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IboV well-dressed; their
tlotheskeetiin order no
matterih'owvmuch or how
long the&fte, worn. .
That's V' Hart,
Schaffner & lVftcx idea:
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that's' the kind of cmthes
we cfffer you here.
wool-, tailored right,
right, priced right.
Society Hotes I
Mr. and Mrs. Hqnry Hcckathorn
residing three miles -west of Mar,
Bellies, were given a surprise Satur
day evening by a number of their
relatives and' friends,. The surprise
was arranged by their children in
honor of the thirty.flrst annlvers.
ary of their wedding day. Tho cv-.
enlng wad spent In having a genera!
good tlrao and light refreshments
wro seryed. '
Those, present were Mr. and Mrs.
John SlmrQB and daughter, Frances,
Mr. and Mrs. John Hartel and two
children, Mr. and Mrs. James Har
tel and son, Mr. and Mrs. Josoph
Eoyd,;MV.; and Mrs. Otto' Robey
and 'daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Sanford, Qr. andi Mjrs. Wjllllam
Shrlver and daughter, Miss Edna,
and .tjjon, Carey, Mr. and Mrs.
Milo Banford ah'd son, Harry, Mrs.
'Rebecca Kerr, Misses Mary, Edith
and Ruby 'Hartel and Miss Zoa Van.
orsdall, of LaRuo.v '
Mrs;'' W. A. Longbon, of East
Churcjt street;1 was hostess to the
Womali's club yesterday afternoon'
at a very pleasant meeting,
Thevroll call was responded to
with short talks on men who are
toefare-the public today. "The Vic.
eroys of India?;- "was thq'Hltle of In
Intending paper by Mrs. Willis
KVarner, Mru; Martha Keller, and
Mrs. H, CJjisholm gavo two vory
r. f ' .'f
por the Season
, " 'Next
iy. M. C. A.
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I Needful Things for Spring
I If you like to buy whoreNa,ssortmont is groatest and where
a utile money is sufficient jwuMl buy hero.
Scrub bruahes ..... 5 and 10c
Enamel, al, colors 5c
Wtilte lead 10c
Plctnre nil, per dosen 10c
Moulding -kooks, per doz 5c
25.1yard8 picture wire .. 6c
Prepared paint, all colors 10c
WE RACKET STORE
I Our spring and
iJiuivo; ai. ujy
$ spection. Prices
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Copyright 1907 by
Hurt'Schftfincr W Marx
interesting readings on "Tho Dur
bar,." "Without tho Dcncnt of
Clergy," was tho subject of a read.
Ing by Mrs. .J. E. Wnddoll. Af.tor
a talk on current topics or" tho day,
Mis. W. N. Harder sang a pretty
solo. Tho accompaniment was
played by Mrs. Warner.
Jtrs. L. J. Smith o South
High scrcet was. .hostess to thq
members of tho Current TopikJ ,chtb
yestonlay afternoon. Pmcticully
all of tho cub members wcro pres
ent and a very interesting ses
The members responded to roll
call with humcu-ous sayings. Mrs.
C. R. Phelps read an able paper
on "Government ' -Management o
Railroads". "Country Life in
Qoitmiuiy" was tli0 subject of an
interesting and instructive thes
by Mrs. D. L. Sollera.
Tlio program closed' with a gen
eral dibcussion .on- tho. tlicmfl,
"Why Do So Many Germans Ehi
migrnto From Their Own Coun
try." Ur. J. ,. Shaffer for over ,21
years pastoi' oJC 8(, n nh
Lutheran church t Delaware, and
one of tho pldiieer Lutherai mW
isters of Ohfu Jiiik resigned his pas
torato on account of ill .health.
.James A. Dcan( tho college, check
worker, Is said, by experts to b0 In.
sane, Tho man If now in the Del
aware county jail, awaiting trial.
He- beat tho Ohlq Weslcyan-auditor
but of f 130 by means of a forged
Olussel Richard Hccker, tho three
months.old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hecker, of Blaine Avenui, died
Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Death was duo to, congestion of the
lungs, of but a few days' dura-'
tlon. Funeral arrangements have
not been completed.
