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THx'iii&dfojfar jbtwsiDmisDjA, 'ttftm. 3, 1012, - 1 11 j - " i-im! 11- . '" . .L..i .1 rw fT? page imtir E2ZFX23 Sun Theatre Sam N. Rciclibuni, PresenJs The Girl From Daifydill with Harry Steppe Ptctly Girls -Funny Comedians fin fill Slar Cast Tuneful Music Including the Original Soul Kiss Ballet Come and htar the Latest DaUydills. PRICES 10c, 15c; 20c. Box 25c. MATINEE PRICES Grammar and High School Children Do Adults 10c TRY TO GET IN Monday Tuesday Wednesday MATINEE DAILY 3:30 First Show 7:30 3 Second Show 9:00 as Ignatz 1 raacas&xrc&'sua S3BEnZB35W'2JfcUEn2J f I fig Bm mm R if wumwBSSBmKsamBKsamem THE ROYAL FRIDAY SPECIAL 4000 feet of film Special Orchestra Don't miss it 5c. - - rS Bsamsssmfssmassmsasmsssa Matinee Every Day , 5c The Columbia VIscomtcsso do Vaugolot of Gannat lc tho bond tho sum df 40 .lbs., but It was to earn It by playing Cholpin's "Funeral March" all tho way from M10 VUcomtctmo's dUUenu to tho pem elcry. A cddlcll to tho will expressed tho -wish of the VIscomtoeso to he buried at 13eaumont, and 'Beaumont Is Just 18 miles from the vhatcau. The Gannat bandsmen earned their 40 ics. -iney piayeU the "Funerttl March" 57 times right 'through during tho fu 'ncral procession, Jcnny'a Swiss Sale nt Schmidt's Phar'y, BlrfC Botolti Goilttiual 'A life tod ilmolt remedrfor t Bronchtlli, Catarrh, IhyFatr iauiumiua., iiriMiiuuf, uiwc c fcllonaof ALL muooui membrane! or lining of tho bote, tbroftt, lomMli or oritur orgtoi. 'j ' ... ...- . -..-. r Al wruuoistb si Wy rvtcfrrimrittf l TrttMMvlthMchbnttU or lunoa od rviuuL . Tk Emi dotal Co. UadoitLOu L.J. A. tr- J f 'ATCFJTC produce fortunes RIZESfor rotcntn. ratcnU secured inrouKn uj luirmueu without chanrn. Mewl ,:!! 01 inventions ncralod and noiulblo buyers. Hint to inventor." "Wliy nor inventors fall Book on patent. Bend rami 1 u - iuukii rnuiui or mouei lor nenren 01 micw Olllco records and report on patentability. Bpccla Mnti In Cm (h A A ,- . 7.1 . ...1.1,. 'a tent retuminnu report on paicniaDi uy. oprciai 11 ngonta ActlnKOommlloncrof Patents hiul full chsnronf Jj.S. Patent Onico. GHISUMIV MitlNTIlti;, Votout Attorneys, Wnihluutum " u. WARINOHDTAOR ,? WAR IN MEXICO ' Tlioso Uint tleslio ttnr cun liato It. Our motto la pence. Our ttnuts nro -to bcH you a pleco of M'othcr liirth. Kltlicr In tho oliy or country. Wo can noil you In nuyj (Ilniciislou.. City Homes front $5K0 up to $11,000. Country homes from 2 ncrcH up to $12,00li, oncrvo, 10 acres, 10 1-2 acres, 17 nercx, 23 acres, 10 ncrcs, 1S acres, OH acres, 7.t acres, 7 acres, 80 acres, 8iftocris, 100, 110, 120, 135, 110, 112, 100, 170, 178, 10.1, 200, 218, 210, 215, 278, 200, :i20, 100, 420, 71(1 anil many others, ttllh City homes, bomo let tlian cost, rite-room cottage, Sugar Htreot, only $1100,8-rnoiit liouso on Shark Htreot, $1700, 0-room lioiihu on llclltlotv, $1750, on SefTuer nteniic, 7-t-ooiu house, $1(100.. Modern homes on lllalno at untie, Houlctard, Olney atcnue, Glitud avenuo, Columbia, Prospect, Main, Itcllcfontalnc, east Clitircli, tto-t Church, cast Center, Vine, Cleveland atomic1, High Htrcet, Clicstmit street, Maine- avenue, learl Btrecl, Grand atcnue, Carlmrt Btrcet, Vino htreot, St. James street and many olhers. Sco CLARK CO., ' Itcndiiiiarters for Fine Homes, 1 1 i,iw.H4 Crturt St. COST $7500. WILL Hero Is n houho on Slltcr street Unit nt ouo tlmo vwis rankeil nmoiifj tho nest houses In Marlon, Tho lot Is 88 feet ttldo and 210 Yect deep. Tho house contains about ten rooms ami Is mod ern. To location Is line. 