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Everyone tint! everything la distinguished by cer
tain features which separate them from others of the
same class. Alen arc known by their habits and
achievements, merchandise by its qualities. Cloth
craft Clothes ure distinguished by features of marked
Examine a Clothcraft suit closely. Look at the
close clinging collar; the broad, well tailored shoulders
and the shapely back. Note how intelligently the
Clothcraft tailors have mastered these points and how
well the garment fits und holds its shape. This Is
Look as closely at the fabric. You will find it all
wool, thoroughly shrunk by the special Clothcraft
process. This is quality.
These features of excellence and others which
are discovered witli daily wear have made the name
Clothcraft famous among men who wish clothes of
fit, of style, of durability.
The CLOTHCRAFT Spring Style Book shows and
tells you more. ,a-aw,
i-Eor a Good Sunday Dinner
Send your order to us. We
will please you. If not,
tell us. If we do, tell .all
For Saturday we will
have fresh vegetables of all
kinds that are in market.
$ VAN ATT
We liavo a completo lino of Men's, Ladles', Boys and Child
ren's Shoes which wo will givo you your raonoy's worth. Oall
and seo us before making your purchase. Wo call special atten
tion to our shoo repairing dopartmont, whero wo can assuro you
that tho best of material and workmanship enters Into ovory job
takon in. Your shoes can bo repaired in 16 minutes by Solidity
Systom at very reasonable pr:es. Give us a call. Very truly
yours i ,
ABE M. GOLDBAUM, Proprietor
the Working-men's friend,
rfTJATV J'lJfc T'V"P MtHWft'V. If
our new neighbors.
Just opened new
Miami Shoe Store
224 N. MainStroot.
Mrs. Burns Thought Her
ROBERT HEART BROKEN
Upon Learning That She had
Turned Against Him.
Some Think It was Burns' Love for
Ills Wife That Made Him Enter
a Plea of Guilty.
As (i result of Kobort Burns haing
pleadoJ guilty o tlio charge oi
1 orso-sleallnte, ho lias 'become cs
tranw.! fnm Ills wife, who Is now
living In Springfield. Tho authorities
who ii.vo Ibecin In charge of this caso
:iy tl'nt Sirs. Jinrns uiuukiu "
Iho tlfHt that her liuribnnd was Jnno-
cnt, mid that as f.oon as sho learn-
rl lie had plended guilty, sho tuwi
(il fiom Oilm.
About u weok ago Burns mado up
his mind to change his idea to bI1
t. Alter Informing Jils attorney that
,lip Ind decided to enter such a plea
ho ww taken to tho court mom At
the las: moment ho changed his mind
mill Kplnral tint he would fight tho
Icoho. Ho was taken ihack to Jail nnd
on tho following day he wld ho liaa
flnnli 'made up his mind to plead
sullty. Ho w.ia again taken to tho
Wirt room and that time did chaugo
his "pica. Judgo Young gave him n.
year li Khc pon.
TJi authorities think that It wai
Burn loe for hli Ife and the
though C appearing guilty in her
(')ti it.'at caused him to falter when
ho w.iS first taken In to ohango liln
Ono of Itbe most notable features
of Bums' trial hero two jears ago
was thf devotion shown by his wife
who -vns at his side durlnz the en
tire time. During the trial. Burns as-
leento 1 thaL ho was not in Marlon
roun' at tho tlmo tho horso In ques
tion vns fclolen.
As i lOHult of tho trial, Burns was
wntprnicrt to four jcaTS 1n tho pen.
After he hail fcorved alwut a jear,
Iho suj rcino court granted him n new
trial nnd ha was (brought back to
the, coi nty Jail hero several months
mgo Ho has alioady served about
BariM Is amnarenHv irrratlv nfffct.
ol liociiiiKo of t.hc troublo wlUi his
xlfofi,' was dlseonsolato during tJm
trip n iho men wUh Sheriff Drown.
OF WESLEY CHURCH
Meets in Monthly Session
with Mrs. Elliott.
Interesting Preogram is Rendered
on the Topic, "Orientals
and City Missions"
Tlu Woman's Home Missionary so
ciety o' Wesley M. H. church held n
nionth) meeting, Thursday afternoon
at thu homo of Mrs. 0. J. Elliott,
on Oliej nvenuo. An Intorestlnj; pro
gram on tho topic "Orientals and Clt
MLshIuhv" was glen.
Til program was opened with do.
votloral exorcises by Mrs. O. ,T. El
liott nnd Alra. Louisa 'chlldois, fol
lowing which Mrs. II. C. King read
a leaflet oa "Chinese Children in Our
Cities' Mrs.. T. J. Spragg read a
hcleti on on homo missionary work
from the publIciMon American Re.
publu I.lttlo Miss Ruth Davis rend
a leaflet on "Tho Japanese Children
of Hdvall" and Mrs. C. E Rowley
closed tho pivgram with n report of
tho (i ttrlr-t convention irooently held
The fevoral hundiMl cook books ro
cenll publlshol by tho boclety were
distributed among tho members and
will bo offered for sale to help clear
tho church lobtf
Folk wing tho missionary society
mectirg', tho Plorprico' hlolmrds W.
C. 'I' 17. held niohthiy meeting ami
hoard d 'I'ejtott yro'm tlio1 'treasurer.
Mrm .WhtlA ifenloy.1,Tho swclqly Is In
a floi'ilshlrtg condition.
