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THE .MARION DAH.YhMIRIl01t, MONDAY MAY 37,1 '1007
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V, BURGESS ....Buslncw. Manaser
H. 0. HOLLAND Editor
. M. ARMSTHONO. City Editor
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Weather for Ohio Fair, coldort. toii 1X.Allfive Democrats"
JJnight, except possible snow flurries in
-nd southern portions. Tuesday fair.
Mr. Roosevelt is a mollycoddle
himself when it comes to tacking
lariff revision -or Mayor Solunitz.
If John D. Rockefeller has spent
as Iniuch money as the Fifty-ninth
Congress, ho would be a public
eliargo in an Ohio .poor house.
Henry Glows julvis.es w to
"'avoid a man who, when ho drinks
habitually drinks alono". Sure:
, After diagnosing tlio cases, Dr.
Roosevelt may suggest tho water
cure treatment for aiiilroads in the
' Tho physical reva rollers should
weigh up sv moribund corporation
and determine the disputed point
whether or not it has a soul.
A correspondent of the New
York Sim is at templing to discover
"a cure for poetry". He, will ncv
or succeed; crushed in the waste
basket it will rise again.
i "The ideal street car system"
says Tom Johnson of Cleveland,
""is one oil
ideal world seoais to bo a
Pete, the White House
'4 has discovered that he
too offieJols since sentence of
ishnicnt has been proclaimed, yet
J his master should have a kindly
feeling. for such an. offense.
Tho Roosevelt macliino state com
mittee of New York has turned
down a resolution by 32 to -1 en
dorsing Governor Hughes for prcsi
.( dent. New York Republicans will
'Miave to be satisfied with Teddy or
4 .luio young man wiio sits hack
of you in tho thoatro and ut-eom-anics
the ldisical numbers by
whistling and heating time with his
sfl'eet, is nliwht as objectionuble as
the young woman who has been tho
'Kliow holoro and xeels in
k!ki1' liftfin'n imil t'miltj in luf i
bound to tell you about it.
Wio opinion of Gov. Woodruff
of (.'onnectttcut of the Republican
.tlegislnturo of that stato is that it
is "lobby, ridden" and he admitted
Jthat if ho could get one bill passed
tin 'tho 7ublio interest- he would bo
performing "a miracle." Turn
lite rascals out.
lur.iusireci commodity index
figures show n slight decline for
T 1 ,., .
Tho month of April, but
orcaosiunH soaring in price
cotton and steel advancing
.average lor this month will
ginuch (higher. Is your income
ng paco with the increased cost of
yiving? If not, you aro losing somo
Bf tho Republican prosperity .that
She tariff protected trusts enjoy.
5 Tho Supremo Court of Kansas
ia issued writs of oitbter aL-ninst
ho Western Union Tolograph Cotn-
pany nd tho Pullman Company
liar not oomplyinsr with tho stnln
Sonporation lmw. As llioso compan-
os aro also not complying wltji
. 1n P...!,. .. 1 ..I.. I..1 It
iiu it.-ui.THi wnmiffl, a rigorous en
orciracnt xf whlclt 'vfihf'ou tlft
threo and live cents
C. O. WJant
lOOKSELLEB AND STATIONERY.
r xub, iiotuo oi i'ost yarcWw- ,1,
sjiiii' ground os them from doing
The Interstate Commcrco Coin
nu'ssviii has decided x cases
r.gaiust the Southern Cotton manu
facturers, avIio .asked, for tho same
ra lroad rates to San Pfancisco as
from New L'llglaiul points. The
South having tho shorter haul, it
would seem should hnvb the lower
rates, but tho South generally gets
tho worst of it under Republican
Hon. Henry Wnterson has
dark ihorso in training for the
Democratic nomination for Presi.
dent. S'who without entangling pU
linnet with any of tho intouey imuv-j
eiV "is, "'ct without any nntc-i
VTfcuMohts' which, could
pipporled tho ticket in ISflO.
There can ho no object'fon to trot
ting out your dark steed Marso
Henry and let us sco his good
What. Others Say.
LET OHIO ALWAYS LEAD
11 iu nlwnvK it miinil flisUtli'lioil
when it becomes tho pio-
any pathway oi progress.
