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4c'No one whd-s6ahned the crowd that,
morning wouia navo uenevea that the
calm, set face on that erect Indian
Aur, occupying the very center of
that horde of gatnliibrs who were only
.awaiting tho ringing clang or the gong
to hurl themselves like madmen at
each other, was tho hysterical man
who the night beforo was wlldy pray
ing for this moment. Nearly every
ma in that crowd was calm, but Hob
Brownley was. the calmest or them all,
It' the' exchange code that at any cost
6fKeart or nerve-tear a man must re
tain Koc-d form until the gong strikes.
Then, that he must be as near the un
caged tiger as human mind and body
can be made. Only I realized what
volcano raged inside my chum's bdsom.
If any other man of the crowd hud
known, Hob's chances or success would
have been on par with a Canadian
canoeist Bhort-outtlng Niagara for Huf
falo. Nino-tenths of the stock ex
change game Is not letting your left
brain lobe know what race yolir right
is In until the winning numbers and
the also-rans are oh the board. If onu
o those 300 chain-lightning thinkers
or any of their 10,000 alert associates
knew in advauce the Intentions of a
feiiow broker, tho word would sweep
, through that clowd with the sureiiilfls
of uncorked ether, and the other 290,
at gong strike, would be at each oth
ers' throats for lilt: vltuls, and before
lie knew tho game had started would
have his hones picked to a vultuie
Suddenly, as I wutched tho scene,
,there rung through the great hall the
first-sharp stroke of tho gong. There
t wero no echoes heard thut morning.
The metallic voice was yet shaping Its
command to "at 'era,- you fiends" when
from 300 throats burst the wild Bound
of the stock exchange yell. No other
eound In any of the open or hidden
(places of all nature duplicates the
yell of a great stock exchango at an
exciting opening. It not only Alls and
.refills space, for the volume is terrific,
ibtit it has an Individuality all its own,
coming from the incisive "take-nitne-
il'vegot yours," from the aggressive,
almost arrogant "you-cun't-you-won't-
... . nave-y6ur-way," the corifldent "by-
j" Iheaveh-l-wlll" individual notes that en
.sW..tefihtb tlie -whole, as they blend with
r )thV shrill sdrenm of triumph and. tho
' ,dle-mway note of disappointment, when
tjrdifitidr men- realize their success or
their failure. '1 picked Bob's magnlll-
ceritly resonant voice. frdru the mass
J'4o for any part of 10,000 Sugar." It
was this daring bid that stiuck terror
(to the bears and filled the bulls with a
frenzy of encouragement. Again it
rang out "4G for'any part of 2C.000J"
and a third time "GO for any pait of
The' great' crowd was Bulging dll
over the room. Hats wero smushed
and coats were being stripped from
ihelr owners' backs as though niudo of
paW-, and now and then a particular
ly frantic buyer 6r seller would be
borne to the floor by the ImpetuB of
ithose who sought to fill his bid or grab
ihls offer. Through all the wild whirl,
straight 'and orect and commanding
i was, tho form of Hob, his face cold and
ixpresalonle"sB as an Iceberg, in flyo
minutes the human mass had worked
Jiack to tho Sugar polo and there was
ith'e inevitable lull while its meinbeis
'h " I' could see by the few entries Dob
aa, making on his' pad thut lie had
Y$ed compelled to buy but lltlie.. This
'meant that ills campaign was working
emoothly.-that he was dilviug the mar
.kef. Up by merely bidding, cnJ that he
,hk&- the greater part of my 50,000 yet
'trabbught, which in turn meant he
coiild continue to puBh up the price,
,drl)h tiio event of his opponents' at
tempting to run it down, he would bo
under the market with big supporting
Suddenly tho lull was broken. Bob's
voipe lang out again "iD3 for any
palt of 10,000 Sugar." Again the gam
blers closed in and for another five
Wlndtea tho opening' scene was dupli
cated, with only .a shade loss' llorce-
nesRl After ,teu minutes' mad tiadlug
U might' burst of sound told that
Sugar was 100 bid. Then Bob worked
his way out of tho crowd, und passing
by me 'fairly hissed, "By heaVou, Jim,
,lf; , 1 we
got them cinched!"
