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THE MARION DAILY MIRItOK, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1967
PAGE SEVEN '
T21 - ITCHING,
WJFl 1025 BLEEDING on
-- "4 PROTRUDING
Wo gunranteo (o either euro or refund
the money to nny turtcrrr from Itching,
Weeding or Protruding I'ltcs who faith
fully ami properly uses
Dr. A. W. Chase's
Itv. T. n. ltobcrlR of tM MurshAll St.
Syracuse, N. Y sayns-'-Por nlnn yearn 1
BUtTered from Itching niul protruding pllts
which wero o bad that they necessitated my
nbsenco from professional duties. I tirnt
numrroui rcmedlei and underwent nna opera
tion without relief, but hy using Dr. A. W.
fChai (i Ointment I nm now permanently
.mired." 60 a box All denlorn or Dr. A. W.
Chuso Mcdlcino Co., Butfalo, N. Y,
For wtlo lu Marlou, unio, dj Flock
Our proparcd chick feed
contains the- proper amount
of crits for tho littlo fellows
to keep thoni healthy and
growing rapidly. They thrlvo
better when fed with this
Mozior & Rhoads
North State, Goal &r Feed.
Good juicy ntoak3 aro a
great delight to tho cook
who taken tho Iroublo to havo
tho hctit sho can obtain. Qct
them at uithcr of our mark
eta and you will bo plowed.
I V 1 C
North Main E. Oentor
We move and store
your gouils and do
all kinds 01 transfer
work. Phone 155.
PEORUS TRANSFER C(
That's tho numbor of hours Ma
rion is from tho Exposition via the
Hocking Valley routo.
Choice of twenty-nina different
routes, direct (via Washington,
Petersburg, Philadelphia or Balti
more) or via Now York.
10 DAY LIMIT .' ?12.00
15 DAY LIMIT $10.50
CO DAY LIMIT $10.25
SEASON TICKET 21.80
VIA NEW YORK
CO DAY LIMIT $23.75
SEASON TICKET $28.50
Tickets on salo April 10 to Nov.
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SOLD BY DRUGGISTS WCRVWHFRE
IN FRENCH FEMALE
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fiction fiuirtntccd tr Moner lirfundrf. Hca
fortl.0Oirbat, WIUmdI them outfit), tat nil
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nmo iuciu kuh joui oracn w ma
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OSold In Marlon by ) T. Afafoney & Son
Uafe, Quick, Reliable Rent
flupcrlor mother renlodlon solil athluii
Curo KMsmnlreil HurcruCully Ufj
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U Interested ami should know
MARVEL Whirling Sprat
10 pair Tiffin; njrintt, 4J(C
iwn and tin ctxon. lleit-ibf
ci moii toiuenmni
it iBir int flit tor II.
1 f tin rnrniot lUpply Iho
MAHVICfj. Acittt nn
olber. but wnd itHiim for
MEN AND WOMEN
llao ll hi uniutural
Irritation or ulcsrstloai
lit mucous nifiubranoi,
I'nciilcH, snilnut natrliii
Mold by Ilrucclsla,
or ni in plain wrriti
tir oln. urtslil, ful
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Used by Miners' Union
in Sending Messages.
President of llic Miners' Federation
Spends a Day on Witness Stand
in the Haywood Trial.
Holso, Idaho, Jjtly 11. Prealdpiit
CImrlPB II. Moyor, of tho Wcstorit
Kcdorntlon of MlttorB, wont to tho
Bland Wednesday ns a wllnosu for
Socreary Haywood, chnrgod with mur
dering Krank StoiinonborB, and bu
Bides inakliiK positive denial of till
tho crimes attributed to him and tho
Othor federation leaders by Harry Or
chard, Moyor offered un explanation
of tho unsolicited appearance of tho
federation of miners as tho defendor
of Harry Orchard Immediately after
Orchard's arrest at Caldwell for tho
murder of Steiincnbcrg.
