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THE MAHON 'DAILY MIRROR, TRIDAY, AUGUST 0 1907.
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Meet us face to face.
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Sell the besbswork or
dress shoes and have tho
Fruit and Vegetables
Our Saturday markot will
be supplied with tho boat of
All kind of vegetables.
F. J. LUSCH
Cor. Stat ft Cnttr tta.
' Harvest Cooking Apples
Red RaSqrricB, Poaches, 0 an
Wax Beans Eggntl Sweet
Potatoes, Sweet OonN Good
Glvo ua your order. Wo
can fill hem satisfactory.
Home Grown v
"Wo aro now getting a good
Buiwsf. fine h&me grown
berries. Theprlcolls no hlgh-
l or for insra .wani is i iu
shipped berries bf Inferior
quality. Try us on BlUck
borrles both for your daily
u'so and for canning.
PER QUART 15 CENTS.
PER BUSHEL ?4.fi0.
Phones 39. 209 t. Center St.
Agency lor Woods Boston Coffee
LEG IS CRUSHED
Italian Workman -Meets with a
Olovannl Fnlconnl, known by 'his
fellow workmen a3 John Queen, an
Italian workman nt tho Erie transfer
houeo, had his left leg, badly crushed
below tho kneo nbout ii o'clock
Queen was assisting In unloading
eorao heavy bars of Iron wherf ono
of the castings fell on his loft anklo.
Tho Hes3 ambulance waB called and
tho Injured man was 'transferred to
tho Sawyer Sanatorium. Tho phy
sician's examination disclosed that tho
man's leg was terribly crushed fiom
tho kneo to (ho foot. At first It was
thought that amputation would bo
necessary, but tho physicians deter
mined upon saving tho limb, If posn
Eliiis SmcUzer, tho 10-year-old eon,
of Sir. and Sire. ,Ocorge Smolts'er
of near Owens, had Hi.j right jaw
bone broken and tho right sido of
his fae bndly out this morning.
Tho boy was alone with a horse
Dfiiv his homo and it is supposed
fiat tho horso kicked Jiiin. When
h" regained consciousness', shortly
after tho accident, ho oonhl not
v 'member what Jiad .happened.
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Will Be Gondpleie
We will give you selected goods if
you will gwe us your pmer early.
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We will treat you RIGHT.
In tho city
Coming Election Promises to
be a Warm One.
Start the Democratic
Good Men Have Announced Their
Cundldacy lor the Various Places
on the Ticket.
The political season is now well un
der way, and tho prediction that tho
nlnntfnn tlila fall will 1)6 0110 of tllO
niost Interesting in tho history of
tho .city Is now certain of verification.
Not only is umiasual interest being
nlanlfested In municipal politics, hut
the situation in tho township, whero
n number of offices ure to bo lllled,
Is attracting general notice.
Saturday, tho Domocrntlc caucus or
Marlon township will tako place In
tha infirmary directors' office at tho
courthouse, and nominees will ue
named for Justlco ot tho peace, town
ship clerk, treasurer, trustees, eon
stable and boaid of I'ducatlon. For
several ot tho offices there promise
to bo exciting contests.
Tho ronomlnatlon of Charles II
Conloy for his second term as JuBtlco
of tho peace Is practically asured. It
Is expected that his vote will bo ono
ot the heavies over given to any can
didate for a Blmllar nomination, For
tho second nomination of Justlco, how
ever, there 'will bo a lively contest.
Charles Harrlman. David Vestal and
Charles Gompf nro already avowed
candidates and will work hard for tho
nomination. Dr. C. P. Galley Is cer
tain of renomlnatlon and re-election
as township treasuror, since tho re
publicans last Saturduy loft a vacant
place on their ticket In deferenco to
Tho deslro of voters on both sides
to get tho best posslblo man for tho
city board of education Is nlrendv be
ginning to manifest Itself, am' tho
leaders aro now casting .nbout for tho
strongost posslblo citizens who will bo
willing to take plnces on tho board.
Two democrats aro to bo chosen nnd
two liavo already been mentlonod.
