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Sheriffs Sale Of
Cwolio.iisna . ,,
TheFuhejr Hanking Company, llullfT,v.
Kdward B. Moon, ot nl Dcfondnnt,
Upon pt Common ptcns ot Mitrion ,County,
in pnrsua'W ofVnocdor o' ' fr6nafrt
Court ta.nie itlrtfted I win exponoJO side, At
SnblliTautUtfa, Ht.tho Door of ihn. Court
lotw la MrKn, Mnrlou County,, Ohio, an
' the Milt dirt of Mb? A.l). l(K)V,nl9iO'oloqk.
P.-M-, ths folkming dcmcrlticd lekl.cntMe,
situate In the County o( Mntlon aliti tutv of
Ohio, and In the City ol Mnrlou to-wti .
Known Hi being K0 foot off of tho wMt
ftpdof lot numbur :Mxlyslx hundred and
neVftnly'Mx (waj In Parry Jonrn anil Wll
kon'i first addition to tho City or Mnrlotii
beinRatrnot of iaml, foetin width by
100 tent In depth, , , ,
Hald Protnteeii appralxed nl 13M,
Tarms of inlo, cash. ,
HyO. llreen Deputy,
, . Hhcrlff Marion County, 0.
Bchofleld, Durfcs & ccollcld, Attorney.
4.90-At.ll &. w
ftticeto Prospective din
?'" ' didateb. !
iA'M thoao. wbo oxpect io bo oandl
dalcM,fcn "fe'&thor tho Republican or
tDoihacraltlo tldKaba for any df tho
elective oOTces, to bo flUdd at tile
iNoVmrtbtir election ( hitch us niunlol
JVal'nrid toViishlp, lndlUuling boards
Vtv cddtatilda ahd "" lurid nppralsorH,
lmuU( accuron Olank from this board,
. afttl feat Alio ittgitaUires of at leaul
2 per cent'' of tho party voto for tho
roapoatilrO on'tecs fdr which said per
sons desire tii' UJO Ta candidate.
TiJoso'tiapora ihUBt'bo flcd in tlio
fuffteo df thfa Hoa'rU' lif least 20 days
Ibcfbr'o thli datS at fho primary oloc
HiOh, "frhUch Is Bcti'tdMier ttli.
llib nlbovo 1s nocossary in orilor
tllal your narlio' may' bo ptaccd on
TdiQ jrlnuiny ballot,
' (Noinlnatloii blanlra can bo secured
at any tlmo by applying to 3. II.
(DcUons, Clerk. I ' ' "',
iBy; onlcjr ot itoard of Elootlons of
iMtyrlbn county, Obid.
' ' . d, ll. DoLONa, ClerTt.
8ome Golf Term-.
ADDRESSING THt BAU
,1 k Getting a Start.
' "Difl you neenre tickets for tho piny.
nubby?" inquired the Now York wife.
I'l, bear they arri:ln demnnd."
i "Tbiey,'are(',but I mauosed to got
ieats'-fdi1 two months from tonight.
And, ny tho. Wny" ,,
'Tdu might begin to get ready .now."
wKsnsns City Journal.
:' j ' Th Annual Rooter.
"Do yow know the dlfforonco bo
iwocu nn optimist and ft pessimist?"
i "Yes, indeed," answered young Mrs.
jjorklns. "All I hnvo to do to sco the
ifferetjc ls-t6 6bs6rvd Charley ht tho
titglnnlng nnd at tho end of a baseball
4easoo." Washington Sfnr.
i! Jha Unhdnortd Prophet.
'A visitor to Carjyle'a blrth'placo back
In the Bercfittts said to ft tiatlrd:
"Smart man, that Thomas Carlylc,"
"Him arjlart7 Why, I went to sku
The soul Is tho percclrcr nnd reveal-
r " i-nui -
( OHC (ttv! ff CAM CQ 2STi"N
( 550 .IMtOS Y0$ MiTM MY J
VACKIhiT TMI ViiKDJ I nm&Hift ON
, WE L'g
KtCtllVINC A. STROKE
- n.i.r That kill..
