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THE .MARION DAILY kllfeOK, THURSDAY, MXY -h 0," 1307 ,
TOM i m
1 V"T- i!fc 6S
iqSnog sAemiv '
H ma m am
Now $1.10 at All Grocers
Try a. stick we know you
will be pleased. The
best flour for. the money
in Marion. Made and
Marion Milling &
130 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Prof. Frederic Berryman,
Teacher of Voice and
Studio 400 E. Church cor. Vino
DR. C, G. SMITH,
Office and residence 594 Was
Center. Office hour 7:30 to 10:3
a. m., 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. Citizen
: Qtiecialiat on diseases af children
XK the Season
$1.25 TOLEDO $1.25
y ROUND TRIP
$1.7,5 . DETROIT $1.75
V ri. AND SUGAR ISLAND PARK
Sunday, May 12.
. "Special train' loavoa' Marlon 7:05
'i A i -Mr "Returning boat leaves De
troit '5:00 P. M. Special train
ikayM Toledo, Magnolia StM,0:00
i mEmkmkUikii II Ml I If
'joddwM jo Xdop uwg t
jo ajBiwS IWSWi
Hoqjjeia'ipwBois jnos won
!IISU0J JOJ ApWmJJu Y
AMao aa c ioiiodiv
l11111'" 'tnl ! ''hi
I It It Generally believed Unit the
j roft'Blicllod ecK occaslonully laid by
tlio liftu Imliie to deficiency of llmo In
j tlio food. Some expuilments carried
out at the experiment station In Kan
j bub, however, seoin to Indicate that
i this Is not the right explanation. It
lather uppears to bo a case of arrest
ed development duo to nervous shock,
and to be analogous to nbortlon In
mammals. Soft-shelled orcs were laid
at the experiment station by henB sub
jected to nervous excitement. p And It
wu.S shown that on an ordinary diet
a hen's normal system contains
enoijsh lime for the shells of flvo or
six eggs.. If llmo Is withheld, then,
after laying these flvo or six eggs the
hen will cease laying. JJut If llmo In
limited qiUnitlty be given tho hen lays
eggs In pioportlon to tho amount
given, though the shells, on Investi
gation, aro found to be somewhat thin
Famous Brigand Dead,
Corslcans are mourning the death
of tho bilgnnd chief Uellacoscla. of
whom they ate almost as pioud us of
Napoleon. His roal name was An
lonla Uouelll. In consequence of a
vendetta he and his brother Jacob
were compelled to seek safety In the
mountains. For 48 years they terror
ized the country, going from province
to province, and all offoits of the
government to capture theui were un
availing. In 1892, uged and broken
down, Dellncoscla voluntarily dollv
eied himself Into the hands of Jus
tlce. So gieat was tho national ad
miration of his bold exploits that tho
couits ut AJacclo acquitted him, but
tho pollcevexpellod him, and he. Bought
n homo In Marseilles. Ho could not
endure his exile more ihan a lew
months and secretly leturued to ond
his days In the wilds of Coislca.
"Remember," said the man
loves trite sayings, "the euily
catches' tho worm."
"My dear Hlr," answered tho profes
sor, "this proverb, like many others, la
misleading... It Is often undesirable to
be early. For instance, tho mound
builders were the earliest people of
wnom wo nave any knowledge on this
continent. Yet from, tho modern point
of view their situation Is entirely dis
advantageous." Washington jstar.
Value of Enthusiasm, x
Tho word enth'ualusni leally means
iwssesslon by a god. Tho trait ltBelf
belongs to what We call our better
solves. And whether it 1b an elevated
and noble excitement In pursuit of
some 6bject, or the ardent response
to Bomo high pleasure which has
kindled the Imagination, the effect Is
the saino, the uplifting of human n
Owns Much Rich Land,
Henry Hewitt Is the richest man
west of tho itocky mountains. Ho was
the. founder of the town of Everett,
Wash., and laid out the oilglnul town
site. It is only a city of 20,000.' Mr.
jHewltt owons 13.000 acres of Iron land
in Michigan and Wisconsin aud 2,500
imm In tl.n at I-...M. .. , .
..wvn " mo .uiaouio iron range in
Right to Happiness,
When happiness Is ofteied at the
same Instant to two people; wheu
they aro sure It Is happiness, knock
ing at their doors, they have always
the. light to Join hands anditniow" the
doors wjdo open, grenUf they know
happiness la only fojng to glance In,
stop for a moment,' an4 ttawi ps oa.
