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Annual Outing Takes Place
PROSPECT NEWS NOTES
Ic Cream Festival at Marion
Village People Leave for Summer
VlBlts-Many Entertain Guests
Frpm Marlon and Other Cities.
Prpspect, Ohio, Aug. 9. (Special)
Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Adams have
returned from their western trip ntid
stale that they enjoyed It very much.
Mrs. W L. Cox and Mis. J. Orlf
fltli who have ben. the guests of Mrs.
Georgo Stlffler at Marlon havo re
Mr and Mrs. Win. Clcarhlser left
oh the excursion to Niagara Falls,'
llov. and Mrs. J. J. Hnlllday and
Mrs Frank Miller wero visitors at
the home of Mrs. J. D. Miller at
-i . - '. J 'Li ,'".., .X , !,. I
B,v?u" u" "?"'"," .:."'". i, "stalling electric lights at tho conn-
nhrk Tuesday evening August 13.
'-Mr, Lesher, a prominent Jeweler of
AflilcyrUs wns u gilest Wednesday of
Mr. Ben Hurr.
Mrs. llnrvey Wolfley nnd Mrs. Simle
Kyle spent Friday at tho homo of
xrta Tnhn nnvl nt Undnnr.
Mr, and Mrs Wm. Court wore the
guest of his sister Mrs. Mary Falk
near Marlon, Friday
Mr diaries MoCkley, of Delaware,
the popular motorman of tho C. D. &
M., spent Monday with friends south
Mary, Broe and Myrtle Swey, of
Olbckford, Ohio, wer Sunday guests of
their alstenMrsr, Karl Oast.
Mrs. Allen Vindnll left Wednesday
for Trenton, N. .1.
Mr. C. J. Cummlngs visited from
Satilrday to Wednesday nt the homo ', ; '"" " """ '"v'"5 "UCK '"
, hinri t nAhiihiin. m.m. lay evening. Tiu, yong people Will
of hlB parents at Ropubllc, Ohio.
MIbb Belle Boifiborger, of Mt. Oll
cad, was tho guest of friends here
several days last week.
Misses Helen and Hazel Cone, of
Marietta, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
ya Edith Harney, nfter a pleasant
visit with relatives left for her home
at Mt. Gllead, Thursday.
Mrs, O. Bevls and Mrs.
HUghes visited relatives at
Tom Brown has accepted a position
at Sam Thomas' meat market.
Miss Delia Lnno, of Ft. Wnyno, vis
ited at tho homo "of M. G. Butter
Mrs. Albert Mohr, of Marlon, was
circulating among relatives Wednes
day. Mis Pauline Molly, of Marlon, vis
ited relatives hero u fow dayB last
Miss Theo Cant was a Marlon vis
Misses Helen and Fannlo Dlx nro
visiting at Delawnio.
Mrs. M. L. Copelnnd, accompanied
by her sister, Mrs. Win. Qahlor. of
Waldo, loft Thursday for a couple
weeks' visit with her sister Mrs. Wil
son Coleman, or Hamlet, Ind, Sho
Will also visit hor brotrher, Paul
Straub, of South Bend, Ind.
Mr, and Mrs. Caien Isler. Mrs.
John Isler and son and Mr. and Mrs.
Chns. Jslor and chlldron wero guests
at a big family dinner given Sunday
by Mr. and Mrsr, aSmuel Llchten
berger at their homo near Oreon
Miss Edna Wilson returned Wednes
day from u plejis-int visit nt Morgnn
Mrs. L. 11. Hurrelbrink visited
friends at Columbus Wednesday.
Harold Lust, of Marlon, spent last
week with relatives hero.
Miss draco Wohlgamuth wns at
Mrs, George Cook nnd Mnrv n-ir.
dtli wero visiting nt LaRue last week,
Jira. .1. smitii, of Delaware, visited
friends hero several days last week. !
mr. is. m. stockwell was nt Ma
rlon on business Inst Frldny.
Mrs. Flora Boyd nnd grandson or
Marlon spent Saturday and Sunday
at the homo of her slBtor. Mrs T
N Mason .
