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SALARIES NOW BASED
ding to- Length of the
PiMMcally Every Rural Delivery
mkt U Marlon County Reache
C)S-e to Maximum Length.
EvcJy rural rnmil carrier running
out, of the local postoffico will
liavo' his salary increased w l'10
lcsult olj-an neiOon taken, Satur
day, hy, Postmaster Oenoral Mey
er, in approving the detailed adjustment-'"oiXaVarics
for rural car
rier.. Provisions lor the increase)
were first riiadu in a measure adopt
ed by congress in its last ses
sion. There aro eight catriera .whoso
routes center at, tho local office.
Of Hills' number ( two will have,
their (salnrics boosted f.rom $720
to $804 a year, one from Jp792
to WQ4. and fluT from $720 to
Tho salaries ate based 'on the
length of the routes. The schedule
is, routes of 24 or more miles, $000:
22 -to 24 miles $804; '20 ,to 22
miles, $810; 18 to 20 miles1, $720;
10 to 18 mile,, $0.10; 14 to 10 mil
es, Vf.'VlO; 12 'to 14 miles, $504; 10
to 12 miles, $408; eight to 10 aniics
$420; -six 'to eight; miles $390.
There are also a half 'dozen or
more mual carriers! whose loute.s
start at 'office in villages' through
outMho county -who will rocevo com
fortable incronj'o. Practically cv
ei.y vouto in Marion county reaches
close; to the maximum length. Tho
increase, will go into (effect July 1.
Tho readjustment of salaries,
with an ..Wicasa of upwards of
$0,000',0j) .made in tho Appropria
tion by congresfl, Ivill involve gin
airgregato expenditure of $;J3,000,
000 for nnal service- "throughout
mo country (lining tho nevt fiscal
year. - -
Fresh Cereals for your break
fait: Tented Cern Flake, Elijahs
Mania, Hardy Food, Malta
Vita, Mayle-Flake, Milk Sice,
Whole Wheat BiscaitsAErfe-O.
Toy Oats KfJ.
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Delivered Before Agesta' -High
School ciais Sunday.
lAt (lio Methodist church in
Agosto. Sunday evening Rev. J C.
.$inela.'lr, panU)r of tJio church de
livered the , bnocnlurcato sermon
before the high school graduating
class, ulie pastor spoko on tho
theme, "Tho Necessity of Eelic.i
lion." ' ' . '
Tlic graduation: - exorcists will 1$
conducted Friday night in the!!
town- ilindl.- The, members of th
class nro Myrtle Wilson, Lout3
Orncoly,, Ernest Jlillci aud Co'rllon
Qonjovy. ' '
'Arrangments arc being made for a
reunion1 of tho members of the old
Tally Ho club, which formerly had
quarters .on tnckscwnd floor of tho
Opera House block"! There will 1 a
dance and a banquet held at tho Hu
bcr Hall. Tho date has not been set
but it Is quite likely the affair will
lake place within tho next t,vo weeks.
Mr. and Mre. L. R. Mctz, ot the
Park , 'Boulevard, entertained tho
.TollyiTwcnty club Saturday ovenlnB.
The evnlng was pleasantly spent so
cially. Tho hostess sorved nlco re
freshments at ten o'clock. Mi. nnd
Mrs Charles Eaglo were the only
guests of thc club.
Tho next meeting will bo held In
two weeks at tho rcsldonco of Mr.
and Mrs. 'Charles Roberts.
uV very Unique nnd pleasing en
leitainment w given last Tlmis
day evening by Mr. and Mis.
Bert 'Miller and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Heiter at the'tr homes south
of Scott Town . F.ach of the fam
ilies posses one of tho&o most won
derful inveitions, namely a phono
graph and by the uso of the tele--nhone
succceled in highly cnter-
tainng their many friends.
lAlthough a storm raged their
fiiendq were made to forget tho
warring of the elements, and passed
pleasantly what Amld otherwise
liuvo been a very drefiry and
The cn.te,jtiiinment lasted for sev
eral hours qnd was, greatly ea
joyod, t byv m), wlm hpard it. Tho
program consisted of music', both
sacred and secular and all were
sony when it ended.
Those who enjoyed the treat were
Mr. and Mis. Bert Miller, Mr. and
Mis. Frank Scitor, Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton Daniels, Mrs. Anna Hat
field, Mis lmo Ililey, Mist Louis
McKolvy, Miss Ella Mcnrs, Miss
Zolda 111 imp, Mr. Clifford Wilson
and Mr. Walter Wilson.
Thirty days treatment for kidney
bladder troubles and rwumatlsm for
$1.00. Your money refunded If not
satisfied. PIneules contain no alco
hol. Do not doranpa the ntnmach.
