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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1907
PAGE SEVEtt
LOTS ARE SELLING LIKE HOT
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Beautiful
Park
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The most beautiful
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STRAWBERRIES
LETTUCE
RADISHES, rod ;md
ONIONS
NEW BEETS
ASPARAGUS
SPINACH
RHUBARB
NEW CABBAGE
TOMATOES
7 DELIVERIES
whlto
IL ?J C) ?LjP Bh
GROCER.
Cor. State ft Center 8ta.
Both Phones
N.E.
OHAS. TURNER & 00.
havo for Saturday.
?'ancy Lady Thompson Strawberries
10c per quart.
Fancy Nfcw Potatoes COc per pk,
gome grown Spinach,
omo grown Lettuce.
Homo grown Asparagus. , ,
Fancy Tomatoes.
Fancy Cucumbers.
Fancy. Bananas. x .,
Fancy Sweet Oranges.
"Fancy Ripo Pino Apples.
Fancy Radishes.
Fancy Green Onions.
Fancy Now Boots. v
Fresh Meats. All kind of good
cuts.
FANCY GROCERIES.
Clias. Turner & Co
-nz
ME ADVANTAGE
OF THE
And 4&V&.40 to 50 cents on
the dollar. Only one more
day. Ii will close Satur
day, Hay 25, at 10:30 p. nr
N AT THE
CONSUMERS WnOlESAlB
GROCERY
vWin,T,w RlHwi 1174 Hell S17 1
y, 0. 0. A. Intldlug.
St?
.
J - ' t 1 TO MIMllllll. 1 mill a
mill
'Bargain Salt
M
A 4.
I
Coma Out Quick and! Gmt Youk
LODGE
' Marion Office
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Personals
Mr. Frank Little, or Silver Street,
left this morning for West Point,
Ohio, whore ho will mako his future
home.
Miss Grace Denmnn, of South Stato
street, left this morning for Obcrlln,
Ohio, to bo tho guest of MlfcB Mmy
Young.
COMPLEXION SECRETS
Only Ouo Way to Secure n Clear
Skin.
fu most Inslntioos a had complex,
ion Is duo to neglect of tho Httlo
things In llfo Uiat are csscutlnl to
natural beauty. All manner of sug
gestions have been offered by skin
specialists, but all agree that . tho
only suie way to seetiro a clear,
healthy complexion Is to conform
closely ns po&slble to tho laws of
natuio. To preserve your fresh,
ucs and beauty, you should llvo sim
ply, take plonty of outdoor oxcrclso,
lrlnlc quantities of wator and ho
careful of your diet. Remember,
too, that beauty Is i good dcnl moro
than skin deep. It Is blood dcop,
ami depends also upon your liver,
your kldnoys and tho activity of your
bowels. For noaily two years now.
thoy have been tolling tho ladles of
tho beneficial offects that Laxnkola
Tonic Tablets have on tho skin.
Tho principal ingredients In them
are cascarin and dandelion and ev
ery doctor knows that theso rem.
cdlog start tho liver going, dilvo
out impurities, oncourago tho ac
tion of tho Iwwols and help clear
up tho complexion.
Flotvkcn'g Drug Sloio will gladly
pay your 25 conUi back it these lit. I
tlo tablets fair to thoroughly bono. I
ii you
12.11fritf
REV. MOORE IS CHARGED
WITH FORG1KU CHECKS
Bollefontalne, O,, May 24iItov, A,
L. Moore, the Episcopal rector who
recently ombracod tho Catjiollo faith,
Is uudor nrrost hero, charged with
forging cheeks for $150.
Who Peoples Baud will glvo, public
concerts both morning ana nftornb'on
pn Sunday (visitor's day) ntTncaii;
llful"anrHoli Park on ICat -Center
Ik. I ff I ",
INo.uusmess uono ouiuuuay,.j;" - jfr.a,
i v
home sites
50c to
& CO.,
with Lippincott Bros., over
Open Every Evening Until 8:30
LOTS SOLD TO WHITE
McOLAIN'S THE HEADQUART
ERS FOR GAS RANGES,
if you wish to nice jour i'l lends
you will fi'iiil them atteiiiliiiy tiic
demonstration at, McClniu'b tomor
row allot noon mill u ouiu;. It
Daily Market Report
EAST BUFFALO.
Hiifct IJullalo, N. V., May 2-1.-t'nttlu
Keceipln !() lie.idj miiikct
hleady, ilcnmii'1 liht.
