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3 Shows Daily 3
A New Year's Bill
Robert Ilobortaon prosonts
'.Mattnee Daily 3:00 P.M. 10c
' Evenings 7:30 and 9, Admis
Reserved Seats IBcand 20o
j i i
Children's Matinee Saturday,
3 P. M Be
The Bijou Tonight
On the Mexican
A tensely dramatic tale of the
pisturesque south-west. One
ol those fine Lubin Westerns
that are not made amid Jersey
Also other good pictures.
. . Miss Dnrst
FOK SALE OR TRADE.
If you want, to Sell or Trado any
thing, a want ad in this paper nnd 9!)
others in Indiana, Illinois nnu Ohio will
find your party. It will only cost you
2.50 per line of C words, write us for
list of papers. Austill Advertising Syn
dicate, Elwood, Indiana.
Sheriff's Salo or ltenl Kslnlu.
Caso No. nisou.
Nowton J. AVhltc, Plaintiff, vs.
Mngglo Pcim ct nl, Defendants.
Court of Common Plena of Alurlon
In purauanco of an order of salo
from said court to mo directed I will
cxposo to sale, at public miction, at
tho door of tho court houso in Ma
rlon, Marlon county, Ohio, on Satur
day, tho 5th day of February, A. D.,
1911, at 2 o'clock p. in., tho following
described real estate, sltuato in tho
county of Marlon and stnto of Ohio,
and 'in tho city of Marion, to-wit:
T'Bclntr lot No. 1170 In Keoner &
Tristram's addition to tho city of Ma
rlon, county of Marion, state of Ohio."
Said premises appraised at $800.00.
Terms of salo: Cash.
John a. Stark,
Sheriff Marlon County, O.
Uy C. Brcou, Deputy.
-L. E. Myers, Attorney. '
SIici'HT'h Snlo of Real K&tntc.
I Caso No. 12 702.
Fred L. Cnrhnrt. Plaintiff, vs. Ar
thus F. Benedict ot nl. Defendants.
Court of Common Picas, Murlon
In pursuance of nn alias order of
salo from said court to mo directed
I will cxposo to Hale, at nubile auction
at tho door of tho court houao In Ma
rlon, Marion county. Ohio, on tho 2 1st
dav of January, A. D.. 1911, at 2
o'clock P. m.. tho following described
real estate, sltuato in tho county of
Marion ana stato or onio, una m tlio
cltv of Marlon, to-wit:
Tract 2 Situated In tho eountv of
Marlon, in tho stnta of Ohio, nnd
In tho cltv of Marlon, and bounded
nnd described as follows: Beginning
16C feet south of tho northcuut earner
of tho premises conveyed bv Hiilph L
Spencer to Alta E. Shutt: thonco west
ilfty-slx (56)- feet: thonco south ono
hundred and llftv (150) feet to tho
north lino of Knrmliiir strcot: thence
oast on north lino of Farming strcot
flftv-slx (56) foot; tlmnco north ono
hundred and llftv (150) feet to tho
place of beginning.
.Said inremlsos unnrnlacd nt J1.C00
Terms of salo: dish,
John G. Stark.
Sheriff Marlon County. O.
Bv c. lirccn, Donutv
Fred L. Cnrhnrt Attornoy,
v knoW by neglecting your Fio In-
surnhco It may cost you many timet
more than tho actual cost ot the
Insurance tot as linvo your' Insur
ance! 'right now, unit not wait until
It la too Into.
.. H. S.' MARTIN
General Insurance Agency, Ovr
New" Yorlc Store, Went Outer St.
THEOBALD WinSirEY, THAT'S
Just , Word About the Famoni
Brands of Old Coon nnd Old
landmark Whiskies. "Al
ways tho Sumo When it
Bears this Namely
Theobald Whlskoy that's right hu
" bocomo a housenoid phrase whore
'.ever "the purest and boBt whiskey
,Kls discussed. It stands for purity, and
thoracis a half cu.itury reputation
back .of It. Old Coon and Old Land
raarlcjwhlskles aro, as some wtse on
-baa said: "For tho man who thinks
before' ha drinks,"' Especially adapt
ed for homo uuo ind modlcal pur
tpses'wh9never a puro whiskey If
desired. Sells for $3. 20 per gallon
(ur full quarts express prepaid, tin
gle quk.-t bottle soils for $1. You will
be delighted with these Roods.
