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, TEdGE & DANIEL
V 'German comedians.'
IV vir i'coi e DttDCtiri i
wrurvL.rv r uunnbLu
Comedy musical artists.
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DILL. I rviuvjnci
Ebony comedian 'and eccentric
x w dancer
P.ROWE,Wlll sing "Stingy"
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Mov ng rictures
Buying a donkey.
t Scratch my back, ji
Matinees Monday, Wednesday
s and Saturday, 10c.'
iiiaren s oaiuraay iviaunee. oc
bone 380(or Reserved Seats
Evening Shows 7:30 and 9 p. m.
10 and 20 Cenfs.
Ladies ask (or the cash tickets on
Monday and Wednesday's Mat.
I Til HAGUE
'American Ambassadors Re
turn-Home Well Pleased
with ttift Results.
New York, Nov. 0.--Geueral Hor
! ace 'Porter and Joseph H . Choate,
two or tho Amercan ambassadors to
the', recent peace conference at Tho
Hague, returned homo today on tho
' BteamEr Kron Prlnzessln Cecllle, and
will go oh to Washington In a few
. . ident. Both General Porter and Mr.
Choate expressed themselves as being
entirely satisfied with tho results or
tho second conference.
iHrcmi6u uvu ui wiu pi -imjipiii juls-
tlous beforo tho confereuce-jobll
gafory arbitration mid limitation of
armaments failed to take positive
fornu'Mr. Clioato said tho Idea pre
vailed In some quarters that Uttlo
had. been accomplished. Tills view.
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in, ueuuiruu, wuuui o uisptHieu wiicn
-.ISv , . . comQco wcro n full by direction of the State of
studied and their far-reaohlng effect Ohio. Given under my hand offlelal
iuily realized. iv nt hn siiori.'a r.tta in ti. ni nt
ty jNo less than 14 convcntlops dealing
.viwi curious pnnses oi war, wore
Adopted, nnd tho conferonco also de
clared In 'favor of many more prop
ositions ainoiig thorn the doctrlno or
OneJ-of tho prlnclpnl propositions
(adopted unanimously) wns offered by
tio.Ahlerlcan delegation through Gon
crai, Porter and designated "the Por
ter proposition," This convention
prohibits tho use of armed forco for
the' recovery or contractural debts un
til "all efforts at arbitration havo
faired. The Importance of tho con-
vontlon was emphasized by the fact
that It was signed by every creditor
and. debtor nation. "A
TIX RICKARD AGAIN
It ., ,. -..-
,,, IN FIGHT BUSINES
Goldilold, Nov., Nov. u.-"Tox
RlfcUard has taken Up tho fight
business again, and is artor tho
hlggest match that has over been
.Dulled off' in tho United States
OfboB wired ,Sam l'itzpatrlck tho
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pfWFIynn ,I.n ovpnt of Johnson
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mwtm ijuibu over civon ror n
fl,t ror a match botvycen liim and Household Goods nnd other articles
Jeffries tho only stipulation boji'not herein-mentioned,
that thought bo held In Nevada. "I Terms made known oil day of sale.
a'KTOX" B'nVS hO Will CO nn llll?h ' N. 11. Tlio T.linh PrlvllAirn will lin
MWOlqOO or tho- match. JTo qays
JeJTrles has no reason to draw the
color lino, us he has met negroes
before In tho ring, and that If
Ke'Sfalls to come through tho pub.
mk will domaiiU some othe1!: ex -
nlAnntlon. "" .
Blckard is also out with a bid j
ror anoiuer matcn netwoen Joe
' GaB und llattllnir Nolsnn. at Fiv.
Ne., next New Year's day, where
heyfferfl a purse of $2,').000 for the
Nanlll. itldkard 1b urging ,Jhs go,
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rectlj ' wlIHnK
loy Jim May
I Mill IlinrKtt
vfnsfiin says no is per
litlako nil tlio money
r.. . t. . .. ,
ir Kdiia win-snot on die morits
ft ' HP"1 nion. Rlckuvd wunts.to war
. .- . y j
er thnt Gh'iis will 'atop 'Nolpo'n fn.
aide of twenty rounds.
lior' Comity Reprcsentativo ot Ma
rlon county. Ohio, on Tuesday. No
vember Cth, 1067.
