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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, IRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1C07.
TAPE SEVEN, j
I a ireiHber of tho club. Tho mem
bers ot the club went to Dclawnro
jfBterdny nttcrnoon and returned this
morn'jr.g. Tho guests of Misa Crltchct
wcro ailssc iKthel aCirausc; Mljldrod
Leffier, Pearl Choncy, Mabel Anthony
Selm. and Mctn Marx, Gertrude Craig
nnd Mrs. Donald Hamilton.
AT BALTUFF'S STORE.
TO LOAN Munev -In sums of $30
to $1000. S. K. Hauhauscr.
moving: and transfer. t
I LOCAL I
I EVENTS J
IX CAUSPS, THREE TUMORS TO
DISAPPEAR' ASIF BY MAGIC
Theiargcst and Most Unsightly
Goitre in Marlon Entirely Ab.
sorbed by the Boy
Who Alto Cured the Same Lady of
Aggravated Case of Stomach
Trouble, and Ncrvouo
It f either evidence ot the usloulbh
lng stccess of the Boy Phenomenon
In curing thoso who have tried all
xthor nwt(hods wiltklout relief , was
ivantlP&, dt has certainly been fur.
nlohcd In abundance the paBt two
weeks for hardly a slnglo day ban
passco. but some especially rcmark
ablo euro of chronic dlbcascs which
bod riflstod all other form of treat
ment ihavo ibcon made. Whllo ovory
patient cured, conaldcrs thole caso a
ifllraolrf, there nro somo that 'are
truly deserving the name "niarvcl
ona." On? or two lu particular, of lata
a,cccn cures that ihavo evoked no
much" surprlso and bewilderment and
0rD7O't oonjcluslvcly ithak magnetism
triumphed after all othor romodics
and iinvtbo&g had failed, was thatt of
Mrs. "William Gregory who had thrco
iargo, seataUo and! distinct tumora
en the- neck, which lmd not only dls.
figure 1 an otherwlso handsome wo
man for years, but had bejrun Dress
ing on tho windpipe, eo that It was
with the grcaltost difficulty aho could
oat, and caused iutenso pain ovcry
t'Jvw aho awallowcd.
It) yinx only a matter of weeks or
at best, montlis, -when the great
"weigh: and rapid Inward growth
would strangle her to dealtb, and
wnllo every otuo- treatment had fail
ed t. bcnoflt her, and sho was al.
most discouraged, and had lost faith
in cviTjthlng, atlH, her condition was
s- bot'ious that something had Xo be
done, and that quickly. So without
any ftlth, but hoping against hope,
on Jljy 30 bbo was brought to the
oH(co of tho Boy Phenomenon at tho
'.Majestic hotel and began trcatmont.
Vestciday she -was discharged, a
happj woman, with not a vlstago of
that uufdfijktly sodtro left. Only )a
small, looso fold of skin to show
what .bad two weeks before boon a
13-1 pound, tumor.
W- .Ano,,'cr mso of an unsightly and
i Cgantlr Boieiro, which will won bo
entirely absorbed Is that of Miss
lAMilr Vuhm, who in Ouo woek
more will havo as happy a story to
tell in Mrs. Gregory ,as It is fast dtu
appcanjig. Mrs Maybcrry also luid boon nf
Wctoil iwttih a goitre below tho chin
for snen years and hcr friends wore
recently surprised to see her on the
otwctJ -wearing a collar, which Bho
was ivnablo to do ibofore Bho began
tteatment. Her goltro wna of Jm
mend slzo, but, It has been reduced
rearly four lucres since alio began
treatii'fnt. Sim has gained eight
pounds in weight and says bIiq fools
like a now woman, and can't Bay
cnpur i tn Jicr praiso of the Boy
lie not only cures such cases as
tie ntovo, but nearly all chronic
diabase yjcld fo his magnetic jwwor
v copcc.illy such as Catarrh, Bronchitis
Varfcofele, Neuralgia, Nervous Debl!--Ity
Diabetes, Tropotoncy, JJpliepsy,
Tumor? J?rapay, Nervous ProstraUon,
Iilscan p,o. DeHcato Nnturo, Dcaf-
1,cf? &ai$feJ?J8l0ns. Bladder Dlsor
Jora, ,ffius,in , JSar. Rheumatism,
Wgnjoli, Caii-jPamiysja. Asthma,
I4lW omIfa.irororutii, TKJdncy
Trpjrbhfl, (Dysiwpsla, and all Stomaoh
Disorders, 'Pllqs, Astigmatism and
nearly all Eyo Titiblo3 and many
other Chronic Diseases,
fill ofco hours at the Majestic
Hotel nro from 10 n. m. to G . m.
dally except tho Sabbath and 7 to 8
Women Fond of Tea.