Veal enlw.i - ltecuntl.., 2JOO liu.id;
iiMikcl acini' ut n quarter high
er. Top ealrt 8 ((i 8.2."; oull to
lair .'l.7.r) () 7.23.
.Slieoji niiil laiulis' lioueipts 7,
100 IumiI; nun ItUt .irlixo niiil Hti'ady
t'lioVu linuliv S (d S.'J.'i; cull to
rail- li.'J.") (ii 7.75; uniliui 7
7.JI.1; 'llin (I. 'J.') ((' (i.7ri; owes
.r).''o (i0 C).i't; uiiM-d Klu'op f.7u Q
u; 'iiil siiey li.uii 0$ 'l.fiU.
H'0!p-i?1ccwpth lO.'OO head;
niaikct slow, .r (ii 10o lower. Pigs,
joikei.s; mixed and medium hoga
,.7o (.i (1.80; heavy cndt (J. CO
(1.75; louglis 5.1)0 (ii (I; htiiga '1.00
(i0 5.
UNION STOCK YARDS.
Union Stock Vault), Ills, May 21.
Cattlo iKecclptu 1.G00; estimated 'for
tomorrow 300; mniket Bteady; priino
iieiivos, 5.5(1 (3) fi.50; poor to nicl
luin ,l.;i.r (Q) 5.10; stoekcrs and
rcedeis. 2.8.1 qp &.15, cows and holt-oi-s,
2.!)0 0 5 50; c.iniiors, 1.S0
2 85; Texans -1.10 i .'SO .
illogs -Receipts 27,000; estimate,! for
tomonow. 17,000; market G 10c
lower; light, 0;2( C.15; rough G.90
0 10; mixed (i.15 S0. 15; heavy.
(1.15 0.32 1-2; pigs, G.80 C.10.
Sheop ueeoipts 0,000; estimated
ror tomorrow, 2,000; market strong
to 10c hlghor; nativo sheop, 4. B0 0
0.10; ucMorii nhcop, 1.50 0,35;
natlTO lambs, .50 S 8,70; western
Jamba, li.no 8.80.
OL
inovoianu, May zr. hokb-
i i r
'"-ifccolpla
10 cars, BhlpmcntH 1,000;
lower
Yorkors, 0.00, . mcdiuiiid andihoavlos,
0.45; best pigs, 0,(,0; stags and rough
1.60 5.80.
Calves Receipts 300 head; strong.
Gqid to oxtra, 7.50 7.75; fair to
go(.o, 7 7.50; hear Mid thin, 5
0. T
Sheep and lnmbs 'Itooolpts 2 cars;
hlghor. Good to choico wethors. G
Jo 25; choico owes, G.EO 5.75:. fair
ito good. 1.50 G.2fi: oulls und com-
man 3 I; choico yoarilngs, 7.1(0,
S; fair to good. 5.G0 7.25; RooiPfo
'ixt.ra Imnha, 0 (fjnil;- raI-to;Bi5il,i 7
in Marion for only $2 down and then only
$1 a
America
CUtlo Itecolpts 3 enra; strong, un
changed. PITT3BURC
Plttsbuiv. Pa.. May 21. Cattle-
Supply light; market Mca'dy. Choico
5J0 C; prime 5 70 5.80; good
5.10 5.05; tidy butchers, G.30
5.50; fair, 1.75 5.25, choico heif
ers, 1.75 5.25; common to fair
heifers. I 1.50; bulls 2.50 5;
fat cows, 2.50 I 50. good froah
cows and Bprlugcrs, $35 $50; com
mon to fnlr, $25 $'to
Sheep und lambs Supply fair;' mar
ket steady, Prime wethers, 0.15
0.23; good mixed, 5 bo CllO; fair
mixed, 5.50 5.75, t nils and com
mon. 2.50 I; Iambi. 5 7.85;
spring Iambs, (!' 9.50; veal calves
7.50 8.10; heavy and thln.J.CO
5.
llogH-Uecoiptf) 25 doubleif.ockH; mnr
l(et slow and lower. I'rlmo' heavy
hogs, (i.0"; mediums i.0,7 0.70;
heavy orkcrs, light jorkors and
plgb, 0.70; roughs, 5 ? 5.75; stags,
I HP 1.1U.
CHICAGO GRAIN.
