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The Grand Prize tTo Be Given In The Fraternal Contest.
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With pliiyer closed and piano ready to be played in the usual way. Ready for use with the perforated music roll.
1'"' "AT THE BOTTOM
Thty are Likely to Gome to the Front with a Rush
tfIMny Ttee-A light Vote Cast Thursday.
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. The' following vote cast up to six p. m., Thursday,
O'j. LADIES list
Mrs.' Charles Wayland, i Ladled of the Maccabees , 3310
Mjk" T. J. DavlcB, Trlbo of linn llur 3013
aea Alberta Neal, Pythain Slatera Caledonia 22C.n
tori. Victor .tump, Protected Homo ftlrclo No 184 13M)
MB.Viftirah W. Cunlo, Catholic Ladles of Ohio ,,... COO
Mtflf, - Jacob Weber, Companlbns of .Forester ....," Gun
t. M. L. Alexander, Daughtera of America ,. 200
'j, p . GENTLEMEN
John Abel( Eaglet , , , 7387
oWge Clark; II. P. 0. E .'. . .. .,.7.'.'.". .'.'. .'.V.'.'.'i . . . 7491
V.V (J; Ltlellen, Kosclunko J)dge No 08 Odd Follow! C780
i5d Swlck, Cahby Lodpe No. CI, K. or p, ,;... C021
llrvey T. Davis, A. I. U 18.104.22.168.7.7. .'.7. .7.7 2011!
Ucorgo Hageroann, Wayside Lodge No. 804 Odd FellowB ... 1011
djuvonce It. Galleher, Jr., 0. U. A. M. . 203
Ottls Welst, "Woodmen of tho World . . ' . . Hit
Harry Manon, Y. M. C. A ... ,...., 127
P(d Wilson, Marlon Banc Ball Club "...' ."...... vL... 30(
William Strnwecr, Modern Woodmen ot America ...,'$ .,. , CO
day t White, Crescent Lodge, Path Under V. '.........
Mike Moran, Brotherhood ot Rail way Trainmen 43
FTcdicPlnhart, Foresters . . 3!
One euro thing will result from thlB
contest lit will to a certainty deter
mine Just "who your real friend are,
both Inside and ouUldo your organi
sation It's tho acid test that will la
catp the puro gold and tho baser met
als and ns such It will bo extremely
valuable) to you In determining juflt
(who's who you are going to get sup
port from many whom you scarcely
Attn YOU A LIVE OXiE?
Wlio aro tho successful people In tho
world ?--al ways tho live hustlers who
go1' Into iwhatover they undortako with
vim and determination and who keep
verlatlngly at It. Whatever friend
entered you In this contest expected
you to get busy and try your level
lfet to win. If you don't try there
la 'gdlng to lw disappointment for ev.
ftry momiber of your organization, 8o
It's up to you to begin and show ro-Bults-t
onoe J,et nil your friend
liftriw you are Ih dead earnest and you
nfean tp either win or make name one
do' the hardest work of their oiroer to
dipat -"you. Organize your followers
nYoV Inaugurate a campaign thnt will
ntako every contestant Hit up and tako
notice. iAl flght well begun U half
BE GATtEEOL ABOUT STREETS
'fThoro Inyo been sovornl mistakes
made by contestants In giving names
of'Ktreetfl and street numbers when
turning In lists of subscriber!". Until
tlio right number In located tho sub
scriber Is wondering why ho Is not
getting his paper. Please ibe extreme
ly; careful when you secure a subscrlb
or' to get right namo of street and
number. You can feel positively sure
that The iMIrror will glvo tvory sub
scriber the very best delivery serv
ice. Thoro Iff na question whatever
about this stitement ot fact.
MAKE n.VILY TtETtTHN3.
It Is much hotter for tho contestants
to make dally returns for subscrip
tions secured, as tho subscriber wants
Ids paper to begin nt oneo. as he Is
Injorested In the contest and wants to
read about It dally, and ho want's to
have tho coupons for you as well. Don't
for an Instance think any Information
will be given out ub to how many sub.
acrlpttons you turn In or how many
vote you have In renerve. iNo one will
ever know how strong you aro except
from the standing published dally.
TIIs is a fair contest, and when It
Is ended -you will say It was tho clean
est, .falreU ono yon ever heard of. Tiv
cry contestant Is fairly treated and
LADY S BALLOT
You oan vote for yoursalf.lf youJwUh.
