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TIIE MARION DAILY MlRttOK. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER' 17, 1907.
ft Mirror Want Ad. Will Find You a Buyer.
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Mr. William Dollar, !
In ft cortnin western
town lives ft gcntloinnn
whoso nnmo is Willinni
Dollrtr. Thoy cnll him
Dollnr Bill when thoy
get funny. But Mr. Dol
lar is n dignified, enter
prising, good citizen.
Not overy Dollfir
Bill is n good citizon.
Mnny of them tiro prono
to ignoro tho claims of
their own community
and run away to a big
city to bo spent. Many
millions of Dollar Bills
havo left tho smaller
towns for tho overgrown
cities this present year of
How many Dollar
Bills havo gono out of
THIS TOWN 1 of t
homo and gono to some
big city, never to return ?
Every timo a Dollar
Bill leaves town it takes a two-cent
to a Mail Order Store. That
but it doesn't help tho local
much less trado for him.
Which means just so much less cash circulat
ing in this community.
Which means just so much more social and
Which means the stunting of the town's
growth just to that extent. N
If you could figuro up tho Dollar Bills that- leave town
in thi3 secret manner, liko taking Prench leavo which you
can't you would know just how much tho town i3 stunted
by indulgence in this mail order stunt.
If theso Dollar Bills wero really good and enterprising
citizens thoy would stay at home and circulate' around, help
ing things along. '
How many of YOUR Dollar Bills take tho midnight
express out ot town on tho Jiiivolopo itoutu f
DESIGNS FOR LINEN
EMBROIDERIES THAT ARE JU8T
NOW MOST POPULAR.
femplre StyleB Ornamented In White,
Pale Blues or Pink Find Favor
In the Eyes of house
wives. Dainty bedroom and tnblo linen has
a curtain fascination for tho majority
of women, and It may bo said that
thoro aro fow other household acces
sories which afford so much opportu
nity for decoration.
Empire designs for tho bedroom and
tablo linen aro having a special run
pf popularity this yeur, tho embrold-
Tho Wreath May Be Enlarged , for
Bureau Scarf or Coverlet,
cry being editor lu white or tho delft
or palo blued, or In tho more dellcato
"Whllo tho consorvntlvo woman will
perhaps prefer tho puro whlto In tho
docoratlon of her household linens,
jtho erabroldory done on tho palo bluos
)ar tho pastol shndes Is nower as well
pa moro effective.
Tho design given Is a dainty nr-
rangompnt of, thy onyilro wronth, thati
can bo rjuicuiy- sta easuy wonieu uvuji
by tho comparntlvoly Unskilled worlP
or. It has no now stitches, and tho do
Bign is simplicity tto)f.
Tho berrlos nnd tiny leaves nro
padded and thon worked In tho satin
design. Or, If deslrod, tho hordes inny
bo worked In tho oyplqt omhroldory,
though for bedroom and tnblo llnon
U will bo found mora practical In tin
bnd to work them solid.
The dosign repeated at Intorvnls
qvor a largo space, may bo worked out
us a crib cover, and may bo applied
iu Hko maimcir ta a bedspread, nhams,
pillow cases, sheets or bolstora.
Tho jcdsa should bo biittouluriuiL
i v - IMF jkmk I
W SZl fir XZrlL
stamp with it, for it goes
helps tho postmaster ft little,
merchant. It means just so
first filling tho ontllnos of tiio odgos
xvlth a fllllng-ln or darning cotton.
For bodspioads, crib covers and tablo
covors, jdllow shams, pillow eases, or
holsters tho design should- bo worked
on n rather heavy quality of linen.
Hut It muy ho easily worked out In
olwnt material and applied to personnl
linen. A monogram worked Inside tho
wreath will add greatly to Its beauty,
used olthor on household or personal
Tiio outllno should first ho run with
a slnglo thread of tho embroidery cot
ton In doing the ovor-nndover si Itch
take up as fow threads of tiro matorlal
ns possible, only oiinugh to hold.
