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The Grand
c- .. Perry, Lcsstw and Manager.
SATURDAY, SEPrEMBER 14
Matinee and Night.
An Intellectual Trept to Lovers
of Refined Comedy.
"LAUGH, AND THEN SOME
MORE LAUGHS" IT'S ALL
IN.
ME YOU A MASON?
By Special Arrangement with
Chnrles Frohman.
Prices, Evening, 50c, 75c, St.
Box Seats SI. 50
Matinee, Adults 50c
Children 25c
W I Ml-,....,! ! I M,
The Grand
A- G. E. Perry.Lcssec and Manager
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th.
Tho Great Political Satire,
HOYT'S A .'$
TEXAS STEER
-T-
With Jas. R. McCann as
Ma crick Brawler and Nina
Wilbur as J3ossy and all tho
old favorites.
Prices, 25c, 50c, 75cr $1.00.
MARION
FAMILY
THEATRE
Week of September 9th
hoyt & Mcdonald
Y
The Interview
E. P. ROW
Illustrated ixmij
& -REEVES
Singing" Comedian
PICTURES MYSTERY OF
PUCCINELLA
Matinco Monday. Wednesday
and Saturday.' 3 p. m.r
10?: X
Children under 12 years old
Saturday Matinoea G cents.
Evcnlne Shows 7:30 & 9 p. m,
TICKETS 10c
and
20c-
i.
GoahawK's Chanolng PlUmajje.. ' ,,
,. ,1 know no blid which .lias'sos
tlirpugh so inany nliaiifierf'of plumage
and color of eyes (afi (ho B08hnvjf.'"
A young ono whleh I hiiVo inopiltQ
is atiout tho hUo of a snialnhon n,niR
is covered with, white. (Iowjt,,, !, JJis
eyes axe pule bluo. I colored ttfoGfea
exactly from llfj- When fuily'grVnvn
the ftrat piunjago is dark biown aliovo
and tho eyen are )iale yellow. No?
ono would bo likely to suspect 'thls
being a goshawk who had only seen
adult birds.
Later Jt cliaiiBQ3 td tho dark; shady
bluo.of tho adult, and tho oyos, nftor
passing Hirough all tho Intormodlato
qhnngea In color from straw yollow,
oinngO yellow nud pink, dually as
aumo thp deep jicb led of tho adult
t Foicst'aud Stream,
V
ERNl &Hf5NEGGER
I AcroaiCS and Dancers
ROE
DEALINGS IN
REAL 'ESTATE
Josyph N. Court to I)or
M, Paco,
. Clark,
company
one. lot in Mixtion, ?2,S0P.
.1. W. Clark to Thomu
one lot in Marion, $2J0.
The Stoltz-Scoilcid Lull
to George W. Krnncr,
.Marlon, $225.
k)UO lot in
WJlllam Cus8ldy, by cxicutor, to
C.
n, Dennis, ono lot in Miilon,
$230.
Glat-
C. F. Gladlinrt to Sinn on It
hart, li 1-2 acres in Tl y
townshlp,
$300.
E. S. Hockman to W
ono lot in Marion, $100?t
Q. T. Haruing to W.
Ilia
Spotts,
Llklns,
H.
ono lot In Minion, $2,000
Nancy Herri ngtoi) to Charles
11.
McGuIre, part of lot inVlarion, $1.
.Inlm JfiliTtonn in flit!ill'fl Trihlmnn
FV.... ..W....WW.. fcV WM...IM .... WHIUV,
ono lot In .Marlon, $1.
Eliza -Martin to .J. S'.
Lyon, eight
acres In Scott township,
st.ooo.
Joseph G. Morcy to Gtiru
A. Mo-
roy, part
$0,100.
of five lota
in
.Mariou,
Dora M. Pace to .Tosep
N,
Couit,
one lot In Prospect. $2,1(
T, W. Peters to I). C
). '
Uoor, ono
lot in Minion,- $100.
J, Margaret l'ohcy to .r
teln, two lots In Wnldo, $
P. AUgllfl-
".0.
11." llllgllCB
- Itosii B. Treese to Viola
ono Jot . )n Marlon, $1C0
G., A TJilbaut to 13,
i
Bondley,
one lot in Marlon, $J?25.
