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Ulf&MHitK'll .. Federation of Warn
iCIi iHi .Novel Plan of
JfreitfvinV' HltMrte Fet
K!iAura of Hghaya.
- 'Aiirura, in.vae most novel means
6 1 build, a, public highway In Illinois
'tyM been taken" by the Kane County
Fefteratioh, of Women's clubs. Re-
ofently nblcfis than i.OOO sliver spoons,
Valued at 2. each have "been sold to
Improvo and -to preserve certain his-
tbrlA features of tho roadway lying
seai 4ho Fox river from Aurora m
fcr.ftorlh an Elgin and Carpehtcrsvlllo,
.(TlieCttne county women have been
tfijajt9B Ihla project for over a
ypkri but it hap only been within tho
list-few weeks that tjicy hit on tho
riovel plan of raising the money with
which to carry out tholr plans which
ate Jntoiujed to benefit tho whole'
Tko work of preserving landmarks
and beaujlfylng landst abutting on tho
roadways was commenced In the fall
of 1905, when they Interested, the
armors to .the .extent of Inducing them
fojeeep their Yeeds cut down. Thoh
the women engaged a landscape man
and drovo him over the route, tho ie-
milt of which wan that he drew Up
an elaborate! plun calculated to estab
lish and maintain one of tho most at
tractive driveways In tho state.
After this came .the project of rois
.loft the money, ltlch men, automobile
Owners; drivers of blooded stock, woio
appealed lo, but subscriptions canio
few and ,far between. During tho
most of tio last summer there' was
nothing done that led the women
workers to 'hope for tho consumma
tion of the project.
Tlion one ot the Aurora women
broachod the project. She suggested
that tho fund be started by soiling
elivqr spoons of a special design.
Tlien tho women workers got their
heads together In working out a de
sign. At the start it was determined
that a leading .feature In tho design
should be, a good likeness of old Chlot
Shabbona, who thousands of tiroes
had passed over tho trail now marked
by the, roadway sought to bo Improv
ed. ThoTinmo of Shabbona Is an lion
Noiod one In Illinois. To the white
settler of pioneer days Shabbona was
a ,filond indeed. History recites that
he saved 'settlements from mausacro
and in many other ways ,so. endeared
himself to tho whlto people that they
revere bis memory unto this dar.
They named a town for him, and
erected a 'tine monument at his grave.
. Sluibbona's. likeness has boon made
'" to appear in tho bowl or tho spoon
and the artist has dono some clcvor
work on father portions of tho sou
venir. The stain, is made to represent
' oho of tho predominating woods of
, tlie Fox valley, on tho spreading qnd
" 6t the rslem there Is a" pretty view
of-tine vulley, and at the tip Is the
crouching ,fprm ot n fox, emblematic
qf, h6 historic viver and valley along
and through which tho roadway
courses Its way.
A Now York silversmith was given
the task of producing the snoous. At
ttv.1 only GOO were ordered, but tho
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f f . CONTEST
Y. M; G. A.
Te Ferrell Constitutional
Is nt for catarrh alone
but ii a cure for all Liver.
Kidney, S I o ft a c h and
For sale by all druggists.
0ME in an() see us jf you have oc
casion to give a bond.
We can secure ll cUsies of surety
bonds promptly and at a very mod
erate cost. Interview aoljcited. "
tOMs. began telling like the Iradl
tlonal hot cakes. Whore at flnitMf
UrUr 0ieha -St. Oharies, anbIltin(
began buying, spoons (or tWmuelvM
and for presents. The Ioel clubs ol
All' the towds kept th; matter 'hhtn
kilrig, arid by JK's-tlme, 'cftttldold
Shabbona coir.ri book from ttie hapby
kitnfing grounds, whore be has be?n
sleeping for '8 winters, Hi worild find
that hlsjlkenoss. in white -miM haw
been carried to alnioitt ,ovcry state
in the .Uniqn, where, spoons have been
rent by remembering friends.