&, - pojj 0y(,f said tho 'beneficent
ji delcrymnn, who had ericouritcred a
" youprf .vUf' .Sobbing- In t(io streets,
"wliflt.ftiifl Toil? Rninn raaa.nt .lira
distress has'toucUed your hcai chords
"i " "Noi" sniffed tho nd; "you're
tt yOtlf'tjaUbla kaioozlckk' U
"nippy on' de rest of do fellies tin
canrifd th msngy ord yellow cUr ur
it fiobwartz'a gtocery, an while oW
(ihwartr. nn' do gang1 followed At
4$og I sneaked back to do grocery to
swipe" dried applos. Ds Fldo chased
Into gcbmltt'fl orchard, nn' do ganp
irlbbed do swellcst peaches you over
Men, an' den dey smoked graiievlnr
Hgarotte nnd set tho barn afire, 1
iaade a enshav into db nbnlo barrel nl
')e grocery, nn' d6 delivery boy pasted
e with n bed smt, an It hurts yot.
n' I didn't got to see de flro an' dldn'l
et nothln' to ent, an' I wlsht I win
end "doggone It nllt" UoUomlan Mug
Charging the Enemy
fiy MARTHA M'C.WIULIAMS.
Old Gib fcftoll went Swinging and
stuhiplng upon his crutches down'thi
street; nnd ur tho steps of his store. It
was tbo biggest storo In town, though
not tho smnrtor. Joe Uecnnm, who
had opened up the spring boiore, jttst
across the street, was running old Gib
hard In grocrt;ies and hardwaro nhd
IcaVlllg hltn out of sight when It cntno
to knlcklctincks r dry goods puro nnd
A man who half know looked after
61d Gib, then across rtt tlld sign of His
yohng rfVnl, and inur taurcd'hitlf to him
self, "U'hnt a pltyl" Another man
who know also looked, listened to tho
cxclnm'ntlon nnd answered it, sticking
out his chin ns ho spoke, "Hotter Bay,
'What a sharael'"
"What's n shnme, doc?" n third said,
coming up behind them. Dr. Waters
smiled half grmly. "I'm not quite
sure. It secm3 .to,ibo the hitch In tho
courso of a truo lpvc," ho answered.
, Lew Ilnync, tho, man who had spo
ken first, shook lis hend energetically.
''l meant that poor old fellow's legs,"
ho said. "I suppose, doc, It's certain
he'll nover wnlk again."
"NOW youvd got me," tho doctor
protested. "I'd risk my professional
reputation that fall 'he got On the sleety
pavement did no worso harm to his
shrunken shanks than baric thorn up
pictty generally. Thcro were, bruises,
of course, nnd on the shoulder nnd sldo
as well. I told him he'd be out and
about In plenty of tlmo for tho Christ
mas tindc,tbut from the first ho stood
mo up nnd' down that he'd never take
another steady sjcp, and so far, I'm
hound to ndmltt he was right. There's
nothing' on enrth tho matter with bis
legs nothing nt Icnstthnt I or tho oth
er doctors enn see. Against that there
Is tho fact that tho minute he tries to
stnnd on them they do tho joint rule
act double under hint ns though they
hndn't strength to bear up n spider.
The trouble must lio in tho nerves. If
that's what you meant, I ngreo with
you that It's a pity, I thought you
had reference to tho trick he's played
"What it lt?'v nsked Mqrton, the
thlr,(l of the group "You know I've
been nwny six months, Tell me nil
"Not muolt to lelf," Dr. Waters said.
"You know Florrlo Krcll"
"I ought to, considering sho sent me
away," Morton broke In ruefully.
"You don't mean Joo Is gone on her
lllto the rest of ts7 I thought"
"Yon'vo hit. It," tho doctor said. "Joe
did stand out mighty veil ngnlnst the
provnlllng Infection, but n man nevor
knows whnt's coming to hltn until it
llts him squnro In tho fncc.C
"Lord! To think of Joe, tho 'bomb
proof,' wo called him!" Merlon chuc
kled. "How did it hoppon? Tell me
nil nbout it"
Mb'rton, n newly evolved drummer,
had given what ho would have called
"a comprehensive order." Dr. Waters
also chuckled ns ha answered, nodding
his bond by wny of emphasizing his
points: "Well, you soe, It's this wny:
The hour struck for Joo uJien ho saw
Florrlo l"zcll swirling- around, n bluo
tarjatnn angel, In n waltz with Dob
Acton-nt tho I'nlton's party. Plorrlo's
n pretty girl anyway you seo her.
That night sho was particularly fetch
Ing. Hut that wasn't tho tiling. I In
sist Joe's tlmo had come. Ho knew it.
Soon ns tho units? whs over ho froze
to Florrle-dldn't get n yard 'away
from her nil tho evening."
"It was a freezing time, ns I.rcmonv
qert" Low Uayno Interrupted, with n
iMigtiT-'indlnn summer up to dusk,
then n cOld rnln that turned to sleet
In short order. Sny, didn't old Gib gel
his fall that very night?"