Tha Duel. ' . -
HVUIA-ttm ,, -
i w f 'mm: . . ,
0e! Did ye ovr mnko yir pitcher In Hi'
Tiimbllii linrk'nnlq with a siiIcKit an
Pint upon th" snow drift's lirfnMV
lillo j'pp ma ex. "I'll 1m IiU-hI
I'.f Hint hoy don't ki'tch IiIn duntlil"
rAllln" yo nil out o' liroath,
"Como i lKht In lien)!"
rionh! Did yo uvor mnlic yor pitcher In
l'rlnlln' from yor old coon cup clean to
Sink In nlmost 'l)oe yer hi nil,
Jest eyjcncl.ly llkf ma's lied;
Willie th' snow, till down cr neck,
Ner licthcrn ve n ht',
BccniiBo fa fun!
nt! Didn't eei mnko yer pitcher In
(nil ..tin .. I.... ......... ...( .
rnn't tell what of Joy you've missed, now
1 Jest linow
THE APPLE BLOOMjsL
a., a uun.it ' il1' J
Dainty Miss Apple Bloom,
Bathed In thy sweet perfume, ,
Why do you blush? ,
Blossoms with beauties blent,
Aura most redolent,
Wherefore thy flush?
s there some lover nigh,
Beaming with tender eye, .
Earnest but, meek?
Is It the wind that fans,
Or yet the sun that tans, '
Red on thy cheek? " ,
"Ah, nol" the blossom is Id.
Shaking her pretty head;
"'TIs not for him I
J . r t UQ I ."' .
.',.'. xi .-vsr't" : ,""",,, ."i , si-i
a ' -
?5 ! A:
Makes yer red cor-pus-Mca pure
CourBO It docsl II doeq for Btirnt,
Drives uwny tli' Krlp-iuid ( toiip
.lent fikudndillcH with n wlioop,
.Mnnt seated V dciittit
Weill '"Did yo over innke yer pitcher In
Thus scz t to staler Sue n week ago.
Then alio up and tried It too'
Mister! how th' snow drift Howl
Clot Into her shoes mi' head
Now she's dien'ful sick In hod
Jest like n ghl!
Buy! Cllrls enn't, mnko much of a ptlcher
not n' 'tall:
Don't look notliln' like a human whoi'
Taln't Kot Icrh 'er nuns completo
Jest a srent hlir hlotch, iin' feet!
Takes a. hoy, with rhiKln' shout,
. . t. . J ... ...II ... ....
Kiillln' down nil sprmldlcd out.
T' mnke snow pltchcis!
But here within my shade
Once came a man nnd maid,
Under this limb! .. .
"Be mine, sweetheart," he said
Flushed then her cheeks with' red,
Red as the rosel
Softly, with shy caress,
Answered thb maiden,' "Yes,
Yours, 'til the closel"
"Stole I my lady's blush,
Pilfered her plighting flush,
On twig above! r ' '
Now when men look at me,
They In my petals see
Blushes of love I''
. " I fTim ii tv i--r . A
THE BEAUTY OF VENEZUELA.
It Is of a Type all Its Own In Contrasts
iThn beauty of the country Ik tho
fiist and most lasting Impression. To
natch glltnpse3 at every tutu In the
valleys or cloudy peaks, or when on
Urn mountain sldo'to see thmiigh the
llmpht ulr valley after valley helwoeh
the pt Meeting hills, to hrenthn litis
(lure air, to know that summer Is al
most peipetual -he Is only hnlf it man
who does not for a moment foiget the
needs of civilization In the Intoxica
tion of primitive nature. Tho loveli
ness of Venezucln Is something differ
ent from that of the Audu.ni innr;ci
fin ther west mill south; It In more
tropical, and tho mountains do not rise
in tho height In which tho sonsei aro
stilled by grandeui ; nor Is there found
ro near the equator that ruggednoss or
gloom or solemnity which Is ono fea
ture of tho Rockies, It Is a beauty of
mote human type, which can be en
Joyed most when wo know that man
lias his ubodo Unite. The Andes, the
Alps or the Hoeklea are bold nuil nils-
leie; they need no life; llfo Is not
meant for them; hut such contrasts
and chungui us nro constantly pre
sented to the ejo in theso softened
landscapes aro more exquisite when
mail Is pottering about on tho Bin face,
trying to Imagine that be Is of some
leal Importance on thu eaitli. Tho
WHEN SENTENCE IS DEATH.
Various Torms of Capital Punishment
the World Over.
. . i
A coircBpondent la desirous to know
which Is tho most common foun cnii
ployed In thu cnriylng out of the.
death sentence. Tho probability' is
that most people, if asked, would at
once say tho gallowa; yet this Is far
fiom being tJie case.