went back to the office. In a foW
mnutes Bob without a word-strode
through my office and Into the little
roonl'occupicd by Beulah. Sands,, He
Mosetye cftor bebjntj him, o ,ili
ftit.he'laa nevfer, done before. It, i
inWU"lKlfluteWfW opened if i
nmipil It unil
'c.a'iled,r6'fh,eilIntHlfl,eyes was a strange
(Wpk;'ff'1Id(tt"lhhtH.'atftainoni thd blertd
JfciibfvtwMnfghtyJpadsiotiH, one Jay,
theWher I could not make out, unless
it' wAiHkat soft one, which suppressed
I6vp eoierglng from terrible uncer
tklniy? generates in deep natures and
which Unually finds vent in tears.
BeUluh, Sands was a study, Her heart
Was evldeutly swaying and tugging
with 'theaneVs Bob Had, brought her.
he nniBt 'have seen the nearness of
release fioin the tor.turo. that had been
, 81llng hei' donl during the past thr6e
niontUs, and yet such was the remark-
neii-cuitiiui ui mo nuumui duwu
dt)b'le courage, that she refused to
f;y'OutwiVd slgn'of 'her feelings.
IU ' rtHpr:u, uiBiimcu in
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" ijy r,
flTtMlMMf iiliilliiih iltt ii i iiiiiiiiiliiiii l i n i n n ih . .
"Jim, Miss Sands and I thought It
best that we should have a little match
up at this stage of our deal," Bob be
gan. "I want to'iithow If you both ngree
with me on adhering to the original
plans tb close out at 170. 1 never fo)t
surer of my ground than In this dcul.
The stock Is 103 on the tape right
now." Ho glanced at the White paper
ribbon jvhose every foot on certain
days spells heaven or hell to countless
mortuls, us It rolled oitt of the ticker
lit the corner of tho ofllee. "Yes, there
she goes again 3. 4, 41. and 1,:!00
at a half.i ThcW is a tremendous de
mand from ull quarters. Washington's
buying l unlimited; the commission
houses are tumbling over one another
to .(jet aboard and tho shortn are scared
to u paralyzed muteness. They don't'
know whether to Jump In and cover or
to stand their present hands, but the)
have no pluck to light the lhe, that Is
For Twenty Minutes
certain. The newo bureaus have Just
(published the story thut I am buylcs
Tor Randolph & ltandolph,,and thuy
for tho Insiders; that tho new tariff
l3(as good as passed; and that at tho
directors' meotlng to-morrow the Sugar
dividend will bo Increased, and that it
is agreed on all sides she won't stop
going until alio crosses 2Q0. I've been Jlng power, and though I tell you frank
obliged to take on only 18,000 of your '. jly that I never speculate, don't bollove
C0.000, and at present prices theie Is In speculation and am In this deal oulv
over two hundred thousand prollt In
i uunK x couiu go uac c tnero
aim In 30 minutes have It to 180. Thou
if I rested eu ituntll about one o'clock
and threw mysfcir at it for leal lire
works Up to the close", I could, under
cover of them, let slip about half our
purchases, and to-morrow open her
with u whirl and let go tho balance.
If I'm In luck I'll average 180-185 for
tho whole bunch, but I'll bo satisfied
If I get an ayerago of 175, which would
ullow me to sell It on a dropping scaio
I agreed that his campaign was per
fect, and Beulah Sands said In her
usual quiet way, "It Is entirely In your
hands, Mr. Brownley. I don't see how
any advlco from us can holp."
Bob went back to tho exchange and
I Into my dfilce. Hob Had been right
again. In ten minutes the tapo began
to scream Sugar. With enormous
' transactions. It ran mi In IS minutes to
, ns m tm'e,e ,nole u dropped to 1SI,
j ttnu tne,v atoadly mounted to 185 JJ,
dulled up, and was healtliy steudv.
Piesently Bob was back and we sat
down ngnln. .
"1'Ve bought 20.000 moro for vn.i
Jim, oh that bulges 1'vo 38.000 In ulii""' 'rliroilu y advice umny of
or tho last 50,000, which leuves mo
ia,000 nresorve. The ayoiage is 'way
under 75, and there must bo ?400,000
for you in It now and a utrong l,400,.