Moyor swore that it whs Jack
Slmpklna who engaged Attorney Prod
Mlllor at Spokano to go to Caldwell
to ropresont Orchard, then known ns
Thomas Hogan, and that It was at tho
request of 8lmplslns that Moyor and
Haywood subsequently advanced $1,
ii00 from tho funds of tho federation
to meet tho cxponso of defending Or
chard: At various stages of tho recital tho
defense offered In ovldenco a number
of documents, Including n heretofore
undisclosed cipher telegram which
Slmpklna sent to federation headquar
ters and tho union at Silver City,
Idaho, covorlng the movos In protect
tho federation; which was charged
with the assassination of Hlonnonborg
n fow days after tho former governor
Meyer began by saying that he got
his first knowledge of tho crime from
tho Denver newspapers 'and that on
fho evening of January 4, live days af
ter tho crime, a telegram In tbo fed
eration's cipher camo to Haywood
from Spokano. It was long and tho
translation was difficult and uncer
tain, but ho and Haywood figured tho
next day that It wna'nlgncd by Simp
kins and toad: "Cannot got n lawyer
to defend Ilogan. Answer."
Moyor testified that ho was suspici
ous about the message, tho nawspa
pcra having nlready charged the crime
to the federation, rind that ho decided
lo consult Jolin Murphy, general coun
sel for tbo federation, boforo ho look
any ntop3. Moyor said bo lct,t forjChl-.
'ngif'that hfterno'on, but -fhat 'Hoy-'
w'ond took up tho case and opened
communication with tho union at Sil
ver City and mado arrangements lo
engage Attorney John Nugent to look
after tho Interests of tho federation
and defend Orchnrd If necossary. Thj
defense produced copies of this cor
rospondenco and nil of It was read
Into tho record.
Continuing Moyor said that Attor
ney Miller came to Denver about Feb
ruary 1, bringing with him tho record
of Orchard's preliminary hearing.
Mlllor wont to Donvor at tho suggesr
lion of SImpklns, so tho witness testi
fied, nud brought a request from
SImpklns that -tho federation furnish
tho largo amount of monoy that would
bo needed to dofond Orchard. Moyer
snld ho and Haywood conferred with
Attorneys Murphy nnd Miller and sub
sequently gavo Mlllor $l,i00,
Moyor denied that ho had over dls
cusHod any kind of criminal act with
Orchard or anyono else, or thnt ho
had over given Orchard a cent, oxcept
for oxponsos on tho trip Orchard
mado to Ouray as a bodyguard for
Moyer. Tho wltnoss said ho had no
personal feeling of hostility for
Moyor denied that ho participated In
a conforenco In l'ottlbono's back yard,
whoro Orchard said Moyor, Haywood
and Pcttlbono had discussed with
him various acts of vlolonco; denied
knowlcdgo of tho subsequent meeting
at federation headquarters whoro Or
chard swore that tho killing of Statin
cnborg and Novlllo woro planned, and
tlenjed In detail ovory material state
ment in Orchard's testimony. "
Reached Toledo Ahead of Time.
Toledo, July 11. Tho Gllddon auto
mobile tour reached Toledo from
Cleveland two hours ahead of tlmo,
tho pilot and tho confottl car roachlns
tho Ilootly hotiso nt noon Wednesday,
closely followed by 71 touring cars
carrying about .100 people The iIIh
titnco Is 121 miles nnd seven noun
was allowed. Only two cars woro be
hind tho sovon-hour limit. The con
testants start this morning for South
Bond, a dlslnuco of ICG miles.
Must Walt Eight Months for Parole
Columbus, O., July 11. Mrs. Casslc
Chadwlck cannot ho paroled for elghl
months, i(, sho can bo paroled at all,
In tho opinion of T. 13. I'owoll, her at
torney, who was discussing tho docl
slon of Judge Taylor In iho caso of o
fodoral prlsonor parolod by tho Cleve
land workhouse managers and Us
bearing on Mrs. Chndwlck's enso.
Two-Cont Faro Law Inoperative.
