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THE JMARION DAILY MIRROR WJ3DNB8PAY, JULY 31, 1007
Tho amount of monoy yon
havo lost by keeping your
sparo rpoms vacant no Ions.
,A, largq sum is it net? Mako
up your mind that you will
loso monoy no longor in this
way. Havo your ad insortod
in Tho Mirror for a woek,
which will cost yon 50 cents.
Sfour room will thon be
rented. Ohoap commissioa to
pay, is it not 7
Phono nda to No. B cither
Sternly work, no trouble, whntovor.
W. DrlRht Wllholtn, llucyrus, Ohio,
15 W. Wnfrcn stiect. 7-2B'Glp
WANTED Man with horse--no wug-
on, no harness. Good job for
right party. A. V. Ohnpinntt & Co,
SECURE A GOOD POSITION
by irrltfntf in tiwUr If roil Iiata n lull eKrl-ni. aikI
can wll kikmI wo hr mnnrniM'tilliirii lsi.trtll nutty
Intrrnl yon, (! oCthilfillii,iiiHliJiweiwrir
wnntbilffht JOUHK men vrlionm tnpnblaof ilpfcloplnc
Into rtnt i laiwlomrn Chiliu fur mlra rirrtntiil Hn
limited Positions firn fr etrxTbrnnl Kntopliien A
WllM MsnnRCni at I(VVK) Wrllo U5 tcKlnjr Haling
pot Itlon dciltitl ONlccilnltclUni
HAPQOODS (Inc.i Brain Brokers.
0.13 U'llllnitiami Illdit." Clmrlnim
1123 Park Building. Pittsburg.
Interim if(lco rooms, Court strest.
Botli tilitK.rH Marlon, Ohio.
f .- -- -- MUJ1.-1.-J L JL'.IU-
1'OK fhtA Pony iiiid outfit. .MJBi do
sold nt oneo. Parties loaWnj? tlio
elty, Cult nl H02 S. Statu or Cit
izens phono 1-1010. 7-M-8t
WANTED Washing and Ironliu; at
2.10 Shoit street. 7-21-Ct
iWANTKD-For tho U S. Mnrliio
Corps, men between ages 19 and 35.
An opportunity to sco tho world.
For ful Information, apply In per
son or by letter to Hccrultlng Of
fice, No. 107 13. Ccntci St., Marlon,
KUnNISHBO HOOMS-Kirst or sec
ond floor. Buth, bus nnd all mod
ern convc Hereon, 113 Dlnlno Avenue.
WANTED Lady demoustiators, no
money deposited, patented ni title.
Call at 27(5 Oak street, after 15
RVANTBD Two corcmakois, 2 chlp
pers for foundry, 1C foundry helpers.
VUOTIONKEUINO-J. W. Clarl
will cry salos of ovr7 description
at renRo liable rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your Interest In inj
KOII SALE "tiO acres of good land,
with good Lulldlngs, good fenced,
good wells, t.ow scales nnd well
adapted to ilock raining. Can bo
divided lliici four farms. Has stone
plko on iwo bides. Will Inko part
payment hi Marlon City property.
Charles Un'itcltcr, Phone 133.
KOll SALE A nine loom Tioust' In
Lalluu. Good gaidcii, i'liilt, will
sell cheap. A bargain, fee Mrs.
Ellrabolh Odol, Lalluu, O.
FOR SALE 'OR" Win-on touring eai
lop glass fiont all In fine sbnpu.
Must be sold In utwt ir days. Mako
olTor. II. A. r.ixlon, Hiicyitis, O.
MOVING AND TRANSFER.
WANTEIwIn'forinatlon regarding tbo
whereabouts of a ladj about 35
yeartl 01d 'wearing a white shirt
waist audi a dark bluo skirt ;llght
comploxloji, uubuin hair, height
about '6JfiT In, weight 100 pounds.
Send ItifArrftntloii at once to Sana
torium MHrWn. O, Doth phones 110.
1 CAN SELL
four Real Estato or Buslnoss
No MnttorWhoro Loontod.
Proportios and Business f all kindi
sold quickly for cash in all parti
of tho Unitod States. Dau't wait
Wrlto today describing what yon
havo to soli and ffiv caik pric c
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Jbiwlncss or Real Po
tato anywhere at any prlc writ
mo your requirements. I can shyi
you time and money.
DA VI If P. TA.FF,
THE LAND MAN.
41G Kansas Avonuo
I'lin PADDOCK TRANSFER STOH-
Transfer Stoingo mid Ciatlng.
CASTOR 5 A
Tor Infanta and Uhillrcn.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Daily Market Report,
Must IlufTnlo, N. Y., July 11.
L'attlij Keeeipts 1125; lnulo fair al
Vrli I 1'iilvem Hocolpls 75 "Jiond;
iH-liNu and Ilim. Top veals 8.25 (V0
S..-)t); cull to fair 'I($S.
