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In the wlldq of Tcmapaml, northern Ontario, a section of country, 60
miles square, covered with lakes and forests Is known as tljo Temanaml For
est Reserve and has been net aside by tho Ontario government as a park
where tourists and sportsmen aro welcome. It Is ono of tho most beautiful
districts Jn America and filled with fish and namo.
CLARK CABIN FAMOUS
LOG HOUSE NEAR LOUISVILLE
CRADLE OF NORTHWEST.
One of the Moat Curious Landmarks
of Kentucky, from Which the
Exploror Otnrtod, Is Still
Louisville, Ky. Just south of this
city, between tho tfowberg and Bards
town roads, thcro stands a log houso,
moro thnn a century old, which Is
ono of tho landmarks of American his
tory and which may ho dcHlgnatcd as
tho cradle ot tho great northwest, for
It was from this hoiine that tbo I.owls
nod Clark expedition Btnrtcd on Its
Journey through tho then unoxplorcd
wilderness to tho Paclllc coust In
Tho houso Btnnds to-day nlmost as
It did In tho dawn of tho last century,
when tho Intrepid young oxploiors act
out on their Journoy that was to open
an empire. It wan thon nn outpost
In thn wilderness.' Today tho city
haR swept around It and It Is within
n short distance of the center of pop
ulation. Tho houso was built by Gen. Jona
than Clark, tho father, of Willlafn
Clark, of tho Lewis and Clark expe
dition, and of Ocorgo Rogeis Clark,
ono iof- tho mighty characters In thcr
hlstpry of the northwest territory. It
was erected .about tho year 178 L
William Clark served as lieutenant
under his brother, George Rogers
Clnrk, from 1703 in 1700. and then
went to Missouri, establishing him
self at Ht. Louts. When ho wan com
missioned a member of tho expedition
to push through tho northwest to the
Pacific ho came to Louisville and mot
Meriwether Lowls Tho lenders gath
eied tho first moinlioro of their expe
dition hole, nnd starting from tho
Clark homestead proceeded to St.
Louis and thenco on their historic
Tho homostond which was known
as Mulberry 1 1111, wiih occupied by tho
Clark family for many years and Is
now In possession of the descendant!.
Around the original cabin other struc
tures wore orectod nnd tho slave quar
ters stand as they wore In tho dnys
before tho war. Tho log cabin Itself
Is unchanged, save" that tho loot lma
undergono repairs, made necessary by
the wear of time. But the-loga culled
from the primeval forests aro as
sound as they wero when tho pioneers
shaped tholr homo from thorn.
Tho Bodley family, which now owns
tho land on which tho old houso
stands, has offoied It as a permanent
site for tho state fair to bo held in
Louisville. It haa not yet beon se
lected, but If It iBytho old log houso
will bo carefully prosocvod for its his
HO JOB FOR USERS OF TOBACCO,
Y. M. C. A. Building to Be Erected by
Men Who Nqlther Smoke Nor Chew.
Wilmington, Del. No nicchnnlc who
chews- or smokes tobacco while nt
work, will bo permitted to have uny
part In tho erection of tho new build
ing of the Young Men's Christian as
sociation of this city, Tho specifica
tions In the contract prepared by tho
Philadelphia nrohltcels, Frnnh MIIoh
Day & Bi other, Include tho following:
"No smoking or tobacco spitting
will bo allowed during tho prngioss of
tho work. Anyone disobeying this pro
vision will bo subject to Instant dis
missal by tho architects dliectfy or
throtilfclv tho contractor employing
eUClljPPTAOUftf' l;, 1 1
The archlrt$jB It Is said, fear tho
chewefe of the weed would deface' tho
Kird woodB to bo naail In tho building,
find It la also feared that anfokurs
might set Are to tint place
Wash Drylnn Causes a Suit.
St. Louis To prevent Mrs. ChrUt.
inn F- Render frpm hanging nor cloth
ing out to dry upon a vacant lot be
tween" tholr homoB Dr Daniel F. Hoch
doerfer applied to the cltcult court
for ap Injunction. Ho Uvea ivt 3110
California avnnuo nnd Mrn. llendtir In
hU neighbor ur. uocnuoerior con
Unda he tins eoilttrtl ot the lot Oar
tnunt. flannlasr to the bioezo, wjno
MU8T NOT ASSAULT GHOST.
