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ATtjmMY KOV. 16th.
;The Sensational Drama
S "BROKEN HEARTS"
rs pJJ na reaches the hearts
- i of all '
" 4 Ith a story true'to life
Specialties arc introduced in.
PWC2Si35c SOc and 75c
i Marion them
i WEEK OF NOVEMBER llTr.
What is it wan or machinel
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ALLEN Sf KENNS
German comedy cartconist
E. P. ROWE, Illustrated song
"Love me and the world is mine"
Powers Canlergraph "Pillage by
pillers box 11.
Pictures the some, the
D hours for the shows the
same, the place the same.
IBut the -SHOWS arc
different. Everything is
'different on Monday and
Wrid'we w,ill always be
Here to receive you I
"tyaVMEN AINT CHURCH FENCE.
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(Energetic Members of the Congreaa.
tion snamo men oy ineir inouri
When tho mem-
fcers Of tho First Baptist church at
:VWofa rftfen'dcd' services recently
liidre was a Bnrprlso in store for many
of thorn. Instead of tho fenco with tho
paint worn off, that they had expected
to see bh usual, they saw ono that had
ilust been painted and that looked
ulto aXsOd a8 now'
'the 'fence hnefneeded painting for a
'long tlmo, but many of tho members
MK'tlMt tho church funds. wro not in
Mich condition that tho outlay could
.bo mado for tho jiurnobe. Tho spllt
'was willing, but the supply of coin
was rathor low,'
"" Tho women decided to take tho
sltatlotT into their own hands, nnd,
'Vrttfcbiit talking about what they, ox
.liectctl'to do, they wont' quietly to
work. A committee obtained some
donations of paint nnl brushes, while
others secured the necessary niouoy
to mdku sonio slight repairs.
' The' women then went to work one
Naming and tolled hard all day.
hen the 'whistle blow at quitting
llrae In the evening tho fence, hail
been" painted, and the women went
home very tired but happy.
hOMAN HAS HORN ON HEAD.
1ecwlr Appendage, Measuring flva
finches Long, Removed by Physician.
'Jllanjllton, O. An ox'trnoidlnary
aid fully authenticated medical case
flfa developed nt Oiatls, a village In
, fVeble county, ten mllca from Hamil
'tpfi."' -It is repprled, by Dr. II. C. Law-
.iwiA ami uiilpnntlnfnr! hi- cnvni-nl
Hamilton 'doctbi a.
-.fAS'oman 55, years old "in rJie, vl
tle developed a norn oh her fore
htd: It grew to tho length of two
!heWlUVwits nttachefd to tho iik-ltl.
irto'jwo ears auc sne struck a ioor
"wJW-' broke," piio Inch from tho, Jiony
owtk.,It ngan developed nioio ray
iMfythart' beroro and attained a length
-Idlamefer at tho base amf-tapcred
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" 'Dr. Lawrence ireco,ntly nwoi) off
llte entlro horn, Which In every way
j'feenf u iniu u nut ii. iu cuiuii.inH
'.tvfc statement in all details, and hk
)r'ihbled tho growth to many Haral.
" Hda -ihyl claus. Avho pronounce It a
fgeuuliie hoin, The woniu'i's geneutl
kaalth In nut attested.
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, DkMlution Notice.
Ifh ptneral heretofora exist-
talr'as Walker nnd Anderson, general
')iokWiHh.H, neVli Camp, ! dlft-
imw4 by 'nmtna! -consent. Alt httt
ataaWmt aecouitta.ure due
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PRESIDENT rtOOSEVELT IN
The prcsldcnt'ri trip through thu Mississippi alley wan ono of tho most
notable ever undertaken by n chief magistrate. Ho was caught by a snapshot
as he ".wis HftlPK hli hat to say good by to his friends on hi- depnitmn Into the
Louisiana ennebrakes nftcr bcais. Above this picture is one showing a group
of tho western governors who weio with him during the Mississippi tour. In
cluded in It nio Goveinois Hoch of Kansas and Davidson of Wisconsin.
SWAMP LANDS ARC VALUADLC.
