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HICHWAYMEN'TORTURED THIS HERMIT
FOR ALLEGED HIDDEN WEALTH
J. WILBUR JACOnr naa moved Into
new law of.lcei on cost Center St.,
over Nstaon't Jewolry tora. He will
continue to practice in all cmta
end -will give special attention to
the settloment of estates. Office
phons 6i. residence 839 9-2Uf
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SITUATION WANTED
FOR RENT
FOR SALE
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HELP WANTED
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Joy
AND
SICKNESS
TO BE HAPPY KEEP WELL
USE ONLY
DR. KING'S
NEW DISCOVERS
TO CURE
COUGHS AND COB -
WHOOPING COUGH
AND ALL DISEASES OF
I
THROAT AND LUNGS
SOLO AND GUAHANTEED BY
Tschane u & Bros.
ODDS ID Ml
OF WdRLiTS WORK
And Also its Troubles G-ath-.
ored up For Thode Who
Arc Interested in the
Odd Jobs. '
(United Press leased Wire.)
J'cniis.slwmln Blgrnccd by Penrose.
IPJtUfliurg. X'a., April 10. Almost ns
sreatt Intcrccr was mnnlfosto'd today
In what United States Sonator CIopp
end ex-Forester Olfford Pinchot snld
at the overflow Roosovolt mooting In
Exposition hall last night as In tho
Coluiribus speech itsolf.
Pinchot cMpcclnlly rousod tho cn-
thuslasm of. tho Progressiva oloinont liy
fallowing- his lcclnrnttbn that ho vub
a, Pennsylvanlan and addressing men
of Jils own state with "I count It a blt
4. tor shame that my etato Is represent-
ed In tho United States renate by such
a. man as Senator Penrose.''
'Pinchot tuoted tho French pro-
verb; , "Toll vo who your frlenf rr-
nndl'll toll what mirier rf mm 'o.l(hc UollHQ on trInl of t)lo miey
nwi. ') i i -.n aU,K"?u: , '" y trgut" was nnnounced today by ncH-
.h JuvJt.Jllf.. ..,J,2tir'.a rosontntlvo Lindbergh, nepubllcnn,
vcountry nro wi , t . n rsf. -
.. .rrrvJ ' -VllAisftJ7v 15-Jn ...... commuioo, uecmring no will "smoke-
: (?:r-?.?lBt ".'"""''our certain member.-, allowd to-bo
.' .',. VI. (.1.1. C ni.U ,i,V-4.. .V
" club." ' ' '
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Tho-North I'olo t.
Frnnlco. April K.
Ban
n-iiil
Amundson, who recently u.z
tho south iniflu.- will .iniilte nn
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to reach thd'norfh polo next year,
Tho ,oxploror has t written Henry
LhBd, 'th'O 'Norwoglfth consul -here,
that tho From, tho vrssol In which ho
wont to tho south polo, will nrrtvo
In San Francisco hatbor In Apr!',
1913.
T. It. AUuclifl Storo ClKfUs.
Altoona, 1M., April 10. Fully S.000
people turned out to seo ltoosovolt
hrn ho arrived hero this afternoon.
Threo thousand of these packed tho
oora house whoro tho colonial nt-
tuckeJ tho- plan of paying factory em-
jilavcs by
WoVcwH' -
giving tore checks Instead
.
Y.'Kv'cry man Is entitled to every cent
liVeurmf In cash," declarnl tho col
Children Cry
ltf:V1 III ; . h
Tho Kind You Havo Always Botight, and which has heen
iu nso for over 30 years, liaa homo tho slgnaturo of
s-i& .. and has hcon mado under his pcr-
' 'C.jCi&Ttj'-fo' Bonal supervision slnco its infancy.
ytarvr, -CUCSUM, Allow no ono to docelvo you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" aro hut
.Experiments that trlflu with and endanfror tho health o
Infants and ChUdron Exporlcnco against Experiment.
