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DISAPPEAR AS IF BY MAGIC
The Ltugeat ana Most Unsightly
Goitre Id Marlon Entirely Ab.
) sorted by ttie Boy
Who Also Cured the Same Lady of
Aggravated Case of Stomuch
f Trouble, and NeryouQ
if farther evldenco of tho astonlslt
lng mcoess of tlie Hoy Phenomenon
lro curing those who have tried all
oiling Tn4)lihotls wllbjout, Tollef, was
wantlrfi, It lias certainly been fur.
njshed In abundance the past two
weeks fo"r hardly a single day has
passeo but Borne especially remark
table cure of chronic diseases which
had nyistod: all othor form of treat
ment! ihavA been made. While ovory
jfttfcnV cured, considers their case a
roiraolt'; there aro some that are
truly deserving the name "marvel
ous.,'.' Oh) Or two In particular, of hla
ecep cures that ilia-vo ovolred eo
much surprise and bewilderment anil
ptmot oonclaislvfily ithrt magnetism
tllitmphed after all other remedies
tlfl'd nulhodg had failed, was thatt of
MHs. William Gregory who had three
la'rfce, separate and distinct tumors
ih'th neck, which bad not only dls.
frlghrol ait otherwise handsome wo.
fnnSi for years, but bad begun pross
ltK on he windpipe, so that It was
tolth the grealltost difficulty aho could
eat and caused' Intense pain every
t'toe she swallowed.
'It "was only a matter of weeks or
At'best, -months, when the great
weigh', and rapid Inward growth
would strangle her to dealth, and
Mlhllo evory otJier treatment had fail
ed t ibeneflt lier, and she was nl.
rnoSt discouraged, nnd had lost faith
Ih'oVuythlng, still, her condition was
tr iot.KMs thut something, had Ito bo
'lobe, and that quickly. So without
otiyftlth, but hoping against hope,
oj May 30 she was brought to tho
olflca of the Boy Phenomenon at tho
Majestic holei and began treatment.
Yesteidny she -was discharged, a
hSppr woman, with .not a vlstngo of
tlmi utiliJflUtly goitre left. Only a
flrndll, loose fold of skin ' to show
vyl.ot ad two weeks Iwforo loen a
r 3',l pound tumor.
Another case of an unsightly and
jgWitJo eoWre, which will noon bo
entirely absorbed Is that of Miss
'Annie Watklns, who In one week
rooro will have as liappy a story to
1ell"ai Mrs. Oregory ,as It is fast dis
Es Mnyberry also had beon nf
fijOtol with a goitre below the chin
tfir'Jsnen years and her friends were
rectoi'tly Surprised to seo her on tho
streets -wearing a collar, which sho
vas nnablo to dd ibeforo she began
tlBattrjent. Jler goitre (was of lm.
roerisi tifze, but It has been reduced
rgbrly four Inches since sho began
tredt)"cnt. She has gained eight
Ixfujuft in weight ami eayo sho feels
1lMa mew woman, and can't say
cflou'T 1 In her praise or tho Boy
''Ho not only cures hucIi cases as
tfig&rovo, but nearly nil chronic
(tfw)ise yield 1o hla niagnettc power
eppWally such as Catarrh, Bronchitis
Vjtrjccrele, Neuralgia, Nervous Debll
Itj;, Diabetes, lm potency, Epilepsy,
Tjiwora Dropsy, Nervous Prostration,
Tttseante of a Delicate Nature, Deaf
i.wta, 'Heart Diseases, Bladder Disor
ders; Noises In Ear, Rheumatism,
Coristlrotlon, Sterility, Diseases of
Women, Cancer, Paralysis, Asthma,
Llr Complaint, Scrofula, ICIdney
IfahhUe, IDyspepsla, and all Stomach
IlfrfSnKrs, piles, Astigmatism and
nearly ij Eyo Troitbleq and many
ntheV Chronic Diseases.
'Hh off fee hours at tho Majestic
Iotel are-from 10 n. m. to fi p. m.
df lly except tho Sabbath and 7 to 8
'- Smallttt Bible Publlihed.
