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NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
a. k. runny, Lease mid Mr-.
THE GIRL &
Direction of David Belasco
Price 2Gc, GOc, 7fic, SI, SI. CO.
? Overtakes the Ship Subsidy
Force Which is With
out' Definite Plans "
(AVn&iiiiiptoii, Fell. .'J?. -Tho slii.i
'. r,.'i.,'i'.t.. 't-n,.'.,., ..,,. ,li,ni.i,l nil I
zs,i::;;i at the'iui ;c'i
tho'r la.st week of iaee. L'nloiS
tjiey can paSr, Uieir lil'.l ii.t tit's se?-
( i-k'tl HiPio will lio no oppotliinity
fot' llieni until the uc?:t iPH'siilcnlhil
elpclion Inn onip sinil Kn ntt
licrij .frdlnwcil by a pttloincnl ol
', 'Tf .Monday and Tivsdny )iasi
without their hill i)as-in' ils chiiii-
eoi for Mu'cOs-f in the linal scram-,
ble over legislation aio si;lit. Ye I
li'3l, u';lil (toiilder, tliovcnor, AVal
sOii iinii I he subsidy ippoplo have, no
- piosnin, no num. tiiov nie no
longer W V1' vn,'', on wIli''1 ,,u'.v
have counted 'and they find the
speakef' nsain Inrniiij,' n"c(dd should
pr toward tliolr mea'siiie.
f '" VTr''lJurfJiii' i Iviiih: in wall 'for
tlieir h'll, icady In jininrc iiiioii
Willi all i foice. Thev wtinl to
.spiinj- il, tomorrow thilo' ho ih still
lied'up in confeienco on the liver
and hai bur b II, if Ihoy can. Hnl
Ihcy hno unl oen n ached a dee.
sion on thai.
ALL THIS WEEK
And her den of performing
, ' . Bean.
Siijftinff and Too Dancing .
HEATH & WALSH
Up-tO'dato S'nglng Act
Ladies' Ohinawaro Souvenir
jMatinco Tuesday and Tlutrs
I. tAiaaioure Friday night .
DOH't NEGLECT to lojk up tho waiter as to your spring wall pa
per nocilo. Select your wall paper now, and by nil means tioo our now
fcaniples before inakins your purclnscs, Paper baugo.s right at'your
corvico now. '
ioda cracker of
reiaily true it
soda cracker clentlficilly
soda cracker effectually
soda cracker ever fresh,
T-tn-A nml kIhaii
HALF CENTURY OLD
YET EVER NEW
Camille Pleased a Fair Sized
Virginia Harced Proves Hcreslf
an Actress of no Mean
Virginia Ilurnct, In t lia li.iir.ccn-
Imy old hut usomlngly Imiiioitiil
play or "Cumlllo," nppenred hofora ft
f.lr nlul iiuilicnco nt tlio (Irimd
Sntunhy iiIrIiI. .Local tlicntro Kours
wpio rIvpii a tronl, never dhcoutitrd
b." any nilor or nr-trcw npiiirirliiK
lino, an I her marvelous prnilubtlon
wnq Rro.tlly npprecfntcil.
.UiU Hnnied, who. hy Iho way, Ih
Hip wlfn or n. H. Sol hem. was sup
pot toil hy an espoclally stioiif; com.
ptniy, Cimlllo Is her fnvorltp clinr
ndcr, and " Inlo It she iioiir.s lier
Whole until. Mhs HnniPil dlselo.sPH
III lipr wonderful ncflnj; thaL she him
di'votPd iniieii tlnui to the ntndy of
(lip rliaiMOler, C.uiiIIIp. whoso sjilr.
ittidl iPilemptlon, 'through KclNsaerl.
flop, slio makes more clear anil ap
pealing than any nctrcsH' slnco Iho,
play was orlRlually pnduced In V.ulrt
uMIai Ilarnoil'fl crslnn or Hip play
Ji, (llllorotil rrom, tho usuatly acted
flrransnmont and s'uo raises ' IIIp
eliaraeter to a higher slandard. Wll.
Ham Couilpiiay. In Hie IcikIIiik malt
pail, Arinnuil Duval, was kcoiuIiikI
-! ! ?-"-
Hit actlni; could not ho too fnvorahly
eilllclsetl. , ,
WHERE THK HIPPOS DATH6,
South African Lake for Which
easts Have ,a Llklntj.