If Reclaimed by Country, Would Pj
Natloiral Ecbt Twlcs Ocr.
WnsliIuBtou.-It Is octimatcd tha'
thcro'nre 77,000,000 acres' of swanii
Innda in tho enstorn lortion of the
United Stntea that can bo7 rcplalmor
nnd made lit for cultivation by tin
building of simple cngfnecilng strap
tui es. Collected in one body thai
would nm'io an cmplro nS largd a
Kngland, hcland, Scotland and Walts
or ns largo us tho Now Kngland state
plus Now York and Ualf of Nov Jo
sey. They would ma!:o a strip of lane'
14J3 miles wldo 1 caching front .Now
Yoik to Chicago. Uvery state In tin
union east of a lfnu drawn tlirmiri
North Dakota qtid Texas has a chari
of this unreclaimed legion. f
Tho present aluo of this uure
claimed swamp land Is reckoned hi
government expcits at eight dollats
an acie, or ?6lfi,000,00t for tho whole
Estimating tho cost of (bnlna'go nt $16
an acre, tho toal cost would bo ?1,
771,000,000. After druinngo Is com
pleted tho govoi anient oxperta figure
tho valuo of tlia-lnml would Jump al
most Immediately to ?G0 an acre,
making tho total value of tho 77,000,
000 acies wlibn lniirovcd ? 1,620,000,
000,'lcnvlng a net incienso In valuo of
If the government should tako those
lands f i oni the persons who own them
at the into of six dollars an acie, im
prove them at a cost of $15 an acie
and sell them again for $60 an aclOrr,, , t, "." ... 7 "
the profit would pay offjtho national
dopt twlco over and leavo enough to
iitu tho government for n year without
the expendltuio of a cent of tho rev
enue now coming Into the ticusur.
This bntnnco would also complete the
Pniulina canal and build' tho Inkes-gult
waterway 'dow iis thu .Mississippi If tho
usual lovenuo wero used to pay tho
flxpon'ses of tho government instead.
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Huioy JonnliiKS,, as the, nppulnr manager of.tho Dotiolt Ameilcans Is
affeetlonittoly tallod, Is ono of jho l-est known figures In tho baseball vyoilrt and
Is espefliiify In the eyo now" thnt lilsiululi haft won thu American league ponuaut
aim, is contesting with the Chicago Cubs
THE MlSSISSIPPf VALLEY.
WANT A ROYAL PALACE?
The Old 0(ne of Richmond, Where
Kings Have Died, Is for Rent. N
London. A tnio opportunity of
leasing an English loyal palace Is now
off ci oil to any ono whoso ambition
tends that way. "The old Palaco" of
Richmond, which has como jnto tho
market, was formorly pnrt of tho roy
al palnco at Sheen, once tho homo of
Anglo-paxon monnrchs, nnd lias a his
tory almost as -Interesting as tho
Tower of London.
Edward III. died there In 1377.
After his death tho palaco waa pil
laged by tho servants. Richard 1I
with Geoffrey Chaucer an Clerk of
Wotks, added greatly to tho building,
and ICdward IV. settled It on Otucen
Elizabeth. -At tho end 'of tho year
1497 It was burned down. It was re
built in 1501, and Henry VII. died
thero in 1509, leaving it is snld, ti cas
ino of tho valuo of $9,000,000 hidden
In aul(s which havo not yet been dis
Tho last royal person to rcsldo in
tho palnco was Queen jChailotte. to
whom a lease was granted In 1817.
Tho palaco faccB Richmond Gicon. It
contains live reception rooms, ten bed
looms and two bath rooms, with
stables and coach houses'.
Nov It Is Telephone Neck.
Dorbj, Conn. Tho women of tho
farming dlstilcts of Connecticut aro
getting the "tolophono. neck." Doctors
a Hint I Ith il,it In ilAfitlnn.l n 1, Ia
IIJI111V.1. UUfUU WIIIU (IS" lUU ICIUIIIIUilU
was Instulled Jn nunily ovoiy farm
house. Slnco then tho women havo
used tho phono by tho hour, standing
In a position which tluows tjolr heads'
to thu loft sldo. Tho muscles of tho
nock do not fully lecovoi and half of
tho women walking tho streets In
cline their heads Hevoroly to the loft,
as though standing at a phono with
tho recolvrr itt'thoh' car: ' I
for tio world's ciiiUnploiiHlilp.