What is CASTOR! A
Casiorla Is a hnrnilpns finhslltnto for Castor OH, Pare
Kirlc, Drops and Boothlntr S, nips. It Is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Jtlorphlno nor other Narcotlo
,Niiliatunco. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
nnd, allays Fovqi-lshncsa. jr moro tlan thirty years it
Ims hcon in constant u-.o for tho relief of Constipation,
riatulency, "Wind Collo, all Toothing Troubles and
JDlarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels,
. nsslndlatos tho Food, giving healthy and natural sloop.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Frloud,
GENUINE CASTOR 1 A ALWAYS
Bears the
J0
CZf.
a
The Kind Yoa Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
1 T)l CCIITAUR COWPAtir. T7 MUSBAr ttinttT, NCW YORK CITY.
HOME
IN REACH
IF ALL
OS
JOY
TO
Millions
Pric6 50c ant) $1.00
oncl.
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l'nllcil to 1 Until Summit.
F.ilrbnhkn, AlasUn, April 10. Four
men who loft Fairbanks on February
5 to climb Mount McICInley Woro bruit
today with (ho admission Hint tiey
bad failed to reach tho summit. They
declared, however, that tho ascent can
1 0 mado by a different routo than
tho ono they followed,
Oeorgo S. Lowis, former Untied
States reclamation engineer; Mnrtln
Nash, of Dawson; Anson McCabel and
Jack Phillips, a dog driver, mado up
tho party.
Tho party reported that at a height
of nbout 10,000 feet they woro con
fronted with groat Ice cliffs that mndo
further progreso Impossible.
Pnvutlo , Strike Our.
Passaic, N. J., April 10. Tho toxtllo
strike In Poranle and vicinity Is ovor.
Not officially, but ns far as tho strik
ers nro conoerned, It Is ovor, nnd they
bnvn rennlved onlv n smnll nr.innrtlnn
ot tho'r demands. Tho workers have
rccolvcd nn Incronsc of from live, to
15 per cent nnd a reduction of fines
There will bo no recognition, howovor,
of tho shop committee.
Lindbergh In Earnest.
Washington, April 10. An invcstlga-
it.. xi. it At .! is
i mil (ii inn irii'ruiiiirni inn- nnrtimiiTiin nr
,)f yeptordny upon the Imnklnp,
Wnll street sympathizers That Pujd.
Democrat, Iipulslann.'jind Representa
tive AfreoMntl.X Rifnubtlonh. New Ynrlt.
nro "opposing a real proV of tho money
STml,!Jl,al'V,"fl - r(IciMnrftl,on.
Toil TOO l-'llht.
New York, April 10. Tod Sloan, the
Amuilcan Jockoy. Is too fast for his.ycu nro your own masters."
wjfo, Julia Sanderson, tho actress. She Roforo a crowd of C.000 1n tlio opera
llltsl suit today for nbsoluto divorce In .house hero tho colonel snld:
thu supreme court here. Sho named "You cannot got n snunro deal from
several women In i New York nnd In
Kuropo ns correspondents. T
I'ho iiotl,-
tlon sets forth that Miss Sanderson
nnd Sloan woro married horo Soptom
bor 21, 1007, that they went abroad
a year later, and thnt sho has not eecn
hlni since sho returned to this country
n short tlmo therenfter. Sloan has
dotormlncd novor to rot urn to Amur-
lea, Miss Sanderson snys.
Coiife.cil Ci-lnic.
Gary, Ind., April 10. Mrs.
Clnrlcs
for Fletcher's
Signature of
1 : x v--' A;Mt i, $
Jacob Von Ounten, the hermit, and dla
Dram of his homo showing: No. 1,
routo by which murderers entered
house; No, 2, where Von Ounten was
attacked) No. 3, where body was
foundf No, 4, aoor by which murder
ers left.
Jacob von Ounten paid with his life
a sncriflco to nclghbornood gossip
when, becnuso of reported wealth, hu
was tortured and killed by highway
men. Tho murder occurred In his
homo on Llnndnlo turnpike, near
aiovoland, on tho night of April 8.
Ho lived tho llfo of a hermit, but In
Bplto of tho current report that ho
Itndolorr, arrested at noon horo today,
for shooting to kill her husband near
Cincinnati, confessed tho crime, .and
announced her desire .to go hnck to
Ohio to faco trial.
Tho woman mado a complete confes
sion to tho pollco nn hour after she
was arrested. Sho was found living
with her sister, Mrs. Fred Schcpfor,
here. Tho pollco searched tho Schep
fcr homo nnd found the woman hiding
It n closet.