Mr. and Mrs. Will Flnloy visited
relatives at Marlon. Sunday.
Mr Albert MoJ.r and grnndson Al-5f.rL-St2
:..,f ..MBr,on- wero Aspect
Mrs Davo Jones, of Big Fulls, Mont
ana and Miss Hcttlo Wolfley, of Rail
por. .were- the guests or Miss Sarah
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Woirioy, or
Delaware, Mrsr, Oscar Wolfley, or
Columbus, and Mrsr F. m. Adams
wero dollghtrully entertained by Mrs
Ellen Wolfley Thursday.
Miss Abbey .Vestal, or RicJiwood,
Ohio. Is visiting her mint Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Anna Darst and Mlsa Itoxlo
Darst, of Mnrlon leavo today for Nl
ntmro Fplls, Buffalo nd Chautaunua,
Tho Farmers' plcnjc at Gnat's Bravo
August 15. Com.
Miss Margaret Renuney and moth
er, or Colummis, worn vlsltorsr Inst
week, at the home of Mr, R, L, Os
vu.. n m.w.w.., w vwiiiiug, "yw
Sunday nt the homo Of Mrs. J. Ji.
Mrs. Einmett Thdihpson and chil
dren of Cardlhgtoii,- 1b spending tho
Wook nt tho homo of her sister, Mrs,
It. H . Flnefrock.
Mr Cash Barnes, of Columbus, vis
ited Saturday and Sunday with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Wohlcator, of Oola
ware, Bpent Suiiday nt tho homo of
li;c!r daughter, Mrs. John Evans.
Mrs. Frank Dull and children, of
Chicago, tiro visiting nt tho homo of
hel mother, Mrs. 10. Ilrownmlller,
Mrs. Harry Ilurd, of Cleveland, Is
visiting In and around Prospect this
Mrs. Chns. Isler and son Fred were
Marlon visitors Monday.
Mr, and Mrs. V. II. Dlldlno have
returned from a pleasant visit with
relatives In Knnsas.
Mr. and Mrs. John White, of Card-
Ington, are spending a fow days with
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Adams and oth-
et relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs.Orlo Curl, of Cardlng-
tou, were guests Saturday and Sun
day of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. B. Drako.
vMr,. and Mrs, Chos. ltnmey were
the guests of their daughter Mrs. Car
rle Keller at Fostorla Sunday
A force of men Is now at work In-
ty Jail. In tho past tho building has
been lighted with gas.
Funeral services over tho remains
of Mrs. James B. Sargent wero held
'" 3-0 o'clook this, afternoon at the
uesldence, C24 East Church street. Ilev.
B. C. Piatt officiating. Burial fol
lowed at Mai Ion cemetery.
The request of Postmaster Dick
wson that two .additional mail
camera be assigned tp the local
ofllee. 1ms been granted. Tho official
order wni issued from Washington.
Tho wedding ceremony of Miss El
va Brobeck and Mr. James Q. Nav
In was performed by Itev. Father
Joseph Dbnnlng at his home 011 North
Main street nt 7:30 o'clock Thura-
reside In tho city.
Walter, the thiee months' old son of
Vrgll Merrlman, of Farming street,
died at ten o'clock laBt night of In
flammation of tho bowels. Funeral
services wll bo. held tomorrow morn
ing at tho residence and burial will
bo made at Brush Bldgo cemetery.
Mr. Lawrence Fleminsr. i.io-uil 18.
of ProJ-pee was the victim of
I a painful accident occuring Friday
owning, loung Fleming tripped
on the porch steps and fell heav
ily to tho stone walk, breaking h'i3
right arm Above tho wrist. Dr. Mc
Neill wins summoned nnd rendered
tho necessary surgical .attention.
The hearing on tho Travis ditch,
which was to have boon held by tho
county commissioners, Thursday aft
ernoon, was continued until August 29.
Tho postponement Was due to tho Tact
that some of tho farmers along tho
ditch claim that errors havo been
made. Tho ditch will bo dug In Clreeu
,lxn. I). O. Weeks nnd son nre
gmst of Chicago lelntivcs.
