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t w M mis i A rv u ? '''ffc HAMOy DAILY MtKfcOll. TUESDAY, JANUAUV 21f 1008. PAGE 1KYIX - ' :! il' E'. ' ;:- Yif ' fcwn. vm itn. wr m 2 N I A'. D t (. , WEEK OF MN. 20lh. .fbKatf- i SI oglMfr atid character oketoli, . "The Cheap Skate." fJnMTIlr'1 't iMtfiKirV "Pprii. ,lWBn.oVt!i,,n (f I TV1 v r - ...-.,.-., . . . , - , - ,, -PJU 'Wifc'ikAVAYiswc "Ctaedy Acrobats.'.'' THE GREAT VARDAMAN "The Auborn Hatred Beauty." E. P.' ROWE will stng. tf " '" ''(FlMt Half of-Weok) (Sooart Half 'of Week) "The Birds of Georgia Sing iu Tennessee." Power' Cameragraph i First HHlfof'Week 'The Judge and the Girl." Second Half of Week . 'Poor but Proud" l, Matinees Monday, Wednes day, Saturday, 8 P, M. Per formances every evening, 7:110 and 0 P. M. 10 and 20c Mat ineet 10a Saturdays (children) 6a. v8oouro roaorvod seats in ad vance. Telephone 380. ACENfl ' A ' 2 BARRIER Negro Who Says He Has Seen 136 Winters Weds Young. Woman. :Now Vork, Jniu yL Just to prove thadi, Cupid is no respecter or ngo. AVIIlIam llrooks lMosou, a negro, wlio . ayo his ago ns 130 years, applied for. a Uccnso at the Marrlago .tceseliureau. Ho gnve ms lutdrcsa at; .118 Jost O110 iHundrcil and Thlr-ty-rourth street and his birthplace at Havana, Cuba, and admitted that iu& was his second matrimonial voaiure In tho last 100 years. His ttrst 'wedding, he said, was a cen tury... ago, ills wife 'dying lo years Bo. V JSIla Hayncs, og years old, who ''gave her address as No, (S Kaut OUno Hundred and Thlrty.thlrd street yos tho brldo.olcct, and it was kor duty to lead tho aged victim pf Cupid's darta td tho license wlh 'dow, as Mason's' eyesight was vory tyoor; ln no ther way did ho show Silgns of being rocroplt, and was particularly brisk and keen about 'feeing married right away, tt. IWlth that object ln vlow ho stopped nimbly downstairs to tho marrying room' In tho basement, "whero Alderman Smith read tho ser. vices Jolnlug the two ln .mntrl- SAILS OF CLOTHIHG K i- ' Caujjht the Breeze and Car ried Wrecked Victims to Safety. i- Victoria, U. C, January 21, The Ijstcamer Mlbworu urrived yesterday fjr'om Australia,' briuglug dotails re irdlng the finding of tho castaways jkpm tho wrecked barkentino Dun 'alouald, who, for eight months, strug gled to exist on Disappointment Isl ind, 200 miles south of Now Zealand. TKo Dundonald, with a crow of 23, JVFM'siifoshod on tho rocks of the isl-' asd on Muwh' 7th last, 13 being; downed .'and lfi survivors found ati lAuckland Island, which thoy "reached 1 a rudely fashioned boat eight Months afterward, by the Now Zea,-1 jWiid Bteambr Sliowora. Tho casta ivjrays lived, pnraw mollyhawks and Hcals.iWlUdraKt ftro and Ikopt U 6lngfbn'BeroilrnonthB.i TheFr5Viiow;rgovernmjBnt food' do- jcraekM 'sticks, and canvas, ' clothina n4 blankets, saved from the ship. A taMHittl.1 Itin a aotrol fiwm n tl...1 .nt. Mt&1 plerepd nr It, was used as unrw wuiiu, ou wjia iiwiii 11 nun. wuin eeaie and some, .wire from tho ship .or.Uiread, 'be boat- started July 3 nd dw, September the food depot -was Kid..s There was n good b,oat there, tend." maklm; Ballsfrom their nlothlncrj thecrew Vent back to Disappointment tand. and brought the others to aucH.lnnd Tftynd, The SYfowera, nass , iteg.'wlth, osolenildfl party, saw their 'Ignals ft. nioh.th .nfter they reached, 1AimI4 andrecued'them raaeiHoklng boat; .wa'fipiqneifpt', LA tRAt ctfutett. , ,tt.l; i '- Ancient Edifice Wear