The Theobald & Bon Co.,
J Producers, High at Rich streets,
$Oolurrihu8, Ohio, ' Just around the
'Hirner from Interurban union station
1. 1 i
Discusses the Great Agri
cultural Pacts of 1910,
Massing the Figures.
AGRICULTURE THE MAINSTAY
With Products Estimated at
Nearly Nine Billion
Dollars, The Greatest Total
Our Foreign Cniniiicrco Aggregating
More Than Thiec Billions Also
AVithoui u Parallel Railroad Enrn
Iiirs, Rank Clearings, Pip Irbn Pro
duction, Copper, Cnl, New Capital
ization AH Make New High Marks
Rut Partly Reflects Past AetlilllcH.
Dy United Press Wire
New York, Jan. 1. Wo aro ontqr
lng 1911 In a much soberer mood
than wo entered 1910. Then optimism
was the prevailing spirit: now con
servatism Is tho rule everywhere,
tinged with occasional pessimism
Whatever point of view bo taken
thero Ih sharp contrast between con
ditions now and a year ago, particu
larly In tho East, which as tho finan
cial center of. tho country Is always
first to feel reactionary lnliucuccs ami
llrst to tukc tho Initiative, cither In
forward movements or retrench
ments. For six months nt lenst con
trnctlon hns been tho order ot the
day, and thero nro no Indications as
yet of this tendency having exhaust
As ngrlculturc is still tho country's
mnlnstny, lot us llrst look there In
auditing our accounts. Tho valuo of
our crops in 1910 was given by the
department of agrlculturo at $8,920,
000,000, the largest total on record,
and $300,000,000 more than n year
ngo. Roughly speaking, tho values
produced on our farms havo nearly
doubled during tho past decade. Of
llclnt returns show that If tho valuo
of our products In tho year 1899 bo
placed at 100 tho returns of 1910
would bo 189. According to Secre
tary Wilson, our farmers havo .pro
duced $79,000,000,000 of wealth dur
ing tho last eleven years. In 1910 the
corn crop was valued at about $1,500,
000,000, tho cotton crop was valued nt
about $900,000,P00, tho hay crop at
$720,000,000, tho wheat crop at $625,
000,000 and the oats crop at $380,
000,000. In nearly all cases theso
values aro larger than a year ago,
although owing to tho decline In the
prlco of corn tho valuo of cereals was
$230,000,000 below a year ago.
Our forolgn commerce for eleven
mouths of tho calendar year aggre
gated $3,0G2,000,O0O, against $2,990,
000,000 during tho snmo tlmo In 1909,
our Imports amounting to $1, 426, 000,
000 or $89,000,000 over last year,
whllo our exports wore $1,637,000,
000, or $81,000,000 moro than a year
Railroad earnings on forty-five
roads from January 1 to Novombor
30 amounted to $712,000,000, against
$044,000,000 last year, nn Increnso of
over 11 per cent.
Bank clearings In tho United States
for tho snmo eleven months wore
$149,789,000,000, against $149,970,
000.000 tho year before
Pig iron production in 9110 wns
estimated nt 27,200,000 tons, com
pared with 25,780,000 tons a year ago.
At present about one-half of capacity
13 being utilized.
Copper production amounted to 1,
451,000,000 pounds, compared with
1,107,000,000 pounds a year ago.
Coal production readied a total of
nearly 500,000,000 tons, compared
with 420,000,000 tons last year.
Now capital Issues reported for the
year aggregated $1,518,000,000,
against $1,081,000,000 a year ago.
Now corporations of $l,000,00p and
over crontod In tho loading stutcs ag
gregated $1,940,000,000, compared
with $1,500,000,000 last year.
Brudstrcot's Index figure wan 8.87
nt end of January, tho high record
At llrst sight theso figures regarded
oh a whole Indicate as largo a do
groo of activity ns a year ugo. To
Eomo extent, however, they aro mis
leading, bceuiiHo rollccting past and
not present conditions. It Is well
known thnt values havo been highly
(minted In every direction, nnd thnt
gains In quantities or-volume aro not
nlwayB ns largo us would uppear. A
bumper corn crop naturally caused n
sharp drop In prices which will off
set tho gain In yield. Thoro has also
been a sharp doclluo in wheat, re
sulting from tho larger crops In pros,
peot abroad. Cotton has boon main
tained at a high lovol becauso of a
crop Inadequate to a growing do,
mand. Tho offoct of prices upon our
foreign commerco has boon decidedly
marked. For a long iperiod hlgli
prices stlmulntod Imports and chock
ed exports. As prlooa began to yield
In tho lattor half of tho year this
tendency changed nnd our exports
began to show a healthier doyolop.
