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Ends the Biggest
Sale in the History
of This Store.
His-Wife Objects 'to' the
Football Tactics. '
During Month of January the
Mayor Collected $109 in
Fines and Licenses.
Frances howls, a diiiuk, was ar-A
rested on West Center street last
night by Officer yilhclni. Frances
was fined ?3 In the mayor's court
this morning, and being unable to
pay waH again locked up.
Charged with heating his wife and
aged mother-in-law, Clint Wilson,
of Cleveland avenue, was arrested
last night on a warrant sworn out
ccveral days ago by Mrs. Wilson.
During an argument (it the home
on Tuesday, Wilson guvo Ills wlfo
Jusl Received a lot of FANCY
HONEY. Get some its fine.
F. J. LUSCH
v V GROCER.
N.B. Cor. State & Center Sts.
Eatirg or Cooking
25c PER PEpK.
nice smooth ones,
20c per peck.
Phones 3.9. 209 L. Center Si.
'Agency lor Woods Boston Codecs
will be counted Monday
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; mrN POSITIVELV TOMORROW
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Come and get a Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Suit or Overcoat.
Get your supply of Wilson Bros.Shirts,80c
Get 5 Pair of Shawnit Hose for $1.00
Get Stetson Hat at
iii'd niuninlu.luw n good Idea of a
leal college football game under tho
"Marquis of Queciiobury" tules. Tho
warrant was sworn out shortly uf.
torwnrd but tho police wore unablo
tu locate Wilson until last night.
At his 'ficiirfhg last night, Wilson
listened to a "strong lceturo from thy
mayor nnd iccolved n lino of one dol
lar and costs. After paying his Hue
and piomlsiiig to cut out football
tactics In his homo, ho was 1 doused.
Dining tin- pas! month t lie mayor
(.ullei'lcuV.'rlW.flO J" eity 1'inos niul
107 in stale cases. The highest
tl'inc paid during the .-mouth was by
1'. 11. Neid'lg for keeping open on
.Sunday nnd-'llip smallest fine was
tin voluntiiry pnymcnl made by Dr.
A. M. rnuu-. The latter amount
lins been pJneed in what is tenned
tin1 conscience fund.
A party composed of thlrty.flve
members of tho American lusur
anto Union enjoyed a social last ev.
cnlng licit) at the pleasant home
of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kull on
Mti V01 non Avenue.
The evening was spent In various
soelnl games and conversation. Light
refreshment added to the enjoyment
of the occasion.
Old R. P. Peopcr Whbkoy Bot
tled in Bond. 8 years old. Full
quail IIOc. ,
KBNTl'CKV LIOUOR CO.
MRS. DORA- METZGER,bT" J'"' u .... .,
tO Maiden Name
and Given $1500 Alimony.
Hopkjcs Against Hopkins Case
Dismissed Court Refusing a
Judge Young Friday morning
granted Dora J. Motzger a dlvorco
from Miner J. Metzger, lestorcd hor
to her inaldcn namo of Dora Arndt
and awarded her $150 alimoiy, to be
paid ten d'olluis per month.
This Is tho ease In which It was
Impossible tu establish for kuiiiq
time whether tho husband had de
serted tho wife, or whether ltu wa3
dead. Metzger hi a. ton of Jacob
Motzgor, of this city. lie married
MlbS Arndt In Chicago and they
llveJ together in tho windy city for
two weeks. Metzger, who was an
elcctriciun, then staled thiif hu
wanted to go wc&l and look for woik.
He teft the woniiin lliuio, ipromls,
lug to scud for lier in kuoii us ho
SI10 cnino to Marion to vIMI hor
parents, and that was the last she
ever heard of him. A yoar later,
dm filed her petition lor divorce
Finally Metzgcr's father was put 011
tho stand to testify as to tho wheio
abouts of tho con, If ho kuow. Ho
eald he know but refused to tell,
wherefore Judge Young sent him to
Jail. After thrco hours Incarcer
ation, Mezgcr dually admitted that
his son was In Kansas, and was re
leased. Tho divoice matter of Lafayette
Hopkins against Winnio M. Hopkins
has beep dismissed, the court refus
ing to grunt a divorce on the plead
ings. Tho Injunction matter of Arthur
Jerow and others against John J.
