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Complete Market Greeil Vege
tables, Fancy Fruits nml Fresh
Monls. Limn liiittcmut Hrend,
Mrs. Slick-look's llontu Mnilo
Jlrvhd, froffli every juomlngl
Oilr own delivery wrigntin In
siiro you prompt nml careful
MAS. TURNER 6 CO.
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I D. A. TERRY i
Big Supply of Spring
Lettuce,. Itndlshcs, Onions,
Klpc Tomatoes, Splnnch, Cel
ery. Caulllloucr, Cucumbers,
Solid Cabbage, Cooking nml
Rating Apples, fancy CmilllUnv
er, Oranges. Our phone No, Is
108. Our prompt delivery will
surely please you.
:: D. A. TERRY
;; Phone 168
itCDiV Dana O. Keoks read- a, per nt
llm meeting of the Logan county Mod
Mtnl', association held In Ediicatljmnl
. Ii'ii H." iri Bellcfontoln'e. 'Thursday.
Sure, nml Annex Cniuuln ltcshlcfi.
If Chnm'n Clark fa etevted IPrealdont-
wlllf hd dtdVo those Missouri mules
dofy'n Pennsylvania, avenue? Mem
25 lb. granulated Sugar .. $I.r.
2 IT. Hulk Corfeo 10c
5 cakes Lenox Soap j -o
2 cans Corn - ... We
I -1. Iiovcs Mnwhc SenrclilY, 150
A lbs. Pule kirn! .-' it:!.
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am iiuMcrinc i rc I
mif,;i, wysu-r sueilM . . . . 7()o
T- 10 llw. Scrap Fccl, .,.. 9i.ni)
,iii iiuiif.JtasiiiB .,, ir,o
Phono 088, Marion, Ohio.
jt , una 11 . vuiiuuuin bt.
1,1,111 n m 11 'MHMIM-H-T
proveincntfl, hiilcndlil location, rc'ason
,hly worth 90,00(1; price. If sold l)ofor0
April 1st, $1,2.V.
7rMm Hhito roor liouso J B"l
resldcnco d!sirk(, 91,030.
8-room house South l'rospcct St.,
7-rooiu house, IJelmont St., reduced
7room modern house, Illalno Ave.,
8-foom modern Jiomso with harn,
largo lot, S. sldo Bcllcfontnln Ave.,
I 7-room house, Pearl St.. 91.500.
((room house, Hlalno Ave., lot 15x
1 8-room house, Pearl St., near Co.
lumhla, $2,000; nml on samo lot. 1
'S.rooni hoiiNe, 91,200; or both for
Thli Is only n partial list of property
In my hands for BnIo nd by calling
nt iny oiricu I can help you to select
n homo In any location desired.
J. J. SOHOENLAUB.
Heal, K8tnte, Surety Ilonds, Fire, Mfo
nml evident liw., 107 1-2 ?J. Slain St.
Ohls Decorating Co
v1t you can march woll to a bnr
galn tuno and have tho collateral to
pay tho fare, wo havo varlotlea onough
for C2 vb'rscs and If some professor
will wrlto tho muslo wo will gladly
liblp 8roll tho chorus loud and long
with a Veil paying drug storo doing
"100 Marlon Homes modern and cmh
tnon. Somo with prices low. Wo havo
homes In Columbus, Delawnro, Ilucyr
us and othor surrounding towns to
ioll or trade, 'Wo havo 33 farms to
'Bell, ..possession given April 1. Somo
with a email payment uown. You must
hurry., Wo also havo sovcral farms
lliat are rented and can give posses
slon fby you collecting rent. Those
farms range In slzo from 0 acres to
740 acres. Do not bo bashful about
oeolng us.. We court your friendship
(.iWoiwllI delight In showing tho
faring to you. Wo havo somo leaders
In 40, C2, 75, 100, 123, 13E, 1CD, 178,
'218, 278, 193, 400, 420 and 740.
. Please call at 114 Court St. You are
assured courteous treatment.
Thd J. W. Clark Real Estate
Bible and Science In Accord
k . on This Point,
ALL NATIONS OF ONE BLOOD,
Paitor nuttell Shows tho Futility of
Trying to Prove a Human Evolution
In Conflict With tho Declaration of
8crlpture Gbd Created Man In Hie
Own Image and the Pretent Dlversl
tlot of Degradation Are All Result
of Adam's Fall From Divine Favor.
