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THE MAMOK-D'AIIiY MIRROR MONDAY, MAY 27, 1907.
The instinct and habit of
4600 yeara have proved wheat
the one absolutely necessary
food for man.
1 Latter day' science has
proved the soda cracker to
be the most nutritious of all i
Modern skill has given to
i the world Uneeda Biscuit,
"A olWI3rily'iJerfect soda cracker.
rilbtsture' ptdof packages.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Meet us face to face. Open ',
We will treat you RIGHT. Tonight ?,
We Want Your Shoe Trade
OXFORDS SLIPPERS SHOES
g The"QuicK Sales and
aro dangerous, . but
ubmlt to nn operation until
have first tried Man Zan tho Great
"'Ho Remedy. It Is put tip In col.
lapstlJo tunes with a ,nozzlo that
nllows It to ho applied exactly where
it Js needed. If you havo Itching.
Weeding or protruding piles and Man
an does not rcllove, money re
funded. Soothes and cools. Ho
llcvcs at onco.'
Sold by Flockn Drug Stor.
Lepers In Norway.
Nprway has llvo leper hospitals
with about 600 patients.
Moro th'B morning. Order
now. Thoy'ro going fast.
15c PER POUND.
TOR SALE AT
F. J. lUSGH
N.H. Cor. Stats & CenUr BU.
Try our Honey Moon Blend
Oof f co. i
Tumor's Havo Good
Things to Hat
Strawberries ovory day.
Now Potatoes, New. Toma
toes, Spinach, Pineapples,
Sweet Oranges, Good Ripe
Bananas, Asparagus, Now
Oabbago, Rhubarb, Lottuco,
Now Beets, Green Onions and
Try our Meat Market for
Wo havo a roputation of
keeping good cheoso and wo
arc sol'ing ldts of it, so that
it is always fresh, cloan and
appotizlng. It is always tho
samo. Try us whon you want
some that is extra fine.
Phones 39. 209 fi. Center St,
A young man said:
'Tvo seqt all my linons to Anthonys' Laundry for tho past
(1 four yoars so don't mention any other laundry to ME I
sttcK whore 1 am. 1 nere
Small Profit' Shoemen
i t i
Claims as its Victim Miss Blanche
tMIss ijlanchc Strowbrlgc, aged 30
years, n.cd at tne homo of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strow
brldge, thrco miles northeast of tho
city, Saturday night at five o'clock.
Miss Strowurldgo was taken 111
about two woks ngo with typhoid
pneumonia. Her condition soon be
came critical, und during tho past
few days, her life was despaired of
by those-' watching at her bcdsldo.
The deceased was born In Marlon
county and had lived all of her llfo
hero. Ofa lovablb nature, she en
deared lic'rsolf to many, frlonds to
whom her death Is a soveio shock.
The runoral scHccs wcro held Mon
day afternoon at two o'clock at tho
residence, Itov. G. M. Itourko of
ficiating. Interment followed at Ma
Members ot Family arc Ren
Oren Rowc Living Next Door Suf.
fers From the Shock Very
.Little Damage Done.
Loss than two months ngo Oion
Rowo of Khkpntrick whh struck by
lightning, narrowly 'escuping ilenth.
Saturday evening whilo sitting in 1
his lfhrary lending a maga.ino a
thunder bolt struck tho residence oC
Ameal Hcnmsnydcr, located next
door, tho toi'ribln shock l-ctnlciiiisr
Mil vrtiinti limn line linrvim i lliml. '
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was a rcmarkablo coincident nnd
tho young man has begin to tli
that ho 'is iijuiinan magnet. ITo
ns not seriously injured.
Tim Iloamsnydor' .homo whero tlio
lightning struck was hut liltlo dam
aged, only a. small holo in tlio
roof and n black streak lown tho '
walls evidencing that tlio lightning
bolt had roally fallun. Mrs. Rcnm-
snyaei ami ncr iiauglitcr Koso wore
in tho sitting room whon tho flash
enmo. They wore both stricken
dumb and it was about five iniu -
OltllCr l-CgnillCd COn -
Yoipig llovr wlio'wns shocked by
tho lwilt was returning "fiom his
father's . htoro nbout two montlo
ngo when ho wa struck on tlio
right shoulder by lightning, tho
flesh having been soriously burned.
