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I TkrE?cjlent Program is Thorough
ly ' ly Ivjoyed by a Large Cfpjrjl at
he Y. M. C. A.
rrBt V. .M..C. A. gym., don-
JBlrJof tho Herlea of 1907 and 08 t
yas hciu in tno association gym
Kislumat o'clock' last "night' Tho
attendance was exceedingly lrirgo and
the affali- proved n success In every
detail. The ovefnt was In charge of
.1)hyslcal director, C. M. Dou'thltt.
Tio program opened with an ov
erture by tlici Y M. C. A- orchestra
(which proved a highly pleasing selec
tion. Tho music was In charge of
2 If. Harvoy Mirtlh. A nialzo march
y the boys was a pretty thing and
WJ executed -to music furnished by
thp Sfrchestra.
A bar-bell, drill by tho Juniors
Oa P 'number that wo? grijatly appre
ciated. Tno seniors gavo an exhlbl
mp. drill, showing how class work
ton' tho ldoshorse Is conducted. A
;hf(?ket ball race between teams cap
,iancd by Grant Mouser Jr. and
iwiHard floslflus, pnvoi aI1 amusj,lg
number. it resulted in Mouser's
Ui r ", . ., t ..i rl
team winning tho race
-wWSW weut through a dumb
r W&M s!,, as th(7 would give
l.n
iu tjie regular cjass. jir. Doutliltt
jjyu a it-auor aim the movements
wpc'jgracerully carried out.
,.no 91 thp most notable features
um program was the singlne of
o Y. M. ,C, A. boys' rjuartotto.
lis 'band of singers is undoubtedly
18 ? Jho ''best In tho city. Tliev
:ro reeatetlly encored last night.
ne quartet to is composed of Messrs
tarry Martin, William Hill, Her-
mt jonnson and John Hpffman.
T'4en ni,nute Kamo of basket ball
."' ueWeen teams 'captained
.vempleton and King. The former
MO. ."Won, the score "belnir 1i in 6.
JMdalllOr fcaturn nf thn onoolnl num.
Wityl tho Projfrani was a tug' of
nimnwuiiB senior anu juniors.
llDlT HUIT fHUlLnlnpd thn annlnra
Av"r-' ' tldBen- Grills the" Inntnra (!'),,
i, Krmbr team won,'
)$!$ eTe sevqnty-flve athletes
)lio took part Inho pragranu Fol
Jowlug Is a list of tho events with
jfhe, winners:
"Running Hltfi . Jump-Rodney
juu?. i-., y mciies; Ralph Hurr
d flush Smith, tie with 4 ft. 8
(Miches to their credit.
4t,IHJs" K-ickRodney IJume, 7 ft , C
"V; Hucb Smith and George Foyo
Hb 'with
7 ft.
lu.
C.E. Perry, Lessee and Manatfer
TliBksj5iyl0f Npy, $
5 Idtinfcd and NiKit,'
UMffUTJ. PATEii?
Sensational Scenic "Surprise
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ii xennon cnprnipun mcilodraraotlO'
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"CnP The wonderful flrn np.nn
OLfj Thoivavolviiiffcliambor
VlVVS-t. Tho famous i'ollls family
mf( Prices Matinee.
The Grand
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JEvwln-25, 35, 50 and 75
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liAnlDN THCHTRE
WK OF NOVEMBER 25th.
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FOUR FANTASTIC UDELLES
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I lii Sin jflnfi-&, Talking ComedlaiiB
4WKt 8EVW0UR.8I8TERS
Vooalst,& Dancers
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and Saturday. 10c.
r TT DUIIDBUaV
CWren'e Saturday Matinee, Beg
jMJneeMon'TKanl?sgtvIng, Day.!
Phone 380 for Reserved SeaU
evening onows :ju and y p, m,
xn . . ii t-i rt l i i
10 and 20 Cents.
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Our 1WT New Model ThreoJIol ted Omi embodies nil of the miulslte iLUnllttci
iiI.ib barfeat flUn-Afctv. Sltflnttlli. durlhlliiy. nutwrldf "uli.iritlliir iiiiMIMpo '
.btaullfill l'Pe nlcp bnlnjicound In our
Vli-hnea of, rrnanitintaUou. Heottut No
nrlr tilil.T.i. pctor 110 cxtrn
tight (or aii time mid not allow the nun
it iiHKun
1THA(3A GUN CO.,
LlftliiK CO lb. dumb boll Jet onto
Messenger, fifteen times: Ralph Hurr.
thirteen times.; Herman Crock, ten
times.