Clara B. Wlllielm to Whiter .Mar
tin, part of town lots III Marlon,
$1,000.
It. O. YW'tg tpi-J. G llorev. ilvo
IfitH 111 Alftrfon (Sbp.
Xt. n4ltfjtolanafleld. Osteopath,
'ocaledtnfg!El4JVcHt Ceil'pr street.
ifflco JipuriicvTucsday. rriiursday.
Saturday,' 10 to-12' a, m. land 1 to
. in. . J jt o-10-nt
Nominated for Maybr.
Columbus, O., Sejit. I .t. Cl A. Uoiul
wn nominated for iimpt ,lt tho re
publican prlmaiies liu.l nltlit. U
was Hiipporled by tho llboraf elutuoiu
of tho party..
3tato of Ohio'City or Toleili, Lucas-
County, as. H
Ki'HiiJi'if. .ciionoy makes mn oath
hat .ho. , Is t'ulor partner nt djiovflnn
if I;; f. Cheney & Co,,- olngj'buinKSa
iVtho City 'of Toledo' County aiyl.
jtnto nfofcsald, andMlint siidVflrm
vlll pay the sum of ONM UlJNDItKD
DOMjAHS for each and -every' case
"t Catarrh that cannot bo cured byv
Jiolisq df Hall's. Catarrh Cun. ' .
FRANK J. CIlUNIDY,
Sworn tofbeforo mo untP auciibed
II my prpscncfi, this Cth dnyVpf De
cmber A. t)., 1880, ,J ,
A. W. OLHASO,
(Seal.) "T . Notary llibllc.
Hall's Catarrh Curo ia taken in
crnully, and actti directly oi( tho
blood and mucous Kurfntcs oil tho
yatem. Send for testimonials Xreo.
I J. GIIENBY & CO,,
Toledo, 0.
Sold by all ,l)rugglsts, 75q.
TakoNHans Family Pills for oh
tipatlon, ''f
s 'LOVE.
Noy, that 'tovl is being Mis
sbcled by (isyehplogihtfi, editors uud
uiminatoi iir enntnl it is -pi.' pass
iup; intenist to jpud (nnd analyo
koiuo of vlUo eat lomanees ilint
wan tiipuiiHinpiijr uetore oar
Very eyoS-i(ctiiaU,e.porioiices .of
liolajijo Hwee'llieurts. and lovow that
KP 'to fill' oitvv daily .nowgpapcY
villi lmiiHne itrtie!o. Tho Maga-
'Aw iSoetioi oj! nt'xl Sunilny'$
Win Id wij) ijar-)imnlp(l ovpr with
miWi lpVftifijdv1j!'iMj,'Yi(ire,e JW.
S'lvcr SHMSfrTJ' fjl Never 'Oivd
lor (lTti",--i"AVi
Lnilv
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TVin'
lnn fw yn'ir tnt
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1ir.liiAli-.r nnAtil
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t'"pd solid
guaranteed .
1 am
...,i ,1....' .iUSvs.'.v n V ... ' w'n my hands elutohlng my
Allrt . l.tr, ma An lrfAII... IV .. T
1 v y.
,r, n, , ,.,, u,k inn no that I am Joking. Llttlo do
, '"' i iu an hh vouou fho-agonies of ring sickness
nsnS ii.ii.n wnoin M-pok' rending (uow racking mo. Pass
"t nel .suiijwv's World,
kiin
I1003 "t -$K50 ar
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THE MARION
SfONES
AND BRICK
JIurled at Fellow Country
Men by Striking
Italians.
Ravenna, O., Sept. 18,-Thrco men
wcio felled by stones, ami many
more Injiiicil In n ilerco battle be
tween striking Italian Hewer diggers
and otlier ltaliana who had been jmt
to work in the trenches.
liriclts and stones wore used by
the rioters. Tho light was Browing
ilesperato, wlien a riot call brought
out Sheriff Michael and a posso of
I'ollco armed with shotguns. Firteon
of tlie lighters wero rorralcd rind
marched' to the jail. Many others
escaped. All tho prisoners were
fined.
The men had stiuck for a raise in
wages.
RIOTING
AVERTED
Chicago Alderman With
draws Proposed Telephone
Ordinance.
