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If you wish to keep strong and vieoroui and have on your cheeks the clow of per
fect health, take.Duffy's Pure Malt whiskey regularly, according to directions, and tako
no other medicine. It is dangerous to fill your'ystem'with drugs, they poison the body
and depress the heart, while Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey tones and strengthens the heart
action and purifies the entire system. It is recognized as a family medicine everywhere.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has stood severe tests for fifty years and lias always been
found absolutely pure and to contain great medicinal properties.
CAUTION. When you ask your druggist, grocer or dealer for
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. It's
the one absolutely pure medicinal malt whiskey and is sold only
la sealed bottles; never in bulk. Look for the trade-mark, the
"Old Chemist," on the label, and make sure the seal over the
cork Is unbroken. Price $1.00. Illustrated medical booklet and
doctor advice free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y.
' 'Pointer for Grandma.
f Mr' JJttlG n,epiew, wften he was
throe years old, was visiting hiB grand
ma one day and as sue was about to
five feim a piece of bread and but
teivb.0 looked up. at her and said:
"kt H nod and big. grandma, for God
; toveB the cheerful, giver."
In pie jowalry line cat be
foahd at our store.
Come in and see us if yon
axe bnying a birthday present
or present for any other occa
sion. We do all kinds of repair
gyea examined free ef
,Jlp,.JP. G, SMITH,
Office and residence 694 Wes
.Center, Ptfice hours 7:30 to 10:3
,. a., 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. Citizen
' Specialist pn diseases ef children
Prof. Frederic Berrymao,
Teacher pf Voice and '
t ' Piano.
I StHdie 400 E. Church cor, Vino
rflfBejiyqu Ul, , you'll find" it
fi'pioc,e';dfi:fuinituro, a now
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bMrd.. rto mattci
matter what it is
y&u U find it here, and"' a?
prices that will surprise yon
for their lownesa Drop in
I; and.1epk eyer our store.:
WEST ND FURNITURE
TYPE8 OF ALL NATIONS.
Cosmopolitan Gathering Seen
New York Hotel.
-Now York's cosmopolitanism was
well illustrated tho other night In tho
lobby of tho Fifth Avenuo hotel. On
900 of tho lounges sat two Japaneso
chattering animatedly. On another
scat close by sat a man who looked
like a native of tho Dlue Grass stale.
He was tall and lanky, woro a large-
lt fr4 n1 a11 l u1 1I1...m1 1fM '
. le,,. uul ucu u nut,. ...a -
play of shirt front. On another lounge
In tho opposite end of the hall sat an
Englishman conversing with a Scotch
man. Tho English twang and the
Scotch burr could bo heard distinctly.
On a seat further down tho row a
somewhat stout individual was rest
ing himself. Ho made his nationality
evidont, as ho was loading a Gorman
newspapor. Stll! further down tho
Iiiiovsat two men talking and puffing,
uway at cigarettes. Ono was an Anglo
Indian and tho othor a prosaic Canadi
an. Just within the hallowed precinct
of tho "Anion Corner" United States
Senator Dubois, of Idaho,- was seated,
looking tho plcturo of contentment,
with his legs crossed and pulling at a
As If to further omphuslzo this cos
uiopolitaulmn, n colored huckmiin en
tered tho hotel with i trunk on his
back. Thla Is not to speak of tho
hotel's three husky Irish porters, who
were, hustling In a;d out of tho hall
with buggago. N. Y. Times.
FIRST TOOL WA8 THE HAMMER.
Also Used in the Earliest Ages as a
Tho hammer, besides being a tool
of universal use, is probably tho old
est roprcsontntlvo of a mechanic's
tool kit. Tho hammer was originally
a stono fastonod to a handle with
thongs, and it was as useful as a
weapon os a tooj.
Hammers aro ropretsontcd on '1110
left monuments of. Egypt 20 centuries
Jjoforo our era. They' greatly resom
bio tho hammer now In use, Bavo that
thoro wero no clawa on tho' back for
tho extraction of nails. Claw ham
mers wero Jnvontcd somo time dur
ing tho Mlddlo Ages. Illuminated
manuscripts of tho olovonth century
represent carpontors with claw ham
mers. i Hammers nro of all sizes, from tho
, dainty. Instruments usod by tho Jewel
' er, which weigh loss than half an
ounce, to tho gigantic nO-lon Immmor
for shipbuilding cstabllslimentB, Bopio ;0r nlluutpmiid ilwiujwentainto tho
o 'Saa110 a f,",linK I0.1.0 .f U'T , "$ cavrloKO andohump-cd his head
90 to 100 tons. Kvery trado has IsburWihn .w r thk 4n...nnv
own hainmor'and Its own way of using
.Flprlda' Shark siory.
