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A food to work on
A food to smile on
A food to sing on
Energy and good -nature in
The most nutritious wheat
In moisture and
dust proof packages. .
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Fifteenth National Irrigation
An udvnnco copy of tlio Official
Onll of tho Klftccntli Irrigation Con
gress Ihih boon received by tho Mirror
It Irt Issued f i out ho hcuthitmrtcra
of the CuiiKtvrn at Sacramento, Cal
ifornia, and i.niiounees that this In'i
portant coiwu.nlou will bo liohl In
that city, (September 2-7 Inclusive
next Tho dioiiineiit recites tho pur
poses of tho ConRrcss, Invites tho
appointment of delef;atM by organ
ized doiiics ir
an uinna, nnd an
nounccs special Hallway Hates over
ALL THIS WEEK
Commencing Monday Matluoo
MACK & HELD
E. P. EOWE
KOPELAND & THEMAR
A. set of dishes fqr Tliureday
Two Shows Nightly 7:30-9:00
Tickets 10c and 20c.
Matinees Monday Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday 10c .
Children's Saturday Matinco
Mate good bread.
For salo at all groc
ers. Mado and guar
Marion Milling &
Call at our office
for weather card.
a s OHIS
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j 6 Pride of I
I Marion I
Wt CARRY A FULL LIHK OT
all Hallway lues to California. An
Interstato nitration nnd Forestry
lOxposltlon, the California State Fair
and special harvest excursions over
California nrt among the cntertnln
ment fcnturcM promised those who
Tho purposes of tho Congress nro
declared to In' "Save tho forests, store
tho floods, reclaim tho deserts, malto
homes on Mm land," and all who are
Interested In iheso objects or In any
of tliom nro Invited to participate
In tho deliberations and thereby con
tribute to n wise disci etlon of Na
tional policial and development of
practical methods of conserving and
-developing the great natural resources
ML utu UtIUIIU y ,
Tho personnel of tho Congress, as
stated In tin Call, Inclrdos tho Pres
ident ami Vice President of tho
United tSatos, Members of the Cabinet,
Senators nnd Representatives, Gov
ernors of SUite and Territories, Mem
bers of Stalo nnd Toirliorlal Legis
latures and -jUte Irrigation, Forestry
and other Ccni missions. Delegates
may be appalnted by Coventors of
Slates tiuil Territories, iMayors of
Cities, County governing boards, of
ficial and ui'rtficiul public bodies,
and organizations of every kind In
cluding agricultural, horticultural and
commcrcltl, as well mi Hoards of
Trade, Chambers of Commerce and
Tho Intcrst.ite KxnoHltlon of Irrlcat-
ed-land Products nnd Forest Products
will bo hold rlmultaiieously with tho applications received. Tho lodgo ro
Irrlgntlou Co'igresa. Tho largest and Wived an Invitation from llov. n C.
Iinc3t list of ticphlos and prizes ever Plntt of tho Central Christian church,
offered, will stlinulato competition, requesting tho order to attend in a
Tlio California State Fair will follow body special services to be held In
tho Congress with Joint opening and the church auditorium Sunday after
closing ceremonies attended by a great I noon. Tho invitation was accepted
Irrigation colobratlon, the day cloning
wllli a niagnlllcont allegorical Irri
gation" parade tnd electrical llluinlna
tlons. Kspcclnl emphasis Is laid upon tho
opportunity airorded by tills Con
gress for th'i study c Irrigation. Ir
rigation practices and results, Irrigat
ed eropn or every kind nnd Irrigation
opportunity Sacramento Is situated
near tlio center or Uio Oreat Valley of
California, which cfXtonds lengthNvlso
through tlm state a dlslanco of nearly
flvo hundred miles ami comprises ap
proximately nearly ton million acres
or icrtllo land, CoIokkiI plans tor
tho construction or storage dams, and
distributing canals Tor tho Irrigation
or tills great plain nro now being
iiindo by engineers of tho Reclamation
Porvlco nn.l noney ha beon appor
tioned from tho Reclamation Fund
for tho construction or an Initial unit
of tho great system contemplated.
