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THE MARION DAILY., MERROU, FRIDAY,,, MARCH 15, 1007.
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The only form of food made
from wheat that it all nutri
ment it the soda cracker, and
yet the only soda cracker of
which this Is really true la
soda cracker todXat
fi In a
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
STEE LTRUSTS PROFITS
WERE ONLY $156,000,000
Voile, March .15. Tho
kIccI trust's leport for yenr shows
piottls amounting t0 if 15(1.000,(1(10
n'n increase of $1111,000,000.
you want in the
line will bo
lot of chicken
IHozier & Rhoads,
Both Phones N. State St.
We-JJust opened our large variety
of ) Garden Seeds and will sell them
Veflow Onion Sots, 3 quarts. ...2Gc
jfthfte Onion Sets, per quart,. lOo
Potatoes, Early Ohio por bu..8f5c
Potatoes, Early Rose, per bu..8Se
Seneca Beauties ner bu .... 75c
"White Star, per bu v7fic
,;, FLOWER SEEDS.
, We have them of all kinds. Just
asft'what you want and wo will
dell 'them to you.
PhOtea Citizen 1174. Bell 117 S
Y.:M. O. A. Building.
'ALL THIS WEEK
" 'AMERICAN NEWSBOY
Thflw Singing Kids Two
o, Two Small.
a. onmx'Ms jiaiuuiTUN
,;-,World'B Greatest Barrel
;. uuumjiu fXVIXJBUXi
, TJT'aaTT' QTUTTn
ft A Dashing Soubr
.' irAVTviri nrfitiiTt.. -,. .7
v muvinu riuxu KiiB
; a uompieie unanco
3PROF. rBBEMAW'S PER-
j day Matlncr.8 will bo given w
it 2:30 p. M. 10c.
Ladies' chinaware aouvonirs
,' jaftviuuoH Aiieaaav nnn
PIOES NEVER CHANGE
liken care of at
wVhave a choice
wen as liuia
Will Paoer Satisfaction ,8 not always 'bouf"t wiv waU
' r y. l"Per' An off pattern-a little
nitligence initio hanging, and yobio never satisfied with tho pur
chaBe. Avoiffany un pleasantness of nHBor by coming heio, Wc
show np-to-dato patterns at lowest price ?rraWnrni8hreliablo paper
hangers tfyat will not slight tholr
ioda cracker iclentiflcidly
soda crackvieYer fresh,
moisture proof package.
Says Webraskan Will Not
Tour the Country.
OHIO IS FOR BRYAN
He Disclaims all Knowledge of
Judge Harmon Being Brought
Out for President
If Bryan Is nominated for pros!.
ilont next year ho will nol rppc.it
the trnnsi'ontliiMitiil touri wlilrh lio
ninilo lu tho (lln;istmiiK oninpalgns of
1R and KiDt), In the opinion of
Chiilrninu Harvoy O. Garlior of the
Domocrntlft rttwf cxpciiUvp commit
tee, lio will Imitate the tonBorvrttlyo
custom of fiiicee3f.ful presldontltil
enndldates who limited their pere
grinations to their front porchca
tliiilnK tllo citmpaln, nnd will avoid
tlia toiirltst examples set by himself
Phis opinion was expressed by
Chairman Cnrbel yeslcnlny. while
ilenylnR ny ItnowledRo of a reported,
movement to loom .liids.011 Harmon'
of Cincinnati, as the. Ohio candidate.
In opposition to Hryan.
The repoit connected Garber,
Senator Huffman of Bntlor county,
Ed. Hanly of Dayton and Bert Bart,
low, of Hamilton, soroant-at.aiJiiB
of tho senate, with the Harmon
movement, Senator Huffman was
hero yesterday and entered a denial
both for himself and his friend Bart,
Chairman darner said: "Tho last
state I'ouventlon Indorsed Bryan
unanimously, and the next 0110 will
bu JiiBt ns unanimous for him If he
h a candidate, I don't know that
he will be a candldato. I have not
(allted with him binco last October.
