mw-i- ' ', tvfrvl1,flip-irZri'i1!fi
' , . jl
lN ' .
..i n ir'n n i i J- -' ' "-" I
OF CODHSB ifTsi
Isn't it rather loolish to
allow q house to stnntl
Idle In this city wWn
iheic Is n real scarcity
ol (Jcsiiable placcs.and
renters are watching
Till MIRROR WANT ADS
ro t i i ji MTi-in
? ii.:if wa'Ni i-i-
VVANTEn -A hired man on a diary.
Good wages. F. M. Warner.
WAN'tra) Manager mr omui-ii uuia,
L Ewq wish to locate lirrc in Marlon.
Addresn with references, The Mor
i rlo Wholesale house. Clnrlnnall
f -Olilo. 12J5-101
A .-4 - - '
mHn AND HOYS -Plumbing or Brick
2 haying Trado pay- $G in $S per day;
m . ett
"we teach yon by practical instrue.
J ,tloiia In .1 months; position guaran.
"fetid; frro rata'iogno. Coyno Trade
', School, 1075, Haston Ave., St.
' : V0R SALC
FpR SAhF. My modern borne at 1P.7
S. James nticot. 8 ronins and
bath, liot vator, heat. Fruit,
, chicken house and park, J R0 bbl.
claternj G. I'. Phelps. 11-21-tl
FOR SAhM-HicycIe; almost
viiow sulky uvea, pas stove.
.make, new. Call
new phono 16D8.
FOR RUNT Room over onr store
15x00 feet. Oliln Decorating Co.
' ' A
FOR 'RUNT A nine room house ano
'bath, very centrally located. Ap-
piy at Vair3 Studio, 21S Uast Cen
tcr ntreot. 8-Ue-odtI
JRTORAGB WARUUOUSU AND PACK
?, ING McClaln'a will pack, ship oj
t ispro your ho.vhold goods, quickly,
'. safely, economically. Either phoni
Z ,",38. 7-moiifrlt!
tAUCTIONBHRINO-J. W. Clark
will cry Bales of every dese'lpllon
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
' guaranteed. Your inlerohi jrf my
Inlerest. Office mums Court ..(root.
Uolh phoncn, Marion, Ohio.
Anyone sonillns n nkctrli nnil inscription mar
mildly ascertain "r ipliilon free wlietlivr an
Invimllon I rnlmtily iintMitiftili" rnmminilcn
tlonastrlctljrroiillilontlnl. IIANDDOOK mil -at cuts
emit lri,o..iM'st hrpiiit for m-cnrine mucins
I'Miiiiu takuu liirmii.'li .Miinn & Co. receive
lilal notice, wltlioucclinriro, 111 Ilia
A himlsoniolr lllastralwl weeUlr. Tjirecnt rlr.
culatKni uf anr sclontltlo Jouritul. Terms tl a
rear: four months, ft. tJniatiratl nensiloulcrs.
t Uruncli iirtlso. t23 K BU WnsliliiKlon Ii C.
- I CAN SELL
Your Real Estate or Business
', No Mnttcr Whoro Locatod.
- Properties and liuslness of ail kinds
old quickly for en.ili In all parta
ot. the llnltrd States, llon'i wall.
Wrlto today describing what you havo
to Bell and glvo cash price on eamo
, , IF YOU WANT TO BUY
ny iklnd of RuslTres or Real Instate
mnywhero at any prlco write mo your
I requirements. I can oavo you time
anil money. '
" DAVID V. TAIT,
THE LAND MAN.
11D Kanano Avonuo
- TOPUICA, KANSAS.
Hocking Valley Ry,.
vll sell round trip tickets to all
points in Ceiitrul PassengerAs
Sbciiition Territory at 2 cents
pei; mile in each direction.
Dates of sales Dec. 22-23-2-
25-29-30-3151 1906 and Jan-
uav '1st 1007. Return limit
January 2nd 1907.,
t K A A A
Hi am a amWi 1 .
! Society ilWoMflH's!