'J ho oivnci- ipust hdl n"l hero Is jour opiiortimlty. Von eun sate- Jut $1,000 Uuylug; this property oter Us original cost. barnd&;monnette, t Iloom 10, Uubcr Mock. Phono 1031 MONEY We make Loans on Furniture, Pianos, etc. Business confidential. Marion Chattel Loan Co. ; ' 100 li S. 'Main S't. '' ' ' "w ' S OF s And Also its Troubles Gath- orod up For Those Who Are Interested in tho Odd Jobs. (United Press leased Wire.) .11111 Allotted. Columbus, O., April 2. Tho su premo court today allowed Mrs. Sara'h 13 Ingram, of Youngstown, $3r4 for nursing her mother, Raehol A. Scut torgood, during her last Illness, but re jected a bill of $30 presented by Mrs, Ingram for "harboring hor mother's body." Tho suit reached court through n sod, who objected no tho paymont of, ulthcr bill from his mother's estate. lop Alsop'n Itoclcst. Il'lttsburgh, i'a., Aprll 2. nenl estato valued at noarly two million dollars In Pittsburgh and Its suburbs, formerly bolonglng to Edward U. Al sop, tho 70-year-old millionaire of AVashtngton, D. C, tcflny Is the prop erty of his two sons, Harold P. U. and Edward H. Alsop, to bo ihcld In trust for thorn until their father's: death. Twenty-year-old Efde Popo illlll, Of wnsbington, Georgia, who was mar ried to tho aged millionaire, February 1C, Is not montloned In the deed tiled hero yesterday, which is ijjitcd tho day beforo tho wedding toolc place. At tho .tlmo of -Mio wedding tho two sons, who nro students at an eastern university, woro asked how they liked tho match and replied: "Bully, we llko ip'op's choice." According to the terms of tho doc ument, tho father and Iteeso D. Alsop nro appointed itrut'tces am? all rents or 'profits aro to (bo ipald to Alsop dur ing his llfo time. Most of tho property thus devised to tho two boys was deeded to AUon by his first wife, Emma iB, Alsop, or. purcnascii ny nim wnoiiy or in part uy funds bequeathed to him by Oior. Had n Lot err, Quarrel. Washington, Ga April 2. That Kd Wrtrd 11. Alsap, tho 70-year-old millionaire- and hti bride of two months. lU-ytar-oli Mrs, Efile Popo Hill Alsop, ihavo had a "little lovers' quarrel," Is tho explanation nuulo to day by frleiulH of tho couple regnnl- 1,11? (Hn riming ttiilt t.Hrtv nfii nurrnninfl They denied that Alsop'g deeding of That is the interest rate charged by The Marion Build- ing, Savings & Loan Co. on a long time loan with small payments and with quarterly settle ments, Payments made on your payday, Call on us if you con template building or buying a home this spring. No. 7, Mc-Neal-Wol-ford Building. West Center St. E. Durfee, Secy. I SELL FOR $3500. ODD AND m WORLD IRK 6 real etftato to his sons imenns that the aged bridegroom has dcbldcl to pro tent Mrs. Alsop from becoming heir to his estato. At the fpnlatlal humo of tho Alsops, a servant said that Alsop left for iLltelidohl, Conn., whoro his girl brldo Is under treatment for ner vous aliment, to "malto up" tho quur-rcl. Tho Colonel nt Home. Oyster Bay, N. Y., April 2. Colonel Koosovelt spent today ut his homo hero iprcparlng for his 'trip to Ken tucky, Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia. Tho program will keep him tttvako tho greater part of tho 48 hours following his departure nt 5:0& this afternoon A Corporal Killed. Nowiport, It, I Aptil 2. Corporal William Lee, of tho coast artillery, was Instantly killed todUy when a three-Inch gun exploded at Fort Qreblc. Arrested for Murder. (Minneapolis, 'Minn., April 2. l3Ynnk J. Quantomont, assistant superintend ent of tho dining car sorvleo of tho Soo railroad, Was tormally charged to day with tho murder of Miss Alice Matthows. Tho girl was murdered within a ftiw stops of