prime, JO 70: tidy butchers, 50; heifers, 50; cows, bulls and stags, 50; fresh cows, 00. ?6 50. Sheep and wethers, ?5 SO 3 00; grood mixed. 75: lambs, 75: yearlings, 50. Hogs- Prime heavy hogs. SO: mediums, SS 75: heavy Yorkers. 75: light Yorkers and pigs. 65. Cleveland, Prime dry-fed cattle. 50: fat steers, 56 25; heifers. 50; cows, 00; bulls. S3 00: milkers and springers, 00. 25 down. Sheep d.nd Lambs Mixed sheep, 50; ewea. 50; lambs, 65. SS 65; mediums, 60; Yorkers, CO: pigs, 60; roughs, 90; stags, 25 @7 50. Cincinnati Wheat: No. red, 29 @1 2 mixed, 2 mixed. 2. 55. Bulk J12 25. 00. 75 @5 65. 65. Boston Wool: Ohio XX. 37c; No. 1 washed, fine unwashed. rr-blood combing, %-blood cotnb- delaine washed. delaine unwashed. 32c; Kentucky and In- diana %-blood, 43c: %-blood. Toledo, 27: corn. 69c; oats. 50c; rye, 81 Vic; cloverseed, DoYouWdDtPfiBtifli? If so, why not get it from VAUGHAN, THE PRINTER. ,1 guarantee to save you 3O per cent, on all orders. I use the best of stock and give first-class work. Try me on your next order. I guarantee you as clean up-to-date work as any printing house in Miamn couu- (y. Home phone 4617. 722 N. Main Street. TWO >D3X ARE RESCUED. Special, to -the 'Leader-Dispatch. Marshfield, Ore., Jan. men out of thirty-one on the steamer Czarina witicih was 'wrecked on Coos Bar have been reached. The others are believed to have Ibeen lest. Simple Remedy for LaGrippe. LfaGrippe cougihs are dangerous, as tihey frequently develop into pneu- monia. Foley's Honey and Tar not O'nly steps the cough, but heals and strengthens the so that no se- rious results need foe feared. The enuiae Poley's Honey and Tar con- tains no harmful drugs and is in a yellow" package. Greenamyer Co; F FOR two seated Union. City make. 'A 1 condition, slightly used. Will sell for less than half price. A. S. Bowersox, Lock- ington, .ootii iptoones. I2t3 FOR offer at private tihe stock and fixtures, either whole or ni part, used by K. Alsmeyer in his business ot 104 N. Main fit. Call at my office, 312 N. Wayne. W. H. Armstrong, Assignee. I2t3 FOR house of six rooms and 5 0 foot lot on Washington avenue. House wired for electric light, well, cistern and city waiter. Apply at 632 west Water St. lOti FOR 'building lot at corner of Nicklin avenue and Ann street. Address Frank Slon- kosky, Sidney, Ohio. 2Stl3 FOR porch 6x10 in falf condition, complete with roof, No. 9011 west Greene street or tele- iimns, etc., for 2to Call it phone No. 240. gtf FOR going to leavt city and will sell my Ibxxree, and 'harness. Horse is 5 years old, ands high, "brigbt bay, BtyUsii double gaiter, lots of ftpeed.not afraid o-f anytiiing around. A bargain can DC seen at E. J. Granger's, 244 E. Main St., or phone Home 271. J. F. G-ar- Decltt WANTED, do all that you claim for it." amyer Co. Green- GOSPEL MEETINGS Continuing Under the Rev. E. 6. Kemm, with Great Power. Saved at Death's Door. The door of death seemed ready o open for Murray W. Ayers of Transit Bridge, X. Y., when his life was wonderfuly saved. "I was in a dreadful he writes, "my skin was almost yellow: eyes sunken; tongue coated; emaciated fro-m los- in-g 40 pounds, growing weaker daily. Virulent liver trouble pulling me down to death in spite of doctors. Then that matchless tric me. I re-gaine'd the 40 pounds lost and now am well and strong." For.all stomach, liver and kidney troubles they're supreme. 50c at P. I. Hedges. A FLORIDA LANDS FOB SALE. ACRES OF FLOKIDA SUSfSHEVE will yield you more in dollars and 'cents than one hundred acres of ice and sleet, and think of the difference; in the fuel -bill and the comforts of living. What's the use of fighting and fretting- and freezing Write today for convincing information, bank and other endorsements of this money-making opportunity in Florida. Addtress Tamipa Bay Land Company, Tampa, Florida. 7t6 exchange ten horse power gas engine, for 10 horse power Address Gas, oare -Leader- IDE you want to toll your property? If to cmll Home phone 1142. 