Philadelphia to " St Ofcened for Visitors. A U luMi Norrlaiowrt, Pa. The ancient church of Ln Trappe. which Inspired Longfellow to'wrltd somo beautiful Versos, Is to ho opened on request to anyplferlms who visit the quiet llttlo spot, a few lullna front here, whero tho historic church still stands, a lib (lo, nliitky In its old ago hut dignified nrid bcAtitttul still. If you u?o suf ficiently Interested, in" sifcH 'ctfcf?sias Ileal landmarks as to tKe a 'tmllW trip to Ln TrappQ the' keys .wlll'tho found 'for you nhd tlio ancient and v ANCIENT PULPIT OF OLD TRAPPE CHURCH. LA rusty lock turned for your admit tnnco. Within tbo church you will sco the unpalntcd pews jusit ns they wcro nailed together by tho pioneers. Tho woodwork Is worn smooth fiy tho 'pressure' of successive generations of worshipers on tho high batiks of tho pews, but JtiRt us they wcro construct od In 1743 so they appear to-day. "" In orte corner a quaint old pulpit of walnut, with the' high sounding board of ancient days', is tho most' ornate 'feature, whllo upstairs there Is nil thnt romalnB of tho plpo organ that was Imported from Europe rioon after the congregation settled down In Its flno now church. What with the antics of tho soldiers during tbo revo lutionary war, when music for ribald barrack room ballads was played on t.ho old Instrument, and' the attacks of vandals and relic hunters, there Is Httlo luft of the organ but tho frame. The pews, tho records- tell us, wore occupied by tho men on ono sldo nnd tho women on tho other, while the' apprentices, servants nnd children wero watched over by tho sexton in tho gallery above. There is some controversy as to tho origin of tho name l.a Trnppc. It is generally conceded, however, that it originated from tho remark of nn early settler who had visited A' little tnvorn In' tfcc vicinity and who, 'on -being scolded by his wlfe.-stntcd that he had fallen Into tho "trap" on his wuy home. A curious Inscription in tho grave yard adjoining' tho old church rccolds thnt ono John Fnvjngof wns born ln 1774 and died in 1721, "agod 47 years and Eovon. days." It Isn't recordod that tho "trap" wns responsiblo for this, but such muy have been the case. 1 .. , 4 DECLINES DIPLOMATIC POST.' Bacon Docs Not Want to De Ambas sador to Germany. ' Washington. Tho resignation of Ohnreinngno Tower, of Pennsylvania, as American anibacyadur at Germany, ROJlERf BACON. has be.cn rc'cuJvoVby President Itoose vdjt find will bo"pcceYtod, Announce rtK!!itvVas TnaMp in- Dprlln recently that Mr.' Tower would retire from tin. cHpioibitlc' nsrylco. ' v ' ' Tho'Vrpsldont tehdeiod tlib riinbaa! nailoishi)i. to Hobcrt Bacon, of Now York,, tho nHls.tant secretary of KtlJtii, ond,,iliy'dolni!B6 imilcnfod'Hln 'bltce'i llfdt' HH'-wa'a bo' much pleasod wtth-ftti'' nacoh administration o('hu polttlfcill qfllco that ho should greatly tegrotjr have him lcav6 Washington bu' h feU that a selfluh qouuldoration of thai clfaractor on tho part of tho preoidenj should not be perntlttod to stand' In tho way of offering to Mr. Uaconan opportunity which would be1 In the nature of an apfu'eddtlori of 'bit work, and at tho eamo timo glvo hlnl a charico Wr diplbmatld 'achlovom'e'uf abroad," ' ' Mr. Ilacpn 'eqllned the 'offer, 'on thj giauiul, it Is understood, that tit prufon-ed persbuully to f 6 mala In tb slate (louurtiuont. n . , BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaSkDaBBBBBBlBBBBtriAV' CEJA.NIW