ment, although the recent largo ox.
cess of oxports was mainly duo to
the outward rush of cotton In antici
pation of a deadlock' oyor tho bill of
lading dispute. Should tho tondoncy
of agricultural prices continue down
wards, as Is not improbable, wo may
hopq to sco nt least a temporary ro
turn of our forolgn trado to tho nor
nuil -condition of a largo excels of
exports. Ah to tho gain In rullruad
earnings referred to ubuvo, that watt
probably moro than olfaet by the
largo lncrcaso hi oxpenoes which is
justly causing our railroad managers
such 8firl6us concern. For example
tho October roport of tho Interstate
Commerco commission reported a
gain of $2,000,600 in earnings and an
lncrcaso in expenses of $13,700,000,
showing' a loss In not earnings foi
that month of about $11,000,000,
vhloh In view of the Increased capi-
THE MARION DAILY
tatlzatlnn qf tho ratlr6nJa was any'
thing but a satisfactory result. These
Increases in expenses nriso chlofi
from concessions made to labor; con
cessions which could bo Ill-afforded
and which managors aro now trying
to pass on to shlppprs by securing
permission from tho Interstate com
mission to make somo advances In
rates. Doubtless reasonable advances
will bo allowed, but the railroad out
look would bo an uncomfortablo one
were thero to bo any Important
shrinkngo In traffic.
Tho tremendous amount of new
cnpltal Issues, which hns been golnc
on for several years, Is significant and
Unquestionably has much to do with
tho .present stnto ot Inertia In tho
financial world. Tho bulk of these
applications wero on nccount of the
railroads which havo been obliged to
spend enormous sums to meet the
demands of growing traffic and whoso
calls upon tho money markot are
likely to contlnuo for somo tlmo to
come. It Is this excessive call for
now cnpltal which has had much to
do with prcsont reaction. So heavy
an lncrcaso In tho offerings of new
securities, coupled with the diminu
tion of savings through universal ex
trnvaganco In business and In the
homo, largely explain tho exhaustion
of Investors and tho over-expansion
Statistics do not ns yot show the
full extent of business retrenchment
A year hence, when wo may bo on tho
high roud to .recovery, tho picture
will bo moro plainly seen. Difficulties
of the iron trado havo beyond ques
tion bco aggravated by tho unwlll-
Inirilf1tt nf , Virion I,. in.. nt ... .nnl
.llftllffl.lH IIIUOU 111 klIHIUi VU IllUUl
tho situation through cutting prices
sufficiently to Invite orders. Tho
policy of our steel managers has been
to maintain prices by restricting out
put; a fallacious theory, which, adopt
ed alike by organized capital and or
ganlzed labor, Is Interfering with nat
ural recuperation nnd confusing an
already unsatisfactory position. Somo
Improvement will probably bo ob
served In Iron when tho rullroads
again como Into tho market, as seems
prolmblo at no distant date. Anoth
cr Important Industry which is also
passing through n period of stress Is
tho tcxtllo trade. Our cotton mills
have been moro or less embarrassed
by high-priced cotton and high costs
of production which nro tending to
restrict consumption. Whllo our own
mills nro seeking for concerted cur
tallment, North and South, British
cotton mills nro actively employed
supplying tho markets of tho world,
from which wo nro excluded by our
present high costs. Our woolen mills
aro also feeling tho effects of hlgb
prices and consequent depression, to
which Is added a stato of norvous
anxiety regarding coming changes In
tho tariff. In other branches of In
dustry there Is also lessened activity
und manufacturers aro resisting the
downward tendency ns far as within
Heal estate, usually tho lust to
witness tho effects of a boom, Is much
less active, not merely In Now York,
but In all pnrts of the country. In
this city tho reaction Is manifested
In tho growing number ot unoccu
pied apartments and lofts, also In tho
stagnation in hlgh-prlccd property
and -acrcago dculs. Ono of tho larg
est mortgngo concerns In this city re
ported i falling off In its own busi
ness from $75,000,000 in 1909 to $50,
000,000 In 1910. In tho interior,
especially nt the West, thoro hnB boon
great Inllutton of Innd values bused
on recent lurgo farming profits. As
tho latter shrink tho effect upon land
values must wrk itself out, a con
tingency emphasized by tho changed
attltudo of Western bankers to all
real estate operations.