OHE VOTE FOR
IN THE MARION MIRROR
OanUtt Clocoa July 29.
( Veu can votfer youraalflf.'you wla
NC VOTE FOR
3i i .
- IN THE MARION MIRROR
CnUat,CIaa July 28.
thoro will ho no favoritism shown to
nnyone. Tho Mirror N running thN
contest to mako friends .not enemies.
Don't seok to find out how many votes
anyone has in reserve. You will bo
politely refused. (And, abovo all else,
pay no attention wtiatovor to any re
ports or rumor as to tow many this
or that candidate has. Such hot-air
stories wll' soon bo in circulation and
put fortli to discourage you. Jle Horn
Missouri always. You havo just as
many frlonds and ns good chance to
win as any contestant on either sldo.
.Inst go ahead and make overy day
yield results. Don't bo the least bit
timid about asking anyone to subscribe
to The Mirror. You aro giving them
tho beat newspaper value for their
money they ever had.
Instead of asking thnni for a favor
you aro doing them a favor to got
thorn to tako The iMIrror. Go to bus
iness and (professional men In nil
walks of life. They won't sidestep you
for you represent a strong organiza
tion nnd they will be glnd to pay six
months or a year In advance for The
iMIrror. If they ore already subscrib
ers and pay for It weekly, ask them.
to pay a year In advneo. They aro
not going to try to do without tho pa.
per that "prints nil tlto nows. Tackle
every ono you meet nnd sco what a
harvest of tblg votes you can reap.
Don't wait until tho end. but get busy
Tho voto cast" yestorday for both
tho ladles and gentlemen was very
light. IMrs. Victor Jump carried off
tho voting honors for the ladles nnd
Oeorgo Clark for tho men.
Today will bo a very llvo day, as
most of tho contestants will -poll a
good sized vote for Saturday.
fPho public Is watching the dally re
sults of the contest with Increasing
BE SUItE TIIVP YOIIU COUPONS
AltW PROPERLY TILLED OUT OU
5F UNSIGNED ARE PLACED IN
AN ENVELOPE UPON WHIOII YOU
HAVE WRITTEN YOUR NAME
AND THAT OP YOUIt ORDER.
RULES AiND IRBGULAmiONH.
Candidates must be members of a
regularly organized lodge, club,,
church, labor, literary or social or
ganization. The voting will be by ballots
clipped from the Mirror and voting
certificates Issued with pciUl-In-ad-vance
subscriptions to tho Mirror
Each ballot clipped from tho paper
will coun, ono vote for tho woman
or man named .thereon when re
ceived at tho otflco before date ot
Niuno of Organization.
VOID AFRER JULY II.
Namo of Organization
VOID AFTER JULY II.
!4feitafe'-fe4fe4fAwatfi'''' tiiaAitetiii'c.t,toi..A hMf. liiL, , r'WiW4te4Jt i.Jklv
Tho influenco ot tho Player pluuo iranMHcmo so far-reachlug
nnd Its possibilities so well known, that It Is anSohi story to say that
I. enables anyono to master and on Joy the piano without Ihu study ot
finger technique. And yet this wonderful Invention never, 'reach f d Ilfl
greatest jicrfccthiu until recently. This- plnyef1 has foutures that aro
quite new and unlike any othors. Its action gives the velvety touch
of tho human finger of an artist. Its operation la easy Viifjuh for n
child, and It Is ho simple that durability In assured. It supplies nt
once tho trained flnge.rs of the master ivnd supplies them to a per
son vjio has had no musical Instruction. And It Is so completely
under the tempi ramontnl control of the jiprformor . that hut moods aro
as certainly transmitted through the parjn1f "if ho 'played by hand.
It will bring tho world's! best mil Htclnto the lodgo room where tho
piano has ben closed, nnd mako thai InsjrfonoiU your obedient sor-
expiration given on the ballot
Each day. the date of the expiration
of tho ballots Is changed.
No employe ot tho Mirror can bo
como a candidate for the honor and
No extra copies of the Mirror will
bo printed for sale of tho coupons
which they pontnlu.