Special Pxi,,g0nH Wi enable dele
gates to son California. Tlieso will
cover the Sacramento and San Joa
quin Vniroyn, tho ninuntnlns, tho cop
per belt, tho vInfrK0 districts, tho red
woods, sea'wwt and mountain ro
wrtB, orange -.ml lenioi. dlBtrictn and
Irrigated districts. Special Railway
Ti ... "'"""""a win provnll oyer
all 'Irniis-mii.liiontnl Lines.
Host Medicine in tho World for
Colic and Diarrhoea
"I find Chaniborlnln s Colic, Cholera
iml Diarrhoea Remedy (o bo tho beat
remedy In tho world," myu -Mr, C. h
Qiirtcr, of Slclruin, Ala. "r am sub
ject to colic and dla-rhoea. Last
spring, it Roomed as Hough I would
die. and I think 1 would If I hndn't
lakon Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
anil Dlnrrhooa Remedy, I haven't
beon troubled with It slnco until, this
week, when I hart a very Rovoro at
tack and took half a bottlo of tho
twenty-five cent slzo Chamliuilaln's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
iuiiI thin morning I feci llko it n'ow
man." For biiId by all druggists,
Tlio "llaton Hurlbut" first
brought to Marion by us. Too ox-
ponaivo for ordinary letter writ
ing 'till rccontly. Otlwr brands
Forc3tor8 to lVy Rcspccta to
VKKfflS TO SPEAK
Knights of Columbus toMect
Only Once a Month.
Cauby Lodge Worka ou Two Can
didates -Warm Weather Hurts
Sosnowskl Lodge of Kebukuho held
a wall attonlml meeting at Itil hall
on North Mala street, Tuesday even-'
lug, and lms'.al'ed tho rccontly elected
officers. Tho installation ceremon
ies wcro in. ilinrgo of Mrs. Ocorgo
Tho now officers nro Mrs. Alice
Welch, noblo i.rand; Mrs. .1. D. Lu-
ellcn, vlco, ginnd; Mrs. Hank rar
rish, right rupportor to tlio noblo
grand; Mrs. Irene Ueerbowcr, icn
supporter to tho noblo grand; Mrs.
Willis Daiior, light supporter to tno
vice grand; Mrs. Dlancho McPhcrson,
left support ii" to tho vlco grand; MIbs
Florence Suo'ikenbcrgcr, warden; Miss
Lottie Cccr, conductress; Miss Net
tlo Welch, pianist; Mrs. William
Hccrbowor, chaplain; Miss Edna
Rogers, outside guard; Miss Dottle
Welch, IiibIIo guard.
Arrangement a wcro made for a
membership nodal, to bo held follow
ing the next meeting, in two wcckB.
.Mrs. KlizdbJth Lindsay, Caledonia,
district dcpi-.y, was present and gavo
an interesting leport of tho recont
Arrungennnli! have been completed
for tho anuunl mem u-lal services of
tho Foresters nnd Companions of tho
Foresters, which will tnko placo at
10 o'clock iiinday morning, at the
lodgo hall on North Main street. Tlio
principal ad 'ress will bo given by .1.
I Vikcrs of Hcllovuo, high secre
tary of tho lUato
Thero will be a vocal solo by Miss
Kthcl Math;r anil n. piano solo by
Miss Helen Kiouso. A special collect
Ion will be tal'cn for tho benefit or
tho Forested' Orphans' Homo.
Tho Companions of tho Foresters
hold a speclil meeting Tuesday even
ing and planned for their part of the
F.crvlce. They I'lso arranged to Initiate
;u chihs of
n.idldatcs Thursday nlgnt.