Chicago, Soptombor 13. Amid tie
mendous excltcmcut Aldermnn Young
in chargo of tho pending telephone
ordinance, temporarily withdrew his
measure at tho Council meeting yes
terday. Its futuro Is now In doubt.
Tho Council does not meet again un
til a week fromrtiext Monday night.
Tho action came as an electric sur
prise. It hadJieen believed that the
ordinance would go sailing thiough.
That document, which for tho past
low days has nronscd all Chicago,
now can rest until after tho elec
tion on tho new city charter next
Tuesday. It la thj hope of tho tel
ephone advocates to carry tho Re
publican measure at tho polls.
Tho City Hail novor contained a
more thoroughly -aroused crowd of
citizens. The lobbies wero thronged.
In tho gallery there was not good
standing room. Policemen drovo
hundreds down the steps. Elovntor
conductors wore ordered to stop t.io
steady, determined stream that
jammed the curs. In the Council
Chamber Itself theio woro so many
outsiders that It was difficult for
ono Aldermnn to seo another, and
tho poliro had trouble keeping tho
big crowd in order, rt IS" believed
that had tho ordinance passed there
would have been sur-Ji a demonstra
tion of piotcst as the City Council
Chamber lias never seen.
ELLIS SAYS MAUCK
WAS NOT DISMISSED
t'oluinubst Sept. III. Attorney
(ieueral Wudo U. KIIk twlay de
uiedtho lcpoit that IUxcic Miiuck,
hpeeinl counsel in his olllce hail beeu
diMiiied. Air. Hllis said it is Into
Air. Alaucl: is pioparing to enter
piivulo prai'tii'o of law and that
lie lias not been thawing pay 1'ioni
llie hlate all summer, as lie ban
been on his acalion. Alnuclcmay
lolmu to bis home at Gallipolis.
Drldal Superstitions.
Porhaps thoro Is no time of her Ufa
when a woman Is inoro ruled by super
atltlou thnu in tho caso of lior bildal
attlro, and nearly ovory girl makeb a
point 'of carrying out tho old dictum
to tho letter by Including in lior dress
."Something old, something now, some
thing bonowod and something blue."
Tho fatter is Introduced In form of an
ornament and caref ullyhldden. No bride
who hopes fop a rosy futuro would, be
sides, dream of trying on hor wedding
gown In Us complotcd form bcfoio thu
marrlago tnkos placo, whllo In Ger
many hor Hiiporstitlous bcruplos aio
carried oven further and tho diess
maker Invariably contrives to leavo
somo unimpoitnnt detail of tho wed
ding dross unfinished, iu which state,
It has,to bo worn- at ,tho coromony
in former ycaia grcon was sedulously
tabooed on" tho part of tho brides
maids on tho ncoro of 111 luck, but this
year touches of green havo boon intui
duccd In numbers of cases Into the
toilets of tlio "maids of honor," eitlier
( in tho form or embroideries or tha
Uimmltigs of hats.
Rlnn Sickness.
Tho clown utaggeied from tho
rlng;i'ho throw lihnaqlf, groaning on
thnf.grass.lu the dressing tent, A
shotit of laughter followed htm. "Let
laugn, ' tno poor roiiow milt-
( --. IVPlinv thlnlf ImnnilQn T rnn nnh
---. I.1W , HV.IIMMU ..... UW
stomach,
they know
that aro
that bottle,
ylll you? Ring sickness is like sea
sfeknoss. You got It from continually
running round nnd round, and round
nu circus ring. Ring mnstcrs set it
nyiro frequently thai, clowns, nnd
htio even
pt it-"
scon liffJoa
wlUi u touch
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ST.
DAILY MlRItOK. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1007.
TvSip"
LAOKED'THE OOURAOE
" TO COMMIT SUICIDE
Xow QiWh 'lt. 13.iCliaiIe
13. ix-ttijnlilef eh rk in tho ofllco
of tboJiM dMnct tax collector
liele, wfioMLtJisappi'ared two dayw
iifro, liiavllin' shorlago oil over
$100,000 tgMi diheovcieil sliuiding
on tlio ibanug of tlio Mississippi
nlleiiititriigviiiVfiiHiiiiioii up counigo
!
onoiipli ioijympr in the water and'
commit- gtnciilc.
