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r l Specialties are introduced
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HiCE5u2 5c, 35d,'50c, 75c
THURSDAY. Nov. 14th.
A liiptrb sensational scientific surprise
A vjvid portrayal of the tar West
Lincoln J. Carter's special prodiKtien
The Planing Arrow
Ititrodddn the World's Greatest
vV Genuine Indiarf' Br'ass Band
Extreme Limit of Melodramatic
The the counoil fire and ghost dnnco
The attack on old Fort Reno
The wonderful 'horses, Arrow nnd
The Genulno Indian Hrnss Hand ,
40 Big Special Cast ot
FRiCES25c35c56o and 75c
WEK OF NOVEMBER 11TH.
W il'f "W
,Whal ia it-man or machlnel
ALLEN fr KENNS-
German comedy cartoonist
E. P. ROWE, Illustrated songj!
''Love me and the worla Is mine
i i ii '
Powers Camergraph "Pillage by
pillers box ii.
Pictures the some, the
hours for the shows the
same, the place the same
But the' SHOWS are
different. Everything is
different on Monday and
and we will always be
here to receive you!
It Is the nlm of tho publishers or
the Burr Mcintosh Monthly "tho most
beautiful magazine In the .world" to
mfikq each Issue 'more beautiful and
attractive thmv Its predecessor and
they have certainly accomplished
their, object In th6 Novehiber num
ber. The cover printed in oxqulslte.
' 1 Ul
I v KJ ' H.'
' ' co)6rs is n reproduction ot a Tamous
' painting and canuot fall to please
lovers or tho beautiful. The Issue
. contains two very attractive Inserts
,v printed in red entitled "Halloween"
fvt,, and "On Duty" beside a number of
&i JaWilor panels.
1 PTho portrait fonn contains such
f V people as Blancho Bates, Mary Man
. iiArlriL' filnra Bloodcood. Mrs. Rus-
, ..v....n, .- -, ---
('' ' aill' Sage, and fcvernl actresses fa-(
mous on mo rrcnua hiiiku. AipuiiK
f the' Peoplo of Not6 Is n very lino
tiholograph of tho Into Richard
QSIieiU UHU 11119 iBauti uibu cuiiiiiiiib
verv' Interesting and instructive'
iWlcIe oir China. Two pages are'
ren'swntest, i -
- fTHANKSGiyiNn- "quo."
TJio TJianKeslviUK number of, Tho
Ohlq Magazine has appeared and
oampares mora than favorably with
tHo Xie,no't holiday publication of
" the year. TJio cover design "shows
aminiher of cheering Thauksglvlng
t,udt l(i, colors nud Is beautifully
eaeeut.ei, 'The frbutlsplcco Is a full
hi i.vV nasi
je portrait or ur. James uau Nny
1 Vi .W .L- !.. .. . . .
: swjrzr rrovo' isr
iHi':. "v1"1 'J'" Dli iunnf
HIBiiftr- Mil i
f ki. JHBHHsHIfOTf' ' II
Jt was In 1001 that William Maiconl llrsl Hiiccecded In InufjInltllnK wlrc
lesfl Hli;iinlK across tho Atlantic from l'oldlm, Corinvall, to St John's, N. F.,
a distance of U.KM) miles, anil In tho h)- j'oiiih .slni'o that time the Inventor
has been busy In JinprnvliiK bis xyHjjriu, so as to niaUo It of tho utmost prac
tical value. The -tiejjlnnlnn ot commercial wireless service across the Atlantic
on Oct. 17 mhrked nil epoch In tliQlilstory of telesralby. On that (Into tho
tlrst regular commercial uIoshiiko mum sent across the ocean by Piemler I.nu-rli'i-
of Cnnndr., coiiKratulatliiK the BrltNh people on (he achievements of
Marconi. The liiM-utor was born In BoIokuh. Italy, In 1S7.".
ment o'f his now story, "A Counter
feit Coin,.' appears In this magazine.
The scenes of tho story aro laid al
most whoIiyMn Ohio, and hnvo a col
oring local to the Muskingum valloy.