Starvation Sits' '
At Loaded Tables
You CAB; Lead s Dyspeptic to The
Table, lrat Yoh Cansot Make
- Him Eat.
There comes a tlnio in the lives of
great many men and women when
even n sirloin' steak ceases to be po
etry. It becomes a protect. The ap
potlte becomes fitful and fretful.
Nothing on tneb 111 of faro can coax
Tho appotlto la. there and yet It
This makes eating a muro matter
of machinery tho mouth doesn't wat
er. The stomach has been worked
overtime, nml the body and the brain
re paylnp tho penalty.
What If" a Man 'Gains tho Whole
World and Lose Hl-i Appetite!
fTliere' are thousands of people In
every station of-Ilfo who are walking
the earth today ,wlth dyspeptic stom
achs. They, wear a iicjcctcu, lonorn
appearance, their encigy is nt zero,
nothing Interests them, and they in
terept no one, their faces aro shrunk,
their nerves aro wiitcu anu ineir
.Everything, on tho tablo may look
delicious, but nothing will be. tempt
ing. That's one sure sign of dys
pepsia. If ou have ever felt bloated alter
eating and Imagined It was your food
that lllled you; if "you havo felt your
rood Ho "Ilko a' lump of lead" on
your stomach! If you havo had a
bad, sour breath, ,dlfflculty In breath
ing nftcr a. meal, suffering from eruc
tations, burning, wmsatlons, heait
burn, brash, or gas on tho stomnch,
make up you lmlnd you have dys
pepsia. And thojchancos arq you
have had It a, long time.
Your stomach Is overworked, abused
fagged out, The gastric and digestive
Julqfs are weak, thp muscles of tho
stomach are JadedL and tho. whole
business needs new,; life. It needs
something which wllj tako hold of tho
food as It comes in .and -do the di
gesting, and let your -"stomach tako
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do that
very thing. They contain a most
powerful ingredient whlcliOielps the
stomncli In tho process of digestion,
cures dyspepsia, sour stomach. Indi
gestion, heartburn,, eructations, nctd-
Ity or fermentation. They invigor
ate tho stomach, Increase tho flow of
gastrjc Julco-and do two-thirds of
what the stomach would nave to no
without them, That gives tho stom-
aci some lest, and a chnncq to get
You will feel tho rhange first In
our mind nnd lieait and then over
your wholo body. You'll feel rosy
ami sweet. That's tho object. You
enn get theso eftectlo little tablets
nltnost anywhero on earth for 50c a
Send us your namo nnd address
today, nnd wo will at onco send you
by mall' . sample package free. Ad
dress I A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart
llldg., Marshall, Mich.
8NOOZE8 ON PHONE POLE8.
Lineman Twice Takes Naps In Peril.
r ous Places.
Haltlmore, Md. John Loltner, 27
ycaisiold, lineman for tho Chesapeake
and Potomac Tolophono compnny.hns a
mania for falling asleep on tolophono
Twlco within IS hours Loltner has
slumborcd peacefully on tho top" of n
polo, and In both occasions tho polico
havo boon cnllod npoa to tako his sup
posed dead body fiom tho wires.
