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lif:- .?. w Iff " T. J - HT m UP '..J It '2 i d, '.J I 3 l A A "2 hV 1 1 ' i i t x H BACKE TWO THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY FEBRUARY 19, 1912, UT- .y-f i ii mwjwj ! . 1 .iITrfc v . V Mm 'M V.rfPBk "Srfe "m fii KrfluvUfi biwB 1 -Ka flfl sWSVLiflvwT Margaret M. llurgess. Mr. niul Mrs. A. .1. McrUlo SurprUeU. ibut tho handsome rooms. Dainty Yesterday moi.eod tie Ighth vd- i.ttle plnoe cards dono In reel gavo ttng antilvorunn of Mr ami Mr Ai-.i imidi of the favored tonu a tho tn- nrrt J. Jfcrklo who reside at r.12 .Norm ims -M(Utl street unci in iwacnamu m in-- event, a (number if ihlr frteniis nnu ntlKibbra mude HiyiC a wirprig. t.ill ycRtfrilnV afternoon ' Mfc hira Mm. MA-Me rtce-Wed th-lr ca'lifir tfbuut lir o'clock t'pon m rfytu Uiey precntc-i'. 'he h..st and biw teas' with u. number ot !n y gifts. They nlso brought with them well Itll est baskets imd nt six o'clock enjoyed n plcnlo ripread. Tljtf callers were- Prof nml Mrr Thompson, of Duo run; Mr ..nd Mr Kent, Mr.' and Mrs. it irry Rliitt, .Mr. y nml Mi. UAir r'.ii-Mu Mr und Mrs. Wfesuiniiii. Sir. nml Mrs Robert Armsjtrong, Mi unit Mi. Uehcrt Che ney,Mr. nnd Mrs. WMlluce Court. Mr. niul Mrs. Samuel Court. Mr an I Mr. G$qrge Illnnmon, Mr. aud Mrs. Henry Amotie tlio KiiwtB wore Jlitt Hoy Ssnfurd of Chletuto. Mrs. Ullmnti of .Mttstmrir. Miss lUimlft NeWlwill of Al- tncma, .I'., and Mlw Hnzol Wftdi nf Uetew-Tf. OliEVEIVNl) HVR STOCK. Clovulund, Feb. I9.-H0R l.lflo. stc m.y. Heuvlcs nnd mediums (1 40; mixed fl.IOJ7fi.43j yorkcrs C.46; plga 0. Cntllo -nft enrsj slow to Bhndo low er AlidOV) nnd lnmhs 13 cars; C.SO top C'lvo-4B0; Of.O top. ami. Parly Tor Yiiuiirit Circle ,Mrs. KrimrMin SchoonlRUhV Jjollo fontlni nvemio homo wus tho scuno of one of ftmtrdBy'8 prettlwt inrtH'fl. Sehiifiiiltiivl) nnd her wWrtor MIw Itolla 'h -ri! were the hotesfi ana tne rlendwl hopUallty to a circle of younger Rlrln whuao nrenco ulwuya InmiTMi a hrlglrt And Joyoim nffnlr. .lr. jlclH inula ill) wiih one of tho mitnmor lirlden nnd ho oiUertnlns In fi delHfhirul way In her prfttty llttln honrwi In which tho ncwtier w' thlniifc lis far from worn. The asHemTily wn -Haw, quiet; oenirlfusnla, 90 Itnamon. Mr. nnd Mrs" Jamest Illnn-',ftn Infonnnt one and after ill" tfrls Mr. If O. on, Mr nnd M s. Alfred SmKh nd Mrn. Do l-o De "Wolfe, Ml. Benin iuul dmlRhtoi. MIb Aurol Oltmpse, Mr. I.. Bauilns ..ml Mr. Knri Coucj. )lli Onirw flnctlliiv Siirprlwil. iMImm MfibeJ Danner, Ucle Meade, Lillian nnd ISihel atono, isnytne ah nrrlval llv tnWea wer filled for fiOO" erlcn. Mini Freda itnoiies rroed tho wircearful player and her award vn one nf the hmidiwmo llltlo fhrend cv whleh are now io mipn lr. T1ie horteese aervod lei at live o'clock ami tiny pink fnlry rondlei adorned the ttMen. Mr. Uwrtley KcKfleld naaltoii tno piTTsnuna livr stoctc. rittshurff, l'n., K1). 10.-Cnttle-lte-cclpts 140 cnrlondsj market dull. 2SW W(C 'oworj choice 7.ir,7.SO; unod CI? 0 00; fnlr 4.7r,ft4i.Tri; veal tnlves af?!).5a Sheep nnd lnmbs Itcrelpts 20 douWe decks; market stendv, prlmo wethers 4.r.04 7R; good mixed 4TT1.40; fnlr mix cd 8r,)j;8.C5; rptIiik lnmbs 4fi6.90. Itiifra IUcltH 50 rtoubledeeks; mnr ket Sc IoWr; prime heavy hogs C.W); mediums O.r.0; hoiivy yorkers GRQ; IlKht yorkorA C.S6P6.3..; Ak 5.75130 10; roiiRtiH G.M5iri.90; tns r.fPH.r.0. CHICAGO MVIM'mCIC. Clilenffo, Kel). 