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, No. 9
(jWKATIIEIl-Show era tonight and
Thursday. - .. 4
WEDNESDAY, SEPT.. 18, 1907.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY, TICKET.
!) TT Representative
& WILLIAM T. SMITH.
DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET.
5 x or mayor
CL, LOUIS SOHERFF.
ft For Solicitor
" WILLIAM P. MOLONEY.
fj For Auditor
g,, HARRY S. ELLIOTT.
jt For Treasurer
g, CLAUDE D. WALTERS.
e For President of Council
SAMUEL B. LIPPINCOTT.
n For Council at Largo
ARTHUR W. BRYANT
r BENJAMIN F. WAPLES
g HENRY A. SOHULER.
8 For Board of Public Service
fi J. O. ANTHONY.
jjj THOMAS J. MEAD.
I For Board of Education
FRED E. QUTHERY
$ J. WILBUR JACOBY.
For Ward Councilman
First Ward-G. W. NEELY.
Second Ward-M. J. RUDOLPH.
Third Ward B, B. CARTER.
Fourth Ward-J. W. HURR.
JtfXRION TOWNSHIP TICKET.
DR. O. P. GAILEY.
For Justice of Peace
CHARLES H. OONLEY.
CHARLES E. GOMPF.
JpTho Macon Telegraph 1 11 contcm-
jfe'rary ordinarily of umloubted
character, and conspicuous nbility
us yelling lustily for "Kcfawm"
ig' Georgia. Somehow the telegraphs
lofuwroed spelling rather leads' u
to think it is not ns "einsere" las
It might bi.
' A10 you getting your share of
prosperity, r are you feeling the
result of tho Republican policy that
through tho tariff that protects the
trusts has increased the cost of
living beyond the advance in your
rfagea or income?
Unless reports are greatly exag
gerated tho North Carolina direo
tors of Hie Southern railroads nev
er retiro at night without looking
under tho bed for Editor Jiscphtis
Daniels, of the Raleigh News and
Visitors at the Columbus driv
ing park yustorday were compelled
itc? stand in the rain until the
street ear company got ready to
furnish le.irs. There's something
natural about the sound of that.
This" knocking on Admiral Bob
Evans might be. fettled by 11 voto
of tho crews of the various ves
sels. That eecuisto be a nice way
out of diensioukespecially.'weio
toOniJnytomiscsnaVe heen made.
Tho Hughes baby just arrived
in the Governors Mansion, N. Y.,
Factorial Review, Design
er, McCalPs and Delinea
tor for October.
C, Q. Wiant
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONS.
L Xkt Bout ef Post Qz4 .
n mined Elizabeth., and there nro
scire who iiJtJ hoping that alio will
bo I ho virgin tjucu of tho WJilto
"Hutchinson," snys rt Kansas
paper, "needs mora houses for
rent." Kansas always was odd. In
this pjiirt ol' Uio country iha land
lords beem to think Ihoy ncod
"more rent" for thoir houses
l'rlnco "Wilhelin confesses that, ho
it surprised by much that ho lias
seen over hero. But thia is dho land
of tha unexpected. Even its oldest
inhabitants never get through boing
It costs California $'-'00 n day
to keep cx-Mnyor Schmitz in jail
But that littlo syllable, cx-r, is
worth thpt find moro too to Sail
Tho weak joints in Tafts speech
is his ndvicc to iostKnc for
eigh(cen months, tho correction of
nu iniquitous abu.se like tho pics
After all Mr. Haywood seems to
have 1 cached oblivion much sooner
than ho would have done if that
M.iho jury had made a martyr of
Tom AVsUsoti says, in hit Jellcr
MMiinu weekly, Hint Congressman
"Ijoii" Livingston is tho limit.
Will Tom kindly specify whnt there
Elcctiic lights' io very nice, m)
long as they don't go out. But
in Marion they havo linbit of
going out, especially if there 'is a
show tit. tho ojera house.
A Hash of lightning is reported
to have pealed a sack full of on
ions. Tho lightning has nlwnys
been noted for its eccentricities.
An oged spinster couldn't ho
half as s-hy of discussing her age
as Roosevelt is about tulking of
By telling itself to another com
pany the Chicago and Alton rail
road dipped out of Mr. Bon'aparte's
Mayor Tune of Tennessee, wish
es that tho paragraph pedplo would
stop making a play on his name.
