THE MARIOK DAILY KgWlQlC TgUlIDAY, OCTOBER; Ttf, 1907J'
Nk . ' mM -. x H - k ' '
A iuerctiant who is "too
is rather over1
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K' . i
9-jIi Perry.Lessee and Manager
Oreat Scenic Production and
Will be Rrescnted.
PRICES 25c, 35c and 50c.
WEEK OF OCTOBER 7IH
RUSSELL J. GROSE
Tho HandculT King of
Dancing oa Roller Skate3 .
IS AND HEALY,
ick Faco Comedians.
10c. and Satmday
PnAnB 9mO Im" Rflrvrf Snl.
I. .v. mw . .www... W0k3a
Evening Shows 7:30 and 9 p. m.
10 and 20 Cents.
Notice to Electors.
Tho electors of the precinct of C
ot the First Ward ot tho city ot
Marion, Ohio, will tako notice thp.l
Board ot Deputy State Suref-
?- ' vise
lsera of elections of Marlon county,
Ohio; will meet at tho offlco ot the
colmty commissioners on Wednesday,
ttie Oth day of October, 1907; at 7
o'clock p. m. for tho purppse of
considering whether tho election pre
cinct of said ward abovo mentioned
shall bo divided, changed or cons
umed, or any re-arrangement, sub-,
division or combination of such pre
cinct, mado as provided in section
2916-10, Revised Statutes of Ohio, as
amended April 23rd, 1901, and for tho
purpose ot dividing said ward Into
election precincts as provided by sec
tion 2923, Rovlscd Statutes of Ohio.
as amended April 23, 1901.
Tho Board of Deputy State Super
visors of Elections ot Maflon Coun
W. O. MJCAS, Chief Doputy.
S. H. DoLong, Clerk.
Proposals for Printing.
Scaled proposals for printing and
furnishing tho following;
1C.O0O Official Ballots
1C.000 Board of Education Ballots
COO Cards of Instruction to Voters
COO Certificates ot Appointment ot
Judges and Clerks
COO Oaths of Offlco of Judges and
will bo received by tho Board of Dep
uty Stato Supervisors of elections,
for Marlon county, Ohio, at tholr of
flco In tho Court house, Marion,
Ohio, until 7 o'clock, p. m. Wednes
day, October 9th, 1907. Said Bal
lots to bo printed In accordance with
samples now on Illo fn ,Jho offlco ot
tho Clerk or said Bprd and tho Bonrd
of Education ballots to bo printed
according to section 3970-10, Section 2
of tho Revised Statutes of Ohio.
Each bid must bo accompanied with
a bond in doublo tho amount ot tho
sum bid, with sufficient surety for
tho faithful performance ot tho con
tract. The Board reserves tho right to re
ject 'any or all bids.
W. O. LUCAS. Chief Deputy.
S. H. BELONG, Clerk.
PRACTICAL MORALITY FOR
OAMPKftS AND HUNTERS.
Bo. sureJto put out your camp
(Iro jmfuro wiw abuudou it in. t,ho
inoriilngio'J.'iak(j:ilp"t1ie, rtrail. Do
rth T, mMuwAmw
;$. vh ui, iiui, uvi-ji Mir ywnr
guide whorp devastating fires being
a mattlr ji orcmi alul hiitlor, is
therefore tho keenest of any of
your" camp followcY, but who,
nolle tho less-, is apt to bo care
lefes., Sio to it youielfr leave no
Mpotilering back-log of (ho night 'ft
"frioudly lire", irtiyo no Miuddng
(?o dolieiously) tho brenkfb Iroilt
tor such relics so often sVfunu-
cd into tho tiny flame wliicli,
feeding upon near-by loaves or
nios or bush twnr. stows within
two days to a devouring biuzo that
consumes acres of forest before
lis withering touch' ig stoyed. If
you nrc closo to a brook nso it?
water plentifully and if wntor w
scarce knock tho live ends of the
larger sticks until not a fcpnrk .