Inclosed In ench box. with a.spoon Is
a bit. of history, which reads as fol
"Shabbona, the Indian chief wjiose
plctttte adorns the bowl of the Fox
liver, valley Bouvcnlr spoons, was
probably tho most conspicuous Indian
among the many who made their
homos in tho beautiful Fox river vdl
ley befdro the advent of tho whlt
man. He was born in Canada nbou.
1780, ot tho Ollawn tribe. Ho mai
rled tho danghtor of a Pottawatomie
chief, untl, according to the cualoin
of' the Indians to adopt the tribe of the
wife, ho becanif a Pottawatomie, lie
was known us 'the Vfhlte man's friend,'
saved many from massacre, partlcu
larly during tho Dlack Hawk war lo
181:2. Ho d(cd at Seneca, 111., .July IS,
1869, and is burled in Uvorgrcen come
tery, MorrlB 111., whore a monument
was erected to his momory."
Tho success, that has attended this
novel venture in road building Is high
ly gratifying, not only to the women
workers who originated tho scheme,
but to thousands of pcoplo of Illinois
who love jts historic traditions and
who glory in the romantic character
of Its liver scenery.
In Primitive Manchuria.
Tho largo and ferlllo Holds of Man
churla are tilled with wooden plows.
The. vast number of well-mado cfrHs
that nro turned out aro constructed
with crude tools, laboriously fashioned
in the l.icul blacksmith shop, and a
iuy Is taken to put In shape Iron fit
tings that au expert machinist, with
good cold chisel and emory wheel,
would finish In half au hour. Tho bor
ing tiro nindo with hand-fashioned
augers, operated with n bow nnd cord.
Labor Is clieup, (hut roielcn invention!
uie ciccplng in.
PUTTING THE CASE PLAINLY.
Old Man Ellphalet Maintained Eye'U
His Own Interests.
Upton Sinclair In un address at I
vegetarian banquet attacked the tiustn
"Tho trusts' effionlery Is amazing,'
ho Bald. "They commit a sin with ui
virtuous an ulr as you or I would dt
a pleoo of charty. And thero Is nc
getting around them, no heading their
on. They are like old lillphalet Hos
"ICllphalot Hosklno was one of tin
old resldenlers of the' Head of Sassa
fras, u small Maryland village. iu
wnc light fingered, fie lifted eggs1
bars of soap, potatoes, chickens any
thing thut carao in his way. The Heac
of Ha3afrns peoplo know his falling
well, but oil uccnunt of his great afc
they had pity on him. He was nevei
"It happened that ono night a loa
of dried fish arrived at the whuif to
laio Tor tho keopor of tho general Btou
to remove It.
'"They're an honest lot horo.' mut
lorod the storekeeper as he drew t
tarpaulin over his dried fish, and just
then her heard cautious footsteps. Hi
looked up and there was old Kllphnlel
Hosklns eyeing the mound of fish
" 'Kllphalet, he said, Tvo got tc
loavo this pllo of fish out hero ovei
night. Now, if 1 give yon theo twr
Alio fellows will you proinlao not tc
steal uuy of the others?'
".Ellpbalet looked at the two fish Ii
the storekeeper's handf
" 'That's a fair' offer, Mr. Smith.' lit
said slowly, 'but well 1 dunno J
Ihlnls I can do better. "
I MAJORITY OF MEN' ARE VAIN.
A Hairdresser Asserts That Many ol
Them Wear Wigs.
"Nearly ovoiy woman wears some
other woman's hair," ,bald the 'hair
dresser, "but you might bo surprised
IT you know tho number of men who
wear wigs. Many u man's flno head
of hair, the envy of his friends, cam
fiom tho hair st,6ro, and Is regularly
curled and pressed thero! Whlspoi
It gently, hut most men aro eVen
more vain -ot their appearance than
arp tho frivolous women ot the mo
ment. They simply will not stand
for a bald head," under 70, and hayc
learned a lesson from their slstore,
Ofton tho sanio hairdresser makes, the
wig for papa find the 'switch for
mamma and, If mamma can got the
money for her new hulr any the inoic
oaslly out of papa for the fact- thul
ho Is a doyoteo of tho ljablt hlmseir,
who can blurae her for oncouraglitg
ifmn in mo guileless rad?"
iMrtit Ma the projoct, peo 1& til
M . 'fjflp. j h stitiptis py'wti
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SWkbEN, NOT RKDEfeMINd W8
, MAR, IT iECOMES OERMAN.
