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'wwwwrf e SBSSttwrarftirCTaaffliieaBa "tt i nmmiw i' 1 1'hi.WJJ1 iMiwwiSiai" .,..J.I.itl iW i 111 n I 1 1 i . ii .11 wwioHM r m w rr""- t ic 7ftefr-e , THE KARXPKDAlIlYyMpfcQR,.SATUIlDAY),,AgEII 61912, MWRMMMHHMMMHMWMMMMIM tnr i - PAGE SEVEN f i .j Thursday i AJ.UJ A ! AL Wardo The Legitimate Successor to Neil Burgess "The Jersey Lily" Saturday WiWIMiwwaWMMI' II LLuWWWWWgriHMBWWHKOWaBMto! fyteddl & Catbtey A Character Musical Skit Entitled Summer Boarder and Sum-R-Not FELTON Combcfy Novelty Act Fun in a Gymnasium Silver & Gray Song and Chatter PRICES 10c, 15c, 20c. Box 25c. MATINEE DAILY 3:30 First Show 7:30 Second Show 9:00 MATINEE PRICES Grammar and High School Children 5c Adults 10c TRY TO GET IN t ffnuiriii'H'i i miiiiiii'M'i'iM 'inh lyniiiniuniiMiiimi Matinee Every Day 5c The Columbia j, MEN WANTED Waged 525 to Slid a Week In Automo bile Work Thousands of Jobs Walling For Competent Mm In all Parts of Hio Country. In addition to tho ltnmonso num ber noyy In operation about 300,000 Automobiles will ba manufactured this year and this means work for thousands of men qualified to Soil, Repair, Drlvo and Demonstrate Au tomobiles nnd Trucks. Tho Rochester Automublls School will 'fit anv man )p a foW weeks to nil any of Iheso po sitions, without interfering with hla present employment, get him a Jot) nnd give him an opportunity to mule 6 10 weekly whllo learning. For In formation write Rochester Automo bile School, 321 Church Bt, Roches tar. N. Y 'FlddlhIK IJMV iKmi. Llko "Old Uncle Nctt" of th6 ballad, "Fiddling Bob" Taj lor of Tennessee, senator, orntor and roj'al good follow, now "laj'fl down do fiddle un de bow." A man of parts, Infinite Kindliness and caparlfy for Mlhnlnfer Votes by sheer charm of personality. It was Senator Taj tor's humor to canxasa the constituencies flddlo In hand; nnd his masterly rendering of those bucolic old favcrltes, "Tho Arkansas Trav eler," ".Missouri Onls" and "Old Zip Coon" never failed to land him at tho top of tho poll. Tho sobriquet of "Fiddling Bob" may havo detrn'cted somewhat from tho lmprcsslc-n of Senator Taylor's dig nity with tho country at large. But F JdiJlIng Bob" Taylor might have ap pealed to history and the famoVs ex ample of j-oung Tom Jefferson, whoso ilddlo was In request at every dance In Albemarle county. .Mllxvuukco Sen tinel. r.'tcknnmcs. Tho nicknames for our new states rhymo -XX oil, "Sunshlno" nnd "Vnlon tine." Mexico gets Hun thine becauso It has It, and Arizona gots Valentino bceuuso It ixVas admitted on St. Valen tino Day Bollefontalno Examiner. Tho IMim Is Easy. A girl's Klssei nro lllio pickles In a Ijottlo the first Is hard to get, but tho real, coon n easy rf'hlcagn News. vrrrwrwrw-rrrr i A ... A A - A A A.. A A. A. A. A. Z. A. i "j A. A. - . .. A &yfjy , T vt-w'w-wt--w -w -w -w -w t T Y t T f T ; ! f ? t t When you renb a house there's no telling when w -M 1 It nA v rws Tm Visj n rl nr MMifiAfi f-vs Ta yvu win Jiavo tu iiiuvu. jlii uuia uoy uuuouo aic No Telling When You May Have To Move being sold right along and many renters are put to the great inconvenience of moving. Why not & ovn your own home? You can do it easily. 