I and .. Work I
'J he Ladles' Aid Society of Salem'a
CvniiClkal eliuieh was enlertalned
it tliu paraftnage yealerday afternoon
ly Rov. and Mra. Relnlcke. The
'(ports of the officers of tho paL
ear were read and nhOwed tho, )
lety to be In a very booiI financial
itiutlitlon. Tho members accomplished
niieli through their untlrlni; elTortn
in the pant year.
The followliiB officers were Installed
for the present year: Mrs', .lueiib
Welch, president; Mrs. Catharine
lilblhiK, vice provident!
Zacluuan, secietnry, and Mrn. Ullza.
belli Aekermau, trcasuior.
At (he rluxe of the busliiOBs meet.
Iiik. refreHbmentfi were served and a
Mioit time spent with needlework.
T)n society will bo ontnrtalued next
month by Mrs. Christ Holler at the
residency of Mrs. .lolin Kull, Uast
An Important business meeting of
ho Ladles' Aid Society of tho Ger
man M. U. Church was held at tho
home or Mrs. Catharine Abel, on
Uast Church street, Thursday after
noon. The attendance was quite
The annual reports of the various
officers or tho society were submit,
tod, showing that excellent work had
been accomplished and tho seclely
was lu good llnanclal standing. Af.
ler other business or routine natuie
was tiansacted, officers were elected
for tho coming year, resulting as
rollows: Mrs,. Paulino Rontchler,
president; .Mrs. Gottlieb TrefU, vice
president; Mrs. Augusta Ilueiioko.
secretary; .Mrs. Henry Schweinfiirth,
treasurer. The society voted that tho
officers also assume the duties of the I
At the conclusion of tho business
meeting, a bbelnl hour was enjoyed.
At a reception of hauilsomo .ap
pointments yesterday al'lernoou
Mr. Corev (
l'etLii, -Mam ttvct
soulli, wiii the lio-de.ss
Uny Calvin Stoll. of
New York, was tho lionoied
Mn. SlollK (Iiss Fav l'etlili
. , '
wlio-e iiiariiage was an ewiit of
last summer is popular member
if .the younger set, and more Hum a
'iniiilicil called lo exchange greet-
The parlor were allraclive with
(iianlilics of Clirislmas bells and
Soutlieru sinihtY. Asisling '"nifor-
rally were Mrs. Calvin C. Sloilz,
Mi! Maitba Keiler. "Mr-i. Thoninw
J. Howe. Mrs. James 11. fiulherv
aihl Mis. V. N. lTnrknios.
lu llie dining room lighted can
dles willi crimson shades were used
elfeclixely againt a background of
ip.M'.igus fern. The lea table held
in antique eandlehra witli nipple
rrrcn shades. .Serving were "Miso
Miildivil Christian, Alice L)cuilmugli,
He -ie (iienory and Kditli llodilen.
Mr-. 1'ilward 11. Cowan pinned tho
fa vols, liny ehous of holly red
tulle. ,fO jj
I :isl evening Mrs. l'eltit enler
taifed with a dinner of twelve cov
ers for her daughter and iiie as
sistants of tin afternoon.
The.se weie present from oul-of-I.
v. n. Mis. Chhrles Uull of llills
lioro, Ohio; Mis. Cjiiiiiiil. of New
York Cily, iiri. Thomas J. Rovve
and daugliler of Hiicyrus, iMiss
Carrie limsley of Chicago, 111.?
and Mrs. L. H. Siigarman of l'itts
liurg. Miss Herdine Millisor "Mam street
iiiiilh, eiitertiiiueil (piile informally
last evening witli a dinner honoring
Mis, Swiucfert of Ann Arbor,
I'Yiemls and nii'liliors of Mr.
and Mim. John O'Neill at their for
mer home in Zanesvilie, Ohio, were
ruM-i at the present home of llio
O'Neill's on Silver street last even
ing. Cards and oilier infoi.mal social'
lias' times combined (o make tho oc
casion a thoroughly iplensnril one.
u dainty .spread was served by
Out of town gnosis present were
Mr. and "Mis. Frank O 'Donnelly of
Zanesville and Mrs. "William Jessop
of Frenjout, Ohio.
Miss Minnie Noldhardt, Gieenwood
utreet, North, was tho G. It. C. S.
hostess o? Thursday.
