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THE MAJUON DAILY MIMIOR, SATURDAY. JUNE 8, 1907.
THE DEPARTMENT CO.
Our 25 Off Salo Is Moving The Goods.
$25.00 Bed Room Suitos ( Now $18.75
$30.00 Bod Room Suites ' Now $22.50. .
$35.00 Bed Room Suites Now $26.25
$40.00 Bed Room Suites , ' Now $30.00
$45.00 Bed Room Suites : Now $33.75
$65.00 Bed Room Suites Now $48.75
$75.00 Bed Room Suites n'V Now ?50,25
Oak, Quartered Oak, Mahogany, Imitation Mahogany, Cir
cassian Walnut and Bird's Eyo Maplo.
For stomach troubles, biliousness
and constipation, try Chamberlain's
Stpmadi and Mvcr Tablets. Mauv
renarkablo cures hr.vo been offected
by them. Price, 25 cents. Samples
free. Por salo by nil druggists.
Will be supplied with the
best of everything in the
vegetable and grocery line
for Saturday's trade.
F. J. LUSCH
N.B. Cor. Stats & Cntr 8U.
10 quart tin buckets 10c
Rotary flour sifter 10c
Galvanized dust pan 10c
rtrrinlfn wnflll lVnn 10c
r. . . ,
uovcr egg ucaicr auu
Largo steel fry pan .'. 10c
4 quart covered bucket 10c
Heavy wiro carpet boater 10c
Jlcavy tin collandcr 10c
Good 11080 brush 10c
White framed mirror ......... 10c
Largo galvanized dippor 10c
Good buggy whip 10c
Prepared paint 10c
Varnish stain ...-..' 10c
M'ea axlo grcaso 10c
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COUNTY SHEEP CLAIMS
Bowling Green Township
Suffered tho Most.
Years Claims Amounting to
Over $1,000 aro Niw
Hho board of county commissioner
at a session held Friday afternoon
allowed sheep clnlma for tho past
(force months. Tho claims, whllo feiw
Jn uiunibor, micro unusually heavy.
Who greatest damogo scorns to bavo
been dono In Bawling Green town-
iWilullo sheep-claims aro allowed
quarterly, thoy aro paid only onco a
ir, Immodlatoly following tho first
of3 Juno. Tho claims aro paid from
mon'ciy collected through tho dog tax,
naul iln Marlon county tho tax is al
ways largo enough to more than meet
Hho claims. All claims allowod during
t'ho iwst year, nmountlng to moro
than $1,000, tiro mow Iwlng paid.
riVio Ja'jms for tho past qunrtor
wore B. F. Snger, Bowling Groen
township, SGI; I-a'Fayotto Holt, Bow
ling Green township, $23; Joseph .
Gutihery, Bowling Grcon township,
$03; W. Iv. Guthcry, Big Island
"ewnBhilp, $115.50; O. S. Anthony,
wnido township, $27; CMilton Morral,
Montgomery township, $G; Martin
Leiwls, Richland ithawnshlp, $30. (iO;
Edward C. Kennedy, Seott township,
$132; John Schmidt, -nig Island town
ship, $47.20; Ford Gabriel, Prospect
Children's Day at Epworth.
Children's Dhy will bo observed by
tiho Hrtwortili XI. K. Sunclav wrlifvil
tomorrow morning at 10:30, Imme
diately following tho regular session
of Suntlny school. A splendid pro
grain has been tmcpaired and will bo
ronucrcw ny tho juniors and primary
donarlmonts. Knwonth siKHiiircfl n mwt
cordial welcome (to all visitors at thla
Just By Living.
A good man doos good meroly by
living. It Is enough to bo simply
fiood, nnd so shed about ono this nt
mosphero of goodness; to have ready
the kindly word that will help nil'
other; to llvo so that tho llfo Is an In
spiration to others to be good also.
C. S. Day.
WE ARE OFFERING
the men of Marion a long line of Oxfords at
00 and $3 50 in the Douglas and Fellowcraft
nes. Ask to see our
and Gun Metal Oxfords.
