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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1907.
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C D. &. M. OFFERS REWARD
WHI Give $ioo to Find Who Shot
The C. I). & M. Traction com
pany dias offered a reward of $100
lor the. capture and conviction of
thn unknown who fired into one of
the company's cars on the Fourth.
When the southbound car passed.
.Spring and Third streets. Colum
bus, tho bullet crashed through n
window going over tho heads of
tho passengers and narrowly mis
Take the Postmaster's
Mr. F.-M. Hamilton, postmaster at
Cherry vale, Ind., keeps also a stock
of general merchandise nn&natent
medicines. Ho says: ''ChambenaTh's
Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy
Is standard hero in Us line. It never
fals to give satisfaction and wo could
hardly afford to be without it." For
sale by nil druggists.
Don't fail to xel a coupon on the
$30 McDougiJl Kitchen Cabinet wo
ore going o glv. away Saturday oven
Ing. Coupons freo If vou come to our
OUR JULY SALE OF
IS ON IN FULL BLAST.
Wash Goods worth F
from 8c to ioc yd. at JU
"Wash Goods worth from
12 I-2C to 15c yard
WEST CENTER STREET.
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Why -not put yourself Into
ono of our loose flowing Kl
monas. They Burely will
cause you a greater degree of
comfort and now is when you
Wq havo them in silk In
a number of pretty patterns
and lit tho lawn. Both the
long and short ctfects aAi
shown. Price 7Gc, $1,00,
$1. GO and $3,00.
Marion's Specialty Storo.
To do away on a vacation and
not he comfortably clothed, is far
worse than being comfortably
clothed and Hot doing away.
It costs but little to select a
complete vacation outfit here,
and you have the assurance of
correct styles and perfect worh
OUTING SUITS S5 AND UP
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS..50C AND UP
FANCY HALF HOSE 10c AND UP
GAUZE UNDERWEAR 25c AND UP
Promotion Exercies of Pros
pect School of Music.
LARGE CROWD ATTENDS
Program is in Chargeof Mrs.
Inskeep, the Instructor.
All of the Young People 'Who are
Promoted Take -Part In the
The annual promotion recital of tho'
Prospect School of Music was held In
the Prospect township hall ut 8 o'clock
Tuesday evening. A largo audience
was In uttonlanco and tho event
proved ono it the most pleasant mus
ical entertainments ever given In the
Thu recital was given under the di
rection of Mrs .Maude Drake Inskeep
and the remits of thu trnlnlnir from
jllils excellent Instructor was notleft-
uble in the work ot tho different par
ticipants. The. program opened with 11 piano
trio. '"Cupids Conquest." by Dale
Toms. Mnrgurot Welfley and Harold
Osborn. A minting song by Iris To
hln followed, after which .Margaret
Wottring rendered a vocal solo,
"From the South."
Dale Toms nave a recitation "Tho
Little Hens,'' and Gretehen Inglo
gave a declamation, "Mnrlonotts."
Hollo Sluirtz rendered n piano solo,
Mazurka." fiom Choplln. Harold Os
born pleasingly rendered tho "Guards
March' In ,1 violin solo. A song lul
laby was nlc?lv given by Louise Wot
tring Alice 'Jerpany played a piano
solo, in twu parts. "Shadow Picture."
b-Qulop Diirl'snne." Ruth Davis ro-
clted -Tho Garden Patty." and Alt
Deo gave "T'n Vlllago Blacksmith."
Ono of tho most plaslnir numbers
ot the progrum was a reading, "Pro
Patrla" by Miss Clara Wottring. Sho
responded to an encore and gave 0110
of Whltcomb Riley's famous poems.
Hazel Osborn followed with an In
strumental .election In two parts, a.
"CurlouB Story." b.-Splnnlng Song.
Louise Wolfing played "Tho Heather
Rose," and Vivian T. Knlckle nlcolv
rendered the first part of "Sonatlno"
from Kuhlaa. Claudleo Fern Noll gavo
a very flno j lano solo, playing "Fur
Ellso" from Bcfthoven.
ine program closed w th a nlnnn
solo by Edna Stockwoll. Sho rendored
.llogro Vlvuco" and Knecht Run.