At Least, ln,Germnny the Offense May
Berlin. A citizen of Wasungcn
named Bach hn3 Just pleaded vainly
to tho court of criminal appeal at
Mclnlngon his right to attack a ghost.
Tho Btory begins on Decombor 31,
when a follow citizen named Kocnlg
told Bach It ho would share his night
vigil na watchman ho would nco a
tuckering light In tho churchyard, as
Kocnlg had dono for years when tho
old year dlod.
Bnch wont armed with a revolver
and sword, llo saw a spectral light
and ran to tho churchward, whero ho
hnlled a dlm figure Receiving no ro
ply, ho slashed with Ida sword. Tho
wounds caused tho ghost to cry for
morcy. Tho f, host proved to bo a man
who, Influenced by nn ancient supersti
tion, burned blanches of a certain
ticc In tho churchyard to Immunize
himself and others from supposod
Bach was subsequently sentenced
to six months,' Imprisonment for
wounding him. Ho appealed on tho
ground that ho, really attacked a
spocler and It was merely an accident
that ho hurt a man. The Judges scorn
to ltavo hold that oven a ghost Is en
titled to protection, and tho nentonco
ROSE ON THE APPLE TREE.
Naturo Rako for the Secretary of An
' ' ' ' " rlculture.
Residents of this vIl-J
lago aro greatly Interested In a freak
of natiuo seen on tho promises of Cap
tain V. 8. Chamborlln. Hortlcultuilsta
nro unable to account for It. nlthoiigh
sovoral havo advanced theories.
In his applo orchard Captuln Cham
hot lln has a troo of flno gieonlngs noW
about the slzo of a bantam's eggs.
They giow In clustors, as well ordered
apples o, and arc highly prized by
UjoJr owner, who has cultivated tho
tioe until tho fruit ovcntually giows
to flno slzo and firmness.
A few mornings ago tho captain was
lool.lng ovor his oichaid when ho saw
what ho took to bo n roso blooming on
tho very tip of a limb on tho greening
tree. Ho could r.cnrcely lulloo his
eyes, so ho got a ladder and mado a
closer examination. Sure enough, tho
lose was thete, and Just back of It was
a cluster of roso leaves Bot amid
Reside the blooming rogo there was
a half dovolopod hud and before It a
dlustcr of apples. How the rose seed
gH Into the tree and whenco It camo
aro tlio question? bothering tho cap
tain and tho neighbors.
Greed Fatal to Blacksnake.
Altoona, Pa. Martin Crlflsmiin, n
Jinking valley fnrmer, killed n black
Bnnko six feet thrco Inches long. Tho
cries of a liibblt nttracted his ntten
tlon to(a clump of bushes, whoio ho
found tho snnko trying tp swallow
bunnlo. Throe rabbits and two birds
were found In tho anako when It was
Farmers ropoit that snnkos aro
more plentiful In tho region this sum
mer than for many years. Thoy
olnlm that, owing to the many spring
rnlns, there woio no forest fives, and
tho usual number of reptiles oscapod
roasting. Tho copporhoud Is unusual
Preachon In Weird Tonnue,
..York, Pa. Albert 13. Rojahn, an
ovnngoljBt of Dnllastown, this county,
claims to bo gifted with tho power to
speak and wirto In an unknown
tongue, llo demonstrated his strange
power a a meeting hoio whon ho de
livered a sermon no onq could uoder
stand. Rojahn claims that during a
recent visit to tho aoiith ho mot n
woman who was ablo to traualata
Bonio ot his wi Rings.
it "Phonograph Used at Mass.