Richmond, Vn., July 11, JiicIbo
I'rltchard, of tho Unjtert Stntos clrnull
court of nppoals, on Wednesday con
tinued tho restraining ordor prevent
ing tuo uniform two-cent passenger
rnto as adopted by tho state corpora
Hon commission from going Into ef
fect. Canada' Population. Is 6,504,900.
(ljaw.t, Out., .MitVi. -Ton f-aiimM
ilrtliarjtment has figured out ..Canada's
population April I at 0,601,1100, ait In.
creiiso of ,in:i,(i8G lu the last hIj
Tho report that- Ambassador Aokl
will return home Is ofllclnlly denied
nt Toklo. t
Ily direction of the president hletil.
Col. Charles C Ayrcs, fourteenth cav
alry, has been ordered boforo a rotlr
Ing board at Now York City, July 17.
The deposits In the Howery Savings
bank, of Now York City, havo reached
a total of $100,000,000, a showing
never boforo attained by any savings
Institution In tbo world.
Tho deportment of agrlctilluro re
ports the condition of crops on July
1 as follows: Corn acreago 98,090,
000; condition 80.2. Winter wheat
condition 78.3, Spring wheat 87.2.
All wheat 81.6.
Tho plant of tho Cream City Woven
Wlro Co. nt Allegheny, I'n., and tho
works of tho H. A. Gatiaman Machin
ery Co., occupying the adjoining build
ing, were destroyed by Are, entailing
a loss of $ir0,000.
Ban Is Placed on Gambling Boats.
Chlcngo, July 11. Tho department
of commerce and labor has ruled thnt
there will bo no more gambling boats
allowed to run on tiny of tho Great
Lnkos. This decision was reached
Wednesday nftor an Investigation of
tho controversy between Chicago offi
cers and tho owners of tho "floating
pool room" City of Travorso. George
H. Hhler, Inspector general of tho In
spection department, nnd Lawrenco
Murray, assistant secretary of tho de
partment of commerce, arrived In
Chicago Wednesday to investigate tho
City of Traverse caso nnd tho Ilccnso
of tho boat was rovoked.
Goethals Denies the Rumors.
Panama, July 11. It can bo assort
ed that tho rumors recently published
declaring tbcro existed dissatisfaction
among tho members of the Isthmian
canal commission .ro untrue. Lieut.
Col. Goethnls, chairman of tho com
mission, authorizes this denial. Ho
says the commissioners are working
harmoniously and aro entirely satis
fied with conditions on tho Isthmus
Tho colonel declares that I hey are all
hero to stay until tho Completion of
Was Cut to Pieces by a Train.
Laporte, Ind., July 11. The body of
Kdwnrd Sobensklo, of Youngttown, O.,
cut to pieces by a l.ako Shoto train
nt Hudson Lake, was brought to this
city Wednesday lu a basket, nnd Is
held awaiting arrival of tho young
man'n parents from Yonngstown, Will
iam V. Hrlnkle, his companion, is In
jail pending Investigation by the
coroner, who advances tho theory of
Echoes of tho Ford Bank Failure.
Burton, O., July 11. Tho affairs of
tho Ford bank, wlilch failed four years
ago for over ?1, 000,000, nro about
wound up ny tho bankruptcy trustees.
Thls'fallurb was so complete thnt tho
bank has paid to tho creditors only C
per cent, with prospects of a final divi
dend of 1 por cent. Thero nro still
fiomo Indictments for criminal prac
tices standing ugnlnst tho Ford broth
ers, for ombezzlomont, which will be
tried at tho coming terra of court at
la Dismissed for Inefficiency.
Columbus, O., July 11. Tho adju
tant general has issued an order dis
missing Cnpt. Walter C. Fulmor, com
pany K, Third Infantry, Ohio national
guard. Springfield, for Inofflcloncy.
Capt. Fulmor was Indicted for embez
zling $272 worth of military proporty
which ho afterward returned. Ho nlso
loft tho United States and was absont
from bis command for moro than six
months without leave.
Travis Breaks the Record.