000 In Atlas-Sands' 20,000, and $1,800,.
000 Jn our 30,000. -TJioy say it's bad
business to count chickqim iu tho shell,
but ours are tapping no hard to get
oiit I can't help doing it this once, I'm
going to keep away fionj tho floor for
an hour onso, (hen J. wll go over and
wind It up ahd good (lod, Beululc
Mlss Sanda iro you ill?"
tho' girl's fade wad Uslien gray mid
sho Hcemod to he gasping for breath.
1 rushed for somo water while Bob
seized loth her hunda, but In an In
slant tho-bood camo to hbp cheeks
with a rush and aho anld, " was. dizzy
for a moment. It, must havo. been the
thought of titling l,8UO,ooo bade to
father that upsetine. jvth that uinoulfl
father 'cpiiltf mkk?godir all tho t.rV,t
funds, and have bacH; enough -for his
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MJB MSKTO '
oWu fortune to make lis Bccm,nflcr
what we have been going through,
richer than we were before. Pardon
me, Mr. Itnndolph, won't you, tfben 1
say dod bless you and every one
whom you hold dear, God bless you 7
What could I or my father have done
but for you and Mr. Urownley?"
. She turned her big eyes full upon
Bob,, filled with a light such as can
come only to a woman's eyes, only to
a woman before whom, us nhd stands
On the brink or hell, suddenly lroms
Sharp and "shrill tang Bob's' ox
change telephone. Tho ring teemed
shriller; lt,-certalnly wum lodger tfiun
usual. B6b Jumped for the receher.
Ho listened a llloment, then an
sweied. "Stand on It nt SO ror 12.000
shares. I will he there In a second."
Ho diopped tho receiver. "Jim, wo
have struck a snag Arthur Perkins,
whom 1 left on guard at the pole, says
Harry Conant hns Jumped In and sup
plied all the bids He has It down to
81 and Is offering It In 5,000 blocks
and Is aggressive. 1 must get there
quick," and he shot out of the office.
1 sprang ror" Hob's telephone. ' Per
kins, quick!" "What are they doing,
Perkins?" 1 asked a moment later.
"Conant has almost filled ule Up. Ho
scorns to have a hogshead of It on
tup," he answered.
"Buy fiO.OOO shares, G.OOO each point
down; and anything utihlled, give to
Hob when ho gets the'ie. He Is on tho
He Was a Mad man.
I shut off and turned to Miss Sands:
1 "This is no timo td stand on cere
mony, Miss Sands. Harry Conant Is
, Camcmevor's and Standard oir IipiuI
.broker. Ills being on the floor means
mlschlof He never goes into a big
(Whirl personally unless they are out
(for blood. Bob has exhausted ills buy
' fOrT3ob and for you I swear I don't
intend to let them wlno tlm tinrir with
hlm without at least mtiklng them
swallow some of tho dust they kick
up. Please don't object to my helping
out, Miss Sands. Ordinarily I would
'defer to your wishes, but I lovo Bob
Brownley only second to my wife, and
1 have money onough to warrant a.
plunijo In stock. If they should turri
Bob over In this deal, ho well, they're
not going to, If I can pi event It," and
I started for the oxchango on the run.
(TO BE CONTINUED.)
A Woman Tolls How to Reheva
I havo been a very great sufforer
from tho dreadful dlseaRe, rjieumu.
tlsm, for ft number of years. I havo
tiled ninny medicines, hut never got
much relief from oily of them tihtfl
two yenis ago, when I bought- h
liotllo of Chnmherlulu'R Pain Balrtlt
I found relief boforo I had used all
of ono bottle, but kept on nppiyitig
J1 mi'1 S(,on felt 11,0 a '"fforeut worn.
,ny u,u"ul? "llvu iruu Il ,,mi wn
tell you ho'V wonderfully It Hits
worked, -Mia, Sa'ah A, Colo, 140
S. Now St,, "Dover, Del. Chamber
Inln'st Pain Baliit Is- irilujniont. Tho
relief' from pain' Wliloli ' It affdrds
1? alopp wprtli many twines its edst.
It makes r'e&t and ' sleep possllild.
For snlo ihy all druggists.
successful "'Faith Tea.
A "lalth tou" was hold nt Swanago,
Pnglnild, in conuectlun with a temper-unco.inlf-slotl.
