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That Hungry Feeling.
V' Pt WX feelings Into this prture."
said tho poor but proud uitlst.
'"Chat probably nccounts for It." snld
"Accounts for vihnti" tjuerled tli
"Tho fact Hint tho sky In Hit' back
ground looks IIU- a sn'iiinttled egg,"
rejoined tlio orltle. Detroit Tribune.
Not a Difficult Matter.
Tlio Doctor What your wife needs lu
tnoro physical exercise.
Hoiuctv-But, doctor, I on n't Induce
bcr to go outside the house.
Tho Doctor-Oli. yoi, you can. Mar):
nil tlio bargain advertisements In the
tfoper nud give her 50. Pittsburg
Select Your Tackle
llaberman Hardware Co
107 S. Main St.
On FurnUuro, Plnno3, etc.,
at Tatea which arc- bound to
Above Rynn and Burko
Oitizons Fhone 080
B - lsU
braided I'Uh Lines.
Peoplo roallzo that any noason of tho year thoy can buy latest
pattonvs of wall paper horo at prices that aro right and sat'afac
tory. Many now and beautiful designs to select from.
TSCHANEN BROS., Druggists
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Iji ll i iinig uiimti
There were Bavcn fires during tho
month Of May, to which tho Central
nnd West End department Wore
calMd. The tolnl Iosms will iot
amount to mote than 2G.
Funewil services over tlio rcninJn
of Mrs. John H.vnra wore held nt
eight o'clock this morning nt St.
Mary's rliurcli, ttav. Joseph Deu
itinj? of,fJcintitij?. Interment ocenr
icd at St. Mnry'j Cemetery.
The funeral crvico of Oneida
Cioi't was hold this afternoon at
two o'clock at the lesidcnco op
Silver street. Hov. Mr. Slollhoru
nffirint'tig. The remaiim wero bur
ied in Mm-urn Cemetery.
Tlio funeral of Mrs. .Tames Nob
let, who died nt her homo onst of
C'nlcdnnm. Friday, will he conducted
from tho Caledonia M. R. church
ul 12 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Burial will be nutria in tlio Cnlo
The annual Decoration riny ser
vices .held at .Snleni Hvnngelical
church in Jlnrlrinn township, Fri
rin afternoon, wero well attended
and an excellent ddres was given
liy Congressman Oiimt E. Mbuacr.
Tlay Di C. T. Wianl of South
S4 a to Htrcet observed the beginning
of him second (punter century .as a
citizen of Marion. Twenty-five
ycflrs ago today ho came here .from
Urbnnn. ( grow up with tlio host
city in Contia) 01i'.
R. 13. Bush, of Rast Center street,
left today to attend tho funeral of his
brother, Dr. A. A. flush, which will
bo held at HriiMthon, Pennsylvania,
.Monday. Theie are two other near
relatives of tho doctased living In
Marlon, a biother, W. T Bush, of
Frnneonla avenue, and u sister, Mrs.
V. B. PnrrnU, of Lincoln avonuo.
They expect to attend the funeral.
1211 Bush, father of the deceased, was
visiting hero when tho news of Jils
son's death was received.
FYillow tho crowd to tho K. P.
.Mlnsticls at the Crnnd, .lunc 5. It
1 1 Personals
Congressmnn Moirscr was in Uj
per Sandusky on business today.
Charles E. Rankin Is celebrating
his Blxf'eth birthday anniversary to
day. Mr. nud Mrs. Win. I.eeper of
Oak sheet ilof t tony for Clovcland
for n vfcit with their daughter,
Mrs. It. Ji. l.nhmnn.
Mr. Invell Ulsh leturned today
from Foitmia, Ohio whole lie l
been spending a few rinys look
ing after buwness,
Mr. nnri Mi. Frwl MetcalL' of,
Clovclnnri nro guests at the iIioiup
of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. 11. Hritton on
south Prospect sticet.