Cleveland, July 11. Walter J.
Travis broke tho record for all na
tional amateur championship tourna
ments nt Euclid Wednesday by play
ing his second qualifying round In 71
strokes, making hl3 total for tho .16
holes 146. This Is one better than W.
T. West's score, made oarllor In tho
day. I3y this Rcoro Mr. Travlo also
wins tho gold medal given for tho low
est qualifying score
Police Claim Arrests are Important.
Clnvoland, July 11. Police say that
in arrests made In raids on throo
homes Tuesday night, thoy have
broken up tho most skillful hand of
housebreakers that over operated In
the city. Tho police recovered $1,500
worth of sllvorwnro, jowelry and fur
nlturo, which thoy say was stolon. Tho
mon undor nrrost aro Harry AVorrell,
Robort Sak and Kdwnrd Itoduinsky.
A Strike of 400 Miners.
Steuben vlllo, O., July 11. Four hun
dred men employed nt tho Plum Run
mines of tho United States Coal Co.
in Jefferson county went out on strike
Wednesday because ono of the men
was discharged. This Is tho mine
whoro the riots occurred sevornl
months ago, us a result of which Ohio
troops woro called out.
The Glldden Tour Begins.
Cloveland, July 11. Through a tun
nel of closely packod spectators, who
cheered, .'100 mon 'and women In auto
garb gilded away from CloVojand
Wednesday morning In tho 81 care
which nro ohtorod for Iho Glldden
trophy of 1907.
Boy Died of Lockjaw,
' Columbus, O., July 11, Arthur Fro
go, aged 10, of Commercial Point, 0
died In a hospital hero Wednesday, ol
lookjaw resulting from n wound In hit
foot causod by a thorn. A newly dls
covored serum was administered, but
Ohio- Druggists Convene.
Sandusky, 0 July 11. The Ohlc
State Pharmaceutical assocltttlDU
oiimit'd IIh convention nt.Cfdnr 1,'oluf
W'tutuPFulaV, lllp flMt suasion being do
Voted to routine nifttttus and uh
formal, welcoming of the members.
.a M-MeiokVKb ,--k. ikiir,iito. Ci-i. t
Sensational Development Probable,
Lima, O., July 11. "If arsenic poi
son has been found in tho stomach ol
David Spcer," said a friend of the
wife, "there will bo something sensa
tional let I0080 in the case." This as
sertion camo in connection with the
police departmont declaring a "third
party in tho case,'' whoso arrest may
be necessary to save tho woman. It
is tho theory that her alleged sweet
heart administered the poison un
known to tho wife. Speer, much
otdor thnn his second wlfo, had been
jealous of another man, who wan In
attendance at his bedside during the
sevoral days ho lingered, and at tlmos
ndmlnlstercd his medicine.
Assault Produced Lockjaw.
Cleveland, July 11. Joe Ryan, n
salesman for a typewriter concern, Is
in a hospital suffering from lockjaw
that is tho result of a blow In tho face
with a club. Although the Jaws are
nlready 'set, and tho convulsions of
tho dlscnso have begun, Dr. Glendon
ning, who has treated him, hopes ho
will recover, Tho police nro looking
for tho man who struck Ryan. It wn3
n .chance encounter two wcoks ago
last Saturday. Tho man was drunk
and brushed Ryan in passing! Ryan
protested. Tho other man picked up
a club nnd struck him. Klght days
after tho Jaws set.
Another 'Strike in Lorain Shipyards.
Lorain, O., July 11. Another strlko
Is on nt tho shipyards horo. About
1100 men machine riveters, hand riv
eters, hoIdcr8ttp, and men from other
departments, refused to go to work
Wednesday. Tho trouble horo Is tho
eamo as that which causod tho strlko
in Cleveland. Tho mon who went on
strlko bororo and roturnod to work do
mnnd thnt tho non-union men who
woro hired by the company during tho
provlous Btrlko bo discharged. Thero
aro from 100 to IHO of those non-union
men and tho company refuses to dls
Railroads Spend $22,000,000.
