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THE MARON DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAT, AUGUST 8, 1907.
Good Juicy gtoaks aro a
great dolight to the cook
who takes tho troublo to have
th best feho can obtain. Got
them at olthor of our mark
eta and you will bo pleased.
North Main Etnter
Moxio on ico
Buy a bottlo and son tho
benefit you dorivo from it.
F. J. LUSCH
N.H. Cor. BtaU ft CnUr 8U.
Squandered is of no benefit.
Tho small sum ol $50 used
judiciously might help you a
great deal. Tl you can uso
this amount or more or less
We can accommodate you on
Loans on household goods,
pianos, horses, etc., situated
anywhere in Marion. Hardin,
Wyandot orGrawlord counties
Marion Chattel Loan
131 ua E. Center Street.
We Bpend a good doal.of our
timo In our bedrooms. Bo
wo spend what wo ought in
the furnishing of tho room?
It should bo neatly and
conveniently furnished, and
may bo dono luxuriously by
Wo are showing a special
line of boautiful thing? at
figures to suit ovorybodyfs
WEST END FURNITURE
Bowman & Schoonbcrgor.
is cheaper because it
makes more bread to tho m
sack than other FlourS. '
If you would be con
vinced try ifcijq&eqdr.byt
than all others combined.
For sale at all grocers
and made only by
Marion Milling &
Rono'ercd in .the Thompson
SUITS MUST BE FILED
In' Place Whero Husband is
Ruling will Prove Great Obstacle
a Bringing Family DesetteiB to
A. decision rendered by Justice Har
ry C. fhompnn, Wednesday after
noon, will prove a great obstacle to
tho bringing of non-support cases In
thq future, uccjrdlng to tho belief of
local attorneys. Justice Thompson
rutdd that when a man deserts his
family and n elects to provldo for
his children, tho wife must bring her
case for non Eupport In tho placo
where her hufband has his place of
residence. And unles sho can pro
duce cvldonco to tho contrary, what
ever tho hush tad states on tho witness
stand will shov whero his actual placo
of resldcnco Is.
Tho decision, it Is stated, will mako
It qxtrcmcly difficult for tho Marlon
County Human Society to contlnuo Its
warfare against unfaithful husbands
and fathers. In tho past tho society
has beon causing tho nrrost of numer
ous men who have deserted their
fnmllles, tho wives merely filing affi
davits In tho local courtB.
According to tho decision given by
Justice. Thompson, all of tho non sup
port proccedlnss of tho past hao been
Illegal. In tho groat majority of tho
casos. It Is claimed, tho affidavits
should havo been filed In tho cities
where tho moil went after deserting
Justlco Thon'pson based his deci
sion on a ruling given only about
threo weeks ago In tho stato supremo
court, this ruling having been cited
by iHoko W. Donlthen, attornoy for
tho defendant In a case brought
through tho Humane society.
Tho caso w.vj that of Gcorco Thnmn.
son, a former loial drayman who was
arrested In Limn Saturday, charged
with having deserted his wlfo and
four small children" hero several
week,, ago. Mrs. Thompson filed tho
afftdnVlt nt Km Instigation of tho
Mrs. Thompson ndmltted that aho
bad received a letter from her hus
band, stating -bat ho expected to tako
Mb family to Lima. On tho stand
ihompson swovo that It-bad been bla
ntontlon to Im,ko Lima his future
home, and this statement established
his residence there, according to tho
decision of tho justlco. To prosecute
her husband. .Vgally. Mrs. Thompson
affidavit."'0 S;n0 t0 L,ma t0 flI her
Thompson wj.j dismissed and It Is
said that ho a-d his wlfo are again
living together. They reside on Sh
rfT,PeVtreCt '" ft srft11 1'ousVad-
marSA0 C"y ,0t- Thoy have "een
married 16 y0i)J.fl mA nccord t
Chances for Keeping Plant
Only Question Unsolved Is That of
Securing $ Competent Man
A meeting: of ithq special com
mittee appointed to npprabe tho
proporty of itho Mariou Manufactur
ing company and to devise wayj
laud yuieans of keeping the shop in
Mnnon, and tho directors of tho
Commercial club was held this af
ternoon. Tho committee made a verbal re
poit olj its investigations and it is
tate4 'that tho chances of the shop
remaining in this city and being
operated by a new company aro
wry bright. Tho gentlemen who
aro interested in 'tho project say
that about 'tho only question tliat
is confronting them is 'tho finding
of tho proper m'anager for tho con
pern. Anothor meeting will bo held to
moro definite action will bo taken,
inoto definite action will b o taken.
