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Meet Us Faca To Face
"ASTEP IN THE RIGHT
f ill Is with a great deal of plcnsuro
two Oonnnond to the confidence of our
readers, anil especially mothers easca
sweeti the- new Infants und children's
h 'uncre is, ai me present ume, an un
tloUblctlly strong demand for purity
End safety, particularly In tho ca&o of
Remedies for olillditen. In this In
stance the Tell known firm of E. C.
ALL THIS WEEK
Commencing Monday Matinco
FRANCIS SWARTZ & CO.
In Her Sensational layette,
THE EARLE SISTERS
Character Changing, Wooden
shoo Danc:ng and Singing.
Club Juggling and Hoop
' 23. P. ROWE
Tenor, Illustrated Song.
MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA
Powers' Oamoragraph Mov
Ladies' Special Matinco
Tuesday and Thursday.
Children's Matinco Saturday
Two Shows Niflhtly, 7:30-9:00
TICKETS lOe AND 20c.
Scats Rcsorvcd by Calling
Citizens' Phono 380.
Good juicy steaks aro a
great delight to tho cook
who takes the trouble to have
tho best sho can obtain. Got
them at either of our mark
ets and you will bo pleased.
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North Main E. Center
V. 1.' ;i...n Din.inn Jn
at rates which aro bound to p
g M arionCliattelLoanCo,
Abovo Hyuti and liuiko
Citizens Phono 080
..In April and May always moan
great bargains in Juno and wo arc
not excluded from inaugurating a
Bargain season during tho coming
I i Como and sco us at 531 West
Center Street near Marion Manu
in V J
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130 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Still Selling Wall Paper
jU'Pijtfplu roa'izo that any ooaaon of tho yoar'thoy can buy latos't
patterns of wall pap or here' at prices that -aro right and satisfac
tory. Many now and beautiful designs to solcct from.
TSCHANEN BROS,, Druggists
Wo Will Treat You RIGflfT
High Spitto Hceh Medium Heels
$1,25 to $3.00 :.
BEATTY & LONG
Quick Sales and Small Profit Shoomcn
DoWill & Co. has taken tho public In
their confidence lv nrlntlnir on each
pack-ago of Cuiscamvect tho truo namo
or cvory sltiglo ingredient or tho pro
liArntlon. This will undoubtedly
strongly commohd Itsolf to physicians
and mothers mike. Mothers can lie
'thoroughly satisfied In gluing this
fctefril. nle-aaaift remedy to tlmln
children in knowing that every In
gredient and Jlcmcnt Is printed on
tlin nsckncu fop thnlr Inrnrmntlnn
This cnalble thorn to know exactly
what tlicy aro giving their little ones
when they ndmlnslcr Cascasweet.
The old time method of relieving
children's complaint by stupefying or
Kieaaomng (inpir insensibility with
drura to nroduco nrtlflel.il oinnn iu
superceded by this harmless remedy,
mm me nuvanceu position taken by
this well known firm, In "making
known tho Ingredients of such a val
uable remedy, will nniiniiiitb.iiv i.i
a numborof followers wli.liln n oi,nrt
The createst rare alinnlil lm ..,.
clsed In the selccfon of remedy for
tho complaints nccullar to r.hliiiron.
The day is past and gone when a
inhfhnr urtm Minimi' ir, .,i...i.i j.
her child tho old time sooi.liltur inM
Mi mtiiVclnes cntalnlng pov,1cr,rit
ciai :ep, sucn as morphlno and op
ond harmful drugs to produce artlfl-
luni, nnd It Is with satisfaction thnf
w note tho advanced position taken
by K. C. DeWItt & Co. In not omitting
from the composition f tho medicine
Itself any opinio or narcotic, but In
placing In plain Enclish nn each nml
every bottlo the name of cache of its
ingredients. Cascasweet is n verretn-
blc corrective of superior merit Is its
formula shows It to be. it
HE MADE A MISTAKE.