Jliss Frnncis Clark of Upper
Sandusky is tho guest of Miss
Argylo Decker of, Caledonia.
Mi.t Ada Monnett of N"ortU Main
street mn for a guest this -week,
Mias Ocio Keel of Limn. Ohio.
Miss Minnio Ehert, of Samliisky.
is the guewt of Missi Ethel Ilousor
of Fntnklin street.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Mayer, of Cher-
fv otnt .in i.li.l.l.... . ...t.l. ei i
at Olovoland and Elyrla.
Mrs. Claude, Doty nd sou Walter
and Mrs. Bert Bishop linvo gone to
f'olumbim for a visit with relatives.
Mr. William Meant mA" Coshocton.
Ohio, is visiting nt Iho homo of Mr.
nnd Mis, Howl Thomas of West
l-Cliuwh street. .
Mr. and Mis. Qeorgo Harmon
of Kansas City, Missouri, formerly
residents of tho city, nro guests
of lelatives heie.
'Miss Millor and Miss Lnurotta
Miller leturned to their homo in
Dayton today after nu extended visit
with friends nnd relal'ves in the
Min, J. D. Noborgall roturnod
t 'her homo in Columbus! this morn
ing after n pleasant visjt nt tho
home of her sister Mis. K. Cnmp-
en 01 unnipnou street.
Mr. muh Mjw. ' F. D1, Bishop
returned Inst livening from , Sugar
drove. Ohio, wlioro they .had been
wp.eujling soveral days visiting rela
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boyer of
Columbus I'plui ieil ho'ino today ufter
11 pleasant visit nt tho homo of
Mr. nnd Mra. M:, C. Chipps o
North ,8euner Avenue,
jl EVENTS S
THE MABOft DAILY
Dally Schedule is Carried
ONE THOUSAND PEOPLE
Now Comfortable Local fed in
Neatness is One of the Requirements
All the Tented Homes are Coeey
No "military camp was ever moro
strictly nml moro admirably .regulat
ed than is the orty-sixth annual
camp meeting of the Ohio Confer-
lenee of Seventh Day Adventists,
now being held at tho iiiirgrmtnus.
. . ....
Prom o o'clock In tho morning,
the time when everyone m tho camp
must he out of bed and preparing
for tho day's work, until l):r30
o'clock in the evening, when all
must, be in. bed. tho camp has u
regular seliedulo of events w'hich
must bo ndhcred to in detail.
Tho eamp has a regularly ap
pointed bell ringer, whoso sole duty
is to go among tho tents, sounding
tho timo for tho various events of
Iho day. There is a pollen force
appointed to see that tho camp
is properly protected from trouble
some outsiders and that i.U those
within the fold obey tho rules nnd
The ripening service of tho camp
meeting took place Friday even
ing, land from now on until August
10 there will be services every
morning,, afternoon and evening.
According to information given out
liv Rm-. Mr. Burkholdor, stato
president, tho dny sessions will "bo
devoted purely to matters of in
terest to the peoplo in enmp. Tho
evening services will bo for the
benefit 41 ml interest of outsiders
who cave to nlteiid the meeting in
the big tent. Formerly 1 business
mwdons were held nt tho annual
ramp meeting, but since severnl
yovns ago the peoplo of tho sect
havo beld 11 separate annual con
ference for business matters, de
voting the camp meeting entirely to
religious services nnd discussion.
Nentntss as well bis regularity is
me of the )rrimo necessities required
-if the campers. The interior of ov
ery dwelling itent is as cosy and
(c'jnforlablo as a room 111 a homo.
In nearly every instance tho
atuperH hnve brought furniture nd
decorations from their homes nnil
have nrrnngeil the interior of their
leuts in tho most tasteful manner
wvsiblo. The largo tent, in which
the vi'rvices nre to bo held, shanda
it the extremo south end of tho
firrgrounds. It is equipped to co'in
foitnblv sent nbont 3.000 people.
There- nVo fully 1,000 peoplo
from nil over the stnto in camp.
