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The only form of food made
from wheat that is all nutri
ment is the soda cracker, and
yet the only soda cracker of
which this is really true is
Tho I only
NATIONAL B1SC0IT COMPANY
BWTnmw i Magasanraftwaraaroiiiimim vii.rirrrrAmmMxt0S3ajamitv3!muuM!auimMoD
C. K. 1BKK.Y, Losso and Mat.
Jan. 5th 1905
Hob Mnnchesjer offers
Pi .euti )!,' for this engage-
mcijf oniy the newest novolty
incut only the newest noyely
On l'u I' till li'ivor Lane-
New "S rK to Hoston, or Hie
"tV-ircliliylit" on the Sound.
in All Stir NivJilevlllo in
'" Ada if llm Item- U
Tho s-rrmil .fo.OOO Spectacular
Tho Birth of tha United State;
or tho Declaration of Indc-
Introducing !-n Hello Wil
i:')D, Idiwdtte Sutherland r,i '
OR yiioon Ro-oo or or,
y tlio Chorua
.Staged with gidt splendor.
Thn iti'l alone is worth tho
mice of admission.
THE SOUTHERN BURLET
TA, OUR GEORGIA ROSE.
Prices 25, 35, 50' 75 cts.
THIS WEEK ,
THE BIGGEST SHOW THIS
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Tito children will enjoy tho per
Matinee Daily 2;30 p. m. 10c.
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Two Shows Niflhtly, 730-8:45
TICKETS IOc AND 20c.
I)'i'WMWi i i) ny m n
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When you want a tool to know
jnct whero you can find it, and at
tho-right price, wo aim to main
tain our reputation in kebpinc
You will always
gOCd.1 WO Bftll.
find our prices
tha finality of
107 SOUTH MAIN ST
S" HOT PRESSED VELLUM
Thin' Is a beautiful stationery first introduced in Marion by ua
too, expeneivo for ordinary lottor
Boo our lino of thojr, product.
soda cracker scientifically
soda cracker effectually
soda cracker ever fresh,
crisp and clean,
soda cracker good at all
In a dust tight,
moisture proof package.
Mansfield and Shblby Dele
gations Fail to Arrive
An,otlier Mcetinc will he Held Fel
ruary 17 -Marion Has . Gcod
Chance to Lund Celebration
Wialher conditions "innl the oh
seiicc iX delegates l'n.n .Mansfield
.and Shelby icntilled-iii n posdpjue
inent 1 L' lln meeting held in (iiilion
Thin day sifleinoiin, which had for
I) ipiiii'jvjsc the, dut.criuiiiutinu of
the point at which the big labor
diy cd'chra'tion will ho held this
Four delegates ip-prcscnlotl tho
allied union inlcie-its of .Marin. 1 and
they were pivpaicd to .show uiiy the
cekbration hhmild he held in this
ritj. However, Mansfield nor .Shel
by were ltpres-enled and for this
reason was thought holler lo de
fer action on this matter until S1111
d'ly, February 17, when another
meeting will lie hold in (lalion. Al
though no dofiuito action was lak
cn, thy Marion delegates fee! every
reason to believe that they will hav5
an evclleiit chance of landing the
li, celebration. . , v
Tiles Curort inftto 14 Days.
PA 7.0 OINTMKNNT Is Guaranteed
t cuio any ear-o of Itching, HP111I
irieoillni; or Protruding PIIo In f. to
II day or monoj' ivniiuleil. rflc.
Of Mm ion City Misdin Holds its
i'Iio offK'hl hoard oC the ATarlnn
CKy .MIrhIoii mot I ho first of tho year
fcr a review or (ho work or tho pant
year and to dlscuns ilano ror tho
new year. Hut Ultftrehaiiso war. made
tu Mm offlrera for tho coinlni; year,
oi-ept for siiporlutcndent. Philip
naurr wa iinaiilmnusly elected sup.
erjatniulont in rlacn of,.f. .Mlllor,
whoro rcHhjuallon has already heforo
tho I oa'-d, owing lo tho fant of hh
aliT'uico Irom tho city. Mrn. IC. J.
