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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1912. mmm , -, I IS I I if in i.V Children Cry Tln nSSSy8 &9?& ., ,. ,V1.- ou, juurs, i uiiu ims fflrtfr' Bonnl All Counterfeits, Imitations 12xi)orlincntH tlmfc frlfli, m, What is CASTORIA Cnslorla is tv harmless snlistltuto for Castor OIL Pnro gorl& Uroiri and UiMithltiK Syrups. It Is plcasrtnt. It contains neither Opium, Morplilna nor other Narcotlo Huhstance. Its ufro Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays FevcrlKhncss. Tor more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for tho relief of Constipation, flatulency, Wind Colic, all Xcotliln? Troubles and Ularrliaea. It regalities tho Stoiimch and Bowels, &sssssr sussss&ssmsssx BUic"' GENUINE CASTORIA . ALWAYS Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Fop Over 30 Years THt CINTAUH COMPANY, TT MUnnY CTnriT. NCW VOBK CITY. Direct rcWcldu-o ARiilikt Packers. Chicago, March 5. A sensation was sprung by United States District At torney Wlikorson In tho trial or tho packers when ho produced letters sent througih tho malls to tho dressed beef department of tho National Packing BaEarsii:-ijas3s3aKeB m Cheap Plumbing t. i-t nccr a good ln eminent. rriib kind of plumbing work mm mippiich j on -fii'tni)qrur m dip kind tlmlMumltfltlioteht of tlmp nml wenr. Let u.s fig-! uru jour Job. ' HMrcth & Pace Phono i:. Church KS3?e23t55d'?K" P PRODUCE FORTUNES IUZE3, for ' pkttnt ,, Patents iccund New lists of InvcnttuuA needed nml possible Tiirouim ui nnv. ,i mi uifiifitif ithnnM buvcra. Inventors fall.' jjinui u invunwra.' "vvny nomo I .1111 " llnAb ., hnlnnd Ulttiil Uqak on patents, Sctij un t-niltttl ubMph rtl tni.l. I Aii hmivhIi i I'fllinl nfltMM.HHLiln.1 ....-..- ..... l.ltl... U. ...!. I urcnU In HO rltlea uml towim. Mr. Onilfy while yiciiDKuor ntsxionirui I'aii'nMiiwi ruiicimrtrooi ctlou . 8. Pi I! at' x OHlo. OUKIll.liV Ai MoINTIU hZ riui;, 'nUmt Aiuirn 'ViiMitnutou " , , ,n ,-, ll-naiHIMiiuj I ' Hero hi your ehanee to rt i Suit or Overcoat At null cost. For ten 4ayi we will Mil a line ot Fancy All Wool alts and OverconU to bo made to yomr mcaiure at Tery low price. Bee ear Una at 914.69. lee oar llae at 81M. Oee oar Hue at f lt.Ot Bee oar lute at l.e. i , A ioo4 it Bmaraatee (U; , BISHOP'S DYE HOUSE HI W. OfOfM. ftfff tvfl-f Colonist Tickets ! to I California I Washington Oregon ! apd other western states"! At Very Low Rates via i HOCKING VALLEY , March 1 to April 15. Inquire of Agents Hock x ing Valley Ry. for in-1 formation, i Sttf for Fletcher Bonglit, and which hns horn was uornouio signature of uccn nmuo under his per- supervision elnco Its Infancy. and " Just-us-good nro but ,,,..1 ..,i iJi. " ,7.. Signature ccminny from braneli Jiouso innn ngers of Armour & Company bIvIiib tlM murgln of profits secured by that cumiuny In several eastern cities. Tho letters vioro written on tho Armour company stationery and signed by b.-,xnch houso manogers in N -w York, Poston end Philadelphia. Tho lettors ncro 'Idontlllod by Clmrlos a. Harry, ni i-K'.it ncoountant, emplojod by tho Naltcnil company. Ho declared Hiat iiiui'. cC hw computations wcro based upon lgtri taken from theso lotors. This o laenco is regarded 'by tho Roverr-mcm as tho niost direct proof ft a orKint; ugrcement between tho dfvrint r'ickcTS that it has yet Men able to -produce. AVIIkorsoit tlcclarod that tho fcoMrnmonl'H case Is com lfiotdd, barring tho gathering i of the odds and ends, and that tho prose cutlon will rest Its case next Friday, Tour neighbor la using Cldror Lpaf flour with great success. , tu-th-sat-tf SiiirmgctlvH Itnld .raillanieiit. London, March