Pledged by King QuttavUt IV. for Lean
ot a Million Dollars Consid
ered Flutet Harbor Site
on Baltic Coast.
Ldndon. Wlsmnr, a port ot 18,000
people on the Daltlc-F-- situated lit the
derman duchy ot Mecklenburg
flchworn, btit belonging legally to
Sweden, has recently become a Ger
man city. It was pledged by 'King
ClUBtavus IV. for a loan of $1,000,000,
and the king of Sweden havlntfalled
to redeem it within the contnry It has
passed to the duke of Mecklenburg
Schwerlu, fiom whoso ancestors the
money was bonowed.
In tho early part of the eighteenth
century tho most powerful enemy of
Sweden, after the destruction of the
Hanscatic league, a kind of trade
union established by ceitaln German
cities for safety nnd commercial pur
poses, captured Wlsmar and razed the
fortifications. Afterward peace was
declared and the city revetted to
Sweden, but' with the provision that
she should not lebulld the fortifica
tions. The place thus lost It!
strength and Importance and became
Instead nn clement of weakness to the
Swedes. Its great sea trade was
ruined and its inland trado lost.
Under these circumstances It was
not surprising that tho Swedes tired
at loBt of their whlto elephant. So Id
the rclgu of the incompetent and ex
travagant Gustavis IV., with territory
lost to the French in one wur, with
Finland lost to Husslu, with defoat in
a war against Norway, the Swcdet
seized nn opportunity to relieve them
.selves of the, burden of .possession.
The direct opportunity was glvou
by the cancellation by Gtistavus of his
engagement to tho daughter of Duke
Fredotlck Fiunz J, That person not
unnaturally lescutcd the Insult and
threatened dire things. Finally hh
threats crystallized into .a demand foi
an enormous Indemnity. Tho money
had to be raised at once. Tho liicli
ot Mecklenburg advanced l.afiS.OOO
ifllchsthaler and took- Wlsmnr, Neuk
lostcr and the Island of l'oel us se
em I ty.
Under (he conditions of the loan the
City of Wlsmar and life two govern
ments wore to remain in pledge for
100 yeurs. At tho end of that llino
Sweden might claim und obtain tho
pledged city and land by paying back
tho original loan, with thiee per cent,
A further provision, hovrces, of tho
loan was that should Sweden fall to
tako any notlco whatever of tho ex
piration or the tlmo tho contract would
bo thereby lonewed for another tOO
years., The sum which Sweden would
have hau to puy If sho wanted to claim
Wlsmar and the two government dis
tricts Is figured as amounting to $;,
000,000, and this alone, nolle F.part
fiom conlsdeiatlons of policy, oper
ated, doubtless, un a bur ugaJAst the
asset! Ion of her rights.
It will ho seen that whllti tho Imme
diate business transaction dates back
nut about 100 yeais, any diplomatic
squabbles over tho city now would
have to reveit to the surrenders und
armistices of the Thirty Years' war
1618-48. And tho fact that heretofore
Wlsmar bus been Swedish territory
oxplulns why Germany has not forti
fied the port, which Is considered tho
Onest harbor site of tho entire Baltic
coast. Under the Swed&h-Ddnsh
treaty foitlftcations. were not to bo
built aud when the duchy of Mecklen
burg took over tho place the stipula
tion was renewed.
AMERICANS EAT LOTS OP SUGAR.
Each Citizen Consumed Half His Own
Weight Last Year, Say Statistics..