Chicago,
May -M. -Wlieat-1-8
(7? 7-8c Mp lo 1-Sf off; May
cln-od at !)" 1-1; Jul MU1 'between
1)7 5-S and 1.01; openiu' at OS
!l-l dud chwing at 00 $1; Sep
101111)11 lielwcon OH 7 s and .j-1.02
1-2; I'lmuingn t II 00 J-l; nud
-lo-,iug at -fl.00 .Vs. No. 2 ml
iultr i)7 OS 1-2.
Corn Unelianged lo .1-8 (Jtj fi-So
liigher; "Jlny closed ul ,11; July
sold between 52 1-1 and.5'1 1-1;
opening- at 52 .1-2 and closing at 52
52 7-S; (SoplonibiT bin ween 52 I)-S
and 5: J-2; opl'iung at 5.'J and
vlfleiug at 511 1-1. No. 3 yellow 5!I
(c 54.
O.ith-n-Se up to I v off;-, May
cIomh! nt 47 5-8; July sold bo
tweuii 40 J-2 ami 17 J-l; oponiug
ul 4(1 1-y and, eluhins a. 47 U-8j
Sfptotiiljur ImlUopii .'IS 5-8 and .10
5-8; npuniug hi .'10 1 s ,uid closing
at 3!) 1; No. 2 while 47 $ 48.
P ov'niujjb-- AVet i'nielionally
lowcrj .July pioduclh i.iugel: Poik
1(1.32 Jt-2 and 10.05; laid 0.02 1-2
und 0.12 1.-2: libs 8.77 1-2 and
u on ' - 3 1
J UU
TOLEDO GRAHT. ,
Toledo, 0,,May 2 1. -Wheat Cash
and Mny 98; July 99; September,
$1.00 3-4.
Corn -Cash and May RG 3-4; July,
T0 3-1; Septombor Ct 1-2.
0.itsash and May 1G 1-2; July,
40 3-4) Soptumbor 39 1-8.
' K3Iokr8cC(WXsli 9.25; Odlolqp
8.07 12; uecemuer nnu Jiarcn, .8,02
1-2; prlmo nlnlko, R.00; prlmo tim
othy. 2.25. '
HjtHNovl, v8l-l2j-No, 2, 80j4No
wee
9
s
Great
Kleinmaiers'
PEOPLE ONLY
BOSTON WOOL.
Itobtou, May 21. Tho Cammei
cial Ihilletiu will say tomorrow:
"Tho wool market is cpiieler
than for two weeks. A demand for
I'toio Australian is reported, but no
ljugo tMiist'ei-s aio m.ulo public.
Tho Mii)iiu'iits of wool fmi Bos
Ion lo ..May 23 inclu.sho, nccoiding
to llm fiinio aulhoiity nio 115,077,
001 pounds mgainsl 00,280; 012
pounds at tho mi no time last year.
Tho receipts to May 23, inclusive
aio 101,748,212 pounds against
102,74'I,3S8 pounds tlio hnmu poiiod
lasl je.ir."
NEW YOltK PRODUCE.
Now Yoik, ;May 21. lluttor-Ue-elpls
0.507 packages; linn. Creamery
extra, 21 21 1-2; llrsts 22 1-2 23;
bliile dairy tubs ilnest 2,'t 1-2 21;
Imitation ete.imery tlrsls 21 22;
factory llrsltt 22.
Dggs UoLlpts 19,117 liaekagcs. linn.
Ncaiby while fancy 19; extra mixed
18; western firsts 1G 1G 1-2; south
ern, 15 1G. ' '
CHICAGO PRODUCE.
Chicago. Ills., May 2I.-Kggs
Uxtras 17. tlrsts 11; pilnio firsts 15.
nutter. otian In creamery 23; llrsts
21 2J. Poultry Turkoys, 11; chlck
nes, hoiis, 12 1-2; ducks 13; geese,
$5 $7 per dozen.
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Tho amount of monoy yon I
I hayo ldst by keoping your i
nparo rooni3 vacant so long. ;
A largo sum is it not? Mako
up your mind that yon will 2
loso monoy no longor in this J
way. Have your ad inscrtod '2
in Tho Mirrpr for. a wcolc, i
Tt)it1i will rnnf. vnu 1.0 nnnfa
which will cost you GO conts
t your room will thon bo
; rented.4 Cheap commission to
pay, is it not?
i Phono ads to No. S ither ;
f phono. ;
:
HELP WANTED
WAOTHl) SaloHtnau to travel and
soil lots. Good salury to rlglit iygn.
