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THE STORK GETS BUSY.
A sou was LOrn Wednesday to Mr.
and Mm. .John Davis, of Agosta.
Born, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
Frqd Shoojs.of norlh of tlio city,
Bom to Mn nnd Mrs. Louis Jury,
of north of Morrnl, a boh Wednesday.
iA daughter was born Wednesday to
Mr. and Mrs. George. Varner of cast
It's going to bo a poach, that din
ner at Kpworth tomonvow evening.
Only 2Gc and worth tlfoublo. It
$1.00 TO COLUMBUS $1.00
Tlio C. D. & IL makes ri special
rale of ono dollar to Columbus and
ictura on Sundays. First car
loaves Marion 0 n. m.j last car
leaves Columbus 8:30 p. m. Car
every hour. 2-15-th-fr-saS-tf
Tho finest thing out for
sproading on Hot Biscuits or
as an icing for cakes. It
has a delicious ' Maplo flavor
and is of the consistency of
butter. Tho latest thing out.
Per Pail 25c.
Phones 39. 209 E. Center St.
Agency for Woods Boston Coffees
TURNER'S HAVE G00U
THINGS TO EAT
When you order why not
order from tlio place that yon
can bo suro of getting 'cho
Tho biggest lino of fancy
Tho biggest lino of fro3h
Tho biggest lino of fresh
Tho biggest lino of fro3h
Prompt scrvico and satis
fied customers is what wo
Chas. Turner & Co.
Thoy are just fino,
10o PER POUND
Thoy aro going fast.
F. J. LUSCH
Cor. Stats ConUr 6U.
Three colors flaps, or pockets and
thoroughly well-made. Each ....
i, SEE DISPLAY CASE.
4 I j The Manhattan!
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No Boxcar Home for
DAMAGE SUIT ENDED
Mrs. Sadie Rush Gets Three
Dollars for Her Bird.
, A. Merchant Receiver for James
E. Ncer Bs Paid to the Creditors
the Sum cf $5093.X3.
Mrs. Etta Hupp, the woman who
says that her husband, William
Rupp, wanted, her to live in a box
mr located 11 -woods bouth ,oi!
tho city' was" granted a divoice by
Judge Young of the court of com
mon 'plea?, Wednesday nxtornoon.
At the hearing of thi case, Tuesday
afternoon, Mrs. Hupp said that hor
husband,, who was employed ai jan
.'tor nt the- Wiuldcl Clijldicn'tt homo
had lived in u box car bolbie their
innniago and thought alio should bo
willing to share his abode. Sho
objected and that's wheio their
troubles began .
Then William began lo (oy with
tho affections of other women, so
Mis. Hupp lelatcd. When sho inis
an in objection, W-illinmi sought lo
coinpiomKo. lie told her sho could
go out and cut up herself whenever
she fell like it. llo assured her
that he would ruiao no objections.
Mrs. Hup) lofuscd to enter into
such mi agreement nnd as a result
the U'hitions between her and her
husband became still moic strain
ed. The suit Cor divorce was original
ly brought by. llumt. When tlm
t-lne came for hearing,
tntiiooii, ho failed -lo
the lieannir was held on Jus wifu'a
ciuts petition. The judge reserved
hu decision until lie found that
Hupp had no intention of appealing.
Then ho granted "Mrs. Rupp a di
vorce and ro-stoicd her to her mai
den name of Etto hceper.
Tlio legal proceedings between
.Mrs. Snillo Rush and Mn.. George
G. Mather two iwtlmli. ai- v,.t
Anfw slt t C S "I ;?,
Rush's mi.t ,.,...... 1 L
Iroth. f", rr'J'" -b?"
nroinrht to n cltwo. Tho case has
been settled by Mis. Mather p.iv
ing Mrs. Rush .f.'J and the cos'ls
of tho damage proceedings institut
od 111 Justico Conlcy'.s cotul. Mrs.
Rush Iiils accordingly had the dum
'ige suit dismissed.
Mrs. Rush loft Polio to Mrs.