'Matters Little, Anyway.
"Conceding," rinid tho professor, "nl-
though it Isn't proved, that a soul
weighB half nn.ounco, ns tostqd by a
rapwfmatorlaI scaloa, how much do
you suppose your body would weigh
ira pair of'soul scales? Half a
you seeone resuu 01 a rericci
REV. JOSEPH REINICKE DELIVERS
Sunday Evening Before the Graduating Class of tho Marion!
Hlo-li Sr.finnl Annual Mnmnrlal Srv1r.o TTaM n fti
Central Christian Church Sabbath Morning are Largely
Attended--The Pastor Rev. B. C. Piatt Preaches a Most
Tho baccaliiurcato sorvleo for class
of 1D07 or tho Marlon High school,
1 I nil 111 u.t..l. al.l.a a.lnulH
.... .win gruuuHiv .'uy uvuiiuiK
in mm wpcKkf waav neiii ni uio ai
om's Bvangelleal Protestant church,
Sunday evening. Tho baccalaureate
sermon was preached by Rev. Joseph
Helnlcko. pastor, who took ns his sub
ject, "Tho true icn and Women of
tho Truth .Will no Strong."
The members of tho class,
panlcil by tho High school
attended the service In a liody, occu
pying a section In the center of tho
Tho sermon of Itcv. Mr. nclnlckc
wn ono of exceptional Interest, con
taining much ot valuo to the grad
uates. His tex takon from 11 Tim
othy 3:7, rods, "Ever learning, nnd
nover nblo to como to tho knowledge
of tho truth."
iltov. Mr. Uelnlcko Impressed his
hearers througho.it that the basis of
truth n3 expounded by Jesus. Ho said
that to bo wealthy In knowlcdgo Is
far better than to possess riches in
a monetary sense.
Alio graduates wcro urged to becomo
scholars of Jesus Christ, at wheso
feet, Itov. Mr. itolnlcko said, havo
loiolt the groatcs men ot the era.
"Thoro Is ono virtue that will en
able you to be a strong porsonnllty,"
said tho speaker, mil that Is truthful
ness. Whllo you aro now graduating
from tho High School, you nro stop
ping Into a greater school, the school
of llfo, from which there Is no grad
uation. Kven In eternity wo nro In
tho stato of development.
Wo should keep tho student attl
tudo throughout life, tho speaker ro
clarcd, always cagor anJ ready to
leirn. Associations count much In the
strife to gain knowledge. Wo should
aim to nssoclnto wlth truo spirits,
with thoso who lovo tho truth and
strlc to live It.
, "Tho truo strcnoiis llfo Is not namo
ly the scaling of heights but grap
Ipllng with doubts and difficulties,
continually grasping now knowledge,"
Bald Rev. Mr. Rolnlckc "Do not con
tent with yesterday or today, but over
face tho dawn of God's great tomor
Our High School Bludents or today
learn moro nnd havo greater advan
tages than did our forefathers who
havo gono before ub. la tho montnl
polso expressed by the speaker. Ho
said that tho pcoplo of today pay
too much attention to trivial things,
things which deal of nicntnl explos
ions, brain storms, Dementia Ameri
cana, and other llko frivolities. '
In talking on any subject relating
o tho great battle of llfo, rtov. Mr.
nolnllo said, we nro prono to cllo ex
amples of mon who havo lived nnd
been successful. No cxamplo Is point
ed out moro often tlmn Is tho llfo of
Prcsldont Itoosovolt. Tho sjioakor r"
pentcd a number pf tho president's
"Put what you learir Into practice
for tho purposo of making manhood
hotter, purer, and nobler," said tho
Bpcakcr'Llvo and prnctlco tho truth."
Tho necessity of belli;; true to our
Inner solves was spoken of by Kov.