Cleveland, July 11. Over $22,000,
000 Is being spent by railroads In and
near Clovoland for Increased track
age, new brldgos and othor Improve
ments domanded hv tho city's growth.
Cleveland Is' now receiving and ex
porting moro freight thnn the rail
roads aro able to handlo with dis
patch. Tho Cleveland Holt Lino heads
the list with an expenditure of $10,.
000,000. Tho new road has a mllengo
of 21 mllos. litis designed to carry
freight direct to through lines. Tho
Jtne lo employing G00 men In its con
struction. Storm Delays Wellman's Start,
Spltzbergcn, via Tromsoo, Norway,
July 11. The - balloon house of the
tic expedition was damaged by a
storm July and although the airship
was uninjured, tho accident probnbjy
win delay mo uepnriuro or tno expe
Mutineers aro Court-Martlaled.
St. Petersburg, Juy 11. As a result
of tho recent mutinies at Kiov, Sebas
topol and Tsnrskoo-Solo courts-martial
aro In nosslon in tlfoso places, trying
tho mutineers. At Klov 101 mon aro
being tried and 41- aro on trial nt So
King Edward Visits Ireland.
Dublin, Juh l.-Tho first day ot
tho visit to Irelai'fd of King Edward
and Queen Alexandra was n great
success. This city gavo tho sover
olgtiB n royal reception. Both wore
the national color of Ireland.
Killed by ah Automobile.
Wenham, Mass., July 11. Joromlah
Kavnnnugh. a retired ico dealor oi
this town, 74 voars old, was Instantly
killed Wednesday by an automobllo
owned and oivrated'by W. Y. Smith,
of Detroit, Mich.
Buffalo Man Kills Rival,
Then 5 tubs Paramour
Jto Death. -",
Buffalo, N Y.. J.uJ' U. --While slt
tlnc: in front ofjliiuVaaloou today.
Peter Forroml woH-Bfabhcd to death
by Gcorgo lIodKon.'.who was Intoxi
cated. Uod-mn then ran Into tho
room ncciine. I by Maria Smith, nnd
plunged it t" ! into nor abdomen.
Sho Is dead Jealousy was tho causo
War BotweonBcef Packers
and Cattle Raisers May
Washington. JWA. H,Warfaro
butweun tho big packers, nild west
ern cuttle inloriwIilraSJH, likoiy to
axjsulfc liu the i'craoryiiLcil! tho jucab
inspection lid niidWwvontilntton of
thn ehtiro innttortam;, Wnftliingtnn.
Tho fight -linn boSapglhg Sov vo
weeks and the mrtx is about
reached.1 i'ho issuolS 'Jiwholhcr tho
packets shall pay for lircf niiil
pork tin hooi' or after slaughter,
inspection nud approval by the
government. Considerable moat
lia been condemned nftor jxlmor
tem examinations and each interoet
wishes thu other to bear this- loss.
In an cIToiit lo resist the packers'
demands', the stock vuNcra organiza
tion ins-tructed Hh members to hold
oUltlo, ntf ifstf iw iKwsihici on rnng-.-?.
Thin itna been done. Iho beef
supply is enormously lotwened, nnd
prices ihnvo ineriNwd, It is not
likely that a .settlement will be
reached untfil notion is taken by
Daily Market Reporl,
K:ist ltuff.il.). N. Y., July 11 Cut
tle Receipts 100; dull, unchanged.
VimI calvi3- Receipts 100; slow ill
steady valuci. Top venlB, 7.75 ci 8'.
cull to fair, 1.75 (,,) 7.50.
Shop iin-l i imus Kcccipis situ; act
ive uhd fir it: Billing Iambs. 5. CO
8.50, ycai-Ilnns, 0 fj 8.75; wetlteis,
5 25 d) 0: owes. 1.25 fi) 1.75: mixed
sheep, 5 5.25; cull slice), 2.50 8
Hoes Rec.lntB. 2.550: fairly nctivo.
most ernd'-'B steady: nlcs. 10c lower.