Tho regular business session of tho
club was dispensed with on this oc.
eaion and a purely social evenliiB
enjoycsl by tho luuinlicru. An olah
orato spread of the suit which Is
characteristic of club annals, was a
feature of tho session.
Mlsscu Minnm ni)d Roso Huffman
and Dora Neldhart wore club guests.
"When ct comes to being an ideal
host Mr, It. M, .Sliuto is -in a
class till 'by himself. Last ovening
at liis pleflHimt homo on Uast Cliurc11
stieet, Mr. fjliute entertained a
I'limber of his goutlcu;rii ' friduls
with an old fashioned, ilujili lunch
mill progressiva seven up pjrly.Tlio
Imll was M'l lo rolling promptly lit
ciirlit i 'clock and ill'ttjr a beries oC
inlerest-'inj,' titul lulfy conlejteil
games uM, Jslielils'. hail wfon (lie
lynst games ami was jiwartltHl tlie
Then w.is served a genuine. (Illicit
lunch, complete in every detail. A
piogun of toasts milled greatly lo
I lie il ca sure ol llie occasion.
Thoe wiio extended their pedal
exlreuiities under llie IVstal board
weie: ?. T. Lewis, Wiliinin l'robsl,
James Ibaliy, .lames yinilh, O.
WollcinvebefT Ocorge. ICunpp, .loe
Mutlhevws, Ko.oo Melzgar, L. H.
Mels'cnl, H. If. AVilson, Iftiy "Maiiim
O H. 'Itap, llarrv Hume, "Mar
ilia II neWolfc. K. JC. tTlilcr, (ieo.
I'ppincott, J. (. Anlhnny, J. V.
I'rendcrgaxt, W. 1'-. isroficld, 1-iirl
Lee, Jl. Wltditz, Henry Slone, R."
M. Khulc, K. I;J. (iullieiy and "Mr.
Siigariiinii of l'illshjirg.
Jody Davis Under Arrest on
Piled Ties on B. & 0. Track Near
Mnnsfield, Loses Courage and
Fluga the Train.
Implicating a while man residing
lu this city, tho attempt to wreck jj
11. and O. train near Mansfield suv-
eral days ago and In tho assault and
linid up of I.tiuls Keckiy, which oc.
curred In Mt. Vernon recently, .lody
rvii.ta rt ...! vn..M. ,.r .1.1. Ati
.. n,.rosctb f. , fi.tnnr .,,
wna brought to this city from Mans-
lvivla nut nn illriinllnii In li
.i,.,i, ,.r n ..n.. r m .... n. t ...i
w.it.f.VJ n ,1 ,1111. U) Ll, Uil LIIVJ II. illtll
o. track, and then when a train
caino along, he with true dime novel
heroism rushed out, flagged tho train
and saved tho Uvea of the passeng.
ers. Hut tho doings failed to work
as Is generally the easo with boy ho-
'oes and Jody wns charged with pul-
l,,B lll obstruction on tho track to
wreck the train. He claimed that lie
ani1 :l latiinr dhi tho work for the
purpose of wrecking tho train.. He
also claimed that at the last mliiuto
ho refused to be a party to wrecking
tho train and flagged It, his partner
According to tho story told by the
boy, his partner lived lu this city,
and ho promised tho .Mansfield pollc
thnt ho would show them Iho mnn If
brought to this city.
Ho told tho local police that he
lived In a 1m.ii at the rear of tho
Charles McClaln homo on Reed ave
nue, but denied that .McClaln. who
wa taken bade to tho workhouso
yesterday was mixed up In tho train
weening stunt or the hold up of
Louts Kockiey. Ho told them that
Keckley had been hold up and would
have been robbed only the robbera
were driven away by a pedestrian
who tired nt lliem. Ho also gave a
few details of a bicycle then, lu
which McClaln was Implicated.
The youth railed to give a very
good description of tho man who
was with him on tho occasions men.
Honed or to show him to tho police,
and ho was returned to MaiiBtle'd
this afternoon, whoro ho will bo tried
ror attempting train wrecking.
