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title: 'The Marion daily mirror. (Marion, Ohio) 1892-1912, April 29, 1907, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8',
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Sex Ah sees vo' has do nualitv
Hit, 'Hoss. Do bes' folks
,'iound' heah w'ars
I've noticed dat."
And Sam tells the straight
truth. It's one reason why
we always have the Stetson
Soft and Derhy in all stylci.
Every Stetion Bear the
RING'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
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Thompson's "Glove Fitting" Corsets
The new spring models of Thompson's "Glove Fitting" Corsets
show the superior beauty and graceful outlines of this celebrated and
artistic make. And in our showing this week we wish to call special
to these two favorite models
Thompson's Curvilinear Style No.2o8(ustratcd)
A corset lor the stout figure, the novel feature of
which liean the curved lines sweeping gracefully Irom.
top to boUoyol the corset, training trie flesh at the
hips backwardsjoducing that tapering waist so much
sought for, and givnW the bust a beautiful broad effect.
Prico $2.00. V
The Grand Duchess Hodels E. & B. B. .
Two very favorite styles, as they produce a flat
straight front whether the figure is stout or slender
and permanently creates the rounded waist and flow
ing lines the season's mark of the daintiest fashion.
Model B. B. $2.
Other styles at from Si to $5. Visit this department this week
and examine this celebrated make.
J. F3. JVUIDWIG
t ttWff-lWe MaKe a SpecialtjTof the J. C. C.V g
There i avJ. C, C. Corset for
Every Type of Figure
, Tha't.ls a most particular feature in this line. From tho slender
college girl to the matron of generous proportions, every one. is fit
ted to perfection.,
. Girlish figures require speflialcorsotine or thev lose their chief
chirm. Tho J. 0. 0. Model OolIcL Girl is exactly suited to la
namesake and to jnany older womcnfcslcnder built.
"College Girl" Sells aHiOO.
THE J, 0. 0.
and is, suited to slender
comfortablo and gracoful.
Tape Girdle Sells at 50c.
THE DENMAN-JENNER CO.
Finest Novelty Suitings, Regularly $1 and
. $1.25 Now Drop to 69c Yard.
1 To make the Iasday of April "a big
one" in our great dresoods section we
have arranged some wohtferful Price
Sayipgs as shown in our eaU window
Hindiome $1 and $1.25 Tailor Suitings
havt bien taken from our own stocks and
and cut to 69c.
A great profusion of these fine 54
and 56 jnch wide fabrics in every wanted
hade in neat stripes, checks and plaids
are alt reduced 31c to 56c per yard.
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CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
) Boars tho 7r "-? -f"
Signature of LcayxZ-iicf
Model E. $3.
TAPE GIRDLE gives a round hip and Waist lino
It is a good shirt waist corset, cool
II you figure your time worth anything,
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anora wj mane your uoys sum
choice of many style's -Iff blouses
here salteens, charnbrays,;pen
madras made with collar attached
Sizes "2 1-2 to 16 yean.
Benjamin Camm Struck by
WITNESSED BY CHILDREN
Saw Their Father Hurled to
Aged Man Remained in Unconscious
State Until Death Came to His
Relief Funeral Tuesday.
Benjamin Camm, nged 6S, was
Htruck by cast bound Dig Four fast
freight No. 92, near his home, two
miles west of MartcJ, at- 5:30 o'clock
Saturday cvonlng, and was fatally
Injured. He died at 9 o'clock Sunday
evening, as a result of his injuries..
