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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNES DAY, JUNE 1, .1910.
Matlnco dally 3 p. in. Special
Saturdny. Chlldreh under
Bill Monday, Tuesday, Wed.
Novelty Atrial Artists
Florence Craig and Boys
Singing and Dancing
Goforth;& Doyle Sketch
Gardner & Martin
Sun- Murray scope
Latest Motion Pictures
Aunt Marria's Substitute
One of those famous Imp comedies
The Love of Little Flora
A diama, a fine exciting story
Two other good films and illus
trated 'song. 4000 feet in all
Tonight at the
Entire change of pictures every
1 'The Power of, a. Smile"
arid another good film.
Song- He's a College Boy
by; Nina .Grimes.
Kalem ., licensed film
The Egret Hunter drama
The Skipper's Yarn drama
Georgia possum Hunt Scenic
Song Miss Darst
Visit the Bijou for tho best of pict
ures, music and singing.
At the LUNA
Mftln St., formerly known ns tbe Cailno.
Tlio last night for that big Scenic
Production, Niagara Falls, it's a
grand sight ami should be witnessed
by all. The Factory Film is good
and on the educational Hue. Just
keep on coining to LUNA, we will
always give you a good show and
never raise the price, Co. Song by
-Mian Lake - "Waltz mo till I'm
Engineers Convention Still
At Work in Detroit.
Detroit, Mloli,, June. 1. The Broth
erhood of Locomotive Engineers' con
vention today continued the election
of officers, cliooslng J. C. Currlu of
KansaH City is second grand assist
ant chief engineer, and Harry Mur
ray, of San Luis Potisl, Mexico, third.
There were twenty candidates for tlio
position of grand guide, now held by
II. Balcer, of ) Columbus, Ohio. It Is
Improbable Blaker will bn re-elected.
It is expectled the next convention
city Vvlll -bo chosen lato this after
noon, and th6 choice at this time
seems to lie (between Chicago and
WANTED A1 middle-aged woman
for light housework. Permanent
posltlqn for right party. Call at
224 west Cjolumbla street. J. U
Sherer. i ..-l-8t
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Biifemrp's RAxrc op hrvtj estatk
Cuho No. 1!!UI5.
Jamas B. Guthery, Plaintiff, vs.
Daniel S. Cruder et ul, Defendants.
Court of Common Pleas of Marlon
Jh pursuance of nn order of sale
from bilI& coirt to mo directed, I
will expose to pale, at public auction,
at tho door jbt tho court house In
Marlon, Marlon county, Ohio, on the
25th day of Juno, A. D 1310, at 'i
o'clotk p, m,, the following described
real 'estate, situate lit the county of
Marlon and state of Ohio, and In the
city pf Marlon, to-wlti
Situated In tho county of Marlon.
In the state of Ohio, and In the city
of Mdrlon, and bounded and described
as 'follows: Known as being lot 4290,
In Crlsslnger's Third addition to the
city bf Mfrlon, Ohio.
Said premises appraised at $1(00,
Terms of sale, cash, '
John O. Stark,
Sheriff Marlon County, Ohio.
By C. Bren.
Crluslner &" Outhery, Attprneys. ,1
V . gae
THE BELL VMM
And the New Morgan
Schedules Will lo
Cliflnccs fteliovctl to bo flood for nn
Columbus, 0., Juno l.--Thn Bel)
Long Distance Telephone company.
Tuesday, put Into effect, lit Ohio, a
new schedule of rates, which, In many
Instances, represent an Increase of
12fi per cent, over tlio old prices.
Tho United States Long Distance
Telephone company, known as the
Indenendcnt cnniii.inv. imi wlilnh la
controlled 1y J. P. Morgan & Com
pany, will, on July 1, it Is announcoil,
also put Into effect a new schedule.
J-Toin rellnblo sources it Is learned
that tho new Morgan schedules .vlll
be practically Identical with 'thoso
put into effect by tho Bell company
today. Tllfi attention nf Attnrnnv
General Denman was called to the
matter today. The chances are that
the Bell and the United States com
panies Will bp tlln RIlll1l.pt nf unnrnli.
lug Investigations to find out wheth
er tney ,nave entered Into nn Illegal
agreement to eliminate competition
by fixing tho samp rates throughout
The United States rates from Co
lumbus to Cleveland was eighty
cents for three minutes; the Hell rate
thirty-five cents. The new Bell rate
Is eighty cents. Tho United States
rate to Dnvton Is rortv nontn! tlm
Bell's new schedule raises Its rate
from twenty to forty-live cents.
