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Tito Kind You Ilavo Alwnys Bought, anil Which lias been
in nso for over 30 years, 1ms borno tho signature of
jn-yjp .c 't has hccnmnilo under his pcr-
CzAJvrffirfrfirA, Bonnl supervision fllnco its infancy.
irsjrt -cctcsMl Allow no oiio todccclvo you in tills.
All Counterfeit!, IniltiiUoiiBmi(t"Jusl-iiH-good'nro but
Jfepcrinicuts tlmt trlilo with nnd endanger tho licatth oC
Infiuils mid Glilldrou Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Caslorla Is a harmless suballlulo for Castor OH, Paro
Rorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Jl is Pleasaul. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotlo
fiuhstancc. ltd ago is its guarantee. It destroys Wornifi
mid allays Fovcrlshness. It cures Diurrlitcu and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho X'ood, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep, j
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Tlie- KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TH ClNrAUn COMKAHT) It MURRAY .IRItT. NCW VOIIR B1T.
0. E. Ferry, Lessee and Managor.
America's Favorito Indoor Show
22-Ycara Progressive Prospority-22
The Al. G. Field
Overshadowing In Its Mightiness.
Fichl Billy Clark Doc Qnlg.
ley Harry Van Fosson, John 0
Dickon's, Georgo T. Martin
Boardman S. Games Bun
Granvlllo, Walter Sherwood
17 and half a hundred
Prices 25, 50, 75c. $1
From the factory 500
Men's Shoos and
worth $3.50 and $4.00,
will ho on tho counter at
ft 1 run 1
212 W. Contor St. 1
not to iihrlnk or fado and
wo guarautao to do battoa
borg alloycr laco or drawn
work without ruining tho
garment or breaking a thread
DON'T SEND YOUR WORK
OUT OF TOWN. Wo carfdo
it and do it RIGHT, Vo
ara French dry cloanoro.
Thero io no others:
112 Uourt BtrVct, Marlon, 0'.
(louda culled for and deliv
ered Phono 1G5JL .
p. S. -Second hand cloth
ing bought and sold. Bulla
ipon.sed and pressed, 7Co.
WE CRRHY A rULL LINE OF
iTmTm'i n iTmirrnnH I
I hum MbiNtbo
m , : m
n ,, , , nj.anj.iiim t jwuumajij. uuji-wmir
TO MEET IN
State Master F. A. Dortlilok,
Issuos Uall fur Annual Gaih
urlny of Patrons of Hus
bandry to bo Hold Sopt
ombor and 5.
Knrul Letter Carriers of Obfo to Meet
in Aiiuuul Reunion on the Ohio
State l'nirgtoundtf, t Labor lmy
Monday, September 2.
Ktatu iMabter 1 . Durthick bus
ittoued tho following cull for tho
itununl leiiiiiou of .tbu Putrons of
"Tim annual occurrence of tho
Ohio State Fair is. always the 'K
n.il for oiio of tho most important
iw well a profitable functions ol"
Tho Ohio nrungo Membersnip. uno
e,lnbitioh for 1007 promises to
ellipse till of its predecessors in
magnitude and interest. Tho State
Uonrd is sparing iu pains to no
.'omplibli this cud. Tho Grange
Hfitiuou will bo on Wednesday nml
'i'liui'Milny, September lth and fth.
Kx-GoveYnor V. J. Hell of Vermont
will he present on Wednesday and
possibly Thursday. Otlier roptoseu
f!iti Patrons- will be ill attendance
and a nioliuiblo piogrnm will be
(picpnrcd for each ilny.
"Wo expect an nicreaso in mem
bership over 1000, of nt least one
thousand, niuiiy oL whom -liavo nov-
. . , . 1 ;i i ml.!..
rr isiteil Hie Ureal uxuiiiiuoii. una
Annual Reunion- will alVord an op
IKii'tiiiiity t" all to meet in fra
ternal amity, ( renew and extend
their ncminiiiln'nco (and at the same
tunc witness tho greatest State Fair
m tho I'nited Slates. Let all nf us
begin now to plan for this vaca
tion. Governor Bell has for many
yoiis been lh Master of Uio Ver
mont State Grange and will bo
able to tell us how Vermont has
cnani.ed more (liiiug&i sineo .Inn
miry 1st, lliaii any other State."