"I shot my- hushnnd becnuso ho
mndo falso accusations against me,"
tho womnn Is reported to lmvo told tho
police. "I could not stand the things
ho Rnld nbout me and when ho refused
to retract them after I wont to Cin
cinnati to talk with him, I decided
that It must be his llfo or mine. I shot
him twice when wo woro In tho woods
togothcr. I thought ho was dead nnd
l,lc,1to lho on,y rofugo I had, my sis
er' '
Relloves SocIiiIMh Should be Hepre
fcC'iitcd, Bridgeport, Conn., April- 10. Gover
nor Bnldwin believes that the Social
ists or Connecticut siiouiu navo .pro-
..n.ll,hnl HA..HnUAMMilMH I.. tU AnHr
iiiii liiiiiiii iitiii iici'iiiiiliiiii in iiii li-iiii.ii
nrsembly. desplto the fact that they
re not strong enough-In any singlo
'district to elect-their candidate. Ho
thnt ho believed tho fact that the So-
.cinnsis poucn a voio ot la.wu in mo
state entitled them to representation.
on His TrincR
Johnstown, Pa., April 10. Colonel
nooscvolt spoko at Jonnnottc to 1,001);
Gioensburg, l.fiOO; r.ntrohc, 1,000;
Plalrsvlllo 800. At Grccnsburg ho wild:
"I am glad at last In Pennsylvania
j on will hnvo n chance to show thnt
the bosses I wnnt you to show noxt
Saturday ns they did In Illinois yes
tcrday that you aro nblo to govern
yourselves. Tho bosses nrp nfrnld to
trust you. They have brought out fnko
Roosevelt candidates to dlvldo tho
voto. . I wnnt you to support Mnhlon
II. Meyero and W. T. Raldrlgo. They1
nro straight goods,
Supposed YcBKincn Arrested.
I'nlnosvlllo, O., Apill 10. Thrno mop
suspected of being Implicated In futllo
uttcinntH to lob tho postofllces nt Mnd
Iton nnd I'ovry iarly today woro nr
rchtcd by MivrKhnl Moloney nt Wlll
ougbby this nftcrnoon.
Sheriff nnkor and Deputy Sheriff
QnivoH went to bring them back to
tho county jnll lor detontlon iMjudlng
iuvestlgntinn by tho federal Inspectors.
In tho Just two months cracksmen
lmvo secured $20,000 loot from postor
Jlces In northorn Ohio,
Col. llrjun nt Iuillniiiipolls,
Indlnnnpolls, Ind., April 10. William
J Bryan will spenlc on "Democracy'H
Triumph" nt .tho Jofferson dny Imn-
iiiet of 1.000 Democrats of Indiana
here, Friday night, according to nn
announcement today. Senator Kem
will net ns toastinaster. Bryan will bo
entertained by Governor nnd Mrs.
Marshall during, his vls.lt horo.
'"' MIsH ?IOlf4int ItCtllCH.
Wichita Fulls, Tox.. April 10. Aftor
an exhibition flight hero, Miss Mathlldo
Molsant, probably tho most noted wo
man aviator In tho oountry, nnnounc
ed hor retirement from tho Hying
game.
"My relative!! have been urging mo
for Homo tlmo to quit," uald Miss
Molsant, "nnd when I learned of tho
death of Cal Rodgers, I mado up my
mind to glvo up aviation."
l!sciih!Cil No Polities.
Youngstown, O , April 10. Woodrnw
Wilson, In his first publlo uppearnnco
In Qhlo since ho became- ri candldntq
for tho piesldcncy, refused to (IIk-uss
politics.
Flvo hundred persons grcotod him
lit io this uftornoon when ho passed
tluough oniouto to Pittsburg to speak
thero tonight. ,'5riJ
"For reasons which nro obvious." he
said, "I con't talk politics here." Ho
shook hands with overy one who mnn
nged to reach him.
On his wny bore, speaking of tho
primaries In Illinois. Tho former must
be taken with equanimity, the latter
with modesty. I oannot forecast tho
llnal result "
U AkmihsIii,
Fort Wnv if, Apr. 10 Bloodhounds
today were plnced on the trail of tho
unknown assassin who last night
I' H i&
nh,tt.ni!SHr:.,,t ,s bcl,cvod that ho
really had Uttlo or no mnnnv.
shot nnd probably fatally wounded II.
T' larup, of near Convoy, Ohio,
While tho latter was sitting In his
homo by a window rending. Tho
shooting wits dono with n rlllo, tho
bullot onibeddlng its -if In Laruo's
bend. Physicians today held out Ut
tlo hopo of recovirv.