Born, a son to Mr. and Mrs. II. H.
cOirary, of Pennsylvania avenun
tills morning. n IHJlKilMH
Marshall 15. DoWolfo, Itobort U.
Lucas and Hai"
Hume will entertain
nt ho home of tho
Mt. iVernon avenue.
first named, on
The trustees of the Wnddcll La
dies' home held a monthly meeting,
Wednesday afternoon and transact
ed routino business.
Funeral services over tho remains of
M. V. Payne will bo held Friday at-
tornoon at 2 o'clock at tho residence
on West Columbia street. Interment
will occur In Marlon cemetery.
fir, N. 'W'iffnoldV of Blalno av
ie, this city, ha3 assumed tho man
agement of th.i Bell Novelty Adver
tising; company of rJellcfontalnc, Ohio,
lie will mako hla headquarters In that
Dr. H. J. Lower Performed an on-
eratlon upon John Potter Wednesday
afternoon. Potter had his loft hand
bruised several days ago and an nb
srcsB rosulted, thus necessitating a
Bin-gicai operation. His condition ia
Tho Marlon Countv Poultry nt-nw.
era' association held a regular meet
ing at tho office of rir. v.. n niM,.
nrdson, Wednesday evening and dls-
cubhcu plans lor mo show to bo given
during tho coming fall. A boclal
Besslon followed tho business meet
ing. Qeorgo Hcsb. of OInov nvnnim w
ovorcomo with heat while working In
tho smelterlng shop at tho Marlon
diuuih anovei plant Wednesday nfter
noon. Ho was remnvrri in , i,-
iPltal department of tho shop, where
.;. i.nysiciHii rendered medical
attention. His condition is not ser-
Tho Sunday School of Bpworth
Al. lo. church u holding its anntial
picnic at anriicld jraik 'this ntcr
iioon. So oral liundrod people vis
ited the nark betwrnn .)., i.n,.. r
2 and 5 and this evening it is ox-
i..i nun, mi immense crowd will
nshotnblo to enjoy a band concert
and lire works. ,
FAVORING C. D. & M.
Given Permissisn to Con
struct Grade Crossing
Pennsylvania Road Hob Given No
tice ot Appeal Bond Placed at
Tho Columbus, sinrion nnd BucyruB
Eleptrlc Hallway company has been
granled pcrmlBi.ion to construct a
grade crossing over tho lino' of tho
rcnuByivnnia ompany, just outsldo
tho north corporation limits. This
permission wd3 given In a ruling
niado Wcdneslnv evening by Judge
B. O. Young in tho court of common
pleaB. Tho Pennsylvania company
"" Biveu nouto, or an appeal and Its
bond has been placed at $1,000
Tho interurban company petitioned
for permission to build tho grade
crossing and tho Pennsylvania pro
tested, claiming that a crossing of
that kind woul.l nniim,,. i. -..
or tho public and would causo lr-
.ijamuiu injury to it property, it
demanded that tho Interurban com
pany be coninp'lpil tn t...iij i. . .
olther .below tho Pennsylvania track
Norfolk, Va., Aug. 8-Yesterday
won observed ab Knights of Pythias
day at tho Jamestown exposition,
with special parades and demonstra
tions by tho Qhio, West Virginia
and Virginia Pyhtians of the uni
formed rank now in camp .hero.
Neighbors Get Real Mad
jooin uusuea to the Mavnr inr
Warrants-rHls Honor PatcheB
up Matters Nicely.