Caram'8 four small children, threo
boys and a girl, .whoso ages range
from four to 14, Btood on a knoll in
ftont of their home, watching for
their father's-return. A quarter of a
mile away, they saw him alowly walk
ing along the country highway, at the
slide of a wagoD'oad of furniture,
which ho and hit wife 1iad purchased
iWJiiic xnoy wavcu noir nanas in an
effort to attmct hla attention to let
him know they awaited ills homo-
coming, hoy saw him run down by
tho Ulg Four train. Mrs. Camm,
who had been to Caledonia with. ,hcr
husband, was riding In a earrlago
With a neighbor, and although she
was near the wagon being driven by
her husband, alio was In a position
where sb'o couW mt witness tho acci
dent. Camm was on the side of his wagon
opposite the approaching train, and
tho furniture, plied high above him,
obucurod his view so that ho failed
to reajlzo his danger.
Tho freight struck tho wagon,
throwing It against Camm, and knock
ing him Bonsolcst; to the ground, fho
wagon was torn from tho shafts,
leaving tho liorso standing In the
roadway, unhurt. Tho animal was
turned squarely about In its tracks,
bo that after tho train passqej it was
facing tho railway.
Camm had two gaping holes 'torn
n his head and his loft leg was brok
on. Tbo train was stopped, and ho
was carried to his homo, where ho
remained unconscious until tho time
of his death.
" Tho train, which was In charge of
Conductor Itcedy, and Engineer Ma-
honoy, was running at a high speed
Whon It struck Camm's wagon.
'Tho docoasod was n yetoran of tho
Civil War and was well known in
thoieaBtorn parr of tho county. Ho
had llyod a year at his homo two
miles west of M artel.
Tho funeral will be hold In tho Cal
edonia Metho.'ilst church at 2 o'clock,
Tuesday afternoon, and tho remains
will be Interred In the Caledonia
PIUS AT DELAWARE
Hocking Supervisor MurphyPasses
' "v"' Afray Saturday. &?
rTn.fi;,,hy, ngedj forty-
.Hvu, iiuutv nujJViviHur oi TUB XiUCH-
iiiff Valley between Txgan and
tli9 city, died nfc .the Case hos-
!)ital ju Delaware at. 10 o'clock
Saturday night. His demise result
ed fj-pw Injuries Rustoincd by be
ing; pjained (beneath his motor, car
wlrilo on Jiis way to Marion ' Inst
Thursday morning;. Murphy Jiau"
many warm friends among' local
railroadojw, having practically made
hw jioadquavters horo for nearly
?hffy years. Tho remains ..were
liransfered tp liia homo in Co;
IIUjhw Sunday und ljurbl will' bo
inadq Tuesday afternoon ,
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Thomas Patterson Wallace
PUBLIC SPIRITED MAN
jyho Helped the Citinlts
, - steaay urowtn.,
For a Great Maay Years Mr. Wal.
lace was Oae of Marion's Most
Active Merchants and Bankers,
lAftor an Illness of two weeks,
Thomas Patterson Wallace ono of the
oldest residents of this city, died at
his homo on Delaware avenue at Q:45
Sunday night, aged 83 yssr.i
air. Wallace "was taken 111 with
uraem Ic poisoning and hla condition
was serious from tho commencement
of the Illness. His advanced ago con
tributed In a largo part to tho cause
Tho deceased was born In Cumber
land county, Pa. May 21, 1824. His:
grand parents were of Scotch-Irish
extraction. His parents, Thomas and
Mary Wallace were plon'eor residents
of Cumberland county nnd died there
whon Mr. Wallace was a mero lad. His
educational advantages were few but
ho was a thorough student nnd by
dint of hard work succeeding In bc
curing a better education than -most
men of his time.
Jn October of niO ho camo to this
country with his brother, William H.
Wallace. Ho worked at tho watch,
maker's trade for about six months,
abandoning that to accept an appren
ticeship at tho printer's trade. He com
menced tho .publication of tho Buck
eye Eagle, ,a Whig papor, before he
was twenty, years of age, nnd contin
ued' the. paper until 1847. Two years
later he engaged In tho morchantllo
business with Orr.en Patten. At that
time there were no railroad into Mar
Ion and the goods were hauled over-
land.from Sandusky City:
A few years later tho firm commenced
a banking business In wnnectlon with
tho mci-caiitll6 business. The bank
grew wlth-ssuch rapid strides 'that
later tho.bu'slness was abandoned an
both, Mrs. -and Mrs, Patten gavo tholr
entire attention, iq tho banking do.
partment. Affcrho' death, of Mr. Pat
ten, Mr, Walfncq. purchased, tho Inter
ests held by him in the institution.