IC Fairbanks wants tho Kentucky
delegation Jie bhould Jiavo served
mint juleps instead of cocktails.
Tha failure of no many Aictio
expeditions should make men more
content ito remain in Marion.
Walter Wollman hos decided it
better, to hear the ills wo have,
than lly to tho north pole.
Oklahoma has gone democratic.
Better send Tnft to a few more
states just before election day.
Teddy bonis would mnko good
cnnipaign badges for Cleveland re
publicans. FROM THE COMMONER.
But will Speaker Cannon be able to
set tho brakes when tho president
takes tho whip and Marts the con
"Unclo" .foe Cannon says thut tho
next congress should do nothing
"Masterly Inactivity" seems to bo tho
slogan of tho standpatters.
Is Secretary Taft the great post
poner In favor of postponing na
tional Incorporation or Is that one or
tho few things that should bo at
tended to at once? 1
Tho nows featuro about tho rntmrt
of troublo In tho Oklahoma republican
convention was concealed In tho fact
that there were enough republicans
present to permit of n riot.
A lot of Oklahomnns nro opposing
the adoption of tho constitution os
tensibly on patriotic grounds, but
really for the reason that statehood
would end thoir territorial graft.
Tho steel trust made a not nroflt
of $15,000,000 during the last quarter.
Tills is in money. Tho moral profit
will not be known until tho celestial
bookkeeper strikes a balunco.
A Now York farmer Is mourn
ing because a barhor cut offhls twont.v
years growth of whlskors wlilln lm
was asleep. Ho can consolo hlmsolf
wiui me tnought that they will bavo
time to grow out again before tho
epublican party reform tho tariff.
Schoneburg. Gormany. has dcnldofi
to put a doublo tax on vacant city
mis, is this a blow nt the 'un
earned Increment " it in p.tbv
guess what the speculators will say
about this scheme to nrnvnnt limn
from profiting by tho Improvements
THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. WEDWBflDAY, SEPT.
made by others.
Tho Filipinos should begin their
leKlslntlvo work by passing a reso
lution declaring that tho Filipino
members of tho Phlllpplno commission
should bo selected by the Filipino
assembly. They can not bo ex
pected to represent tho Filipinos un
less they are selected by thcnii
Tho United States government Is
spending $75,000 to ascertain the pop
ulation of Oklahoma and yet Secre
tary Tnft complains that tho demo
crats did not enrvo out tho legisla
tive districts witli exactness. Arc
tho democrats presumed to know
moro about tho population than tho
government officials do?
What Others Say.
A .CONTINUING' SCANDAL
nf tlin it1tfwltnn l-iiuI nvnondihim
Jof the so-called Ilnrrinmn contri-
I . 1 ll ! ... .... -
uiiunn 10 me iicpuiiiiean camjaigii
fund of 1004 the Wall Street Jour
nnl says: "But nothing in the
iccorri thii" far uxoscd tohows that
President Roosevelt nud Mr. Cor
lolyou had any other lwrt in tho
raising of this .f'200,000 iu the last
days of tho 1901 campaign tluau
to receive tho money.1'
With all respect to a very nblo
and independent financial newspa
per, the record shows that Mr.
Roosevelt and Mr. Cortelyou were
personally responsible for the rais
ing of this money.
II10 appeal 'to jHr. irarnman
whs made by Mr. Cortelyou h'im
clf. It vas Mr. Cortelyou who
arranged the inten'icw between the
President ami Mr. Harriman in
which, according to Mr. Roose
velt ' own admissions in n subse
quent letter to Mr. Jliu-nnmn,
" you and I weio both so cngngctl
in the New York politioal situation
that wo talked of littln ok-p '
The next day Mr. Ilnrriiuau made
luimself a volunteer Collector of
campaign tribute for Mr. Roose
velt. The money was turned over
lo Mr. Bliss, who passed it on
to Mr. Cortelyou, who eight days
before the election gnvo $-00,000
of it to Mr. Odcll to insuio a
Republican majority in New York.
Obviously in the closing hours
of the campaign but one practical
use could be mado of it, and that
was to swell tho fund already accu
mulated to secure beyond peradven
luro tho lnrgo floating voto buildcd
up by years of .effort to. corrupt
tho electorate, by means of luonoyx
contributed by those who were
willing to buy favors from those
willing to sell them.