Easy to taho.
Sold by Flocken Drug Stora.
Iiorn, a daughter to Mr.
Mrs. George W. "Mauley of
Hue, Sunday njorning.
A daughter was born to Mr.
Mrs. bamuol .nelps of LaKuo,
Dr. Karl Wottrjng "of Prospeet
was tho guest yesterday of ila
tives in tho city,
Horner 'Kidwcll "is ill at ' thq.
honio of, ' liis fathor John Kidwell
of Kensington Avetmo.
Max Blum of Norwalk visited, Sun-
uay wun ius parents, Mr, and Mis.
Tudgo B. G. Young, of tho court
of common pleas, Is looking after bus.
lness affairs In Columbus, today.
Dr. A. B. Smith, president of Ohio
Northern University, at Ada. viRltl
friends in Marlon, Saturday.
- , .' BUYS TWO SHOWS
Dreamland and the Stir are Sold
Messrs. Rim DnaanWo nrwl Ai A
ao.tschall purchased the Droam'laiui
and Star picture shows from H. L.
wiiiis Monday undi aro now .in
ehargo of Loth theaters. Recently
tho same men purchased lh Nickel.
odium dn South Main street.
iMlss fKdith Morey liaa beon given
tho position of cashier at tho Dream
land establlshmept, The forces at
tho Star will romaln?tlie samo. The
new proprietors expect .to continue
tho btsJnegB ajgpg ,tbe 4samo lines
as it has been conducted In the,, past
and to offer' a.numVeiv & .,aovilJe,
was a Columbus vis-
THE MAttlOH1 DAILY MIRROa, MONDAY, APRIL 20,
IS ON SQUARE
In Spite of the Stories From
COUNTY TELEPHONE MEN
Are, riot Atrid That Deal
will Fall Through:
ff the Bell Company rs Endeavor
ing to Stave off Legislation They
Know Nothing About it.
Advices received fiom Columbus
stote that men prominently con
nected with bnsincbs nnd official
circle. there do not Ihink, thai tho
Hell Telephone company intends to
consolidate it interests with those
of the local independent companies
Jt is believed tluit the Ucll
company caused this rejKJit to be
circulated in order to delay any
lejral action which the ofticials of
Ohio mighv ho coulomplating
ngainst the compjny becauo of
Hh alleged violation of the law.
It i well known in financial cir
cles," sayn 'one prOss loport from
Columbus, "that thcio lus been
great uniest in tho camp of tho
tolcgrtiph nnd telehono injurosts
of the stale ever s'mco tho agitation
was 'begun for su thorough incsti
gatton of tho illegal methods of tho
Hell mvonopoly and to sciuie legisla
tion pioviding for state icgulatiou
of itclcpliono and telegraph rates
and to compel telephone companiej
to inlerdmnge long distance .scr
vice." Fied K. Guthcry, director of
tho Marion County Tclephono com
pany and n membor of tho com
mittee which has been negotiating
for the purchase of 'the local Ucll
interests by the indepedent cor
poration, stated that while he has,
no knowledge of wliat is being
done low-ard ' similar ' meigers
tihnnighout the htnte, knows that
there is nothing feigned abo)ut
the deal iu this city. If tho Hell
ciAunny it gwng into the transne
t'un for 'the ' mere purpose of s(av
in'g off telephone legislation, tho
Million county company is not a
paily to it.
Tho deal iu Marion will come
off as was originally announced,
several (weeks ag.t, i'J 'is stated
Theic has been some delay in
closing iip tho contracts, but there
m practically , no possibility of
tho deal falling through.
"lAs far as J. nm coilcemed, I
am in favor of liaviusr the Ilell
and the indopeiidenl companies es-
tiji'iiisii an lnteichange of long
distance service,' suyn Mr. Gnlh
eiy. "I favor it, hoocr, only
where it can bo mi ranged that
thero will bo no chanco of tho
Bell company lowering .prices for
the. purjioso of, putting its independ
ent competitor out of business.