Oliver Ames, who lives near the
Brewery, was arrested today on a
warrant sworn to by Humano Offic
er J. W. lflsh, charged with keep,
lag lils liorso tied on one or the down
town r.tvets fiiom eight o'vlock In
tho morniiifr to six Wedncuday night.
...ui...i ..,, ... 1 D
iniiuuiii iiiiiviiiing oiiner rood or
water tor tho animal. Ho was fined
?5 and costs by Mayor ScherfT,
Willing to Meet Fred Bartl in 1'hls
Al Akernian has nccepled the
eliallengu of Manager Kd. Viuley
and is willliiig to wie.stln Fred l'nrll
in. this city, in tho near future.
Tho following 'lelier received lo
tlay. iells. the talc;.
Detroit, Midi., U:i-'07
Spoiling Editor Mirivir:
1 .11111 111 recoipl ol challengo fivnn
.111. cmey, iiiiuager 01 I're.t uartt
to meet, ycuir local man in Mnrion.
I win and am willing to wrestlo liim
any I lino behveeu Jnu. 10h nnd
-r.. I.V...I n 1, , -.. ..
Jfth. I am at present at Oeltoit
meeting all comeis at the Avenue
thealer. Will ihavo next eek off.
(his will bo appreciated, I
, . ,', AL. AKERMAN,
THEMAUION DAILY MIRROR FRIDAY,
Daily Market Report
1 1 , t . . , ?''
Enst Uiiffnlo, N. Y., Jan. 4.-Rc-
cclpto r.0. Market active and steady.
Veal calves Receipts COO. Mar
ket active, 25c higher. Tdp veals
D.GO Tj 10.00! fair to gooil 8.7."i ff
9.25; light veals 7 S.C0; heavy
calves 3. CO & C.50.
Sheep 'and lambs Receipts 0,800;
market active at a dime stronger.
Yorkers C.8G; pigs tJ.SC ? C.H5; fow
at 7; heavy and, mixed grades 0.85;
louuglis C.7G CIO; stags '1.C0 fi.
UNION STOCJK YARDS.
Union Stock Yards. Ills., Jan. !.
Cattlo-Receipts 2,500; estimated for
Saturday C00; market steady; ' prlmo
beeves 0,10 7.20; poor to med
ium, 1. 15 fi.bf); stockers and feed,
ers 2.50 l.W"; cowa'ttnd heirors
cajincrs 1.C0 qp 2.00,
fi.io; Toxnns I
Hogs Receipts 17,000; estimated
ror Saturday 15,000; market' Co high
er; llg'.t C.20 0.15; jough 0.15
0.20; mixed 0.35 0vr.0; heavy,
0.15 C.52 1-2; pigs 5,05 0.2.1.
Slice))- Receipts ;!,50(); estimated
for Satnrd'iy, 2.000; market steady;
native sheep "a. 3, 5.75;' western
tilieep, ;:.li) 5.00; nalivo lamlm,
1.00 7.75; western lambs 1.75
Cleveland, O., Jan. !. Hogs-Ship.
monta 1200. Yorkcrn, medluina and
heavies 0.05; best pigs 0.70; stags
and rough 4 0.
Calves Reclpls 100 bead.
Sheep and lambs Reclpta 0. Good
to oxtra lambs 7. CO 7.75.
Cattle Receipts -1.
Pittsburg, Paw Jan. !.
Cliolco Supply light; market steady
0 0.25; prlmo C.OO 5.S5; good
5.25 5.50; tidy butchers -1.05
5.20: fair 1.20 1.00; i-onimon 3.50
1; choice heifers 1.25 ' -(."GO;
common to fair heifers 2.50 !;
bulls 2.50 4; fat 'cows 2, 4:
good fresh 'cowa nud springers ?2."
fCtl; common to. fair $10 $30. (
Whecii mid lambs- -Supply light.
market steady. Wlnfo ' wethers C.OO
5.S5; good mled 5.25 5.50;
fair mixed 1.75 5.20; culls and
common 2 3; lambs 5 S; veal
talvea S.C0 0: heavy and thin
1.G0 5. GO. . ,
IlogF-Recolpls, 20 (loubledccks;
niatket active. M'rlnio heavy 0.00
C.05; other grades 0.75; ropgliR 5
G.'JO; stags 4 4.7G.
iChicago, 'Jan. d..Wiieat-'l-S (Ti)
1-le lower; May wild between 7.")
l-li and 7(1. opening at 7.) 1-2 and
eUis'ng n-t 7ii l-'J bid; July lietween
7."i 1-.S and "." 1-2, opening at 7."