17. London Tabor
nnclo wa crowd
ed today to greet
Pastor Itussel). Ha
occupied tho pulpit
nnd behind hlra ou
tho rostruu) were
tho six other mem
bers of tho Foreign
viz., Gen. W. P.
null. United States
Army; Prof. V, II.
Hoblson, Dr. L. "W. Joucs, Mr. J. T.
D. Pylos, Sir. E. W. V. Kuchn and Mr.
It. II. Mnrwcll, nil of ttio United States.
PaBlor Itussel! opened his address by
remarking that although tho Interna
tional Illblc Students Association,
which appointed tho Commlttco of
vlilehjho was Chairman, lipid n British
Charter mid might bo supposed by
ftonie;to inako n full or partial report lu
London of its findings, ho regretted
that they would bo disappointed. Tho
Comtultteo felt that it should mako
buto'no report, and ndvlco received in
dicated that considerable preparation
had been uuidu for tho Commltteo's re
ception In New York City on Sunday,
However, said Pastor Itussell, things
are marvelous today, nnd with tho
wonderful facilities for communica
tion, Hrltlshers. as well as the pcoplo
of the United States and Canada, will
rccelvo tho report at practically tho
samo time through hundreds of their
Very Significant Text.
II h text was this: "God huth mado
df 0110 blood all nations of men, for to
dwell upon tho fnt;o of tho ourtli; and
hath determined tho times beforo ap
pointed and tho bounds of their habita
tions, that they uhohld seek the Lord,
If hap)y they might feel after 111m aud
And nim." (Acts xvll. 20, 27.) ilo
Our text is taken from Saint I'aul'u
address to' the Athenians, whom ha
fouud so religiously Inclined thutj they
had erected mi Idol to eVory- Known
deity, and then ohu prominently ''0 tho.
unknown God." Tho words Of my text
havo been repeatedly bornp In upon my
mind In my sojburnlnga of tho past
four months. I mnrvoled as I percelw
ed tho thoroughness of tho division, at
tho human family us 11 result, of the
confusion of humun language. Tlmo
and again the Apostle's statement that
God bad "determined tho bounds of
their habitations" Impressed inc.
Our text explains tho matter: it
was of God; and wo will doubtless yet
sco more particularly than now how it
worked somo good for nil staying the
downward tendency of sin.
Of One Blood All Nation.
My wider cpntnet with humanity Im
presses tho Apostlo's declaration that
our various nationalities aro all of 0110
blood or nro of ono orlgluol parent
age. And in this scientists, usually
wholly out of accord with tho Illblc,
ngrco. They do not claim that our
raco ovolutcd from mauy monkeys, but
merely from 0110 pair. It seems strange
Indeed, to mo that somo of these learn
ed gentlomen so persistently bcud their
offorto to antagonize the Ulblo en
deavoring to prove a human evolution
In coilIIct with tho Dlble declaration
that God created man lu Ills own
Imago likeness and that tho present
diversities of degradation nro all re
sults of Adam's full from Dlvlno fa
vor, through dlsobedlcuce, under the
sentenco of death.
Even if somo divisions of our raco
do bear a stronger rcscmblnnco than
others to the ape, this Is surely not
scientific proof that they ovolutcd from
tho ape, Just as reasonably might wo
nrguo tho reverse, that they nro u moro
depraved section of humanity. Hut
wo do not so" rato it. On tho contrary,
tho most savage peoples seem to havo
a mental organism capable of quite a
considerable dovclp'pmcnt under favor-
able conditions, oven of n fow years.
Indeed, when wo consider tho In
ferior station of iroMufi In nil tho
heathen nations, and tho blaukness of
tho iuotbor'H, mind .nnd her dejection
nnd hopelessness und tho tendency of
theso to mark her offspring, wo do not
wonder nt tho sad faces of" many of
heathen lauds, both mule nml female.