Rlnjf Vault Hugh Smith, C ft., 2
In.; Ralph Hurr, C ft,; Rodnoy Hume
f ft., 10 In.
Total number of points won by
tho respective contestants Iluino, 11;
Hurr, 8; Messenger. 5; Foye, 2:
Crock, 1 ' , ' I
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Societies
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1'Jio Woman's club was entertained
In a'-dollghtful manner yesterday af-
tfirnoon by Mis. W h. Warner, of
East Church street. The roll call
responses were "Things I am Go-
lnir to no when l not TJmn ." Afrs.
Burns Barker lead a paper on tho
ulllitnnf "tTfiuaotirtlfl Cmi.lnn n.i.l TJi
soDal pjgnlty" and Mrs. Martha
livelier gave a reading on "The Serv
ant Problem In Colonial Days,"
"Woman djer Ways, Worries, Wants
anu lsdon" was tho subject of a
paper by Mrs. F. p. McKlnnls.
At the .conclusion of the program
each member presented her favorite
dish to the club wjth samples and tu&
recipe for the same.
The guests on this occasion . were
Mrs. C, J, Warner, of Medina; Mrs.
ij, h, Toweior Topeka; irs. Giles
I'orter, of Fairfield, Illinois'; Mrs.
A. .T. Harris, of Now York City;
Miss Jcsslo Masden, of Plqua, and
Miss Sadie Hume,
'Mrs. Bump Barker, of North State
street, will next entertain tho club.
iMr, andjblrs. James' F. Prendor
gast have" Issued Invltatlqns for a
ball to bo given Wednesday evening,
December 4, In the'HuW hall.
(Mrs, Joseph T. Matthews, of Jit.
Vernon avenue, entertained at brllgo
yesterday afternoon In a very de
lightful manner. In tho brldgo con
tests, Mrs. Frederick K. Guthery
Avon Hist honors. After tho cards
had been laid aside, an excellently j
appointed dinner waB served by tho
hostess. The interior of the Mat
thews homo was decorated In a tabto-
,ful manner with roses and carna-
tlpns. Tiie company numuereu uur-ty-two
ladles.
I 'Members of the Prospect I. 0. O.
'iF. lodge and friends numbering fif
ty, perpetrated a pteasnt surprise on
Mr. Lo Dunbnr .Monday evening at
his home four miles southwest of
lfi-.Kiiwi.it ftMin mintulnti umu fill)
twenty-eighth birthday anniversary'
of Mr. Dunbar.
1 Who meiubeiH or tlm party met at
tho lodge rsonis and enjoyed aiold
fashioned hay ride to the homo" of
tholr unsuspecting vjctlin. Tho sur
prise was complete. The early hdurs
of the evening were whlled away
lu various parlor games. An elegant
supper was served at ten o'clock,
which added to tho pleasure of tho
'occasion. '
At her pleasant homo lu Prospect,
Mra. R, A. Wilson entertained a
number of' frjonds .Monday evening
In honor of her sister Mrs. A. 'W.
Kllor, ot Columbus. The evening was
annnr un.lnl1tr nlnt.r 'uPiia1nUnnn
l""iu fruaj ittncj vti K.9iiifyiii.a
were served by tho hostess. Those
present besides tho hostess and" guest
of honor' were Mrs. A, Shuey, Mrs.
H. W? Wolfley, Mrs. If. W. Hum-
phreys
Mrs.
J. J. Halllday. .Airs.
T, W. Freeman
McNlll(
and Mrs. B. W.
Tn honor of tho nineteenth birthday
anniversary of tholr son, Clolco Gil
lette. Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Gillette, of
3 miles "south of Waldo entertained, a
conminV of ah'nnr. nrtvr?iitni'3 nf' n
6tco Ilia imII mrtln prlni(srorovi.'r ogalriHt breaks unit mlH flu-h Uondfor
1907 .-Art Cutafos.tlcstfllJlfigMmiirovGients una kpcclnl prices on 18 grades
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roasqu6toid6 social Mphday benlng.J"ii5 Nov. 28. Pluntyof' music' ot
The oyenlngVaB nleasariliy 'passed atlit,"t01"t 'flluls. Ti'cje? wjlfi'ib'pilfll
m...l 'i..t.. l.J.i iJL. .ST.' .V llinnV. ...nnM f. ll l. i .....i.l..