US and ('losing nt 7(-) 1? hid; Xo.
2 led vvinler 72 1-1.
Corn-1-1 ( U2e It-vver; May
wild lietween i:i anil -l.'l .'t-1 opening
at J,'! :t-S and dosing at -H bid;
July lietween -l'l 1-2 and dl 1- S,
1 oeiiing at 14 and dosing at -III 1-2
bid; No. :! yellovv II!) 1-2 (? 40.
O.its-l'-S (,? 1-K. lower; Mav Sold
between :t(i and :tlJ il-S. Opening at
:i(i 1-8 and closing nl .'til bid; July
between ,''.5 urn! :i:i ."i-.S, opening (
X Il-S and eli.iiiig al a:i 1-1; No,
2 wir-tc :i,"i :i-i ami ail i-l.
Toledo. Jan. I. Wheat-Cash and
January 75; .May 78,3.1; July 77 1-1.
Corn Cash and January 13; May
tl 1-4; July 15 1-1.
Oafs -Cash and January 37; May
n8; July 35 3.1.
Ityo-No. 1, os; No. . 00: No. a.
Cloverseed Cash and Januarv 3.'37
1-2; February 8. 15; March 8.50; Ap
ril 8.25; prlmo alslko 7.C5. .
Prime timothy 2.05.
Chicago, Jan. l,Ui;g3-Frcsh
mark 21 23; prlmo firsts 21.
uiiuer i:xira lu
flists 27 20.
Clieeao Twins 13 13 1.1;
Llvo poultry 'furkoya, bona 11;
chicken hens 11; do r.prlng 10 1-2;
ducks 11; jjoeso, jfor dozen, ?5
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
New York, Jan." t.-iVmi n.
celpts 1.(1)2 pacKages; Bialy: near.
by whlto .fane) 31 35; oxtra
mixed 2S; western nnost 27:
20; southern 23 2C.
Clunr Sctn Womnn (in I'lrc.
A man with a lighted cigar boardvd
a Madison avenuo car at Forty-seeoml
htreet In New York city itud throw'
tho stump on the iKior. It rolled un
der tho skirts of a well dressed woninr
sitting near, and n couple of minute 1
later sbo screamed, "Good gracious,
my dress Is (Mire!" Kho kept her wits
and Jumped off Into tho pouring rain,
which put out tho blu'.o In n Jiffy.
Then sho came- back to find tho mnn
m tho case, but In tho excitement lie
had mndo his escapej. ller skirt was
ruined and hdr lmnilfi painfully burned,
but she said sho would forget nil that
, If she coulil get hiihl of tho cigar Idiot
for Just one mhuito.
Tn n state pecuniary ga'n Is not lo bo
considered prosperity,' but, Its prosper
Ity will be fciuud;Iu,rlghteousue3.
JA"N.- i, 34107.
Just for cun.
No man can piny ''liooklo" from tho
school of expci'lonco. '
If Adam nnd Mvo were our first
parents, wLo wns Adam's mothorrlii-
A Borchoad" In Kansas snya. there
nro no women niummlos beclutso a
woman novor vVna known to dry up
nnd ntay qIod.
The outcomo of a deal In nilii(stofik
Is sometimes discouraging,' hilt tho
income to tho mail who hold fila hat
under tho holo In tho Back la always
Tho man who can still lovo a wom
nn after cueing her plclc'licr teeth In
public, nhOuttl seo tho preacher nt
lu slang parlance, ho lu "all
No Just man marries a woman mere
ly bocnitso sho can cook, but no sane
man will grumble about this talent If
ho suddenly discovers It rampant In
her after marriage.
A Kansas mnn hearing of n Mnlno
citizen who had nticccssrully raised a
$2 bill, wroto to Washington ror como
ot tho seed.