During his tour of Ohio In tho cam.
pah?n Inst fall wo wero together,
and once some reference was made
tu the question of hh being a cnndl
dnle again. He did not say ho
would bo. His allusion to It was
that If ho should bo Riven a third
nomination ho would" not travel all
over the country In speaking tours,
a.i he had ilono In each of his pro.
vlous campaigns. In his .first cam.
pnlgn ho was practically unknown
and In his sscouil campaign thero
were patts of the country which ho
had not visited. But now thero is
no part of tho country whqro ho
lins not been, and there Is not tho
htinie urgency for him lo take tho
slump. 1 know of no Harman move
ment. "It's nows to mo," said Senator
Huffman, "and I shall enjoy telling
Barllow about It, for I nm.suio It
Will bo news to him," Ohio State
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
lature of L&SjfficMc&M
Drugs and Will ftp r
In the New Ohio Athletic Or
ACKEttMAN AND SWANSON
Meet on the Mat at Colum
I . bus This Evening.
Ed Fluley's Indian Arthur Monture
Proves an Easy Proposition for
Ackermnn Thursday Night
Tlicro's now an nthlotio "Dig
Nine" of, Ohio colleges. For sev
eral years it lias been the "llig
Six" but tho expansion net was
done last night nt a mooting in
the Hotel Ilnritnnn in Columbus.
'Woodier, DcnHoii mid llenlel.
berg nio the new members. Kor
some time I hero bus been 11 l'un
iutf Hint Iho "Dig Six" vehicle
wn a bit shy oil joom ami last
night's nclkm brings three live
colleges inio the select circle, of
ficially known as tho Ohio Athletic
Voting tit tho mooting were
frof. Morrey of Ohio. ,Slntej Piol".
Smyser of Ohio Vo?loynit; ProC.
Hooves of Keiiyon; ProC. Sf.
John C Oljorlin; Pi of. Culling of
Woilorn Reserve and 'Prof. Hen
iiimiii of Case.
Pa,of('.'.oii WiUon of Woosicr was
in jitloinhliR'O as was Professor
Hall of Kenyon. Xeillior Denison
nor Heidelberg word represented,
biil 110 one was needed to urge
their admit tnnco.
The conference, nfeo look up I he
subject of a linifornii method of
ocuring officiate for fool ball
game and provision was mnde for
the selection of a committeo Hint
will have tin's important worlc in
Al uSehonek's lulll in Columbus
Alex Swuus.on will meet -Al Akor
man of Lima in a. match at nnluli
I, weighty and doesn't enitirlnin much
iciii- niai-uie outconio will he
adverse lo him. Tho eiilertainment
"taris at Si.'IO o'elocv.
Akennnn lal night won n match
in ,sorl older as tho following
lispaich from Liina sayst
"Wrestling for the woltenveight
ehampionsliip iUh, Arthur Mon
ture, Kd. Kinlay's, Indian wonder
was- dofealed in Lraight falls here
tonight by Al Akennnn in his
first mat cli ,siiy0 l)s reluni fron
Pinipn. The riral , fall required
bill .my minulef), Akeiman usiii"
11 seis'.ois hold, while tho Indian
went down and out m the iTe-t
bottl in two minutos.
Fooy Al Akoiunui, tho I.ima
farmer Mopped ofj' in tlu t.ity to
day while enronto to Columbiw
wlioio this evening ho moots 'Alex
Swiinann in (ho Elka benefit ath
lolm cai nival.
pining ,is slay hero Al mado tho
Mil nil- otTice a -pleasant call and
old in his happy manner- snnio of
lio happenings during his recent
QCauso of Stomach Trouble
When a man lias trouble, with his
stomach, you may know that ho is
eating more than ho s'lionld or of
some orllelo of food or drink not
suited to his ago or occupation, or
that lils bowels aro habitually eon
btipaled. Take Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets to regulate
Hie bowels and Impiovo tho dlgos.
Hon, and seo It tho tioublo does not
disappear. Ask for n freo sample.
Sold by all druggists.