''I'm coming to that if j'ou'll wait,"
tho doctor ran on. "I tell jou that wns
a sleet to remember. Joe, of course,
wouldn't let Florrlo walk home, though
tho Kzcl housals only six blocks from
the rnttons'. No. slree! Ho telephoned
for the (lnest tig nt tho liver stable
and bundled nil that bluo tarlatan In
t ns snug ns you please. I heard Flor
rlo protesting that sho 'ought really to
wait for papa, but wo. all persuaded
Ijer napa wouldn't think of risking
himself upon pavement Hko glass. We
ought to havo known bolter. Old Gib
nlwny does tho thing that any other
man would let alone."
"Bet i bat, ho came," Morton said,
chuckling inoro thnu over.
"You win from yourself," Dr. Wa
ters nuswered, "Ho came, ho dldn'l
co his daughter, he went back swear
ing like a trooper, though ho Is a dea
con, and, ho fell right before Mas(cr
Joo's lino rfg, coming back from leav
ing Miss Florrlo safe at tho gnto.s Of
courso Joo picked him up and carried
lilm home. Equally, of course, old Gib
bates him for doing It, Hy the tlmo 1
got to him next morning ho wns fully
persuaded Joo was nt tho bottom of
his fall, with Florrlo as accessory; said
they ran away nud left him, hoping
he'd break his neck, so Joo could hae
both his daughter and his store. You
know ho didn't, tnko ovcrklndly to
"That ho didn't! Why, ho oven wrote
to our credit man to keep n peeled oye
on Joe," Mertou interrupted.
"That's Ilko him," Dr. Waters snld
"I toll you, boys, natiiro must wprk
ajong n certain lino of compensation.
I'm suro sho shipped Jnto old Gib nil
IK.. ...,nll ..,.,..,... ,1... iA it . '
i,v ouifit uii-tiiiiiuooun uuv lu lvu Kill
orations of Ezells it may oven be
Fw v ' "0
three. Ills father.TV(i's n "fine mnn, and
,hls daughter is Just ns gopd a womah
ns ever was ninae,"
"About Joe, now?'" McrtOh queried,.
Dr. Waters frowned.
r'Joo courted Flot
oo courted Florrlb with such n
rush thnt In a week they woro en-
gaged. Then, he went right, la to old
nna una, it out with mm: tpld lim
iliont himself nnd his business, In
nna out, up and down, but tho sub
sfanca of It was he. wanted 'Florrle for
his wlfo nnd would do" whatever old
Sib said jf only ho could get her. And
leh the owl icrtfcodile Vretfendcd to
ery,' snld Flo'rfjc was all InVuffd to live,
fgrj lift hoped; Jqc wouldn't prcis him
for nri" answer then, nor, Indeed, talk.
6f ah cngafcbmcnt until ho. was cither
dead or himself ngnfh. You Know how
soft hearted old Joo Is.. nnd bow hp
hangs on to his word onco ho passes
It. Of course he promised, never mis
trusting tho old wretch was plnylng
him. So there you nro! Florrle's wor
rying nnd losing color 'because Joo
only speaks when they pnSs by, but
doesn't come to tho house. Joe's nliou,
desperate, nnd old Gib Is fattening nnd
getting ten enri younger pn splto
and crutches. What tho end. Is "to bo
nobody qnu guess,"
"Can old Gib be shamming?" Morton
asked. Dr. Waters shook his head. "I
thought so nt first," ho said. "But if
ho is it bcats anything In tho books.
There's certnlnly nothing wrong with
his legs, except that they're n bit flni
by. It's tequnlly ns- corjnlu, he can't
wnlk on tbcn. I think sometimes he
has hypnotized himself. If It. wns Just
deceit nnd whnt I call cusscdrtess, I
would hnvo been nblo beforo this to
take him oft bis guard."
"Well, I can' at lenst go over and
condole with Joe," Morton snld, step
ping across the street. "And mnybo
sympathy will be worth nn order," dio
called back over hls.shouldpr as ho
struck tho store steps.
x ' '
Although It was Into March it wns
still nipping cold. "A icd tire rdnred In
tho base burner Insldo old Gib's store,
Old Gib blmsqlf snt close beside It, is
evo ranging nil tho miscellaneous mer
chandise which crowded, sholcs nnd
floor. His three clerks had been on
tho Jump all mornlhg, but toward noon
there came a lul. He was about ,to
send two of them oft to dinner when
tho door opened wldo .and Morton
camo through, with Joo Bccnaiu In bis
wako und'Dr. Waters nnd Lew Bnync
mnrcblng sqlemn)y behind, .lop's fnco
wns white, his eyes brilliant, his flguro
ttmsd In every line. Indeed, Im looked
desperate, nnd bis volcu rang bard us
ho snld, stopping short three, fvot
"Mr. Ezcll, I hnvo cbmo to nsk yoit,
hero In the presence of these witnesses,
to release mo from juy promise. You
kow well bow It wns glvpn with a
total nilsnppielionslon pf tho truth."
