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DAIIY JilRROR; (MONDAY,
You Always waht something that you haven't got, and have something
that you don't want. In either case, a want ad in the want columns of
Tlje Mirror will soltfe the problem. TryriFii ow. Phone 9.
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. 1. Perry, Lessee and Manager.
, All Week,
f Under the Management of
" Presenting High Class Royalty
Plays, Staged Entire with
Special Scenery and Effects.
i) A Soldier
pf the Empire
A Beautiful Romatic Drama,
Ladies, given best scats for 15c, if
," - reserved in advance.
Prices, 10c, 20c, 30c
" Sale opens Saturday morning at
the Box Office.
WEfcK OF DECEMBER 9ih.
. OUCHi'S IiElirOUMING
Greatest 'ii allied Animal Act
ever In Marlon.
COLE- &. COLEMAN
IIat .TugBlcr and Comedian'
K. P. AmVKJNlhC SI NG
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t'ir i uniy 'liau a Homo
Canioograph Moving Pictures
i' Child Slavery."
Matluoo K)c Children Satur
day 5c. Prices tho samo.
Tlmo pr .show 7:00 und 9 P.
I M. l()c and 2l)c
Never Go Empty Handed.
"Thatils what mother used to say to
rno many times when I wad a child. It
I was going upstairs. I must look
about mo and seo If there, wasn't some
thing downstairs that b'olonged up
Ulrs that I could carry up and put
Into its placoj and so on from one
part of, the houso'to another. She al
ways'satd It would bo a great holp In
oae's housekeeping and Bave lots of
unnecessary stops, If people would
"JuBjt romember that llttlo rule, and al
though I fall In many ways to prac
tice all the good things she taught me,
I vajy often find myself saying to tho
rhlldron as they help about tho house:
'Never go empty handed.' "
J ' Space Rates.
f'Of courqo," sahl tho Intimate
frpnd to tho dlRtlngjilshod Btntesnian,
J'yonr opinions nro nover for sale."
'"Never," was tho promnt ronlv.'"ny.
copc 10 iuo mngiuincB,
v We have either to your lilting.
JWe kill nothing hut good stock,
and guarantee best of satisfac
Marin Provision Co.
wfoW - E; Center. I
CHICAGO STOCK CO.
A ' A. n
Six Shapes lm Sizes
(Evry Piiir Warranted
'1 , r (Juno a
tr.s ftn:LD tcokicr
I. n. KLriNrjiT
TfatTas.TSs.yzT BrioAoWAY, hevork'.
a'Hj) cmoAao stock co.
AT THE GRAND TONIGHT
fl'diei Chicago Stock company nr
Mvccl In tho city today ami the com
pany Ib 11 big one. They curry twenty-two.
people and a car load or
scenery and clcctilcal effects. The
company, under the pcrbonnl dlicc
tlon of araliam Karlc, will """open
their week's eiipiRenioiit tonight pre
senting, "A Soldier of the Emplro"
a ibcuutlfiil costume play, a romance
taken from history during tho French
rovolutlon. From all Indications there
IwlJV ho i packed house at tho
Grand ton Wit Tuesday night, Dan
Sully's groatcst success, "Tho Parish
IPrlosL" will be tho bill In which
Tonight in n
Mr. Enrlo will be seen In his best
cffoit, if'Tntlirr Whuluu. This oharnc
tilij ils oho of Jthtwo lovnblo Irish
elcrgynien who unites to nrjcli fund
of humor liroprcsslblo In io,mattor
iwlilcli circumstances, a tenderness of
heart, a patience and a charity Jlint
malt es hi 111 tho bunion bcuior 01 tho
Y. M. C. A.
At tho moil's mooting tit tho Y.
M. (j. A. Sunday afternoon a
number of Interesting iopoits from
actlvo Y. M. C, A. workoia wore
given disclosing many Interesting
dutalls of convention work, Tho
bojs who attended tho convention
at Akion last wook submlttou" in
teresting roports. Randolph Crow
ley, iRodnoy lIiuno LoRoy Prank,
I.nVorno 'lomploloji mid Jloiijainln
Grills gavo reports, Mr. J. It
Outoy also gave a report of tho In
ternational Y. M, C. A. convention.
The jneptlpg was largely attended
and proved exceedingly intbrostirig.