Tho second nrtlclo of tho series on
the Men's Clubs of Ohio Is devoted
to "Tho Clubs oj Toledo." by Luc;i3
.1. Bccoker. The article Is beautiful
ly Illustrated and sots forth the his
tory and usefulness of thdJ numerous
city, country and yachting club ot
Toledo In a mOst attractive and' read
able manner. "
An exceedingly valuable" historical
contribution Is by 3. itoward Galb
ralth, dealing with "Tho Koscltisco
Lands," "which aro IdcnMfled'-ns lying
near the yIHobc of ..Dublin, Ohio. A
hundred years ago the government
voted them to Kosciusko, the great
Polish-American patriot, In recogni
tion of his services In the Roolu-
tlon, Mr. Gnlbrnlth identifies the
lands by the aid of official maps,
reproduced In his article for tho ma;
Dr. Isaac .Toslin Cox writes a
timely forecast of tho approaching
Ohio Valley Historical Conference at
Cincinnati; Howard Louis Coiiard
contributes nn Illustrated article en
titled "Tucson the Ago Claimant." In
which he disputes recent allegations
mnde In favor of a- prior civilization
In Arizona ,and other special writers
offer equally valuable material for
literary digestion. Thoro are" somo
exceptionally readable poems (ln this
number by Webster P. Huntington,
Willllam L( Bloomer nnd others.
Tho Thanksgiving number of Tho
Ohio Magazine hi also a special
J.U" i ' i p fi x
LbbbbbbbbbbI'4& dEm&'m S & "fm
MRS. WILLIAM. MARCONI. , .
Tho wlfo of William 'Marconi, wUo'A-qcontlyet'btubllshed eomtnerclal Wire.
,less Ielegruph servlcd iicfoi.3 tho AUnntle, wa tho Hon. Bentrlco O'Bflou,
daughter or tno (oiirtecuii) iiaron iiiuiiiquiu. duw ia u utnuiy oi iuuirmu ijy.
js'wMn moot m bu -
Springfield number, devoting five
yiothblo vOluntrntcd articles by as
ninny different writers to Springfield
nnd Clnrk Cg. Tho authors nro Hon.
.1. Warron Kelfer, Hon. W. S.
Thomas, Charles S. Kay, Georgo K.
Shnrpo and R, L. Holman. Theso
wrlteis survey tho wholo field dt his
torical and current Interests present
ed by Clark' county and the Home
City. Tho Illustrations nro very cop
ious, and thfs-secflon of tho maga
zine ns a wholo Is a most worthy
contribution to tho current series
on the leading cities of Ohio and
their surrounding territory.
. A Little
IniIon Story, Julian
Story's brother, was u gieat sports
man," shld a Now York broker. "He
Is a splendid anglor. I used trt like
to hoar him tell fish stoiles, for' In
his case these stories wero nlwajs
no less mousing than -true.
"Mr. Story was onco fishing for tar
pon In Florida, Ho fished In n motor
boat, and hfs companion ,wns a
cracker a Florida cracker.
"Suddenly tho cracker got a blto.
gae a. great Jerk backward, and therT"
piesto.. he was splashing jnd Bonn
deling In tlip, water. Tho huge fish
had pulled him overboard.
'"Drop our rod!' shouted Mr. Story,
"and ho Started tho motor, and in a
few minutes ) cached the cracker nnd
liuOled him back on board.
"Tho ninu said, lis ho begnn to
wring out his clothes:
" 'What I wunt to kiiow Is Is, this
cracker n-flshln' or wJih that fish a
crackeiln'?'" San Antonio Express,
u l o I
Sonlcd I)I(1h lll bo rerelvcd by tho
Board or Public Service of tliu City
of Marion, State of Ohio, ;it tho of
fice of bald Board until twelve o'clock
(noon) Tuesday. Nov. 19. 1907. for
furnishing tjie, -necessary Inbor and
hfhlntlnl fd"r Silillnry Sower nnd Cel
lar drain oh Chase arid iMenluiiit
litredtfl, storm water drain 6n Aloutid
stvpet from Buckeye to Wood slrcetri,
accordliiKto nlalis and sneclflcntlons
on fllo in said office. "
lilds fdr laj)or,and materials niUB
bo separate .
Each bid must ' contain tho full
name of every licrson or company (In
terested In tho. same, and be iiccom-
pnAuicd by a bond In the sum of
$100.00, to the satisfaction of the
Hoard, or u certllled rlicrk on Borne
solvent bank, fts'n guarantee that If
tho hid Is accepted a contract will
be entered Into rtnd Its performance
Should any bd be rejected, such
check will bo forthwith returned to
the bidder, nlidshOuld any bid bo nc
coptcd stich clmclc will be returned
upon tho pvopor execution and Hecur-
lip of tho contract. Bidders are r6
iulrcd td U80 tho printed forms
which will be furnished on applica
tion. ThorrlRht Is reserved to reject
any and all bids, f
By Order of-tho Board of public
WIIXIAM FIRS, Clerk.