Tho fauulto iiioilu appears to bo tho
guillotine, which Is employed publicly
In Kianee, Ilelglum, Doninaik, Ifnn
oer and two cantons of Hwltzeiland:
ii ml privately In riavnrla, Saxony and
also In two cantons of Swltreiland.
Tho cheery gallows comes next In
the i mining nnd Is favored public!; In
Austria, Portugal and Russia; aud jirl
ately In (heat lliltnlii and the United
Klntes of Amotion.
Death by the sword obtains In 15
cnulniiH in Swlteiland; In China aud
Russia publicly; and In Piussla pri
vately. Kcuador, Oldenburg and Rus
bI.i liiive adopted the miiHket, all pub
llcly; wlillu In China they have sti ang
ulation by tho coid, und In Spain tho
gairote, both public; and In Brunswick
death by tho ax, ami by tho electilc
chair in New York..
In Italy there Is no capital punish
ment. Chicken Obstlhacy.
Ai'ollce couit Btoiy which Is said
to ll'uBtiate "this1 lu'dlffdience of the
siMM.ige chlcki'ii to good advices" was
told lecontly nt Kingston., Imglniul,
'when!! cuiti'i" 7iis ehitiged with sti'.il
lug a fowl.
"I am guilty of Btenllng thu fowl,"
admitted tlio prisoner, "it was eating
tho corn ' out of my liorsti'u nosegay
nnd-1 ?ald to It, 'If you don't go awaj
I'll make' uu,' and titruck It with tho
whip, When I baw-lt was deitd I pin
it In. tho i agon; I .didn't know who
owned It.-", ,
"I Judge t w-as tlu chlcHcn's fault,'
'oilinrkQil tho pioseuutor, "and I'll not
iues3 the ohurjje ajiliist the man"
Daily Market Report
L'.t llutftilo, X. Y., 3Iay 9.
( utile - Receipts 100; liiuikat steady
tinilo mlit. ;
'ii caves Receipts 1700; uotivo
J.h' lnghua'. Top vciw fi . 2.1 7.2o;
cull to l'n'li' !l.o 7.
Sin qi ami li.mbs Receipts (l,0oi;
iwtiM' anil JOe higher. Choioo
liimbb 7,7(" (ti 7.S."i; cull to fair
(i.'J.'! i 7.071 : vein 1 in 3 (J..")0 ()
7: wetheisll.2o: owes ."i.27i (o) 5.50
ii.i.Kcl hlict'pko.,")0 Qi 5.7.T; enll
oheep 2..')0 iP 4.25.
Hog". -Receipts :t,l)0; fairly nc
fie; htemlv to env; yoikois (1.75
C' (.&(; jiijisi (I. SO & 0.S5; mix
ex! and mediums 0.75; heavy fi.fiO
fVp 0.70, roujilis 5.!)0 fi 0; stags
4.00 (d 5.
UNION STOCK YARDS.
"lliumi Stock YniiN, 111., Utiy 0.
C'nttlo- Iiceelpts (1,500; entunnteil
lor .Fiidaj ,000; markel steady;
jitiMie beeves-5.45 ft? (1.45; poor to
medium 4. .10 (u 5. .15; stoekcrs anil
.IWIujh 2ift5 (it 5.10; emvs nnd
hoifeuj 2.00 ( 5.50; eiuinors 1.80
(w 2.85; Toxaiis 4.10 ftT 4.75.
Hois-Receipts 21,000; cstiinated
lur -Friiliiy 18,000; maiket sti'on'gor;
lisjlit 0-.25 fti 0.52- 1-2; wuijjh 11.10
fti (1. 25-, ini,id 5,25 (1.50;
heavy "O.M (n (1.45; pJg 5.1)0
Sheen)-Receipts' 12,000; estimat
ed Cur .Fiiilny (1,000; inaikof tcndy
10c lower; palivo slieop 4.50 (a)
(i.70; wesloni slice 4.75 (a) 0.70;
native liwnhs 0.(10 8.00; western
lambs 0v7i" fti 8.70.
Toledo. .Jlnv I). -Wheat-Cash
h5 1-2; May 85 1-2; July 80 7-8;
September 88 H-S,
(Vru-Culh 52 1-2; May o2 1-2;
Jrly 51 1-1;' Sepfombor 51 7r8..
Oals-C'aslu 45 Wj-MayS 3-4;
dulv 43 3-1; Sep)cinbor30 3-4.
, Rye-No. 1, 75ti JJoJ
The amount of money yon
have lost by keeping your
sparo rooms vacant so long.