A few' miles funn Mtiholcya wo catiid
lo Klkuiomto, a elicular lako, ouuo u
eraler. aliinil half a mllu wliltv wiltef
u eoiieHjiondeiil of Iho Westmlnslot
(liuetl( fioni I'Kaiula. 'I'ho water Is
Hlifthtly call and IK ineatly appieelated
hv I lie liltinnM. who ii mi liern In l.HL'i
paillen Horn Lake flulnamlm lo halhe
i no uiKii in snaiiow ior u tew yains
only and then decpenx uipldly, so the
hlppo.i, who do not like deep, water,
nover ko veiy far from tho sho'ie.
On a htlll day it is an aimuiliiK pas
I i mo to sit hy Iho lake anil watch the
Krcal hr.iten enJoyluK thenisolves
I'01' ,l "Wienl iiothliiB Is In he seen
f "l,'ll """''fHy n-Bemo or inoie or liui:e
heatU hurst throiish the water with
loud siioiis and Riiulitliu; Jels of watet
IhioiiKh their nostills; they slait
nroiiiid -with (heir tifily .little p(-llU
eyes, yawn piodlRlously, hIiowIiik a
feailul auay of lusWand a caveinoii!
thio.u. thcr sink with a satlsllp'd sur
Bio holow tho suifaco, to lopeut the
priroiinnncQ a uilniito or two urtcr
waul Hornet lines one stands almost up
iluht tu (ho water; tlicu lie uillr ovei
llh a sotiiiilliii uplash, hIio'Iuk' a
hioad op.uiRo or hack llko u Iiiikc
poi poise. Or a loo voutureaomo youim
haehelor nppioaehes a select cliclf
or voleianii, who luseul his Intrusion
and ililvf htm away wllli iimis anil
Kiiinls. ThPio Is soino'liliiK lireslsll
lily fiimccsllvo ol li'iiuniilly about
tholi ungainly gninliola, Only lialhliiH
niiii'liliics aio wauleii to cpmtdeto Hit
WhlnliiK la a poor Investment for a
ouni man to ninke. It never pays
illvldoml'i. Tho iiPruon who sits hac!
nnd coniplalnn beer.nso thlnaa areu't
(tlfi'orent makes little pioeress. The
man who makes tho heat and the most
of hla sinroiindlnsj and Ucers hU na.
turo Phoery la the one who Is the most
- 4.llkc;ly to move up ind to Kit ahead
Lima lias Hopes of Her Pray
er Being Answered.
OFFICERS OF THE LEAGUE
Will Visit the City and Talk
it All Over.
Lima was u GooJ Town in the
Defunct Interstate League and 1
looked Upon with Favor
Lima O., Poll. 23. -Pahs havo
h'laht hopes that this city may yet
find a hctth In the Ohlo.Pcnnsyl.
van la league. Advices iccclcd here
state that President Mm ton and
Younffjtawn mnKiiates will he hem
this v.'ppU to look over the sltin
tloii. Thniich the nromscd evtonslon to
a in-elnb circuit was1 ahamhnel hy
the O..P. inaitimcis, and tuo appll.
cat Ion or Ilrlp. Ia.. turned down, It
1 learned that the YoiiiiKstoun frail
Phbo has not ct been dellnllely
fl.setl The sale of the franchise to
'nucsvlllo was not sanctioned, anJ
ycl tho leaBiio Is not anvlous to ie
tain the town, n3 It fallc I, It Is
said, to icall-e In attendance.
Sandusky Is only hair the popula.
Hon or Lima, and II has never been
fitrlouftly considered. The (piesllon
now arises over tho tiansrer of Hip
YouiiRStown rianehle to soino cod
paylnj; town. Lima j;avo good sup.
poll to tho" ill-rated lulerstate
le.iKiio last season. Sunday ciowds
apiaupd 2.100 durlni; the lutoi ftlnt
Thoro Is lltllo oppoilunlty to form
a Inpnl pompany, owIiir to past lall
tues In hush leagues, hut If team
owners put tu tho club, tiicio Is lltllo
qtinstlou that tho crowds will he
tneip and Hip money In Hip box of.
Fianlc Manralh, of Now.uk, anil
Pirsldeut Morton or the O..T'.
leaRiie will ho hote this week to
U ok over tho Hold.
Sharon. Pa., Pcb. 2.".-Shnion has
ono or the bps pltehliij'"'itaff.T ph.
Based In tho Ohio and Pennsylvania
leaKiie, ueeordliii to the local dlrocl-
ots. Ciinliacls havo iipcii ipcpIvpi!
from Hunt, last jwir with PI.