During tho last session of tho
slate legislatuio if. wins generally
known among (elepho)ie men thnt
a law for tho lobulation" of tele
phone service nnd requiting an in
terchange of long distance scrvieo
was- being contemplated. Wo ex
pect that such n mcasuio will bo
intioduced ot tho next session of
lTl in Hucyrus, where itis i0.
poi'tc.l that tho Bell company will
sell cut to tho Crawfotd County
Tolnphono oinripany, it was i-nm-orel
lavst week that unlooked for
difficulties would cause tho deal in
Marion to fall slioit of consumma
tion. The director of the Marion
County company say this Tumor is
Tho directors of tho Marion
County conrnnnv sav If ia mn
ally undoi stood m teldnhonn pU.
clcs i H,nt tho Boll company wants
lo depose of all of its local Cx
ohaiiffes jit tho smaller towns o
the stale. Tho competition offor
ed by tho independent companies
7n n t V. '""" "U1 ns a JO
flUlt tho Bell conmnnv l,.,c i
j Iwmp moiioy .in thesp places. The
leai hi Mux ion, i.s o.iIm ona nP
innltL ,-. 1. - '! - : '
'" ? atfVWl-mi in, thai
Hl tjWi'? . pwcortiiro on
10 . lMH.I.flf..t m Boll...,., .
.11 . iriMi"ii
rfniif1 tfW'VZ M'-""l""V '"
.. ..v i ... uiuiii,u,.a
it irjjr")hiumw(KiiB. on.iuia"prd'
, " " j wiov'Jii'j'P iicgisiatirtn' of pi
'SCO: . 10 M) lOi;
c'nls rOfj.tho tlonntiii.Ammn.,..
unablo to sny. ' J
Yes I Have Fauad it at Last.
Found what? Whv thnt nhUk..
lalns Balvo cures eczema and all
manner of itching of the skin. I
hnvo beon afflicted for n,
...1.1. I j. -; jvaio
with Bkln disease. I hnri ..
thre or four times every night nnd
wash with cold water, to niinv !,
terrible itching, but since using this
puiv m wocumuer, j05, tho Itching
has stopped and has not trouhlnd
me. Elder John T. Ongloy, Root-'
vlJIePa. For sale by all druMtati.
I! LOCAL II
J! EVjENTS- I
Tho boanl of county commissioners
Is out viewing tho Bcrrlngcr ditch in
Pleasant township today,
The Forest Lawn bnschall team
writ defeated Satuiday at . Car
dington by a score of 'f to 1 by
tho Caidington High School team.
M, and Mrt. 0. Fold, Mr.
and 'Mrs. Bert McClaln ami son
and, M'. C. .1. Schultrof M,aron
W'eio the guests of Morrnl frieinls
The Matron and residents of tho
Waddcll Ladles' Home thank most
sincerely tho Ladles or the Amicus
club for the elegant and comfortable
Rattan Rocker they liavo so Jriudly
presented to the homo.
lAh Important deal m Marlon county
farmlam?' took place, Saturday, when
Mary J. Hull heirs transferred to
Judge Celeb If. Norrls, .123 acres in
Scott township. Tho consideration was
(21,836. This Is one of the most "impor
tant transfers of Marlon county laud
that lias taken place In years.
Tho City Gouncll will hold a regu
lar meeting this evening and take
action on Mayor Scherff's veto of tho
Sputh Prospect 'paving ordinance Be.
sides thero will bo ordinances to pro
ceed with paving Cherry Htreet, tho
Boulovant. and Grand acnue. These
steps will be the final preliminary to
action by tho board of public servlco
In awarding the contracts.
Tho V. II . M. S. of Wesley M, IL
Chinch will meet at the homo of
Mrs. Wm. Watklns on Herman
street, on Thursday at 2 p. m. Also
tho W. C.'T. U. will meet at tho
same tlm0 and place and will hold
a business meeting. Miss Anna
Qulmby, a state organizer of the W.
C. T. U., will be thero to address
tho meeting. Everybody wrfpnmn
Tea sorvod from 4:30 to C:30 p. m.
The Jamestown exposition stamns
arc slow in arriving at tlie local post
offlco. None has been seen comlnir
through the local malls, and It is
supposed that tho sale of tho stamps
has boen dolayed- throughout th0 en-
i-uuubry.. t'osimnsier vulckerson
has placed and order for 45.000 stnmn
of the one, two and five cent vnrtct-
los and ho oxpoetu'the first consign
ment at any rime.'-''"
Piles Cure ia 6 to 14 Days.
PAZO OINTMfeNNT Is guaranteed
to cure any casd-rff Itching, Bl'nd,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to
14 day or money refunded. BOo.
Mrs. Jemima Harriss Passes
Away at Foraker.
Had Lived for Many Years at LaRue
and was Well K'nowu in
Mrs. Jemima Harrlss,.agod seventy
four years, idled at the,itonio of her
daughter, Mrs. Joseph. Carey, at For
nkor, at 0 o'clock, Saturday night.
Death was duo to paralysis, with
which tho aged lady had been suf
fering for several years.
Mie deceased was a life-long resi
dent of LaRue and one of tho best
known women of tho town. She was
an active member of tho Baptist
church, and an earnest. Christian
worker. On account of , her fast .fall.
