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TOT MARION DAILY &URROX. ,ATUIU)AY, lAEIMlUAHY 1C, 1908.
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WEEK OF FEBRUARYJ7th
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h "a jjntomnau'H unomina"
KITTY, THE STERLINGS.
Comedy Sketch '
'MINSTREL SAM HARRIS
Singing & Talking Uommllatl
E.PEARLROWE' will sing:
"Where Tim ltlvcr Shannon .
"In The Wild Wood"
"Irish Scones &. Custonis"
"McKlnley Memorial Par ado
Amateur Night Friday 9 p. m
Don't Forget 111
Matinees Monday, Wednesday
Saturday, at il V- " 10c.
Saturday Matinee (children) j
KvonlugH dally at 7.H0 & 0 p. in.
io and so cents,
Reserve your seats in advance
Prospective Bride's Brother
,.v Instantly Kills Her
.'dluntlngton, V. Va., Feb. 35.
Because of Ills' Interference with
,p)dns ,for the marriage of his sister,
iienry Rean, a prosperous young
farmer living at Prlchard, was Bhot
through the head and instantly killed
yesterday by Virgil Hatton, the
young woman's fiance.
.; young Hatten and -Miss Daisy
Mmn were 4o have been married
Thursday. When Hatten, accom
panlwl .by a minister and party of
friends, arrived nt the, -Bean home
tip was met by the Blr.1'8 brother
Henry, who forbade him the prem
ises, as alleged, -fljul as alleged, sub
jected lilm to Insults. Tho men
booh cama to blows. Finally Hatton
drew a-revolver and shot Rean.
The men nre members 'of tho oldest
and most respected families of south
eh Went Virginia. Hatton surren
SCHOOL 30? WINS
HIS CASE IN COURT
tjpper Sandusky, Feb. IS, Master
Terry AYlckham scorea a victory over
tho",lxard f education of Sycamore.
The lad Js seven years old and be
cause of his rapid progress at school
was promoted to tho seventh grade,
to which tho board refused to admit
Him, on account of his ago. His
lather brought mandamus procee1-,
Irigs and today obtained a favorablu
yioclalonj from tho circuit court,
which took ' occasion to suoro tho
The lad. was last week pilvon a spe
lal examination "liy the court and
missed but one word out ot 200.
aCTWJ COMMITS SUICIDE
New Cnstlo, l'n., Feb. 15 Alder,
man T. P. Williams, candidate, ror
re-election next Tuesday and under
four ' charges or extortion as a
tiubllc official, Saturday shot him.
Belt through tho right tomplo. dyljig
xwithin n fow minutes.
TJRY ADMIRAu 'JOFFKB.
Miles Dsrden, tht Giant.
,MUe8 Darden, the giant, was born
and raised In North Carolina. He was
sevea feet' six' inches high and in 18 15
'elkod 871 pounds. He was born la
itOS and died In Tennessee Jan, 23,
1807, "CotU 1853. no was ublo to go
abiJt htfl work In on uctivo manner,
Wbls Vefghts Increased so fast that
sifter that yrar when he wnuted to
move about lie had to be hauled In a
'VoJborse wagon. In' 1830 It Is cbrou
teled that bis coat was buttoned around
three, men, each weighing more than
aOO pounds', who wulkied together In It
Sown the strcots In Lexington. At bis
icn'tll he Is said to have weighed not
less than 1,000 pounds, tils coUlii was
g feet lobg. 35 Inches deep, 32 inches
across the breast, 18 lucbes across, tho
bead ahd 'Mr inches ticross the feet
These, tnoasurefuents wore taken at
the' time and are "matters of historical
Criufeh-DRl that detective yon en
geged, discover, anything? Qothain-Tatt-'-'funt
I d aiouey, Vookera
WOMAN AND. FASHION
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A. Fffistc (Fr Normal .ocAft ana. s
A. dressy gown, iioL too elaborate,
but adaptable for most of tho socca
dlons which appear In the life 'of the
nvcrngo Womnh.Ms" a, necessary adjunct
to;tb wardrobe' A garment rery ex
pensive and ornate. Is always just a
little too nice to ho worn at most of
the smalt functions enjoyed by the
feminine world and In therefore hot no
satisfactory a the -mora single toilet
OF NET AMD TjAOE.
that cau be worn without the thought
of tho nmottnt paid for It obtruding
The gown sketched is a most attrac
tive model and possesses tho daluty
HMiiininiMomc which is oueu iiicuiug in
the more elaborate toilets. It Is n
model that will accentuate a woman's
best points, and tho wearer will won
der why r.ht' Is moro attractive to tho
lunscilllnc clement at least than' when
arrayed In a fussy overtrhnuicd gar
meut For Street Suits.