The first aniiiwl reunion of tho
Kuiul Letter CinierH of Ohio will
also be held on the Stato Fair
grounds, nd with I ho intorosting
piogriuu prepared by Hie cainmit
tnc in cJiargo fihonld nttr.ict lai-go
iiMoiulaiieo of lTnele Sam's faithful
servants. The date of this- reunion
is Labor !;'. Monday, September
'2 and the curriers will bo wolco'mod
by Gov. A. L. llarris.i Tho meet
ing will be addiTHRed by Hon.
Sam Huston . Stale Highway Com
(uifMoucr, bin subjcot being "Good
Roads" one in Avhicli all rural residents-
are vitally interested. Post
trusler 11. W. Kruni'in of Columbus
will also address the gatheriiig and
a ,pro(itfihlo and leiisurnble lime
in iaasiirt'd all who attwral.
Tho "Eaton Hurlbut" first
brought to Marion by us. Too ox
pennlvo for ordinary lottnr writ
hiH 'Mil recently. Oth'or brands
THE MARON DAILY MIltROIl,
TIIWWIWi jlllii i njaiiiiiw HI m i
iMlnistora of tho city desiring chdrOh
nnnminjcemonta "mibllBliod "Jn Satur
day's lesuo ot tho Mirror iwJU ploaao
fiirnls,, copy not later Unn 3 o'clock
Corner State and Columbia Streets.
H. P. WAI. STEL.LIIORN, Pastor.
Sunday School, 0;00 a. m., A. F.
Services In tho English language,
10.15 a. in.
Teacher's meeting, Thursday even
lii!,. All aro welcome to worship with uu.
FREE EjiPiTIST OHURCH.
FIRST UAPTI8T CHURCH.
.1. P. CURIHN, Minister.
Res. 213 S. Vino Street. .
Ululo School, n a. in. Maurice F.
Randall, Supt. ,
Worship and (Preaching, 10:.10 n, in.
Subject. "Tho Eternal Timepiece."
IJ. Y. P. U. A., 0:30 p. ni.
Topic: "Tho Teaching of the TrccB."
Pralso nd i.rnchlng sorvlco, 7:30 p.
Address, "Such Ah I Have."
Midweek service Wednesday, 7:30
A cordial welcome to the Vesper
Scrvlco of Sunday, ho a. in. gather
ing will ho helpful for tho children.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCI
Corner of Church and Baker Sts.
Services Sunday, 10:30 a. m.
Wednesday evening testimonial
All aro cordially Invited to theso
Tho Reading Room Is open dally,
except Sunday, from 1 to 4 p. m.
All Christian Science Lltcraturo on
sale,' also on tho tablo for all "'ho
may dcslrer to read.
CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH.,
HYRON C. PIATT, Pastor.
Sunday School, 0:30, a. in.
.Morning Services, 10:30.
Night Service, 7:15.
Prayer-meeting, Wednesday evening
7:15 p. in.
Women's Missionary Society mcotn
ucsday at 7:15 p. in. at tho homo of
Mrs Win. YoitngwcBt, of church
The public Ih cordially Invited to
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
REV. GEORGE M. ROURIfK, Pastor.
Sabbath School, 9 a. in., D. O.
Preaching, 10:30 by ov. S. C. Bates,
Subject, "Christ as An Orator."
C. E. at li;30.
No evening service."
FOREST LAWN MISSION.
Sunday School at 2:30 p. m C.
E. Beckett, Superlntondont.
LEE STREET MISSION.
Sabbath School, 2:30 p. in.
John Laudon, Supt.
Out-door Gospel Service at 7 p. m.
Sermon by S. C. Bates. Subject,
'A Now Standard of Living." R. E.
Mitchell will lead tho singing and
sing a solo.
iA cordial Invitation to all.
WESLEY M. E. CHURCH.