"Yoir menu you want to tnko my
dnughtcr as well as my trado and leave
me. a cripple, to stnrvet" old Gib
Joo sot his teeth. "I menu nothing
of tho sort!" he snld. ,"GIvo nio your
daughter nnd n,ur Ipmo shall bo yours.
I will serve nnd enro for yoti ns 1
would for my owrt father."
' "You won't get tho chance," old dlb
Joo half turned to .his friends nnd
whispered sepulchmlly: "Go away!
"Going to murder me, hey?" pld alb
Joo stood very straight. Tbo others
bad slunk tqward tho door, with tl..
awed clerks huddling nftor. They
heard Joq shout:
"It Is not murder! I shall give my
llfo to free Florrlo from your Intolera
Then they saw hlra fling wido t!o
storo t door nnd daSh into If wK tt
seemed llko several pounds of gun
J powder. ,,
Old Gib saw It too. With one wild.
wnooping yell he leaped rrom his chajr
regardless of crutches, of ovorytulpg
hut flight, rushed nlrtdly for tho door
darted1 through It and did not; pnu;.
until ho cam?" panting, and tremblibg
to his own gate". As'heclurig there
tho others overtook hlra, ns hrcathlcis
ns hlmsolf betwixt running and laugh
ing. Dr. Wnters mado a low bow. "If I
had thought tbreo pounds, of blnck
sand would bo so effectual I would
have had you well long ago," ho snld.
Merlon dragged Joo forward. -"If
you want to kick anybody, kick mo,"
ho said to old Gib. "I put this lad,"
pajtjng Joe's shoulder, "up to playing
you that trick."
"nmnph! I knew ho didn't lino the
brains for It himself," old Gib sported.
Hut, thoitgh ho had found his legs, ie
wrta nonp tho less old Gib. Tho fact
was proved by his letting Joo and
Florrlo marry almost out of hand and
presenting them with both his store
nud hla blessing.
Water Vapor on Mara.
Tho much debated question of tfie
exlstenco of water apor In tlfo atmos
phere of Mars appears to have been
settled In thu ufllrmatlvo by the obsqr
rations of V. M. Sllphcr, corroborated
by thoso of Drj F. W. A'cry, who esjl
mates that Mars has In Its atmosphere
about "fi per cent moro wntpr vapor
(hnn exists hi thp air pver Flagstaff,
Ariz., in the month of January, lie
Sllphcr JonLiudes that .these observa-,
tlpmr fnvor the qw Hint tho white'
enfis about minis' poles afo composed
of snow rather than of hoarfrost. I'M
prevalent conditions on Mnrs, snyt,
Dr.J-Very, nio tho3o of a mild but doa
ert-'cilmnte, snch ns Professor Perclval
(.owcll has nsserlvd oxlsts there,
A 8lmpler Way.
"Of colirso sho'll bicnk his will?"
"No, He didn't mako nny."
"Thnt's right. She got nil tho stuff
nwny from him beforo ho died."
Claelunil l'lali Dealer.
Not Very Qooi.
Tae,man who is good oulr whll ka
dig vttk4 tajwrtirnrtt ',
'big AWd lit'tls1 Noafes,
Mrt. Edith Wharton's acidulous
Ajmthefcnt cuts deeply Into modern
Vanity. She said this was a dhy of
)lttlo noses, Intending to imply thereby
that It was ft day of Hltlo men and
ilttlo doods.' It Is very har,d on nn
ago which boasts Its aggrcs&lvo quali
ties and claims to bo flllod with th
blggestl tl,lnKs 'lone since creation.
What would Mis, Wharton havo tho
nion of her tlmo do? Wear beaks llko
tho Andlgcna toucan, and build va
cuum rannls to tho moon, perhaps.
