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THE MARION DAILY MIRltOlt. MONDAY, OEPTEMBER 10, 1007.
An HONEST OFFER
Wo offor to loan ovory honest man or woman in Mai'?n County
who own Chattel property all tho monoy thoy need. Wo allow you
to itay us back- In small weekly or monthly payments and to provo
our claim that wo aro tho cheapest Loan Company in Central Ohio wo
are submitting Uomo of our ratc3.
$1.10 per wc?k pays a $20.00 loam
1.20 per week pays a $40 loan,
$1.40 por"weok pays' a $50.00 loan.
$2,00 por. wook pays a $76.00 loan.
$2;iG.O per week pays a $100.00 loan.
Other amounts in samo proportion.
. in all
' Marion Chattel Loan Co. W&h&F'
For a hctiltjiful drink
for these hot days try
F. J. LUSCH
N.B. Cor. Stat ft CenUr Bta.
BricK Cement, time, Sand,
Wall Plaster, Sewer Pipe.
Price & Hurley
Prospect St. Phone 284
This will bo a good week for
fancy ripo tomatoes, wo will liavo
lots of them and nico ones too.
Wo expect to have fancy peach
es and plums every day, fancy
New York State eating and cook
ing apples, cauliflower, pickles,
small onions and everything for
making all kinds of'mixed pickles.
Everything in canning supplies.
Place your order for tho
winter supply of
. HARD OR SOFT
with mo. All grades at tho
R. P. BUSARD
Bennet St. Both Phones.
These are the largest
we can Buy. They are
very very meaty and of
fine flavor whon you want
some extra fine ones. Try
ftji ,i"i" i , .
Phones 39. 209 E. Center St.
Agency lor Woods Boston Coffcos
- OHLS -
THIS is the most opportune
time to buy coal. The lawn
is solid, the weather fine
and the price is right.
HARD - OR - SOFT - COAL
The Implement Mfg. Co,
MACHINISTS ARE .BLAMED
For the Trouble Caused by
J, J. Tressler Meets With Accident
At Gallon Railroad News of
J, J, Tressler,. ot No. 217 Boule
vard, un Krlo fireman, had tho third
linger ot his left hand badly crushed
at Gallon Saturday evening. Tressler
was n.uttlng tho steel covering bn tho
st,cam cnest pt tuo locomotivo wnon
tho heavy casting fell on his hand.
His Injury was dressed in tho .emerg
ency hospital at tho Sawyer Sanltor-
J. M. Bowler, an Krlo fireman re
siding nt No. 335 Olnoy aVcnuo, was
tho v'ctlin of a painful accident oc
curring In tho south yards of tho
Krlej Sunday, Wjhila leaning out
of tho cnglno cab his head came In
routnet with thq rod on a mall
catching stand, cutting a sovcro
gash In tho tcmplo nnd rendering
him partially unconscious. Ho was
taken to tho Sawyer Sanltorlum,
whoro surglcnl attention wns rend
ered. Ho was later romoved to his
hlmo. Ills condition Is not serious.
Tho scab machinist's work on tho
Erie's passengor equipment has began
to .have a telling effect and almost
dally somo train Is being delayed
from two to flvo hours by a break
Erlo train No, 8 .was delayed threo
hours this morning by a cylinder head
on tho cnglno blowing out. Tho ac
cident occurred near Spcncervlllo rind
tho train laid on the tracks threo
hours, awaiting tho arrival of nn
othcr cnglno. A special train was
mado up ai tho local depot and run
out 6n regular No. 8 tlmo.
Train No. 13 was hold up at El
gin for sovornl hours yesterday whllo
repairs woro bolng mado on tho cn
glno. A brokou steam plpo dis
abled' tho onglno to tho extcut that
It was necessary to roplaco It with
A broken occontrlc on tho engine
drawing strain No. 12 yesterday hold
a scoro of anxious passongors on n
sldng for sovornl hours. Tho ep
glno on No. 3 yesterday also blow
out a cylinder head whllo tho train
was running viioar Problo, Indiana,
and the train was delayed for four
Novor before in tho history of this
section ot tho road has thoro been so,
frequent nnd disastrous accidents and'
Hio trouble Is nil Jald at tho feet ot
tho" scab workmen.