(Address (stating huslnops ex-per-ehce)
O. N. Lodge, PllBrihi ftln,,
farttrlon.r 6-223
Ghoioo
rfotneMakers
Clothing Store.
WANTED Manager for branch offiic
Wo wish to locate heio. Adilreba
with i-cfereuce, the Morris Wholo
B.ile Uoiibc. Cincinnati, Ohio
5-23-lm
FOR RENT
FITIINISHKD KOOMS-Ono oi
1st and ono on 2nd floor. Baih j
and all modem conveniences, j
u.l liluiiio Avciuio. tt
I.Til? TM'M'i Ifitiiun in n-nti.t Avr,,.!.,,
b uav lywii II1MIIOU V'it UIU1IU, (ItVVllllWy
?7.oo por month. Phono 83
0-U-U C'UPI.IjAND X. IIARTUAM.
FOR IU3NT-A sK room house, drilled I
well and cistern and gas. Call
CItlons phono 12S7. fi-18-tt
KOU RENT Ono or two rurnlsheil
looms. Impilio at 101 E.U)t Center
Ktreiil. 5-2-Gt
WANTED Furnished mom on Proh
jicKt street , near Shaw lot. limbic
bed and ml. Pi halo lCHlilewe
Failles .lesliablo. Addiebs l- P.
Mlnnelli, Gen. Delivery.
C-23-3tpd
FOR KENT-Two rooms suitabliTfoT
a dressmaker. Innulip at 100
South Grand Avenue.
5-22-Gteod
FOR SALE
FOU SALE A Typewriter, good as
now. Hero "s an opportunity to got
a machine- at a low prlco. C. M.
Ueckot. Phono 1337. 4-21-tf
FOU SALE' A good lilvlng horBo,
city bioko; albo lubber tlio buggy
und harness. Will sell nt a bar
gain If bold soon. Inquire or E.
Kicks, bluckbinlth, 111 E. Church
Street. 5-21-0t
MOVING AND TRANSFER.
KpADDOciv"
HRnTin
DDDnn
y
hMwmJtC-
Wo can movo nuj thing movalilo
niWer woik in our spncially.
iious Phono 700. Hell 170 K.
Pill I KNIOKLE-C'lty day iinT
transfer. Moving a specialty. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Call C.'tlzenB
phono 1785, 4.16.1moeodp
AUCTIONEERS
UOTIONEERING-J. W. Olart
will cry sales of every description
nt reasonable rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed, Your Interest I3 mj
Interest. Offlco rooms, Court street,
Unth phnn9, Marlon OhMt
S-8-lt
7nnn
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WMSS
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Extraordinary Shoe Sale
Tho most extraordinary
sale that ever took place in
Marion. You will find values
offered positively astonish
ing. $3. HO and $1 shoes at $1.08.
SALE 10 DAYS ONLY.
!
I ! I. IB. HAYFJ8R CO.,
I 2I2W. (.' uti i
Tin.' Uluck
,H
I CAN SELL
If our Real Estate or Buslnes
No Matter Whoro Located.
Properties and Business pf all kinds
sold quickly for cash in all part
of tho United States. Don't wait.,
Write today doscriblng what yon
havo to sell and givi cash pries ob
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real En
tato anywhoro at any price wrib
mo your requirements. I can s&vi
you time and money.
I) AVI I) P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avonuo
rOPEKA. KANBAB.
SEVENTEEN YEARS
OF
SUCCESSFUL WORK
This is the seventeenth year Lima.
Business College has bcou in suc
cessful operation in tho city of
Lima. It is now ono of tho larg
est prlvato schools in tho west.
Many a young man points with
prido.to tho fact that ha Is gradu
ate of Lima Business Oollcgo,
Many a .successful .business man
owes his success to tho thorough
buincss training ho received thoiro"
. . Seventeen years of succcuaf nl' ef
fort as a business college is no'
mean record. Sovcutcon years of
6tcady growth, of a business donb
led twico in that time means that
it has mcritod what it has gained;
that it has mot tho requirements of
a modern business age; that it has
turned out students who havo sue-
Icessfully held tho positions furnish
- ted to them; that it has established
fa record for honeaty wdTauan
dealing; that it is recognized as one
of Ohio's bcBt Institution of
learning. Bookkooping tr Short
hand courso $30.
For information, address, '.
H. W. PIIARS Preaidoul
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