Cor? Center St. and Ol'ney Ave,
O. E. ROWLEY, Pastor.
Sunday School at 9:00 a. m Thoa.
Preaching, 10:30 by Rev. E. T.
Iiowdlo, ovangollst, of Lima, Ohio.
General rally and Peoplo's Meet
ing 2:30 p. in., nt tho tent, corner of
Mound and Wood Streets,
Evangelist E, T. Bowdlo will preach
at ho tent at seven o'clock, p. m.,
and overybody cordially Invited to at-
All tho services will bo hold through
tho coming weok at tho tont, two-thirty
and sovon-lhlrty p. m.
BETHEL M. E. CHURCH.
North Stato Street.
J. T, LEGGETT, Pastor.
10:30 a. m., Preaching.
Rev. E. A. White, J). D., of Cin
cinnati, Ohio, Presiding Elder of tho
Ohio District Loxlngton Conference
will preach and administer tho Holy
At this sorvlco, tho sacramont of
baptism will bo ndmlnlstored.
2 p. in,, Sunday School.
N. P. Young, Suporlntondont.
7:00 p. in. Epworth League Praye
Scrvlco Mra. Ella Young, lender.
7:30 p. in., preaching.
Rov. J. N. Day will preach'.
All aro' WolcOmo.
GERMAN M. E. CHUROH.
Cor. Church and Prospect Sts.
O. E. Buorkle, Pastor.
Sunday School, 9:00 a. m., J. O,
Morning Services, 10;30 a. m.
Preaching by tho Pastor.
Mr! Ernest Cail will slug a solo,
"Q, God, Havo Morcy," by Moudols-
Evening Services 7:30 p. 111,
Tuesday ovenliiK. Ainr. tho 13 at
8 o'clock, tho Choral Union will gIVa
a sacred Concert at tho church. Tho
Choral Union will bo assisted by the
Philharmonic Orchestra and Miss
Mary Oortrudo Stockwcll, Soprano.
Mr. L. Arena, Director.
Tho following program will bo
8ATUliDAY, AUGUST 10, 1007.
1 . Overturo from t'no Op. "ivicssan
dro Qtradclla" Flotow Orchestra.
2. Hymnaltick Chorus and Or
3. Ora Pro Nobis Plccolomlnl
Miss Mary Gortrude Stockwcll.
1. "Pralso 'tho Lord" Randoror
Chorus and Orchcstia.
C. Chorale, ''Nun dankot alio CJott."
(i. "Harkyljark my SoiilVShelloy
Chorus and Solo.
7. Prayer from tho Opra "Der
FrcIschuctz"y);Webcr Chorus and Or
chestra. 8. Tho Twcfity-thrld Psalm Shu
bcrt Ladles' ' Chorus
9. March from the Opera "Tnnh
hauescr" Wagner Orchestra.
10. "O Dlvfno Redoomer" Gounod
Miss Mary Gertrude Stockwcll.
11. "Tho Heavens Aro Tclllnc"
from "Tho Creation" -Haydn Chorus
Thursday the Liidlps Aid will meet
at ho homo of Mrs. nietsch, two miles
east of tho city.
A cordial welcome to all.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Cor. Main Khd Farming Streets.
L. F. CARTEn. Pastor.
Sunday Schbbl, 9 a. m.,' Mlso
Amanda Decker; superintendent.
Mornlnjr services, in-30. Tlmmn.
"Marching, Orders from tho King."
Y. P. S. C,,E., C 30.
Miss Nancy 'Jjijrner, leader.
Evening services. 7-30. Theme,
The Great Salvation "
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening,
Business nicotine after prayer meet
Choir tiractlcovFrldav ovenlnc. 7:30.
(I. E. Gray, Chorister
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
EPWORTHiM. E CHURCH.
D. II. BAILEY. Pastor.
Sunday School.'' 9 a m. John H.
Preaching. 10;30 u m.
Subject, "Open Donrn Out of tho
Class Meeting, ,11 V, a 111.
Epworth Lei''r;uc, r, 30 p. m.