UaS DYSPEPSW TABLETS
intHcrettlpn nd Btamach Troublaa
prof; Freeman and
Oae of the Best Attractions on the
at tho Marion
IN JKREST1NG LECTURE
- ; i
To be Delivered Saturday by
Prof, frank Ttibb3
Kvery liojv ami girl in. "tlio" oily
is cordinlly imilcd lo attend the
lf0hn(j"loMd given by Prof.
Prntilt I'ubllS on tin Hiiliinr't.
! "Birds". Saturday moniinsr at' 10
,. i il ..I II. j. n!i.. 11..1.K.- i!i
uiiKjn, hi. nni v. uy iujiiiis iHiniiy.
Tlie.Hjibjecl i one Uia. hbtlil?p
iVonWtfHlin liltlo folks of'Maflon
Slnlo or Ohio, fily of Toledo
, ,Luen? County pi.
Prnnt u Cheney 'mnkftq n'alh
llial- ho is sPuiAr partner oC.lho
firm ol V, .1. Phoney & Co., do
'mg buiness in (lie Oily "of Toledo,
County ami Stale nl'oiesaid, and
thai said firm will pay the slim of
ON 10 HtJNDRrj) DOUiAIW for
each anilf-every ca;u of C.llarrh
I hat mhnol Jio ouroil by tho uso of
PRANK J. OnfiNBV,
Swoni tlo hoforo mo and sub
scribed .in my presence, thfs 0th
day of Peccmbor, A. I)., 1SS(1.
A. W. GLKASON.
(SEAL)-- Notary Public.
Hall's Oalarrli Curo 'is taken in
ternally; 'and acts ditolly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of tho
Ryslem. Send for lost-VnonJals froo.
F. .J. IClirajRY & CO.
Sold by flll druggists. 7fic
Take Hall's Family Pilh for con
slipalioii. JUNIORS HOLD
Decide to Give Senior Class
Hold They, Have a Right to Dance
After .'Banquet if They
, Desire to do so
Immediately nt the close of
school Jnsl 'niglil, the members of
the .fiun'oiv class of the high school
hold it lijhsK.fnooling in Hie auditor
ium for.llle,rhrpoo oC totning to
some definite, coiii'lnsion regarding
tlio maiiner"ili whieli trt onlertitin
tlio ,Honiors. t
LurayMouSor, president of the
ftlnss, occiipied tlio chair. After
thoroughly'disciissing Iho outerlnin-
menl iuestioii,4,tie class decided to
onteilaiu thoCniors at a banquet
followed by asocial reason. A to
tho nnluro o,fho social .season
nothing leCillio, twwi decided but
the juniors allogo "llial I hey hold
tho .right lo pon(l H Ju dancing.
Tin oven! will vbb' held on Friday
evemng, Apiil lOjrtho place lo bo
decided later. "VI
Delivers Interesting Lecture at bt.
Hov. A. h. ningwoll of To
ledo deliveiod hvcry interesting
leoluio 011 tho .sivln'ect. "IlOO Yearn
I of the Episcopal $hureh in Ameri
i'ii." at SI. Paul's .parish Jiouso
I last niglil. The 'lce(uro was hoard
by a crowd IhnWtnxed tho cajincily
01. 1110 piace. wc .
The spoakei' illustrated his lec
ture with oxeollont'"storcopticbn
boots, head .nifflCciirly letlure, en.
dive, parsley. rlfiamiOi. wator evoss,
splnnch radlslies.rlcVMa ind Cal.
Ifornla OiMiige!riand uHpI otlier
ood tbljign. f '
it n. t. uims & co.
Opposite Court Hnnso.
his trained goats
Vaudeville Stugo,amd Now; Appearing
Family Theater ,nii.
Hold Well Attended Meetings
.Tl.-A'i ' ' I . -
To the Delight of Those Who
Delegates and Alternates Chosen to
District ConventioaWblch Meets
dt Upper Sandtifeky;lHipril
At the homo of. Mrs. 0.' J. HI.
llott on Olnoy Avenue, ithe- Woman's
Home Missionary Society, of Wesley
M. 13. Church, held a highly Inter
esting meeting Thursday afternoon.