Jew I'nug: Ail h eil.
Columljus, 0 April 10. A -nlu-able
acaulslllon to the pehitentlurj
lnundry nrrlvod today from Cleve.
lnnd In tho form and person of Jow
Pnng, Chinaman, who Is to serve n
threo-yonr sontence for shooting up n
brothor Chinaman, who refused to
pay "tribute to the Hip Sing society
of which Pnnir uiw it mnr.i1ir. Print-
Is tho first Chln.unan to wear i)rls -
on clothes In the past four years.
.. .
Jew will got his first regular Unit
ed States' haircut this afternoon.
Almost u Mli-nclo.
Ono of tho most startling changes
over seen lr( any tnun, nccotiTlpg to W.
II. Holsoln-wv -Clarendon, Toxas, was
effected years'ttgn In his brothor. "Ho
had such a dreadful cough," -he -writes,
"that nil oilr family thought ho was
trolng Into consnmp.ion, but ho began
to ubo Dr. King's NVw Dlicovory, nnd
was completely tnrt-d by ion bottles.
Now ho Is sound nnd wclland weighs
218 pounds. Foiiinnn yonrs our fam
ily has used this wonderful remedy
for cougJis nnU1 colds with excellent
results." It's quick, safe, rollnblo and
guaranteed. PrlCo 50 cents nnd $1.00
Tr(nl bottlo froo, at Tsehanon IJros.
lluiilc u JIllo Wide.
Illckin.in, ICy.',, Aurll 11. The ere'
vnsso In the- government leveo, which
broke l.int FrldrfjVln one mil" wldo
today and tho Water Is still Hooding
Into the lteilfoot lake dUtrlct today
but further damage !b not anticipat
ed. Gnpriiim-nt engineers who havo
axamliu'd tht break- estlmnto 'that in
some places insldo thu levee line the
water hii scooped out holes to n
dopth of 50 feet.
Tho government relief work Is now
systemnils'id. It Is planned to brinF,
rations for 3,000 people hero every
four, dn vs.
Mr. I.i wig WhKrs and hor 12-year-ohl
daiiKhter, who wore hcllevd
to h.ivc driivvned, wore rcsoued yeslcr
day nfUr Invlng lived faco to fate
with drith for Tour i1mk, Walters
and his oilur two chlldr-n were nl
roaiU in oj) the refuge"' her'".
Mayor Shank of Indianapolis,
Bccuuso ho led In a local move
ment to help rcduco the high cost of
living, Mayor Shan't la being sought
by cities over tho United States to
help them In tholr own problem. Ho
has been called cast to spread his
religion of municipal hlp for tho
consumer, and has received hundreds
of lottois regarding same. Now tho
city of Cloveland has asked him
to help Inaugurate a market plan
which will give tho consumer a
chance to buy his foodstuffs di
rect from the producer, and thereby
cut out the middlemen at a consid
erable saving. Cleveland is also to
tuko up the plan of using vacant
lots for gardening, and thereby help
tho people.
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WANTICD iNwril)oys. Call nt .Mirror
office nt four o'clock. tf
"WAXTKD To rent 2 unfurnished
dawn stairs rooms. iMuvt bo cen
trally located. Address K, II. M ,
caro of Mirror. 1-10-31
AVANTHD iLady or gotitloman agent
In this town and vicinity for nn
article used In overy home. 130.00
can bo earned weekly. No money
to start. AVrlto today. Address
IIok 271 "A," Tyrone, Pa. 1-10-41
WANT13D AVashlngs to do. Cull
Y-13Bfi. 4-10-3t)pd
Glauses lotted.
J S. LUNGER, M. D., fits glasses, re
moves adenoids, treats tho diseases
of tho eye, ear, nose and throat.
OlTico 138 1-2 H. Centor St., opposite
Clarion hotel. Phono 8C.
G-24-tt
For Rent.
VOIX IlliNT 3 furnished rooms In
modern home; two of them for
light housekeeping, 222 Windsor
street. -l-9-Gt
For Balo.
:lru SATB Eggs for setting.
pure
... iti..nui. -.. '. ....
blood silver laced Wandotts. fall
'phono C303. Mrs, W. T. Owen, R.