her homo ubout u. weok ago and tho body was found early tho next morning strangled. She hud boon assaulted. Slott Kleetcd. Detroit, Mich., April 2. The 'feature of tho many municipal oleotlons throughout Michigan yesterday was tho defeat of tho Socialists at Flnt, where John iMcnton, Socialist candi date for mayor, tind all Socialist alder men were dofcated. Tho Domocr.its and Itopubllcana formal! an Inde pendent party and effected this change by electing Charles a. Mott. Soldiers Culled Out. Jefferson City, (Mo., April 2. Gov ernor Hadlcy today received a request to order out tho militia to protect property In tho vicinity ot Now Madrid which Is Hooded. Tho governor was aUVIscd that tho Inhabitant of tho totvn aro unablo to copo tvlth tho seri ous situation there. Troops will prob ably bo rushed to the scene. Fighting nt Pnrrnl. El Paso. Tex.. Aiprll 2. trightlng haa ibeen In progress at 1'arral slnco early this morning when General Campa, with 1,000 rebc-ls began an at tack on tho city, which Villa and Soto aro defending .with '400 federals. General L11I3 Fernandez, with 1,000 men, was ordered by General pro00 this afternoon to leavo Escalon for Torrcon. Limited Indenciideiiee. ' ' Washlngtoh, April 2. "IJUtlo Brown brothers" of Uio Phllipiillics oro lo bo given limited indopeivJcnco llPI-Inrilhl t'11.1 imil ilnnl InrlnnnnilniiPn by 1021, according to a bill rdportcd today to thu house. Another T111 approved provides for maintcnanco of neutrality after lnde- penuenco. Control of Exprc4 Companies, AVashlnpton, April 2. Federal con trol of express companies is given tho Intorstuto commcrco commission and express rates fixed for a limited "par cols pos't" la a bill favorably reported today by tho houso Interstate com mcrco commission. That express companies must co operate with tho postal sorvfeo and turn over packages addressed to con signees on rural mall routes Is another important iprovislun or tho bill. i Tho Umflti of weight Is placed at eleven pounds urn! tho maximum ruteK fixed ura graduated from two cents u pound for less thun '250 miles up to' twclvo cents for more than 2,000 miles. A Washout. rtuftjullvllle, Ky., April 2. Louis tlllo & Nashvlllo train No. 104 ran Into a wushout near Olmstcad, Ky., tojay. Tho onglno and tnall car turned, over. Tho onkinccr, llroman and mall clerk woro Injured. No 'pnyjengera aro ro-i ported ihurt. i Defeated. Boston .Mass., April 2. Woman suffrogo In Massachusetts was killed by tho houso this afternoon by a vote of 10G to 80, Story Denied. Mexico City, Aiprll 2. (Formal do nlal that negotiations havo 'boon com plolod for the establishment of n Jap anese coaling Ktatlon at Magdalena bay in mode today by Kl Dlnro, tho governmen't paipor hero. Tho paper denies that sirch a deal has boon con templated by tho iMoxlcan and Jap ancso govornmonts. Terry Demi. London, April 2.' Edward O'Con nor Terry, best ltnown or English act or umnag-Ts, died at his homo, Pri ory (Lodge, names, Surroy, today aft er a brief Illness, Ilo was torn lu IS 4 4 and catno to his stago heritage by rlght of birth, his father, John Terry, having been a well known and popular London actor. Young Terry was educated' privately and made- his Stage debut In 1863, Ho was ono of tho best known Free Masons In tho world, being past grand treasurer of tho English gralid lodgo and founder and Urst mustor of Kd iward Terry lodge. Ho played In every country In tho civilized glo"bo. Information Wanted, Washington, April 2 President Taft wjs 'this aifternoon roquoated' to firnlsh tho annate Information rela tive to tho reported establishment of a