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IT WILL HELP YOUR SUCCESS
THE MAItlON DAILY MIRItOIt, TUEBDAY, JULY 23 1007.
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this week. If you lead your district after the count is made this coming Friday evening
you'll get the 2000 extra votes for your district. And if you win the 2000 extra yotes it
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extra votes for they might be just the ones needed to win you the grand prize, the $650
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ALL THIS WEEK
Commencing Monday Rlatineo
Albortus & Altus
Claudius & Scarlet
E. P. ROWE
"When Bob Whito Whistles
in ttio Meadow."
Monday and Saturday Mat
inees only 10c during sum-
Two Shows "Nightly 7:30-9:00
Tickets 10c and 20c.
Children 'a Saturday Matineo
Plenty of Fans lo keep you con
Lawyer Talked Eloquently of Stay In
"I giivo such n tulk to a client or
mine nut long ngo on Iho pleasant fea
tin oh of prlBon lire," said n prominent
locnl attornoy recently, "that I actual
ly got to thinking for u llttlo while It
would bo n great lark to Bpend a fow
weeks In sonto good penitentiary.
"You boo, tho fellow was guilty, and
I know It. I didn't sco how It would
ho posslblo to clear him, and I know
ho would et a lighter sentence by
pleading guilty. Hut I had a Job try
ing to talk him Into changing his plea
lo guilty. Ho Bald ho didn't think ho
would ovor got reconciled to llfo in
"1 told him that, of course, thero
wns a certain amount of projudlco
against living In n penitentiary, but
that It always struck mo that
wouldn't ho half bad If a man wont
with his mind mado up lo llko it.
"Tho tegular hours oughfto bo" n
great thing for a man.' 1 told him, 'and
If you nro at all slick you qan fix up
Bomo Bchemo to got out of hard work.
Then you nro clear out of tho prosaic
business nffalrs of tho outer world.
You go to bed at night knowing just
what you wilt havo to do tho noxt day,
and no ono can got In where you aro
lo molest you. You won't got moro
than a couplo of years, and that will
Just glvo you tlmo to learn boiuo good
"When I got through ho decided to
plead guilty, and I hcllovo ho , was
really looking forwnrd.to a year or
two In tho pon." Clovclnnd Plain
Thero Is not a vlco which moro ef
fectually contrncts and deadens tho
feelings, which moro completely
malum a man's affections center In
blmsolf, and excludes all others from
partaking In them, than tho deslro of
accumulating possessions. When tho
desire has once gotten hold of tho
heatt, it shuts out nil other considera
tions, but such ns may promolo Its
views. In its zeal for tho attainment
of Its cud, It Is not dcllcnto In tho
cholco of means. As It closes-tho
heart, also 'it clouds 'tho understand
ing. It ennnot discern between right
and wrong; It takes evil for good, and
good for evil; it calls darknoss light,
and light daikness. Itlshop Mnnt.
Scvlnne In Versailles.
Tho chateau at Versailles can now
' act -f possessing n portrait of
tho celebrated Mine, do Sevlgne, who
was ono of tho brightest stnrs of tho
rourt of houls XIV., and who,
utrango to say, wns not represented
by hor portrait there. M. do Nol
hac, tho curator, lina Just -supplied
this deficiency, having found a flno
portrait of tho marqulso nt tho ngo
of .15 years. Tho portrait, which Is of
great beauiy, presents tho famous lot
tor writer with tho lonrj curls she
brought Into fashion, and which boto
her name, and she wears tho peail
nccklaco she described In hor lettors
to her daughter.
foxes in Richmond nark comes news
of wholesale massacres In London
parks by othor'but equally destructive
Invaders. Ducklings newly hatched
about tho ornnmcntai waters of tho
various parks are" falling victims to
tho carrion crow, .In tho early morn
ing this marauder, pcnotrutlng to tho
henrt of London, watches and walta In
n treo overlooking a lake, and In duo
course Bwoops down upon tho helpless
brood. Ono of tliosoJraidB was wit
ncsscd by v. kcepoV '"In Kensington
gardens. S'.'oies of,,!Juokllngs havo
boon devoured, and so many young
birds havo disappeared from tho Ser
pontlno of Into lhat.lt wns supposed
that rats had been nl'work, but tho
hlnmo Is now laid on tho carrion
crow. As In the crisolof tho foxc.
reprisals arc nt jmloriully made by
tho kcopors with shotguns. London
market steady ; prlmo wethers, ii. 110 (it)
5. K); fair mixed 1.2!". Q J. 85; good
mixed, r 5.25; culls and common
2 fp II; lambs, 5 (S 7; veal calves, 7 . 50
Q 8; heavy and thin. I. CO 5. fill.
Hogs Receipts Hht, market strong
prlnib heavy 11.20 fl 0.25; medium
heavy, 0.70 (J? 0.75; heavy yorkcra
light and pigs 0.75 (,D 0.80; rough
I. CO 0.20; sings, 3.25 1.25.
' Daily Market Report.
not to shrink or fade and
wo guarantco to do batten
borg allovcr laco or drawn
work without ruining tho
garment or brooking a thread
DON'T SEND YOUR WORK
OUT OP TOWN. Wo can do
It and do it RIGHT. Wo
aro Trench dry clcanors,
Thoro is no othors.