- AruotiB uncommon religious books
njut be clashed an edittw-i of tbe Bible
Issued by tho Oxford University Premi,
It Isjonly l; tiifihea In lonsth and Wi
1 breadth. It has to be read by
aeaus of a magnifying glass and one
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ean. Sunday . Marina,-
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UNITfcD DHfetimEN OHtWOH.
, h. O.'.ItBED, Pastor.
Sabbath School at 0 a. m.
E. R. Sykes, Superintendent.
At 10:30 a. rn. nn address by Ttov.
Lrtwreiice E. Ames, Snrt)Ject, "Pro-
BiPsslve Religion. "
dr. Y. P. C. U. at 2:00 p. m.
OnrrJo Dnrr, Supt.
V. P. S. C. E. at 0:30 p. m.
Subledt. "'low to Help Those
Youncrr Thai Ourselves". KatJe
Bernmn 7;3) by Rov. Amos, subject
'Christ' Cinnectlon With Our
Prayer mealing Wlnesdny even
ing at 7 o'clo. k followed Tte&ch
(rs' Tralnlhg tnd Bible Study at 8
A cordial welcome lo nil.
MARION BIBLE CLASS.
We meet every Sunday and Wednes
day evening, 7 p. m. nt 721 Wilson
All who may have heard the ser
mon, "To Hell nnd Bark" or are in
any way Interested are InVlted t
meet and ntudy with us.
FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST SOI.
Corner. of Church nnd Baker Sts.
Services Sunday, 10;30 11. m.
Subject "Cod. the Preserver of
Wednesday evenliiK testimonial
AH are cordially Invited to these
Tlio Reading room Is onon dnllv
except Sunday, from 1 to 1 p. m.
All Christian Science literature on
sale, also on the table, for all who
may uesiro 10 read.
free baptist church.
OEO. 13. BARNARD, Pastor.
Sunday School, 9:0q a. m. Miss
Jeanette File, Superintendent.
Preaching, ld:30 a, m.
Mrs. Coll will preach at 10:30.
Y. P. S. C. K., C:30 p. m. O. R.
Preaching 7:30 p. m.
Rev. Oeorgo Bender, will preach In
Sunday School 011 tho corner of
Davids and Darius streets nt 2:30 p.
m., Miss Anna Flto Superintendent.
The public Is cordially Invited to
attend these servicea.
Oontlemnnly ushers to soat you.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
OBOROR M ROURKE. Pastor.
Residence, 308 S. Main St.
Morning sotvlco 10:30 n. m.
CftTdren'a Day Exercises.
Senior Endeavor, 0:30 p. ra.
Leader, Mr. N. E. Arnold, finhwt
"How to Hoip Those Younger Than
'Preaching by tho pastor. Subject
'An l.iinmko.1 Llfo."
All are weleomo.
FOREST LAWN MISSION.
Sabbath School. 2:.10 n. m. m.
0. M. Beckett, Supt.
All are welcome.
LER STREET MISSION.
Sabbath School, 2: 30 p. m. ,
Mr. John Landon, Supt.
Evening service, 7:30 p. m.
Rev. a. c. Bates will preaoh.
All are welcome.
CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
BYRON C. PIATT, Pastor.
Brocks .Brothers .liin .in n.nmn,
ber the dhte.
Revhial Clii.ruses meets every Fri
day n lob t.
Suhfctlt Snuday monnlnir. "vioa.
lug for Jesus ' NlnJit. "Tiim nnonni
Is The Power of God.'
WESLEY M. E. CHURCH.
Cor. Center St. and Olney Ave.
C. E. ROWLEY, Pastor.
Sunday School. 9:00 a. m.. 'rhna
Preaching, 10:30. by tho pastor.
Asbnry S. S.. on Thomnson St..
2:30 p. m., B. F. Davis, Supt.
Junior League. 2:00 n. m.. nniinot.
ed by J. Corf man.
Cbll(lren.' IV. v iwiivlana t.nn ..
'm. I3voryboly cordlnily .Invited.
Everybody cord all v inviffit in nil
LEI3 STREET. PRESBYTERIAN
Sum-ny, Jum 91h.
