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THE MARION DAILY, MlRRO R, TUESDAY, 'MAJtOH 12, 1007.
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Sec Dr. Lunger, OcuJIjt, Huber Dlk.
dET THE CASH HABIT.
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HIGHEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES.
Suits More Stylish Than
We Ever Saw Before at $15.00
In the beautiful array of fine Easter
suits now fairly pouring in, is plainly
shown this big store's power to under
sell all competitors.
-U'o demonstrate that litis. is no idle boast,
. w&M)nly ask you to conic and sec, and
particfuhirly to note the uncqualcd fine
ness of these suits we mention at $15.
Of spring-weight. black panama one suit has an
unusually smart Etonkct that is lincjl (just think of
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it) with finest black taft'etftvhich also ftices the collar
nnd turn-back cuffs; fancyknife-plaitfcd taffeta silk
1 - 1
, An Eton in a soft smoky
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wjfch pin s.t;'ipcs of darker
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I jacket js finished with fancy braided and gilt sou-
A mannish cut-away-suit is extremely stylish and
chic tailored from a neat gray and white worsted, it
- has tailored bias bands and buttons through. The
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.skift has bias band and side plaits $jc,
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AND IT'S A BEAUTY
AT THE PRICE
As stylish and distict
ive a Top Coat as ever
was shown in Marion.
A coat thathas the ap
pearance of a $20 or
It's strictly all wool
'of the popular gray
maHe by one of Roch
esterbelt makes. A
Top Coat that will fit
and stay fit and guar
anteed in every way to
give perfect satisfaction
Other Top coats as
low as $ 1 0. Some as
high as $30.
MR. tDWAKD SHIELDS
Dies at Home of His Mother Near
Mr. Edward Shields, aged thirty
five years 'and nnniiirrled, died at tho
home of hln mother, Sirs. V. Shields
two miles west of Klrknatrlck, at
S:20 o"cloek .Monday morning. Death
rcbultcd after an Illness of several
years with cancer of the lwwels.
.Tho deceased had been an Invalid
for a number of jears and death
cr.mo as a relief to his long years
ai intense suffering. Besides the
mother, two brothers, William and
Lnndon Shields, lesldlng at homo,
.Funeral scivlcc will be conducted
from tho home at 1 o'clock Wednes.
day afternoon. Rev. Cluules Colo,
tint Kirkpatrick minister, will offi
ciate. Interment will bo mado at
ir is over-lined
gra)r, browVTand bhie. The
M. PM M
Burglars Enter Store of F.
FRONT DOOR FORGED
And Twenty-five Dollars
Jim Bryner is Arrested Charged
with Shooting Within the Limits
of the City.
Forcing tho lock on the front
door, burglurs Becured nu entrance to
tho F. K. Wake stole on West
Center street, Inst night, and lobbed
tl.o cash regislcr or between Iweyi.
tr.nnd twenty-five dollars.
Tho I033 was loported to tho police
this morning hv Den Ulnke, the son
of tho proprietor. Mr. Dlako told
tho police that he had ncun In the
store alwut S o'clock In the evening
(and had Co mid the night light
tinned out. He thought that some,
one else had been In the place,
and had foigotten to leave the light
hunting. Ho turned the light on
and patslng the place lator, found
It turned out again. He lit It and
Tho llghtwas out this morning
when the store wns opened. It Is
hit, opinion that tha store was entered
early In the ovcnlng, and that the
burglars remained hidden until late
at night when they left tho place.
The lock on the front door Is
such that It can bo forced without
damaging It to any extent. It Is
believed that somcono familiar with
tho workings of the door Is cullty
of the lobbcry.
Charged with shcoting promiscu
ously within the cjty limits, .Jim
Diyner, was arrested" yesterday attcr.
ncon by Off cor Chapmnu. When
brought before the mayor, Bryner
admitted using a pistol during tho
fight on North Main St. Saturday, but
.Mam street, Saturday nlaht. hut
claimed that he was nssalled by two
negroes, and it Is said that the bul
la narrowly missed a little girl who
was on the street In front of tho
place. During the fight, Bryner was
stabbed by one of tho iiegrop,t and
Jit claims to prevent being further
injured no pulled his gnu.
Fred Pago, tho North Main street
snlobnlst, today stated that tho fight
bet wen Jim iBrynor and tho twn
negroes, Wesley Banks and Flute
Holmes, Saturday night, did not
take place In his place of business,
but on tho sidewalk a short dlslanco
further up the street.