Tlio attendance was very lfUHU.fi
A short biislnoss.i'sesrfol 'Nprdccdetl
tho regular program. Twb'ddleRatos
were nppolntod to tejir.cse.nt the socl.
ety at the District Missionary con.
vfiition to bo held at Upper Sandus
ky on April 0, 7 nnd 8. Mrs. Wil
liam Watk'ns and Mrs. Enoch
Knaehel were named. As alternates
Mrs. C.-H. Uowloy and Mrs. John
Manley wore appointed.
At ths conclusion of tho business,
m. excellent program, on the sub.
Jictf "The Incoming Millions," was
rendered. After short devotional
CNerclso.s, Miss Plnkerbam gave an
Interesting iIIscuksIoii of "Immigra
tion Studies'." "Stirring Resolutions
Pawed by tho Woman' ItOmo Mis.
sl'inary Society at its Annual Meet.
liig In Lincoln, Nebraska," wa the
subject of a highly Interesting Inlk
by Mrs. Dllworth. ' The piogram
closed with a general discussion tin
the linmlgiant question.
A concluding event was a tea,
which was served lo about thirty
members and friends Immediately nt
the clo.se of tlio program.
The Foreign Missionary Society of
npwoilh M. n. Church mot in tho
church pallors yesterday afternoon.
The attendance was very ,'largo and
mi Interesting mooting njnu,lted.
After (onsldeiliiK lUHlir,sa, of a
general nature, a missionary, pro
gram was enjoyed. Tho Plfth'chap.
tor or the missionary 1 c5t ' book,
"Chrlstus ltcdcmptor.t waiirread anil
thoionghly discussed 'by 'jyiih.' Frank
Slfritt, Mrs. I'. .). V'.' ""W.ny and
Mrs. IL 1L Mealey, '"'" '
"Tho Story of the Llfp'oF'Jdhn G.
Poton," was told In an .Interesting
manner by Mrs. s. S. JUirgen3. A
reading, "Largo Glvimff!',, was de.
literal by Mrs. Charles Olbson. Tho
piogiam closed with a talk by Mrs.
K. K. Msalo" on "Tbonk Offering
Tetter. Suit Rheum
Theso are diseases for wfclch
Cliambcrlalu'fl Salvo Is espeel illy
valuable. It quickly allays tho Itch.
Inj; and smarting and soon effec's a
cuio. Price 2,1 cents. For saio by
"Mr. Charles Allen was in Colum
oiis today looking after business.
.John II. Sloll went to Calton to
day on business.
Miss Ida Howard of Oalion, if
the guest of, Mis Floicnco Bland
of Mast rentor street.
Attorney Lloyd Deflolley of
The rod tetter
All coach irnipa conUlntu tptttti oouO
pt the boweli.. Bee' LaxttWo ttoaer tni
Tu ttoTte the bowtli apt couuin ao opUU
. ur n iv,i,,ni'M nRlln HTORIt
i' -tC VFV
A DOLLAR AND A OUATKR 1 .
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.!. These aro KOOd duality, fresh
W Iho quantity price and w'c are
it: eiose margin. See the window.
( SANIJOL BARGAINS.
jf Sanitol Tooth Powder .. , 19 cents jfi
cu Sanitol TOoth Paste , 19 cents in
5Jf Sanitol Liquid, small .TV 19 cnt 2,
W Sanitol Liquid, Largo .?. t 37 cent 2
M Sanitol Faco Cream jL m cents (
( Sanitol Tooth Brush jw . . 2G cents M
( March winds havo no terow for thoseho, use Witch Ha"sel (P
Off Porm Aid Cream. Good for chaps. 10 cenWaho bottle, flji
i-- .. . m
UHE REXALL STORES
?. NATIONAL CIGARS
Marion, was in the city Thursday.
Earl, tho son of E. M. Ttuhlman,
Is HI with tho grip at the homo of
his father on Qnrley Avenue
Mr , and Mrs. K. K. Uhlor left
last night for New York City whore
thoy will spend several days.