At tho close of the program. Rov.
Mr. Schaff if Prospect presented the
diplomas to tho graduates whoso
names appear In the above program.
Gently moves tne bowels and at
tho sarao tlmo stops the couch.
Bee's Laxative Cough Syrup. Con-
tains Honey and Tnr. No oplatta.
Best for Coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Children llko It. Mothers
Gold by Flockon Drug Stor.
Tickets Fnn on a beautiful lamp to
bo given away Saturday, July 13. Get
a tlckot with each EOo purchase or
payment on account. Storo open to
night. Marld'i Clothing & Cloak Co.
Head of Police Department
Locates Former Captain.
IS NOW IN TENNESSEE
Says Will Pay Debts and
Get Square With World.
Wortbington , Who Disappeared
Month Aeo, Now Hotel Clerk at
Memphis Tulks with Relative.
After a eut'iiHtent search extending
through several weeks, Chief of I'ollco
Levi Cornwall today surceeueu in lo
cating the o.-raptaln of police, Arcn
Wortltlngton, who bo mysteriously dis
appeared from thu city about two
By telephoning a brother-in-law of
the former U'ptaln who resides nt
Stubenvllle, Chief Cornweli was In
formed that Wortbington Is located In
Memphis, Tennessee, where he Is em
ployed as a l'otel clerk. Charles
Fltzer, tho brother-in-law, disclosed
to the chief that ho had been to
Momphfa Bevcral days ago. Ho says
he saw tho captain and engaged In
conversation with him.
Wortbington declared to TNtzer that
he would lienor return to Marion to
live, but would work hard to pay up
the debts standing against him here.
He acknowledged that he had probably
made a mist ilea by leaving here, nnd
said that lis expected It would have
been n great deal better for him to
have renialn-l and faced tho music.
Fltzer state 1 that Wortbington did
not mention the name of his wife,
but remarked In conversation that ho
was going 'o louaro himself with tho
world by doing the right thing from
To Be Given Away
(A $30 McDoitgnll Kitchen Cabinet.
Coupons freo It you como to our storo
this week. Drawing Saturday at 8
P. m. McCLAIN'Sl
MKN WILL GIVE SOCIAL
Male Members of Presbyterian
Church Plan Afiair.
Thursday evening a social will be
held at tho J-irst Presbyterian church
nnd will 1)2 entirely In charge of the
men of tho -nngregatlon. Tho men
hnve arrangj-J all of the details ot the
ovenlng'H program. No admittance
too to tho nf'olr will be charged. Tho
program will 'legln at 8 o'clock.
Tho program will bo Informal In
every respect nnd will bo In churgo of
Georgo B. Chrlstlnn Jr. Rev. Paul R.
Hlch, pastor of tho Presbyterian
church nt Delaware, will bo present
nnd give an iddress.
Tlio salvo that acts like a ponl.
Uce Is Pine Salve Carbollzed. No
pthpr salva so good for cuts, burns,
bom and chapped skin. Ask about
It. Price 25 cts.
Sold by Flockon rinnr fltor.
I will pay $25 reward for Informa
tion that will ead to the conviction
ot thu thief who took black slate from
my filute yard the night of July 3, 4
or 5. F. It. Salter.
The color 'est car of the Erlo road,
which ban been stationed In tills city
for several days left this morning
for Dayton. Putrlck O'Nell, who Is in
chargo of tho car will exumlno tho
employees or tlio fourth division wbllo
C. A. Allen, division superintendent,
of tho Erie, passed through tho city
this mornlni; hllo enroute from Gal
lon to Dayton,
Y. M. C. A.
.7. II. Oatey, secretary of tho Y.
M. O. A. reported to the polico
this morning that 'ho had a bicy
cle Melon from tho rack in front
of the Y. M. C, A, last night,
Tho jKilico will inoka nn effort to
find th, wheel.
For constipation, thenj Is nothing
quite no nlco as Chamberlain's 8tom
ach nnd Liver Tablets. They always
produce a pleasant movement of tho
bowels without any disagreeable ef
fect, iPrjce, 25. cents. Samples freo,
CAME HOME TO DIE
Mrs. Marie L, Surdlvant Passes
Away at Home of Parents.
