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A Mr. "Wllllnm S. Hartford will niiHwrr
QUwtlons nnl Klvo mlvlro KltKK OV
COST on nil Mibjruln tiertnlnlnit to llio
aubject of building for the redilern or tills
titter. On account of his vvlclo cxpc
.rleiieo tin Editor. Author Rml Manufac
turer, he Is, without doubt, tho lilnhcrt
authority on nil thpsc mibjectx. Allures
nil Inquiries to William A. Hartford, No.
194-Plftfr AV., ChlenRo. 111., nnd only
enclose iwo-ccni ntnnip lor reply,
A flVc-room cottage that In con
venient and that looka neat ami rom
fartable 1b not cattily phiimed. Thoro
aro many dlfllcultieB In tho way ot
laying; out living rooms nnd bedroonfs
on ono Iloor. Cottno houso plans
have brotiahRioy hlilrs to tho homts
or many architects nnd u good deal
of comfort to tho owners after they
aro built and paid for
-Formerly fninlllCB wele not so tiard
to pleaso it thoy nro at tho inoiionl
tlmojvln fact, a hundred years ago
tho most fastidious and exchmlvo of
our forcfathera thought they were
quite comfortable In a log cdttago
having two rooms and n loft. Tho
frorft room -answered for parlor, alt
ting' room, b6droom and general liv
ing room, while tho kitchen did serv
ice fol' general work, comprising cook
ing, washing and storage for wood,
vegetables nnd many other things. A
littlo round bottom tablo in ono cor
ner1 did sorvleo for a dining tablo.
This tablo often was mado by spill
ting a log In tho mldtllo and Inserting
lengths cut Horn saplings for legs In
tho rounded side.
Slnco tho good old times, however,
cottaRc houses havo passed through a
wonderful evolution. , A littlo Im
provement can bo .traced through
each generation, until tho present
plans- offer as much comfort and
privacy us n two-story house. Our
grandfathers had nn open fireplace
nnd It has pleased tho present gen-
oration to rotaln this Idea, although
in a greatly' modified form. Wo
haven't so much room to waste" on
brick work nnd wo don't need such a
wido opening, becauso wo don't cook
In tho ilreplnco any nioi;o and wo
haven't any logs or cord wood slicks
U) get rid of, bo wo build a littlo
dinky affair that looks nleo, and If
wb aro lucky enough to havo a draft
mihlclcnt to draw tho smoko up tho
chlmnoy wo can miihitiUn a handful
or rod coals for companionship, while
wo lieat tho house with a furnaco.
Tlicro aro a great many small fami
lies that, may bo accommodated In a
house of this size. They don't need
auy'iuoro room, thoy don't onto to go
Flrot Floor Plan.
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to the 'xnenso of furnishing A full
s'leii , houso nuil thoy don't wuiU tho
.wijrk ' and trouble of keeping It up,
8ma'll- families aro sultablo- fiifbjocts
for sympathy bceauso they looklone
rfonio, but thoy do look i great ijeal
' ' more comfortable In a neat littlo cot
tage house (ban when they under
T take to seattor themselves , through
' , tho different rooms of u moru preten
tious habitation. ,
' Wis of men and wonion fo'ol them
solves by building a houso several
thnea ,1'argoi thaji they really need.
Thoy do It out of prlilo. Thoy want
nu Opportunity to show off nnd they
i Kenorally get dlsappolnlpd. They can
exploit thomsolveH alright enough, hut
whpro thoy got left Is in tho satlsfuc-
f tion of, lording It over their less pros-
perouii Wit more soilalbfo neighbors.
; It Is 'a sort' of bully, bushu'sa In which
'tM BfiioaBiyo party Iiimilj'v fOelu u
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boomerang effect. The thing hits
back. "Man needs but littlo hero be
low, nor needs that littlo long," but
a mail's needs nnd his vants nro two
Very different proposition.
