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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1907.
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FACTORY SAMPLE OXFORDS
MEN, we have just received
2000 pairs of Sample fwf
Oxfords-..that are all of
tfeis season 's r-nejv; yand
stylish designs, that -are
worth $3.50 and' $4 a'
pair, made in Patent Colt,
Gun-metal Calf and Rus
sia Calf, blucher and but
ton styles; tomorrow they
will be ready at the one
To Bo Given Away
A $30 McDm.gnll Klcchccn Cabinet.
Coupons froo If you como to our storo
this week. D awing Saturday nt 8
P- m. McCLAIN'S.
They cut flue.
Order one of us
F. J. LUSCH
N.B. Cor. BtaU ft Cntr 8t
CIIAS. TURNER a CO.
havo a fine lot of fresh Wat
ermelons. They cut ripa and
Taney Rlpo Bananas
Pancy Sweet Oranges
Do not forgot our meat
mar with tho best of frosh
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Yachts, riilaus, Braids, Manillas, Cantons
and $4 Samples
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SAMPLE SHOE STORE
WEST CENTER STREET
Walks and Driveways to be
Installed This Summer.
FINE WELLS DRILLED
Service Board Wants Short
Members Say Pavement i Cannot bt
Kept Clean Bccuuse of Unpavedlnm''1 teams to make tho deliveries
Sections -Board Meets.
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At (a regular meeting of the
Bervico board lust night tho cleik
was iiiutnictcd to, request the city
council to nuthorizo tho paving of
Hill street, Orchard street botween
Center and Ohurch blrcots. and
Chinch sheet from Olnoy nvcnuo to
(B. 1-'. Wsiplcs, who introduced
niiu luuuuu, Buuod unit mere are.
so ninny stretclics of unpmed
streetsin tho city that it is almost
impossible 1o kqj-p the paved streets
near tlicm clean. It will be the
"policy of tho board in tho future
to havo such places paved as fast
as w)ssible. Jn this instance the
pi'Qpcity owners will be assessed iae
oording to tho benefits dortvod
from the improvement.
The Iwiul and contract of Joseph
Murphy, for the construction of a
sanitary sewer and cellar drain on
Mary street was iceoived and ap
provod, Tbe bond and" contract of
II. W. Mann for laying sidowallcs
b r"u T" ' MBfaiaf
Bottdr than Regular
on Cummin. Mounds Wilson and
Cleveland avenues wcio approved.
Tho board passed a lesolutioli
permitting property owners on East
Center Bticet to kip the John street
bower and extend it west to Green
wood street, under the Supervision
of the city engineer. The work may
be commenced as soon ns tho con
sent of, Wallaco Wilson is filed land
tho property owners; ntako tho nec
The paik question was given con
sideration. Within a short lime tho
board will erect a wind-mill at Mc
Ivinlcy park, where a fine- well
has been .drilled. A proposition to
furnish BCiccninyt. at ijSl.;J5 tv yard,
for tho parkty was iceeved from
1. C. Scckel. Tho board recently
advertsed for bids "or tho work
jut none wore received. The quarry
ompaiucs stato that they havo not
n was tiecmeu iu oilier ;ou yarns
if burccuiiigs of Mr. Seckcl. who
e. to deliver tnein, at (jaraolu
j.ujk. TIiu sloi.o viJl bfc used in
il tho park.
Joseph Her was appointed in
spector of tho paving woik on
tfinnd Avenuo. B. 1 Schurz will
inspcot tho paving on tho Boulevard
ind George W. Kobcrtson will bo
tho inspector on Qirord avenuo.
rlio inspectors will roeoive ; a
jtay and must give close attention
to tho woik. The members of the
hoard want the inspectors to see
that all MHore and water taps nrc
iu befoie tho paving is complet
ed. Tho clerk was instructed to ad
vertise for bids for sandstone side
walks on Pennsylvania, Madison,
Mit. Vernon, Heed nd Olney avo
nuca and Superior stisct. The
bids will bo received up to noon
July HO. At the next meeting
a number oC other sidewalks will
bo ordered advertised.
At the meeting of tho hoard of
health Officer Lmtz reported onjo
diso of diphtheria, ono caso of
mumps and ono case of chicken
pox. Tho mombors talked over tho
question of compelling property
owners in the business district to
install military plumbing in thoir
buildings. It is planned to continue
the campaign until every owner has
complied with tho health regula
tions. Bad Burns QuicKly Healed
"I am bo delighted with what Cham
berlain's Salvo ias dono for mo that
I feel bound to wrlto and tell you
so," says Mrs. Robert My Hon, 457
John St , Hamilton, OntDrlo. "My lit
tle daughted had a bad burn on her
ltneo. I aplled a Chamborlaln's Salvo
and It healed hoaullfully." This
salvo allays tho pain of h burn almost
It Is for sale by all druggists.