New Jersey Private Mistook Violin
Resin for Shaving Soap.
"A soldier named Ed Morton," said
a veteran from Now Jersey, "was one
of tho quickest men with tho fiddle
I over listened to, and ho carried 11
with him to beguile camp life A
follow named Charles Fostor was hit
tent mate, who, having discovered n
slight down on his chin, endeavored
to coax It forward by frequent ap
plication of his razor.
"One day Charllo was boasting ol
a cakn of shaving soap ho had found
and said that ho had used It twice
and had found It Just flno. Ho offer
ad to lend It to Morton. When the
' no.ip was prouueeu Morton ox
claimed: 'Why. If thoro ain't my roslr
that I have been looking for mor
than a week,'
"Thoro was soap enough in the
brush to make lather and Churll
thought hu wan using Boap when hi
had tho flddlo modlclnp."
Sealed bids will bo received by the
Hoard of Public Service of tho City
of Marion, State of Ohio, at tho of
fleo of said Board until 12 o'clock
(noon) Tuesday, Juno 11, 1907, for
furnishing th necessary lubor and
umtorlnl for sidewalks.
Ou Mound street, cast sldo, from
Columbia to Huokeyo streuts.
On John street, east side, fioin
Wllbon avenue to right of way of C. C.
C. & St. h. Uy.
Cummins Avenue, cast sldo fiotu
Church street to Mt. Vernon Avc
nuo. On Wilson Avouuc, south sldo from
Ulx Avenue to Oarhart street.
On Wilson Avenue, south side, from
Ciphart street to Lincoln Avenue.
On Cleveland Avontio, west sido,
from Superior Hrcet to south lino of
lot Nn. i, according to plans and
specifications on fllo In bald offico
nids for labor and material must
bo separate and bidders aro required
lo state explicitly tho kind of ttont
to bo used, nnd to furnish samples of
Each bid -1111181 contair tho full
panic of every person or company In-
itorestcd In tho same, and bo nccom-
Inmilivl liv n fnrtlflfiiln tf flnnnnlt nf V
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one hundred dollurs with tho City
Treasurer, as a guarantee that If said
bid Is accepted, a contract will be
entered iuto 'mil 1U performance
Should any bid bo rojeoted, such
chovk will bo forthwith loturned to
tho bidder, mid should any bid bo
aci-ojitcd, such'clicrk will be returned
upon ffio proper', execution and secur
ing of tho contract, Ulddors aro ro
qulrod to use tho printed forms which
will ho furnished on application .
Tho right la reserved to roject any
and all b(ds,
Uy order of tho Board of Public
- WILLI AM PIES, Clerk.
Star and Mirror, 5-23-30-07
Tlic telegraph instruments spelled
out the nation's cry for help. Unto
every city, village and hamlet went the
rallying call lo Columbia's son.
A nation's emblem-Old 'Glory-had
been ircd upon. Flying from the mast
head it had been met in a sou-.hern port
by the ominous boom of defiant cannon.
War, grim visaged war, had come.
A conflict that was to leavo its record of
heroic deeds, of unexampled valor, upon
A 'conflict that was to pit brother
against brother, friend against friend, each
battling for the right as he saw the right.
From the farm and factory, the store
and office, the pulpit and schoolroom
came the answer. It echoed from ocean
to ocean, from east to west and north:
"We're coming, Father Abraham,
Five hundred thousand slrongl"
The roll of the drum, the shrill notes
of the bugle, marked the mustering camps,
and into them gathered the flower of the
From out these mustering camps there
marched an army clad in blue, each hero
eager to perform that duty," no matter
what it be, assigned to him.
"Southward, ever southward," was the
battle cry. "Southward to meet the foe
man, an army clad in stray."
For four long years the din of battle resounded through the land. For four long
years there was an incessant boom of cannon, a rattle of musketry, the clash of steel
upon steel. For four long years (he army in gray proved a valiant foeman for the
army in blue. Sons of the north and of the south fell upon hundreds of stubbornly
contested battlegrounds, and found a last long resting place side by side in nameless
graves. The prayers that ascended unto heaven from those batllcficlds were for
both blue and gray; one bugle's strains sounded the final "taps" for the valiant sons
of both the north and south.