A few words only nro necessary on
tho financial situation; this topic bo
Ing covered In our regular weekly ad
vices. Wall Street seems, as is Its
custom, to havo lnrgoly discounted
this business reaction. Thoro bus
certainly been a greater fall In secur
.tlcs than In commodities, and bo
causo of this adjustment tho stock
narket Is In a sounder position than
a year ago. A doclded Improvement
bus taken placo In both tho political
and monetary outlooks. Tho Inst
election proved that tho American
iieoplo, though bent on reform, want
a .period of relief from unnecessur)
'igltntltiu. Our government has taken
tho hint, und thero Is already loss
anxiety shown to "hit tho corpora
tlftns" for moro political effect, though
no nbatomont Is shown In tho Inten
tion of enforcing o'hedlcnco to the
law, Tho railroads will probably ro
cclve fair treatment from tho Inter
state Commerco commission; and the
fear of radical action by tho supromo
court In tho oil and tobacco cases Is
entirely unwarranted. Theso proper
ties will not bo destroyed, although
thoy may bo compelled to reorgan
ize, and ou all sides thero Is a grow
ing bollcf In just dealing with the
problems that concern 0111 corporato
und social organizations. Thero Is
nothing In this direction which
should now cuuso serious anxiety.
Conlldenco has boon grcntly augment
ed by tho appointment of Justice
Wlilto to tho supromo court justice
ship. As to the monetary outlook, dull
trading, declining prices and dimin
ished speculation all make for easy
rules. In till probability money will
become a glut at this center, unless
business unexpectedly Improves. Un
fortunately wo havo a redundant cur
roncy, Incapnblo of adjusting itself
to lessened roqulroinonts, and wc
must bo prepared to face tho con
sequences of bud methods until we
secure a gonuluoly sclontlfio and
modern system; somothlng not yot In
sight, for nothing 'but makeshifts ap
pear to receive serious consideration.
Our banking position Is perhaps tho
most unpleasant olomont In tho ontlro
outlook. According to Comptroller
Murray's figures the loans and dis
counts in tho United States at the
tlmo of last roport, Novombor 10th,
wero $5,450,000,000, tho largest on
record. This wns an Increase In 12
months of $301,000,000, accompanied
by an Increase In deposits of only
$isi,ooo.oqo and $00,000,000 in cap
Hal otCLk This plainly uhowo 01 er
strain. Jn caao of emergency the
banks ould how secure no assistance
from thfa treaburyi they would be
thrown largely Upon emergency cur
rency under tho Aldrich-Vreeland act.
and unfortunately tho bonds under
this measure uro not hold so as to af
ford general relief. Tho only cure,
that of forced contraction, li now at
mMh TUESDAY;' JANUARY 3, 1911.
MARY SAID TO BE'
A HARDY PLOWER
By United Press Wire
St. Louis, Mo,, Jan. 3. Opera lov
ers in St. Louis today aro a unit In
tho opinion that Mary 0-arden, whnt
BVer else they mny uny of her, Is suro
a hardy flower. This impression Is the
result of Mary's appearance hero last
night when, with tho thormomenter
at four below zero, the star danced
beforo tho plnttcrcd head of Johanaan
shrouded only in tho diaphanous tex
ture of her seven veils.
Before tho Cnnco was ended most
ot tho veils wero shed but sho ro
talncd tho seventh nnd whllo tho nil
dlcnco b-r-r-r-od in their seats Mnry
danced on. Today sho hasn't even
an ordinary cold.
J. W, Cook, of Forest, Ohio, the
foremos't corn breeder In tho stntc,
will Judge tho corn. Bring In ten
enrs and find out where you stand.
Knter beforo Thursday evening at
Uhler-Phllllps store . It
Jan. '8 fa American History.
1815 Battle fit New Orleans. Jack
son's extraordinary victory was
gained with only n trilling loss.
Over 2,000 Britons fell. Jackson's
loss wns 8 killed and 13 wounded.