A tarpon pursued by a shark near
Gordon Key, California, In oho of Its
tremendous leaps fell 'across a skiff
containing two fishermen who wore
ad busily ongagod with u not they did
pot notjeo Its approach.
Tho skiff broko In two, tho fisher
men becamo ontangled In. tho net
and tho sl)atk 'took ' a fcuje tyje (jut
ofi tho'eldn oi oho of thnra J Rciltrin .lir.
Mm. Victor A. BMikalre,
prominent club woman of Chi
cago, 111., contracted a sever
cold frpm being exposed in bad
weather which resulted in
serious lung trouble.
Mrs. Beaucaire, after taking
several doses of Duffy's Pur
Malt WhlskeyTsays it has helped
her'wdnUerfftliyv brought the
color to her cheeks, and that sha
nuuiu nut ue wunouc u. i
snepays nigniriDuieiotRe world's
greatest tonic stimulant la the follow
"As I am a member of the Mull
House Women's Club, Lwas called
out many times when the weather
was very bad and so caught a very
hard cough, and doctors claimed that
my lungs were affected; in fact the
left lung was .almost gone, but since
I have taken your valuable DUFFY'S
PURE MALT WHISKEY, I feel
better and would not do without it.
I have not been taking it very long,
but I am sure of good results; I have
good color in my face and feel that I
can work with a great deal more
ambition. I cannot praise it too
much. I have recommended it to
several of my friends and they, too,
arc thankful for the benefit they
have already derived from it.' Mrs.
' Victor A. Beaucaire, 255 Ogden Ave,
.Chicago, 111. May 4, '06.
kin's body for tho lurpoii It was In
pursuit of, for Bhurks In thoso waters
have nover been known to attack a
Henry Labouchcrc, tho well-known
English publicist 'and proprietor of
Truth, once met a, deputation of suf
fragists In, the lobby of tho houso of
commons. He says of tho encounter:
"They all talked at tho same time.
After listening lor a few minutes I
. pnl(j: .Ladie8( although your argu
ments may not pcrsuado mo, I
particularly suscoptlblo to fomalo
beauty, and I am afraid that this may
influence my Judgment If 1 stny any
longer.' Tho compliment was enough,
and they all, I think, felt that my
heart was in tho right place, if ray
Judgment was not."
Kindly Words and Deeds.
How fow cstlmalo tho power of
kindly words and deeds; and yot
what mortal being has not felt their
bonoflt and sweetness? How many
a weary lot! has been cheered and
brightened by their gcntlo Bunshlno!
What music thero is In a kind ex
pression of sympathy what radiance
In a gcntlo smile! And how littlodo
theso Hcnvcn-cntallcd dutlos of llfo
cost to tho giver, and how do they
confer on tho receiver?
THE "BAND" SHE MEANT.
Why Friendly Stranger Lost Interest
A gentlemanly merchant traveling
Jn a railway carriage mot a lady, and
politely rendored her such assistance
that sho reciprocated by permitting
him to talk to her, says a London ex.
change Ho becamo quite friendly,
and desired to know whoro sho lived
and who sho was.
"Oh," sho replied, "I'm only an ordi
nary Httlo woman, but my friends per
sist In trying to make mo somobody."
"Ah'," was tho gallant answer, "I
am sure they act qulto wisely and In
good tasto." i
"You flatter mo, sir, and yet I havo
no doubt a band will meet mo at tho
station whon I arrive at Windsor."
"Indeed!" ho replied, In open-eyed
"Yes; and tho samo band always
meots me. Isn't that flattering?'
"Very, my dear miss; but may I
ask what band it Is that is always so
. inn '
nonuicu ; i , . pi
W;OAii00aiM7Ci it.la a.husband,
j,e,caugntoPii(toiUio:nrmlot- tho scat.
during tho rest of tho journoy.
Life Made Up of Habits.
Life Is but a tissue of habits, Each
good habit we weave in Sitr teens
meahs a better and happier life to Its
very end and we cannot afford to
waste an hour In setting the loom at
Poetry In Maohlnary;
"Thoro Is poetry In .machinery'
pays, an eastern writer. ' Of course
there Is. and it Is comma- out Hrtt
iok. Maoiins-maqe poetry
PAILT MtWWH, TUESDAY, APlHi 23, 1M7
To Reorganize and Start out
horn the State to National
The Ancient Order uf United Work,
men will Hold no More Meetings
Until Said TiSBsfer is Made.