4 I have sold half a dozen houses this week and was obliged to ask tenants to move in each case, ynwnicn put them to extreme inconvenience on ac & count c2 the scarcity of houses to rent. Very few "J real estate men will agree to rent you a house at ., A' a moderate rental for more than a- month at a time on account of the present demand and the Y outlook for sales. "Y ; f f ? Y f Y Y Y Y Y i In tteeiwr. A Vale student deserted the "oreitry class to mirry an actress, but he isn't jot out uf tho ,voods Boston Cllobe Tlilldren's tan Russia calf button shoe's, only Jl.W at Beatty & il.ong'H. 4-4-St Thousands of Blooming plants at reasonable iirlces at Blakes for Has ter. 4-4-3t Clover Leaf flour is made at home It's the best Hour made, too. Bee 7 i The Time to Buy is Now i i Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y t t I would advise those who coniempice ouying " i and who dislike the great inconveinece of moving, & to buy at once. We are growing bigger in Ma- rion and the prosperous conditions are here to Y The time for investment is now and a few A i nice home. J stay. prosperous years will put well on the road to a Come and see me next week. Let me show you how easy it is for "any mart with average dngs to own his home. nnrn. Opening Evenings, 6 to 8. IE. E. BUSH i mil. . ire rtfrc-- - m. -rt rU ! i xeipiione auo. uuiuo uvui ouriiyora viug otoxe. i a- A i Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y : : tZ&i COST $7500. WILL SELL FOR $3500. Iforo la a Iioiiho ihi Sllcr Hired that nt olio tlmo wnn rnukril among tho nest houses In Marlon, Tho lot is KH feet 1lo anil 210 feet ileep. Tho lioufio (KiilaliH nboilt tcii rooinn auit Is iilod om, Tlio location la fine, 'i'lio owner must sell nhil Hero It jihlr opportunity. You can save Just $1,000 bujhig this property over Its original cost. BARND & MONNETTE Room 10, Ruber Block. I'houo 1031 mnMy We make Loans on Furniture, Pianos, etc. Business confidential. i Marion Chattel Loan Co. 106 1-2 8. Main St. vV,( 4 WAR IN CHINA OR WAR IN MEXICO Those tliat desire war can hate It. Our motto Is peace. Our wants nry to sell jou a piece of Mother Knrtli, KUhcr In tho city or country. AVo can sell you In any dimension.. City homes from $."r0 up to $11,000. Country homes from 2 acres up to $12,000, Oncros, 10 acres, 10 1-2 acres, 17 acres, 2.1 acres, 10 acres, 1.1 acres, r0 ncres, 73 acres, 75 acres, 80 acres, 63 acres, loo, no, 120, i:ir, no, 112, 100, 170, 178, 1I:S, 200, 218, 2 10, 215, 278, 200, :,20, 100, 120, 710 and many other, with City homes, some less than cost. KUc-tooni rottnge, Sugar street, only $1 100,8-ruoni hoiiso on .Shark street, $1700, 0-roum house on lSelhlew, $1750, on Scffner iienue, 7 room house, $1000.. Modern homes mi Blaine- atomic, nulcnril, Olney avenue, ntrnrd nxenuo, Columbia, Vrospcct, Main, Ilelleroutnlue, cast Cliurt'h, cst Church, cast Center, Vine, Cleveland nicotic, High street, Chestnut street, Ulalno nicnitc, Vcarl street, Grand aentic, Carhart street, Vino slrect, Si. .lames street and ninny others. See CLARK CO., Ifcailquattcrs for Fine Homes, 111 Cotitt St. Don't Mrtlt until prll 1st Mhcii ficor.es will be racing tho city oicr looking for n homo. I lum more than n eoio of houses in many pints of tho cllj", for snlo Hir ensli or pay ments properties tanging from $1,55W lo $a,000. Tho Chestnut houses nrc be ing hastened to completion and will bo all modem homes of the better sort. .See. JONES j!s I HMHMMMMMWHBH 6 ? , Tras-Mnrc pr.ii.puoe llflZra for patents. FORTUNES