Ills triumph wns enhanced by the
fact that It was wholly unexpect
ed nnd seemingly Impossible and
against enormous odds-
181)1 James Longstreel, distinguished
soldier born In Edgerllcld district.
South Carolina; died Jan. 2, 1001.
1010 General Newton Martin Curtis,
"hero of Fort Fisher," died In Now
York, city; born 1830.
(From'noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Sun sots 4 :-I0, rises 7:20; moon sots
1:23 n. tn.; 12:01 night, eastern time,
moon In conjunction with Snturn, pass
ing from west to east of the planet, 1
degreo north thereof; seen 11s tho
phenomenon draws on through the
Solies a Deep Mj&iery.
"I wnnt to thank you from tho bot
tom of my heart," wroto C. B. Rader,
of Lcwlsburg, W. Va., "for tho won
dorful doublo henflt I got from
Electric Bitters, In curing mo both of
a sovcro caso of stomach troublo nnd
of rheumatism, from which I had been
nn almost helpless sufferer for ten
years. It suited my caso as though
made Just for me." For dyspopsla, In
digestion, Jnundlco and to rid tho sys
torn or iuiiney poisons that cause
rheumatism , Electric Bitters has no
equal. Try thorn. Every bottle Is
guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c
Tschanen Bros. .
Toledo, O., Jan. 3 Wheat CubIi 98
1-S; May 1 01 5-8; July 97 1-S.
Corn Cash 4S May DO 3-1; July
51 3-4. 1
Oats Cash 31; .May 37 1-4; July 30
Rye No. 2, 83; No. 3, 80.
Cloversoed Cash, and March 9 20;
April 8 90; February 9 20; October 7 17
1-2; January 9 20. ;
Alslkc Prlmo 9 25; March 9 30.
Timothy Prlmo nnd March I C5.
Butter, eggn and hay Unchanged.
Pittsburg, Pa., Jan 3 Cattle Re
ceipts light; murk,et steady; cholco
C 0500 85; prlmo G 40fTG 60; common
4 2C5; x-eal calves 910.
Sheep and lambs Receipts light
markot steady; prlmo weathers 4 23
4 no; good 3 756110; good mixed 5Q
Hogs Receipts 10 douhlcdccks; mar
kot active; prlmo heavy hogs 8 45
8 50; mediums 8 50; heavy yorkcrs 8230
8 55; light yorkcrs 8C.'8 70; pigs
S708 75; roughs 77 75; stags C507.
Chicago, Jan. 3. Hogs Receipts
lii.ouo. Market I0l5c higher. Mix
ed and butchers 7.80Ji. 20; good
heavy 7.80 8.20; rough heavy 7.80
7.95; light 7.80S.20; pigs 7.50 ft' 8.15
Cattle Receipts 4,500. Markot
steady. Booves l.707; cows and
helnfors 2.r,o0.30; Blockers and
feeders 3.605.S0; Toxnns I,255.I0
calves 7 '9.
'Sheep Receipts 1 1,000. Market
steady; natlvo 2.00 1.40; wostom
2.75 1.35; lambs,' native 4.75C.25;
western 4.75 G. 4 3.
East Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 3. Cattle
Receipts 150; mnrkot active. Prtaio
steers C.30G.75; butcher grades 3
Calves Receipts 75; mnrkot slow,
60c lower; cull to cholco 5.75 10.50.
iSheop and lambjj Rocolpts 2,000;
market slow, steady. Cholco lambs
Receipts 2.000: market slow. Hto.iiii-?
choice lambs fi.nO5JT6.GfJ; cull to fair
4.75G, yeurllugs 4.755.25; whoop
Hogs Receipts 1,700. (Mnrkot ac
tive, linn; yorkcrs 8.408.50; pigs
8.fi58.75; mixed 8.40iR.15; heavy
S.308.40; roughs 77.50; slugs C00
Clovoland, Jan. ' 3. Hogs 2,000;
steady to a shade hlghor; mediums
and heavies 8.25; yorkcrs 8.35; pigs
and lights 8,50.
Cuttle 5 cars; strong.
Shoep 8 cars; 6,3.5,
Calves 100; 10.50.
new yoru raonoon
Now York, Jan. 3. Dull and un
changed. Pork Firm; mesjji 22 022.50.
