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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR,
MONDAY, DEO, 3l, 1000.
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NEW DISCOVERY
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for Weak', sore lungs, asthma,
bronchitis," hemorrhages
AND Alt
THROAInd LUNG
. DISEASES.
PREVENTS
I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as tho grnjest medicine of
modern times. One bottlo completely cured me of a very bad
cough, which was steadily growing worse under other treatments.
EARL SIIAMBURG, Codell, Eas. ,
Iftm. PRICE DOO AND $I.OO
9 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY C
TSCHANEN BROS-
Some
Satisfaction
when you wanj a tool to know1
jttnt wlir.ro you can find it, and at
tho right prico, wo aim to main
tain our reputation in keeping
ITori will always
our $ priced
consistant with
gOcdn wo noil.
ty of
HABERMAN
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ARDWARE CO.
107 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Pennsylvania
-LBNES
WINTER' TOURIST FARES
Florida and South
lorado and
iwost
HomoseekoiV Exclusions
VAoef NlnMhoct
rVsouth Southwest
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" ana iviixxico
Ask nbotit these exoorlTTriis anil
Interchangeable -rdHenge
Exchange Orders and
Jower' Fares
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HAVEYOU-TJ1E RIGHT TIME
Unless your wntch has
in eighteen months, il can't bo absimrkjv depended upon.
Tiny nnrticlcH.nl' grit, arc hour d loSwirk into tho Aovcmoni. and
I jinlesi Vcmovqd will soryo to grind
II1VU1N.
, Our mollioil ol clonning insures tliornugliiicss. ttiu movemont is
tnkoif jiparr, each jiioco is cleaned hi paralely and when you get your
vatch hack, it's in as good condition as when it loft tho factory.
BQBRSs Jeweler
SOIJTIJ lAJN. . NEAR COUNTY BANK.
dividual attention here.
We exanune polcies free of charge.
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Drink OHCHERADE
I (' f A PRECIOUS BLEEDING OP FRUIT JUICES
rPur0,BefioshinGr,rrivig:orating. Wholesome
mi ouuu ruiiitiiiuiu or in uotnoo
rinnufnctured by fttar FioUllnfr Works.
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PNKLIMdNIA
DID YOU? YLSt 101
Mnrlonites Give to the New Year n
Royal Welcome.
I)nl you Miami Miy oL the various
watch meetings in .Marion last
nighl'? )i you slay up at homo to
welcome in tho Now War mul say
farewell to lliu Old Year? Did you
unite in tho t hr! 1 jut: din oL' noises
Hint ri'.-tounilod throughout, the quiot
city nliout uiidnightif Did you go to.
boil like n- sensible person to be
awakened l'roni ' your sluniboiM
abnrllv before midnight by the
.whistles ami bulls mid fire, works.
Eaiilo sweetly' and go .hack to
sleep? Did you make, your usual
m-ii lAl'ious and sire you still keep
ing them? Those and many nioie
wore I ho questions nkod the people
of Mai ion Indny as with a ipleasanl
"Happy New Year" friends .pass
e.l on the si reel?.
To some of the questions people
answered yes, l others no, It hail
been a meumruhlo night and today
one was glad IbaL he was living,
fur as you left homo for I ho office
to begin tlio first ila of tlio Now
Year one fell the thrill of some
-iniit .niy.slerioiis eliangc. Marion
Mid Mar'uit eoph had indeed giv
en.jlie year 1!)07 a royal welcome.
I Choice
t Feed
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Send uo your
for all
kimlB ofMoad,
ro well
(iuppllcd
prices.
lowest
Ita'er & Rhoads, $
lloth J'liouca N. Stato Btrcot
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KSXVSSSSSNVS
llOl'f
roughly clciwod and oiled with
and ciuNha deliwilely adjusted
oruor
. Well
aiuKncll at
1I1N you think of insurance think of us:
Possibly vc cnnn'cducu your present rate
by removing the existing- hazard.
livery policy reeives carelul and in
FRED W. PETERS,
No. 1 (Oi South "Main Street. '
1 Society IWoman-s
i and f Work I
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Miss Pearl Clioncy, of Mt. Vernon
Avenue, entcrtaliio last evenlnn with
two tables or "GOO." A ilalnt lunch
eon was acrv'o by tlio lioalcsa.