Plainly that wnsi "the ono prac
tical use' do which $200,000 could
ho put in tho last eight luyS oj.' n
New Yoik campaign. Mr. Ilnrri
mau appreciated the foot, and as
1 "practical'' man boasted Inter
111 tho letter to Sidney Webster
that this money turned 50,000 votes
in Now York City alone, making
'i difference of 100,000 in tho je
1 11 ni s.
How can n Wall street Journal
r any other honest ncwj,pner pre
tend in tho light of tho record,
hat Mr. Roosevelt and Mr.
Coitclyou had nothing to 10 with
tho raising this monoy except to
icccive it 7
Neither can the wandnl bo dis
posed of, as many Republican
newspapers' -havo undertaken to. do,
bv insisting that Democratic com
mittees also took corjHJi-.itiou jnon
iy. Nobody lcnics it.
But no Democratic candidate for
l'roident ever took u Secretary
f CommeiVo npiwfnled to ivesti
','hto a p-ent corporation and mado
him Chairman of a National Com
mitteo to collect campaign oonfri
mtioiis from those corjwations.
No Domocratie President then
made that collector of campaign
tribute Postmaster-General, with
nower to mnko contracts -with and
,rrnnt valuable privileges to the
uiihoads which contributed to the
lunds J10 collected.
No Democratic Pix'sident then
pmmotoil that Chairman and Post-innstcr-Gencral
to bo Secretary of
the Treasury, where ho could con
trol tho destinies of tho money
market ami grant all manner of
Uivors ,( tho financial interests
which gavo monoy to tho campaign
lie mnangod. n
It is bad enough when campaign
tribute is levied by a Hanna or n
U ntney, hut neither Ilnnun nor
W'hitnoy was over mndo Pofttmns-ter-Gen
01UI or Secretary of tho
treasury is n reward for sUeh
sorviM. So long as G(wi-go ,11.
Lortclyou Temni'jvs Secretary pf
!i Tnii' J0"" thu -'"Iftl of
the 100n(epnbipnn campaign fund
contindeS.Noy York World.
TO END HER LIFE
I'iqiia, 0 Sojit. 18.Grncis
Beard, a 12-ycnr-oldv orjihap, at-
tempted suicide at the homo of
Clarence Itec?, threo miles northwest
of this city. Tha girl overheard
her sister say Hint she would bo
sent lo the Children's home, She
became dosprmdont, tookj i razor,
from tha house and slashed her
throat, barely) inUbing tho jugular
Chicago V 0 te r a Express
Themselves a Satisfied
With :t1jf Old.
Olilcngo, Scpt. l8,Tho charter att
lliorlzcd by tho ' stnTqJ leglsliturq tit
Its last session fojHho city of Chi
cago was rejectddybyt tho voters at
yesterday's Bpcfaiy0lcctlon by 11
majority of over,'C2!o66. Littlo moro
limn half of tho 'registered voto was
cast, llnnl flgurcH.unb'fficlal, show
ing 50,110 ballo'tsfffof tho charter
and 122,051 against ,lt.e Tho total vote
polled was JSl.GOOlouti.of a registered
.,! .. nr.i nnn "
'l w 'ii
Tlio llcht voto wns'duc lo somo ox-
tent to tho factHliatlfUio election was
a special ono tino'tlint tho grant
ing of time off fgrtho purpose of
voting was oiHIonalfTvlth employers,
and in tho majority' of cases voters
were obliged to gdHo the polls before
going to work, or not, at all.
Tho proposed nowchartcr provided
n change In tho, methods of taxntlon,
doing away with nVnumbcr of dif
ferent taxing bodies ntid concentrat
ing tho power oftnx' levy for city,
park, school and library purposes in
tlio city council.
Tho charter nlsoproposcd to dlvldo
tho city Into GO'Vnrds. each to ho
represented In tho cjTy council by one
alderman at a Balary, of $3500 per
There was gren't' opiHisltslon to tlio
adoption or timecharter chiefly bc
causo or tlio powers of tho taxing
bodies to levy taxeson property as
high us seven per cent or tho asessscd
Crack in Cylinder Head oJ
the Alabama is
Woshlncton. HeiltV'lSliTho nnvv
department today recotyed word' of nu
accident lo thn linttlfllin ,Aini..,t..
which will doubtlesa'result In do-
laylng tho departure or tho Atlantic
ucui uu i ib irip ui-yunu me lioril
to tho Pacific.