Wnyno in tio Central leaKiie; Slavic
la?t season 'with St. Paul in the
American association; .Malarlcy with
the Trlslato leacuo last season;
MuhWvnpy, who will train in tho
souln with the Pltlsburg Natloualsr
lilnssburner. ' formerly with nuffnlo;
Michaels of Klyria; Khfolt, formerly
with Hlyri.i; .Mock o,f last yrar'3
team and W. A. Lttdprllz of Mays
Lain!lii(r. N. J. Mudowney Is a
bit, follow wllli n.s mush speed as
Wflibloll. Ho U a llttlo wild, lint wilt
oercomo thai fault. MeAletjr, of
tho St. Louis lirowns, wants Mul-
ilownny mil ManaRor Clark of Pltlri.
liurg, ma al?-) imrcliaso his reloaso
fmm Sharon. He is a tin worker
by Irado. Sliiuoii has a good In.
tklil with Kelly, Clevpr, jreMffoity,
KHiib inanaRcr), Patterson and
Nfi'-lo., iho lalter of nufTalo. in
Hip outllohl will ho Aaron Kerr,
"Ilnho" Sellers and Jlhsell. nie
Tom News, firmorly with tho Trl-
slalo, has been sinned to patch for
Sharon H.ls nea'on. Thoro aio two.
other catelioiN iiuilor cnulrael. Al-
loRethpr Shnton has twenty five
mnii on tho sIiIiik.
$100 He ward $100
Tho readois of thN paper will ho
pleased lo learn that thoro Is at
leant ono drcadod disease that scl
enco has been aldo to cure In all Its
stages, and that Is Catarrh. Noll's
Catarrh Ouro Is tho only posltlvo
cuio now knoi-n ti Hio medical fra
ternity. Catarrh bolng n const!,
tutloiml (llcasc,,rpulres a constitu
tional Mlseaso, requires a constitu
tional treatment. Hall's " Catairh
Cuio Is tnkon Internally, nctfn ill.
i-eclly iiKiu tho liloud and inucoii
surfaces of tho rjRlem, thereby tic.
5troying tho foundation nt tho dis
ease, and Riving tho patient sticngth
oy building up dm eoiir.tlliitloii nnd
iBsIlfug nature In doing its work.
Tho proprietors iinve so much faith
In Ha Ptiratlvo powers that thoy of
fer Ono IliindiPd Dollars for any
caso that It falls to cine. Send for
list of testimonials.
Address 1 J, Obenoy & Co.,
Bold hy nil DniffglntB, 75o.
Tnlto Hall's Family Pills for con.
"Tho oilier day, nj tho Cafe N'eapoll
tan, n favoilto , haunt. i Journalism
and mou or IctWmir Fi euuh and foi
elRii, saya a P.ula coireapondont, "I
sathestdu tluco tduilsts an Austilau.
a Uulgarlau 'Imd nn Italianwho,
iKiioiat of ouo nnothor'n untlvo
toiigue, talked in nspcronln. To me
It was a lovclatlon, In tho octiso that
heniliiR or seolmj n thing Is .so much
nioro coilclunlvn and Impiesslvo tbhn
reading about It.'
V T!..1' I 'i , r, , ,1 1 , '. .. -
( L'lMLlMIWlt 11 ' if ' MM iilatr Mm 1 tM ItlTi'WI
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A bannbV bill will be present ed
at Hip Marlon Mindly Thcalro lli'o
week. , TJu' feat lire ierforninnco
will lm! Madam t"Ymnu mid her den
(ifi iiPrj'o'rmti bears. liypryboily
Hvpsr to j Witney j-ood 70oltpflal
ndtifig nfid tbU number should iiinlto
Tile li'h tnnily will jje nnother
fimture'rtf'Kft'al ineiit ih will also
Heath and Walsh in an np-to-dato
Kiii-riil-r'riVd dniu'ln-- act. J-'loience
Wardell, a tt'o daticer of no mean
abililyw'Ulj th'lighl Iho attdienco.
The -Mlusfralcd snn- and nioviii?
pictures, will he evceptionnly fine
and the bil will undoubtedly jit
(incl masnvh audiences through
out Iho entile Meek,
Tho boy "and girl holding lucky
Humbert 'at' tho school oli'Mron'.-'
piie mufiiicn Saturday wero Praii.
