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ti ) j ' "'" ih..l,-j i ii Bms3BBBsE2zz3BSt2&stsgBamamsasBi D. A. TERRY i ! ' Maple Syrup, Sorgum f Molasses, Pancake Buck wlieat flour, Prunes, Ap J pricots, Dried Peaches, f Styeet Potatoes, Bulk J 'Oysters, Sweet Tender f Dried Corn. t D. A. TERRY x. Phone 168 Queen Alexandra. London, March C. Positive denial whs. made today of tlio report that tho condition of Dowager Queen Al oxandra, who lias boon lit of Influcn , i vns grave. . A. bullptln Issued by "5 W11 i,yct?r a)tl thnt'Bho wis pro. T fll'1 .favraby and her recoVory I frayTJolloVed'to ia fissured. ' t'4i'( i i .. , . . New llilinnlilri Vnv Tnfl. Conc-ord.N. if., March C AVitli, a inow jinmpsniro Tart organisation of more than, 1,500 men-vbers pcrfectdd, ' inosJt -of-the members being only pro- Tft bilt stroncly antl-Boosovolt, ac fcordlnte (o tho rpeochos delivered al tho organisation meeting, tho oxoajii- i t!vo commltteo today began an tic ,tvo, campaign Xpr oprctullng Tdft ., .propaganda. ' Practically every city and town In Npw Hampshlro has representation In .tho leagoio which has unanimously adopted resolutions for a strenuous light to Instruct tho state Ropulilt can delegation solidly for Taft, no matter what tho -nttltutln of other fitato delegations may bo on ensuing nmnots snouui thoro Tie necessity for more than ono voto at tho national convention. During 1911, 1.071,743 tona of new clilprnln? wore launched In tho United In JOpgdanv, m iwhlch (tho shipbuilding InnVar,k on tho Tyno contributed 433,,. ;i tiiii-ionPi ,n mrTrr-T Mil i" I M 1L Big G BerctrJ CcUmital J, VHIVHHI4 'A life and ilmple remedy for ' BronMtll, Catarrh, ltayFatr I Is, A.& .1.U.S 1 ks. ... . ... a al.skAa. ftUoniet Lmucoufineiriorftnt or Unlnm ( tlio now. ttrost. ?t I atouuob o- irlaarj orgux. ,P3 AT nti inltT l If . t j! curt yeuritlf tattlMwUhrachNitUi p-un-UMaourttuMi, .Til Etim Chm'tal Co. v: UnonmH. Ukc U.S. A. iATI?MTe produce CiN 9 FORTUNES JUZES for patentH. Patents secured m Now IhM of Inventions nrcdad and possible buyers, l-'ntj to Inventors." "Why some j iuvc..u,rri iuii. jjook on puicnis. scna u rough sketch or model for search of I'sten umce rccomannu report on patentability. Bpeclr.l naents in HO cities mid towns. Mr, (Irecley whila ctinFrUommlMloneror rnlcntihnd full chsriroof . B. Patent OlHru. (IHKKI.I'.Y A: MMNTIKI-. 'atgiit AttornuTS. Wnslilnctou. 1). Q Bero U 70W cheo to cH a Suit or Overcoat r At amaU omrt. For 't days no 'will mU a lido 6t, Piuioy All Wool ,alU una Orerooau to be" mJuio to Tom mewrara M Tery low price. Ma ear line mt $14,09. Bm qu Ua at flB.Qs. Oo oar lino at $1.89 '' Beo'oar line at l'lS.e. A koO It gaaraatex BISHOP'S DYE HOUSE Ml W. Ontw, ! Colonist Tickets i 1 $ t0 I Washington ;Or.con fci 't '.V and other western states I " ii At Very low Rates i .via, f HOCKING VALIEY March 1 to April 15, ' TnouirA of Affonta Honk I K:Htig Valley Ky. for jn. i ;; lonnauon, v i- 4tH j I A MMLIL1N COPIES TO GO Out into Circulation of Henry Georges "Protection and Free Trade." Chicago, March 6. A fund to pay for a million copies of Henry George's. "Protection or 1'rcc Trade," tho l)uoll which waa credited with electing Grover Cleveland twenty years ago, as started at a conference In Chi cago recently at which It was de clared that tho tariff problems of today t!ll bo tho main Issue this year In tho presidential content. How moro than a mUllon copies of tho Gcdrgo book were circulated curing tho Clevc-Innd-Hurrlsou campaign was related by Henry Gcorgo, Jr.! "Six members of tho house divided tho book among them, and each, under tho Mcavo to print' privilege, Introduced a section Into tho 'Itccord' ns part of his re marks during a debate on wool. Thesis ivembors wcro Hon. Tom L. Johnson, of Ohio; Hon. William J. Stone, of Kentucky; Hon. Joscpn IS. Washing ton, of Tennessee; Hon. George W. I'lthlan, of Illinois; Hon. Thomas Cowman, of Iowa nnd Hon. Jerry Blmi'son, of Kansas. Uy an old Uule, Vhatever appears under a congression al frank. 