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Near half a century has passed away since the disbanding of those two mighty
armies ; since the victorious blue and the defeated gray parted with n handshake at
Appomattox. The heartaches and pain of four yean of strife swallowed up in the
glories of peace and a reunited nation. Back to the plow and the factory, back
to the store and office, back to the pulpit and school room, back to the duties of
peace, to the work of repairing the devastations of war, went Columbia's sons,
north and south.
In the immortal words of him who called that army in blue into being ; who
directed it during its hard fought campaigns ; who bid the men that comprised it a
God speed back to their homes when its work was done : " But in a larger sense
wc cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground. The
bravo men, living or dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it 'far above
our power -to add or detract. The world will little note, nor long remember,
what wc say hefcbut it can never forget what they did here"
'' ''" " ' v " . Wright -A. Patterson.
DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY,
As We gather today with spring flow
ers to do revrrance to the heroes who
have gone we must look back that half
a century to review those scenes of
The cannon that then dealt death and
destruction are today moss covered and
buried beneath the debris of the battle
fields of old.
Time has healed the ravages of war,
and covered with a softening hand the
evidences of that four years of warfare.
But we havp the remaining gray-haired
Veterans, and the graves of those passed
away, to remind us of the valor of
The generation of today has not for
gotten, and (he generations yet unborn
will not forget, the care due these final
resting places of a nation's dead.
We scatter flowers upon them in token
of our appreciation of their services to
their country of yesterday, our country
Whatever their place in life, whatever
their station, whatever their fortune, they
are deserving of equal honor at our
And unto them a grateful nation has
dedicated this day; a day on which we,
with freshest flowers, pay tribute to the
memory of the nation's heroes.
MAY 30, 1907.
From Disguised Man Ar
rested at Boise.
Was Invited to Fight a Duel by Man
Carrying a Small Arsenal and
Posing as a Farmer.
HoIhp, Idaho, May 30. Thpio woro
Wuggpstlvo developments Wednesday
In connection with tho arrest of Carl
II Duncan, tho young man disguised,
on the strcots. Tho city authorities
received an unsigned letter saying
that ho wns a worthy young man and
that unless ho was turned looo at
once, vlolenco would be done to tho
mayor or chief of police.
II. S. Parks, the young socialist
writer whoso namo was connected
with that of Duncan by letters found
)on tho latter, called on the pollco nnd
asiteu to no protected from Duncan,
saying that ho was In fear of harm
Duncan said that ho and Parks wero
deadly enemies and that ho had chal
lenged Parks to a duel for things ho
had written and said about him. Tho
pollco neither accept nor deny this
story of enmity and aro going to mako
a further Investigation of It. Duncan
wns subjocted to a long examination
by Prosecuting Attorney Koelsch nnd
tho police, and according to thorn he
Bald ho was a graduato of tho Univers
ity of Michigan. Ho said his mother
lived at Ann Arbor.
Duncnn said that ho had bought tho
falso whiskers, nose piece, and faro
paint in Portland nnd that ho used tho
whiskers so that ho might appear horo
as a farmer.
Ho said ho bought the automatic
pistol becauso he wanted something
strange. Skeleton keys, ho said, were
Just ordinary keys. Tho dirk and
knuckles ho claimed to have bought
from friends with tho Intention of sell
Lawyers Fought In Court.
Wheollng. W. Vn., Mas 30 I'rohe
cutlng Attorney Schuck and CIt So
licitor Hoyce fought In tho criminal
court room Wednesday at the trial of
.lames Hlgglns, who was arrested fur
currying eoncenlcd weapons SrhucK
whh zenlous in tho prosecution mid
Hoyco appeared for Hlgglns AHer nn
exchange of personalities, Schuck
struck Uoyco In tho faco They
clinched and wrestjed, upsetting fiirnl
turo until llioy woro finally separated.