Mrs, Maria hi Sfurdivont, nged
thirty-eight yearn f Tampa, Flor
idn; died at Mho homo of, her par
ents, Mr. nnd Mm, Henry Ilnzen
of Knst Church street nt 2 o'clock.
Wednesday afternoon. Death was
duo io consumptau, from which the
deceased liad been HiuTerng for sev
eral nnontlm. ,j , i j
Two daughlerw , nnd one, son. re
siding nt Tampa; Florida, survive.
TJiroo brothers -nnd two sisters arc
Funeral uiirangemcnts have not
been completed .
illarry H. Waterman nnd Miss Eva
Mabel Sinister both of Marlon, hnvo
been licensed to marry.
The Iadlej' Missionary society of
tho United Brethren church, will
hold Its regular monthly meeting at
the home of .Mrs.. II. O. Dunn on
Elm street, Thursday ' afternoon at
1! o'clock. "
The Homo Missionary Society of
Epworth At. iE. church held a
meeting Tuesday afternoon at tho
ohnrcli. The meeting was very well
attended nnd tho members contri
buted liberally toward the making
up of n box. which i to ho sent
tn California. An tall day serving,
in tho JJiaoimont of tho churoh,
is planned .by the ladies ijor next
John II. Clark was in LaRuo today
on business. ,-,
Mrs. ,T. l, LUdwlg and son are
visiting friends la Cincinnati.
Mrs. P. J. UrTstley, of Edwards
street, has been called to'Martol by
the Illness of her mothor,
Miss Etta Rush ,hns returned from
Edison wheio sho was visiting rela
J. P. Ludwis; has' returned from the
East, whero ho has been purchasing a
now supply of goods for his storo.
Mrs. F. E. Guthery and her two
children left thls'Swiilng for Rlch-
monu vn., wnere mey win spenu mo
Misses Amy nnd Lauiettn Miller, of
Dayton, nro niiccts at-the homo of Mr.
and vMrs. Grant Davidson, of Gurley
Piles nro dangerous, but do not
ubmlt to nn operation until you
have first tried .Man Zan the Great
'He Remedy. It f& Dut up In col.
lapslblo tubes with, a nozzlo that
.Uowa It to be applied exactly whero
It Is needed. If you havo Itching,
bleeding or protruding piles and Man
an does not rellove, money re
funded. Soothes and cools. Re
lieves at once.
Sold by Flockon Drug 8tor.
QUEEN ESTHER CIRCLE
Miss Fannie Burgoyne will Enter,
tain Thursday Night.
Tho Qiteon Esther Circle or Ep
worth iM. 15. Church, will bo enter
tained by Mlrv Fannie Burgoyno at
tho homo r.f Mrs. Frank Click, on
Walnut streot, Thursday evening at
7:30 o'clock, Tho program will bo
as follows: . ,
(Devotional eerclses .
Business rs-inu. i"
Paper, "A Call To Sorvlce" Miss
Kate Titus. "
Paper, "A Itidorgarten for Llttlo
Porto Rleaus,"M!BB Elja Paddock.
Paper, "His Banner Over .Mo Is
Lovo"-ih8 Ethel Smith-
There is moro Catarrh In this sec
tion of tho country than all other
diseases put together, ond until tho
last fow years was supposed to bo
Incurablo. For a great many years
doctors pronounced It ,1 local diseasa
and prescribed local .remedies, and by
coustantly falling to euro with local
treatment, pronounced It Incurablo.
Sclenco has provon catarrh to bo a
constitutional diseasa and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
ilfall'B Catarh Curo, manufactured by
F, J. Cheney & Co,, Toledo, Ohio,
Is tho only constitutional curo on tho
market- tt Is taken Internally In
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon ful.
It acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surface of tho system. They
offer ono hundred dollaro for any case
It falls to cure, Send for circulars
Address. F. J, QHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c,
Take Hall's FamjJy Pills for constipation".
3 1 EVENTS? I
Oastner Millinery Store
Wiped Out at Noon.