Mr. Helnlcko. Ho said than when we
aro falso to our Innor selves wo per
vert our real nntures and by bolng
thus untrue, mako It Impossible for
us to gain knowlcdgo ns wo should.
Olio outer man will reflect tho In
ner man, said Mr. Itolnlcko.
In closing, tho speaker sjioko of tho
tni" greatness of tho oxamplo sot by
Jesus Christ nnd of tho wonderful
tcnchlngs of the Savior. Ho urged tho
graduates over to take Christ as tholr
toachcr nn their leader.
Tho thought of a)' men with tho
sermon was a pretty miiBleal and do
ivottonal eciVj -o. Several selections
wcro sung by the congregation and
by n quartet composed of Misses Em
ma Hermit and Lulu Keller nnd
Messrs. Henry Ebort nnd J. F. Lcf
flor. Tho organist was Miss Ethel
Lofflor. frho scripture lesson was read
by nov, JIr Rolnlcko Is found In
i ni, m....'.i, ,.,. .,im.. ,j.i.i
!wlMi .if,ltr.l nlnnlt. nrkl ,.,m. . ..!,...
colors, bluo nn gold. In the front of
tho nudltorlum was tho class motto,
"VIrtuo Incondlt Vires."
lAt tho Epworth M. K. church,
Sunday morning, Dr. Lorlng C. Wob
stor preached a powerful sermon "to a
largo congregation from the toxt,
.Isaiah 3C, 8, 0 and 10, "Au high
way shall bo thoro," oto.
Said tho speaker:
"No apology Is offoiod for taking a
toxt from tho grntfd old volume, tho
ni'o to sedk and readrlho oldest "book
as., to Ita.hWfirKlanihtKoj.ynunHQgt, as
to Its prophecy, us It records tho gen
esis of things and tho future destiny
to which all things tend. It tran
sconds tho domains of sclonco and
philosophy flioth authentically and se
quentially, disclosing tholr nrplilologl
cnl data nnd tholr cschntoloElcnl plg-
I "Both science and philosophy have
(been markodly reticent as tc tho out-
!como ot'miindano and cosmic nf
fairs, though tho roflcctivo mind Is
deeply concerned In the proper solu
tion of this problem. In these par
ticulars, as well as those concerning
tho present, tho Scriptures alone af
ford tho most rcllablo Information.
However, tho Scriptures arc omlnontly
nnd pro-omlnontly a revelation or an
autobiography of Jesus Christ: anJ
through Him a disclosure of God'u
plan of saving a disordered world.
As sin Is tlio violation ot a holy law
and tho way of disorder, so holiness
ns conformity to that law, Is the
way" of return to purity and jicaco
'tho way of holiness.'
"Thrco distinct topics wcro dls-
cuscd; namely. 1, Tho Way of Holi
ness as a Highway, or thoroughfare-
plain, safe nnd sure; 2, the travelers
on tho way mot tho unclean, but the
redcomed, by both prlco and power.
3, their arrlal at tho place of des
tination tho 'Heavenly Jerusa
lem' with songs ot Joy and glad
ness, tvhero sorrow nnd sadness, or
sighing snail flee away or bo un
known. Peroration -Hcavon a placo
as well as a state, of enlarged pow
ers, of happy associations, of delight
ful occupation, culminating In wor
ship of God nnd tho Lamb.
At tho Central Christian church
Sunday morning, tho Cooper l'ost
Grand Army of the Republic, the
Woman's ltolicf lorps and tho La
dies of tho G. A. It. joined by
tho Spanish Ameiican War Veter
ans mid Ladies 'Auxiliary mot
annual meinorinl service.
ed:.fico was occupied to its senting
capacity and the servi'co was
Mr. Mitchell, now of tho city
and a baritono of 110 moan ability
sang a highly pli'iiMiig solo "The
Battle Hymn of tlio Republic." tho
congregation joining in 011 tho cho
"Tho Rcpublio of America and
tho Kingdom of God" was tho
thenio of tho most eloquent dis
course delivered by Itcv. B. C.