'Protection or Krco Trade' rail therefore become rrankable. Fund wcro raised by popu:ar subscription to meet tho expense of printing. Tom Johnson and many others; licltovijd that tho most telling agency lit that result was tho circulating of that Re cord." Tho Fels Fund Commission o Cincinnati will at onco undcrtako a 'tariff educational campaign with a new edition of tho book at 2 1-2 cents a copy to cover tho bore cost of print ing and handling. Only twp, other economic works havo ever surpassed It In actual copies printed Adam Smith's "Wealth of Nations" nnd Henry Georgo's "Progress and Pov erty." Peaches In March no longer are the Impossibility or tradition, for they are on tho menu cards nt hotels do luxo In Chicago, but at "30 ecu: each." Some enterprising peach grower In South Africa hair found a variety which will stand shipment so far and tus opened up a. new market. On tho bitme menu nro English hothouse grapes' at $1,75 per bunch and a special Variety of tho great American apple, which 'Is put Into steward'? French at, "Dcllcloso" althouph :t Is tho Stark Deilclous of cimmerce, served uncooked, at io cents each and some times more. Tliero also arc, Tabasco bananas, the finest In tho worU n size ana ljuvor and nprlcots from Africa at h. prlcp which, reflects the thno, troiibjo and,' expense involved In, getting tjiein. frio peaches jit Call- rornia nro but now, In bud and thobo of G6brgla Will nptWim, f'or montiis'1 to thht tho steward nr, nu pro,,,! pf their menu horn South Arlcim pcuelibH rs they aro of tho Cape of Good Hojio nprlcots Jtfst below It among tho fn It deiiclacles vhch now Incliulo ntraw Lcrrles and cr6am at J1.73, Nowadays, on tho vcrgo o,r tho "fruitless" days, it flno discrimination about (rtilts ,1s fctily ihoro Important to tlio steward of n big hotel than mo prlvllcgo to list bottled milk from tho dairy farm of a millionaire packer or squab or frogs' legs Trom tho form of somo other magnato whoso recreation Is a farm oven If tho milk costs moro than champagno and tho rmmbs cost mora than quail. Tho hotols vlo with ono another for products from these es tatca becauso patrons tako a keen In terest In tho names attached on tho menu cards. A national dralnago commission has been proposed to prevent such seand nl as bosotB 'Secretary AA'llsoh jjf tho department' of rigrlcuituro' over tlio suppression of a, report on the -Ever glades and will be urged during thd Now Orleuna sessions April 11 to 13 of tho National Drainage Congrexs. "Under such a .nutlonal commission," said Edmund T. Perkins, of Chicago, n,ctlng president or tho National Lrulnago Congress "as proposed by our organization, all tho details of making survoys, estimates of cost, re ports, and working out eomprenheri slvo plans for national swamp and overflowed land dralnago would ba tit no by tho national government In cooporatlon with tho states, and with a ample funds provided for tho proper currying on of tho work. Tho Drain ago Congress, at Its next mooting at New Orleans noxt month will form ulate plans for mishit tho cumpalgn for tho establishment of such a coin Mission. Tho present Bureau of Dralnago Investigations of tho Do prrtmont of AgrjcUKuro has only about $60,000 for all cxponses a ydar, Which Is woefully inadequate. Only u cursory survey of tho EVerglndcs Viould cost In excoss of J200.000. Tha Kvcrgtades comprlso about one-fourth oi our total swamp urea of 75,000,000 litres. Tho troublo resulting In thd dismissal of C. a. Elliott, chief engi neer of tho Dralnago Uuroau, Is dlto ttf a false senio of te6iiomy-." Mr, Perklha for several years was thd onglneer In charge, of