left; and scrape dirt over nil tho
coials not a fow hnltdfuls of dust
that tho wind mrry scatter at. its
first breath but dirt that will bury
and smother. ' '
NYi doiibt my average reader
Ihinks, I am writing a lot to de
liver one small 'message, but let him
consider tTriat hundred of acres of
foresl land worth thousands, meas-
Lnrod by dollars, and of incstimabio
value, reckoned us among the indus
trial resource of the country, are
annually destroyed from just such
iuMfiiificnut beginnings Us tho camp
Iro which was not put out beyond
tho power of tho pawing breeze 'to
vosucitalc. Thoreforo tho wnrning
appeal cannot bo too much emphn-
-fix.cn ; nor is wo message inane loo
important since wo as a nation aro
using ut ifrom threo to four times
as much wood every year as the
country is producing.
Two worthy exhibits of genuine
Americanism are 1st, not to ndd to
forest deal met ion by carelessly leav
ing fire around; and 2nd, always
to nlant a new tree young tree
for every one you destroy. Ann
nlant it where it will do the most
"hod. .Fit in (lxpar Wlntjijoy's
"View Point" in Tho Outing Maga
zine for October.
WHAT'S IN McOLURE'S?
In vaiie.ty.-and interest tho Octo
ber McClurcJs i remarkable. 'Af
ter la. break of two months Ellen
Terry resumes Jicr dcliglilful Jlcm
oirs with an account of iher domes
tie l;.fe called "Uy Children and
IT", Which ha much nmiuang gos
sip of Iloshctti, Ii-ving, Bernhardt,
Cliarlcs' Rcade andt) thcr famous
Prof. Mun.steibcrg ha an article
in "The Tliird Degree' which
ooints to the legal nud medical jwwi-bilitic-J
-u" cxpericmental psycholo
gy, and is full of interest and suges
.(ioii for the average lav reader.
Cleveland MoffcUV 'Winning the
First International Balloon Raco"
an labsoibing account of adventurous
sonrt in the upper air, tells how the
first inteintiqual race was won by
The latest installment of Mi. Kb
'dy'n life by Miss Milmino throws
more light u tho mcuhnds which
made fop tlie success of this rcmnrk
abi woman itlinn any thing that has
','ouo before. An illuminating charac
terization by itlio on'l.V person close
ly n"(M'inted with her who "over
Mluilied liep with such in unprejudi
ced and tempered mind" completes
Harry Omlia.nl continurii hi his
tory of .the uniiiue war between label-
and capital in tho mines of Col
orado and Idaho.
This n strong fiction number
W.illn Sliibcit Cilher contributes
V deicnte t)s.yc'idogical ytudy of
the intangible reactions of a man,
his living wife, his dead wife and
lie the driid wcinan's friend. Per--oval
Oiihbon in hi-,- "Meagro Life"
tgn.'n displa.w his Kirl of makpig
uhenturo spiing up from tho moM;
i. .-.,.!. oil. Viola Rwoboitp's
"Mr. Wtews" is a hmnorfins ohamc'
tor sketch with n setting of tinny
life in the Philipnine. Casper liny
complete "tins' iiniimui '"v ";;
Uou with Slatervillq's AposUto".
In t'torv of heiVMsm and me 11111111)111
of pcrwwnHiiy "ul u.hiu.....m...-.
There are two -poems: "On tbo
IIwL'hls" by William Aspenwall
Bradley land ,fc"A Roman Garden'
by FJorouco Wilkinson. This w a
sneciiil 'art nuinbcr. Tlicre is 11 o-lie,-
of delidifiil (color drawings,
"The Wive Senses" by .Tet-io "Wil
,hs Smith. Tho cover design is
done from a iiortuit of Ellen Terry
by "Walls; Besides llieso thoro aro
illustration by .Tnv Ilambidge, F.
Walter 'IVivbu' aiM .thcrj. and
nnnv fiiinln old photographs to
illustmtu tho Terry Momoirs.
Marina Use ef a Friend.