The camp itself is n. typical city,
with ti restaurant, grocery. 1iook
dure, tolephono booth, news stand,
and other places of like nature to
supply the needs of the visitors.
This is tho second time that the
state advenlists meeting hns been
hold in Marion, the fiisf lnrving'
I liken place 10 years ingo. Since
then, the following of tho belief
has iucrensed to a great extent.
In Marion, tliero nre nbouf 70 of
Todny. tho ndventists nro observ
ing their snbbnfh. their belief being
that this, instead of .Sunday, is
thp day sot asido by God for holy
wmship. Their Sunday school took
place this morning nnd religious
ssTviccs -worn, bold during tlio nftor
noon. Tonight tltoro will ho n ser
mon on tho second coming of Christ
ono of the Advontists1' most import.
int doctrinal points.
Following i tho order of dnily
oveutsi which is observed by tho
crimpers, (unls wore distributed to
II so Hint they might be informed
of tho, daily routine.
Rising bell, fi a. m; youth's
meeting, fitflO a. m.: devotional
s nTice.s f):.')0 a. 111. : breakfnst 7
a. m.; district meetings. 8 n,i 111,;
children's met tings, 8 n. m.; gen
eral meetings. (ItfO n. m.jconfer-
onco laborers' meetings, 1:,10 n. rn
dinner 12:rS0 p. m.; prcnehing
3 p. m.; cliuivh ofllcoi's' menlings.
5 p. m.; children's meetings, fi:30
p. m.; youths meetings. f:30 p..
m.; preaching 7:30 p. m.; warning
for pilence. 0 p. m.; silence, 0:25
, in,; ligjits out. 0:30 p, m.
Snbbnth services Pablmth school,
0 n. ii).; .preaching, 10:30 n. m.;
T n. In.; 7:30 p. m.
Sundiiv service? 'orenching 10:30
n. m.; 3 p. m.; 7:30 p. m.
The hell rings sounds a ivnming
Hvo minntr boforo each aopointed
hoiir nnd then ngnln flt tho tim
et Tt -will bn seen fiom tills
ehednlo' tlwt the ndventists havo
little leisure time while in eainp.
MtfttfOR, SATURDAY, AUGUST "10,
LaRue Girl Is Candidate for
Labor Day Queen
NEWS FROM VILLAGE
Wheat Cro Favorable, Con
sidering the Weather;
Cereal Brings as Hlght as 85 Cents
a Bushel ia LaUtte Market
Visitors in and Out of the City
Laltue, Ohio, -August 9 (Special) .
Miss Maymo Miller a former Lnltuci
girl, Is one among n largo list of
candidates who will complete for
honor of being Detroit "Labor Day
t..-....tt ...l.ll. .fllf 1m dliiittlnrl 1iv lint
iwuuuii vwiiv;i - '""-m " ""
. , g . 2iu, wlK,n l)l0 Dotroit
pudoratlon of Labor will hold Its an-x
nuul celebration. Miss Miller Is n
very popular young lady and Is de
serving ot 11 inostcOmplimontary voto
by her friends Instills vicinity, Those
desiring to nsslstyiulss Mller In this
competition inayisecura ballots at ono
cent each by cnllfng at tho Nowb of
Threshing maudnes nie being put
to uso all over theVcoiinty this week,
nnd proparatlonsyare helng mado at
the local elovntor'tpr .1 rush ot bus
Several loads ofJr,bread stuff" havo
already ben marketed and ere tho
week Is over lt,Ta exported that a
good share of thVcrui, will have
been marketed. . Most ,r the wheat
Is very good, cunuldeuiiK the sea
son, but there Is, alsn some very
poor wheat being harvested.
On account oftlie vaiylng teports
of wheat conditions tlio market Is
very fluctuating:. Tlqls cerenl
brought 85 cent! on the local mar
ket tho foro par', of the piesent week.
Georgo Dllsaver of Howling Green
township, spent ,Satuiday In Marlon
on business. ' ,
Knirfln and son, Karl,
Mrs. W. F
wore guests of relatles In Marlon
tho latter part ot last week.
