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1 Until 5:30 O'clock
Still a complete selection of all
those splendid bargains that have
attracted hundreds of women each
BIG VICTOR SOAP.
FOR SALE BY
F. J. LUSCH
N.E. Cor. Stats & Cntr 8U.-
Only a few wcoks away.
Do you havo your prcsorit
selected? Our stock of jow
elry is most admirably fitted
to a selection of gifts and
after all thcro's nothing liko
Jewelry for a beautiful ro
membranco. 6. W. Bowers
S. MAIN ST.
Fine Old Fashioned
Wo always havo a supply
of that Old fashioned hoof on
hands and thon wo can slico
lb just to suit you on our
slicor. Fooplo como from far
and near to buy beef from
us. You would too, if you
know how good it is. Por lb
30 cents bllccd as you liko it.
Phones 3D. 209 E. Center St.
Agency lor Woods Boston Coffees
Chase & Sanborn
make the best drinking
cofTcc in Marion.
15,18,20,25,30, 34,and 40
cents per pound.
For sale only by
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Thei "Koko'o" an Imported pocket Crush Hat.
Can be worn in four different ways.
We're showing them in six distinct colors.
Results in the Wcldihg of
Two Hearts and Live3.
PRETTY HOME WEDDING
Solemnized at the Mrs. John
Miss Mario Turner One of Marlon's
Fairest Young Ladles Weds Rev.
Frank E. Bcatty.
The wedding of Miss Mario Turner,
of Marlon, and Ilov. Frank B.
Bcatty, of Greenfield, was solemnized
at 7:30 o'clock, Wednesday oven-
ing at ho huno of tho brhlo's mother,
Mrs. .loun Turner, at No. G81 East
Church streot. The ceromonv was
performed by Itov. Gcorgo M. Henrico
pastor of tho First Presbyterian
church, who was assisted by Itov,
Welling E. Thomas, of Loulsburg,
Pennsylvania, fonnorly pastor hero,
and Itov. Paul Hickok, of Delaware.
Who ceremony took nlaco 111 tho
prosonco of about 70 friends and rel
atives of tho young neonlo. In tho
bridal party wcro Miss Dcssio Wad
doll, maid of honor, Miss Inez Piorco,
of Michigan City, Indiana and Miss
Edith Bccce, of Glrnrd, Pennsylvania,
briosmalds and Frank Cowles, of
Dos Moines. Iowa, bcht man. The
ibritlo was given to tho groom by hor
brother, J. C. Turner.
(During tho wedding coromony,
Schubert's Sercnado was beautifully
nenedorcd by Miss Neilio Manr-iNi.
of Kansas City, Missouri, a studont
at tho Ohio Wcsloyan University. Pre
vious to tho coromony, sho played
"Rubinstein's Melody In F," nnd
while tho bridal narty entered. nho
rendored Lbhongrln's wedding march.
ATIio brido's dress was a protty cro-
ation of not. trimmed with vni turn
over whlto Bilk. Sho carried bride's
roses and woro a veil pinned with
lily of tho valioy.
Tho maid of honor. MIsr w.i.
doll, woro whlto mull over yellow sat
in ami carried maldon'n imlr fortm nn,i
whlto sWoct peas.
IMIbs Piorco and MIsh nn t,
bridesmaids, woro Paris muslin trim-
men in val laco nnd nnrrlnn Tnm n.l
(Miss Maggard, who presidod at tho
piano, woro Whltn hu,iu -i 1
Followlnir thn rorm,,,,. .,...
four-courso supper was , a
company of twenty-two was seated at
,r t , ' FoIIwing tho sup-
per Itov and Mrs. ncatty loft at
10:35 o clock for Upnor SandiiRicv.
where tiioy remained over niglit, and
this morning etarlo.i on ,.
tins South to visit Chattnnooga,
Memphis and other points of Inter
T.'ho weddlnir of Ilov. nnd Mrs.