Strictly for street suits aro stunning
dingomils shown, faintly lined off with
Then there are the berrlugbouo
serges In I wo tones that nre very now
nnd attractive. These effects come lu
browns, plums, grays, greens and a
black with colored stripes.
Cheviots, or, rather, Scotch tweeds,
nre having n dccldcdNrcvlval nnd are
used both for the tnllored and the mo
tor nnd widkhig coutB.
. Many of the weaves shown nro old
fashioned favorites readupted to pres
Hut there are many novelties lu the
worsteds. One of tho most striking
shown Is n gray nnd while check over
plnlded with liegonlu Hues.
A London smoke gruy In linlf Inch
stripes combined with a paler gray in
narrower stripes IS another new treat
mon t of a decidedly handsome und Im
mensely smart choviot.
The Rose Hatpin.
The French milliners are setting big
artificial roses upon hntplns, so that
you trim your hut 'each time you stick
your pin Into It. This method. of trans
ferring roses from one point to anoth
er hns become Very popular, and the
woman who had three red roses upon
tho right side of her hat yestorday will
appear today with the same three roses
proudly sticking in tho bandeau. It
changes tho nppeui'auce ot the hat and
is no trouble ut nil. .Moreover, It en
ables ono to suit one's coiffure more
readily than whoiv' tho roses uro set
upon tho hat hard and fast, so that
they cannot bo chnugid.
Glrl'a Sprjne Costume.
Stripes are going to bo very much
worn ngnln lutho spring, especially lu
woolen materials. A dress' like this
model for a young girl would be not
,only Koivloenble, n'id..smnft, but most
becoming, with hu'Hklrt cut on the
bias and the waist .in modllled man
darta Jumper 4tet. ' , i
ill uxlTTBlri' '
jyMjHfcWMil If V if wf 'Cu Ry
Relieves Colds by working them
out ot the system through a copious
and healthy action of the bowels.
Relieves Coughs by cleansing and
ttrenftthenlng .the., mucous .mem
branei'of the throat, ohest, lung and
Conform! to National
Pur Foot! and Drag Law
For Croup, WboopTa' Cough, La
Grippe, Influent, Bronchi U, and
all Coughs, Colds, Lunf and Bron
chlal affections na reanady-.i) equal
to Kennedy's Lcuutlre Cough Syrep,
IHM va in SSo, SO anatf 1.00 fcettlM
at the Laaatataty of
CO. DaWITT CONCh!oato.V.Ui.
Pleasant to take
Children like it
Tho most modern Hour mill In tho
world hns Just been opened at Winni
peg and has a capacity of R,000 bar
According to tho Seattle Fost-Intclll
gencer, tho Relllnglmm (Wash.) mllln
have "cut lumber enough to make a
twelvo Inch board iynlk nround the
Tho government entomologists have
shown that tho cotton growers can bo
protected from tho boll weevil by
plnntlng cotton early nnd by burning
tho plants In tho full, nfior tho harvest,
by which maily millions of weevils In
one stugo or another nro destroyed.
Train and Track.
Twenty-five thousand employees of
tho Northwestern have r.lgued n pledge
to abstain from the use of Intoxicating
Following n French example, tho
main line underground electric rail
ways )n London ate to make tho ex
periment of employing woulou tickot
Sellers or "booking clerks!"
The TexnB courts have rendered nn
opinion that the Texas railroad com
mission has no right to order n reduc
tion In sleeping ear rites. Tho order
of tho commission, mndo nbout a yeav
ngo. for n reduction In rates wua con
tested by the Pull map company.
The Whllo Lady. ,
ltio Bank of Knglnnd Is popularly
called tho "Old Lady of Threadnecdle
Street" Tile story Is told that in the
early part of the last century, when
"tho Green Man," "the Lady In Black"
and other oddities uotorious for some
peculiarity of dress were well known
In the city, tho "White Lady of Thread
needlo Street" was n dally visitor to
tho Rank of Fngland.