(is .MeCVj.len, Ko. !)0, drnwinp; a
beautiful,' t old bracelet and Flora
l)eYeoe, Ko. ft I, drnwim- a
HORSE .WENT TO CHUROH.
Instinct Batte Him Respond to Call c j
IT. U. Sirlth or Moutorey, Cal ban
n lemaikablo bay horse, SIiikrIiis,
which appeal rt to haVe moro rollgloua
illKtIlirl IllhA tlio llVllni'Mv nr imlnmlu
Tho hoiso'Hafi beon used by Mr. Smith '
tor th6 last 2r.'years to diaw tho rami-
ly to tho vhlaRiv church. In tho last'
20 ye.ais them have boon only two
Huuuays on wnipti .MugKlin didn't
have to carry- somn member of tho
family to church. Tho second ncen
nlon waH a few Huitilays ago. A year
ngo the hoisoi wim tinned Into tho
yard ror a llttlo Sunday loeroatlon and
nothing mm'ii was thought or Muggins
until Iho Tar distant loll of tho church
bell mviis heard. Then the hoi so
pilekod up,hs eais, mid reallzltig that
ho was late, ntuiiPd on at a qulclt
Iiaco for tho church. Ho wont directly
under the. shed mid took his uccur-i
tonu'd place, whojeho remained until
It was tlmo.to go homo. i
A couplo ,ot,weel(n ago Hie horse
mailo his second nppcaranco at tho
chinch aloncv'S'Mr. Smith Jiad placed
Muggins In a1 stall and had left tho
stable door-' slightly ajar, The old
boll tolled exceptionally loud nnd long,
nnd Miiffgtnji could not resist tho call.
In ftomo manncVuo slipped his haltet
and made Highway fioin tho stable
to tho churcn W'liore he- remained
until the serVlpe' was over. The par
ton patted the horse affectionately as
bo trotted up lo'tho door, and then
be started pi blajioniew.ml Journey.
DID NOT BEL'lEVE STORY.
Tale of Old Testament Too Much Pot
I Mm .
"When I wanlfa youth In Zanes
vllle," said 10, g.'iTinmis, clerk nt
tho Hotel Xoimamllo, the othor day
"1 wan an active iwoikor In a local
Sunday school. J was pietty popular
with the bo.s,"iT' wan delegated lo
gather the outsiders fiom tho glass
wolktf dlstilct 'together I ti a vacant
Hloretoom and beglu their lellglous
"Ono Sunday I Riitlieied about 4R
youngsteis who had5 neer attended
Sunday school iefof( and as they did
not take kindly fltli leading of the
Seilpturen and fwY .regular Sunday
schooj niPlhods, ,1, began lolling them
tales fiom thu Old rcstanieut. The;
listened with much, InU-ieat to th
atoilos or Adam ami Hve, and Moses
lu tho bullruohes, and so on, but when
I came to tho storyof Jonah and the
whale they listened with partlculat
"When I concluded tho stoiy of how'
Jonah was east .qveibqaid fiom Hie
ship and iocolvcrt,Jiy'tiio wluilo who
afterwaids cast hlinnip on shoie, otn;
tollow bioko thofullenco by salng:
" '1 believe that's a d lie. (Jlvo me
chaw of tei backer.'
"Well, eveiyliodyi'Jolnod In a laugh,
nml I passed over Iho tomtit k. In
time I got about 30 or those boys tc
attend Sunday school leguloily." He
troll Pico I'ressf" '
l When Her Anaer Vanished.
She was telling a few visitors,
among whom wns'Jher besl ft loud,
what a In tile lu'r'diUHband had been:
how ho had left'-licr. to cry bor ocs
out liou they lived together, had
borrowed Miiouoy ,from hor and novei
paid ii back, and 'finally loft hpr to got
along tho best slioVcoUld alono; all
about her trials 'ahiltrlbulallons get
ting along till Phejcquld ucramblo to
ler feet again nd,icestal)ll,sh bet"
tor, unit -
Just about lhattlmo Ihoio was' a
ring at tho hell.Sho pprqug up,
ruiihed Into UhmJiuII,, hint led to tho
outer door, openei) It; theio was the
bonud of a llttloBnictheied cry, a
Was, and hor besttrlcud, left In tho
loom with tho othors, arose nnd said,
"I think we'd belter bo going now.