Thoy aro C. S. Llpplncott and .T. W.
Jacoby, both of whom are known to
bo highly qualified for tho offlco.
Their friends nro working hard for
them. .It Is understood that both II.
I. Swenoy and M. Wnddell, present
democratic mombers of tho board, In
fond to rotlro nt tho end of their pres
On tho republican side, George L.
Sauer, of Windsor street, a draughts
man employed by tho Huber Manu
facturing company, will seok a placo
on the board, ar. B. Dlckerson has
been am embor Of tho body several
years and Sauer will bo after his placo.
For tho board of public sorvlco.
Frank R. Sailor, A. W. Bryant nnd
Thonins Mead have been mentioned on
tho democratic sldo and Thomas Ala
son on lho republican sldo.
An loPiece Orchestra
Will bo one of
the Sacred Concert
man M. 13. Choral
evening. Admission 25c.
Boys', Youth's, Little Hen's Solid
Calf Lace Shoes.
Sizes 9, 10, 11. 12, 12 1-2 $1.10
oizua 13, I.J I- 91.4U
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Gang of Boys Ran Amuck
kew Legislation will be Re
commended to Council.
Park Superintendent Bain Arrest
One Lad and One Escapes From
DHSTUOV - J"" mr B,ir BH
A crowd of hoys anil young men
created a disturbance at Garfield park
last night about ten o'clock and after
most of tho picnickers hud left they
broke up n large amount of tho park
Tho crowd, which numbered about
fifteen persons, was discovered by Ad
illbon Bain, the paik superintendent,
and the superintendent wno is aiso
an officer, put one of tho lads, Virgo
Bush, under arrest and locked mm up
at tho city prison. He was later re
leased to appear this morning.
Another of tho park employes
caught Thomas Tunnlson but ThomaB
proved to bo too husky for his captor
and broko away. When tho man
endeavored to recapturo Tunnlson it
Is claimed that the latter hit him with
a rock, flooring him.
In tho mayor s court this morning,
affidavits wero filed by Mr. Bain
against both Bush and Tunnlson. The
former was given n hearing ana was
released with a reprimand. The lat
ter will he arrestqd as soon as ho can
Tho superintendent slated that as
soon as ho placed Bush under nrrest
lils crowd commenced to threaten him
with vlolenco If ho tried to take
Bush away. A rather strenuous time
was had before Bain got the boy to
tho police station.
It Is also claimed that the gang got
revengo by returning to tho park and
'demolishing a number of benches, ta
hies and other pieces of park property,
In order that offenses such as oc
curred last night nt Garfield park can
bo punished In a satisfactory man
ner, the mayor will recommend that
tho city couifell pass ordinances gov
erning conduct at tho parks, it
probablo that tho recommendation
will bo made In time for council to
pass tho ordlnauco at Its next meet
ing. The present ordinances are said
to ,bo vory unsatisfactory.
Tmniiym was! arrested this af
ternoon nnd wnsi fined $10 for hit
ting an officer with a rock. Tho
mayir also giavo Tom a severe lec
ture. Tunnisoiv admitted, that ho
threw tho rock hut denied that. JTo
liolpcd to break up the park fhr-
j. 1. Keuey, a, liig J.our con
ductor, was arreMea tins morning
on u warrant from tho mayor's
court, filed by Uluef of Police
uomweu, cnnrging .mm witli per
mitting Jus ireight train to block
grade crossings, moro than tho au
thorized five minutes. Tho offense
Us committed August 5, nt which
time tho train of -which Kclley
was in ohargo blockaded tho cross
ing fw a period of twenty 'minutes.
Tho conductor pleaded guilty to
tho charge and was fined $5 by tho
Harvey Waggoner, of Silver streot
was aurchtwl .thi afternoon by IIu
tivuiei Oillcor Ulhh, on a charge- of
non-suppoit mndo by his wifo.