Yorkcra, 0.1)5; pigs, fi. 10; mixed pack
ing, ti.30 l 0.35; lienvieH, 0.25
G.30; roughs, 5 5.30; atitgB, 4 (fi)
UNION STOCK YARDS.
Union Stock Yards, Ills., July
11-Cattlo-RcceipU (i.llllO; estimat
ed for tomorrow 'J-fiOO; market
steady; prime beeves 5.00 7.110 ;
poor to miMrittm .7i f.80;
blockers and feeder 2.S.ri (it) :.2.r;
cows ami heifers 12.7.") (fi' fi.80; win
noi-h J. 70 2. 70; Texnns -1.70 fit
Hngs-ReceiplR '.18.000; estimated
for toiiuinrow 22,000; ltiaiket steady
lifjltt 5. HO ( 0.15; rough iV-iT) (ei
f).(i0; mixed 5.70 It. 10; heavy
.-i.tlTi fn 5.0.'); .pigs 5.10 0.
Siteep Receipts 11,000; estimat
ed for .tomorrow (i,000; irturket
steady; native sheep 11.75 (o1 i;
western sheep 11.75 3 l; native
lamb 5.75 ( 7.75; western Iambs
5.75 (hi .7.80.
Cleveland, ,'uly ll.-Hoga Steady.
rnr-nlnlM :W I-DrS. Klllt)llfll tH 800: J'OI'k-
crs, C.25 O.nO; medluniB and heav
ies, C; best 1 Igs, C..10; Btags unci
roughs, -l ft F..15.
Calves Stoady, rerclpts 150 -bead.
Sheep nnd lambs Stonily; rucelpttt
Cattle-Strong.' receipts C cars.
Pittsburg. tV'. July It. Cattle
Stitmly llstit. market titeady; choice
,0.40 0.05; prime 0.20 i CIO;
30od 5.83 fl '.15; tidy butchers, O.r.o
fl 5.85; fill. -1.75 5-.15; good
fresh cowb ivl springers, $25 & $50.
Sheep an I lambs Supply light:
mnrket stcilv: prlmo wethers, 5.50 fv
Js.OO; good mixed 5.20 5.10; fair
mixed. 1.50 (f- 5.15; culls ami com
mon, 2 (W ft, lambs, fi K.25; veal
calves. 8.50 0; heavy and thin,
I 50 tip 5.20.
Hogs Receipts 10 double carloads,
ninrkci" actL'o and higher. Prime
heavies, yorkern, light yorkors and
pigs, 0.50 0.00; roughs, 5 3
5.20; stags, I f?i 1.25.
OHIO AGO GRMI.
Chicago, Ills.. July 11. Wheat
2 1-8 ((ji 2 J-8c lower; July bold be
tween 1)0 and 01 7-8. opening at 01
7-8 and closinn nt 110 September be
tween 0.1 1-1 mid 05 1-2, opening lit
115 1-1 and closing nt 0.1 3-8; No. 2
red winter. Ill 1-2 03.
Corn 3-1 ft? 1 1-ic lower; July sold
bctwen f3 11 and 51 :i-8, opening nt
51 3-1 nnd r-osing nt 53 1-1; Septem
ber between it and 55 1-8, opening nt
55 and closl-ig nt 01 1-8; No. 3 yel
low. 51 (ft 5 3-1.
Oats fl-8 tf?) t 5-8c lower: July
sold between 1,1 3-S and 1.1 7-8, open
ing at 1.1 5-8 nnd closing at 13 1-2;
September li.vwon 38 IVpnnd 10 1-2.
opening ut .1!) 7-8 and closing nt 38
.1-1; No. 2 vhlto nominal.
Toli-do. Jtly 11. -Wheat -fash
and duly Yi 1-1; Septemlier Oil :i-l
Di'ceinber !)7 3-S.
(Vn-l'Mxh and July fid; Sep
tember fill 1-1; December 52 1-1;
Mar 53 3-8.