Beatty camo after a rnthor Interesting
Thov hflramrt nran.ilnfjpjl
whllo students at Woostor university
several years ago. The brldo, after
leaving college, became a teacher In
tho Marlon schools, and rotalnod hor
position until a short time ngo. She
is a moat cstlmablo young lady who
enjoys a wldo ncnualnlanco In tho
.city. Tho groom only recently grad
uated from Princeton, and Is now
prepared to enter tho Presbyterian
ministry. He Is a young man of
ialcnt and his frjonds predict a brll-
llrttlf fttlrk iH'IkT mlnlnl... FA. film
r The burner homo was prottliy dec-
oracu ror 1110 weiuing. Tho cere
mony took nlnco In tho west parlor,
beneath a lwiwor niado of dogwood
blossoms, mutiny niul forrm. nnd
trimmed with tho colors of the Kapa
Knpa Qamma fraternity, of which tno
brldo was a member whllo In Woostor
university, nnil nt iha Alnlin. Tail
Omega fraternity, to whfch the groom
nciongcd. rne dining room was
nrclillv ilornr.ated with Rinllnx. ferns
and whl to sweet peas, tho smllax be-
In? formed Into ropes, prettily draped.
Tho guosts from a dlstanco wcro
Mr nnd Mrs. J. N. Iloatty. parents
of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra
ncatty, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Lough, of arccnnold. Mrs. O. W.
Deaton, or Grand Rapids, Michigan,
aunt of tho bride, Mrs. Ezra Jenkins
and MIbb Florcnco Jenkins, of
Chrlaiansburg, Ohio, Miss Dcsda
Miller, of Napoleon. Ohio. Miss Mar.
caret Frame, of 7ancsvllIo, Miss Ger
trude Lflughlln, of Woostcr, W. H.
Stontzt of Mansfield, Thomas W. Gra-
nam, or Toronto, Canadn, W. Z.
Harrison of Des Aroint tmv n,i
C. M. Strleklor. of Lnnnnalni-
(Mm. John Turner was assisted In
receiving by Mrs. J. Ar. rtniMv .,,i
Airs. J. C. Turner. M.iafnr rt,..i,w.
Nelson acted as page.
Wo offer Ono Hundred
Reward for any caso of
that cannot bo cured by
1 J. CHENEY & CO,,
Wq, the undersigned, havo known
F. J. Chcnoy for tho last 15
years, and 'bclicvo him perfectly
honorablo in mil business trail
sactions and financ'tilly nblo to car
ry out any obligations mado bv
,,Wndi"S Kinnnn & Marvin,
Wholcsnlo Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Ctuo is taken in
fernally, noting diTcelly upon the
blood ami mucous surfaces of tho
system. Testimonials sent frco.
Pnco 75o per bottlo. Sold by all
Tako Hall's Family PilU r0r
George F. Bowers' Caso was
Floyd WJIsoa Complains to the
Court of the Unfaithfulness
of His Better Half.
Bccnuso George V. Bowors claims
that liia wife debited lam during
thou- .honeymoon, ho wn granted a
divorce in tbo court of common
pleas WedncMlny nftcrnoou. Tiic
caso wont uncoiitetted, Mrs.
Bowcw faiing u appear. .Bowora
lolaled that ho and hi -wifo Woro
man led lime August 0, 1000, and
that August 'J3 his Avifo loft j,im
without cause. Ho wont to work
111 Uio morning, lie hays, and when
10 camo ltifik at Inight lib wifo
had Jolt. Ilol'oio leaving bho wroto
a nolo saying tlmt slio Jind gone
tor good mid would do or hor-
1'loyd Wilson filed a uit for
divorce against Etiie Wilson in
tho court f common pleas, Wod
nfedny nftornoon. Wilson, through
Ins- nUornoys, Crissingor and Guth1
ory, ciiarges Jus wito with desertion
and gmsH neglect.
WuVNTBD-OIrl for general hnB,.
work. No washing. Mrs. Harry
(W. Habornian, W South .Main St.
Cltlzons Phono l'I53 . C-30-3t
See Bentz & Court for nmt nm
BJcyclo, 22G East Center streot.
DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY) MAY 30, 1007.
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Frank Sisson Becomes At
tached to a Bike.
TWO RUNAWAY YOUTHS
Have a Desire to Become
Real Cow Punchers.
Clarence St. Gcrmalnc and Patrick
Fergus Leave Home nnd the
Police are on Their Trail.