Llmo Clt; Council met last night
with n largo tttoudnnee. Atddo from
ir.nmnctiiiu .outlno business, three
!inndldntcH were initiated and three
and arrangsmt -tR wero mado aecoru
Tho Knlgh'-s of ColiinibuB met last
night with n fair attendance. Asldo
iroin coiislduilng tho usual lodgo bus
innxq It. was decided to meet only
onto a month during tho months of
.Inly. Augiut and September. i"
meetings will bo held on tlio second
Tuesday of each month.
Marlon Qluit'tcr, No. 2 R. A. M.
met Inst night and attended to rou
tlno miHlnoOT Arangomonts woro
mado for a special mooting to bo hold
duly 30. at vhich time degree work
will bo conducted.
Canby IMyi N"- 31 Klnghts of
Pythias, coutorrcd tho rank of esqulro
on two candidates, Tuenlay evening.
Tlio ball teams of Canby lodgo and
Marlon lodgo. No. -102, will play
At a well, l.ttcndcd meeting of tho
Ladles of iho (T. A. It., hold In tlio
Cooper, I'o-it !t;ll. Tuesday afternoon,
only hiiHlnciin of a general routine
naturo wau tnuildercd.
Only bunl i.'ss of a routlno naturo
was ronsliUiad at n woll attonded
meeting of th'i Druids Circle, held in
tho lodgo hall last night.
'At' a woll pttondert meeting of tho
Red Mon, hoi 1 in their hall last night,
routine business was transacted and a
social hour enjoyed.
LEECHES AND LEMONS.
The Latter a Cure for tho Former
"Wherever you go, in Ceylon," said
tho sailor, "you always carry a lemon
with you. For punch?-No, sir; not
for punch, For leeches,
"Thoy nlu't merely water leeches In
Coylon; they're land leeches, too.
Theso blood suckors hang on to
hushes and trees; thoy lurk In tho
grass, waltln' for you. "Tho average
sUo bsforo dinner Is only about half
an inch long and no thicker than a
huliwyou might say Invisible. Thoy
eaully work their way through the
thread of your stockings and under,
wear. After dinner they're as fat ao
your linger. .J
All the Gold
Could not Buy-
Boding, Qa. August 37, 1006.
Mnssrs. E. C. DbWitt & Co.,
.. Chicago, lilt,
In 1 897 t had a dlseaio of lha ttomach
and bowels. Somo physicians told tnoltwas
Dyspepsia, soma Consumption of lha Lungs,
others said consumption ol (ho Bowels, ona
physician said I would not llvo until Sprlnp,
and for four long years existed on a lltilo
boiled milk, soda biscuits, doctors' prescrip
tions and Dyspepsia remedies that flooded
tho market. 1 could not digest anything
I ate, and In tho Spring 1003 I picked up
ono of vour Almanacs n n nnor umalntrrl
Dyspepsia wreck will grasp at anything, and
that Almanac happened to bo my Ilia savor.
i rjougni ti niiy cent rjoma ot kuuol, DYS
PEPSIA CUHE nnd tha benefit 1 rocelved
from that bottlo ALL THK GOLD IN
OHOROIA COULD HOT BUV. I kept on
taklnit It and In two months I went back to
my wprk. as a machinist, and In three months
I was well and hearty. I still use a lllllo oc
casionally as I find It a line blood purifier
and a good tonic.
May you llvo long and prosper.
Yours very truly.
C. N. CORNELL.
CONFORMS TO NATIONAL
PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW
This is only a sample of
the great good that is
daily done everywhere by
K o d o 1
by E G- Coo and Tschancn
r'"Wherever you go tho leeches prey
on you. I was dressed In white one
night, rldln with a beautiful Ceylon
girl, when I saw a red atrcnk on
my whlto pants below tho knee. Kx
cusln' myself .hnstlly, I retired. It
was a leech, ofcourse, dlnln' with me
"Tho only way to get them off with
out breakln' thorn and leavln' their
heads inside you Is to squeeze a few
drops of lemon on them, tho same as
If they was raw oysters. That pan
alyzcs them 'Kntl thoy fall to tho
ground like rlpo fruit. Kvery two
or thrco minutes you seo tho Coylon
cbo stop, take out a lemon nnd anoint
carefully tho halt dozen leeches stuck
In a black mass to the calf of tho leg.