BEFORE THE LODGE
Delivered by District Deputy-
Pythian, Sisters Hold a Well
Attended Conclave Monday
Tho I'ytliinn .Sisters enjoyed a
conclave in tlio lodge halls Just
night. Sorenty-eiglit members
were present and 0110 of tlm 1110,1
succesfii hcssions of tho season
resulted. After cnusidcivng tho
iismil run of business, initinlivo
woik wus tniccn 11 j and tho lodgo
(legrco wns conterred on a class of
Mr Com Ilutcliinsoi of Dela
wnie,, gmud dislr-Vt deputy was
pre.-enl nnd fnvoied tho lodge
itlt an excellent address. Sho con
gratulnted them on tho excellent
work which who harl witnessed nnd
pronounced Marion lodgo ono o"f
tlio .strongest and most enehusinstie
hlio had 'visited for somo timo,
.Mis. floorgo Jlaker, delegato to
tuo district .convention bold at
Mansfield two weoksNi&o, ropd a
coniploti) rojioit of tho convention
which wn.s highly inlerestiiig .At
the conclusion or tho program,
luncheon wnp served nnd a social
Tho Lady Maccabees will meet In
regular session tomorrow nfternoon
at 1:30 o'clock. A good attendance
At a largoly attended meeting of
Kosciusko lodgo, I, O. O. F, held
lost night thq initiatory degree was
conferred on a class or two enndt.
dates. Degree work was nrranged
for tho meeting next Monday night,
Tlioro in always nvlmtHe between
rUeuMBtiwnand Eleotropodes. Ask
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T, R. Allen and .1. F. Dombaugh
were Tuesday morning appointed
special examiners to mako on ex
amlnathu of tho books and account
of the county treasurer and abo to
exnmlno the records of the auditor.
Mrssrs. Allen and Dombaugh com.
laioncod their work this mjdrnlng,
and will bo required to spend sev
eral days before n complete report
can bo made.
There Is nt presont about $120,
000 In" tho county treasury. Immed
iately af cor "tax. paying time, tho
treasurer, had thq sum or $330,000 on
baud. Tho money Is distributed
among the banks of tho city, nil or
which nro depositories for county
Tha county commissioners' hold a
hearing Monday in tho Paden ditch
'in'-ittcr. ' The report' Saturday.
March 23, at 10 o'clock -at tho conn.
t surveyor's office. Tho Padeu
ditch ' Is to be built near Brush
Judge Young began a two weeks'
teim or court at Bticyrtifl Monday
morning. Judge Babst will ,then
return rrom Marlon nnd finish the
term. Tho next term begins May
13. Gallon Inquirer.
MR. FRANK REED
After Four Months Illness
Deceased was Born and Raised at
Marysville and Came to Marion
Only Five Months Ago
Frank JteCil used forty years,
eleven month anil eleven days,
died nt the lionic of; his sister Mrs.
Susan Hnle of No. i Oeorgo
street at .10 10 o'clock Monday
nisht. His deiuho was duo to
consumption w.tli nhout four
month V duration.
The deceased was horn nnd
raised hi. Mnryevillo. Ho was a
pliiiuor by trade and Jind been
employed in tho ihuy.svill(j ioor
and Sush company until nhout i'we
nionlli njro when ho lnoko down
in licnllli and came to this city,
taking up his home Villi his bis
ter. Tho siirvVwsf members of tho
family aio two sous, T. A. Heed,
of Kqnlon nnd William Heed of
Marysville. Also fivo hrolhers and
three hisiers survive. Asido from
tho Mtcr munt oned they are
Mis. Mollie (iuy and M'rs. Jvu
Hamilton of Maiysvillo nnd Will
iam and Dallon Kccd of Marys
ville; I.C111 Heed of Kenton, New
ton and Dallas of Cofumbus.
The icniains Ai he shipped to
Mniyrille Wednesday morninp;
and funer.il oitico will be con
dueled from the' 'liomo of Mis.
Mollip (lay at, 2 o'clock in the
afternoon. He L. C. Uee.d, n
cousin of the deceased w.ll offi
ciate, Jnlerment -will lie made Jil
Oakland (emolorv, '
. Walter Hickman of Agosta
Meets with Accident
Mrs. Walter Hickman, of Agosta,
was tho victim of n peculiar but
painful accident, occurring Monday
afternoon abont 2 o'clock. Sho was
sitting nt an old-fashioned writing
tlffck In tho Citizen's telophono of.