Chief of Pollco Cornwoll wont to
Dolawaro this mornlng'aflcr Frank
Sisson, who -was arrested last night
on a warrant, sworn out by Walter
Mansflold, charging htm With tho
theft of a bicycle. Mansflold lives
near Owens Station, and rides his
whcol thoro overy morning, and then
takes an Intcrurban car to this city.
Yesterday ho left the wheel at a near
by house, whoro Sisson spied It lato
In tho afternoon. Boforo anyono could
stop him, Sisson had mounted tho bi-
cycio.nnd started out into tho coun
try at full spcd. The Dclawaro po
llco wcro notinod by local authorities
and Slsbon was arrested as ho rodo
into tho classical city. Ho will bo
given a hearing In tho mayor's court
Tho police are making every effort
to locato Clarence St. Germain and
Patrick Fergus, two thirteen vcar old
lads, who left homo on Sunday with
tno intention of going West to bo-
epmo cow boys and roam tho nlalnn.
Tho rolatlvfs of tho boys aro very
tnucn concerned for their welfare and
will raako r determined effort to lo
cato them boforo they get too far
away irom bomo.
Two horses belonging to Charles
Foster, a colored man. were nicked
up by tho pollco last night and
placed In tho city pound. Tho an
imals wcro wnnderlnc aloiit thn
neighborhood, tramping over lawns
and gardens and, doing conslcrablo
iiamago. Tho owner was called into
tno mayor's court this morning nnd
warnod that hn must fonl lila Imrono
instodd of lettlngVlthom feed in Qtbcr
pcoplo's gardens' or moro sevcro meas
tires will bo resorted to by the au
thorities. Cheap Excursion. '
Via Erlo It. It. to points In tha
West and Southwest. On thn nrat
and' third Tuesday of each month,
wo will havo on sale, both nn wnv
and iiund trip tickets nt exceeding
ly low rates, urn on Mr. u. 13.
Ncborgall. Erio agent, for particu
lars, or write
O. L. ENOS,
Traveling Passengor Agont.
De Raylan wao a Woman.
Phoonlx, AJz, May 30. Proceed
ings brought In Chicago for certain
rights in tho estate of Nlcholal De
Raylan, whoso sex had boen in doubt.
aro to bo abandoned, Tho "widow" of
Do Itoylan sough to procure her in
terest In the property of the deceased,
but tho public administrator of Chi
cago refused to sottlo tho estate. Ho
held that as De Raylan was a woman
tho "widow" could not havo a legal
share In tho estato. Investigation
proved that the body Interred here Is
that of a female and tho Russian con
sul at 'Chicago Idontllled it as that of
his former secretary.
Alleged Embezzler of $15,000 Skips.
Chicago, May 30. Hlram H. Leon
ard, former cashier of the Evans-Sny-der-Buel
Co., commission merchonts at
the stock yards, is said to be an em
bezzler of $15,000. Leonard has left
tho city and Wednesday, following an
Indictment by tho grand jury on a
spociflo charge of ombezzloinont of
?8,023, dotectlvos started east to find
him. Boforo Leonard" loft Chicago he
Is said to havo admitted his shortage
and told tho Arm that ho lost the
money in mining investments, Leon
ard was prominent in church work.
Is Heir to Half a Million.
Plain City, O., May 30. George
Ward, of Resaca, who a few weeks ago
was horsewhipped by womon because
of allogod cruolty to his wife, has just
received a lottor from J. H. Traco, of
Portsmouth, England, acquainting htm
with the fact that ho is tho missing
holr to property worth half a million
dollars. Ward was given consldorab o
notorloty nnd tho accounts of his ad
ventures wero copied far and wldo, In
cluding English papers,
Ralato'n'T Trial ""Begins.
Pittsburg, May 30. Tho cas
against Thomas W. Harvoy, former
toller of tho Enterprise nntlonnl bank,
chrtrgod with false ontrios and mlsap
proprlatlon of funds, was given to the
Jury Wednesday and when court
closed for the day a verdict had not
boon returned. Upon tho retirement
of the Jury In tho Harvey caso the
tilal of Georgo L. Ralston, former In
dividual bookkeeper of tho bank, was
begun. Ralston Is charged with mak
ing fatso entries In tho books amount
i ' "" 11 1 1 jumjjjiiss'y
Is Made Compulsory by
a Peace Treaty.