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xim iui situ iiincrai rues 'over
tnc remains of Mrs. Roslna Wattcrs
whp .died suddenly In Prospect Sun
day, were conducted from the place
or death at 2 o'clock Tuesday af.
ternoon. .Interment was mado in
ns, all colors 10c
h .', 10c
cs ..5, 10 to 08c
brushes ' ....
, 10, 15 t 48c.
Bottlo ammonia 5c
iwuv iui VUUr.Ill-
till, IV i'l 1
B. DICKINSON 4 CO.
Does not Meet With Board's
DAVIDS STREET BUILDING
To Have a New Addition of
, Four Rooms.
The Present Building Found la
adequate to Take Care of School
Children of Weit Marion.
In order Jo provide school fac
ilities for the rapidly increasing
populatiion in West Marion, tho
city school board at its meeting
last night, voted to loublo the
size of ythe David Street building,
constructing a four room addition.
Tho buildings and grounds commit
tees was- authorized to havo an
nrehitcct draw up a eot of plans
for tho .proposed addition also
advertiso for bids. Tho addition
will, cost nbaut $10,000. TJ10 con
tract will bo lot about May 1.
Tho building question has been
a imost conspicuous one with tho
school board for tho past few ycai-s
It ca nscarcely construct buildings
fast 'enough to provivio for tho
grenf demand and seemingly all
N10 tune, there is a congested con
dition iu. all the schools despito
tho fact that, a fine largo building
has been ndded each year to the
already long lijst of magnificent
edifices comprising Marion's great.
iBcforo definitely "deciding upon
constructing nn addition at tho
David street building, tho board
investigated financial conditions.
It. can scarceiy construct buildings
not sufficient gold In tho building
fund to. make the desired improve
ment. Aftor thoroughly discussing
tho matter it was concluded that
a part of tho contingent f,und
could be. used or even the money
borrowed and thus effect that
whith is almost absolutely neces
sary tor the good 01 west Mar
ion. A ''question- which was probably
given -more Attention than any oth
er considered, was whether or not
the'Juuior class should bo allowed
to entertain the scu'tar class at a
dance. It seems as though tho
ttjrdjjtiojjis,,, juniors .hayo -.pjunnd
something very elaborate for, their
dignifed fretulg an'd aro formulat
ng plans, to entertain thorn at a
banquet and ball to bo given hi
tho-Hubcr hall. Tho majority of
board members did not favor a
dance ,in connectiou with a school
Mr. Sweney stated, that ho was
.not opposed to dancing when in
its proper pluco but declared that
probably only nbout thiirty per cent
of the members' of cither class
could .dalic'i and. tho remainder
.would bo compelled to pay an
elaborate lrico only to bo specta
Mr. Christian stated that a com
mittee i'lroni tho Junior class had
waited upon him -and tho chairman
of tho committee declared that tho
junior dasw had voted 35 to 8 iu
favor of tho dance. Mr. Chris
tian's opinion was that if the ma
jority wanted to dunce, let thorn
dunce. He said that lie had cau
tioned them agr'inst too great an
expense which would undoubtedly
bo tho most objectionable part of
"I don't caro how much people
dance, let them duueo thoir shins
off," remarked Superintendent
Frank 111 tho course of tho dis-'
cusmon, "but I am not :ti favor of
a ffiv 'fantastic too' enthusiasts
running iu that amusement in an
annual established school occassion
which should draw every student of
tho respective classes, 'thus causing
perhaps u scoro to stay away and
yet pay their good money. Tho
parents nrc really tho ones who
will suffer in tho end," continued
Mr. Dickorson was emphatically
opposed to the danco in connec
tion with tho banquet. Ho sasd;
"Lot tluvn give tho customary ban
quet, and climina'to tho ball part
then tho cost will not soar so high,
for they cun have a fino banquot
for $2 n plato."
"Why not cut out tho banquet
and have just the ball which
could bo given .for just, 50 cents
apbee," cynically .interrupted Mr.