Chicago hoard that somo of tho
lllllnmiu TifTK.m1 nvni- Hint pltv Itlll
lit couldn't sco thorn for tho smoko.
im m rcq'.'kst.
mimunlty In wliluh ho dwells, tho
fciharoilot tlielr Joya and borrows
and tho natural consoler and coun
selor. Tonight ladles will bo ad
mitted at hnlf price, fifteen cents,
piovldlug that tickets 1110 purchased
beforo six o'clock tonight. Popular
prices will prevail throughout tho
weok, ten, twenty and thirty
"The Girl of tho Golden AVest," the
great drama of David Hclsco, mado
famous by the oilglnal production
with Rlanch Dates as the star, was
lilaycd at tho Grand Opera House,,
Saturday ovcnlngy by a strong and
WAY N 13
ut tho Grand
well balaiitcd company. An until
euro that was unusually largo for
F.iturduy night witnessed tho per
formance. Miss Mary Hall In tho
leading part, repealed hor success of
labt soason, when sho delighted an
other lino audience with her clover
Daily Market Report
UNION STOCK YARDS
Union Slock Yards, Ills., Dec. 0.
Cattlp-iRotolptB 21.00&J estimated
for tomorrow, 5,000; maikot, 10c high
er. Prime beeves, C.05 C.-10: iwor
to medium, 3.35 5; stockers iiikA
reedors, 2.10 8 1.30; canners, 1.25
2.a5 Toxaus, 3.15 1; westerns,
3.25 Q 5.30.
Hogs Reclpts 58,000; estimated for
tomorrow, 22,000; market, 20 to 25c
lower. Light, 1.25 (ft 1.70; loinjh,
1.30 (ft 1.15; mixed 1.35 1.70;
hcivy, 1.50 1.72 1-2; pigs, 3.70
Shoop Receipts 27.000: cstlnintod
for tomoriow, 17,000; maiket, 10 to
IVjilinvvM, iMitSvo shoop, 11.75
1.75; .western shuon. 2 ii I.7D: nutlvo
lanibsJ).7Gf C.25: wostorn lambs,
3f7S p'Ctl5, ' ,r '
,v mI A l 1 1 liii
Cloveland, O., Deo. 9.-Hogs Re
ceipts 00 cars; shipments, 2,000;
loivor, Y'orkors, 1.75; mixed, 4.75;
heavies, 1.80' best pigs. 1.50 fa
1.C0; stags and roughs, 1 dp 1,25.
utiivos iRecelpta 300 head: strong.
GooH to extra, 8 R 8,25; fair to good
0 W 7; heavy and tilth, 1 5.
Sheep nml lambs Receipts, 12 cars;
lower. Good to extra Jambs, 5.75 fl)
6,00; fair to good 5.25 fl 5,50,
Cattle Receipts 25 cars; sternly.
' OHIOAOO GRAIN.
Chicago, Deo, 9. Wheat Suffered
How to Avoid It and Escape a Sur.
gicalOperaflen, Told by One
A Simple Method That is Always
It has only been a few years since
It was tllscovcml that a surgical op
ciatlon would cure appendicitis; In
fact, It hns been but a shoit tlmo
since the disease was discovered and
Wlicnotcr thero Is an Inflamed con
dition of tho appendix, caused by
Impacted faeces lnv tho small cavity
opening Into tho Intestine, you then
The older doctors used to call this
Inflammation of the Iwwcls, and wcro
piuzlcd to know tho cause.
Uen now, with nil tho knowlcdgo
wo have of tho disease, no medical
man can tell you why wo should have
nn appendix, why wo find It, whero
It Is, or what nro Its functions, If It
it has any.
fl'ho dlsoaso for which tho opera
tion Is a cure Is usually caued by
Indigestion, and In many cases follows
a largo and Indigestible meal.
iPhysldans have until recently rec
ommended an operation, but now, ns
It Is known that It Is caused by In
digestion, or dyspopila, a cure with
out an operation Is assured.
AVhoro tho patient Is tieatcd with
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, the "un
healthy conditions prevailing rapidly
disappear, the stomach and Intestines
nro placed hack In their normal con
dition, every organ of tho body oper
ates as It should, and tho Inflamma
tion 8 reduced and' tho operation Is
Conscientious phydlclnna, who are
looking aftor tho best Intcrosts of
their patients, will) always kcop a
supply of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
handy In their office, whero In cases
of sudden attaclis of Indigestion they
can relievo tho patient at once. '
There Is no record of a caso of ap-
pondlcltis whero tho stomach nml
ihowels were In a healthy condition
and properly digested the food from
meal to meal.