On aciount of, her fast
ing health, a few moments ago' she
left LaRue and took up her resi
dence with her daughter at whoso
home 'death occurred.
.Tho husband preceded her in death
cloven years. A family of seven
children survive. Besides tho daugh
ter mentioned thero aie.-Mr. Elton
Harriss, ot DeCliffo, John, Gcorgo
Charles and Garret Harriss, of LaRuo,
nnd Mrs, Lllen Dlcbolt, also of La
Tho remains will bo taken to Fair
view Tuesday afternoon, audi funeral
.services., will, bo conducted from tho
v .. i . . ..... . .
uapiiBi cinircn or mat piaco at two
r'Mr.,.l. I'.! " m T7mr f.. - T.d,5 H., nf'
West fotohsfleld, officiating. Inter
ment fvllHbo made In tlw ' Falrview
t ' 5.1"
i T" vtl
Defeated Salem's Team' by a Score
4 . . -. '
oi 17 IU 1-t ' '
The 'Adelaide baseball ( season
opened Sunday with u ,ga'me bo
tweeu dho homo stars lind a picked
toam from Salem. A largo number
of spectators weio present nnd tho
giamo proved vory inlorestin one.
Tho score at the. end - of tho
fourth inning; van n fow points in
favor of, llio Salonv, agjjrcp;atioii
but Adelaide ralliwl and Avon the
Kama, witji tiho score oV 17 to 12.
iiooons aiw uiisty .ormcrt-. tho
ba-ttory foiv Adolauloi' Kramer ami
unmonaru iov bolcm
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And styles that are to
be woim by men, young
men and boys, there
is but one rule line
Hughs & Cleaiy label
Everything that is new
hughs k mm
Main & Center Street
. HEAVY FINE
Arrested on Charge of Chick
CONDUCTOR IS ARRESTED
For Blocking Street Cross
ings Sunday Noon.
Denning Enjoyed Dinner Pwpar-
edbyMrs. Baughmanbut Forgot
to Pay forit.
On an affidavit filed In the police
court by Samuel Blockson, Frank
Snjtler wa3 airesttd Saturday night
by Officer Hostetter and charged with
stealing two chickens, bnyuer admit
ted his guilt and was seniuncod to
servo thirty days In v.io Columbus
WQikhouse In addition to paying tho
costs of prosecution. .
Snyder beggoJ tna mayor to replace
tho workhouse sentenco with a fine
and tho mayor changed tho sentenco
to nflfty dollar fine. The friends of
Snyder aio trying to secure tho
Because the freight train of which
he had chargo blocked the Main stiect
and Piospctt stiect ctossings for
about an hour yesterdey, Erie con
ductor Jake SnjUer was arrested and
taken before tho major by Officer
Snyder claimed that a coupling had
been broken and tho train was un
able to moc until tho repairs werb
made. Ho put up money for his ap
pearance In court tomoirow moning
to answer the chargo aginst him.
Tho polite hao been unable to
locate YrTIIiam Branson, the col
ored man iwnnted for cutting" his
wift' iu a family scrap Ftiday
ni'ht and stcnlinjr spM from her
stocking. It is believed tliafc lio
has lott the cMy. "
.Tohn Denning of Cincinnati, ato a
meal at tho boarding house of Mrs.
Baughman on Lewis sheet and then
ho refused to pay for it. As a result
the police arrested Denning.
Ho was ordered out of tho city by tho
Thomas Trobil, a drunk, was ancst-
ed Satuiday night by Of'Icer Hostet
ter. Ho had no inom-y and tho major
released lil'n on an ngreement Urtgot
out of town in a hurry.
Tho safe, certain, rellabfo little
pills that do not gripe or sicken are
Dado's Littla Liver Pills. Best for
sick headaches, biliousness aud lazy
.Sold by Flocken Drug Stor.. ,
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Fish Quickly Goes Bad..y f
,' Ndt any artlqlo -of foodjiiiidergoes
P0IB011911S .change 'so rapidly W, n'ah.
And nostale tood"j8 so poisonous; as
stalo iWlf 'any ono fish isMitftso
,than another in this regaid, it Is mack-
Cicl, I'isli should bo cooked as soon
after being caughj as possible. And
whatcannqtbo eaten should bo Oupwn
awuy. Soused mackerel left In tho
larder for 21 bouts is very uuwhQl-'
References to Age.