This littlo cottage Is 33 feet wide
and It Is 1G feet 0 Inehw long, with
tho porches extra. The. wall Is lnld
up to a good height above ground.
You havo a much more comfortable
feeling In n cottage It It Is well set
up; In fact, tho bottom of Iho windows
should bo .higher than a man's head,
then you feel as though you might
leave tho window open without seeing
sonio Investigating tramp crawl in
when you uro not looking.
It Is much easier to Improvo tho
otitsldo aujjcnrahco of a cottago house
than any other stjle ot habitation, A
cottage lends itself to a decorative
sejioino In a very easy manner. It
may bo surrounded with vlnqs, trees,
flowers or shrubbery In almost any
kind of profusion and look well every
time. This is no l canon, however, for
planting tho grounds In a promiscuous
manner, It Is eas enough to lay out
a plan and work to It. '
There should be an expanse of lawn
either in front or at tho sldo that Is
entirely free of (lowers or shrubbery.
Nothing but nicely mown grass has
any. business In the main lawn. Thine
niayMio borders of plants and borders
of llowcrs next to the house and along
tho fences. Theio'inay be fruit bushes
and fruit trees if the lot Is big enough,
the nioie the better, until they ctowd
each other, but there should be sys
tem In "It all. On a large town or vil
lage lot it great deal of fruit may be
gmwn In the hack Kardn.
It helps the general appearance ot
tho home to havo tho fruit garden
definitely defined by a low hedge. The
pliedgo may bo permanent or It may
bo of annual plants or perennials. It
may bo composed of follngo' plants,
flowering shrubs, or such llowcrs as
tho salvia, dahlia, chrysanthemums,
A screen covered with climbing
cucumber, (thcgreen-l:ouso sort), scar
let runners, sweet peas, morning
glories, moon flower, etc., 13 useful
In somo places, pretty, too.
When a person gets Interested In
growing vines, shrubs nnd flowers
they find a great many varieties suit
ulilo for ono place or another In the
gaiden In such a way as to conform
readily to a general plan. A little
houso like this finished up In such n
complete manner "shows comfort, and
it feels Just as good as It looks.
"Mln'd Your P' and Q's."
There aro two aeounts of tho origin
of tlio expression ".Mind your P's and
Q's." According to ono, it nroso from
the enily method used in public liousea
of eliarglug citstoinurs for tho amount
of boor they had 'consumed on credit.
I' stood for pint, Q for quurt, nnd as
th6 scores were settled weekly, It .was
necessary for thd toper to watch his
V'a and Q's.
According to iho oilier story, tho
phiaso owes Its oilgln to tho difficulty
(ho pi Inter's devil has experienced
iVoni time Inimomoi'lnl in distinguish
ing between tho lower case P's and Q's
of tho Konian typo. Tho similarity
between tho two loiters Is so 'stent,
particularly when they aio rovcrseil
as in the pufcess ot distributing, Unit
tho printer's npluontlco Is always
warned by tho foreman to "mind his
P's and Q's." Tho Sunday Magazine
Rise of Two Street Waifs.
Tho accidental meeting In Kansas
City a fow days ago of two ox-gov-
eruors stems to Illustrate tho oftio-
pcatod statement that "tho ropubllo Is
opportunity." Fifty years ago two
street waifs of Now ork did not seem
to havo a fair start In tho world, John
nrady was, as ho says, "a little Mick,"
with no homo but tho slroots, and
"Andy" Burke had thu samo homo.