.., PiirlBl Thh Vicar ot La Maltio in
IhorVar possesses neither chorlBtors'
Hinging doaka nur chanter. Ho, how
dyer, hit on nn Idea of colobrntlng
mass all tho samo He decided to In
vest In u phonograph with a sacred
character. . While tho vicar celebrates
the Jioly ollldo it phonegmtih omits tho
ropotiBQs uutl liturgical chants. When
tho roll lo exhausted tho priest
changes it and 'winds tip tho apparatus,
1HB MAKOK IfKnlti
LINEN POCKET BOOK
WHITE MATERIAL 13 DE8T FOfl
Can Be Made by tho Homo Worker at
Comparatively Little Cost Neat
ly Embroidered, It Makoa
Llnpn is, coming more and morn
Into favor "flnmjcrlajjor snali
articles, and calendars, "desk sots,
purses, bags andj ma.ny othqr such
things ar,o seen lntlio art needlework
Btoiesind their popularity Is duo to
Its sttcngth and Its neat and fresh
appearance A design for a linen
pocket book Is shqwn In tho drawing,
which might very,, easily bo carried
out by tho homo wmker at small cos,t,
whlto linen being ,uscd as material,
Tho pockot book 4was cmbroldored
with whlto embroidery cotton In atre
foil pattern, round lots also being set
on at regular Intervals. A double
lino of tho ombroldory cotton formed
tljo border. j
Another stylo of pocket book Is an
exact copy of tho popular strap pock,
ct book, with a handlo on tho back,
which may bo slipped over tho
llngots. When finished it should he
seven Inches wldo and four and a
quarter deop. Tho strips should bo
about 12 Inches long to bring this
size when finished. Tho strips aro
Ld" i'U.! TTJ
tho turned-over flap coming to within
an inch of tho bottom of tho pocket.
Tho foundation for tho purso is mado
of heavy whlto canvas, cut Just llko
tho linen covering except for tho (lap.
Tho stitched handlo was mado of
canvus, covered with tho llnon, and
Pocket Book of White Embroidered
was sowed to tho back of tho purse,
if a monogram has not been used on
tho flap, tho owner's Inltlnls may bo
'Smbroldered In hinnll Iottors on tho
'aandle. Tho flap was folded down
With a hot Iron.
SMALL ITEMS OF TOILET.
Coquettish Fripperies Have Immenso
Vogue This Season.
Thcro Is really no describing tho
smai toning Influence of tho myriad
! little lac6 and ombroldory details of
the fashionable woman's toilette, nnd
this fact was nover moro apparent
than this season, whpn so many tail
ored nnd soml-tallored frocks aro em
bellished with separato chemisettes,
rovers, ruffs, etc., of hnndworlc of all
kinds. Klchuo of all kinds havo won
Parisian favor, and coquettish effects
aro obtained by tholr clover manipula
tion, even though they bo over so slm
plo and Inexpensive.
It Is (ho girl who understands how
to mnko and how to wear theso dainty
accRH3or!es who appears well dressed.
A whlto duck skirt worn with a hand
made and hand-ombroldored blouse
1 and Mulshed by a good-looking .belt
and tlo or stock is always la good
taste this time ot year, provided It Is
all dnlnty and fresh, tho belt carefully
adjusted, tho blouso ooeinely fastened
nnd no while petticoats dipping below
tho duck skirt In tho hack.
A full-length glass or a well-tipped
dressing mirror should ho consulted
before going out. It Is very dlfllcult
to havo pottlcoats and underskirts of
oxact length for tub frocks, whero
shrlnkngo must be considered, nnd a
linen or duck skirt pnrtlculaily 1b apt
to "hitch" at tho back.
"Music Is a Cry."
Music Is called tho unlvorsnl Ian
guago; and yet whon you nro strug
gling to understand whnt a composer
Is trying to Bay, nlwnys lcmomber
that ho Is speaking n primitive- lan
guage thnt frames i vaguoly a nontl
ment, or a mood, of a tangled fabric
of sontlments nnd moods.
Tho best dellnltlon I over heard of
music Is that of Talno, "Music Is a
cry," and to my thinking, at least
Uio best music Is that In which, to
tho largest degree, i each nolo repre
sents nn ontcry. But then n cry may
mean so much or do little! Delinea
tor. 1 ,
Linen Robe,i Patterns.