Keep tho stitches nliHolutely oven. Uso
a fine mercerized cotton. About a
dozen skeins will bo needed to work
tho three designs.
Tho design woujd also bo sultado
for a blouso decoration. Montreal
HEALTH AND BEAUTY.
To rub tho feet With alcohol i re
freshes them wonderfully nnd nothing
In na good for thorn as n vigorous nlco
hoi rub after they havo been wet or
It Is ueolcss to observe rules for
having a good comploxlon and to go
In for dieting to clear tho skin If one
13 not particular ns to tho knd of
Tho comploxlon brush Is ' a quick
benuttflor. A Rood Scrub with It opens
clogged, pores, relieves n muddy skin
and removes tho greasy, dlsagroo
nblo appearance so often seen,
A good brushing In oven moro Im
portant to tho hnlr thun thorough
combing. Many persons seem to
think that when the knotn nro Out of
-tho hair It needs nothing moro than
Red lips nro important. Tho
T'nrl3ln(Ts nro so determined to hnvo
chor'ry lips that thoy redden their lips
and mnko no secret of It. Thoy uso
Ycgetablo preparations that nro not
Onco a weok It Is a good thing to
ftlvo Uio tooth extra attention boyond
ho throe brushlngo with water and n
powdor or othor preparation, mado
oeccssnry .pvory duy by ordinary
cleanliness, Examlno 'thorn carofully
for uny docnyed or broken places that
nuy mean a. visit to tho dentist's, run
Sontnl Hobs between overy two teeth
and finish with n garglo and w wash
with ono ot tho prepared Antiseptics.
It Is worth tho timo In the' saving of
Thoro is no ono stylo of shirtwaist
tbaj, Is (aBhjonable, ....
That in hot Jits. Fashion's policy at
all this year.
Thoro are many varying stylos, nil
of which nro In vogvio.
Tho most popular ones, however,
nro designed tlong tho tnllored lines.
Tho round yoko Is shown on a aura
bor'of the new models.
Green Tussore Parasols.
Many green tussore parasols with
sashes ofcgrcon tussore, fringed and
ktidtted In front, nro worn with whlto
or natural tinted kuwca. From a
Paris Lottor to Vc.Ctft
GOWN8 FOR THE EVENING.
Clinging Materials Have-the Call for
All black dinner gowns nro at their
host when mndV of mntorlalB soft and
scml-trajisparent, soft silks, poplins,
Innsdowno and such fabrics, which
naturally adapt themselves to tho
modes for evening wear. Colocn pop
lin, a soft, clinging, lustrous weave,
popular In tho season's range of ma
terials, mako this gown of princess
persuasion. It Is really mado In two
pieces, skirt nnd bodice, hut so ef
fectively Joined that It looks to bo a
ono-plcco costume. Tho skirt is
tucked over tho hips between pnncls
of black hico applique bands nnd 1ms
twb deep tucks, below clusters of tiny
pin tucks, between tho horn and sev
eral Inches nbout tho knee. Tho
decolletto bodlco, cut rounding In back
and pointed in front, Is a simple babyj
waist with simple trimmings or tho
appllquo, and short, very full puff
sleeves, shirred and banded with tho
lace, and finished with n double frill
ot black chiffon. From tho empire
waistline In tho back depends an em
pire sash of black chiffon. Long black
glaco gloves come well up under tho
short puff, so thnt nono of tho arm Is
vlslblo between tho sloovo and tho top
of tho glove. An nttractlvo accessory
Is tho band of black velvet ribbon
nbout tho throat ttnlslfcd with a bow
at tho back of tho neck.
SLEEVES TO BE SMALLER.
Cold Weather Wraps Will Necessitate
Tho Jumper In Its IntcBt form Is
somowbat on surpllced lines nnd Is
frequently provided with ono length
or another of thoso mandarin sleeves
which It helped to Introduce Hut thoro
Is no gainsaying that tho mandarin
sloovo Is certainly to bo curtailed with
the ndvnnco of colder weather, for tho
winter wrap lias necossnrlly less
roomy" slcoves than that ot summer.