LOSS REACHES $1,500
of the Blaze is
Mrs. E. Castner, Owner of Store, Is
Away on Vacation Loss Partly
Covered by Insurance.
Tlio mllllniry shop of 'Mrs. 13.
Casner, located on Wsst Center street;
was totally "Iped out by flro which
broke out while tho employes were 'at
dinner today noon. In less than IS
minutes, tho Are had completely de
stroyed evcrv valuab'o article In the
storo. A number of lino hats, hat
trimmings a'lil. ns ribbons am', silk,
sewing machines and display counters
iMrs. Castu.T Is spending her sum
mer vacation In Conuelsvllle, Penn
sylvania, and during tier absence Miss
43ellora Is In chargo of the
illss Sellers left thu store
about 11:30 o'clock and locking tho
door, went o the Dairy restauYant
for lunch. Sho had been absent from
tho storo scarcely flvo minutes when
the (Ire broko nut.
Earl Stafford, a member of tho flre
department, wns passing tho placo on
his way home to dinner. Seeing tho
blnze, which seemed to bo Just start
Ing nt tho rear or tho store, ho has
tened to alarm box No. 55, and turned
In a double nbirm. The Central, West
End, and Huber departments repond-
Despite tho fact that the depart
ments ma Jo excellent tlmo, when they
reached the flro tho destruction was
complete Tho silks nnd lint trim
mings burned llko tinder, and the
flames swept the room. Tho two
large plato gbiBs windows In the
front of tho room woro melted nnd
broken by fie heat from tho flames.
'J no damage of stock, anliin tmm
the damago to the bulldlnir will pv-
ceed $1,G00. About 7G ner cent, of tho
loss Is covered by Insurance.
Thirty days treatment fop iri,ino
bladder troubles and rheumatism for
11.00, Your money refunded If not
satisfied. Plneulea contain no nlco
hoi. Do not deranj" tho stomach,
Easy to take.
Bold by Flockon Drug Stora.
An Important Decision
Thoso who know havo decided It Is
a waste of time to hunt round trying
10 mm ns good styles ot Mllllnory as
reasonable In price as The Marlon
Clothing & Chiak Co. arc selling.
SCHWAB IS NOT
AFRAID OF A WAR
Now York, July 10 Qhnirlca if.
Schwab voiced his belief Tuesday
that Micro will bo no .war between
iho United States and Jnnnu do-
fipite the (proposed sending of nn
American Ileot of 10 battleships in
to Pacific waters.
As president of the great Bothle.
hem steel plant and maker of ar
mor plato and great guns his dec
laration is of tho utmost import-
nnco in tho controvorsy now raging
over tho prospective, display of
Ameiuwm nea power in the Orient.
Mr. Schwab further made tho
positive fctntement that the United
States can build flvo ba'HIoshjp to
Japan ' 0110 and that, in the event
of war Iwtwoen this country and
Jnnnn tho United States would ho
hl5 to build and equip war vessels
r.f nil descriptions in faster tuno
itlinu any other nation in tho world.
England and Germany not ex
cepted. ODD FELLOWS WILL
GO TO SPRINGFIELD
Toledo. O.. July 10 Springfield
was selected by Ohio Odd Fellows In
convention, Wednesday, ns tho placo
for holding the next session which
will bo given on tho second Tuesday
In July, 1903. Rework and East
Liverpool fought for It jn Tain.
Free Free ,
(Don't fall to got 11 coupon on tho
$30 tycDougall Kitchen Cabinet. We
nro going to glvo nway Saturday even
ing, coupons fiee If you cotne to our
It Is castor than It was to got out ot
one's own station tn life both upward
and downward. Birth and brilliance
have always admitted to tho great
playhouse of society, but today they
take money at tho doors. Tho Spectator,
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s oqAi 'MUi-U-jai)oaq q ,ub Mppoi
B.tloiiM. 'joqiojq spj 'jXMuj ui oqji
'oDuh uii jo Xuvdtnoo eqi U sum, o
uiq pauw pan uiju J3aq una u;bj oq
nsqM ibui,, 'uSuuipxa fiAiip y ,n
'mp 10 U9UOAU03 V0l SBAl 1J
LOOKING FOR MOLDERS
Columbus Man Wants Marlon Work
men to go to Capital City
A representative of tho Jeffrey 'Man
ufacturing Company ot Columbus, ar
rived In Ma -.on, Tuesday, looking
for molders. Local union men say
that the striKo which started at Jef
frey's a year ago Is still on, and for
that reason they refuse to accept em
ployment it Mio plant. The com
pany's representative Is still hero.