SUniKlV Sch nl lit !!.10 .Tnlin T.n.
Prerhlng t. 7:30 hy S. C. Batea,
Ph. l) Sibhct "Ailvlco to Ohlld-
Prayer IMeet nor Tlnirmlnv nvAntne
SnbJec. , MWhat It 5imnj to Join tho
RQ- C, M, Rourk and tho Session.
of th iHmt Church will he nmsent
and recolvo mtmber ilnto tho church.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
REV. J. P. OURRIN. Pastor.
Resldenco 310 Park St,
Ray. J, P. Ourrln. nastnr of flin
First Baptist elilirdh. -wa9 exneintml
home from Ia Jolla, California, Sat
urday, 'but a tolorram was recAlviNd
Ftotlng that ho cannot arrive intll
next week. Ho wng to Oiayo preached
Surwtey, but owing ito ilils non-arrival,
- -" ' - -fc,
Ohero will bo no iprcachlng services,
tomonrqw, The custohinry Sunday
(school nnd society ineethigs will tetto
MlkST CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Cor. Jlalrt and Farming Sis.
Sunday School, fl a. m., MIA
Amhnda Decker, Buperlntendentj
Communion at J0:30 a. m.
Y. P. S. E., 0 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7 p.
The public Is cordially Invited.
Per. E. Waddoll, Secretary..
Corner Church and High street.
C. W. H13NSEL, Pastor.
Sunday School at 0!00 u. m.
Mr. David Martin, Superintend
ent. The Prlmary and Junior depart
ments wdll icmler their Children's
Day program beginning at 10:30.
iMIsston Band vl 2:30. Miss Sarah
Senior Y. P. A. at 0:45 p. m.
Evening worship at 7:30.
Alt the 7:30 hour tho eenlor choir
will Tender tho Cantata, "Nlcodomus"
romposod hy Arthur 'Rerrldeo.
All are welcome.
Upper Room .132 North Stnte street.
Philip Bauer, Superintendent.
Mrs'. K. .1. Coll, Evangelist
Service, at 'tho Jail on Sunday 1:30
I M. ud.ii
Penterostal meeting, 2 p. m.
Evnngellstlc service, 7:30 p. m.
Also evangelistic services on Tues
day and Friday evenings of tho com
A rordlal Invitation to all.
MRS. K. .T. COIL, Evangelist.
PHILIP BAUER, Superintendent.
3orner State and Columbia Streets.
10. V. WM. STELLHORN, Pastor
Sunday School, 9:00 a. m., A. I
fiervlpeii In the German lnnguago,
Senvlce ln tho EngUnh .Languago
All are welcome to worship with
SALEM'S EVANGELICAL PROTEST
13-. Church St.
J. REINICKE, Pastor.
Sunday School (German and Eng
lish Department), 8:45 a. m.
IMorntlng sermon In German at
10:15 o'cloolc. ' 4
lEnsllsh Union senvtlces of he C.
E. Society and. the evening congrega
tion at 4 P. M.
S. S. i)io!r Monday evening.
Jlnnnonlo Sooloty will meet Wed.
needay ertnlnjc at tho homo of Mrs.
Agues Edelmnnn, East Center St.
9. . Teachers meehlng Thursday
- Bible Study Friday evening.
GERMAN M. E. CHURCH.
C. E. Bueikle, Pastor.
Cor. Church nnd Prospect Sts.
Sunday School, 9 a. m., J. O.
TOe iregnlaV missionary collection
will 0m taken.- 1ZMI
Morning Mirvlcos. 10:30 a. m.
Ilnwonfh League: Thlt will be tho
flretl dovqblonal meeting of Now Year
All meniibers are renuestedi to Jjo
Evoulng Services, 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday Prayernieetlng, 7:30 p.
m . "',
A cordial welcome to all.
South Prospect Street.
W. A. SETTLAGE, Pastor.
Sunday School, 9 a. in.' II. W.
'Morning Services 10:30 (English.)
Junior C. E. at 2:30 p. in.
Senior C. E., 0:30 p. m.
Evening Services, 7:30.