They wero frieiids. Sent ns'hcuueless
boys to an Institution on "tho island,"
thoy herd an ofllclal read a letter
from 'another waif who had been sent
to Indiana. Tho letter told of tho won-
item of farm life and impressed them
do -deeply that thoy clambered aboard
a train for the west. Burko leached
Korlli Dakota, whoro in tho course of
years ho wu.i elected governor. Brady
weiU to Alarikn, whu'rn after "striking (
ft" ho was uppojntHd governor '
Fanoy Work, Design Appropriate
. The- fancy work pattern and design
Is something absolutely now In tho
wny of the clever work aprons that eau
be converted Into bags for holding tho
work. The design Is shown us a plain
npron and also drawn ii nt halfmnst,
when it forms a little poeket In wash
erwoman fashion. Again when It Is
takon oft by drawing, up tho bolt lib
bon, II can bo made into a complete
Kyclet work done upon parallel slots
wide enough to tako inch and a half
wldo ribbon form tho trimming motif
and at tho same time the working plan
af tho apron. A fancy design should
bo worked In the corners, which arc an
attractive, feature when It Is In bag
shape. If firm and sheer hnndkorehlef
linen is used, and tho edge Is finished
with buttonholing, n practical littlo
possosilon, which Is pot-fect for wash
ing purposes, Is tho result, nnd noth
ing could bo moro attractive than Its
appearance when finished with tho
i lliboiia. For tho hurried worker em
broidery edges may be used Instead o
tho buttonholing and a thin beading
applied to the outside, from under
which tho goods can bo cut away.
Basket' Brooches In Favor Again.
An evidence of tho popularity of
mixed color schemes In Jewelry Ih
shown In tho revived popularity or
tho little flower baskets which were
fashionable many years ago. The
baskets, of gold lattice work, aro filled
with flowers mado of various colored
Jowels. The ornament Is used for n
brooch. These brooches, when former
ly used, wero usually of French Dill
gree nnd pasto Jewels and weio ex
ceedingly pretty, although compara
A number of them were disposed of
nt the sale ot tho effects ot tho late
Mrs. Ollbeit, tho well-known netrt'ss.
Thoy went for a mere song, although
thcywcre, In fact, prettier (ban the,
new'brooches of similar pattern. Pink'
nnd whlto stones tiro also a fashion
oblo combination. Among the most
attractive bracelets at the Jewelers'
aro thoso of pink and whlto batoquo
pearls linked togouicr with a deeper
Ubrn, Tuesday evening, a daugh
ter to .Mr. mud Mrs. Edward uarv-
crk'h of south east of Ayosln.
A marriage licenso luis Deeu Issued
to Harvey K. Lust and I.llllun All
nicndluger, both of Pleasant town,
The funeral services of Alta A.
Peterfcou will bo held tomorrow after.
noon at 1:30 o'clock. Tho fuiior.il
.vlll bo private. A short servleu will
bo conducted at (ho grave in Marlon
emeter.v . .
Company I) held Its weekly drill in
he armory last night and made pre
liminary preparations for tho auniiaf
Inspection which will bo held next
mouth. At that time the company
will bo put through a rigid Inspection
by a regular army officer.
Miss Hope Fisher has returned to
Poiighkecpslc, N. Y., tu resume her
btudles ftt Vas-ar, after spending the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
.Mrs. C. 0. Fisher, of Mt. Vernon
THE DUNBAR HANDBELL RINGERS
Scene From the Entertainment That will be Given This livening at Epwortu M. Ii. Church.
The Dunbar Male Quartet and
Handbell ltlngers will up;ear this
evening as tho 4th number on the
Y. M. C, A. Entertainment Couii-o.
Tiie iJuiinars aro repot ten to lie a
Very superior Quartet of .Sluslrlans
nnd a raru musleul treat Is expected.
Tho Winston, N. C, Dnlly Sontlnel
"An ininionse audience greeted tho
lmnbars nt the V .M. C. A. last
night, and eurh a greotlng as 'It vyaa.
If eucotes aie the criterion. It wn.l
tho nwat popular of the'eoasou.'' Tho
.THtiMAltlON DAILY MUtKOR, WfllWEHDAY.
f r Y X
? VyVIL-1 1 N0
lloin.iiny Mr; Clirslor Cnilisle
nY Willinnl, N. V., ami Jhu. W.