Mather. Tho bird was loturnod
some tuna iiftei-u-nril. I...I ir,w
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, , . '" "" k i;'uiihji-
:. nun 111 riinf 1 nnL
mticii 111010 valuable bird than Iho
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A Suit ill lnnlnvin M-nu l..m...-l.i
l).V Jits, Rush, f'mwini.in rt:(.,
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wont toMis. Mathcr's linn i7, i
tlio biid supposed to bo Polio, ami
found it lond. Wlw... ..n:r:'i ,.
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tlllJ, MJ-S. RllSh Ill-fnirrM ,7 ..
"Ull. It was in lmt.n l..... ,...,
hy Juslice Conloy, Friday.
A motion In nM nr ,,... .1
Wirt 111 the rnnrt nf ,.,., . ...
n,..- 1 . viMuwiuii picas
lliursday. bv r.'r iuii.,i ". ..
Cleveland, who seoka 1o find 'out
whother w. h. strong. orZ
?nT l mau mw onSRc'l 'n Iho
icul cstato business in .Marlon, fa
npnblo of producing $70Q, .Multon
mrgor in bis motion relates that in
tho court of common pleas of Cuya
hoga county. Octnlmr 9n mnn i.
obtained Judgment against' strong for
$700 Ho claims that .Tamos n.
Franklin, D. W. Jacobs and D V
Bdlloy, now doing business as tho
Franklin Ileal cstato eomn.inv
',;": v w,u" lllut amount, nnd
that thoy aro good tor tlio sum
Slrniin' mni'n limn ii.i
On tho motion, Judgo Young ap
pointed Elmor T. Boyd, as reforco
'hoforo whom Stronc will nmuP on,i
given an accounting.
Tho divorco suit of Ann n Hnr.
rult ngnlnst Charles w. rinrrurr w,.n
heard by Judgo Yoiinc- Ttmrrainv
morning, and a decree was granted
TJ10 suit was iincon-
Mrs. llarruff chargod that her hus
band ('queried her, leaving her In
destitute circumstances and with tho
flll'llltiirn iiinrtirnirnit on Mint. It whr
taken and sold shortly after llarruff'u
departure, llo left about a year ago.
The couple wore married August
0, 1003, and hao ono child, Anna
Irene, aged two years. Tho child 1b
now helm; cared for by a sister of
The Judgo granted Mrs. llarruff
$1,200 alimony, to bo paid at tho
rate of $12 a month.
Tlio Ifinid of county commissiou
cis nwnrded Hie contiacl for the
consti action of retaining wall
about the Wetcl bridge,, in Hicli
Inud township, Wednesday after
noon. Tho contract went lo P.
1)1 nko & Sons for ...r10. Tin re
laining wall wcro made necessary
by tho fact thai the Whetstone liver
had bean washing away the load
leading mjr to tho bridge.
In the suit of John Holes against
James E. Ncer and others, Iho
receiver, T. A. Merchant un hi
ed a rcjKirl of his sale of tin; N'oer
elevator on tho I'oulovanl a.id asks
tho enmt to dismiss him. 'J '10 ro
poil shows 'Hint a total of .Y.j,(i:j.
1!! was paid to (ho creditors.
An Important deal In Marlon coun
ty farmland took place. Wednesday.
George E. Lawrcnco told H. w. Weav
er" 210 neres In Scott. Township for
Sheriff DroA'ti went to tho Girls'
Industrial homo near Delaware, this
morning, and took 1 1-year-old Jcnnlo
Khodebcck to the Institution. The
men who arc charged with having
criminally assaulted the clrl arc
still at largo.
Tho condition of 11. T. Prank, huh.
orlnlondent or schools, -who has been
critically 111 at his homo on South
Stato street for the past several days
took a docldod turn for the better
today and t';e attending physician
states that Ho Is In condition to im
prove lapldly. '
Funeral services over tho remains
of Mrs. Marian Clutter who died In
Klrkatprlclc, Tucsdy wero conducted
from tho Christian church of. Hint.
lm Ti a""1 Cl""? f that
l""l!0 Thursday momlng at 10
JJ-. nor. M. T. Qaliahor, of
Martel, officiating. Interment was
lua(,0, the Kirkpatrlok cemetery.
iVhl!o playing ball at tho Control
school building csterday afternoon.