10. Hog ItecclpU r.S.000; market nlow, lovrer; mixed nnd butehem n.8SC.SS; j?oo,l' heavy G S0ni.!fi; rough luavy R.'JOWO; MfJU C.80(!T'fi.20; 1)lB 4.2riTS.OO. Cnttle Uecelpls 78,000; market hi wenk; beeves 4.GMTX.fiO; cowa nnd helferti 2W0.4O; mocktTa nnd feeler3 nnoffClO; Texniia 4.fi0frTfifiB; culves 5.7S8. lllieep lteeMpm 2B.O00: market If slow; lmtlvo .1.304.80; wrjlern 3.0 f 1.8ft; lnmbs, nntl., 1.1017 0.75; western I.751JCS0. (ins no Sugar lest, 4.80; muscovado, 89 tet, 4.30; refined, unscfttledt '"eut lonf 0.00; crushed G.liO; powdored B.SOJUi.OO; granulated r.76(3..gft. Coffee illlo No. 7 on the pot 14 1-4 Tallow DulirMty 0; country G 3-4 0 1-1. i( Hoy rirmr.prlmo 1.35; N'o. 3 1.02 1-20)10; clover 220.127.116.11. Dressed PQuyry -Quiet; turkoys 12 41121; chickens' ljl' 1-2W24; fowls 13 10; ductf 13SE2. Llv !pouurvalTnRtllod: geeso 12 ff13; dueks 17118; fowls 14(15; turkeys 1&SD10; rnoKers 9 1-2; spring chickens 12(12 1-2. Oncosts l'lrm; stftto milk, common in speclnltf, 14 1-2017 3-4; skims, common to srfeulftlg, 7 1-2 R 14 1-2. HuUur Steady; receipts fi,820; creamory extra, 2S28 1-2, stnto dairy tubs 23U28; liffltutlon crc-onrCry JlrsUJ "C. Krrm Firm; rexrrtpt.s 4.395; nemrby whlto fiiucy -10; iludiby mixed funny 30; fresh 11rts 354? 38. . . ..., ih.. ....! -111". ii"" ney ana iiirm uuouing cu.i- uV"",i,otc at tho Ua hour. Mies Oraco poettmg bauirciay ovening 1 ThM0 rcsenl WBro. Mlw, vjrftfred toromlndhoroif horhlrthday nnnlror-fMu ()f .r,, mdiaun; ry. Uosldes their well wlslilngs 1 tho MiMe, nHi Ilartrnni. Dorothy Hume girls prasentetl Miss OoettlnB with n ,ta ciorlmm. Dorathy Hush, KlliW nilrrtber of mbmontoea of tho occnn . -.,,.. gll3an crarbcrwn. Mary lee Concklln. ltuth Smtth. Jniiel Jjcmgbnn, Kreda jthou"ia" BfHkh )en car, T.ucretla Gftrtierson, Loulfiu Ilur noas, Esle nallentlne, Mildred V.p Tilnoott, Helen Bnlh, and Njna Thow Ion., Tho ovohlug wua spent In a social way nnd lunch was served. til ' ' ... ' t ' A Pretty Clilldrcni Pnrty. A ttrattv ohlldre.n'3 Tarty waa orlvon Saturday afternoon between the hours of two and four by Mrs. Bil ward Mooro nt lior Windsor stveet hQmd. Mrs. Mooro Invited a dozen cniin -v . ACdordln to ngurei glvon nut by Countv Treasurer Domlmug tills morn In?, the tax .nhec Ion up to liniiir.li.y night nmoun'tetl to J32C.909 -i I, or u dill average o'r r,2 days of JI..2S7.S7. rori Co hor home beUweon the hours of ihe avrnge Is fie grentes; ever col- two and four to piny games with her i., ted in tne History or ne i-oumv ifVtYk 'nnri hlinrlro. whos fourth birth- The December I 'X for l.ist vr tr Am vs nn evont of tho day. .m-unted to J338 552 Or, wit'' a d. !U' r.st imnwui i,iT3 stock. Hart lliiffalo, N. Y, Kef). 