In tho event of n tic notweou the
candidates for tho diamonds, the
value ot such will bo equally divided
Dally Mirror 10 weeks by carrlor
Dally Mirror 15 wueks by curujer
Daily Mirror 20 weeks by carrier
Dully Mirror 1 year by carrier
Daily Mirror I months by malt
Dally Mirror (1 months by mall
Dally Mirror 1 jear by mall
Weekly Mirror 1 year
OLD SUBSCRIPTIONS Oil RENEWALS,
10 weeks by carrier
15 weeks by can lor
2(5 weeks by carrier
Daily Mirror I year by carrier
Dally Mirror 4 months by mall
Dally Minor i months by mall
Dally Mirror 1 year by mall
Weekly Mirror 1 year by mail
Notlco la heieby given that tho
following accounts li wo been filed In
the Probate Court within and for tho
County of Marlon nnd Slate of Ohio
Ifor settlement," nnd that said accounts
will bo for hearing In said Piobato
Court on ,
TUESDAY, AUGUST ITU, A..I)., 100S.
Administrators ami Exocutoiv-
1. PIrst and final nccount of jMina
Salisbury, lExecutrlx of the estate of
Alfred M. Sllsbury, deceased.
2. First and final account of
John L. Itosnncrans and S. E. Itos.
encrans .administrators or tho estate
of S. P. nosencrans, deceased.
3. 1'lrst and final account of Ed
ward E. Powers, oxocutor of tlio es
tato of Susan A. Power, deceased.
rl. Flnt and final account of
Reuben S Wynn, administrator of tho
estate of John Wynn, deceased.
5. Sixth account of Joan Illa'nd,
executor of tho estate of John Hland
0. First and flnnl account of
Chnrles 0-. Schneider, executor of the
will or John Schneider, deceased.
7. Flrnt nccount of Wllholmlna
Flechtnor, oxocutor of the ostnto of
Oottlirb Plcchtner, deceased.
S. First nnd final account or WU
llnm Klnnaman, administrator or tho
estnlo of Lnvlna 11. Oatchell, de
ceased. !), 1'Irst nccount of Kilali Tylor, ad
mlnMrator of tho estalo of Itozina
d0. Pli'st and final account of Isa
iah Tyler, administrator of tho cselnto
of Emanuel Knachol, deceased.
11. Second account of John Itflloh,
ardt. guardian ot Carl 5JIeg nnd Walt
er Zlog,, minors,
12. Pli?at and final account 'Of
Pred'C. Lutz, guardian of William
OF AND ON DISPLAY AT G. W.
between them, ojfc-a trophy of tho
same character and value ot that
offered will be awarded to each.
Tlio Mirror ret'erves" tho right to
roject the name ijt auy Individual
It may sea ft.
AT NO TIME DURINO THE CON
TEST WILL THE ABOVE ECHED
ULE OP VOTES BE OirANOED.
Certificates for a lady or gentle
man contestant will bo Issued with
paid-in-advance rocclptn for subscrip
tions as forio,wfl:
$1.00 MO votes
?1.C0 500 votes
2.M) 1000 votes
?H.00 ...I. 2G00 votes
$1.00 aoo votca
?i.r.o noo votes
$3.00 ,.,...! !,. 1000 votes
$1.00 ' ' 300 votes
: 1KU votes
$1.50 250 votes
$2.50 500 voto3
? 1260 votes
$1.00 ,.., 150 votes
$1.50 250 votes
$3.00 GOO votes
$1.00 150 votes
d.'l. First account of Elizabeth
Keehler, guardian ot Louisa Cull and
John Cull, mtnoro,
14. Fourth nccount' or C. 0. Iteicli
ardt. guardian of AVllnm Helchardt,
Wllda Helclinrdt, Phreneo Rulchirdt.
Carl Relcho-rdt and Clifford ltelch
15. Second and final account of C.
II. Topllff. guardian ot Flo-vd Tonllff
and Lena Topllff, mliiOis.
1C. First account of It. It. Davids,
trustee of Anna 13. Moyer.
117. Fifth account ot J. M. Mon
nott, gunullnn of John Mnikey, an
Exceptions to any of tho abovo
named accounts must bo filed on or
before Siturd.iy. tho 1st day or Aug
ust. A. D., 1008.
0 II FOSTER,
ad In Tho 'Mirror Want
Low Fare to Atlantic City,
TJie New Cape May, and
Eight Other Occan.Resorts
,ik Pennsylvania l.liieTklctAi;entfordi;tali
Ercd Ulack lo A, (.'. Allen, one lot.
In Marlon, $t'.0O.
John DeTurk to Ailiun Hoyr,
four (teres in Pleasant townshll.
.1. 11. Dwyer to Cliarlcs Hunter,
lot In Marlon, $200.
(icorgo 'P. (leran to Sarah A.