A London doqtor, lec'turjnfr al(). U
iltUselQri to tell a dyspeptic wottjan
tyity drink te. Tho prjly thing to
4p .w$ to gjve, hor som harmleas
j 0ff In h bottle lo bo taken every
thre hquri, vJth stlrlot InrtrticUatlb
M sln wan not to have any tea Mr
foUr IiDUiA before or faur homa ahur
Edwnrd Cook, oged 75, ot LaUuc.j
was placed in .the couuty Infirmary
Wriitim C. DIckcrson, U10 man
who recently pleaded guilty ou tho
charg' of horeo slcallug, was taken
to th? Mansfield reformatory Friday
by Sicrlff Drown.
Funi-ral Ben'Ices over the re
niaini of Aire. Samuol Hain' woro
held a ihei residence yesterday af
ternoon nt ono o'clock. Tho remains
wore placed in tho vault at Marion
The Library board did not meet last
night owing; to tho inability of the
rrchl'tot fm chargo of tho new library
building, to- bo present at tho meet
ing. It has been arranged to hold tho
meeting, next Thursday night.
Mr. R. W. Johnson, residing south
of Green Camp and one of tho best
known farmers liv tho couuty lies in
a vcy critical condition ibelug a
vfctl'i- of quick consumption. The
attending physician entertain but lit
tle hope for his recovery.
The schools of Calvary Evangelical
Sunday school will meet for rehear
sal foi tho Children's Day program
Snturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. liv
ely one taking part in tho program
h ejected to bo present. Sunday
will be Children's day.
Mrs. F. M. Warner Displays
Coolness of Nerve.
Unuble to Stop Team, the Animals
are Steered Into a Dray on
West Center Street.
An exciting runaway oceuircd 011
West Center sheet near tho Hock
ing Valley tracks about 5:30 o'clock
Thursday evening in which Mrs.
!P. M. Wnenor of .south of, tho city
was tho central tiguro.
Mrs. Warner was driving a team
of crnf,'t horsca to a heavy form
Sviigon and was homeward bound
when tlie thrilling feccue was enact
ed. While crossing- the Pennsylva
nia tracks the team became fright
ened nt a switch cngino and' broko
into it inn. When Mrs. Warner rc
aKf.cd that she could not check the
speed of tho animals she devoted
her attention to steering them. Tho
shops had just tJmt down and the
streets wero alive with woikmen,'
adding much to tho danger of, tho
Seeing Hint Mio could no longor
keep up I ho mad nice Mrs. Warner
ulcered the tenm towurd 11 heavy
dray, into which thoy iplungcd nt
nlinoM top speed, Tho horse woio
bolh thrown to, tho ground and
scores of people hurried to tho spot
expecting to fJnfl Mrs. Warner
livunplcd beneath tho animals' fc"et.
Miraculously, however, bho escaped
in jury. Tho dray was badly dnm
aged but tho Iioioch woio only
It Avasi duo lo Maw. Wnrnee'rt
ability in handling Imrecs that the
runaway did not icsult hi loss of
Jifo. With the hkill of tlm chanot
eoe t.ie hi cured the mad tenm over
I the erowded streets, and displaying
.uumiiwujiu uurvu, uruugui 1110 irngIC
&ceno to ft clofee without disastrous
Mrs. Warner was born and raised
011 a ranch :li Kansas, and in hor
younger days boio tho reputation
of being tho leading horsewoman
ill central Kansas.