Judecd. on tho contrary, wo aro aston
ished us wo compare somo of tho low
est types of Christendom with somo of
tho degraded types of, heathendom
surprised that tho difference Is not
grontor. Tho explanation for It nlj Is
that we havo not had the truo typo of
Christianity. Our Christianity has
been so mixed with superstition nnd
bo Impregnated rlth error that Church
lanlty, taken as a whole, in the four
hundred millions of Christendom, is n
hybrid thlng-n slander upon tho namo
Christian and upon tho teachings of
And. by tb way, I romlnd you of
Balnt raul'o explanation or tho desrn.
datlou of tho heathen, us set forth In
tho first chapter of his Epistle lu the
r.onuuiB, Ilo tells us moat distinctly,
ns tho Old Tcx,tum;ut decs, that nm'.t
THE MARIOy DAfoV MIRROR, MONDAY, M AKOH
uiiuiiiiThy fcimw nts Creator and tfnfrlijjfj "nfrJt la snreailiti in nrlrtnlnl
Cl-rill Iflllv ttllnriKil ntvilv fcfttn tlila lulu I .. -. .i .. .... . . 5 . .
gradually slipped nwrty from this Into
greater nnd greater depths of dcariutn
Hon, ldentnl. moral and physical Let
1110 rdnil Saint Paul's words; "When
they know Ood. they glorified Him hot
na God. neither word thnnkful, but be
came vain In their ImaglnntloiiM und
their foolish heart was darkened. Pro
fessing themselves to bo wise, they be
came fools, nnd changed tho glory of
tho Incorruptible God into an Imago
mndo like to corruptible man. and to
birds and four-footed beasts nnd creep
ing things, Contrary to Dlvlno ln
structlonM they Imagined that tho rec
ognition of God In all theso various
creatures would Increase their rever
ence nnd make them better nnd moro
thoughtful of the lower creatures. Ihit
herein they were foolish. Wherefore.
God also gave them up to unclennncfw,
through the lusts of their own hearts,
to dishonor their own bodies between
themselves. And even v. they
did not like to retain God In their
knowledge, God gavo them over to n
reprobnto mind, to do those things
which nro not proper." notn. I, 21-23.
"Feel After God and Find Him."
lint the featuro of our text which
most particularly Impresses mo a
Saint Paul's declaration that God de
termined ninl appointed lu advance the
times of theso nations when they
should bo brought lu contact with thu
light of Dlvlno Truth, to the Intent
that tho reverential quality, Inherent
In the race, might exercise Itself aud
feel after thu truo God nnd haply find
Wo see that In Divine provldonco the
torch or tho Gonpcl, first lighted in Pal
estine, wprend westward and north
ward, through Europe, nnd still west
ward to America. It, indeed, has been
tho torch of civilization. No other pow
er in the WOrld possesses tho dynamic
force of tho Gospel SIcKsago. In pro
portion rts It Is received In Its purity It
bretiks'lllo fetters of Ignorance and su
perstition. It sets men free. It de
clares. Us docs our text, tho oneness of
tho Human family that the entlto hu
man family arc by nature brothers. It
tells that Odd Is no respecter of pot'i
sons and that the samo laws of right
nnd wrong apply to kings and princes,
bishops und clergy, that apply to the
humblest members of the luce, and
that nil must give an account to the
great Creator xoouer or later.
This feat tiro of tho Gospel Messaga
has been the Igniting spark for nil our
civilization. Hut. alas! the combina
tion of this civilization with tho Innate
solllshncsB of tho uuregenernto pro
duces u human type which Is danger
ous, heenuso of Its higher Intelligence
and unrestrained Hwoei.of ntnbltlon
and. Imagination combined with n
fnllqn nature, born In slu ami shapcii
In Iniquity nnd continually tending to
ward selfishness, In other words, n
man ,wholly,ruled hy.Beinalinesii Is dan
gerous, to his fellpw In, proportion to
his education and enlightenment. ITe
knowsit better than bis heathen nclglt
bor, how ,tp tnku lulvaptugo of the clr-
.cumsinnces nnd conditions of, life, for.
he is lilted mentally to u hlglier plane.
Conditions Now Changing,
'alnt jhnul Mi odr ,test declares that
Qod has predetermined "tIMe.i" asso
ciated with, ills dealings' wlt,h the ua
tlpijs and tirfugljiK to theii lliu Gos
pel '. Wp, h. e iilready considered the
Dlvlno order and time In association
with the call of the "elect" djiurch-n
"llttlo flock" called out of every na
tlou, people, kindred, and tongue, to
bo tho Redeemer's associates In the
Messianic Kingdom which Is to bless
Israel and all the nutloui. Wo bo
llcvo that this election of tho Church
class Is about complete nml that won
thereafter God's Kingdom, the reign
of righteousness, the world'sJudgment
Day, will begin.