Tho board took no action in tho
matter but einco tho, members aro
so opposed to tho danco it is. prob
able that thou juniors will reionf
.(heir w:uhe and) eliminate than
Mr. Frouk reported that Janitor
Petor MeCJain of , tho Davids
streot building- is off duty on
account of a severe attack- of grte
nnd requested that tho board so
euro .a substitute. Member Dinltnt..
sou wn authorized to look after
tho , muttor. TlieBuperintendonti
also stated that, in accordance to
tho-bodrd's request, .ho is collecting
tlio old records of, the schools and
that tlio principles of (ho various
grades havo handed in a score.
Ho said that ono of tho records
dates back as- far as 1840 and con
tains many interesting details.
B. P. dwenoy. of tho commence
ment committed rnnnouhced that ho
had rented the opera houso at a
cast of $75,' for the night of tho
last Friday in May.
Mr, Frank displayed a numbor
of drawing plates put out by the
Btudonts- ot tnc graded schools,
(ho work to ,bo on exhibition at
tho Jamestown exposition! Tho
board mrfrvollcd at, the accomplish
ments "which the drawing represent
ed and pronounced the work among
tho finest thpy had ever witnessed,
paying Miss Rachaol Thomas, tho
drawing tcachdi' a iiiico, compli
ment. (Bills nmo'uting to .$5707.48 wero
allowed aji'd warrants ordered
drawn for , their payment.
Cold feet and rhoumatism cured
by Elocjtropodcs. Ask your druggist.
Observed by Mr. and Mrs. R.
S. Mapes at Bucyrus.
C. W. Mapea and Miss Effle Mapes
of This City Present to
Air. and Mrs. R. S. Mapes qui--
etly celebrated their golden wed
ding anniversary Sunday" at their
homo on Rogers street. Though all
tho children could not bo present,
quite a number enjoyed tho excellent
dinner, which ' was 0110 of tho fea.
turcs of the day, Mr. and Mrs.
Mapes received showers of con.
gratulatlons and good wishes and a
number of presents from their child
ren, of whom five are living, and
from other friends. Telegrams of
congratulations wcrs read from
absent friends' and at dinner tho
host mado an . ablo' address.
Mr. an.d Mrs'.. Mapes were mar.
ried at New Castle, Pa., In 1857, and
have resided in Bucyrus since 1876,
The children and their places of res.
ldence are aa .follows: Mrs. T. B.
Clutter, Crestline; Miss Efflc MupcB,
Marlon; C. Wv Mapes,, of Marlon;
Carson Mapes of lM Angeles, Cal.;
Dr. R. J. Mapes, ot Tonepah, Nev.
Tho guests vho were present at
the dinner wero: C. W. Mapes
and family, of Morion; T. B. Clut
ter, ot Crestllno;" Miss, Effle Mapes,
of Marion; Miss Florence Roberts,
Delaware; Mr. and MrB. V. J.
Pholps, Master Norman and llttlo
Miss Helen Mary Phelps. Bucyrus
Mr. and. Mrs. Manes ore very
well known In Marlon, whore they
havo often visited their children.
The Mirror is pleased to Join with
me many local friends of the lion.
ored couple In extending Its con.
gratulatlons and best wishes to Mr.
and Mrs. Mapes, onHho hr.ppy event
'4 cdncort will be, given at tho
V. M. C. A. auditorium, March
21st, under' tho auspices of tho nine
organ committee of the Freo Baptist
ciiurcn. tho prominent nnp tnvinn.
part aro Mr. WIIIIam C. Hurt, tho
Well kllOWtl ltld vlnllnD. , n-
umbus, Miss LOfta May Wlant.
dramatic reader anmimporsonator.
Mrs. W. N. Hardoijfcan Prof.
Frederic W. BcrrymanXA'ho Pro
ceeds of this .concert" whl bo used
la purchasing a rlo organ for tho
Will Meet at the Home of Mrs
O. J. Elliott.
The Woman's Homo Missionary
Society of Wesloy M. E. Church,
will moot at tho home;o( Mrs. O. J.
Elliott, Starch 14, at2;'30.p, hi.
The following program will hi
rendored: ' '.a .
Subject, "Tho Incoming Millions. "
Singing, "From Greenland's Icy
Bible Reading .Isalan25.