No jltoVlslons wore or
dined, but thoso nttotidlhg Woio to
lmvo lalth nnd trust that the ndcassury
food would bu sent In. So gonerous
was tllu htiipiy that tick only was Ihoro
onough for tou, but a supper fus add
ed Inter In tho ovouiug, mid tho scrip
tufnl baBkdtfuls wo'o loft' ovor for dls-'
trlbutlou umoug tho poor
SEE'S LAXATiVl HUNtY and TAI
BPUIVIB 0US4t AMi WbM
' in ' i' V.vti4 v
PMLTi. MMEOIfr FRIDAY, APMI
ODD PEACE OFFICIAL
KANSAS JUSTICE HOLDS COURT
IN BLACKSMITH SHOP.
Lawyers Strictly Barred from Place
Unique JurlsVlB Six Feet Seven
Inches Tall Weighs Near
ly 500 Pounds.
Topeka, Kan. With his anvil for a
bench, his sledgehammer for a gavel,
and his blacksmith shop for a court
room, Frank .Jacques, Justice of tho
peaco at Klmont, a vlllngo sevon
miles north dt Tctyoka, presides over
what Is perhaps the must uulquo
tribunal In tho world.
Stnndlng six fret Bcven Inches tall,
weighing 482 pounds, Justice Jacques
Is a commanding figure, and when his
llonllke voice utters an edict, prompt
obedience of such edict Is then In
Ono of tho peculiarities of this re
markable man Is the fact that hd does
not permit lawyers to prnctlco In his
"As a peaco officer," philosophizes
Justice Jacquea, "my first duty, as I
see it, 1b to promote pence, and ns
lawyers and pence aro not mlxablc
quantities, I lmvo baned tho lawycr.q
In tho Interest of pence '
JiiBtlco .TncqucH hns for a long while
been tho village blacksmith and horse
Bhoer nt Klmont, and his phenomenal
strength enables him, when occasion
lcqiilres, to conquer tho most refine
tory horao by throwing him to tho
floor nnd sitting on him whllo an as
sistant nnlls on tho' shoes. Men of
colleglalo education mo .seldom found
(Kansas Justice Who Presides Over
In a horseshoeing (.shop, but Justice
Jacques is an exception to tho rulo,
ror ho is highly educated, Ho is an
omnlvel'oua readof," devoting the
greator part of hla lelsuio to high
clnaa Ilturatuie, and ho' has wiltlen
several Important artldcB on social
and Industrial topics.
Mr. Jacques was not a candidato for
tho office which hor -now holds, but
was drafted by tho people,or his town
ship In n ilonpaitlBuu movement, and
hlu election wua unrtnlmous. Tor somo
thno theio had been more or less
petty litigation of a nolghboihood
character In Klmont, nnd-ns a matter
of clvlo pride somo of .'tho loading
citizens sturted a boom for Jacques,
believing that ho would -'be able to
wield n peaceful Inlluenco nnd pro
moto tho comniunlty Hplrt.- Ho took
chnrgo of the olllco .Inniinry 1 (hit,
year, and since Hint tlnioho Iiob ami
cably adjusted several local rouds of
long standing. ' r h
On tho dingy walls of tiie-conihlncil
blacksmith shop and cquitroom there
aro sevetal placards hearing signifi
cant insciititlons. One of th'cs'o reads-
let us nAvn.'JpcAcn.' !
And another one, still ,-moro ' to "t'lio
point, is im follows: ''
: NO I-AWYJ3US rnUMlTTHD IN .
: THIS COOltT. Tltni URL- l
: I.OW8 FUItNlSII WIND.
"I don't expect to make 'any money
out of thlH office," Mr. Jacques said to
his constituents at tho time of hi
election, "therefore I ennnot nfford tc
rent n courtroom. I will hold coiirt In
my shop whonovor n session 1b neces
sary, und people who haVo',troufilea to
adjust aro wolcomo to call nt any
time cordially wolcomo, so long iif
they do not hi lug a lawyer with
them." !. ,
When n dlaptito Is to ho Bottled It Is
tho cuntoni of Justlcu Jn'cquos to let
each patty to the tioublo 'relate In an
iniormui way ins iiiuo or thd Btory.