Washington. "The average pltlzon
of the United States seems to have
consumed one-halt his own weight In
sugar In tho jear'Just ended," says a
statement, issued by the bureau of sta
tistics of tho department of commorco
aud labor. Tho average consumption
per head wa3 7G pounds. Tho amount
of sugar consumed was C.riOO.OOO.OQO
pounds, at u cot of over $:!00,000,000.
Of this enormous consumption ono
fifth was pioduced Iu this country, an
other one-llfth was Imported from our
Island possessions, aud the lomalnlng
llitoc-flfths, or n.SGI.OGQ.flCl pounds,
fiom foreign countries.
0"f tho produotlon of sugar In tho
United States lust year a llttlo less
thun one-halt was fiom cane and a llt
tlo inpro than ono-hulf from beets.
Tho quantity of boot sugar entering
luto American qosumpOpn was C72,
000,000 pounds, showing a romaik
ablo Incieaso, Und for tho first time
exceeding tho pioductlou of the prod
uct from cmio. Thero wus uu in
crease of 2C0 per cent. In the pioduc
ton of beet over cano sugar from 1900
Prefers Rrlson for Life.
Columbus, O. Judge Ahead ot
Drake county tho other day urged
Gov, HarilH, to pardon Willlum Welch,
a tramp who was sonloiiced to life
IpiprlKonment for broaklng Into an la
habltod dwelllpg. Welch hlmfiolfdoefl
not seok pardon, but prof era to lonialn;
In pilson. It Is claimed that ho ho-
Uo.ngu tq a wl-tp-do fanil(y In hidiana;
unij nocame a iramp ny,cnpice. Under,
tho Qblo law ,u fo squnco for break
ing Into an Ijilmbito'd. house Is manda
tory unless uuMcy'lBJrecomraonili)d by'
Faithfui'Qift,. Prevents His
Windtady Coniriy tnreh 12. -At-tneked
and badly injured by an
infuriated buck deer, Patrick l)nn
eliy. aged 03, a -well known Colo
broolr fanner, 'Vlrovc to Winslcd
yestpi1ny afternoon to. iccclvo
medical attention. 1J'. ricrht hand
ottd wrist were pain'ully hurt and
the lower pnit8 of Id's body cov
ered with 'nbrftMonVniid black
nnd blue skAs whore" tlio buck's
millers and" foro foe) lind come
forcibly against him. Tlie timely
arrival' of hit Scotch collie dog,
wll'eh grabbed and btl tlie mad
animal's hind legs' and then engag
ed the deer long enough for Dnnc
liy lo regnin lib feel and hobble,
to hi? home near by, saved the
ild man's life. Paneliy heard un
usual noises in 'tlie l-ear of, hL?
bam, and gqiir.ticrot discovered
two big bucks' in animated com
bat with three does looking on.
At sight of Dniiohy one of tho
enraged bucks enmc for and fellod
liim with the first blow of his
foro feel. Danchy said:
"Then ho began to' striko mo,
first with his' bonis and next
with his. frontVife'et. I tried' lo
pel up, but every time L jinrtiy
got up the deer would send me
to the ground. , again . ' '
As a last hbpoTDanehy called h:a
lr.g, which -fortunately ' took quick
conception of tho situation. The
coolio soon followed its ninsler to
tho Iiousc, apparently none (ho
worn? for iU- part m the nlferca
l!ou. nanehy will not sell his
dog nt any pyicc, and will
at lend nnothcr deer fight
awny if lie knows if.
Street Car'Service in Ports
mouth was Resumed
Portsmouth, March i2.-After a
conference that lasted sovcral hours,
the street car strike,' Inauguiated
two weeks ago, was settled last
evening and nil employes returned
to their places this morning.
ine oasis or agreement was a
pioposltlon submitted Inst week by
-I. Fitzgerald, national officer
of tho Ca,r.mcn'a union, and amend
ed by Portsmouth manufacturers.