A cordial welcome to all.
r;PV70RTH M. E. CHURCH.
D. II. BAILEY. Pastor.
Sunday School, 9:00 a. in. John II.
Children's Day Program 10: 30. A
Epworth nnd International LeaKuea
11:30 P. M.
At 7:30 p. m. will bo given tho
soared 'concert hy tho choir wliicllil
promises do surpass those already
given. Following Is tho evonlng pro
Organ ipreXude, Offertolro from St.
AntXieni, Prnlse" tho Ixird Raiuleg-
BH' ...I .lll'AlllJfflllfli
illymrt 1003 -( ..SLjtfMJ
iVIolln Duott, Romance Ronvlasky
Mr. Franfc PUIllibrlolc and Mr. Ho
mer waddon., . ttulmimam
Bcidpturo Ren dins.
Anthem He Watohlng over Israel
Offertory gob Allegretto amadous
Toui-o., 1 n.li'iJBl'SHH
boio Aingoi h tyorenauo airagor
Mrs, phnrlcs Allen and Miss Cheney,
An thorn i The Heavens aro Toljlng
from "Tho QreutIon".
Address by Rov. Dr. Bailey.
Cornet Solo Avo Mario LaizzI
Mr. Mwed'lth'.. . il
Aiutliom, Hallelujah Chorna from
Benediction., ' JJjU
Director, Prof. Frederick Bcrryman,
Ongantet, MJso Jessjo IlttvUli
All are welcome
LnR.110, Juno 8. Mi4 Myrtle Thorn-
nsson wont o Marlon, Monday morn
ing, to visit with relatives and
Mrs. T. J. Bell left Tuesday
evening for Rose Hill, Iowa, to visit
lh'(r father n.nd lot her irelolVs floir
tin Indefenlto time.
iMr. nnd Mrs. Burlo Ifumo and
MIsh Eitlth Alt are visiting with, roln-
tlives and friends nt Forest nt pres
ent. Tfhoy i'-vt .to return homo
1VV111. Hyait'tfof Chesonlnjr, Mlohlgan,
nrrlved In LaTltie last Saturday
morhiiiB and will nssnimo chargo of
Ihe masonry work nn ithe reconstruc.
Ion of LaRue's' Jvivblle sJhool build
ill. D. Henklo imulo a, bnilness
trtp ito Ml. Victory, Monday nffer-
iMrs. Geord Raub of mitth of
town, spent Monday wltli friends In
Miss Emma Riley of north of
i.hwi!, went to Marion, Tuesday ev
ening, to visit.
Mrs. JcJhu Single wont to Dayton
Monday morning " visit with friends
for a few day 9.
i.Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Slauser at
tiMidcd) (thvx commeiuiement exenolscw
In Marlon last Friday evonlng.
iMiss Caroline ScHiotto left fr a
W!t wllh Telatlven a t Columhus,
M'sa Georgia Heybeek of Bellefon.
talne, Is a picst at the home of her
uncle, F. T. Heybook.
Mrs. Mary Scanlon nnd little MIsfl
Iris Thombs and Helon Hesser wero
callei-a In Marlon Thursday.
Mrs. Guy Wasson of Onwcll, O.,
nnrlvel''ln IJaRuo Monday wvenlng,
for a visit with' old friends and ac-
'Miss Nelllo Whitman returned home
Monday ovenlng after n three
weeks' visit In Marlon and tho vi
cinity of Rlchwood.
iMrs. R. K. Combs and mm sons
Paul nnd ArWnr.', or Caledonia, vis
ited nt tho homo of her Aithor, Hugh
James, south of town, several dayn
during the past. week.
Messrs. II. B. Cleveland and Phil
ip Little went to Lako View, Sun.
day, and spent a conplo of days flsh
fng In tho Lowlstown reservoir.
Mr. and (Mrs. Leonard Whitman
nnd child' of DayHon are at present
MIsJtyj; YM .retaltlvc land friends
Jii' LaRuo nnd thft ndjacent vicinity.
'Misfl Elma Knntf ntumed to Tto
Ruo Monday evening, after visiting
w'ith relatives and friends in Marion
since Wednesday of Japt week.