Judge .Ionian threatened to throw
both attorneys In Jail. They weie lined
$fi0 each and the trial proceeded, Hlg
glns being acquitted.
Feudists Play Marbles.
Sanilv Hookr Ky., May .'10 -Now
that tho first excitement of the ap
proaching trial of ox-,Iudgo .liuues
llnrgls for conspiracy to minder Dr.
Cox has passed, the town hnB assum
ed its normal condition and the day is
taken up with games of marbles. .Men,
women and children dotted tho public
square Wednesday, engaged In tho
game. U Is an ordinary thing to see
a girl of Hi playing marbles with a
man of (i0. .lames Hnrgln Hpniuln
much of his timn playing marbles with
a number of boys.
Will Increase the Running Time.
Chicago, May 30. -Commencing
.1 lino 0, the running tlmo of p.issougei
tralns on tho Chicago, Burlington &
Qulney railroad botwoon Denver and
Chicago, Omaha and Chicago and Kan
sas City and Denver will be materially
Increased. Changes In the miming
time of passenger trains are expected
from other western toads. The act Ion
of tho legislatures of Iowa, Nobiaska
and Illinois In passing two cent faro
hills Is said to be back of tho move
ment for Increased running time.
Meadvllle, Pa., May 30. Swimming
to the rescue of his drowning brother,
Frank Stebbins, !) years old, was but
threo feet away when Charles, aged
11, sank and wns di owned In French
Qieek Wednesday. John Itohchlo, who
was fishing nearby, saw tho uccldont
and tying a stick to tho end of his lino
easi it GO foot to Frank and pulled him
Is Charged with a Big Steal,
Indianapolis, May 30. Tho police
are searching for Frederick 7 Hoon,
who Is charged with tho laicenj from
a safoty doposlt box In Fletcher's na
tiouul bank of $60,000 worth of Blocks
und bonds belonging to his sister, Mrs.
Christina Nold, A warrant was issued
for lloon's arrest on tho chargo of
Rockefeller Appeals to Supreme Court,
St. Louis, May 30. Frank Rockefel
ler, brothor of John D. Rockofollor,
has filed in tho circuit court an appeal
to tho stnto supremo court In his suit
against Henry Grlss, a mining pio
motor, to locovnr $250,000 which ho
sayB ho paid for tho Gohblor load mluo
In southwest Missouri.
Pi"DLLM OffcrfEjO I It's screen door and window
i ounces uuuno
S MADE TO ANY MEASURE
Thc WoIIenweber Lumber Co.
j By Buying Yoyr Soap of Us m
J- Wo have said a great deal this week about the many W
'.!.' virtues of REXALL SOAP But thoro is ono thing wo havo f
11) said very llttlo about. That is tho remarkably ldvf price (
(to for such a good grade of soap. In fact you arc getting a n
;J; 2Cc cako of soap for 10c. Why? Becauso wo buy tho soap
'J? DIRECT TROM THE FACTORY in Boston and savo tho mid- W
'.?.' dlcmen's profits. Other i.oaps that you buy havo several l1)
lf expenses added to the cc-it of manufacture which you havo to ft
ft .pay. Tor instance, thoro is tho traveling man who intro- f
;. duces tho soap, the jobber who buys it from tho manufactur- ,L
J cr and soils it to tho retailer, who n turn sells it to you. W
(r? Wo buy our soap direct from the manufacturer and soil W
f( it to you with only ono profit added to tho cost of manu- fl
m facturc, whore as in buying for others, you havo to pay for U
;l; several profits. That Is why wo sell REXALL SOAP at ;U
'J? 10c a fcako or 3 cakes for 2Gc at tho (t?
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IJTHE REXALL STORE
: Phone 15. iMcsscnger Service FREE. -f!
Old Document Sold for $7,000.