, 4 liA fV,.
Saturday Morning by JUdge
SNYDER CHANGES PLEA
Says He is Guilty of Forgery
and Grand Larceny.
rhrcc Cases ate Taken to Circuit
Court on Error Court Kcndcrt
Judge Young Saturday morning as
signed' both court ami jury cases. Tho
assignment or court casus, to bo
hoard by Judgo llabst, follows:
Juno 10 'KM 113 and othors against
Cunningham; WIndliurat against Pal
mer; Whllo against Tho Gaat Gro
cery company; Thompson against
Rhoads and others, trustees; ' Moon
ngalnst Iyouthcr; Justice against Jus
tice; Adams Express company against
Fltzdll and others; Stoll against
DurWln; Jones against the Hocklnr,
Valloy Railway company; DcGollcy
Juno 11 Grubcr ngalnst C. C, C.
& St. L. Railway company; Weston
against tho Marlon Malleable com
pany; Whlto against John D. Owens
and Son; Beavers against Beavers;
Richards against 't'ho Chicago & Krto
Railroad company; Second National
Bank of Bucyrus against Hall and
Juno 12-Atinni8 ngalnst Tho Mar
lon Building Savings & Loan Com
pany; Adams against Summers; Tim.
bcrman against Bishop; Hemphill
ngnlnst Brufco; DcLaudcr ngalnst
Morgan; Clulldcrs against tho Krlo
Railroad company; Slatisor against
Holland; Taplor agalnBt Taylor; Ger
man ngalnst German.
Juno 13 Vlllago of Prospect against
tho Marlon County Tolcphono com
pany; MOCabo against Decker; Rob
erts ngalnst Foreman; Topllff ngalnst
village of LaRuo; Jinks ngalnst
Jinks; Mossmoro ngalnst Fcllmuth;
Clark against McCollum; Fling
against Dlllcr; Johnson ngalnst John
son; Jcffers against Jeffcrs; Kohber.
ger ngalnst tho C. C. C. & St. L.
'RoiMwny company; Turner ngalnst
Juno 11 C. C. C. & St. L. Rail
way company ngalmft city of Mar
lon; Royal against Schoonlnub: Ar
thur ngalnst Harruff; Hlnklln ngalnst
tho Firemen s Insuraneo company;
Tho assignment of jury cisea to
lo itnlcd, lieforo Judgo Young, fol
lows: Juno 21 Fox against .the Marlon
Department company; state of Ohio
on complaint of Mary Green against
Juno 25-Alfooro atpalnritl Loutlior.
Juno 2G Fohl against tho C. C.
C. & St. L. Hallway comnanv.
iTnno 27WlntrlnBham against Ny.
liano Railway company.
.Tuna 28 'Richards against Brown.
July 2 OToyles against tho Krio
July 1 Blssol ngalnwt Owen.
July 3 -Shaffer agnltiBt Clark.
Three eitUta retxjntlv dedirimt In ttio
icourt of comon pleas avcto taken to
Itho circuit court In error, Saturday
morning. Ono mn tho caso of John
J. O'Brien against Dounls Mollov.
(Which .Tudio Young recently decided
in lovor or Molloy, rrho caso started
In tho jusWco's coirit nnd was caused
,by Molloy having O'Brien removed
trom a Dusintss ulock on North Alain
Tho two other cases wore thoso of
Frank ICennedy nnd Nelson Abel, Ba-
loonlstS found Kilty of solllnir llnnnr
on 8unday. 'Hioy woro fined bv sravnr
Sdicrff and Judgo Young mistaluod
A dlvorcd suit against Fred W. Mc-
Pook, an) OmnloVO Of Iho Mnrlnn Vrn.
vidian company, lias (been Ixsgun in
tho common pleas court of Union
county by Lyrtla K. McPock. Summons
woro non-cd on Mcilcck. FrliLiv. Thov
hiiTo iboon married alwut Hvo years
and ihavo no children.