Ueo nt Agosta, when a small boy In
attempting to secure an article from
n shelf, upsst tho stand, ovxerturn.
Ing n large clock which fell direct
ly upon Mrs. Hickman's head, In.
dieting a deop scalp wound two
Inches In length. Dr. Ogden was
summoned and renedered the ncccs.
sary surgical attention.
For the .Kitchen or Bath
'Room can bo bought cheapent
at this store.
Good two yard wide Linole
um regular 00c grade at lie
Best GOc grade two yard!
wido Linoleums ai .. 8c
Floor OUcloths 1 yd 1 1-2' yd
and 2 yiLwido. Good qual
ity. Our Bectal low ririco
Let us figure oiMyour window
shado 9rdetv jlm ci save
you some money.
Attempts to Take Her Own
SUICIDE OF HER FATHER
Preys Upon Her Mind Until
She Loses Reason.
Prompt Action ou Part of Neighbors
Saves the Life of the Woman
Only Slightly Injured.
Two weks ago, M's. Jnnette Lind
say,, wife of Frank Lindsay of No.
11)35 North Stnto street, attended tho
funeral of her 'father, Kilns Clott.
of Knox, county, who became tern.
porarlly Insane nnd committed sui
cide by hanging. Tuesday, sho mndo
an nttempt -upon i:or own llfo by
trying to stab licrsolf with a butch
er knife nn.l Inter o stranglo herself
with n towel. Sh Is now a raving
maniac, but her Injuries are of
It seems as though he death of
her father completely overbalanced
her mind nnd since her rei, rn homo
fiom the funeral, Mrs. Lindsay has
practically been Insane. Three, day?
ago sho mado n desperate attempt to
take her life with a ruzor, but tho
deed was blocked by the members
of tho family. .Monday she drove
her son Walter, aged ten, from tho
house with n hatchet. Her Insane,
nrss, however, .seemed periodical up
until Tuesday and the family cher.
l3hed iomo slight hopes for an Im.
.Tho climax came Tuesday morn.
ing nt 9 o'clock. Mrs. Wilbur
l'llng nnd Mrs. Marion Uean, neigh,
bors, wero sitting In tho reception
room when Mrs. Lindsay, who was
In another room rushed In to tho
kitchen, secured a larco butchor-
knlfo and darted up stairs. Mrs.
Fling and Mrs. lleau, realizing tho
situation, rushed after her, but the
frantic woman ran Into a room and
locked the door. Elsworth nean.
hearing tho scicams of tho women,
rushed to the scene In tlnto to break
It is quite ovldent .that tho worn.
an was Insane to the extent that
when she entered tho room that sho
couldn't guldo tho knife, for instead
of touching a vital spot, the knlfo
fell across her lcit wrist, infllctlnc
a long, but not deep wound. When
tlio neighbors entered tho room.
Mrs. Lindsay was lying across tlio
nc , and tlio knlfo had dropped to
As .Mrs. Fllug picked It up, tho In?
snno woman grabbed for It, crying,
"Olvo mo tho knife, I'll cut my
throat," followed by numerous "fran
tic screams. ncfoiv, n n,,mMnnt
number of neighbors bad gathered
to hold her, she had secured a tow.
el and tied It around hor nnrif
drawing Iho knot until It shut on
the wind. However, the last effort
proved futile aud sho was overpow
ered. Tho family aivl nelerhborhood
was thrown Jnlo a stnto of oxclte.
ment by the event. Tho poljco head
quarters was called and Officer Sla
gk rospondod. Dr. James Wilson
McMurrny was summoned and ren
dered tho necessary medical atten.
tlcn. Although tho family had
not definitely decided ns yet, tho
victim will probably be removed to
Mrs, Lindsay Is forty-nlno vears
of age. alio had been In poor hoalth
for several years. Poor health, to.
got her with tbe worry ovor the snd
end of her father, wero undoubtedly
me raciors leading to hor present
rendition. However, tho physicians
think that t.o nttack may bo only
'IMrs. Lindsay Is tho mother of
Roy Lindsay, aged twenty-five, of
this city, Ralph ngoi twenty.ono of
L'lyila and Walter, aged 10, at homo.
Dig orchestra dnnco tonight In
owiwnigors niTH, Admlss on. 20
for couple, estrnSindles JOc. it
Mrs. Celia Thomas Dies
Monday at Scott Town.