It should not surprise us, therefore,
to find great changes Imminent
amongst the peoples of tho whole
world. Tho bounds of human habita
tions nnd tho barriers of language nro
rapidly yielding bocnuxo of tlip ;othcr
times ,pf ,DJyln.o appointment which
havo been reached, viz.. tho period
meiitloucd in Daniel's prophecy as "tho
Tmo of the End." (Daniel xll. 1.)
Aud hero wo must remind you afresh
that the 'Time of tho End, does nut
mean the cud of time. It. merely sig
nifies tho llmo for. tile ending of tho
present order of thlugs.tbut i new or
der ot things, the Messianic Kingdom,
may bo substituted. Tveuty-ilo cen
turies ngo God determined this lime
nnd appointed It and gave us four very
Important proofs by which to Identify
i.ui us examine meso.
(1) Tho first sign of tho Time of tho
End was to be, "Many shall run to and
fro." How wonderfully Jhts prophecy
Is fulfilled before our eyes today! Its
fulfilment lias been In progress, espe
cially for fifty years. And It Is less
than eighty years since the flnt loco
motive was built. The nations, first
separated by diverse languages, kept
well within tho hounds of their habita
tions for l&ituy centuries until now;
and now suddenly we have u running
to and fro In fulfilment of this prophe
cy wlrfeh Is umazliig. The vnrlous na
tions and languages are being scatter
ed nil over the earth.
(2) The next step In the prophecy
marking tho Time of the End of this
Ago Is. "Knowledge shall lie Inciens
ed." This general Increase of educa
tion amongst till classes (s a logical ro
suit of the coiiiinhigl'ing of humanity
nnd (he lessons of comparison and
competition being learned, Suddenly,
as though In obedience t" the Dlvlno
command, nation after nation hns
innd,o scliro'.lug fuv; and not content
with this, has made It inmimlxtiru: and
For Infanta and, Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Personal rights and national i-Il-IiIs nro
everywhere being discussed. Tho
schools of India aro mud to bd turning
out a million graduates In tho English
lnnguago every year Tho Chinese ulso
nro Introducing English schools. What
will bo tho results? Eullgliteiiffleht?
Yes! dodlltless? Xo! Contentment?
No! Dissatisfaction, war, strife, an
n'rctiy, nro coming to tho world by
leaps nnd bounds, on n result of gen
eral education, und the breath of Lib
erty, becnuocj not backed by rererenco
for dod rtrid n knowledgo of nnd sub
mission to Ills will. .In pan, China nnd
Indlnjsoem merely waiting for a tparh
1o Bnri h coUflngratlon-nnurehy.
De'ttruettveneie of Higher Criticism.
And ns for Europe and America, tho
conditions thero nro tho same, for
what faith the masses did havo lu God
nnd hi tho Ulblo Is being rapidly un
dermined by tho theories of Higher
Criticism nnd Evolution which nro ad
vanced from tho colleges nnd semi
unties ahd pulpits, and aro Invading,
not only tho public schools, but nlso
tho Sunday Schools. Evidently any
Bystcm "of knowledge which denies or
opposes God nnd tho Ulblo Is an in
jurious education-harmful to tho last
degree! However, by now this God
Ignoring educntlon has so fastened It
self upon tho world ns to bo impossi
ble to shako it off.
(3) Tho third Item Indicative of tho
Time of the End of this Ago is that
"Thb wlso shall understand;" not tho
worldly 'wise, but thoso wlso townrd
God. Arid so wo find It today. Whllo
tho great and tho learned nnd tho
masses nro rapidly drifting Into heath
enish dnrk.nc.ss, nway from tho Hlble,
God's saintly fow. of every nation and
of. every denomination, arp gradually
seeing moro und more clearly the teach
lngs of tho Scriptures, and ridding
themselves mole and moro of tho
creeds of men which for centuries havo
helped to blind and to stumble nnd to
mako thu Dlvlno character nnd tho Dl
vlno Word nppcnr Inconsistent nnd un
reasonable, aud to sepnrato God's chil
dren,. Into, six hundred different sects
nnd ,pnr,tles. These creeds aro now be
ing seen lu their true light by thu saints
and nro being discarded smashed,
(4) An n result of the fulfilments of
Nos. 1 nnd 2, we seo Hearing us, por
tentously, No. 4: "There shall bo n tlmo
of troublo such ns never was since
thero was a nation." Thut tlmo of
trouble, ns nlrcndy Intimated. Is now
looming up on the horlzou, of every
nation. It comes In the wake of an un
snnctlfled knowledge.. It would mean
the utter wreck of all of our civiliza
tion were It not for tho Interposition
of the Kingdom Of God's denr Son, for
which w;o hnvo long waited and pray
ed. "Thy Kingdom come; Thy will bo
dono On onrth as It Is done In heaven."