A largo sum is It not? Make
up your mind that yon will
loso money no longer In this
way. Have your ad inserted
in Tho Mirror for a week,
which will cost yon CO cents,
ifonr room will then be
rented. Cheap commission to
pay, Is It not?
Phono ads to No. I either
VANTRI)-A good girl to do gen
eral housework. Mr.i. John Dart
rum, South Stnto street. licit phono
sr.fi-L, or rail 83 on cither phono.
WANTIOIJ A young- mnii ami nho
a lady cleilt who tins hnd some
e.purioiiee. Apply nt 1). H.
(loodsclls. ' 5-8-1 L"
WANTHD Paper hangers nnd"palii'l
ers at once at the Ohls Decorating
company. . fi-O-lt
W'ANTBD Chamburmnld nnd pastry
took at Motel Marlon.
MKN AND HOYS VANTJ5D-l'o
learn plumbing or brlckluylng trade,
pays $5 to $8 day; great demand
for graduates; position guaranteed;
.1 months completes practical In
struction; no books wv.tA. ,'reo
calaloguo. Coyno Plumbing and
bricklaying school, St Louis, Mo
SGCURE A GOOD POSITION
l7 writing ui Iwlit II yon Iimu itUII riHf noc n J
CAnw'IlK1'. Iiavv fnmiy opi-nlnR. tliut trill tiirrly
Inltml iou, Reti.'ritlottlluli'.ililiKriillilo'rravK-M'ivn
woMtl,ill,t j-ouhk nifn vrliumu Kixlilduf Uptelutilii
lotti lint cIam ulemineu Chanon for aihanf tnent un
llmlil. 1-o.ltlon. opt,n for eiwrlucnl Salwinpti JL
B!f. Mtn.nra at IH-lv) Iinu u loiluv ntlu
potltlond.lrrl Ottlw. In Itiltlr.
MAPGOODS Unci Brain Brokers.
5.13 Wllllaiu.oii llldv. lilrtelaua
1123 Park Building, Pittsburg.
WANTUD Cat pets to clean. We
call for your carpot, clean and rc
tumo It In good shape. N. Ij.
Lindsay, Franronla Avenue. Cit
izens phono 2 on 031. 6-9-1 2tptl
.WANTKD To haul awny your old
rubbish, .folin 13. Austin, Brynnt
St. C!tl7oiiH Phone, 2-r.23.
I'OR RENT- A 5 room house, nowly
papered and painted. Oood well
ninl elsttern, on Herr street. in
quire at Consumers Wholesale Groc
ery, Y. M. C. A. nhlg. Both
rTHNJSHKIJ ROOMS-One , on
1st and ono op 2nd floor. Hath
and nil modern conveniences.
113 ISlnino Aumno. tC
Foil UI:nt iHou&e on Oratul Avenue,
$7.fi0 per month. Phono S3,.
C-O-tf OOPBLANl) & BAIlTUAAr.
UTCTIONEERINO-J. W. Clark
will cry sales of every description
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your interest Is my
Interest. Offico rooms, Court stret.
Both phones. Marlon, Ohio.
IAKXI A NOTH-ot ON Wngk ol
your own which yon would Ilka to
"turn Into "loney" and tkea tan
a little private atryrtlilni cam-
TOR SALE A Typewriter, good as
now.. Horo "s un opportunity lo get
a machine at a low prtco. C. M.
Bccket. Phone 1337. 4-24-tt
MOVING AND TRANSFER.
Wo can move nnylliing movable.
Transfer work in our Bpecialty.
Citizens Phono 700. Boll 170 K.
Clovoiweed Cash 8.!)0; Octoner
7.50; December 7.55; Match 7.00,
Prime ulsiku, 7,05.
Prima' timothy 2.20.
t'liieno, May l).-Wheat-l 1-S
(i? i Me liteher; iMnV sold botweuu
82 5-8 mid S3 :J4; opening at 82
5-8 and cloini' sit, 8,3 3-S; July
between 85 apil 8(lrl-8; opening, nt
5 ami Ylosiiijr .it '80 i Ni. 2 red
wliitfti' 81 1-2 (if 85. 4
Coin 3-8 ft? 3-4o hi$rlior: fay
sold.. bet veil 40 3"-S ' iiiid 4()v 7-8;'
eneiiinir nt 4!) 1-2 and clos.ng nt
II) 7-8; July "between 411 5-8 nnd
50; opening at 41) .5-8 ami closing
at 50: No. 3 yellow 49 1-2 (!) 50.