1Ic, wfdflre, bad stiirloil toward
(tie wifteiT ffiyei al times blit cuoli
liinu Iif& - cwinis'. had faile'd liiin.
Ho- niiuIff'Vfuil confet-sion.
"tiki-
:Kecp Dills.
It Is wcllto'keet) (-very bill, paid or
not, for nhtjpdgllnit poilod One novcr
knows wlicntlRtakPs may occur or
when dlsfionesty maj bo' attempted.
Tho otcel tAyJfileo are all very well,
though tJioySnrp not remarkable for
their noatnpWiior r.npr, but a- bettor
way Is to imoU la. scrap book and
panto IheibllU.'ln alphabetical order,
according tdjjtjfo names of those by
whom tboynrp iirfpned, therein. Ii
possibler It'Sgld lip well to preparo
tho loavot 'llKqwthosp of an addross
hook, so (hawoiil(l bo oaHy to find
any bill at anytlinr Of course, this
Is only a chjcyTner home-made iubstl
tuto for a rcKgjfir I ttpr file, which is
tho very boafijtnin'! for the purpose.
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"All lrv"' Judicially Defined.
In tho caso ijt&st.i o vs Hennosspy,
30 Pac. Hop. 22iptlio Novada'sunromo
J court glvcA a'jilejl-ili .m of tho slang
puraso "all inajfflT'H' ouostion camo
up In coniie,cllonw!th the admlegion
in ovldonce oPtfJjTylnc; declaration, tho
declarant's statoment that ho wa3 "all
In" being relelMon to show that ho
was under a sorjp of Impending death.
Tho court safdgfr "TIip expression, 'I
am all inl Is 6'nfreqnpntly mado tiso
of In this wcStorn c mntry, and when
used under thqlrcin.istancesln ques
tion may, wo ilirnk, bo taken to havo
meant that thq,sjiba! i considered his
llfo waspractlprdly at an end."
How the Professor Was Affected.
"Thoro'r. not,lia ticlo of ventila
tion in this rooms' s.iul tho profossor,
suddenly stoppItuQln his talk and look
ing about him. (gnr you boya tell mo
what It doos to'aTman to bo in a room
when thero isanp Mntllatlon?" "I
should say It flljgd him With hot air,
professor," replied) one of tho daring
im 1
licjfio
ones.
Womanly jEnouch for Him.
Miss GradualcKIw hat is 'your defi
nition of tho terjrj'v.omanly womnn,'
father, dear?" Ijer. "athcr "A wom
anly woman is migjv li'o is capablo of
manufacturing alfplr Jlkq those your
grandmother uscdltp.. tiira , oUt,",r
Stray Storiea. "WW'
A ParadoxfivAgc.
At an ontortalnnien0j)-ovideil by tho
Woman's phllhai moulc society tho
most widely advpitfselattructlon was
a dancer, who. ho le.Vns whispered,
"had become too old,TO teach In tho
public scliools ami hadnakon to dune
Ing for a living" That remarkuhlo
announcement du-w aFcrowd of cuil-
ous persons who wQi-oTnnNlous to fpo
what a womnn liiokeUll'o who was
too old to teach butung enough to
practlco tho tcrpslclmggn art In pub-1
Jlc. Also, overybndyTntcil to know
what Iho topsytuuv ago might bo, but
of coiimo, mi ii ii. ioundtut.
1 ilfiM !'; I
nl mJf' i rlrWVi InTii imrf I r in r I
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THE Sp.ORITA AND HER MANTILLA.
The mantilla Is ngun becoming popular In dajs still lomenibered this
truly fiiselmitlng gnnnpitt was known popularly in tlio I'nlted States as u
"(tiiBelnator." It Is yf-jBinitilsh origin and Is worn by millions of dainty
senorltas In Hpnln aiiiJiln tho Spiinlsh-Anierlenu countiles. Tho mnntllla
rurnlsliPH cxi'i'lleni ulHmjhiiiltlos for nsslstlng tllrtntlons. The accompanying
picture shows a 0U5L photographer's model wearing the gauzy head
garment. ' fw''
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DIRTV
DOZEN"
Seriously Injures a Half
Dozen Furdue university
Students. '
Lul'ajelti', I,uil., Sept. 1.1. A
half dozen Purdue students were,.