But docB a noBo really signify any
thing? Opo hears ot tho predatory
nojjc(j4and reads thai It Una a hook
like ah caglq's benk nd oius In A lip
Hint! looks, as it It wbro ntndq 16 tent
th)rigijs 'Thcre Is iiiw (hp cifprgctl6
nos'c, that la high nt the bridge nnd
broad across, firm ut Iho "point ahd
Ho'rlnB Of nbstrll a very prohionlory
qf p6vpr Then thero Is Iho frvllous
ndse, with, its concao hrfUgQahd tilt
ed tip; the bulbous tioso; tho long,
thin, scythc-Hk'o hOsc;, tho billhook
nose and tho organ of ucgeueritty, n
fiosu Shaped like n mlnl.ilufe dUmpet.
Aro thesp really slglhinraht In thorn
s61vc, dr d6 wc rend. Hlgntfliiirifo in
to them, from tho suggestions they
enkindle within otir Inclination?
It vlll rrqulio no more thnn a su-,
pcrflcinl study io convlnco Mrs.
Wliartop And .all the worshllwio cf
big noses that,, jhoshapo and size ot
the no)o nfo racial characteristics,
rather than Individual. If If. wtro
not so, wb would havo a right to ex
pect tbo men with the biggest noses
to' accomplish the greatest deeds, to
evolve tlio profoundest thoughts, to
roncclvo and execute the finest art.
Many great men havo owned great
iiopcs, but it will bo found in general
that it van becauso they camo of
races whlph rnn'to the hlg-poB typp.
It Is true that Caesar, Dante, and
Wellington wcro men magnificently
equipped. with nasal features, but tho
Roman, Italian nnd Anglo-Saxon peo
ple have a prediction for largo noses.
On the other hand Jcnghlz Khan was
piobably hb great a F.oldlcr as Caeser,
Confuslus greater philosopher thnn
Machlavclll, nnd Attila an much of a
swaggering fighter as any English
man. Thcro Is no reason to supposo
thnt cither of these tremendous fig
ures In the 'world's history was pos
sessed of distinctively larger noses
thnn tjio average ot his conntrymen,
and smrfll nosci) aro essentially char
acteristic of tho Mongol ahd Tuiaulan
But whnt constitutes a Inrgo nose?
Tho term ns commonly used general
ly icfers moro to form than? actual
bulk, ll Is( customary to speak ' the
high-bridged nose as largo and of tho
flat nose ns small. It this Is to bo
the mcnnlng accepted hy tho Idolaters
of tho "grc.it, aflstocratlc nose," thnu
wo hi.iy look Tn nln to find figures
bbailng this Index of power among
Teutons, Scandinavians, Busshias,
amoks, Chlnet-a nnd nlbcr rnrqs
aragpg whom thnt Interesting .feature
of tho faco Is inclined o curvo Inward
rather than outward. But thp old
tforsoman wns aa, predatory, for all
his dished nope, as was over tho
humP-bcaked Iloninn or o) chrrttaln
of tho Sioux. kobcofr, with his lit
tle button of n nose, nnd Bismarck,
wjth one scarcely moro promlnoht,
were Ob powerful figures us Gladstone,
w-hosu great iiom Jutted out from be
tweep Ills eyes Hko nn Improsnublo
capo between twx glistening bns.
Sp that It will not do lo Judge of
mpp by their noses. Thcro Is a btow
nhovp thnt featuio that tounls moro
thnn It, niirl on each side a Very win
dow, ot the will. It Is put of these
thnt tbo real man looks. Washington
Tho Thlrti Way.
The Mldjand express wns slowing up
'In Derby station. An American trav
eler, his finger keeping tho place in his
Bacdokrr, addressed the carriage":
"Can you tell me whether this place
is 'Derby' or 'Darby?' I have beard
"The original an,d thercoro the cor
rectj pronunciation," renjled a prpclso
looking passenger, "K 'Darby.' I havo
seen It spelled 'Darble' on old maps.
It Is also tbo form used in common
"You'll find 'Derby' is right," ro
Jolned n pas&onger, less .precise. "It's
spelled. Ilk 9 thnt, nnd the ploplo up In
tho north of the county say 'Derby.' "
At this point tho train stopped, nud
a porter bawled loudly into tho car
riage, "Dawby!" Manchester Guard
Gold Medal Hour for me
EaBt Buffolo, N. Y.t Juno1 3 Cattle
Nono-heio; domaud light and steady
Pilme stcoia 0,25 7; butchers 4
Veals ltccclpts IGOf 'active Com
mon to choice 0 8 25.
'Shbop nnd lambs Hecielpta 1,000;
steady; lambs 0 8; yearlings 0.50
Up 0.75 j sheep 3 HP 0.50. '
Hogs Itocelpts 3,400; octlvo, york
crs 7.25 7.C0; pigs 7.10,
UNION STOCK YAHD3.