A Harlem (N. Y.) resident after a
busy day was seated reaifully at home
when tho ieleppono boll rang, says a
Now York letter, "Met ine at tho
Waldorr within an hour," called an
Ihtlniate friend at the' other end of
the wire; "milst boo you. Don't fall.
Within an hour. Important. Oood
by." Tbp Harlemite grunibled, won
dered why business should follow a
tired man into his home, got Into his
boots, kissed hlrt wlfn nnd hustled for
tho hotel. His friend was waiting for
him fn tho Vnldorf cafe. "Well, Jim,"
he said, "what is It? What's up?"
"What's up?" ochood Jim. "Why,
I'm, as lonoly sb a castaway tonight.
Want company Bomq one to talk
with. What will you drink?" Jim is
,0- . ,
frroparty 'n Situated
CASE WILL BE RETRIED
Hardin County Jury Failed
to Reach Agreement.
Condemnation Proceedings of the
C. D. & M. Against Hamilton
and Others Dismissed.
MarWiull and Iya Ualley of LaRue,
are' defendants In a bttlt brought In
the court of common pleas ot Hardin
county, by Frank Hamilton, admin
istrator of tho cstato of their mother
thelato Elizabeth Bailey. The case
was heard before Judgo Schroto of
tho Hardin county common pleas
court, Wednesday, and the Jury, after
being out froni. 1 oclock In tho after
noon until 3 o'clock Thursday morn
ing reported a disagreement. The
jury was discharged and the case will
bo retried in tho near future.
Hamilton, as administrator of tho
Bailey estate, claims that the de
fendants owed their mother $500,
which Is said to have furnished at the
time they Btarted In the livery busi
ness in LnRue. The debt Is said to
have been Incurred twelvo years ago.
George Baughman, through his at
torney, Patrick J. Monahan, Thurs
day brought suit lu tho court of
common pleas against Elizabeth
Baughman, now Elizabeth llohner,
and others, asking for .the partition
of tho estate of Benjamin Baughman.
The estate consists of a few lots In
Tho condemnation proceedings of
the Columbus, Marlon & Bucyrus
Emmanuel Hamilton and others has
been sttlcd and dismissed from pro
bate court. Tho suit was brought to
condemn land for thd company's right
of way, north of tho city.
Prosecuting Attorney John H.
Clark was In Bellefontalno Thursday
oil bUBlncs, relating to his suits
against the brldgo trust. It Is ex
pected that tho suits will eomo to a
hearing In tho near future. '
Island Home of the Jews.
Elephantine Is an island of the N'tio,
where archaeologists aro finding an
cient curiosities. A Bort of sanctuary
decorated with mlnlatuie obelisks and
covering a ppot which was used for
burying tho bodies ot sacfed animals
was found. Theso animals proved to
bo rams carefully mummified and
burled In sarcophagi ot granite. Tho
wrappings of tho mummies are glided
and ornamented with palutod scones
of a mythological charactor and hear
Inscriptions. The ram W113 among the
cacred animals of Egypt, and seems to
nave boon especially sacred to tho
principal deity or the Island. Many
fragments of texts htivo been found.
They aro Inncilbcd upon picrea. ot
pottery and known as o3traca. Tho
inscriptions arc In diloroglyphlc, Cop
tic, Greek and Arab. Thoy show that
as far back as the fifth century, Ii. C,
tho Island was Inhabited by .Tews.
Papyrus Inscriptions had piovrd this
fact, but tho now discoveries show Just
what quarter belonged to the .leva
According to the rccords n Jowlsb
tomplo must have existed In this lo
cality and now Is being looliod for by
Tho grown folk, seated on tho wide
rcrandn, were having a discussion
:oncernlng heaven, and a little dntighi
cr was llltling breezily around tbo
roup. A sall-llko bqw of Allco-blu,q
Ibhop fluttered abovo her curls and
lor whlto frock stood nlrlly against
ho wind, "1 came from heavpn," sho
innounccd In tho paiiso of tho con
creation. "They put wings on mo
ind sent mo down horel and," she
lddod remlnlscently, "I haven't seen
inybody from thore since."
superstitions About Water.