IT. HiuuliMii'i, nl Ml. t'lciiieiis, Midi.
Mr. ,liul tt. ( Iiiimi', of Suutli
Main slioft ilelijfhirully eiilurlaiu
wl Willi seven tallies ill" ".')()()" yes
(enlay arieinooji. AI'Iit u number
il" sanies 'luul been playi'd Mrs.
Ilairv H. Aiiiiiiiiiiu and
I'', l'renilerirasl were lied
honors. Jn deeiding Uiu tio
Afler (he eariH luul baeti
nsiile a dainty lu'ni'lieoii was
oil bv I ho luv-te-,s. ,
MLss KHiel Yniuijr,. if Dclaw'atp
avelnie, wiw iliosless ' lo (he nielli
Ik-in ol' lliiTnlllor'si club ami a
number of friends yesterday uf term-on.
Thy lime www iileaiaully
paiJi'tl wifli needlework laud refrcsli
meiils -were H'rveil:
Tile jiucst ll-idc from mic club
memiurs were: Miss Mildicd l.ef
I'ler, Mi.s 3lnry Fre. Miss Klbel
Kraiisi'. Mivs huci'eliu Pal leu, Mrs
Fied Kniuei' 'aiid Mis. Mliineli Von
I'inmiii, of Chicago, ?
A biislnd'HH meeting of the members
of tho Sigma Delta Society or c
High School, wan held last night ai
the home of MIh Nina OdalTor, on
Ka-t CeiMcr stieet. and arrangements
wero made fop a dance to he given
Febiiiary :t at which time the mom.
hers of the society will entertain their
gentlemen friend. The affair. will
be held In the Tally Wag Hnll and
' OREO" ;riIE
the Marlon Fam
Tho Clever Act' at
At Iho Marion Family Theatre
Ibis week is .iciu presented a
fealiiie net of 'Mich cleverness and
m..sery as is seldom witiuved in
evi.ii I his luvscnl, i lie aye oL
sliane feats." The i i,o of I he cur
tain disclose. a plaster caste of a
beautiful woiii.ib 'out of whicii
arlisl, befoie Iho ery ees of
audience, slowly evolves a liviu?
breiilliiuur I'ii'h mid bleed bit of
feininily, identical in J'uriii and
feature with Iho ciile. The cie.i
tioii is really a marvelous one.
MLss Coleman,., hie tulen.ed yiuinn
pianoi.sl plays an excellent overture
of pKjiiilar ail's ami Drnswell, Ibe
comedy rnrtoonist enteilains iith
his erratic bit i of hunior and the
illust tciled Minyf number makes a
singing of Ilniiy Dtpilinr was re
sponded to h) u perfect i-torni of a p.
plause, ami tin quartette W113 coui.
pcllcd by unlvn'Miyi 'approbation to
respoiiil nt lea five times In suc
cession, .lolly itdlo'wH theho Dun.
bars, They c mlCwto outeftntn us.
and thoy did, uottlffly nnd pro.
fchsloually but nat'prEliy."
Tho Oally lleportcijj'or Logauaport,
I ml., lain (his to sa'about them:
''rt delightful cntortnljinioiit. Thoro
was Mtiimiiiig I'Miiuiojiiy and" many
purchiwed'tho linvllego.-, Tlui
JAN. 0, 1007
Dowler'n orchestra has been engaged
to furnish the music.
Mim Clara Mother was hostess
In I lie members of I he t'ecera club
sil her luflne mi West Cenler .street
Tuesday evi'iiiitjr. All of the club
members weie )ieseut. Tin! 'even
ing was iia.sseil jileasanlly at mu
sic, literary snnl. vaiioiM surinl ili
versii'ii.s. Iterj-liiiienla weie mtv-
.Mrs. s. I). Swelnftiilli, of Cherry
street, was hostess yesterday after,
no'in to the membent, of the Ten A
club. After n pleasant senmn spent
In fancy 'needlework, u two course
luncheon was served.
vThe club guest were Mrs. George
Fles and Mrs. Idleman. The club
hwlll meet again In two weeks with
Mrs. Frank Rltzhaupt as hostess.