Sherlirs otrico, mrion county,
Ohio. Scptembor 27th, 1907." To tho
qualified voterrf of Mnrlonv county,
Ohio, whereas by tho 'laws of Ohio,
regulating any General or Special
election it In made tho duty of tlio
Sheriff, - and ho Is thereby required
to glvo public liotlco by Proclama-
tlon throughout his county of the
tlmo Of holding such elections and
tho offlco at that time to bo chosen.
In pursuance of such requirements,
I, Eiiston 13. Drowrt, Sheriff Qt Ma
rlon county, Ohio, do hereby pro
claim mid make known' that' the first
Tuesday after the first .Monday being
tho Cth day of November, 1907, by the
constitutional laws of tho State of
Ohio, and by Proclamation of Andrew
L. Harris, Governor ot tho State of
Ohio and to me directed appointed
tho day on which tho qualified elect
ors' ot Marlon County aro notified
to meet In their respective wards,
townships and voting precincts at
their usual or proper places dcslgnat
cd for holding elections between the
nours or 5:30 o'clock In tho fore -
noon and 5:30 o'clock In the after
noon of sold day, and then and thero
proceed to vote by ballot for somo
person for Stnto Representative from
Marlon Copnty, Ohio. Said election
being authorized by Andrew L. Har
ris, Governor of the Stnto ot Ohio,
nndecn Proclamation mhdo by him,
July 22nd', 1907, for the purposo of
Ailing a vacancy for tho unexpired
term existing In said offlflce, caused
by the death of John K. Crlswell, a
representative In tho 77th General
Assembly of Ohio from Marlon coun
Return of thevPoll Books
The Judges and the Clerks shall
jmake out their returns ot the elections
nnd the tally sheots thereof In dupli
cates, signed nnd certified according
to law,vone copy with ono poll book
to. bo transmitted tp tho County Board
ot Jleputy supervisors of elections
by ono of tho Judges, and ono "copy
with tho other poll book of tho elec
tion' shnll bo filed with tho town
ship clerk ns with the city, town
or village clerk ns tho caso may bo.
For tho further lesal conduct of this
election and tho returns thereof you
aio rofcrrrcd to "an act to re-enact
and amend certain actions of tho
Rpvlsod Statutes of Ohio, relating to
and conduct of elcctolns." and to
amend an actio provldo for a board
ot elections for certain specified coun
ties." Passed Apr 1 18. 1S92 (Second
Volumc 80 0)lo Lllws'892) nlso nn
nct to nn,cl, nll(, ..;, cortnln ....
tIon g pilSBC,l A,.i 25 jeno ,g 0
Volume 90. Ohio. Laws 1893) also
"An nct to amend nnd supplement
certain sections ns passed April C,
189-1." (Seo Volume 91. Ohio Laws
1891.) For further particulars as to
said amendments referenco may bo
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im,j to BiU(i nmendnioiits as publlslicd
0f Marlon, Olflo .this 23th day of
Spntnmlinf A r inrt7
EASTON E. DROWN.
Sheriff Marlon County, Ohio.
1 will offer for salo at my resi
dence, 2 miles northeast of Big Island
on tho old Everett 'homestead, Tues
day, November 12, 1907, sale to begin
at 10 o'clock a. 111,, the following
Sevon head of hor&es, consisting of
3 Heavy Brood Mares, 2 In foal: 2
light road Mares, In foal; I Driving
Horsn mill 1 Trlvlnn- Mlrn 10 linoil
of Cattle, consisting of 3 good Mllchl
..' ,," , a.0IUT,"L JIe rer' .un
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I" "ru","D w,u i "U l "Villi Biuiiifc;
.Calves; Over 300 head of Hogs, con-
!"!Bt,B of, ? D,rood SowB. 2 Boars,
S !ont8, a,ld " "8; Kprm uton-
-",. n,0, , ,.' n'"a
Bi?. "r,aS-two.. ...."
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i,arrow6 2 'Brea,;,ng PloW8 3 ci?ti-
I vators, Double, and Single Shovel
PloW8 Potato D,?ger Com s,,ollor
arlml g(oll0i o sota llonvy DoUbIo
(1 set now), 3 sots
1 hri.t n,.i..i, u d,.i...
,ln care of Mr. Frank Kenuedy, Ma -
fton's most popular -hotel and res -
taurant mun. Chicken, Yes!