Delightfully quaint arc all tho super,
stltlohs concerning wdtor, and one
which neyer falls to send little thrills
along opo's spine Is that whlcl hmds
that, If water Is taken ,wlth ,soup. the,
drink'e'r wlfl cougli'rln his gruvo. 'A'
lively quarfe'i 'Is 'said to b'o 'tlie. xiivSx
of two friends 'was'hlng their hands in
I the same wdter; uftd wh)le water pour-
eu on mo ooorsiep ensures prosperity,
wator thrown out will soon give cause
to wcop. Pleasant Indeed for tho
maiden Is tho belief that evdrjj time
she spills wator her lover thinks upon
her; but for tho hbUiewlfo tho spilling
of water foretells that, or? sho cin
dry It up, her h'ouso will bo full of
Dally Market Report
,ti:ast Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 10.
Cattle Supply 125, quiet and steady. ,
cals iRccelpts 1215; slow, 25c lower;.
top Veals, ff 9.25; cull to fair,
aneep anu lainus ucceipts -i.uuu;
market dull, lambs 20c lower, sheep
steady. Lambs 5 7.(55; yearlings
5.75 (oG.25; sheep; 2.75 5.75.
nogs iiccipu 3,ufu; acuvc, mnncci
10c higher. Yorkers 7.25 7.35;
pigs 0.50" 6. CO; mixed, 7.30 (n)
7. 40; mediums 7.25 7.35;' heavies
7 7.25; roughs .5.50 0.30: stags
I. CO 7.
UNION STOCK YARDS
Union Stock Yards, Ills., Oct. 10.-
Cattle Receipts 9,000; estimated for
Friday 3,000; market slow and steady
primo beeves 5.30 7.45; stock era
and feeders i G.20; poor to medi
um 2.50 f,T 4.80; cows and heifers,
2.75 5.30; canners 1.50 2. CO;
Texans, 4.70 5; westerns, 4
Hogs Receipts 15,000; estimated
for Friday, 14,000; market steaedy.
Light, G.45 7; roughs G.20
0.40; mixed 0.30 $ 7; heavy G.45
G.75; pigs 5.50 fit) (5.75.
Sheep Receipts 22,000; estimated
for Friday 8,000; market steady, 10c
lower; native Bheep 3 5. GO; western
sheep, 3 5.50; native lambs, 4(75
7.30; western lambs, 4.75 7.40.
Cleveland, 0Jt. no.l-aip-rs-Re-ccipts
,'l.j cars, shipments COO;
steady. Yorkers 7.10; mixed 7.10;
heavies 0.75 0.85; best ipigs
(I.."j0: stags and roughs 4 G.
Calves Receipt 330 head; steady
Slice) and 'lambs Rccoipts 5
curs, strong; "good, to extra lambs
7.23 and 7.50.
Cattle Strong' (receipt 0 care.
Pittsburg, Pa.. ? Oct. 10. -Cattle-Supply
light, market steady. Choice
C.15 G.30; pvlriio 5.80 G.10;
good 5.50 5.75pfalr 4.23 ) 5.75;
fair, 4.25 5; hlfers 3 5,
v Sheep and lambs Supply light,
market steady. Prime wethers, 5. CO
5.75; good mlxod 5 5.20; fair
mixed 4.23 4.75;ccmmon, 2 3;
lambs, 5 7.50.-X veal caives
8 (H) 8.50. . $
Hogs Market steady,.. Primo heavy
hogs, 7".10 7.20; heavy mixed 7.20
7.25; mediums 7.3(1,. 7.35; heavy
yorkers 7.30 7.33; .light yorkcrs
C.S0 7.10; pigs G rG.'40.
Chicago, Oct. 10 Wheat 3-S
7c up to 1-So off; December sold
between. 1.04 3-4 and 1.03 u-S;
opening at 1.04 3-4; closing ut
J.Uo; May botwcen 1.10 1-2 and
1.11 1-2; opening nt 1.10 3-1; No.