Cuts Wrist and 13 Uncon
scious for Hours.
Little Daughter of L. V. Uncnpher
Suffers Great Loss of Blood la
In a Serious Couultion
MifiH Jlargiiorito Unanplier, thq
four-ycnr-ohl daughter of Mr. nnd
Mirs. Luther Uncnpher of this city
narrowly cHcnpod death from a
hlcpding wouifd thi morning.
Mr. Uncnpher went to tlu Mor
ion cemetery cnrlv this morning.
accompanied by his little daughter
Marguerite, wiho oaiiTied u glnsa
can fllletl with flowers. While she
was running, she suddenly fell,
breaking tho glass nnd cutting a
severe wonnd in hor left wrist.
The child was quickly taken to
tho office of Dr. C. T." Wiant, on
south State wtreot whero the cut
was dressed. Sho was unconscioiw
for several hours and it was1
thought for a time that sho would
bleed to death from tho woimd.
However, whe Ls Juipixiving niijely
at a. Into hour fhiit aftniiioon.
GET THE CASH HABIT
Pass tho good word around
often, tho moro you buy the
ing rewrved in leather Shoes.
per cent or your money back.
Oxfords or high shoes, everything goes. For 10 days begin
ning July 10th. Scb Window.
NEW Y0RK STORE
FREE! FREE!! FREE!!!
Tlio O'Neill-James Co.- of Chicago, tho well-kuown manufac
turers and jobbers in Talking Machines, has placed us in a posi
tion to give to ovory family who spends $25 at our storo one
of tho , -.Mj.,Aijjjd
Grand Busy Bee Disc Talking machines
Tiiia machino is equipped with all tho latest improvements.
Mobley's Wondorful Sound Box and Morning Glory Horn that
gives a wonderful voluuio of music, reproducing th'j human
voico in all its rich, swoet tones.
Furthermore, with each additional , ?5 that you trado -at our
storo we will give you ono of tho famous 7-inch BUSY BEE
AMBEItlZED RECORDS FREE.
Wo ask you la cal' and inspect our complete lino of goods,
and assuro you full valuo for every dollar spent at our ptore.
BE SURE AND ASK FOR COUPONS
Never In tho history of tho manufacture of tho Disc Talking
Machino has thero been a Machino of tho high 'quality, as well
as appearanco. It is equipped with tho Morning Glory Horn
beautifully enameled in red, has Moberiy's wondorful Sound
Box, weathered oak Cabinet tho Motor and Gear having all tem
pered Bteel bearings. I
CALL AND SEE US 'AND nEAR SOME OF THESE REG
ORDS. .,aial , &
The Big Cash Store
D. B. GOODSELL.
Tho Wnrnor & Edwards Store
OUR JULY SALE
The Right Kind of
A gnarntccd Black TalTota
that is a yard wldo and the
quality is right. Bottor buy
it now 'You know tluro wi'l
not h any moro yard wiu0
Taffttan 'in roll- A i nn
ablo quality at . .J) UU
TI1I3 yard wldj Bilk ia light
weight and strictly all silk
0110 of the most desirable of
light weight rf j fjr
Bilks ...., (PliZCl
Tor summer wear. Tluy are
perspiration pi oof, tho 27 in.
start a t 50c. The'rh ftfk
36 in. aro ... .pI.UU
27 in. Taffotas
27 in. Ohiffon Taffeta
27 in. Heavy Tofftea.. 75c
tn t .. niL-i.ii m.op.i. or.
m zi m. u;uiux:hi xoiiuiu out.
to your friends. Como early and
moro you savo. Absolutely noth
Wo guaranteo to oavo you 25