OimHo. All HcWH,SkIi Jkcstes fbkh ate hi iirtiitary msimuj nuievci by Oil ef WiitergreM. Can Eczema be cured? , Somo physicians' say ''Yes." Somo say "No." Tho real question Is, "What Is moant bv Kcz'oind?' If'VoW nicAn'- thos'o' scaly cruptldns, those1 dlStiis'cs which' "mako their' ' llrst ftfVpenraflcc, not at birth, but yeats afterward and perhaps not until middle age' thir there can noOdnger bo any ques tion that these forms of Eczema aro curable. Simple vegetable oil of Wlntcrgrcen, mixed with other vegetable Ingred ients will kill the germs that Infest tho skin, and Instantly that awful Itch Is gone. The very moment tho liquid Is applied, that agonizing, tantalizing Itcli disappears, and continued appli cations of this external remedy soon cure tho disease. We carry In stock this oil of wlntcr grcen properly compounded Into D. D. D. Prescription. While wo arc riot sure that It will curd all those cases of skin troublo which aro Inherited, wo positively know that this I). D. D. Prescription, whbnover rlghlly used, will cure oVery last case of genuine lOczomn or other skin troublo which did not exist at birth. We know this. Anyway you yourself will know thaj D. b. D. 'Prescription instantly tnkes away the Itch tho mo ment It Is nppllcd to tho skin. Flock en's Pharmacy, Marlon, Ohio. Stop thnt Itch today Instantly. Just call ht our store nnd try this refreshing and sotohlng liquid; also ask about D. D. D. Soap, 't ' -' - "' LYNCHED, YET LIVES Alabama Negro is Cut Down and Revived by Officers. Dotlinn, Ala., Jan. 21 The negro Orovor Franklin, who, lust night, was taken away rrom Sheriff IhiL ler and his deputies- nhd who wns swung to a tree, Is again ln thb hands of tho law, nnd stands a chance for recovery. Tho mob was bo closely followed by tho olllccr's nnd law-abiding citizens, determined If posslblo to avert tho lynching that thoy did not huvo time to go't their- victim outsldo the corporation limits and hurriedly hanged him on tho llrst tree and thinking they had riddled him with bullets, flol. On the nrrlvnl of tho DlllCers tho negro was still allvo and was Immediately cut down nnd placod ln Jail. A. O, Faulk, who whs assaulted by tho negro Saturday night Is rest ing easily and his wounds aro not regarded nssorlous, I'll teen dbputlcs aro patrollng tho jail yard to avert any troublo at tho hands ot a second mob. Evory. thing Is quiet. , CHILDREN A 1 STARVED While Their Parents Fought Each Other for Their Custody, matin, Nob,, January 21. Shock ingly omaclnted, due to neglect, dis ease and want ot food. Robert, Gertudo and Daniel Revlns, young children vho camo here recently from Sidney, 6hlo, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Revlns, wore today taken Into tho Juvenile Court, whero Judgo Estello ordered them sent to the County Hospital. Aftor tho family camo horo re cently from Ohio the mother, it is said, took 1350 belongings to the fath or, and, without his consent, wont back to Sidney with the children. The father pursuod them thoro, took and returned with them to Omaha. The mother followed, nnd slnco tho parents have been "fighting for posses sion of the children JUROR IS SORRY HE l i CONVICTED JOHN R. WALSH w -I- .1" jiff 8. Milf.'n.utlnn, 21. .A tmuclnl dis patch to the Journal fronn dlnuvard Bays that Elbort Palnior, tho juyo ne'riu ror who tood, oUt bo dongiifor tho rilllttal Of 1 John It. WnlHh.,i tnlfl Attorney C," il.il' ileudrloKs, .who. tot