26tt FOB RENT. FOR rooms with all modern conveniences. Prices very reasonable, 121 east High. 12t3 'FOR furnished roomi with light, heat and 'bath. Call at 226 Wood street. I2t6 FOR -central loca- ition, 'bath, gas and electric light. 'Board u.p. 200 E. High St. Ilt3 FOR room, light, heat and modern conveniences. Disipatc'h. 13t6 W hand 10 h. p. motor. Box SOS, Piqua, Ohio. I3t6 middle aged man of good character, a iplace on farm or any kind of work. I am experienced. Address R. !M.t C'are Leader-Dispatch. Ilt3 Sul-table for two gentlemen. Call at 419 Harrison street. 29tf LOST. fob, 'black ribhon, locket charm, raised red "E." Find- er leave at this office and receive re- ward. llr.3 afternoon, lady's gold watcfo (bearing the ini- tials of E. .M. The parties will save trouble by returning same to Mrs. E. Mead, 213 S. Main St. llt-3 girl to do general housework, "big wages to one who is competent. Address Girl, care Lead- er-Dispatch. FOR rooms furnished, comiplete for housekeeping on Main SL, ground floor. Two squares from traction station. No- children. See Huntzinger, the photographer. Ilt3 pattern maker and wood worker, steady employment, the Philip Smith aifg. Co.. Sidney, 0. 1115 MEN WANTED QUICKLY by big Chicago mall order house to distri- AUGUST HIRT Cleaning, Pressing and repairing men's and ladies suite. Above D. and T. Traction office, Corner Ash and Main. 17tf John V. Daganliardt 6 Notary Legal matters given prompt attention Office over Wilson's Drug Store. Main Street, AGENTS WANTE11. 'Poached a po- Any ladies' cent in our store sold up to for at 3Iesrall Sale. FOR 1 00 acres of fine land. Well tyled, levol, every foot tilable. Xo o.pen ditohea or washes. Ordi- nary house, and new to.ba.cco shed. One-half mile from school on fine pike, 2% miles from Pinna, per acre. A bargain. By 13U ETXM3ICE JOHXSON. E' B' K1cmm riul sermon last He said -while t.he -miraolea per- formed by Christ when on earth of turning water to wine, of healing the sick and oven raising the dead were wonderful, still saving of a soul was greater in the eye of (Jod. Tho attendance wns good at the meeting taking into fomsideration the inolo.mcTvey of the weathor. Services this evening at. and every evening 'this wcelc. We urge nil to co-mo and toy your presence hold u.p the hands of Rev, Kcmm souls. his .great, work in saving W. R .ELY ...324 ORR-FLESHBLOCK... Grain and Stock Broker and Stock -------FOR CASH ONLY------- 5 CENT OICAE. -nonest men and women to know that they can clothe themselves with the latest wearing apparel for a week. Special in- ducements for the holidays. Michel- son Bros., 211 N. phone. Main St. Home DeclStSO girls, 'bright, am- bitious hoys and girls to work for us during spare moments. Pleasant, profitable work. No money re- quired. Liiler Company, Indianapo- lis. 18125 hustler Special Accident Policy. to handle Soils for 1 per year. The Commercial Registry Company, Columbus, 6t6 FOR SALE. FOR second hand run- about, very cheap. One second hand park wagon, if sold this week. Both in good repair. Curtis Red.) 3016 FLAN YOUR HOME Or tihat building now, and ibe ready for spring work. I you money in building. F.BOWDLE, Archltac Room 72 Yonns Block. REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY "Hade a Well Man of Me." produces flnc in 30 it acts powerfully and Quickly. Curos -when others fail. Young men can regain their lost manhood, and old men may recover their youthful vigor by KKVIVO. It quickly and quietly re- moves Nervousness, Lost Vitality, Sexual Weakness such as Lost Poxvor, FaiHnp Memory, Wasting Diseases, and effects or self-abuse or excess and indiscretion, which unfits one for study, business or ir.arriafro. It not only cures starting at the, seat of disease, but isaereat nerve toiiio blood back tho glow to imlo ro- storlnK the lire of yotlth. It wards off ap- proach Inu disease. Insist on having BBVIVO, no other. Tt can be carried in vost pocket. By mail, 9UOO per packaRc, or six for Wo Rive froo advice aod coMnsel to all who wlah it, with fiintrAntnc. Circulars free. Address ROYAL MEDICINE Nk   

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