In tho ombioldorqd llnon robo pat
terns nro to be foupd many that will
mako up readily lnip threo-plcco cot
tumfB or Into prlncesB dresses with a
supplementary coaA or sleeveless
jackot. Some of theso pattern gowns
havo at' least ope omhrc-Idored 0r laco
panel that will extend from the. belt
to the hem, nnitr1fiHbrti 'a'aklVt'show
lng on(rdeux,t.f.nta'j"lficb or om
broldory Wnlcn.'ls repeated In tho
Jackot tilmmlng artd In tho accom
panying blouso. '
PrlJist Cape for Bridesmaid.
Llttlo "prleals' dapos" of creamy
Venetian, lace, wljlch aro caught In
tho contor of tho ''buck with a huge
bucklo nnd fall In lung graduated end a
to tho bottom of tho skirt, represent
a very pretty flnlBh lo not gowns for
bridesmaids. The' Ihco Is repeated
again as a covering to a hat of whlto
orlnollno, which requires no supple
mentary adornment nave a hlign
feather uct(rod with a largo buoklo
repeating exactly tho tone Tjt th
MIRifotf, FRIDAY, AUGUST 0
waiawf WWII t .1.11 'WyWWWj
ZuucsvHlo will. Havo a
$50,000 . Vaudeville
II, S. Villi mainiL'ur of
Family theater returned today Iro'm
.i trip through, southern Ohio itnd1
Western Pennsylvania which die took
in tho interest of the National
ViiudovHle Jluimgeiw' association,
which Juis control of tho local
hopsc. Ah result of deals closed
during tho pafit lew weeks with
prominent vaudeville hooking hous
or, ono of. which furnishes attrac
tions for Kcftltte theaters, Uio cir
cuit on which Marion is located will
lie greatly increased. Tho three
combined booking nuclides now
control a territory extending fioin
coast to coast.. ,,
Down ifc Zaiiosvillc. Afc. Vnii
made arningcmcntH lr the building
of u $,"10,000 hdir-e. Improvements
aie being wadeal the local houso
h'"l l.e.V.4Jtat -. will' bo
opened lale thisihontl
IBAR ASSOCIATION ,
Met to Arrnngcjfor the Funeral of
the Lalo W. V. Payne.
Vt n ineutjiig ftf t'ic Manuii Couu
tj Jinr ivssociatithij Jn-lii m the coni
iiiou pleas court lpom, this lnorning,
unlJiigeiiiciits Vyic mado for at
tending tho funeral of M. V.
Payne, which was In Id at the Into
lio'ine of tho deceased at 2 o'clock
this afternoon. u.
Tho vice -president. W. K. Sco
Held. 4ipoiiitoil !G". . t'Hncr. I).
I!. Crisbingor ami S. 11. ll.irtram
is n comuiitteU' to di.tw up resolu
tions on the tlratii ot Mr. Payne
and report nt Jho, opening of tho
October .term uf, court.
The pall bearers appointed ' by
Jft. Scolicld vqre (. II. Eymon,
V. II . Coniey, Frciiih Ciow, Harry
.1. Nichols, William P. Molonoy I
and Harry C. Thompson.
PARABLE FROMfTHE RUSSIAN.
Well Might We All UayY'l,' Too, Arri
But a Sinner."
Ivan Ovnnovleh was ahousobreak
cr and for a long time' success at
tended on his crimes, "shut at last ho
Was taken nnd sent to Siberia. There
lio lemalned 17 years. " ,
Ho had gone to Siberia n hardened
and bitter man Ho returned home
kind and humble, for lnthOBo barren
wastes God had lovcalc'd his truth to
him. God had boficncd .his heart.
And Ivan Ovanovlch.'In order to
atono for his mii crjmes, took the
llttlo hionoy ho had saved In prison
and sot forth on t ho ong pilgrimage
to Jerusalem. J'
After many hardships ho reached
tho holy. city. He Haw ."the' sopulcher,
tho mount, the gardpn,sVv'nd tho bur
don of liln sins nat lightened and he
wept any prayed '
Ono day a beggar asked him for
"t havo, nothing brotKer."