Our Lord, speaking of this trouble,
doctored, "Unless thoso days were
shortened thero should no flesh bo
saved; but for the elect's sake thoso
days shall bo shortened" because of
tho "elect," nnU the Kingdom which
they will establish, that great "tlmo of
troublo"' will' bo cut Hliort It will not
bo allowed to work out tho terror ut
The Hojjeof tho World.
I inn returning from heathendom
fully convinced that tho hope of the
world Is exactly .ijvhat GOd's Word de
clares, namely.tuc Messlnnlc King
dom. Unless ,".thlt Kingdom comes,
and comes sooti, the worlil will bo In
tho most terrible plight It has ever
known. Hut my confidence lu tho
Word of God nnd lu thu promise of
tho Kingdom "under the whole heav
ens" grows stronger every day, Tho
Hlble, oiico a sealed Hook, once appar
ently contradictory, ouce assumed to
bo lu harmony with tho creeds, nnd
their very foundation, I now sco to bo
tho most wonderful Hook In tho whole
world. It mciely needed tiio light now
duo to God's people to shliio upon Its
pages, to scatter our night and cnablo
us to truly slug.-J'AVondcrful thlugs In
tho niblo I seel" '--' ' ,
Tho three wonderful tilings of tho
Blblo which I woufd wish to Impress
upou you at this tlniajtir:' .The Jus
tlco of God, lu permitting 11 d6ath pen
alty to come upon our race ns a pun
ishment for sin: (2t Tho Mercy of God,
like tho wldeness of the sea, which Is
niakhig provision for Adam and every
member of his race to return to Dl
vlno favor mid everlasting life, If they
will otherwise, to be remanded into
Dcnth-"evei lasting destruction."
(3) If there could bo 11 moro wonder
ful thing than tho gcuernl provision for
humanity, restitution to huuinu perfec
tion and an earthly Eden nnd nil that
was lost by Adam und provided for In
tho redemption nt Calvary that still
moro wonderful thing Is "tho exceeding
riches of God's grace In His kindness
toward im In Christ Jesus." Ah, what
wondrous love God Is manifesting to
wnrd this specially called class, Invited
to become the llrldo of Christ! Truly,
"Eyo huth not seen, nor ear heurd, nei
ther "havo entered Into thu heurt of
man the things God- hath lu reserva
tion for thoso who love Illtn; but God
huth revealed them unto us by His
spirit; for tho spirit searcheth ull
things, yen, the deep tilings of God."
Thl.s wonderful provision for tho
Hrlde, tho Lamb's Wife, is glory, hon
or, lmmortullty JoJiit'helrshlp with
her Lord lu Ills glorious Station, and
association with IHm In His glorious
work of blessing, first, tho nation of
Israel, and, secondarily, through them,
nil Urn nations of tho earth, according
to the Dlvlno promise. I'nr such n
hope, surely, "wo may trials well en
dure!" For such n glory surely wo
may well. If necessary, "sail through
bloody seas!" For such n crown surely
we may well count ull earthly advan
tages aud good things, privileges nnd
opportunities and honors.' but ns loss
nnd dross, "that wo mny win Christ
und ho found In nim." v
Ho Drew (ho Line.
JoiOiua commanded itho sun to Ftan J
Mill; but ho KlW nci go so rar as to
throw his hat In the- ring. OhKago
I People's J
WANTED Swooning- or washing nnd
ironing to do by tho day. Address
'Mrs Elizabeth Gates, General I)r
llvery, City. 3-13-3tp
CONSULT IPHOR COLE Hero for 11
short tlmo only. Astrologor nnd
palmist confidential advisor. This
llfo reader Is centrally located at
Studio, 341 West Center St.