iei'ioiibly injured in a riot early to
day in which n score of city loughs
and twice as many students parti
cipated. Tho most seiiously injured wero
going homo from a dnuco m this
city to the university section in
West Lafayette. One student es
piljwil from the assailants and ran
to West Lafayette, where bo
sounded an alarm . Several bundled
citizens and students responded and
lau ti the levee wbcio the uncon
scious stiidenls wero found. The as-snilanl-
ilel with f'p ctowd iu pur
suit, f tho polioa joiaing in '
ehnso l'ip members of "the dir
ty doen," a local gang, wero ar
il ested and sent to-jail for twenty
ifio days today. If Aliller iloc't not
tccovcr, a chaige of murder will bo
preferred.
RAT HELP3 TO RAISE FUAO.
Tame Rodent Carries Rope Through
Pulley at Boy's Command.
Now York. Tho hazaidous hut lu
crative Undo or "Steeple Jack" baa
bpcn usurped In Jersey by a small
white rat.
Edmund P. Condlt, a wealthy icsl
dent of Vcior.ii, gave a blithilay party
to a dozen young friends of his nlno-year-old
son the other day.
When ho attempted to colchiate the
ocaslon by inlslng an American (Ins
to tho top or tho 30-foot flagstaff that
had stood on his, lawn for yenr3 tho
pulley ropo broke.' Tho polo was too
fiall to permit of oven the lightest
lad climbing up to pass another hal
jard thiough the pulley at tho top.
"Mo and JImtnyil fix It for you. Mr.
Condlt." piped up Abel Wolff, a neigh,
bor's sou, and he scooted off to ills fa
ther's bain, returning with a little
white r.at clinging to bis shoulder.
Abo uncoiled a big ball of twino. put
tho loose end iu "Jimmy's" mouth,
and sont tlio llttlo nnlmal climbing up
the Pdo; but when ho reached tho
pulloy ho didn't know what to do
next. , s
,Abo found another pulley, called tho
whllo rat down, and spent ten mlnutea
teaching him to run back' and forth
thiough tho contiivnnco with tho
twino between his teeth.
Then ho sent "Jimmy" up tlio polo
again, and this time tho int. without
a momeiit'H hesitation, tried to get
thiough tho pulloy. Tho hole was too
small, but "Jimmy" deliberately took
Hip stt Ing In ono paw. passed it
thiough tho small opening, caught It
with tho other paw, and scrambled to
tho giound with It.
A lopo wns strung through tho pul
ley with tho aid of tho twlno hal
Mini, and "Jimmy" munched happily
on the biggest piece of ehoobo ho
bad over seen at once.
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SBSSgSM
n-'jiiui:
I The Doctor Knows!
m
(0
(0
(t?
Better than anylAidy else what to do in illness,
if he is the right ind of a doctor, lie often
knows how to preveiX little troubles from de
veloping into serious ailaVs.
.3
to jniess or experiment ii
and knows his business.
doctor, and then bring
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THE HEADLEY DRUG CO.
r
(0
Sunday
8:30 a. m. to 12:30 a. m.
Messenger Service.
Phone 15.
IT
TBE BIG CORN CONTEST
RULES AND SPECIALS governing
special County Corn Contest held dur
ing tho Fair and in connection there
with, September 21th to 27th.
Corn exhibited must bo of 1907 crop
and entered in name of grower.
Display limited to field corn of any
variety.
Contest open to Marlon county only
and to bo entered according to rules
of Agricultural Society and competo
for premiums of Agricultural Soci
ety, as well as special premiums and
to be judged by an expert from the
Ohio Experiment Station, on Wednes
day. 25th.
Pleaso note that contest Is not op
en to exhibit of Flint, Sweet or Pop
Com.
I'HE MARION MILLING & GRAIN
CO. offers:
$."i.00 In gold for best 25 ears yel
low corn hull! Marlon county
UHLER & PHILLIPS offers
$5.00 pair of blankets for 2nd best
25 ears Yellow Corn from Marlon
county.
OHIO MILLING & ELEVATOR CO.
offers:
$5.00 in gold for best 25 ears White
Corn from Marlon county.