Preaching, 7:36; p. 111.
Subject, "JesusV Christ tho Samo
Yesterday, Todayand Poiever."
Ail aro welcome.
GALEMS EVANOBLK'AL PROTEST-
E. 'Church St.
.T. REINICKE. Pastor.
Sunday Schoql.'at s 15 a. m.
Morning services' In German ntl:ir.
INn nvnllltll- nat'Vlt.na ttitrlnn. Jttr.
month of AugustW
C E. Devotional Mooting. G:30 p.
C. .15. Buslncbs mectlinr Tuesday
evening at tho hoirioof Mrs. Chas.
'gilqk4 S. High Strojt'c,
I illnrmnillo Qnnlntv mnnfu TUirlMncutiiK
evening nt tho honiSf'of Mrs. Otto
Thursday ovcnlng.atSiinday School
BLblo study Friday ovonlng.
UNITED BRETHREN (JHURCII.
L. C. REKD.WPastor.
Sabba'th School atjo. m.
E. R. Sykcs, Siinorlntcndcnt.
Sermon nt 10 30 n.nr. bv Bov. W.
Z. Roberts, followedJfiy communion
Y. P. S. C. E at fi!30Ap. m.
Sermon at 7 3e pj3ni. by W. 'A.
Roberts, followed by Communion
Prayor McotliiK, Wednesday at 7:30
P. m. TV
A full attendaiire of Mho membor-
shlp is desired al all services.
A most cordial Invitation Is ex
tended to tho public tcnattond all ser
-1 j .
Corner Chtiirh andllHgh streets.
C. W. HENSEIJSi(Pnstor.
Sunday School at Ofboa. ni. Mr.
David Martin. Mipcrlntendcnt.
'Preaching services a&10:30.
Senior Y. P. A n$:J5 p, m.
Evening preailiing sryjeo at 7:30.
Upper Room 132 Nortli'Stato street.
Pentecostal mrotlng;2 fp, m.
Evangollstlo nervico30 P. M
Also Evangolisllc services on (Piles-
day land Friday evenings of tho coin
ing weeic. vy
A cordial Iiivitatlonrto nil.
MRS. K .1 COIL, Evangelist.
PHILIP BAlER, Sup'erlntendent.
t $100 Reward $100
Tho readers of this paper will bo
pleased to lo.n .1 that' hero Is nt loust
0110 dreaded J1' ease that sclenco has
boon nblo to cmo Irrnll Its stages,
and that Is CMtairh.'" Hull's Catarrh
Cure Is tho nly poslilyV euro now
known to tho inedlcnbjratornlty. Ca
tarrh holng a coustltutlonal disease,
requires constltutldnaT. treatment.
Hall's Catairh Curo ls,taken Inter
nally, acting (' rectly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces, of tho syatem,
thereby destroying thpfoimdatlon of
the dlsoaso, r.mt glng-tho patient
strength by building. uptho constitu
tion and assisting natu'rojn doing Its
worn. j no iiiuiiiuiur,riinvn SO IllUCll
faith In Its curatlvo powpni that thoy
offer Ono Hundred ll5oliar'a for any
cano that It falla to cufo, Sond for
list of tQBtlmn'ilala,
Adress: ' ' -
F. J. CHENEY & Cp.,' Toledo, O.
oum uy junijEKiKiH, y(iq,
Tako Hall's Family pi
ftimlty pills for con-
flEE'S LAXATfVt HONEY and TM
RBtlBVgB OOtJgHtiAM ooLna
Set Forth by Marion Pure
PEOPLE OVER COUNTRY
Favor Pasteurized Milk as
Pnstuto Rentals so High That JJuo.
iness io Less PoiltdblcIio Effoit
Made to Monopolize Market.