D. Tho Hurfragettofl started a concerted raid on parliament yesterday afternoon. Hundreds of uomoii pledged to tho cause, soared down on tho parliament buildings and trioJi to foroo tholr way In. Tho jo lice, warned of the raid, iworo lined Up at tho outrances and pushed tho wo inon linck. Pursuing tliolr regular plan of campaign, tho women tried .igalu and again without success to foreu tho cordon. Tholr oITorlH woro In vain and as fast as they becamo bolstorous Jhoy were arrestoil, JJIgihty uirestH had boon made up to a o'clock, and tho women wero still kcenliu: 'busy. '.Mounted polico wero llnully called to aid tho regular guards. Hc foro tlu demonstration was over tho polico hud arrested 2fi0 (women. StilkM at Xew Coiisplincy. Washington, March C W wallop at tho alleged conspiracy of transporta tion companies to control both rail nnd water transportation was taken by rtepresentatlvo Martin, ItopubMcan, South Dakota, In a bill Introduced In tho house to prevent such, amalgama tions. Criticises J. V. CoininlsMoii. AVashlngton, MarcJi C F. 13. II. Pcavey & Company, tho Omaha Ele vator company, and other Missouri river grain dealers complained to tho sujiromo court that tho Interstate com morco commission Is Ignoring Its own recent ruling declaring "raln elova tor" charges nro not robatea. Rehear ing was asked of tho ''grain elevator" case. i Fifty Americans. Washington, Mnrcli 5. Fears woro expressed ly officials hero that about DO Amorlcans In Asirco, MexIco, In cluding Eugeno C. Plalock, have mcl death at tho hands of '.Mexican .revo lutionists. Tho party haanot lieen heard from alnco February" 20, .when tho 'telegraph wires wero cut. It was known then they woro making a dea ptsrato Oorenso against the "bandfls. Mexlrnn fedorai troops nro being rushed to tho aid. Stepliciibon'ri SNU Puix'luibCd, Washington, March 5. In caustic criticism, Senator Konyon asserted to tho sonato that Senator StephonHon of Wisconsin ehouid bo expelled from tho senrfto. "Tho election wau tho re suit of un organized riot of corruption, n debauchery of tho electorate," ho declared. "Every inun In this body ki.owa that Senator tituiihomiQn'a elec tion was brought about 'by the rock less, extravagant nnd iwrongful uso of muney. You may gloss It over, smllo about It, condono It, but tho fact still exists tho seat was purchased." In Slam there uro three kinds of grapefruits, nil seedless, Ono kind has rod meat. Two kinds are sweet und ono is sour. Notlco of Appointment. Kstato of Jacob Clnblor, ileceaned, Tlio uudorslgnoil has boon appoint ed nnd nunllllod ,ia oxocutrlx of tl)u cstnto of Jaoob Oablor, Into of Marlon county, doocused. Dated at Marion, Ohio, this SCtuH day of February, A P. iui'2 flttrsili iD K'reefltbaum. 3-S'3t-tu Marlon, Ohio, zS& G. A KIWI HIJtfOSTEl That is What the Jury's Verdiqt Says Upholds Mother's Predilections. St. Ivouls, M'o., March 4. A. J White, tho ox-convict claiming to bo Cleorgo J. Klmr)iol, mlestng banker of Arkansas Cfty, Kansns, and Nlled. Michigan. Is an Impostor, according to tho decision reached by a Jury in tiho federal district court hero today lit reporting to Judgo Amldon, tho Jurors declared thoy had doc-Oed I'm cktlmant was not Khnmnl, lint had not yet reached a decision as to .whether Klmmel wtm dead when the stilt under consideration wn -llod in 1004. Tho Jurors did not say whether thoro wih uy aUfstlon jih to whether they believed Klmmel dead or nllve at tho present lima. Tho testimony ot Mrs. IMollo Klm mel that "mother lovo tolls nn tWg m!in is not my son," Is thus upheld by tho Jury, and tho claims of 'the ex convjet discredited. T.liu Jury iilgo has