Patents accural WfP through un ouvertliKxl without chump. H linrcrs. "Hints to Inventors." "Why nomo inv rou Inventors fall." lioolc on patents. Senil ua raiiffh nkctf h of mrwlpl fni nnrth of Patent Ofllco records nnd report on patentability. Special niranU in KXI citlaa nnd towns. Mr, Greolcy whlla ActlnpCommliwIoncrof f'ntuntshad full chareaof l'ateut Atturueys. Wunlilnatoii, U. V. QNB9K3 That is tlie interest rate charged by The Marion BuM- ing,SUvSngs & 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. rTTrr- ; - ; " ".....'''. ' '. , . I - , , I J HELP WANTED SITUATION WANTED I FOR SALE ' FOR RENT S I I t - 1 III Peonie's I U I o I WANT I I 11 CoIumEi II U" LOST or srRAYED J FOUND or STOLEN 1 E. Durfee, Secy. m n Announcements. ik ' For nccorflcr;, Editor Mirror: PI base announce that I am a candidate for county re corder, aubject to the will Of tho Dem ocratic voter of Marlon county at th coming primary election, WESLEY MlLLURt For Hcconlcr, Editor Mirror: Pleaso announce to ths Democratic voters of Marion county that I am a candldato for tho nomination for county recorder at . the prlmarlPi, May 21. t WILLIAM. J. 8EITBII. SAVE FIRST-INVEST LATER l'ractlcally all ImeMments sdlrt with n Mlngs account. Xmv and then a man makes money suddenly, or lulieilts It, and theic becomes nil Inxcstor on u lagc scale, but nuoh a man Is an excep tion. Tho rule Is a person must ho n satcr or money before they can become an Investor In securities or property. AVo luuo ntwnjs lald SIX VHU Ci:.T on Mixings. It. will pay you to come In and see us. THE CITIZENS BUILDING & LOAN CO. W. Center St., Phono 1103. .T. M. Schciilder, Prcs. O. G. llrlggs, Secy. CITY NATIONAL BANK. COUXKU MAIX A ND CUXTUIt STS. CAPITAL STOCK $100,000 Surplus and Undivid ed Profits, $42,000. DIHEOTOllS. JAMES II. GUTIIEltY JOHN I). OWENS F. A. IIUDEIt T. V.. (JUTIIKHY. OIIAS. II. McEIiVY H. UOLVEUSTOrr JOHN M. CLEAUY E. HKOWN A Bharo or jonr banking business nollcltcd. Snfo Deposit lloxes. Interest paid on 'l'lmo Deposits. OUMM&Si&'aR OFFICEHS. , I. It. CUISSINGEK, I'rcsldent. I JAMIS II. aUTflEHY, Vice lrij,ldcnt. J. 1U 'Airi'MOItE, Asa'U Cashier. 1. II. I.EVCOIjN. Cashier. TO- T). '.OIIMAV, A3t Cashier. n. k citissnvGEa A. E. OIIENEY V. W. MOltllATi W. 11. DENJIAN " . . 4. . .;. . . .;. ... . .j. ... ... ... ... ... .j, ... ... ,., .j, ,., ?i k .,, ,. : Jt Jt ,.4 : ,.. ... ... ... ,;. , ... ,;. ... .j. ... ... ... .j. . .-. j FINANCIAL GROWTH I A large, strong hank does not lose dignity ur consenutlsni when I It oncoiiingcs the hinall depositor. The large lmlnnccH of tho future mo Inning their beginnings ', odny lu modest iiccumtilatloiis. ; AVo want to place wlttilii the reach or nil, the prhllegCH of an. ssoeliitlon with h stionj:, hefjlful hank. Xo permi who Iiuh a reg- liar Income and a desire to consort o It, need hesitate to become a depositor here. j MARION COUNTY BANK CO. ; Capital and Surplus j 3 per cent Interest paid $350,000.00 I on Time Deposits. -M-H-HHHHH-H-H-IHH-'I-H-M-H-H-V lt t frH-H-H-M-H-J j.HHHr-H.!H"H"MH,W-H Capital and Surplus $32,500.00 A General Banking Business Transacted. : 'l'lireo per cent Interest paid on (line deposits. Your hanking bus!. I ness Imlteil, ; The Fahey Banking Company I ' Established ItlTa. Directors. ; Timothy Fahey, Frank A. llulier, A. O. Eilinoiiilxoii, V, E. Scolleld, O. Hi een, J, , SchriH'tei, .1. (t, ralibanl.s, J. i Ficndergast, M, C I O'Hitiii. -I"-1- Ii-4 Il-f-i I"illi"f-IH l"lII- --l--l-HlI--l--I--Ne-I--M--l-.l--i--H-l--l--ll----l5-'r AVAiSTHDA housekeeper Call up 100"i oxer tlie telephone thlH evening botwien 0 nnd 7, or tomorrow 4-C-3t WANTIJD iA horse- xvelghlng nbont 1,000 or 1,100. fall Phono I.