Miuniu, hiMuo iiif various mterestingi
social lyerslops. ' Light, rofrellimonts1
wero served and the 'affair' proved 'an
event of liinch soclai conseouenco.
Yuma iuoy renry, pi jjjeiawaro, was
the onlyffltf tTOit1&npBt present.
ONECF.OHIO'S OLDEST
.114 . A ba'nkerisdau
jn,a; ow; sq.-sr. $ jwitcriwi.
one of Ohio'B oldest ifiankero, died
.Hff.... r..t... X. ". ' "
Uoday rom genprol jleblllty. J his'
eignty-nrst year, Ho rose from a
harness njakor 'Jn ploueber days'5 to
the wealthiest eltlzon of r.imn nmi
) 8f pnfft 4 ho BtronMl fluanelill
'Institutions. ' '
" TWB .MARION
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BOLT MoBeC
high gr.ifle RUnn.Vory Jinu (uil1i imiV
7VW Ullst i;uuliown iiliove apfc)l
Wc RUurnntcu the ihreo bolls to hold the Kiln
iu iit iiiiHn in tiiRciinrciiiir. vn iriiar
to My open In tllscharcing
Bo?c 5Q.
JTHAOA, . y.
o&ge Hotcs
Orfjrcrs were elected at a regular
meeting bftho Pythian Sisters, lield
(Monday cvcfyliip at their hall on
East CJiurch street. F(ollowlng 'Is a
Ijst of the officers:
Mrs, Gertrude Baker, most cxcel
lent chief;, .Mrs. JJt'ara Green, 'past
cl;lejt; Mrp. Lizjtle Bland, jjxcellent
spnlor,; Mrq, Bertha Court, .excellent
junior; Mrs, Josephine TJncaplier,
mistress of finance; Mrs. Alice Elb
llng, protector; Mrs. JJinnia. Cull,
niannger; Ml-s. Qenevjevo Re)ff, out
er gttard,,
jMrs Bertha Court was chosen dcl-
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?" J0," ai"ni ul8,r'cl "ting
,1(' bo ho,u ot BucyniH next Tuesday,
' ncw oncers will bo Installed
,iho Rr& meeting In January,
,
I SosupwskI Rebekalt I.odgo will
meet In regular session tonight. An
important meeting will result and ail
members specially the members of
'tho degree team are requested to
bp present. A class will be initiated
after wljfch a social session will be
en'joyed.
Tho Lady Maccabees will h,old an
Important, meeting Jn the lodge halls
at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday after
noon, AMarge attendnnce'ls desired
Kosciusko Ldgef No. sg, I. O.
O. P., held tho second nomination
for the annual election of officers,
Monday evening. Tho election will
tako placo next Monday ovenlng.
Marriage licenses navo been Is
sued to Barley McElroy and Mary
Roohan of Mnrloiij .Charles
Rush and Clara bchlecht ot
W.
Big
Island township,
A daughtor arrived yesterday at
tho homo of Prof, and Airs., Frank
D. Tubbs at Luwlstown, Maluo,
Mrs. Lucy K. Cook has been ap
pointed administratrix of tho estate
of Frunk M. Cook, lato or Prospect
tOWIlbllip.
'Iho county commissioners hold
n meeting Monday afternoon and
upproved tho report of CotinHy
iSurvoyor Ault on tho llerr illtch,
to built In Tully township: Tho
cpntrnet will bo awarded Decern,
bor 7 jit 1 o'clock.
Funeral services over tho remains
of Wilfred Lehiuuu wore held at
two o'clock this afternoon at St.
Paul's church, tho Rev. Edmund G.
Mapes officiating. 'Interment occurred
ut Marlon cemetery.