Sho was, It Is said, the sister to a
poor young clerk who had forged the
signature to a transfer warrant and
who was hanged In 1800. Sho had beeu
a uecdleworker for nu army contractor
und lived with her brother and an old
aunt lu tho city. Her mind became
afftctcd at her brother's disgraceful
death, and every day at noon she used
to cross the rotunda to the pay conn,
Her ono unvarying question was, "Is
my brother, Mr. Frederick, hero to
day?" The Invariable answer was, "No,
miss, not toduy."
Sho seldom remained obovo five min
utes, nud her last words always ware:
"Give my lovo to him when he re
turns. I will call tomorrow."--l'outb'i
The Barbers nmU Wlgmnkors' union
In Vienna Is very stringent lu Its ex
umlnatlou before It will admit any
new members to, tho society, Quly
fully competent pcrsuus nro allowed to
pructlcu and to prove their capabilities
must tlrst Bbow that tbey thoroughly
undorstuud tho disinfection of .razors,
brushes, etc., used lu their craft .and
also how to keep the. razors sharp and
uso them to tho best advantage.
"Your laiikwcedge," remarked the
visiting foreigner, "it ccs so Btrnngo."
"Why so. count V"
"When a mnn spend nil bees money,
ono mun sny lice's all In. Anothor man
when ho has no money say lice's all
out. I no understand." Philadelphia
"l'n. what happens when railroad
cars aro toloscoped7
"I supposo tho passengers see stars,"
East Bnffnlo, N y.f Fpb. ln.Oat
tlo Supply 100,. it ,
Veals 'Rec'qlptu, UOO niurkot
Dafly Market Report
strong aha slower; cul'l to cholco
5 fe)'8."6tMV'v'M' '"'' '
Sheep and lambs Receipts 7,400;
market slow for lambs. Sheep rfc
tlvev Lamb 0 7,'J5j yearlings 0
0.50; sheep ,3.70 to (J.
'Hogsltoceipts 0,800; markot ac
tlve, Yorkers 4.00 (p 4.76$ pigs '4 fj
4.U0! mlfce 4,(10 (f! 4.70; heavies
4,55 p? '4k05; rmiJ?liH 3.80 410J
stags U a.25, '
UMIOK BTOOK YARDS
Union .Stouk.-VardH, Ills., Keb. in.
Cnttlt'l. UccGlntfl 200;; estimated
for Mondny 0,000; market unctinng.
HogaJtecelpts 1C,000; estimated
for uMonday 5O,0U0; market fie High,
er. Light 4,10 it 4.30; rough 4.10
f;? 40; mlxad 4.1ft u 4.40; heavy
4,25 CfP 4.40; Jilgs Jl.fiO (f 4,20.
.tlHMni Receipts 1,500; entlmated
I for .Monday 25,000; market steady,
Cleveland, O,, Feb. 16, nHogs
.Higher, recejptr 25 cars, shipments
1,000 yorkers,' mixed heavies ahd best
,iplgs, 4. CO; stags and roughs, 3 W
Calves-Stendy receipts 25,
iSheo)( and 'lambs Quiet. Re
ceipts 2 cars.
Cnttlo-Steady. Rtwipts 8 enrs,
Chicago, Fob, 15,Whent closed
with advrtilcb:ent-5 iff, lAaVM'ny sold
between 93 and 03 7-8; opening -at
03 1.2 and closing at 03 5.8; July
between 9Q' nnd 90 5.8, opening at
JO 1-8 nnd closing at qo 3-8; Sep.
tomber between 87 3.4 nnd 88 1.4
opening at 87 3.4 and closing nt 88
1-8; No, 2 red winter 03 1-8 and
04 3.4, Wheat was unsettled with
the market nn ovenlBl; up affair
and price changes comparatively
narrow as compared with previous
days of tho week Tho fact thnt
sentiment wns bulltsn was no sur.
prise, following tho long drawn out
decline, amounting to more thnn flf.
Corn advanced 1-4 and l-2c. May
sold between ii() 1.2 and 01 3.8;
opening at JliO 1.2 and closing at
01 1-8; July between 50, 1-8 and 60
t.8,, opening nt 5!) 1.4 ;nnd closing
at 50 1.2; No, 3 yellow 54 1-2 ,g
Onts 1-4 (j 1.2c higher. Old May
sold betweqn' 52 1.4 and 53, open
ing nt 52 5IS and closing al 52 7.8;
old July between 45 1-1 nnd 45 3-4,
opening at 451.2 nnd closing at
45.3.4; No, 3-white 50 ffi, 52 1.2.