Lard Dull; Mlddlo West spot
Sugar Raw, qule; .contrtfugals, 9G
tost, 3.98 1-2; Muscovado, 89 test,
3.48 l-2j rollned, pulot; cut loaf 5.60;
erushod 6.50; pnwdb'rbd 4,90; granu
lated 5.50. ' '
Coffee Rio Nu. Tqu tho Npot 13 3-8
Tallow Dull; city 7 1-2; country
7 l-837 3-4. A
Hay Oulot; prima 1.10; No. 3 85
90; cl6vor 55(3 05.'
DrcsBeil .poUltrv iDull; turkeys 14
23; chickens Tifl; fowls 7015;
Live poultry Firm; geeso i3l4;
ducks 15 1-ai fovvls 14 14 1-2'
turkeyq HQI8 1-2; roosters, !f 3,
FIND YOUR BUYER
HE READS THE ADS!
Sell that property for its real value by finding
the" buyer who NEEDS it. The man who buys
for speculation thinks always of taking advantage
of your anxiety to sell but the man who NEEDS
YOUR PROPERTY will pay a fair price, and BE
GLAD TO DO SO. He's to be found, He reads
ads. He misses some of them, too. But he reads
them again the next day, and the next. He will find
YOUR AD IF IT IS ."THERE" WHEN HE
LOOKS FOR lT.g
B-wi-o-n-a- 3-co-asa- -ono-a- a w -Mn hh-bhb hb
WANTED To rent room, good warm
Bleeping room Is desired by a young
lady. Must be within threo blocks
of Frank Bros. Address P. O. Box
WANTED A boy or young man at
Crafts. Good wages and reasonable
WANTED Man nround 50 to repre
sent us. No experience necessary.
Permanent position. Chnnco to make
big money. The Burr Nurseries
Manchester, Conn. 12-30-2tp
WANTED Everybody to know we
have (ink retail business and our
goods ure for sale at tho following
places: Forrcl Grocery Co., Hock
man's, Gnblor's, Wlso & Son's,
Mosj', McKlnley's, Baker's; Dunn's,
Felling's, Loffler's. Layman Bros.'
Mush Hominy and Ponhauso.
WANTED Good rcllnblo boarders or
roomors at 274 Sharp strcot. Call
phono 2 on 1720. 12-12-Gc
WANTED A girl for general houso
work. Call 253 north Main street,
or phono 1123. 12-27-Gt
WANTED Ladles to bring combings
und havo puffs, curls, switches,
transformations, etc., mado to or
der, by Mrs. Charles Welch, 234
north Prospect strcot, Just north of
railroads. All hair rooted. Work
WANTED A lot of good horses to
Insuro against death from any
cuuso. You cannot afford to carry
your own risk for so small amount
as wo chnrgo you. Seo mo or cull
phono 1757. Dr. D. W. Cook.
HELP WANTED Girls over eighteen
years of ngo to work In ftttliv; room
ot shoe factory. Must como woll
recommended. Reply In person or
by letter. The Fairfield Shoo Co..
Lancaster. O. 12-2S-C1
WANTED Automobllo ngcncles to
represent largo motor truck fac
tory; no capital, but tlmo and In
fluence required. Rellablo Truck
& Garago Co., Columbus, Ohio.
WANTED Men to learn Barber trado.
Fow weeks required. Best paying
work within tho reach of poor man.
Wages up to $20 weekly. Small
capital starts shop. Fow barbers
take apprentices. Demand Increas
ing. Wrlto for frco particulars.
Moler Burbor college. Cincinnati,
WANTED Salesmen of ability nnd
neut oppcaranco to can on all mer
chants In their territory. Elegant
sldo lino convenient to carry. Good
commissions. Prompt remittance.
A G43 Relmont Mfg. Co., Cincin
nati, Ohio. 12-24-31 17-ll-21p
WANTED Boarders and roomers In
modern homo; central. Phono 1181,
Cheese Steady; stnto milk, com
mon to specials 11 17 1-1: skims,
common to specials, 3 1-212 1-2;
full skims 2 2 1-2.
Butter Quiet; receipts 7,190:
creamery extra 2S l-229; stato dairy
tubs 2028 1-2; imitation creamery
Eggs Steady; receipts 8,335; nour
by white fancy 404S; nearby mixed
fancy 37038; fresh firsts 333G.
LOCAL GRAIN .MARKET.
Old corn 50c
New corn . 40c
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
By local applications, ns thoy rnunot
roach tho diseased portion of tlio ear.