tho United States Reclamation Service Tho first nutombbllo flro engltlo M Chicago proved moro of mi attraction than a presidential candidate, for l Involved tho fear that tho spectacular dash to a flro would soon bo role gated to things of yesterday. AVhett tho engine llrst rolled tip to tho city hall, making a terrible roarlnb. tho crowd gathered packed tho sidewalks. It made so much notse tho manage ment of i theater wa nlurmod tho audience might bollevo the hotiso on lire. Tho englno weighs nine tons( Tho rear wheels are five feet high, Tho wheel spokes are three Inches! thick nnd tlio crunk shaft weighs 1SJ p'junds, It has a tptei of thirty-, live miles un hour It is the rtml .hijaj niobllo, imgliid limit coiiiplottt lit tint United States, nnd on this point Chi. cago claims tho lead, nltjiough thoto; rKE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH YO'tJNc WIFE SPENDSSUMMERTAS-GUEST OF ACTOR; NOW HUSBAND GETS DIVORCE i riRS frCTa i HILTON Mrs. Helen Story, young wlfo of Allen Lawrence Story, whoso moth er. Mrs. William Cummlnes Story. If prominent in New York sulTrngo circles, inndo emphatic denials on tho witness stand of her husband's charges In his dlvorco suit In Now York. Ho declared his wlfo spent part of last summer nt a cottago at Nnveslnl: LScaeh ivlth Stanley Forde. nn netor, and Fordo'o sister, who afterward departed, leaving them the.-o ulonc. Witnesses tcstllled they heard Fordo cull Mrs. Story "wlllo" during their stay at tho cottago. Story was granted u divorce. nro six other flreflghtlng autos In the country. A thousand bird Immigrants which turlvcd In Chicago from Europe, Asln pnd Africa for tho cumo preserves nearby, at Oak Park, of AA'ailaco Evans jiromlso some novoltlos In tho replacement of tho natrvu J"iio birds, a subject to which Mr. Evans has given years of study. Tho first ones to land wcro four Australian black swans which wcro hoisted out their crates by their Decks. They headed for tho pond but contrary to Amor- ltnn custom tho first ono started to drink tip his bath water. Tito Nlo geeso staggered as they left tho crate. They had not been taking regular rxcrclso for some tltne. Sotricthlhg had h'PBncil to their propellers, too. Among o species bi ought over Wore ,'1 ' K kcchc, jvrr.cnn wnu gecso from ,ll0 To'"11'- eal fl0", K6 uawai, isormosan teai, wim wood ill gconii from Eugian. shell drakes from Hollandi-1 Jlungitrmn pnrtildg'o American wood ducks raiHcd n Eu rope, and Lady Amherst plioosuntH from the bnrrcn and hilly jiarts Thibet. Mr.. Euns has, thoimn ndg (if pheasants oh his preserve, tho largest number In captMty nnywhero.. Comparisons made officially be tween tho numbers of aoltlors from tho United States who croscod to West ern Canada and thoso who returned havo been mndo by Horbert Vmulor roof, of Chicago, editor of "Ounnilu Monthly," as follows: To Canada, 1 yonr to April 1, 1911 121,451. To Canada, 10 mouths to February 1. 1312, 111,700. Ke.turned, 1 year to Aug. 13, 2C0. Itoturned, C months to I Feb. 15, 210, "Now 210 roturnlng sottlcrs ln Ix menths Is vor'y far from 'thousands,' j" Mr, 'VundorliiKif says In vurlflcatldn of his" statements tliot falso ixipurlH1 havo been circulated, ''nnd when It h rtmlmrcd With tho trroat Inrush of American farmers seeking homes fn llio fertllo lands of tho ipnilrlc rroV Inces It Is It ridiculously small lioV contago. Tlio ofllelal llguros glvon mlt by tho department of ugrtculturo Hhojvr mat in iau Canada's Held pi ops od cupled a total area or r.i.SGS.ooo acroji, and their value, caroulnted nt tho tiverago local mnrkc? prioes. amount ed to J5C5,712,000. Less limn ono-thlrd of this total field crop acronge wuh town to wheat, two-thlrds of Canada's J 'old being composed of oats, ryo, burloy, flax, root crops, cte Canada uiu prod uca 215,851,000 bushols of wneat, valued