Pintt. The sermon was to 4ho
point and tho words of tho ora-
or iuspircd lias
In tho court.0 (it his remarks the
pastor said: "'Wo arc met hero
this morning nftor the lapse of al
most half a century sinco tho
torriblo conflict of tho Civil War
to walk with uncovered heads over
the battle fields of tho past, to
linger with you by tho smoldoiing
camp fires and to look with awo
and pity down into tho trenches
whero the bodies of your comrades
1: fallen. Wo want to do this in
loving memorial of your scrvico to
our common country. And, nbove
all, we want to gqt at tho deeper
meaning of ils grim but glorious
teaching. We want to see today
wJiut harvest wo havo to offer from
the soil that was fertilized by tho
rich red blood of the million men
sown with erics nnd groans nnd
harrowed in by shot, and shell.
Wo want lo reckon wliat wo have
to offset tho war debt, tho war
widow, (ho crippled and maimed
bodies, a bleeding storm-swept
South, tho I en or of tho rocon
st ruction, and tho bloody deed in
Ford's theatre where tho life of
our great Uucolu went out."
"From such a eoil, -with such
seed nnd wrt.li such a sowing wo
havo a right to oxpect a great
yield. Tho soil nnd the seed nnd
the sowing aro valuable only ns
they bring tho fruitage we cxpoct
ed. Tho day and tho hour nnd tho
subject demand that wo search for
tho spiritual meaning of, tho vicar
ious offering up of fi0 much prec
ious life. And so it h that I
speak to you about tho war of tho
Republic and the war of tlfo King
dom." . "
In concluding Roy. patt declar
ed Hint sinco tlio smoko of tho
gront wars has lifted,! tho peoplo
aro viewing tho question from tho
lengthening prospective of fifty
.veins nnd in this light, threo or
four lessons of paramount imnort
anco loom largo on tho moral liori
zon. Tlio pnslor unmcul tho first
lesson ns "Tho Divino Low np Mm
eiviug up of tho individual 'ifo for
tlio common good," Ho declared
Hint mil tho soldioiv mresnnt. lm,i
offored thir lives land worn m.
doubledly just ns bravo as thoso
wJio worn les fortunato nnd woro
mowed lown by tho tides of bat
tle. Tho sneaker named tho RPrnn.l
losson us "Tlio presovvin&r of the
country by the rank and filo of
nvorage, private man. Ho spoke in
npprorinlion of tho loaders and
genoralsi but pictured ia glowing
(onnsp tlio private tlio fino silent
heroism of tlio im&ung man.
"Kinship, Lovo of country nnd
love of Kingdom. Tlio words coun
try and kingdom being uppermost
in importance" waft tho third les
son. Rev. Pintt declared that in
terest nnd lovo go in circles nnd
flin onlr-jcft mnn Inniu 111K. in Hin
first circle. ' Hp ipoiia of the Wg-
MM of the Obicct loved nnd cm
pnasizcd the vnstnrss, .tho sweep
ing nnd glorious calling of, tho
In concluding this address Rev.
Pintt sn:Vl: "Soldiers, your triflls
in the hot zone of wnr nro over
nnd its sobering influences nro go
ing on, preparing you to bo the
lenders .nnd inspirers in llio con
flicts' hi peator'(r;nF'ligc iff Moody
wars i? rapidly, passing nwny and
the problem!? of tho Jfitlurb aro tlio
problems of peace. Thero will bo
industrial,, s""ial nnd religion war?
however, that will call for moral
All ...Inl lltl. I .vn...n ...
.l&ll VAVUIIVIIt i;il.llll il
lcred at tho Reformed church
evening, the occasion being
dedication of a fiii" new piano
contly purchnsod by tho church.
Tlio program was largely musical
tho feature of -which was scvoral
"nslrumcntinl selections by tho or
ganist, Mis Minnio Little.
A violin solo by Mr. Carl Frie
accom'iianicd by Mis Tiill'an Frinn
was n highlv appreciated number.
Mr. iovi vae al.o ieiuieiol n
pleasing violin solo. TTp wns ac
companied by Mrs. Ynke. Short
)!V nddrcsses wore made by the
naslor. Rev. W. A. Sclllago, Mr.