Oats (1nh ami .Tuly 15 1-2;
Septemlier 3S 3-1; December 3!) 7-8
id ay 11 y-s.
Oloversecd Cash ft. -It); October
ft. 05; Dccemiicr and March 8.75;
prme nlsiku 8.00.
Rye-No. 1, 8;; No. 2, SO.
Chicago. July 11. -Butter-Extras
in creamery 21. Eggs Extras
JO; prima firsts II. Poultry-Turkeys
11; chickens 11 1-2 12;
ducks 8 9; (jeewo 7 12.
NEW YORK PRODUCE
Now Yurk, July ll.-Bultei
Receipt 5,820; finu; croaniery ex
tra 25 (' 20; sl.ite daily tubs,
iimvjt 21 Ui 1-2; imitation cream
ery llrtvtH 21 fl 22; factory firals
Eggs RiPcniipiR 10-083; choieo
fli-ni! neivliv n-iliito fnner !20 1.2 (ft)
21; dc? oxtrn iuixetl 10 & Ir.2; woit
arn firsts 10 1-2; southern H
. 1-2.. .
: Tho amount of monoy yon
I havo lost by kcopiuf your
; sparo rooms vacant bo long.
A largo sum is it nt? Mako
l up your mind that you will
S loso money no longor In this
way. Havo your ad lnsortod
in Tho Mirror for a week,
S which will cost you 00 cents.
Your room will thou be
; rented. Cheap commission to
; pay, 1b it not7
S Phono ads to No. 6 althcr ;
WANTliD-Work by tbo Marlon
Foundry and Muchl'io Co., founders
of light and heavy gtey Iron cast
ings. Office and fnrtory loi-atod
on Ibtrnlmrt unci Urlo R. R. 'IVln
phuno -I. 7-C-Gtpd
WANTHD GUIs for Rubber Fac
tory. Good wages. Reaianinblo
Hoard. Steady work. The Fault
ier Rubber Co., Ashland, Ohio.
WANTHD-For tho U S. Marino
Corps, men botweeu ttges 1'J nnd 35.
An oppoittiully to hop tho world.
For full lnrortuntlon, apply In per
son or by letter to Recruiting Of
lice. No. !07 13. Cenlei St., Mnrlnn
MKN AND HOYS WANTED to team
Pltiicblng or Bricklaying trades.
Payi $5 tn $8 day. position scrurod
after thrco months instruction.
Coyne School, St. Louis, Mo. Fruo
WE NEED GOOD AD WRITERS.
enmman.1 Mlnrlr ir $ " mill Ul. " li' il.l."
nl,to-MlTI(-'lllllil- I r w I""." run infiltm rr
hI I,iIIIiiih Cur sl,imn (Irrlial tll
nnilTrrliiilonl inpii nl$H mi'l f.-w ii.hmI i.k-m
(nit. rnr mm li ItiK mnnrr t" Inv.-l will, thrlt rrl.
Wrllrim Inilur (ltln illlmi .Iwlnillfw fio c-.jr
0f llm.irdiiWrrailmwrllilliK I1MI"IJ p"-ti.
HAPUOODS (Inc.) Uraln Hrokcrs.
1123 Park Building. Pittsburg.
FOR SALIC -A Fox Terrier dog til
1U7 N- Project St., or Citizens
'phono 1-1078. 7-10-It
FOR HUNT 0 roomo I hotiso on Da
vids street also 5 rojined hotiso in
West Marlon near shofB. J. W. Jit-
coby, Citizen Phono 839. 0-27-tf
FURNISllIJi) IIUO.MH First cir hoc
ond floor. Path, gas nnd nil mod
ern con re i:cpcch, 113 Plnlnc A into.
LOST Gold 1 'in kwi-i.-h-Ii-h In i-n-to,
somewhere bciwe'i-n the pcmloffl.-o
nnd Gcnriro ttre-ct on lnln or hev
tween Main mid PivHiw-t o ()"ori?(.