Star nnd Clllrror 11-17-11-07.
riESOLUTION NO. C7. Bo it re-,
solved by tho ('otfncll ot the City ot
Mnrion. Stntn of 'Ohio, that tho Mtiv-
Jor ho and Is hereby tcqucstod to pe
tition inc Loumyi commissioners oi
Marlon County, Ohio, to construct u
tile drain fiom ,N. Y. P. & O, Ity.,
west to Bock Swall.
Passed November, 11, 1907.
S. n.l RAUHA1ISI3R,
President of the City Council.
Approved by,, tho Mayor,
Scherft. , - -Attest!
William-Fles. City Clerk.
Star 11-13-20-07. Mirror 11-11-21-07
ABSOLUTION NO. 05. Directing
the City Clerk -to'advertlso varnddn
of said alley, j j
Bo It resolved by tho Council of
the City of Marion, and State of Ohio.
Section 1. Thatttho City Clerk bo
anil ho Is hereby directed to advertise
for six weeks beginning November 13,
1907, the vncatlotTJpf nlloy running
from Stnte streetleast to the first
an dsouth alley between lots
No. C89 and 69uVi
Section 2. ThatUhls resolution
shall ho In force from and after its
passage and legaPpUbllcatlon.
iPassed November 11. 1907.
S. R.' RAUHAUSER,
Presldont City Council.
Approved by Hie Mnyor, Ixitils
Attest: William Fo.s. City Clerk.
Star, Nov. 13-20-27 Dec.' 4-11-1S-07.
iMlrror, Nov, 14-21-28. Dec. 5-12-19-07
KEPT HIS C.OAOEMENT.
Was Ready to Make Qcod on the Hot
"I'm not much of a Jin'nd at eaves
dropping," wild a thnuglitful looking
mhn tho other dnf, "but 1 c'ouldn't help
listening to thp lino Of hot' lilr, foui
fltislf folk Hint a follow' Behind me oh
tho Euclid bench cur a few nights
ago was handing to a glul. Uo kept l(
up all the way from I-inyt ?lnth
street clear oiit to tho" bcoijh.
"Mostvof the tell: )iol was gottliu
off was about tho prlucejyalary1 his
firm bad to. put up to .keep1 him and
about hovy. Smooth he xYat '
"I United uloifnd and lno.ltoil nt tli(
two of, thorn out oi tho tali of my eye,
and then I knew how he managed to
got away with It, for the glTl was one
or thoso willed looklm; n (fairs that
would bcllevo you If joti told her jou
weio (he man that built Nlagnin falls.
I also turned my lamps oil hlnj and
ho looked to mo llko a ' man
whom you 'could rob or nn entlro, two
weeks' salary nnd jet commit only
"But I cbuldn't help ilstonlng to his
talk. After n,whlIo 1 heard him glvo
tho girl his telephone number. 'Coll
mo up somo afternoon (yhcn you'ie
down town,' ho said, 'and wo'll hnvo
"I Jolted down his phono number
and wnltod to get somo clow to his
name. By and by I heard her call
hliu Frank, and 1 thought that would
' 'Two days aftor that about .noon I
had my stenographer call up his num
ber and ask for Frank. Then Mind her
tell him that she wantod that lunch ho
promised "her on tho Kuclld bench car.
Frank was light In for U, and said
that ho v'o,uld go over nnd order a
lunch ut a hotel that ho mentioned.
Tho glil piomlsed to meet him In hnlf
nn hour, ir ho, would go ahead and
"In about 20 minutes I' went over
to watch developments...4 There, sat
my hot-air neighbor or tho. bench' car
at n llttld iablo bet for two, waiting
patiently waiting. I went away
and camo back for another look nn
hour later, nnd ho was still waiting."
Cleveland Plain Doiilqr,
Lost In the Telephone.
Henry Abraham has calculated the
maximum'' cffectiveueint of tho tele
pono for a sound of Klveu tylch aud a
current of measured Intensity, (The
result shows that there Is great room
for Improvement fli thlHespeov Not
withstanding the appararftcxtieme
sensltjvenpss of tho best .telephones',
they aro, after nlj, surprisingly Inef
fective, slno they transmit to 't lie ear
ln,tlje'orw of sound-waves lei? than
a thousarldtht pa of the .energy re.'
cslyed from the lino, i
Daily Market Report
Bast Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 14, -Cat-
tie Receipts 50, market quiet and
iVenls iRecelpts 200; nctivo ami
Ann. Top veals, 9 s.Zoi cun 10
fair, 4 (,? 8.75.