I'ho regular monthly meeting ot the
official board of Epwotth M. E.
church was held lu the pastor's stijdy
Monday evening. Aside from tran-
i ,b u'- uu,ur montniy meeting,
ltho board oternilned to collect tho
1l,a'wnaS subscriptions and have the
lchureh entirely out of debt by Christ-
.0i
In tho suit of Annlo F. MoXeul
pgalnst Molllo o. .Miller, and others
tjio Preachers' A)d soc'loty of fho
Ohio Annual Cpnlerenco of tho
Methodist church 'has ,led Its ans
wor.reply lu tho lpcal cpurt of
common nloiiB. 'llio society claims
that Us moitgago Is first and best
Hon opinio prpjieAy . of the de
fendant, i . s
! Th"o Morra'j Citizens Band 'will glo
an oyster sunnor. ThankBirlvlnir even.
lunch counter fpr all those to patron
i&u nf in, jiqj.. ctiru y-) eai oysters.
fi nu i uiitu cumin.-)- jyuj ue servcu
hot coffeo, ' sandwiches, nie: "ice'
cream and cake, WJ1J ben .seryjhtf
supper at ojao, jorybody Invited.
Iho funeral of Thomas M, Ho.
gun will bo hold at St. Mary's
Cnfholo church at g o'clock Wed -
..VO....J uyiiuiK, llliu Will JJU (OI.
lowed by Ihtormoht at tho 'Cuthbllo
cemetery, 'iho ' roina'lns were
brotiBht - from thd state fibspttal
lAlonday evening mid taken to the
home of tho mother or the deceas
ed on Olney avenuo. .
Try ADMIRAL COFFBB.
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DAILY MIRRORjTUB&pAY,- NOVRMDlSR 2fl. 1007.
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BRYAN'S FRIEND WILL
OPPOSE TOM-TAGGART
IniUnnapolls, irid.,' Xov. 20 John
V. Korn, iiryaiiB ckttfcst frlond In
JmJIana, jyJh ojijiose TilRgnr tor
tlip ;ivaUl6'n '$" Xntloml ' commit
ASPfr- "$ h 0,
HATTLE WITH A MAD
HOG JIAYRESULT FATALLY
toubcnvlllo, ,C, -Nov. 20'John
iVordcr1 ( ns fptnljy shot ly. Ills
son tjaroue Vho cnlno to. hi rauu
er'd rtscflo in o bdttlo with a
mliddeimd- hos ha wari trliic to
BlftUgfltci1. j '
T?n
VAN WBRf FACJ?S A
LOCAL OPTION F1QHT
Van 'Wort.
O.. TCjlV- Of! A mtfl
.U l'-v.-
tlon for a local option election was
piesentcd to the city council lust
evening. '11)0 council adiourneu ! Cattie-atcccipis .n.uuu; csiimnteu
until Vrldny evening to canvass ,for tomorrow 15,000; market 10c low
tlio names. S "' VTimo be-uvus1' i'70 9,i!:'5:
Van Wert Is n city of over 8.000 1
niiu liau, nnecn baioons up to
toduy, when -tho uMiltenberger sa
loon went out of business because
It could no longer pay tho tax.
Last Monday a man died in
n saloon from ;m overdose of whls.
koyfa fact which helped turn pub
lic sentiment against the saloon.
WILSON IS MISSING
FROM THE POWERS TRIAL
Georgetown, Ky., Nov. 20. B.
K. Wilson, the 'attorney who was
cited to mipenr in court at the
Powora trial and answer for con
tempt is jnlssjpj?. His disappear
ance was not ijlscqvered until bin
nnnio wns cajlod. Ho is charged
with attempting to summon parti
cular republicans from Grant
county. ,,,,',,.
THREE MORE .BACKERS
SLATED. FOR ARREST
Ncw York,' Noy, 2(j 'lho grand
Jury was handed tin a urcsoht'
;ne;it In tho ' nkls Trust company
case' "of iirookiyn 'contahilng three
names oi men mulcted wmcu win
bo mado public until the men arc
arreted. lifcJa
MINISTERS OPPOSE THE
IBOARD OF EDUCATION
New York," Nov? 2(1 Tiio scores
of clergymen lnvftew Yorkv are up
In arms against i the order of the
board ot education, providing that
tho words "Chrlstiiand Christmas"
must not appear lntlic hymns and
spngs ung m the public achqols
and that there must bo no
Uutstiiias celebration ot tiny
kind.
Tho subject was discussed In
many pulpits Sunday and It Is said
that an effort will bn mailo nt
onco to Induce tho board to l e.
sciud Its action lu tho matter.