"Dog,, you Ho'" '
And tho beggar struck down the
aged pilgrim with ids Irpn-shod staff,
searched him, nnd finding that ho had
indeed no monoj. niado off.
Rut Ivan Ivanovtich lay-by (ho road
sldo, blood (lowing fomr a great
wound In his head AUjnlght ho lay
thoro in tho cold and lnJ.ho morning
they found him and took;Hm to n hos
pital. It was said Minljha would die.
As ho lay dying hIx vagabonds, tho
boggar among them, woj-o urought
Into tho room and rnnod,at his bod
sldo. v H.jp"j,
"Toll us, Ivan Uanovlqh,";sald tho
profecj, "which of thpso iiion Rtruck
you down for on' thQm 1$ was and
his crlmo shall ho expiated on the gal
The eyes of tlm dyliTgfmaii' closed
and ho suld In a weakJS volco;
"Let him go, uhooveflS'a may he,
for I, too, am but a clndnal."
THE ONE THING
V ANT ED.
Three Different lindsof -Soup Were
Brought to thogGueit.
Aftor waiting tho usual flvo or ten
'minutes tho new arrival was served
with tho first dinner couiso ot soup,
runs a story In Judge's Elbrary. Hes
itating a moment as .hbstanced at
his plate, tho guest aalcjVto tho wait
er: "I can't eat this jump." "I'll
bring you another klndfljj&lf," said tho
waiter as ho took It avvay "Nolthor
can I oat thla soup!" saluitho guest, a
trlflo moro emphatically,, whon tho
second plato was sorved: 'The waiter,
angrily but silently, for a third time
broit&Ut a plato of soup. "I simply
can't eat this soup!" once moro said
tho guest hi a 1' omphatjq tone. By
this time the waiter was1 fiirlous and
called tho hot6I propilotor, while tho
gueBta at tho near-by tablo lookod
over that way with curious glatices.
"Really, sir, thl 1b unusdah May I
aslt why you can't oat any? ot our
soups$" demanded tho proprietor. "Ho
eatmo I havo no appon," -.replied tha
HJIIHIJI II1 UMiJJJIIIm eKJJLILW-lJlJU-l-UJICT31
Daily Market Roporl,
Hast Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 0. --Cat
tle Ileclpts 125, trado fair, steady.
iVcal calves llcelpts' 1,050; opened
actlvo and linn, closing weak. Top
veals, 8 8.25; cull to fair, 3.75
Shop and Inniliu Receipts 1,1U0; act
lamps, ,25o higher.
lalilbs, l,"cli' G.'VOry'carllngs, C
(1,50; wethers, G.7G C; ewes, 1.75
(gxG.L'S; mixed sheep, 5 Qt, 5.25, cull
sheep, 2.0 fl) -1.25.
llug Kcci'iptH 0,800; active,
piga 15c higher; other grades 5 (a)
10c sttvngcr. Yoikera 0.70 (id
0.75; pigs (1.80 0.85; mUcd
gardes (1.50 Ob (i.(i0; heavy grades
0.30 (? (!.55; wughs
(1.50; stugrf 4 ((I 4.50.
UNION STOOK YARDS.
Union Stock Yards, Ills., Aug.
for Catllc-ltccclpta 1,500; estimated
tomorrow 200; market slow, steady;
beeves, G.75 7.50; poor to medium
1.40 frh 5.fi5; stockcrs nnd feeders,
2.70 S C; cows nnd heifers, 2.00
G.50: caiineis. 1.10 2. CO; Tcxans
HogsMlccelpts 11,000; estimated for
tomorrow 10.000; market lOo higher;
rough 2 50 ( 0.10; light, fi 3 G.40;
mixed G.IO (i.70; heavy, 5.75
(i.30; pigs, 5.75 0.10.
Shccp-J-ItecclptH 7,500; estimated for
tomonow 2,000; market 10e higher;
native sheep 3.85 (a) C; western sheep
3.85 (i; native lambs, 5 75 7.75;
western lambs, 5.75 7.00.
Cleveland, O., Aiig. 0. Hogs He
cclpts 20 cars; shipments 800; higher.