Hnrland Sharpe, son of Mr. and Airs.
C. h. Shario of Cardan Rtront win
accidentally struck on tho head with
a baso ball, rondorlne him nurvin.
scions and Innictlng a sovoro scalp
brulso. Ho was given medical at
tention by Dr. A. Ithu.
Prof. Frank D. Tubbs with Mm
two physics classes of tho hlch
school, Journeyed 'to tho Marlon
Steam Shovel shops this morning.
where they wcro givon the run of
tho shops In tho annual experimental
work. Various lifting and speed
tests woro mado by tho studonts, and
tho work proved of groat educational
F A. Morris, of Chicago, tho
drummer ovniigellst of tho Salvation
army, visited tho city, Wednesday,
and In tho cvonlng preached at tho
Wcsloy Mission on Davis street. Fol
lowing an Interesting spiritual ser
mon, an altar sotvlco was hold and
sovcral people wcro converted.
fl'ho Central ami West Fnd tiro do
partmonts wcro called out lust night
by a fnlso alarm tolophoucd In from
Homo place near tho corner of Church
street and tho Boulevard. When tho
ilopartmont arrtcd on tho scono It
could find no -flro nor could tho por
Bon who telephoned tho call bo lo
Ask tho "head waiter" about tho
dinner at Kpworth Church tomorrow
evening, 5 till 7. All courses 2Cu.
Leave your measure lor your splrnn
Suit at Joe Volt's, Norlh Main 3-1511
Female Barbers In Austria,
Thcio Is special examination In Ana
trallan rltlcs for female barboic, vrho
aro yearly growing moro numoious.
I EVENTS I
On Grand Larceny Charge at
OFFICER FRANK VIN1NG
In City for Perry and His
Clever Hold up Game is Worked on
W. J. Stoffcr a Dclawaro County
Officer Frank Vlnlng, of tho Dcla
waio police force, was In tho city this
afternoon, loklng for two horse trad
ers wanted in Delaware on n
grand larceny charge.
Yesterday, W. J. Stoffcr, of Os-
trandor, was In Marlon nnd traded
to tho local men two horses for a
maro and a check for $200. Stoffcr
deposited tho money In a local bank
taking .$100 in cash and a ccrtiflcato
of deposit for $100, anil went home.
Early this morning. Perrv. tho local
horsomnn, with a stranger claiming
to bo a representative of tho Marion
hank, drove up to the Stoffcr homo
and stated that they wanted to seo
tho deposit certificate, as a mistake
had been mado at tlm li.mb.
Stouffer produced the slln and tho
men took It and drove away. Driving
north of Marion they telephoned Mio
livery stable where they left tho horse
and boarded the Interurhatt for Ma
rlon. Stoffcr then swore out ivnrmnin fnr
tho nrrost of Perrv nnri hie m-i....
Officer Frank Vlnlng arrived hero "on
me inrce o clock car and at onco be
gan tho work of locating his men.
DEATH AT HARPSTER.
Mrs. William Parker Passes Away
fThc death of Mrs. William Parker,
aged 77 years, occurred WeilnnMinv
afternoon at 3 o'clock at her residence
in Harpstcr. Death was duo to a
complication of diseases. l'ho .ln-
ccased was the wifo of William Park
er, a well known merchant of that
i.wn. i-ariiers maiden nnnio was
Klia Mm all, and sho was born in
Marlon county. She lcaos an aged"
husband to mourn her death.
Tho funeral will tako plaro from
tho M. B. Church at Harpstcr at
1:30 o'clock Friday.- followed by In
terment in Oak Hill cemetery.