Waggoner had been out o tho city
for soino limo but returned today
and was arrested,. His hearing will
occur toijight in tho mayor's
Mayor ScherfT, swore in twelve
of the Adventists at tho camp meet
ing at tho Fairgrounds. Tho mon
deputized will guard tho tents laud
premises night qpil day to iprovent
damage being dona or property be
Hnnlnniln Tlanrlv wn nrrcslnl nt tlio
lcornor of Churclil and Mt. Vernon
nvenuea yesterdayv afternoon by Of-
jflcers Duncan and Babcock. At tho
time pf Ul8,,arresti Benjamin was try
lng to parry a package several times'
too largo for )ilm.. Ho was lined
$S and releaatjd.j this,, morning. "
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Eugene Stafford went to iFostoria
today to visit ;relatives,
Prosecutor John H, Clark la vlult-
lng in Lattuo today,
Mlss Rcje NeuaU oj; Pittsburg,
is tho guest of Miss Rosalie Strelitz
of South Pjwjwct street.
Dr. and ,-Mw. O. SI. Young has
return od , from a two week's vaca
tion spent in Nonthem Michigan.
Miss Ethel Mouser, of Franklin
street, will entertain tonight with a
dancing party in the Tally Wag hall.
0. T. Lewis of Union City. Ind.,
ta a guesit- of, his brother, A.
Lewps, of West Columbia street.
Slira Virginia Stoms of Adrian,
Michigan, is the guest of Slifss Mary
I'Tryo, of Knsf, Church, strot.
Miss Gladya .llailcy returned to
her Jiomo yesterday (after a. iplenBarit
visit wiitili (relatives at Lima. ,
Dr. mid Sirs. if. C. Dugan will
leave tonight- on u vocation trip to
Mrs. II. i Sfartin and fam,Uy
andMiss Vera Beck, of Slorral wero
in Hucyrus yesterday attending tho
funeral of a relative.
Mrs. M. B. Halo, of Anderson,
Indiana, has returned home after a
visit with her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
W. ill. Bruco, of the Boulevard.
Mrs. T. A. Brooks ami son
Manfred, of Scranton Avenue, re
turned lout night from n visit to
lelatives nt Fields, Ohio.
Bcv. Homer Jl Klllott, of Olney
avenue, left this irorning for Co
lumbiana, where he will conduct a
series ot evangelistic meeting to con
tinue 15 days.
Sir. W. T.; Owen of enst of tic
city, left this morning for Aft.
Voraon, Ohio wheio ho will spend
several days attending ca'mp meet
ing. William McGrntli, night train call'
ei at tho union depot restaurant
returned last evening Irom an ex
tended vacation spent at Port Hu
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith
of, Ada, passed, through tho city
tliis morning cnronte for Delaware
having been called there on account
of tho critical, iUneaa of Mu.
Sir. J. W. Patton of Silver
street who had the prong of a
hay tedder driven through ins foot
a few days 'ago is recovering rap-
dly and lus condition will soon bo
such as to enAble him to be up and
Born, a ton to SlJr. and Sirs.
Louis Sreister, of Walnut street,
Tho special advertising car of
Robinson's shows arrived in the
city this morning over tho Big
Tho Sunday School of tho Bap
tist ohureh of Riahwood held its
annual picnic in Gust's grove 'at
Prospect yesterday ;r About iwo
hundred people attended tho event.
Ono hundred and three Slurion
people loft 'last night for Buffalo
and Kfingnra Bills taking advan
tage of ilio Big Four railroad an
nual excursion to ' .tlioso points.
Tho orchestra ami, choral union
of tho German Ml E. chureli iheld
a rehqart,al in tho ohuroh auditor
ium last night. Tho xohearsal was
preliminary to tho grand concert
and entertainment which is to ho
given under the auspices of tha
church next Tuesday, evening. Sliss
Stockwoll of Cincinnati was present
and rehdaised with iKo union.
Dr. A. Rim was, at North Wood
tfow, SIoitow comity yesterday
whore ho pont'ovmed a delicato oper
ation upon Sirs, 'Emanuel Baker.
Mrs. Baker was formerly a resi-
dent of tho city andi .has a number
of relatives Hung here, Her
dition, though serious, is not
sidcred critical .
jest shoe for the
price ijiOight or heavy
weight isSwld by
PATHFINDERS CAR HERE
The Forty Touring pars Will Reach
! Marlon About Three O'clock.