(Union stock Ynrda, Ills., Juno 3.
rhtilo-flteicoliJte 4,50O htcsuiy.
Heovcd, 5.00 7.10 Toxdiis, 4.05
.20; webtorn, 4.05 & 0.E3; fcitafikern
and foedors, 3.0 ($! 5; eowa and
hfi'ifors, 2.fi0 fi.30; calves, p (fj
IHoslB-illu'eljiitH 20,000; stoady,
iLtSht, 7 7.tl5; iouli, 7.20 (Si
7.i yorkew, 7.B0.J1 1,85;, rtxodj
7.J0 & 7.W; htwy, 7 20 - 7.0j;
pig, o d; d.oo. ' '
"Bllcct-iiKofctpta 10,00(1; wciik. Nd
tic, 4 C.W); western 4,20 (3 d,
lalnlljs, 0 qo 8.1o; western, C.2G (ff
Cleveland, Juno y Hogs Receipts
1,500; 10c higher. Mediums and
heavies 7.C0; mixed 7.D5; yorkcrn 7.1&
to 7.C0; lights 7; pigs 0.00 to 7.
Cattle ltccclpts !1 cars; lower.
Lambs Receipts C cats; lower, 7,25
Calves ltccclpts 3.00"; 8.25 lop, ,
I'l t " "
ilMtltillMiiTf l'a.', Juno 3. Cuttle
JWceitpa yghtj tnurket weak.
niogB ItcculpJlB 10 .doiiblcdocks;
juarkct weak. Ucfrvlcd 7.C0;.ncd
(ump, 7.C0; yorkcrs, 7.10 fp'7.50;
pigH, C.80 sT COO.
Bhccii and Infiiiw tilocclptH 8 dou
blodockB; maykot slow ' , j
Chlpngo, Juno 3 .Wheat July
Open 1.10 b-8; closo 1.18 3-1.
September Open 1.10 1-1,' close
Corn July Open fi 1-8; clobo 75.
Spptcmbcr Open 08 7-8; closo 03
Onts July Open G3 7-8; close ii
September Open ii 1-i; closo 11
Pork Septombcr Open 10.75; closo
Lard July Open 11.15; closo 12.00
Bibs July Open 10.25; closo 10;00
September Open 10.17; close 10.02.
Toledo, O., JUno 3 Wheat Cash
1.53 1-2; July 1.20 5-8; September 1.13
December 1.12 3-4.'
Corn Cnsh 77; July 7tf 1-1; Sep
tember 72 5-8; Dcccmbor 50 1-8.
Oats Cash GO; July 55 1-1; Sep
tember 11 3-8; December 15 1-2.
ltyo No. 1, 01 1-2; No. 2, 01; No.
Clo'vcrsccd Cash 0 25; October and
December C.87 1-2; .Miuch C.'J7 1-2.
Prlmo alslkc 7.75.
Prime timothy 1.80.
Butter CrcnmeTy 20; dairy 22.
t OHIOAGO PRODUCE
Chicago, ' Juno 3 Buttoi Cienmciy
oxttas 25; firsts and dairy 21.
Eggs Firsts 19 1-2.; seconds 20
Llv.c poultry Turkcs 15; f(iwlB
It 1-2; ducks 11 1-2; geese 8 o
NEW YORK PRODUCE
INtiw oik, Jine3. D rested
try, wtcidy, uiichungcd.
llutter Finn; receipts
ercaaliery, extra 2(! 3-1; 6tnto
Wi, 21 20; Imitation 21
(133B Easy; receipts 31.175;
am ill -
oy wnuo rmicy, 20 3-i; nrnrtiy
uilxeil fancy, 21 2G; fresh fbsts,
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKETS
Corrected Dally by Ohaa. Tumor A Co
illniitei-ilSc ipor lb. JJ
liggs, 19tf per dozen.
Lard. 9c per lb.
Popcorn 2c. --
Potatoes, per liii., 80c.
Butter, 25c pef lb. . "'
Eggs 22c jier dozen.
Cheese N . Y. Ciciini, 20c per lb
Lard 12 l-2c por lb.
Syrup iOo per gal.
Sugars Cc o Cc per lb.
Tens 40c tti t.O0 per lb.
Vlncgnr 25c por gal.
Unit $1.25 per bhl.
Hntid picked Nttvy Henna 5c per lb
;arollna Head lllcc IOo lb or l'5c.