Mrs. Atliert Wlllaner nnd dauglitor
Ruth, of Mt. VJcrfbry, came to La
Rue, Monday ovenlng to visit for a
few days with relatives and friends.
Mrs. W. H. Spragne went to
Marlon Wednesday evening to visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Elza Haw
ser and family.
Mr. and Mm. John Robinson and
little daughter of North River street
visited with friends in Marlon, Tues.
day. " '
John Somerlott of near West Mans
field', was In LaRiro Monday, tran
sacting business nnd visiting with old
Daniel Streeter and Earl Dusang of
this vicinity loft for Ash'llabuln, O,,
Monday morning, whero they havo
Bccured employment. '
Mrs. Mlchafl Carter and dauglitor
Maryaret of Indlnnapoll", Ind., vis
ited with relatives hero and at Agos-
ta liw latter part of last) weok.
iMra George Riley and daughter
Mnry of Portland, Oregon, returned to
their homo Tuesday ovenlng nfter an
extended visit at the E, E. Riley
home, north of town, and dlher rela.
Ives In LaRuo.
Caledonia, June 7. Council met
111 legulnr ses.sion
and transaeled n
snuill ninnnnl of
Two petitions asking for slreet
lights and signed by a number of
eiliens wero presented, 0110 asklaig
for n light al the comer of Main
nnd John streets nnd ono at tho
corner of Liberty and Elm si rents.
Tho petitions wero tabled pending
an investigation of the probable
cost of putting up tho lighls.
Tho library riiiestion was brought
tip and motion by Fell, Mrs. Hnrk
ness. the donor, was requested to
jiir.-i-ni 1111K.1 iiiiii ruiix-iijiuiiiHJIl".
t Iho ipreVent tfmo four nnd probn-l.
lily fivo councilmen nro in favor of
locntinir tho new building' on tho
square, while bun is opposed to tlio
Bdgar II. Sehroek of tho U. S.
S, Franklin Avhieh is located ntNor
folk, Va., enmo homo on n twenly
ilny furlough nnd visited relatives
in th u city, llo visited with rela
tives near Salem Inst week nnd re
turned lo his ship Monday morning.
Tho Snlisbury Family Orchestra
appeared at tho opera houso Tues
day evening and gave a hand and
orchestra concert Hint -was ono of
the best ever beard here. Mqnngor
Stafford should ho congratulated
on securing such a high grado nl
tract'nn for Hie musio lovipg people
of Caledonia, 1
Tho Caledonia mill proporty will
ho offered for salo for tho second
time on Saturday! Juno 8. About
a month ago the (property was of
fered at sheriff's salo 'hut failed
Misg Donna Camm left Tuesday
ening for Qaljon, whero sho1 will1
rethnln several weeks wHli Mr. nnd
Mrft. Charles Nolilet. .
.T. A, Willlarn.9 and wifo of Sid
ne were gitesls oC relative hero
Daily Market Report
Knst Huffnlo, N. Y.. .Tuno .8.
Cnltlc HeceiiilH 200; market steady
and trade qiiiet.
.enli nlid ctilves Receipts 80(1;
nelive nnd fille lower. Toji veal
7. 71(58; cull to i'nir .1. 70(7. W.
Sheep nnd Inmhi Receipts 'WOO;
slow for lnmlw nnd 'J.r)e lower.
Shoe)) firm; choice lnmhi 8.40 (it
H.(il); cull to i'nir (I.2.ru7;8.2.ri; year
ling 7(wM wethers QM(d7i
ewe fi.Tillfirtl; mixed slicep ri 75(??
0.2.'); cull sheep fl.dS.
Hors Receipts 0,100; actA'n and
f,tendy. Yorkers, iigs, mixed nnd
henvy tt.4i(a"n.7Qi rouglw 5 25
.).)(); stags '1.25 5.
Cleveland, .lime 8. Hogs Stea
dy. Hecevps !(); shipments 1000; all
urndiN (I. .'15; flings nnd roughs (?i'1
Calves Shade lower. Receipts 75
bend. Fail to good (1$T7; heavy nnd
thin :i.505. " j
.Sheep and liitnhi (juiet ; receipts
4 cms; choice yearlings 7.508;
l'nJr to good 5(7? (1.50; good to ex
tra hunhs 8(l); I'nir to good (17.
