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''THEiMARlON DAILY.fc,foillIU)R . W2DNESDAY, JULY 31, 1007
To take the stt&h? e&ge off
an appetite ikat won't wait
for mealB -
To sharpen a poor appetite
that doesn't care for meals
So nutritious, so easily di
gested, that they have become
the staple wheat food.
k In moisture and
dust proof packages.
National biscuit company
Given Honoring ;Mr. and
Mrs. 0. S. McNeil,
A&uaber of Local Secret Societies
Tlic Daughters o America mill
Limo City Council held U joint so
cial m t ho Wayside imll on West
Center htreet lrst night. The. occa
sion was "given in !'.onnr of Mr. innl
Mi. 0. S. McNeil, who left today
for Columbus, whore they will make
tltdii' future Jiouio. The attendance
was exceedingly huge innl the affair
proved A decided success.
In behalf of tlio Li mo City Coun
cil, of which Mr. McNeil is an ac
tive member, Dr. .1 C. Nichols
gave nil interesting tfpoee.li in which
hi Undo farewell to tho departing
associate. Mrs!. .John Eilsell spoke
words of farewell in behalf of tho
Daughters of America. A. (iuutette
from lUehwood was present and ren
dered a. number of pleasing solou
tlOlH. Sliortly .before tho close of tho
program,' Mrs. McNeil was present
ed with a fino set f table linen.
At the conclusion of the formali
ties, refreshments were served and
a general good social time was en
Tho DrtiltlR clrclo met Tuesday even
ing 'with a fair attendance, Only
lotitlne business waa eonsldured.
Uov. T. H. .Harold, of Cleveland,
ia visiting friends at tlio Sawyer San
atorium this week.
Tho Tied Men met Tuesday oven-inp-
in Iho lodiro hall wilh only a
J'nir attendance. Routine business
was (transacted, after which tho
time, was spent socially,,
Cauby JMlgt', No. 51, Knights
of Pythias, transacted business of a
loutiiie nature at the meeting held
Who Ouard of Honor of tlio Com
panions of Foresters will hold no
more special drl!l meetings until
further notice. All members ate ex
pected to attend tlio reKUtur meetings
iMarion Chapter, No, 02, R. A. M.
mot last night In special session and
conferred the royal urch degree on a
class of candidates. The meeting was
PROMINENT LEADERS IN
SOCIETIES ARE MARRIED
Mansllold, O., July 31. Miss Jen
nie McLaughlin, past department com
mander of Ohio In the Woman's Re
lief Corps, and Major Einiuet F. Tng
gurt, past department commander of
tlio Ohio G . A . R . , were quietly mar
ried In 'Mansfield today. Miss Mc
liiijghllii ,1b u daughter of General Mc
Laughlin.' Tlje marriage Is a culmina
tion of 'a 'romance wlilch Hturted whllo
the brldo and groom were at tlio
head of the two societies.
Hallucinations In the Sickroom.
Physician Tho majority of my pa
tlents aio victims of a peculiar lutllii
Druggist Indeed! What Is tho na
Pliynlclan They seem to think 1
haven't uuy earthly uso for mouey,
Utlca. N. Y. Observer.
WC CURRY M FULL LINE OF
' FANCY STATIONERY
So Say Frieiid3 of Foraker
Washington Thinks Roose
velt is Slighted.
Washington, D. C, July 31. Watt
tho action if the Ohio Republican
state central committee yesterday, In
opposing the elimination of Foraker
and Dick from public life Intended as
a slap at President Hoosevelt?
It Is no seciet In Washington thnt
the president believes that Foraker
ought to bo "eliminated." Certainly,
Hoosevelt could not subscribe uu-
(pialllledly to the statement made by
the committee that tho services of
these statesmen have been "distin
guished by ability, wisdom and patri
otism." Moieover, It Is pointed out
that thero Is a noticeable nbsonco In
tho resolutions of the comtnlttee of
any referenco to Roosevelt and Roose
l'oiHicjans nero are speculating us
to tho purpose behind this action of
the Ohio Republican leaders. For
aker' s friends bore say thn light baa
GOVfiRNOR DISAGREES WITH
If ROOSEVELT AND URVBRIDGE
Elkhart, Ind, July 31. Governor
Manly, before the Chuiitau.ua assem
bly today, took Issue with Senator
child labor regulation
President Roosovelt's In-
herltanco tax Ideas, and with the gen
eral proposition that national gov
.eminent s to take charge of the IntI
mate affair of tho states. Ho de-
ciareu mat the states, not the nation,
should solvo problems that are com
JUDGE IN POWERS CASE
VACATES BENCH TODAY
Georgetown, Ky., July 21. Special
Judge Robblns vacated
tho bench In
the Caleb Powers trial
Ho has a reason that his record of
nine yenrs as Judgo hud not been at
tacked before, and that whllo allega
tions In the affidavit of Powers were
untrue, ho would vacate under tho
circumstances. Ho denied thnj: us a.