Samuel Keller and the superintend
on of the Sunday School, Henry
The last payment on the piano
had been made Saturday but at
tho conclusion of the program a
collection was. taken to Taise n
fund with which to purchase now
hvmnals. Tn "10 future the church
will devote more attention and ex
pense to the mus-'cnl department
and will have sjweial music render
ed nt-each Sunday service.
Jtcv W. E. Thomas, of Loulsburg.
liPennsylManla, formerly pastor nt
flho First Presbyterian church here,
Is visiting friends In Mnrlon, and 1
Sunday ho filled tho local pulpit. A
largo congregation heard his excellent
sermon on the subject, "Living With
iltcv. Mr. Thomas said that In ord
er for us to have a now soul, the old
ono must die, something which Is
exemplified In all llfo, the passing
away of tho old being followed by
creation of the now.
Itov. Mr. Thomas wns a commis
sioner to tho General Presbyterian
assembly held at Columbus, last week
Ho will remain In Marlon until the
latter part of tho week.
Wo offer Ono Hundred
Reward for any caso of
that cannot bo cured by
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
We, the undersigned, havo known
F. J. Cheney for tho last 15
years, and belicvo him perfectly
honorablo in till business tran
sactions and financially ablo to car
ry out any obligations mado by
Wnlding, Kinnnn & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is takon in
ternally, acting directly upon tho
blood nnd mucous surlaces of the
system. Testimonials sent freo.
Price 75c per bottlo. Sold by all
Tnko Hall's Family Pills for
Would "Exchange" Scandal.
The following advertisement np.
pears in a fnshlonablo English news
paper: "Lonely lady wlshos to ox
chango scandal with another; replies
roqulred only from thoso In tho best
Minnelli Bros. Big Show Arrives
The Minnelli Brother with their
magnificent new r.itlit arrived in
MnrVm lust evening und tho enn
vah will bo erected on tho Aronhalt
lot 011 Prospect street Tlio Minnelli
Brothers h.ivo tho largest and most
oxponsivo equipment over carried
for dramntie- purposes. Everything
is brand now from center polo to
heals. Tboi i.., an air of prosperity
about tli's bUw which is a pleas
ure to note. TJioro nro 'M uiumbors
in tlio company headed by the dain
ty favorite Minn, Ginuoll. Tho
opening play will bo "A Woman Vt
Way" selected for its truo di tuna
tie woith' and for tho many op
portunities given this potito artist.
Tho canvas is brand new, it is per
fectly rain roof and tho audienpo
is always comfortable when tho
evenings aio cool 'becauoa- it af
fords perfect shcllor. This :'s bono
fit week for tlio Marion Eaglos
but the prices will iroinniti tho samo
10 and 120 cents.
HAVE YOU A BOY?
& Hade Up
For the Boys.
The Grand Opera House will
be the Scene of Many
The Skeptical will be Forced
Believe What They See with
Their Own Eyes,
UYmlght at the Otxra House may bo
tho only opportunity you will over
havo ot witnessing a public domon
Btratlo not tho power ot Human Mag
netism as possessed by a natural mag
nctlst. Tho St. Louis Nows bays ot
his sork In that city:
"Tho hall was erowded beyond Its
capacity. Probably 1,000 pcoplo wcro
turned away. A few minutes after 5
the doors of the theatro wcro closed.
Tho people still kept coming, how
ever, until thoy wore crowded clear
out Into tho street. Tho pollco had to
be sent among them to announco that
thero was no more room In si do. Ev
ery Ecat was tilled. In gallery, balcony
and parquet. The slde-alslcs were
crowded with standing pcoplo. Per
sons wcro crowded Into tho windows
and Into tho exits. The pcoplo re
mained to tho very end of tho per
formance. They watched with tho
most Intense Interest. When re
markable cures wero effected, they
grew enthusiastic and cheered In loud
acclaim. They rejoiced with those
whoso pains aud sufferings were con
quered. "Curiosity was satisfied and oven tho
most skeptical was convinced. Tho
audlenco was not only large, but rop-
jresontatlve, though this must not bp
Interpreted that tho poor wero ab
sent. They wero there In largo nura-
bors, and they woro given prefcrnco
In tho treatments. Thoro were pres
ent lawyers, doctors, business men
and, In fact, It Is hard to hay, who
was not thero.