Cattle Receipts ! ears; uiichaiig-
Pittsburg, I'a., .Tune 8. -Cattle
Supply light; market steady. Choice
1.25(,7()..-)0; prime V(dl.'M); good
5(7T5.O0; tidy hiilclieis 5.50r5.70;
fair 4.00(5 5.10; choice heifers 4.75
(d 5.25; common to fn:ir heifers 4Gi
4.50; hulls 2.50(r?5; fat cows. 2.50
(iM.50; good fresh cows and spnng
ei. s 25(:10.
.Sheep and Jambs Supply fai'r;
niniket slow 011 .sheep and lower on
lambs. Price wclliera 0.500.75;
good mixed li. .'!()( 0.50; fairnixed
5.80((l.25; viillr and common 301)
4.50; hunhs 5(fT8.25; venl calves
7.50(17.75; heavy and thin 4.50(??
5.50. . j
Hogs Receipts ;i5 ihniblo decks.
Murkct steady. Prime henvy lings
O..'10(i?0..'l5; other grades ' 0.40;
loughs .ri(T).40; stags 4(TM.50.
Chicago, Juno S. -Wheat 7-8 (fj) 1
1-lc higher; July aold 'between !)."
3-8 and 97 1.4; opening nt 05 1-2
ninl closing at 9G 7-8; Septomlier be
tween 07 C.8 ami !)!) 5-8; opening at
08 and closing nt 0!) 3-8; No. 2 red
winter 90 1-2 97 1-2.
Corn-1.4 ?? l-2c higher; July sold
(between 53 3-4 nnd 51 1-8; ojienlug
at 53 3-t and closing at 54; Septenu
,iber between 53 1-2 and 51 1-8; open
ln;j at 53 1.2 and closing at 5t; No.
3 yellow 51 51 1-4.
Oats 1-1 ((? 5-8o hjgher; July
sold between 41 mid 40 1-8. ojiening
at 44 and rinsing at 4(1; September
between .'17 and .18, opening t ,'17
and closing nt :IS; No. 2 white
Provisions Firmer. September
pork l(l.45( 1(1.52 1-2; lard 0.17'.
and 0.22 1-2; nlu 8.02 1-2 and
Toledo, Juno 8. Wheat Cash 97
1-2; July 97 6-8; Septomlwr 99 5-8;
December 1.01 3.4.
Conv CttJi CO; July 55 5-8; Sep
tember 55 3-1; December 51 3-8.
Oats-Cash 47 1.2; July t7; Septem
ber 35 1-1. ,4
Cloversecd Cash ' 9.30; Ooloher
8.15; Ueeomlbor and March 8.07 1-2;
prlmo nlslko 8.00; primo tlmoiihy
2.35., 1 'Jy
ihj-h rai. 1, hi i-; o. 2, so;
No. 3, 77. 1'lftJIUll
Roston. June .8 The Commercial
Hiilletin sny.s today: "Wool market
conditions havo not changed. Fuv
Iher snles of oucqiinrter blood
I'leeeu nt :10 to 'M cents have practi
cally cleaned miji the supply of that
grado. ' -fcJ'HJl
'Tho slii)ilienls of wool from
Boston to .lune (I. iiiclns-vo. uceord
ling to the same nulhority, nro 121,-
u.K).4'Jl iioiiiut nginst HH,047,07fi
ponnds nt the miiiio timo hist year.
Tlio receiilh to Juno 0, inclusive,
nro 100,8-l.,,8(iO iuunds, against
10l),firi,'J,flS4 iiounds the smne period
NEW STORK PRODUCE.
'Now Yonk, Juno 8. Butter 'Re
ceipts C.482; easier. Creamery oxtm.
2.1 23 1-2; staJto dairy tubs; fiu
wt i23; ilmltAtlon croamerj'. firsts
21 12; factory firsts 20 1-2.