counts fn an affidavit a conversation hold by him with Palmer, that ha did not bollove thC'Yal8h was teen., nlcnlly guilty arid that had ho known that ho could change his verdict vbpu questioned In court b Judgo Anderson ho would havo dona so, Pajme'r sal ho rajher would havo blown out his brains than to have presented a verdict of guilty in court hnd lie Known ho could chnngo it when the jurdra' wore polled, Palmer is at his farm near iior- Ivard, a physical-wreck. OOL 'AM DAINTY NICKWBAII.' Prtty Way DraMlnt h Nttk Without Discomfort. Th Wortso dresan tier heck heatly can be rorglveh a great many other faults, h4 there are maiy ways of do'lng hli without enduring any great discomfort Tho llneu collar la probaWy tk mint practical 'of all', and Most bf thermf!embroUo'red InTblfhd wbrk er eyt iwd with thomaro worn ion. iBsvrte wcs; ,pr oowb. uei incso cpnarf la a comfortably larga elze and not too high. They are tho coolest thing you' can wear and atlll look neat. Tba high gloa of the starch seems to resist the perspiration and feels cool to tho skin. Llttlo pro tection or turndown collars, whllo they are not particularly new, l still find favor now nnd then, but that means you must wear a silk stock, and, with whtfa -blouses, this It to be avoided. " Another dainty arid cool fashion that has asserted Itself Is tho wearing of soft lawn arid mull' ties with em broidered or hemstitched ends. These tics' aro about a yard or a yard and' a half' long, and should go around tho neck twlco-by that I mean placo tho rnlddlo of tho' tlo' under tho chin, carry It around the heck, cross it at tho ba6k nnd tlo thb bow in front. You can tack llttlo plcdcs ot whalcboho In these tics to keep them upright, and pin them 'fast to your blouso with a fancy pin. Tho young girl and tho debutante havo things pretty much their own way, as soft rolling collars aro almost Vnlversally worn by' them. These are finished' off 'with a Windsor tie or piece of ribbon to harmonize with tho dress they aro wearing. High stopk collars and four-ln-hand stocks aro seldom seen any more, which Is a btcsslng, for nothing could have been more heating to tbo throat than thoso mado of heavy English madras that wcro worn so much at ono time. Tho llngorlo bow of nainsook, lawn or mult has taken the placo of silk bows and these aro easily mado at homo from bits of material and scraps of laces that havo been left over. The shcor blouse waist should havo a collar of laco Insertion, attached to It, and tiny pieces ot feathorbono aro sufficient to hold them up. Tho skele ton collars, made ot stiff goods and bones, around and lip and down, ara no longer worn. '' i ' ii REPLICA OP THE SPHINX: Work of an American Woman Bought for a Chicago Museum. London. A rcmaVkablo work by nn American woman' Sculptor, who Is now resident in .Parlshas been bought for presentation to. theL!' Field Columbian museum in Chicagrpby W. N. McMll len, tho well-known American traveler and oxploror. Tho work Is a plaster replica of the sphinx, mado to scale, and tho artist Is Mrs. David Ganick' pongworth. who vns before her marriage Miss Hoatrloe Willis. Mrs. Longworth was a Chica go girl and received first lessons ln sculpture ln Chicago's art schools. Mrs. Longworth'B sphinx Is ten feet ibng And threo feet, lilgh. Slio spent throe years on tho work While she and her husban'd were living ln Cairo, Whoro Mr. Longworth was the editor 'and publisher of Tho Sphinx, a news pauer devoted, to trny.ol. and socictx nows. Every detail of tho roprodub WORK OP AN AMERICAN WOMAN. tlon Is In exact proportion gpd Mrs Longworth has climbed ail over the great Egyptian monument making measurements. Sho la probably tho only woman who has over been on tbo head of tbo sphinx. ?be statuo was exhibited at tut Parts salon U;a03,r . W nAClTi VITWAfJn iJtastuffalo'i YrJaW'ai.