It is worth so much to know that
Ohio has within its confines some
thing more than politics and politi
cians, an orroneouA idea abroad
founded oh the nirciionderanco of
Ohio men in the political life of the.
nation, i plains If her "tea" Is not duly noted,
Nothing in the recent history of 'In Its appropriate place, and tho
New Yoik gave such creditublo .merchant who gets up nn attractive
prominence to the Kmpiro state as window display Is liable to think
As initiative in insurance probing that ho was not duly recognized In
nnd tho good results already oh-It ho news columns. And thus It
tinned and yet to develop as a re- goos. Hut hero Is what the Ilcfcr
sult of the" Armstrong investiga- ciu-o Journal tells the merchants:
tion. "Wo conjure our mcnilicrs not to
Missouri is prominent as tlio .forget tho debt wo owe In a moral
pioneer of anti-graft crusade. No .way to the newspapers ot tho state,
matter if tho Missouri must lio Uvory paper tioosts lt3 home corn-
shown, Missouri showed tho way to
deal with grafters. 'when conditions no not jusuiy tniai
Ohio's proud lwast today is that Is from tho editor's standpoint). Tho
it blazed tho way for a two-cent paper which lights jour community
faro on tlio railways. Years of battles Is entitled to the support ot
ngrtation finally resulted in the tho community. It must got that
Ohio pioneer statute for two-cent support through ndvc?tlslng jiatron
faro. In spite of tho opposition to agc nnd tho home merchant will find
its enactment the statute went into
effect without a contest in tho
AVImt is the icsult7 For answer
we must ask the citizens of other
states. Since Ohio's two-cent faro
was put to tho test of experience
other states that wanted it deter
mined to have it, until now two
cent furo is a reality or in process
of PtinnlfllMlh 111 .Al'lrniKntf Itirlinno
Illinois, lowa, Minnesota, Missouri wnicn rceons to macuinaiiing mein
(hero is where Ohio "showed" ds Is unworthy of tho patronage of
MiSNonri) Michigan, Nebraska, Ne.w
hji-k, i-euusyivniiin anil oilier
This is only tho Jicginning. See
ing the spread of this "Ohio idea'
other states are going to follow the
lead until it will be possiblo to
travel frotr coast to coast and from
Canada to Mexico and the gulf at
tho un'd'orm faro of two cents per
Ohio has opportunities to blaze
tlio way for other reforms of
etpml value and importance to the
peoplo. Tho Ely bill, introduced
in tho Ohio legislature in 1001 and
again in 300(1, which as still pend
ing, may ho properly called the
pioneer to the bill before tho
Arkansas legislature to compel tlio
iiitero'inugo of lnng-distiineo tele
phone messages. That "this matter
should he advocated in tho plat
form of Texas Democrats shows
that the idea it deserves to ho
called an Ohio idea is spreading,
What tho t,Uo of Ohio should
do next in its pioneer work, is to
put in Jhe statutes, an act to reg
ulato telegraph and lelephono rates
within tho state and 'to compel in
terchange of long-ilistnnco mes
sages. venes for its "session in 100S it
"When -the Ohio legislature con
should not hesitato to tako flm
pioneer step in this important mnt
ter. Tl will he a magnificent com
panion to Ohio'h. two cent i'aro.
No -other lojrislnturn will i.n ;.,
:Wrui before thai limn .t i.,i
tho Ohio idea, and legislature now
in session aro so near to eloso
that thoy are not likely to do so.
Ohm. legislature, therefore, lias
betoro U an opportunity of vast
moment. n opportunity "to contin
ue its march as a liionccc ,P .
gross. Iress Post. '
MBROHANTS AND NEWSPAPERS.
Tho Reterenco Journal l thA t,,
Retail Mcrchants' association. It Is
published by tho merchants n
means 6f communlcatliiL' win, .nM,
other and giving publicity to their
meetings .dnd proceedings'? ,-.