Mr. J. .T. Flowers who Is employed
as watchmaker with O. W. Bowers
th'u morning received a telegram
announcing tho death of his mother
at ttancsvllle, O. ,
Tlio Misses Selma and Meta
Marx, Mists Hosnl'to Strolit. left
this morning for Columbus where
they will bo tho guests of, friend
for a. few rinys.
Carlton Soutlum nnri sLster,
Miss Kthel Southard, of Athei)1?,
Penn., are guests at tlio liomo of
Dr. and Mrs. II. W Sngor. Miss
itoithanl lias jut graduated from
l school of oratory t Chicago nd
vth she nnd her brother are on
their way home for their summer
The K. P. Minstrels will be a Hum
mer. See? It
Brick House Most Lasting.
A stouo house Is not so durable as
mo of bilck. A brick house, well con
itructed, will outlast one built o
rrho K. P Minstrels will bo n Hum
mer. Seo? It
One Solid Week
Monday Matinee, June M
TO THE DYSPEPTIC.
My fraud, you would Ilka I should tft)
w'nt I theenk,
Ton wesh mo ndvlslu' you too?
Wat, Jeti, vet ten juita da food an' da
Dntu all ilafg da matter weeth yout
O 'Morlcon mnn, you are moka meestak'
For eatn bo mouclm da meat.
Wat for you no leurn, for your stomacha
W'nt lliopnga ees da besta for cat?
7ou Ilka roas' beet an' you Ilka da pie,
An' all go rrech fooda like dat;
An' den you wecll growl an' you wondra
Boocli pBln cen da stomach you gat.
You evva see Dago man aeaek from hees
I but ou ll'-dplln, not tnoocli!
Baycnuso for hen eatln' he find more
Ken fruit an' da salnd an' ncocii,
Da egetables dat ces grow een dn
ries vera lies' food Jolt can fat,
Bo how j on gon' 'scusa deei fooleesha
Vou dq to aiuseppe Uarntt'?
Oliieeppe Qlliseppo da barber, you
tal ine you com' rcn hees place,
An', while he ees have oll, jou growl
nt hecm so
An' mnka eooch frown wecth yoiir face,
Baycaute ho no Ilka da same klmla food
Dat mnk' a man cranky like ;ou.
You tal heem da stuff dat he eat ees no
He tat me you on ear nt hecm too
Kh? Yes, dees young onion dut grow een
Bo tender, bo Jutcy, bo sweet t
You theenk ees no right he should eat
Dat's vera bei' food you can eat!
You would no be crank eef ou theenk
like I theenk;
You gona be happier too.
You no ondrastan' da good food an' good
Dat's all dat's da matter weeth you.
T. A. Daly In Catholic Standard and
WHEN COMP'NY COMES.'
Once Mr. ltobsou come to lslt us,
(in mamma says, "Now we won'muke a
LIko jou was comp'ny, but I'm most
You'll git no dinner 'less'n I help the
En I Bald, "Mammu, what's a maid?" but
Just hurried out en didn't answer me.
Km, dinner time, the spoons was just as
Kn we et oft the plutea that's made In
Like It was Sunday. En Blossom, she
There's oltvea en there's pickled peaches,
Oo, goody!" Kn I says: "There's lem
onade Out In the kitchen. Papa; what's a
But papa he pertended Uko that he
Wua busy, en he didn't unsner me.
Kit we et up the soup that Annie brought,
fin Mr. itoliBou made u weeny spot
Might on the cloth, en I sa)s, "Sloppy
LlKe papa sas to mo 'fever I drop
Tldnga on the table. Kn pa sas, "My
But didn't say It lovln'. Sounded queer
Kn most like things jou hadn't ought to
Kn Blossom says: "We cot Ice cream to
Tho man Just brought It. I heard mamma
When she was In the llbr'y all alone,"
Kn I sajs: "Mamma, Is there macaroons?
