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THE MARION DAILY MlRROfc; FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1907.
THE STORE OF CHILDREN'S HIGH
GRADE WEARINQ APPAREL.
"Sampeck" Woolen Suits
"Regatta" Wash Suits
Here's this country's two-best makes of j
Children's Suits. We feature them because i
we know there's satisfaction in every garment.
The styles arc all positively correct and exclu
sive, and the prices no higher than the ordinary
kind when quality and workmanship arc taken
"Sampeck" Woolen Suits U to $8.50
"Regatta" Wash Suits - $1 to $3.50
WILL F. JOHNSON
IN ROLE OF HERO
Assists in Saving Three
Girls From Drowning
Former County Clerk is Located in
Oklohoma City According
' to Reports.
Being a hero has resulted unfor
tunately for former County Clerk',
William F. Johnson. As a result of
his having figured In tho reported
rcscuo of threo young women at
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, tho Marlon
creditors know for a practical cer-
talnty that he Is located In that city.
It was reported hero, Thursday, that
Johnson was In Oklahoma City, but
nothing authorltatlvo was received un
til the OMo State Journal this morn
ing told of how tho former clerk had
llguned In tho hero net. Tho Tho
Journal stoTy follows:
"An unfortunato poso ,ly a party
of young people for their photograph
resulted In tho drowning of two girls
at Oklahoma City, Okla. Tho thrco
others In tho party wcro rescued only
after heroic work by four Columbus
men and one young man from Marlon.
"Tho party had been out for a
stroll, and ona of the young men.
who posscsscl a camera, suggested
that tho group pose for a picture on
tho runway over a sandmlU. Tho
young ment on It and pronounced
It safe, whereupon the girls ventured
out. It broko under their weight,
and tho entlro group went down.
Threo of tho girls wore rescued, but
two nover roso to tbo surface.
Tho rescuers were Dr. Harry Hart,
Oliver P. Lenox, John Lung and Hnr
Ty Crcamor of Columbus, and At
torney Will F. Johnson ot Marlon."
New Shirt' Waists,
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoeu Remedy
Thcro Is probably no medicine maio
that Is Tolled upon with more Im
plicit confldenco than Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
During tho third of a century In
which It has been In uso, pcoplo havo
learned that It Is tho one remedy
that never falls. When reduced with
water and sweetened It is pleasant to
tako. For sale by all druggists.
IS CALLED HOME
Lewis Martin Passes Away
Deceased was Born in Germany
For a Number of Years He
Lived West of Marion.
Lowls Martin, for many yoars a
ipromlnont resident of Marlon town
ship, died Thursday afternoon nt four
o'clock at the rcsldpnco of his son,
Samuel Martin, 221 Olnoy Avenue, af
ter an Illness ot two weeks, death bo-
Ing caused by Indigestion and old
Ulr. Martin had been In poor
health for some time. His condition
becamo serious several days ago, nnd
all hopo of recovery was abandoned.
A general decline hastoncd the end.
rrho decoascd was born In Gor
many and caimo to inerlca when a
young man. Ho lived for many years
Just west ot tho 'city. A few years
ago ho retired from farming anfd
had been living with his son in this
city. He wns 83 years ot age.
Tho funeral arrangements havo
not been completed.
As Temporary Captain of
WOMEN ADMIT GUILT
And aro Presented with Nice
a flC flno which tho mayor refused
to lower notwithstanlng that buo
nut on "tho Wc cry" In a manner
that would touch the heart strings
of many an official.
Jack Arthur who wns arrested with
tho pair, will appear In court to
Burglars Last Night Mako Attempts
to Enter the Mouscr and Strnyer
Chief of Pollco Lovl Cornwoll, aus
appointed Lincoln Howl, of tho local
forco temporary captain' of tho de
partment, to fill tho placC Vacated by
Captain ot the Pollco Arch Worthlng-
ton, who left tho city Wednesday with
out lcavo of absence.
Tho ohlof conimunloatcd wfth a
brother-in-law of. Worthington's n.
Stcubonvlllo last night and learned
that Worthlngton has not been thcro
and that nono of his relatives thcro
No notion toward suspending or
dismissing tho; officer from' tho de
partment will bo taken until further
developments'. ! J'f?
Officer Bond who will tnko tho cap
tain's plncc, had becu oniho forco for
u number of -' years and Is regarded
as one of the most efficient men In
tAtlcmpU wore mado to ontor the
homo of Congressman Grant Mouscr
on Kast Church strcot and William
Straycr oh , LafayotUK slrect,, Wednes
day nlghtAIrlroH'lwaadlng in
his library Siltl)nuot?gHwlftht when
ho heard fsoKwdrie aj'tMlrMr of ljls
hqusc. Ho luvcj'.lgatcil olwumw a mhn
runnrouiul the corner of tho house
and disappear In tho darkness.
iWllHam Strnyc- was awakened by
tho barking of a neighbor's dog un
der Jils window and getting up heard
tho would lio robber swear at tho can
ine. Tho lioUso was lighted up and tho
burglar fled upon scolng that tho oc
cupants ot tho houso wcro awake.
Two stray horses wcro picked up
In tho cast end last night and placed In
tho noiiiid nt. the city bulling. Tho
anlmnls evidently strnyed In from
somo place a Bhort dlstnnco outsido
of tho city.