Among tho m'any lolighlful so
cial festivities held in tbq city New
Year's eve, there were none which
affonled more charming hospitality
Mian the 111 nihil Now Year hop giv
'li in lluht'i' hall between the luyii'S
of 8 :.'!() and 12 under tlio nuspiccn
of the Indies Cntholiu llcuevolent
Asjocialion.
The nie'nibeis of the association
ogetlier w,ith a number of invit
ed .guests assembled in the hall at
K',10' oVIoek and enjoyed a pro
'raiii of twenty-tw. danco munbei-s.
rcnilerrd by a three piece- orchestra,
'leaded by Miss N'ina Felkner. The
"oncliiiling nuniiicr ol Hie iirogram
ho "Ih.me iJweel Ilonie." waltz,
was played, as the t.ld year went
out and the now year came in.
' The great success of the affair
was laruelv due lo the efforts of
lihe president, Mrs. "William Kelly.
Mia. 12. .1. Krauss, Charles street,
waa pleasantly surprised Satunlay
evening.
At half after seven Mrs. Kratms
was summoned lo tho front cnlraucn
to flml lirteon of hor frlciuls awaiting
admission. A happy evening followed
Hie complete si rprlso, Mlas Myillo
Krauss contrlhittliiB an Interesting
paper on "A Trip Among tlio Moun.
tain Pea Us" an a feature or tho oc
casion. At tho dellcloun buffet luncheon
which coiifliiiled tho affair, Airs. 15.
T. Matthcivs delivered a Hummi-oiis
addrjss, In which she paid charming
tribute to her hostess and presented
hor with two handsome pieces of hand
dccoiated china on behalf of the aa
somhlod company.
Those present were .Mesdamoi .Man
ahan, Harden, Newby, Ibellng, lilt
tiMirnugh, Archer, Mori Is, Chart,
I'&ox, Uiinael, .Misses Ibellng, Miller,
Carrlo Morris and Marjorle Morris.
A delightful combination of nodal
and business relations was the enter
tainment of the employes of tho C.
WtitMcCluIn company, and the man
agers of the McClalu onl-of.town
credit clothing concerns, Monday and
Monday evening.
Tlio out of town managers present
were Messrs. Sllvey, of Zaneavlllo;
HoherU, Downoy, Cupp and Phillips,
of Colnmbiui; Schuschert of Toledo
and Uaiighman of this city.
A delightful lunch was enjoyed nt
the Commercial club at noon and
the aftornoon .devoted to n business
meeting at which the various phases
of the business as It appeared In the
various cities, was entertainingly dls
rusfd. iMondny ovenlng tho largo staff of
employes of tho McCIaln store and
Hid nut.of-towu managers wcro tak.
en to. tho Majestic hotel, whero an
elabcralo hanqr.el waa rerved. Fol
lowing tho spread the company at
lendml Iho Family theatre.
Tho niombera of tho Conimorchl
Club wolconied tho Now Year with an
enjoable stag banquet anil smoker.
Tho affair wan largely attended.
The Stltchors met regularly at tha
J'omo of Miss .Mao Dowoll, of Chase
street last evening.
Following a short business session
and a dainty sproad tho members
joined In a inlquo New Years Watch.
Tho affair was one of tlio most en.
joyr.')lo ones of club history.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Ault. of Cal
edonia, enlertalned a small company
of guests Monday night., Tho even.
lug wa: passed pleasantly at various
socJ.a diversions.
Mm. II. 0. Toms nicely enter
tained tho members of tho "Lark
ln Soap Club" at her homo In Proa,
peel, .Monday night. Tho evening
was passed pleasantly at games,
music and i.oclal chat. Light refresh,
monts wore ?erved. Tho husbands
of tho niombera wcro honored guesti.
Mlsa Mllllo BlggerstalT entertained
a company numbering twolvo ladlM
at a watch paWy nt hor homo In
Proipoft Monday night. Tho even
ing was spent at music and social
chat,
Tho flromon nf Prospect enjoyed a
b.inquot In the Dromon's apartments
Monday night. After an olaborato
nuppor a program of lonBts wan ren
dered. Tho occasion proved ono of
much social coiiEcquonco.
Air. and Airs. Louis Tron enter
tained at tholr homo one mllo west
of Agosta AInnda night. A company
nuinborlng forty guests woro present.