Many a man who has assayed IS
karats puro all his llfo will suddenly
bring to tho ndrfaco aii output or
dross that seta this gosaliiy old world
to wagging like tho tonguo ot a Mine.
Grilndy. Thero is so much good In
tho .worst ot us that prognostication
ot character output la always a gam
ble. Recently I passed through Kansas
on n limited train ami from a cursory
glance, at this Garden of Udcn, I 11111
Batlslled that if every farmer In that
state hasn't an automobile it is not
because ho cannot afford one, but
rather because Dobbins and thu phae
ton nro still good enough tor a'cou-J
TO AVOID -MAKING A MISTAKU.
What annoyed old Col. Chowsor so
when ho received that, portrait of him
self and dog waa that tho photogra
pher had forgotten to rub mil bin In
structions to his assistant, which
"Touch ui) tho ,dog (on tho right."
Sometimes wo wonder If Ameri
cans uro so much moio civilized than
other nations. Spain during recent
years has lost only 0110 ruler by as
Rassluatlon danovaa del Castillo.
Russia has lost two czars, Turkey
two sultans, Persia a shah, America
tltroo presidents, llvo other ropubllcs
0110 president each, and Austria,
Servla and Korea havo also BUffurod.
Down to Earth.
Somo girls who look too willowy
nnd fraglln for nny uso nt a society
function can eat their way tliiough
a tenderloin ateak with as much aban
don na a farin-hand In harvest tlmo.
A Philadelphia Jokesmlth tolls or 0110
such In tho rollowlng:
"I lovo tho beautiful In urt nnd na
turo," she iiald. "Tho lnidauniiiicr
sky or'tondcr, Hinlllng bluo, frail way
Bldo tlowors, tho song ot birds, tho
whlBpoilng wind In tho wheat, tho
gurgling streams, tho lowing kino
theso glvo mo lnoffublo Joy. I feast
on nature's loveliness, nnturo, und
irioro, far nioro than food to 1110 la"
"Mary Jane Green!" cried n shrill
video from thp kitchen, "wot fur did
you go an' eat that big plato o' pork
wot wax loft ovor from dinner? I told
yo wo wuz gtiln' to warm It up for
iiippor. I declaro to goodness, -tfrl,
your nppotlto'n cnougli to drivo us
out o' honso nn" hum."'
Tho host thing In this world 13 a
good man. Moillton (Tox.) Kaglq.
Wrong; tho host thing In this world
Is a protty womnn. HnJlotsvlHc
Both wrong; tho host thing In this
world Is a oloar consclsnco. A pretty
woman fs tho iiinstorploco of creative
it'rt. Ozoim (Tox.) JClckor.
All wrong! Hero's tho auawor. Tho
bost thing In tho world Is a good wlfo
and n dear consclout'o! Ho who has
a clear cousclonco Is a good ninn am)
Ho who has a good w)fo lias 11 piotty
0110! Tho married man with a clear
:ouscloncc Is Just about tho best thing
r "JfJSk. VtiSL
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Not only is n medicine 'Valuable for
way in which it affects the system is
M..i... J. f..rniA.i ..tii. 4tn ...;. Ar
system is infected with tho germs of disease ns in Ulicumnlism, Catarrki - , J
Scrofula, Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison, etej ' I
every particle 01 it recuperative strength is needed to assist in elimitJalfiitt . " I
the jioi3ons nnti impurities which are causing tlie trouble. It should not Jx it
dosctl nnd treated with strong mineral mixtures rtnd concoctions that' furtmft Vj,
ndd to the burden, by disagreeably nffcctinrr the bowels, producing indices vt
tion, or eating out the delicate Httljtgs and membranes of the stomach. The Iw
alisolutc vegetable purity of S. S. S.' Jins always been one of the strongesl
points in its favor, and is oite-of tlie principal rca.'ioiis for its being now -Ui
most widely known nnd universally used blood medicine on the markt
It is made entirely of healing, purifying lootM, herbs nnd barks 6f the' for-"
csts and iields. These are selected for their well known curative projicr'tj.qii,
nud nrc known at tlie same time to possess the qualities to build up and
strengthen every part of tno system by their fine tonic cffect.fi Not 6ny,.ty
S. S. S. the king of blood purifiers, but it is the one medicine that may Ikj
taken with absolute safely by young or old. We guarantee? it non-iujut ion.i
nnd offer a reward "?t,oob for proof that it contains a patticte of mfneral, in
nny form. S. S. S. is rti safe and reliable treatment for Rheumatism, Cnlanh, t
Scrofula, Sores nnd Ulcers, Skin Diseases', Contagious Blood Poison, and nny
and all diseases nrising from a poisoned or impure state of the blood.