Indicnted that tho fnntosUc story of Joihn D. Swlnnoy, who -tostliled that he witnessed tho murder of Klmmel In tho Oregon woods In 1898 Is not believed. It was reported the Jury frtands eleven to one, or ton to two for a yerdlct for tho pUi'lntllKs seeking to recqvqr on Klmincrn denth. Tho Jury again retiring oftcr receiving addi tional Instructions from Judgo Ami- don as to the evidence that nhould b considered, Tho iplalntlfT failed ,to wait until seven yoars had elapsed 1c foro bringing suit, and tho taw which holds (X man leaglly dead can not be considered by the Jurors. They must thereforo decido Klmmel "physlcnlly" dead iprlor to 1904. Ueforo Kentucky I'elslaturc. rrankfoijt; Ky Mdrcn 4. Speaker Champ Clark will 'speak beforo a Joint session ot J ho Kentucky legisla ture at i o'clock next Saturday after noon. Ho is tho third Democratic presidential posfflWllty to ocer.pt tho Invitation ot tho legislature, Governor Wilson and Govornor Harmon having spoken earlier In tmo soIon. TJio house this aftonvoon passed the Horrlnarton nntl-lobbvist bill, it provides that all persons who oomo to Frankfort during ii legislative ses sion must register with the secrotery of state and state what firm. Interest or bill they represent, and artor tho adjournment of the legislature, mus,t lllo 311 JtemlZful vm.lion nnMiinl ' i rjivd lit I'limiu-Ier. London, March 4. An unkonwn man attempted to assassinate Leopold Do ItothBchlld 'hero this arternoon. A Hhot was llred nt tho financier but Oio bullet wont wide nml Htruck a dotec- tlvc, badly wounding him. Tin would be nisasaln ,na arrcstod. Tho primmer refused to give his name or to tell why he had ntteimp tod to kill tho banker. Ho had ovl dently lain In wait for Do Uotilissihild, firing t him an ho stepped out of tho wuiiuing in which his offices nro o catcd. To Llrt tic Dim. Cincinnati, Mii-.oh 4. .Membprs of tho MethodlK JUnlsters' nseoalatlpn meeting today, .fhunchod a movomont that they Intend to make natlonwldo In nn olTort to huvo the church lift tJio prohibition standing nguinst at tending Uientors This was doclded upon after Itov. William E. Martin mull a ipaper on "Tho A'ttltudo of tho Church and Stage," In which ho said good plays woro the same an good Bormons. Martin's address Is to bo printed and Kcjnt to m cm born of tho amuse ment cq.mmlttoo of tho Methodist ohurcih. Mi'CIencKlmii Scntenci'il. LancnsUi O., March 4. W. S. Mc Clencghan, pergonal tax collector un der former County Treasurer ThnmuH Bnrr, iilmded guilty to dmbe7.2ng J2,78ri.45'lU6fore Judgo C. '13. Peoples today and was '.sentenced to threo years In tho Ohio penitentiary. Just beforo ho was sentenced, Mc Oleneghnn paldi ljnck tho entire amohnt into tho county treasury. Ills motion to have hentenco set asldo was ovorrulcd by Judgo Peoples. YOUNG ACTRESS TO WED VINCEN'l ASTOR? "WE'RE JUST GOOD FRIENDS," SHE PARRIES " iNA CLAIRE. Miss Ina Claire, the young musical new nloy. "Tho Quaker Qlrl." In Now rmjr deny tho gossip from Boston and Newpott souioty that sho Is engaged to William Vincent Astor, son o John Jacob Aster und afresh- man ut Harvard, XXXJXXKHfXWWM Pt'T IlOWH'tJ'S'KlUT Ul'O.V JNKV .SVLUUK. $ M X H V i' S ," y yt li 'Muncle, Ind.. MM roll i! Whin Ollvo K. Newton, rtral nmll carrier and former man-g'-w'aretnnh ap lu a ,it tho local army recruiting station to enlist In tho army's sorvJcc, he pjgcd all cxnmlnatlona until Sorgt. Jatncs Fin ney, In charge of Jhe station, observed upon .tho npplIduiJt's, arms tlir tattooed llguro of a- 8.il6Thvfn mat lire's garb. "You will liavo to get some clothes for that woman before wm tan en list. Tho irniy won't rtnnl for tat- tooetl nildo