Tim moinliceu' ot tho Sigma Dolta
eorcr'i". worn entertained after a
-JlIfi'MUfii fashion at 'the homo bf
Ilss liomilc Pinyard on John street
yesier.'ny aftonnoon. Tlie hours from
3,to Ti 'wero pleasanitly passed at
embredery avoj-':, coupled with var
ious social diversions. 'A dainty
lUncheon bonvo'l by tho hostess was
MIsj inosullo Strclitz of TOutli
l'losrtcl street will ibe liostss to tho
wrority at Mb next meotlng.
Mt4 Gertrude Gibson, of" Pleasant
street Ontortalnod the 'members of tho
Q, It C. S. last might. A numbor
of tcoklntg ejtporlmeUts woro con
ducted during the early part of tho
oyonli'fi and tiio romolnder was spent
Boolully. Dlyhb relreshmonts wbro
sorvoi'i by tire hostess.
Tho cjub will tnqtvb uoxt month
With Mlsa Moltter of Chon-y street.
Th'e TSntrKotm wero nntorfaintvd nt
DoMnrw yoatorday nfternoo and
Hcjtcrlugjior. boji$o , guest, Miss
.arportcr-of-llockford Illinois. Mlsa
f?Pl1 Cheney pleasantly entertained
nt a. town party, nt Imr.homo on Mt.
Vornor. Avchu"ycsfcciy, afternoon.
The principal nodal feature of tho
occasion won Brldgo Whist nt (which
tliero was twelve tables. Tho first"
honor" -were awarded to Mrs. Frank
A concluding feature was an ele
gant curto dinner served at C o'clock.
At libe home on Quarry street
Mis, Fny GompC was very pleasant
ly surprised by a party of fifteen
friends lost night. The evening was
M)cnt nt games and music. 1A11 el
egant tlirce-cour.se luncheon was
served by the hostess.
Will be Taken From the Custody of
Tlu authorities have decided to
take the children of Mrs. John Davis
of Wlison avenue In charge. Mrs.
Davis Is UiC widow of John Davis,
who committed suicido about two
JTho children nro now sick from
measles and mumps, und as soon as
they recover, they will bo taken by
the jutlhoritles. ' Tho four smaller
children will probably be sent to
tho AVaddel homo and tho oldest girl,
aged 16, will bo sent either to the
count Infirmary or tho stato InUltu
llou for tho feeble minded.
It hns been decided by tho auth
otitic, that tho notions ot MJ.
!Davi since her husband's death -lo
rot wcrrant leaving tho children with
Miss Glsdys 'Porter Uses Keroceno
to Light Fire.
Gladys Porter, tho thirteen year
old dcughler of Mr. and Mrs. M.
A. FtTtcr of Green Camp was' In.
Jured lr. a kerosene oxplosion ocour--Ing
a', licr hbmo at 7:30 o'clock
Whllf pouitlng kerosene in a cook
stove In an effort to Ignlto tho flro
an explosion resulted itho young lady
boins badly burned albout tho faco
and hatds 'by tho flames. Dr. Free
of Green Camp was summoned nnd
rendcied necessary surgical attoa
tlon Tho burns although very pain
ful u re not of a serious nature.
WAS NOT TO BE TAKEN IN.
Good Wife Remembered Instruction!
to Be Careful.
."Thero nio sllll a fow honest inon
loft In tho wotld," said J. J. Hill at a
banquot In Now York. "It Is well to bo
cautious, but wo should not suspect
everybody. If wo aro too suspicious
we mako ourselves absurd. I worked
, In St. Paul In my youth nnd thoy still
tell there about an old farmer and his
vllo who started for St. Paul on a
visit, llofoio tho coupio sot off thoy
wero cautioned repeatedly by their
frlonds to bow aro of tho St. PasJ
sharpers. Thoy ropllcd Unit they
would keep tholr oyes open. And they
started on tholr Journey with n norr
oiis determination to look out far
sharpers and confidence men. Well,
ono tho way tho old farmor got off at a
junction to buy somo lunch and tho
trnln went off without him. It was
a terrible mishap. Tho last ho saw
ot his wife sho wns craning out of tho
car window shouting something re
proachful at him which ho could not
hear on account of tho noise of tho
train. It happened that an express
train came along a few nflnutes Inter.
Tho old farmer boarded tho exptesa
and beat his wlfo to St. Paul by near
ly an hour. Ho was waiting for her
at tho stntion when sho arrived. Ho
1 an up to hor and belzcd hor vallso.