Something seems 2" 'fell me that that
In linr luisband ." Hi''
ini - ... .u y
"THE GIRL OF THE
.j.. -. . "-.-.- .. ... .
ilV. - l
"J'lio u.ti ot tho uonien Westvj
x frtm-anljttdrnnia, of CriaJfrniiv
iu ine iinyH wimnujicu 9I1(S Pin1- ".
ed by Hav'll ne3&.4;ome.s;.lo the
(Iraiid Opera TlouSff-jjih ovetjinpf. W
No other offerinjr "that ltiighi be? HH
made on u stnj-o n Jht'i eity couti.ii
bo palcnlatPil to arouse.. more interj'T
et or more jneiMiroble nlilicipatioiJ "'
than lh' visit of; J.Iip IJolaseo pieetWW
which bus been hlnviii" l. Piillmjij-ii'l.
iisui- iHiuiciiucs iii i no ne'ii'-eo i uca-A
Ire, New York, for the past twelve
...1!.. - 1! ..... l a. i ... .... f
mourns; wniie nie eitiiusinsin with
which u )lny presented by Mr.,
HehiM'o would under anv' condMions
be lecpivpil liPte, will bo irrenllv en-
haiiced upon this occasion because.
ol mo lemaiKauio traimph sooied
so lecetitly by David Wnrfiold ami
'The Musi' Master. " Outside f
Now Yoik, l'hiladolph'a and 1'ilt
bttiv where the piny was first iie-
Kcnlcd, and a few oilier cities,
"The Girl of the (.'olden West"
Jims' nol'Vcl been seen.
FOR THE WORKER.
ItotnPtuber that wutk Is
means, character Is tho cuts
That soven toads lead to Homo.
Thnt slncerlly Is tho foundation of
a!l llono-' work,
r"'" Rnrrw tho ptlco mont men
'ia' fm" hisliug attainments.
That you label you: own work.
Thai no ono can hold you down It
you aro determined to succeed.
That every man Is destined to do
something worth while.
Thai most people Judge you by first
That few men succood until thev
Thai hard work Is no 3mall part oi
That It takes loiiRc'r lo ,sny kind
words than thoso that cut. ,
That tho only way to koop your
credit good Is by paying; youyrfdebts.
. ood 8vi.il L
That iU Is easier itonlcm-od work
than poor, If you onco 'ldtJf ft'Tidw.
i . ,.r
That thu moro dllllcult'tlilni'.s'nio tc
accomplish, tho moio worth while.
That a sensible employer Is more
anxious lo push you ahead than to
hold you down.
Flattery always has something up
Hoform must bo well
stamp out itu evil.
, A gooii gitcsser always pi Ides him
self on his superior Judgment.
Somo people llso in tho social scale,
and others become unbalanced.
flreat bodies inovo slowly The
until nover tiavels as Tast as a lie.
Hven when a man gets the worst ot
It ho should tiy to mako the best of II
In politics tho pi oof or tho pudding
always lies In tho distribution of tho
It Isn't altogether bashtulncss thai
prevents' a man from meeting his ob
ligations. Whon a young follow tells a glil ho
will lovo her always, sometimes thoy
.nro both young enough to bellovo It.
F.voty man should know himself,
bill lu doing so ho is apt lo waste a lot
ot time that might be spent lu mak
lug mom ngieeablo acquaintances.
MUSINGS OF THE GENTLE CYNIC.
Tho lofty Ideals of somo men aro
rostilcted to high living.
Contentment In inoroly dividing
Mhnt you havo with whnt you wont.
Thoro Is plenty of room nt tho top
without pushing anybody olso oft'.
Somo pcoplo'H only Idon or prepar
ing for tho nT'xt wot Id Is to tako sul
Tho, avpraso 'jiipjl .vlll, go through
anything fori Um gjU), ho lovos, espo
chilly her fpiliuic. , ., ,
Soiuo men look so far ahead thai
thoy loso sight of the opportunities
under their very noses.
When tho parlor gaa Is tinned
down It's a pietty good sign that the
young fellow calling thorn Isn't.
1 '.' " - " '' i ' , mi,. ..;,; iii, u i,- i.iii.
t r .
McnnolW Tafcum, 14 conts per box.
1 cent thcp' -n at any other ct6re in town.
Ucbco-no" So 4 ce its the cake.
7 cake?, 25 ccrjtn. t ' v .
The present supply will last a fowttaW otiW. '
Paul Riegor's Perfume. 40 eontu tho ounce. All odor.
doesjiol maJte people liappj!