Yorkers, 0.00; mixed 0.G0 U.;5;
heavies, (i.20; best pigs (i.1,0, stags
and roughs I (?' 5.10.
Calves Receipts 300; steady (lood
to extra 7. CO 7.75; fair to good,
0 7( heavy and thin. 1 5.
Sheep and lambs Receipts light;
steady. Good to extra lambs, 7.50.
Cattle Receipts light; steady.
Pittsburg. IM., Aug. 0. Cattle
Supply light, mnrkct steady. Cholco
G.C0 6.85; prime ( 30 0.50; good
C 0.25; tidy butchers, 5.00 5.00;
fair, 1.75 525; heifers, 3 fi.
bulls, 3 (id 150; fat cows 1.50 1.23.
good fresh cows and springers, $35
Shcep and Iambs Supply light.
market steady. Prime ethers, 5.50
5. CO; god mixed 5.20 5.10; fair
mixed, 1. 00 5.10; culls nnd com
mon, 2 :; lambs, 5 (it 7.50. Veal
calves, 8; heavy and thin, I 5.50.
dlogs Receipts 40 douhlcdccks, mar
ket higher. Prime heavy hogs, 0.20
0.25; mediums 0.50 0.55; heavy
yorkers, G.55 (w COO; light yorkcrs
and pigs, fl.70 0.75; roughs, 1.50
5.25; stags 3.75 4.25.
Oliicngo, Aujr. I). Wheat was
dull and weak hut rallied on gov-
jriiiuent liyiiie.s. bepttynber rnnging
l mm S7 ;i-a to a J-l; clObing- kit
SS 7-8; December from 02 to 93
l-'2; clobiup; at (Kt 1--I; May frum
.17 1-2 to i)S 3-1, clobinj,' nt !)8
Stnko of Westciu Union operu
tuie cm tailed trado badly.
Corn was Jiig-her; isejitembur
raugins from 51 1-1 to 53; clos
ing at 55 1-8; December from 51
l-l to 52 3-8; dosing nt 52 3-8;
Man- .f ioiii 52 5 8 to 5;i 7-8 closing
at 53 3-J. y
Oul! weie eiiby, September laii
in;r from -15 4o -10 1-2; closing nt
15 1-1 ; December fiom 13 to 44;
elobinjr at -13 3-8; May ffoni .41
T-8 lo 4(1, elosiiig at 45 3-8.
I'rovibiontr wero llrinor, opaujwnt
buyiur. Sc)te'r.iber products rnngcil
I'oik 10.30 10.50; closing it
10.35; liuil 0.15 (?D I). 20; clcfiing
at 0.17 1-2; lib.-; 8.70 8.82 1-2;
cluing ut 8.82 1-2.
Weather wus lino for ciop devel
opments cables relatively weak,
winter wheat movement Jield up nnd
cash demand wtis light. Liverpool
1-1 and l-2o lower. Tho govern
ment lopoit indicated U crop of
10!),500.000 bushel winter and 221,
000,000 bushels spiing wheat , a.
total of 030,000,000 bushel agaitist
735,200,000 bushel last year.
Toledo, Aug. !). Wheat (Audi
87 1-1; September 88 1-1; Decem
ber 03; May 03 3-8.
Corp Cush 5S; September 58;
December 52 1-4.
QutK-Uiihh 51 1-2; September 43
7-8; December 43. -
Olovcrseeil-Cash 10.00. October
10.25; Docu'mbor 0.00; March O.CO;
Alsiko 8.5Q. Tlmolhy "J, 35.
NEW YORK" PRODUOE '
Nov York, Aug. 9, Butter Re
ceipts 5,118; Irregular and unsettled.
Cicamery extra 22 3-1 25; state
dairy tubs llrsts 2l; factory (lists 20
1-2 (a) 21 1-2,
Eggs-ReelptH 0,181; Ihm. Nearby
whlto fnticy 21 28; do extra mixed
23 21; whlto IliBts 17 1-2 18.