Deceased wai One of tbe 01det
and Best Known Reijdenti
Mrs. Celia Thomas, mi need and
highly respected hidy p ftcott,
MVkimi ll..l ni Iia.. Kama In iltnt m.ft
ineo Monday afternoon at 4:3Q
oVIoik. iJentli resuHed ( after, nn
illness' of two inon'tiSt wtyh, ft'
cwiujuciiuoit utilises nna 10 out
knew hor wa - called "Aunt
Celia" iviw JlttHt ninety years o
ago and during her' lotig residence
in Marion county formed n. wMo
circle oC frio)id.i. fcfiiq 'wns' a Iii'o
long member of tfio Methodist
Kpiscopal cliuirlf nnd .a christintt
woman who lived n. cbcHtinn lifo.
Sho was n nohlo woman who mado
friend wborevcr bIio wont nnd
jwssc'sscd the happy faculty ofl re
t Sonic years ngo JIw, Thomas ro
sined in Lnltuo but. later moved
into the country nnd only Inst
fall took up Iter residence in Scott
Town. Of the imnicduito family
four soim survive. They ni'o Milton
nnd Kberl, both of Marion: Will
iam of Scott Town nnd John of
Dover, Ohio. Two sifters are also
left to mourn her death.
The funeral service Avil fake
place from the M. K, clinroh nt
Scotl Town Thursday morning nt
11 o'clock conducted' by itcV. Mr.
Sinclair of Agotn,, Interment
will follow nt the Lnltuo cemetery.
Inflammatory , Rheumatism
Cured in 3 Days
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Tnd.,
Rn?: "My wife, had inflammatory
lllieumntism in every musclo nnd
joint; hor sufferings was terrible
and her body nnd l'aco were swol
len almost beyond recognition; had
been in bed for six weeks and had
eight physicians but lcccivcd no
benefit until sho tried tho Mystic
Cure, for lihcumntism. It gave im
mediate relief and sho was able to
walk about in three days. I am suro
it saved her life." Sold by Tho
Dnmblo Pharmacy, Opp. Ker House.
LOW PACIFIC COAST nATES.
From March 1st to Anril 30th. tlio
Erlo R. It. will iiavo tickets on
sale dally nt very low rates to tho
Pacific Coast and Intermediate
points. For uither informntion.
apply to L. 13. Nebcrcnll. Erlo Ag.
ml or write
O. L. ENOS,
- Trav. Pass, Agt.,
2.12-22tcoa Marlon, Ohio.
Our now spring
suro that a visit to
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Three Uiimatchable Dress i
Goods Items for Wednesday
Three of the greatest bargains in
dress goods that this store ever adver- -tised.
New spring goods in all their,,
beauty for aboutpne-half price and less.
75c Muslins, 45 inches Wide, 33c Yard
Imported Hohairs, with thrt beautiful and
permanent silk lustre. Vhese are fine goods,
are 1 1-d yards wide, comEin black, dark blue
and red. Positively wotk 75c. J Our price,
Wednesday, 35c yard. '
; $1 Wool Batiste, WednesVitc Vard N
The most preferred of all spring dress fabrics,;
a fine wool batiste, M inches wide, a beautiful
fabric. Comes in black,. dark blue and gray.
Tis an every day $l fabric; Wednesday, 49cyd..
54-kh Chiffon Panamas,' 40c Yard " ;
If there ever was a
una i sure unc or mem. a line uninon 4 paw
ama, 1 1-2 yards wide. It's a fine quality,;
comes in black and many new gry ahadfs, ; 20,
pieces will be sold Wednesday for 49c yard,
The Warnir I Edwards. SMra
Silk Suits at $20.00
Dressy styles triwmetl
with .laces aid sets af
cream and white.
Black Taffeta Silk
Suits at $12, $16.50
Jauaty taa or jacket
suits, spleadsdly tailered
and tastefully trimmed.
Voiles, Panamas and'
checks and plaidsV Price
$15 to $60
SilK, Linen, Mulls, French
Batistes, Nets aad Laces.
Prices range from
$1,00 to $10.00
We advise early selec
tion. WARNER & '
Is Your Figure
If not, why not try a Thomp
son's Glove Fitting Corset? A
, corset that is true to its name
'as they fit as well and feci as
'comfortable as a fine kid clove.
AyA if you will fit your dresses
utui. vitcau iuivuiabvu bvioovo
you vcan add greatly
style d beauty.
models arm. now in tand feel
th's dopSktmcnt will bo to your
fabric worth $1 a yard,"
J.i r your druggist whieh .winn. W8T ,OWTlW, BTlwr, ogo. . if'.a U 7 ";' , L" T Ti 'vi ""Fl
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