Meanwhile, ho Incidentally stiuidii ha
tWQcn them to nip In tho . bud any
olgns of rising temper. Wheil ho lutH
heurd both veialons ho niiiilj'zes tho
situation and suggests tiiieh tonus of
adJUBlmont ;ih to him nppenia fair.
Nino times out of ten, Utlgnua ate flat
iBiled with tho Juequea method of set
tlement, und oven though' thriy muy
lmvo como before tho hliicksmrth jur
ist ub enemies, they leavojis brothers.
Justlcu Jacques Is lopgon mlith,
and Is much glviju to luirmjesa Jolting.
In Topeka a few days ago ho mot a
young lawyer liknil,' lec'fntly admit
ted to tho bar, mid Invited him to
visit his court.
"But," lospondcd tho' liiyor, "I
thought you did not allow luwyera to
appear In your court." '
"Just so," .Ineques solemnly replied,
'but I ago no loanon why thut rule
should apply t you."
Mr, Jacques Is a little, more than 40
ycoiB old, und My rcorion of hla non.
ileious'olzn hlo clollilng must iio made
to oidri-j nnd ho Bleeps upoir ii Hpi'clat
ly consti'ucte,! ljodsleadi-"iIe ia'u nn
tlvoof Muiylnhd and hmr-llrcd lu
tUuMis eluee l!i?2.- , ;-('
in. T" tm
yy vfi O JbV
White and Black Diamonds.
Tho joting glil extended her black
satin shoo and tho bucklo of brilliants
flashed and glittered.
"We all wear dlamondB on our
ihocs," said her companion, a chem
ist. "My bIiocs aro covered with din
inonds, but I nin not proud of It )
don't put my foot out."
Drawing in her foot, tho young glr!
"What do you mean,' Billy?"
"1 menn wllht I said,' ho replied
"Diamonds aro crystallized caibon,
aren't they? And what Ib blncklng7
Blacking Is caibon, too-tfcnfbbn In the
shapo of lampblack rind when we
smear If on n shoe and rub the frlc
tlon gives us crystallized carbon, nnd
we have n brilliant coaling of black
diamonds. Look ut my hoot now
Don't the llttlo black diamonds glister
CASTOR I A
For Infants nntl Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
, Daily Market Report
F,nst Buffalo, N. Y., April 12.-Cnl-
tle neclptfl no cars; market active
Veal cal vcr Receipts, 200 hend; op.
ened active nnd steady, closing weak.
Top veals, 7.50 8; cull to fair 11.75
Sheep and liiinli!! Receipts fi.iiOO:
active, lainliM 10c higher. Sheep 111 In.
fiholce lamlw, U.I0; cilll t fair, 7 ifi
H.!)0; ycarlliigi 7.2.1 fv 8. If.; welhors
li.CO (J) 7; ewes and mixed sheep,
ii u o.r.O; ctiii sheep, :i n.2r.
Hogs- Recelpta tS.SOO; fairly itetlvc,
fi (f? Kit lower. Ymki'ifl, 7.10 Tr
7 . 1 r. ; pigs 7. in Gd 7 20;; heavy and
mixed I'Milex 7.10; tniighs 11.25;
stags 5 io 5,25.
UNION STOOK YAED3.
Union Slock Yards. Ills., April II.
Cattlo RecelptH 1,500; estimated tor
Saturday 300; market steady; prlnui
beeves 5.05 fi) (1.75; poor to medium,
14.25 fv 5.00; sloikcra and feeders,
2.80 ((() Ii; cows anil helfciH, .1.10 &
5.25; ennners i.S5 ffp 2.75; Texims,
4 (fj) I. SO.
'Hogs Receipts 19,000; estimated
for for Saturday 11,000; market Cc
bwerj light 0.50 Up l!.75; lough G.25
& CiliO; mixed (i.C.5 f? fi.8D; heavy.
(J. CO d? 0,75; pigs 0.10 0.5(1.
Sheep-Receipts 7.500; western sheep
5.25 fp C.CO; native Inmbs 5,00
8. 50; western Jambs (5.2.1 8.55.
Cleveland, April 12. -'Receipts no
cars; Bhlpinents 800; lower. York,
ers, mediums nnd heavies, 7; best
pigs 7; stags and roughs I & fi.15.