That sleeves aro shrinking Is shown
In those used with tho new draped
bodices, which cling moro closely to
tho figure than did tho ordinary
Jumper wnlst. These drnped bodices
follow surpllco lines front and bnck,
but blouso Bllghtlyovor tho girdle In
front, unless tho figuro bo rntlicr
plump, when no extra fulnoBs Is per
mitted. The Woman Warned.
Thoro Is tho woman who ratos her
husband's talk as so much superficial
ity, lie perhaps has warned her that
hor friendship with a rnther gay neigh
bor is injudicious. V
Sho turns up hor noso at this hit of
Information, but after a while ho sees
that shols not associating as much ns
funnorlyi with tho aforesaid guy neigh
bor. Tho truth of tho matter Is that
somo lime previously this samo wlfo
of his might hnvu boon so.m furtivoly
mounting n stoop In n certain purt of
the city nnd thoro ringing a doorbell.
mcanwhllo glancing up and down the
street Hko a hunted hare; going In,
she pnld out n good dollar and recolvod
much gabbled udvlco from a woman
with blinking eyes, amongst tho rest a
warning to avoid a light woman who
lives not fnr from her. For what Is u
moro husband's' advlco compared to
that of n fortune teller's?
PRETTY FOR AFTERNOON.
With straps of tucked taffeta. Mado
fi Ith Jumper effect. Sultublo for after
Light Colored Cloth Costumes.
Mnuve, whlto and tnn tailor mades
aru coming moro and more Into vogue
with young women who hnvo not car
rlQgos and AptomnbllCH ut thulr cull,
' lor a light colored cloth costume npaj
bo. madejto Ijgolqultpati eja'borate as
gowns nna wraps or silk nnd velvet,
especially for town wear. Theso light
colored tnllor-mndes are also greatly
liked for tho autumn raco meots, horso
shows nnd other occasions when ex
ceedingly elaborate costumoH would bo
It Is not onougli now that nltar and
:hnncel should be lavishly decorated
with flowors nnd foliage. A fashion
s coming in for decorating the church
?ows with flowcrB on tho occasion of
i wedding. Dig bunches of lilies or
my desired flowor with long stalks
iro fastened on tho nlslo side of each
pew, and thcBO upstanding floral
ihoavcB aro Joined to ono another by
1 festoon of smllnx or other trailing
icencry. As tho brldo walks up to
too altar sho passoa through a churni
ng floral arbor. ,
A 9UDGET OF QUESTIONS.
Advice and Suggestions Contributed
by Madame Merrl.
In Introducing n young profession
al man should tho :)ndUi bo presented
to him or vlco versa? Does tho ago
of tho ladles mako any dlfferenco In
tho above question. Is If proper for a
young lady to ask. a nung man into
tho house after seeing her homo at
night, If they are hut slightly nc
qunlntcd? Is It necessary to ask him
to cnll? JACK AND JILL.
A mnn Is always presented to n
woman nnd tho' ago of tho woman
makes no dlfferenco. If tho hour la
lato It is not customary to usk an
escort to tho hoiiso no matter how
well acquainted. 'It Is not necessary
to ask a man to call but It is perfect
ly proper to say nn evening that you
will bo at home.
Age for Kindergarten.
Will Mndnmo Men I kindly stale
how old a child must In- to be sent to
kindergarten and how lung they re
main? YOUNU MOTHER.
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From threo to six Ib tho ago limit
but somo kindergartens have added
n primary department which enables
them to remain after six years of age.
Afternoon for Elderly Ladles,
Dear Mudamo Mqrrl: I wish to en
tertain nbout 40 iniddle-nged ladles.