2 "red winter 1.01 3-4 ami 1.00
Corn 1-8 l-2u .higher; Decem
ber sold between GO 3-4 und 01
5-S; opening at 01, closing- 01; May
between 01 1-2 and 02 3-8, alien
ing 02 ;i-8 and closing;" at 01 5-8;
No. 3 yellow 03 nud 05, 1-2.
Oats l-8c up t0 3-Se' and 3-4e
off; December sold between Gi 7-8
and . 1-2; opening 53 1-8; closing
31 7-8; May between 5(i 3-8 and 37
3-8; owning at 37 1-8,; and cloMiig
at 30 1-2; No. 3 wiiilo 53 03.
t'rovLsions iCIosed 7 1-2 () flOo
liighe-r; January pok '13.70' and
10.13; lard 0.00 and'O.ir.; rli.o
S.13 nntl 8.27 1-2.. '
Toledo, Oct. 10. Whmt-Cash
1.03. 3-4; December 1.07; '
Corn-Gash 00 1-4; December 01
Oai.s-tfiHi G3 !-!; - Dkc-inlor
Rye No. 1, )2; No.. 2, 01,.
Cloversood-Cush 11.00; October
10.117 1-2; December and March
10.22 1-2; uWko 9.70. Timothy
-.-s. , '
NEW YORK PRODUCE
Now. York, Oct. lO.-liutter-Tin.
ceipts 7.444; choice Arm. Creamnrv.
extra, 30; state dairy tubs finest 28
1-2 29; factory firsts 231-2 n 24.
Eggs Recelnts 7.3G2: pIioIpa flt-.n
toonrby whlto fancy, 34 (ft 30; west
ern ureis zz Qp -'3.
To our own ago belongs the4ercdll of
havln&mlscd hurry from the degraded
poMtldh bf a dlseaso to thut 'of a com
tHe'rplal pr6cess. Formerly hurry sim
ply brought people to an early grave,
with 'ijothlrig to show for it, whereas
now It Is become the means ot trans
fdrmng peace of mind, which Is a
solecism, to say the beat ot It, Into
ready money. Hurry has grown to bo
a great fact In lite, Even the ushlons
take account of It, until women uro
found doing up tholr Hair in suon a
way that thoy may go tho speed limit
without fearOf Its coming dowh. And
tho best of hurry Is thut it la its own
sufficient Justification. Nobody ex
pects hurry to hiuo any iittlcdlur
reason behind It any ni(lro.-i:lr
Jssha . SBssssBsEMiBSBrr jfir aj
The amount of nonsj yoa
have lost by kseping yonr
spare rosms vacant to long.
A large mm is It nst? Make
up your mind tkat yon will
loo money no longer In this
way. Have your 4 inserted
which will cost yon 0 cents,
in The Mirror for a week,
Yeur room will thai be
rented. Cheap commlsiisa le
pay, is it not?
Phone ads to Me. I tetter
i-Sfn-U Run Collector'' wdJj,
' V rtlM& ihf tlK Mitt
IT Brav tuna w-rr nervct so
fe.fleauJMtVb e:t explain
Ww.- a. pun!
'WANTED Men to work tonnage ami
day work at quarries. Apply at
John D. Owen & Son's ortlco,
Owen. Easy means of going back
and forth to Marlon. 10-S-3t
A 1 OFFICE HEN WANTED.
WaAru iinjtrvontrnct uitli IcaOfni; ciutlu)ii rirry
hirutniii.jy mli for liljlhKinJt Hi.Uit.ii.. U cam
RhorCntttioruuuhlr vxitrum-tnl ullUu htm wli.i uiidrr
tfilvlil-lo-ilnlt liKttioUiltliJIiavu (.ltu-i j.cutliAtll
ItJT. Uoot 1m)J11oiis nuw ojh-u 111 Dili !pt!.irrircoM-
tM-tcntl)ookktvM-r. AcctmiitAii(9. (nliUi.,('tiiLii,cl
loctors. C5ori"Mmili-ntii, Ullliu llH).nLrrj.-iltatfht'iu
tarles,to.a)SH-AVXj.ii Mnr. w ntttUMluiUy furlrt-a
oop of Qppirtntil09 doMcrtMiuf tli. m.