19. Cat tle Receipts 3.500 head; mnrket Ic slow; prime) steers 7.50 WS; biMchcr grades R.BOCiC.GO; cowa S.nojffi.lSO. lverf "Itecelpm 1,200 henil; mar ket aetlVe; Mill to Kihnlee OifT'lO.fiO. Sheep nnd lambs Heeelpla 21,000; mnjket'Slow; choice lnmbs 'C,i05T c.76; cull to fafr BiTiC.40; yenrlftiga B 1I5.88; fliecp ffUpi.'t. Uoga ItpCelpta l',300; market ne ll; jorknrW' C.40(!T C 50; iplgs 0.25, mixed 0.50nG.G; heavy 0.500.55 loughs C.C0i(tG.8u; stng 4.75(trB.25. pnoDncw 19 - Flour Dull NEW YOKfc New York, Feb, nnd uenhnrhged Pork Quiet; mcAi 17 25(ii 17 50. I-nrd Quiet; middle west rpot 8 80 July, open 9.10, tloSo 9.15. TOLEDO CHAIN. Toledo, a,, 'Ft. 19. AVhent Cull D8J May 1.00' 1-S; July 97 1-2; Rep. temper 911 1-1. Corn ah 00 1-4; May and July 08 3-1; Septqm1)0T C9. Oats Cash 63 3-4; May 'I 3-s; July 49 5-8; flfiptofWjer 43 1-4. Hye Cnsh 93. rioverseod Caali nnd Fejru ry 13.55; March 18.00;' No. 2, 13.10; No 3. 12.80! rejected 1S.40. Alslko Cosh 13,30; March I4 36 Timothy Cash '6.96; March 1.33. Butter, ogge and Imy Unruiariii'. CHICAGO CHAIN. Chicago, Feb, 19. Close AVhoat May up 3-S, July up 7-8. Corn iMny uri changed; July up 1-S. Ortte Mny ii)S'3-8; July up 1-4. Provisions lilghor. AVheat i.lny, Upon 1.00, eloso 1.00 3-8; July, open 94 3-4, clcx 95 5-8. Corn Mny, upon 07 3-8, oiose 07 3-8; July, open 0T, elnwe 07 1-8. Oats May, mpan 62, close 62 3-8; July, opwn 47 1-2, oloae 47 3-1. Pork -May, open 16.02, close 15.02; July, open 15 80, closo 13 87. Lard May, open 9.00, clmo 9.02; ji 'M i t t . ' ; 1 aim Ii u b'u PTi "v SSS, SZ ! V -uiv' W' 7 V c9in otfA ''II 1' U ' ' "1 A HEAL GENTLEMAN. rtlfay Wasn't Hoggish About tho Haw Oosfttcak. 'ROTJ linvo sotnu lidefstoclf, ot if course V" uUcrled u tanu who hurriedly ontcrcd n butcher's shop. "Yes. sir." "And beefsteak Is Rood to tnko tho color out of n black eye?" "Tho best thliiK lu the world, sir." "Uood: Snvu mo two pounds for niley." "Which ltlteyr' "Thu Ulley who Uvea In Jones street. I'm (joins to'blnclc both I1I1 optics. JJtfll probitbly'cnll In half nu hour. Uood eivciilng!" Twentv mliiutos Inter tho snmo mnn enmo buck with his coat lb rugs, bis collnr gone, hla uoso dntungvii nnu both eyes putted up. "Did you (I111I Ulley?" naked tho butcher. "1 did. sir, nnd ho hns kindly con sented to let mo use- the beofstunl:. Mr. Hiloy In 11 guntleinnn, ulr!"-Pblludel-phln Itecoid. Not Property Thunder. Kvcn tho grenlertt uctor-tiuinugors do not know nil thuro In to bo known about Btngeeruft. to Judge from n cinlous Btory concerning Sir lleibert Heerbotiui Tree. It tipiiiMit-K that nt the rehenrsal of n ceiiiilu piny at Ills Mtijesty'n theater n wonderful climax bad been reached, which wan in be heightened by the of fqctlvo use ot tho usual thunder nnd lightning. The iitnge carpenter was given tlio order. Tho words were spo ken, nuil Instantly ,11 uolso which re- tumbled n miccosslou of platol shots wao beard lu the wings. "What on earth aro you doing, man?" ohouted Sir Herbert, rushing behind tho scenes. "Do you call that thunder? It's not n bit like It." "Awfully sorry, fdr," responded the carpenter, "but tho fact is, sir. 1 couldn't "bear you because of the storm. That was real thunder, olrl" London, Times. Her Natural Hlctory. Hho was 11 poor llttlu city girl who bad spent all hor life in n boarding house where they have chicken every Sunday, nnd it nlwnyu fell to her lot to got 11 drumstick. All the live long years of her long llttlo life alio bad been hnv ing drumsticks, bo that was na far as her knowledgo of tho nnatomy of a fowl extended. Last week she was taken to the coun try for tho llrst time nnd saw some real, live chickens. Hut sho was haunt ed by tho memory of myriads of drum, sticks. Sho couldn't understand. .Turn ing to iler father, she exclaimed: "Papa. I didn't know chickens .only bad two legs!"