Tho local lodgo rf tho Ancient Or
der of United Workmen has not re
ceived notice that It has been trans
ferred from tho Jurisdiction of tho
state organization to the national.
Tho officers of tho lodgo aro expect
ing this notice at any tlmo however,
Blnce It has been publicly nitnounced
that the Ohio organization Is now
extinct, nud that tho management of
uffnlrs in tho stato has passed Into tho
hands of th.' national officers.
Until this notice Is received, tho
local lodge will hold no regular
meetings. In tho meantime, how
ever, tho - officers are laying plans
for what Is to bo done as soon as
tho lodge formally passes Into the
hands of the national organization .
The local lodgo" will be reorganized
and will start out on an entirely now
bnls. When tho order as a jwliolo
Is placed In systematic operation by
the national officers, the dues In all
Ohio lodges will bo cut down con.
sldorably, and it is expected that as
a rctilt, the membership will bo In
creased. Uhdor tho old system of. having
each state possess an independent
organization, conditions were unsatis
factory In many parts of the coun
try. In somo states, the death rate
was much higher, than In others,
and uh a consequence the assessments
against the members were accordingly
high. In order to help out the states
whero tho extensive death rate ex
isted, members in other states were
required to pay special assessments.
This Is what caused the trouble-, the
members assessed lobjcct lug to being
compelled to payVtleath losses for
other stales. -r.'
Under tho plan of having the, na
tional organization control all, ud
state will have any advantage over
another, and it Is expected that the
'order will b conducted more suc
cessfully and harmoniously than has
been dono p.t any tlmo In tho past.
Tho Marlon lodge, under tho old
plan, has been one of tho strongest
in tho stato. Tho. death losses havo
been slight. For $1,000 which the
lodgo has received, 9,000 has been
paid, to tho stato organization. Tho
membership has dwindled from IiO to
2fi as a result of tho present troubles,
but It is thought that tho reorgani
zation will result In adding many new
At a meeting of Kosciusko Lodge
No. 58, I. O. O. I, held 'In its hall
on North Man street, Monday even
ing, arrangements wero completed for
an assemblage of Odd FellowB of tho
county, to be held here, F?fiday night.
At this meeting, somo hind of n
county organization will bo effected,
and plans will bo eonfcrred.on a class
of candidates by (ho Salt Rock Lodgo
degree toam of Murral; A hanquot
will follow tho business 'meeting.
Japanese at Home onthe Sea.
'J ho Japaneso aro natural sailors,
and they swarm on tho seas because
the scanty economic resources of
tnoir country and tholr insular and
I contractod geogruphlcal position make
tno Rea their birthright. Tho lesson
of their success In handling a mod
ern navy in tho war with Russia is
that they aro equally, adapted to
handling n morchant marlno In com
petition with tho world. .Their apo
dal advantages on tho Pacific are
conspicuous, and thoy are not a pco
plo to neglect tho advantages which
nature has glvcu to them. Other
countries may oxcludo Japanese Im
migrants, but on tho high seas thoy
must oxpect to meet Japaneso com
petition that may bo all' the fiercer
because of tho laud barriers being
erected against tho JapaneVp laborer.
Method In His Profligacy.
LvTlioothj!; day quo. prtWrf atlqnal-
.. ...r...Yv,-, , - -"'"""NMP fW
traduced to a party of ladles In; tho
'dining-room of tho house 'of, pom.
mons. As ho loft ho, gravely pre
sented each lady wlt hlsvcar.d. A
frlond ventured to hint that this
was carrying politeness too far for
London customs. "
"Sure," was tho reply, "It didn't
matter. I had 200 of,them print
ed, I've changed my address, any.
way, so they're no use to piol" Leeds
Beady Trained, ',,4ht.
"afco Is poawyejy lity.":
"Why t'1' tfJ
. "She married u widower because she'
was tpo"lfty to train n'hUBjiaHii."'
.Hnuatou frat, ' .J;
irmsr '.O UTILIZE Qk
Credit Accorued William Mur'dock,
Scottish Mining Engineer.