Tho agitation all ovor tho country
In faor of pasteurized milk as a
preventative aaalnst tuborcular germs.
and tho higher prlco of pasturo land
Immediately near Marlon aro tho rea
sons assigned oy 1110 .-iarion 1'uro
Milk company for taking over the
business of somo ot tho smaller dairy
men. A irrcnt nmnv raws nil ovnr Ibo
eountrv bavn rneentlv bnnn found Io
bo suffering of tuberculosis, either In
a mild or a more ngravated stage,
and recently a number of cows In Ma
rion county were condemned by the
stato dairy commissioner. When tho
milk of such cows Is used and cspe
claly clvon to children, datnror frrtni
dlscaso Is very apparent. Tho only
avnllalilo means of guarding against
this danger itltogether with that of
unclean vessels etc. In the handling
and marketing Is pasteurization.
An expert from the stnto dnlrv com
missioners offlco at Columbus while
In, Marlon recently, stated: that milk
taken from a perfectly healthy cow
and left to stand fifteen minutes In
tho summer air without having been
run through a cooler or otherwise
had tho animal heat rnninvml. will
begin the souiIiie nrocess and absorb
Burrmmdlng impurities. These fnctB
.11 u iiicrcuBiiiE mo demand for past
Again the lllcher limrknt vnlnn nti.l
rental of pasturo lands Immediate
ly near Marlon Is making tho business
leSS Profitable to Inral ilnlrvmnn .....
less hcids aro placed near smaller
towns ami the mlllc shipped direct
In quantities. In every Instance where
tho Mnrlon Milk comnanv lias inkiui
over tho business of another dairy
man, 11 was becauso of tho latter's
wish to discontinue tho retail milk
and their cows would bo placed cith
er with runners near tho Big Springs
station, or sold eisowhoYc.
Comparison as to nrlccs ehanmri for
milk lu cities or .Mnrlon's size shows
that In row docs a flvo cent summer
rato prevail, while as much as nnvnn
and eight cents Is charged In most
places during the winter months.
Wlillo tlio Marlon Milk comnanv mi
ni Its that a six cent rain irmv lin
asked early In tho rail, but no endeav
or has been niailo to nionopollzo tho
market, only as tho trado nrefers nml
demands their product. The Big
bpriiiRH station, which is oven larger
than tho local plant Is now receiv
ing Ilioro than 700 callons ilnllv nml
has greatly rcllovcd tho milk famine
which seemed Imminent In .Marlon
early in tho spring.
THE MARION PURE MILK CO.
By D. 13. GORDON. Mgr.
Hold Thursday Noir Big
Members of the Anoley and Johnson
Families Meet In Annual
Tho ninth annual reunion of the
iVnsloy and Johnson families was held
at Titus Grove, near Big Springs,
Ohio, Thursday, August. About 1,200
relatives and friends wcro In attend
ance, while hundreds woro provonted
from attending becauso of sickness.
Ono of the principal shakers of tho
day was Rov. p. Carl Yoder, a
Methodist minister wlio wan formerly
located In Mnrlon county but who Is
now paBtor at ait. Victory.
In tho forenoon thero was a concert
by Ansloy and Johnson band, followed
by a suptuous dinner. During tho
afternoon, there was an excollont lit
erary and musical program. Those,
taking part were Itov. J. W. Spring,
J. AV. Ansloy, ailso Bertha Ansley,
Kev. air. rinkerton, Charles Ansley,
Mrs Edna Watklns, Mrs. James Ans
loy, Misses Bertha Ansly and Mln-
nlo Treeco, Itov. J S, Blair, Gcorgo
.1. Ansloy, Oscar Titus, Victor ailtch-
clj, TroyllH Watlilna, Itov. D. C. Yod
er nnd Rev. C. A. aioOonald and
The officers elected aro Joseph
Johnson president; W W. Johnson(
vlco presldont; Mack Johnson, secre
tary and treasurer; Charles Ansloy,
Beatty & Long sells men's and
women's comfort shoes of all kinds,
10,000 Post Cards
Going at Cost
Sg Per DoMmi
q Mid-Summer Sale of post cards j
I at The Headlcy Drug Co. all this j
') week. Hundreds of different kinds to W
r( choose from. Help yourself and pay jji
I the clerk. jjj
I THE HEADLEY DRUG CO. 1
W Mcsscnrinr Service Free. (0
1 Phono 15. 115 W. Coaler St. $
Canton Marion Holds its
Spanish War Ladies' Auxiliary
Makes Arrangements for
a Lawn Fete.