-Philadolphhi Public ledger. ICDDIM OTVI CCX 2 PRICES ONLYl V WE ARE READY TO TAKE YOUR ORDER. Y V BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS TO SELECT FROM. V 4 - . .. mm m rm h ffi f TfATTTIi Tl fF A 4dTTTiT7t 4J)v 'UUT AINU lnixuxi iu xuujnjiuAouxii, i. f i f f f t: m The UpTo-Date Tailoring Co. Mover Le3s Open Evenings Nefpr (Wore A 112 W. Center St. I charge of Louis' fjjcblor. J4$ $20 Nearly two-thirds of the beiins grown in tho United Htnte.i each yelr come fiohi farms In Michigan, New Yoik and Cnllfornln. THOSE WHO DKSTHOY EVIOMNCK. Now York, Fob. 19. Feilurul prosedi tlon of nil poraniiA concerned In the destruction ef ovldenco tho United Btntes ilteol corpomllon, lu ceinnuction with lln- dlssidutlon suit begun by the government was unilerlaken tmlny. A iloxen witness -vere ernmlued by the federal grand Jury They were bie llcved to have kiiowlelge of tli burn ing nt Woreesd'i', Massachusetts, last October, of much documentary evl- elcnco ngnlnst tho now dofunct horso sboo pool. This uvidenco wh9p tho members of tho" pool ploadud noilo con tondero and were ilnoo!, wns surrender ed to Charles MacVengh, gencrnl so licitor for tho American Steel & WIro tciup"iiy, who gavo written nssurnnco ti, rnlmn It to thu government on de mand. Later It was stated that this ovldenco had boon . destroyed nnd tho government secured nn Injunction re siinlnlng nil persona connected with the slol trust frdm destroying nny nioro books or papers'. I It was believed today, nmimbnr ot Indictments of the men aliened to have, been concerned 111 tho destruction of evidence wll be returnel till- week. tKwwiii m 1 ii. hKomnsissnvismmss'iznBSsi J PI DI F ANOS AND AMONDS P P f R 1 HALF OP COMAH AM) HOW. Hadf of a turn-over collar and half of tho bow to match ure glvon todny. Tho edgo Ih first padded and then cloaely buttonholed. Tho Innor scallop is also buttonholed and itho loaves aro worked solid. Tho stems aro dona In the outline stitch. Tile collnr mutt bo dupllcntod to muko the ontlro article. Whon tho bow Is Jln Ihd. It hold bo drawn teigether In tho centor with a piece of linen to cover tho stitches. Tho collar Is sewed Into a band. Colored or Trtoruerlztd cotton 'No. 25 may bo usd. "The hoatftsa d uni'.'ii hor honie prettily wlUi liny henits In 4jsor vancu of the Valentine suason and vases ot pink carnations Among tlio diversions of tho nfU'iuoon was 11 candlo contest, it unique game which Master Dwlght Ill'.'lreth excelled. Clit ford BnTiihnrt won t'v se-vnnd awurd. A lunCli of dilnty viands wis serv ed. Tho IiosIchh wag nssWi-d by Mrs. Thomas Mooro. and Mrs. John Price Tho intorested liulo folks: Mlaxo Edith Uansjey, irglnla rile. CMver Mao KUnglu. Evelyn H11W1 Mooro. Hfn.lnM TADivnt rV.,Bf.t TIFtMnM.1 lln.. .IHI.IVIH tfwqill V.llfJlVi. ...ll.i.U AIBII-. -i " noy, Phjllp Bounlln. CIIITord Harnhart, ' v'l-H-M-I-r-t-l'l-l-i-MH-K-lH-H-l-H'r