figures," sold the. fi r- geant. So Nowton nvont to a tnt.ioo nrllst and hiul a ilueoiluto waist nnd a hob. ble eklrt draped oWr" tho llgure Xow tile In dv (lore n&t look like the trie. tnred Salomo nndtTlJpvvton ha a Kiro nrm, but If ho reTcjorfl from the op eration ho Will lift ."a) lowed to Join Uncle .Sum's nnjnyjf . IiiveMlgntTilfe Tuft. AVnshlngtdifi Mttfcli"' R Humors of federal ptttronag&vswiuablrtps In tho south, and reported' nctlvitv of gov ernment offlolats In corralling dole gntcjs to tho Itopubllcan nation. il con vent on brought forMi a demand from Senator IJrlgtow, nf Knnsns, jor nn in vestigation by tho sonntp post office cominltteo. Tho Knnsna Progressive Introduced a resolution nuking the committee to Inquire und report ut once "whethor postofflceo Inspector! are being sent through thp country as special umlssarlcsto. Influence post masters to aid In the election of dele gates for or ngalnst nny candidate for 'he presldpncy," and "whptlier post masters with good official records" aro being threatened with removal or discipline If thoy give or fall to glvo their support for "certain delegates to tho rtcpublJcan convention." The resolution nlgo oulcrs the com mittee to learn whether tlm North Carolina nominations for postmasters wero withdrawn "for the purpose of Influencing tho action of certain poli ticians In tho plactioir of delegates to the convention Tfr "1012." Brlstow rend it loiter from George 1!. Lewis, postmaster nt nessenior, Alabama, to a, ijosipfflce inspector, molesting ngnlnut anl Investigation of his conduct l.ocnusS. So llnd voted for Itoosovelt in a convention. Tito Inspector closer: his eyes, tho letter said, to iietlvjty In behalf of Tnft, but was energetic when Roose velt was favored. v Y Details were given of tho activity of T. If. Aldrlrh. postmaster ut Birm ingham, In bohn,lf orTnft. He de clared that Aldrieh lind' written num erous letters to, poatninstors Jn Ah bnmn, striving to lino tliom up for Taft against Itoosovelt,. -s Tho resplutlon was roforrci to the contingent oxpeiihcs committee. Clover Leaf flour will make a little better bread nnd a littlo more of it. Drunk Cnrhollo Ali.' Owenilboro, K , March 4. .After "imiing ins office by Mrs .Holmes. It Is f oared tho shock of Dr. Holmea death will result faUilIy to his father. Colonol J. M. Holmes, who is critically III. A ItlUT Pilot. Louisville, K., March 4. (Whllo hoarding tiho steamer Transit today, Captain Dan II. Varble, a river pilot for 33 yoars, staggered Into tho river nnd died a moment later In tho arms of Engineer Ehrlnner, wh'o caught him. Captain Varble hadi (boon sub ject to heart attacks ever slneo ho saw his son, Lyman Vaible, killed In a tnwboat explosion threo years ago. Knlurs serve tho Best creams and lew Mnfll viiur frlnds there B-tf Tho United States uses up 320,000.000 load pencils e.'ery year. , comedy actress ntntrlng In tho York, lms mm ... i!W ,V."! WHO goodbvo OVnr !,hn .. . .. . ...,. nnico -thin morning. Ilo was found lU,clr nillkB' nm1 ",' " ,n"la,,co rao,lOHl; dying by pcraoim despa'tehod to t lie c(! nny ono' 8 U, rimulM rt'"llnfc,, r" . M HP D WAWTPn CtTHATiriMWAMTPn I """w Jiifnuvii wllNllu m L I People's j H I K I Column j E I t J I aaaBi aMiBBsBafaBBMMiBH BSBaaBHaSBBHaiBaai mhmmm H B LOST or STRAYED I FOUND or STOLEN 1 WAN'T191 A licensed engineer for either day or night 'work. Call at Quarry office. Tho Ohio & West ern Llmo Co. 3-S-3t WiANfTED Every Wednesday and Saturday at tho Morion city market, BOO persona toliuy hoof fi to 12e lb.; pork C to 13c lli onions $1 bu cider vlnogor and nweet elder lfie gal., lard lie lb., llvo nnd dresnd jwultry and fresh rountry butter and eggs. Phono In your order. 