Poll waa 1 Plained oh evangelist,
"flip o.ir nineteen hundred and sov-
en In tho iniitli In tho -history of thin
eorcanliMtlou, atu) tho vvorUcra hope
to nittko It tho hot lii Its history. Any
elothltiK will hr gratotully iceolved
and appropriated fpr "tho promotion
of thl'i p,cpd work.
ail Stomath Trouble fvrctl
Ilavliig been nlek for 'the pant two
yeaift wllli a had utomnch Iroulile, a
f 1 loud j?uo me a doso or Clianihor-
lalii'f, Rlnniaeh and Liver Tahlo(s.
Thoy did mo a) mucli toad that I
lnu;ht a liottln or them and liavo
used twelve bci!tlog' In all. TvJay I.
am w'Pll of a had Klomach tioulde.
Mrc. John Iowo, Cooper, .Maluo.
Thero llMlotn ato for talo by all
TRAVELING VIA 0, D. & M.
flu'oiiyii licheU aio now on sale
to cent ii.l, eaf.torn, southern, west
ern ami Miiith-wesleru points in
Ohio. Iiuiuini for sumo at llm luti'i
uihan Ticket Office, Tt means sav
ing to yon. J:M2-tf
Danro tomoi'Kiw night mid every
Saturday night Jn, Selnvliigor's hntl.
writing until now. ,
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TSCHANEN BROS. ,
For Wrestling Match This
Miciirv clever work
Should be Seen in the Three
WoadinnnGecnnd Wilson 'Arrive in
City Confident of Defeating Fred
Bartt the Local Wreoller.
nveryllilng la In readlneaa for tho
wrcotllnu match tonlsht at tho (Irnml
0iera HoiiRe. lloth Woodmansec
and WatBon 'arilvcd In tho oily In
daivand aio in fllio nhapo for the
mill. They aro both very confident
that when tho cnrlain rlngo down
after Iho match, Ha-tl will liavo
Ilartl must thow both men twice
In ninety mlnutea. It oil her Wllcon
or WoodmaiiEeo one fall they win the
content, io it can bo easily Keun
that ho local man. has a niljjhty hard
pruponlllou before hlin. Ho mut bo
careful not, (o allow either ,man to
Ed him In a daiigarnun pjnltlon Jor
onco blii Khnuldcrn aio pinned to the
mat, the contest la over. Ho iiniBt
take Woodmaiirco on at Graeeo.Uoni.
an htylo and Wilson at ealach-aB-catch
can sljlo and an r.oon as 0110 man In
thiown, tho other come on. Thla
litylo or work will i;Ivo Ilartl no
rest whatsoever, so he baa before liim
ninety uilnutcn r haid eoatluuoua
work, unkMS ho can dispose of hh
men In less tlmo.
PEED (DEMON) BAltTL
Vho iu a 2 to 1 Tavorilo in tho
Eett'int; for tho Bit' Match
Dai 1 1 admlf.s Jie baa noor ,In a
match wieslled at tho G 'ae(.o.llom.u
style, but knowx nomolhlng about, tho
gaiuo In practice houlB. Voadniuiise
la well known ua a Graeco.Tloinan
performer, nqvor having been defeated
by any man of hla weight at thla
ntylo of w'Oik. Watson, on Iho other
hand, Bhouhl not piovo a hard prop
osition, but If Ilartl la llmtled no
to tlmo by reason of WoodniaiiEec
holding his own, then tho Cleveland
man can by-working on tho defense,
probably hold Uarll off until the
match Is won. Taken all In all, It
looks) as It' toiilght'a contest will bo
tlio niofct Interesting over 'bold In
l.atc- llii afteinoon a dispute
aroip .vuong; local sports as to
whether tho usual forfeits h.nl been
poslrd for lon'yht'ti battle. There
is no tiuth in tho asserlion that
tin money has not been posted.
Uarll has i'M ported vil.li the
.Sportin-; Editor U" litis paper for
his appeal ante (opioid, A lolephouo
ir.p-iae .to tho filar 'today brought
fotth the tiilViriiialioii that AVood
iii.iiitee had for nearly two weeku
hail .1.ri with tlio Kptiet'iiK editor of
tbat paper. Such a tliiujr may lie
(iiieiaiul it may not. The Star could
pof reaifl a elunee lo take n slap at
Hartl when laul uiht il slated that
(he local man had mil ' pasted his
foil'eit. II mi'ht ho well to remem
ber l lial Iip Star office is not tun
only place where money could ho
p:ti'cd. There are a few liiisiiiesa
houses, hunl, liclelK, oc., .in Jfar
ion. Helling in local eWes today
was very ipiiel . Ilartl men wore of
fering 2 lo 1-ou tho local mail with
mi ' Weod'.iiaiisee-Wilsou money in
Kansas City, , Jan. H.-W. D.