nt $138,507,000 In 1011 But Canada's oats In 1011 were worth T120.512.000; barloy J23.OOI.000; flax $19, tf.7,000; and tho combined area under ryo, peas, buckwheat, mixed grains nnd flax yielded 4I.0S0.OOO bushels, val ued nt Jtl.5C0.000. Hocti nnd cultivated crops, comprising -beans, corn for husking, potatoes, turnips nnd other roots, oxcept sugar beets, yielded $73, 190,000 to tho Canadian farmer; su Kar beets alono brought him another $1,105,000; ' fodder crops Including fod der corn, lray, clover, mnl alfalfa Biiowed an ncorago of 8,290,000, and wero worth J161.3H.000. This doesn't sound IIl(o an all-wlient country does It? And It takes Into no account the vnluo of cattle, dairy products, poul tiy, horsesi sheep, Hwiho, etc, which amounts to hundreds -of millions, tho Cniladlan homo trndo for crodm alono ueing npprqxinmted by t'fe recent Canadian Dairymen's convention nt clpht million dollars, and tho great ranches of AVcstern Canada, export ing beer to tha Untied States and Qteat Britain In immense quantities. Loan sharks of Chicago have been blought to bay by the systematic fight against thctrt of tho Chicago Tribune. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS Have you overworked your pcrvous sys tm and Cftud trouble with your kid neyt And bladder! Have you natns In loins, side, buck and bloddert Have you, Sflubby appeuronce of the face, and un ?r the eyT A frequnnt dilro to pass tirlnoT If n. Williams' Mdtioy nils will WUJJAM3 Mt'U.CC. pp . CJtI.J.OU eurti von -uniKKiM. I'rico wu HELEN 5TORY xii .rfVilul which has enlisted a tcore of lawyers t'i dofend vlctirns of extortion, So much headway has been made In com pelling the loan offices to accoK their trinclpal with 7 per cent, lntorost. Instead of 12 per cent a month and sometimes, with special charges con s'dored, cvon higher rates that an or ganization Which Includes CO of the lion sharks haslegun to show vlgns of relenting. .Many or the men whoso monev Is invested In the loan offices and whoso Incomes are from usurious loans, havo been exposed to tholr ac quaintances, Borifo of them being ro cully promlnontt nnd refpectod In the belief that thclpfbuslness Is other than that of ruthlcsaihnnncy crnhlilna' from tho needy. Several nre actlvo church workers In thelmcommunltlcs. tho lost one to be oxp'oTfcd butng not dnly a church mtmherjhut interested In a certain wny -Itr philanthropic enter pilses. 'V Kmiv tit Miiiiiigim. ManuKim, Nimraguh; March fi. flcoretary of Stat. Knox, and his pirty riiont today In Managua aftrr tholr experience of traveling the 100 miles from Corlnto In u sjieelul train with two otlmr trBjrijB carry.Jng soldiers and muphlne gurw uisj an isfiilrt. Aptl Amerk'iMi proiMMndo'lhos been cir culated by ftirnitr monfliors of the Zelnya party la Nlcar(igua nnd It was f oared an attack might bo mado on tho Knox train. Tho trains ro 'stopped sevornl times while the soldlora Inspected the .tracks. nt I'liilri' Arrest. T.ndnn, Marrh (I. Although they announced late last night that they had wucvooded In arresting Miss t'rls tobol IPankhuit, ono of 'tho loaders of tho militant suffrngottoii, tho polleo to floy admitted thli was mot bo. Thoy Nild that sho had apparently ovadod (Iiom, and they at iprottent have no clip to her wheroabouts. A close iibsprver' has dollnltely es tnbllshtMl tlio fact that magpies and TotiltH rhnnut nuuit furthfr limn four. j? rook niiver returns to Its nest until It Is iiulto sitisfled thai thrro Is no danger near. AVhcn rour hunters or Um duparti d In st't'ccmlon from a nourby hm i nbln. tho last had gone out of s'rbt Hut whenever thoro wero more the bird 'lost count nnd returned v it nost ovon while somo wero still In the nut. BISHOP CELEBRATES EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY ' "5. BlSHOPfDOANE. Bishop William C. Doane. of Al