-flOl. 4-C-0t W1AXTED Export mechanic xvlth tools and muehlnerj, who xxanta to go In a guragt tlood location. Good lorniH to right iieron. Wilte Oar age, earo of Minor. l-0-3t WANTED A gin for hotuio malJ at Old Iulles" home. Apply to matron 4-4-St WANTDD Mlddlo ugud hoiiMckcopor by xvldower xvlth threo-year-old girl. Call at 174 JelTerson street, morning, noon or evening. Noah Jones. 4-3-3tp rlon properly. Prlee $1,800. J H. Ilolandcr, Huber block. 3-30 3-G 1-Olt SALE CHEAP A carved oak bedidend xvlth springs, inattresn and xvnsh stand to match. Call ut 410 E. Church. 3-2-tf FOIl SvLE Ii. O. lthodo Island Hod egg3 from cholco hens, selected from 250 birds, from prize xx tuning mock, noted for laying otraln, fancy and high aeorlng blrdn. Ekks, beat pen, 7Ti cents per 10. Mrs, Elmer Heers, It. D. 8, Marlon, Ohio. Telephone 1C-X-1 Klrkpatrlck. 3-20 4-C-13p FOU SALl-i Eggs Tor hatching; lthodo Island Iteda; 15 eggs for 40c. Phono Y-922. M. Makeoxer, Kensington Ave. 3-25-12itp WANTED Extra girl for Saturday and Sun Jay; good pay. Call Sugar Iloxvl. Joseph Elian. 4-3-3t WANTED -Iiuslnom room lor largo general storo In Marlon. All busi ness strictly connVlentlal. J. H. Ilo landcr, Phono L-17G2. 4-1-Cl AVANTED iJIen to prcparo for posi tions noxv axx-altlng at top wigpa Learn ijlio barber trade. Fexv weeks oualirics. No dull seasons; no stitkes. Cash ovcry Saturday night. An army of graduates depending upon us for help. Apply by mall Moler Barber Collpge. Cincinnati, Ohio. 3-30-Ctp Glasses Fitted. roil SALE Chestnut coal, Help yourself xvhlle. there Is plenty. Also large quantities of genuine Poca hontas lump. J. L. Prlca Co. 3-12tf. For Itccorilcr. Editor Mirror: Pleaso announce that I am a candidate for tho nomina tion, for county- recorder, aubject to tho will of tho Democratlo voter at tho coming primary. JOHN J. BTAmrOItP. For Hcconlcr. Editor Mirror: Pleaso announce that I am a candldato for tho Demo cratic nomination for county recorder at tho primaries, May 21. e. ii. iiuaama. Tor County Commissioner. Editor Mirror: Please announce that I am a candldato for the nomi nation for county commissioner ub Ject to the will of tho DoinocratI voterv at thee coming primary. JOHN 1LVNLEY. Tor County Commissioner. Editor Mirror: Pleaso nnnounco that I am a candldato for tho nomi nation for county commissioner sub ject to the xvlll of tho Democratlo voters at tho coming primary, JAMES D. CHAHD. For County commissioner. Editor Mirror: Pleuso announce In your paper that I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination for county commissioner, subject to tho Demo cratlo primaries to be held May 21. J J. LOYEIt. FOU SALE Eggs for hatching, Hose Comb Rhode Island AVhltos. $1.00, $ 1.50 and $2.00 per IS. Same, as some breeders ask $2.00, $5.00 and $10.00 per 15. Order early as I was hundreds of eggs short of or ders last year. II. D, Keoler, 401 Summit St. Phones 11-587 and L. 3SS. 3-2-Tred&sat-2mo J 8. LTINQEH, M. D., flta glasses, re moves adenoids, treats the diseases of tho eye, ear, nose and throat OITIco 138 1-2 E C'tntcrst., opposite Marlon hotel. Phono 35, C-21-tf For Kent. FOU KENT G-nmim houso xxtth small burn on Wallace Mtieetj gas, well, cistern nnd summer kitchen Kent $12 por month. Call 530 N. Main. Phono 173. It For Sale. FOIt SALE Eggs for hatching from my exhibition und ixtrn good laj lng strain llarred I'lj'mouth Hocks, $1 00 and $1.50 per n. Phil Huber man, 024 N. Stuto St. Phono L 1190. 