Tho Ladieta' aiixiliaiy ot the
Spanish Auieiiean war veterans, mm
last night with a large attendance
in tho Knights o St. J6lm lull.
Ma's. Ei. It. .Uoudley who was ,
a delegtito to tho state convention
at Dotiniiee was prcbcnt ami read
a highly interesting report. '
Atter considering routine busi
ueeBi arrangements were 'made 1'or
holding a lawn fete at tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. liondley
of Paik street on next Wednes
.1. lluiley returned Friday even
ing from Washington. C. II. whom
ho attended tho state grand ludgo
meeting or mo u. u. u. u. v.
as delegate l'iu'iu White City lodgo.
This is the third year that Mr.
Hurley has acted in that capacity
for tho lodge. Tho next grand lodgo
meeting will bo held in Lima, ni
August of 1'JOS. I
Marion Lodgo of Pathfinders No. ,
421. met last night in legidai hcs
hion. Tho attendance was large,
Aside from transacting tho usual
run of lodgo busiinobs, initiatory
vrnik was. taken up and the drgreo '
of the uxler eoni'errwl on one
eandidiite. Arrangements were made j
for Jioldimr a box social at tho
homo of, Mr. Clay Whito on south
Prospect street next Wednesday ev
ening. Canton aiarlon. 1. O. O. F held
n ...Atf n...tnrl .nA.r.r l l l.nlf ..
a eu ai iciiucu itiuLjii jij nit nan uu ,
North Main street. Friday evening, j
and went through Its monthly drill
Following tho business meeting, a
social was enjoyed and refreshments
Tho Foresters mot last night and
attended to routino business. Tho
ir'setiug was concluded with a
fcoeial hpssiou during which re
freshments weio served.
Marion Lodge, No. 402 titiendcd
to regular business al u meeting
held last niglil.
Promised to Pay Boaidblll, Sen
William Rankin, arrested several
days ago 011 tho chargo ot jumping a ,
board bill ot $16. GO, which ho owed
airs. Sndlo Kennedy, was arraigned '
beforo Justice Charles H. Conley, Fri
day afternoon. Ho was found guilty
and was sentenced to 30 days In tho
workhouse. Ho promised to go to
work and pay tho bill, and with that
understanding, tho nentonco was sus
, t -.
BULLET SHOT THROUGH
TROLLRY CAR WINDOW
Piqua. Aug. 10. Passengers on
a limited Western Ohio traction car
were startled to hear a rifllo shot
and tho bullet go crashing through
the window of tho ear. narrowly
missing a woman, and out again,
tearing a holo through tho loot.
They immediately looked out and
saw a man standing by tho side of
tho ear with a Winehcsto
in his hands. Ho Jind bocome ih-
eeiiscl becauso thotnotonnnn would
not stop tho limited train, which
only stops at largo towns nnd fired.
MW jl - 1 ., J
- OHLS - -WALL
Squandered is of no benefit. I
I lie small aum ol $50 used
judiciously mWlil liclp you a
great deal. II you can U30
tins amount or more or less
wc can accommodate you on
Loan3 on household goods,
pianos, liorbcs, etc., situated
unywheio in Marion, Hardin,
Wyandot orCrawlord countios
Marion Chattel Loan
131 1-2 B. Center Slrcct.
Wo spend a good deal of our
tinio in our bedrooms. Do
wo upond what wo ought in
the furnishing of tho room?
It should bo neatly aud IB
conveniently furnished, and
may bo done luxuriously by
Wo nre showing a special
lino of beautiful things at
figures to suit ovorybody's
WEST END FURNITURE
Bowman '& Sclioonboryor.
is cheaper because it
makes more bread to the
sack than other Flours.
It you would be con
vinced try it. Used by
more people in Marion
than all others combined.
For sale at all grocers
and made only by
Marion Milling &
The world's all right; only ti
chaps who want the world ar grumb-