A fow minutes before 12 o'clock
tho supoilntendcnt of Tlmnnus' Mills
telephoned to tho Northern police stn
tton that an employo of tho dhosa
pcako and Potomac Telophono com-
.pany had been stilckcn by electricity
and that, bis body waa testing on tha
A moment later tho Mouut Vornnn
Mills, thp Tlmnnus Mills and 'other
indiistrlqs In tho neighborhood wero
emptied of their woikme'n going to
dinner; but neaily all "of thorn halt
ed and with pitying glances and lior
loivjtrlekqn facos lovoled tholr eyes
,upon tho? Still flguio on tho top of tho
Thg njai ay poifpctjy still. Ono
Jeg w;as thrown over a cross beam, the
othoj w,is wrapped nbdut a cabloj and
Ilia nrmj wpio oxtcndot, and p'aitly
cfetin n'is d,iot)lhp; head pn tho beam
aupvo him, .lust as tfio ambulance
apinoachod tho pole tho supposed
dea'd man avakoned, but lay down
Tho pollCjmcn iccognlzod lilin as
tho sanm' individual who had fooled
them bejoio and they ordered him
dqwn. Leltnor descended., and w?lren
ho reached tho foot of, the nolo
foot off the polo ho
stuggorca so pcrceptiuiy ana tnikod to
vaguely of tho "wlros being hot" that
.... .... Hit
ho way takou into custody und chart-
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Daily Market Report
- A8T iUITALO
Bast Uufrato, N. X., Nov. lfi.-Cat-
tle Receipts 250; marKet steady,
.Veals Itedclpts 800; actlc, 50c
UlRhcr., Cull -to cliolce, -1.5 (a)
Shoep ana lainus iicceipis io.uuu;
active and easier, qull to choice
lambs, 5.50 7; yearlings, 5.10 0
5.G5; sheep, 2.5b (9 C.75.
Hogs illecelpts 8.500; innruot aci-
lvo, 10 20c hlBber. Yorkers, 5. CO
5.80; pigs, 5. GO 5.70; heavy
grades, C.75 0 5.83; toughs, 5
UNION STOCK YARDS
Union" Stock Yards, Ills., Nov. 15.
Cattle Receipts 2,000f estimated for
tomorrow 300; njarket strong. Prlmo
beoves, 4,90 6.25; poor to medium
330 tfp- 1.83; stockers and feeders
3.25 4.33; cows and heifers, 2.20
Q 4.80; canners, 1.25 (ft 2.40; Tc
ans, 3.30 4.25; westerns, 3.10
Hogs .rtecolpts 13,500; estimated
fo tomorow, '1,000; market opened 10c
lower, rdgalncd. Light, 4.95 5.15;
kough, t.90 5.10; mixed, fi
5.00! neavy, o.io ( o.io; pig.
1 HI' 5.10.
Sheep Receipts 7,000; estimated
for tomorrow, 2,000; market steady
to strong; nntlvo sheep, 2 5.25;
western sheep, 2.25 5? 5.10; native
lambs, 3.7 5 6.03; western lambs
3.75 C? 6.50. N
Clevolnnd, Nov. lo. HogsRe-
colpts 4o cars; shipments l,r00;
higher. Yorkers 5fi0; mixed ,"5.fi0:
heavies .-,.00; best pigs ,-, fi-'i.");
stags nnd rougiis 4 4.53,
CalvesReceipts T("0; steady,
'heep and lambs Receipts fi
cars; lower. Oood to cxtia lambs
0..-,() and .(',-,.
Cattle Receipts 7 ars; steady.
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 15. Cattle
Supply light and market steady.
Choice 0 3 6.23; prime, 5.60
5.90; good, 5.15 5.50; tidy, 1.00
& 5; fair, 3.75 4.50; common,
3 3.50; good to choice heifers, 4.50
ft 5; common to fair hplfcrs, 3
i.Su' common to good rat cows, 'i o
4; common to god fat bulls, 2,50
1.23; good fesh cows and springers,
$35 $55; common to fair, $20
Sheep and lambs Supply fair and
market 'slow. Prime wethers, 3.40
5.00; good mixed, 5.10 5.35; fair
mixed, 1.50 (ft 5; cuIIb, 1.50 2.50;
lambs, 5 7; veal calves, 8 (! 8.23;
heavy and thin, i.CO 5.50.