-cat- 1 steady. .,, iVeals Receipts 100; market slow. Top yeals, 8 9; cull ot fair, 3,75 8.60. Sheep and lambs unchanged values. Cull to choice lambs, 7;00; yearlings, 0 0,50; wothors, 0; ewes, 5.25 5.501 mixed sheop, 3,25: 5. GO. (ilogs -Active. Yorkers and pigs, 4.70 4.80; mixed .'.and heavlea 4.65 (5) 4.70; rough's, .75 4,10; stags, 3 4. GO. " ';.' ' UNION STO0I- TAM Uulon Stock Yards,-Ilia'.. Jan. 21.- I "I JDaUy Market Report CaUle-tReciipts.4,i;0O2'iMtlniatea' tat tomorrow 20,00(l: nlnrk'ot slow and! weak, prime ueevcn, .w & 6.10; poor to medium, 3.C5 4.80; stack ers .and foeders, 260 4. CO: cows and'" hfclfers, 1.G0 cp '4 . 05 ; canners 1.30 0 2.60; Toxans, S.GO 4.1C. iHogs iRecelpts 02,000; estimated for tomorrow, 55,000; market steady. (Light, 4.10 (H) M.4G; roughs, 4.20 4.25; heavy, 4.20 4.55; mixed 4.30'.4;tK; pigs, 3.60 0 4. 25. , Shcjsp-QLccolpts 11,000; estimated for totftyriiojw 18,000; market slow and weal 'iNatlvc and western sheep ttndAtw?jrM lambs, , G.2u .2.20.. . OLinBtAin) ' K Cloveland, O., Jan. 21. Ilogl- Itoclpts 40; shipments 800; higher. Yorkers, mixed and heavies, 4. CO; best pigs, 4.55; atags and roughs, 3 0 4.'. Calves Receipts 50; Bteady. Good to extra 8,50 8.7C. Slicop nnd lambs iltccclpts 5 cars; steady. Good to extra, 7.1G 7.25. Cattle Receipts light; steady. PITTSBTJRfl Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 21. Cattle- Supply light; market steady. Choice 5.G0 5.G3; prime, 5.30' 5. GO; good, 5.10 5.30; tidy butchers, CO G; fair, 4.30 (ft 4.50; com mon, 3,.3j 3.75; fat cows, 2 3.75; bulls, 2.50 4; frcsrh cows and sprlngors, ?35 J53"; common to fair, $20. f30. Sheep and lambs Supply light; market slow. Prlmo wothors, 5.40 5. CO; good mixed, 5.10 (ft G.35; fair mixed, 4.50 5; culls and common, 2 3; lambs, 5 7.40; veal calves, 7.50 7 8; heavy nnd thin, 4 5. iHogs-r-Rccelpts 20 doublcdocks; market higher. Primo heavy, 4.G; mediums and heavy yorkers, 4. CO; light yorkers and pigs, 4.C3 4.70; roughs, 3.00 i) stag's, '3 (ft 3. GO. CHICAGO OP.AIN. Chicago, Jau. 21. .Wheat Cldscd 1-4 l-3c higher after a Jorky mar kot and unscttlod feeling. May sold betweon 1.01 3-4 and 1.03 1-1, opening at 1.01 3-4 nnd closing at 1.02 7-8; July between 07 G-8 and 38 3-4, open ing at 97 3-1 and closing at 08 3-8. No. 2 red D9 3-4 1.00 1-2. Corn Showed an advanco of 1-4 3-8c fo rthe day. May sold between GO 3-8 and CO 3-i, opening at CO 3-S, and closing at GO 5-8; July betweon 59 1-4 and 59 5-8, opening nt 59 1-1 and closing at 59 1-2. No. 3 yollow 54 4-4 (ft 54 1-2. Oats iWero l-8c up to l-4c lower. Old May sold between 54 1-8 and G4 5-8, opening at 54 3-8 and closing at G4 3-8; July between 47 3-8 and 47 3-4. opening at 47 3-1 and closing at 47 1-2. No. 3 white 51 '51 1-1. TOLEDO GRAIN Toledo, O., .Inn. 1 Wheat Cash 1.01; May 1.03 7-3; Jly 0 7-8; September 97 Corn Cash 5(1 1-2; May 01 1-2; July (11 1-1; Soptembor (jo 3-4. OatsCash 53 1-4; May 51 7-8; July .U) 3-1: September 40- KyoNo. 1. 87 1-2; No. . 