W. TlENSEL, Auc.
'"-a-Sat-we-sat D. W. MURPHY.
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An object loason in
the Ineieaso of tho cost of living has
bfcen afforded tho government In tho
proposals submltteas'for supplying pro-
visions, to (he Hoot of Admiral Evans
for the tilp lo the Pacific. There was
l an Increase In tho prloo of oyory ar
ticlo offered ovor the pi Icoa last year,
: TlU) t10Hl ,w,taijo cubc was In the pro.'
. 0jm, for ruriilihlujj 1,00,000 pound's
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LWe trwtimx of u cout a uound.
AMONG MAGAZINES ,
TOBACCO HIS IIOYAL IIUINL
"Yes, them Pacific iBl'andcrsVpoUcd
Wilklns' big red beard a spreadln'
down his 'chest and thoy nlado hint
)lng becauso ho bad n bigger beard
han tho wholo posscy on 'em and
their law said the man with tho finest
beard was Heaven descended nnd
should bo king.' All went beautiful
for a tlmo.
It was a fifty pound caso of plug
tobacco that ruined Lemuel Wilklns.
It was cast ashorc-from some wreck
or otliPC,-una , 1 weicomeu it wun
songs' or rejoicing. And being grate
ful to the. Red Whiskered Kln, I
taught him how to chew. He. took
tn It like n. seaman to rum. And
we'd pws tho warm, star-lit even
ings chimin' our Jaws on chunks of
gotl old 'Bristol Navy' and feel our
hearts expand with lovo for our
fellow men . Ho wasn't a neat cli ew
er, being strange and uneducated, and
ho used to trickle some when lie spit.
Ho bad hopes of beln' able to hit a
knot-hole at ten feet like me, but he
was ,a me'ro apprentice, so to speak.
Thero was a wiiu roar rrom ins
followers the nexl mornln.' I heard 1 ,,u "cedn t think M. Lincoln
tho hell'-ralsin' racket and rushed told'dnt know how they was tnlkln.'
tho sceno. There was a streak of
)r?wn MU another of gray 'runnln'
I r I W nrn ilmitN life 1iinl X rlnfrtAtlt
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uciiove my eyes. 1110 noiiy cnieis
was mrowdlng In around him utter-
In' shrill cries. Alas, It was too true.
Tho tobacco Juice had done Its deadly
devastation over night. Tho Sacred
Whiskers had begun to crock and
"The Head Grom of the Bed Cham
ber was summoned on the jump. His
acute and expert vision could not bo
fooled. He pronounced the whiskers
a harrowing Imitation that might
havo been' made in Germany. Then
the chiefs held a formal trial. I
wasn't thoro. I was wildly searchln'
for a seagoing canoo when they
dragged me back from the beach.
Five hours later the bogus god had
been beaten to denth with war clubs
and a bona fide human or home
grown sot of Whiskers was reigning
In his stead. He had confessed all,
mlscrablo wretch that ho was, and I
was accused and tried for conspir
acy, "No thoy didn't kll me, but they
dono mo much,, worse. I was con
demned to havo my whiskers pulled
out with pincers, every last hair of
'em. Do you fathom what thnt
meant? With a fnco as clean ns a
billiard ball, I was no longer fit
to bo with men. I wns disrated, cast
out, dishonored, fit only to do wlm-
mln's won:. And they made mo do
It. It was that or starve. Thoy put
me t owork In the laundry doing up
tho royal whisker-covers what was
put on by the' King and his "Cab
inet at night, same as we use night
caps. Thero Is things worso than
death, just as the Good Book says
thnt tho blto of an ungrateful son Is
more grievous than tho sting of a
serpent. "-From "The Talcs of a
Collector of Whiskers," by Ralph D.
Paine. In The Outing Magazine for
'wTe NOVEMBER AMERICAN BOY.
Tho departure of Hiawatha Is the
central flguro of the two-color cover
of tho November American Boy, form
ing tho fourth series ot Hiawatha
mn'nthlv. 111 eseelleneo or matter, both
for tho boys and adults, this uum-
her Is surely a winner. The second
nlin.it.it rT n lllld UIHI tnPV .IlimilV
wMUlHl.1 V. V..W 1...V NV u.u. rf , (....,.