.Shuop anil lamlK ltueeipls 'JO0;
aclivf ami 'tcady. SpritiL' lamb
."i SO (d '; yl'hiliiign 0-75;
wotluis C.7S f(? (I; wm 4.7S ( 5;
tuiM'd Hlicqi 5 (i) fi.25; cull shuei
2. so (,t 4 .as.
Hosts -lieeoipl IIKJO; matket ncl
ic im.r slciuly. Pi ti.SO .0;
yoikt-M 0.70 difi (!..SSj mixeil grades
(I. (IS (r (i.70: licjivicN (i.SOfJO.OO.
niujrliH S 2S (fb S.75; ,tnr 474..r)0.
UNION STOOK YARDS.
I'nion Stock Yards. III., July l.
(alllc-KoecipIs 13.000; cliinatcl
li.r tomoi row 7000; slt-nily; 10c
liijrlicr; primo beeves S.S07.50;
pi or to medium 1.40(M.0o; stock
cis nnd 1'ocilcnj 2.C0l.i)0.
11'.- Receipts 22,000; osliiiialotl
fur tiiimicrnw 17.000: iifnrkoL open
ed 3c higher, closed weak; light
i.200Mi.()3; rmiKli (i.7O(p).0.i;
mixed (l.l.VMfl.GO: heavy (i.05 ?
(I.IO.pijjs S.00 (H (3.4S.
Sheep Receipts Ki.000; Chlimnt
cd Idv lomorniw 12.000: m.tiket
slcad. ; native sheep .'t. 2Sfn"i. OS;
native Iniuh .1. 10(rTft.(!0; western
sliop 5. I0(rt'7 1i; u on tern lrtnib.4
Clovoliind. July .11, iIIork Itecolpts
35 onrs, sblpmcnts 1,000; stron'i;.
Yorkers. 0 75: mediums and heavies
0 R5; best plus, r, 7fi; nUxgu anil roiiRh
' Calvert Receipts 400 bend; steady.
' Sbcop and Iambs Receipts 2 ears;
Cattle-Revclpts I cats; shade high
er. Quotations tbe same.
CHIC AGO GRiia.
Chicago. July 31. Wheat wns weak
and B-Se lower; September raiifjlng
fiom 01 1-2 to 02 ;-8. closing at 01
1-2; December from 05 1-2 to 00 1-2,
closing nt 05 1-2; May from 1.00 3-8
to 1 01 1-8; cabling nt 1.00 1-2.
Corn ruled firm. September ranging
from t& 3-8 to 51, colslng nt G3 7-S;
December from is 3-1 to GO 3-S. clos
ing -at 60 l-S; .May from 51 1-8 to
51 3-1. closing at 51 3-8.
Oats wore strong and actlvo; Sep
tember ranging from 30 1-2 to 10 1-2.
closing nt 10 1-8; December from 30
12 to 10 3-8. closing at 10 1-3; Slay
from 117-8 to 12 3-1, closing at -12
Out -Cash .iml July 10 1-2; Sep
lefnber 31) 7-S, December 40; Mb
Clnvetwood Cash 9. SO; October
0.23; December and March 8.73;
prime nlffiko 8.00; piimu tinfol'hy
Kyo-No. 1, 71; .No. 2, 7.1; No.
.!, 70. ;
NEW YORK "PRODUCE-
New Yoik, July ;M?-I)intdJVRu-
celpts 8,108, stoutly Cienmery, ex-
tin 21 25, tlrsts 2 3(fj) 21. statu
dairy tubs, ilnest 21, Imitation cream-
Ci'y firsts 2t & 22. factory firsts 21.
Kflgs Receipts 21.215, cliolco linn.
SfrtMl lit Wflilfrt ftitint Or KT, rtfl . !..
'""IJ IIIHJ UHIIJ, Htf Mil Ail, IIIJ
extra mixed 22 21: western llwts,
117 1-2 Of 18 1-2; do fair to good 10
J 17; do poor to fair, 11 1-2 (,j) 15
Toledo. July .11.- Wheat -ttudi
and July 00 l-l; September 111 ."1-8;
December OS .'1-8; May 1.00 1-4.
('urn I'nsh mid July SO 1-2; Sep
tember SO; December 30 l-S; Mav
Chicago, July III. Duller, egga
nnd poultry nelive. Huttor Extra?
in creamery 2,1 1-2. l-'jny Extras
20; (lists 10; primo firsts 17. Poul
try -Turkeys, hens. 12; chickens,
bens, 11 1-2; ducks .S(.f!l; gce?o 7
Measure of His Success.
Hicks Your friend Marrynt tolls
mo he's got his wlfo piotty thorough
ly trained now.
Wicks Yes, he's got her ti allied so
that he can mako ber do pretlj nearly
UDjtblnn -he wants to do
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