HON. LEE BROWNE
MUST GO TaJAIL
By United Press Wire.
Chicago, Juno 1. Leo O'Neill
Browne, Democratic leader of the Il
linois legislature, must go to trial on
tho charge of bribing legislators to
vote for 'William Lorlmer, for United
Judge McSurely In crlmlnnl court
today overruled the motion of the
defense to quash the Indictment
against Browne and orderpd the ease
His decision was that bribery In a
United States senatorial election Is
an offense against the state of 1111
nols and Is covered by the criminal
statute. All other technlcnlltle.s in
terposed by the dofenso were over
ruled. THE MARKETS ' '
m m m m
Close Wheat July lei Septem
ber 7-8c; December ft-8c higher
Corn, July C-8c higher; September
3-8c higher; December l-8c higher
Oats, July, September nnd December
l-4c higher. Provisions weak.
Toledo, O., June 1. Wheat Cash
1.0ft; July 96 1-2; September 94 G-8;
December 9fi 1-8.
Corn Cash fi7 1-2; July CO; Sep
tember 0 3-4; December ft7 1-4.
Oats Cash 39 1-2; July 38 3-4;
September 3C 3-4; December 37 1-2.
Bye No. 2, 79; No. 3, 7C.
Cloverseed Cash 0.80 ; October
and December G.4S; March C.C2 1-2.
Prime alslko 7.00; August 7.40,
Prime timothy 2.1C.
Butter, eggs and hay Unchanged.
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The Marchioness of Angleiev, wife of n noted French diplomat, who
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tor of Benjamin Hnrl, who Is now seeking to recover nn Interest In tho
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luronmic nisiory oi iiiirt. jio wan in imp iiine ii rnK inim in America
and flnuly made n foitune of many tnlllloiw. T then went to Paris
to llvo and there naoptcd the girl who now seeks n part of his fortuiie.
llarchlonpMi Anglesey 1ms testified to the high regard In which Hart
held his udopted child.
Cleveland, O., June 1 Hogs 2,
000; firm to He higher. Mediums and
mled !).S0; yorkers, pigs and lights
battle I! cars; llrm.
Lambs S cars; 8.2ft
Calves 200; !t top.
Pittsburg, Pa., June 1. Cuttle
Supply llglie; iniuket sternly.
Hugs 'Receipts 2ft douliledeeks,
market slow. Heavies 9. Mi; iiieilimiis
9.90; yorkers 9.9ft; pigs 10.
Slieep and lambs Herclpts light;
East Buffalo, X. Y Juno 1
None here; market steady,
steers 7. 7ft if? 8.2ft; butcher
Calves Becelpts 27ft; active and
firm. Common to choice OftOfi
Sheep nnd lamb"? 1,800; slow and
steady. Choice lnmbs 8.00?i 8.7ft;
cull to fair C.ftO(fi'8.r.O; yearlings fif
G.OV; sheep 3.7ft frft.2ft.
Hogs 1,090; actlvo and llriiier.
Yorkers 9.9ft(fjil0; pigs I0i lo.lft.
mixed 9.9ft 10; heavies 9.9ft; toughs
S.7fti8.90; stags 8.2ftffj8.40.
CHICAGO MVTC STOCK.
Chicago, Juno 1. Cattle Tlft.ftOO;
steady. Beeves ft.lOfa.X.RO; Texans
5.1G?r7: westerns 5.2ft Gi'7. HO; stock
ers nnd feeders 3.90i7fi.4ft; cows and
heifers 2.80(!J7; calves Cliff? 8.2ft.
Hogs 23,000; slow. Light 9.40(1
9.70; mixed 9.40 Ti 9.70; heavy 9..'lftj
9.70; rough 9.3ftJJi9 4ft; pigs 9.30f('
Sheep 18,000; weak and 10c low
er. Native's 3 2ft (if ft 3ft, western 3. no
rij'CaO; lambs, natives, G.2fif?8.fi0;
Everybody In Marlon who wants
to see the well now being drilled at
Prospect by the Prospect Oil & Oas
company, Mint, nro requested to
mo nt onco so that I may Inform
them tho dato and hour.
Thg great well la n iw le ng drill
ed .night and lnv and Is nviking tho
find kind of a shiwlini It M now
down to a depth of 1000 feet, and the
drillers nro on tho Job day and night.
The Niagara llmestouo, which Is
the first strata of llmestouo In this
vicinity wan struck at n depth of 40
feet. Tho first casing used In tho
well was 10 l'ich. Mich wan sunk
to tho Niagara limestone. After
that 8-lnch casing was used for over
400 At around tho 400 foot depth
'tho Niagara limestone was pastori
through and tho sands nnd shales
wero encountered. In this C-Inch ras
lug was used.