Doc" Woolev .was callod to Mt.
Victory Saturday evening on account
of the serlouB lllnelss of his mother.
Mrs. Albert KochJ and daughter.
Miss Addlo Koch, of Hlcksvlllo, Ohio,
nro tho guests or Mr. nnd Mrs. D.
IS. Bent. ,
Mrs. R. K, Combs aniMwo chlldron
returned to Ciledonla, Tuesday morn
ing, nfter u visit with relutlves In
T.aRuo nnd vicinity
Mr. nnd Mrs. Reuberi'-Mosenger, of
near Scott Town, lefRjln'st Frldny
morning for nu extended ''visit with
relatives' nt Ozark. 111
Messrs. .laa. S Bonnor. N. IT
Davis, Grant Copelaud,-,e6I. J. H.
Leonard and Mr Graves, or Cleve
land, wero callers In Mt. Victory.
Mrs. "Wm. Fies, Jr.j&Mastor John
Flos nnd Miss Anna Mereness, or Ma
rlon, returned home Sunday.' evening,
nftor a Tow das visitant tho-Sheck-ler
home, noith of towiijjfelj
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Spaultllng came
ovor riom Mnilon, Saturday ovenlng.
for n visit with fi lends'.'-, Mr. Spaul
dlng returned Monday morning, while
Mrs. Spauldlm" remained until
Wednesday evening ' '
Charley Cramer, who has been tho
guest or relatives .ind Mends In Ln
Rue for about tun woni.-o ,
denly called to his bomoQlit Bucyrus 1
11 messngo announcing tho
death of hi? sister Margaret Cramer.
which occurred at that place", "Wednes
A party composed of Hon. Tnim v
Hopkins and Miss Helen Hopkins,
.Mrs. Win. Drako mid m m
Copeland went to Niagara Falls.
Uiurptlny night, Tho return trln will
no mnde early next week. ?
T. K. Peters left Wednpsdny morn
ing ror Columbus to nttond tho nn
nunl roiiulon or tho Peters faintly.
He will aim, visit relatives ami
frlonda in Delaware and:M.l,w i..
rare returning homo , ,r
Hon. Lake F .Tnims lino i.
iously III at his upnrtmoiTt in the
Jiunley hotel since Smitlny.''''
muHBia. Ullalies Selby un(, ga
Needles or Mt. Victory, wero bhsl
noss callers In tlio viiin.n w......
dayv """"." "l"l-
Mrs. E. R. Horren and son," Ber
nard, nrrlved In URuo' Tuesday
morn ng ror a visit with relatives anil
mends. f ,
Mis Ireno Bruce, of Mnrlon. . n,
guest or her frlond Miss Allco dark
from Slllldav mniilni. iixiii ........'
evening. " f$, imm,KlJ
J!ri VIn- C" w' mSn wero
called to. Prospect, Wednestlny. to at
tend tho funeral of hls'-grantlfather.
Miss Lela Burko nrrlve'iU" from m
dlnnnpollB Saturday oyenlng Tor a
week's visit nt tho homo orhbr mint,
Mra. G. T. Baughiuan, on South High
street. ' ,
Mrs. Lyman DIcknson and bqd, Liv
ingston, spent Tuesday h Marion,
Llttlo ,MIss Oenovlevo Mnttoxnccom
panled them 1-mmo for n few days
Mr. W. F, Johnston, or Carey, Ohio
returned to that place, Thtirsday, at
ter p, ,two weeks' vhlt at, ffiehomo ot
his son, w. H. Johnetonron Cheat
nut street, , ''hL
"Sirs. .(0)111 Single, of "tlfls place,
visited with relatives lh Qulncy, Ohio,
frorti Saturday morning until Sunday.
Jler son, Kfilpli, nccompanJed her
homo after n two months' visit.
Misses Norn Frederick nnd Mnymo
Frederick went to Lorain, Monday,
morning, whore they will visit rela
tives for a couple weeks.
13. S. Brown spent Monday and
Tuesday ob tho guest of relatives ami
friends in Mnrlon.