S. LUNQEU, M. D., fits glasses, re
moves adenoids, treats tho diseases
of tho eye, oar, noso and throat.
Office. 202 S. Main St., opposlto Ma
on'a temple. Phono 8C. 6-24-tf
iron SALE A modern Hvomo In a
gcJod location ifor 91,700; muny ctli
er modern homes In good location,
well Worth tho money; also many
ihomes not uitem, In nil parts of
tho city. Remember I will let you
Jiavi) your cholr-o out of over one
hundred homes that I have Tor Mile.
Coino und see'IMilllp llauer, 112 1-2
S. Main fitTcot, Maitlon, Ohio.
POIl SALE 0-room cement block
house, nlcn cellar, fllnto roof, bricl;
cistern, drilled well, west side IT11
cniphor avenue, one squnro from
Btrot car line, .1 'blocks .to union
mut'ton; .powesfllnn April 1; a bar
gain, $1,075; rush $25.00 and SU1.Q0
per month. A C-room house W
Columbia. St., well, cistern, $1,250;
$15.00 per month. C-'rSom modern
hoiMo, paved stroet, $2,400; $25.00
''per month. 7-room house. Glen
wood addition, collar, yell, cistern;
$1,050 at $20.00 per month, v, Xo.v
0-room .house, $3,050; rents $18 50
'per mdntli; sic il.Is soon; half eaaii,
'balance monthly. Orio 0 and one
7-roam house, $2, COO; hc-'th 'bar
gains. 12 acres, liollso and barn
will .trade for MarlOn ' property;
nrlco $1,800. J. H. Holandcr, Hu
bor bloctf.' ' 3-10-20-23
FAUM FOn SALE at auction. Tli$
farm of J. C. Thompson, deceased,
located In Delaware county, 1 1-2
miles southwest of Oirtrander and 1
miles east of Marysvdlle, on goo. I
gravel road, will bo sold ut auction
(to tho highest iblddor by C. H. an !
W. O. Thompson, oxecutors, on
Tuesday, March 2C, 1912, at i
o'clo:k p. m., on tho premises. Th
farm contains 153 2-3 ncros by .sur
vey, has 10 to 15 ncros of good tim
ber, tho Test In gQod stato of culti
vation', has tolophono tind It. D.' It
contains a good 8-room house- and
collar, orchard, a flno garden nnd
out buildings. It can be made a
good dairy or stock farm Will sell
in two 'purts anJl 'thon as a whole.
Torms: Onethlrd cash, ton per cent,
of which Is to bo paid when bid Is
accepted, balanco In two equal pay
ments, ono and two yours, nt six
per cent, per annum, secure! b
Inortgago on premls&s. For further
Knformatlon Inqulro of W. O.
Thompson, Now Dover, O. Tele
imone, Ostntndor Central. E. J.
Evans, auctioneer. Glvo possoeslon
FOR SALE Ono cow, will -bo fresh
tho lust of this month. Call nt 102
Truo avenue. 3-15-Gtp
FOR SALE OR TRADE 120 acres
In Michigan, good buildings, nlcoly
located; also CO acres In Ashtabula
with good buildings. Will trado olth
or farm for 'Marlon 'property. Soo
E. J. Cox, Phono R-470.
PUBLIC SALE 4 1-2 miles south
west of Marlon nnd 2 miles north
cast of Green Camp, on tho Un
caphor St Rayl pike, on Wednes
day, March 20, at 12 o'clock, tho
personal proporty of tho undersign
ed consisting of horsoM, cattle, hogs,
etc. Credit of nine months on sums
ovor $5.00. J. A. Reed, auctioneer
John Hogau, J, A. JclTors.
FOR SAujE Egg8 for hatching;
Rhodo Island Reds; 15 eggs for
40c. Phono Y-322. M. Mukeever,
Kensington Ave. 2-ll-12tp
FOR SALE ono Typewriter In good
condition nnd ono glnss show case,
ns good ns now with adjustable
shelves, will bo sold ut a bargain If
sold soon. Phono 1232, Residence,
330 South Main 1 3-13-Ctpd
FOR SALE Chestnut coal, Help
yourself whllo thero Is plenty. Also
largo quantities of gonulne Pocn
hontus lump. J. L. Prlco Co. 3-12tf.