Japaneso colony nt Magdalena bay by a resolution offered by Lodge, Re publican, Masfeachusotts, and adopted VtlVhout discussion. Thatcher Casi1. rineirmail, April 2 The Tinted States -circuit court ot appeals, sitting NEW SENATOR FROM ARl7tiA TAKES SEAT Senator M. A. Smith. , United Stntcs Senator Man-ua A Smith, of Arls-.onn, formrr delegate, who has 4iecn elected to represent bis state In tho ITnind States son atc, took his seat offhlnlly on April 1. at Cincinnati, took un or ndvlsoment today tin application of Attorney Oharles ThatWhor, of Toledo, Ohio, to mandamus United P-at' k Judgo John M. Kllltta of "that clt Thatcher was rcrontly debarred from federal court .practice by Judgo Kllllts and In his mnndamus plea charges the Judgo ar bltrarlly Tomoved parts of his bill of exceptions. Tlheso he wants roatorod for tho gtilvlanto of tho a-ppellaio court. Itucklng the Ire. Sandusky, O.. April 2 Tho ."tcel passonger stoamor 01 otr, formerly tho !.akc!de, 'Whlcth ran beuweon Clevc- lnmJ' and Port 6tnnk., left hore at 10 o'clock today for r3ie Urtt trip 'to the islands. It hold fast In an lco floe ono. inllo northeast, of Mtrlilehead lleht Hcventy-llvo passongeis ami a cargo of freight arb i on boird but tho Manblchead ilfe-savlng station roports, thattlio vassal passeit througn ono uoo Jinlt a nlli clos'dr to "hore and s4iou!d bo olilc to buck through tho remaining Ilo off Manblolioad shore The ItiuiilH'II 1)111 Parsed. Wauhlngton, Afirll 2. Hy a unanl mous tote tho houso this uftornooti pa&sed tho linnsdoll bill making an emergency appropriation of $300,000 to strengthen tho Mlsslss1;lpl river lovocs. Tlio bill' 'tvns rushed to tho senate, mhleh Is expected to iiass It this nfternoon and hurry It to Presi dent Taft for approval, so that tho HooUl prevention work may bo begun nt once. Strike Co-is Many bullions s .Maiiv bullion", 2 rJTho conl strike ed"wjfn a loss of Si,- London, April was today ohargc 000.000 In revenue by tho got em inent, when i lianoollor (Lloyd-Ceoigc Introduce! the budgot in tho house of common. Tho budget ahotvgd no reduction In estimated expendltuto and it carried no lncreanod taxation The entire sur plus In tho treasury', $32,725,000 U retalnol to strengthon tho troasury balance. AccorJing to Lloyd-dcorgo the government has otImatod that tho ecal !nke utill ciuso a furthor loss of four million in tho fulling off of du ties on II(iioi, tea, sugar and tobacco. during the ncct jioar, v Iteiuih-Worrvrimteil. Columbus, O , AlinaVrLV cireul.ir lottor to Ohio miners, authorising thorn to do nlnalr and Infprnvoinont tvork 1n tho mines, "prot'WJlng thfy ilo not 'produeo any coal for tho market and tvlth tho underMandhig that they be paid the adtimco tigrarm to nt the Clovoland conferenco," '.tos lued to day hy John .Moore, -prosldont of the Ohio miners. This ovir affects the 411,000 miners In tho stiito who aro now Idle as tho lesiilt of the order Iwued by Rational President White 'for a ttuspoiiBlon of all work. iMporo su- the state oxeoutlvo board of tho miner, which Is now In ses sion In olumbiw. hu roeolvod many reiiuosts from operators to start their minojf, Unit on account of tho polio adoptod at the Clovoland conforonoe, the 'bonrd li unablo to advise tho minors no to what action wlll bo taken. Secretary O V. Savage, or tho Ohio minors. saM this morning that the miostlon of stat ting tho mines would not como 'before tho .board nt Its ses ulrn today. . ... ... . A A A Jk. A .- .. J. . 