Mrs. (Robert E. JCerr was in
Marion Wednesday nftcrnoon n
business. Upper Sandusky Chief.
imm Terry, or Hepburn, Ohio, Is
a visitor nt Die D. A. Terry home
on Oak street.
John niddle. of tho nrm of Itlddle
& Oiaaf, of Delaware, was in the
city today on business.
Mrs. L. A. Kennedy and Miss
Edna Kennedy of llarpster wore
guests- of Marion friends Friday.
iFranois IJaloy, of Fanning
street, is critically ill wilh pneu
monia. Miss Winnie Pfeisler, a muse at
tho Imbecile Asylum at Columbus
is spending a week ns Iho guest of
Mrs. .lames Paikor of Morral.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Fisher
loft this morning for Cnlumhit
where they will lemain n few lays
as the gnest of friends.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Wagoner
of Sandusky .'ro guests at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. .lolm Star):
on East Mark street.
Mrs. James Berry, and daughter
Mary, of Howard, O., aro tho guests
of Mrs. Tristram, of East Center
stieet, this weok.
Jacob Dower, of Marlon, has
taken the position as second bar.
tender at tho Hatol Gottfried cafe.
Harry Knlsoly "aVlug resigned tho
position. Upper Sandusky Chief.
Mrs. Georgo Cnskey has boon at
tho home of her daughter,. Mrs.
Win. Tnllman, in Marion, for tho
past ton days. Wyandot Cor. Up
per Sandusky Chiof.
Miss Snllio tnw.se, of Marion,
is visiting her .sister, Mrs. Willis
Mann niul family on South San-
AillE YOU GOING TO PAINT?
IF SO, USE THE BEST.
li(w f."TJg:-ag-rT--T i$ rtff,
L. II VMKS
HABERMAN HARDWARE CO
107 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Whether a Bunch of Shingles
or the biggest lumber contract, it's always policy to
come to the concern that DOES THE BUSINESS.
Largest output; supertnill facilities; prompt delivery;
right price there's mucTrHo arge buying Lumber or
Coal offl "VJ
The Wollenweber Lumber Co,
Dome t. IM1.j
f ' ' AV
from Ihn faetnrv. Wa Mt
sellbig them to yon at a very j
"iluslcy avenue. Upper Sandusky
Mrs. Mose Larcomb and child
ren and guest Miss Patli Thompson
of Marion, spent Wednesday wilh
fi lends at Klrby.-Unner Sandusky
Mrs. J. M. Hinds left this
morning for Columbus whoro alio
will spend a few days visiting
her daughter in law, Mrs. Hugh
Hinds who is confined at Grant
Norma, little daughter of Mr.
and Mis. Ward Haviland, of Mar
ion, visiled several il.ivw Inst, ireei-
Willi her grandparents Mr. and
I Mrs. George W. Mnrtin. Wynn
idof Cor. Upper Sandusky Chief.
Gently moves tlio bowels and at
the name tlmo stops the cough.
Hoe's Laxative Oouuh Rvmn. rinn.
jlaliiK Honey and Tar. No opiates.
J Hest for Coiighs, colds, croup ana
, whooping cough. Satisfaction guar
anteed, children like It. Mothera
Sold by Flocken Drug Store.
Docs your lawn need k few spots
renewed? We havo a. fresh nnnnW
1f that good lawn grass mixture
thedMrne we have handled the last
two years. It makes a nice velvety
lawn awl is not expensive. A
pound ortwo will make your old
Phono 39 200 E. Center Stmt:
Agency for Wood's Boston Coffee
Wo havo sold the "Green
Seal Paints" for 14 years
with increasing satisfaction
as time goes on. In "Green
Seal Paints" quality is the
st consideration, price after-
wstNs. What is .a. few cents
adddtao a gallon of paint, it
the qmUty admits lis long
life, wtehtesf in color,
economical pread, cheaper
in the end ." Every can war
ranted. Sold only by