R. G. 4-11-Gt
FOR SALE: On account of moving
will soil Mnhognny upright iplan,
new Christmas, combination oak
bookcase, singlo lied, springs and
mnttresa, small dresser, wash stand
stands, rockers, rugs nnd portiere.
Phone R-1129 or call 411 South
State street. 4-9-31
FOR SALE Eggs for hatching from
my exhibition nnd extra good lay
ing strain Bnrrod Plymouth Rock,
$1.00 nnd $1.50 per 15. Phil Itaber
man, C24 N. Stato St. Phono L
119C. 4-C-Ctcod
FOR SALE R. O. Rliodo Island Red
eggs from cholco hens, selected from
250 birds, from prize winning ock,
noted for laying strnln, fancy and
high scoring birds. Eggs, best pen,
75 cents per 15, Mrs. Elmer Beers,
R. D. 8, Marlon, Ohio. Tclophono
15-X-l Klrkpatrlck.
3-20 4-G-13p
FOR SALE Eggs for batoning;
Rliodo Island Reds; 15 eggs for
40c. Phono Y-922. M. Makeover,
Kouslngton Ave. l-S-Swkspd
FOR SALE Chestnut coal. Help
yoursolf whllo there Is plenty. Also
largo quantities of gonulno Poca
hontas lump. J. L. Prlco Co. 3-12lf
FOR SALE Eggs for hatching, Roso
Comb Rhodo Island Whites, $1.00,
$1.50 and $2.00 per 15. Samo us
sumo breeders ask $2.00, $5.00 nnd
$10.00 por 15. Order early ns I
was hundreds of eggs short of or-
A'bout 100 men took part In the an
nual sucker "dlvo" nt Schenevus In
tho pong of tho electric light com
pany, nnd tho number of suc-kcrn
caught by actual count was 1,215. Th -llnh
are not hooked but caught In a
largo net which Is put down through
a. channel In tho Ice.
3K7BStt!EX'JB33XWCT )
Loans
Made quickly and quiet
ly on Furniture, Pianos,
etc. Our money is good,
our rates are good. Why
i pay more?
Marion Chattel
Loan Co.
10G 1-2 S. Alain St.
SOME CHEAP HOUSES.
." rooms Wet Center 81 150
n l-oiiui l'les Ave $1300
7 rooms Fles Ave SI mil)
(i i-ooiiis Mound htreet
(I iooiils Glad .street
." rooniH Cottugo Glad .St. . . .
0 rooms Glad htm-l
1 rooms David St. New
II rooms Oak St , . . .
rooms, cottage, N. Main St. .
8 i-ooniH Grand Ave. ,,
I i-ooiuh Mound St
(I rooms Uncaplu'i- . ,
Si ton
S1200
M200
SI ill) II
$1000
$1000
$7fl()
SI 100
St (ISO
SI 000
ft room Iioiim) nnd two 1s
Waterloo St St 700
1 rooms Chchter St . SHOO
ft 1-oom.s Clioter St Si 100
(I inoiiift Mound S. . ,. .. SI 000
BARND & MONNETTE
Koom 10 llubcr Bldg. Phono loat,
H
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Colbixm I
STRAYED
or STOLEN
dcra Inst year. II. t. Ker-ler, 4C1
Summit St. Phones R-C87 and L
383. 3-2-nc(l&sat-2nio
li"OR SALE TCgBS lor tmtchlnff from
my exhibition and laying strains of
Rarred Plymouth Rooks, 7Cc per
15 eggs; S. C. Whlto Loghorns, 7Gc
per IB eggs; It. C. R. I. Rods, $1.00
por 15 eggs; Whlto Wyandott eggs,
$3 nnd $5 por 15 oggs; baby chicks
from any of abovo pons on short
notice, Bprlngere, egga and fowls for
eating a epcclalty nny itlmo of the
year. Kensington Poultry' & Pet
Stock Yards. Dooklng orders now
Phono 1314. 3-lS-tf
FOR SALE The concrete blocks
that have material In them to make
them ring like s'cel. J, L. Prlct
Co., tolcphone 284. 10-tf
FOR SALE Good bargains In Ash
tabula county farms; also Marlon
property for oalo or rent. See E. J.
Cox, Real Estate Agent, over
Turncr'e grocery Phone R-470.
FOR SALE: Best guaranteed roofing
In Marlon county. Inquire of J. L.