Jones-Plrato, occupies tho first pages
followed by tho opening chapters of
That Dillingham Hoy, by Oliver Op
tic. Off tho Reservation is continued
.!..... 1.., no I- Tnl.n HI W.,M,
br dso's HoarTal. The Boy and Tho
nnuf n...i a iir. f flip iinvni.iHnn
uvuuv, ...... 4. yj v.. ...w .. .w... w..
Is concluded, Aniong tho find short
Anlnnir thn flnrt Rlinrt
stories and larger articles aro: Tat
u?sl " or, ln, . .,. IK..
111 "1111111 u 11111111111 1 ruiiiii it' 11 v .iiiii
of "mnn's faithful frlond;" AVhy tho
Academy Won, showing how truth
and straightforward dealing always
win out; James Otis, Writer ot over
100 Boys' Books, giving a biographical
sketch of this favorite boys' author.
Youth and War tells about Secre
tary of War Taft and his games with
his son, Charllo. Helping ' a Lamo
Locomotive shows how a toy's mo
;cmlcal Ingenuity was or great son-
Ico nt a critical moiiient. Vag, the
Story of a Dog," teaches kindness to
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i" ""U,B- '" yu W1H" " auxwn
QTVM VffllW T(WUIUU Ufl4tl Ai LttU
boy who Is ambitious. Then thero.
yij ivnu it uiiiuiuuua. 1 gun 4iiurt
aro The Boy on His, Muscle, wltl
plcturos of "Ty" Wbfy Jlijit basebaj
wondor; How the' Carlisle1 iVidlai
V10 pPPt tholr fodtball hioney; How
J" P ,,ok, AlnunnJa V Went to
SqJiooI; Boy of Fifteen Builds Wire
less for 85 conts: Weird New Crea
tures In Zoos; Points Concerning
Hatsf A Blind Nafurnllst. and many
others. Tho Chat with Hie Amnrlpsn
this month Is an 'intervlow with Hnr-
!ry KellaV- txa cehbrnted conjuror,
atia KeePnS Tab on the World Is full
. liiw.imiHg mini iimuuii, ino reg -
mar uopartiyent of Photography;
Stamps, Qoins, and Curios; Boy Me-
r.- m K,ectriclan; O. A, B,;
L?K.,on of nonr' nnrt Tangles, am
)'L'lmn WlHi liHormatlon tliot tho
llOVH Wlint III n, Klllln., ,l ...
in "'" " hmhiuuii lliuil) aro 4
lllustratlons, Ofto dolar a year. The
Publishing "Co., Detroit,
THE .MODESTY OV AUItAHAM
Ida M. Tarbell presents a wonder
ful story of tho Lincoln-Douglas de-'
latca In tho November American
Magazine. It 1b "Billy" Brown's
dWn story. "Billy" was a Spring
field druggist who knew Lincoln
When tha debates were arranged,
tio plain people of. Illinois pitied
Lincoln. They thought that Douglns
would defeat him easily, "Billy" goes
"I reckon the most of tho Repub
licans was a blamed sight more un
easy than wo was. They'd got so
used to seoln' Douglas git everything
he went after; that ' they thought
ho'd be sure to licit Lincoln now. I
heard 'em talking about It nniong
themselves every now nnd then and
sayln.' 'I wlsht Lincoln hadn't done
It. He ain't had experlbncc like
Douglas. Why, Douglas's been dc
bntln' fer twelve years In the United
States Senate with the biggest men In
the country, and ho's always come out
ahead. Lincoln ain't got a show.'
Ho never made no mistake about
himself, Mr. Lincoln'' didn't. He
knew ho wnn'n't a' big gun llko
Douglas. 1 could seo he was bluo
as a whetstone sometimes, thlnkln
of the difference between 'cm. What's
agin us in this campaign boys, I
heard him say 0110 day, Ms me. Thero
ain't no use denyln' that Douglas hns
always been a big success and I've
always boon a flat failure. Everybody
expects hlin to bo p'resldent and al
ways has and Is actln'.ncordln.' No
body's exer expected Anything from
mo. I tell you we've got to run this
campaign on principle. There ain't
liuthln' III your candidate Ami
he looked so cast down I felt plumb
sorry for him. , ' "
"But you needn't think by that
thnt ho was shlrkin' Itrno, sir, not a
mite. Spite wf all his b'lues, he'd set
nis teetli ror ,r fight."'' j.