The Alabama has developed a bad
Cl'ack ill thu hpnil nf mm nt' lie ,...-
glue cylinders and tlie'damage must
bo repaired before ItT-cah"4 undcrtako
tno long trip to tlicT Pacitic. At
least four months will bo required
to make tho repairs, which will kim
tlio ship In home wipers nearly a
month after tho tlml Scheduled Tor
departure December 5t
Tho department Issued hurry-up
orders Tor a new cylinder head. The
Ainunina will proceed to- tho Brook
lyn navy yard as sooil nu llm mat.
Ing Is ready and tlio.Dubstltutlon will
no rushed as rapidly as possible. Tho
vessel Is now at Capo .Cod bay under
going targot pmctlco.
Striking Telagraphers Have
' Adopted the Pub
New York, September 'lS.Tho
striking lUcgrapIiersiT have begun
their publlolty plati'ita qnllBt the
sympathy of .tho publican their cause
thiough what thoy consider tho rev
elation or tho facte, Thov Bent fin
appeal o tlio publlcficr.vico commis
sion to deflno Us powers relatlvo to
Daniel h. Hussell.lialrinnn or the
strikors' board or strategy,' said:
"Wo are nronarln'c. a statcmQiit
showing tho financial condition ot thb
loiegrapn companies ' nnd that thoy
Iiro inakllllf a nrndl -'nf ;mn nop rant
on thoir Invebtnior.tsjiiid tlieso stnto
monts will bo furnished to every
congressman In tliQnjnltqd States."
Public Sorvlco VlcoXiCommlssloner
Bassett wrote this nrlcr" reply; "The
law gives tho publictseryico commis
sion no power in regard to tho tclo
graph companies." $A-
" ! ! II IK"
DEATH BED MARRIAGE
REVEALED BY. TELEGRAM
Delawaro, Sejit, lfi-Wlittt Is sup
nosed to lmvn hpAii 11 irlnnMi liorl tmir.
riago was disclosed In , a telogram
irom aaii uiego, Caj., announcing
tllO dentil of Vuvnffn MnlVinniitrli
which waij received here tpday, nnd
signed .inno ijuigg MoDonougli Mc
Donough graduated , from Ohio Wos-
jeyan univeralty two years ago. sev
eral months ago ill .health made It
necessary tof him to "go Wt, where
ho steadily grow worse until the
Four weeks ago MIes .tano Qnlgg', a
Milwaukee school lonelier, who at-'
tended high school with McDonotigh
In Dakota, and was his youthful
sweetheart, hearing or his sickness,
went to his bedside and becamo bis
nurse. Although they bad not seen
each other tor ten years, tho signa
ture or the message, nnnounclng hlo
death reveals tho'marrlugo ot tho
The Oil King Goes to His Of
fice for First Time in
Now York, Sept. IS. Things of
one kind or another have been hap
pening to the Standard Oil company
and tho companies it Is interested in
so fast In tho last tew months thnt
.lohn D. Rockefeller has decided that
ll Is time for him to tako a hand,
and It waB learned today thut ho has
been down nt his office twice in tho
last two weeks, although before that
he had not been down for eight
Ho did a good deal or looking
around on these two occasions, anil it
is understood that he Is going to
keep a closo watch on the manage
ment ol tho company until several
important mutters nie cleared up.
FOR POUR GRATTERS
flIUVulclnlila;, Jipt. IS. A now
move wns made In tho capltol graft
situation when Attorney General
Todd sent word to tho lawyers of
four men Involved in tho revelations,
that warrants tor their an est would
be Isucd at Harrlsburg today.
Tho men who were thus notified
were John M. Sanderson, or Phila
delphia, who had the contract for
furnishing tho capltol at ? 1,000,000;
Joseph M. Huston, the nrchltcct;
Congressman H. Gascl, of Lancaster,
president or the firm that furnished
the jnotnJ M"ng catflncts for tho
now capltol, and Joseph N. Shoe
maker, or Johnstown, nipcrlntcndent
ot tho capltol building und grounds.
Bonaparte Refuses to Dis
cuss His Conference
. With Sims.
Chlcogo, Sept. 18.-Attcr a conferr
onco today with District Attorney ,
Sims, Attorney aeneral Bonaparto
dictated n statenient lu which ho po
litely refused to discuss what hud
been said behind tho closed doors.