Tho ovenlng was spout at dancing
and cards. A light luncheon was a
concluding foaturo of ontertnlnmoiit.
AIss Olga Alorganthaler, of oiith
Prospect stroo'ti ontertnlned a few
friends Informally last ovoniiig with
a watch party, , ,
At tho resldenco of tho groom'n
brother and brldo's slslor, Air. and
Mrs. Lemuel Layman, at the comer
of Park and Farming streets, Mr.
Benjamin II. Layman mid Miss Lo
veda Hrady, well known young peo
ple of this city, wcro united In mar-
rlago Tuesday morning at ten o'clock.
Tho ceremony was icrfornied by
Itov. Mr. Barnard, pastor of the
Freo Baptist church lit the presence
of only ti few Immediate relatives
and friends of the contracting par.
ties. Both Mr. and Mrs. Layman
arc well known In this city where tho
groom In employed by tho Marlon
Water Works company. They will
reside at No. 203 1.2 Fast Center
strot, wheroi coxv home hnu been
prepared bjf tlio' gioomr"""
Ono of Iho prettiest wedding
events of the Yuletide season was
celebrated at high noon Tuesday
when Mi-s Miaiulo Jane ltnuh,
daughter )f Mr. and JIm. William
Kaiih of ono mile south of l.alttte,
was un!i!ed in marriage to Mr. Ash
bel Quick Covert of I'orrysvillo, 0.
Tlio Haul) home 71s tho scene of
the event. Promptly at tho appoint
ed hour, the contracting parties at
tended by Miss Dessa Itiitth, sister
of the bride, and Mr. Otis Wolga
inqt, marched lo an nlliji- of palms
and ferns arranged artistically in
the fiont parlor. During the- last
echoes of the .Mendelssohn wedding
march which hail been played by
M:w Mabel Tcl!rf, Kev. Mr. Kohr
spoke the imjinissivii ceremony.
fiiinulialely following (ho eusto
mary Icongralulalionsi (1iu giicsh)
were ushoied t( the dining room
where an elaborate four course wed
ding dinner was served. Covers
were laid fur forty.
The bride, at all times an at
tractive girl, was doubly so upon
this occas'lui Wearing a beautiful
gown of gieen silk voile made over
tafelln silk. She- carried a sho,wer
bouquet of bride's rosesi The brides
maid was gowned in pink silk mull
ove- lustrn silk.
Tho decorations were elaborate.
Holly, wedding bells wilh ferns
and palms iiceil :ti profusion com
prised the lw(i?nli(ns, the white
and green color tjieme piedifninat
iug. " ,T '
.Tlio young popple 'are bolh very
prominent in Iheir respective neigh
borhoods. The bride is ono of (he
most popular young'lnir.ps .f T.alfuo
and possesses a score of friends who
extend cnugraf.ulplVms and best
wishes. The gijj,,m" i a prosperous
young biisine-'.s .',inau of I'errysville
and a man (uVtniu iharnitoi' and
worth.
Mr. .and M'r's. Cov'cr'u lefl Tues
day afternoon for an exteniled
wedding trip in llu Fast after
which they will yy at homo in
I'errysville, Ohio ,
The onlv niii-of.fnwn gnosis jnes
enl were Dr. nnd M"rs. Covert, the
groom's parents, from Perry.sville.
CHURCH PEOPL
TO TAKE CENSUS
Will Mke Thorough House
to House Visitation.
No Influence Will be Used by
Visitors to Express a Prefer.
ence for Any Church.
Tho churches of Marion, both Cath
olic and Protestant, arc showing an
enterprising spirit aa well as tho
good fellowship that exists among
them in tho census that Is lo bo
taken In this city on Thursday of
this week.
Ucsldcnts aro requested to furnish
Information promptly when tho vIh.
Mors call and assist In making tho
record" as complete as liosslblo. Fach
paslor of tho city ban supervision of
a district, and each church Is fur
nishing Its oqullablo proportion of
yUltors. A member' "f any church
will call upon families of his own
and all other ehuMies within his
territory. No Inftiiohco will bo used
by tho visitor to persuade a family
to e.xpross a preference for any par-
ytculnr church, this bolng left en
tirely with the family.