Purlali and others, lias been settjed.
DICKINSON'S BIG STORE
on all Hen's', BoysMan,d Children '5
Suits, Overcoats and Furnishings.
the' Discount Price
Pathfindeis Hold Well At-
. tended Meeting.
KENTON DEGREE TEAM
Puts on Work for Wayside
Odd Fellows Lodge.
Morral I. O. O. F. Lodge Entertain
With a Fine Musical f.nd Literary
A most enthusiastic and enjoyable
meeting of Wnyfllde Lodge of Odd
l'ellows was held Thursday evening
wlnm the third degree was couferied
on a class of four candidates.
Tlie work was done by the Kenton
degree team, which :s considered one
of the bct In tho state. Accompany
ing tho team were about CO mem
bers from Kenton. There were
mcmbei'3 also present from Morral,
Prospect, Delaware, Caledonia and
other surrounding towns and tho
work was followed by an elaborate
by various member, ono of tho
most Interesting being by Mayor
Scherff, who spoke: on tho good of
Tho committee having ehargo of
tho most successful affair was com.
iposed of A. W. Mason, W. S. Zullz,
George Hageman, Edward Pace and
O. F. Wells.
Members of liio Odd Fellow lodgo
in Morral were given n rare treat
Thursday evening in (Tic form of
a elover musk-til and 1 'A entry en
The Euloipeau Quintet of Upper
Sandusky composed of Mrs- Har
riet Mnnditilli iirat hopiano; Mis-.'
Alice Stevenson, .second soprano;
Mks .Icniicllo llrauns, i'irt alio
and Mus. Anna Halo Lilley, second
alto, leiiduied an exceptionally
pleasing pi-oyram, assisted by Diox
ton Myers u clover Upper Sandusky
Mils. K. II. Marshall of I his
city alio added to llio pleasiuo of
the evening by giving seveial leud
inirs. iMarlou Lodge of Pathfliideni No
1-1 held a well attended meeting
rlast night ami transacted ,ouldcr-
able Important business. 'I'll ice ap.
plications woio balloted upon. Y'H
llohs were piesout from Crescent
lodge No. ID.
Following the business meeting a
t-oclal hour wa-. enjoved and le.
fre'sliments were served.'
The regular drill and the transac.
Hon of purely loutlno business, was
tho order of thn evening at tho
meeting of tho Uniformed Hank of
tho Knight of rythlas.
Nothing other than loutlno IuihI
ness was transacted at the regular
meeting of the ICIlcs held Thursday
The Druid s attended to lejfular
l)iirines at a meeliiie; held Inst
night . '
Jay .Spauldlng, deputy auditor, Is
back on duty today after an abseuio
at several daya caused by Illi'ess.
Miss V. Horlo Garlleld, clork to
tho county commissioners Is off duty
on account of Illness,
Born, Thursday afternoon, n
daughter to Mr. and Mrs. A. Wheel
er, of York btrect.
'Harry Mionl w'Iioko condition
at the Sawyer Sanatorium ha3 been
considered critical, U much Improved
Tho Contral Flro department un-
Hwercd four alarms during
moiilh of January. Tho total loss
did nut exceed 20Q for tho enlho
ON DAILY MIRROR, TRIDAY FEB. 1 1007,
inoininj- it Hie Central Clii'Jstliiu
clnuch and will be held each even
ing tiheicafr fiur mi indefinite
timo. The public is invited lo, at
tend theic services.
Tho funeral of Mis. Theresa Hum.
roth was held this morning lit 8
oclock at St. Mary'u Clnuch, Kov.
Denning officjatlng Interment oc
cuncd at St. Mury's cenicleiy.
Dennis Malluy has taken the
muiKiucuieut of tho ujrar store and
pool room nl J!I3 Xoilh " Main
stieel, formerly Comer's No. 'J
smokehouse t Mr. Mnlloy is a pop
ular youllg iujii w itli hosts of
d'riends andr', will uiKiiiestionnhly
make a success of the busincf's.