EBffs Receipts 17.459; mldwato de
mand. Neanby Avblto fancy 18 1-2 0
19, do extra mixed 17 -2 (H 18;
western firsts 15 1-2 (Q IP; southern
14 L2 fl 15 t-2
Chicago, Juno 8. Butter-Eggs and
ipoultry unchanged, Butter Extras In
creamery 23 1-2; firsts 21 and 22 1-2
Eggs Extras 10 1-2; prlmo firsts 14
1-2; Poultry-Turkeys 11; ohlokens
12; 'ducks 13; geeso $5 17 per doz,
Union Stock Yard3, Ilia,, Juno 8.
' 1--' --' -'f '-'" iiniV
The amount of sionoy you
havo lost by keeping your
spare rooms vacant go lone.
A largo sum la It nt7 Malco
up your mind that you will
loso money no longer In this
way. llave your ad inserted
in Tho Mirror for a week,
which will cost you CO cents.
Your room will then bo
rented. Cheap commission to
pay, la It not?
Phone ads to No. 6 tltkar
WANTED Manager for branch offlco.
We wIbIi to Iocato hero. Address
with reference, the Morris Wholesale-
House. Cincinnati, Ohio.
WANilUi Wn I tress nt Hotel Majes-
tlo Call nt once. 0-7-31
i'I for general house-
worh ; no w
ash mg or ironing.
. Mis. M
MEN AND BOY
Bricklaying Pluiuhlng or
IMyi sr to 18
day, position secured
months itust ruction.
St. IjoiiIk. Mo. Free
HOW IIAPUOOIIS IIKI.PS.
liiUi' "' h.'n "I1" fl"u 1 "1" 3i lor
Siuutvtua jcar 111. frro for I, usklun and lu
f(7i mfc h.rv'1 WC "r eonndt-nllal
HAPOOODS tlnci Uralii Brokers.
1123 Park Building, Pittsburg.
LOW PACIFIC COAST KATES.
WAN'IHD All kinds of sewing 10 do.
No 115 W. folimihla Stieet.
Wanted-Fauiily washings to do at
home. Inquire n 700 North Main st.
Bell PJioee 445X. 0-8 fit.
FUR N ISll RI) ROOM SOiul on
1st and ono on 2nd lloor. Hath
and all modem conveuienres.
11.1 Blaine Avenuo. tf
FOR RENT House on Grand Avenue,
17.50 per month . Phono 83.
5-9-tf COPELAND & BARTRAM.
FOR RENT A new C room liouso on
Sugar street, u new 7 room house
on Nye street, nnd a new 7 room
house on Fles Avenue. Seo L. II.
DoLniuler, David St. Cltbens Phone
311. Bell phone, 502 x.
J'OR RENT -5 rooms 282 South Pros
ipect street Possession Juno 15.
Call nt east. end.
O-8-.Upd ANDRI3W LEFPLHR.
TO LOAN-Monov In sums or $500
to $1000. S. It. Raiihuuser.
Cattle Receipts 100; estimated for
Monday 27,000, innrget steady, un.
Hogs Receipts 12,000, estlmaU'd for
Monday 12,000; market 5 (f? 10c thlgli-
Begins June 12th and continues blx
weeks TenchiTh review nnd prepar-
aloiy work. This course includes
all branches for city ami county cer
Mfktaties. High school nnd grade
students can review or make up nny
study-individual Instruction to each
student in Mils work. Free tuition
In Bookeoplng. Shorthand, Typewrit
ing and Penmaiuihlp to those who en
roll for Sumnier Normal work. It
will pay you to attend.
(M1ARION BUSINESS COLLEGE
AND SUMMER NORMAL.