RYAN & BURKi: offers:
$5.00 worth Purold Roofing for 2nd
best 25 ears White Corn from .Marlon
ounty.
MARION COUNTY RANK CO liters-
$5.00 In nold for best 25 ears any
other than Yollow or Whllo Corn rrom
Million County.
WARNER & EDWARDS offeis
$5 00 Wilton Rug for 2nd best 25
ears any oth than Yellow or White
Corn from Marlon county.
'HARERMAN HARDWARE (O 01-
crs:
Ono nnll-bcaiiiig St. Clair 18 Inch
Lawn-Mower, 'value $0.00, for best
and largest display Field Corn from
Marlon county.
MARION DEPARTMENT CO nf
crsV One easy lied Spring for Ik'sI 25
ears any vailety from Marion Tp.
KLEINMAIER BROS, offers:
Choice of any Stetson Hat for
hcHt 25 eais com any variety from
Waldo Tp.
IRETON BROS & EIKENBERRY
Iters: .
2 50 in gold for best 25 earn
corn any v.irlely from Big Island
Tp.
J. 1). OWENS & SON offers
One Cultivator, valuo $5.00 for bent
25 ears corn any variety from Pious-
ant Tp,
THE II. SCHAFFNER CO. offers
$5.00 In goods from stoio for best
25 ears corn any variety from Pios-
ect Tp
THE McCLAIN CO. offers:
$5.00 in goods from store for best
25 cara corn any variety ft 0111 Green
Camp Tp.
KLING HARDWARE CO. offers
$5.00 in goods from stoie Tor best
25 ears corn any variety from Clai-
tlou Tp,
HUGHS & CLEAR Y offers:
Ono National Hut, valuo $3 00 for
best 25 eara corn any variety fiom
Howling Greon Tp.
II. A. AMMANN offors-
$5 00 in gooda from store for best
'2r. piii-m porn niiv vnrlntv from lllc-li-
nnd Tp.
F. R. SA1TER offers-
Ono Coppor Wash Bollor, valuo
$1.00, for best 25 e.trs coin any vari
ety from Montgomery Tp
HOUGHTON MERKLE'CO. offors
Ono Double Shovel Plow, vnlue
$3.00 for best 25 enrs com any va
lioty from Salt Rock Tp.
J. STRKLIT55 SONS offers-
3 06 Umbiella for best 25 ears
coyi any variety from Grand Tp.
BEATTY & LONG offers:
Pnlr Shoes and n friend offors $1,00
cash for best 25 oars corn any variety
from Grand 3'raliio Tp.
LUNDERGAN & GRAY of'ers:
No. 6 Storm Front, value $3.00 for
best 25 ears corn any variety from
Scott Tp,
BEVERLY & SCHNEIDER offeis:
Ono Coppor Nlckol-plnted Tea ket
tlo and Smart & Waddoll $1.00 In
cash for host 25 ears corn nuy vatlety
from Tully Tp.
D, A. FRANK & CO, pffers: ...
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Hours
4.00 p. m. to 7:00 p.m.
Free Delivery.
115 W. Ceater St.
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One pair Buckskin gloves uud one
pair nilttpus for 2nd best and largest
display Hold com from Marlon coun
ty. Any Information In regard to show
will bo furnished by F. II. Owen,
chivMman County Com Contest, at
the office of the Marlon Milling &
Grain Co. Both telephones No. 28.
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Attend tbe Caucus.
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SHOE BUSINESS
Is growing daily. A few
pairsv low shoes yet to
closcA rice new line for
ND WINTER
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before buying
1. M. HSYPER
212 W. Conter St.
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Brick Ce
, Lime, Sand,
Wall Plas
Sewer Pipe.
Price SMiurley
N. Prospect St. Phone 284
Between Railroads.
BREAD
Made from B Pride of
Million, is White, Sweet
and Delicious. See dem
onstration in window of
H. A. AMMANN'S
HARDWARE STORE J
West Lnter street, then
order a ack of B Pride '
of Marion
your Grocer. ,
Made by
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Grain Co.
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Place your orwer for the
winter su&ply of
hard or Soft
GOAs
with me. All grades at the
right price.
R. P. BIJSARD
Bennet St. Both Phones,
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