Thero Is only ono way to cure deafness,
nnd Hint is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness li cnuscil by nn Inllnmoil con
dition of the mucous lining ot the Eu
stachian Tube. When this tube Is in.
Ilumcd you have a rumbling Bound or
Imnerfoct henrlnc. and when It Is on-
tlrely closed. Deafness U tho result, and
unless tlio Infliimmatlnn can bo taken
nut and this tube restored to Its nonnnl
condition, lienrlng will bo destroyed ror
over: nhio casos out of ten nro caused by
uatarm, wnicn is noiiung uut nn in
flamed condition of tho mucous surfaces.
We will bIvo Ono Hundred Dollars for
any enso of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
thnt cniuint ho cured by Halt's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars froe.
F. J. CHENKY & CO., Props,,
Sold by Druggists, 75o.
Talto Hall's Family Pills for constipa
tion DR. VICKERS
treats Chronlo Diseases. Office Mo.
NenMVolfonl RlmU, No. 117 1-3
uoet Center street, Marlon, Ohio
Office hours: 7 fo 11:30 mornings
2 to t afternoons 7 to 8 Monday
Tuesday, Widay and Saturday even
Ings a to 4 Sunday. No hours
Wednesday, Thursday oionlngs nni)
holidays. Consultation frco. Uusl
225 Orchnrd street.
WANTED Washings to do. Seo Mrs
Orpha Reed, third house north of
Pennsylvania railroad, north Main
street, or address R. F. D. 4. Box 21.
WANTED Draylng or all kinds. Or
ders receive prompt attention.
Clarcnco Smallwood. Phono 196.
MOVING, TRANSFERS AND STOR
AGE Wo move, crate, store and
do transfer work of any kind.
Phono 1005. S. Knoch, 322 Bel
mont. Shoe Repairing.
8IIOES hnlf-soled while you wait. All
work first-class and fully guaran
teed. Quick repairing a specialty
Send us a trial order. Louis Jcvas
141 north Main street. Open even
FREE Examination of your teoth by
Dr. Lawson, dentist; will put you
wiso as to their needs. Seo him
J. S. LUNGER. M. B., south Main
street, fits glasses, removes aden
oids, now treatment for cntnrrab
and deafness. OUlco hours, 8 to 11,
1 to 5. Telephone 85.
"BATTLING FOR THE RIGHT"
The life story of Theodore Roose
velt, Authentic. Up-to-dato. Great
money muker. Liberal terms. Outfit
free. Zclglor Co., 263 Fourth St.,
WANTED Cigar Salesman. Export
onco unnecessary. Sell our brands
to tho retail traxlo. Big pay. Write
for full particulars at once. Globe
Cigar Co., Cloveland, O.
FOR SALE Team of good work
horses, wagon and harness. Phone
GG3 Clark Dlx, 783 eust Center St.
NEURO-MAGNETIC THERAPY will
euro you. Don't dolay, phone 179G
for frco consultation and diagnosis
I use no drugs. C. C. Marsh, 224 S
AGENTS Sell gonulno guaranteed
hose; 70 per cent profit; mako $20
dally. Llvo agents nnd beginners
lnvostlgato. Strong Knit, Box 4029
West Philadelphia, Pa.
IF YOU WANT your house painted
or nn'' interior decorating done
phono 1451. Figures right. D. B
Goodsell, north Main St. 9-20-tf
GOING TO CANADAV Our prlvatf
car, "Lusolnnd," will be attatchod tc
fast train No. 19 leaving Lima, O.
This Is the ideal way to
travol and will afford you
an opportunity to tho last
cheap lands in the last Wost
Reservation should bo made at
once; car fare for tho round trip
$39 from Marlon, O.. the only addi
tional expenses will bo $1.50 pot
day for meals and berth. See
Fred W. Peters, district manager
No. 110 1-2 south Main street, Mar
Ion. O. 7-19-tf
For Sale City Property
FOR SALE Six-room modern house
on Chestnut street, $3,000; also
brand new 12 horsepower Maxwoll
automobile at u bargain. For par
ticulars call at 234 north Prospect
St., or phono 1508. 12-3-12t
FOR SALE Six-room house on the
Boulevard, near Columbia stroot,
$1,650, Soo H. E. Ohls at Ohls'
Docoratlng Co. 11-22-tf
Goods, Pianos, etc.