Mrs. Wm. Tracy, or Marlon, was'
tho guest of friends In LaRiio and vi
cinity Tuesday evening nhd Wednes
day. R. B, Cleveland returned Wcdnes
daysmornIng, afier a two weeks' visit
nnd fishing trip In Northern Mich
igan. Preston Cleveland, who hns been
absent from the village for sevornl
wecits, returned homo Monday ovpii
Ing. Miss Hazel Clark returned to Ma
rlon, Monday morning, after a pleas
ant visit'1 with relative nn.t f.i...,.in
in LaRue nud vlcliilty.
iunster Beriinid Bell, nf Aim inn i
Visiting at the home or Its grand
parents, 1'ror. nnd .Mrs. 11. n. iioii
on East 'Vine street.
trunk Mcainnls snent K11tni.1v ,,ti.
his family In Mt. Victory.
uMiss iMlltli Alt wns n visitor In Ma
rlon, Friday or Inst week.
Robert Cleveland spent Sunday at
Mt. Victory tho guest of friends.
-Miss (liithel Scovllle returned to
Mnrlon, Wcdnosdny evening, nftor
spondlng a two weekH' vacation at the
home of her sister, Mro. J. B. Fields
on North High sticet.
Messrs Dr N. Slfrltt. D. C. Rldir-
way aniHT. H. Rnub were driven to
Upper Sandusky. Sunday afternoon,
by autoist N. II. Dilvls. The return
trip over rough ronds wns mado In
fifty-five Inlnutes, the distance being
East BulTulo, N. V., Aug. 10. Cat
tle Receipts 100; steady but quiet.
Veal Calves Reclpts COO; slow,
25c lower; top veals, 7.75 8; cull
to fair, 7M iT 7. CO. .
Sheep and lambs Reclpts 400; act
ive and firm; lambs, 5.25 S 7.50;
yearlings C.30 (,t 0.50; wethern, 5.75
3 0; mixed sheep, 2.75 Si 5.25.
Hogs Reclpts 34,000; active, 15
25c stronger. Yorkers. 0.90 n (J. 05:
pigs, G.00 fir 7; mixed packing 0.80
COO; heavy grades. 0.50 fl 0.70.
roughs, 0.50 6.75; stags. 4
UNION STOOK YARDS.
Union Stock Yard. UN Aug.
10. Cattle Receipts i'00; estimat
ed for Monday 4.000; market un
changed. Hogs-Receipts 0,000; Monday
3J.000; mnikct f to 10c higher:
light (i.10 (L?Mi.f)0; rough 5.-15
5.75; mixed 5.80 0.40; heavy
5.80 O.oo; .pigs 0.05 0.25;
SJil'cp RecoiptB 2.500; estimated!
for Jfondny 18,000; market un
Cleveland. O., Aug. 10. Hogs
Receipts 20 cars; shipments GOO;
higher; yorkeis 0.7; mixed 0.(10 (a)
(1.70; heavies fi..'l(); host pigs 0.75
stags and loughs 4 5.50.
Calves Receipt 200 head; stoady
Sheep nud Injnhs Light, steady,
Cuttle No receipts, steady, un
changed. CHICAGO GRAIN
Chicago, Aug. 10. Wheat, wns
weak and I l-2c lower; September
ranging from 80 7-8 to 88 closing at
87 1-8; December from 01 5-S to
!)2 :i-4; closing nt 01 3-4; Mnv 07
1-4 to 118. closing nt 07 .'l-S.
Corn declined 1-4 (nf l-2c; Sep
tember ranging from 51 5-8 to 55
closing at 54 .1-1; December from
51 !l-4 to 52 1-4.
Onts were 1-2 (il) .1-4o lower; Sep
tember ranging from 44 J -2 to -15
1-4; closing at 44 1-2; Dccembor
from'-42 5-S to U :i-S; closing at
42 7-S; May fro'm 44 5-8 to 45 1-1
closing tat 41 5-8.
flroat ciutailment of (ratio, flno
iioithwcstern weather and largo
winter wheat receipts proved a
strong boar combination. Holders
f wired a long tie up and onsequont
disoorfragvnuMit. ninong ilmldein.