83 1-2; No. 3, 70 1-2. Cloverseod Cash and January 10.00; March 10.03; April 10-45; prime nlsiko 10.20. l'rliuo timothy2i2o. NEW YORK PRODUCE Now York, Jan. 21 .-Putter It c ceipts 12,038 packnges; fancy firm. Crcacory, extra 31; atao dairy tubs, poor to fair, 19 21. j.jggayiocelpts M.C79 packages low er. Nearby white fancy, 31 32; western firsts, 22 1-2. LOCAL GRAIN MAIIKHT. Corrected Dally by Marlon Milling & Grain Co. Wheat, 9Cc per bu. Corn, 75c per cwt. Oats 17c per"bu.' Ryo 75c per bu. Clover Seed $9. CO per hu. Timothy $2. 00 per bu.x Hungarian Seed COc p.or bu. r LOCAL MARKETS . CorroctcU Dally by Chas. Turner & Co. PRODUCE UUYI'NG PHICES. Butter, per lb,, 22c to 21c. ERgs, por doz., 22o. Iird, pof'lb.-, 8c' Onions, pep bu., 60c. Potatoes per bit., '60c. Popcorn, 2c. GROOEIHES' SELLING PJtIOES. Butter, creamery, 35c Butter, country, 28c. Cheese, N. V. cream, 20o. Lard, per lb., 12 l-2o. Hams, 12 l-2c. Shoulders, 10c. Syrup, por gal.,' 40c, Potatoes, por, bu.,i70o. Eggs, country, 2Cc. Sugars, por lb., 5 to Cc Teas, por lb., --lOc'tO $1.00. Vlnecar. ner Kal'."2Ccllfil salt, bc'rbbi.-. sn'ss:"-" "'rt'i fJ'"ll fla'nd picked' Navy TloiutbJ Bo"' pVr lb, or OilbB. (for 25c '" ' CarbllnaiiHead.. Rice'; 10cipor lb,- or ' .3 'lbs0 for '25c Lima Beabs, 10c, or 3 lbs, for 26c. Marrowfat Beans, 7c or 41bs. for 25c Cracked Hominy, 4c or 3 lbs. for 10c Prunes, 8 1-3 to 15c, Dried Peaches,1 18 to 23b. Seed Raisins, 15c ,two 25c ' Cleaned Currents, 13c, twb 25c ii. P. Marllin Flour. 1-4 bbl., J1.C0. Clover Loaf flour; 1-4 libl,, 'll.CO. Alladln fancy Patent, 1-4 bbl., $1.50. Igal Tender Flour 1-4 bbl., $1,50. Golden FJalfo Flour. 1-4 bbl.,$1.40. 'ICnlcUVrhnekei' Flour. 1-4 bbl. $1.40. Lilly Patent Flour, 1-1 bill., $1.25. Corn reaI- Per 20q (TW'"' ' nwHTyE wflnifl' Tft jm c m 1 u n -Kitawt .'jpi . "a k w iia vrffl 'AI'BK l '. mPMMMP fit TfJ7W5,WfltflAl an. am vZiJi sm "vt. wjt ."ii f-HP ytr f rij -!" "rv5)iW mt L-' VfrarftriiliS&'rr iMUIAAMMMIttlMMaMAri - VIIIIIBIW I ilil EXCHANGE COLUMNS. .... - . , .- An opportunity to buy,sell,or ex change your property by an utl in these columns. If you have a house for rent why let it remain idle when an ad in these columns will find you a tenant. If you are not satifi'cd with your present quarter why continue in them when an ad in these columns will find just what you desire; Only Jc a Word Each Insertion. M N SELF WANTED 1 WANTED 'A gentleman over 23 years of ago and of refinement and education as traveling salesman In connection with Stoddard's lec tures. Salary and commission. Per manent employment. Admirable dcupatlou. Apply to Mr. Duncan between ono and two o'clock each day this week at 317 Kast Church. Any standard Marlon citizen can vouch for tho character of tho work. l-lS-3t OPPORTUNITIES. Ifyminroc..nii.HruUr nil a hluli Bi. in u now ortcchnlrnl (llon tlwrr aro ninny .'Vl' i'.'J rmnlovf-nirplviiu utn mill) Uii'iu Willi 11111 ami SSoulthlSfl .larSi imwoiK-n Uh-iv rtK.ul.llH.iwr rral suUl ti tli nl.lllty ami cxiktIi-iicp i.r crrry hlih Vrnrtfl man. OiitnUtn. our monthly pill. llrMfiSTd "i?rlV-V'vcral liun.Jrr. ij ' Vm'"'1' tlom. Writ" lly fncoW- "'""H"'.'.! .J , MAPdOOOS (Inc.i llraln lro!:.r. 03.1 WllllaiTiwih Uii.. :irHnnd 1123 Park Building, Pittsburg. WANTED. CIOAB SALESMAN WANTBD-In your locality to represent , .v. lenco unnecessary; 00 per mo. and expenses. Write for particulars. Monroe flEar Co.. Toledo, Qhlo. WANTED A- lady over 21 years of ago and rcnnomeni mm .