METHODISTS BOYS WILL CAMP
Meotlng to bo Held Thursday Night
The boys of (ho Epworth Mathodlst
Sunday Schojl oro planning to go In
to camp sonio tlmo this summor. Thoy
will meot with Adam Bailor and J. H.
Oatoy nt Mm V. M. C. (A, building,
Thursday ovonlng, to discuss thoir
1,279 Moro Acres of Wheat
This Year Than Last
HENS DO GOOD WORK
During Year They Turn out
County Auditor Allen Compiles Iu.
tcrcBtlng Report of Agricultural
Statistics Lots of Planting.
County Auditor Charles h. Allen
has complctjJ tho agricultural Btnt
Istlcs ot tho cfimty for tho year,
showing tho .ccords tor both 1007 and
1000. Tho mords glvo cvldcnco ot
tho wonderful ngrlcultuial strength of
Tho wheat icports Bhow that 18,521
acres havo boon sown for harvest this
year against 17,215 acres In 1906,
which ylelds.1 211.C25 bushels. Pros
pect township leads with 2,171 acres
In wheat, whllo Green Camp Is sec
ond with 2,3(57 acres. Salt Rock Is
lowest with but 276 acres.
In rye, 183 acres havo been sown
this year, a gainst 200 last year. Salt
Hock leads with 66 acres.
Twenty-eljht thousand soven hun
dred nnd flfti-n acres of oats havo
been sown this year, against 23,619
last year. Last years yield was
dn corn there Is a smaller acreage
out this year than la3t.
In 1907, 13 375 acres were sown In
oats against -K,i33 last year, which
yielded 1,019.699 bushels.
LaBt year, f75 acres of potatoes
yielded 87,971 bushels. This year It
Is estlmateJ thnt 796 acres havo been
In 1906, 19,831 acres In grass, other
than clover produced 23,7"8 tons of
hay; 7,091 arcs of clover last year
produced 9,930 tons ot hay, and 3,
678 bushels of &ccd In tho county.
Tho report rhows that 238,800 gal
lons of milk were sold for family use
In tho county last year, and 429,105
pounds of b'i'tcr wcrj mado In homo
dairies. It s estimated that 10,490
pounds wero made ln"he. creameries.
Ono thousand po'unds of cheese wore
mado in tho county in 1906.
Marlon oounty.'hens, without work
ing ovortlmo, laid 815,905 dozon cggB
during tho year, anl it Is stated
that no hen laid nioro than ono a
day. Not moro than 100 dozen eggs
wero shipped beyond the limits ot
Of fertilizer, 878,133 pounds wero
used In 1900 It Is estimated that
not more th.i'i 517,600 pounds will bo
used this year. '
In applet 1,574 acres produced
During th3 year, 77,173 acres wero
under cultivation: 78.273 acre wnm
in paBturo; 13,823 acres In woodland.
and 1,239 ac-3i laid In waste
In April, t'ipro wero 6,147 horses,
1,521 beef ci Me, 5,463 milch cows.
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! A" "'"", "' u' "'". AU" f'assiuca
tlons, making a total of 12,326 head.
Tho sheap rrpoits show 47.892 hpmi
own?d In April of this year; 219 wero
Kiiieu Dy (IOK8, 27,784 hogs wero re
ported for taxation; 283.012 pounds of
ttooI wero nf.un in tho county dur
ing tho year I'jOG.
During 1900 tber'o died of diseases,
62 horses, 61 brad of cattle, .irr Rin
and 954 hog
A RECEPTION FOR
THE NEW MINISTER
First Christian Congregation
Greets Rev. Mr. Carter.
Home of George Gray on Davids St,
Is Scene of'leasant
Honoring uis Hov. .LoTloy Carter.
who was recntly ejected to tho pas
torate of tho First Christian church,
tho members of tho, congregation
gave a delightful recoptlon at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Oeorco Crav
of Davids s'nn-t, last evening.
Tho company, numbering about 45,
assembled at tho hono at 8 o'clock,
and aftor oxlendlng' cordial greotings
10 ino now Liator, an -informal uro
gram of spaeches wasenjoyed. Mr.
Gray gave the address.; of welcomo.
Ho assured the now niinlBtor that ho
has tho sup.)Oit of his concreKation.
and prophoai t an oxcpptlonally pros
porous and sue cessfuf year's work for
him. Following Air. dray's talk, a
numbor of tun nssoinblago feavo short
sppechos of welconio. Hqv. Atr. Cart
er rospondod in a short, spicy talk,
In which ho thanlted the audience for
Its pleasant rssurances.
Following Mis program, an elegant
two course luncheon was served, aftor
which tho .'rromblBgrichartored two
street cars mil enJoyoTln rldo over
tho city, Tho nrfnIwrthroughout was
n very olab irato ononhd was thor
oughly, enJo,r.i4 byvallSpreaent..