Catholics and members of tho dif
ferent denominations of Piotestautn
nllko will visit bolh Catholic and
Protoslnut homes. It will greatly
asalHt tho visitors If residents will
bo ready Thursday lo' glyn tho Infor
mation as follows:
Nemo of family and street numbor
of Tosldeneo.
Numbor In family.
Numbor under 18 years of ngo.
Number attending church nt least
oiicq a month.
N,iimbor atfendlng Sunday,, School
regularly.
Church preference, , tj
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PETIT AND
GRAND JURIES
Drawn for January Term of
Court.
SESSION WILL CONVENE
i v
In This City on Monday Jan
uary Twenty-First.
Grand Jury will Report on Thnt Date
While the Petit Body is Culhd
for February Fourth.
Aa n matter of Inking lime by (ho
foielock and golf tig the work off
their bunds early, County Clerk
Klinefelter and Sheriff Drown Mon
day evening drew from the jury
wheel the names of the men who
will compose the Grand and Petit
juries for the January term of the
common, pleas court, which opens
tliimviry 21, at Avjliich time tlio
'Iriind jury will report.
The Uraiid .Jury, is as follows!
C. 11. Sutton, Montgomery; J. W.
Frederick, Howling (lieen; Henry
tSchult., Marion; II. ('. Krause,
First Waul: .lames llritton, Big Is
land; Joseph I'angborn, Third Ward
II. II. Ilarkins, Pleasant; William
.Bender, Waldo; I'. P. Rubens,
(Irand; Jacob P.hiich, Third Ward;
S. K. Smith, Fourth Ward; Levi
l-'iant, Bichland; II. I-. Meredith,
fnurlli Ward; Patrick Drake, Sec
ern! Ward; and Patrick Mulleo,
Marion township.
The Pet 'it Jury will not report
until February -1, 011 account of Iho
Mail of Giuseppe fluiffritta, which
is w for January M and will be
tried by a special jury. The regular
petit jury drawn Monday evening is
composed of the following men:
William Taillen, Third Ward;
David Ilinnmcu,, (Irand Prairie; J.
M. Davidson, Third Ward; Thomas
P. Dodd, Montgomery; A. W.
Bryant, First Ward; David Martin,
Maiion; J. AY. Campbell, Mont
gomery, John Croft, CiMridOii; Al
fred Horn, Fourth Ward; J. W.
.Sifiitl, (iicen Onn; Jacob Crock,
Tally; J. U. Johnston, Pleasant;
W. II. Dinger, Walho; llarvev
.Sloll, FVsl Wnr.l; Jacob, flreelc.
Prospect; Michael Yako, Richland;'
Pal rick llanley, Second Ward;
Thomas Cro.wley, .Bowling flreen;
Willinm Seiter, Pleasant and Day
D. Clifton, Montgomery.
Y. M. C. A. NEWS.
Wednesday night, the winter term
of the Y. M. v . A. n:slt school
will open.
fallowing is the schedule of
classes fir ach week of the teiai
WodueNilay night, Mechanical draw
ing; Thursday, electricity and math
ematics; Mtuiday night, vlnmk-kecp-ing
and German. A small electric
light phut has been placed in the
eleclrical room and will bo on ex
hibition fir the class 011 electricity,
Thursday nighL
Tl's.1 big n.moil to bo gVen Sit
.he Y. M. C. A. nuditoriiini tonight
will begin promptly at 8 o'clock.
At that lime every seat in the houso
will he taken for there's going lo
be a big crowd. J. II. Oatuy had
chaige of Iho seat sale for the past
(i'v days and nearly every reserve
seat has been sold. However there
is still a few giyid seats left. F.very
body should remember that it will
be a twen'y pjuoc orchestra wilh a
sixloqii vojeo glee club that will en
tertain them tonight. -
The Pick bowling team defeated
the Olympian crack team in two
games out of three rolled en the
Y. M. C. A. bowling alloys Monday
nighl. Howevor the Olympians and
the best of it in total pins.
Following are the scores. ,
TUF, PICKS.
Hoffman 157, l.rM, l-lfl.
Suller 111, 10,-1, Mil.
II. R11I1I i:t7, 107, 102.
Zojsler 182, 100, 1l.
MoRill 20,",.ir.2, 152. ,
Tolals 82.1, SOS, 780.
OLYMPIANS.
Mason 172. 17.".. 1H1.,
P. Ruhl 110, 1,11), 100.
Waddell 1-10, IfiO, 100. .