3-5-4t WANTED Salesmnn; man to repre sent us In Mnrlon county rolling groceries, extracts, teas and coffee direct to tho consumer; commission basis; good chanco for llvo man. C. H. Derry, 1C2 W. Nughteii St , Co lumbus, O. 3-&-3t WANTED Men to prepare for posi tions now waiting at top wage. Learn tho barber trade. Few weoks nualines. .o dull seasons, no strikes. Cash every Saturday night. wn army of graduates de pending Upon us for help. Apply by mall. Molor IJnrbcr Colletce Cincinnati, Onlo. 3-2-Ctp Glasses Fitted. 8. LUNGER, 5L D., fits glasses, ro moves adenoids, treats tho diseases of the eye, ear, noso and throat. Offlco 202 S. Main St., opposlto Ma son's temple. Phono 85. 6-24-tf Forale. ;, FOU SALE W caius.ll a 5-room house on Senate .St. for $813, one ," moid house on W. Center St. be tween It. It. at $703, and a good 3 room house close to Derringer gro cery on Waterloo f. nt $88C. For bargains try Ualn Pros. 3-3-3tp FOR SALE Good, gentlo general pi)r. poso maro; niso-n good two-year-old colt. Inquire 1C4 Jofforson St Xo DfMinU'r. Lawrence Mass., March 5. There' was no disorder of nny kind todny in tho mill districts. Despite tho pros ecco of tho ontlro force of city polico ur.d soldiers in the vicinity of 'tho mills, about 5,000 ploaots were on duty ' i,nuctt.n Tho mill .owners' said thoy gained r.ubstuntlnlly In workers today nnd tho strlko lenders admitted tlHs was so lut Insisted 12,000 workers wcro still out. It was nnnaunccd today that Colonel I Loroy SweoUor, commanding tho militia slnco tlm opening of tho strlko had been relloved ot his coinmnnd. No reason was assigned. Ills pucea por was Cplonol Franklin H. Joy. of tho first' corps of endtts. Premier AM.s for Minimum. London, MfiVch fi. Premier Asqulth Informed tho houso of commons that the government was unnnlmously in favor of providing a minimum senlo for tho coal miners. Tho premlor be lieved, howover, that It would lto hot ter for tho operators and miners to ngrco to a scalo than for ono to be established by legislation. Tho government's nttltudo was brought to light through an Interpel lation by Bonnr Law, the Tory load er. Ho said ho wns still hopoful that thoso directly Interested, would he nblo to ngroe, but denied emphatic ally that ho had over stated that tho establishment of a minimum wago for miners would bo tho first stop toward applying that prlnclplo to n'l Indus tries. Quito a nilry Story. Now York, March 5. Like thp fairy herolno from whoso lips well Jowols, Miss Hossle Swift of Cincinnati today Ii 'tho poesossor of threo beautiful 1 earls. Sho wos returning from Ber muda with her parents on tho steamer Oceana whan sho wws seized with a .'t of coughing at dinner tnblo. Tho ship's doctor shipped her on tho back, and suddenly from hor lips fell n penrl, which had been relensod from an oystor. lodged In hor throat. In vestigation of tho oyster revealed throe mora pearl and sho presonted ono of them to tho doctor. Miss Swift Is an artist and musician. To Open 1'rlnl or Sugar Hend. New York, March C The Inside his tory of how tho American Sugnr Re fining company tho sugar trust got possession ot tho Hip refineries of th" Pennsylvania Sugnr Refining com pany, tho only corporation that evei seriously threatened tho monopolistic control of the Now Jersey corpora tion, will bo rovoaled m court. Judgo JInnd nnnouneed that ho will todn open tho trial of Washington n Thomas, former president; John V Parsons, former chief counsel: Arth r Donnrr, John Mayer, aeorgo H Frai ler, director, nnd Thomas B. Hirn nrd. counsel for Adolphfiegal, hi illcted on Juno al. 1909 for conspiracy in restraint of trade. i 3-2- FOU SALE Eggs for hatching, lloso Comb Hhodo Island Whites, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 per IS. Same as soma breeders nsk $2.00, $3.00 and $10.00 per 15. Order early as I was hundreds of eggs short of or ders Inst year. H. 1). Keeler, 401 Summit St. Phones n-387 nnd L 388. 