bany, N, ., Imu Just celebrated his vlshtleth birthday. Episcopal 'church men from r.ll over the country gath ered at his liohio for a celebration. Ho has directed the affairs of his (llocuso tor forty-threo your and U still aa active as ever, p5l 5V ' 6, 1912, 1 HELP WANTED FOR SALE I -J i jmmmmammmwsm t I People's WANT I o I o 1 11 I Coliorai 1 I LOST or FOUND WANTED Man for garden or ard -work. Dr. A. IUm, 'ihono 30. It AVANTED Agents; brand now (propo sition; big money maker; on com mission basis; must Vjo experienced men or women. Call, for AV, H. Wntts at Kumfort Hotel, Marlon, O. 3-C-Cti) WANTEDA boy wngon. Apply to at drlvo delivery store, corner Windsor ami Columbia, AV. G. Lii-3-5-21 ca. AVANTGO -A llcensod engineer for either day or night work. Call nt Quarry office. Tho Ohio & AVest crn Llmo Co. 3-B-3t AVtANfTED Every AVodnesday and Saturday at tho Marlon city markot, 500 poreons to 'buy beof C to l'2c lb.; pork G to 13c lb., onions $1 bu., cider vinegar nnd awoct elder 15c gal., lard lie lb., live nnd dressed poultry and fresh country butter and eggs. Phono In your order. 3-3-It WANTED Mon to prcparo for posi tions now waiting at top wages. Loam tho barber trade. Few wooks quallilos. No dull soasons, no strikes. Cash every Saturday night. An army of graduates de pending ifpon us for help. Apply by .mall. Moler Harbor College, Cincinnati, Onlo. 3-2-Gtp Glaaseat Fitted. J 8. LUNGER, M. D., fits glasses, re moves adenoids, treats tho diseases of tho cyo, ear, nose and throat. OKlce 202 S. Main St., opposite Mo ron's temple. Phono 85. C-24-U .Allncrs' DemaniN llelectltl. ' New York, March C t:io demands of tho nnthraclto minors for Increases In ivm-nii running ui to thirty per cent., a now agreement to extend for ono year Instead of three and recogni tion of tho union, vns unanimously rejected by tho odnforeneo of tho an tHrnclto operators hero yestordtiy aft ernoon. A committee, was mppolntod to so Inform tho sealo commlttco from the nnthraclto field when tho Joint cou rurenco Is resumed In 'this city on March II. Tho committee ns named consists : Presidents Unci', of tho Phlludolphla & Heading; Loroe, or thO Dataware , Hudson; Truosdale, or tho Laeknwan na; Underwood, of tho Erie; Thomas, of tho Lohlgh Valley; AVIlllatns. or tho Pennsylvania, and tho Susquehanna Coal companies; and Josoph Dixon, J. L. Cuko, Alvln Mnrxio nnd Percy Maderla, roprcscntlug tho Independ ent operators. Tho commlttco will meet hero next Monday to formulate tho wrltton re ply rejecting tho minora' dt mauds. Tho temper bt tho operators at the mooting was belligerent nnd It wi(s tho gtmnral Impression that It wll I mi oxtromoly difficult to jirevont n strlko when tho oxlstlug iigrecmuut expires on March 31. Juggling tlio riKiiuw. Hero ta biiHlnoss secret: If you nro U'niiltig yiiir coni'uin at u big Ions, I ut wish to mako mo figures show a big HunihiH, simply put off paying heavy lvll's until ftor tho reports of the receipts and expenditures are made up for the year. Thli I tho xystom by which Post mastori Gonoral Hltcncock put the 1 ostofllre on n "paying basis," accord ing to ulmigos made by AV. D, Brown, formerly a government auditor. Whoso expose of the situation Is so ob. vioimly truo Mr. Hltchock has failed to reply. Mr. Brown shows that tho alleged balance of $219,118.12 announced at tho cicso or thn Inst fiscal year to tho credit of tho postoffltx. department In reullty rinohnt oxlst nt nil, but In stead thoro Is really n doflclt of $7. cor.ooo. Don't Mult until April lht 1ieu Mourn will ho racing tlio city ocr looking ror n home. I lm- moro thiiii u rit-oro of houses In nmny ihii'Ih of tlio I'", ror who lor cash or pay-iiu-iits pmiHirtlcH ninslng fitim ni.aoii ( Wii.iMH). Tlio Chestnut Iioiiioh nro ho X IniKtfiicil to completion and will bo nil iiioilnii Iioiuoh of tlio better hoit, Seo. JONES Hutior block 444-H-'t"l"M"M"M""lii1 1 ! l-H-H Fire,Health Accident I Insurance jj We write insurance;: of all ldnds at lowest :: prices, ;. T.J. Mills & Co.;; i -r-H-HHH-Hl-HH'-H-H'' inOMMMs SITUATION WANTED STRAYED or STOLEN For Sale. FOIt SALE Just ono left; new 0 room modern house, Olwy Ave., west side, 1st south -of Columbia St , nt a bargain; raossemlon n.t oirce. 