In suit of Jeremiah Jonfca niralnst
Mary J Bonner and others, brouuht
to contest tho last will and testa-
$3,00 and $3.50 Patent
kJ 4 jjtaafcJfMfcfcU,
ment of John Jones, separate 'anawors
have been Ollod through Mouscr &
Qulgloy by Josephine Thomasson,
Mary J. Bonner and Daniel J. .Tones
11h,y deny all of tho tallogatlons mado
Jn tho petition.
iTm tho milt of OHvo West against
John 'Vdrdcn and othors, brouglut io
qulot a itltlo, nn answer waa filed
Saturday morning toy Gcongo P.
Itcarlck, guardian of Harry Vlrdon
Stfnglcy. Tho answering defondan't
admits all trtntcd In tiho petition and
asks (to bo allowed to go honco with,
Clarenco C. Snyder, tho young
man indicted on tho elmrgo of for-
troi V and ifranil Inrnnliv u'na Inlrnn
beforo Judge Young Sntuivlny morn
fnc; nnd clinnged his plen from not
,'inlty to guilty. He will be sen
Tho Will of John Schneider lias lieon
probated and Ohas. O, Schneider has
been warned executor.
Ohas. O. Myors. admlnlstralor nf fhn
estnlo of Jacob Klonlc, has filed a re-I-ort
of a partfal iprlvato salo of real
Judge Young .Saturday ordered
tlie caso of Cicoign T. Harding
against Charles Wilsor.. brouglit
for the appointment o a receiver,
loft off tho docket.
Tho attachment suit of W. .F.
Almcndftigcr ngamst I;o Lawrcnco
was dism'ttoCHl by Judge Young Sat
urday. Judgo Young Saturday dismissed"
the appeal caso of (?. tfeig ami otli
cus against the Eric Uailroad Co.
Tho damago suit of Iiresa Gosh
against James (A,. Navin was dis
missed by Judge Young Saturday.
Tho suit of Mrs. Elizabeth T3C0
gliloy. administratrix, against Mary
S. Trump and other?, brought to
forecloso a mortgage, has been set
tled and diMn:Bcd from the court
of common pleas.
Dancing lessons by Sclwlngor every
Tuesday night. Phono 15.71.
Makes Mad Dash Through
Collides with Telephone Pole on
North Main Street and
Is Badly Hurt.
Starting at tho (browcry and con
tinuing Its mad race un'Ul colliding
with (i tolophono polo opposlto tho
Catholic church on North Main
street, the foorno owned by F. C.
Uds'll, tho tinner, created a sensa
tion along tiho nath! or its lonrnnv
about 8 o'clook Saturday morning.
'i no animal was being driven by
Monley Edsoll and upon attempting to
turn around on Bollofontnlno avenue
itho iwagon was oraimnod nnrl tunned
Over. Young Edsoll -was thrown out
anir wio norso ran oiwny.
Jlunnlng down Bollofoiitalno avonuo
with tho wagon at its heels toe. ani
mal crossed over to Main Btrcot ami
'passed! through tho eontcr of tnwn
at a fast clip.
On Soutih1 iMaln street tho anlmnl
collided with tho Marlon Provision
umipanys wagon, overturning and
slightly damaging 1U. Several rlirs In
I Itho Hfcrccts l-jinrowly lavcrtod colli
sions. Whon tho horso ran into a
tolophono polo on North (Main street
It was throwni to tho mawmnnt. im.i
vas oadly o'l1" ard bruised and prac
tically ruined. Tho wagon was al
most completely demolished.
MRS. W. WHEELER
DIES AT PROSPECT
After a Short Illnoss with
Deceased Formerly Resided Jn This
City Funeral Sunday
iMra. Wesley (Rico) Wheeler, need
thlnty.ono died at (hor hamia In Pros
pect at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon.
Men demlso was duo to measles iwhlah
dovolopodl 'Into pneumonia wltk-whloh
bho mitforiCKl but a few daya.
The deceased had resided in this
city -uiirt,tl Wbout throe "weeks ago
when tho family movo to Prospect.
A (husband and family of threw mnn.11
children Hurvlvo, boaldoa a slslfor,
Mrs. Frank Whoolor, of this city.