McNVal 172. 1711,-170.
Sanfird 1.1(1, 1-10, Ki7.
Tolals 70.1, 70.1, 8.10.
DISCOUNT SALE
At the Kleinmaier Store will Opsn
Wednesdayj
Tho twentieth annual discount salo
of tho Klolnmaler clothing company
will open nt 0;.10 o'clock Wednesday
morning and tho prices on every ploco
of clothing In that big sloro will bo
simply slaughtered. Discounts rang
ing f 10m 10 to no per cent, will bn
glvon and stock never before equaled
In variety ,aL a discount salo. will bo
offered by thU great ono.prleo cloth
ing hntiEo appears In this addition,
and will be of groat Interest, to tho
readers,'
.uL. JvU'i&tJJfci
MAYOR IS
DETERMINED
Second Hand Dealers Must
be Good.
DAILY REPORTS WAN I El)
And Must be Furnished in
the Future.
Charles McLain Bound Over to the
Grnnd Jury Under Bond of $500- -Police
Assignments Made.
Tho mayor and the chief of police
are ready to stir up the second hand
(lenlers again because of the falluro
of several of them to send dally ro.
ports to police headquarters as re
quired by law. According to the
ordinances the iloalora must make a
dally icport of all purchases made
wllli descriptions of the per.sous from
who mthey wore purchased.
When called lo account Rome time
ago, tho dealers sent the reports In
for a time, but have since beduue
negligent and .the poHce bellevo that
In Homo cases a few or the second
hand men havo pnriioely shielded
inun who havo been guilty of poitj
thefts which havo been very num
erous lately. An ntlomrt will be
made, to bring tho store keepers to
time, and If It falls tho penalty of
tho law will be given to all offenders.
Charged with stealing n bicycle be
longing to 15. A. Alanahan, Charles
Melilu was given a hearinr; In (he
mayor's court last night and waiving
examination was bound over to I he
grand Jury, ills bond was fixed at
$200. f
AlcLnln was arrofled yesterday af
ternoon by Officers Bond and Chap,
man, :C his home on Rood avenue.
Ho admitted tho theft of the blcvclo
and nl-o adiujtted being Implicated In
the theft of the bicycle belonging to
Va A. Alerodlth. Before the mayor.
McLnln denied being connected In
either iheft.
Tho bicycle was fourd by the police
In Iho second hand shop of P. F.
Little, on South State street, and
Aicl.nln'fl nrreut followed. The Mer
edith wheel has not yet been re
covered. Chler of Police Cornwoll Inn nn
iirunced tho following police assign.
lnenlH for January: District No. 1,
Single; No. 2. Babroek; No. 3,
Fr..mo:. No. I, Hosteller; No. C,
Cuslo; No. 1; Chapman; days uptown,
Bond nnd West Fud Bell and Ale.
Bonough.
LOCAL UNION MENfl
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS
To Bring Labor Day Cele
bration to This City
Large Meeting Held Mondny Even
ing in the Fahey Hall Reso
lution .Committee Chosen
A large gathering of union men
was held In tho Fahey hall last night
and preliminary arrangements mado
to securo tho Intor-clly Labor ),iy
celebration for this city. Much en.
thiislasm wa.s manifested nt tho meet.
Ing nnd coniinltloe woro appointed to
present tho resolutions of the loml
union moil lo the union men of tho
surrounding cities.
Tho local business men will be
solicited for subscriptions lo make
Iho day a big success, nnd It Is ex
pected that thousands or union men
and their families nnd friends will
nttond from nil over this seel Ion of
Ohio. A fantastic parade will be Iho
foatine of the day If tho plans of tho
Incnl men are carried out.
Air. and Aim II. O. Briggs rolurnod
to their homo In Clnclnnall, today,
after upending a week with Mr. and
Mrs. It. K. Ainann of Fast Center
st reot .
FUNERAL SERVICES
Tho (qnoral of Christian Kull will
bo conducted from the home, eight
miles Miuth of .Marlon, Wednesday
morning at 8 o'clock. Interment
will bo made In Marlon comeloiy.