Mae Mason '.of this city nnd Ethel
0111, of Columbus who wore arrested
Tuesday for drunkenness, ,and disor
derly conduct .'on tho strcot, wore giv
en a hearing -before tho mayor this
Doth nmlucd that tho charges
against them wcro true. Tho Mason
woman was flneif ?25 tho amount
that her husband had put up to
guarantee t.io nppoarnnco of tho pair
In court this morning. Ethel drew
Mayor Schcrff returned last night
from a business trip to Pittsburgh
nnd rcMovcd S. It. Itauhauscr of tho
strcnous duties of tho mayor's court.
Wo offor Ono Hundred Dollars
Reward for nny cuso o Catarrh
that cannot bo cured by Hall's
1 J. CHENEY & CO.,
Wo, tho undersigned, linvo known
P. J. Cheney for tho last 15
years, niul 'bolicvo him perfectly
honorablo in till business tran
sactions nnd finaiio'tilly nblo to car
ry out any obligations mado by
Wnldinp, Ivinnnn & Marvin,
Wholcsalo Druists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, noting directly upon tho
blood and mucous surfaces of tho
jjvslem. Testimonials sent frco.
Prico 75c per bottle. Sold by all
Take Hall's Family Pills for
THE WARNER & EDWARDS STQRE
Natty little jackets for
girls inexpensive, but with
the style and appearance of
high priced jackets.
Plain red, plain blue, chepks,
light plaids, $1.50, $3.50,
$4.50, $6.50, $7.50.
The loose box styles in light plaid cloths
with contrasting trimmings of plain color,
$5.00 to $8.50.
Black Silk Jackets in eton and pony
jackets, neatly trimmed with braid.
Long Silk Coats in Black Taffeta and Cloth of Gold
Some splendid values in Long Silk Coats
at $12.50. The elaborately trimmed coats
in Pongees and Cloth of Gold, $15 to $25.
Warner & Edwards
Monkey Showed Shrewdness.
An example ot almost human Intel
ligence was nhtwn hy a monkey at
the Paris zoo. As he swung hlmsolf
forward to a locker beyond his rench
ho noticed that tho cord to which ho
clung had a knot In It. So ho stonpod,
undid tho knot, reached tho locker
and from a hunch of koys given him
by his kcopor finally BclectOd tho
proper ono and opened tho door.
DrydocK Cut Out of Rock.
At Port Florenco, on tho shoro of
tho great lake Victoria Nyanzn, which
lb the chief source of tho Nile, there
Is a drydock cut out of solid -rock
by natives who had noyor beforo dorio
much serious wqrk. Tho dock Is 250(
feet long, 48 fpot wldo and 11 feot
deep. It Is 3,700 foot nbovo tho lovol
of tho sea, or nearly three tlrnoB tho
nltltudo of Lako Chautauqua.
Saturday's Big Specials
DON'T MISS IT.
The Now Process Gas ranpo be
ing demonstrated at MnClain'H
aro itlio latest improved and most
economical eras Tango manufactured
Give us ft call and satisfy your
self. Wo ovo serving hot cottco.
Saturday afternoon and ovening.
A. fiouvenfr to each lady who calls
TREE! TREE I TREE!
It costs you nothing lo ho serv
ed with hot biscuit and hot coffeo
at McClnin's. Don't forget tho
souveniov tomorrow afternoon and
Gently moves ttio bowels and at
tho samo tlmo stops tho 'cough.
Doe's Laxatlvo Cough Syrup. Con
tains Honey and Tar. No opiates.
Best for Coughs, colds, croup a.nd
whooplPf, cough. Satisfaction guar,
antood. Children like It. Mothers
Sold by Flocken Drug Stor.
Four lots of tho prettiest wai3ts
conccivablo to ho placed on salo
special for Saturday.
$3.00 wafsts now $1.70
- $2.00 vaists now $1.20
$1.75 waists now $1.05
$1.50 waists now 89c
About six dozen pretty colored
umbrellas of heavy union silk wfch
pretty colored borders that aro
regular $3.50 values to go special
Ladies' Coven, Pony stylo Jackots.
Special for Sarurdcy '.
Ladles' Novelty Pony Jackots, a'l prices. J ACC
Special for Saturday 3 yjl
Ono lot of Skfrts (about 50) in panama and J$Q QE
cloths, all colors worth $0.50. Special at Q)OivO
About 15 Voilo Skirt in black only; regular djC QC
$10.00 values to go special at PQiUU
BIO CLOSING: OUT SALE
No need to pay rojular prices for lacco, ombroidorics,
etc.. get 'chom at 115 PER CENT OFI
J. P. Ludwig
Prices on Skirts, Gowns, Drawers
and Corset Covors aro unusually
low for Saturday. '-
35c valuo special at 21c
50c valuo special at .-....,. 33c
75c valuo special at 49c
$1.00 valuo spocial at .... 59c
$1.50 value" special at 89c
$2.00 valuo special at .... $1.29
$2.50 valuo special, at ... $1.69
$3.00 valuo special a't .... $1.89
$1.00 valuo special at ,. $2.49
GET THE CASH HABIT
Tomorrow Night Will End It!
NEW YORK STORE'S SECOND ANNIVERSARY SALE ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT
To every Man or Boy, who comes
to our store Saturday, we will give
. free of charge a good
H 11 si in Can
I - ' ' '7
INone given 10 women,
" t i'Ufi,? ,H
A good shop cap for the men.
A good baseball cap for the boys.
I West Center Street
Provided you spend
in our shoe department, ye giye you
a check good for wFo
: I.3C -.- ;"'
iii trade. In dry goods department,
provided you spend $1 there, J
Checks not good after Saturday.
NEW Y0RK STORE
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