London, May 30. An Interesting
document dating back to 1G92 wns sold
at auction here Wednesday. It con
sisted of 25 written linos ordering j
j Capt. Campbell, of Glenlyon, to fall ,
upon the robol Mncdonalds, of Glen-1
! coe, with 120 men and put nil under "0
i to the sword an order which was
executed to the letter. The bidding
began at $230 and rapidly rose to
A Cruiser lo Launched I
Qulney, Mass . May 30. -Tho 'scout I
cruiser Hlrnilnglmm, one of the latest '
types of fait warships for the I'nlted (
States nnw, was launched hero Wei1 j
M j,. Dyspepsia
Gives rest lo tho stomach. For indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervou3
stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A prompt rolicf.
rrtpared ftt tbe Lab
ertloiTOf E O.DWltt
&Co..0blcftRo.tT n A.
nitjottts What You Cat
Mafias tho DrnaSh Sweet
As a Rouo
Sold by E G- Coo and Tschanon
Priest Sues for $2b,000.
Cleveland. May .'10. Father Frnnci
L. Kerzo, pastor of 'St. Lawience
church In Nowhurg, has Rued for $2.1.
000 fivo men who, ho says, ennsplied
to start criminal proceedings againxt
him In Justice 'William Hiowns eouii
Father Kerze In his petition sjvh the
men Induced Mary Peteiin in h.nn
him arrested. Tho girl accused Father
Kerzo of shooting at her from Falher
II rl bar's home.
Strike Followed a Fight.
Steubonvlllo, O., May 30 n a re
sult of a fight botween William Mauls,
negro, and Pit Boss James Qiay, 2.10
minors in tho Wlmollng & Lake Krle
coal mines at Connervllle struck Weil
nosd.iy. Supoilntondent Campbei
and the mltiuis bad an argument and
Cray beat Mnnls Out) nnd l'nnipli"ll
woie ariested and lltied $10 and ro..M
Re-elected Its Officers.
Columbus, O.. May 30 The Ohio
Stato Wholesale and Retail Coal De.il
ers' association closed Its annual con
vontlon WodnosJay by re-electing
these officers: Prosldent, William F
Voegle, Mansfiold; vlco president,
Percy J. Hrlggs, Columbus; treasurer,
W. A. Gibson, Upper Sandusky.
Demands of Machinists are Refused.
Clovoland, Mny 30. Demands of ma
chlnlsts' committees In tho 2.10 plants '
In Clovoland for a nlno-hotir day were
generally refused Wednosday when
tho employes waited on the emplowr
This, It Is said, will pause a genei.il
strlko of tho machinists Monday
Woman was Fatally Burned.
Youngstown, O.. May 30 Mrs
Mary Color was fatally burned whlh
Rttomptlng to light a natural gns stovt-
Tho truo gentleman wants not only what tho world docs not sco
to bo as well laundered as what tho woild docs soo. You ohxmtd
flond all your things-such as underwear, hosiery, linon 'korchlofa to
Anthony's Laundry for tho samo reason that you should prof or Ail- '
thony's Pcrfoct Finish for your linons.
It's screen door and window timo and tho most aatiBfactory
way is to have ecroons ma do to ordor for all tho windows
and doors. Our frames aro hoavlor, fit porfoctly and will last
twico an long aa tho ready-made kind. Wo taka the mcasuro
ments, hang them, at a vry liltlo coat, assuring lauting satis
faction. CML' HIONE 8.
$ w l m
Uiu.lt Ebcn Observes.
"It's funny," said Uncle nbon, "but
you can't get a man to act near us
grateful fob honest, sensible advice
as be will fob a bundle of no-count In
formation 'bout do bosses." Wash
This settl down nn folding our
aims and waiting for surhthlng tow
turn up 17. ust about az rich a speku
la?hun nz going out Into a 400-ncro
lot, sotting down on n sharp stono
with i pall between our knees ind
vait'ns foi a row trw baclc up and
be milked. -,losh BI'Mngs.
our ttomch, belch
Ipg of gtt tie
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