If this is unsuccessful, It Is pos
itive that tho matter will be
taken Into court, many claiming
that tho board has no legnl rights
to lsstto f ich an order, '
OLEO MANUFACTURERS
GET HEAVY SENTENCES
Cleveland, O., Nov.j 2Xi li'nuk
and Jlenry Jlartmai,JlrotJiers who
havo an extonslve lilegafj bleo 9!
tnbilshment lu their' blg)Voodlainl
nvenuo residence, wore lined toduy
$1,0,00 each and sentenced to bIx
mouths in tho workhouse. ,
ARE SLAIN
Tribesmen Attack French
Camp and are Badly
Defeated.
v
Lalja .Maghpiu, .Algeria, Nov. 20-
Ten Uipusand
of, k tho ilercest
Bonis Niissen 'tribesman
swoopod
down on the French camp and wore
beaten pit with a Joss of ,200
kilted., , ,, ,
' 'lfJV ilgmtlng continued forp a
long time anti was cdntlnued On
fiiO' niirt of' tho tribesmen ' nppar.
Untiy with iotiU fdlsre;ard' for
tnoir 1 vos, At ono uineruio kronen
. .. . . rf
f, 4 . . . ...j a- . t,f
THOUSANDS
infantry wW in danger .of ueinj; K, ,i ZC r "Tf8' i"s"
strroLndea dint nJiyfrMfc
nric(Hl tlioniHolvim from tholr narll-l .. .... .... . ' . i n".a
Bpositjoh by tVgmtajJXif ""$
chargo of uifl. bpalHB, 'Aio rout of l ;0W th6uu' w bo Btrancle, ,
Uio AVahs wett not dlsfcournged by that eounim be able- to return
this Bovero repulse ,bttt reformed ,eacefully tb tholr native countJv.
their forces, and in addition direct
ed tholr oliorts to" ro'usliit? olhor
j'tribeS. 'Iho" ttghting Was-' resumed
tflid tlio boominir of cifniibn could
bo hoard1 throughout' tho' afternoon.
The resuUs of the battle now
on ao unkli'own at present.
Try 'jipMjnAi- c?off' "
iTumer's for good -thlnB to teat,
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Daily Market Report
l- - ' Ji, 't n.
iK,st BufTalo, N. Y., Nov.
2C
(inlet
Cattle 'Itccolpta
200; market
and Htcudy.
Veals 'BccclutB jr0 JiQad; marmot
active at firm m-Jces, Cull to clioico
1 9,25.
Sheep and lamps Receipts 9,000;
owes,, i.lo 5p
5.15; mixed
sheep,
2,73 'o-S.
i
, flogs Receipt 8500; market slow.
Good weight, C (S 10c blgher. Other
grades pasy. Yorkers and pigs, 4,20
4.25; mixed rind heavy; weights
4. 25 (ft 4.35; roughs, 3.3Q 3.C5;
stJips,'2.7q p 3.25.
UNION STOCK YARDS
Union Stock Yards, Ills-., Nov. 20.
por to jucdium, 3.10 qji i.ou; stoc
ers ami
feeders, V90
1. 10; cows
and heifers, 2.10 &
1.50J canncrs,
3 3.75; west-
1 & 2.10; Toxans, 3
erils, 3,5 5.10.
Hogs Receipts 10,000; ccHtlnpteil
for tomorrow, 23,000; market JO (ft
23c higher; light, 3.85 4.25;
rqngh, 3,85 1; mixed, 3.75 &
4.30; heavy, 4.05 Q 4.30; pigs, 3.20
1. .
Shocp-Recelpts 10.090; estimated
for tomoiTow 14.0Q0; market steady;
native sheep, 1.75 (? ,1.90; western
sheep, 1.75 4.83 mitlye lambs and
wpstern Ifjnibs, 3.50 (ft C.
CLEVELAND
Cleveland, O., Nov. 20. Hogs
Receipts 10: shipments, 400, higher.
Yorkers, mixed ami heavy, 4.30 it
1.35. Best pigs, 4.25." States and
roughs, 3.75 & 3.S5.
iCalves Receipts Heiht, (lilglier.
Good to extra, 8 8.50.
Sheep and lambs Receipts 3 cars,
lower. Good to extra. G.
Catle Receipts 5 car?, lower.