Ilrewer n Suicide.
lOhlcngo, Mardh 188. (William C
Stlpp, millionaire head of tho Selpp
Browing company, whs found dead In
bed at his homo, 1547 Dearborn nvo
uuo, today. He was aliot through tho
head. Tho pollco woro called to in
vestigate tho tragedy and announced
they believed It a. "Case of mil' Ido. Selpp
had! been HI for several months.
FOIl SALE Eggs for hntchlng, nose
Comb Hhodo Island Whites, $1.00,
$1.50 and $2 00 per 15. Samo as
somo breeders ask $2 00, $5.00 and
$10.00 per IE. Order early as 1
was hundreds of eggs short of or
ders last year. H. D. Keeler, 4C1
Summit St. Phones R-587 nnd L
LOTS FOH SALE I lot on Lincoln
Aventto c!oe to Center street, nt
$323; 1 lot on cost Cerrter Jttreet nt
$300; 1 lot on cjoulli Grnr.il nvouue
at $215; 2 lots on Kentucky avenue
nt $"i5 each. Try Hnln Hros. for
FOIt SALE B. C. Hurt Orpingtons
eggs for hatching; diolco Mtoek. In
quire nt C47 Irey uvonuo or Phone
'FOU SALE Tho concrete blocks
that have material In them to make
them ring like steel. J, L. Prlct
Co., telephone 284. 10-tf
FOR SALE Oood barcams In Ash
tabula county farms; Also Marlon
property for sale or rent. Sco E. J.
Cox, Ileal Estate Agent, over
Turner'e grocery Phone It-470.
FOIl SALE Best guaranteed roofing
in Marlon county. Inquire of J. L.
Price Co. Tel. 284. 10-tf
FOR SALE Concreto fence posts;
guaranteed; the kind you can staple
to; no wood. J. L. Price Co., tele
phone 284. 10-tf
FOR SALE Best grades Portland
cement: quality and prlco gliaran
teed; also White Rock plaster, the
kind that sticks to the wall nnd
does not crack. J. L. Prlco Co.,
Telophono 284. 10-tf
FOR SALE Sower pipe, drain tllo
and all kinds of building material,
prices right; let us figure your mn-
prlnl fnt- vnn jian !! unit tl.n
.. . prop, amoiuttwrou will need: Jn-4
cldentilly we haye tho r best grades
L. Price' CO., tolephone
FOR SALE White plno lath; firio
1 one Inquire before purchasing.
Yours truly, J. L. Price Co.; use
ceaar posts. Telophono 281. lOtf
5,000 PEOPLE Wanted In Morion
to uso Suro Shot Remedy for neu
ralgia and rheumatic trouble. Lab
oratory, 316 north State. For sale
by all druggists. Sure Shot
Remedy Co. 2-12-tf
AGENTS Make $200 monthly: ctty,
country, pormanent; your cha-noe;
protection plan; goods rlht, guar
anteed; luiHtlers win, foe itlrrt; get
territory: write quick. Wood. C7Z.
311 Main St, Cincinnati. O.
PURLIN SAfcE On March 2 1st at 12
o'clock noon, I wll cfTcc for sale
on my farm, D mllpn souMieat of
Marlon, on Snlem pike, 1 mllo south
of -the Snlom church. 2 curling
colts, 1 con, 3 brood wows, 8 shoats,
weigh 100 lbs." o;h, 3 ton mixed
Jiny, nbout 50 lm. of corn, farm Im
plements nnd othor articles too nu
merous to mention. F. J. Axt'helm.
BIG MONEY mndo selling our house
hold spoclaltlos. Quick sulea Freo
particulars, samples and catalogue.
F. Valentino & Co., Dopt. 2, 217 La
fayotto Avo., St. Louis, Mo.
CnAlO'S REPAIR SHOP Repairs
furniture, does upholstering ami all
kinds of ropalr work; havo an espe
cially good grade of furntiuro pol
ish nnd varnish 'for snlo. 119 E.
Church. Phono R-G98
Good (l-i-oom houso 011 Laiiterette, f.'ood well und cistern, big
lot. Price $1500. so another u.i-oom house, uno street, with
cellar. Price $IU(I0.
We have some good 1o(h for sale cheap, also some houses to rent
Wo luno home Ruber stock Mr wile. Uso Mime Ohio National
Life Insurance Mock, cheap, ulso Mime Marlon and Osgood Steam
Shutcl btock. Sec us if 5ii want somo lonil Mocks.