Selling was general early, trado
turning dyll mid' locflil. AVeathw
favored corn nnd oats, ami there
was somo yelling of future.1!. Couii
tiv flcce)tnnce.s of wheat and oats
Toledo( Ohio., Aug. 10. Wheat-
Cash 8(1; September 87; December 01
3-1; May 97 3-8.
Corn Scptomber 57 3-4; December
51 3-1; May 53 3-8.
Oats-cptombor 13; December 42
1-8; May 411-8.
ClOvoibeed-Cish 10.000; October,
10.32 1-2! December 9.G5; May tf.cn,
NEW YOUK PRODUCE
Now York, Aug. 10. -Mutter Re
ceipts 7,048 packages, weak: creamery
extra 2J 1-2; stato dairy tubs finest
24: factory firsts 20 1-2 S 21.
Eggs -Receipts 7,185 packnges,
steady; neaiby whlto fancy. 24 & 28;
extra mixed 23 24; western flruto
IT 1-2 S 18.
Daily Market Report,
3 The amount of money yon
J have lost by keeping yonr
I eparo roems vacant 10 long.
. A largo sum ia it net? Make
S up your mind that yon will
loso money no longer ia this
t way. Have your ad inserted
in Tho Mirror for a week,
' which will cost you GO cents.
I Your room will tbon be
ronted. Cheap commissiea to
pay, is it not 7
: Phono ads to He. B eitktr
WANTED Bilck layers at Susqiiu-
hanna Silk Ai'llls. 8-8-3t
'Inht young lmftlii.iwrol1i!Rrftinntti nro 111 Krent
ittaml. KnntMnr thn 'jil.tiilriiiiilnrrrtiuu Hrvi nnt
CBlllnitnniiidallr fomucli mciint nnlnrlrti of Jhii
$111 with plcn(irilin)fp'cl lor nilranreiurnt. Ato
.).( ulng fur IiUiIi icrailii Ofllco MniinifftJ, Auillinn
anil Acvounlanunt Sll-$xil hiuI fur mm ImvliiK
Writ' tmlaii tiUUnx ntlon lelntl.
HAIqoOl)Sllnc.), Ilrnln llroktrs.
WANTED-P1 iln sewing to do at
homo. Call Citizens phono 1 011
WANTED Twenty-live, men for tiny
nnd tonnngo work the year round.
Apply at John D. Owens & Son
quairy. Special rateB given on
electric ami steam lines to reach
AINTINO Bungles nnd can luges
painted and levarnlshed. Finest
mnterlnl uj-'l only. Dennis Clotnpr,
Mill street, i.'tl Huber Bltlg. Over
retmlr shops. S-7-4td2tw
FOR RENT-One Chlckcrlng Giaiul
Piano, $2.00 per month. C. E. Per
ry's Music Store. 8-10-Iit
FOR RENT "wo furnished looms
for light housekeeping. First
lloor. Apply HI W. Church
FURNISHED ROOMS-Flrst or sec
ond floor. Bath, g.is and nil mod
ern convo ilences, 113 Blaine Avenue.
4UCTIONEERINO-J. W Clari
will cry sales of ever? description
at reusonublu rates. Sutlefnctlui)
guaranU'ed. Vcur lntcruit Ih nu
Interest. Office rooms, Court slrl.
BoLk phouts, Marlon Ohio.
FOR SALE Ono Sipuio Plnnu In
good condition. $:i(). 2 serontl hand
organs In good condition, cheap All
latest sheet music, Cc per op. V
E. Pel ry's Music Store. s-in 3t
FOR SALE Horso and lluggy. In
(pilro 133 N. Main street CUUeiis
lihone 170. 8-0-3tpd
FOR SALE Saturday. Aug. 10, 1907,
at 2 o'clock p. 111., auction sale ot
household goodB, consisting of two
bed room suites with bedding,
kitchen tiirnltuie. slilo 'loard, exten
sion tablo, cbalis. All new. Also
two city lots and two cheap horses.