Marion Chattel Loan Co.
100 1-2 S. Main St. Phono 080.
; ZZZZTLl "
Peoples'Transfer & Storage
" Ml"l HI
Por Sale Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Cheap an
Call at Mirror office.
FOR SALE Farms In Ashtabula
county. Somo special bargains. Also
homes In any part of this city. Sat
Cox & Qorhnrt. Phone 800. Office
over New York store. 11-1-tf
FOR SALE Furntturo of 7-roora
houso completo: 2 rooms rented
paya all expenses: near shops; will
Bell cheap to quick buyer, as I am
leaving tho city. Address B. A. B.,
care Mirror. ll-17-3tp
FOR SALE About 450 shocks of
corn. Will sell all or part. Boo U.
Q. Lawronco cast of Mtirlrfn, or
phono 8402. ll-12-4l-codp
FOR SALE Poland China hogs of
either sex of the leading strain!
also extra fancy B. Plymouth Rock
cockerels. Schultz Bros., Marion..
Ohio, Route 6. Phone 5006.
$3,000 NEW YEAR'S GIFT Bettor
Investment than money; 2-story
business building, worth $12,000,
for $9,000; will not be offered after
Januury 1. Chaso Realty Co.
FOR SALE Two-year-old road colt,
and one two-year-old general puu
poso colt. Inquire of S. E. Hop
kins, R. It. No. 1, Prospect, O.
FOR SALIC Neur .Marlon, 40 acres,
$5,000; 5 acres, $1,000; 10 acres,
$2,000; 6 acres, $3,500; 2 acres,
suburbs, $4,000; 20 acres, $2,500.
Chaso Co. 12-29-Gtp
FOR SALE A pair of bay marcs, In
good working order; weigh 2,300;
sound winded; will take $150 for
pair; 10 and 11 years old. 1019 N.
Stato St. 12-29-Gtp
FOR RENT A furnished room; hot
water heat with prlvllego of bath.
No. 4 14 S. Prospect St. 12-28-3tp
FOR SALE Hard wood bill lumber
for frames for houses and barns,
etc., on short notice. Call 4302
after six In tho evening. l-2-6tcnd
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Royal
hot blast, air-tight radiator for soft
coal. Cost $2i- in .March; will sell
for $12, or exchange for gas range
Phone X-568. l-2-3t
FOR SALE Reglutorea Delatn
rams, breed for wool and mutton
Call A. F. Goerllch, 5 miles south
cast of Marlon on the Richland
pike. Phone 5602.
FOR SALE One good cheap work
team; also a good general purposo
horse. Call at onco at 208 north
Main St., or phono 1757. l-2-3t
FOR RENT Furnished
N. Prospect street.
LOST A fur mltton on north Main
or west Center streets, Snturday ev
ening. Finder plcnso leavo at Mir
ror office and receive reward.
LOST Pair baby shoes on Stato St.
between railroads and this office.
Please leave at this office or call
o. 9. 12-31-3tp
Com show Friday and Saturday.
Entries and corn must bo In Thurs
ilny beforo 3 p. m. it
You Have Had Your Day
Of Bestowing Blessings.
A good way to contlnuo blessing is
to buy a home. Wo can accomodate
j on in htjlo prlco or locution. Wo havo
a i cry de.-.lrnble homo on tho cor
ner or Bennett nnd Uuctiphcr aven
ue. Eight looms, birgo burn und barn
cellar. Will bell cheap or will trade
for n Miiallcr property.. A fine modern
liomo on East Center St. nt a bargain,
i cry line. Some common Iiomca In iII
purls or tho city. Wo havo sojiio
business propositions thnt mill inter
est mi) ouo desiring n good proHsl
tlon.. Wo huio lo.ono acres of land
to hell In Marlon and adjoining coun
ties. Somo cm tnko city property as
part pay. You thnt want to sell your
fni-ms, it will bo nell to see us as wo
nro Itnilug buyers coming from tlio
Weta minting good corn laud. Wo
lituo ono or tho flticat hofnes on Ou-,
ley nicniio to sell jou. Also on newt
Church street u lino location to soli."
Wo can loan money at 5 por cent' on
The J. W. Clark Real
Ill Court St. Phone 877.
Golden and Silver Wyandots,
Burt and White, Cochin Bantam
19, Goorgo Btreor.
HAYES & SHAff j?4
HAYES & SL
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