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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR THURSDAY, JAN. 3, .11)07
January Clearance Sale
on all Men's, Youno:
on all Men's, Young Men's, Boys' and
Children's Overcoats. Every article in
the store at a reduced price.
B. DICKINSON & CO.
123 East Center Street
DEAF MUTES ARE
WDDED AT SANDUSKY
Sandusky,, 0., .Inn. a. Newton 0.
Realty, aged 17, of Elyrlu and Kiitlc
C. Fey aged 4G 'ot Vermillion, deaf
mutes, were married In tlio probate
office hero tills morning. Dr.
Charles Stroud, president of the ety
council, acted as Interpreter In sign
on BLANKETS and
The mild weather of this winter
has left us with too many blank
ets and comforts. Wo don't want
to carry them over So havo con
cluded to sacrifice all tho profit i
Buy now for they will never do
31.00 Oomfort3 o'r blankets for 80c
Men's G5c fleece lined underwear 30
Men's duck coats 95c up
glen's wool socks per pair . . -. 15c
8c Flannels per yard 5c
January bargains in all departments.
115 and 147 South "Main Street.
J, B. LAYTON.
these specials arc going fast. Bet
ter come in and lay in a supply.
before too, late. Wo havo added a
fow moro to the list.
Burnham's Jcllicon from 10c to 5c
None Such Quick Jell from 10c to 5c
Tooth picks from 5 to 2'sc
Gome, in and see theso bargains.
Wo deliver anywhero in tho city.
Phono ?I) 201) E. Cculcr Street.
Agency .' Wood's Uoslou Coi'l'co
4 IS NOW ON.
Bring in your sale
checks and get your
COME TO THE BIG
Coats, Suits and Jack-
All our Furs just J
Chas. McClain Breaks His
GRAND LARCENY CHARGE
Hangs Over Man's Head at
Breach of Warranty Suit Filed in
Common Pleas Court Injunction
Charles McClain, arrested New
Year's cvo for tho theft of a bicycle
from I3. A. Mannhan, and bound
over to court, was Thursday morning
taken to the Mansfield , reformatory.
McClain was sent to the reformatory
about threo years ago on a grand
larceny chaige, It being proven that
he had stolen somo nicely carved
headstones from the Houpt Monu
Ho was paroled last October and
has been In trouble tevtral tlme9
since thou, an investigation by Chief
Cornwoll developing the fact that he
has repeatedly violated his parole
Ulnco his release.
Tho .Mansfield authorities were not
ified and a, guard camo ov6r and
took McClain buck at 12:10 o'clock
Thursday p. in. Hq Is considered a
troublesome man by the local police,
and It Ik said that his record In tho
reformatory Is Hitch that it would not
bo a strong recommondntion for his
release nny sooner than Is necessary.
Through their attornoy C. L. Just
ice, Arthur .Icrow and wlfo Thursday
filed a petition against t John .(.
Parish mid others. Tho petition al
leges a breach of warranty, It being
claimed that, tho plaintiffs purchased
a piece of property In Olenwoud ad.
dltlon of tho defendants, and gavo
100 In cash and olevou notes for tho
remainder. It Is claimed that this
property was represented to them as
being unincumbered, -but the plain
tiffs claim that they havo uliiro
learned that the Uoniu riulldliig Sav
ings and Loan company holds a
mortgage ugnlnsl tho property for
Tho pliilntlfl'H assert that thoy arc
willing to icdeod the property to
Parish If lie will return the nionoy
they havo paid, together with the
notes they gave, but tho defondant
refuses to do thin.
It Is therefore asked that an In.
Junction bo Issued, restraining the
defendants from disposing of any of
the notes, und that the deed bo set
aside an tho original pavmont re
turned to them.
Probate .Judge Foster is in re
ceipt of a letter fiiun .John V. Dun
kie,' of Pittsburg asking for infor
mation .relative to tho petition for
natuinlization, presented by Oiaeh
imo l)i .Uenedotto, ,Tho lotler state.i
Miat tlie offico of -the United Stales
attornoy for tho western distriot of
Pennsylvania has runeilled tlio j.n
pers of IJonedotta as liaving been
fraudulently obtained. It U chmw
fhey whro issued by the probnte
court of tliis county on Ootoliar Ul,
.Tuilgo Foster Iuih inSTsligated tlio
m'.'ttor and finds absolutely no re
cord c,f nny such papers having been
issued by tho probato court. i
iMio will of Hugh Durkin, Into of
Jfoiitgmniery township, Iia. been
filed for probato. A hearing1 will bo
had on January 17.
Mrs. Austin's famous Pancake flour
made from tlio three 'grnt stnff? of
Hfo, wheat, corn and rleo.
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'4 '. J"i '! ''i '1 ".