E. D. CRIAf, Pica.
Citizens Phone 1050, Bell 211 Y,
Of the Season
$1.25 TOLEDO $1.25
$1.75 DETROIT $1.75
AND SUGAR ISLAND PARK
Sunday, June pth
Special train leaves Marlon 7:05
A. M. Returning boat leaves De
troit fi:00 P. M. Special train
leaves Toledo, Magnolia St, 11:00
UNCLE SAM employs 1508 steno
graphers. 80 ipor cent write tho
Systtm of Shorthand .taught nt Mib
(School of Commerce; I ier cent
write Gregg; 3 per cent. Eeleotl6;
2 iper cont New Rapid; remaining
5 jwr cent represent aliout eighteen
llfferent systems. Another new
Graham Sborlhnud Class will bo
tnrtM July 8 Call, write op
'phone 1790 for further partle-tl-
UirriONEEltlNO-J. W. Clartt
will cry sales of ever description
at reaisonabla rates. Satisfaction
Kiiarauteed. Your Interest la my
interest. Office rooms, Court Btret
Ilolli phonts. Marlon. Ohio.
FOR SALK-A Typewriter, good as
now. Here "b an opportunity to get
'a machine nt a low prlca. C. M.
Bucket. Phono 1337. 4-2l-tt
FOR"SALE AStar gas burner, good
as new. 5fi!i p. Church St. Tele
phone 1191. tf
MOVING AND TRANSFER.
Wo can movo anything mpvahlo.
Transfer woik j'b our Bpecialty
Citiyens Phono 700. Boll 170 K.
1. The most delightful modern
lcsldcnco nronertv in everv w.iv.
Delightful location. Central. See
tie rignt away.
2. Still another. Owing to in
tention of leaving tho city on ac
count of ill health, we offer a most
beautiful modern homo 011 East
Center street at less than coat to
day. House and lot, very central $1750
Pino modem resldenco $10,000.00
Another at $0500.00
75 acres fine land near Caledonia
100 acres near Scott Town nnlw
$70 per acre. Lots of other good
1 arms cuoap.
CHASE KEAL ESTATE CO.
I CAN SELL
four Real Estate or Buslnos
No Matter Whero Looatud.
Properties and Business f U kintb
sold quickly for cask In all parti
of tho United States. Dsn't wait
Write today describing what ybn
Lave to tell and glva casli pric an
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or )U1 Kn
tate anywhere at any prlc writ
me your requirements. I ca sard
you time and money.
BAV1I) P. TAl'F,
THE LAND MAN.
Ill Kanuati Avenue
er; Ughti fi 10 0 fi 10; rough 5.85 fp
fi.10; mixed 0.15 ii.10; heavy C.15
fi. 32 1-2; pigs 5 80 C.35.
Sheop-iRecelptH 1,500. estimated for
Monday 25,o(io, market steady, un
Sealed bids will he received by
the Hoard of Public Service of tho
l'ily of Million, stale of Ohio, at
the of l ice of snhUBo.ml uiitiil 12
o'clock 'noon) Tuesday, Juno 18,
1007, fur furnishing tho necessary
tihor and nmteiinl I'm- paving
1'iospeet sheet from Hill street to
outh corporation line, with Sheet
hplmll or vjtrified brick block.
l'nik Boulevard, fiom Center
dreel to hoiith line of lot No. 10SS
ivilh brick block.
Cheny Stieet l'roin Columbia St;,
to Bellefoiiluino Ave., wilh sheet
:iNlialt or brick block.
(irand Ave. from Center Street
l .south .iio of ri-rht of way oft
C. ('. C. & St. L. Ry. with brieJc
hoick iireordmjr lo plans nnd speui-
I'ications oil file ill sniil nftinn
Bils for laoor and material must
F.ach bid nuisl contain llm full
name of every person or company
interested in tho .same, and bo mi
oompanied by a certificate of de
posit of one hundred dollars -with,
the City Tieasmer as n guarantee
thai if said hid is accepted a
mil root will ho euleted into and
ils performance properly secured.
Should any hid he rejected such'
heck will ho forthwith returned to
I lie bidder, and Oionhl nn lm ...
eepled such cheek will bo letitrned
iiim'ii i nn proper execution and se.
eillllis: of the eontrnivK nt.i.i
aro lequired lo uso (ho printed
forms which will bo furnished on
application. The riht is reseiTod
io rejee- nny nnd all hid. ?
By order of the Rnnnl nP i,.i.i:
Sen ice. ;
WIMJAAI FIRS, Clerk. I
btar and Mirror 0-X-8-'07, I