Gordon Putnam and Fred Korwppknr
neighbors on Gtorgo street, have been
In considerable troublo latp.lv iiponnnn
lot Putnam'B chickens getting onto
I the proporty of Kerwecker. Tho men
haVO almost COmu to lilnwn nn covornl
Joccnslons and the climax waa reached
Wednesday night when pach threat-
uneu mo otner witli sudden death or
bometning like' that.
Thon Putnam 'hurried to fim -
or's bffloo' and Iliad n"warfant issued
for Kerwockir. Tho latter got to
tho mayor's offico for tho purpose of
filing an affidavit against Putnam
shortly nftorward. Tho mayor stopped
iinu mo auair ana nnaily aftor It had
be?n talked ovtr and ho had heard
both BldCB tho moil ntrrAoil in ,11..
"" vw uvwmg
iruco nnu jrior slinking hands loft
tho offico together,
Charles Phillip! waa brought up In
tho mayor's court Inut nut . ,,...
ing a liou8o from Qeoifie street to
.mra wunout a permit. It waa
claimed that Jeirerson stroot was
damaged by tho two traction onHnou
used to movo tho structure Phllllpl
agreed to repair tho damago cnusod by
I tho engines,
This Big Remodeling Sale
Affords Marion people r an opportunity to decorate
that has not been- equallednd probably will not be
for many moons, an entirely newstock of
J4 tl3 discount from our already low. prices certainly means a
saving to you worth while, but we must have more room and rather
than take the dust and dirt and loss of time and expense of moving
goods we prefer to give the saving to our customers, so here goes,
come right away.
The Ohis Decorating Co.
WEIL KNOWN LADY
IS CALLED HOME
Mrs. Margaret F. Sargent
Deceased Had Resided in This City
For Forty Years Funeral
Mrs. Margarot F. Sargent, aged 57
years, wife of James B. Sargent, died
at her homo Vl, -East Church street
at nine o'clock, Thursday morning,
death resulting from a long lllnoss
with bladdor foublc
Tho deceased was taken HI laBt
February and bnd' been confined to
her bed almo3t all of tho tlmo slnde.
Boforo sho dtad she made all ar
rangements for her funeral nnd burial.
iMrs. Sargent wasjborn In Tennessee
where Bhe wai married. After her
marriage bIio c.tmo to this city with
her husband inu mado her homo here
for forty years. Sho wns well known
In tho city Pi'd u host of loving
friends mourn her dcnilbo.
Besides tho husband, five eons, B.
E. Sargent, Tt. I" Sargent, Harry M.
Sargent, of th's city; F. J. Sargent,
of Columbus, and W. R Sargent, of
St. Louis; threo daughters, Mrsr. Bert
Chenoy, of Columbus! Mra. F J
Case, of Dayton and Mrs. H. Itussoll,
of this city, runlvo.
Tho funornl services will bo held
at tho residence Saturday nftcrnoon,
tho hour to bo onnounced later,
8PLENDID RACE OF MEN.
Natives of the Friendly Islands of
"Tho natives of tho Tonga, or
Friendly Islands, off the east coast of
Now Zealand, are tho finest In phy
sique of any on earth," said E. A.
Powell, of Cleveland. Mr. Powell Is
returning from a business trip to
Australia, where be visited several
groups of the Pacific Islands. "The
average holght of the males Is five
feet ten Inches. Many of them are
over six feet. They weigh from 160
to 300 pounds and aro very straight,
being built In proportion. The women
average a greater height than the
Women of America, fhey have fine,
strong flguroa and average 'from 130
to 160 pounds In weight. They are of
a copper color, straight haired and
with features which ma'de tho Qreoks
famous. I firmly believe they are the
original Maoris, while tho natives of
New Zealand are a smaller race ap
parently a mixture with tho Mongolian
race. The Islands are crescent shaped
and mostly coral There 1b neither
wealth nor poverty on tho Islands,
Peace and contentment are In evidence
and the tribe Is exceeding virtuous
The main artlclo of food Is the cocoa
nut, and the only drink used Is tho
milk of this nut."