17-acro garden farm, 1 1-2 mile south of city; good 'Improvements; pOMosslon April 1st. 90 nore 20 mlloH from Marlon on two pikes: well Improved; WU trade for 1-2 elty or other property. Good 80 acrc form, Lake Co., 'Mich., 30 acres cleared; good buildings; 2 miles to markot; will tako city or other .property for part pay, balance long time. See J. 11. Holantfor, Huber llloclt. 3-0-3t-w-s-w FOB SALE AVo can sell n 5-room ho u (?o on Senate St. for J815, one 5 rofjm houso on W. Center St. be fweetr It. It, nt $703, and a good 5 room houso close to Dcrrlngor gro cery on Wntorloo !. at JS85. For bargains try Bain Bros. 3-5-3tp FOB SALE Eggs for hatching, Boso comb Rhodo Island AVhltcs, J1.00, J 1.50 and J2.00 per 15. Samo as some breeder ask $2.00, $5.00 and $10.00 per 1'5. Order early as I was hundreds of oggs short of or ders lost year. H. D. Kceler, 401 Summit St. Phones B-587 and L 3SS. 3-2-wed&at-2mo iFOB SALE Tho concrete blocks that have material In them to mako them ring like steel. J. L. Prici Co., telophono 284. 10-tf l-UK HAL.i urocery stock of a country store with a good huckster business. Good reason for selling. Address AAr. B. caro Mirror. 2-29-Gteodp FOB SALE Good bargains In Ash tabula county farms; also Marlon property for salo or rent. See E. J. Uox, t. Beal . .Estate. Agent, over Turner'9 grocery Phono B-470. FOB SALE Best guaranteed roofing In Marlon county. Inquire -of J, L. Prlqo.Cp. Tel. 284. k 10-tf FOB SALE Concrete fenco posts;' guaranteed; the kind you can staple to; no wood. J. L, Trice Co., tele phone 284. 10-tf FOB SALE Best grades Portland cement; quality and prlco guaran teed; also AA'hlto Bock plaster, tho kind that sticks to tho wall and docs not crack. J. L. Price Co., Telophono 284. 10-tf FOB SALE Sower pipe, drain tile and all kinds of building material; prices right; let us flguro your ma terial for you; can tell you the proper amounts you will need; In cidentally wo have tho best grades of coal. J. L. 1'rlco Co., telephone 284. 10-tf FOB SALE AV'hlto pine lath; fine ' ones. Inquire boforo purchaidng. Yours truly, J. L. Price Co,; use cedar posts. Telephone 2S4. lOtf 5,000 TEOPLE AVantod In Marlon to uso Suro Shot Bomcdy for neu ralgia and rhoumatlo troublo. Lab oratory, 316 north Stato. For salo by all druggists. Suro Shot Betnody Co. 2-1,2-tf Kiccollaneouji. LADY OB GIBL wanted In each town, goon pay sparo timo: copy names ifor advortlsors; cash wcokly; stamp for particulars. American Adv. .Bureau, Depb. F; Lolghtona Cornors, N' n- 3-4-Ctp LOST STRAYED OB STOLEN Two. yeur-old ahopard doy, light, whlto broast, black on back and tall; answers to namo of Toddy Notify country "board 4201. Reward, 3-4-31 CRAIG'S REPAIR SHOP Bonairs furnlturo, doos upholstorlng onU all kinds of Tepa.tr -work; ihavo an espo olally good grado of furnlturo pol ish and varnish for salo. 119 E. Church. Phono B-09S. 2-27-lmo FOR AUCTIONEEBKia At sales of any and all kinds, at any tlmo, soe Carey Hensol, Marlon R. It. l, or call nt this office. 