112 Court Strict, Marion, O,
Goods called for and dollv
orcd Phono 1G51.
1. 3. -Second hand cloth
ing bought nnd sold. Suits
.pponiail and pressed, 75c,
TOLD OF PRESIDENT M'KINLEY.
RWS DYSPEPSIA if flBLBY!
4-Iim. "Ills" .lnn llf H . IM, If-MlM.
Incident Exemplifies His Devotion to
Tho lovo which Mrs. McKlnloy horo
her husband was so much tho ruling
passion of her llfo that she was ox
tromoly sensitive nbout him. In splto
of hcrsolf, sho was Jealous oven of the
demands which tho public mado upon
his time. Her lovo was matched by
u most unusual dovotlon on tho part
of tho president, as this heretofore
unpublished Incident Illustrates. Col.
.John N. Taylor, of Kast Liverpool, O.,
u lifelong friend of Mr. McKlnloy, who
Wan known in Washington as "the
man who had a latch-Koy to tho "White
llouso," took his llttlo granddaughtor,
1'aulino Tnylor. agod three, to tho ex
ecutive mansion for a visit.
Hho climbed upon Mr. McKinley's
kneo and soon discovered his watch.
Then sho prlod open tho back of tho
caso, as It looking for something.
"Why, Mr. President." sho lisped.
"It's empty. My papa has my mamma's
plcturo In his watch."
MrB. McKinley's faco fell on tho In
stant, but tho president was not found
"I carry my wlfo's plcturo in my
heart, Paulino," ho said, quietly, nnd
Mrs. McKlnley wns all smiles again.
Tho Sandal Question.
A rollego girl whoso c'ity homo do
bars her from a trial of tho Knolp
euro has for her neglige footgear tho
sumo (stylo of sandaki that children
wear In tho summer tlmo without
hoslory. "They glvo my feet a good
airing every day and my Iocs a
chauco to spread out eqii.MO as Mother
Xaturo Intended thoy should," Is hor
slntplo oxplnnatlou of tho idea. Sho
does not carry her fail onlsldo tho
limits of hor own private apartment,
hut ovon so, tho tlmo of release from
hosiery and stylish shoe's Is a groat re
lief, sho clnlms, to tired feet.
Blind Swimmers Swim Straight.
It is u puzzling fact that blind swim
mors aro able to hold an almost per
fectly straight courso for considerable
ilistancos, though no moro guidance is
given to them than some species of
call or whistle from tho end of tho
course. A blind man, In fact, desiring
to go In a straight lino, possesses tho
curious power of being ublo to do so
' EAST BUFFALO.
East Buffalo. N YTi'-luly -3. -Cat
tle Receipts 150, market light; val
ues steady. ',!?$
Veal calves- RcelptjfiTC; activo auu
linn; top veals, 8 GJa.i; '"" "
fair, 3.7C 3 7.7.'.. &
Sheep and Ipiubu Receipts 2uu; nci-
Ivo and Bteady. spring lambs, 5.2s u
75; yearlings, (i M5,G0: wethers,
5.50 5.D0; rwi'S. WIS ttf (; mixcu
sheep, t.75 (rf o 25; M sheop, 2.50
Hogs-Receipts 2.UU;jnarKei acuvo.
10 C,7j 15c higher; yorkers, (1.50
0.70; pigs, 0.80 OjUJiJ mlxeil Bi-auo
0,05 0.70; hoavytgradea, 0.50 W
ii.r5' roughs. 5 & cv&o; stags, i w
ChiPiifro. .Inly '-'U. Wheat-Rerov-eipil
hln'njrly t'nnu ojimnnfr wenk
iiots ul bc-ltlcil ltack, elosins at
l-'J d le lower; jjepteiuhor rnngi'il
from1 Ml ')-8 to !'l 1-1, clohiiif,' at
1)1 n-S; Dwemluir from 05 .'1-8 to
Oil 7-8. closiiljr nt !).") :i-8; May from
1 .no 1-8 to 1.01 1-2, vlosiujr at
Corn Closed uteady lo 1-So high
er; 801)1011)1101' ranged from .r2 1-2
t- .'ill J-i. closiiifT at 52 7-8; Decem
ber from ti) .'1-8 to Til), clusinsr at
1!) ."-8; May from fid ,'1-t lo fil 1-4,
ihiug at "0 -S.
OalK l-8c lower; .So)lomhor
ranged from 3S I-'.' l :) l-l. elos
ing !' US 1-2; Docemhor from 30 (o
Jill" :i-8. clenfr at HI; May fmm
II) 7-8 lo II 1-1. closing nt 10 7-8.
Toledo. July 2X -Wheat-Cask
ml July 00; September 01 1-2;
December 05 '..
Corn Cali, July and September
M 1-2; DrcomlitM I!) ')-8; May ll.
OiiIh Oaiili and July I.V. Swp
tembor !)8 1-1; Dceember 30; May
Clovei,e4!d-.CiUti ll.'l.'i; Oclober
0.2."); December mid March S.70;
prime nlsike 8; prime tiinnlliy 2-20.