What shall I do ;dud what shall I
Well, mako tho affair Informal, and
In consoquerco most cnjoyablo. I
Bhould nsk each guest to bring a bit
of needlework and a blcturo of hofself
taken at least 2ft years ago. Theso
pictures when circulated will promoto
conversation, nnd to tho, person guess
ing tho most a little souvenir may bo
awardod. Then I should havo a pro
grnmmo of songs nnd Instrumental
pieces, such as "Flow Gently, Sweet
Afton," "Mnlden's Prayor," "Annlo
Laurie," "Illuo Hells of Scotland." etc.
About tho middle of tho afternoon
pass grnpo Julco punch mado by flav
oring grnpo Julco with lemon, mak
ing very swcot nnd fieozlng. Just be
foro serving plnco a spoonful of whip
ped cream on top of each" glass.
In tho dining room havo tho tnblo
lighted with candles and a lady to pro
sldo at tho tea urn and' coffee urns.
Pass dainty chicken , Bandwlchoa,
olives, nuts, peppermint nnd small
cakes and -wnfors. This Is a great
sulllclency for an nftornoon party.
To Celebrate a Blrthday.--'A
correspondent asks for sugges
tions for a birthday celebration for
nbout eighteen guests, who do not
danco or play cards. .Also what to
havo for refreshments. - .
Ask your friends to'como In a cos
tnmo representing somo f ono whoso
birthday occurs In thnt month, or to
wear something indicative of their
own birth mouth. For January the
stono la a garnet; tho ospeclal days
would bo "Now Year's"."rnnd "Twelfth
Night." Thoro will bo no dullnosB ut
For refreshments havo ,n big birth
day cako with candles; n good way
to ararngo tho candles is to put tho
cako on a block of wood and stick tho
candlo holders In It so ns not to mar
tho frosting. Then for sbmoUiIng dif
ferent In rofroshments I would have
escnllopod chicken or sweetbreads,
minced ham and olive sandwiches,
salted pistachio nuts, molasses klsseJ
nnd macaroon Ico cream. Qrapo Julco
and colfco to drink, with doughnuts
for tho men. I never know a eroaturo
of tho mascullno persuasion who did
not audibly express Ills pleasure at
tho sight ot "fried holos," as n young
ster of my ncqunlntnncb calls thorn.
To add zotit to tho occasion, you might
olTor prlzos for tho costume or charac
ter hardest, to guess.
, It is very little moro troublo to got
up a costumo party than to go In regu
lation ovonlng dross, and tio pleasure
is Infinitely moro, from tho fact that
ovory ono is equally Interested.
Pear Madamo Morrl: Wo havo
moved from our homo to a now loca
tion. Kindly tell mo, ought I to send
card with, now address to all my old
nolghhors nnd friends? Do, I enclose
my husband's? How shall,' I address
tho envelopes? MRS. T. It. S.
Uso your visiting card on which
tfio now nddross Is engraved. Encloso
in nn envelope to fit exactly and mall
to all whom you wish to rotaln on
your calling list. Do not onclosp your
Daily Market Report
, EAST BUFFALO.
East Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 17. Cat
tle -Receipts ICO: market ssteariy.
Veal calves- Receipts 250; market
slow, 25c lower; top veals, 8.7 t 9,
cull to fair, 3.73 8. CO.
Sheep nnd lumbs-RecolptB 4,000;
market slow, lambs 10c-lower. Sheep
steady. .Cholco lambs, 7.1ft (ft 7.75;
cull to fair, ft. 23 7. CO; yearlings,
5. CO G; wethers, C.CO C.7.1; owes
4. CO ft; mixed sheep, 2.7ft Gi ft. 2ft.
Hogs Receipts 3,930; market act
ive, ft S lftc higher. ' Yorkers. G.73
(l 0.00; pigs, fi.CO; mixed 0.C0
0.80; heavies, 0.2ft (7f 0.50; rougns
C.2ft ffi' ft. 05; stags, 4.2ft ?l 1.7ft.
UNION STOCK YAItDS
Union Stock Yards, Ills., Sept. 17.