Finder Ieav nt Howling Alb-v m-xt
to postoffli-o 7-H 2t)tl
TO LOAN Monov In sums of $500
to $1000. S. R. Rauhaiiscr.
r 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 n 1 1 1
MOVING AND TRANSFER.
Wo can moro anything movable.
Transfer work in our specialty.
Citizens Phono 700. Bell 170 K.
Go To Relatives For Advice
Itut como to us Tor money. We loan qulclily nntl quietly on
household fjoori.i, pianos, etc.
HARION CHATTEL LOAN CO
131 1-2 E. Center SI.
JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LOW FARE TOURS
and other points on ono Excursion Ticket. Go 0110 Routo Return
Another Long Limit.
ANNUAL SEASHORE EXCURSION
Atlantic City A8$& Cape May
Train or Chicago ami 'intermediate polutc Icavcu Marion 12:19
P. M. airivos Chicago a;10 P.M. connecting with all points wcBt,
BOSTON, July 20 to 2B-Ncw England Old Homo WeekStop
ovcra at Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and Now York.
PHILADELPHIA, July 12 to 10-B. P. O. E. -direct or via
Washington, with Btop-ovors at Baltimoro and Washington.
BUMMER TOURIST FARES to Ocean, Lnko and Mountain ro
sorts and to Colorado and Pnttiflc Coast.
For full pax Honiara consult O. M. Kuauer, Ticket Agt, Marion, O.
will cry salon of every description
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your interest Is my
Interest. Offlco rooms, Court street.
Roth phones, Marlon, Ohio.
This Is Your Ono Oppor
tunity To Got Rich.
Road. Do It Now.
We have been in business, sell
ing Real Estate and Stocks for
conic ycam. Wo dealt largely in
Fairbanks Steam Shovel. It ia a
success in Everyway. We sold OUR
peoplo "THE HOWARD" an oil
proposition a good dividend payer.
We ORGANIZED Tho Chaso Oil
and Gas Company of Casey 111.,
The Stockholders, mado $3. GO for
every $1.00 put into it. Wo organ
ized This' Ontario Oil and Gas Com
pany of Marion,. Ohio it stock to
day is worth ?3.75 for every dol
lar invested. Wo havo mado pur
chasers from $3000.00 to $G000.00
on single deals in Real Estato in
that many months and yet wo havo
lAsvor boforo advertised It. NOW
wo feel YOU should Know what
we aro doing and can do for you If
you will say so.
LISTEN-READ-We know that
wo NOW havo a proposition that
is BETTER than any beforo offer
ed or Sold by US.
Our M. Q. CHASE who ban been
I so succcsmm in juroKcrago cioais.nuu
! whoso services arc nought far and
near in this capacity, has just
returned from THE GREAT GOLD
FIELDS OF THE STATE OF NE
VADA of which Abraham Lincoln,
pr dieted surh cnomotis wealth, in
fact the grcatl-st Gold Mining Stalo
In Union. Helm he thoroughly in
vestigated the Best Gold Mining
PROPOSITIONS, which wo can
coiiFclentiously recommend to our
, nunurous Friends. And wo do bo
i recommend them. Best and most re
liable GoM Mining Stock of Nevada
in the City. Been in business 23
years in Marion. Step in and sco
on. Our business is not everybody's
'business it '3 only OUR AND
i YOURS. We ARE NOT celling
ANYTHING BUT RELIABLE
STOCK THAT WE BELIEVE
THERE IS A FORTUNE IN.
CHASE REAL ESTATE CO.
Now is tho time to mako your
investments in real estato and wo
aro tho peoplo who havo what you
aro looking for. Dosirablo propor
tion in all part3 of tho city and
any one of them can bo bought
worth tho monoy. A small pay
ment will cinch tho deal and you
can then pay tho balance in month
ly installments. Why not bo buying
a homo while yuu aro paying Amf?
Think this over and como in and let
ua know about it
H. E. CARPENTER & GO.
Pushing greater Marion 110 1-2 S.
Main Citizens Phone 1C02.
Off ico with Fred W. Pctora.
Citizens' Phouo 080.