Swan ton, lot in Marlon, $3',.
Lewis ilimthaway to Alice llus-
Islrtr, thrco lotH In Agostii, $70(1.
Oliver W. Ilyto to Stephen A.
Ilyte. lot In Marlon, $225,
Jones and Wilson to K. C. Van
Atta, lot in Marlon, $2,100.
Ilunnah ICraner to J. I), llnwer,
let In Waldo, $50.
Hannah Krancr to W. II. Kraner.
lot in Waldo, $50.
Philip Ijoyer to Ellahelh Moyer,
tart of one lot In Marlon, $2,200.
J. ,V. MacKcn to Allia II. IIIi'p.
lot In Marion, $200.
Kiitli Prlco t AVllllam D. Pi Ice,
lot in Lnltuc, $25,
Lenox Kebor to (leoii?e E. Sal
mon, two lots In Marlon, $3,000.
William Rutherford to Freder
ick Wench, lot in Three Ixtcust.
Samuol N. ltlzor to J. L. Rlor
eighty-one acres In Ilnnlln nnd Mar
lon counties, $1.
Florence F. Smith to Em ma D.
Seller, lot In Marlon, $15C
Daniel Unenpher to Dora E. Un
oapher, lot In Murion, $:,.,l'""
Earl C. Van Moter to Jones and (
Wilson, part of two lots In Marlon
Clam iE. Wllhelm to A. 1 Uoiie.
dli;t, tliuH) lots In Mat Ion, $2,500.
Jennie Wntkliu lo llerthn Hob
erts, lot in Piospect, $333.3'.t.
Hou'se Made In Factories.
It Is curious to read ot houses as
articles, of expoit. Vet tho niunufue
turo and shipment of houses fotui an
Important Industry lu Scandluavia.
Thcio aro enormous timber mills near
Stockholm at which wooden houses
aio mado by the bundled for all paits
of tlio world. Thoy aro constiucted
In sections for convenience ot car
riage, so that on thulr anlval at tlio
places whore thoy aro to bo orectetl
the parts can bo fitted together. Thoy
mo npt mero sheds or "shanties," but
elegantly consti noted residences suit
able for ' tlio Kummor dwellings ot
the woll-to-do. Hunting lodges, school
bouses, public hnlls, and other stiuc
litres aio Included amongst tho pro
ducts of tho Swedish factories.
Bank of England Notes. .
Tho Hank of England note is not
of the snmo thickness throughout. It
is thicker lu tlio left hand coiner, so
us to lotaln u kccitei impression ot
the vignette thoro and It Is ulso
thicker in the dnik shadows of tlio
cenler letters ami beneath tho figures
at tlio ends, Counterfeit noteH aro
(bus quickly detected, us they aro In
variably of tho santo tlckuess through
M If .!,. . 1M
Tor BPaco occupied, tor nrchl tecturat design, for nrtlstiu appear
ance, for use and musical catlsfac tion, this is practically thu world
known Sterling piano, but having ingeniously concealed fllthltx iho
case tho matchless Sterling plnno player.
In tills r-omblittd Instrument jou have the upright piano to play
by baud as always w'tbout anything to alter Its appearance practically
or re.it Imontally, yet wlh the nd dltlonal advantage of music-roll
plnjln-?, which enables any member of tho 'odge to master the piano
wlthou'v knowing a note of music. There Is nothing to attach or do
taih The music roll and keys may bo iivtl at tho Eame Umo. Tlio
pedal t aro put In action or hidden from sUht by a single movement
of tin- lt. The plnno can bo tuned by nny ordinal y tuner without bay
Ing to remote player par's. Tho whole action Is so slmplo that a
child nny change from one opera tlon to nnother. It i tho highest
achievement ever att'ilnd In an Instrument combining, player -and
Th Licorice Plant.
Out' enilro llcotico supply about
two inlllloitH tlolhtrs worth yeatlj
comet, from tho cotuitrlou burdcimg
on tho Medltorrnucnn.
Most people tlilnh that llcortco
LomCs fiom tlio wooden twigs ctnd
branches of u tree. Hut In icnlltj
tin llcorlco toot Is the toot part
of a cry protty, dainty plant, which
has buantlfiilly shaped leaven titat
die colored bright green on ono sldf
ami pale silvery green on tho other.
The llcorlco plant Is a percnuini,
and In England, whore tttoy nro trjlng
to inuko an industry ot raising ll, the
experimenters plant It In rowu bo
twecu calibagcs and potatueu.