January 28 was an Interesting ccn
tenary, that of tho first experimental
lighting of a street with gas lamps in
England, for on thnt date, 1807,
through the exertion) of Frederick Al
bert Wlnsor, Fall Mall was Illuminated
with a series of those now famlllat
8ourccs..of light,-taaya - the London
of the earlier experiments and sug
gestions of William Murdoch, a Scot
tish mining engineer employed In the
llodruth mines, Cornwall. Murdoch
'appears to havo been tho first to sug
gest that gas might bo conveyed in
tubes and usod Instead of lamps and
candles. Ho mndd a Very Ingenious
gas lantern for hlrasclf, with which ho
used to light his way over tho Cornish
moors at night. This lantorn consist
ed of a bag filled with gas and fitted
with a tube, at tho end of which the
gas could be lighted.
Carrying tho bag under his arm,
Murdoch used to lighten his way home
at night. On meeting any ono it la
said that ho would glvo the bag a
squcczo and thus send out a long
tonguo of flame. This led to his being
looked upon as tho demon of the
MORNING IN THE MOUNTAINS.
Restvand Peace to the Jaded Dweller
, In the City.
What recollections theso thoughts oi
mornings In tho mountains brings us!
Tho sofj breeze, laden with tho odora
of plno and balsam, steals through out
open window. Tho lazy rcstfulucss ol
doing nothing, It nothing It pleases hs
to do, or the anxiety for action when
action has been decided upon; the
healthy, vigorous appetlto waiting to
bo satisfied. Whero do wo find such
mornings except In tho mountains?
And the evenings tho silent, restful
evenings; the body tired, but tho mind
Invigorated by tho loug tramp over
mountains or strenuous work of treat
ing and photographing. And last, but
by no means least, thoso campllrcs,
with our party gathered around within
a clrclo of light, talking over tho ex
periences of tho day, singing songs and
telling stories. Who that has sat and
listened to good stories while watch
ing tho climbing ilamc3 and smoko oi
a campflrc will over forget It?
Thoughts that aro Impossible come
then. You aro carried away and be
como a part of the story tliat Is being
told. But wo aro In tho city, with Us
noise and bustle! Let us get out of It,
and bo oft for tho mountains for two
weeks' sweet communion with nature.
Biggest Man In the World.
The othor day a small boy asked 1
I would not toll him who wns tho big
gest man that over lived In the world,
and mentioned Goliath. Why, the vic
tim of little David was a pygmy in
comparison with Og, king of Bashau.
Og was 23,033 cubits In height
(nearly six miles). Ho used to drink
water from tho clouds. When ho nto
a fish he toasted It by holding it be
fore tho orb of the sun. Ho asked
Noah to tako him Into the nrk, but
Noah refused. Whon the flood "Was
at Its deepest it did not. rench to the
knees of this giant. Og lived 3,000
years, and thon ho was slain by tho
hand of Moses. Moses himself was
1C feet high. Og's mother was Ennc.
a daugther of Adam. Her fingers
were a yard long, and on each she
had two sharp nails. Sha was de
voured by wild beasts. Of course, all
this Is from tho rabbis. And 1 pre
sume to say tho tradition in tho origin
of Jack tho Giant Kfllcr. N. Y. Press.
lEast Buffalo, N. Y April 23. Cat
tic Reclpts 25 ,head; market fairly
actlvo and steady.
iVcal Calves Receipts 100; market
actlvo and firm. Top veals, 7
7.25; cull to fair, 3. CO 0.25.
Sheep and' lambs-Jlecclpts 10.000;
lambs actlvo, lOo higher. Sheep,
slow and steady; wool Iambs, 7
8.75; clipped lambs, 7.30 7.00;
yoarlluys, 7 S; wethers, 0.C0 7;
owes, 5.75 S G.C5; mixed sheep, (! Q
0.50; culls, 3 5.
Hogs Receipts 2,530 head; markot
active, 10 15c higher. Yorkers,
7.05 7.10; pigs, 0.90 7; mixed
packing 7.05 7.10; heavies, COO
7.10; roughs 0 CIO; stags, -1.90
UNION STOCK YARDS.
, Union Stock Yards, 111k., April
-.. laitiu ji'cui)is .ijUiiu; osu
iiilteii fyy WeilpefeiUiy 18,000; mar
ket sleutlyj' prime beev.es,) fi,H0 0
3,05; Qovl'" To , miudiuui, l.!25 (ij)
;!.-Cattlu-JU'cuii)ts Il.OtlU; csli
5.50';' Blockers; and" lTccdttitt li.00
H.; cows and IiuiIuim ,'J
40; csniiuivs 1.7f u 'J.H0; Tu.vnns.