IA! recent Issue of thn',fmhnr .J.VL
iuio uio morcnants of overy .oUior
stato In tho union, becauso It Is good
advlco. It Is also an appreciation of
wlmt tho papers do for tholr respect
ive communities, and It occurs to all
newspaper peoplo occasionally that
that vory thing is overlooked.
nt is an easy thing to criticise
newspaper; ' Hardly an issuo of anv
paper pleases everybody., It would
ia. recent issue of tho 'paper con- ltlllffjl, CT "W Important bo
tnlns somo odvlco lo tho merchants F,V.vwvKifP-ir',,9A9 tliq ,a.vyfl of man
of KhnsaB that ought to bo laid ,bef 4'W' k, , , t , ' ,,
foro the merchants of overy .oUior 'NIn" times 'out or ten" tho attacks
CARPETS m RUGS
75 New RooniSize Rugs
These rugs are all new fall
patterns, selected personally by
our rbuyerwfrom, this country's
Ypti can find just what 'yu want here in Rugs
and Carpets at the right price and pay as
bo a straiiRo paper If It did. Tho
prlzo lighter lakes exception to giv
ing so much Bpaec to the church pro
grams and tho church people crit
icise tho papers for printing prlzo
light nows. The widely woman corn-
.munlty and business men. sometimes
It the best Investment ho over made
If he advertises pcrslstonly nnd In
telligently In his home paper.
"While tho newspapers aro to bo
commended for their general fair
ness to tho peoplo of their Immcdlato
communities, there are occasional
Instances where a paper by adopting
bull-dozing methods to sscuro ad
vertising patronage often finds that
It has cast a boomerang.
'I ... . ...... ..
anyono yet much unprovable patron-
age is bestowed on doubtful publloa-
tlons to keep them quiet and not for
the good results derived.
"Members of this association should
patronlzo the good clean papers that
honestly work for tho upbuilding ot
their town, county, nnd stato re
gardless of policies of tho paper In
stead ot supporting "organs" that de
pend solely upon your dollars for
support whllo all tho reading mat-
i,or contained In thorn Is tho preach-
ing or ideas tnat aio directly op
ixised to your Interests and gotfd
governinont." Springfield (O.) Nows.
'ATTACKS ON CHURCHES.
Tlio enemies of tho churches who
arc trying to Impair, If not destroy,
Its usefulness imagine they aro ben
efitting tho communities lu which
I hoy llvo when they expose tho fow
active religious workers who fall from
No ono denies that church members
sometimes go wrong, but when ono
considers the vast number ot peoplo
who are allied with the rollglous or
ganizations he Is surprised that tho
percentage Is not greater.
Hypocrites aro found overywhoro.
No minister (Ionics that somo of them
aro affiliated with tho churches; no
sect order member denies tho ehnrgo
thai men who lend a dual existence
are enrolled on the lodgo 1ookB.
But becauso men who are not
found out Join tho church and tho
lodges It doesn't necessarily follow
that all religious lwdles nnd secret
orders nro to bo condemnod.
Fow can comprehend tho reason
that impels somo men to attack the
church as a wholo when ono racmbor
commits a crime.
It would bo Just as sonslblo to ar
gue that all lawyers are rogues bo-
causo an attorney In Horcavlllo or
Ptnnut Comers had botrayed his
Tho man who contended that cvory
nowspaper was unreliable becaiiBO
New York produrca a fow that pa"
no, (lUputlon to facts would bo ad-
Juugcd fitupld and lacking In common
f,t.,.may ba that tho crimes ot
of the agnostics or misguided Chris
tians aro Inspired by hatred for tha
church. Thoro aro cases whore tha
church has loan condemned by those
whoso nmbltloiis plans havo boon
halted by the moral oloment.
Tho views of somo men would bo-
romo broader and more anno If they
would ponder over tho situation In a
city that had no churchca and whero
Christ la n.y was unkonwin, Man3
TRAOBDY. FARCE OK CO.MKDY.
This political tempest In tho fac
tional teapot, which has been raging
lu Ohio for somo' days, as to who
shall be chosen to tho presidency, In
IOCS, Is tho climax of bosslsm and
llh for of flea run mad.