Mt t H 9 1
New Xork , Cpngressmari
Charged with Trying to
New York, Nov. C Congressman
W, Uourko Coekran was arrested on
a charge of Illegal voting yesterday
afternoon at the polling ploce'In Third
avenue. The policeman who madu
tho arrest said ho could not verify tho
address given by .Mr. Coekran at
310 East Seventeenth street from
which address Mr. Coekran had reg
istered. The congressman was taken
to tho pollco station and thence to a
IK) II co court.
iMr. Coekran Is grand sachem of
iA servant of the East Seventeenth
street ' house had sworn that no ono
named Bourko Coekran lived thero
lnnd. MasiBtrnto Cornell Issued tho war
rant wl,11 unde'' V"5 '"'Prcsslon that
P,n " '? try,"S l VOte " tho
I ' " ' "
When Mr, Coekran was nrralgned
n court, one of Stnte Attorney Gen
oral Jackson's assistants denounced
tho nrrest as an outrage and Mr,
Cochran was promptly dlschnrccd.
" " ' 1U4H1IHJ UlOtlUU KUU. I
& ,Pe'ra .8a,d J" Seven -
I '" -'i iiouso was ins residence
l,f,fnPrt l,ft xvnilf 4 rwi.wrea.'u n...l .I...4
-- r;v . --..v w .u,.h..on u mut
no nau never forfeited his right to
"When I registered," ho said, "I
told tho inspectors who I was, and
explained tho entire situation, I
was not challenged when I registered
nor today. I fall to bee on what
authority this urrest was made."
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I Arrested for Alleged Vio
lation ' 'of LawCase yis
Chicago, Nov. C Fred P., Carter,
sheriff of Lake county. Ind.. was Br
rested yesteidav bv United States
Alnrshal David C. Rnnkln. 'of Indlan-
anolls, charged with linvlng opened
,tho piall or Alenndor Poleskl, a lor-
"He caso Is unusual In the history
,of ?rinilnal jurlsprndenco. If tio gcjv-
eniment established its coptentlon, It
,' loclarel, sherlffB deputy sheriff,,
wnrdonn and other offlalalh In peu-
I niltlnHliu. Inll,. ...! l. .,!! I.,...
i"tm4w', juim jinn nnuimi iiiauiu-
tlons throughout, tho coutftry aro In
danger of Ji like experience.
On tho. ' other hand, friends of
Cnrter claim that if tho officers In
jails and prisons aro forbidden to op
en tho mall of prisoners, plots for
escapo may be hatched with Im
punity, and forblden articles, ranging
from cigarettes to tho deadliest pois
ons, mny bo sent through the mall
Carter furnished .bond In $1000 to
appear before the federal gr.md Jury
In Indianapolis next Friday.
Federal officials declare' that open
ing tho Jetters of a prisoner comes
clearly within tho fedral statute for
bidding tampering with the malls.
They say( further, that this Is a test
caso and will establish a legal prece
Daily Hafket Report
East Buffalo, '. V'., Nov. G.
Cattle Receipts r-U; market u.uiot
Calves Receipts 200; market ac.
tlvo nnd quarter higher. Top' veals
0 ($ d.'Io; cull Ut' fair 3.73
fclit-op and lambs Receipts 4,000
lamb's slow; 10c lower. Sheep
steady. Lambs f.'23 7
lings 3.50 & 0; fcheep
Hogs Receipts .1.700;
low, 15 and 23c lower.
(I nnd 0."13; P'KS 5.00
mixed and heavy 0.25
roughs 5.10 fe 3.C3; stags 4. 23
UNION STOCK YARDS
Union Stock Yards. Ills., Nov. C
Cattle Receipts 14.C00; estimated for
Thursday, 7,000: market openeu
strong, closed weak. Prime beeves.
5.30 7; poor to medium, 3.50
5.15; stockcrs and feeders, 2.40
1.G0; cows and heifers, 2.40 (,? G;
canncrs, 1.23 4P z.r.u; Tcxans, j.iu
4.50; westerns. 3.10 & 5.45.
Jlogs Receipts 20,000; estimated
for Thursday, 14 000; market gener
ally quarter lower; light, 5.05
5.C5; rough. '4.90 j 5.10; mixed,
5.05 5.80; heavy 5.15 5. CO;
pigs 4.0 (ft C.25.