Chiuagw, Aug. 0. I'rodtwp mur
ket getievnlly linn. Htittor JJxtaias
in oioiithery SI 1-2. Kjirs HslniH
20; flrsti 17; prime ilwts, 18. Poul
try Tmkoj'S, hops 12, chickens,
uklX-JUJUJ LUUi-lll -iX
Tho amount of money yon
havo lost by ktoplug your
oparo rooms vacant so long.
A largo sum is It nat? Stake
up your mind that yon will
looo monoy no longor in this
way. Havo your ad Inserted
in Tho Mirror for r. week,
which will cost yon 50 cents.
Your room will thon b
rented. Olinap conimlsBion to
pay, in it not?
Phono ads to Na. 6 titter
WANTKD Bilck layers at Susque
hanna Silk Mills. S-8-.'lt
WANT15D I'l ilu sewing to do at
homo. Call Cltbens phono 1 on
WANTI3D Twenty-llvo men for day
nild tonnage work the year louud.
Apply at lohn I). Owens & Sou
nuiiny. special rates given on
electric and steam lines to , reach
A1NTING Buggies and carriages
painted and levatuishcd. Finest
material u.i?l only. Dennis Gompf,
Mill street, o'd Huber llldg. Over
repair shops. S-7-Jtd2tw
FOR RUNT "wo furnished rooms
for light housekeeping llrst
floor. Apply 113 W. Church.
FIJRNISIHOD ROOMS-Flrnt or" scc
oud floor. Path, gas and all mod
ern convo ilcucpfi. 113 Blaine Avenue.
UCT(ONKIi!RIN(l-J. W. Clart
will cry sales ot firj description
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your Interest In m)
Interest. Office rooms, Court sttvt,
Both ulmnoB. Marlon, Ohio.
FOR SALE Horse and Buggy. ln
iiuho 133 N. Main street. Citizens
phono 170. 8--3tpd
FOR SALI-Satiiiday. Aug 10. 1007,
at 2 o'clock p. m.. auction sale of
household goods, consisting of two
bed room suites with bedding,
kitchen furniture, sldo 'ionrd, exten
sion tablo. chairs. All now. Also
two city lots and two cheap hcrsos
.1. V. Clark, Auctioneer.
FOR SALIC- Two Alligator Hay
Pi esses In good turning order.
Piactlcally good as new. Call Bl
Phono 11, Muirnl, Ohio. J. P.
Brady, Mnrr.il, Ohio. 8-3 Mpd
FOR SALK Houso of sovon rooms,
em Pennsylvania Avenue. Well,
cistern, all out buildings Lot 10x100
feet, $1100.00. Sco C. O. Blown,
378 Boulevard. S-l-lmo
FOR SALE 7W ncien ot good land,
with good buildings, gooil fences,
good wells, i.ew iicilea and well
adapted to ilock rnlBlng. Can bo
divided into four farms. Han iitono
plko on two MdcB. Will tnko part
payment In M.ulon City pioperty.
Charles HotcHcr, Phono 433.
MOVING AND TRANSFER.
I'll 1-3 PADDOCK TRANSFER STOR
Transfer Stoiago and Crating.
We move and store
your guuds and do
all kinds oi transfer
work. Phone 155.
PEOPLES TRANSFER CO
fffMUl nijIUI .!
Washington, Aug. 0. Today's
tiensury statounint: Hocoipt i2,
350,3(10; exponditiires $1,010,000.
Suicided In a Hotel.
New Yoik. Aug. 5. Prof. Arnold
Bnumunli, a school teacher Bfi years
of ago of Now BraunfoU, Tox., klllbd
himself In Sweet's hotel Runttay, He
placed a pistol Id his mniitlt us he sat
in fiont of a minor and blow tho lop
ot His lioiul olT. Baumhitn arrived
here Friday on his wnv to (loiiijanj
(n tnko a ciuo fur rheumittUuu. H)na
his arrival In had Ix'un soarciAly ablo
to leave his room.
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Take a Look!
7 rooms Prospocl SI ..... $2800
8 rooms E. Church SI .$2800
7 rooms S. Grand Avo. -52000
6 rooms S. Grand Avo $2G00
7 rooms S. Grand Avo $2200
7 rooms Prospect SI $2600
7 rooms Cherry St $3100
7 rooms S Selfncr Avo $2500
Modern axeept furnace.