Sheep and lambs Receipts 7,000;
InmbB slow, 20c lower. Sheep active
and steady. Lambs, S (R 7.10; year
llnsrs, R.40 ?j CTB; sheep, 275 (J?
Hogs Receipts 4,250; tnaket slow,
5 Ci 10c lower: yorkers, 5. CO 5.70;
pigs, 5.25 fp 5.35; mixed and heavies
fi.70 S 5.75; loughs, 1.75 (f( 5.10;
stags, 4 (ft 1.0.
UNION STOCK YARDS
Union Stock Yards, 111., Nov. 14.
Cattle Receipts 7,r0(); estimated
for tomorrow 2.0Q0; market if)
one higher; prlmo b"eves 4.f)5 P
fl.r0; poor to " medium ;).,10 &
4-Sfi: stockors and feeders 2-20
4.:i"; cows and bolfera L.;)0
..fiO; cannors i.'JO and 2.10; Texans
;i.H0 4.2.) ; westerns ;i.0 !."
Hogsnecelpts LT,000; estimated
for tomorrow 11,000: mnrkot 0 ?"
20c higher; light ..f)0 0-15;
rough 4.85 5.05: mixed 4.00
5.50; heavy 5.15 5-45; I'lgs 4
Sheop Receipts 11,000; estlinnt
od for tomorrow 0,000; market
strong, 10c higher ; natlvo sheep 2
5.25: western sheop 2 ? 5-10;
nntlvo lambs .'1.75 nnd 0.05; west.
ern lambs n.75 and 050.
Cloveland, Nov. 14 .Hogs Re
ceipts 35 cars; shipments 180(1; strong
yorkers, 5.45; mixed, 5.15; heavies,
i K TA linn! ntira K 1Ri elnna nltrl
'"." ". .?&
IUUKI1H, 1 U(' 4.UU.
Calves Receipts 200 head; strong.
Sheep and lamly Receipts 7 cars,
Cattle Receipts 10 cars, quiet.
Pittsburg, l'a Nov. M. Cattlo
Supply light and raarket steady
choice ij and O.'-Vi; prime 5.U0 nnd
5.00; sood 5.15 ntul 5.50; tidy
4. GO d! .V, fair ,'L75 4.50;
common :( 11.50: Rood to choice
heifers 4,50 5; common to fair
heifers ;i . 4.25; common to good
fnt cows 2 & 4; common to good
fat bulls 2.50 and 4.25; sood
fresh cows nnd springers 5 and
.55; common to fair $20 aitd ;f.10.
Sheop and lambsSupply light
and market strong. Prime wethers
5.40 and 5.00; Kood mixed 5.10
r..T; fair mixed 4.50 f;
culls 1.50 2.50 s. lambs 5 and 7;
veal calves so;,, heavy and
thin 4.50 nnd 5.50.
HogsRecolpts 25 douuieJecks;
mnrkot nctlve. Prltrto heavy 5. 70
5.75; mediums nnd honvy
yorkers 5.70 ; light yorkers 5.40
5.50: P'R8 .")-15 and 5.25; roughs
i-25; stags 3.75 and
Cblcngo, Nov. l4.-Whont-.l-lc
up td 1-4 nnd i-8o off; Decombor
sold between fl4 1-3 and no 1-S;
opening at 05 W; closing nt 95
,1-4 May botween 1.03 nnd 1.04
1-2: oponlng nt l.o t ; closing at
1-03 7-8; No. 2 red winter 05 5-S
wTillo wheat was nervous tho
prim changes wero not largo, yet
they wero frequent and mainly
downward during tho morning.
Tho support was less enthusiastic
Corn 1-4 and u-flc lower. Do
comber sold botween 5 7-S nnd
50 1-4; opening nt 55 1-2. closing
55 1-2: May between 55 7-S nnd
,50 7-S; oponlng 50 (7-S: closing
5(i 1-4; Xo- .'1 yellow 50 nnd 50
Oats 1-4 (rt 5-sc. lower; Docom
ber sold bctwoon 40 1-2 and 47 -1;
oponlng 40 7-S. nosing 40 7.S;
May botwetm 40 1-2 and 50 1-t;
bpenlng at 50, closing nt 40 7-S;
No. n whlto 45 nnd 47.
miliary pork 1.1.00; Inrd S.02 1-2
and S.15; ribs fi-02 1-2 and (i.07
Toledo, Nov. 14. Wheat
OS 1-2; December 99.