Shcep-Recclpts 22,000; estimated
for Thursday, 10,000; steady to 13c
lower; nntive sheep. 3 5.30; west
ern sheep, 2.75 5.23; nntive lambs
1.23 (7p C.S0; western lambs, 4.25
Cleveland. Nov. C Hogs Re
ceipts, 30 cars; shipments, 450; low
er. Yorkers, 5.90 C; mixed, 5.90
(Jt 0.10; heavies, 5.90 3 CIO; best
pigs, 5.50 5. GO; stags and roughs
Calves Receipts, 100; steady.
Sheo papd lambs Reclpts 3 eais:
higher. Good to extra lambs, 7
7.23; fair to gpd. G.50f p,73.
Cattle Receipts G cars; steady.
Chicago. Nov. C Whc.it 21-S
2 l-2c lower; December bold ' be
tween 92 3-4 and , 93 1-4, opening at
94 3-1 and closing at 92 7-8; May
between 1.01 5-8 and 1.03 7-!, open
ing at 1,03 7-S und closing at 1. 01
3-1; No. 2 red winter, 94 1-8 90
Corn December sold between 58
and 59 7-8, opening at 59 "3-4 and
closing at 58 1-8; May between" 58
5-8 and GO 3-1; opening at GO 3-4
nnd closing at 58 3-4; No 3, yellow
Oats 3-1 0 1 1-lc, lower; Decem
ber sold between 48 5-8 and 49 7-8,
opening at 19 and closing at 18 5-S;
jMny between 51 1-2 and 52 3-4, open-!
B "i '- "-a nun closing at ui 1-2;
I V.1 fl tV'lllln J7 fi RA
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Toledo, Nov. U. Wheat-Cish 93
1-4; December 90 1-4.
Corn-Cash 02 1-2; December CO.
Oats Cash 51 1-4; December 50 3-4.
Rye No. 1, 79; No. 2. 78.
Clovers,oed-Cash, 9.40; December.
9.50; .March, 9.55. Prime alsike,
Prime tlmothy2.20. -
NEW YORK PRODUCE
N,ew York, Nov. C.Buttei- Re
ceipts 8,513; fair demaud. Creamery
extra, 21 1-2; state dairy tubs, finest
i 21 1-2,
Eggs Receipts 8.950; fuir demand.
Nearby white- faney 40 45; do
mixed fancy) $i 38.
1 An Attractive Model,
An unusually attractive spit' Is'
brown taffota princess; smmll 'plaits
are laid over tho hips, but a wldb box
plait bordeied with pale bluo and
brown check silk runs fiom the square
yoke to the hem of the suit. Thtee
Iaigo bluo buttons on either side of
the plait ornament tho waist; short
puff sleeves avo gathered Into a band
of blue apd brown plaid ,Aiy fitted
cois'ijt coyer gives th necessary ju'ip'
port to the knlekoibockoi'a which aie
shaped with ilarts ou thoXhlpo. 'and
drawn In at tho knee with nn elastic
The amount of Koney yot ;
have lost by keeping your I
I spare roems vacant to long, !
A large turn is It net? Mike
up your mind tkat yon will
! lose money no longer In tkis :
l way. Have your a4 inserted
whick will cost yo 60 cents. :
in The Mirror for a wesk, S
Teur room will tkea be
: rented. Cheap commiuies to j
pay, is It not? ;
; Phone 'Mi to Ke. Q etiktr
WANTED-Dlshwnshcr at Colonial
Jlf?stMiirnnt. P.-iaf Pontor 5t M
ylANTED Two gentleman boarders.
Apply at 209 Gurley avenue.
WuVNTED First class lady clerk.
Good wages to rjght person. Call at
Robert Storaci's, Center street
WANTED Chocolate dipper for $S.0fi
per week. Call at Robert Storaci's
East Center street store.
HELP WANTED-Englneers, .Mechan
ics and electricians can quallfy for
advancement In position and In-,
creased salaries through a practical '
system or home study. For full
Information, call or write J. C. S.,
Room 10, Huber Bldg., Marlon. 1
ANTED Family, Darner, or hotel
washing. GI3 Farming St.
FOR RENTPleasantly located fur
nished front room. Apply at 259
South High street, l-l-4t
FOR It 15NT House 7 rooms on
Diy Avenue. Oas drilled well mid
cistern. Phong 12S7.