Fltzgreald personally was Ignored
by the manufacturers, though tho
.strikers submitted the amended
proposition to him before it was
agreed to. The agreement pro
vides that the company reemploy
all of tho men and if au adjustment
of the grievances Is Hot reached
within 30 days, tho matter is to bo
submitted to a board of arbitration
composed, of three disinterested
citizens, ono to be chosen by the
company, or by th0 employes and
the third by tho two first named.
Secretary Joseph Bishop, of the
state board of arbitration, was large
ly instrumental In bringing the
two sides together. Tho announce,
ment that tlie strike had been set
led was received with wild acclaim
thioughout the city and suburbs.
FIRST ATHKNS ATTENDANT
TO BE TRIED APR7L EIGHTH
Athens, O., March 12. On tho
motion of Prosecuting ' Attorney I.
M. Foster, Judge Wood assigned the
firm of Wood & Wood to nssist tho
stato In tho prosecution of tho scc
or. degreo murder cases ugqlnst Hoh
ert Itocdor, Henry Harklns, and C.
F. Hobo, former attendants of tho
Athens, State hospital, charged with
killing W. J. Ilarncs, an ' Inmnlo
from Monroe, county, cv F,ob. 5.
These three former attendants
aro indicted Jointly, but oTi motion
of their attorneys, Lewis ' & Sayro,
W.U1' be tried separately, Hcpder a
tho first to bo tried, his trial being
set for April 8. Assistant Attorney
General Miller will nssist tho state.
WEALTHY MAN ARRESTED
FOR STEALING CHICKENS
'Pajucllc, O., Mnivh. 19 Aug
ust New, Xpi" 20 years a higlily rc.-',-ppclcd
resident of JIentp.rr hni
bcqi) hftund ovr lo the gfa'ntl jury
on at clm,ra ol ru'cl.mi Htonhni?
leigliKors have boon missing
cltjekvns for somo Umo mid S:tn--ily
John Qliiglcy tracked tiio
EsupjKi.scd thief fi'n UU clicLen
coop to twow ' narp. a soarck
warrant was obtained, aiul Oul-tr.'ov
tit is alloged, found ' 17 of 'his
chickens in Isow's possoss-jon, ,.
Moy is vclNto-do. The arrest
Mias cawed somewhat of "'n ocmla-
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Hold lmprtYt Btiikki Meeting
la This City
Jleflresp.tftilve8 pr, the Mn.rlonf
Mi. Olload', Marysvlilo and itlohwood
fairs nre assembled this afternoon
in the office of J, A. Knappmnk.
Ing arrangements for the formation
of a racing circuit to promote stake
Mces at tho various fairs this fall.
All of the delegates are in favor of
the project, and It Is probable that
favorable action will bo taken.
BURGLAR CAUGHT IN
THE ACT BYASERVAHT
-iMt. Vernon, O., March 12.
Thomas Allen w.ns arrested late last
night while burglarizing the homo
of Counclimnn Herbert V.. Sandct
sc.n. The members of the family are
absent from tho city, but Alfred
Bharpc, a servant, was sleeping In
the house and hearing somcono
walking about tho dining room,
started an investigation. When he
entered the room. Allen drew a re.
volvor and attempted to shoot
Sharpe, but tho weapon failed to
dischargo. Sharpe knocked tho re.
volver Trom Allen's hand and held
him prisoner until two policemen
Allen was locked In jail on a
cbargo of burglary and larceny.
When searched, u piece of broken
leck was found In his pocket, which
he had hrotcm off n door of tho
HUSBAND AND WIFE
ARRESTED FOR BURGLARY
East Liverpool, O., March 32.
) After running down clues; for a
fortnight Patrick woo-u last nifjht
aued the nrrost of John AHg,
a plumber, and his wife- nnd
"hargc? of burglary will bo filed
iga'list them. The homes of
Chief ol Police John Wymnn.
Joseph llcllz, George Buxton, H.
O. Wun'ch, Hurry Price, Hewitt
Irwin nnd Mrs. ' Thomas Davis
have been robbed. Diamonds and
Jewelry worth $200 have been re
Tho police say much of the
plunder has been sold in Pittsburg
and WheDl'iiig. New homes were
lent of their plumbing.