Democrat ho was prejudiced. Gover
nor Hertkhain will name a now Jutjhjo.
Samples Changed Hands.
It was In a country tavern whore e
newly arrived commercial traveler was
holding forth. "I'll bet my cuso of
samples," ho said, "that I'vo got the
hardest namo of anybody in this
room." An old farmer In tho back
ground shifted his feet to a wanner
part of tho stovo. "Ye will, will ye?"
he drawled, "Wn-ul, I'll havo to take
ye up. I'll bet ?10 against your sam
ples that my nanio'l! beat youm."
"Done," cried the salesman. . "I've got
the hardest namo In tho country. It
Is Stone." The old man oxpoctorated.
"Mine," ho said, "Is Harder."
Fooled the Wise Men,
Leibnitz, opo of tho groat men of
lltorature,who died In 171G, wlahed
to Join n. society of alchemists who
were prosecuting a soarch for the
philosopher's stono. Ho compiled a
latter from tho writings of the most
celebrated alchomlsts and sent It to
tho society The letter conslptod of
tho most obscuro terms he could llnd
and ho himself, he said, did not under,
jtund a. word of It Afraid to bo
thought Ignorant tho society Invited
him to Its meetings and made htm boo
Tho "Eaton Hurlbut" flrBt
brought to Marion by us. Too ex
pensive for ordinary letter writ
ing 'till recently. Oth'ar brands
IS CALLED HOME
Passes Away White Sleep
Ing in a Chair.
Mr. Lawrence Kiel, Aged 88, Dies
Suddenly, nt Home of
Mr. Luwionce Kiel, aged 88 years,
died at tho liomo of his son, I'eter
Kiel, of Kust Farming street, at, 11
o'clock Wednesday morning, ills de
mise was duo to old age and n compli
cation of diseases.,.
The deceased was ono of the oldest
residents of tho elty. He bad lived
hero nbout four score years and was
widely known throliEliotit Morion
county. Although lie had been rap
Idly falling for tile past several
months, his dcith came as it sudden
shock to the family and tlio many
friends of Mr. Kiel. Ho arose from
bis bed nbout 10 o'clock and spoke of
feeling unwell. An hour later ho
parsed away while peacefully sleeping
In Ills favorlto reclining choir.
Besides the son at whose home
death occurred, ouo daughter, Mrs,
Fred Hochstetter, residing on South
Vine iitreet, survives. Funeral ar
rangements have not been completed.
MMMBEU OK INTKUSTATlf
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('on.uiissioner Clark of Iho Inter-
stnte Commerce commission today
....l.l il.t i.. r. .n..n.lm,,.ln .lid.
ruled that in a pioportionato dis
tribnlion of ?irs to mines, railroads
must take into account private and
loroign care ns well ns regular sys
tem care. A case rmo before tho
commission on complaint of tho
Ohio Railway commission against
the Hocking Valley and Wheeling;
& Lake Erie roads.
STORY OF GRAHAM
Graham flour Is so named from Dr.
Sylveiiter Graham, who In 182!) Ilrst
used and strongly recommended food
made from unbolted flour. Tho Gra
ham .bread and crackers made In
thoso days were coarse and unpalat
able and were eaton more as n diet
ary obligation than ac an enloyablo
lint, In accoi dance with tho theory
of Dr. rjraliani, foods made from this
flour proved to be very beneficial. The
strengthened tho np-
petite Improved and the coarseness
of thn flour has a Humiliating elfect
upon the digestive orgntiB. x
The Graham foods, through experi
ment and skill, became more and
more palatable until finally tho real
(liaham Cracker -the tempting food
was produced by tho National Hlscult
Company. Its flavor Is that of the
sweet, nutty kernel or wheat, almost
a dessert It Is so rich and delicious.