Funoral services will bo conducted
from tho homo at 1 o'oloole (sun
time) Sunday afternoon, llov. J. j.
iHalllday to offIoh(to. Tho remndna
will jla interred In Prospect come
Oanoo tonight In BohjWlnsdr liaJlrt
I Boy's Suits I
I Wash Suits 50c to $3.00. B
1 Knickerbocker Trouser Suits $4.00 to $8.00. W
I Suits $2.00 to $8.00, Baseball Suits $1.00. I
I HUGHS & CLEARY, I
I MAIN & CENTER STS.
By Marion LodfjcNo. 402 K.
PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE
Holds nn Important Meeting
Members of the Fraternal Censer
Will Hold Election at Next
frho btoml-annual ejection of Mar.
ion Lodge, No. 402, Knights of Py
thias, took placo at n regular meet
ing held In tho lodge hall on
East Center street, Friday evening.
TQrei .list of officers follows:
Fred W. Warner, chancellor com.
nrandor; Gcorgo T. Goran, vice chan
cellor; John Kerr, prolate; Fred
Snider, jnastor-nt-arms; Clifford
Hawser, Inner guard; Paul CSibs, out.
'e.r guard. rI"Iho officers will bo In
itialled itho first meeting might In.
Ono application was received and
nprwnficmenls wero made for confer
ring the rank of page next Friday
ovcnlng. x 4 jjfc tfU
About 30 couples attended tho
diinco given by tho Pythian Bisters at
Canby lodge hall on East Church
street, Friday ovcnlng. Tho danco
was the last of .the season and was
a succeiss In every way Piano mu
sic iwns furnlahcd 'by Jesso Dawler
nnd refreshments wero served during
TOP COAT WEATHER
If you have put off getting a new
top coat, thinking the weather would
moderate, better drop in and leave
your order at once. You are just
liable to need it all summer.
The weather man is predicting some very cold
wenther yet to come.
MAKER OF GOOD CLOTHES,
, rtig&u f aiattoig. !it,iMfcU, '.&& jWaiT
itiho oven!lng. ITho eommlttoo .In
charga was comiwscd of MIsros Cora
Vilrden, Flccta ITliomos, Gortrudo Clb
llng, Princess Rhoads and Bva Mellcy.
Tiho members .of tho Fraternal
Censor met in regular cession In tho
halls on West Center street Friday
night with a good attendance Con
siderable ibuHlncss was itransaotcd, tho
majln Molturo lcltig tfio nomination
of officers. Tho election will tako
placo at tho next meeting which will
be held Juno 21.
(At tho clods of tho ibuslncss ses
sion a social hour was enjoyed and
Tofreshmcnts of loo cream and cako
eenved. , i&' ijftVHI
Tho Proteolod Homo Clrclo mot last
night iwllth a largo attondanco and
conducted a very interesting session.
Aside from transacting tho regular
loxlgw (luislness, initiatory work was
itnkoii up land itho memrtwrshtp de
grco conferred upon ono candidate.
Tho Wrat nomination of offfecra also
took placo n)t this meeting.
'At the conclusion of th'o business
rcfresHi meats were sen-od and a social
hour enjoyed. . ,5
It Is a strango thing that tho ap-
plauso of men greets only thoso who
tight with men. They who battlo
with tho enemies of man, with dis
ease, with accident, with unknown
forces, and unknown seas and lands,
theso men must tight, and. If neces
sary, dlo nlmoRt unnoticed by their
fellows. Lancet, London.
f. Meet us face to face.
The "Quick Sales and
"Manhattan" The Quality
Rumchemda" summer Neckwear Is
this season. Another by shipment
yesterday -All shapes. 25c and f)0c
.: 4hX 'KA k iumMi.
Your Credit is Sood
Fine Trimmed Millinery
Just tho same as on
Have all you want to
wear charged on one
& Cloak Co.
We will treat you RIGHT.
Women's Side Lace Oxfords
LiKo all our oxfords, theso patent
side lace are wieners.
Small Profit" Shocmen
the most popular used
came in by express