1 ! J V V V V V V V V V V '.' V V V V V V V V V V V FIRE INSURANCE I Dwelling houso ini"'- aiit'c in W avion City can bo scoured at actual cost by taking a policy in the CYnwl'oi'd County utual .Fire Associa tion. For 10 years tho an nual assosmonts for $1, 000 insurance averaged less than 55c, saving in surers -10 to 50 per cent over rates charged hy stock .companies, J. J. SCHOENLfiUB, Agent 'MM 't-puou .C),ius Oiuiby (iiojl Llfo mid Accident in, Xo. 107 1.2 X. Main (, Phono l'tr7. ! $ , $ 0 ? $ szttzmanfmwnv&swm&sa&sair. mjsavmiu&r-XA I HELP WANTED SITUATION WANTED I FOR SAI,E FOR RENT I, -i jjfmxwTmmmm aawtpB2Pict5x i J People's I h 1 i 1 WANT I E O I - I R I - 1 Lolumn i 1 II J 1 LOSr-or STKAYED g I FOUND or STOLEN faaMqftsiMMHMii8aMKj,wwi w;ihiiiii 'ii nun isat Pn1 mm hwai tmaiEMMflWJHIiMlfU'll IliHrt UrSagiSPI VVN'Tr3D- Middle nged housekeeptr by widower with three-year-old girl. Call at 174 Jefferson street, morning, noon or evening. Nouh Jones. 4-3-3tp WAiNTKD Extm girl for Saturday and Sunday; good pay. Call Stigur 13otl. Joseph Kline. 4-3-31 WANTED A girl to ttork in tailor htb nt 202 1-2 East Center x8t. 4-2-31 WANTED 'I)iilneM room for largo general otoro In Marlon. All hurt- nesi strictly confl!entlal. J. B. IJo- lander, Phono L-1702. 4-1-Ct WANTED Men to prepare Xtor posi tions now awaiting at top wage Loarn Itho harbor trade. Few weeks qualifies. No dull seasons; no strikes. Cash every Saturday night. An army of graduates depending tipon us for help. Apply by mall Moler Harbor College, Cincinnati, Ohio. 3-30-ntp For Eenft. iF.On KEN'T C room house on south Vino streot. Possession April 1. Call Phono 1003. 3-2S-ct. FOIt KENT 'A. r,-room house, lit! Olney Ave, PJiono 123. T. J Os borne. 4-3-3t Grlassos Fitted. J S. LUNGER, M. D., fits glasses, re moves adenoids, treats tho diseases of tho oye, car, noso and throat Office 202 S. Main St., opposlto Ma son's temple. Phono 85. 6-24-tf For Sale. FOR SALE Two 5-room house-re with well nnd cistern, Dennett St , near David St. school buildlni,', near nhops nnd railroads, price- $1,100 and $1, 300. Cash $100, or more, down. balanco monthly. Awo 12 acres im provod on pike, will trade for 31a rlon proporty. Prieo $1,800. J. D. Bolandor, Hubcr bloek. 3-30 3-0 FOR SALE CHEAP A carved onk bedstead with spilngs, uuittruss and wash stand to match. Call nt 410 E. Church. 3-2-tf FOR SaLE R. C. lUiodo Island Red eggs from choice lions, selected from 2G0 birds, from pr:o winning jtoeit, notekr for laying strnln, fancy nnd high scoring blrdo. Eugu, best pen, 75 conts por 15. Mrs. Elmer Uiwrs, R. E. 8, Marion, Ohio. Tolcphono 15-X-l Klrkpatrlok. 3-20 4-C-13p FOR SALE Eggs To" hatching; Rhodo Island Reds; 1G oggs for 40c. Thono Y-922. M. Makeover. Konslngton Avo. 3-25-12i'p FOR SALE Chostnut coal, IIolp ypursolf tvhllo thcro Is plonty. Also A Dead Onielnl. Mltwaukeo, Wis.. April 3. Jnmos P. Jloward, candldato for Justice ol tho peaco In i.Milwmikoe, died nn he or boforo tho polls oponed Ha was elected by a largo majority, the pub lic bolng Ignorant of his demise. Don't Malt until April 1st tthen ricorcrt ttlll he racing tho city over looking for a home. I liatc more than a r-eoie of houses in many parts of the city, for wile for cash or pay ment" propel ties ranging from $1,M0 to $:!,ioo. Tho ChcMuut houses are bo lus hastened to completion unit will lie all modern homes or tho better hort. Seo. jones v,aa ---l-HH-Hl-i-H-WH-hH-H-H Fire,HealthMccident Insurance We write insurance of all kinds at lowest .1 prices. TJ. Mills & Co.: WH-H-H-J-M-l-H-J-l-J-H-l-H-M-J' largo quantities of gcnulno Poca hontas lump. J. L. Pries Co. 3-12tf FOIt SALE Eggs for hatching, Rose Comb nhodo Island Whites, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 per 1G. Samo as somo breeders ask $2.00, $5.00 and $10.00 per 15. Ordor early ns I was hundreds of eggs short of or ders last year. II. D. Kcolcr, 4C1 Summit St. Phones R-5S7 and L 3S8. 