Ho did say, however, that ''there Is
no friction between public ofriclnls,
as has recently been chaigcd," and
be did announce that there would bo'
no now prosecutions or Investigations
of trusts In this district, under tho
government's present plans, llo de
clined to toll what would bo done ,
with tho harvester trust, ns that
mutter Is pending,
ATTIRED IN TROUSERS
SHE SEEKS HER HUSBAND
aniline, Okln., Sept. 18. -A for
mer society hallo of Akron, Ohio,
piotty Miss Maiio Wallace, dis
guised in man's clothing, is in
Lawton, Okln. for the- punioso of
locating the lent object of her
heart's alfeotions, Wttllor Howlctt,
a wealthy young real estate broker
from Ohio, i!io is said to have
settled in Mmo town of tho Kiown
Commaneho country. Tho identity of
Miss Wallaco was not disclosed un
til today, when- ulio made her mis
sion known to ai detective in Law
ton, whom she engaged a few days
ago to tiMsist her in her search.
Miss, Wallace believes that sho
wil bo bettor nblo to hunt her
bittu nud ho safer from molestation
in the Commnnche district an nwlu
ippuicl. Sho says sho .ivjll go
to Ilia Mill of III,, urni-ll' 4 fl...1
Howlett, whom f,he'' Jms already (
in ueu wiTvugii nuiiiy 'euitcn.
CENTRAL AMERICAN "t ,
PROTOCOL IS SIGNED
Washington. Sont. IS. A nrotoeni
was signed at tho fctato donnrtment
jestorday by tho diplomatic represen
tatives of the lvo Central American
republics accoptlng iuvltnllon or tho
United SJntes and Moxlco to meet
hero at un early date to negotiate an
ngrccmont nrovidlnir for tiDrnmnnnt
peaco botweontho countries thoy rep-
Tho protocol was signed In tho pres
ence of Acting Secretnry Addo ot Uio
s-tnte dopnrtmnnt and MInlstor Qpdey,
charge d'ttftuires of U16 Ifexlenn
Grand Jury Investigate Re
I cent Columbus
i ' Primarios.
Columbus, Ohio, September 18. Ac
rordlng to developments at the In
ycstlgatlon before tho Board of Elcc-,
lions today It Is probable that tho
grand Jury will glvo nttcntlon to tho'
lecent iicpubllcnn prlmnrlcs, nt which
C. A.dJOiid was nominated over
Edward A. McCuno for Mayor, in
Precinct D. Kluhth AVnril. thorn wns
considerable troublo In securing tho
voto on tho night of tho election,
and tho poll books wcro afterward
found in n heap of rubbish,
At tho licnrlmr today, two election
officers and tho precinct Committee
man, William Colo, a" Janitor nt ono
of tho school buildings, mndo admis
sions inni a premium of $200 had
been offered on tho success of tho
votes, or this amount Sinn wn in
be given ir that precinct showed tho
greatest por cent, gain In the ward
for Bond over McCutie. whitn Mm
bnlnnco was to bo given on condi
tion that tho candidates picked by
Malcolm Korslincr, the Republican
leader for member of thn Tinnrri nt
Service, shquld win out.
Colo nnd tho election officers claim
that tho premiums wcro offernd in
icvcry ward In tho city, so far as thoy
mum luurn, tho Board or Elec
tion, however, is unnhlo m nmi nnf
at present who offered tho premium.
Thn board will report the mnttcr to
Secretary of Stato Tamil A. Thomp
son, who is Stato Supervisor or Elec
tions by virtue ot orrico, and will
bo guided by his advice.
LEAVES HIS ENTIRE
FORTUNE TO LODGE
IMiiladclphih, Pa., Sept. 18.--UiKlcr
tho will of llm late Thomas'
II. Pa I Ion, treasurer of I ho grand
lodge of MnsoiN of Pennsylvania,
who died recently his entire estate,
valued between $2,000,000 and $'.,
000,000 iri doviscd to tho grand
lodpo of Pennsylvania for 'the edu
cation nnd Bipoort of malo orphans
of master Masons.
.Try tho Mirror Want Column.
ReporUof the Examination of the Treasury
of Marion County, Ohio.
To tho Probaln Jiidnn oP "Mnrirt.i rv....4.. m,:.