The value or the plunder in tlie
Alig homo is estimated lo he
worth ovor $(1000.
Endurance Billiard Match.
Very lecenlly a billiard match woi
played In Paris which lasted for 2t
uouis. During tho whole period the
players did not leave tho room foi
inorp thun a mlnuto nt a time. Tlw
match took place between Jules Cohen
und Pierre Jaussaud, and ultogethei
they walked about !50 miles during tb
"A Winter Garden.
During tho winter duys when my
garden lies lonesome and bluouded
with snow on tho great white up
lands, I remember not nlono the sheet?
of color and tho general beuuty anfl
brightness, but individual floworn walk
In iovellne.ts through ray mind and
seem to.uulute niy senses with theli
Iragranco. Candaco Wbceer.
Daily Market Report
..linclo mt'rd mt'w f mfwy
Hast Buffalo, N. Y., JIarcli 1'2.
Cattle Beceipts 23; aetivo and
Year enlves-Hccoipls 100;
tive" at a qiinrlcr lower.
veals fl and' 0.23; fair to
8 and S.3; cull and heavy "alvc
11.30 and 7.23.
Sheep and lnmln Beccipls 1,000
nclivo and .steady. Choico Jambs
8 and 8.23; cull to fair 3.50 and
7.75; yearlings 0 and 7; western
3.75 and (1.25; owes 3 and 5.75;
mixed sheep 5 and 5.50; cull sheep
2.50 and -1.23.
Hogs Receipts 1,1100; fairly ac
tivu; pitfs .steady, others a and 10c
lower. Yoikoivf .33 and 7. -10; pis
7. -10 and 7.50; heavy and mixed
grades.' 7.. '15; roiifrh (i.25 and (1.05;
slugs 5 and 5. GO.
UNION STOH- ' jfABBS.
Union Stock -Yurds, Ills., March
. -Cattle Kceplpts 1.000; estimat
ed for VenVnesflny 19.QQQ; estimated
for Wednesday, 19,000; market
steady; prime beeves, 5.75 0.75;
poor to medium, 1.15 5. CO; stock.
cro and fecdors, 2.80 1.90; cows
and Heifers, 2.75 4.90: calmora
1.75 2.00; Tcxons 4 4.75.
Uogs Bceciptfl 25,000; estimated
for Wednesday, 33,000; market, 5e
lower; light C.75 7; lough, 0.C5
5.70; mixed fi.SO 7; heavy,
C.,85 7; pigs, 0.10 0.80.
iSlicep-nccelpts. 15,000; cstlmad
for Wednesday, 20,000; market
stiong to 10c higher; native sheep,
3,75 G; western sheep, 3.90
COO; native lambs 5.20 7,05;
western lambs, njl 7.90.
Cleveland, .March 12,tr-Hogs-i 20
ea,rs, shipments light; lo.wpr; all
grades, '7,20 7.25; atags and
roughs, 4 rH00,
Cal-;?00 ead;. steady;, ood to, '
:-... i y ' I. . . i . .:.
t Tho aniotlnt of money yon
5 haVo lost W 'keeping yonr
spare rooms vacant so long.
A large sum is it not? Make
up your mind that yon will
J lose money no longer in thin
way. Have your ad inserted
f in The Mirror for a week,
t which will cost yon 50 cents.
; Your room will tlten bo
f rented. Cheap commission to
S pay, is it not?
Phono ads to No. 0 either
t phono. !
WANT13D-A good girl, or middle
aged lady to work In family of
two. Call either phone, Clt. .141,
.Bolt, C02 x or see Mrs. L. H. Do.
Lauder, David streot. .1.7-1 f
WA NTI : DTwo jrputig men to wo rk
for tuition In TUD SCHOOL OF
COMMnriCH. CiilJ. 250 High St..
or Phone JOU, Clllsleus. 3-12.3t
WANTRDTwo machinists, who are
experienced In erecting portable
nnd Traction Engines, and ono
first class lathe hand. The Mc.