Scovlllo, mainRor of tho Missouri
Athletic club of thin city, announced
tonight that tho club hud offerod a '
purso of $10,000 for a pa,teh-a3.calcb.
can wi'osUliiB'nialrh botwoen Oeorgo
Hnekonschnildt and Frank Oot 'h for
tlio championship of tho world, tho
contest lo bo held In Kansas City lu
Alrll, 1907, and tho ;npney to lio de
posited 30 days before, tho conjest.
Youngntown, Jan. 3. Tho Mi Don.
alda, ownora of tho Youngatown fran.
I i 1
DAILY MIRROR, TRIDAY, .JAN. 4, 1907
chUo of tljc 0. - P. leoBiio, liavo of
fered Sandusky ami Xanosvlllu a
chanco to. bid on the fianchUo. If
this deal gota through iuid either
Xinesvlllo or. Sandtuky takca tho
franchise, Youngatown will Becure a
berth in, the Central league.
TdannKor- Kast 'df tho Ahroii O.-P.
league deelnres'that hi" playcra will
ellher bo taheti on a Roiithern Iraln.
In;; .trip or- ek'p ho looked' after at
homo liy vti' contiielent trainer. Ho
holds that 'It 1 absolutely ncces3aiy
for bin men to ho In Hhape at the
utnit. , "
- flow's This?.
We olTrfr' Oifllundied
Rewaid ior anvenje .if
that canntlt he cured by fy""'1 Ca
ion 11 uie.;
V.J. CI!BNJ:V & CO., Tolc.lo, 0.
We, the under- ined, have known
R J. Cliulioy for the hint 1fi jeara
and liulieo him perfectly honorable
in ail hupiliess Iraiiwielio'iH and fin
ancially able Jo cany out any oh
Mfratjon jifTado by !('( firm.
Waldinjr, Ivinnan ft Afarvin, '
Hall's Cnlarrh Cine 1b lalren in
lernally actin-r indireclly upon the
blood and liiuei us surfaces of I he
system. Testimonials sent free. Price
7f ecu,1' pur hoi He. ,Sild by all dnuj-
Take HallS Family Pills for Can
MRS. JOHN EISLE '
After an Illness of Only Ore
Sudden Death of Well Knpwn Lady
Comtfi ub n Great Surprise
to fycr Many Friends
Mr.s. Jolfii VA-,i:. ajjeil -IS yea is,
die.l suddenly Thursday liijrjit at her
ho-aie in tlio (icrmuii .st'ttlwiienl
thiee milesinoilh ol'-Ayusta after
an illurss oft 'only one week.
Mrs. Km.u had been confined lo
her home for, about a week with an
at lack of the. 4,'iVp and inflamma
tory rheumati:m. Her condition was
not scriuiisfiiiitil Tlunsday eveninj;
w'.ien .she hechmo wi.ivo and died
Tho deeeaHell had resided in
Mm ion county nearly all of her
lift and hrr untimely death is a
seveie shock lo her many friends.
A noble ami lovablp woman, her do
in i-v will bo Mieerely anoitrncd. A
The' funenil services will be' held
Chamb(rlim's Courih Remedy
a Sale MUnlic'mc for Children
lu buying a cough medlelno foi
children, never bo afraid to buy
Chain brilalii'a Cough Ueiuedy. There
Ih no danger fom II, and idler la
alwaya imro 10 follow. II it. Inlunded
especially for roughs, (olds, croup
and whooping tough, and there Is no
belter medicine In tho world for these
dioeasro. It not only certain rJire
for croup, but, when given aa soon
an the croupy cough appears, will pre
vent tho at lack. , Whooping cough lu
not dangerous when this lomedy Is
given aa dlie.'tcd It conlalnn no
opium or other hnrnifiil drugs, and
may ho given as confidently to a
baby an to an- adult. For ,ualo by
,.... . ;
In a certain town are two brother.
viho aro inviyd lu the retail coal
buslne!!. A nntpd .evangelist Islted
the town and eJhvrjrted the elder broth
er ol' tho llrm
For weeks after Ida conversion tho
brother-who bi'd lately "got religion"
endeavored tj permmde the other to
Join tho chur 1' One day when tho
elder brother was" making uuqtbur ef
fort bo asked
"Why can't youltlehord, Join tho
chureb, as 1 did TV-
"It's all ilgbt for you to be a niem
bor of tho chiireli." renlled Itlchnnl,
.''but'lf I Join who's going to weigh th'
eoul?" I'leveli'iid v.tndcr.