4-C-Ctcod roil SALE flood mlleh cow, 8 joars old; glx'as 3 gallons dally; aUo cheap runabout nnd cheap top buggy. Phono 17C.7 or call 119 W. Center. 4-0-31 KOItSALE Three beautiful homes In Sc )(lold Holglits on Olrard avenue Wo can (iioto xou a prleo on these lino homes that will bo $300 to $.".00 below thulr actual xaluo. Office op en evenings betixxeon 7 and 8, Ualn Hroa 4-5-3tp ifa FOU SALE Ono cow aTid two line joarllng hoircra Call at 102 True avonuo. 4-4-Ctp KOH SALE I bedroom sulta and springs, 1 mattieas, 1 dining table Phono 001 between 8 a. in. nnd 2 V. in. 4-1-31 FOR SALE A real bar gain in a home if sold be fore April 15th. Parties leaving oity. Phone 1528. 4-4-3tp. FOll SALE .Two C-room housoisixxlth well ahd cistorn, Ilonnott St , near David St. school .building, near shops and railroads; prlco $1,100 and $1, 300. Cash $100, or more, down, balanco monthly Also 12 acres Im proved on plko, xx ill trade for Ma- H-rTTTT I Fire,Health 5 Accident Insurance "We write insurance of all kinds at lowest : :: prices. T.J. Mills & Co. .H"M-!-H-HHMH'H"l-H FOH SALE irggs for hatching from my exhibition and laj'lng strains of Barred Plymouth Hocks, 75c per 15 eggs; S. C AVhtto Leghorns, 75c per 13 eggs; II. C. R. 1. Reels, $1.00 per 15 oggs; AVhlto AVyandott eggs, $3 and $5 por 15 eggs; baby chicks from any of above pons on short notlco; springers, ogg.s and fowls for eating a specialty any tlmo of tho j'ear. Kensington Poultry & Pet Stock Yards. Booking orders now Phono 1314. 3-18-tf Tor County Commissioner. Editor Mirror: Pleaso announce to the Democratic x-oters of tho county that I am a candldato for tho nomi nation for county commissioner, sub ject to tho will of tho Democraitlo voters nt tho primaries to be held May 21 1912 ' LEWIS ALMENDINGER. Tor County Commissioner. Editor Mirror Pleaso announco that I am a candidate for nomination for county commissioner, second term, subject to tho decision of tho Demo cratic voters at tho pnmarlcs May 21. J. K. LEEPER. iFOR SALE The concrete blocks that have material In them to make them ring like steel. J. L. Pries Co., telephone 284. 10-tf FOR SALE Good bargains In Ash tabula county farms; also Marlon property for sale or rent. See E. J. Cox, Real Estate Agent, over Turner' grocery Phone R-470. FOR SALE Best guaranteed roofing In Marlon county. Inquire of J. L. Price Co. Tel. 284. 10-tf FOR SALE Concreto fence posts; guaranteed; the kind you can staple to; no wood. J. L. Price Co,, tele phone 284. 10-tf FOR SALE Best grades Portland cemont; quality and price guaran teed; also AVhlto Rock plaster, the kind that sticks to the wnll and does not crack. J, L. Price Co., Telophono 284. 10-tf FOR SALE Sewer pipe, drain tile and all kinds of building material, prices right; lot us figure your ma terial for you; can toll you the propor nmounts you will need; In cidentally xve have tho best grades of coal. J. L. Price Co., telephone 284. 