William Dalley, or Glad street, an
employe of ttlib Fairbanks Steam
Sliovel company, was the victim of
a painful accident while afl work In
the -shop Thursday afternoon . Tho
middle lingerer the righ hand was
crushed. He wns removed to the of
flee of Dr. H..I. Lower, and surg
ical attention ic'ndored.
Frank Doll 'pf Delawaio was in
the city today on business.
John H. Clnrk was In Laltuo to.
day 'ookln after legal biiHiness.
J. Merlin Balloy left today for
Cincinnati, where ' hp will re naln
several days visiting friends.
D. "W. Evapil is making an ex
leiisivo trip tlifouiru U10 bouth and
west. . .-J
M. CharKonof Chicago anived
in the .city lastiiiight for the Olscn
Parti wrestlingfj-oiitest. Mr. Char
bon is enroulo fouth where ho ex
pects to remain several months.
Mrsi Genovra Johnston Bishop
left this morning for Chicago en
route to California, She will remain
In Chicago until after Sunday, where
she will slug and then resumo her
journey. Mrs. J. C. Johnston and
"Chinlta" tho Spanish girl, will join
her at Chicago and accompany her
to Los Angeles.
lxfh' Annual Dancqg!vbn by the
People")' Hand, Tiuisday evcL-Ing,
February C at Hubolvllall. ll".l-5t
DEATH COMES .
.,- TO HER RELIEF
Mrs. Tlioias Buchanan Dies
SutfercdJLJulold Agonies Since Ac
cident and Earnestly Prayed
m ,0ljf ,
Alter live d.iys of'Jho ino-t tei
rlble suffering possible for the hum.
an mlnuBtO liniiglne.w.Mri). Thomas
Buchanan, aged twenty, passed away
at her homo tin eenille8 west of La
ltuo ar" 8 oclock Friday morning.
It will bo remembored that at noon
last-iHunday, Mis. Buchanan was
terribly burned herclothlng catch.
Ing nro while shoVfXvns' attempting
to thaw out a frozen pump spout
with a pluu torch. j,-
At no time was liope entei tallied
for tho lecovery of. Mrs. Buchuiiau.
.Her f'esh was so badly burned as to
cause septic, poisoning and death
came slowly but surely. Sho wns
conscious i until a fow hours beforo
dfcath occurred andalthough sho
had borne her Buffoflnga bravely,
sho beckoned deatlu und prayed for
Tho deceased was' the daughter of
Mrs. J.JJakcr residing near Algor,
sho iraSMnly married': last May and
tho young hu3band Is grief stricken,
Funeral tervlcea will bo conducted
from "tho church ilt"lt. Victory
Saturday morning at 10 oclock. In
terment wlU be mndb," In the Mt.
Victor comotery. ?"
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Whore Uhl ou got that olegnut
Clothes Brush? At tho Muriou Mill.
In und Grain Co., of course. Thov
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.nro giving them to iholr cualomers.
See coupons in each. sack.
Hughs A Cleary
M'- Willie Undiill was ihe
rli'n rming luwle.s to the members of
the F. S. club nl her home on
llhiiiie Avenue Tliui-ilay afternoon.
All of the club members wcie pres
ent and a very interesting session
The afternoon hours were pleas
antly pas-cd at inusV, games and
various nocinl diveisions. A deli
cious luncheon of very delicate ap
poinhncnts was served by tho hos-te.-..
1 'Honoring the thirleentU birth
day anuivci.u'y of her son times!,
Mis. .1. A. Widi-inan, of Oak
street, euleitniiied a small com
pany of friends at a six o'clock
dinner last night. Alter tho dinner
which was aii elaborate- altair the
holcss enlertaijicd her yuests at
the Marion Vaudeville theater.
The Tvvijrs and a nuiubor of
ds vveio nicely cntcitaiiied
trday "ifternoon by Miss Flor-
eneo llano at her home on east
Center siti cot. In a scries of "50(1"
games Mis. May Culbeilson Was
awarded tho honors of tho after
noon. A dainty lunch was served
by the hostess. The guests besides
the club members were Mia. C.
C. SUM., Mrs. Frank Iveiler and
Mis. Henry llane.