TIRii il 'K
AH cough syrcfo coMainlni
ato theTioweU. Ilel Ui
Tu movci tba bowcu and
41 movci tba bowel a cobUIu bo osutd
BOLD BY FUIOKMN'H DUUU STORfcl
Hold an Enjoyable Meeting
OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED
Sumptuous Banquet Served
by the Ladies.'
Puling Scsolon of Speech Making
'Pitchfoik"Tilinnn lo Roundly
Scored by Vuiious Oiators.
The open meeting and public nnial
latlon of officers, held Tiiuralay nlgbl
by Cooper I Post, O. A. II,, wah
sucoesa lu every way and was one of
the most pleasant and profitable af
fairs ever jlvon-hv llm old noldlprn.
Tho menibern of tho .)Kiat and
frlendfl to the number of over 100
perrons ausembled in tho noithwest
room at the couit houo at eight
o'clock and the program of tho oven,
lug waa opened with tho singing of
"America." A prayer was offcted by
Chaplain .Milton Marsh.
O. A. Hasan!, acting as Installing
officer, gave the oath to the following
offlrorn who will rorve during the
ensuing year: Joseph Klinefelter,
commander; David Heane, senior vlco
commander; .ludsoii Davis, Junior
vice commander; Dr. O. T. Harding,
Mirgeon: J. J. Crawley, officer of the
dav; Milton Marsh, chaplain; J. It.
King, quartermaster; Merrltt Haver,
tii-dde guard and S. N. Tltun, ailjut.
At the conclusion of the exer-dsen,
tho assemblage adjoin nod to the
post room whero the ladles of the
Uellef Corps and Iho fl. A. It.
served a very elaborate banquet.
The first speaker of tho evening
wan Uov. D. If. lkilley, of Hpwnrth
M. H. Church, who took a fall out
of Senator lien Tillman, who ie-
contly delivered a lecture heio 011
tho race question. Mr. Halley
claimed that Tillman, who advocated
the keeping down of tho negro as tho
Voiiillun of the nroblem had the
wrongjldea entirely. The speaker ad
vocated the lifting up or the black
raco. Almost all of Tillman's rad
ical views weio opposed by the local
Mr.s rjeorso n. Christian Si, the
next speaker, went after Tillman,
claiming tint ho made a number of
misstatements in repaid to tho war
of the rebellion. Tillman had staled
I hat every time the Northern and
Southern armies were equal lu num.
hers and had genet ahi of equal abil
ity, tho rebels carried tho day. This
Mr. Christian denied, and gave a
number of Instances proving his
statements. He also claimed that for
tho niiKt part, tho South lacked of.
fli-ora of ability to copo with the
tleorgo Ault. or Caledonia, told of
the benellclal Influence meetings ol'
tho f). A. I!, such as was being held,
had on Iho rising . generation, lie
bellmed that the nieetlnga had tho
eifoot of keeping tho spirits or pit.
rlotlriin alive In the hearts of tho
"future presidents" ofltho republic.
During I he tendering of tho program
a number of excellent selections were
given by tho quartet of Hlchwooo
PorU, which Is renowned over the
stato for its excellent work.
The meeting was then adjourned
until tho lint Tuesday n February
largo number or veterans were
present from out-of.town cities and
villages. Tho occasion waa 0110 that
will long bo roiuenibeiPd with jileau.
uro by thoEo la atlend-inco,
lire's Laxatlvo Cn.irfn Syrup con.
falnliig Honey and Tar, In eaticelallv
appioprlate tor clilldien, no opiates or
poisons or any character, conforms
to tho conditions or tho National
Puro Food and Drug Law, Juno :i0,
1000. For Croup, Wliooiilnt: "CoucJi.
etc. It expohl Coughs and Colds by
BHiitly moving tho bowels." Oiiarau
Sold by Flockcn'n Drug Slorn.