Namar Machine Woilts, Newark,
Ohio." .1.9-31 pd
WANTKD-Honcst man to travel In
Ohio. nxperlcnco unnecessary,
but must furnish good' references.
$00 a month and cxepensos. .Pe"r.
mancnt position with advance
ment. Address President niaek, 0
Cainbrldgo St.. Iloston, Ma.ss.
WANTRD A girl for general house
work. Inquire at 215 13. Columbia
WANTRD Paper Jinngors, nt once.
ivoiio nut first A) ass ncoit nnulv.
as nil work miifa&ho guaranteed.
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TIII3 SCHOOL 0 COMMIOUCR,
which opens MondAV. Anrll 1.
Day and evening class. Write
for catalogue or phono VMll, Clt
,. n ..POSITIONS FOR AUDITORS.
Men IhoKuiKUlr exprionitil iu iii-io-clt(- mi
iv.uutln ami nuilllliiK Dinlliiids, and i-aimliM rr
iaMallliiKhor r.r&i-itm kIioiiM iPam r.f lilcli erniln
position lUteJ In our 19 ollli e-i At SI0U0-i?wio anil
L'-jrrixwiilciin. Snli-m,in, Kxrciitirn nnil Tovh
tlaiUlfin iIIh1. nntivs III I'J i-fi icfl.
ItAPaqoilS Unct Bruin broktrt.
Baa VtlllUmtnn HJ.. CIrjfUuJ
N. L. Lindsay,
' 2 on 031.
A.UOTIONEBmN(3-T. W. Clark
will cry sales of every description
at reasonablo rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your Interest Is my
Interest. Office roomi, Court street.
Both phones. Marlon, Ohio.
FOR ItllNT Storo room 21x00,
with collar, 212 North Main St,
Possession given at once. See M.
H. Kirchner, 250 North Main St.
FOR ItKNT-Oflo five room house j
also rooms ran light housekeeping,
gas wnd clsterifc for both. Inqnlro
COO,, corner South Main and Wasb.
Ington Avenue. 3.12-Ct
I3NT FiiniMied rooms fi
gentlemen only, 210 S.
'OR. BALI) 3 modern houses on
G Irani Avenue (east side) between
BoUefontaino Avenue and Columbia
street. Inquire 117 1-2 South
Main street or Citizens' Phon
extra, 7.75 S.25.
Sheep and lambs 2 cars;
Cattle 5 cars, steady.
Pittsburg, Pa., March 12. Cat.
tic-Supply light; markot steady;
choice 5.90 C.15; prlmo 5. CO
5.85; good, '5.30 5.50; tidy butch
ers, 1.80 5.25; Talr, 4.25 1.75;
choice IiclferH, 1.50 5; common lo
fair heifers 3 1.25; bulls 3 4.75
flit cows, 2.50 1.50; good fresh
cews nnd springers, $33 $15; com.
mon to fair, $25 $30.
Hogs Receipts, 10 doublodccks;
market slow and lower; prlmo heavy
7.35,; medium nnd heavy yorkers,
f.45 light yoikors, 7.35 7.10;
pigs, 7,20 7.30; roughs, 0 0.80;
8ngs, 5 5t50.
Sheop qnii lambs Supply light;
market s(cady. Prlmo welhors, 5. SO
0; "good mixed 5.10 5.75; fair
mixed, l.so 5.25; culls und conj.
(lion, 2.50 3.50; lambs, 5 8;
veal calves, 8 9; heavy and thin
calves 1.50 5.
Tolcdo, March 12. Wheat Cash
78 3 1; May 80 7-j$; July 81: Sop.
tcinbor 81 18,
Corn-Cash 40,1-2;, May 47 58;
Jply 47 3 lj' September 48 1 4.. '
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1. Finest dwelling) tmodrkj
large lot; barn J on street cir liKe".
Beautiful ho'me. .
'i. House and lot Grand Ave;
only $2400.SWorth 3000..