1 ursuant to your appointment bpnring dnto tlio Oth day of Sep
teinber, 1! 0, and after being duly qualified, we, tho undci-signcd, hnvo
counted tho money 111 tho treasury of Marion County, Ohio, and in
snectod nnd examined the books, records and vouchors thereof in -rnc-eordan'eo
with the provisions of hootion 1120, II. S.t and it 'is
hereby certified that it ha follow! a iv0 and aecunato state
menl of the condition of said treasury ns disclosed by snid ox
nminntion made on the 10th Iny of September, 1007, to-wit:
Undivided General Tax
Undivided Clicaroilu 'J'nx.I.
I'rouiUu Judge's Kuo
Bhcrlirw Fee ,
Olcrk'H Koi I
Itncorders Feu...... .
PV11 . . .............. V....V.V.V.
Hneclnl Pike ,..,
Tax InqulHltor Fund .,
Julia Lyon ."
Ixlllln JniilUnn Fund
Totnl Ilulunec , I1R7MI 47
Overpiiyinonls deduct 14W8 79
Not CuhIi Ilnlnnco... 473025 08
Jlalnncn thowa on Auditor's
Outatnualng warrant ndcl.. 22DC0 88 .,
Totnl Cash balance..: ,..173025 8
Cash over In Treasury ,., 7 20
Tho item ensh over in 'fioasiiry $7.2(1 w the result land nccu
mulotitm of numerous small, errors .made in cualiinj; warrants, nnd
1JUVUIM U. JIUlMJll VI BUII1U I W Lilt J
It c(Uts no rol'lerotion on any
i AVe llnd tho bonds of ill the
illcd nnd .recorded with the nronor
.. !.l I I. ...... I..
AVo desiro to compliment Couut
inni inn .ii..jmi.jy, Liuoiiuiu m utiv.j
oflico i)d also on 'the neatness and
ltespccuiuiy suumHtcd, '
JOIWnKTTHBKH,l ... , r.
A h. J. SMITH, 'jExamlnersT
Mabion, Ohio, Hept.'io, 1007, , ' " ,
Tiik Btatb .or1 Ohio, Maiiion Countv, hh In 1'hoiiatk Court: "' f
I, G. II. Foster, Judgo aiid Hx-Oll)do Clerk of tho iProbato'
Court of Marion County, Ohio, hovby certify .tlint tho mbovo vnnd
forcgoiii" is a truo iul correct copy kf the reort of Jolni Rot-
tiuer laixl.b. J. Smith, .heretofore appointed by m in conforinlfy to
law, to linspeet nud pxnmine tile hook, records, eto,, of (hof 'IVcns
lit') of pnid County. '
J"r"7'l 1NTK8TIMONY WIIHRKOP, I imvo horounto set my hand and afllxed tho
,1 8hadJ seal otsald Oourtat Marlon? OUJo, tbls loth day of 'March, A, O. 1007.
Business and Professional f )
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WANT TO DO BUSmESS.
ART STUDIO t
If it isn't n Brunskill PJioto it
isn't the best. It pays to get the
Best. They are' mndo nt wio
Brunskill Studio 5!
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Don't forget thot wo mnko a
specialty;, of driving rioj for-, plcfts
tiro op-business. ,
H. P. PEI6RY, , Union St.
MODEL MEAT MARKET.
Dealer in all kinds of. Fresh nnd
Smoked Mealsi SiiusagOi-olc.
, W. O. AUSIUCIjE.
Both Phones. 1-10 S. Main St.
We buy waslo paper of all kinds
nnd descriptions. Also denier "in
Scrap Iron.' Metals.. Rubber. Bot
tles. Hides. Pells and furs.
Both Phones, 282-202 Farming St.
STAR BOTTLING WORKS .
Manufacturer of carbonated bevee"
idges Dinger 1AI0 and Sodas. Selt
zer nnd Siphon Mineral Waters.
J. It. SMITH. Prop. '
, Hns all kinds of - Kodaks and
Cameras for sale, und every known
supply. Bring your kodako trou
bles to us, wo will sell supplies
in any quantity at any timo.
Sco our specinl Photos for $1.00
and $1,50 per dozen. Specinl rales
for the next 30 days.
0. P. PBLIilSON. '
115 East Center St.?'
REAL ESTATE '
.' Wo havo the greatest variety of
city property of any firm in Mnr
ion. Wo havo business properties
of vniious kinds to offer for gro
cery stores, restaurants, bakery and
I THE J., W. CLARK
HEAL ESTATE CO. '
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