Trice Co. Tel. 284. 10-tf
FOR SALE Concreto fence posts;
guaranteed; tho kind you can staple
to; no wood. J. L. Price Co., tele
phone 284. 10-tf
FOR SALE Best grades Portland
cement; quality and price guaran
teed; also Whlto Roclc plaster, the
kind that sticks to the wall and
does not crack. J. L. Price Co..
Telephone 2S4. 10-tf
FOR SALE Sewrr pipe, drain tilo
and all kinds of building material,
prices right; let us figure your ma
terial for you; can toll you the
proper amounts you will need; in
cidentally wo have tho best grades
of coal. J. L. Price Co., tolephonc
284. 10-tf
FOR SALE Whlto plno lath; fine
ones. Inqulro before purchasing.
Yours truly, J. L. Prlco Co.; use
cedar posts. Telcphono 284. lOtf
Miscellaneous.
EGOZliN 2,713, rword 2 0(i 1-4,
will mike Silicon of 1912 at Powers'
Kirn, 132 north Main street, novvers
and Smith, owners. Phone ill or
1574 for date, 4-10-Gteodpd
BARGAIN FRUIT TREES 500
cherry and plum trees for 25 cents
each lrldny and SiUurdnv at Long's
Livery barn, north Main stre t.
l.Vra faldwcll. l-l0-3tpd
ORAIG'S REPAIR SHOP Repair
furniture, does upholstering nnd nil
Kinds of ropnlr work; have an espe
cially good grade of fu nature pol
ish nnd vnrnlsh for sale. 119 E.
Church. Pfc-7110 R-09S 3-30-lmo
FOR AUCTIONEERING At sales of
any and all kinds, at any tlmo, see
Carey Hensol, Marlon R. R. 1, or
cell at this office, 12-7-tf
MOVING, TRANSFER AND STOR
AGE Wo move, crate, storo and
do transfer work nt any time
Phone 1605, S. Knoch, 322 Bel
mont. PRODUCE
F0UTUNES
IlllZES fur patents. Patents rocural
t throuKlt hi advertised without churro,
New IttR of inventions m-ftlivl nnit hnhhUiln
liuvrr. "ilintn in inventora." "VVliv noma
Inventors full." I look nu patent, benil in
I miloh ulrMrh n. vnntfol fnr nwiri h nt futent
Office. reconlu nnd repoi ton patentability. Special
nircnlH In 600 cltloa and tnwns. Mr, (Irccloy wlilh
Acting Commiioncrof fnlnntHlinil lullclmnranr
U.S. Patent Ofllca. (HUIHI.r.Y A: MnlNTItli:,
l'ntuiit Attorneys. VVaililiiutoii, 1). U.
See the Clark Co. for Farms
and City Homes.
A varloty to suit the common peo-
plo ns wail ns the most fashionable.
Do not only glvo your oar to our plea,
wo want vour prosonco so wo can In
struct you moro fully. Somo cholco
homes In Marion to sell. Homes In
Dolawaro and Columbus, nho farms
In Marlon and overy cotinty round
ing It as woll ns many other Ohio
counties. Wo can sell you lnnd In
Michigan. Unimproved farms, $5 por
aero up to $20, Improved rarms $30
up to $75, small payment down, bal
ance long time at 6 per com. Firs:
oxourslon, Tuasday, April 10, Wo can
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handlo or aulf Consts or East To.ns.
Land In Arkansas that will producn
any kind of orops. Wo can treat you
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You that cannot rent land In Ohio,
come with us and wo will tako what
you pay rent for ono year down and
wait on balance until you can im
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Itself. Why rent when you can own
yaur own home. Seeing Is believing.
Come and see. Wo can trado some
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monvber niir place, OITIco 111 Court
St, Minion, Phono 877,
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Announcements.
For Representative.
Editor Of Tho Mirror; .
Pleaso announco that I nm a
candidate for tho nomination to lho
Cfflco of Representative on thu
emocrntlc ticket lb, bo v.olcd for at
tho coming primary, (May 2lst, lil2.
I." &.' dUTHERY. ,
I'or Representative',
RJUor 'Mlrror-KIcnso, .announco
to tho Democratic volfire of Marlon
county that I nm a. candidate for tho
nomlnutlon for Roprosontntlvc, sub
ject to tholr decision nt tho primary
to bo held Mny 21, and respectfully
solicit their support. . .
