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Wondorful Human Heart.
The efficiency of tho human heart Is
greater tlinn that of any plcco of ma
chinery, taking Into consideration tho
slzo. It pumps, nearly eight tons of
Fortune In Single Fee,
The Into Dr. James Gale, tho famous
blind medical electrician, Is said once
to have taken a foo of $250,000, tho
largest ever paid for medical electrical
ALL THIS WEEK
Commencing Monday Matinco
HARVEY REESE &
Tho Lady tho Tad and the
THE LE PELLETIERS
On U13 Cheyenne Trail
E. P. RO'WE
Tenor, Illustrated Song.
"GERTRUDE & ROBERT
Herring Fishing int agar
Another sot of dishuMyvcn
away Thursday matinco to
lady holding 1 ucky number.
Numbers given out Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday mat
inees. Chl'drcn's Matinco. Saturday
Two Shows Nlnlitly. 7:30-9:00
TICKETS lOo AHD 20c.
Our prepared rlilck feed
containn tho prow amount
of srllo for tho littlv fcllwn
to keep lliom hcalthV and
growing rapidly. Thcyfirlvo
belter wlicn fed with this
Mozior & Rhoatfs
North State, Goal & Pood.
A necessity in cvory houso
hold during tho nununor if
milk, butter and meat aro to
bo kept puro and swcot, bo
Bides being a means of ob
taining puro, cold drinking
water If bo dcalrcd. AlmoBt
iuvarlnbly tlib first requisite
ordorcil by tho doc'tor .In
cauci of nickucss,
Placo your order now and
get tho full benofit of tho
season. "Phono 112.
The Marion Ice &
Cold Storage Co.
V There's V 1
never any falling N: $$
m off in the grand jf
flavor of M4JW
I ZU ZU fjST
Wl The niceVw CvfWJy )&
spiciest, msil2y HI
tantalizing 7Cra7 75? 1
k ginger snaps WLy
k ever Imll . I
L made. i Ml a paCae $
k. I If BISCUIT
Still Selling Wall Paper
Pooplo rcalizo that any 80M?mifif tho year they can buy latest
patterns of wall paper hero nt pm$n that nro right and satisfac
jnry. Many now anil boautlful dcsiSSu to solect from.
B TbCHA'NENltiaROS., Druggist!
A FIND IN ANCIENT RHODE8.
Rock Carved In Relief of a Grcok Ship
Discovered by Danish Explorers.
Now York. Tho Royal Academy of
Sciences and Lettois at Copenhagen
Is reaping a ilcli reward fiom tho ex
pedition it sent In 1002 to Llndos, a
small town on tho Botith coast of
Rhodes, 'once n great Island homo of
Crook cultuio In tho Acgnn sea. Slnco
tho Danes began to dig deep Into Its
soil they huvo unearthed tho larger
part of Its beautiful Arropolls, a lino
templo and nnclcnt stairway of ro
marknblo workmanship nnd tin enor
mous amount of statuotlca, vases and
Tho Acropolis of Llndos was espe
cially rich In tho signatures of nrtlst's
Relief Carving of Ancient Greek Ship.
who had beautified It. Heforo tho
Danes began their work only 12 of
thoso slgnatuics had boon found, but
tho Danish oxplorors huvo added 71
names of nion, several of whom mado
roputatlons that still survive.
Tho most curious dlbcovory of nil Is
described and plctuicd In the last
report of tho socloty. While tho party
wore oxcavatlng along tho face of an
ancient wall built sonio 200 yeam bo
foro tho Christian era, they camo to
tho edgo of n carving In tho rock.
They followed It eagerly for days
before thoy know certainly what It
ropicscnted. Finally thoy brought
tho wholo carving Into view nnd It
proved to bo a representation In re
lief of tho stern of an nnolont Gro
A plaster cast mndo from It is now
In tho museum at Copenhagen and ex
ports who havo seen olthcr the orig
inal at LIndoa or tho cast at Copen
hagen say that It la a faithful repre
sentation of nn ancient ship, Tho
relief Is In no rcBpect ombelllBhed for
dccoiatlvo effect, but la a reproduc
tion, perhaps on a slightly smaller
scale, of tho stern of a Oieek vessel
of tho Hellenic epoch.