-Cnttlc-Reclpts 10,000; estimated
for Wcdnesdny, 2:!,000; market weak,
I0c lower. Prime beeves, ft. 40 (fp
7.20; poor to medium, 4 Q ft. 30;
Htoekers nnd feeders, 2.7R (n C; cows
heifers. 2. CO on ft. 3ft;
l.ftO ? 2.10; ToxniiH, .l.ftO
g ft. 2ft;
westerns, 3.00 4.10.
Hogs Receipts lft.000; estimated
for "Wednesday- 20,000; market steady
to lOe lower. Light 0.0ft C.CO;
lough, ft.no (ft) ft.CO; mixed rv7() ffj)
C.CO; .heavy 5.7C & 0.20; pigs," ft ((
Sheop-Rccelpta 20,000; estimated
for Wednesday 20,000; market Bteaily.
Natlvo sheep, n OT ft.CO; western
sheep. .1.10 (f? ft. 05; natlvo lamhp,
4.00 Q 7.2ft; western lambs, 1.00 Q
Pittsburg. Pa., Sept. 17. Cattlo
Supply light; market steady. Choice
G.,'15 fi O.ftO; prime fi JJ C.20; good
ft.Cft fi ft.'JO; tidy hoteliers, ft.2ft fl
ft.CO; fair 4. CO ft. 10; hcirnrs. 3
w ft; fat cows, 2 (ft 4.23; hulls, 2.2ft
ffj) 4. CO; good fresh -sows una spring
ers, $20 t$ ?30.
Sheep nnd lambs-Supply llght mar
ket slow; prlmo wothcrs, ft.fiO sv
ft.fift; good mixed ft. 2ft (it) C.ftO; fair
mixed, 4.fi0 ft. 10; culls and com
mon 2 ",; lambs. 5 (53) 7.ft0; veal
calves 8 (ft 8.ft0; heavy and thin,
l.ftO Cfi ft.ftO.
Hogs Receipts light, market slow
and lower. Prime beavv ti.10 (R)
ftO; medium heavy nnd light york-
ors, 0.80 ?DvC.8ft; pigs, (i.30 Q
roughs, ft Q ft. 70; stags, 4
Clovelnnd, Sept. 17. IIogs-Ro-celpts
20 carp, nhipmnntn light, steady
yorkers 0.0ft & fi.70; mixed fi.CO (f?
C.Oft; heavies C.2." ff? 0.40; best pigs
fi.2ft ( O.ftO; stags and toughs, I 5
Calves Receipts 200; slow.
uniiie -icccoipiH - cars; quiei.
NEW YORK PRODUCE
Now York. Sept. 17. .Rutter-Ro-eelpts
7.072; choice firm; creamery
extra, 27 1-2; state dairy tubs finest
20 1-2 (if 27: factory firsts 22 Q 1-2.
Eggs Receipts lO.lftS; choice, firm,
nearby whlto fancy 2S (fj 30; do ex
tra mixed 2ft R 27; western firsts 22
ft 22 1-2: do seconds 10 (J? 20.
Woman M. P.'s Mishap.
Ono of tho women members of tho
Finnish diet met with a laughable
mishap recently whllo attending tho
sittings of a lcf;al committee. Horcd
by the proceedings sho bestrode her
I chair and rocked to and fro with hor
feet clear oft tho ground. Suddenly
slip overbalanced and foil abovo tho
chair, with which she battled for somo
momonts ns she lay on tho Door. Tho
equality of tho soxes is coming to bo
looked upon so much ns a matter of
course that tho ninle momhers of tho
committee, not concealing tholr appre
ciation of the humor of tho situation,
nro reported to havo been ungallant
enough to refrain from expressing re
gret at tho mlBhap. London MnIL
Horns on Horse's Skull.
A recently acquired abnormality of
tho British museum Is tho skull of nn
English horso showing a pair ot
rudlmontnry horns on tho forehead.