ir..... .... .M -r.l.,1,.. ....tl Tl....,.l 'i'"J miMCl, i-iuili itlliilji l.viijjll 0m m w at mm m Hlldroth. Hormon Itiriil. Clwrles f mVIVfn HVT'SVVC avwruge of $4,078.94. For the colla tion of tho t()lal amount lust yvar tho Itoolis woro oipon S3 da. Tho following amnuiita wora col lected from tho different on'iVs in tha county: iCJampball banli nt L-nltuo, JS.flof.l'i, Ttorinurs Uank of Colodonlu, It.'Ot'O.OO Uiltuo Bank, J7.34fi.70; CuledonUt De posit bank, S0,111).7I; Wiuldj l-.inn-er'a l.'anlt, J4,firi:i.90; Morrul nniik, tl 407.30: Oreon CuiiH) Dank, S."'.I83.47: Prwapect Cltlzoiw bank. J2.N0.171, PpriMie-ot bank JG.212.10. Totn'. J43,-122.10. Ofopre, Jarnets Hurley and 3 lay den Schrock. Thd Epworth Le'.igue of the Ep worth MethodlKt church announces a literary soolnl for noxt Tuesday oven ing. February 20, In the social room of the church. Tea Serwil nt Einns Homo. it.... T..tnfi.1..T .1..T..T t..T..Tii?..riiT.lTi.T..,ntMT..ti.fL.f.it..T. Ttcceptloii of .:enbcrs. At tho Hunduv morning service of the United Hrothn n , hurch, the ro. ft'ptlnn of members vau held A upeelnl bnptlamul eerlie woi r id by ltev. Miles, and (he rey'lor rltuulbille ir,-i PERSONALS 4 oibdwxwa Mears. William Fabian, Henry Ituf-' ferty, Willi em Aterten, Jose .1)1 Traw ler, William Mahnffcy and Hobert MMler Kpent Sundny in Columbus whore thev attoudeil the Inflation Ulvan by the Knights of St John. Miss Jennlo Strnttoii of Nelsonvlllo Is the guoHt of Miss Jossle Kerr of North Statu street. lllbs Mny, open 8.50, flloso 8.57; July, open 8,65, clooo 8.02. Wheat . . Corn ' ' Oata .93 .05 .60 POLITICS HOT IN KENTUCKY. Louisville. Ki'., Fob. 19. Hecontly ft movemont was stnrtefl by powerful Democratic politicians or Kentucky In fuvor of Woodrow Wilson's nomlnii tlon for tilt) invsldenoy. TUIb has ' Larceny. After n clrl has gone to tho X & troublo of making n fool of 0 $ man Ills friends wilt rob her ot 4 tho glory by snying ho made u 5 fool of klmseir.-Llppineott's y Mngazlue. ? Dangerous Practice Early Season Ticket Holder-No, 1 don't llko tho windows open beennso I don't llko drafts. When you're young It's nil right, but when you're past llfly you've got to bo careful; you can't do things with Impunity llko you can wneu you're young. That's how I catch most ot my colds-dolug things with Ituuu-nlty.-Puuch. Changed Circumstances. "I enn remember when you had to work eight bouts 11 day," said tho old time friend. "Yes," replied Mr. Duotlu Stnx. "Things nre different. Now I have to worry slxtecu hours u day." Wash Ingtou Star. 10 1!) 13 Win a Gift 20 id 15 1!) Solve This Puzzle Our Greatest Offer Another of tho handsome loan, a 1 services of tho church in tho uocep- tho Evaiw hsmo Saturday afternoon, tyas recorded In t)w teeaon's social book, ami a prettier om couldn't havo been planued. Mrs. Mury J. Evans. Mra. John ICv. nns, Mrs1. Danlol Evans and Mlw Ev ans wero the 'hoatevses aiKl about 00 IpiAloo lookud In nt 6 o'olck: and ound Uiolr places at Uua iproti'lly v rvointod tablet), y The icolor tioto of TOd again pre uiled,' American beauty ami Kllamey should feel for It, having been arranged in quantities tnnoe of membors was used for the reception of tho