Tho strongest flow of sulphur
water encountered around Prospect
was struck' at about 300 foot and It
flowing out of tho casing to the
amount of thousands of barrels
Tlio well Is now being sunk over
75 feet n day. Tho Clinton Lime
stone will bo encountered the first
of this week, nnd thero la a chance
of striking oil and gas In It. The
hurry up sand, an Indication of oil
linn been struck. Tho brake Is full
of Iron pyrltles.
The well will bo nhot shortly. The
Q. D. & M, will run npoclal cars to
Prospect to tako down tho Marlon
people, flf you want to go let mo
The RtQclc'Is selling fast. We have
only n few hundred shares loft to
noil for $10 n share, fully paid and
non-assessable. Terms $2,(10 down,'
13.50 In 20 dnys nnd $4.00 In 40
days from dato. Now Is your tlmo
to got Bomo stock. You can doublo
your subscription nt $10 a sharo af
ter wo strike oil. This In a chance
to mnko money. Aro you with the
oilier Marlon peoplo who have tak-'
en stock? Nw Is your tlmo to buy.
Watch tho lwnrd over town and
In front of tho offlco as to tho pro
gress of tho ycll.
Jules V. Barnd
208 West Center Btroot, Phono 1003,:
Ullllill llLlt'llllllll I'll IlllUIIIlL III inn
Chicago, Juno 1. Butter Kclrn
27 1-2; llists 20; dairies, extras, 20;
Eggs Prime firsts 18 1-2; firsts
Cheese Twins 14 1-2W11 3-4;
young Ametlcas 1ft 1 -4 Tj IT, 1-2.
I.lvi' poultry 'Fowls 10 1-2; ducks
1ft; geese 8 fie 10.
Coffet llle No. 2 on tile spot 8 1-8
Tallow Dull. City 7; country C 3-S
ffuy Steady, quint. Pilme 1.10;
No. 3 to No. 1, Sftifil.lO; clover and
clover mixed B0(fr$l.
NEW YOItK IMlOIirCIS.
Now Yoikj -June 1 Dressed poul
trv Quiet: turkeys IftTi 111; chickens
1C023; fowls 14 19; spring duck
lings 20?l 21.
Live poultry Firm Cleesn 10;
ducks 13; fowls 19; turkeys 10WH,
loosti'i's, old and young, 12 1-2.
K'lieese Firm, unlet. State milk
new common to .specials 1017'lfi 1-2;
do old us to rpinllty 10(T'17; skims,
common to specials ft 1-2(T(A12 1-1;
full MUms 2 1-213 1-2.
Butter Quiet; ff' receipts 2(i,960.
Creamery extra 28 1-2; state dairy
tubs 23 1-2 (in 28; imitation cieninery
Eggs Weak; receipts ftfi,917. Near
by white fancy 24W2C; nearbv mix
ed fancy 21 l-2(fi22 1-2; fresh firsts
19 (IP 21.
TiOCAIj fJBAIN MARKI3T.
Wheat - .97
Oats '. 31
LOCAIj PROlfUOIC MAItKKTS.
When you own any article
that is less valuable to you than
the money it would bring, get
the money. When you keep
any article you have no further
use for, 3'ou are wasting actual
money. Profit for the article
here in the Market Place of the
WANTED B presenting this notleo
nt the Bijou Theatie any tlmo
Thnrsdaj .Mrs. P. Conley, 210 E.
Oeorgo street, mas secure two
tickets to the show.
AVANTED A ' middle ngi-d man iTt
Dr. Itliu's olllce. ft-31-U
MOVINO, rftANSFlill AND STUB
A(1E Wo movu, orate, store uml
do transfer work of any kind.
Phone HOC, H. Kuoch, 122 Bel
W'TEP At once; work liv tho day
eltlier at lioiin- or out; suoli as sew
ing, washing, Ironing or any kind
of housework. Call 4 14 Owen SI.
WANTED By presenting this notlco
at the Bijou Theatre any time
Thursday Mrs. C. C. Fye, 217 E.
Ocorge stieet, may wcuro two
tickets to the show.
A BABE. CHANCE T urn going Wesl
and offer, until June 1, ror $2,200,
my home at Cft9 Deiawaie asf'tiue;
7 rooms nnd bath, barn, g.is; lot
0C297. C. S. Schrihner. Phone
WANTED By presenting tills notice
at the BIJou Thentre any time
Thursday E. 11. Cowan, 270 13.
fleorge street may secure two
tickets to the show.