Older spcclmons nro a portion of a
similar skull with the horns and mod
els of tho foreheads ot two thorough
breds having horns. Tho skin oxtonds
uniformly ovor tho horns, with no sign
of thickening or hardening. Just what
theso hornllko growths signify Is per
ploxlng naturalists, as nono of tho an
cestral horses or Immediately related
upccles wore horned animals, and If
thoro Is no horodltary Influonco It -Is
remarkable that so many freak ap
peadages should appear in tho samo
Affection Between Senators.
Thoro was sincere nffccton be
tween tho lato Alabama senators, Mor
gan and Pettus. It is said that Pottus
adored Morgan. Ho looked up to him
as fow men look up to othor mon.
When Morgan pnssod away the fading
old votoran lost nil Interest In life.
Those things sound- unbollovablo, pop
haps, to a skoptlcal modern timo-, but
Morgan nnd Pettus did not belong to
a modern timo, Thoy wore relics ot
nn older ago. Thoy passed away al
most together. Tho death of one pro
ceded and, tho Alabama men say,
brought about tho death of tho othor.
Together they He In Selmn, where,
(ildo by aide, they lived (or io yearn.
$TM'MUm$Li Pnoncsi r,r,
Tho amount of Money yon
havo lost by kieplug your
sparo roams vacant so long.
A largo sum is it nt? Mako
up your mind that you will
loso money uo longer in tills
way. Havo your ad inserted
In Tho Mirror for a week,
which will cost you CO centt.
Your room will thon be
routed . Cheap commisiiem to
pay, is it not?
Phono ads to He. t either
WANTED Dining room girl at the
Colonial Dining Hall, 303 East Ceii
ter street. 'J-17-3-!
WANTED-Skllled mechanics, by
large manufacturing concern In
central Ohio. Address application
In care or Hub paper, ndvising sal
ary oxpected. IMC-18-20
WANTED-A good girl for general
housework. No washing or Iron
Inu;. flood wagea to nn exper
ienced girl. Apply to Mrs. O.
Vollcnwebor, 2fi2 South Oieenwood.
DRAFTSMEN IN DEMAND.
Tim mil fnr nmi'',l,t"lrnftmnii N iinrllnilnrly
lluu can oiTt-r miiiiu ti-ry iillnicUw i-i-llloiia m
,n A h.it With iiMIkAi. Ill i i'll M W 11 t U YH lit! It
, lielpiouiiK twhiilralKraJiiiili-i til Hnlniw 111 wlili II
Ihi'y inny imlii mi rlriii'it iiwl urn ruplil aiUwiiii-
HH'lll. urilti mi imiuv niuillllt .ii"'n-iii" j ",
IIAIHIOODS (inc.l Urnln Urokcrs.
1123 Park Building, Pittsburg.
WANTED-For tho U. H. Marino
Corps: men between tho ages ot
10 and 3ft. An opportunity to r.eo
tho world. For full Information
apply in person or by letter to re
cruiting office, 107 13. Center street,
Marlon, Ohio. 0-03-20t
FOR RENT 0 room house. Lntour-
etle, $8.00; ft room house, !'! -i.
$7.00: 5 loom house. Waterluu.
$00D; ft room limine, State. $o.UU
CI IAS. K. UO.Ml'F, Ag!.
FOR RENT Chiudo Doty has n beau
tiful little 1: roomed house for rent
on Hlaliie AM'iuio. All modern con
veniences, luqulio Clt.. phone,
2on ,100. Jtpd
FOR RENT -S loom house with bath,
cellar, drilled well, (Utered cistern,
city water, paved stieet. Seo O. L.
t'ozail, 2:i!) lllaino Avenue.
FURNISHED ROO.MH-Flrst or sec
ond floor. I.'uth, gas nnd nil mod
ern convcilenres, 113 Rlalno Avenue.
Tho heirs of John M. Hochstetter,
deceased, will olfer for sale, tho old
homestead, situated on the Imbody
plko iu (Ireen Camp township, Ma
rlon county, consisting ot ft7.78 acres.