'Well, Jane,' ho said, 'I'm glad to boo
yo again. I thought wo was separated
for good.' But tho old lady Jorked tho
vallso from him indignantly. 'No, yo
don't, Mr, Sharpor,' sho cried. 'I left
my husband at the Junction. Don't bo
eomln' any of yor coufldenco tricks ou
mo or I'll call a pollcoman.'"
THE EyER.nEApVijUjip. ,
, I ., li , 1 il It ll Kill ) . H
No jTlch,at iAllti,9..Majo,fc,CUtomer
j ,. Vht Mmarited,,! v
William Barclay Parsons, tho oni
Slnoer, Is a foo to scamped work, and
at a recent dlnnor ho said: J
"That man Is itlo$t unwise who,trle
to get his work dono cheaply. Choaji
work cau always bo secured, but tho
-quality of such work Is on Us faco"
Jtr. Parsons, shilling, Interrupted
himself to toll a story.
"Thero was a man," ho said, "who
entered a dairy and asked how much
tho milk wtiB,
" 'Ton cohts a quart, sir,' the young
teoniah behind tho courtier answered.
"The man looked dlaajipblntdd.
"Haven't you got any for six cents r
"MrV Mid llu young wriuinn; 'hill,'
silo amlod, 'ivo can soon nfauo you
- 6? VI ,- About Vic
At vo when work linn icnucd It Rrlml
And yielded tcnplto to IIh IuiIkM.
Damo Plensuro beckons with hor wnml
To check tho mm! world In Its night
Then Kather flockwlse round tlm door
The "nattvos" nt tho vlllnso Btoro!
They loaf upon decrepit rhnlrs,
Or balnnce nimbly on n box.
While others seek tho rmhstono perch
And runtlcnto upon the roclt-.
Then "Captain Bosbb" ho goto the
And edlflcR tho village store!
There's Clark und Jones, and Willie
And sovernl moldera from "tlm works";
Tho city marshal Jojns tho bunch,
Likewise tho urocer nnd his clerks,
Then "General" Wood ho lets 'or soar
In front of Ualturf's lllnee storo!
There' loud BUffinv ,nnd hoodrd nulpi
Fortcndlne Jokes thai hnve been sprung
To agitato somo hapless wight,
At, whom tho Javelin' N nuntr
.Tor everything ltill(noivn-and inore-
GIT YO' GUN.
By Byron Williams.
Johnnie, git yo' gun,
An' come on f il' wnodat
Ooitn git Komn eutln'
An' retu'n wit il' goods! M
Bqulrrc) nin a-pocklp'
Krom oht a" dnt ciotch;
Kf ho tiln't a tarernjji
o's a-gwlne git cotch!
On a bnss-a-wood tree;
... .... 1 ... ... 1...
j.y j-iiunH i iMiiKiu u
tlnl . ...lll.. ! i..l 1-
o.l lb vu.llll . IIIU
Bnl Johnny, git ynf
1 An' tonm on f ir,'w,
GntifLalL Hiiniu rnthi
aol1ii!;5lLiimo cntlnV 'tT
An" Tetu'li wit d' gnodBl'y.
IftXtA . v
l'hensatil hiii a diummln
lmd' linllah an' dell, , .
Qtlall, In il' open, '' ,
Ih u.nluglng All's wclll"
Out In iV stulihlei ".
D' wll chick bliioIh! , c
ITear dat ii-Ncieotchpwt,
A-hootln' him liooisl, '
Down 'lonp V bit) mi
Vhar do shltepoko pipe,
ThaiB whnr 1 glt-n
Uom big Jack snlpol
Kllldces am little ."
Ap' dey ain't wuf much
Ttathah B.ivii miih powUnh ,
Dail to shoot at a-KUti
In a butteimlt trqo
Hhttah look out
I'll be glttcn it-hol
City fellah's luiiitlu
All nVer it' flcH,
lilinno W'lmi o ro
T Rlt du, U i6U , .
Diillno whm to lln' ,,
,lrlhbiii nn.', '
Hliiimi imniii ,
, -mmumtm my.mmsimmatSe
IlitltUIT's village atorel
Thou Hlailc ho 'lows tho corn will fall.