Used Instead of bread at any meal, It
riiiiiisdics nn agreeable change.. For
lunch or lato supper It satisfactorily
takes tho place of meats and heavy
food and leaves none of their 111 ef
fects. As a ceieal at breakfast, nntn-
'luglng can evcel Graham Crackers and
ft en pi.
Tho National Hlscult Company Gra
ham Crackers are packed In moisture
and dust-proof boxes, keeping III nil
their oven crlspness, freshness and
flavor. When you open a box It
Is equivalent to taking them from the
loven, and tnererore uraiiani uracic-
jers should bo served from tho original'
.package to bo enjoyed at their best.
All grocers keep the Graham Crackers
Ot tho National Hlscult Company.
Woman's Life Saved
Not.Oho Uut Thousands.
Kalamazoo, Mich, "Looking luck
over nefiflyV thirty years of medical
service rjSjwlored io suffering hu
tiianHy;lt$lomt of tho most pleas
ing" reflations ot my lite thai 'by
carefill reswrch and study, I -Siaye
been enabled, not only In geulm
practice, but by apHnl remedied, flo
bo instrumental in waving lire, pro.
motlng health, and bringing happl'
hess to thousands and thousands, of'
suffering mortals " RJev. R, Pongelly
Kklaunizoo Mien., dis
closed thov.fact that In mentioning
Bpwlnl romtSJIoa nboie, Dr. Pongcl-
ly rc-rorrpju ui Qua oxponvmco or
more .than fVenly years of actual
practice dnnLhu trHitmoiit of. the dla.
ensea ot woinon, uuntig . wnioii tuna
ho Ihvnrlab'lyC prescribed Zoa-PJiora,
the iwoll-lciio'wn "WomahH Friend"
and regulator, and wliloh lias found
ready Briie'atnong tho reliable drug-
glws or tho Hand. If you .taw sick
or ailing," you mill undoubtedly de.
slro to teat the merits of this val
uable wbihan's inedfolno. Just ask
your dnig-gtsij for Zna-Phora. No oth
er explanation will lm needed. You
will get tlia prescription used so suc
cessfully byDr 1'engelly, already
prepared undj compounded In Just the
right proportions and put up In ceai-
ed, eterlizcd, ono ollar bottles.
In each pooltago will bo found a
copy ot "Dr.. Peiigolly'a Advice to
IWomen," a',nedinl book, giving In-!
.tercstiiiB and Imunietlvo information
laboilt nI1 th'oldlsenws of women and
hlie yfay to 9uopessfully treat them
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in mo privacy or your own uome
without any'-'publlclty whatever. (Edl-
Orlglnof Mr. and Mrs.
In earlier .times the ordinary man
wa3 simply -William or John that 1b
to say, ho liad only a Christian namo
without nny ifclnd of "handle" beforo
It or Biirnamof otter It. Some meana
of dlBtlugulBlilne ono John or William
from anothor'jfolin or William becamo
necessary, Nicknames derived fiom
a mnn's trado'pr his dwelling place or
from some personal peculiarity wore
tacked on tojfls Christian namo, and
plain John beSanie lolin Smith. And
yet theio werp no "mfster3" In tho
land. Sohui.John Smith accumulated
more wealth .tfiun tho bulk of his foP
lows becamuffperhapa a landed pro
prietor or an Wiployer of hired labor
Then ho began to be called In tho
Normnn-Frencb of.Uho day the "mals
tre" of tills place or that, of these
workmen or ot those. In time tho
"mnlBtro" Or ''mnlster." as It soon
became, got tacked on beforo his
name, and ho becamo Malstor Smith
uud his wlfo wan Malstross Smith.
Qrndually tho nouso of possession wan
lost sight or, and tho title was con
ferred upon any1 kind by mero pos
session of wi-.ilth or holding position
of more or Ie t consideration and Im
y Superfluous Hair
Short sleeve gowns demand
smooth white arms, free from hair
growth. MANDO, the most de
pendabie depilatory known, will
remove nil hair without burn or
scar. Accept no substitute.
Price, $1.00; samples, 10c.