It has como to bo u pleco of rude
ness to question one on ago; It Ib tact
ful to Ignoro tho dellcato subject alto
gether, and accept what Is Offered by
word of mouth or appearance, Wo
men as well as men are as old us they
look and ceem, these days, and f we
can manage to diess hi a fashion that
has no hint of age about It, we cup
pass muster among tho keenest-eyed
I um JrlfTPSlftS -i
HJvl NMf Houi cl Kurpnlicimtt 'j'91
Says Her Husband Threat
ened to Kill Her.
GIVEN SOUND LECTURE
Patents of Coal Thieving
Boys are Released.
Court Reserves its Decision in the
Damage .Suit of Moon Against
Louther Heard Monday
Tho divorce suit of William II.
Quaiutanco against Mettle IL Quaint,
ancc, which wns to have been heard
In tho comt of common, ploas, Mon
day, has been carried over indefinite
ly. Tho Bucyrus attorneys, who rcp
lCAcnt Mrs. Qualntnnco. notified Clurk
William W. Klinefelter that for tho
present they aio unablo to locato Mrs.
Qualntance on whose cross petition
the case is to be heard.
Shortly after filing his petition for
divorce, Qualntance, then living In
Marion as representative of tho
Singer Sowing Machine Company, dls
appoired. His wife then fild hei
cioss petition. The whereabouts of
Qualntance Is now unknown.
The motion to strlko certain
clauses from tho plaintiff's petition in
the suit or Gcorgo C. Turner ngainst
.lames C. Tobias was argued In tho
court of common pleas Monday morn
ing. Judge Young reserved his de
cision. In tht3 suit. Turner clalnw
judgment for 'stock In a bolipr man
ufacturing company, which ho bays
Judge Tobias owns.
The parents Vr Rolh Ruff and Paul
Schncck, charged with having per.
mltted the boys to steal coal from tho
cars of tho Hocking Valley railway
company, weio taken into custody
Saturday afternoon on affidavits filed
in tho probate couit by Detectlvo
Skcnjon, representing tho tailwny
company. Tho parents weio lectured
by tho Judge and then released.
The demurrer to tho amended peti
tion In tho suit of Edward S. Moon
against Granville Louther, was ar
gued beforo Judgo Young of tho
court of common pleas Monday morn
ing. Tho plaintiff claims $1,200
damages on a slottdor chargo. Tho
court reserved its decision.
See Bentz & Court, for that
Bicycle, 22C East Center street.
Apology Weil Worded. ?
Somewhat like tho charges ot
"graft" against tho American city
city councils was a recent caso at
Tunbrldeo Wells, England. A mem
ber of tho council asserted that -follow
mombor wus not lit to cloan
tho boots of tho council. Called upon
to withdiaw this statement, ho said:
"I withdraw, and say that tho coun
cillor is lit to clean tho boots of tho
GET THE CASH HABIT
THOSE WHO KNOW
tell us wc have 'the host SI. 98 "Hoatherbloom',' Petticoat
Not a sorry imitation, but tho genuino "Heathorbloom".
silk, rustles llko silk, and wears
you tho prico $1,08.
Sandusky Convocation of Episcopal
Church in Session.
The Sandusky Convocation 0$
tho JfyiMiopal church which i$
composed of about 20 churches ia
this section of Oh:o, went into
session this nftoYiioou nt St.
Paul's churcli. A rather elaborates
program will be venderc! this nf
ten'ioon . tonight nnd tomorrow
and considerable important busi
tu'ss -w ill bo transacted. Tho se
sioti, is -.111 cinuual one. ,
Tho salvo that acts !Ike a pouL
lice Is Pine Salve Carbollzed. No
other saho so good for cuts, burns,
bolls and chappod skin. Ask about
It. Price 25 cts.
Sold by Flocken Drug Stor.
Guaranteed pure. Direct
from the camp
20c per Ib.
Plenty of fresh vegetables
F. J. LUSCH
Cor. Stats & Canttr 6ta,
Now shipment of fancy mar
ket baskets. Just In in all
the, beautiful shapes and col
or designs. Theso aro not the
chcaK domestic Uzskcts bif:
aro trie real imported kinds.
Como i and get first choice
out of t new lit.
Phones 39. 209 L'. Center St.
Agency lor Woods Boston Coffees
Fancy Strawberries, New Aspara
gus, New Potatoes, Ripo Tomatoes
Cucumbers, Wider Cress, Spinach,
Head Lottuce, jCurlpy' Lettuce, Rhu
barb, New Oaiibage, Celery, Fancy,
Baldwin Apples, Sweet Oranges, -Hoavy
Grape Fruit, Fancy Ripq
Banaiias, 1 1 l , , .
. OPEN TONIGHT.
hotter. Again M us
in JHarion, IB
7lfilcn litrn M
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