WANTED Person? suffering from
dyspepsia and kindred ailments, to
try six months treatment of "Our
Standard Beinedy", samiile free A
B. Saucr, SCO Windsor street, agent.
A postal will recelvo piompt atten
tion. 4-14-4U P.
WAN.TED Bv presenting tills notice
at the BIJou Theatre any time
Thursday, James Welch, 232 E.
Punning street may secuio two
tickets to the show.
SIPE BEUNIOX The 14th annual
reunion of the Slpe families will
lie helil nt the home of .Mnhlon
Slpe. ft miles east "f CiirdlllKtnli,
Ohio on Saturday, June 11. 1910.
All ate coiillallv limited nud aie
earnesth requested to attend,
2ttl2n Lola M. Slpe, secv.
Hand Made Harness
G. E1BLINCJ, Mill street Handmade
hariH'iiS, quality guaianteed: whips
horse inllais etc; harness repairing
of all kinds; all flist-i-Kiss goods at
most reasonable prices. Stop and
see me. ft-13-3m
SHOES lialf-soled while you wait. All
Corrected Dally by Cnns, Turner k Co
Butter, 20c per lb.
Eggs, 18c; per doen.
Butter, 2ftc per lb. "Eggs, 22 cents
per doz. Cheese N. Y. Cream 2f(
per II) Lard l8o per lb. Syrup
40o per gal. Sugara 5 1-2 to C l-2i
I per lb Teas 40o to $1. per lb Vln-
Jegar 2Ge per gal. Salt $1 2ft pel
bbl. Hand picked Naby Beans ftc
per lb. Curolluu, Head Rice- lOo pel
lb. or 3 lbs. for 2ftc Cracked Hom
iny 4c lb. or 3 lbs, for 10c. Marrow
fat Ik'ans 7c lb. or 4 lbs. for 2Bo
Lima Beans 10c lb., 3 lbs. for 2fic
Prunes 8 1-3 to lfto lb. Seeded Bala
Ins 10c and 12 l-2e per lb. Cleaned
Currents. 12 l-2o per lb.
Clover I.eav (1-4 bbl.l $1.70: B
Pride (1-4 bbl )'$1 70; Carnation (1-
$1.00; (lolden Flake (1-4 gbl ). $1 60
Ollt Edge (1-4 bbl) $1 GO; Whiter
Best (1,4 bbl.) $1 70: Gold Medal
(1-4 bbl) $1 80; Monarch (1-4 bbl.)
$1.50; Knickerbocker (1-4 bbl.j
$1.50; Graham Flour, 20c per sack,
Corn mesl 2lle nr miclr
FireJIealth 6 Accident
we wnie insurance
of an kinds at lowest
i . j. mma ex. uu a
i ffl SWoal m ! V w H
Sunday, June 5, 1910
$1.25 To Cleveland
Train 7:00 a, m,
work first rlass nnd fully guaran
teed Quick repairing a specialty
Send us a tilai order Jpvuh Bros,
141 north Main street. Open even
1.AU1EH and gi uttptnen nho have
gaimetits the wish propel ly clcuu
i'd mid )icss(.( to phone lt-380 we
do the rest Satisfaction guaran
teed. Marlon Dry Cleaning Cm.
CARE-of the teeth Is a little thing
A toothache spoils ones disposition.
Good teeth piomotes good health
and u happy disposition. Dr. Law
non deiitlut W. 'Center street.
WE show pleasing patterns at prlcet
that please too We fiirnlsli tin
paperhunger to put It on promptly
The Waldorf Pharmacy, 20C Sunt)
WANTEo Cigar Salesman Expert
ence unnecessary. Sell our brand
to the retail trade. Big pay. Vrlt
for full particulars at onco. Olobi
Cigar Co., Clevoland, O.