For price per aero and terms of sale,
seo F. M. Hochstetter at Marlon
Department company or address .117
South Vino street. 0-ll-7t
SPECIAL ENtlLISU CLASS Regln-
nlng October 1, The School or Com
merce will otnrt a Special Class In
English, teaching Penmanship,
Arithmetic, Spelling. Reading, Let
tor Writing, Composition, etc. A
good chance for all deprived or
early schooling. Teachers. Rauorand
Elleker. Telephnno 1700. Offlco
open evei'y evening this month.
'UJCTIONEERING-J. W. Clark
will cry sales ot evr7 description
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your Interest Is nij
Interest. Offlco rooms, Court street
BotU phones. Marion, Ohio.
MOVING AND TRANSFER.
THE PADDOCK TRANSFER
Tranefer Storage and Crating.
tnvr- "" " '
& Storage Co.-
Learned In Four Months.
We've taught others Graham
Shorthand in four monthi.
They secured and HELD posi
tions paying $10 a wceh. We
can do the same for you. Will
you give us the chance?
The School of Commerco
Marion's New Business College
Day and Night Sessions.
Another new Shorthand Divi
sion started Oct., 1st. A num
ber will join.
CARPENTER & COMPANY, :
OF COURSE I
Mound Street 0 raoim, closets
porches, gas, well, cistern new,'
Mound Street s rooms, norches
well, cistern, gas, new, $1,350. j
Henry Street Grooms, closets,'
porches, well, cistern, new $1,450
Henry Street- 6 rooms, closets,
porches, well, cistern, new, $1,23
Lavid Street 6 rooms, closets,!
porches, well, cistern, as, $1,550
I Rrie Street - fj roomn. clnqptn
, - - . , w -...
..Hanlmp ..full niRturn rvnc (!, 1
. - 1
J1U11.1K-3, -", VlillVIII, ft
lare lot, $1,350.
Herr Street G rooms,
well, cistern, new, $1,450.
lioulcvard Avenue 7 roomn,
closets, well, city water, cllar, pa
pered, $1,750. i
Indiana Avenue--G rooms, eel-
lar, gas. well, cistern, new, $1,800
Phone 1502 '
Ofllce UO2 South Main St,
A Fow Choice City Bargains
1. Most beautiful completo mod
em homo. Nicely located on street
car line. Prico reduced from $7000
to $5u00 on account of health. Qa
with mc and seo it.
2. Modern residence. In flno con
dition. Delightful ishado good part
city. Well cheaper than the choa;i
cst. Look at this.
3. A poor man's friend. House
G rooms largo lot for anothen
I101130, Everything nice. Every
room and closets papered; painted
inside and out. This 3 your chanco.
Easy payments. Good street and
only $1000. A stop onward for a
1. Another 8 rooms. Every
room nicely paporcd. painted in
fiido and out. Barn. 2 1-2 square's
from Oity Hall only ono prico
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THE ANTS' EGG TRADE.
Russian Gatherer Has Insects Help
Him In Collecting.
Ants' eggs como In tho main from
Russia. Thoy are tho best food ob
talnublo for gold llsh, and canaries
and other cage birds thrive onfthom.
wonderfully. Thoy cost about BO
cents a pint. In tho forests-of south
ern Russia ant nests ubound. Tho
Russian egg hunter docs not do his
own collecting there ho makes tho
poor nntB do it for him. Selecting a
hot, Biinny day, the man first erects
llttlo pllc3 of twigs, a dozen or mqro
ot thorn, near tho thickest colonies,
and then ho kicks open nil tho meats
In tho neighborhood. Tho ants know
that their eggs, thus oxposed to tho
sun would bo mado sterile In a few
hours, nnd thoy tako thom up and
hurry to placo them under tho nearest
sholtor. Tho noarest sholtor Is, or
courso, tho llttlo pllo ot twigs, aud
under onch of theso thoro are soon
hoapedtho eggs from a hundred
nests. Tho ogg huntor, after a smoko
aud a nap, has nothing to do but gath
er up his spoil nnd dump it In bis
Buck. He ships tho oggs In hundred
weight bags, all ovor tho world.