Hot or Cold Water.
It Is a debatable question whether
It Is a wise practice to drink a cupful
of hot water Immediately upon rising
every morning. Tho hot-water flendB
fancy that they cannot live without
their morning ditnk, but there are re
liable phyolclans who claim that this
practice Is debilitating to the stomach
nnd that It cannot fall to do Injury.
Tho habitual uso of cold water Is an
excellent habit to form. It Is natural
to drink fold water. Cold water Is a
tonic to the stomach, as tt Is to the
skin. It gives tonicity to the mucous
walls of the stomach. Tho practice of
taking flvo or six glasses of cold water
a day Is a good one. It will help to
clear tho complexion, brighten tho
eyes, and Is said to be almoHt a cer
tain remedy for puffucss under the
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Wall Paper and Pictures
WOMAN GAMBLER WAS
MURDKRED FOR JEWELS
Monte Carlo, Aug. 8. Tho evidence
secured hero n dlcntcs that Thcrcso
Williams, parts of whoso body wcro
found In a trunk, nnd In a vnllso at
Marseilles, an 1 who was a well-
known, gamblii here, was murdered
for her jowels.
Mr. and Mrs. Gold, wiio aro Eng
lish, and who owned the trunk, will
bo extradited from Marseilles and
Japan Sends Engineers to
This Country to Learn
How it is Done.
San Francisco, Aug. 8. In pur
suance of Its yearly custom to send
represntntlves to visit foreign coun
tries and the commercial and manu
facturing centers of tho world, tho
Jopaneso government has Bent to
America this jear seven prominent
railway engineers and managers to
Mnronf niir MID-SI JMMF.R HI PAN-UP RAM
r Don't let this
Hanan's $5.00 now ..$4.00
Bcyden's $0.00 now .. $4.00
Ilafeton's $4.00 now.. $3.00
Douglas' $3. DO now $2. C9
Douglas $3.00 now.. $2,35
ETC., ETO., ETO. r
Smart & Waddoll
study our latent airway methods and
Improvements The Nippon Mnru
on Monday bnught three Japanese
railroad engineers, two railroad man
agers, ono hntbor engineer from the
flnnnelal department of tho Japancso
government and ono steamship op
After tho railway systems In this
city havo been Inspected the party
will go to Los Angeles, Denver, Chi
Meet us face to face.
t it PATENT OR KID
BEATTY & LONG, SSS gSS1 .I11.
"Manhattan" The Quality
opportunity get away from you.
OFF ON STRAW HATS'
OFF ON SUMMER CLOTHING
At these prices on LOW SHOES.
Do you want to save money on
footwear? Then patronize
SMART & WADDELL'S bjg
Burt's Patent Leathern
$4.00 and $3.00 now $3.00
Burt's Plain Leathers
$3.00 now $2.70
Queen Quality and Zoiglcr's
$3.50 now $2.69
Queen Quality and Zciglcr's
$3.00 now $2.20
ETC., ETC., ETO.
cago, Kansas City, Boston, New York
nnd Philndclpnla, and later to Ogden
and Omaha. Tho visitors hope to
return to Japan with many now Ideas
to bo used in the reconstruction of tho
now lines. Tho Japanese govern
ment, ono of tbc engineers said, will
shoitly undertake the building of 600Q
miles of additional steam railways,
making a total of more than 11,000
miles In operation In Jnpan
We will treat you RIGHT.
To Be Bonded
By the American Surety Company
it is much moii 'satisfactory than
asking some friend to go on your
.We will be pleased to furnish full
particulars in reference to any kind
of bond that you may require.
Fred W. Peters,
110 1-2 South Main Street. '
Boy's $3.00 now .... $2.25
Boy'B $2.50 now .... $1.89
Boy's $2.25 now .... $1.69
Mfcacs' $2.50 and $2,25
now ,., $1.79
Mlsse's' $2.00 now .. $1,00
ETO., ETO., ETO;
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