AGENTS WANTED to Introduce
articles which i educe household
expenses. Paitlculars free. Tin
Pearso Templo Novelty Co., 7i
Turner nveime, Schenectady, N. Y
P. O. box 151. 5-23-Ct pd
WANTED Tlie address of the agenl
for Dr. Cayman's Vegetable Soap
410 east Church St. 4-20-tl
Wanted Male Help
WANTED A middle aged man to
n present us No experience neces
s.irv. Permanent position Chance
to make big money. Tlio Burr
Nurseries, Manchester, Conn
Wanted Female Help
WANTED Glil lor general house
woik; no thildreti; no washing,
gnod wages; family of two Phone
1117 or call 220 .south Greenwood
WANTED A woman for general
housework. Good wages; no wash
ing. Apply at 252 Orchard stieet
WANTED A girl for general liou.se
woik In small family. Call at 410
east Church Direct. ft-2fi-tf
WANTED A girl for general house,
woilc. Inquire at II. R Snyder's
residence, 410 east Church street
For Sale City Property
FOR KALE Tlif Penwarden home,
nt 003 south Windsor, will be sold
at a great sacilllce, If sold at once
Collie and see It or phone R-13&5
FLORIDA REAL ESTA'1E--Blg
profits made growing winter vege
tables In fianford. Wo offer 250
five aero tracts $10 monthly pa
nients. Title Bond & Guarantee
Company, Eanfoni. Florida
For Sale Miscellaneous
FOR SALE A nunlng plcturo8liow
In this city, doing a flue business
nnd that will stand the fullest In-
Smith Premiers, Nos. 2 and 4 $20.00
Remingtons, Nos. 6 and 7 $20.00
Olivers, Nos. 2 and 3 $30.00
Olivers, No. 5 $42.50
Underwoods, Nos. 4 and 5 $38.00
L. C. Smiths $37.50
Blickensderf ers, No. 7 $12.50
Liberal allowance for your old machines.
All guaranteed for one year. Machines sent
anywhere on 10 days' trial, free. Write for free
catalogue and price list.
THE CUT PRICE TYPEWRITER COMPANY.
Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
vesllgatlon. JtcHi.on' WrK (VkMnisM
owner lias other Interests to look
after. This Is n Una money-maklilg
opportunity for a llvo man. as tho
business Is now bringing big re
turns on tho Investment. Price,
$2,00, For complete information
address T. A , caro Mirror ofllco.
FOB. SALE Cheap. A coal "range
In good condition. Call at 410 E.
church street. 4-29-tf
Fieo sample Conkcy's T.nuso IVitv
dec and book on poultry. Consumer
Cash (Iroeery, Y. M. C. A. block.
FOB SALE High grade runabout
automobile; can be seen dally In
front nf the office of Drs. Bhu.
FOB BENT Six room house on
Elm strept, $9 00 per month. Phone
43 or 209. r. I.effler. f.-17-tf
FOB BENT A barn. Inquire at 325
N. Main St. 3-29-tf
FOB BENT A very desirable busi
ness location on South State. Heat
Is furnished and Tent Is very rea
enable. Apply at this ofllco or tel
phono No. 9. 2-4t-tl
For Sale Eggs
EGGS FOR HATCHING Extra good
luylng strain Barred Plymouth
Bocks. $1.00 for 16 eggs. William
Fles, 34 5 S. Prospect street. Phon
X 103C. 2-ft-wed-sat-wkly
HEAR WHAT JONES SAYS
1 hnvp a fr.'R't of land on
Olnoy jivonuc, near Colum
bia slreoi, on which I shall
build ' modern houses,
Anyone wanting i home
suitable to .heir own con
venience can have same
built by ealling on me and
making proper arrange
ments. The terms, you know, I
can arrange lo suit you.
JONES, RUBER BLOCK
to Scott, Canada the tramping lake
district to see one of the most pro
ductive countries In the world; land
cheap. $10.00 per acre nnd upward
railroad fare $28.00 from Chicago,
return. Also to southern land -Valley,
Orgeon tho Famous Fruit Belt,
fare from Chicago $50.00.
Tren go with us to Plains or An
nl.s land from 18 up to $35.00 In
.Meade and Sedware counties An
nis near Wichita, Knnsns, land from
$10 up lo $07, per acre, no better
farming land. In buying this you
get it portion of the crops.
We have land for sale In north
and south Dakotns, this Is splendid
land in rising in prices fast, also In
the famous red river valley, Minnes
ota to Hawley and Kothsay, faro
We also have landq In Moore Har
tley and Halo counties in the pan
handle of Texas, can give you the
best bargains can be had, In the
In Michigan, Manlsteen, Mason,
Nekago and many other counties
cannot be beat for fruit, trip to
Manistee and return $9.10. Wo nre
glad to encott you to any of these
aboe mentioned places. See the
J. W. CLARK CO., -
114 Court St.
A new five room house and balh
on Herr Street, within 2 minutes walk
ol the Steam Shovel- Price very low
Also house ol 7 rooms on Avon
dale, and within 3 minutes walk ol
Shovel works, for only $1750.
208 W. Center St. Room 3
People's ' '
Transfer & Storage
U 'JBUBPHONM Hi JJ
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