Tho pathflned car for tho big tour
M tho Columbus Autoiriobllo club;
In which about forty 'cars will par
ticipate, passed through,' the city this
afternoon. The car was a,Pope-Hart-ford
machine In charge'bt Thomas IS.
Curtln, president of Kho club. Mr.
Curtln was accompanied by J. O.
Lawrence, of tho Ohio Sun, and
George Schlereth, a machinist.
Tho pathfinders loft Plqua this
morning, making tho trip of 102 miles
via Sidney, Bellofontnlue and Kenton
to this city and reaching bore about
two o'clock. Thoy )oftabout twenty
minutes' later for Delaware.
iA week from tomorrow the tourists
will paBB through tho.oltyRbout three
o'clock In tho afternoon, There will
b nt least forty cars,, eaclcarry
ing four persons.
I LOCAL- I
II EVENTS I
Filed by Lester Strawser
Against the Huber Co.
TATE SUES THE CITY
Old Garbage Collector Sets
up a Claim.
The Pennsylvania Asks for a New
Trial in its Grude Crossing Case-
vRlehard E. Tate, colored, former
ly oilieial carbajro collector or the
city of Marion, brought suit for
damages against tho city in tho
court of common pleas, this morn
ing. Through Jus attorneys-, l)e(jol
lnv & DpoIIcv. die. savs .that the
board of public service violated tho
terms o tho. contract Into wl
lie enteral at iuo time ho was
made garbago collector and ho asks
for $4,080 damages.
Tate says, that April 0, 11)05, lie
entered into tho contract, which
gave him tho exclusive a-ight and
privilege of collecting garbago in
tho city until March, 1907. Ho
furnished a bond of .$1,00,0 to mako
tho contract good. Contrary to iho
terms, tho board of public service
went ahead and .peiTniltpIfthera
to engage in the business of garbago
Ijester Strawser, aged 18 years,
valued thc middle finger of his light
hand at $.1,025. Ho lost the fing
er while lie was operating n drill
press at tho Huber Slanufactnring
company's plant, SfJarch 22, and
todny Jib sued for damages to the
Strawser, through bis attorneys,
DuQolley & DeOolley, claims tliat
tho drill press was defectively con
structed and that liis injury was due
to a, set screw, which was allowed
to protrude from tho machine.
A motion for a new trial hns
been filed in tle matter of tlui ap
plication of tho Columbus., Slarion
ond Bueynw Electric Railway com
pany ngainvt the Pennsylvania com
pany. Judge Young recently grant
ed the electric railway permission
to build a grade crossing over Hie
Pennsylvania tracks. James II. Ey
mon, nttornoy ifor the Pennsylvania
gives seven .easons why a new
trial should bo granted.
Notice to Shriners.
Marlon, O., Aug. 9, 1907.
Tho Shrlhers of Marlon wishing to
honor Al. oXFlelds, Potentate of
Aladdin TempTK. Columbus, O., by
attending his Mntrel Monday even
ing, Aug. 12, In aody, will please
be at tho Masonic Temple at 7:30
Bharp that evening am bring your
Fezz. (Any member who has not been
seen by tho committee, will please
notify them that thoy are going, not
later than Monday noon, so that tho
proper reservation can be made. Sup
per after tho show
BUSBV P, SWENJ3Y,
A. hard rap was handfd yesterday to
tho town of Caroy by ifowarrf HdwellB,
a minor, who by bis1 next friend,
ritmvtm Xr llmvulla nolra flt $1flV
illlnj rn, the Hocking Valley
nallroad company because no was
1 obliged to stay In tho town over
night. Ho wants tho money quick,
as ho filed the suit four days after
tho trouble occurred and wbllo It was
fresh on his mind.
Howard claims that August -t he
purchased a ticket from Columbus to
Toledo over the Hocking Valley rail
road, but that when tho train reached
(Jaroy tho conductor forcibly ejected
him from tho train. Tho conductor,
he claims, further humiliated him by
using Insulting epithets and accusing
him of trying to beat his way by
pretending to have a ticket.