3'2-wod.sat-2mo FOU SA'LE C-room house on Chest nut St., 4th house oft Leader, norih sldo. Will sell at a bargain. Call phono 72 L 1 Caledonia exchange. 3-3-3tl FOlt SALIC -Player Pltino, good rea son for selling. $23 worth ot mUBlc fully guaranteed. Will sell for les than cost. Call at 335 W. Church St., Saturday March 2. 2-2s-Ct pd. IFOR SALE The concrete blocks that have material In them to mako them ring like stool. J. L. Prlci Co., telephone 284. 10-tf FOR SALE Grocery stock of a country store with a good huckster business. Good reason for selling. Address W. Ii. caro Mirror. 2-29-Ctoodp FOR SALE Good bargains In Ash tabula county farms; also Marlon property for sale or rent. Sco E. J. Cox, Ronl Estato Agent, over Turner's grocery Phone R-470. FOR SALE Best gunrantced roofing In Murlon county. Inquire of J. L. Price Co. Tel. 284. 10-tf FOR SALE Concrete fence posts; guaranteed; the kind you can staple to; no wood. J. L. Price Co., tele phone 284. 10-tf FOR SALE iJeat grades Portland cement; quality and price guarun teed; also White Rock planter, tho Kind that Htlcks to the wall und does ndt crack. J. L. Price Co., , Telephone 284. 10-tf FOR SALE Sower plpo, drain tllo and all kinds of building material; prices right; let us figure your mar terlal for you; can tell you tho proper amounts you will need; In cidentally wo have tho boat grades of coal. J. L. Price Co., telephone 284. 10-tf FOR SALE White plno lnth; fine ones. Inquire before purchasing. Yours truly, J. I,. Price Co.; use cedar posts. Telephone 2S4. lOtf G.000 PEOPLE Wanted in Marion to use Sure Bitot Remedy for neu ralgia nnd rheumatic trouble Lab oratory, 31C north State. iFor snle by all druggists. Sure Shot Remedy Co. 2-12-tf Miscellaneous. LADY OR GIRL wanted In each town, good pay spare tlmo; copy names for ndvortlHeni; cash weakly; stamp for particulars. Amorean Adv. .Bureau, Depfc. F, Lelghtona Corners, ? . 3-4-litfi LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN Two- year-old shopard doy, light, vhlto breast, black on hack and tnl'; answers to name of Teddy. Notify country lionrd 4201, Reward. 3-4-31 AGENTS mako from $5 to $20 per day selling our spoclnltlos. So can you. Wrlto to Dauni Specialty Co. Lock Box 129. Port Clinton, Ohio. 3-28-Ofp SEND 35c for ono pair Self Regulator Shears. Cut any thickness -of ma norial. Noodod in overy household. Canvassers wanted ovorywhoro. Ott, CC28 Walnut, Philadelphia. Pa. 3-2S-Gfp CRAIG'S REPAIR eilOP Ropalrs furniture, does upholstorttig anU nil kinds of Tepalr -work; liavo nn espo olally good grado of furnlluiro po- isn anil .irnlsn for salo. 119 E. Church. Phono R-098. 2-27-lmo FOR AUCTIONEERING At sales of any and all kinds, at any time, eoe Carey Hensel, Marlon R. R. 1, or call at thla offlco. 12-7-tf MOVINO, TRANSFER AND STOR. AGE Wo move, crnto, store and do transfer work at any time Phone 1605, S. Knoch, 322 Bol. mont. AVILBUR JACOBY has moved Into new Ian offices on cast Center St., CfiStJ wmm meNEY To loan on Furniture, Horses, Pianos, etc. Wo loan on an hour's notice. Absolutely private. Re pay in small payments. Investigate. Marion Chattel Loan Co. 106 1-2 S, PAGE SEVEN tx j1 Announcements. For Itccorflcr, Editor Mirror: Please announce that I am a candidate for county re corder, subject to the will ot the Dem ocratic roters of Marlon