Mis. M. A. Turney will enter
tain the club at her home 011 Dela
ware avenuo ne.tj Thursday after
The Cuicire Embroidery dub
will be enleituiiicd a week fioni
next Thursday afternoon by Mrs.
Chaunccy Agnew, of Pearl stitiul.
The Ladies Sewing Circle of the
Evangelical Llutlieran uhurch wu
entertained delightfully jeslerday
afteinoon by Mis. V. ,S. Piobst,
of Columbia sticol. Tho afternoou
vwis spent with needlu woik and le
l'lethments vveio seived by llio hos
tess. Miss L-MiW Huthnnll, of
Norwalk, was Hie only oul-oMown
Tlie dale of the next meeting was
not decided up.ni.
The niembers and guests of the
Tattler's dub were plea-antly enter,
tallied at the home of Mis. Cltlford
Owens, of ICast Center street, Thurs
day afternoon. The hours from two
to ilvo vvero while away at music
and social intercourse.
The club guests vveio Mis- Mi.
Chilli, .Miss Midanme Alien, Miss
I'earle Cheney nnd .Mrs. Hdwaid
An Interesting hi-s.slon of the Wo
man's Home MUsionaj-y Society, of
Eptvorth M. K. Chinch was held In
tho church pallors Thursday after
noon with nearly all of the, inomheis
The piogram opened with devo
tional exercises led by Miss Laura
Bateman. Tho subject for the pri.
gram was, "What are wo doing In
tho Hold," and It Was thoroughly
dLcussed by Mrs. I. Helvvlg. "What
Aro Wo Doing in Our Auxiliary,"
was the subject of an Instructive
talk by Mrs. T. J. Mills. Mrs. W.
H. Hlnklln described tho now mis
sionary study book which Is entitled
"Tho Incoming Millions."
Mastor Wlllard Qoborno rondeied a
violin si'o, whlcll was of a high
musical order uud much appreciated.
Tho program concluded with a piano
duet by Miss Mattio Meredith ami
Miss draco Munson,
Immediately after the close of tho
piogram, tho society adjourned to
tho basement of tho church and pro.
pared 1111 olegant three courso supper
uud between the hours of Ilvo and
bovoii served meals to more than 0110
These are the reductions
We can suit
price and quality.
MAIN AND CENTER
of a now organization tli.it ha ap
peared upon the social hoi Iron of
the city. At a called meeting held
last evening, at the pleasant home
cf Mr. nnd Mrs. diaries Hiimmell,
of Scffucr Avenue, the club was or
ganized with the following chaiter
members. Mr. and Mi.s. Charles
Wayland, Mr. and Mrs. Frank nor.
ry, .Mr. and Mis. Leo Hovvlsou, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Brookman, Mr. and
Mis. Clinilc. Hummel, Mr. and
Mrs. O. S. McNeal, Mr. and Mrs.
Jr-mcs Williams, Mr. and Mis. M.
At the close of the business meet
ing, n social hour was enjoyed. Pro
gressive pedro wan In order and an
Interesting series of ten hotly con.
tested games lcsultcd. .Mrs. Charles
proving the most pro.
flclcnt player was awarded the
prize. Later In tho evening ele
gant refreshments weio served.
Tho club adjourned to meet next
Wednesday night at tho homo of
.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wayland 011
Lincoln Avenue. '
Mrs. O. S. Itapp, of East Center
street, was the charming hostess to
a small company of 12 pcrns at a
dinner given for Mr. and Mrs. J.
It. Smith, Friday evening.
Tho Hay View Heading Circle met
last evening at the home of Mrs.
S. A. Lyon on Pearl street with 11
An interesting piogram was 1011
tleied. Miss Ihihlwii. irave a read
ing, .subject, "The Schools of Eng
land" and Miss 1-ics ;i reading
"John Wesley." A general dis-
ciissiyu of ''Ciuu-nl Events"
Tho pleasant home of Mr.
Mrs. George B. Christian, ,lr
Ml. Vernon Avenuo was llio .scene
last (iveiiiug of a delightful party.
Tho game of live bundled was
in order, eleven tables bi-ingj.ju
opcral'jou. Afler r series of unW-i-sting
games tho first' pries wop
awarded lo Mr. II. If. Stone and
Mr. V. E. Scol'idd.