25 and fi.
Hois Receipts 12,000; CBtiunalod
for Wednesday 20.000: markot 2
1-2 Co higher; light 0,50
0.7u; tough 0.35 0.50; mixed
0.50 and 0.75; -heavy 0.55
0.72 1-2; pic 0,05 0.05.
Slicep-Uccoihis 14,000; estimat
ed for Wednesday 18,000; market
frioudy; lOo lower; native 6lioop
1,75 Q 7J western sheep" D.'2C 0
U.)0; native lambs 0.75 Q 8.7G;
Wt-Hteni Iambs G.7G 8(80,
, Daily Market Report
The amount of money yon
havo lost by keeping your
sparo rooms vacant so long.
A largo sum is it not? Make
up your mind that you will
lo.(0 money no longer in thla
way-. Havo your ad inserted
in Tho Mirror for a week,
which will cost you 60 cents.
VTour room will then be
rented. Cheap commission to
pay, is it not?
riiono ads to No. I either
WANTED Experienced girl for gen
eral housework; no children, no
washing, good wages, houso clean
ing done. Apply 22(J S. Greenwood
WANTKD-Coutractors to lay cement
sidewalk. Inquire at once at J.
W. Clark's real cstato office.
nirnt, tliou. ih'tallrrunutouiMk-mx-lilncrv, HWv.n
rrirnc-(l on ornamental Iron Murk.stao.rhlrf dmftA
m'n with rallmail eniwrlrnc-. 4W. kooU all armiml
Ktnutuai man (or railroad woik, 9ift), inci-tianicai
draftnnan Irollinc mill and Maul furnace ewHen-M
luv-32.'iiUi two lor wiu-hlionnl nnrk.tlftto. nil thuo
now oiiriiandmanTotlim. Kiillnnrlicularnfrieltxou
call or writ,- naiodajrtt&ting aip-. eiucrleiuv.itc.
HAPGOODS line. i Brain Brokers.
H.l.'i tttlllninaiHi llldu.. drwliunl
1123 Park Building, Pittsburg.
WANTHI) family washing to do at
the house or at home. Also houso
cleaning. Call or address at CIS
Hast farming St. -l-23-r.L
WiANTKD -Situation by an experi
enced nurse. Wages, $5.00 per
week. Address Mrs. Grace, 010
Mlddlctown St., Bucyrus, Ohio.
fOH 8ALE-A No. 8 cook stove,
good as new, coal or wood. Just
half price, CC9 E. Church, or ad.
dress S., care Mlrrof. tf
FOR SALE On", seven room house
on Kics avenue, two soven room
houses on Biimett fitrct, ono sev.
eu room house on Nye street, one
bis room houso on Nyo street, ono
six room house on Glad street.
Cash or cosy payments. Call Cit
izens phone 311, Dell fi02 x or
inquire of L. 11. LcLaudcr.
LOSTA gold watch, seven Jeweled,
engraved Hunters case, stem wind,
lever set and patent movement,
without ring. Leave at Mirror of
fice and receive reward.
LOST-A ring with "J. L. S., ChrisU
mas '05" engraved inside. Finder
please return to J. L, Smuckcr,
and reeelvo reward. l-22-2tpd
MOVING AND TRANSFER.
Wo can movo anything movable.
Transler work in our specially.
Citiy.cii.s Phono 700. Boll 17!) K.
PHIL KNICKLE-Clly dray ami
transfer. .Moving n specialty. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Call Citizens
phono 17SD. -i.lO.lmocodp
WANTED Boarders at 010 Silver
Street, third houso cast of leader
A.UCTIONEERING-J. W. Clark
will cry saloa of every description
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your Interest Is my
luterest. Oftico rooms, Court street.
Both phones, Marlon, Ohio.
7-8c hijjlior; Jluy wWrJ be
tween 77 r-S urn! 78 7-8: onenunr
nt 77 5-8 and dosing nt 78 !)-l;
.Inly between SO 1-1 nd SI 1-2;
opening at 80 1-2 ami closing at
SI. l-l; No-. 2 red winter 70 l-l
mid 70 1-2.