"Tho Hvcrago Ceylon leech was, 1
said, half an Inch long. Yet there's
somo full three; inches long that can
jump, by crlnus, that Jump on you
from tho biiBheS as you pass by.
"Sounds dooulous, don't It? But
what enn bo dooblous In a land where
they havo blrd-catchlu' spiders and
centipedes a fobt long?"
THE ONE HE.WANTED.
Advlco From the OJd Hand to the
Aspirant for Honors.
Tlio nmntetir author entered the
nanctum of the old hand, his artistic
lingers roaming through his hair, his
eyo in a'ttyio frenzy rolling.
"Mo soul chafes within me," ho an
nounccd. "Let hor chafe," muttored tho old
hand; "I'm busy." ,
"iMo father's business Interests mi
no longer; tho dally round, tho com
mon task, fills iro with disgust! Mc
whojo being shuddors ns I sift tlio
sand Into tho sugar, nnd mo hand
trembles ns I add tho wnter to the
milk. Mo mind is made up I will
quit tills baso bartering for a nobler
llfo. I will becomo a Journalist. I
will Join tho staff of a magazine.
Which of them, think you, will raise
mo to tho highest position in the
shortest period ' ' j
"You might try-'a powder maga
zlne," suggested the" old hand, lacon
lcally. "Scorns just tho thing you
want!" Stray Stories. .
Fetdin gtho German omporor Is no
light task. DeHplto,all that is said
about tho kaiser's -. Spartan habits
tlioro are fow monarchs who keep
inoro olaborato tables.
He has no loss than four chefs
Scllcdenstuckor, a German; Harding,
an Englishman; an Italian nnd a
Frenchman so that ho can havo his,
moals for tho day served In tho stylo
of whatovor nation homay happen to
fancy. ' '
Each of theso chofs.'has his staff of
assistants, while, In addition, there Is
an Individual who way bo doscrlbed
as "sausago maKor to "tho kaiser."
Ills majesty is very fond of tho
hugo white frankfurter sausago. and
has a supply of them made fresh
overy day In his own kitchen. When
ongngod-In maneuvering his army on
a big Hold day theso frankfurters and
bread, washod down with lngor beor,
invariably form tho .vkalsor's lunch.
Clovoland Leader. SV
Quality of Trustworthiness.
Pcoplo would try .harder for trust
worthiness if thoy know how lovablo a
quality It Is. When you, know you can
rely upon anyone, that-lwhatover thoy
undortako to do wllf-boidono, that you
can really pass ovora "sharo of your
load to tbeni, you cannot holp llklns
them. On tho other hand, It does not
matter how amlablompn' bo, If they
aro forgetful, if they aro unpunctual,
If they habitually '.jnoglipct, thoy be
come sources of flUcljjfHniioynnco that
oiiq'h liking Is apt
lit ttfRlto ou
out. w. n.
JULY 10, 1907.,
KU'aui m lis 1 vpbx
Through ntr ntornoys, P. J. Mona
Imn, Ella Copclund todav filed n pet
ition for dl voice In tha common picas
court, ugalm.t her fiiiBband Frank
Copoland. Tho Pennsylvania company
and tho Toledo. Walhoundlng Valley"
and Ohio ral'road company and Unoch
Knnchlo wcro also named as defend
ants. Tho plaintiff states that sho was
married to ho defendant In 1890,
and at vanojs times hn 1ms been guil
ty of gros-j in gleet of duty. On Jan.
28, 1007 tho defendant deserted th&
plaintiff nt the homo of tho former's
parents at Vt'icns Ohio, whllo thd
Mrs Copoland was dangerously lit.
Slnco that lime ho has refused to re
turn and Ilv with Iwr or to tirovldo
Tho petitioner further states that
tho Pcnnsylvmla company and tho
T. W. V. & O railroad company and
Enoch Kna'i.fi havn money belong
ing to tho defendant. Sho asks the
court to e$in tlio railroad companies
and Knne'i-1 from giving him this
money to th" defendant.