JOSEPHINE LEFEVRE "ft&''k9'
H..I4 It "I'lIU UUMULIC PlIAHMAU
AS THE SITUATION LOOKS TO SOME.
v, 111. ri 'ml ! II
Mrs. Joseph l'artlow and Mrs. Sher
man S. Trump tuitprfatnoit the mem
bers of the Cuclr&club'nt the homo or
tho lnttoitf on .1phii8l,roet yesterday af
ternoon. J The, Kitests assembled at 2
o'clock and the hoofs until fi were
spent with music, embroidery work
and nodal chat. Special social fea-
lures were two guessing contests, In
which Mrs. Harry Ohls and Mrs. Low-
is Ithl won tho prizes. A two course
luncheon, served by the hostesses was
a concluding feature.
The club's next meeting wilt be
held at the home of Mrs. S D Denz,
ot South Vine street.
The Mmb raidery club of Prospect
enjoyed si picnio nnd outing at
Gast' grovu Wednrsdny. The mem
bers of tlio club, with their fami
lies, visited the pnik early in the
morning-, and the day was passed
pleasantly at various outdoor
aiuusemenls. At noon an elnhornte
dinner wn4 enjoyed.
The Sunday School class of Kdward
Uncnpbor, of tho Free Raptlst chinch,
was entertained last evening at tho
home of Miss Emma Croft, on East
Center street. Fifteen members of
the class were present. Tho evening
was spent at niunlc and gnmes. Re
freshments were served.
The out of town guests wero Misses
Winifred and Theo Cast, of Prospect.
An "In" and "Out" Problem.
, Tho Association of Collegiate Alum
nao at n recent meeting listened to
nddressos from six women who had
Jicld fellowships from tho nssoclntlon,
says tho Youth's Companion. Four
or tho six may write Ph. D. or LItt.
D. after their names. Their researches
have been In dlvorso Holds Roman
archaeology, old English, comparative
psychology, aesthetics. Their stories
of their work show their vigor and In
genuity 'In tho pursuit of knowledgo,
and humor In facing tho dinicuWes of
For examine, ono of them wlshod to
study a manuscript In tho monastery
of Monto Cnsslno. Sho found tho
rules of tho order foibudo any woman
to woik In the library or any manu
script to be taken out. But a gentle
appeal to tho abbot resulted In his
pending tho desired treasure to the
porter's toom at tho gate. I3y a freo
construction or the regulations tho
book wub thero said to be "in" and
tho maiden was said to bo "out," and
all requirements wero met.
There Is more Catarrh In this flec
tion of tho country than all other
(IIbcubch put togqther, and until the
last few years was supposed to bo
Incurable. For a great many yeara
doctor.1) pronounced It a local dlseaso
and prescribed local remedies, mid by
constantly fnlllug to euro with local
treatment, pronounced It Incurable
Science ban proven catarrh to bo a
constitutional dlseaso and therefore.
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Cat arb Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney &. Co., Toledo, Ohio,
Is tho only constitutional euro on tho
market- It Is taken Internally In
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoontul.
It acts directly on the blood nnd mu
cous sin face of tho rystom, Thoy
offer ouo hundred dollarn for any case
It falls to cure. Send for clrcularn
Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 7Bo.
Take Ilall'fl Family Pllla for consti
iHO.OOO Post Cards S
W ni- The Hei til iv
(W j ;r ;
(jv week. Hundreds o( different kinds to jtt
fj choose from. Help yourself and' pa)' ;ji
jjj the clerk.
1 THE HEADLEY DRUG CO. 1
" '- '-5 -2s i3s -a i2 2 '-2! isx
ONE DOLLAR A WLEK.
How to Make It Grow and Double
Up If Carefully Ufed.
According to the annual loport of
tho New York Savings banks tho
number of depositors Is now -JCCv
295, and the total or their deposits
lu over $1,400,000,000. un amount
greater than the bonded debt of tho
These depositors, who outnumber
the inhabitants of Manhattan Ibland,
are to be commended far their wIb
dom If nil men of small means wero
to follow their example, the communi
ty as a wholo would be much better
off. There waB not one savings bank
failure in tho past year Theie Is
not a Blngle savings bunk now whose
report is not creditable to Its man
agement, and whose solvency 1b not
In these days of get-rich quick
schemes, of mining stocks, of specula
tlou In buckotshopa, poolrooms, on
tho curb and In the wtock exchange
It Is most timely to turn to the buv
lugs banks and to point out the su
periority to every man of small earn
ings and limited means or depbslting
a definite surplus regularly at Intel
est For a rich man to speculate Is ono
thing. Ho can afford to lose some
money. He has time for personal in
vestigation of the ilak, nnd he has
tho power to enforce his legal rights.