10-tf FOR BALE AVhlto pine lath; flue ones. Inquire before purchasing. Yours truly, J. L. Price Co.; uso cedar posts. Telephona 284, lOtf 5,000 PEOPLE Wanted In Marion to use Sure Shot Romedy for neu ralgia and rheumatic trouble. Lab oratory, 316 north State. iFor sale by all druggUts. Sure Shot Ramedy Co. 2-12-tf MiscollaneouB. ORAIG'S REPATR SHOP Ropairs furniture, does upholstoilng and all kinds of repair work, haxe an espe cially good grudo of furnl, uro pol ish and xnrnlsh for sale. 119 E. Church. Phono R-G98. 3-30-lmo FOR AUCTIONEERING At sates of any and a)l kinds, at any time, toe Caroy Hensel, Marlon R, R. 1, or coil at this office. 12-7-tf MOATING, TRANSFER AND STOR. AGE AVe move, crate, store and do transfer work at any time Phono i05, B. Kuoch, 322 Bob mont. J WILDUn JACODY nas moved Into new law of.loes on cast Center St., ovr NoUon'a Jewelry store He will continue) to practice In all courta "net will give apeclaj attention to the ottlomont of estates Office Phona 89, residence) 839 3-2-tf For County Commissioner. Editor Mirror: Pleaso announco that I am a candidate for county com missioner subject to tho decision of the Democratic x'oters at tho iprlmarloa. May 21.. J. H. RAUB. For ShcrllL EDITOR MIRROR Please an nounco In your paper that I am a candidate for tho nomination for sheriff, aubject to the will of tha Democratic voters at the coming pri mary. GEORGE ORIANS, Tor Sheriff. I dostro to announco and solicit sup port of all Democratic voters of Ma rlon county that I am a candldato for tho nomination of sheriff subject to tho primaries to bo hold May 21st. CORNELIUS BREEN. For Clerk or Courts. Mr. Editor: Pleaso announce that I am a candidate for nomination for clerk of courts, subject tp tho, decision of the Democratic voters of Marlon county, at the coming primary elec tion. FRANK L. SPICER. For Prosecntor. Editor Mirror: Please announco to tho Democratlo votersof Marlon county that I am a candldato far prosecuting; attorney at the Democratic primaries to be held May 21, 1912. It elected, this will bo tho only public office I have ever held. I earnestly appeal to each and every Democrat to help ma In this effort to "mako good." HOMER E. JOHNSON. For Prosecutor. Editor Mirror: Please announce that I am a candidate for tho nomi nation of prosecuting attorney sub ject to tho will of tho Democratlo votora of Marion county at tho pri mary election May 21, and that I will appreclato any assistance given to ma during this campaign. v Respectfully, CHARLES II. CONLEY. For Clerk or Courts. ' TMttnr Mirror: Please announce that I am a candldato for tho. Demo cratic nomination for clerk of courti at the primaries May 21, 1912, XdiJWJH W. TKUN. Tor County Auditor. Editor Mirror: Please announce fo the Democratic voters of Marlohjcoun ,ty that I am a candldato for County .Auditor at the primaries to be held Mn7 21, 1912. ij.. JOHN IC. PETERS I'or llcnicventnllxo. Edlfor Of Tho Mirror: Ploaso announco tihat I am a candidate for the nomination to tho fjfflco of Rtpresontntlvo on tlio Democratic ticket to bo voted for at tho coming primary, May 21st, 1912. I. B. atithery. For Piolmtc Judge, Editor Mirror: Pleaso announce to tho x'otera of Marlon county that I am a candidate for a second tenm as pro bata Judge, anVl xx 111 nipprctlate their mipport. W S, SPENCER. 4 ) ' 'A A. mf'- i, um A !M3&1kt.