PITTSBURG
iPlttsburg. Pa., Nov. 2C Cattle
Suply light, market slow. Choice.
fi.00 C.73; prime 5.25 fe 5. CO;
good, 5 G.20; tidy butchers, 4. CO
(fC 4'.83; fair, 3.50 Q 1.25; culls and
common, 3 3.23; good to choice,
heifers, 1.C0 H.lu.'
Shop and lambs Suply llglit, mar
ket slow. Prjme wethers .'o.lC ' (7P
5.25; good mixed, .4.50 y.35; fair
mixed. 4.23 0 J, 75; yulls and cpm-
Inon, 1.50 & 2.50; lambs, 1.50 r,c
G.C0; ,veal calves, n Q 8. CO; heavy
and thin. 1.50 5.5Q.
Hogs-Receipts light; market act
ive. Prime heavies, mediums and
heavy yorkers, 4.35: ljsht yorkers
and pigs, 4.25 4.30; roughs, 3.50
(? 4; stags', 3 3,50
CHICAGO GRAIN.
Chicago, Nov. 2C 1ieat closed
throng
and 1 B 2 l-8u better: De-
S - "P! '.
WV,V WIH M 4.- ((U u k o-o, vivih
dloslng 91 5-5; May be
tween 1.01 1-2 and 1.03 1-S, opening
1.01 1-2, closing nt 1.03. No. 3,
red, OS (ft 97 5-S.
Corn 7-8 2 5-gc higher. Dc
ceber sold between 31 7-8 and 5,1
1-S, opening 51 5-8, 'closing 54 1-8;
May between 53 3-1 and 51 3-1, op
ening 54, closing 54. 3-4; No. 3
yellow, CO 1-2 01.
Oats .Provisions 3-1 g lc higher.
December sold between 15 5-S and
40 5-8, openlg at 15 3-S, closing 4G
5-8; May between 19 3-S and CO 1-1,
opening at 49 3-8, closing at 50 1-8;
No. 3 white," li 1-2 19'.
NEW YORK PRODUCE
New York. Nov. 20. Butter Re
ceipts 7,170 packages; Taney fair dt
aild. Creamery, extra, 28; statodalry
tubs finest, 27. .
JErygs Receipts ) 7,472 lUickugcs;
choice fair demand. Nearby fancy,
45 50; mixed fancy, 3S 10.
TOLEDO GRAIN
(Toledo, Nov. 20. Wheat Cash,
98; December 98; Bay, 1.05-; July,
Corn Cash 53; December
50 3-S: July fi(J 1-2 '
5o; May
Oats Cash 48 1-2: December
48
;--: iuy, 00 1-2; July 4C 1-2.
Clovorseed Cash, 9.30; December
0. 35; Marcli, p.fio. Priijio alijlko,'
rlmo timothy 2. JO,
Rye No. l. si: No. 2. so- v.. n
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GRAFTS AMNESTY TO
i ApMY DESERTERS
iViennil. NOV 20 In rnrnirnlHnn
6t tho commencement of thj; sixtieth
Veur of his reign, Emporor Francis
Joseph has Issued a decree or ex
tensive military amnesty, granting a
free pardon and tho resumption of
SHOWERS OF ASHES
FALL OVER ALASKA
1 'omap Alaska, Nov. l 2(1. Show ers
of volcanic ashen nro falling
throughout tho torrltory. 'Iho orl-P'lVJP0,'1"-
Ks'iuvo 1-aiK.niQi mno Uui-Mclt liuulitt
marKCl aciivj.t i.aiuus urine;-, aneup
loddy. Uufibyj:7y fy 0U0; a f9v
at !5 . f,0 sir whWe&& 5 fi 40 ;
- St J Pi W" vtjM s fiV 1
! s
Jioure
; Tke amount f iioiiy jom
have lost by kieping yonr S
I ipare rotmi vacant io long. S
A large mm is It net? Make
; up. yonr mind tkat yon will ;
I lofa'mondy no longer In tkisvS
I way. Have your a4 iniertei
; which will coit yon 6i eenti. :
: in 'The Mirror for u week,
Yeur room will then be i
routed. Cheap eommiiiiek to J
pay, is It not 7 ;
V Phone sdi to Nc, C Mher
phone. 3
I.MMIIMIMIMIIIIHIMIIHHIHHN
HELP WANTED
WANTED A school by an exper
ienced male teacher. Address
1'eachcr, care of Minor office.
ll-20-28-30pd
MORE MONEY, DRAFTSMEN !