Salvador and Nicaragua Agree to
Submit Disputes to Presidents of
Mexico and United States.
Washington, May 30. Tho state de
partment on Wodncsdny received a
translation of tho treaty of peaco
negotiated at Amapala, Honduras, un
der which friendly relations were re
established between Nlcarag-ia and
Salvador, following tliolr estrange
ment over tho conflict between tho
former and Honduras, when Salvador
allied herself with tho Honduran re
public. Tho treaty soems to bo moro far
reaching than had been supposed It
commits tho republics to obligatory
arbitration should troublo arise In tho
future, and In providing for a peaco
congress to bo held at Corlnto, Nlcara
gua, the five sister republics in Cen
tral Amorica are invited to form a
peace pact "governing commerce,
navigation and any other questions
that mny be Judged profltablo to Cen
tral American interests."
It is bcllovcd here that tho treaty
would not have been negotiated except
for the mediation of Philip Brown,
Amorlcan charge at tho legations of
Quatomala and Honduras. His good
o in cor woro appreciated so highly by
the delegates of Salvador nnd Nicara
gua that thoy insisted upon Mr. Brown
witnessing the signature;,. In tho In
strument Itself n fulRome compliment
Is paid to Mr. Brown.
Tho treaty stipulates that any dif
ference that may arise In the future
botween Salvador and Nicaragua that
might alter their good relations shall
bo adjusted by means of tho obligatory
arbitration of tho presidents of tho
United States nnd of Mexico conjointly,
who shall havo the power In caso of
not arriving at an agreement, to namo
a third person whoso decision shall be
Must Serve His Sentence.
Columbus, O., .Mny 30. Robert
Young, Who was sentenced to sorvo
six months In tho workhouse for using
a counterfeit label of a whisky com
pany, began serving his sentenco
Wednesday. The conviction In pollco
court under a stato law was fought
through all the courts to the sitproino
court nnd sustained.
Must Walt on Ouster Suit.
Columbus, O., Mny 30. Attornoy
General Ellis In a letter to tho stato
board of public works advises tho
board that It will not be expedient to
proceed with the work of Improving
tho canal until tho ouster suit against
tho Miami & Erlo Canal Transports
Hon Co., known ns tho electric mule,
Is passed upon by tho supreme court.
Accepts $15,000 and Waives All Claims
EI Paso, Tex , May 30. Flora Wolf,
commonly called "Lady Flo," a ne
grcss who sot up a claim against tho
estate of Lord Dolaval Beresford J3
his common law wife, has accepted
$10,000 dovlsed to hor by tho will of
Lord Boresford and an additional $.",
000 and waived all claims to the es
tate Sho certified that sho was never
the wife of Lord Boresford.
will bo open
6 BIG DAYS
SMART (J, Y TADDELUS !
hoes CSL Wear I
12 BIG SHOWS. 10 MONSTER
Buckskin Ben's W114.Wcgl; Shows Down the Nile -
Brbwn's Vmictevfflc Dog and Pony Show n"
Roman jAxcnsi TTt: : .... ..
r; ; ; tt: 7-: rnr : Raines in the Well
(jardncrs iMectne lheatrc
Okolona, Serpent Queen Ferris Wheel
Merry-go-roiiiid . Penny Arcade
The Ham Tree Flying Eugene Falk
Dare-Dcvil Myers Handsomely Uniformed Brass Band.
ATTRACTIONS FURNISHED BY THE WILL S. HECK GREAT SHOWS
ARRONHOLT LOT, N. PROSPECT ST.
Wall Paper Sale
i 1 Until
T jjHLlg- & JPHILLIPS
May Merchandise Matinees
Still a complete selection of all
those splendid bargains that have
attracted hundreds of women each
JVs Marion Fornine!"
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"Owosso" screen doors
are enough better and
cheaper than the ordinary
kind that it will do your
eyes good to look them
over. Eight styles.
95c $1.15 $1.25 $1.50
Moo. June 3d
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