Foilcwiing tho mooting, supper
was served to C people
Chamberlain's Pain Balm
It Is nn nnlsontle liniment nmi nm.
vents blood poisoning resulting from
a cut, brulfao or burn. It also caiiROJ
tho parts U. heal without mntumdnn
and In much less tlmo timn wimn
tho usual treatment Is cmployod. It
allays tho pain of a burn almost in
stantly. C. A. Smith, PliouogrnpliS, North
Main stteut. , 0-C-Opd
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HUGHS & CLE AR Y
1 MAIN AND CENTER STREETS. I
Meet in Monthly Session
And Much Important Busi .
At the Conclusion of the Meeting
Dainty Refreshments were Served
by the Various Hostesses.
The Ladles' Aid society of tho Ger
man 31. 13. church held a monthly
meeting, Thursday afternoon, at tlio
homo of airs, nordlnanu Deanlg,
eawo of tho elty. Alwut 35 of tlio
mumUro wero picsent. A hhort nusl
iiijsi ix.ssl'oii was held nnd rofresh
Tho isooloty will moot tho flrht
T)mrt(iy of July 'at tlio homo of
.Mis Cioft Hauer, e'ast pt tho elty.
Tho Ladles' Aid society of Salem's
Hvanpellcal uhurcli onot at tho homo
of Mrs. Honry Ackorman of South
Mnln street Thursday afternoon. Tho
mectiiif as otio of tho best attended
of thf season nnd n. highly Interest
ing Mission resulted. After consider
ing th regular rautlno business, elo
gant itfKMlnnenls -wero oied und
tho afiornoon horns spent at music
nnd social Jntcrroureo.
M.'t. Henry Stauffor of Pailc
Th& DBn$mtmnt Compmny
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$20.00 Side Board.
$30.00 China Closet.
7 1907. ttftrt.t JU4
i fwt oifentalned tho ,TiKnihcrs mif
iln Itllis' Aid society of tlio m-
fornitu church at Its regular monthly
busliuto Thursday afternoon. Tho nt-
tpndance was exceedingly largo. Tho
nioptiii' omened Mlth leotIonal ex.
erWhs by the I'icstdent nfter which
an In'rrestlnjr paper "Tho (li-owth of
Sinful oss" wu rend by Mrs. Zles
Tho meeting concluded with a nor-ial
ho&aioii In -vvliloli oiegnr.l refreHlmicnts
A- 1ho homo of Mrs. William
Cample!! on Uollefontalne Avonuo
I liursi'ay (iflernoon, the Missionary
society of Jio United Hrethren ohurcJi
Held a called mentlng for tho nur-
poss of cffoctlnc Bjieclal needle wufc.
Tho hours from-two to fUo worn
Ile.iv'ii tly whlled away at sewlmr
and social chat, niegaiu refreshments
ber"V. by tho hostess was a concilia
Deafness Cannot he Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
roach tho dlwused pot turn ot tho tar
Tlioro is only ono way to cuie deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the muious lin
ing ot tho nust.ic.hlan Tube. When
thlj tnbo Is Inflamed ou Jiave a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing,
and when It Is entlroy closod, neaf
nss is the lesult, nnd unless the In
flnmmntlmi can lie taken out and this
Uiho restated to Its normaf condition
hearing will bo destroyed forever,
nlno cases out of ten aro caused by
Catarih, which Is nothing but an In
flamed condition of the mucous sur
faces. "Wo will glvo One Hundred Dollars
for any caso of Deafness (caused by
ratai rh) that cannot bo cured by
Hall's Catairh Curo. .Send for cir
r j. cur.NRY & ro ,
Sold by Druggists, Tr.
TaUo Hall's ramlly I'IIIh for count!
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25 ff Ml Furniture
$15.00 $12.50 Diners
$22.50 $30.00 Bed Room
.i:... $11,25 $8.00 Chiffonier
Or at any other time. We are setting
the pace in giving Clothing values. Now
tho only practical way of detemining
value is to examine and judge personally.
yv Jiuiu puucs ui luu.
unless backed by real values.
Try Us on $10, $12, $15 Men's Suits
You'll find these Clothes ahead of any contemporary
offering. Our $18.00 and $20.00 suits are equal in every
respect to the merchant tailor's product at $30.
Men's Shirts at 50c, $1.00, $1.50
Shirts are the greatest attraction of our furnishing
department. For values the showing cannot be equalled.
Our store room, Center street entrance, devoted to
Boys' Clothing. Suits $2 to $8. Wash Suits 50c to $3.00.
Base Ball Suits $1.00. . . We can fit any man or hoy.
Tor stomach troubles, biliousness
nnd constipation, try Chamberlain's
Stomach nnd Liver Tablets. Manv
remarkable curs lrve been effected
by them. Price, 25 cents. Samples
free. Tor sale by all druggists.
A LINE OF
That beat the town for quality
and style at so popular a price.
JOHN STOtl SHOE CO.
Lots of Beautiful Summer Suits, Dresses,
Waists and Skirts at '
Just because tho warm weather has been a little lato get
ting here. Wo will have plenty of time and weather to sell
these goods and you will have timo to wear them a llttlo
But we put tho price on them now that you cannot resist,
because wo want the room for other goods .
Tho only store where your credit is good at special prico
MARION CLOTHING &
uiiiuuiiu tu jiuliuii
Sattm'jv. 1 p M at Weler HotI
building, X. State, street, consisting
cf dnssera, beds, springs, mattress,
es, cupels, dining rcmi itiblei and
main miscellaneous articles
It ORO. SELLS, Aitatlotieer..
$5.00 Bed Room RocKer-