3-2-rrcd&sat-2mo FOR SALE Eggs for hatching from my exhibition and laying strains of Uarrod Plymouth Hocks, 7Gc per 15 eggs; S. C. Whlto Leghorns, 75c per 15 eggs; It. C. R. I. Reds, $1.00 por 15 eggs; White Wyandott oggs, $3 and $5 por 15 eggs; baby chicks from any of above pons on short notlco; springers, eggs and Towla for outing a specialty any tlmo of tho year. KonHlngton Poultry & Pet Stock Yards. Rooking orders now Phono 1314. 3-18-tf iFOR SALT: The concrete blocks that Tiavo material In them to make them ring like steel. 3. L. Pries Co., tolcphono 284. 10-tf FOR SALE Good bargains In. Ash tabula county farms; Ahio Marlon property for salo or rent. Sco E. J, Cor, Real Estato Agont, over Turner's grocery Phone R-170. FOR SALE Dost guaranteed roofing In Marlon county. Inqulro of J. L. Prlco Co, Tel. 281, 10-tf FOR BALE Concrete fence posts; guaranteed; tho kind you can staplo to; no wood. J. L. Price Co , tele phone 284. 10-tf FOR SALE Ilcst grades Portland comont; quality and price guaran teed; also Whlto Rock plaster, the kind that sticks to tho wall and door not crack. J. L. Prlco Co., Tolophono 284. 10-tt FOR SALE Sewer pipe, dialn tlio and nil kinds ot building material, prices right; let us figure your ma terial for you; can tell you the proper amounts you will need; In cidentally we havo tho best grades of coal. J. L. Price Co., telephone 284. 10-tf FOR BALE Whlto plno lath; fine ones. Inqulro bofore purchasing Your truly, J. L Prlcp Co.; use cedar posts. Telcphono 284. 10tf 5,000 PEOPLE Wanted In Marlon to use Suro Shot Romedy for neu ralgia and rheumatic trouble. Lab oratory, 316 north State. For salo by all druggists. Sure Shot Remedy Co. 2-12-tf Bfrfccoll&neoujp. LOST Fox. terrier Dlacic tall, snmll black spot on back, nnd tan ears, ttoro brnsf studded collar tt 1th name iPoxy Salter" cngnivad on ibrasn llate. Lltberal reward for return of dog; also reward for return of col lar. F. It. Salter, 131 S, Main St. 4-l-3t FOUND Ajuto number 2745 I, Owner am havo same by calling at Royal Gnrago, !N. State St , and paying for this ad. 4-1-3.1 ORAia'S R13PATR SHOP Rejiftirs rurnlturo, does upholstering and all kinds of ropiUr ttork; bavo an ospe olally good gr.iiio of furnUuro pol ish and varnish for salo. 119 E. Church. Thono R-0SS. 3-30-lmio FOR AUCTIONEERING fct sales of any and all kinds, at any time, see Caroy Honsel, Marlon R. R, 1, or call at this office. 12-7-tt MOVING, TRANSFER AND STOR AGE We move, crate, store and do transfer trorl: at any time. Phone 1805, 8. Enoch, 322 Bel mont. 3 WILBUR JACOB lias moved Into nw law of. Ices ou cast Center St., ovot WeUon's Jewelry store. Ho will continue to practice in all court) and will give special attention to the settlement of estates. Office Phon. 89, residence 8.10 9-2-tl Kodaks Kodak Supplies Ohls Decorating Co Announcements. tt m Tot ITccordcr, Editor Mirror: Plcaso announce that I m a candidate for county re corder, subject to tho will of the Dem ocratic -rotors of Marlon county1 at th. omlng primary election. WKSLEr-MIMiHIlv For Hccordcr. Editor Mirror: Ploaso announce to the Dcmocratl. voters of Marl6n county tht I am a candidate for tho nomination for county recorder At tho prtmarlrs, May 21. WILLIAM J. 8EITIDR, For Hccordcr. Editor Mirror: Plcaso announce that I am a candldato for the nomina tion for county recorder, subject to tho will of tho Democratic voter at tho coming primary. JOHN