Awaiting Action of the
FARMERS MEAN BUSINESS
And Some Interesting De
Residents of Rural Districts Want
same Rate as LaRue Subscribers
Also n Better Service.
"We are merely awaiting the ac
tion of the Telephone company nml
it it ignores our resolution entire
ly and takes no definito steps to
wards settlement jboforo i'.Iui Jfifs
tcentli of the montlr- we will til once
ecvnincncc a enilvass of the county
teeming all telephone subscribers
signature und then perhaps our
pku will he observed," said V. A.
Lucas, president uf. tho Farmer's
orgnniy.atitiu Thursday when iulcr
viewt'd, (Hoarding- .the content iim
wJiii'li has arisen between country
subscribers and the Citizen's Tele
When asked what constituted tho
main cnnse of such a remonstrance
on the part if the farmers, Mr.
'Lucas stated Hull it was not so
much tho fino wliicli the company
intends to impose lor slow pay
ments but the i'act Hint t lie sub
scribers of i.uKue have received
tilicir 'phones fur n renin! of .fjii
for the past two years while the
.Marion subscribers have been eq-m
pelled to pay 18.
Tliu Telcphono company lias tak
en no net ion whatever in the 'mut
ter but it is understood that it will
be thoroughly discussed at the
regular monthly meeting of the di
rectors to bo held "next Wednesday.
A director if the company (staled
Thursday that ho considered the de
mands of the farmers very unfair
as the company has never made any
money out of its country lines and
service as lias been given them is
not suipiisicd or oven equalled in
nny county in the slate of "Ohio.
"Tim 4'nrilHM'ii firn mnititli' .. lw.it-
.,inn. fr i,i,. ...... i..i 1..... n ' .
enter into such a combino for tlieic.
J1II Vil L11V.11 l.lll 11 III lllin it iit:ii I I I - V I
n -- --,-- t -.-
isn't n telephone company on tho
fice of the earth that will lower its
intes to a losing basis und in casu
dint stfch protests becomes general
i telephone monopoly must neces
sarily result and then rates will
onr to unlimited heighths," declar
ed the director. Ho furthermore
tnted thai the reason why Iho La-
Rue subscribers have been charged
only .flfj is becauso there is only
about twenty Citizen' s phones in
and around thai village and conse
quently tho .subscribers' haven't cue
tentih the service that lias a Marion
Late Thursday afternoon tlio of
ficers .of tlio fanner's organization
asked thai tho following article bo
published in answer lo Mr. Oiilh
ery's slatcmenls in Wednesday 'tf
"We do not consider it unfair
to ask that the Marion county tele
phone company to cut prices to .fl5
when the said company has for Hie
past two yi'iii-a furnished first class
service lo its subscribers in Laltue
lor said amount. Furthermore Mini
it is very inconvenient to liu placed
uu mi eight party Hue where some
times !t is impossible lo get cen
tral tor J nun twq jiiiuutes lo two
hours and then bo limited to a
three minute- talk. Wo do not con
sider it more expensive to build" n
line form 7 to S miles in length,
in th country for eight subscribers
than to build one fnin one lo two
nulla in the city, for one .subscrib
er. However wo do not consider
Mr. (I nth cry's .statements in Wed
nesday's Star official and await
his official .answer to our resolu
tions, immediately after tho meet
ing df the board of .directoi-s of,
said efflripnny on Wednesday, Jan.
W. A. LIT AS, President.
The Pure Food
25c, 35c Jar, at
F. J. LUSCH
N.H. Cor. State & Center Sts.
J Vi j.l..fl. k.bS ti" i' '
APPLE BUTTER 1 1
Mow Is the Time
and this Is the
I and f
At a large and beautiful appointed
curd party, given by Mr. and Mrs.
Kred Haberman, last evening. Mrs.
William It. Ulnghnm of Mt. Clemens,
Michigan, and Dr. and Mrs. Chester
Carlisle, of YVUlard New York, wore
An Informal reception was followed
by an Interesting card scries, sixteen
tables of live hundred having been
played. Mrs. Stewart F. Godden was
favored of fortune- In holding high
3coro for the ladles, while Mr. Wil
liam Nelson carried off the gentle,
men's honors . . .,
Clusters of deep crimson carnations
banked with grqwlng ferns and
palms were tho attractlvo
house dccoratlonH.i.A dainty luncheon
wan served at half after ten.
Present from out of town were Mi
and Mrs. Sugarnian. of Pittsburg,
nnd Mr. and Mrs.t James Allen, oc
The Fortnightly club mot regularly
Wednesday with Mrs. E. .1. Stanley,
of Columbia street, west.
The afternoon was a thoroughly
pleasurable one, ombroldery and a
dainty spread being among Its dc.