If jonnre a competent ilraflMirin n (.hi (til
you of positions ithlclinlll p.irfroin !WloW)n.r
cent mora llinn your priwnt wilnry. And m
uou't lime toxtlik to tun bom dnlnnis eltlirr for
tliew l)liw.'g o(Tnr rzci'llent npimrtniilliv fornd.
aticeiuent. Salaries fnnj-RKW; tljolu-cif desir
able locations Wrllo for list of positions ojien.
Ofllees In 15 eltlM. Service conjlumttal
HAPqoopSJIne.). Brain llrokers.
ft 13 Wllllaiii'i7ii"lililg,rc.rVeland
1123 Park Building. Pittsburi.
WANTED.
WANTED Lady boardeis at 007 N
Prospect stret. 11-21-Ct
WANTED Two or three small wash
ings, or two or three dtiys' woik
eacli week, by the day. Phone L,
538. 3-23-.1t
WANTED Manager of Branch of
; .
fice. We wish to locate here
diess ..with .refeienco, The Morris '
AVholo sale House, Clucluuntl, Ohio,
ll-23-30t
WANTED To buy any stoves or
ifurnlturo that you may wish to
soil. Call MciClung, 112 East
Church street. Phono 913.
1 1-23-Ctpd
WANTED For the U. S. Marino
Corps: men between the ages of
19 aild 35. An opportunity to see
tho woild. For full Information
aply in person or by letter to ic
crultlng office, 107 E. Center street,
Marlpu, Ohio. ' 11-7-lm
FOR KENT
FOR RENT Strictly modem house,
also one six and one seven room
house in desirable location. In
quire of Jt W. Jacoby, Phone No.
112. 11-22-tf
FOA BALI
FOR SALE A giocciy doing a good
business. Can lease 100111 for one
year or longer. Will tako small
(property on exchange. Addles S,
c(to Minor,
1
FOR RENT Store 100111, 212 North
uMaln street, with modern Improve
ments. Also blx 100111 hoiifco on
Commercial with gas for heating
and lighting, inijulro of m. II.
K.''.Uier, 230 Koith Main St.
11-23-Ct
FOR SALE 10 room house at Junc
tion South Main and Walnut street.
City water, gas and sanitary sewer.
Lot GfixlOO foot. Address Mrs. B.
J. Camp, R, F. D., No. 1, Deln
waie, Ohio. 10-22lmopd
OR SALE A small gas range In
good condition. Call at this offlco
Nor 5C9 E. Church street. Tele
phone 1494. tf
AUCTIONEER
AUCTIONEERING Of oery de
scription In Murlon and adjoining
counties, associated with J. W.
Claik will bo H, L. Protbii;an,l
of crnclnnatl. 'Ho comes highly'
recommended as a stock salesman.
Has been associated with Harold'
Wncjoner, one of the host salesman
Jn Ohio. So wo guarantee tho best
of work In sales ot any descrip
tion. Offlco 111 Court Street. Qlv0
us a tilal. Marlon O.
MOVING AND TRANSFB1.
TIfp PADDOCK TRANSFER STOR
Transfer Storage and Crating,
Problem Concerplno Wealth.
It's ousy to understand why so fow
9f us have money, Thoso who know
BOW to make it ilrn't knclw ti.nv. ,.
keeii It, and thogp who can keen U
can't got It, oud that's tho only teason
why they can' h(eop
'Aw3'(JteM1ieei meull Jme
I jwiavo Rromo QukitM
PK1
PeoplesiTcansfer
& Storage Co.
Phones 155 '-?!
Unclr Eben. ' ' '
"Some men keep talkfn' eo much
b9Mt de-lr huhd lurk." said Undo
Lben, "dot .ley sort o' gives t.copTj do
noflou dat doy's glttln' nearly us much
etitoitaliinipnt out of It as other fplka
gits out o' good luck."
Try the Mirror Want Column.
NEW HOMES
EASY TERMS
CARPENTER & COMPANY,
OF COURSE
Mound Street 6 rooms, closets,
porches, gas, well, cistern new,
$1,450 f
Mound Street. 5 rooms, porches
well, cistern, gas, new, $1,350.