HAI'UpOD3..(lnc.) Briln llrokcrs.
1123 Park Building, Pittsburg.
WANTED-Twcnty teams with driv
ers, ut $1.00 per day, to work on
grade north ot Marlon along tho
Marlon and Ilucyrus plko. Apply on
Work or nt General Manager's office
over Intcrurban station at Marlon.
WANTED Old Kcather Ileds. High
est prlco paid for old, feathers. Will
stay a week In Marlon. Address
Simon Prank, General delivery.
Will call. 10-7-Gtpd
ANTED-Pumlly, imrncr. or hotel
washing. GI3 Panning St.
KOR RENT Plats, .'I and 5 looms,
Union block, bouth Main htreet;
modern conveniences bott water,
references required. Keys and par
ticulars at tho Waldorf Pharmacy,
20G South Main street. Phono 1070.
FOR RENT In south part of town,
3 six room houses, now. Rent
cheap. Inquire J. G. Morey, South
High street. 10-0-2t
FOR RENT S room house, with
.bath, cellar, drilled well, filtered
clstorp, city water, paved btrect.
Inquire at ,239 nialuo, uvo.
i - HQ-5-(5fpd
FOR SALE On North Greenwood
street, a houso of beven rooms
with bath. Inquire of Walter
Mnckon at Hughes & deary's.
F.OK SALE A 7-rooni house, all j
strictly modern, on Scofleld Heights.
Will sell clioan as I am leaving
town. L. M, Shndaker.
P.OR SALE -I deHlio to sell my farm
ot 160 3-t acres of land located In
& Storage Co.
Richland township, Marlon county,
Ohio, on the Richland Pike. Im
provements, largo now houso and
up ground cellar, with slato roors,
two large barns, two granaries,
and other necessary buildings. Good
laud, well ' tiled, well watered by
G wells and tho Whctstono river.
Price $75.00 per acre terms rea
sonable. Call on or address, Wil
son Imbody, GG0 E. Church St.,
FOR SALE Several good second
band organs and two square pi
anos, all In lino condition. Call
and get your cholco at almost your
your own price, as they must sou
In order to make room for new
fall stock now arriving. G. W.
FOR SALE New and modern 9
room brick residence in East
Marion. Barn and out buildings.
Residence finbhed in hard wood
throughout. A perfect home.rcady
to occupy. Geo. H. Uhlor, 128
1-2 North Main street. Citizens
Phone 1042 and 1235.
UICTIONEERING-J. W. Clark,
will cry sales of every description
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
guaiantced. Your Interest 1b a,
Interest. Office rooms, Court street,
Both phones, Marlon Ohio.
LOST English bull dog with collar
engraved "Mister Dooley," .lohn W.
Wheaton owner. Return to J. Leo
Shaw mid receive reward. Phono
WANTED or the U. a. Marine
Corps: men between the ages of
10 and 35. An opportunity to seo
tho world. For full Information
apply In person or by letter to re
cruiting office, 107 E. Center strcei,
Marlon, Ohio. 10-1-lm
WANTED Everybody to know that
Henry Schilling has just been ap
pointed Asslbtnnt Stenographer
United States District Court, Pitts
burg, P.i. .Mr. Schilling Is a Gra
ham writer, having studied under
Mr. Ellcker, teacher Graham Short
hand at THE SCHOOL OF COM
MERCE, Marlon's leading Husluess
College, over Manhattan store. It
pays to study Graham.
DAFTSMEN To draw $123-$150
monthly anywhere Chief Drafts
man of Engineering Firm will In
struct and prcparo you practically
Individually fqr abovo salary, by
IM'uctlc.U work, homo Instruction.