The Candle Nut.
This nut is a native of tho Pnoiflo
Islands, anil Hie name la derived from
the fact that the kernels ttre t,o full
ul oil Hint whin dried thoy can In
stuck on reeds and used as candlon
Tho pooplo of Hawaii, after having
toasted UiL'Hu nuU and reim-wl tU
uliolls, reduce the kernel to a paste
which, when flavored with peppet and
salt, is Biild to ho n most uppoiUIng
dish. The IiiikU uf the mil and the
gum which exudes from the inn luvo
tnodli'In.il values, hllo the Inn tied
shell is used to tnalte an indelible
ink with which tnttouliig I J done.
Cats on Ocean Liners.
Evoty large ocean Unci canying
pnbbcngcrs always lias on hnatd from
hlx to ten cats, thoso being appor
tioned to various pnits of tlio ship, as
woll as appearing lu tho essel's
boolts as legnrd the rattens they diaw.
A few ol tho flrst clues' Milocm cats
havo become quite celebrated, espe
cially In tho long-voyage boats that
go lo India ami Australia. Large
bums hao been offoicd for ono &a
loon cat on a great Hue,
Auctions In Japan.
They have a cpicer way of holding
unctions in Japan, and these affalts
aro ontitely without nolso. Tlio auc
tioneer puts up tho object to bo sold
uiiil asks for bids on it. Each bidder
then writes his highest prlco on a
bit of paper and deposits it lu a box.
Tho box Is 'opened und tho object giv
en to the one who has olfured tho
most for It.
Lord Curzon's Writing.
Lord Cordon's -wilting was so bad
at Oxfoid that when ho wroto to a
iclutlvo and to a frloud with whom
ho was wont to bo candid about that
rolatUo'a shortcomings und put tho
letter In the wrong envelopes no harm
icsitlted. Ills kinsman couldn't read
the letter, but surmised It must bo
a request for monoy und sont a chock
Characteristics of Elephants.
A 1 m nl at olephants Is usiutlly
one family, and similarity of features
can bo traced In thorn wltji eano. Ob
sorvatlnust hno bliowu that In ono
Lord of twoiity-otiu the tiunk of each
was long, tho same breadth through
out, and not tapoiod to a point. In
another of thirty-five tho oyos of nil
wine ot one color.
1 1 Mtu. a ' tot't&&eaki&&'&
Injustice In Army fromotionv. '. .
We fep all around us In the servlrtM
today tho unhappy results of the sel
ection pilnclplo. Until the promotion"
ot Lieutenant-Colonel (leorge Crook
lu 1873 to the grade of llrlgailler-Oen
oral for eeeptionally brilliant, merlt-
oilniis and long continued work-
I against Indians promotion by selec
tlon from juniors was never dreamed t
of In our little, hard worked but spied5"1
did mid contented army.
Since the Spanish war promotion
bv selection has become the custom, ,
And who selects and who nreseiectedlr
It Is not those whom fortune has plan
od under tho eye of nnd In personal'
contact with tho authority having llfri
temporary power to seleiT: the one"
who has the good lurk to be pluced
j at tho time whore his nrthlty. energy,,
unnuincan .11111 iiim?vn i-uii uiliir-sn
his deserts on tho selecting power.
r -" 'iu made,"'
ttiui j. H. ih i. .mm in' those others
of equal It not greater activity? , '
The Cowardly Mountain Lion.
Many attempts have been mado to
hold up tho mountain Hon as u trim'
linn In point of bravery and courage,
Bios dairies P. Holder, In The Trav
.I Magazine, but the consensus of op
inion Is, of those who havo hunted It,-,
.hat the mountain lion Is a coward,
that the Instances where It lias attack
ed man nro er few and far between.'
Almost any nnlmnl will fight when"
cornered like a rnt, or In defenso ot Its'
oung, but the mountain Hon has, at,
least to my knowledge, .never been
known to chargo a camp of men,
though I do know an Instance where
u cougar swam to a small key In Flor
ida and sprang into a camp and stole'
a pig that was being used as a lure,
taking tho nnlmnl from among the,
hunters who wero demoralized by tho,
appaient courage of tho beast,
Tlio proof ot n faith Is not In Its
prestlgo, but In Its present power, 1n
From tho grind of drudgery comes,
at last tho glorious divine spark. , j
Our Shoes give com
fort anri service, without
sacrificing one iota of
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