Sonio of tho coins of that tlmo
Bhnw reliefs of vcsboIb and a consid
erable numlior of representations of
ships havo been discovered. Tho
largest la now In tho Palazzo Spada
and tlo rcscmblnuco between It and
tho relief found at Llndos Is vory
striking. Tho relief, howovor, has far
more detail, and It was a splendidly
executed pleco of work.-
On tho side of tho ship nn Inscrip
tion was cut Into tho atono showing
that tho rollof waa not meant merely
as an ornamontt. It was liown out of
tho rock to foun tho baso of u statue
In bronzo In honor of Ilagosaudros.
Tho statue has not heon found, but
tho temaliiB of an Iron fciico erected
in front of tho relief woro unearthed.
, A young man who was to bo mar
I rlod In church to" a Miss Way, after a
I courtship of four yeais, prlvntely ro-
(juBBted tho choir not to open tho
sorvlce by singing "This la the way I
long have sought."
Tho Last 8traw,
Automobiles aro to ho substituted
for camels In trnvorslng tho gieat
deserts, says tho Kansas City Jour
nal. The camel's only icmalnliiR field
of usefulness la tho glittering circus
Tlueo men camo near meeting
dentil by be'iiiy thiown under trains
nl the union depot Sunday after
noon. The three aeclu"cnta occulted
lesw limn nn liour apart. The first
mini attempted to hop on. the front
Htep of cnboosj f 4iii Eiie
freight, east bound when lie missed
liw step and was tlrrowu directly
under the ear iind miraculously es
The second victim tried the
NUtni' art nnd was thiown heavily
to the pilgu of the mils nnd had
liii head and nnn badly cut. The
third nendent oecuiTcd about A
o'clock when a middle aged man
wnt thrown heavily and partially
tendered unconscious. Since the
nn now (Xcitpcs yesterday Eric de
lei'tive Hodman bun defetmined that
anyone caught in tlto act or hop
pin; a train will be incslod.
The Krie tiniu table went into
effect yesterday nnd everything1
went r.ff smoothly. Train No. .1
mndn its change at the local depot
laying out hero about twenty min
utoi. Beginning today the Erie will
rim observation cars between New
York and Cincinnati on trains Nos.
i and 4.
C. ( Hi(jyt HiiperinlcndPiil of
Iraii-'pinlatiou of tlie Erie from
Jersey City wn-j looking after busi
ness in tho civ yesterday.
Claims Transfer was Made to Defraud.
Canton, O., Juno 'J4. Attorney R. S.
Shields, administrator of the estate of
AbnerMcKlnloy.has begun aultngninst
Anna Allen, former wife of Abuor Sic
KInloy, and her daughter, Mabol Jtc
Klnloy, to set aside a transfer of real
estato In Canton mado 'by Abner Mo
Klnloy to his wife In 1004. The aver-
ment is that McKInloy was then
unltmnt .ItJ l.lo mttn tno l n.n H,nf f
tho transfer wa to defraud' creditors
who had claims amounting to ?G0,00O.
Tho value of his estato vras not suf
ficient to pay creditors, hint tho one
fifth sharo of tho William McKInloy
estato will probably pay tho claims.
Tranlc Nine of Diamonds.
Carefully preserved at Stairs castlo,
the Aberdeenshire seat of tho earl of
Erroll, Is a slnglo playing card which
recalls a never to bo forgotten trag
edy. It Is tho nlno of diamonds
(henco called to this day "tho curso
or Scotland"), on which tho duko of
Cumberland wrote his order for tho
butchery of tho bravo Highlanders
who were taken prisoners at tho fate
ful battle of Cullodcn.