Kyr No. 1. 78 1-2; No. 2, 77;
C-!.. OA.. '.!
v r iimns
jS zZi C' 2T: d tZi C di iS? en
?? sr. -. 2r er: sr. c cr; &
i Twolvo Viows of Marion and Twop.ty Four )
Stamps for Four Conts
Two pictures of Ohio .Snnitorhtm
Two pictures of Lndic's Homo
Two picture of Hih School
Two pictures of Court House
Two pictures of Presbyterian Church
Two picture of Union Station
Two pictures of Marion (bird's eye viow)
Two picture of Carnegie Library
Two pictures of West Center Street
Two pictures of Soldier's Memorial
Two pictures of Mirror Bond Scioto Rivor
Two pictures of Waddoll Children's Homo
THE HEADLEY DRUG CO. 1
115 W. ConterS t. (B
UNION STOOK YAltDS.
Union Stock ardsTSjns., .luly 23.
Cattln UcceliH I.BQOj'gBUinalcd for
tomorrow 18,0', nmrkot steady;
nrlmo hooves. .".S0 .-7.35; poor I"
medium, I.fiO fi 5.7QS stockcrs ami creamery, extra 25 ?p 20
tomorrow, 28.0"i, market 5c higher; 1-2
light, 6.05 iTf 0 aofftqugh, C.I5 Kggs-Hocelpts
5.80: mixed, " !J (Qw0.25; heavy,
5.85 G.10; pigs. 5.5 0.30.
Shoop-ItecolptH UiDQO! estimated
for tomorrow t.'i.OOOjIninrKet steady
to strong; native nudKjvestorn Bheep,
3,75 3 0; natlM- lanira5.05 (( 7.50;
western laiuijs. g.yuw 7.011.
WC CRHRY A FULL LINE OF
Tho "Eaton Hurlbut" first
brought to Marlon by us. Too tx
ponslvo for ordinary lottor writ-iiiK-'lill
rncontly. Oth'jr brniids
tlHlf VTtml'-tfH 11 1 1 1 A "l 1 Mrtfc I 'IftJW'&'iUfUmltm,
His "Clinic" Portrait.
"Thnt," remarked tho artist casu
ally, "is my cllnlcportrnit."
'Clinic," exclaimed tho visitor.
"Why drag In your "father's profes
sion?" Tho painter grlnnod. "Well, that
Just describes it," ho declared. "I call
it .that because four ladles camo to
call on mo ono afternoon, and nftar
I had showod some of my work ono
of thorn asked mo if I wouldn't show
them Just how I painted a portrait.
1 asked ono of them to poso for mo
and sat down and did that sketch for
them In un hour. Ami (hat is why
I call It my 'ollnle.' That Is what it
wns, you know" '
NF.W YOllK mODUOK
Now York. July 23. Butter Ito
celpts 22,511; moderately activo:
IfniiH UiiohI. !l 1-2 Si' 25: Imitation
eomuated for 'creamery firsts. 22; factory Ilrsts21 "
10,087; choice, nrm-
or; neaihy whlto fancy. 21 25; ex
tra mixed, 22 (( 23; westorn firsts,
17 1-2 18 1-2.
20 eiu, Imnnbiits liOO.
llighei'. Votkeis OffiSSll.UO; me
dium IK-10((il).5(l;lnJavies G.'JMU?
(1,10; bcsL jhm JM!n.li.); ttag-s
nnd ri lfir.4!JJ:,
(lv(gJUTeij)tstriC0 head; limr-
kel stwiif; P,,M1 (P1' 7.7.")S.
Slieei) mid lauil.gps(ioipt light;
futtlo Htfi-fintrt J;i; slow.
" . PITTSDURCr.'
Pittsburg. la., Juiapp. Cnttlo
Supply light, niarkotMstea'dy; cholco
0.50 (? 0.75; prltnoEKO W 0.-10;
good ,fi,04 C.15; tmyRTutchers, 5. CO
S 5.85t fair 4.75 f3KK5f holfors, 3
, 5', -, '
Ohlrngo, July 3. nutter, oggs and
poultry firm, llutter Kxtras In cream
cry. 25. UgKHKxtniB 10; llrsts U
1-2: prlmo lliHts, 15 poultry Turkeys
hens, 12; chlikons, Iioub. 11 U 1-2;
ducks, 8 0- geese, 7 jfji 12" .
Hot Plates Gasoline Stoves,
JUST ASK FOR PRICES.
Green Seal Paint
EVERY CAN WARRANTED.
Wears longest, looks best, and the cheap
est to use in the end.
HABERMHN HARDWARE CO.
107 South rinlii Street, )'
MADE TO ANY MEASURE
It's screen door and window time and the most latisfactory
way is to havo icreeni made to ordor for all the windows
and doors. Our framti aro heavier, fft perfectly tmd will last
twico as long as tho roady-tnndn kind. We take tho measure
niontn, hang thorn, at a vary little coat, assuring lasting satis
faction. FHONE 8.
iThc Wollcnwcbcr Lumber Co,l
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