No better advlco can be given to
nny ono who has attacks of Ind'gcs-
tlon, or who has been threatonrd
.with appendicitis, limn to toll him to
go to the drug stoio, pay no rents
and tnlco homo a package of Stuarl'i
Whenever hcaitlutrn, gas In stom
ach or bowols, heart "illseaso or stom
ach troubles, sour oruotlons, ncldlty
or fermentation 1110 presont, act at
once. Take a cIomi of tho Tablets and
get relief as soon ns possible.
lAit all druggists 50 cents.
Sond us your namo and address
today and wo will at once send yon
by iinnll a samplo package frco. Ad
dress P. A. Stuait Co.. 150 Stuart
llldg., Marshall, Mich.
recessions of 3-1 1 l-8c. Decom-
,'bor sold between 93 1-2 and 91 3-8.
opening at 91 3-8 niid closing at 93
1-2; May botweon 1.00 5-8 and
1. 01 5-8, opening at 1,01 1-2 and
closing at 1.00 5-8; No. 2 led, 95
a-2 go rr-s.
Corn Was off 1-2 Igp lo. Dcceniber
bold botweon 53 3-8 mid 51 VI, open
ing at 51 1-S and closing at 53 3-8;
iMay botweon 51 7-8 and-55 3-1, open
ing at 55 3-S and closing at 55. No.
3 yollow. 55 ffi r.d. .
Oats -1-8 3-lc loVer. Decem
ber sold between 50 1-8 and 50 1-1.
oponlng at 50 1-1 and closing nt r.n
V8; May botwocn 52 7-8 and 53 3-1,
opening at 53 3-1 'and closing at 53
No. 3 whlto. 51 (f?452 1-2.1 .
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Toledo, Dec. l. AVhont Cksh. nr.
3-1; Decembor 90 3-1; May, i;02 3-1:
July, 97 3-1.
urn Ciibhi 50; Docombor,
May, 57; July 50 3-i.
Outs-Caali, 52 3-1; Dcceniber
J-,; v?lnr w a-i: J"' is, 1-2.
ClOYOrseOd C.lSll 9.90: . Dn.minl.nr
0.00f (March, 10.05. Prlnio alHikn.
Prime timothy 2. CO.
iRy'o-o. 1, 81: No. 2. 86: No. 3.
70. -- '
NEW TORE PRODtrOl
NoW York. Dec 9, Buttor Ro
colpts f5,7C8 paokngos; cholco fair
demand. Cronmory, extra 28 1-2;
state dairy tubs, finest 27.
HgBs Wecelpts 7,050 packages;
cholco, fresli flirm., Neartiv .whits
fancy, 45 (ft 50; western firsts, 30 fi
Buy Beatty & Long's $2.45 felt boots.
... ,v 12-4-6AW
MRS. CATHARINE HUE .
DIES AT PROSPECT
One of the Oldest Residents
of Marion County.
Death was Due to Dropsy and Com.
plication of Old Age
Mrs. Calharlno lllto aged !)J
cais and ono of tho oldest icuL
dents of Million county died at
tho homo of her daughter, Mrs.
Llbubetli Drako in Prospect at 7
o'clock Monday morning. Hor do.
lulso wns duo to dropsy coupled
with tho iuforinttlcs of old age,
Iho deceased was born in bor
row county, Ohio, and spent all
tho days of hor long life in this
stnto. fcho was an actlvo chuf-cli
worker and. a kind-hearted Chris
tian lady. She was widely known
In this city and has n number of
lolatlves living hero whom sho
inreo eiiiircn survive. They nro
Mih. Drako. Mrs. George l'rlteh. of
Piospect and Mr. .lames Windsor
of Pino lllutr. Arkniisas.
FuiiPrnl services will bo con
ducted from tho Prosnect Reform
ed church. Wednesday afternoon at
'Rev. C. M. Schnaf to
Tho remains will he la
the Prospect conietcry.
Warm lined shoes.
nc.itty & Unig's.
ALBERT J. HOUGHTON
BECOMES A BENEDICT
United in Marriage to Mrs.
Sensational Romance Connected
with the Courtship Will
Reside in the South.
Woid iccolvoU lioio .Mouduy liy
Ti lends tolls ol tho inairlago TUtus.
day lust at Kooltlor, Now .Moxlco,
ot Mr, A. .1. Houghton of this city
and Mis. Koll Utormoehlen of Dol -
awuio Conuutted with iho wedding
is a lomaiico of a decidedly sen
Both tho nrldu ami groom are
well known in .Marlon. Tho groom
Is tho son ot K. P. Hougton of
(lurloy Avenuo ana tor yoais was
oniployed with tho Wells Kargo
express company hero. Two years
ago ho was promoted to agent of
tho company at Dolawaro.