Kn why has Mr. Ilobson got three spoons
To his place two that nunlte sent
To me en Bios? Kn this one I got's bent!"
Kit then he laughed, en bo ( wasn't 'frald
Of him no more, en ast him, "What's a
Kn mamma spoke up quick en says; "My
I never saw you talk en art so queer.
You Jtnow It's Annie! Now do keep your
Kn don't j'ou say another word, but cat!"
Kn Blossom says; "Don't eat too much,
There'B best things for dessert that ever
There's fruit en nuts en funny lemonade!"
Kn papa said that children once was made
To 'have themselves, but Mr. Bobson
Kn said ho only wished he hud a child
Llko uru Kn I said, "Well, why ain't you
One then?" Kn Jus' then Annie brought
Tho Ice cream en dessert, en it was nice,
Kn me en Blossom had another slice.
Kn Annlo brought the funny lemonade
In bowls Kn I Bays; "Annie, you're a
E'n Mr. Ilobson knows you are, because
We all heard mamma say It twlcet you
En Mr. Robson went away, en then
Annie was pothin' but a girl again.
Edmund Vanco Cooka In Woman's
Truth at the Weill
The Confused Guntlemuu It's norm
bit o' use golu' ou like that, Marin.
Vou may drown mo If you UUsh, but I
uoyer hadda drop notbln'. Sketch.
DAILY MlrilfoK, SATURDAY, TUftE 1, 1007.
MRS, DOLBY TALKS
She Tackles the Deacon About
His Bad Language.
REFUSES TO ADMIT TRUTH.
Gots on Reading Testimonials While
His Bsttsr Half Continues Htr Leo
turev Came Niar Making a Full
Copyright, ite, by V C. Kastment.
Social little things bnd happened
dutliiK the day to cause Dencon Dolby
to look forward to a seance nfter sup
per bnd been clfiired nwuy, nnd when
the hour finally arrived he wns as
ready as he could be to take what wos
In store for him. He sat down In his
rocking chair In tlio sitting room, pull
ed ort bis shoes and hnd been rending
testimonials about a uew patent wind
mill for ten minutes when Mrs. Dolby
"Snmuol Dolby, Just after breakfast
this morning you went to the barn.
Something wns the matter with the
"you jumpki or and down and kicked
stable door. Wbeu it would not open
you banged and kicked and muttered,
uud after Ave mluutes jou picked up n
big stone nud smashed at the door with
all your might. At the same time you
sulci something. I vtus too far off, nud
you saw me and didn't repeat It, but I
wnut jou to tell me light here, now,
what It wns. Certain rumors bue
touched my ears, nnd I wnut to know
If there Is any truth In tliem. Did ou
suy 'Pshaw!' 'Sugar!' or oror did you
muke uhy reference to that place where
bad people go wliun they die? I know
bow a door.muy liojlier nud provoke a
person. 1 bad thu kitchen door stick
with me once, uud 1 hauled off nnd
kicked It ami uluiost said something.
You had ou a collar that wus choking
you nnd was complaining of the eur
ache when you vont out, and If you
really did forget yourself for once I
cnu find an excuse for you. Throw
yourself ou my mercy, Samuel, uud tell
me what you said "
The deacon bad reached testimonial
N'o. 4, nnd he became deeply Interested
nnd forgot to answer tho question.
Had It been otherwise be might have
been compelled to admit that bis ex
clamation hnd neither "Pshaw!" uor
"Sugar!" In It. Mrs. Dolby sat looking
nt it threMtiarter view of him for two
or three mluutes and then continued:
"At the dinner table today I asked
you to pass the fried eggs. Tho plate
wns hot, aud you burned your lingers
and dropped It with it crash. It was
bnd enough to have tho plate broken
and the contents spilled over the table
cloth, but that was nothing to what
you suld. As tlio pinto fell you yelled.