Which ploniptn Ol' Orandnd Hurr to
"Th crops Is looltlu' mighty well,
for which wo rtll th' Lord Bhnuld bloi "
TIipii hIIoiico roprlmnndH tho bma
Who "fcees things" nt tho village
Tho govprnmont Ih groomed and spanked
And made to stand up prim und
"lodge" Hnller, stopping1 for somo plug
Discusses "pints" of town and ntnlo
Ills honor rules on benches four.
Yet deigns to nrguo at tho Btore.
Thoy sit and spit und smoko their pipes.
(!rno strategists nnd sparkling wits;
Rome hit tho rrnrlcn and othcis don't,
Yet every man ho sits and split
Whllo tlmo floats to tho other shore
And datknes.i hides tho lllngo store
Old grocery shop, no lino m et.
MM palaces of stone nnd steel:
And somo day wo will Bit and spit
lleslde thy frngtant onion peel
"lust lestln" nt tho open door
Of that old, corner, lllngo store.
What All know bca't """I
Uminn whnr d' buea
Am ii-makln' V honoy i
Ilui ilnt nin' funny;
I'aln' 'Blun Katuio
When Bho whispers u-stlll,
Lnlho Alt du when
I henra inali mil
Ootta know how
An' l' luivo n shu'p car
When d' winds iley wlilspah,
HI i' douo kwIiio u-heart
All of rlem olccs
Am a tnlkin' I' mol
Job' lulko Ah loV 'cm
Johnny, git yo" gim,
An' cnuio on t' it' wooilsl
Ootta git somo ontln'
An' rotu'n wlf d' goodot
niiiiiiiuiii h r iiimo
Yhpn tu, li)il, ,11111
Uit Ah llkeli Jiiy ,
in diUida'h 'tflni
(iumiiiah'H l illmo ''', '' '
' i rinn
Wiul"1"' ' "
aii gits my gun '
An' Ah hlkoa right out
Whar d' hiiow urn ilqepos'
An' l' trees nm stout;
An' Ah tills my gun
rriini my id' cow's horn;
An' Ah rdtH Mister -Coon.
Jes' ns buio us yo' born!
Kottln heah a-droamln"
Donn git no Krtmol
lleltuli vo,U8o up
An' pu'suo dat same; "
IV Dlnah'll bo lobktn'
1" Eomothln' t' cook,
V.n' Ah dun hotlnli hurry
Ui Ah dun git Blmokl
Ah'd lallio I' Hloop
Whur d' sim-l()v'H glow
Jen' sleep nil' hiooIq
While d' sot' wlndH blow
But IVa iwJn git hu't
H( Ah i loan luko udo,
For Ah gotta git game
IVo a llsht ot IV moon I
Tho amount of money yon
havo lost by keeping your
sparo rooms vacant so long.
A largo" sum is it nat? Mako
up your mind that you will
loso monoy no longor in this
way. Havo your ad Inserted
in Tho Mirror for a week,
which will cost you 60 cents.
Your room will then be
rented. Cheap commission to
pay, is it not?
Phono ads to No. I altbtr
WANTUD Manager for branch offico.
Wo wish to locate hero. Address
with reference, tho Morris Whole
salo House. Cincinnati, Ohio.
WANi'IIt) Wnllrcw at Hotel Majes
tic Call nt once. C-7-3t
WAN'I CD All kinds ot sewiiiR to. do.
No 115 W. Columbia Street.
FUllNISIllJl) UOOMS-Ono op
1st nnd ouo on 2nd floor. Bath
nnd nil modem conveniences.
III! Maine. Avcnuo. t
'-OJI UCNT House on Oraud Avenue,
J7.R0 per month. Phono 83.
G-!Mf COPKbAND & BAUTItAM.
FOR HUNT A now C room lioiibe on
Sugar street, a new 7 room house
on Nye street, and a now 7 room
house on KIcs Avenue. See Ji. H.
DoUauder, David St. Citizens Phono
311. Uell phone, G02 x.
FOR UIONT I'tiriilshcd rooms with
lK).ird. All liiodern coineulciR-eH.