Roll Call-.Readlhg,o'f Minutes.
"Immigration Studies,"; by Mrs.
tho W. H. M. S. atAnnual Meet
ing in Lincoln, NebT'.'HMrs. Dil.
worth. ; vVWfe "
Paymont of Dues.-
Toa served from' katWto G.-nn. v.v
Via Erie R. R. to points In the
West and Southwest, ' On the nrat
and third Tuesday of -each month,
we will have on sale, both on wav
and lound trip tickets at exceeding
ly low rates. Call on Mr. L. B.
Nobergall, Erie agent, for particu-
mm, ui- wio
Traveling Passeaiwr Atrent.
l-29.tu&thu p) 8-28 ' 'jf JMafro8, O
FELL BETWEEN CARS"
William Dlehl Injured at the Erie
William Diclil, of Bennett street,
a nicrht watchman at tho . Erie'
transfer lionsc, stepped' betweem
1 . .. !.. 'n. '.'...t.: ''TlHliT
iwo oox cars 111 mu yiuua juj
last niirht nnd foil to tho ground
sustaining Bcrious injuries. Dichl
sustained a fracture of a rib on
tho right side, his hip; was badly
bruised nnd a . sovero gash was
cut iu the back of his head.
He was taken to his homo
where ho was attended by Dr, 11.
PROBATE COURT NEWS
Chaiilcs Hunter, Tuesday, filed u
petition in tho probate court ask?
ing i,cr mo uppuiiiiiuuui, " " ku"1 -.
dinn for tho rcnl ond personal
projicrty of Henry J. Hunter, an
alleged imbecile. Tlio petitioner
states that Henry Hunter is pos
sessed of nbout eight thousands
dollars in veal and personal prop
erty nnd that ho has been giving
it away lataly. Hunter resides in
Montgomery township. Ho is GO
years of ago and pno ciE the best
known, farmers in that section.
Tho hearing "will bo hnd on
Thursday afternoon before Probate
John T. MoKinstry, guardian of.
tho cGoto of McKinstry Hayes,
has filed his report of tho - ap
praisement of tho rcail estate of
The Great European
and American Staff
lOxport diagnosticians nnd special.1
lsts, who have rooms at 110 High
Sc, two doors from Center, aro
thronged with sufferers eager to
gain admission. Tho Doctors who
cure, counsel free and strictly prl.
vatc. Acknowledged masters of
catarrh, incipient consumption, and
all chronic lingering diseases.
A correct diagnosis at the begin.
nlng of treatment is absolutely the
Arst urgent necessity to a completo
cure in all diseases.
Legally registered. Licensed by
the State for the successful treat,
ment of all chronic, nervous and
prlvato diseases, either sex. Why
experiment with uncertainties? Why
wait untllvtho last ray of hope has
forever gone,? Don't waste valuablo
time and mobey on slow uncertain
All dlscaso 01. tho eyo and car
Cataracts posltivMy removed with
out an operation, jpur treatment
will not only provcfc forjpatlon or
cataracts, but will rencuoth hard
nnd soft, no mattor how long thoy
may have existed. Thcso doctors
will cxamlno patients and tell ex.
actly what may be expected from
propor treatment and how long It
will take to euro thorn. The doc.
tors furnish all medicines to their
patients when ijnder treatment.
Tho doctors come endorsed by tho
highest medical authorities of both
continents. Diplomas and Medical
Certificates endorsod by Medical col.
legos and State Boards of Medical
Examiners In nine states. Tho doc.
tors havo had many years European
Ihqapital experience, ithorofhro pre.
parod to successfully treat all long
standing cases either sex no mar.
ter what your trouble, or who has
failed to euro you.
ri'ho 'doctors treat no acuto dis. '
eases, but mako nn entire specialty
of chronic long standing cases oven
If pronounced incurable This class
Ihey most desire to seo. No mattor
If yotir best physicians have glvon
yon up or hospitals turned you away
Samuel Gast, or Prospect, was in
tho city today on business.