TO ATTEND FUNERAL
George M. Ott Dies. Wednes
day Morning at Bucyrus.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Hpld a
Meeting and Make Plans for
Annual Memorial Services
Gcorco Ott. a memlior nf r.i
Coinmnndniy No. 30 Knights' Tem
plar of this city, dlod yostorday niorn-
iiiug at nis nonio Jn Bucyrus death
holng duo to ImflrinltloH nf ni.i
Mr. Ott was known and csteomed by'
a largo circle of friends In thlK city.
Tho- members of Mnrlon rnmtnnmi '
nry will asscmblo at tho Poniisytvanla
nullum, lomorrow morning in full
unlfoini nnd tako tho 8 olclocif fruit,
to Bucyrus. Jfiinoral sorvlces under
tho direction of io Iodt?o will 1q
held nt 10 o'clock nnd tho local del
egation will roliirn nt 2 il'doMr i.. n,
Tho ladles of thn iMim,i.., ..i..
an Important mooting yesteidny nf
tomoon and mado nrrangemontH to
attend a contention at Mnnnriniii ..
Inojft Tliursdav. Thn lnl .m .
oinl In a body. A school nf i0t,.n
ion will bo conducted nt ihn J.nn...
tlon which will bo nttanded by mom-
a ' mo orucr rrom nil over tho
At .i well attended .iniGnMnir r i,n
tribe of Bon Hurr hold in ti.o irwi
apartments last night, onlv lnminr....
of a gonoral routlno nature was con
fliore will bo an important nicot
ine; of flm American Insuranco TJn
ion this evening at "7:30 o'clock.
A limro ntlcmlanco of fho oncmbor
ship ih dtwVoil,
Tho Fraternal Onlor of Kngles mot
last night and niniln nrmn.,...!. i-
hold nnnual mcmorfnl Knrvi 4,.
, , "'"" Ul IHO
lodgo on Sunday afternoon at ono
Canton Marlon, Patriarchs imni.,t
I. O. O, F. will hold a 'meeting and
banquet at their hall on North, Main
street, - Friday evonlny. , ,. ,
While tho young child of James
Todd was lying nt Us home on Com
mercial btrcct In spasms, carpenters
working on tho now house next door
refuted to stop work, notwithstanding
tho fact that the nolso caused by them
tnado tho child's condition much more
A complaint was sent Into tho
lico and an officer compelled
contractor to stop work on
structure until the condition of
Infant Is Improved.
A warning has been Issued by tho
IhjIIco department to persons cutting
their grass and nlllnir m Mm cimri
on the streets. Tho nrnctlco Is ono
that causes the no!lii miiHliinrniiin
rouble at this time of tlio vnar. nm
Is nlacod in Mio at root miiin.. it
rains nnd tho sowers becomo clogged.
ino ponco slnlo that offpnilnrn uMII
bo brought before the nrvir and
TO OPEN HOTEL
John R. Duggcr wiJl Locate
in That City.
Big Four Depot Hotel and Restau
rant Will be Remodeled
Will Open June First.
John H. Duggcr, formeily manager
of tlio union depot hotel, and ono
of tho host known restaurant men In
tho city, left this mornlmr for Hollo-
fontalno, whoro he will immediately
begin tho work of lemodclllnir anil
equipping tlio Big Four depot hotel
uiUKiing, located directly east of tho
Bl Four depot In that city.
The hotel, which, a few years ago
did one of tho largest railroad bus
inesses In tho state, has been Idlo for
several months, the Big Four re
serving tho leasing until It could ho
placed into the hands of a reliable
party. Mr. Dagger has the best lo
cation for a restaurant nnd hotel In
Bellofontalno and his ready tact for
making friends will rapidly build up
tho l)USlncs3. Tho hotel will hn nr-
ranged similar to tho local depot
hotel, only eerythlng will bo new
and more modernly equipped. Tho
hotel will bo opened on June 1.
Meets with Serious Accident
Skull is Fractured. Left Shoulder
Crushed and Internal Injuries
Whilo attempting to Marl a com
pies.sed air engine at tho Norris
iV; Chrisl'liii qunriies, shortly after
noon, Thursday, tlcoige. Miller, aged
10 and imiiricd, of Lee stieet, imet
with injuries which may piove Intnl.