Tho court g.nntcd the Injunction.
Karl U. Wilson, whoso n aco ol
.aim inni wu liuigincnr, ocars jntor
resldcnco ls unknown, will talto no- 'ost at the rate of 8 per cent per an
tlco that tho Marion National Bank, 'num from tin date thereof; that fol
plalntlff, did, on tho 8th day ot lowing payments havo been mado on
May, A. D., 1007, filo In tho clork'o said indemont nnd tin others, tn-wlt-
offlco of tho Court of Common picas
ot 'Marion County, Ohio, Its certain
petition setting forth that tho plain-
tiff Is tho owner and holder ot two
judgments', ono rendered against tho
said Earl It. Wilson, personally, call-
lug for tho sum of $1020.83, debt
nnd $5.40 costs, nnd tho other ngalnst
l..o partnership firm of Kllng and annum from the 30th day of Octolx'r,
Wilson and calling for $1001.48, debt .A1. f., 1000, nrd, on $0.00 with In
and $7.48 costs ot suit, (tho ono half Itcrest at rate or o per cent per an-
of the last named judgment hnvlncinum from th? lfith day of Jub A.
been paid) all wlUi interest as sot
forth In tlio said petition. That tho
laid judgments are lions niton tho
following real estate, situated in tho
City ot Marlon, County of .Marlon,
mil Stato or Ohio, to-wlt: riclng
Lot No. G505 nnd 050G In North
Stato Addition to said city, and tho
following real cstato situated In tlio
SouLh East Quarlcr of Section 22,
Township r South Range 15 East,
bounded nnd described as follows:
Beginning at a point in tho South
Una of Center Street extended, 280
feet cast of a stone In said south lino
said stone being at tho intersection of
said lino with tlio West lino of Lwt
No. & in "East Marlon" about 22
1.2 feet Fouth of the North West cor
ner of mid Lot No. 8 as eald lo
and comer aro shown on Uio record
ed plat ot "East Marlon" in Uio
(lecordcr's Offlco of said County;
thence East along tho South lino of
Outer street extended- 70 foot;
thence parallel with said line of
Lot No.. 8 Southwardly. 200 foot;
thenco parallel with tho south lino '
of Confer Street Wcstwardly, 70
foot; tihcnco parallel with tho west
lino ot Lot No. 8 Northwardly, 200
feet to tho beginning, containing
11000 sipinro fot, being Lot No. 03
on tlio Uix duplicate
That Estclla Wilson, wife of Earl
It. Wilson, claims somo interest in
sitfd lieal cstato.
Tlio prayer of said petition la that
paid real' cKctnto may bo sold and
tho clalnur of plaintiff paid out of
tho proceeds of tho salo.
Tho said defendant, Earl It. Wll
mjii, la required to aimwer said peti
tion on or beforo tho 10th day of
August, 1007, or Judgment may bo
taken on default.
TIHW MA.RION NATIONAL BANK
Uy Scoflold, Durfeo & Scoficld,
0-12-6t Its Attornoys.
II. C.Lee, whoso tesldonco is un
known, will trkc notlco that C. L.
Justice, of tho County ot Marlon, in
tlio Stato of Ol lo, did. on tho 21st
day ot May. A. D. 1007, f Ho Ills pe
ititlon In tlio Court of Common Picas
wlhtitn and for tho County of Mar
lon, In said Slate or Ohio, against
tho said II. C. Leo and W. H.
Krausc, defend uits, setting forth that
ili l. Iby Jho o )nldiratlon ot tho Fro
bato Court of Marlon County, Ohio,
Was, on tho 20th day of May, A. D.