Hogs Receipts 25 doubledccks;
maiket actlvo and higher. Pi lino
heavy hogs, mediums and heavy
yorkers, 5.80; light yorkeis, 5.60
5.70; pigs, 5.23 3,10; roughs, 5
C.35; stags, I tfT 4.50,
Chicago, Nov. ,-,. Whcati
1 1-'2c lower; December sold be.
tween ().') 3-8 nnd f),-, fj-8. opening
nt n."vl-S and closing nt 04 ;t-S;
May botween l.oi 7-S and l.o.i 7-S,
opening at LOU 1-4 and closing nt
1-02 1-2; No. 2, red winter 00 1-S
anu )7 ,,-S.
Corn 1-2 and 7-sc lower; Do
combor sold botween ,", l-j and
." 1-2. opeiiliig at J,-; and closing
nt ,",4 ,1-1; May between fir, l.j.
o.") l-S; opening nt fio and oloSlng
at ,", :-4; No. ;j jellow 00-
Oats a-s l-2c lower; Decem
ber sold botwjon 4 -i nnd 47 1-8,
opening nt 40 ;t-4 nna closing at
40 .'I-S; Mn' between 40 1-4 and
oO l4; oponlng at 40 1.2 and
clobing nt 40 1-2; No. j white 43
Provisions IMay products rang
ed; Pork 1:1.00 and 13.I10; lard
7-1)2 1-2 and S-02 1-2; ribs 7.03
nnd 7.13. - 1
Toledo, Now 13. Wheat Cash
!)7 Docembor fls.
"Corn Cash Ql; December no ,1-4.
Onts Cash 50 1-2; December 4s
RyoXo. 1, $0,; No. 2. 71).
Cloveisced Cns'h 0-12 1-2; Do.
coiubor 0.3J); Maich .Q.j. , Prlmo
nlslko 0.;io. Prime" tiniothy' 2.20.
Chicago, Nov. J;5, Eggs Extras,
20; (lists, 22; prlmo firsts, 24.
Uutter Extras In crenmoiy, 27;
firsts 24 1-2 26; seconds 22 2.t.
Llo poultry Turkeys, 11; chick
ens, hens, 8 0; chickens, springs,
10; ducks, 11; gceso, por dozen, $0
TfEW YORK' PRODUOB
New York, Nov. 15. Uutter Re
ceipts 4,113 j moderately actUo.
Crcninory; extra, 28; ptate dairy tubs
lEggs Receipts !,G57 packages;
cholco firm. Neaiby whito fancy,
45 50; do mixed fancy, 3,8 (ft 40;
western nrsts, w fcj au
WILL INVESTIGATE DEATH-J
AT ATHEN'S HOSPITAL
Colunibitb, 0., Nov. ir,.Chiirge8
that Mis. Mary Horth of Vinton
county, was scaldort to death at
the Athons hospital, as a rosult of
Lrei-kless treatment, will bo Investi
gated by the Institution'',-! trustoes,
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The amount f Money
have lost by ksepiug
spare rooms vacant so Ion.
A large sum is it net? Make
up your mind that yon will
lose monay no longer In tiia i
way. Hats your a inserted J
which will cost yon 60 cents. ;
in Tho Mirror for a wck, t
Your room will then be :
rented. Cheap egrauiiciit'? to
pay, is it not? ;
Phone wis to Jfrf Q afthcr
WANTED For the U. S. Mnrlno
Corps: men between the ages of
19 nnd 33. An oppoitunlty to t,co
tho world. For full Information
aply In person or by letter to re-
.crultlng office, 107 E. Center street,
Mai ion, Ohio. 11-7-lm
WANTED A middle aged woman to
help In' kitchen. Apply at Colonial
Eating House. 12-1 t-3t
WuVNTED Itoy about 13 yearb old or
over. Call at Tschaneu Bios.
ANTED Family, namer. or hotel
washing. CI3 Farming St.
FOR RENT Two rooms for light
housekeeping. Gass for cooking. 212
Blaln Ave. Phone 17333.
FOR RENT CHEAP 7 room houses
on South Pearl and Yoik street.
Good neighborhoods. Gas, clstcin,
well, cellar. Call phono 123 or
1191 evenings. 12-lt-3tpd
FOR RENT Two rooms for light
housekeeping. Gas for cooking.