Oats-1-S 3-8e bolterl "May
sold between 44 5-8 nnd 45 1-8;
cpeninir at 44 3-4 and 'closing at
45 1-8: July between 43 and 43
J-S; oneuiuf? at 43 and' Closing at
43 l-4j To, a whit9 45 1- ( 4,,
Cheapest Property In MirilH
Houbo, seven rooms, west afdfl
boulevard between Center and Go
lttmbla, only $10.50.
Now house, ft rooms, collar, on
Blaine avenue, $2,000. .-,
Fine house, modern, very central,
olio boit in the city, on Stato nt.,
House, 7 rooms, lot 0(1x105, paVod
htrcot, fino shade, $2000. t
Cheap little home, house, barn,
fllio location, $1800.
a room it ottno and barn, central,
Farm, 75 acres black land. 800tt
buildings, orchard, well fenced arid
tiled; cheap; near a good town in
Htr'ctly modorn rcsidonco proper
ty on Center street price and terms
CHASE REAL ESTATE CO.
The Season's Greatest Demand
for tho Homo is Now Un
Perhaps you can bo supplied from
8 rooms Blnino Ave., furnace $2,000
7 rooms Boulovard Ave. .. $1,750
0 rooms Blaine Ave $1,750
7 rooms Boulovard Ave. .. $1,900
7 rooms Boulevard Ave. .. $1,700
7 tooms Church ntreet cast $3,000
8 rooms Oherry St. south barn
7 rooms S. Main St $3,200
8 rooms Mt. Vernon Avo. modern
roonm Summit St., near Mt.
0 rooniB Bla'me Avnnuo .. $1,800
8 rooms Olney Avo $2,400
0 rooms Herr St $1,400
7 rooms Nye street 31)350
7 rooms Bonnet 'tSt $1,450
0 rooms filad St S1.3G0
0 rooms Glad St $1,150
5 rooms Bennott St $1,300
0 rooms Bennett St $l,2fJ0
7 rooms Mound St $1G50
7 rooms Grand Avcnui .... $1,000
Homes on easy payments.
H. E. CARPENTER & CO.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
110 1-2 South Main St.
Home Phono 1G02 Bell 28
Offico with Fred W. Petors.
This is the seventeenth year Lima
Business College has been in mc
cessful operation in the city of
Lima, It is now one of the larf
est private schools in the welt.
Many a young man points witk
prido to tho fact that ne is gradu
ate of Lima Business College!
Many a .successful .business man
owes his success to the thorough
buincss training he received there
..Seventeen years of successful ef
fort as a business college is no
moan record. Sovontcen years of
steady growth, of a business doub
led twice in that tlmo means that
it has merited what it has gained
that it has met the reanlrements of
a modern business age; that it baa
turned out students who have suc
cessfully held tho positions ftirnishi
cu to tnem; that it has established
a record for honesty and pqnar
deallnz; that it Is recognized as one
of Ohio's best institutions of
learning. Bookkeeping tr Short
hand courso $30.
For information, address,
H. W. PEARS President
I CAN SELL
Your Roal Estate or Business
No Matter Where Located.
Properties and Business ef oil kiaia
sold quickly for cash in all parti
of the United States. Den't wait.)
Write today describing what jroi
have to sell and give cash price wri
IF YOU WANT TO 1UT
any kind of Business or Xeal le
tate anywhoro at any price writ
me your requirements. I can saTfl
you time and monoy.
DAVID 1. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN. 1
416 Knnsaa Avenue
u ,, , ,
tCk' eland, May !). Hogs 30
eiiitfr hliipmcnts 1,")00 head; lovorj
nil graile (1.(10; stags nnd roughs
Calves '300 hendj sternly on gooa
lrvcr m common; good to o.xtrn
(1.75; fuV to good 5.75 0.25.
-Rlieopmnd -lambs 5 .cars, steady.
Cn UbA-8 cm.s, steady.
' CHICAGO PRODUCE.
Chiragci, "Mnv 0- IWinr wcalcj
eggs fii-m; poultry uiiclinngCHl. But
ir, oxfuii in creamery, 25; firsis
20 fj? 23. Eggs, extras 10; iirats
11; rrlmo fii-sts 17. Poultry. Tur
hdvsHaj cliiekmis- 13 f ducks K.
Sjrit Jer ilpzeu .5 .$7.
;iEW (ORK PRODUCE.
Now Yoik, May 0'.-E&?-nj-coipls
21.092; fiun; ileai'bW w'hiQ
i'anev 21; .lo extra mixed ljl9 j 3,-3
(a) 20; weslorn firsts lSj'wxouliern
10 1-2 18. , , J
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