1007. duly appointed administrator of
tho estnto of John ltlmmol. deceased,
and that ho accepted said appointment
and qualified thorounder and Is now
.dm ln,wfiil Administrator of said es
tnto. That on the 18th day or Octo
ber, A.. D., 1880, by consideration ot
tho 'Court or Common Pleas, ot .Mar
lon County, Ohio, at tho October
gjiiiinim in iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
iiSr.KhrN Jl 11KS
ZZ "r "" " " - -
MADll TO. AKY MBABURB
The Wollenwcbcr Lumber Co.i
i.: T-Tanrl Prnssprl
jjj paper of superior
rf equalled by any box paper in the mar- ri
fjj ket for double the price. Just think! j!$
fi We let you have this product of the (0
f stationers art lor
I 23c Per Box
L Let us show you.
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THE REXALL ST0R
W '' mm tm im m lT-
(term thereof for wild year, John Illm
mcl recovered a judgment against II.
C. 1x0 nnd W. II. Kratiso In the
L.., ,,... .... .... .:.. .
March lfith, ISM, ?2r.71; August 17th
innn. $7fi.nn and nntniior c.kh innn
$74.11. That tho last execution on
said judgincntj hears date of Aiicuat
8th, 18M. That plaintiff prays that
said iudirmcnt mav hn rcvlvmi In tlm
sum of $313 ti. with Interest on
,$.'107.00 at rato of 8 per cent per
V., J1SS0 and fc costs nnd all prop
er rclier. And tho said II. C. Lcc Is
notified that lie l3 required to appear
and answer sain petition on or Uo
fore tho 8th day of August. A. D..
1007, or said judgment may bo tak
en against Iilrn
Jjy CIIAltLES L. JUSTICE,
(i-12-Ct his attornoy.
Dcttle JlnkH, whoso placo of rcol
d.'nco Is unknown will take notice
that on May 20, 1000, Jesso J. .links
llled in tho Court of Common I'lcno,
of Marlon county, his certain peti
tion "In caso number 11I7G. praying for
a divorce from tlio said Dottle .linko
upon tho ground of willful absence
and adultery and that said cause will
hn heard on and after July 30th,
JliSSU J. JINKS, bj
II. Edmund Hill, Ills Attornoy.
Dated Juno 25th, 1907.
U'h a white summer,
satisfactory work on
white waists and skirts.
This is a laundry all right.
I "ALnSKAS" ARE ICE SAVERS I
I $7.50 $9 $10.75 I
JK JVC JVT A 1M N'S
Tarine IVIoth Bags
To Prevent, Smother
- ' , . ,
i 'i.i. ) -jjl i wM"wp"i .
fllltl UOOru. uur lriviucn miu iii;u.vioi, lib jiuhuluj' ujiu. wm tau
twico an Iouk aa the ready mado kind. Wo take thfl measure
ments, hang them, at vary little cost, assuring lasting satis
PAOK THREB. '
Vpllnm A tM-itit-irr .'?
....... .. Ulll.11
cjuality. Can't be (0
Mcssnnficr Service FREE.
to Bh M Mm M M mmmmt W& -' ! Zmmir
not lo shrink or fado and
wo guarantco to do battcn
bcrg allovcr laco or drawn
work without ruining tho
garment or breaking a thread
DON'T SEND YOUE WORK
OUT OF TOWN. Wo can do
it and do it RIGHT. Wo
arc French dry cleaners.
Thcro is no others.
112 Court Strict, Marion, O.
Goods called for and deliv
ered Fliono 1G51.
P S. Second hand cloth
lug bought and sold. Suits
spon.j-Ml and prenscd, 76c.
wo sou Accident
At very low prices. Secure
yourself against loss or
accident or sicKncti.
MILLS & BROWN
I. O. O. F. BLOCK.
IfS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
all right, and we do very
and Suffocate Moths.
To wrap and pub away all
sorts of garments and Furs in.
Oarpata, Rugs, Matu, Blanket3,
ItoWos, Ouslilons, Etc. To lina
Boxes, TrunkB, Storo ltooms,
Storago Houses, Pantries, Ward
robes. At tho tost of a fow
contn, hundroJa of dollars
worth of Olothing, Robes, 'etc.
can bo paved.
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