As I didn't say anything nt the time,
you piobably thought I didn't pay at
tention, but I wuut you to know that
I did. Samuel Dolby, you are a man
tlfty-nlne years old, a deacou of the
church aud supposed to bo a living
example before tho wurld, und yet
when you burned your fingers you yell
ed Thunderatlon!' Don't deny It, sir
1 not only heard It, but I wrote It down
ou the pantry door as soon as I got up
It will remain there as long us we live
In this house, und I shall never see It
without having cold chills go over me.
What have you got to say for your-
, He bad nothing whatever to sny, but
something like u smile appeared at the
corners of his mouth. Ho was think
lug what hu would have said had he
stubbed his toe Instead .of burning his
lingers. He could have defended the
word "thunderatlon" us perfectly pi op
er under all occasions of sudden e
cltemeiit, but before ho had made up
his mlhd to do so Mrs, Dolby went ou
"At 3 o'clock this afternoon I asked
j'ou to go up Into tho garret und get
down my quilt frames while I went j
over to see Mrs. Green about fall
pickles. Just as I returned you fell
downstairs with such n clutter thut for
a moment I thought Urn house had been
struck with u ej'cloue, I wns so ex
RAY OGDEN & CO.
Singing and Dancing
cited and I came so near fainting away
that I don't remember what you said,
but I know you yelled out nt least four
times. Samuel, I want you to tell me
exactly what jou snld. It wns some
thing dreadful, but perhaps under the
circumstances 1 can excuse It, and
you enn moke a fresh start. I know
that n fall dowiiBtalrs Is a sudden
thing, and It Is liable to throw even n
deacon off his balance Did one of
your expressions refer to the bad place,
All four of bis yells were directly
connected with the locality mentioned,
as be distinctly lumombered. but the
deacou didn't propose to enter lutn any
arguments or discussions. Ho had
said what he had snld, nnd If Mrs.
Dolby had any doubts about It then all
tho better for him, nud he had made
n safe escnpe of It. He tried bis best
to become deeply Interested lu test!
moiilnl No. 0, which stated that the
None Such windmill only needed tin
breath of a sleeping bnbe to set It lu
motion, nnd nfter benWilg it few sight
over tho general situation Mrs. Dolby
brought forward the last offense.
Shouted Three Different Times.
"Wlipn I was ready to set about got
ting supper f uskedyailto bring ine lu
n p.Ul of fresh wnter from the well
You went out with the pall, mid I ud
denlj heard some one shout nut I
went to the door and found jou lying
on your back an thu ground. You bail
struck your toe against the soap kettle
and fallen down. I didn't say any
thing, Samuel not a word. 1 don't
think you even saw me. I am not ask
ing j'ou what you said when jou fell
down, because I think It wns 'Oh,
my!' but what I wnut explained Is
what you suid luter ou when you found
the pump stuck fust. When jou had
woiked nwuy nt thu. handle nnd the
wnter wouldn't come you Jumped up
and down nud kicked the pump aud
shouted, ' It, It, It!' three
different times. I was having n chill,
aud my fingers were lu my ears, nnd
so 1 didn't catch the words, but I must
know. You must confess to me nud
trust to me to foiglve jou If I can
What does a man say when he grubs
the pump handle aud Jumps up and
down uud looks red in the fuce? If
j'ou don't speak right up and tell me 1
shall think the veiy worst -that Is, I
do think the ery worst now. If one
of the uelglibors should run In to bor
row some saleratus I don't know bow
1 coilld look her lu thu face I shall
keep thinking and thinking after I get
to bed, and there will be no sleep for
me unless Ibis mutter Is denied up."
Hut for a slight Incident Mr Dolby
might hae cuteied Into a full ex
planation nud hou the whole tlilm;
I oer with His eje caught sight of a
I shirt button ou the floor, aud bu
stooped and picked It up uud gazed at
It so long that Mrs. Dolby forgot the
question she had asked uud said:
"And tberu's unutber thing, Samuel,
while I think of It. A week ago one
morning while you was milking the
cow she huu led off and kicked you.