Cord l-l (' l-2 higher; Way
sold between -17 5-8 nud 48 .'1-8;
opening ul- -17 fi-8 and elosing at
18 1-4; July between 48 and -IS
3-1; opening: at 48 1-8 and dosing
at-48 0-8; No. yellow 40 3-1 (tt
Oats-1.8 di) 1-1 o aiiglior; Jfay
wld between 43 1-4 nud 43 7-8:
opening at 43 j-i nnd closing nt
43 3-4; July between 40 1-2 nnd
ti -t-b; opening at 40 1-2 and clos
ing at 41; N). 2 wliito 43 3-1
Toledo', April" 23.-Wboal-CtisU
SO; May SO 1-2 j July 83 1-4; .Sep-
July 40 5-S; 6oitombor 50 1-2.
CHASE REAL ESTATE CO.
1. Hbuso 7 rooms, barn, 3 BQUaliree
Court House; bargain; $2000.
2. Houso, 7 rooms, good, nearly
modern; 3 days only; $2500.
3. Houso, 7 rootns, Bhado, lot
GGxlG5; paved St.; bargain; ,$2250.
4. House, five rooms, bart, firsts
1. House, 5 rooms; tyxbjtfl&l
near Prcndcrgusfs jhdm'o'wlNI.
fi. Honse 7 rooms. fimVtcntral
location; cheap; $2500"
C. House, ne rooms, very cen
tral; fine location and investment;
7. Houso, 14 rooina; Idt 110x175;
modern; for one week; $10,000. -,
M. B. CHASE, Managir
7 rooms S. Grand Avenue .. $1900
G rooms S. Grand Avenuo .. $1900
G rooms N. Grand Avenuo ..$1550
7 rooms N. Grand Avenue. $1650
7 rooms Scffncr Avenuo .... $1550
G rooms Blaine Avenuo .... $1760
7 rooms Boulevard $1750
7 rooms Boulevard $1700
G rooms Mound St $1450
7 rooms Mound street $1550
7 rooms Nyo sfarcct $1350
7 rooms Nyo sTrcct $1400
7 rooms BenncH street .... $1400
G rooms Bennett street .... $1250
G rooms Bcnnct street .... $1300
G rooms Blaine Avenue .... $1800
7 rooms Boulevard Ave. .. $1900
H. E. CARPENTER & CO.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
110 1-2 South Main St.
Homo Phone 1502 Bell 48
Office with Fred W. Peters.
This is the seventeenth year lima
Business College has becu in suc
cessful operation in the city of
Lima. It is now ono of the larg-
jest privato schools in the west.
Many a young man points wit
pride to the fact that he is gradu
ate of Lima Business College.
Many a .successful .business nun
owes his success to the thorough
buincss training he received there
..Seventeen years of successful ef
fort as a business college is bo
mean record. Seventeen years of
steady growth, of a business doub
led twice in that time means that
it lias merited what it has gained;
that it has met the requirements of
a modern business age; that it has
turned out students who have suc
cessfully held tho positions furnish
ed to them; that it has established
a record for honesty and Fquare
dealing; that it i3 recognized as one
of Ohio's best institution of
learning. Bookkeeping tr Short
hand course $30.
For information, address,
H. W. PEARS President
I CAN SELL
Your Real Estate or Business
No Matter Whoro Locatod.
Properties and Business ef all kinds
sold quickly for cash in all parts
of the United States. Don't wait.,
Writo today describing what yon
have to sell and give cask price en
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Seal Es
tate anywhere at any price writ
mo your requirements. I can save
you time and monoy.
DAVID 1. TAFF,
THE LAND HAN. ,,
415 Kansas Avonua
ll 7-S; September ,1(1 1-1.
Cloer.seed-t'a.sli 11.00; April
S.00; October 7.50; December 7.35
prima al.siko 7.50.
Prime lijnoUiv 2,15. ;
Kyo-No. 1 "71; No. 2, 00;-No
3. 05. ' .
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CJiicagv, April 23. .UuUer nuj-s,
eggs mid poullrv easier." ' '(
KtfisB-Extras IS 1-1: iimls '15
3-J; prime liixls 10 r'l -1".
Putlor-Kxtras in creamery 32;
i'iiKls 20 and 31 .
Cheese Twins 13 14; younjj
Aniericnfi 14 nnd 15.
Live .ppultry Turkeys, bens, 12:
chiekoiiK, TiT'iis, 12; ducks 141-2
geese, ,per dozen $5 and .$?,
NEW YORK PRODUOE.' '
Now York, April 23. Eggs-w
Uei'ulj)l 28,700; clioico. . htcadyt
noarliy white .fancy 20; do oxtri
mixod 18 1-2 () 11); western' cxr
tro fi-mls 17.1-2; do firsta lil
nhd 17; southern Id T"2' arid' ifl-
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