Club guests were Mrs. Stewart, of
Urbana, Mrs. Charles Pace and Mrs.
D. K. Winters, of Caledonia; Mcs.
dames D. H. Crlsslngor, James H.
Iiyton, Arthur Hryuut, Ceorgo Von
Stein, Christian Mclloy und William
The Weekly Literary dub did notj
meet last nigiii, owing 10 iiu: .in
Hcneo from the city of a number of
Mi members". Tlio club will bo en
tertained uc.t Wednesday night by
Forest .Shield, of Lhist Church si.
An excellent program "will bs rcn
deied on this occasion.
Miss I'JIhcl Krauso was hoslcsn to
tho inoinbeffl or her brhlgo club
At a delightful meeting of the Km.
broldor club josterday iifliTiionn
Miss Jessie Klslcr,x of Prospect
street, north wai tho hostess.
Social amuscnionts or the most
formal nature wlilled away tho hours
until twilight, when a dainty tea
Non-resident members present wcro
Miss Carrie Llnsley, of Chicago, II.
llnols, nnd Mrs. Camnltz (Anna Van
Demark) of New York City.
Mrs. R. O. Dolson, South Prospect
idreet, wns the Lndles' Kmbroldery
Circle of yesterday. At tho close of
n pleasant und profitable season with
embroidery, a delicious buffet lunch
eon was served.
iMtrs.v Dolbon's gust other than
club members wero Mrs. Victor Oll
moro, of Marietta, and Mrs. James
Honoring Miss Genus MncFarland,
of Columbus, guest of Mls3 corn
Virden, of St. James street, .Mr.
Walter J. Copo dollghtfully enter.
talned at cards at his home on ui-
npy Avenue Wednesday evening. Tho
company of guests numbered twen.
ty- : . . .
Tho ovonlng was uevoieu to pro
gressiva pedro and after an Interest
ing season, the honors woro tuvmcu
by Mr. Rex Androws and Miss lscnh
Rhodes. Light refresliments and
several musical flections by Prof.
Frodorlck IJorryman, wcro concluding
Honoring- h3r birthday annivorsary,
very Pleasant surprise was perpe.
trated upon Mrs. DoLos DoWolf, by a
company of guests, numbering twenty
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Our Anniversary Sale is in full blast, the greatest evter.
All goods cut in price.
Men's and Boys' Sweaters 1-2 price. , ,,,
Canvas Gloves, 2 pairs for 5c.
All Suits and Overcoats from 20 to 30 of a cut.
Come in and look them ocr.
HUGHS 6t CLEARY
at her home on t'ast Fanning street
Wednesday night. The evening pissed
pleasantly at music and social Inter
course. The out-of.town guests pres
ent were Mr. Samuel Hlcgcr, of New
York City, and Mrs. C,'oljai, of
A very delightful i-oclnl event of
last evening was the stag card party
given by U. M. Sliute, at his home
on Knst Church street. Mr. Sliute
was host to twenty-two of his gan.
tlenien friends. Progressive Ecven
up was the game of the evening nnd
H. W. Donlthcn was awarded the
prize. Mr. Donllheu won the small,
est number of games of any of tho
players. At the conclusion of the
card games, a fine Dutch lunch wii3
served and tho remainder of the
evening was spent with music and
.TJic guests were: W. T. Smith,
W. Fies, C. D. Walters, Charles
iGompf, KImer Scliocnlaub, K. K.
UubIi, Fied Schalfor, Art. Hryanl.
F. 10. Coon. W. Phllllans, Dr. C.
W. Crawiner, Charles Hobonuan, W.
Gorton, S. Rosenberg, 11. F. Snider,
D. Myers, Will Mln-hull. William
Lusch, C. T. -Kelloy, Charles Smith,
Hoko W. Donlthcn, n. W. McKInley
and A. A. Gottschall.
Mr. Sliute will entertain with an
other stag party this evening.
Over an Inch of Rain . cli'vftjd.ncs
dayNight! ' J."
Oicr :iu inch of rain fell Wed
nesday night in tlii-. cily und ail
cvver liic county. Tlio' rniiu'wus ac
companied by Jiigh wiiids add a gJA"
crous amount of Miuudjv iijnl ligl(t
ning. 'Tho ibiiuagc i'Voin .IJ(c latter
u.is very slighl. : it,
Tho heavy lains following those
of the ipasl week havo niaibi mo-t
of tho county streams ragiijg tor
rents und .several of the streams nio
out of Until banks. I'ulc&s the ram
ceases it is 'feared that considerable
damage may bo done by tlio floods.