county at the eomlng primary election. ' WESLEY MILLER. For Itccordcr. Editor Mirror: Pleaso announc to the Democratic voters of Marlon county that I am a candidate for the nomination for county recorder it the primaries, May 21. WILLIAM J. SniTBIt. For Recorder. Editor Mirror: Pleaso announce that I am a candidate for tho nomina tion for county recorder, subject to the will of the Democratic voters at the coming primary. JOHN J. STAF0TOPJD. For Itccordcr. Editor Mirror: Pleaso nnhounco that I am a candldato for the Demo cratic nomination for county recorder at tho primaries, May 21. E. II. 1 1 UQ GINS. Tor County Commissioner. Editor Mirror: Ploaso 'announce that I am a candidate for. tho nomi nation for county commissioner sub ject to the will of tho Democratic voters at thee coming primary. ' JOHN HANLEY. For County Commissioner. . . Editor Mirror: Pleaso announoo that I am a candldato for tho nomi nation for county commissioner sub ject to the will of tho Democratic voters at tho coming primary. JAMES D. CHARD. For County ('onimlhsloncr. Editor Mirror: Pleaso announco In your paper that I am a candldato for tho Democratic nomination for county commissioner, subject to tho Demo cratic primaries to bo held May 21. J. J. LOYER. Tor Sheriff. EDITOR MIRROR Please an nounce In your paper that I am a candldato for tho nomination for shorlff, subject to the will of the Democratic voters ot the coming pri mary. George Orlans. For Cleric of Courts. Mr. Editor: Pleaso announco that I am n candidate for nomination for clerk of courts, subject to tho decision of tho Democratic voters of Marlon county, at the coming primary elec tion. FRANK L. SPICER. For Prosecutor. ' Editor Mirror: Pleaso announco to thoDcmocratlc votorsof Marlon county that I am a candidate for prosecuting attorney at the Democratic primaries to bo held May 21, 1912. It elected, this will bo tho only public otTlco Ix havo ever held. I earnestly appcAl to each and every Democrat to help 'mo In this effort to "mako good." HOMER E. JOHNSON. For Clerk or Courts. Editor Mirror: Pleaso nnnb'tinca in, that I am a candldato for tho Demo cratic nomination for clerk nf courts at the prlmarlos May 21, 1912. LEWIS W. TRON. For County Auditor. Editor Mirror: Pleuso announco to tho Democratic voters of Mnrlon coun ty that I am a candldato for County Auditor at the prlmnrles to bo held May 21, 1912. John K. Peters. over Kalien'r Jewelry store. He will continue to pruuttvo In ull courts and will give special attention to the settlomont of estates. Offlco phone 69. residence 839. 9-2-tf a Kodaks Kodak Supplies Ohls Decorating Go If you can march well to a bar gain tuno nnd havo tho collateral to pay the fare, we havo varieties enough for 52 vorsos and If somo professor mill wrlto the music wo will gladly help swoil the chorus loud and Ions with a well paying drug store dolns good business. 100 Mnrlon Homos modorn and com mon. Somo with prices low. Wo havo homos In Columlius, Delaware, Bueyr us and othor surrounding towns to soil or trade. W0 hnve 33 farms to sell, possession given April 1. Somo with n small paymont down. You must hurry.. Wo also havo several farms that are rentod nnd can give posses sion by you collecting rent. " Tlleso f unns range In slzo from C acres to 740 acres. Do not be bashful about seeing us. Wo court your friendship. IWo will dollglit In showing tho farms to you, Wo huvo somo leaders 111 40, 52. 75, 100, 123, 135, 15C, 178, 218, 278, 193, 400, 420 and 740. ;' ' Ploaso oall at ill Court St. Ypu.aro assured 'courteous treatment. ' Respectfully, The J. W. Olark Real Estate Co, Main St. Wi i -i 1 4 H . a WS ". -fufi &" Rr?