Call at 138 O.ik Sheet. C-r.-Ut
FOR SAI,10 A Typewriter, good as
now. Hero "s an opportunity to get
a machine at a low price. C. M.
Ucckct. Phone 1337. 4-21-tt
FO It SAM; A Star gas burner, good"
as now. GCU IJ. Chuich St. Tclc
phono 1191. tf
JLUCTIONEERING-J. W. Clark
will cry sales of ever7 description
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your interest la mj
Interest. Office rooms, Court street.
Bolk phones. Marlon Ohio.
Cas Uuffalo, N. Y.. Juno 7 C.tl
lle HiteiptB 2U0; active and Bteady.
Vcu' and oalcs Receipts 2,500;
active and 25e higher; closing lower.
Top ceils. H & S.CiO; cull to fair
.1 7.r. i 7.7G.
Shcci and lambs Receipts 0,000;
Mow and easier for Ihhv'js; sheep ac
tive und firm. Clolco Iumb3 8.6G
s sr.; i nil to fair (i fj 8.F0; yearling
7 (if) 7.7.'. vvothew fi.CO Cv 7; ewes
."i.fiO si C; mixed Hheup'G.7C tl C.2.ri;
lull Sheep 2.f.0 tp 1.7G.
Hoffc Recr IplH 11.1)1)0; unuive; G
10c Un, cr. Yoikeia, pigs, mixed and
hciivb1 U.IG li.GO; roughs G.'IO
5.00, Btugn I. CO G? 1 DO.
UNION STOCK YARDS.
Un'oi. Stock Ysirtts, Ills., .Time 7.
Caltl- Receipts 1,000; estimated for
.i.ituid.iy S00. market steady! prima
beovcH ri.iiS ti.7.ri; poor to me
dium ' GO fi-til); stockcrs and feed-
era 3 G.20; cows and heifers 3,!)t)
(e G.'iO; ciiuncrs 1.7G 2.7G; Tomhih
1.23 vf r.
Iloi-i JlccoJiila 23,000, efctiumted Tor
Atturday 115,000; maikct Go higher;
liglll (i 05 Of fi.35; lough G.S0 (Si) 0 05.
mlxatl !. 10 Q) fi.r.0; .heavy C.iO
C 27 --2; pigs G.7G ffp fi.30.
Slu'tp-Rcceipts 7,000; cRtimatcil for
Saturlay L',000; maikot slow, steady.
Natl e bliecp l.r0 0.00; wobtoru
8lico, 1.75 fi,8G; niitlvo Iambs 0.G0
iff 8. ft'; western' lambs O.GO 0 8. CO.
Cluvokilwr, ( ,Tiino V. Hogs Ro-c,elpl-
70; shipments 1,000; lower.
Yoikcr G.3G; uicdliiiiiK nnd heavlcn
li.ilO; biHt pigs ii.35; hIuhl and roughs
Cali-'Rccelit8 201) head; ito.uly.
Sheej) and lambs Rocoipla fi cars;
Cnttlir-iUeLcipla (i cars; bteady,
PJluburg, Pa., Juno 7. Cattle
Supply light ;inarkot Bteady. Cliolco
0.25 Q O.GO; prlmo 0 0.20; good
5.05 fr 5.90; tidy butefhors G.60
fi 70 fair 1.90 5 10;
Bhcci and lumbs Supply fair: mar-
hot ltady on "slioop and lambs weak.
Prllii" wotlioi"S 0.00 (5) 0.80! good
mixed 0.30 (i O.GOj fair mixed 5.80 I
0,25; oulls and common 3 4. GO;
lnmihs o 0 R.r.O; ir-i-Jng lamia C ffi
9.60, veal calvc- 7,60 7 76; lteto
Daily Market Report,
Wo can movo anylhinp; movable.
Transfer work in our specialty.
Citizens Phono 700. Bell 170 K.
PHIL- KNICKLH-CIty d'ay and
transfer. Moving a specialty. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Call Citizen"
phone 178G. 4JC.lmocodp
i CAN SELL
Your Real Estate or Buslnos
No Mattor Whoro Locntod.
Properties and Business f all kinds
sold quickly for cask in all parti
of tho United States. Don't wait.