Provisions were 5 (ii 7 l-2c high
er, Alay products rnn?ed; Pork 11.
ifi 11:30; lard 7, 12, 1.2 and 7.27 1.2
and 7k27 1.2; ribs 0.25, B 0.40,,
t,T.-. " '". '., :.
Toledo, O., Feb. 15. .Wheatr
Cash 03 1-4; Mny.-iftO; July 91 3-4;
September 89 3-4.
Corn Cash 57 .'.May 01; July 00
fl-4; September 00 1-3. )
Oats Cash 53; ')Mny 53 1-2; July
47 3-4; September,. 38 1-2.
Riyo-iNo. 1, 80 Nn. 2, 79; No. 3,
Clovorseed Cnsh, February and
March 11.05; April -'T1. 50 0;ctohnr,
8.30 prime alsltke, '10.40;
Prlmo timothy 2.R0.
NEW YORK PRODTJOB
New York, Feb.- l6.llutterRe.
celpts ,0,583, ..phqkngos. weaker.
.Creamery extra 32; state dairy tubs
poor. to fair 21 ;20.
lCrhgno(!Clpts ,Xl2v4l packages;
,flrm; nearby whte:,"fancy 20 it 28;
western ttrsts aa.,, ,,f ,., ,
LOCAL Q RAIN MARKETS.
Qorrected Dally byMarlon Milling A
Grain Co." "
Wheat, 8Sc per bit."
Corn, 75c per cwttW
Oats 47c per bu.,,
Rye 75c per. bu..-,
Clover Seed 9i60 bar bu
Timothy $2.00 par bu.
Hungarian Seedrt&v per bu.
A considerative investment in Marion Real Estate is the safest and surest protection. 1 have some proposi
tions thatlnrn going to ofier, that will net you 696 on the investment, and I believe there are some people who
would invest -where they can make 5 ne I would like to have parties with surplus money to call nt my ollice
and I will, make it clear to them that what I say is correct.
As ah Investment.
Some of the propositions I haye to offer ought to appeal
to farmers, hs well as to the people of Marion, who have sur
plus monay that is not drawing them any interest.
Don't invaat. your money in ''Get Rich Quick" schemes, but, invest it where jou have control of it yoursell. People who invested in real es
tate in Marion loru jn 1901 and 1902 and up until the last lew months have generally made handsome profits, and at the present time there is a
depreciation ',1m ike value of Marion realesbate, which 1 think is .only temporary, and it is an elegant time to make conservative investments.
If thlf will interest you I would be glad to have , you call at, my office, Room No. 4, old Masonic Block, and we will talk il over.
8:3o,tO'i?. u .iqi ,i 4.0
THIS PELLOW IS"""
Don't follow his example. If you
have anything to sell, you should
let the people know.
If you want to buy, an ad in the
Mirror will nnd the article you want.
Are you satisfied with your pres
Do you want a tenant?
Are you out of employment?
Make it known to. the people by
a want ed in the Mirror:
Read by almost everybody.
Have your mail addressed in care
ol the Mirror if you wish.
DO IT NOW
orrected Dally by Chas. Turner ft, Co.
PRODUCE ROVING PRICKS.
flutter, per lb., 22c to 24c.
Eggs, per d07... 20c.
Lard, per lb., 8c.
Onlohs, per bu., COc.
Potatoes per bu., COc.
GROCERIES' SELLING PRICBS.
Butter, creamery, iCc.
Butter, country, 28c.
Cheese, N. Y. cream,. 20c.
Lard, per lb., 12 l-2o.
Hams, 12 lr2c.
Syrup, per gal., 40c.
Potatoes, per bu., 70o.
Eggs, country, 25c.
Sugars, per lb., ,5 to Cc.
Teas, per lb., 40c to f.1.00.
Vinegar, per gal, 25c.
Salt, per bbl., $li25.
Hand picked Navy Beans, le per
lb, or 0 lbs. for 2Cc.
Carolina Head Rice, 10c per lb, or
3 lbs,, for 2ic.
Limn Beans 10c, or 3 lbs. for 2Ec.
Marrowfat Beans, 7c or 4lbs. for 2Cc
Cracked Hominy, 4c or 3 lbs. for 10c
Prunes, 8 1-3 to 15c.
Dried Peaches, 18 to 25c.