Henry Street 6 rooms, closets,
porches, well, cistern, new $1,450
Henry Street 6 rooms, closets,
porches, well, cistern, new, $1,250
Tavids Street 6 rooms, closets,
porches, well, cistern, gas, $1,550
argc lot, $1,350.
Ilerr Street 6 .rooms, closets
well, cistern, new, $1,450.
lioulcvard Avenue 7 rooms,
closets, well, city water, cellar, pa
pered, $1,750.
Indiana Avenue 6 rooms, eel.
r, gas. well, cistern, new, $1,800
Phone 1502
Offlce 110; South Mai St.
MONEY SAFE WHEN INVEST
ED IN FARMS AT AN If PRICE.
Farms For Sale, Safest,
Best Investment Now
10 ueios tlni) land, good build-
lugs, only ifWOO-OO.
f,u "cros ,lno ll0S ''", no chol
era, rich sandy soil, good build
ings, fsy.no- f
,'!0 acres. Cheapest rami In 'Mar. '"
Ion county, good buildings, on,y
'jIm per acre. ,, '
77 acres, lino potatoo nild grain
land, largo house, quarter sawe'd "
oak ilnlsh, llrst floor; hnru pino i,
up btalrs; cross panel sliding 'aH'd
single doors; largo cemented eel- '
lar, with water, ror butter making
good barn, orchard, beautiful loca.
tlon, on west bank or rier, only
irSOUO. ((.
7U acres on lnterutbaii, houfle,
well, cistern, bnrn, cheap at jflOQ
per acre, will tako until lurthcr
notice .f.j per acre. ,
14o acres lino prairie, largo !
darn, i) room house, out buildings, ,
near railroad station, with bank
ware houses, stoics, church and
school .fMOOO. ' i ?
S;i acres lino land, good build, jt
lugs, good houso and bnpi, corn,
crib, giniiury, sheds, orchards, .
tiled, poultry house, only n pur ?
acre.
I )'1T acres South I.altuo, best I of
I soil, good buildings, 'pjepty of a.
'time. "
20 acres, nice little huubc, btnblo &
near it. it. station, ,fl700. '
'200 iieres, short dlstanoo troiu
cit ; this an "A No. 1" farm.
irlOO Pr ucro. .Might buy It.
,") acies lino set of buildings,
Uttlo out ic'jiulr, i 1-2 miles froln k
market, school handy, orchard, iliie
black, some sandy soil, nicest llttlo &
homo lu tho county. Will sell, but
not less thun 100 lcr ncre. f
210 acres tine black and sandy
clay and tho cheapest good larln S
In seven state?, lino house and
now large barn and out buildings,
It you, sou mo soon It wilj bo puly
.t77.."0 pur ncro and not 58,') what l
wo ask. . 1
SO ucies talr laud, tatr bulldlugs
only MX)')- Also SO neres xOfJO
oils tllo In ground miles from
icott Town cash s.1000. Also ' m
acres near City or Marlon, jfuOQ'
Also 170 hcies with buildings nelir
City SloOOO. Also 123 acres at $75
pei- nero. Also j)3 acres for $111,00' H
J 02 acres .ri;),500. 41.') acres 1Q
000. ,'20B ' "''res ,f2o0O0. 135 aCrtis
!r7.)00. JH ue'res 7,00- Also' lfaQ
acres, good big house, ' barn, Well
cistern, camaned eelliiiy out bullclr
Jngs, hennery, good land, a jtow
acres tllnbo)', on gravel road'oornCr
7 miles froiu Marion, pnly $W$ 1
or 120 "fJttJ tor ' ,flQjf0Q '
J42 acre's for ifijljOy. 1Q3 'acres,-fa
Waldo Tn. ,in.nnn.on.' nn adres
good html buildings, cheap at ifSlfo)
IU.") acres at A75 Per aero. East
Satuiday farms bold around Marian
ai .fll-l. aim fit ..mi por acrp.
Wo httvp one more close to Marlon
103 "cies tor .$12,000 only, Lay' tip
your troasuro In a farm heayoh
whoro moth ami rust doth not
corrupt and whoio Mhteves do not
In oak thiQugh 'and steal, and ray
big salaries. .
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