Write today describing what yo
have to aell and riva cask price ea
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Xal I
tato anywhere at any price wrib
me your requirements. I cut iTi
you time and money.
DAVID P. TAPP,
THE LAND MAN.
4-15 Kansas- Avonuo
This Is tho seventeenth year Lima
Business Collego haa been in suc
cessful operation in tho city of
Lima. It is now cno of the larg
est privato schools in the wast.
Many a young man points witk
prido to tho fact that tie is gradu
ate of Lima Business College,
Many a .successful .business man
owes his success to the thorough
buincss training he received thoro
..Seventeen years of successful ef
fort a3 a business college is no
mean record. Seventeen years of
steady growth, of a business doub
led twico in that timo means that
,it has merited what it has gained;
fliafr Via TYinf li rArtiilramAntfl ff
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a modern Business ago; mat it nas
turned out students who have suc
cessfully held tho positions furnish
ed to them; that it has established
a record for honesty and quare
dealing; that it is recognized as one
of Ohio's best institution of
learning. Bookkeeping ex Short
hand courso $30.
For information, address,
H. W. PEARS President
Hof Receipts 10 doublcdccks;
niailti-i Mow. Hie lower on heavy
grades and 15 to 20c lower on light
gmdcH Prline heavy 0.30; other
Ki-ade, 0.10; roughs G & G,'10; btagn
Chicago, June 7.-Whcat-7 8
l-lo lower; .Inly Mild between ()." I!-
und IKS. opening: al llti -.S and clos
ing: at !)(!; Septeinbur between
(IS 1-S and .fl.OO .'1-8, iijieiiinjr at
!)S o-8 and ehiMiig at 1)3 1-1 J No.
2 led winter nominal.
Corn l-k;t-Se lower; .Inly sold
between 5!) fi-b and M l-'J, opining
ut Til 1-1 niul elosmg at fill ;t-'l;
September belweeu fVl fl-8 and
.")! l-i, tupoiiuij; at fil 1-1 and clos
ing nl f:i .ri-S; No. :i ydllow 5-1 1-2..
Oats fi-h ut .'I 1-Se lower; July
Mild between il l-l and -17 3-1,
opening ut 17 l-'i and closin-; a;
II :i-S; Septelnlior between 37 1-1
and 38 :i-. opening ut ,'18 J -2 mid
clobiiijr ut 37 3-S; No. 2 -while at
17 l-2j IS.
Toledo, (.)., .limn 7 Wheal Cash
IKI I-1; July 0(1 1-2; Seplcinbor
OS 1-2; December -il .00 3-1.
Cum -Cash .rKi; Julv Tm 1-1; Sep
tember .rM 1-2; December f2 1-2.
Oath-t'ahh 17; July -111; Sep
tember r'17 .r)-f.
I'lovorseed r ash .-r!).3(); October
fS.21); Deeoiubor and March $8.10;
punio alsiko ifS: iii-ilno tiinolby
$2 . 3.1
Hju-uNo. 1 81 1.2;' No. 280j
Ko. 3 77. -"'J a
NEW SfORK PRODUCE.
Nimv York, Juno 7.-Uuttor Roi
cdpl.4 7,301; choice nlcady. Croaniery
extra 21 Pi! 25; btato dairy tubs, fin
est 21; imitation creamery firsts 21
Of 21 1-2; factory firsts 20 1-2.
13gSf-IUeclpta 20,050; fairly oc-. .
tlvo. Nearby wlilto fancy 18 1-2 W
19; do extra, mixed 17 1-2 Q 18;
wWBtcrn fluts 15 1-2 10; BOUthcnr
11 1-S 15 1-2.
Clr.wjso. Juniei7. Duttor firm: eJrca
.and iullry wik
iBultor Ex-Iraa lu creamery 23;'
ifh - MW 21 22 1-2,
Ug&i'Hx.lrais 10 1-2; flrota 13 X-Qj
prinio firsts 14 12.
Poultry Turkoyn. hotin 11: ehlok-i
.cha. him 12 1-2: dllcka 13: kSbo na
(last BJfihtbyvMl0UW'CritcliMt7wiufl 'JSSKU
auuj'xum'iUV SK B.utK inozon'!,& M $7.