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FOR SALE 10 room houso at junc
tion South Main und Walnut street.
City water, gns and sanitary sewer.
Lot (16x160 feet. Address Mrs. B.
J. Camp, It. F. D., No. 1, Dela
ware, Ohio. 10-221mopd
FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm
of 18G 3-1 acres ot land located In
Richland township, Marlon county,
Ohio, on tho Richland Plko. Im
provements, largo now house and
up ground cellar, with slato roofs,
two large bams, two granaries,
and other necessary buildings. Good
land, well tiled, well watered by
G wells and tho Whetstone river.
Price $73.00 per acre terms rea
sonable Call on or address,-Wilson,
I mbody, 600 E. Church St.,
Marlon, Ohio. g
FOR SALE 40 acres of tho best laud
In Marlon county, good buildings,
good fences, and well tiled, fccven
and one-half miles west of town.
Inquire Qf Win, H. Klnbler nt
Klnslen & Felty's Harness Shop,
OR ,SALE-A small gas range n
good. cQu'dlUo iu -Call. at. this otflco
or'5CD TI". CIiurchstreet. Tele
phono 1491; j Lulr tf
LOANS See mo for private loans.
J. W. SmlthT'lSo Blaine Aye.
iUCTIONKERINO-. W. Clars
SrHl cry sales ot every description
t 'reasonable rates. Satisfaction
Kuaiaoleed.' Your Interest U iy
Interest. Office rooms, Court street,
Both phonM. Marlon. Ohio.
IMMENSE SALES OF TEXAS PAN
HANDLE LANDS BEING MADE
' ONE EXCURSION in October over
30,000 ACHES sold to Individual
buyers. Will confirm theso state
ents. THIS REGIONI developing
Jn every respect, Railroads, grow
ing cities and villages', cultivation
and Improvement of thousands of
acres. 5SOME FARMERS raised on
ICrt aVroa SOD OU0l onoiieh to pay
for FARM in TWO YEARS. Ex-
TENSIVE body ot 80 per cent
& Storage Co.
TILLABLIJ land with Shallow
WATER, I00 cieeks and springs;
heavy dark loam, clay subsoil, un
surpassed Bottom Lands capable of
raising Alfalfa, Wheat, Corn,
i.Malze, all Fruits and Vegetables
for sale at $S to $13 per acre, 1-2
or 1-3 cash balance on splendid
terms. EXCL'RSION NOV. 19 and
later from Chicago. $2." nnd re
turn. Repay fare to purchasers.
Board, lodging and conveyance
FREE while INVESTIGATING.
WRITE ME. go bo prepared to
close bargain for 1G0 or more. FULL
INFORMATION. F W. LEWIS.
Ohio and Mich. Representative, t
incltson, Mich. lO-G-w&stM
MOVING AND TRANSPE1.
THE PADDOCK TRANSFER STOR-1
AGE CO. ,
'Transfor Storage and Crating.
Don't mukc the mis
take of building a home
without proper plans to
make it a convenient
home. A few dollars
spent for plans is worth
hundreds of dollars after
it is finished. We only
charge a small fee.
South Side Build
C0UN1Y PHONE 1521
BE ON TIME
Its just as easy to be on
time as to be late if you
have a time piece that
"tells the time."
See our brand new stock
of time pieces, note the
low prices, and remember,
we guarantee them to
"tell the correct time." -
J. B. Ovens
531 W. Center St.
At very low prices. Secaro
, yourself against loss or
1 accident dr sickness. KJY
MILLS & BROWN
I. O. O. V. BLOCK
Why He Was Released.
in a lcport the superintendent of tuty
Jubbulpnrn jail mentions tho'caao 0"t
a cool; named Lan.irns who'wus son-l
t euced to two dnjs' InipriBbrfmt'iit' lil
default of a ilno of twd rupees. Hc
Yiiis rolt'ureil on tho dtiy of his adniW
lon, the reason being that "thv
uniouht nf trouble to which t'o Jail1
staff was put In dealing with him
was out ot all proportion to the prob
aoie effect 01 tiie punishment ou him
,,Slrnlglr.-Hno Cliurley" In tho prpsi.
deptlal campalsii ulckh!rnio thoy are!
I'nfUonliiT unrn do. Ilueios In Nov
Yorlv, U oaiLt to be & Mcolug w
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