$20, $22, $25, SUITS
Bought week before last at a closing out price and they are
q yours at $15 All colors, all sizes.
$ HUGHS & CLEARY
C flam and Center Streets
Evangelist Brooks Says no
Other Conforms with Bible
APOSTLES USED IT
Sprinkling and Pouring not
of Divine Origin
Intcrestinc Doctrinal Sermon is
Glycn at Central Christian Rc
vival Service Tonight.
Tho special services to bo held at
tho Central 'Jli-'lstlan Church tonight
will bo ono of tho most Importunt
during tho icv'val. Uvangcllst Brooks
wll speak en "What's In a Name.'
Under this beading will bo discussed
ono of tho most cardinal points In the
doctrinal belief ot the Christian
church. It u a wel-known fact that
this religious body- has contended for
almost a conHiry that all christian
peoples should discard every namo
but tho slmp'c namo ot Christian
W. T. Brooks will speak to Justify
tho position of his people in tonight's
Two moro camo forward last night
at ho gospel ii.vltatlon. Thoro havo
been baptism? at every tcrvlco since
tho meetings began.
Tho subjoit ot tho sermon laBt night
was on "Tho Action of Baptism."
W. T. Broins spoko in part as fol
lows: "There wa no discussion In npos
tollc times M)i ut tho modo or notion
ot baptism. Thoy all bollovcd and
practiced olio thing. This Is evidenced
by their silence on tho question. Wo
aro lntcrestol In knowing whnt tho
will of Cod s concerning this ordln
nuco. "It should i.ot bo In our minds to
pleaso ourseNes. but to plcaso Al
mighty God. If tho holy command
means that wo should havo water
sprinkled or poured upon us, tben
I shall bo sat'rficd only with this.
If, when tlH Sav'or said, "Go yo and
baptize,' ho r..rant 'to immerso' then
suio'y nothing else should bo substi
tuted. "All rollab'i church historians say
positively that Immersion was the
universal oractlco of tho church for
many cenfi- te. Tho (lrst dovlatlon
from Immorclon was tho caso of Nova
tion. Mo was sick and tho church
leaders placad him on tho ground and
taking maijy ,alls of water, continued
to pour tho water ovor him until ho
was complocely saturated. Afterward,
so the hlstorl wip toll us ho desired to
Hold office In tho church, but was
not permitted to do so because he had
been "Irregularly baptized. This can
be found In the artlclo on "Christian
Baptism' In -ho Knclyconedla Brit-
"Paul, tho apostle, calls baptism a
burial.' If it Is not vnmorslon, then
some passajs aro absolutely mean
ingless, rho pcholarshlp of tho world
has declared that 'born of water' ro
fers to Chris 'an baptism. It is called
the now blrtl) and is n beautiful zip.
uro llkonod t. tho physical birth.'
ah or go:I'f children should wnnt
como torf.itner. in answer to thn
prayer of Mio Savior when Ho prayed,
""" rumor, uiai moy maye be ono
In us.' Thoro is not a rhureh nn m.
earth that will deny that Immorslon
Is baptism It Is common ground.
All can staad upon It and know of a
suroty that Ihev nrn hm, i,
churches can como to that position,
it win I10t bo a comnK t0 on(J nn
other, but when wo all (omo to Christ
wo will bo ron.ethor."
Tho aare. certain, reliable little
pills that do not gripe or oicken are
Dade's Little 'Liver Pills. Best for
lck headaches, biliousness and lazy
Sold by Flockon Drug Stori.
Miss Stella Dielsch HosteaB at
Home South ot City.
Miss StolU Pletsch very pleasantly
ontortalnod tho members ot tho Kp
wnrth leagio of tho Gorman .Meth
odist church with a social hold Tues
day evening at her homo south of tho
city. Fotty members ot tho league J
wero present nnd n most cnjoyablo
tlmo was sp.'if.
Tho Dlctscti homo was prettily dec
orated and t -cry effort was put forth
for tho cntsr'nlnment of tho leagues.
Tho social was opened by a short
business scss'on, after which tho
young pcoplo enjoyed social diversions
until a lato hour.
HOLDS RECORD A8 TRAVELER.
Great Distance Covered by President
of Illinois Central.
Chicago. President J. T. Harahan,
of tho Illinois Central railroad, enjoys
tho distinction of having traveled over
moro miles of railroad than any oth
er man In tho United States, If not In
tho world. In ,35 years ho has trav
eled 2,281,250 miles, and during Unit
tlmo has been In only ono accident
a small collision In which ho was
merely shaken and not Injured.