, t-Hailvoa) XZotes
I Whv a Backbone 1
I Beats a
$2 "Trouble with most
fellers," says TJnclo Si
if Simlins, "is that their
backbone is mostly nil
Undo Si's sage sar-
casm applies to pooplo in
A ovory town. Sonio of us
t in this town might study
$! i' w1 profit.
'1 You wish you could
,t a succeod in business. You
& wish you could do ns well
s ns your neighbor who
! does succeed. You nro
overworking your wish-
bono. Give your wishbone
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BACKBONE THAT DOES
BONE. STRENGTHEN YOUR BACKBONE AND GO X
UP AGAINST COMPETITION. f'
Inrslmll Field hnd competition, but his backbone gnvo .'t
him tho norvo to ndvertiso big in newspapers when adver
tising was not known to bo such n Necessity of Business
f Life ns it is now universally 'recognized. John Wann-
'? maker hnd tho snmo sort of backbone.
$4 Their backbone backed up their wishbone.
Baokbono builds business by booming business.
i Business Is boosted by backbone.
if And tho backbone of
DAILY. 'MIRROR, MONDAY JUNE
"! .'A " ,' -TT
PEARL WIGHT ACCEPT8 POST.
New Orleans Danker to Decomo Com
mlasloner of Internal Rovonue.
Washington. Pearl Wight of Nct7
Orleans, the Republican natlonnl com
mitteeman of Louisiana, has acceptod
COL. PEARL WIGHT.
(Southern Man Appointed Internal
tho post of commissioner of Internal
rovenuo, to become cffectlvo on Do
rombor 1. Mr. Wight has a number of
Important business matteis which ho
wants to adjust and cattle prior to
taking up tho duties or tho offlcc.
Pending his assumption or tho work
n commissioner nd Interim has been
appointed by tho president.
Col. Wight Is n product of Malno.
Horn In South Penobscot, at 1G ho en
tered n dry goods stoio In Rocklunil
as a clerk, and many thcro now recall
what a grcoir country youth ho was.
Ills employers sent hlni to Oil City,
Pa., to manage n hraneh store Ho
became a traveling salesman for d
Hour concern and ovenlunlly drifted to
Now OrlcniiB. Tlure bo founded a big
supply houso In tho reconstiuctlon
days and Invested heavily In vessels
and timber lands, uninsslng a latgi
fortune. Ho has heon a piomlncnt
llgurn In Louisiana Republican poll
tics for ycais and Is the .ntato's na
Member of Sherman's 8taff Dead.
Xr Hnnn IV ITtirtulwir,. on ..
In-Ji,i r rioi.,,.n .,' . '..
' v....,.i...i.i. iwnilll m.,111 OI IIIO
f "on,cojra. " MC",CnI C"CgC
who was major surgeon on General
Sherman's staff during the civil war,
has Just died. It la said ho was tno
li.t,l surviving member of Oonoral
Better Than Beauty.
If beauty qualities woro to run n
raco, good nnturo would win tho prize.
Advice from Agrlcola.
Ho prudent with valor and
without ostentation. Agrlcola.
Cigars by the Million.
About 20,000,000 cigars ar& uiuokod
.yearly In this country.
a rest. It's tired.
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NEEDS EXERCISE. IT'S
THINGS NOT WISH-
business is nqyvspaper adver- $
'Victor OUniorc, of Marietta, Is
spending a weok'h -ioatlon in this
Deputy Prolate .ludgc John Jlrlgol
returned, Stimlay, from Oregon, where
ho spent several weeks on business.
iMIss Hello Hoch of Chnmbcrsburg
Pa., Is visiting nt tho homo of Fred
Hoch of Ksplsvlllc.
'Mrs. .lames Comptoii, of Cleveland.
Is tho guest of Mrs. M. Q. Chase, of
South Main street.
Mr. Bdwiu Stoli of IuUitlc,
Kentucky, Is tho guest cl his broth
it Fred fiiol. ot tlie city.