J. W. Clark, Auctioneer.
FOR SALE-Two Alligator Hay
Presses In good running order
Piactlcally good as now. Call Bell
Phono 14, Moirnl, Ohio, J. P.
Brady, Morr.il. Ohio. , 8-3-0tpd
FOR SALE '.;( acres ot good land,
with good lulltllugs, good fences,
good wolU, 1 ow scales and well
adapted to ttock raising. Can bo
divided into four farms. Has stone
plko on two sides. Will take part
payment In Murlou City property.
Charles Ho'itetter, Phono 133.
AViiihinglou. Aug. 10. Today's
tmisun Mnk'iiient: Receipts $1,.
740.011. expenditures $1,(100,000.
FREE TO YOU-HY SISTER
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treatment lor our case, entirely free. In plain wrapper, by return mall. 1 will also send you free
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MRS. Ms iUHMERS, iox Hv,.t. Notre 0m, lnd.,U. 8. Aj
FOR BALE -House ot seven rooms,
on Penilsyhanla Avonue. Well.
cistern, all out buildings Lot 40xlM
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ieei, 7iiuu.uu. eo u. u, itrown,
378 Houlevnid. 8-llmo
WD CAN Ftlrnlsli good farni-handa,
laborers, also mechanics ot all kinds
free of charge. The Central Drrt
ploymertt Bureau, 2482 Ontario,
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movinq and TitANama.
THH PADDOC1C TRANSFER STOR
Transfer Storage and Crating.
SCHOOL OF COMMERCE i
Marion's New Business College Z
Conducted by Experts y
Over The Manhattan Store A
', Telephone 1790 g
WANTED Teacher Pitman or
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yeiiis, good education. Plain 8
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this same Issue. Would you
like such a position? Then fi
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We teach Graham Sliorthand. S
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6 Fall Term Begins September 3.
p Call, Phone or Write. g
1. 5 Room House, fine shape.
$1000 00 on easy terms.
2. Houso of 8 rooms all up .in
grand stylo $2500 00 3 1-2 squares
oi Court House
3. House barn and big loll
largo enough for two moro house3
Modern throughout and cheap ajj
dirt. See me.
4. Hotiso of 10 rooma Barn
large lot, fruit and Bkaile Olney
Avenue worth $3700 00 will sell at
5. Farm of 75 acres north of
Caledonia. 800 me at once for a
bargain. Plenty buildings and good!
CHASE REAL ESTATE CO.
Take a Look!
7 rooms Prospect St $2800
8 rooms E. Church St.. $2800
7 rooms S. Grand Avo..$2800
6 rooms S. Grand Ave. .$2600
7 rooms S. Grand Ave-. $2200
7 rooms Prospect St $2600
7 rooms Cherry St $3100
7 rooms S. Selfner Avo.,$2G0O
Modern except furnace.
110 1-2 S. Main St.
I am a woaan. II
I liDow woinun'R BuOorlojrs.
I liuvo laund tho euro.
I will pull, free of any chareo. rav home trrt
tnent wlih f till Instructions to any suaerer from
women's ailments. I want to toll elf women auoul
this oure you, my reactor, for yourself, yout
daughter, jour mother, or your Bister. I want to
tell you bow to oure yourselves ut homo without
the hulp ola doctor. Men cannot understand wom
en's suflerlnrs. What wo women know froinex
pcrlence, we Itnow better than any doctor. I know
that 111 v .home treatment Is a sata and sure euro for
or l-alllng ot tho WomIi,lroluM,5cnly
or Painful I'erlods, Uterine or Ovarian Tumors or
tlrowthsi also pains la tlio bead, back and bowtlt.
bearing down feelings, nervousness, creeping; recl
ine up the spine, melancholy, desire to cry, hot
flashes, weariness, kidney and bladder troubles
where caused by weaknesses peculiar to our sex.
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entirely freo to prove to you that you ouu curs
yourself at home, rasllv. nuiphiv nmi enraiv
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