Mis. If. H. Amiraii lb fiitertalnlng
tluj Doltnlre cluli rl her home on
Delnwaie Avenue this aflermxm.
Piles Cured inOto 14 Days.
PAXO OINTMI5NNT Is guaranlccd
10 euro any case of itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles In C to
11 days or money refunded. GOc.
Alta A. Peterson, the slx-year.obl
daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Charles
W. Petei-Min. of Fnlrgioimd street,
died Tuesday night at 11:1," o'clock
after an Illness of a week with
ily Theater Tint
Ha? the Entire
The l.i.lere.s in
novelty prcseul an
and wry difficult
"itili is their Mieril
the inns) iuiMHsib(
I heir contortion
net entirely now
to 'perform, but
and ability that
in llieir Junius.
M. Hyde, delivers a mono-
luui'.e which, at fir.sl
becomes funny rind fiualiv
it i oar of laughter.
The Isinadroiiiu Moyiujr Picture?
tells a t.li.r.v of u Fidlics of .Sal
au, and this is undoubtedly ouu of
the best numbers on the vvcekV
U'.iuwhile vaudeville coiitiuucs
lo ltou in favor with the public
and Mniuitrer 'ail returns Hie com
pliieeiit by seenrinjj: only first class
perl'ornieis for ibis house .
LTTs havo lrrought together a com.
pany of remarkably talent.1 life bells
are marvolous, Tholr sweetnors echoed
and re.eeiiood thiough tho auditorium
long aftei the chimes hnd been touch
ed. The qunrtotto was ono of the
nint artistic- feature1) and brought
down the hotisn,''
The doors this ovenlne will ho
'opened nt 7-!!0 o'elook' but tho enter.
tnlnment will not begin until 8:15 to
newninduto those whrnmay wish to
atlqnd the wrvlccs being Hold, In Ibf
cltyeiirllortli! tho evening.
Always ftcmMtifcur tKi! Full Na'mi
Cure a Cold in One Day
Cure Grip in Two Days
J'J-r7rL' Lox. 25c
The unniial iustallalion of ofl'ie
crs of Ksiher Teiniilo Xo. 1)0 Hnlh
lione .Sileis of Caledonia, was held
in Hie- lod.iro 'halls of that town,
Tuesday eu'iiinjf. Jlrs. A .N'.
Dills acini us iiistnll'my: officer mid
I he follow in? iI I icers were sworn
in: Mrs. llenrv Lyuuiii, most ex
cellent chief", Mrs. . llipWier,
i:ist chief; Mrs. T. .). Andrews,
mistress of records and currcioml
enl ; Mis. Frank Killers, mistress
ol liiinnee; .Mrs. .1 . run,, mami?
er; MNs Maude Decker, most ex
KJlni junior". Mis. Frank h.voii,
must excellent eiiinr; .Mrs. Amliew
Jackson, protector; .Mrs. T. A.
f! ruber. j;unrt!.
Daily Market Report
Kusi llnffalo, N. Y., .Ian. Jl. -('utile
lit eeilils 23 lii'ifll; Jll.irkit
I'iiin. ti'iile ll.'lll.
Veal calves lU'veinls J 30 head;
maikel active. 23c liiuher. Top
wills il.30 and !).73; cull lo fan:
(i.23 (,i 0.23.