Calves-Receipts i::o; Btmiig, un
clinnuod. Cattle Receipts I cara; steady, nn.
Chicago, April 12. Wheat Ad
vanied 1 3.1 jj) l 7.8c; May sold
between 78 1.8 nnd 70 1-1, opening at
7S US and closlnc; at 71); July between
80 1.2 and 81 1-2, opening at SO 1.2
and cIosIiir at 81 ivl; No. 2 red
winter 78 1.2 7 70 1-1.
Corn-1.2 7.Se higher; Mny sold
between 47 1-4 and 47 7.8. opening
at 17 1.4 and closing nt 47 8.1; July
between 47 1.1 nnd 47 5-8. onenlnc nt
If 1.4 and closing nt 17 5.8; No. ;i
yellow, 14 3-1 45 3.4.
Shorts wero biiyeis; market active.
Oats C.8 g 1 l.lc hdjr; May
sold between ii and 14 1.2, opening
at II 1-8 and closing nl 41 1.8; July
between 30 7.8 nnd 10 1.1 nnd closing
nt 40 3.1; No. 2 white 13 l-l.
Toledo, April 12. -Wheat Cash 80
1.1; May 81 1.8; July 82 3-1; Septem.
her S3 3.8.
Corn-Cash 17: Mnv 47 7-8: Julv
48 3.1: Soptomber 19 1.2.
Oats-Cash 10; May 14 1.1; July 41
3-1; September 30 3.4.
Cloverseed Cash 0.00; April 8.50:
Octobor 7.03; prime nlsllso, 7.15.
I'rlmo timothy 2.15.
RyeNo. 1, 71; No. 2, 00; No. 3.
NEW YORK PRODUOE.
Now York, Aiirll 12. The Commer
cial Bulletin will way tomorrow:
"There Is no Improvement in the
situation. Tho market Is exlromely
dull on now business, and llollvcrlos
on old contractu show a radical fall.
Ing Off. On tho domestic wool, which
1.1 In inrgcflL supply prlcen fifvor buy
ers. The HhlppientH of, wool from
Dohton to April 11, hicluslvo, accord.
Ing to tho Bamo nutiiorlty uro 93,537,,
829 pounds against 72,784,111 pounds
al tho sumo time last year, Tho res
ccipts to April 11, Inclusive, nro
72,701,209 pounds against 78,710,253
pounds tho samo period last yenr."
Chicago, April 12. Uggs, imttor
nnd poultry firm. '
Rggs-EMra IS 1.2; firsts 10; prime
Butter Extras in creamery 29 1-2;
JllBtS 20 1.2 28 1.2.
Poultry Turkeys, hens 12; chlek
ons, hens 14; ducks 14 1-2; geese pur
dozen ?G 5 $7.
Cheese Twins 14; young Americas
1C ,p 15 1.2. ,
Homes on Reasonable Payments.
H. E. CARPENTER & CO.
have 5 houses like the above, containing 6 and 7 rooms; cel
lar, well, cistern, gas, chandeliers; walk laid, yards graded
and houses papered. Also houses from $900 up on easy terms.
51. E. Carpenter & Co.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS PUSHING GREATER MARION
110 i-2 S. Main St.
The amount of monoy you J
; have lost by keeping your !
I sparo rooms vacant so long.
; A largo sum is it not? Mako
; up your mintl that you will :
5 lose money no longer in this
' way. Havo your ad inserted ;
; in Tho Mirror for a week, :
: which will cost you 50 conta.
iTour room will then bo :
: rented. Cheap commission to
I pay, is il not? 3
: Phono ads to No. 0 either
.WANTr.n A girl to do general
housework. Position permnuent.
Doth phonos, S3 or Hell IMS h.,
502 B. State street. Utf
WANTniJ-i Wal treses at $20 per
month, board and room. Apply nt
-Hotel Norvnl. l.lmn, O. I.IO.lIt
WANTRD A lellahlo girl for gen
eral housewoik lu small family.