Tho high winds and the electrical
stonu worked havoc with tho tele
phone wires of both tho Hell and
Citizens' ci'inpaniis in this city and
the county, putting many lines out
of order anil in some instances,
bringing tho wires to tho ground,
lloth companies Thursday had large
.forces of men out making the neces
Don't sulfer with cold, clamy
feet. Klcctropodes positively make
them warm. Ak tho druggist.
jBt K nUUULnu are an inexpensive luxury-- I
Bi' B ey pay for themselves. All styles are here-- I " $
Bi 'HftN a 'are assortment of sizes and widths. '
Bvl - oMMnT Sandal Btv l.-
Otto Mahaffey and Will
Mayse in Trouble.
CHARGED WITH STEALING
And Attempting to Depose of
Horse and Buggy.
Rig had Been Rented From Clyde
Sherman Frison;rs are Brought
Back to Face Charge.
At templing to sell a horse and
hugiry which they hud rented from
Clyde Siiermaii, of this city, Otto
Mahaffey,' aged 10 years and Will
iam Mayse, aged 22, of this cily,
were uriested Wednesday night by
the police of Den ware.
The young men went' to the Sher
man livery barn early cilnesday
evening and runted the rig Jor tnu j
nmiioso oi tuning n mmmi tiismiin-
east ol Prospect
they intended to
where they said
stay the night.
Thev .stated that they would return
early Thursday morning.
Instead of stopping at the place
they intended, Mahaffey and Muy.so
drove on to Delaware and going to
a livery barn tried to sell the outfit
for ."rPJ"). It was valued at -t200.
The liveryman examined tho rig I
and tliscoveictl tho horso wns tho
same cue ho tried to purchase- from
Mr. Sherman several weeks ago.
He told the boys to wail u (minute
and steuniiig inside lo a telephone
called tlio police who took .Mahaf
fey nml Mayse in charge.
Charged with stealing and al
teiupliiig ly dispose of I lie rig Iho
young men admitted their guilt, say
ing that they wauled to sell the
rig and go to Columbus where Ihey
both have tw eel hearts.
IS IT ANY WONDER THIS STORE GROWS
SO RAPIDLY WHEN PRICES PREVAIL
Ladies' GOc fine storm over
Misses' rolled edge overshoes
Children's rolled edgo over
Children's plain overshoes 25c
Misses' storm overshoes.. 3fic
Men's rubber boots .. SI, 98
The Racket Store
I I tfto't
y i;i I
Hotii bos me well known in thu
u' and tncir ai'ti..u utvn as a
siupiiso to, i he local police. Captain
Worlhingtoi), of the local force wen1'
lo Helawnre Thiir-day iiionung and
brought baciv tho buys for a hear
ing before .Mayor ,SclIrff .
When the boys were brought heiu
this ntliTiiui.it Captain Worlhingtou
produced twi revolvei's that they
'mil been lclieved of by the L)elu-
waic police. Young Mahaffey had a '
picture in his pocket ot Mrs. in-
nic- llopkiu, who i'orincrly worked v-,,,
at the Dairy restaurant, lie was en
mule to CiiliiuibiK to cc tho woman
when in rested in Delaware. ' '
1 lie mayor will give the case u
(inrrett Xistcr, u monumental
worker employed lit the establish-
meat of W. C. Houpt works, yes
terday, forucd a check on his em
ployer for .-M2 and skipped town.
Xestur cashed tiie check at the res
taurant of lieu Mi '.-tier where ho
had been bojirding.
Mr. Houpt thin morning filed an
affidavit against Kestor in the
mayor's -court and the police will
make an effort lo locate him.
Solomon Slant, uu old soldier,
claiming Washington C. 11., ns his-.'
home, was the first drunk to bo ar- t,
rested by the police this year. Slant
was picked up at tlio corner of
j,,,-,, , CmiU-v slrcels last night
cliargd wan drunkenness, loitering
and begging. He (old Iho mayor
(his j,, (lilt Jl0 ilil(j IjCLlll ' o
Toledrt to secure nduiittance to the.
Soldier's home but was refuted and
on Ids way back homo ho slopped
over lt sec the oity. The mayor
told him Mini he musl cither con
tinue on his way or go lo tho wo'
hoiiso for thirty days. "I'm on my"
way" said Solomon, as he hadu
odicu to the mayor and the chief.
The Missionary Circle of the'
First Hapli&t- church met yesterday
afternoon nl Mm church on norlhii
Main street and held a very iuter
I'sliug session. The pogiMiu was
not carried out as arranged but
the iiH'iubcrs spent I lie time discus
sing the missionary subjects of the
jnoiilh. The next meeting will bo
held on the fust Monday in Febru
ary. Children's rubber boots SI. 25
Men's rolled edge ducc rub
ber boots S3. 00
Misses' tubbcr boots .. $1.48
Men's arctics, double sole SI
Men's rolled edge arctics $1.25
Men's felt lined artics S1.48
Men's high top 4-bucklo
arctics SI. 98,