N. E. ARNOLD.
For Probate 'uifgc.
Editor iMIrror: Please announco b
tho voters of Marlon county that I nm
n. cnndldnto for a neennd term ns pro
bato Judge, nnU will nipprcclato tholr
support. W. S. SPENCER.
For Prosecutor.
Editor Mirror: Please announco to
tho Democratic vatcraof Marlon county
that I nm a candldato for prosecuting
attorney nt tho Democratic primaries
to bo held May 21, 1912. If electod,
this will bo tho only public oftlco I
havo ever neld. I earnestly npp'bai to
each and every Democrat to holtf hie
in this effort to "mako good."
HOMER E. JOHNSON.
For Prosecutor.
Editor Mirror; Pleaso announce
that I am a candldato for tho nomi
nation of prosecuting attornoy sub
ject to tho will of tho Domocratlo
voters of Marlon county at tho pri
mary election May 21, and that I will
appreciate any asslBtanco glvon to me
during this campaign.
Respectfully,
CHARLES H. CONLEr.
For Clerk of Courts.
Mr. Editor: Pleaso announce that
I nm a candidate for nomination for
clerk of courts, subjoct to tho decision
of tho Domocratlo voters of Marion
county, at tho coming primary elec
tion. FRANK L. SPICER.
For Clerk or Conns.
Editor Mirror: Ploaso Announce
that I am a candidate for tho Demo
cratic nomination for clerk of courts
at the primaries 'May 21, 1912.
LEWIS W. TRON.
For County Commissioner.
Editor Mirror Please announce)
that I am a canuldato for tho nomi
nation for county commissioner sub
ject to tho will ot tho Democratle
voters at thee coming primary.
JOHN HANLEY.
Tor County Commissioner.
Editor Mirror: Pleaso announco
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..
For County commissioner.
Editor Mirror: Pleaso nnnpunco in
your paper that I nm a candidate for
tho Democratic nomlnutlon for county
commlwilonor, subject to tho Domo
cratlo primaries to bo held May 21.
J J. LOYER.
For County Commissioner.
Editor Mirror: Pleaso announco to
tho Domocratlo voters ot tho county
thnt I am a candldato for tho nomi
nation for county commissioner, sub
ject to tho will of tho Domocraitta
voters nt tho primaries to bo held May
21 1912
"'lewis ALMENDINGER.
For County CommisMouer.
Editor Mirror Pleaso announco
that I am a candldato for nomination
for county commissioner, scc6nd'term,
subjoct to tho decision of tho Demo
cratic voters at tho primaries May 21,
J. K. I.EEPER.
For County CommKsloner.
Editor Mirror: I'leitso announco
that I am a candldato fnr county com
missioner subject to tho decision of
tho Democratic voters nt tho primaries,
May 21. J. H. RAUB.
For County Auditor.
Editor Mirror: Pleaso announco to
tho Domocratlo voters of Marlon coun
ty that I am a cnndldnto for County
Auditor nt tho primaries to be hold
Ma7 21, 1912.
JOHN K. PETERS
For Recorder,
Editor Mirror: Ploaso announce
that I am a candidate for county- re
corder, subject to the will of the Dem
ocratic voters of Marlon county at
the omlnK primary election,
WESLEY MILLER.
For Recorder.
Editor Mirror: Please announca
to the Dnmocratle, voters ot Marlon
county that I am a candidate for the
nomination for county rocorder at
tho primaries, May 21.
WILLIAM J. BE1TEH.
For Recorder.
Editor Mirror: Please announca
that I am a candidate for tho nomina
tion for county recorder, subjoct to
the will of the Democratic Totem at
tho coming primary.
JOHN J. BTAFOTOrtD.
For Recorder,
Editor Mirror: Please,, announce
that I am a candldato for tho Demo
cratic nomination for county recorder
at the primaries, May 21,
E. II. HUQGINS.
For Sheriff.
EDITOR MIRROR Please an
nounee In your "paper tial I am a
candidate for tho nomination tor
sheriff, subject to the wlU of the
Democratic voter nt the coming prl
mary. aE,ORGli ORIANS.
For SlicrifT, j.
I dcslro to announce and sollclPsup
port of all Democratic, voter, of Ma
rlon county thnt J nm a can,44date for
tho nomination of short ft sntfetaot to
lho primaries to bn hold May Slut.
CORNELIUS I1REEN.
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