12-7-tf MOVING, TRANSFER AND STOR AGE We move, crato, storo and do transfer work at any time. Phone 1605, S. Knoch, 322 Bol mont J AVILBUB JACOBY has movod Into nfcw law offices on east Center St., FOR RENT I 1 .. S I fi 1 R E HI 1 ajaKHattaSBsWsHF M0NEY To loan on Furniture, Horses, Pianos, etc. We loan on an hour's notice. Absolutely private. Re, pay in small payments. Investigate. Marion Chattel Loan Co. 106 X-2 3. Main St. PAGE SEV3RH Announcements. For llccorflcr. Editor Mirror: Please announce that I am a candidate for county re corder, subject to tho will of tho Dem ocratic voters of Marlon county .at tho coming primary election. WESLEY MILitiBIU For jnccordcr. . Editor Mirror: Plcaso atinounc to tho Democratic voters of Marlon county that I am a ca'ndldato for tho nomination for county recorder at tho primaries, Moy 21. WILLIAM J. SEtTEH. For' Recorder. Editor Mirror: Plcaso annbunco that I am a candidate for tho nomina tion for county recorder, subject to tho will of tho Democratic voters at tho coming primary. JOHN J. BTAIAFOnD. For Itccortlcr. Editor Mirror: Plcaso announce thnt I am a candldato lor tho Demo cratic nomination for county rccqrdor nt tho primaries, May 21. E. IL MUGGINS. For County Commissioner. Editor Mirror: Plcaso announce that I am a candldato for tho nomi nation for county commissioner lib-' Ject to the will of tlio Democrat! voters at theo coming primary. JOHN HANLEY. For County Commissioner. Editor Mirror: Please, nnnounco that I am a candldato for tho nomi nation for county commissioner sub ject to tho will of tho Democratic voters at tho coming primary. JAMES D. CIIABD. For County Ctimiiilf.loiioiv -Editor Mirror: Plcaso announco in your paper that I am a candidate,, for the Democratic nqmjnatlqnf6r county corqoiissioner, suoject,. ioj toai JJCtno- cratlo prlmarji jea to be held May 21. k J.. J. LOYEB. For Sheriff. EDITOB MIBBOB -Please an nounce In your paper that I am a candldato for the nomination' - for sheriff, subject to tho will of the Democratic voters at the coming pri mary. Gcorgo Orlans. For Clerk of Courts. Mr. Editor: Plcaso announco that I am a candidate for nomination for clerk of courts, subject to the decision of tho Democratic voters of Marlon county, at the coming primary elec tion. FRANK L. SPICER. For Prosecutor. Editor Mirror: Please announco to thoDcmocratle votersof Marlon county that I am a candidate ror prosecuting attorney at tho Domocratlc primaries to bo held Moy 21, 1912. If elected, this will bo tho only public offloo I havo ever held. I carnestlyappeal-to each and every Democrat to hPVn.nio In thls.cffortto "jnakCxgood" M " HOMER E, JOHJMSOX 'i jf s a For Clerk of Courts. Editor Mirror: Plc&so. announce that LaifS a candldato forftho Domo CTatlcfnomlnailrinfgr Jclcrx of courts at tho primaries May 21, 1912. LEWIS Ar. TRON. For Comity Auditor. Editor Mirror: Ploaso announco to tho Democratic voters of Marlon tiotin ty t'lot I nm a candldato for County Auditor at the primaries to bo held May 21, 1912. John IC. Peters. ovof Nolsn' Jewelry store. Ho will continue to pructtuo la all courts and will glvo special attention to the settlement of estates. Office phone 89, residence 839. 0-2-tf Kodaks.. Kodak Supplies Ohls Decorating, Go If you can march well to a bar- gain tuuo and have the collatorat to pay the fare, wo hao varieties onougli i i ' for P2 verses and If somo professor will wrlto tlio music wo will' gladly holp swell tho chorus loud and long with a well paying drug storo doing good business. ' 100 Marlon Homos modern and com mon. Somo with prlcos low, AVo havo homos In Columbus, Delaware, Bucyr us and other surrounding towns; to soil or trade. AVo havo 33 farms to soil, possession given April 1. Somo -with a small paymont down. You must hurry.. AVo also havo sovcral farms that aro rented and can glvo posses sion by you collecting rent. Tlioao farms range In size from 0 acres to 710 acres. Do not bo bashful about seeing us. AVo court your friendship. ,A'o will dollght In showing ,tho farms to you. AVo havo somo' loa'dora In 40, 52. 7C, 100, 123, 13D, 15C,178, 218, 278, 193, 400, 420 and 74C. ' ' Ploaso call at 114 Court St. Youaro assured courteous treatment. ' ' Respectfully, ' The J. V, Clark. Real -Estate Co, .