'racked Homlhy lo or 3 lbs for lfor,
lnrrdwfal Bc.ine 7c lb, or 1 Iba 25a
Lima Beano 10c lb.', 3 lbs. for 25c
Prunes 8 l-'i to 15c lb.
ceded llnlslnslOu and 12 l-2e lb.
Cleaned Currants, 10c per lb. '
1 .' Ml
Marlon B. Pildo, (1-4 Bhl.) 12.00.
Login Tender, (1-4 bhl.) l.S0.
Monaivh, (1-1 bhl.) .t.70.
Carnation (1-1 bhl.') $1.00.
Qlt Edgo (1-4 bhl.) $1.75,
Gold Iedal (1-1 bbl. $2.00.
Sleepy Eye (1-1 bhl.) $2.00.
Golddn Flake, (1-4 bbl.) $1.75. '
Clover Loaf (1-4 bbl.) 14.00.
Graham Flour 25a por sack.
Your opportunities for cheap buy
ng are slipping away.
Help start tho tlilp wo )mvo a bus!
nesu Invcstnient that must sell this
eek thnt has a largo trade It Is a
ostnurant, will sell or trado.
We havo a business to sell that wll
cost ou $700 that will bring from $S
o $1G per day. Ono man can mauagi
t. Seo us quick about it. Will keep
you busy right hore lit town. Rom-
jnbor wo have 8 1-2 acres right Join
ng the city, G room House a nlco
mrn largo chicken and pigeon house
for poultry -raising orchard and .can
all be bdught nt $3000 bargain. We
hav.o 4 ncies ot laud right In town,
5 room house, barn, only $2400. We
have two 6 loom houses Lornof o
Homo and Seranton streets only'$l8o0
theso aro all good bargains. Call at
114 Coutt Bfrdot.
The J.W. Clark
All you need to do when you
want'to insert an adu inifthis,
column is to go to the phone
and call the Mirror- officer
J ' ' I - . -Al w
Phone No. 9.
j- We will collect later.
Mirror Want Column.
WANTED 2 or 3 small washings or
'Work by tho day. Call phono li
ti-Ho. . at
WANTED-iU Hotel Marlon, a wait
ress. . ' It
mVNmiJiD-'A' Girl at Mlko Ellas'
ilco Cream Pallor, 111 S. 'Main
WANTED m exchange a Plnuo,
iworth $75, for a good cow. Ad
dress Box E, Marlon P. O.
WANTED 2o0 nicu nnd boys to
ftnll themselves at Y. M. C. A.
Special "Summer ;MomJberali!p"
June 5 to September 15. Men
$-0, bojs, $1.00. fi-2S-Gl
WANTED 1000 people to buy
Incubators, Broodcis, Poultry Sup
plier and Seeds, (.'omo in and sco
Prnirlo Stnto Incubator In opera
tion. Conbinnera Wlio!oialo Gro
cery, Y, M. O. A. Block, S. State
St. - . 3-11-codli
SALESMEN On "Wcar-1'ioot" Hosi
ery and Underwear direct to Fam--Illcs
Small Capital to Imiullo ordcis
Penuanciit, iiinlitablc business.
Stnto uinnagcifililps ror 'rxpci lunced
men. Iutci national Mill, Phila
delphia, Pa. C-2I-2tpd
FOIl RENT Furnished rooms with
bath, model u lmite all coincul
cnt;s, iwoll louitcd, 12J N. Green
wood Htreot. G-l-0tpd
POIl HDNT A good tuinlwhed loom.
iBath, clwitiic lglit and all modern
t)nvciilcnrcs. Oill iphouu No.
I'OJl KENT S roomed luiiiho on
iMntsh'ul strt'et. Well, cihtern, Iaige
lot. Inquho W. Tluku, 35J Oak
htioet. Phono L 880. 5-2S-3tpd
FOIt KENT 7 room huuso, west side
Klin! sticct, 2ml rioui Chutih.
PosschHlon Jimo 7. Phono II 13SI.
IXWt SALE Good Upright piano.
Willi sell for cash or on pajnientu.
Umiuiio at 33.S Clicstnut St , or
phono 15-50 . G-d-3t
ANGUS CuVTTLE S.VLE"-iW. A.
Noiton. A. AV. Jones nnd J. W.
Jones & Son will offer at Kenton.
Ohio, Juno 2nd, M rcglstoicd Angus
cms and bulli, ikhly bred and
good Individuals For catnlotruo ad
dress W. A. Norton, Kenton, O.