He may win or ho may lose, but In
either cubb the transfer of wealth Is
not a vital matter
To all the men who woik for wages
or on salaries their only pope for a
peaceful old ago and for a life free
fiom racking money cares Is to pro
vide beforehand ror the Miture. They
should take no rlak When thoy spec
ulate they stake their family's ruture
and their own peace of mind against
a few dollars. Uven weie tho chances
equul and in the case of u small man
the uddt) me ulwuys against him
tho rlBk which he takes Is vasll ills
propoitlonalo. to, any. possible gain
Jewish Soldier's Gallantry.
Sergt. Joseph Miller, D. C M , of
Die King's Royal Rltles. who hits Just
lecelvod a commission as lieutenant
In tho King s African Rifles, Second
battallou, Is the drat 3ew to win the
D. C. M. He gained It during the
war In Somallland, nnd tho pnity ot
which ho was a member were In a
veiy tight place. Thero was ono
chance. If a man could rldo through
the swarma ot armed natives, help
might be procured. Without a mo
incut's hesitation, young Miller vol
unteered for the mission. Ho was
surrounded lu tho bush, aud his horse
was shot under him, but with his er
volvera he dispatched four Somalls,
and was able to attarct the attention
of the Urltlsh enmp, with tho result
that assistance arrived In time to res
cuu the Intrepid scout and ulso to re
Hevo the besieged paity on tho other
sldo or tho bush. St. James" Qasetto.
Proper aging -brewed at the right
temperatures when marketed
filtered so it's absolutely pure,
A Pure Food Titer
"Brewed by Dostal Rroa. in llu-eyrus."
No man will ever have "brain storms" from provok
ingly rough collars if they . ajxHiyfviQ
are laundered here, Anu IUIN
Avoid "brain storm,'' LAUNDRY
'Sale of post cards )j
Hrncr Cn nil rMc ffi
115 W. Ceater St.
us s C: & Zi Zi SZi 1Zi tii Z: t
A. W. Houghton Meets With a
A. W. Houghton, or Gurley ave
nue had one of his fingers mashed
while serving as Wells-Fargo ex
press messenger Tuesday. Air.
Houghton was running in place of
i Messenger 13. .1. Saiter, and re
eehed tho injurj near Dayton. The
linger was badly lacerated by the
closing of the door of the expivsu
car. Mr. Houghton is off duty to
day as a result of the accident. He
is employed regularly as messenger
at tho union station.
Congratulations Made Easy.
It Is said that In the late '70s and
earl) '80a. when the late Lord Fal
mouth's colors Were welt nigh Invin
cible on the turf, Lord Rosebery had
a hundred forms printed, beginning,
"My dear Falmouth, allow me once
again to congratulate you on the auo-
cesB of vour horeo in another
clasBlc race.' etc. He used to fill In
these printed forms with the animal'
name and that of the race.
Aftor Lord Rosebery's ICermegja
hud beaten Lord Falmouth's own flllf
la the Champagne stakes at Donci
ter, Lord Falmouth retallnicM nmi .,,,
'one of these forma back again' with
"ltoseoory substituted for "Fal
mouth," and ICyrmesae for the librae
that had been forwarded to him.
Tillman's Good Definition.
A icporter asked Senator Tillman
rather maliciously what ha thought
ot a certain opponent's speech.
"My boj," said the senator, "it wka
like a tine bottle or champagne."
Yoj, '" mm mured the reporter,
lather tuken abiiclc.
Yea." aald Senntor Tillman; "lou
of fiuth and very dry."
wo sen Accideht
At very low prices. Secara
yourself against loss or
accident or siclfness.
MILLS & BROWN
l. O. O. V. BLOCK.
Good juicy b teaks are a
great delight to tho cook
who takes the trouble to have
the best sho can obtain. Oct
them at either of our mark
ets and you will ba pleased.
i n d m
North Main . Cento
We move and store
your goud.4 and do
all kinds 01 transfer i
work. Phone 155.
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