following mombors: Mr. and Mrs. C. AV, ICyax, Homer Kyex nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. VIptor Heck w. Thera waa a very good atten dance of thu manVbars, ' and Hev. Milos praachsel an extremely lutret In sermon' on tlio autoject of "Clod'n Temple." Itnv. Mllea baaed his ser mon on tho olinrch, nnd the reverence nnd lov which all cliurnh-meiniinrs t r f ft sV U D. A. TERRY :, . , , . J We have on sale tliio week ntty caces 01 iiign grade Sugar Corn. Tho regular price 15c per sail. This week, one dollar per dozen or 10c per can. Will Hold llov Social. The Iultssy Aid society of (he Lee street Presbyterian C'TVurniJi will hol a box social at their church Weidncs- day evening after proyor-meei'lr. Lelnnil Oevoront Nelsonvlllo Is hUiiib to tho quick tho Courlur-Journal, i,f which Henry wiiilerson is euuor 1 11 today's Issue, that pnpor says edl toi tally: "The group of would bo lendors who arc orguiilKlng In Kentucky 'in font upon tho Deinocratlo party tho only possible nomhieii wlio stands it show of bolhg In a ton, aro reckoning wiin out their bust. "Tho obvious aim of somo of them If. rather to humllliuo nnd degrade Mr. Wiittmsm for telling tho truth than to xploit Oovorn6r Wilson for denying It. They ought to establish n miillgnanoy trust niul tako out a Now Jsrwy charter." Hponillng u fe-w days with .Marlon friends. ' Mrs. Cuorgj Drown hns roturnod from flulena, Ohio, whoro sho spout n fow days with her mother, Mrs. T. ('srhurt who has boon ill for some llir.. Mrs. Carlmrt is 96 years of fige. ' 'Mrs. E. 13. Powors nnd Miss Anna Merciless roiurnod yostnrday from n week's biislners visit nt Now York. Qeorgo Frank returned from Nenv York yeatordny wOioro lie mudo n week's IiukIiihsh visit. iMtasoa Corn and Trfiura "WUrrlngton of the Warrington Mllllnory shop, wont In Cleveniid whero thoy will spond ton days attending tho milliner openings. .MliW Winifred English bus returned from a business trip to Ne.iv York. Mr. nnd Men. Frank Lawler n;,cnt The Canny Scot. ., fetffe&sN- Hla Economy. Tbo children In tho Blank family woro taught habits of neatness at tbo raw rtw viimiva.Ar7ffe . JVCit W'Wwiv,fl V'',wm' WiWwwf Each one of the numbers in the above puzzle stands for a letter. This interesting puzzle Ccin be solved with a little study, as follows: There are 26 letters in the alphabet and each one represents a figure, as A is number 1, B is number 2, C is num- I ber 3, etc., etc. The Puzzle to place letters up and dovn and right and left ,and toll us what they spell. Any one sending us a solution will receive their choice of one of the following: JEWELED SCARF PIN, EMBOSSED HAT PIN or BOX OF CANDY, Each one will also receive an advertising proposi tion on pianos showing how money may be saved by our Club Plan and giving each one the opportunity to secure free one of tho following Club Premiums: ttsf aia,. - fc , J - m -7V Upper Hnndusky. Mr, W. C. Johntaon, of Ar'-mbuln, It rpeniUn? a tew k'lays In this city with J. 