July 20, 18 IC, .Mr.-Wallace was mar
ried to Miss Jaje B, Busby, daughter
of Major George1 h, Busby. He was at
oae time ono of tho most wldelv
known residents of tho city. During
4ho past few years ho has been In re
tirement, owing to ill health brought
on by advanced ' age.
Tho deceased was Interested In all
of tin public Institutions that helped
in inu growm ot me city from mero i
hamlet that It, was when ho camo
here to tho flourishing commounlty
that it Is today.
Six daughters survive to mourn his
death, Mrs. Eveline Fnlrflold, Mrs.
Luc.rotla B. Burkholder, of Pittsburgh
Miss Jennie K., Wallace; Mrs. Maggie
H. Patten, uAlrs. Snslo B. Kllng and
Mrs. Cnrrlo P. Van Fleet.
Tho funeral arrangements havo not
Mr. Wm. Henry, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., had rhoumatism In his left
arm. "Tina strength seemed to ha,vo
gono out of tho muscles so that it
was useless for work." ho sayr. ."I
applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and wrapped tho arm In flannel at
night, and to my rollef I found that
tho pain gradaully loft mo and tho
strength returned. In threo weeks
the rheumatism had (Jlsappcarod and
has not slnco returned." If troubled
with rheumatism try a few appllca.
tlons oil Pain Balm. You aro cor.
tain to bo plonsed with the relief
which it affordsi For salo by all
MUCH DAMAGE DONE
BY SHOW WAGONS
Prosect. Street Between 'the
Railroads is Kined.
Circus People Pay $50 License
While ths Repairs to Streets;
As a resuU of tho Forepaugh.Solbi
circus having been unloaded at tho
Sliver .street,' , railroad cross
ing, the asphalt paving botweeu tho
Big Four anil, Brio tracks is said to
be, practically ruined i- The, damago
will rcacji soyeral hundred, dollars.
The hoayy circus, wagons and hoav
lly shod horses", traveling for' houra
over the asphalt, literally ground It
into a dust.
The circus ybrtted, the city and toolo
out probably tW.OM. all for a licence
m f ;,
iKi W geia aiiiai ,igiiliiii?flibsd - 1
ciftim' t&ftt the damage "info to the
pavement will require re'pthw costing
Nearly all members of tho council
are of tho opinion thAt the license fee
charged a circus' for Bhowlng-ln Ma
rlon Is not large enough. Marlon is
ranked as ono of the beat circus towns
la Ohio, a show of any pretensions, ,'
never falling to take from $10,000 to
$15,000 out of tho cl'.y In tho af
ternoon and an evening' performance.
For the largest shows, it Is rare that
a license of more than 150 Is lovled.
There are members of the council who
think that this should da raised to
NortH , prospects street, inivlng,, tho'
only plngito hq.dQnojlforttiO'city
'.o muKO mq; necessary repairs 'anu
sianilj the expense. '' '
In (the future, It Is likely that tho
authorities will compel all circuses
to do their unloading at somo point
whor It will bo unnecessary to run the
heavy wagons over asphalt Btrceta.
Gently moves the bowels and at
the same time stops" tho cough.
Beo's Laxative Cough Syrup. Con
taln Honey and Tar, S.No opiates.
Best for Coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. Satisfaction guar.
antecd. Children llko It. Mothers
Sold by Flocken Drug, Stor.
THE COUNTRY TEACHER
Lessons in Discipline
That are Helpful.