It goes lo the very bottom of these troubles, removes every trace of disease,
eiiriclie.' and builds up the blood- and permanently cures where niineral
medicines fail. If you are suffering with any form of blood disease write for
our book on Tlie Biood nnd ask for
jio charge for either. TJl SWSft
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BLOWS UP FARMER
Animal l-ats Dyiiciuilc Willi Results Dis
astrous (0 Itself and Its
By tho explosion of a slx-months-old
calf partly tilled with dynamite Juntos
Tntmnn, 11 farmer living twenty-soven
miles southeast of Topeka, Kan., wns
seriously Injured. Tho calf found
three sticks of dynamite- which Tnt
mnn was using to blast n'well nnd nto
Tntmnn saw the calf Just as the last
stick disappeared down Its throat. Ho
win DV.VAnrrK exploded vitii a koaii.
started to drive llie animal away when
the dynamite exploded with a ro.ir
heard at the fiin.ihoiiM' n liifle ntid a
hair iivvay. Tim calf lnuL swallowed n
dy.itamltu cap with thu rest or Its
.Mr. Tellium wns knocked Into the
well by llio conclusion nnd so badly
hurl Internally that he may not recover.
CrlcUtit Slew ll Atitlfnt
Pittsburg Clilnnmon are selling an
nutirnt 1 1 iiit Is said to be the real thing.
It Is the cricket stew. Fleshy women
orMhe steel "Four Hundred" have par
taken of the hrolh,,iiiid It Is claimed
that they now, piefor climbing slnlr.s to
riding In elevators. Recently 11 slant
eyed reitauuuit keeper of Doyepi
ntreot Introduced the cricket stew. Tills
delicacy has been used lu China for
centuries for the reduction of llcsh.
Tho crickets nro pswdered or. washed
and stewed or eaten raw.
I'l-iiiiri! I:i ti SmokcNlnpk.
A lofty steel smokestack two feet lu
dlnmeter was blown from tho roof of
the courthouse af Logausport, 1ml., and
Jacob Simons, u boy, happened to bo
directly under it. Falling In n perpen
dleular position, It sllil over his head
and cut Intj the ground threo feet nnd
kept upright.- Simons wns unconscious
from fight- when' rescued from his
strange prison, but ho sustained no In
juries 'that nro serious. Apparently a
few cuts nro the extent of the harm
Lived I.iiiiit Willi Ilrolceu NccU.
Having lived for months with n
broken neck, Mrs. Annie Klaus died
recently at ber home, 11.18 AVashlngton
nventie, Philadelphia. Mrs. Klaus fell
off n porch In .Tune. Sho was taken
to (he Pennsylvania hospital, where
her death was expected momentarily.
I Doctors said that she continued to live
through sheer will power.' Although
paralyzed from linr waist down, sho
1 marto them, prop her up In bed, nud
there tho mndo clothes for her chil
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W B. CORSETS
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its' nbilitv to cure disease but .th
a very important factor.Wlien tn
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nny medical advice j'ott may desire;
SPEGIFSG CO., ATLANTA, CA,
Wlwt the Prominent
A SHORT, nervous man, holding lu
his hand n paper, cutcied the of
fice of the prominent specialist.
"Ah, good morning, sir. You reluuui
ber me. 1 was. one ot your patleut3.'J
"I,erfcetly,.slr. lie f.cnted."
'I have Just received your bill."