-uu. as traveling saleswoman ln connec tion with Stoddard's lectures. Sal ary and commission. Permanent employment. Admlralilo occupation. (Apply to Mr. Duncan between ono and two o'clock each day this week at 317 East Church. Any standard (Marlon citizen can "vouch for tho character of tho work. 1-lS-Ct FO kENT FOR RENT Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Gas for heat. Inquire at 212 Blaln Ave. Phono 1755. 1-17-tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms. In- qulro 401 East Center. 1-2-Gt FOR RENT Five jroom houso, 259 N. Seffncr avenue. Good well, cis tern, gas for heat and light , For particulars phone R-127, or s"ce E. A. Soffnor, 2C8 South State St. FOft iALl FOR SALE OR RBNT-Modcrn houso. Possession glvon Fob. 1st. Corner Columbia and Blalno Ave. Inquire 33G Olnoy Ave, l-17-3t F0R. SALE Best Sunday Creek Coal forked $3.50 delivered. Phone .1031, Ireton Bros. 1-lG-Ct FOR SALE fllammond Typewriter. Good condition. $20. Hammond Co. will allow $39.50 for It on trado for now machine. W- B. Strayor, nt Strayers' Drug Storo. l-13-3tpd FOR SALE-A grooery doing a good , Wsln'ess. Can lease room for ano yo'nr or longer. Will take small ropprty on exchango. Addres 8, aro Mirror. i OR. SALE a small gas rango ln kdod,JcondltloB. Call at thlB,oftce or 5C9 E. Church street. Tee-. phone 1494. ' tf John Merrill Goodwin, 87 years old, or Newbury, Is tho only sur viving soldier ln Vermont ot tho Mexican War. Ho Is in vigorous heaih. For tho sako or the strancor ln London whp has no -map with him th'o liolborn Town Council has a num bar of outdoor charts constructed wltll tbo nlncos or Interest marked Tho charts nro posted thrhuhout tno uorouii, whoro thoy enn bo cou- sultod easily, Peoples' Transfer I & Storage Co. i: i:kiiHJ ma4 1 rt y'-yK - ' " '2i?l 1 ATJ017ONEEM AUCTIONEER1NQ Ot every de scription in Marlon and adjoining counties, associated with' J. W. Clark will bo If; L. Protsman, of Cincinnati. Ho cornea highly reconunonded as a stock salesman. Has been associated with Harold Wasbner, one ot the best salesman ln Ohio. So we guarantee tho beat ot work ln sales of any descrip tion. Otrice 114 Court Street. Give us a trial. Marlom O. LOST L I . - LOST 'Between Bowers' Jewelry store and Anthony laundry, a dark green purse containing two ton dollar " .bills, nnd some small change? Al so contained names ot several stores. Finder please leave at this " office and receive roward. LOST Dob with short stralRht black hair. Whlto spot on breast. About 2-1 Indies IiIkIi. answers tq namo "Reg." Liberal rowaru. " Finder return to -147 E. George St. - l-21-3t" MOVING AND T1ANIFII. tTHK HADDOCK TRANSFER 8TOR- g r- AGE CO. ,. '' Tra Ofor Storace and Crattafl. " $ Who Will . Do This l. ; Llat threo or lour houses to soil from parties that ronlly want to ,sol, I havo somo customers that will buy whoro thoy can flguro out ,,a good rate of lutorest on tho Invest, ment Property. Must bo located ln south or east end. l-'ivo room bouses nro about all cleared up. Better hurry. E, E. BUSH. t H. E. CARPEN ER & COMPANY, offor on tholr oaBy payment plan a now llvo room homo slato roof, cistern,, ,wpll,r nicely papered anA' .newly' toualntcd. nloutr of 'frilSViarco" lojinjUlllfiX-D, 8ldo ondJ fj.ix-iir. una jn every room, Ncnr Fairbanks Steam Shovel. Price $1350. n. E. Carpenter & Co. ? COURSE. Iene 1502,' Over Smart HW.W.UV 5htt stort. ' ', 9 a r ' II. ,t, -i. 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