Ho says that ho was obliged to re
main lit Carey until 1 a, m. In order
to borrow mbnev with which to comn
to Columbtaa'ndUiat hp had to re-
iiiuiii u luui; iinjtju fljurn. wnere-
mre no seeits 1110 monetary Balm of
Gllead.-Ohlo State Journal.
ANN UAL REUNION
Is Held by the Garberson and Mc
Tho fourth annual rounlon of tho
Garberson nnd McKlnstry families
was held in tho town hall at Cale
donia, Thursday. Tho affair was at
tended by over one-hundred people
and proved ono of the most successful
The members of the families as-
The 25 discount
sale at John Stoll Shoe
Go's Store is still on.
It's a great oppor
tunity to buy oxfords
at a genuine saving.
White oxfords nt
your own price.
C THINK IT
sembled about 10 o'clock In tho morn
ing. After spending an hour at re
newing old family ties, an elaborate
dinner was enjoyed. In the early af
ternoon hours an Informal program
was rendered. Mrsr. Heath Garber-
son, of Caledonia, sang several pleas
ing vocal boIos. Ilov. Detbargs, of
Toledo, and Uev. James Gray, of Cat
cdonla, gave Interstlng addresses.
Mis Merlam Knnpp, of Biicyrus, sang
a vocal solo, which was greatly ap
preciated. Before the reunion adjourned u
short business session was conducted
and the annual election of of fleers was
held It resulted as follows: Mr.
W. It. Garberson, or Chicago, presi
dent; Mr. W. C. McKlnstry, vlco
president; mis nortense Morrnl, sec
retary; Mr James McKlnstry, treas
Tuesday evenlifk. Given by tho
Germnn M. D. Choral ITnlon at the
German M. H ChuMr. Miss Stock
well, Soprano. Admission 25c It
or Kid Ox
REV. D. T. BOWLDE
Begins Tent Meetings 1 Under Aus
pices of Wesley Cburcb.
The tent meetings being given by
the congregation of tho Wesley M.
H. church at the corner of .Mound nnd
Wood streets opened Thursday even
ing with nn excellent attendance An
interesting sermon was given by
Itov. D. T. Bowdel, of Lima, a well
known evnngellst who will assist the
pastor, Rev. C. 13. Rowley Itev
Mr Bowdel's text was "Oh Woman,
greart Is thy faith."
Tho meetings will continue for ten
days Tho service Thursday even
ing was unusually well attended for
tho opening meeting. A number were
down to tho altar.
Attend the Sacred Concert
At the GermaihM. K Church given
by tho Germnn r E. Choral Union
Tuesday evening Admission 25e.
Pleases the property owner
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Your house will looll painted c
and be painted to stay painted.
AMMANN SELLS IT
It's the great care
tion of our stock as well as
of our meat that enables us
our customers with the best ai
some product to be obtained.
Call either market.
MARION PROVISION CO.
Mr (' M Smallwood and wife wish
to state that Vey have not skipped
tho country, only quietly Tvent to
Athens, Ohio, their foimer home,
whero Mr. Smallwood took bis old
..position back on the Dally Messenger
with Mr F iW. Bush and .Mrs.
Smallwood has resumed her teaching
there. She has oponed a studio at IS
Mill street. Miss Goldle will be
! employed by Mr Bush operating tho
Linotype maclrLno nnd Clarence and
Baby Grace wltlVnter the O. U. Nor
mal In September. This statement
Is made for the uVtioflt ot our credit
ors In Marlon Wp have only the
best wishes for Marlon friends and
hope to return to yor city, some day
land would be sorry Imleed It we had
to dodgo creditors. Vyiy more In
formation In legnrd to our affairs
financially or otherwise will be
answered by Mr or Airs Smallwood
or Fred Bush of Messenger office.
You can do that here
even Jk the Clearance
We m:ie a specialty
of GOOD JtfALlTIES
in every thing to wear.
CASH OR CREDIT
Marion Clothing &
we exercise in the selec
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