FOIl SALE ilnrrcd Plymouth Hock
eggB for hafhlng. Also a few top-
py polan China boars, ready for
service SchulU Bros. Phone No.
FOR SAKE 1 now liaiotou Stnto
bticct, Jiib-t south of the opera
hoiibo, the finest, most up-to-date
llnd. of Sawing Machines' over
shown In Marlon, also machined
for icnlt. I rapalv all makes of
jnavhines nml luriflsh any pjirt
needed for some. Whlto Sewing
Machino Agency, A. S. Kocler,
LOST JPox-kot book containing $l.G0
In cusl) and check ifpr $137.01,
14 ACRE FARM, looted 6 miles 'north of Marian. All V
provrnent. A BARGAIN. For dcta call ,
BARND NEGOTIATING AGENCY WiBU
, HouScs Farms Local Stocks Rents
,! ' . ut'
Lost cither In cemetery or on road
leading to ccinutcry. Finder re
turn to Adam Klliigcll, Klng'o
Mills, and receive reward.
IXJST A striped groy lady's coat
last Sat unlay night In mitral
lutt of iclty. Reward will "bo
glvcU for Rh rccovc'nyu Finder
phone R-SS1. ' " '(Ji3-2tdltwii
WE DO pixictlmil shoo reiwlrlng for
uhlldreii or. grown tips. Vcrn
Kllngel at Hubbard's Bleyclo shop,
121 S. State. 2-27-fllpd
DIRT-We nre down Io tho original
boil In that cellar. No better dirt
can bo found In Marlon. If joq
need ono or annro loads for flower
Ibcds or lawn, bo quick. Call on
or phono Bain Bros, or F. E.
Sackctt. . C-l-3lpd
MOVING AND "i'RiANSFBR We
clean nnd rcnoato your HUGS
move, crato, store and do transfer
.work ot any kind. Phono 1606.
S. .KNOCH. 8-29-lyr
IP YOU HAlViE SOME'SPAPE TIiME,
wo will pay ion 'n guai-antccd sai
nt y of 15c an hour,, and albo extra
commission. -More tliah a million
people use our goods. Wo want
wen and women upenU in every sric
Cmm to look after this lmlucbs for
us Evpetleneo uniiooes.3ary. lor
pni titulars, write to MoLean, Blaek
& to., Inc. 05 Beverly St., Bos
ton, Mass. lipd
HAVING PURCHASED" fho big brick
rcsldonco property of Tho StotU
Scollcld Land Co., at 213 DulUth
Ao., Scollold Holghts, I havo ex
changed my residence property on
Girard avenuo for two modern
houses on West Columbia SU, be
tween Windsor and Qluey Ave, and
will sfll my Columbia' St. bodies
on most liberal terms. W. SI,
Jackbon. rhoue, office 575.'. Resi
dence, 1217. ' 3-30-tf
DON'T FORUEr EtKIS From Silver
Ijnccd Wi.indottes tlrat prdved
(heir quality by winning 19 prizes
at 'iKniKry bhotw and county fair.
IE. J. Ktiaubs, 118 Chnrlca St.
A FIU-ST OliVSS RES11AURAINT
Paing trade. Tho ownor la coni
ipclled to rhango bu&Incsa. Will
tiade or icll. ace us quick. 114
Court St., Clark Co. Phorie 877.
Tjinlfni- ' " v
Il.ilheil hlifiilts from Gold ftledai Flour
are excellent. BliUKTBi.
WE OFFUH SUBJECT TO PltfOtt
30 Collins Wireless r50
10 United Wiiolosk Pfd 20 00
100 Clnik'a Wlielcss , 80o
2 American Marconf1 1.75
500 Pacific Wheless 1.75
50 Radio Wireless Telephone.. 22.0'J
100 C.inndlnii Mniconl 4... 1.75
100 Gient UiKcs Radio 9 00
1000 American Dororrcst (Commoii).23
1000 Sclby Coiisolldiitcd Mining' 1'JO
1000 Colonial Bullfrog M. Co. 7 l-'-'c
1 Phonollto Novnda Mining Syn. 11.00
WE WILL BUY SUBJEGT V
1000 Lincoln Noviftm M & M.. Offer
2000 U. S. K M"PxIco -r ffi"M Offer
100Q Ruby Mining (WaBh),. , Offer1
b'000 Colonial Bullfrog . - " Offer
Got our Jlsts. Wp buy';iid,iW)ll all
Stocks. , i4
National Hioiog Stock Eickamf,-'
Box 5i . vMnrlon'.'Plild
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