BARND & MONNETTE
Room 10, Ruber Block.
To loan on Furniture, Horses, Pianos, etc. "We
loan on an hour's notice. Absolutely private, Re
pay in small payments. Investigate.
Marion Chattel Loan Co.
IOC 1-2 S. Main St.
Editor Mirror: Please announce
that I am a candidate for county re
corder, subject to the will of tho Dem
ocratlo voters of Marlon county, at
the eomlng primary election.
Editor Mirror: Please announce
to tho Democratic voters of Marloi4
county that I am a candidate for the
nomination for county recorder .t
tho primaries, May 21.
WILLIAM J. SE1TER.
Editor Mirror: Ploaso announce
that I am a candidate for tho nomina
tion for county recorder, subject to
tho will of tho Democratlo votera at
tho coming primary.
JOHN J. STAmFORD.
Editor Mirror: Please, nnnounca
that I am a candidate for tho Demo
cratlo nomination for county recorder
at tho primaries, Mny 21.
E. H. HUG GINS.
For County Commissioner.
Editor Mirror: Please announce
that I am a candidate for the nomi
nation for county commissioner sub
ject to tho will of tho Democrdtl
voters at theo coming primary.
Tor County Commissioner.
Editor Mirror: Pleaso announce
that I nm a candldnto for tho nomi
nation for county commissioner sub
ject to the will of tho Democratlo
voters at the coming primary.
JAMES D. CHARD.
For County Commissioner.
Edlt(r Mirror: Pleaso nnnounco In
your papor that I am a candldato for
tho Democratic nomination for county
commissioner, subject to the Demo
cratic primaries to bo held May 21,
J. J. LOYER.
For County Commissioner.
Editor Mirror: Pleaso announce to
the Democratic voters of tho. county
that I am a candidate for Mm nomi
nation for county oo-mmlMfloncr, sub
ject to 1U10 will of tho Deimoeroillo
volt-rrt 'it tho primaries to bo held Mny-'
21, P.I12. ,r '
EDITOR MIRROR Please an
nounce In your papor that I am a
candldato for tho nomination for
she riff, subject to the will of the
Democratic voters at the coming pri
mary. Goorgo Orlans.
For Clerk of Courts.
Mr. Editor: Pleuso announce thit
I am n candldato for nomination for
cleric of courts, subject to tho decision
of the Democratic vqters of, Marlon
county, at the coming primary elec
tion. FRANK, L. SPICER.
Editor Mirror: Please onnqurico to
thoDomocratlc votersotMarlon county
"J"" "P .a .1?? Patenting
, X. v 1 iW o3 7h,o4 'Vi ', . T
to bo held Mny 2lJ IDIS? ( elected
this will bo tho only public offlco I
havo ever held. I earnestly appeal to
each and every Democrat to help mo
in this offortito 'j(make food."
" HOMT5R,Ef JOHNSON.
Editor Mirror: PJouso announce
that I am n candldato for tho nomi
nation of prosecuting attorney sub
ject to tho will of tho Democratic
voters of Marlon county at tho "pri
mary olectlon May 21, and that I will
appreciate any assistance given to me
during this campaign.
CHARLES 11. CONLEY.
For Clerk or Courts.
Editor Mirror: Pleaso nnnounca
that I am a canaldato for tho Demo
cratic nomination for clerk of courts
at tho primaries May 21, 1912.
LEWIS W. TRON.
For County Auditor.
Editor Mirror: Pleaso announce to
tho Democratic voters of Marlon coun
ty that I nm a candldato for County
Auditor at the primaries to bo held
May 21, 1912.
John K. Peters.
FOR AUCTIONEERING At sales of
any and all kinds, at any time, see
Carey Hensel, Marlon R. R. 1, or
call at this office. 12-7-tf
MOVING, TRANSFER AND STOR
AGE Wo move, crate, storo and
do transfer work at any time.
Phone 1605, 8. Knoch, 322 Bel
mont. J. WILBUR JACOBY has moved into
Uftw law offices on east Center St.,
over Nelson's Jewelry store. He will
continue to practice In all courts
and will give special attention to
the settlement of estates. Of floe
phone 69, residence 839. 8-2-tf
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