Mra. F M. Tuvcncr, of Kast
Church stioet, left lat.t week for
Washington. D. C, for a few weeks'
visit with friends.
Mrfv. D. W. Straycr nnd Mrs. Chas
O. Wlant Iibto returned from a visit
of two weeks to relatives In Cham.
Mr. and Mra. C. 11. Norrla and Mrs.
W. W. Ynko of Tiffin, their guest,
left today for an outlt.y along tho
St. Clair Flats.
'Mrs. O. R. Itapp, Miv. Fred Dom.
baugh, Mrs. Karl Iyitt, ami Miss
Mildred Chrlbtlan left today for a
visit at Flint Midi.
MIssi Mnmnle Gray has returned to
her homo at Hspyvlllc fiom Urbana
where she has been v'sltlng during
tlie past year.
T. J. MoKarland, chief of tlie
local liie iletiaitment, 'went to
Chlllleotho today to .ittcnd the an.
mini session of tiio Tire Chief'
HORRORS OF DARK AGES.
Visions Conjured Up In Torture Room
of Ancient Tyrant.
The horror of horrors In all Italy U
found nt Padun, known as tho torturo
rooms of that demonical monster of
cruelty, ICcellno, a thlrtenth century
rulpr of Veiona, Padua, Vlconza and
Brescia. Ills cruoltles Anally became
so Intolerable that the church pro
claimed a crunado against him. The
peasantry rose nnd a farmer killed the
hruto with a scythe. I was shown an
upright box In which was tho skeleton
of a victim. Two apertures enabled
the condemned to see a tnble, just
out of reach, crowded withstood and
drink. To-day, It Is stage food and the
wlno Is colored water, but tho realism
Is Intense. The climax of shudders
was reached when I came to a blork
In tho center of a small square room.
Nailed to the chopping block, severed
midway between tho wrist and elbow,
lay tho dainty band of a woman, Just
as It had been chopped from the living
arm! The Instant my eyes saw this
sight tho cell scorned to resound with
the shrieks ot the terrified woman,
and, although the hand I gazed upon
was of wax, tho mental shock pro
duced was dreadful beyond conception.
ARE LOFTIE8T OF MINE8.
Worked by Incas and Now to Bs
Opened by New Company.
It Is thought that tho old Caylloma
sliver mines In Peru are probably sit
uated at a greator elevation than any
othor considerable mines In the world.
Tholr altitude varies between 14,000
and 17,000 feet. Thoy were worked by
the Spaniards In the sixteenth century,
and before that, It Is believed, by tho
Incas. An English company Is now
preparing a hydroelectric plant for
them. This plant will be sltunted at
an altitude of between 15,000 nnd 1G,
000 feet. It will doilve Its power from
a waterfall on tho Santiago river, and
In a dry season from Lako Hualllacbo,
one of the sources of tho Amazon. The
power will bo transmitted by cable
about three mlles. At tho highest
mines tho pressure of the atmosphero
h only eight and one-hnlf pounds a
square Inch, and wntor bolls 24 do
grccs below the ordinary boiling point.
One Step at a Time,
It Is wonderful how much practical
wlsdoni about tho smallest perplexi
ties of dally llfo comes to men who
keep both their feet and their wishes
still until Providence tho world pro
fors to call It "circumstances"
cIcarB a path for them. No doubt In
all our lives there como times when
wo seem to have been brought Into a
blind alley, and cannot see where ve
aro to got out; but It Is vory rare In
deed that we do not seo one stop In
advnnce the duty which Ilea next us
And bo sure of this, thnt If we are con
tent to see but ono step at a time, and
lako It, we shall find our way mado
plain. Hev. Alexander Maclaren.