6nly Six Out of Twenty Applicaatt
at Last .Teachers' Examina
Tho young woman who has had hor
trials teaching In a country school Is
generally better equipped to tako up
teaching in tho olty than Is the girl
who steps out of a high school and
takes up work as a teacher without
any preliminary, rural training. That
is the opinion of J. W. Jacobyona
of tho city school examiners, who has
been a member of that board for a
number of years, and has observed
tho work of these two classes of ap
plicants for positions as teachers,
When a girl teaches a year or
so In the country, Bhe learns rrfcch
about discipline and teaching In gen
eral that, a teacher In tho city schools
does not receive," says Mr. Jacoby.
"sne. loarps to re independent, and
by tho tlme she has finished her first
year, Is able to handle most any
sort of a situation that may come up.
In tho city schools, the teacher Is
Bltuated differently. When It comes
to a question of government outside
of the usual routine work, tho teach
er generally depends .on tho principal
of tho school for ndvjco."
Mr. Jacoby says that It Is gener
ally -found that all of tho most suc
cessful teachers havo hVd experience
In country school .work.
Tho board of examiners Is now ar
ranging for tho second examination
for this year to tako place Juno 10
and 11. It is likely that about forty
applicants iwlll take It. Tho first ex
amination took place about a month
ago, and only bIx out of 20 applicants
woro . successful .In securing cer
tificates. In accordance with Instruct
tlons. recently given out by (ho stato
school commissioner, tho examina
tions from now on will bo more
severe than those of the past, It Is
thought, however, that a larger per
cent, of tho applicants will succeed In
passing at the next examination, ow
ing to tho fact that thoy will profit,
by tho wholesalo failure among the
applicants 'a. month ago, and will
make more careful preparations.
MISS HATTIE M'COY
After a Lingering iIllnesB
Deceased Resided in Rldgeway Be.
fore Coming to This City
Mis; Hattio McCoy, aged IS
yeuiv,:,..die(J at. 11:30 o'clock Sun
day night ,at ,)ier rcsidenco on.
David jstrcfiatter.aii'illno of
14 '.weeks ,iyJ!Ji cMisiiAilon. ,
f. Cht ,4mmL Jft,7ati; e'stible
yotug,giw)iiuin whose, 'demise I H
mourned ihy a largp ijiirclo,. pf
friends ibotli in tliia city- and- ii
Hidgoivy where sho fownoriy rei
sided . Sho is survived by four
fidstors, .Misses jpla, LUJlan, Jessie
.ami Rose McCoy. ,"
Tho remains will lio tuken to
Ridgeway Tuesday morning for"
funeral sorvixje jjnd Jiitermentf
I havo used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy In my family In cases: of
whooping cough, and want to tell yo-
that it Is the bet .medicine 1 'havexl
ever useq, w. If. pasion, vafO,
Oa. This remedy, Is "safe 'and sura.
MATH WK - m. . k S
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Of Powerful Sermon at First
Baptist Church, y ,
REV. A. A. N'XANLEY
Preaches Twice at the Cal
vary Evangelical Church.
At the Morning Service the Third
Quarterly Meeting is Held by
the Presiding Elder.
Ocorgo W. Phillips, a sophomore at
Donlsonunlverslty, who Is supplying
tho puiplt U the First Baptist
church, during the vacation of tho
regular pastor Rev. J. P. Currln, gavo
two Interestlne sermons Sunday.
Sunday morning, Mr. Phillips took
"Death,"- as his subject. He dwelled
upon tho solomnlty of this end of
life, this passing into the great be
yond, and pictured ft, as only tho be
ginning of a newer and moro glorious
iln tho evening, tho Denlson student
had as his subject, "Tho Vision of
Man." He took as his Biblical foun
dation the story of Paul's vision, In
which ho himself' stricken blind for
three days as punishment for his
persecution of the Christians.