J. BTAFIFOIUJ. For Hccordcr. Editor Mirror: Pleaso announce that I am a candldato for tho Demo cratic nomination for county recorder at the primaries, May 21. E. II. HUQOINS. For County Commissioner. Editor Mirror: Plcaso announce that I am a candidate for the nomi nation for county commissioner sub ject to tho will of tho Dcmocratl voters at thco coming primary. JOHN JIANLET. For County Commissioner. Editor Mirror: Ploaso announce that I am a candldato for tho nomi nation for county commissioner sub ject to tho will of tho Domocratlo voters at tho coming primary. JAMES D. CHARD. Tor County commissioner. Editor Mirror: Pleaso announce In your paper that I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination for county commissioner, subject to tho Demo cratic primaries to bo hld May 21. J J. LOYER. For County Commissioner. Editor Mirror: Pleaso announcVto the Domocratlo voters of tho county that I am a enndtdnto for tho nomi nation for county commIssfonc' sub ject to tho will of tho Democraitlo voters at tho primaries to bo hold May 21, 1912. LEWIS ALMENDINGER. For County Commissioner. Editor Mirror 'Pleaso nnnounco that I urn a candldato for nomination for county commissioner, riccond form, subject to tho decision of tho 'Demo cratic votors at tho primaries May 21. J. IC. LEEPER. I'or County CommN-loneiv -Edltor Mirror: Plento nnnounco that I urn a camlldatu f-orwbonnty com miwtlonor subject to the decision of tho Democratic voters at the iprimarleu. May 21. J. H. RAUTJ. Tor Sheriff. EDITOR MIRROR Please an- nounco In your paper that I am a candldato for tho nomination for sheriff, subject to tho will of the Democratic voters nt tho coming pri mary. GEORGE ORIANS. rorSheillT. I desire to nnnounco and solicit sup port of nil Domocratlo voters 'of Maw lion county that I am a camlldato for tho nomination of shoriff subject tu tho primaries to bo hold Mny 21st. CORNELIUS UREEN. For Clerk or Courts. Mr. Editor: Plcaso announce that X am a candidate for nomination for clork of courts, subjoct to the decision of tho Democratic votors of Marlon county, at the coming primary elec tion. FRANK L. SPICBR. Tor rrosecutor. Editor Mirror: Please announce to the Democratic votorsof Marion county that I am a candidate for prosecuting attorney at the Domocratlo primaries to be held May 21, 1012. It olocted,. this will be tho only public office I havo ever hold, I earnestly appeal to each and every Democrat to help mo v In this effort to "make good." HOMER E. JOHNSON. For Prosecutor. Editor Mirror: Ploaso announce thnt I am a candidate for tho noml-1 nation of prosecuting attornoy sub ject to tho will of tho Domocratlo voters of Marlon county at tho 'pri mary cloctlon May 21, and that I will apprcclato any nsslstanco given to ma during this campaign. Respectfully, CHARLES II. CONLEY. Tor Cleric of Courts. Editor Mirror: Ploaao announce' that I am a canaldato for tho Domo cratlo nomination for clerk ot courU at tho prlmarloa May 21, 1912. t LEWIS W. TRON, For County Auditor. Editor Mirror: Plcaso announce to. tho Democratic votors of Marlon coun ty that I am n candidate for County Auditor at the primaries to be hold May 21, 1912. JOHN IC. PETERS For llcprCbcntiiUvo. Editor Of Tho Mirror: Ploaso nnnounco that I am a candldato for tho nomination to tho ,-fflco of Representative on tho Domocratlo ticket to bo voted for at tho oomlng primary, May 21st, 101?. I. S. Guthory, For Pi-olmto Judge, Editor (Mirror: Plcaso announeo f tho voters of Marlon county that 1 am candidate fur i neeond tenm ns pro- bite- Judge, au'i win oip. "iwlali' thrJr fcupport V 8 SPENCER. I ? '