212 Blaln Ac. , Phono 1755.
FOR KKNT Hoiiso 7 100ms on
Diy Avenue. Gas drilled well and
cistern, l'liono 12S7.
FOR SALE-u driving hoi so, o ycais
old. Call Cass Ancncw, No. 2.
FOR SALE 10 100m houso at Junc
tion South Main and Walnut Btieet.
City water, cas and sanitary sewer.
Lot 6G1C0 feet. Addiess .jlis. II.
J. Camp, R. F. D., No. 1, Dela
waio, Ohio. 10-221mopd
rOR SALE I uo&iro to sell my farm I
of 186 3-4 acres of land located in l
Richland township, Mai Ion county, '
Ohio, on tho Rlehlnnd Plko. Im
. nrovenients. laigo now hous-o and
up giouud cellar, with Blato roofs,
two laige bains, two granailes,
and other necessary buildings. Good
land, well tiled, well watered by
6 wells and the Whetstone liver.
Prlco $75.00 per acre terms rea
sonable. Call on or address, Wil
son Imbody, 6G0 B. Church St.,
FOR SALE 10 acres of tho best land
In Marlon county, good buildings,
good fences, and well tiled, seven
nnd one-half miles west of town.
Inqulio of Wm. II. Klnsler at
KInslor & Felty's Harness Shop.
OR SALE A small gas rango In
good condition. Call at this office
or 569 E. Church street. Tele
phono 1491. tf
UUGTION SALE Of household
goods, consibtlng of ono piano, ono
good bediooni set, In fuct oveiy
thing used in housekeeping. Also
soii)e nice pictures. Ladles and gen
tlemon invited. Salo at 2 o'clock
p. hi., Satuidny, 10th. N. K.
Coiner of court houso. J. W.
Clark, auctioneer. 11-15-ltpd
irOTlONEERINGJ. W. Olarl
tlH C17 sales of avsry descrlptioi
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
Vuaranteod. Your interest h a
interest. Office rooms, Court strest
5 Both pbonas. Marlon. Ohio.
MINISTER ELOPES WITH
OIJE OF HIS PARITIONERi,
Hamilton, Nov. 13. Tho Rov. J.
lluttlngton, formerly pastor of
tho United Jlrothron cnuich of
Alborton, was arrested In Mlddlo
to,vn yesterday, in company with
Mrs. Mary Jlonglaml, who li said
, ,to liuvo buuu u uiuuiboi p -hla
Peoples' Transfer '
1 Storage Co. ')
LOST A comblurttlon Knight Temp-5
mr ami Scottish into ciiaim wlthl
namo Win, Wand, N'o. 30, Marlon,!
Ohio, engraved on it. Kinder klnd-I
ly leturn to Lcffler & Dland's of-
ilee and receive reward. I
MOVTNO AND TEANSFE1.
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THE PADDOCK TRANSFER STOR
Transfer Storage anl Crating.
Try our New Flour
Carnation and get a
brush free by return
ing sack to' our office.
Your grocer has it, ask
for Carnation and
take no other. Made
and guaranteed by
Marion Milling &
i mam wu.
Curly lettuce, button long
ted and vhitcx rcdlshes, en.
dive, oyster plant, parsley,
green onions, spinach, water
cress, rnmbo and other tine
apples. Eating pears, fine
celery, Florida oranges and
R. T. LEWIS &
New Over Coats,
Shoes for Men and
The store where Your
Ce'dit is "Good y
Tsii' siii 11 a ii
and Cloak Co.
Colonial Blk. W. Center St,
A, C. BACrlMAN, Mgr.
longiogatlon atMboiton. Mrs. Hun
tington tracod ti fr$f Dlisstleld,
Mich, to 'l-olodotOTumt)U8 and
Mlddlotown. Mis, Hoagland's hus,
baud is expected to anlvo foday;
Duttlngtoii nnd the w'omnn, ncC
compnnlpil by Uuttlngton'H ehlhl
milyod In Mlildlotown throe woplTu
ngo and opened an electric heaO
iiiB cstttbll&Ulucutt j
'ii&Jk -.,; j?& 'jjSifa a, ah in..;