This vision marked tho turning
point of Paul's life, of his departure
from the ways of sin into tho path of
SaM tho speaker, "l.Iko Paul, 'every
man comes to a point whero ho must
turn; choosing cither iho ways of sin
of tho ways ot,igo'Ml. Ho sees the
vision of tho wrongs ho has done and
the chance for doing good that Ho
Ilcv. A. A. MoCtfuloy, presiding
elder oC the Columbus district
Drenched ml both morning and even
ing services at tho Calvnry hvangol-
Ical church Sunday. At tho morn
ing ervice the third quarterly
nicctiug was hcU. Tho Rov,. Mr.
McCauloy pronchrl a powerfuf ser
mon 011 tho theme ','The Blood o
Chriut qcansoth From All Sin,"
after which tho Lord's Supper was
In the evening the presiding eld
er "talked on the theme, "Tho vOId
Tiiro Religion". Ho referred to the
'Mculiai' modes of worship practiced
by our fore fathers, picturing the:ir
sincerity and ipointirjf in particu
lar to their willingness to sacrifice
for the'lr God. TI10 tpastor declared
that there V only ono kind of reli
gion aid that's
(liu old itimo re-
PHIL KN1CKL13-Clty dray and
transfer. Moving a specialty. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Call Citizens
phone 1785. 4.1C.lmoeodp
Importors and jobbers 'tell us that they ara unable
to sccuro silk gloves at any price and predict a
greater scarcity later 'on that even last 'season.
We place on sale Vhis week tho most desired ' glovai
at prices much r below retail worth. "
75c. black short silk gloves 50c pair
?1,.00 kid gloveajlack and colors . .,. 76o pair
Long kid .gloves tWs.5 3-4 and 6' ...... 39c. pair
Long lisle glove j, Toik liko silk, black, and colors
?i.zo values 91. uu pair.
T.nniv Llnnlr nt ffrnv clllr
"""5 unm, w. ttvj u..
$1.76 quality $1.50 pair.
LADIES' AND MEN'S
Never had tho equal
fore. You'll buy several,
ues are unprecedented in
10c for children's 10c
3 pairs 25c, for men's
the 15c quality,
16c. pair for ladies'
hose. The name tells tho
16c Datr for children's
bed hose,, black -only. .' - '
2 pairs 25c formen's26c black seeks. This is, a'
big bargain. . ,
MABION'S HEADQUABTERS FOE YALLAXJWI.
we can sea women
thready at this store. Eyoryone isvof the saaie bpialon v,
that the prettiest, daintiest line of Val laces-' aver v,
brougtic to Marion, is here and the assortment is' most
iiuu patterns French and German Val laces; ..Wwyifr,
stop at 50c yard and start as low as 3e yard. A"
a a. fraw & m.
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Week m " ij
This will bs the banner wa
fer stirring thngs up in the
house. What axe you going
to have nm? Don't settle
down with the old furnish
ings. Get a new carpet, new
rugs, fresh curtains.. Then
you will know you have dean,
This wook we, are making 'a
special showing of 0x12 Boom
Bugs in Axminster and' heat
te or srusseia.
The most dur
$35 TO $55
Tho best Wilton' Bugs in
Standard sisos, also Vhe fine
French Wiltons. Special siz
es and extra Uarge- rugs.
Danco for 'tJ
Schwlnger's hall I
A Word for aVhtlors.
Very well,. If bachelors are td bo
taxed they will be entitled to make, a
charge when they "nil In1' at d(nner,
act as groomsmen and get up subscrip
tion dances. Eet them Just try to tax
bachelors and see how society "will get
on without them. Kansas City Time's.
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HOSIERY HE LESS TKAN
of these hosiery falu be
seasons' supply fofMi val
this store's' history, ' i
black ribbed hose.
very fino gauze, black socisj'
extra good 26c rViluraoRli H
quality. t ii
and misses 'vaneclal 25c rib. 41
Val laces who -can't uy, !
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m sue 'by.au arwatttfi,
to 'in? , A.
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of abou'v 15? fere areVpwiMi'wi