The funeral services of Mrs. Kllz
aboth Ualchley wcro held this after
noon nt tho lato residence of Iho do.
ceased, corner of Church nnd Stao
sheets, nt 1-31 o'clock. Tlio sormon
wns preached by Uov. I). II, Balloy
of Fpworth AI. 13. Church. Tho 10
malns wero burled In .Marlon cem
etery .
i r-- Kiiiin iw
. 21TcrcIy personal
3!
OF COURSE IT IS
Mn't It rather foolish to
' allow a house to stand
idle in this city wkn
Ihero is a real scarcity
ol desirable places, And
renters are watching
TIIE MIRROR WANT ADS
WITIi "EAGLE-EYES?"
HELP WANTED
WANTnn-A hired man on a diary,
(lood wages. F. At. Warner.
dcc313tUl
WANTICI)-Mnna,',er for branch office,
wo wish to locato hero In Marlon.
Address with references, Tho Mor
ris Wholesalo Louse, Cincinnati.
Ohio. 12.3.H0t
BOY" WANTr.B Cood steady boys
wauled to i-ell tho Saturday Evening
Post. A profit on every copy, ami
evtra cash prices. Apply to Lloyd
Harden, Jll Charles street. It
MIIN AND BOYS-Pluniblng or Brick
laying Tradn pay- $r lo $S per day;
wo tench you by practical Inslruc.
thins in 3 months; position guaran
teed; freo cnlaloguo. Coyne Trado
School, 1075, Kaston Ao., HI,
Loulsl Mo. 12-r..lf
HAVE YOU EXECUTIVE ABILITY?
Men ullli Itie rara. ily lor idling result from nllitra
(ircari)ini:f.nt bill undtrUUmx ate scarce. II vuti
drtlreil, .inrl we will tell yoncf rmiilnytrt wlio ntni
Ittn, linkers, Credit Men, Anilllori, Seiretarics.Treli
....... pir. Tnil will natf frnm fiu tu .oao A vit.
M.iny Kiwi iimlilotis Sir men lulif moucylu Invcit
wlllitliclreerlrei. (llhccsln ucllid.
HAPCCODS (Inc.), Drnln Brokors
... m. .
631, Williamson Bldg., Cleveland,
f20 Park Bldg., Piltaburg.
WORK WANTED
ANY PERSON who wishes to havo
constructed a stone or cement nldo
walk, towers, cellar floors, or col
lais dug, please call II. W. Mann,
2 on Oil Citizens Phono.
11-13-10 (pit
TOR SALC
KOU SALE My modern home at 137
S. .lames ntiect. 8 rooms nnd
bath, hot rt-atcr, heat. Fruit,
chicken houso and park, IfiO bbl.
cistern. C. P. Phelps. 11-il-tf ,
FOR SALE -Bicycle; almost new;
now sulky then, g:m stove, hest,"
make, new. Call now phono 1SUS.
l-1.3lpd
rOW RENT
FOR RENT -Room over our ntoro
C.0H reel. Obis Decorating Co.
l-2il-tf
Ji - --.. 1 '.i-tf,ri;;iiY7Tfi"f'-' r
TOUND
FOUND A bunch of four keys, tied
wilh a leather string. Call at this
office. l-l-3t
LOST
LOST Taken by mistake from Union
dopoif Saturday afternoon, a brown
Kiip with silver tag marked "V.
B. .1." Kinder will receive $10.00
reward for return to W. O. Alln
tihall, Pilgrim Inn, Marlon. Pos
itively no jiuestloiis asked. Books
valuablo to owner only.
f 12-31.2t,'
TRANSFER
WANTED Transfer nml storago work
of all kind. New clean etoro room
at reasonahlo rates. At. L. Paddock,
Oak street. tu&th
AUCTIONEER-.
AUCTIONEERINO-.I. W. Clark
will cry sales of every description
at leasouahln rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Y0111 Interest Is my
Interest. Office rooms, Court street.
Both phonos, Marlon, Ohio.
D-S.lf
FOR SALE
EXCHANGE
1. 08 aero farm, good land
0 room house, bam 10x00, or
chard 75 bearing trees, good
fences. Will trado for Marion
Oity property,
2. Lot worth S500, will
tako S350 cash or will trado
for live seock.
.1. 7 room houso modern,
noar street car lino. You
ought to suit yourself out tho
above.
1. Best bargain in low
prico city property in city VA
squares
church,
$22fi0.
from Prcshytenaii
only $1800.
Chase Real Iistate CO.
Worth
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