Who aro stalking up nnd down tho
state, uttering war cries, nnd claim
ing to name tho man who Is to do
prcsldont over eighty millions of
people, after March C, 10011? George
Barncsdnlc Cox, Arthur- I. Vorys,
Charles Dick, Walter Brown good
enough In their way. as bosses, office
holders or offlco keol;ors na the caso
may bo. But thoy aro not tho lioo-
plo; they arc dot even tho Republican
party of Ohio, '-vrhcy aro the heads
of several wriggling factions, whoao
motto seems to he: "ISvcrythlug for
offlcip; nothing for principle; nothing
for tho public welfare."
What right have Hiceo politicians
to set up tho claim of jiollllcal om
nipotence nnd take the Initiative of
naming n candidate for tho presidency
of nny party? u
This Is bosslsm.-run mad; a notice
served In ndvanco that tho people, so
far as tho Republican party Is con-
ccnied, aro ,iot to bo consulted ns to
Itho candidate andtho Issue for which
they will bo grahlously permitted to
voU, eighteen months hsneo.
frills Is a now brand of polllcs even
ior utnoinnatl, Akron and Toledo., It
" a political phantasmagoria, a party
wIll-o'-the-wIsp that Js going to lend
.someiiouy into tho swamp of oblivion.
i-ruamy u is tne forerunner of Uio
dissolution of tho Republican parly
If this lie so. the. nation can stand
it. In fact, tho nation needs tho
grand clearance. Thoro will bo civic
patriotism, honesty in office and tho
nbsencie of grafting after all present
bosses nnd grafters of every strinn
and color nre gone and forgotten.
A. Pittsburg Suburb Aroused
Because of a Negro was the
High School Valedictorian
Pittsburg, May 27 Tho fnshlonablo
suburb of Oakdalo is shaiton to its
foundation by tho raco question ns tlio
result of the high Bchool comment-o
men t held Saturday ovcnlng, at
which a negro was valodlctorian. Ki
bitter Is tlio feeling, that moro than
nair ot .tho mombors of the trrailiiat-
ing class lefused to -attend thn nvnr-
clses and declaro that thoy will not
accept tho diplomas.
SovcrnI days ngo Prof. Johnston, of
tho Oakdalo schools announced that
fftay Woolen, a negro youth and son
of tho village barber, was tho honor
studont In tlio craduatinc clniss. nn,i
that as such would bo' tho class vale
dictorian. This announcement mot
with all kinds of -protests from llm
of tho crlnio and was Identified by
othor members of tho class and tholr
Prof, .fohnston refused to set tho
negro aside and tho latter Is said to
havo Tccolvod a number riP llimnla
lagalnst his Hfo If ho attempted to
carry out his part of- tho rommenco
ment program. Tho exorcises utnk
Placo lu tho "First irfniivihnn
eJiurch last night and Woolen .loiiv.
rcd tho valodletorlaji nddresq. Only
nvo of tho twglvo mombers of the
erauatlng class appearod.
Woods of New South Wales,
Tho woods of Nqw South Wales nro
so varitMl as to ,,,t tho world's r3
ntwvJrvat, aim 'mii
mm i xiiiKikii
Tho wedding of Miss Lillian M.
Itowon, a former Marlon girl, to Mr.
Frank Ferguson, of England, will
tako placo at tho homo of tho bride's
parents, Itov. and Mrs. Marccllus
Ilowen, In Constantinople, Turkey,
Saturday afternoon, Juno 1. A num
ber of Marlon peoplo Monday ro-
Icclved Invitations to tho wedding.
iA. number of years ago, tho Bow
eiiB resided In this city, wlioro a
nvtmber of their relatives still llvo.
During tho pntft'Tewyears'ltov-i-Mrv
Dowdtl has been in lirtrROf -tho
PrcabytoTlati Dlbld IioubO at' Constan
tinople. Ho Is now" ono of'thd'Trtost
prominent Presibytcrlan missionary
workers In tho foreign field.' jjIbh
Bowcn has a wldo clrclo of ncqnnlnt
anccB In Marlon.
Mr. Ferguson, the groom, holds a
responsible position nt the British
Embassy In Constantinople
iHonorlng tho eighteenth birthday
anniversary ot Miss Minnie Wolflng
cr, residing six miles south of tho
city, a vory pleasant social function
was given at tho homo, of tho hon
ored guest, Saturday evening. Music
nnd guessing contests constituted tho
diversions of tho occasion. Elegant
refreshments wcro served.