'Fred FuJular, of W.1 Curloy aveiwie. I'rauew Wlllaiil Union. The Franoos WHlijril W. C. T. union udll moet 'uasdjiy afternoon at the Infirmary director. room In tho court house for a Togmlnr sosslon. A spoolal program, commomarntlvo of tlie illvoa of Lincoln and Washing ton, will bo rendered. A full nttoud jiko i desircdy as Important business Ia to bo tranieted. CHICHESTER S PILLS J D. A. TERRY V TJv n rKA H w ,111. mill .!. rillliu imnitir ri;:iii r - . fsnnday nt the Mlehaol Dunn homo In tab, b bl;l"B compelled to pay a flno or i cent tor every spot moy put uu tho tablecloth. One day Harold, n boy of seven years, was discovered rubbing tho overhanging part of the cloth between his fingers, nnd, when token to ta3S for It, bo paid: "Why, Mummy, I was Just trying to rub two spots Into one!" Woman's Homo Companion. BRIEF MENTION 4: jt , A son wns born to Mr nnd Mrn Holmes Hyen?, of Fnlrgrountl stroot, Sunday. PEHS "Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Johnson, of ZanosVllle, woro vlMtlng CMr. and Mra, Fred Fatztqr wr Sunday. Mnrrlago liconsos hnie boom Itwueil to Envmot itoner ami iMIsa Emma ir'hllllpl, both of netir Wbldn, nnd Charles D, M'oMoimeman and CJnr trude A. Hniltli, Im-'Uv of Marlon. Flour, when compressed, will keep for an almost Indefiniro llmo. Hi iiiik Is decreased by the process ono-thlnJ I,dlr AiUTMiilt-fl.tfM nir.l. uJ fi, traleJ llh .H' JjilJ'oit. Tula a... nlhl.'. IlnV VtT TlltlF HniritM. r4Hi.ertr'ei-'rr.n? HIAHOM IIICANi l.l..l" . Z , tkiKiiiMiia jJWr.AinR''i Kalers 9re the nei arcams and SOtBBYBWfifiJjISfViiRVttHtKf IfM-Meet your frlen-Ia l 6-tt Children Not All Alike. Children should not bo harshly treat ed because they aro different In some respects to otbeis. Tbo difference In ,tho cate pf your own boy may mark him out for a genius later on. Tamed at the Start. Statistics show that in nearly all cases the college girl, when sho mar rles, stays marrlod. Probably sho Ills Lordship So you backed Bonnie Lassie at twenty to oue, us I told you to, eh? Andrew A'm verrn pleased to say Ah did. your lordship. Ills Lordship 1 suppose you'll plunge thu uext time I give you n tip? Andrew A'm no nao sure, my lord, Bheouly you by a short heedl-Puueh. i i iir -. I I Ik' ; I I I t I " - i i i i i t HI M g5ii,v'JJiJ31TS:5? His Finish? "Tho professor is In tho laboratory conducting some chemical experiments. The profesfjor expects to go down to posterity." (From ho Inborntoryi Hrrr! Hung! Tlio Visitor I hopu (ho pfofeinsor basil't goue.-narlcin Life, Satisfied. "There's no rest for the wicked." "Well, they don't want any. They'd rather keep ut lt."-l.lff. Tho vnluo of the total mlnoral out. Btarts out by giving hor husbnnd a 'nut of Alaska, in 1911 Is estimated at vivid description of the hazing stunts 120.370.000, compared with $10,833,078 In she nas participated in. Cleveland, 1910. I,oad-)jr, Meet tho rest ct the crowd at Ka. hrx G-ood used Piano, Genuine Cluster Diamond Ring, Genuine Single Diamond Ring, Genuine Diamond Scarf Pin, Genuine Gold Diamond Cuff Buttons, Genuine Diamond Set Gold Locket, Gent's Gold Watch, till ji'nr enhc. Lady's Gold Watch. 1!0 j car caw). Any Club Orders wo issue are not redeemable in cash by us or anyone else, and aro only good towards the purchase price of our new pianos. All replies must be brought or mailed to us by Saturday, Feb. 24, 1912. A. B. 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