Sheen and lambs -Iteceiiits NhllO;
slow, lower. Choice lambs 7. S3 (ij
v. cull lo fair 3.73 fn 7.73; year-
liiisrs 11.23 ( li
at 3 . 73 ; ew es
.S3; wethers 3.30
sheep 3 (n 3.30; cull sheep 2.30 (rii
llnirs -Ueceipls li,s()ii; miuket
fairly active al lower values. York
ers (i.70 ( 0.73; jiie;s li,73 (n (i'3;
lieavv and mixed prudes II. ill;
imilis 3.30 ai II; slays 1.30 (uN 3.
UNION STOCK YARDS.
Pnlon Mock Yards. Ills., .Ian. !).
Cattle Itecclpts 22'JOI); ealltnated
for Thursday 10,000: market steady
aifd Btiong: prime beeves, 0.10 S
7 15; poor lo medium -1.10 fi 5.50:
HtoiketH anil feeder-. 2.70 ft 1.75;
winners, 2.75 (ff1 5.25; western. 1.70
& 2.00; Toxaus :!.50 j 5.10.
Hogs Keu'lpts IIC.OOU; estimated
ror Wednesday .10.000: market weak,
5c lower: lisht 0.20 fj) 0.10: heavy,
C.20 (fi1 0."0; mixed G.30 & 0.50.
Sheop Receipts 22.000; estimated
for Wednesday 15.000: market steady:
native sheep :i.25 Lf 5.05; western
sheeii 3,10 (f? 5.00; natlvo lambs
I Q) 7.75; western lambs 5 7.75.
Cleveland. .Inn. !l. - llo;p Uo
ceipts .'ill fin's. .Shipments libl,
slioiier; yoikerw ami mediums (1.70
heavies (1.03 ("i (J. 70; bes pigs
Calves l.isrhl, steady; fair lo
irood 7.30 (m S.30.
.Sheep and hinibs-li c'ai-s; steady
jioml In extra lambs 7.73 0' 7. S3;
fair In "ood 7 0 7.30.
Plttshurg. Pa., .Inn. !i.-C.iltie-lleceliits
light nnd maiket steady.
Cnolco 5. SO iff 0.10; prime 5.50 tfr
5.75; good 5.15 5.10; tidy butchers
1.50 Iff 5.10; fair 1.10 1.50; Mini.
num. 3.50 1: eholce heifers 1.25 !f
1.50; common to fair heifer-. 2.50 fT
1; bulls 2.50 r I; fat uivvh 2 i I:
good fresh cows and springers. $25 (ff
$50: lomuiou to fair $10 P $20.
Sheep and Intuits-Supply light:
maiket steady. Prime wethers 5.00
i 5.75; good mixed 5.25 (Tr 5.50;
fair mixed 1.75 (Ti 5.20; culls and
(oninion 'I tt 3; lambs 5.50 (ff 7.85:
ve.il calves !i iff 11.50; heavy and thin
1.50 & 5.50.
Hogs UoeolplK 20 doiibledecks;
market active ami 10c higher tin all
but heavy grades, which were ttlcady.
P.iiue heavv hogs U.ijr, & 0.70; ined.
linns ami heavy yorkers 0.80 J 0 85:
Jlght yorkers and pigs 0.85 (Tv il.'JO;
roughs 5 0; slags I i 1.75.
t'hicimo, .Ian, li.-Win il 1-s (
.l-.c b liber. .May -old lulu ecu i
5-S and 7i I -I, np'.'iiiur nl 7" ;i-l
ami elo-iin.' at 7,"i 7-S: .Ink- belwecn
7."i .'l-S ami "(iiipe nine; nl 7" 1-2 (if
li'Miij,' at 7"i 7-S; No. "J ted winter
i cirii i-rt ( i-i up (o uu-
chunncd. May Mild ibefweeu -l.'l .'l-S
.mil -ill i'i-S, oieiiinjr at -111 Il-S and
cloiu ut -HI ,'i-S; .lulybelweuii l!l
o-S ami IH 7-S, opeuim; at -111 .ri-S
and closing: at -III r'I--l; Xo. II yel
Oiil l-Sc heller; lay eold be
tweeu .l."i 7-S mud :i(i l-S, opeuim:
at Mil ami closiiif.- at ;l(l 1-1 ; July
belwi'eii !):i a-S and ,TI l-'J, openinj,'
at a.'l ,'t-S mid ekvsimr nt a.'l 1-2;
Xo, 2vulUe ,'J."i lr2, (a a.
ffolcdo, Jan.-'9, -Wheat Cash nnd
.Innuary 76 1.1 May 7H 7.8; July 77
Corn Cash and .lanllnry Vi 12;
May-tl 5.8; .luly 15 !i-8.