Corn Cnsh fil; December 57
Oats Cash CO: December 49.
Ryo No. 1, 80; No, 2, 79. '
Clovcrseed-Cash 9.50; December
9.57 1-2; March, 9.72 1-2.
Prlmo alslke 9,30.
Prlmo ) timothy 2.20.
NBW YORK PRODUOF'
Now York, Nov. 34, Buttor
Rocolpts ,1,0SS; modornto demand;
croumory extra 2S; firsts 27; stato
dairy Jubs, flnost27-
Eggs Receipts o,145; pnqkngos,
urm. .cnruy whlto fancy 45
50; western firsts 20, HO;
Soconds 2(1 and 28-
United in Marriage by Rev. George
. iMiss Ida WattorS aiid Mr. Walter
Anspach, both ot Waldo, wero qulotly
nlarrled at tho Freo Baptist church
parsonage Thursday afternoon at 2:30
SMMM. Vy , '11 1 1 JSJSJi
The arnonat of ronay yoi
kave lost by ktopiiif your
spare roams vacant so long.
A large sum ii it set? Make
up your mind tkat yon will
! lose monoy no longer In tk'la
i ..way. Havs your ad iniertei
5 which will coit yon SO cents.
! In The Mirror for a weak,
Yeur room will tkei be
I rented. Cheap eommiMlsl
; pay, is it not?
: Phone hit to Ke Q allktT J
f phone. :
WANTED For the 17. S. Marino
Corps: men between the ages of
lffNind 35. An opportunity to see
the world. For full Information
aply In person or by letter to re
cruiting office, 107 E. Center street,
Mnrion, Ohio. 11-7-lm
WANTFD A middle aged woman to
help In kitchen. Apply at Colonial
Fating House. 12-1 l-3t
WANTFD Boy about 15 years old or
over, rail at Tscnanen Bios.
WR WANT nOOKKBBI'KKS.
for cood po.ltioin lllii(:li crailc llrnn. More
oppormnlilct (or competent mm In 1I1U line than
ie can till. Write u today tidtlnio our erxriciice
nnd wc will tend copy of (1A"'"'"''V'ciiitiiliilnir
ll-tol open position-.. Cwi.l nprnlnet now a .ill
nble for capable Salcmrn, lCxcctitlt'. Cletltal nml
Technical mm In all mir ti ofliccs at $iiu-$'nrM.
tirrii-e Mrlctlv ronlidcntl.il.
IIAPllOObS (Inc.i. Brain . Drokers.
1123 Park Building, Pittsburg.
ANTED Family, barrier, or hotel
washing. C43 rnrmlng St. -
FOR RENT Two rooms for light
housekeeping. Gnss for cooking. 212
Blnln Avo. Phono 17553. 11-S-tf
FOR RENT CHEAP 7 room houses
on South Pearl and York street.
Good nelghlmrhoods. Gas, cistern,
well, cellar. Call phone 123 or
1191 evenings. 12-ll-3lpd
FOR RENT Two 100ms for light
housekeeping. Gas for cooking.
212 Blaln Ave. Phono 1753.
FOIl It nxT House 7 looms on
Uiy Avenue. Gns drilled well and
cistern. Phono 12S7.
FOR SALE-A driving horso, 5 yeais
old. Call Cass Anenow, No. 2.
FORySALE 10 100m boiiBO nt Junc
tion South Main and Walnut street.
City water, gas and sanitary sewer.
Lot 60x100 feet. Address .Mrs. B.
.1. Camp, R. F. D., No. 1, Dela
wnr,e, Ohio. 10-221mopd
FOR SALE I debiro to sell my farm
of 180 3-1 acres of land located Jn
Richland townbhlp, Mnrion county,
Ohio, on tho Richland Pllto. Im
provements, largo new houso and
up ground cellar, with slato roots,
two large barns, two granaries,
and other necessary buildings. Good
land, well tiled, well watered by
C wells and tho Whetstono river.