4ry a M'M ,
It's Sweet as well
u i Ka7
lli YjKjLS A
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Harion Milling & Orain Co
HISTORY OF NINE DIGITS,
Arabic Numerate Used In Europe In
It has been a matter for discueslon
when Arable numerals Hist displaced
tho moio cumbersome Roman system
in Europe. There are few examples
of Arable flgtties in inscriptions that
can bo regarded as genuine to bg
found In (lient Hiltaln bofoio tho six
toetith centiity, though lu Herman)
soino aro round which dato from the
fifteenth century; 13r.n was siiposed tc
bo tho oaillest date of a nutnnscilpi
with Arable numerals, but Sir Jamc
Plcton says that' there 'Is an account
In tho rocotd office ot tlio year 132R,
which Is indorsed with that dato bj
an Italian merchant. i
In thu Cambridge ur.horsliy llbrarjf
uiero is a uatin version or a treatise
on tho nstiolabe, dated 127(1, lu which
tho Arable numeials are qulto freol
used. Hut Mi Axon, wilting in the
Antiquary, mentions sooto still ear
Her examples. Popo Leo XIII. pub
Hshed a work Illustrating tho artistic
collections or papal palace, In wlilcl
the tho dato 1217 appears on tho sixth
plate or tho "Mtisco Chrlstlano," and
In tho Munich state library Is a
Chronicle of Hegenubuig which Is or
llclally described as tho oldest MS
containing Arabic numerals and ai
being written between the yeais lit'."
The Vatican Ivory of 1217, tho Cam
biidgo MS. or 127ti and (he Hegens
buig ChinnlPlo of 1107 may, llieio
fore, bo conshleieil the earliest ec
timples bo.Miiul dlsputo of the uso ol
Aiablc uumet'als In ICuiopo.
The Ltst Resort.
"Directly after tho war," said Majoi
Coneral Chniles L Hoe, "I wns at n
Methodist mepilnr with ono of th
jiicpibn oi inn i i imimr nt The
.mlnlbtc 'in nn .it. I l'l-giii to exhort
"'Is theio an liio beio whu wJIP
Join the iirinj of the Lord?' he a&kud
"'Surely thoro Is somo ono within
tho sound of my volco who Is icady
,tiiul willing to Join tho aipiy of the
Laid!" ho cried. Still no nnswoi, and
ho was about lo begin again whon
my friend, the mouther of oui tegi
ment, aioso and oiled out syinpalhot
"'Draft 'em, duiu 'em' Draft 'em!"
1U couch IT-Bca rontaininr opiates couV
pats the bowtlt. Beo'a Laxative Honey aa4
Tu iaoei ibi bowtit ni couuim nuoiUtu.
SOU) HI k'UJUKJN'H UKUQ STORB
jT ni rioibiJJ
selliiig UU of
Huyler'n candisw EK
J I 111! I li
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THE REXALL STORE
National Cfearti ClgarolFea
Kantlrgg Rubber aooda
Bread, cake and pastry ir,ade from
Pride of Marion
Hour can bo depended upon to be
as palatable as it is nutritious, and
that's saying a good deal, for it io
made by the best Improved mcth.
ods of manufacture, which retain
all the desirable elements of 'the
whole wheat. It linn ,-.. n.:.
'" qualities, too, which all
Fm TEACHERS. STUDENTS. 1
LOVERS OF MUSIC
4.L You vnll Eod tl tn ladiireuiUt
mlp lo youiteU od yatt puila,
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courwt.wratai lor pupdt' rmub,
ot lay uoiiUr bv.
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qimooa in your aitit lit.
Full cf Prtctictl Ait'du, Beautiful lHoitrt
Uoni, Wlh2-) tM of Muac in croy Uue.
I (Olitirr DitoDit (Bamuwm
THAT GOES TWICE AS FAR
Call in and seo us about out
PREMIUMS we give you free.
110-Weat Church street. Op
posite Post Office
City Phone 1040. Bell 1G9L.
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In our job office, which is equipped
with all modern lacilitics for dolus
jffico work, wo givo our studouti
practical experience and the fooa
.aken in pay tho cpenso of those
ho aro working their own way Wo
also furnish .Rjaepa, to oarn board
and room., Thqjo,, contemplating a
course will .find it to their adTalt
tago to write us ior informatioB m
we havo ono, of the largest and aMit
successful schbbWin the state.
BUSINESS OR SHORTHAND
Positions fjrrnipued competent
students, aa soon lifts, graduated,, at
sakrio3.fromi$40i'to $00 a month.
Address I. P. Olrra, Secretary.
LIMA BUSINESS COLLEGE
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