Seed Rajslns, I5c ,two 25c.
Cleaned Currents, 13c, two 25c.
B. P. Marion Flour. 1-4, bbl.. $1.00.
Clovev Leo. I'lfrr, ',-t to'.. J1.C0.
AHndlu fan-v P'.en' 1-' m. 1.0.
Legal Tenu',r F'oir 1-4 .bl. 11. i0.
Golden Flake "u 1- abl $1.40.
Knlckorlwcker Flour, 1-: b' 1.40.
Lilly Patent Flour, 1-4 bbl., $1.25.
Corn Meal, per sack, 20c.
Graham Flour, per sack. 20e.
, Catalogued as the "property of a
lady ot title," nnd (kited from 1C0C to
I1C20, a set o' 12 James I silver gilt
,apostlo spoons wero sold for $2,400 at
Chrlstlo's London auction rooms.
Know a Good
If so, read the following proposition
E E BUSH,
An opportunity to buy,'scll,6r ex
chnnge your property by an nil in
these columns. If you hnve n house
for rent why let it remnin idle when
an nil in these columns will find you a
If you nre not satisfied with your
present, qunrter whyH continue in them
when an ad in these columns will find
just what you desire:
Only Jc a Word
WANTED Work of any IHnd, by ii
mnn willing to work. Inquire at
No. 3 Kenton avenue, 2-14-Ct
WOULD YOU LIKE TO MOVE
To loc.lt rUewlfrr, to earn mere money? -We
can .con.IdcT ambitious men (or, positions la
rery section of tue counlr. We liar' lo.lr.
at tula minute lu our 2 otneea. 3.B0U places for
eiecutlre, olllce, sales ami tecLnlcal men. Hl-'
arr, fOOO tO.uoU. Write statlnK eibc'rleuc. aoj
HAPGOODS (INC.), Brain Brokers
SI) Va'MI life. Otttlisa. 0, ar 1121 rut. IMr. filtitan. Pu
WANTED A boo1 filrl to do general
i.Mrs. John H, Dartram, 502 South,
Stato street, Phone -Y S01. tf
WANTED Ladles tf) Copy letters at
home; Bparo time; good' pay; cash
we'okly; reliable; send stamp, "Steele"
Co., Morrlstown, N. Y.
FOR SALIC .6110 225 ogij ltaclne Ih
culwtor and one Ilaclue Brooder,
$15. One 100-egs batching Wonder,
$5, In good ruiiiilug order. Ad
dress. A, care Mirror. 2-12-4tpd
"'OH SALE A grocery doing a good
biislness. Can lease roam for ono
year or longer. Will take small
property o exchange. Addres S,
FOIt KENT 1A1 modern, up-to-dato
housu of 8 rooms, nicely located.
.John II. Stoll. 2-14-2t
l'OH RENT (Modern S-room house,
good dry cellar, largo porch, nlco
yard, good lot, new bam, 2 J-3
squares from hotel Marlon. See or
address Philip Bauer, 324 East
Church stroet. 2-12-Gtpd
FOR RENT Six room house with
all modern Improvements, central
ly located. Possession given at
once. Phono 083 or call at 121
South Greenwood street.
WANTED To rent a modern boii9e
of 7 or 8 rooms, centrally located.
Address S. care of Mirror. 2-4-(t
. -.. -
AUCTIONEERING Of every dd-
Thing When Ybu See It?
11 you are lucky enough to own a home, and you have
money-to sparer why not invest it in Real Estate which is ab
solutely the surest and safest investment on earth, and brings
yotv the BEST Income.
& Storage Co.
Bcrlptlon In Marlon and adjoining
counties, associated with J. Vf:.
Clark will bo H. L. Protsman,
ot Cincinnati. He comes highly
recommended as a stock salesman.
Has been associated with Harold
Wagotier, one ot the best salesmaa
In Ohio. So we guarantee the beat
of work In sales of any descrip
tion. Office 114 Court Street. Olre
is a trlaL Marloa 0 '
MOVTKQ AND TXAHIFU.
CH ' 'sJbiOOi. THANSK1IB JTfJl.
AOTi CO. '
13. ..ar Sto.U4-, and Cratlu. 4'"
You can get a 5 on
6 room house paper
ed, gas, well, cistern,
large lor, near car,
on . Easy Payments,
ii. E. Carpenter & Co.
1101-2 S. Main Street
fisfl Sg PI "WJ Mw.