3,. Three .houses and oU, West
end at a baraalH. , u
4. House, barny fruit on Leadef
G. House and business lot ott
Davids Street $130rAOaAh. - N
G. Splendid Bubnrbaihome, ;10
rooms barn orchard aui chlcljen
park. 5 to 7 acron. Juel atr;erid
street car lino. Only $20h,lr the
year r ..
CHASE REAL ESTATE CO.
Let Us Sell You
The Place The Price
Colunibia St., 7 rooms .... $1400
Columbia St., 0 rooms $1400
Park Boulevard 7 rooms
Park Boulevard 7 rooms
Blaine AvViuo 7 rooms ,
Blaine Averlkc 6 rooms ,
Blaino Avcnub G rooms ,
Blaine Avenue6 rooms ,
Waterloo Strce8V5 rooms
Waterloo Street rooms
waienoo stroet 5 iboms
Bennett Street 6 ro
Glad Street G rooms
Nye Street 7 rooms
Ballcntine Avenue G rooms
Grand Avenue 7 rooms ..
Grand Avenue G rooms ..
Grand Avenue G rooms ..,
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HH. CARPENTER & CO.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS' .
110 1-2 South Main St. 5
Home Phono 1502 Bell 48
Office with Tred W. Peters. -
I CAN SELL
four Real Estate or Buslntst
No Mattor Whore Looated.
Properties and Business of all kifiil
sold quickly for cash in all parti
of the United States. Don't wait.
Write today describing what yoi
have to sell and give cash prica oft
IF YOU WANr TO 1UY
any kind of Business or Real Es
tate anywhere at any prica writ
mo your requirements. I can lit
you time and money.
DAVID 1. TAFP,
THE LAND MAN.
4-1 5 Knnsas Avenue '
In our job office, which io equipped
with all modern lacllitles for doinf
office work, wo give our students
practical experience and the fees
taken in pay tho expense of thoM
who aro working their own way We
also furnish Blares to earn board
and room. Thoie contemplating- a
course, will find it to their advan
tage to write us for Information u
wo have one of the largest and nlest
successful schools in the state. -
BUSINESS OR SHORTHAND
COURSE $30. ;
Positions furnished competes!
students, as soon as graduated, i-al
salaries from $10 to $50 a month.
Address I. F. Olem, Secrotaryi'
LIMA BUSINESS COLLEGE
Oats Cash 43 12; May 12 '14;
July 38 3 1; September 34.
Clovorsocd-Cah S.72 12; 'March
C.72 1.2; April 8.32 12; October
0.S5; primo alslke, 7.C5. 'J
Prime timothy 2.20. '
Rye No, l, 72; No. 2, G9; No.f(v
Chicago. March 12. Wheat
1 and 1 1-So higher; May sold' fro
tween 70 7tS and 78 1-2, qponln?
at 77 1-4, closing at 78 1-2; 'July
wi'd between 77 7-sS and 70 5-8;
oponiiifr nl 7S 1-1, elasi'ng at 70
1-2. No. 2 red 7(1 1-1. ,)
Corn Unchanged to 1-8 ;
y-S- up; Mny sold hoiweon 40 31
and 47 1-S, opening: at 40 7-8
closing at 47 1-8; No. 3 vellcKv.
43 f'l-4 and 41.
Onls-1-4 and 3-8o lower to liR
nnd Mo up; .May sold between ,40
3-1 nnd 42, openinp nt 41 fi-8,
clo.siurf at 41 u-S; Nit. 2 white Mil
and 43 1-2. j,
NEW YORK PRODUOll.
New York. March 12. Eggs Re
ceipts 3S.850 packfigcs; lowor; .uear
lU fo.ney white, '2Q 3.2 21 1,2; ei
ti a, mixed 19 19 12;. western.
ln.-n in, iiina, i( .j i;,BOiunerl,
l( 10 1( 3 i. , )
COIl SALE-A No 8 cook- mn,
good ns now, coat or woodi Jtijit .
half price, fiCD B. Cbdrch, or ftdi
drest &,, care Mirror. ,it
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