For 15 years ho travolcd an avcrago
of 150 miles a day, and for 20 years
an averftgo of 200 miles a day. Had
Mr. Harahan kept traveling In a
straight lino around tho world for tho
past 40 years, covering tho same dls
tanco ho has In flitting from placo to
place In this country, ho would havo
circuited tho globo 92 times.
President Harahan Is known to rail
road men all ovor tho country as being
"extremely closo to tho rails" moro
ao, perhaps, than any other railroad
official. That Ib to say, ho Is an in
voterato InBpoctor of tho tracks of tho
big system of which ho is tho head.
"I might say I know nearly ovory
rail In tho Illinois Control system in
timately," ho said, recently. "With a
good roadbed and well-made rails ac
cidents on railroads aro reduced to n
minimum., I moko It a rule to inspect
tho tracks personally, as far as 1 am
able, and I And tho knowledge thus ob
tained very valuable at times. I Bpond
about nlno months ot each year on
tho road attending to multitudinous af
fairs, as well as Inspecting tho load
bed." FINBACK WHALES TAG A CRAFT.
School of Leviathans Flounders Many
Miles Behind a Steamer.
Now York. Tho Atlas liner Vir
ginia, which has arrived In port from
tho West indies, had an odd experl- '
once with whales on her way up tho
coast, according to Capt. Felix Zack
and tho passengers. Jogging along
through a moderate swell, the Virginia
camo across a school of 25 whales 30
miles off tho Capes of tho Delaware
First the school was sighted not moro
than n mllo nway, and as tho steam
ship passed they turned and followed
In her wake. They wero finbacks and
ranged In length from 80 feet, the ap
parent bIzo of the leader, to 40 feet,
the length of tho smaller members In
tho rear guard.
The whales followed tho Virginia
from 11 o'clock Monday morning until
four a. m. Tuesday, when the steamer
was off Sandy Hook. Then the mam
mal headed east along tho Long Island
SPIDER WEBS FOR CUT8.
Primitive Treatment Falls, However,
and Receives a Black Eye.
Caramba, la. Spider webs aro still
used by many persons to cure cuts.
How this Idea started Is not known,
but there aro hundreds of families In
this and adjoining counties that be
lieve in tho euro Implicitly.
It Is tho Impression that no matter
how serious a fresh cut Is, tho appli
cation of a wad of spider webs will
quickly check tho flow of blood and
materially aid in healing the wound
A common sight in farmhouses
when ono of the help gets a slaBh with
tho corn knlfo Is tho housewife gath
ering a bunch of cobwebs on the end
of n broom and slapping them against
This prlmltlvo treatment, which has,
been condomned by physicians, got a
black eye last summer when lockjaw
developed In tho caso of ono patient
who tried tho web treatment., and he
died In agony.
Since tben the dust-covored webs
havo been permitted to remain or the
Meet us face to face.
Oxfords Worth $2.50, Sacrifice Sale Price t98
WHOLESALE HOUSES ARE THE LOSERS.
BEAT TV cSs L-OIMQ
QuicK 3ales and Small Profit Shoemen.
ONE OF THE NOVELTIES.
Embroidered Juniper Is Popular with
Tho ombroldercd Jumper Is ono of
tho novelties. It should bo made of
tic Bamo material as tho skirt and Ib
to bo worn over a sheer shirtwaist.
It Is a fascinating little garment'
and will repay tho troublo of making.
Tho waist fastens down tho back
and a box-plait may bo laid In th'
center to hide tho buttons and button
holes. The top of tho plait should
bo finished with a buttonholed scallop
to correspond with tho border.
Pad tho scallops by running them
with darning cotton before working
Tho leaves should bo embroidered in
tho solid satin stitch, tho stems In the
outline and the dots and flowers can
bo dono as c clots, In tho solid era'
broidery If preferred. Use white mer
cerized cotton No. 25 or 30, according
to tho quality nnd weight of tho linen.
Nearly all b?ts havo the faculty of
hibernating. Their hibernation, how.
over, Is not perfect that Is to say,
that when the warm days occur In ths
middle of winter they wake up, to
gether with tho Insects which aro
their food. Still, theirs Is a truo hi
bernation trance, differing from sleep,
with very low rate of pulse, heart ac
tion and respiration. Probably they
would endure Immersion In water for
an hour or two without drowning, as
other hlbcrnators have been found to
They aro known tho world
over,. Thomas L'iptoa to
tho largest tea planter and
importer In tho world. His
Coylon & India teas aro rec
ognized as standards of ex
cellence both In Europo and
We havo a complete lino of
his teas. If you aro inter
ested call for a sample.
Phones 39. 209 L. Center St.
Agency (or Woods Boston Colfcct
Have you got what
No other store can
serve you so well as
Clothing for men,
women or children.
Cash or easy pay
ments. Store open tonight
Marion Clothing &
We will treat you RIGHT.