1 SCREEN DOORS
S MADE TO ANY MEASURE
iThe Wollcnwcbcj Lumber Co.
alight ii tax upon
ItdcnerLfor it can't
intuitu uiien uui
Vote, ilcHcloui, pojins every food excellence the standard of
ntialitr torovor lurlf nrcntnrr. Nnnrl.lilnf. rr .!.. i i..
younc. weak. Mtwc.
jncxrcmiTo anu nwiwimng uwicj,lurough our book of
II niil in
V 1 1
and other out door sports contribute not a little to tho gen--cral
licalth and happiness of tho community at largo. But
like all good things they aro attended with certain evils that
if not cured must bo endured. Here aro somo curcn for como
Rexall Tan and Frccklo Lotion positiely ciuoa TAN AND
REXALL CUREVFOR EXCESSIVE FER8PIRATION
cures 'the offensive odor of sweaty feet or other execssivo per
REXALL SKEETErSsKOOT makes tho skecter skeet.
REXALL VIOLET TAlicUM POWDER together witli
HARMONY COLD GREAMVurcs chaffing.
REXALL TOILET SOAPf usjd in tho bath will make
you feci as cool as a cucumbsr.vmtrs for health and beauty.
ITHE REXALL STORE
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To 8atlafy n Grudge.
Sir ThomaB Llpton, nprfpos of bach
elorhood arid marrlnge. said In an
after dinner speech In Chicago: "Hach
elors, I admit, aro villains, but It Is a
shnmo to play such tricks on them as
It Is customary everywhere to do. A
nasty trick was played on a bachelor
friend of mine at a dance. A womnn
was reproaching him for never having
married, when her husband, a little
bored, porhaps. said gruffly: "ll sns
he could have cut me out nnd ninrrlnd
ou If he bad wanted to' The woman
started. 'Indeed!' she cried "Why
didn't ho do It, then?' 'He says he
owed mo a grudge." tho husband ex
plained, with a chuckle."
How She Prepared.
A French gentleman anxious to find
a wife for a nephew went to a matri
monii agent, who hnnded him his list
of lady clients. Running tlnough thin
he enme to his wife's name, ontered
ns desirous of obtnlnlng a hush.iud be
tween the ages of 28 nnd 35 a hlondo
pieferred. Forgetting his nephew, ho
hurried honin to announce tho dlsrov
ory to his wife Tho lady was not at
nil disturbed "Oh yes." she said,
"thnt Is mv name I put It down when
you were so ill In the winter and the
doctors said we must prephre for the
wo r.i t. "
I REMEMBER US
It's screen door and window tlmo and tho most intlnfactory
way is to have screeni mado to ordor for all the windows
and doors. Our framed aro hoavlor, fit porfectly and will last
twico tk long aa the ready mado kind. Wo tako tho moanuro
monts, flang them, at a viry littlo co3t, assuring lanting satli
faction.V rnONE 8.
PAOE TflREE. '
Oatrrgo Corn Starch nmarcs experts
(lie digciitiTe ylcm. Ment for ovcnlns
diatrrM the ment delicate person. Eat
mnajn cai mo genuine
Learn Imw in mnlrn Ii im f.,i.i
OriglnnrBcclpcn afid CnoMnn llefnn
T II 1 Aj 1 . . .....
in ii n uii;.- i-umtn ao civo vaiiiauip inlnrmntlon
an llm itpniRn. k fn..ri.hll. s r r. ,
"wiuiu suniepi iornorarcii na
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rL 1T '" """ win anu Keep k.
IOrfer fiflV Tar nt Ontrnnn
All grocers, pound packages, loe.
. ninuitOHlJ a SON, Osweno, N. Y.
NATIONAL STARCH COMPANY,
Mciinngcr Service FREE.
J' W, '. 'N W , Ui
Good juicy ntcaku aro a
great delight to tho cook
who takes tho Iroublo to havo
tho bestxho can obtain. Oct
them at tilthcr of our mark
ets and youVwlll bo nloancd.
North Mam E. Ocnlor
WALL IW ER
I5 LAWN HOWERS,
O SCRIHliN DOORS,
R WINDOW SCREENS
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