Mis. .1. Wilbur .Iiicoby, 25.1 Vino
street. Cltlzonn phone SHI). 1.11.31
WANTKD-AVomnn to work in the
kllclion. Apply at Husy neo.
rmoi: husinkss on shorthand
COURSE Ton young man who
Is willing tooik n short tlmo
morning and oS(liig. A fine op.
portunlty. Cull jvnr office thN
evening or jihono Mn'i Huslness
College, Citizens 10j
0j0, ltcll "11 y.
rO SALR-A No. S cook stove,
good as now, coal or wood. Just
half price, 5GD IS. Church, or ad.
dress S., care Mirror. tf
FOR SALE Ona soven room house
on KIcb avenue, two sdven room
houses on njiinett stret, ono sev
en loom houso on Nye street, one
atz room houso on Nye street, one
six- room house on Olnd street.
Cash or easy payments. Call Cit
izens phono 311. Dell fi02 x or
Inqulro of L. 'II. LeLaudor.
FOIt SALE S room house, almost
new, W. Columbia street. Coment
cellar, pantry, large nttlc, furnace,
bath. All modern conveniences.
Inqulro nt fi!7 W. Columbia.
FOR SALE Pure bred Ilarrcd Ply.
JMnuth Hock CockerelB. Also H.
I'. Rock eggs for setting. 13 for
fiOc. 100 for $3.00. IT. o. Lawr-
once, Marlon, O, Hell phono ir3 J
R 2. 1.0.(11 nod
FOR SALE Now rooii room houso
nnd two vncnnt lots, west end,
Will bit B-old at u gieat discount
within (ho next few days. Jf you
want a bargain don't delay.
Clt. Phonn 15115. 111 1.2 S. Main Bt.
3TORAOI3 WAREHOUSE AND PACK
INO McClaln's will pack, ship oi
store your hoseholif goods, quickly
Mifoly, economically. Either phont
4UOTIONEERINU-J. W. Clark
will ory ualea of every description
at reasonable ratos. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your Interest is my
interest. Office rodms, Court etreot
Both phones, Marlon Ohio.
Phones 1502 and 48.
WANTED Laco Curlnlns to wash,
l.iulle nt r.OS Oak r.treet. i.S.Ot
WANTED Hltuatlnit by nn experi
enced nurse. Wages, ?.r.00 per
week. Address Mrs. Grat, C10
Mlddletowu Htre't, HueyriiB, Ohio
WANTED Work by tho day. by lady"
who will do waRl.Ing or other day
work. Phone 122!l Citizens I'honer
WANTED Position ns bookkeeper,
by. mail who hns hud experience hi
lallrnad and express work, good
education, no liml lmlillH. Cnll CIL
benrt phono 2 on 1277. 4.12.3t
WANTi:i1 AVork'of niiy"kind by a'
lray of Hi and u niiin. Inquire CIti.
zeiis phone 2 on !i23.
STAG AT HAV A masterpiece of
Mr. D.c.ier'B fine pen work Is now
on exhibition in the Manhattan
8toio ivlndow. Mr. Ilaucr is pen
man lu THE SCHOOL OP COM.
MEUCE the business Collego
conducted by experts. Special
Night Class in Penmanship. Mon.
days, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Call, write or nihnne Citizens 171(0.
IK YOU IIAVE-$l(10 to $1000 to in.
vest In a going, solid concern, I
can show you how you can mako
more money in a shorter perjod
of tlmo than any man In Marlc-n
county. Address P. O. Box 212.
Mnrlon, Ohio... 4.9-Ctpd
MOVING AND TRANSFER.
Wc cnu move anytliinc; movnhlo.
Transfer woik r our hpecinlfy.
Citizens Phono 70(1. Hell Phoiio
17!) K. i
$1.20 pert wiffek
pays any Ioabjnd-
Call, write or
MARIO H CHATTEL
131 1-2 E. Center St.
I CAN SSJ.L4,
Your Real Estate or Buslnm
No Mattor Whoro Looatod.
Properties and Business of all kinds
jold quickly for cash in all part
of tho United States. Dou't wait..
Writo today describing what yo
havo to Bell and give cash prica os
IF YOU WANT TO IUY
any kind of business or Rtal Bk
tato auywhero at any prict wri
mo your requirements. I cu ttf9
you time and monoy. "
)AY1I) P. HXVY,
.THE LAND MAM.
4J5 KansaB Avanua