You went off the stool on your back
uud lay theie for two or three minutes.
Then you got up aud pounded her with
the stool. Every time you pounded
you said something. I wns down eel
lar looking over the pickles aud didn't
hear It, but Mrs. Hartlsou says she
saw and heard everything and didn't
get over shivering until sundown.
What wus it you snld? If you will
throw yourself upon my mercy uud
tell me the truth, I'll agree not to ap
ply for a divorce."
Tho deacon laid down the cltcular
as If he lutended to make n full con
fesJou of the affair aud depend upon
Mrs. Dolby's -wifely heurt to forgive,
but nfter a moment's thought ho
( chauged his mlud nnd let his eyes fall
upon the last testimonial. It wus onlv
ten lines long, and he rend It over
three times, while she watted for his
answer urn Id deep silence. Uy aud by
he yawned and stietchcd and got up
on his feet, and, going over to the
clock, bo wound It up und caielessly
"If you are going to make soft soap
tomorrer, I guess we'd better get to
bed a llttlo early tonight." '
I.udy (buying presents, to filend) -Now,
I wonder If that Is tho sort of
tie thut would bu considered good taste
by a man?
Shopman Er I selected It myself
from n very large stock, Punch.
Moreland & Leigh
Black Face Comedian
Novelty Musical Act
esse t:ese as aaa s9
I What's the Use jj
fix Of throwing away that last year's straw 2
$ hat? Why, my friend, for the small m
M sum of 10 censtyou can make It a3 good m
? as new, Just get a
and dissolve it In
water; wet a small
solution and scour
ft hat looks like new. Remember the (ft
(ft o ifS
ELKAY'S STRAW HAT CLEANER. $
Take No Substitute. $
TUir DiTVfll I CTADIT m
(ft i nr ncAHLL o unrn
H Phone 15.
The republic of Mexico ins a very
strict, loiw regarding tho advertising
matter dltfplayed by traveling shows
and a severe ponaity is attached to
a conviction for advertising auy thing
thut Is not performed lu tho show
The Oentry Shows mado a complete
tour or tho entire republic of Mexico
InBt year and ubed all their adver
tising matter that they put out In the
States, whleh Is proor or tho fact that
ot least tho Gentry ShowB aro truth
fully ad verified. Nearly, If not all.
tho pictures displayed aro taken from
photographs and re-arranged on the
largo posters to fit tho different size
bill boaids of tho couutry. The Gen
try Shows have long been known aa
clean and moral exhibitions and one
that any one can attend. This pres
ent season makes the seventeenth
ono of their show and If reports nro
verified, the performances are better
than over. Many new acts and ani
mals having been added and the en
tire out lit enlarged and Improved In
every department. The show In ad
dltlon to being tho most Interest ng
exhibition on the road also bears the
distinction of being honestly presented
and truthfully advertised. The Gen
try Shows will exhibit heie Friday,
l)nnc tonight in
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SOUTH SIDE BUILDING SUPPLY GO.
E. P. Rowe. Tenor
MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA
Powers' Cameragraph using
our own Pictures "Electric
10 cent package of
one - fourth glass of
hand brush with the q
the hat. Result, the M
Messenger Service FREE. fft
in a Starr Piano
will be found to
pay. From an eco
because they are I
built for service.
From, a musical
the tone is unrival
ed. Sold only by
modern ideas modern methods.
Be up-to-dato and get out of the
old rut of asking your frJonds to
go on your bond.
We can secure any kind of bond
for you, promptly and at low cost,
in the strongest bonding company
in the world.
Fred W. Peters,
No. 11 1 2 S. Main St.
Own Home IS
building: a house on your
A set of Dinner Dishes will be
given away at Thursday's mati
nee to lady holding lucky number.
Numbers will he given out at
Monday and Tuesday and Thurs
Shows Nightly 7.309.00
Tickets 10c and 20c
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