Y. M. C. A. NEWS.
Tho lluekeyo bowling team defeated
tho Nationals In three straight games
rolled on tho Y. M. C. A. alleys
Thursday evening. Kerr, of tho Na.
tlonalH and Plenum or the Huckoyes
lolled tho only coininoiidablo scores
In tho dories, 1
Tho scores: '
E. Iloffinan , . . . .150
78 1 795
J 27 03
K. Plorson no
H. Plerson HO
J. Kbort 11C
J. Zolslor 145
Totals , G70
Copo , 12S
Mantz , 12S
Totnl .03.1 71!) CS5
Tho Illth School basket ball team
lr We have searched the markets
f for a pure olive oil and
answering all the requirements of the new
pure food law.
Hits oil is made from
grown in the neighborhood of
This oil will not turn
1 f 1 "
W taste and is huttlorl'in l-mirl. lee IIimii fm- iiu-rlii, ffi
nal or culinan putpo-es. .o cenls the bo lie. -JJ
I THE "REXALL" STORE 1
vj The Headley Drug. Co, W
A aOOD HTART-Is half tho victory. EckIu 15)07 with us and you'll
have a whole yoar of rejoicing. , . '
will go lo Callon tonight whero It
will play the high school teamof
that town. The team Is In cm client
condition and will undoubtedly rhow
tho Clalloiiltes some real fast work.
FltOM THE AN11LLES
Chamberlain's Coutjh Remedy
Benefits a City Councilman
at Kincston, Jamaica
Mr. W. O'llellly Fogarly, who Is a
member of tho City C'jiim-ll at Kings
ton, Jamaica, West Indies, v rites as
rollows: "Ono bottle of Chambfr-
aln'. Cough Ueiuedy hud good effeit
on a cough that wis giving me trou
ble, and 1 think I should haie been
mute quickly relieved lr 1 had con
tinued the remedy. That It wa ben
eficial and- quick in relieving mo there
Is no doubt ami it Is my Intention
to obtain another bottlo." For tale
by all druggists.
thcBo specials aro going fast. Bet
ter couio in and lay in a supply,
before too late. Wo havo added a
few nioro to the list.
Euviiluvm's JelUcon from 10c to Tic
None Such Quick Jell from 10c to fie
Tooth picks from fi to ZVz?
Come in and sec tlicao bargains.
Wo deliver anywhere in the city.
Philip Ii!) 2(1!) K. Center Street.
Agency for Wood 'a Boston ('of tee
Wo received a Kliipinent of
this hpcf and 'it ia guaranteed
to plpaso the taste. For oalo
F. J. LUSCH
N r. Cor, Stato & Con'or Sis
EGGS DOWft !
Wo havo several 100 dos of fresh
ofiijft. We will rotail them as lonL
aa thoy last per doz 28c
GRArE SUGAR FLAKE
in a very good breakfast food. Try
a box. Wo noil 10c boxes for 1c
3 boxes for 2fc
Early .Tuno Van Cany'n FoaB worth
por can' 12c. As wo bought a big
lot of them boforo tho advance, wo
sell them per can lOcJ
Wn sell tho puro Maple Syrup por
I'liowa CU17PU- 117t.
Y. M. 0. A. Building.
Eel! 817 1
have found one that is
rancid, is pleasant to the W
Pictures and Picture
US FOR MEAT
Wo aro '.till soiling choicest
homo killed and nicely dress
ed moats and al 1 tho "at
taclimonls" at prices that aro
bnli I ooues. K. Center St,
Home Made Bread
just like your mother
used to baKe it. That
h the Hind of bread
we pride ourselves on
baking. Try. a loaf.
Both Pnone3 North Main St.
Send us your ordor for all
uinun ol feed. Wo aro well
supplied and sell at lowest
,' m n t4
fliozier k Knoads,
Both Phones N. Stato Street
DR.W. H. HINKLINJ
f-iotc Went Ucntor Htreti.
lllu hourn 8i30 to 10.30 a, m, a4 !!
to 4i.l0 p, m,
oil Viioiib :W0K, Oltlzons Phont
-i nli'i timmntlT iuuwr)4.
Sivfa o-rnl rolln.ble, (Key
troaso vlflor, banish pttJna.
No remedy oautkla OK.
SKS .fllOTTS I'nNNYKOYAU PILLS
3oM ly DniKRlits and lr. Mom
Chemical Co., C'.ovolaud, Ohio,
y Tschauon Bros.
For saio b
l .', '",
AlSjSV 10 tk