11. E. Carpenter
110 1-2 S. Main St.
OCEAN'8 GREATEST DEPTHS.
Pressure of Water That Would
otroy a Battleship.
Moro than half tho surface, of the
globo la hidden under water two miles
deep; 7,000,000 square miles llo ot a
depth of 18.000 feet or moro. Many
places havo beon found flvo miles
nnd moro In depth Tho greatest dopth
yet sounded is 31,200 feet, near tho Is
land of Guam. If Mount Kvorest, tho
world's1 highest mountnln, wero pluck
ed from Its seat and dropped Into
this spot tbo waves would still roll
2,000 feet ahovo Its crest. Into this
terrific abyss tho waters press down
with a forco of moro than 10.000
pounds to (ho squaro Inch. Tho
stnunchest Bhlp e.ver built would be
crippled under this awful pressure
like an eggshell under a steam rollor.
A pine beam, 15 feet long, which held
oppn the mouth of a trawl used lo
making a cast at a depth nt moro
than 18,000 feot, was crushed flat as
if It had been passed between roll
ers. Tho body of tho man who should
attempt to venture to such depths
would bo compressed until tho flesh
was forced Into tho Interstices ot tho ,
bono .nd his tiunk was no larger than 1
a ro' .ng pin. Still, tho body would, '
reach tho bottom, for anything that j
win suik in a iud or water win biiik.
to tho utteimost depths of the ocean.
Eugcno Wilioughby In The Ocoan.
THE TALE OF A FISH.
As Related to His Friends
They had been discussing fish and
fishing, w'ben Jenkins suddonly addeda
"Did I over tell you about Plttl Sing,
my pet Jnpaneso fan-tailed goldfish?
Bought her from Jako Hopo for US,
and sho Is no longer than your linger.
But about hor Intelligence. Of course,
she comes when called and eats out of
your hand and all that childish non- i
sense; but hero's a thing she did '
which indicates thought, reasoning,!
bralnwork. Ono day a candlestick fell! '
from the mantel on to tho thick glass
bowl in. which PJttl Sing was dream
ing. Tho candlestick cracked the
bowl and knocked a small hole In It. '
Pittl Sing, all alone In the drawing '
room, saw tho water that was essen-
tial to her existence flowing through I
the hole, and what do you think she
did? She plugged up tho leak with i
hor tall, and In that position I found
her on my return nn hour or bo later. '
Sho had Baved her life, but tho end ot
hor tnil. from expoBiire to tlio air, was
all shriveled and cracked. I had to
massage It with cold cream before tho
poor llttlo thing could swim again."
Thorn wns painful silence for a fow
minutes; then when Dumply said it
looked llko rain everybody but Jen
kins followed him out.
Smoked in Church.
Although tho present universal
habit of smoking Is of comparatively
iccent date, tho uso of tobacco was
carried to a great excess when it
wns Hist Introduced Our ancestors
smoked even In church. All such of.
lenders wero solemnly oxcoramunl
cnted by Urban VIII. In 1024. nnd
again by Innocence XII. In 1690,
when tho piactlco seems (o havo ex
(ended to Homo Itself. There was
William Breedon. too, vicar of Thorn
ton, "a profound divine, and absolute
ly tlio most pollto person for natlvi
ties In thnt age," of whom tho astrolo
ger Lilly says thnt "when he had no
tobacco he would cut tha bel , ropes
and BmoKe tnom,
A Plant Prophet.
Thore has been found recently tn
Cuba a strango plant which has ex
traordinary powors In forecasting not
only atmospheric, but seismic disturb
ances. When theso aro to occur twigs
and leaves perform pecullai move
ments, each having Its definite signifi
cance. By observing them weather
forecasts can be made from two to
seven days ahead, and oarthquake
forecasts ns much as 20 days In ad
vance over an (iron of 300 Bquaro
miles. Volcanic eruption and accu
mulations of tire damp in ralnea can
also ho predicted. . ,
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