Whllu In tho Classical city ho
mot .Mrs. Utormoohlon, tho piotty
and dnslilng wlto of a Dolawaro
dancing mnstor, Tho admiration
must huvo boon mutual lor Inst
August, 'llbughton loft for tho south
and throo days lator Mrs. Utor
inoohloii deserting her husbnnd and
a llttlo daughtor, lrono, aged H,
also departed lor parts unknown.
Somo woro unkind enough to say
that sho also wont south.
Utormoohlon who besides touch
ing dancing was oniployed In tho
lllg Four shops, at onco lllod suit
for dlvorco. With his daughtor ho
moved to Dayton whero his wlfo
had lived boforo hor marriage. Ono
month ago ho was granted a di
vorce "Mrs. Houghton Is very woll
known n Marion, whoro sho hns
often visited, hho is nn unusually
piotty and attractlvo woman nnd
for yeara hnsrpluyod iim Import.
ivnt part in noiawaro social cir
cles. Mr; and Mrs' Houglildn' will
i. .V.T. 1"' "rfv- r - - .
make their -(.uturojlippie at Koohler,
GRAHAM WRITERS GOT BEST PAY
Not Fulfilling Expectations.
Noll She mnrrjod a very old man,
didn't 'she? I understand ho had ono
foot In tho grave. Bollo That's what
sho thought, too, but ho still continues
to buy his shoes by tho pair, Putin
Teet of Political Institutions.
The test of political Institutions Is
mo coumtion or tue country whoso
fortunes they regulate. Beaconsfleld, '
The amounl f Monty yoi ;
have lost by keeping yonr :
ipare rotms vacant to long. S
A large mm ia It net? Make ;
up yonr mind that yon will
I loss money no longer In tali ;
way. Have yonr ad initrtei
I which will coit yo 60 cents. 3
I in Tho Mirror for a week, :
Yeur room will then be f
routed. Choap eommieiiea i
I pay, is .t not?
: Phone hit to We. Q tAher 1
WiANTUJD-iPosltlon by a joung
man willing to do anj thing, ltef-
cienccs. Addiess Work, cue of lli-
lor office. 12-9-3t
WiANTHD Wnshlngs to do at home,
liiqulio at 130,5 Noith Slate stiect.
WLvNi'PKD-Woilc as catcrlst or as
sistant nt entertainments. Phono
X 59S. 12-7-31
WANT1JD Manager of Blanch of
flee. Wo wish to loctito horo. Ad
dress with lerotcnco, Tho Moirls
Whole salo House, Cincinnati. Ohio.
,WuNTKD Kor the U. S. Marino
Coips: men between the ages of
2t anil 35, An oppoilunity to sen
tho v.oilil. Kor full Information
aply In peison or by lcttor to re
ci ultlng orf Ice. 117 D. Center stiecf,
iM.uion, Ohio. 12-l-lm
RUNT 'Stilctly model n house,
ulbu ono six and one seven room
house In dcsliahlo location. In
(pilro 01 J. W. Jatoby, Phono No.
112. ' 11-22-tt
FOR SALK A giocery doing u good
business. Can leaso ioom for ono
year or longer. Will taku small
piopeily on exchnngo, Addres S,
OR SALK a Binnll gna rnngo In
good condition. Call nt this orflco
or 5C9 U. Church street. Tclo
phono 1191. tf
AUCTIONDHRING Of overy do
Milptlon In Marlon and adjoining
counties, associated with .1. W.
Claik will bo II. Ii. Protsnmn,
of Cincinnati. Ho conies highly
rotommended as a stock salcsninn.
Has hcou associated with Harold
Wagoner, ono ot tho best salesman
In Ohio. So wo gunrnnteo tho best
Of work In sales ot any descrip
tion. Offlco ill Couit Street. Give
us a trial. Marlon O.
LOST iling mink scarf on or near
AVllbon stieot, botweon North Main
and Oak. Llbornl rowaul for le
tiiln to Lundcrgan & Giay, 211
North Mnln street. It
FOUND A iblack leather handbag,
containing two pair ot spectacles
and a street cur tickot. Ploaso call
at this office. 2t
MOVING AND TXAN8FU.
THE PADDOCK TRANSFER 8TOR-
Transfer Storage and Cratlnfl.
& Storage. Co..
OF TUB CONDITION
Ol'1 TIM J
RANK, al Jlarion, in the .State oC
Ohio, at tho closo of business Do.
com nor y i )(),.