John Mlnoughan, of Marlon, was
a guest at the Glaitcy ,home Sun.
day. Gallon Leader. ,
W "MANHATTANM--The Quality Store. M , '&&
The Newest Things in. . . . N. I . '- 'Sf
I , SPRING SUITS, I M
I . ; jC SPRING HATS. '":P' ? ?i
I and RAIN-COATS V , W
B , Will be found here. The prices are right,' and the quality well, you S '. ' '. fer
I know the quality if it's found here, ' H( J ' - K
I The Manhattan J ': m
for Men and Boys .
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OU'LL find it c.nsy to buy a good-
Y- looking cap
patterns in thcsizc
County Auditor C. L. Allen went
to Columbus on business this mom-
iMrs. J. P. Ludwlg Is visiting
relatives at North Baltlmoro during
the present week.
Craeo Moshlor, a domestic at a
Delawaro hotel, attempted milcido
Saturday, by drlnglng a bottlo of
hair tonic. Tho girl will recover.
55. II. Bothncr, of Toledo, man.
agor ot wrestler, John Shufclt, ar.
rived In tho city today with Shufclt
and will look after his mau -during
the contest tonight.
Jcsso A. Hunter, of Locklon, Is
the guest or his father, Charles
Hunter, of Glrard nvenuc. Bcforo
returning home, Mr. Hunter will
visit relatives In Prospect and
Mrs. Alfred Glegor nnd little son
Chalmcr and Mrs. John Sharrock
nnd family of this city aro tho
guests of tho ladles' mother, Mrs.
Goldsmith, or Martcl. Gallon In
quirer. Upper Sandusky Chief iBurns
McMahan, or Marlon, visited among
old fiiemls hero Sunday. Ho, Is
conducting a cafe in Marlon, and is
enjoying a good business.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Walter, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Walter nnd Misses
Lculso Walter and Em,ma Lescr
spent Sunday evening with friends
Jn Marlon. 01. B. Lay.
ton, or west or town,- spent Sunday
with relatives in Marlon; Mrs. Lay
ton has been visiting there for a
couplo or days. IMrs. D.
D. D. Young and daughter, Mild,
red, of southwest ot Hnrpster, re.
turned Sunday evonlng from a fow
days' visit at Marlon. 1
Wes. Eply, ot Marlon, was homo
Sunday. - T3d(lo Bjtiuqrj was
in Marlon Saturday on business.
Mrs. Permllla Martin re
turned Saturday afternoon from a
visit at Marlon. ,Karl
BIrmolo, who Is employed at Ma.
styles, patterns andA.valucs. Wc will be
glad of the opportunity to sJiow them to
you any time. f
HUGHS & CLEARY
Main and Center
If iir .. n . i. B
h vvc win give yuu just one ,;
more day.to buy your papers I -
I tip. and have tierii hung at H, '
I 6c per;oll I
I Don't wait if you wish toiteave 40 on
I the work. I
I Price of Paper f roniic to I
I $2,00 Per Roll. I
I D. B. goodsellI
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here, but you'd .
i Wi " 'J C"1
1 'wr.i nr 4
wait until , the ,best
you may want arc
now is unuSual in
rlon, visited over Sunday with his"
mother and family, cast or town.
John Gottfried, Jr.. of '
Marlon, visited Sunday with his
parents, on North Hazel street'.;
- Mrs. D. E. Doty Bpouf,.
Sunday in Marlon. ,
It is mado of the boat
corn and beans to be had.
TRY SOME. IT'S GREAT.
12 l-2c and 15c PER OAK
Leave orders before it is all
F. J. LUSCH
N.E. Cor. State ft Center SU.
OUR FISH LIST
Family white fish per pail ..50c,
Codfish por lb 10c to ..... , . 15c
Bloators 3 for 10c
Dressed Smoked Herring pet
, lb , .r s.r. 20c
Sardines Oil .. .'.. 5 to 15c
Sardines, mustarjL, ....'. 10c
A full line onjlaconochle Bros,
imported fish, suenvas Findon Had1
dock, Fresh MacSwol, Mackerel
in sauce, Fresh HcrUng, Herring,
in Sauce, Kippered Hftrring, Pre
served Bloaters, etc.
Phono 39 209 E. Center Street.
Agency for "Wood's Boston Coffee
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