Tho guests wero: Messrs. Daniel
Almcndlngcr, Fred I,andon, John
Seller, Gcorgo Almcndlngcr, John
Laucr, Ferdinand Seller. Urban Zaeh
man, John Laushcr. Fred Dult, Ed-
liward Iiucr, Paul Knchmnii, Carl
Bascler, Edwin Schwclnftirth, Mrs,
ilDanlcl Almondlngor, Mrs. Fred Lan-
don nnd tho Misses Bertha Hoak,
'Mo Altnondlngcr. Emma Carman,
Gertrude Gllck, Pearl Knchmiin, TjU-
Jii IiCllar, Kathryn Blrzler. Emma
Seller, Edna Allmondlngcr and Kath
lAbout thirty monibcrs or tho
Pathfinder lodgo and their friends
jpcripot rated n pleasant surprlso of
iMiv. Dora Corn nt the home tif
Jicr brotjior, R. Greenland, on Scrnn
'ton Avcnn'j, Saturday night In lienor
Jof Mrs. Corwln's birthday annivers
ary. Tho evening was spent with
Igatnes and Jinislc and other diversions.
An elaborate supper was served.
Tho Catholic Iidlcs of Ohio will en
tertain Tuesday night with a farewell
reception, bono-lug Mr. nnd Mrs.
M. J. Lawrence, who will lcavo next
month for their iicav homo in Culi-
ifornla. Tho ladles, their husband nnd
friends have been Invited and the
affair Is o'xpeeto to he ono of tho
most successful over attempted by tho
Mrs. Ella Herzer gave a luncheon
today at ono o'clock"" nt tho North
School building, ns a surpirso to Miss
Hattlo Christian and Miss Edith
Goddon. Tho decorations woro rod
bear's and tho plate favors were hand
painted hearts. In tho brldo's cako,
Miss Edwards secured tho pencil. Miss
jMapcs tho money, Miss Christina tho
ring, and Mrs. Herzer tho thimble.
Tho Stitchers' cluUi will meet with
Miss Hilda PaiiRborn, of Dlalno Av
enue. Tuesday cvonlng. '
Miss Grace II. Color nnd II r.
Trnoey M. Wilier wero married at
8:!I0 o'clock Saturday ovcniaig liy
J?o L. P. Weed, "pastor of. (ho
rniti-d Brethren church at his
homo on South Prospect street.
They will lesido during tho' summer
in this city but about. September 1
will move to Tucson, Arizona,
whero Hie groom is employed by
the Southern Pacific, IJailwny coni
jiany. Both nro w' known ynuns
people. Tho bride is u daughter of
Jir. and Mrs.. Samuel Color .of.
Owens hi reel, and lias been oni
plo,ed ns an operator by tliu Mar
ion County Telephone company.
Special $9.98 Suit Sale
aro selling rojjulnr
$12 and $15 Suits
Brisk scllinrj tins left us a
broHen lino of sizes. Sco
Show Window. If you aro
not perfectly satyflcfl witJi',1
your purchase, bring; it bach
wo'll refund your monoyf
MWM HI WW.
Why Don't AYoiT Ask
For What You Want
As long as you buy cigars in the old indifferent
, guess-work way of taking whatever is handed
4)ut to. you just so long will you pay for fre
Why don't you ask for what you want?
Don't guess which is tho best cigarand don't
let anyone guess for you.
You can bo sure. The better kinds.of cicars
')' are all distinguishable byjo.jlo A"
J anark of merit on the box. k
" Triangle A" branda.are uhrcijstakably
superior in all smoking qualities -in aromatic
fragrance, smooth, uniform blend and absolute
cleanness to cigars made the old way and
"Triangle A" brands are the only cigars made
the new way.
' There arc many "Triangle A" brands
of many different names, different blends, dif
ferent shapes and different prices to suit different
tastes. The "Triangle A" is a guarantee that
covers them all it distinguishes the superior
product of our new scientific manufacturing
No better proof of our claims could bo offered
than is found in "tho wonderfully ' improved
The New CREMO
which represents the best quality that can bo
produced and sold for five, cents it proves every
claim we make for cigars sold under tho
-"Triangle A." ,
Every box is extra-wrapped in glasaine paper, scaled
lo maintain perfect smoking condition and cleanliness
until tho box is opened.
AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY
Mr. M. H. Wottring Dies at
Bellewood Pa.j Monday.
For FIvo Years He was Employed
as Engineer at the Prcndergast
Plant Funeral at Prospect
' M. II. Wbllrhifr, aged 5(i, died
Monday morning it nine- o'clock
at his homo m Bclhyood, Pa. ror
some time 11 r. Wotlrhur had been
in ill health out ms condition be
came t;crinus only a fow days be
fore Jiis death.
Tlio deceased was a former resi
dent of this eily having three years
ago moved lo Ilollwood from Mnr
iou. For a poriod of fivo years
ho was cnrplycd as engineer nt tho
One week ago Sir. W. C. Wot
tring of this city .received a let-
tor from his lumber Ktiiti.m? Mint. I
ho was- coming to Marion county 'tlon horo' Mny 4 2S wcr0" srautcd cor
foi' a visit witli relatives. Not n jtlflcatcs. A list of tho successful ones
word was said of his being bo
lioiitily M. f
Mr. Wotlriiig is survived by a
wifo and llireo children Mr. K.
Invin. Witw Winn Wollring and W.
W. Wottring al of Bellwood. ,W.
C. Wottring. treasurer ofi Marion
county, A. P. nnd S. L. Wol-
liing of Prospect nro brothers ot
Tho body will bo brought to
Prospect AVednesday for burial, tho
hour of the funeral n ydt not hav
ing been dolomincd.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days.
PAZO OINTMENNT Is guaranteed
to euro nny caso of Itching, mind,
Wooding or Protruding- Piles In 6 to
14 days or monoy refunded. 60c.
Idon Took the Brass But Ills Arrest
"I'warf only joking-that's, all"
was tho extmso which saved John
Tden, the Caledonia drayman from
another of Ihotfo juioy fines -which
Mayor Thomas Amber of that il
lustrious; litllo 'illairo has had thn
dbnlflntfliro of im-okiner tlutiiii 11m
patently mischievous young man.
Jiimes Lnnta hnd a very fino set
of brass trimmed harness. While
his team was standing hitched ln
ail alley, Iden .relieved tho harness
flC ils i'nncv trlmininin. It nenma
, .. in -
a though hoino-, oyo witnessed. , tho
J.. i p . iv.. i f i r i
hci J.O. a, juw nuiirw inier JiUni?-.
swne out a Avarrant' in tho Mayor's
court charging Jden witli tho thoft.
Iden appeared beforo tlio M"ayor
and returned tho brass and de
claring that .ho only intended play
ing a joke. Mayor Q ruber accepted
tho excuso but warned tho young
mni) that jokes somotimes aro cost
ly mill dismissed him.
Tho salvo that acts like a poul
tlco la Pino Salvo Carbollzed. No
other salvo so good for cutB, burns,
boils and chapped skin. Aok about
It. Prlco 25 cts.
Sod by l-'lockon Drug Stor.
List , of Successful Applicants
Out of a class of 5C applicants who
took tho county teachers' oxamlna-
Two years Carrie h, Meare, Cdcli
ranton, Ono year liosa Schorgor nnd Ixmls
Gracoly, Agosta; Philip N. Heckcr,
Lcda Moore, Kdna Klnloy. Emma
vstukoy, and O. O. Oswald, Prospect;
Zelda uamor, Maudo Coll, Allco Mes-
songor, Ermel niow. CJortrudo Smltli
and Morlo W. Young, Marion; Daisy
Mor6, gokiio Kemper, .T. C. Km-
mons, Mary Sagor, Maudo Clark, and
Mildred Day, Lalluo: William H.
Wilson, Mnry C6urt and Kugono Har
mon, Morral; Isabcllo Vlrtuo nnd Hcs
eo Douco, Caledonia; Olonn Beckloy,
Itlchwood, Hilda Portor and Ithca
Smpltzcr, Grcon Camp; Eva Mlllor,
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CASTOR I A
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Tlio Kind You Havo Always Bought
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