The re'niaindcv of Hie evening
was spent in social conversation.
The hostess served an elcgaullj ap
Wheie did you get that elegant
Clothes Brush? At the Marlon Mill
In and Grain Co.. of ionise". They
1110 giving them to their customers
See coupons In each sack.
DEATH OF INFANT
Little Son of Ray Irey Dies at Caie
The ten.year-old mii of Mr. and
Mis. Ray liey, ot Caledonia, died
TluiMluy forenoon after a shoit Hl.
nebs with pneumonia
Tho funeral wns held nt tho Cale
donia .Methodist Church at 10 o'clock
Friday afternoon. Interment' was
madu In tho Adelaide cemetery.
Slx'.h Annual Dance, glvm by the
Peoples' Band Tuesday evening, Fob.
ruary G, at Iluber Hull. l-31-5t"
GET THE CASH HABIT.
Wo havo tho best lino of muslins in Marion, aiyvLlihjf -scarco or hard
to got, is found hero. Wo don't claim to bo ViJlf ihKkftor thau
'anyono elso, whon wo saw tho upward tendency of tho cotton mar
ket wo juot began investing oursparo cash in riuunilts. Now wo are
in a position to savo you good nionoy.
An extra good yard wide unblcachod muslin at UWfcr yard.
PAGE FIVE. ,
you " both iit
PIiip Salve CarboIIzcd ncls like
poultlc- highly antlscidlc, extensive
ly used for Hconm, f.or chunped
handn and lips, ctilx, burns.
Sold by Floclscii'.-t Drug Store.
GAS FUMES' PROVES
Davtini, d.V l'Vl. . I'our per
sons dead and nii tlier will jirob-
alily tin a.'liiiJAiflUiif,, escaping
sas tunic, .loljfi l'Iiiuliind is at
the liosjntal with JiUje hope of his
lecovery. His ivij'e, FlorQiice. Iheii1'
two young ehildnW' and liis brolh-'
er Charles died!' All vveie found :.i
bed today when Dr. Houdiiekd .
called to lieat the children for.
measles. ,- . . - )
Having acquired tho entire Inter. t
csts of the dissolved linn of Keeler
Bios., W( hereby as-ume all the 11
ablll'iej of the above firm and will'
continue tho business as before, and
hope to gieet nil the old customers
as wli as many new ones, whom
wo will guarantee courteous and"
Dated Jan. .10, 1307.
1-30-tf H. D.'Kl.ELER & CO..
SNOW SLIDE BURIES
Merlin, Feb. 1. Fifteen persona
wore overwhelmed under two aval
anches which occurred tojlay in
Little Vt'iilser valley. Eight bodiies
,of victims have been recovered.
Thirty cattle, 'wero caught in saino
if all of snow and killed.
What to do with Billiovs.
Tho right thing to do when you
feci billions Is to take a dose of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Llvor
Tablets. They will cleanse tho
stomach nnd legulnto the liver and
ibowels. Try it. Price, 23 cents.
Samples ifreo nt all drug .stores.
Women s $1 25 and $1.50 felt
shoes. Just the riht thing
for this cold weather.
Special, to close, aa
Ladies' Kid Felt Lined Shoes
that sold at ($1. 50 o
$2, choice, (t 1 nr
now --.,. mr.rs.m4). iDlaZU
The Berris Shoe for1 Women at
$150 has no equal. They
come in light,,- medium and
heavy soles;, also ,fat
annie ana price
The Boardman, Shoe at $2.00
is equal to a,n,y shoe sold, at
$2.50. Ash to see them.
We have added a new line of
Children's and Misses' Shoes
called the Nu-Light; every
pair guaranteed. Prices:
$1.00 sizes 5 to 8
$1.39 sizes 8 1-2 to 11
$1.65 sizes 11 1-2 to 2
Adamant Shoes for Men. Selid
as a rocK. All solid leather.
Sizes 6 to 12. Prices $2.00 t
D. B. "Oobasell
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PINI: SALVE ACTS LH(t A POULTICE
NEW YORK STORE
Revival meetig8 begin
The H. P. O. Club in the uame
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