Oats Cnih ami .lanitary 117: May
::s; ,iuir ::,' n.i.
Bye No. 1, lis; No. 2, CO; No. 3,
Clovei-eed--Cash nnd .Imitinry 8.52
1.2; February 8.57 1.2; March 8.02
1-2; April 8.12 1.2; prime nlslko 7.02
Prime timothy 2.05.
NEW YORK PRODUCE.'
New Voile, .Tun. II. Hogs llc
ceipls l,i;,'i(); steady, neniby wlirlo
liiucv :itl: ido e.vtro mixed 27
western linevl (!; do firsts 'Jo;
-out hern 2'1 (a 'J."i.
OF COURSE IT IS
Isn't it rather foolish to
allow a house to stand
idle in this1 city wl?n
there is r real scarcity
ol desirable plnces.and
renters are watching
THE MIRROR WANT ADS
Mi:N AND HOYS Plumbing or llriek
laylng Trade pay.. ?5 to ?S per day;
we teach you by praetleal instruc.
thins in 3 mouths; position guaran
teed; free catalogue. Coyne Trails
School, 1075, Uastou Ave., St.
l.onlsl Mo. 12-u.tf
WANT1CU A vvonian over 21 year of
age of good character, who Is
eueigellc, lo look after lnislnofS' of
an old established company. Per
manent occupation for right party.
Address Western Ohio Vlavl Co.,
Itoom 3 hud I, Masoule Block, Kos
torla, Ohio. l.C.12t
FOIL SAI.K My modern home at 137
rf. .lames r.ticet. S rooms and
luth, hot vatcr, heat. l-'rult,
chicken house and park, 150 bbl.
cistern. C. P. Phelps. 11-21-tf
FOIl HUNT- Hooin ovor our storo
lCx'JO feet. Obis Decorating Co.
FOIl HUNT -Now House, 7 rooms
and bath. Ilol air furiiaee. Kv
erythliig modern, lent reasonable.
151 Cherry street. S. II. Keller.
FOR HUNT A nine room house and
bath, very centrally located. lAp
ply at Villi's Studio, 21S Iiast Ccn
t"r street. 8-lloodtf
Voiiujr Married Lady would llko
one or two nicely furnished rooms
with or without board, with somo
refined family in a strhtly mod
ern home. Sl.ilu full particulars
Address I! .Mirror office.
WANTUD A second hand office
desk. AddietH 203 Leader St..
AtfCTIONKHIUNti-i.K w. Clark
will cry sales opryvdrjl description
at leahoimblo Vates. Satisfaction
guaranteed t Your Ihteicst ld my
Interebt. Office DOoiml.oCourt street.
Uoth phones, .Marlon, Ohio.
We move' and store
your goods and do
all kinds of transfer
work. Phone 155.
PEOPLES TRANSFER CO
LEARN SHORTHAND at
the Most Succcsiful Com.
mercial School in the state'
Shorthand will cnablo you
to oarn a large salary and
givo you a profession that is
not crowded. No school in tho
country trains such a latgo
per cent of its students to
hold good positions as the
Lima Business College We
challongo comparison. Fifty
students placed sinco Septem
ber 1. New term opens Janu
ary 2. Employment furnished
to meet oxpenses and one-half
For information, addresi-I.'
T. OLEM, Secretary Lima, O.
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