Guarantee you necessary, actual
drafting room experience, not ob
tainable in bchools, colleges or In
stitutes to bo competent high sal
aried draftsman. No Diplomas,
but training until ccyupctent. Fur
nish tools and position free. Terms
reasonable. Address Chief Drafts
man, DIv. 31-11 Engineers' Equip
ment Co., (Inc.) Chicago.
MOVDSG AND TRANSFE1.
THE PADDOCK TRANSFER STOR.
Transfer Storago and Crating.
He "Looked Over" the House.
Leaving tho koy of an empty houso
with n nolghbor In order that likely
tenants may Inspect tho promises Is
common. Tho owner of a houso on
Loxlngton Avenuo, Now York, has for
good reasons decided to koop tho key
of bis houso hlmsolf for tho future.
Homing that somo ono had been
"looking over" tho house, tho land
lord called on tho old woman who
had boon Intrusted with tho koy.
"Well, Mrs. ," he said. "So
you've had it paity artor the houso?"
"I'm not too sure," was the reply.
"Wunts time to think It over,
"No, I don't think ho dues. What
he wants Is an oppoituully. When
ho got tho koy ho weut ucross the
stroet, and as 1 heard nothing fiom
him for nn hour or so, 1 followed.
He'd tnken all tho door knobs and
ovory ounce ot lead about tho place,
but he'd left tho house. Maybo Iio'b
coming back f,nr that, ton, an ho didn't
retui u the key."
West End Jewelry Store
Ladies' old watch
FINE wkCH REPAIRING
J. B. Ovens
531 W. Center St.
Was yourj watch to blamo?
If it wal bring it here and
let us putVit into Ishape. If
you haven a. watch let us
sell you oncVia't you can rely
Special prices on watchc3.
Seo our windo
DR. B. R. nANSFlELD,
A grntluatc of American Sclionl of Osteo
pathy, tlio only Ostfopnthlo Phyalclnn In
the county, cicopt r. K.C. DuRSd, who is
a graduate of the snmn scliool.
Formerly l)i i Orlwell's onieo, 4U W. Cen
ter Stnet. CltyPliono.
Office Hours Tnortay
, Uays taturiliiy
10 Un.in 1 Sp.m
1012 n. m. I !i ii.m
lu-12a. m.l Sp.m
THE' LILY REMEDY CO.
Office: SaWe 6-7 Cqmmi'a ,.t
Heme treatWnt for the car
of Diseases of iKomen aad other
nervoas Diseases. Coasaltation -and
MRS. CLELLA N. WILSON.
Citizens' phone 114. iia'
CARPENTER & COMPANY,
loimil Street 6 rooms, closets
porches, gas, well, cistern new,
Mound Street 5 rooms, porches
well, cistern, gas, new, $1,350.
Henry Strcet-6 rooms, closets,
porches, well, cistern, new $1,450
Henry Street -w rooms, closets,
porciics, well, cislcrn, now, $1,250
' ITavid Street-
porches, well, cis
, gas, $1,550
Erie Street 6
porches, well, cistern,
large lot, $1,350.
llerr Street 6 rooms, closets,
well, cistern, new, $1,450.
Uoulevard Avenue 7 rooms,
closets, well, city water, cellar, pa
Indiana Avenue 6 rooms, cel
lar, gas. well, cistern, new, $1,800
Office 110 South Main St,
Drop us a card for lis1!; of Fanua
that wo havo for Bale,
Houso 5 rooms, largo lot $1000;
Houso G rooms, $1300: Houso 5
looms $1350; House 6 rooms J1400i,
Houso, barn, 3 lot's, $1,000; Houso 5
roonu, barn, central J?S1700 jousei
4 rooms, $800rHousrG rooms, $1000
House 5 rooms Sl400; House 7
rooms, cellar 66 yoot lot, $2100;
House central 8 rooms, barn 60 feet
by 105 feet, $3000;, House 0 roomst '
barn, nice late!ot $3500; Modern,
Homo 8 rosins, $3500; Lot $1000;
Houso 8 nsorns, barn, central, $2600?
lots $250and $150 and up. f
ClliSli REAL ESTATE CO.
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