The patient waved the paper excit
"I have come to nsk you for nn ex
planation.. This bill, sir. in four limes
as much nslt ought to be. It'a tvvee
ns much as I can pay." t
Tho groat specialist looked nympn
"Is It possible," Jin mutteied, "that t
have made a .mistake? No. VliatJfl
correct. It's all ulght." "
"Now, sir," exclaimed the other man,
"let 1110 fell you something. I know you
charged high. I know you also went
by appearances. And so, when I eunio
to you, I mndo n point of wenrlng my
oldest nud shabbiest clothes. . 1 did It
on purpose. How, sir, can you. In
' view of this fact, daie to'presout mo
With such a whanging bill?" '
"That's why I did It."
"Why you did It;" , -
Tho great specialist Binlled.
"Certainly, sir," ho replied. '.'I ns
mimed Hint no 0110 but a mlllionnr)
could nnii'il lo wear such poor clothes
ns that." New York Life. ,
One Womnn'M Wisdom.
Mrs. Scribbles I nlvvaya laugh nt
my husband's Jokes as a matter of
Mrs. Dribbles-Self doreusc?
Mrs. Scribbles Y.es; to keep-Jiim
from explaining them to inc. Chicago
The Mystery ,
I" the Nerves
Provisional men, 03 well as laymen,
havo been puzzled over tho mysteries
qf the nervous system, but this much
la ceitaln: Hint nerve forco Is created
from pure, ilcb Jilpod, and, wlTh tho
exception of accidental lnjurlef, dis
eases of tho nerves nttso from a thin,
watery condition of the blond.
On this principle, Dr. A. W.- Chuse's
Nerve ' Pills wero prepared, for this
grenl restorative "actually forms a cer
tain amount of pure, rich blood every
day. Not only is UiIh treatment scienti
fically correct, but tho onormdus success
which it has attained has proven it to
bo unequalled na u euro for all diseases
resulting from , thin, watery blood.
When you cannot sleep well, suffer
from nnrvnus headaches and Indiges
tion, brain fag, Irritability, trembling or
twitching of tlio norven, nnd foci down
hearted or discouraged, turn to Dr. A.
Y. Chase's Nerve Plllu as tho most cer
tain means of icMoitng vitality 10 tho
nervoun nyrtcm, and of avoiding nerv
oiis prostration, paralyBln or some
dreadful fonr) of liclplesncs3. 50 cents
n box, 0 boxes for $2.50, nt all dealers,
or Dr. A. AV. Chaso Medtcino Co., Buf
falo, n. y.
For sale in Marlon, Ohio, by Flock
's Drug Store.
!I0 FRENCH FEMALE
ARirtr, Ciirrun lUmf for RtTrBi.i( ficma,iTio,
HEVH KNOWN TO fAU. hi ftu, HiMt I mm.
Iictluti Uu4rnUTl tr Jlwuur lUfuoJisl, hol trt-iitU
for (1,00 Mr uv. Will wnj itK-moalrUl.tub ifclifur
when rcl evM. Kaitn4 Jrrco. If toqi druraiiL J
Lavu tliuj ftnul jour or Jtr to llie
UNITED MjtDICAL CO,. UGX 74, UrtCAftTCl-i, fA,
Sold in Motion by D, T. Mahney & Son
Strength to Weak Men
Renews Ns rvs forest and Cncrgf.
-l.l utlnilres men ttluinre strong In I
inentftl una norvo f urt'tii mm of ambition, energf- and
pursanal uiagnrtliui i tliu truo tyji oriwrleet inaulood.
To nttain tills tlio'ilrst rciuialta is foot, baUU
PIKI-EU'S HEnviaoR n.'iVfs atrsnf. Calm Nsrtsa,
Curen Ntrvous Dsbiilty, r"illln ustnorr, vital jaa
ncss,lrettratl4ri,McapfcssnsiBalsUirt(uMaadM to nrcrwork..urrr.inoklnir.tjr vicious oablss.
llakcorlcn. i.omlhy uioojanil repairs wjutsa ftT"C
J'lually Kooa fur womun. Itookluttfreo.' "' v'
IT ieo y.oo bos. Bljitor II 00. )otiial(L wHfc at 0u
SAtrs to refund If notsjtirwlor boneflted ' r
rerrca medical association, ciucAca, W. 9. d
nir Sale by Tachanco Brottwra.
SELL THEM AT .S1.00 UPWARD
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