Price $75.00 per acre towns rea
sonable. Call on or address, Wil
son Imbody, CG0 E.N Church St.,
FOR SALE 10 acres of tho best land
In Marlon county, good buildings,
good fences, and well tiled, sevon
and one-half miles west 'of town,
lnqulro or Wm.r II. Klns'lor nt
Klnsler & Felty's Harness Shop.
OR SALE A small gas range In
good condition. Call at this offtco
or 609 E. Church street. Tele
phone 1494. tf
1UCTIONEERINQ-J. W. Clari
will cry sales of every description
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
cuarnteed. Your Interest la au
I' , Interest. Office rooms, Court street.
com pnones, Marion, unio.
o'clock. The ceremony was spoken
by Rev. George E. Barnard In tho
prebonco of a few witnessing friends.
Tho brldo is tho daughter of John
Wdttors, a prominent farmer resid
ing near Waldo. Tho young peoplo
will reside on 11 fanii south of Waldo,
iHear Dlxlo Jublloos tonight at Ep
worth church, 50o, t
& Storage Co.
LOST A combination Kilight Temp-
i.ir mm ncuiiisu nue cnarm Willi
namo Wm Bland, No. r.C, Marlon,
Ohio, engraved on It. Finder kind
ly return to Loftier & Bland's of
fice and receive reward.
MOVING AND TRANSFIB.
THE PADDOCK TRANSFER STOR
Transfer Storage and Crating.
Butter in Bogs.
From time to time lumps of butter
nro dag out of the Iilah bogs, and
specimens of It niuy be seen In various
museums. A chemical examination
lui'v lccontly been made of n sumplu
of Mich butter, which was found four
feet below the suifnco of a bog ut
Maghoij, County Tyrone. The orlginnl
lump, which uclRlioiLahout 20 pounds,
is biobably homo centimes old, and It
Is biiggoslcd that It had been put Into
pent water to piesem' It or to alve
It 11 flavor and had been fuigotton. Yet
eo offcctuall bad the fat been pr
pprvcil by tho peat water that It still
retained nianj of the chemical char
uctcrlsltcs of butter fat, thounh Its
appearance had greatly changed. Tho
exterior fas white and granular, nnd
tho whole mass had been converted
dining tho passage of jears Into a
Rcwaro -f fixtrsvapanee.
"It's queer," iP'iinrked nn ordinarily
lintd-hended mnii, "'U?l ilttlo things
Hill tickle our vanity. 1 bought n pair
nf low shoes not long ago, for which
J paid seven dollars, an expondlturo hi
tho way or footwear thftt was unlqito
lor me. The shoes wero comfoitabln
nud had tho air of icpiosenllng what
thoy cost; but no One paid any atten
tion to them until 1 stepped up on a
bootblack's stand II o other day to
l:ave thorn polished. Tho Italian who
Was (lie chief engineer of tho woiks
looked ot my shoes, lelt of the cnUVi
skip lovingly, nud then, with a gicaut
of admiration In his ees, nsked mr:
'How much did you pay tor them?'
My extvAvaganco was rewaided."
CARPENTER & COMPANY, '
Mound Street 6 rooms, closets,
porches, gas, well, cistern new,
Mound Street 5 rooms, porches
well, cistern, gas, new, $1,350. v
Henry Street 6 rooms, closets,
porches, well, cistern, new $1,450
Henry Street -6 rooms, closets,
porches, well, cistern, new, $1,250
ITavids Street G rooms, clpscts,
porches, well, cistern, gas, $1,550
arge lot, $1,350.
Ilerr Street 6 rooms, closets'
well, cistern, new, $1,450.
Boulevard Avenue 7 rooms)
closets, well, city water, cllar, pa
Indiana Avenue 6 rooms, cel
r, gas, well, cistern, new, $1,800
Office 110 South Maia St,
Drop us a card tor list of Farm'
that we havo' for sale.
Houso & rooms, largo lot $1000;
House G rooms, $1300; House 5
100ms $13501 Houso G rooms $1400;
House, barn, 3 lots, $1000; House 5
roonn, barn, central, $1700; House
4 rooms, $800; House 6 rooms, $1000
Houso 0 rooms $1400; House 7
rooms, cellar 06 loot lot, $2100 r
Houso central 8 room's, barn 66 feet
by 1GG feet, $3000; Houso 0 rooms,'
barn, nice largo lot $3000; Modern'
Houso 8 rooms, $3500; Lot $1000;'!
House 8 rooms, ham, central, $2500;
lots $250 and $150 and up. J
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