LonriH and dlM-ounU ?50l,4lfl Xi
(Hcrilrnlld.Htfcurcd nml mmui'tirncl 2.MJ9 aj
United Htnlci Imnils lo Keeure clr-
culHlton 125 000 00
Other bonds to tt cuta U, S.
flapotlti 80,000 00
I'ri'tllllllllHilll 11 ft. DonUt 1.100 00
HoiHlK, M'Ciirltle o'c 76,000 CO
UJiikliip houio furuliiiru nml fix-
lurcK 20,000 00
Due from .Nutloiml bunks not
rtM'ri iiRctits) I7,i7 as
Duo from Hliilo Imnkq nml
ImnkiTK lo.irtl M
Due from npproM-il rcsrrMi
ncutitH 07,011 77
OliHfkH nml oilier ensh
NoUiHof oilier .Niilloiml
tank .. nro (0
Krarlloiuil pnper, currency,
nickels nml c-entH ... . CSH 18
Hpoelo atl.l'15 IS
I.LTllI ;it'll(U'r Hole.. . ..m.l'.'ll 00 183,881 73
Kcili'iDptlnn filiul Willi IJ.ri.ircn-
uror (6 nci-i'i'iit of rlrcnluiioni... n.'jda m
lino from U. H, Ui'iiKiimr other
Until 6 pr ciinl roilt'ni)Uoii fuinl !M
Cnpli.il hIih'K ptld in j.Mo.ooe on
Surplus fluid W),(XiO no
UllillMdml prollto. lrK rxpcnuna
mil l.ixcs paid '.'.1.77& HI
Nulloniil imnk iintLMouibliinUlng... iai,() oo
Due UmiUht National:
li.uilm UK) i-.'J
Duo to Htiitu hunks iiiul
Imnkiira 7,712 83
Dim to I rimL OunipHiiles
and HnvlnRH bunks . , .lt nl
lnillvMn.il depoMti mihjeol' .,
ticlntk tS-JJO f8
MuniHiid cortlllcntca of
depot! t L-.'l,nn7 71
UciUllul nlnck W!i.'
United Hiatus ilepoxltH W.noo nil
Kcscm'd fornixes is-uotx) 670,no io
Stato of Ohio, County of Marion,
I. C. N. I'hilliiw, caivliier of tho
nbovu bank, do solwinily swear that
IJie uboo Hlatemeiit Is true to the
best of my knowledge nnd bcliof.
C. N. PHILLIPS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to befoio
mo this (jth day ot Docombor, 1007-
U. I). iWWl'jJUj.
Marion Co., Ohio, i
F. A. HUIUOR,
Ilepnrt or tliecnndltlon of llic (Jlty Nnt
lonnl 11 ink at Marlon, In t)i Ntito of Ohio,
ut the close of business, I)ro. I), 1W7,
Loans nnd I)rount.i
0erilrafls, secured and unsecur
U.H. Montis to secure clruulatlon
I'loinliiiimnn II. H. Ilonds
UoiidH, Hocurltlot, elr
Ilanklnirliouho.furnlturu and llx-
turns ;. 11,000.00
Dun from National IlaiikHnot re
serve liKCntH) 14.2S262
Due from iinnroinl reRiirieneeiita "I.74I.OI
iwipckh and inner casli Hems
Nolnnof otlKrN.itlon.il Hanks
Kr.ictloual piper currency, nick
els and cents
I.AWKIII, MDNKY HhlKllVK IN
Hedcinptloii fund Willi U. H.
Treasurer (G liercBiit. of circu
Capital stock pnld In
Undivided l'rollls, lets Kxpunsuii
National Hank notes nulstandlng
Duo to otlifr National Hunks
Dili) to Statu Hiillksai d liiillkurs..
Duo to Trust Companies nnd
I1 IdoiulH unpaid
lUdlvliUinl deposits subject to
Htatk ni mill). i
County of Marion, f
i. w ii. ..uiuiiiii, vaiuivi oi iiiu aoMVC iiaui-
ed bank, do solemnly swear that tlieifclHive
statement Is true to tho bestot my taowl
edgo and belief,
B. II. LINCOLN, Cashier,
Hubscrlbed and sworn to before me
this fith ilny of Duo., 1007.
HUBUY V, HWKKNKt ,
Perquisite Worth Having. "
Tho hoad maid ot the queen dowa
ger of Italy makes $5,000 a year from
the sale of her niltitrens' caat-o't
clothes, which are given to,her"aa A
porqulslte. The purcliasera are, for
tho most part, American tourlits,
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