Ills skull was IViictiued, his left
shoiildur hokon. and it 13 fcaied
Hint lid mot with internal Jnjiines.
He is now under medical caie at
tho Dr. C. I0. Sawj-er s.iiiatoiiiun.
Miller had .placed a feodum of
iron pipe in tho .sides wheel of Iho
engine ,und was- Uying to .sait tho
whcol -(n motion. Whilo hu was
pashms airniusL tho niuc. tho un
due slnrled to movo suddenly, and
hefoio ho could gut out of the way
tlio side- wheel was lovolvinu1 with
great rajiidity, carrying tho pipe
Tho pipo shuck Miller on tho
lie-nil and coinimr back almost in
fetautlv. hit ihim on the tJiouldor
and starach. lie was tliiowu to the
Dr. J. W. Adair was summoned
nt once, anil ufior s:lm;r tho 111
iurcd 111.111 uccusb.irv .itlention had
him iPinovcd to thu haiutariuni in
the Hess ambulance'.
Mia. 11. T. Rifov has u'lnnw..!.
to her homo in Jersoy City, N. J.,
a lien an ovioiidud vuit with Mr.
Itilov'tftHllutllOl' Ml. C.lliille.J Slnnt.
ctf Uueniplier Avnnun
i.Mr. Daniel Smith, gonoral nns.
sengor agent of tho Pennsylvania,
lines west of Pittsburg, was looking
iift,or buslnoss In tho city today.
.Miss Mabel Anthonv loft. ihla
morning for Cinclnrntl whoro sho
win uo tno guest ot relatives for a
Chief of tho FIro Uonartmont.
ThonuiB McFarlanil wont to Akron
to day to attond a .meeting of tho
Stato FIro Chlof's association.
J-n i j mi iiii)iji.um'ii imwww
$5 to $8.
$2, $3, K $5 to' $8.
,Wc show the largest line"
of Boys' Suits
Hughs & Cleary
What's the use of paying hieh nriccs for hardware or even
Bonding away for uncertain grades. Look tlicso prices ovor.
Oast steel hatchets 35 & 18c
Stcol hand saws 39, G5 & 08c
Cast stcol draw knives . 18c
Cast steel chisels 20, 25 to 48c
Carpenters s'icci squares ..
G5c & 98c
Steel trv and niitro cquaro3
Riveting hammers 25 & 30c
THE RACKET STORE
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J SMART &
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. iiiiiiovpii w Xoi i in
g uvvyjm o oyjiaio
y . .v-. miu in wmi 10 tti ipt.ao. oee
them, they justcameintoday. The back-
Aarrl eaoe-ii- nnln 4Ui- l i.rr.yi i v-
... wwMdwn juio muni uii ortlts ell qj.tC.
A A genuine $7.50 value at $4.98.
A On sale at 69c If you can find a bet
& ter corset for a dollar, or a better fitting
2 corset, bring it back and get your money.
every size, i ne oest
auacnea. iNOt over
tomer. $1.00 values
Radcliffe Shoes for women.
Au Light Shoes for women.
Boardman Shoes for women.
Victor and Appolo for men.
D. B. GOODSFI i
Horseshoe rasps 35c
Snirit levels ..30, 39 & 48c
Nicklo plated ratchet
braces 69 & 98c
Polished ratchet braces .48c
Good stronsr brace 25c
Cast steel auger bi'is 10 to 20c
Drill bitts, all sizes
10, 15 & 20c
We luivc them Pretty
ones iti Patent Colt, Patent
Kid, Gumnctal Calf, Dull
Kid and Bright Kid.
Hdwin C. Hurt$3.5o, $.j.oo
Zciglcr r,ros.$3, $3.50, $.j
Ouccn Quality $2.50, $3.00,
Ilany others lit $1.25, $1.50,
C ln -,4. a. re e
ic hose supporters
two corsets to a rue.
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