Tho first patient was William Mc
Millan, of 410 East Third street. Ho
Is nn old man. His hair and beard
aro white with ngo. Ho walked on
crutches and was supported to tho
etago. It was only with tho great
est effort that ho climbed tho steps.
Hhoumatlo paralysis of tho lower
limbs had been his nfflrctlon for
twenty-five years. But his suffering
nnd disease fell away from him under
tho healing hands. In a few moments
ho 1 wns asked to walk. At first ho
was timid and afraid. It bad boon
years sinco ho bad essayed steps with
out n cano or crutch. Confidence
camo with strength. Ho Stamped his
feet, Jumped and ran. Happy ns a
boy, bo mado his way down the steps
unassisted, a practically cured mnn.
"William Taylor, a well known citi
zen, had suffered three strokes of
paralysis, tho last of April, just about
a year ago. Ho was practically car
ried upon tho stage. As h first roso
to his feot, his steps wero baiting.
Ho had so long boon used to Just
dragging nlong, that tho act of walk
ing had becomo a past power, nut,
with a llttlo encouragement, ho re
gained bis strength and. with tho
nlmblo graco of a boy. wfis ablo to
go back to his seat In tho nudlonco.
"S. P. neavor. of C1.1 Plllmoro
street, camo next. For fifteen years
ho had been deaf. Within ten min
utes neavor could hoar any ono
speaking In nn ordinary tono of
volco. When ho first camo up they
had to shout to him.
".Mrs. B. Hayden, who had lionn
suffering for yoars from eyo troublo
and deafness, was next helped. Her
Bignt was restored to a marvolous da
grco. Her hoarlng. which amonntn,i
to practical deafness, returned mleac-
TAKE L. H. IXOOKEN'S AD VIDE
For Moro Than Two Years They
Havo Been Trying to Tell You
How to Ouro Indigestion.
Wo know of n surer way to
provo that wo .have, a remedy Uiat
will roliovo stomach troublo and in
digestion than by offering It to you
nl our own oxpoiw in ease it fuils.
Through our own personal rccom.
) vJ JosW io'
mend minny Marion residents havo
been induced to try this romnrkaldo
dyspepsia remedy, and they havo
found relief almost without excop
Hon. Ono.Jittlo tablet taken nftor
meals invariably rcliovcs distress
nflcr eating, sour stoamch, fermen
tation, heart burn, and other symp
toms of indigestion. Pcpsikola Tab
lots nro a jwsitivo euro for ohronio
dyspepsia and if you havo palpita
tion sick headache, nervous spells,
gnawing pain at tho pit of tho
stomach, backache, or if you feel
worn out, run down, tired or des
pondent, nothing in this world is bo
sure to renew your energy, 6tondj,
your nerves, improvo your diges
tion and increase your bodily vigor
as a ten dnys' trial of theso tablets.
Pcpsikola is also n grand ncrvo ton
ic and L. H. Flockon's will cheerful
ly leturn your 25 cents in caso you
aie not greatly benefited.
A gentleman who had a shooting In
a Scotland glen remarked to an old
gamekeeper that during tho month
thoy had had four good days. "Yes,"
said the old man, "but tho Sabbath
'nlppet' up three of them."
It will soon be hot
weather and you will
want your house cleaned
up. We do all kinds of
Decorating, Painting and
Varnishing. Our prices
are very liberal. Our
workmen arc the best.
Let us estimate your
Big sale of wall paper
Don't eat "Ho," but
B. PRIDE of Mar
ion and KNICK
baked into that
and pastry that
will melt in your
Made and guaranteed by
The M. M. & G. Co.
Valuable premium givea
to users of our flour.
See coupons in sacK.
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Marlon Milling & Grain Go.
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