Tlio Pennsylvania paid its employes
In the city today, tho pay car arriv
ing about 10 o'clock.
Tio Erlo omployes roceived
regular monthly chocks today.
'N. E. Cqnkle, of Huntington, tbb
popular pnBsongor train hrakoman
running between this city and Chi
cago has boen promoted to tho posi
tion of train baggageman running
out of tho city on No. 3 for Chicago.
Ilg Four train No, 36 was throo
hours lato today, bolng dolayod by a
freight wreck near Indianapolis.
.T TT Tflltin tlMlttimnut ft, nf 1.
l.lmfi fllvinfmi nf nm'TCMn ...m. i.AA.i
w " . ..v .ciiu vr,iu iiirtm- i
flitartera at Huntington, wns looking
after business In tho city this morn
Ij. ,1'. Corcornn, tnilnninator ot tho
Pennsylvania, has Issued an order in
structing freight conductors not to
nlaco loaded coal cars on sidings In
front of empty cars that aro ready
to bo moved. Tho order has been
posted In tho local office.
Edward Thomas has boon annolntcd
to tliSJponltlon ns .chief clerk at tho
Ero tronsteY housb to nil tho place
loft vacant through tho resignation
of Rodney Kccco who leaves this
week1 for Pittsburg whero ho has
accepted a clerical position In tho
office of tho general ngent.
Tho Krlo bandied tho Stetson and
St, Clair Undo Tom's Cabin com
pany between Gallon and Illcbwood
In tho past twelve niontbs, 20
states havo cltbcr reduced passenger
rates or Initiated means to do so.
In tho current Isstio of tho Erlo
Railroad JCmpIoycn' mngazlno ap
pears an oxccllcnt likeness of gener
al foreman .E, F Gorman nnd his
offlco forco at tho Erie's Hilcr Hill
Ira Schrock Meets Wilh Accident in
Ira Schrock, a fireman on nn Krlo
switch engine, hml a narrow escape
from' serious Injury whllo in his
cab, Sunday night. A mall car was
thrown down a Hiding and a project
lug steel arm used for catching mall
sucks struck the cnglno cab and
pinned Schrock against tho side. Ho
was badly bruised but not seriously
ENTER UPON DUTIES
Marion Now Has a
Two Deliveries in the Resident and
Four in Business District
T lio now assignment of . territory
fOr tho local mail oamiors went iiw
to effect todny and from now on
cyory ono living within tho corpora
tion limits, unless ho happens to ho
on a street whero there is no hide
walk, will have his mail delivered
The two carriers who will cover
tho business section of tho city,
making- four deliveries daily, aro
It. J. Ponnoll and M. J. Weaver.
Tho iiuio other carriers will work
in the residence part of tho city,
making two "deliveries daily.
There will ho no mounted carrion
in tlio future, making it impossible
to mako deliveries whero facilities
fpr walking aro not good.
This morning Postmaster M. B.
pirkeraon ojinouncod tho appoint
ment of Cloydj N". Santcr as sub
CLUBS AND SOCIETY
Honoring lior houso guest, Miss
Ituhy Kennedy, of Cleveland, Mi;s.
Fon ton Fish of South Stato street
entertained a company of twenty
young ladies nnd gentlemen Satur
day ovening. In an interesting scries
of '"Hearts" Miea 'Margin"
Krnus-o nnd Mr. Lowell Guthery
win tlio prizes. A' dainty luncheon
was served by tho hostess.
The Columbus Driving
E. W. FISHER, President
JOHN G. DUNN, Treas. HARRY D. SHEPA1D, Secy.
GRAND CIRCUIT MEETING
' Sept. 16 to 27.
Tre greatest event in racing history.
800 Entries, Over 400 Horses,
The Kings and Queens cf the turf handled?by fam
ous drivers. v
4 Races Each Day .v
Don't miss the event. Meet your friends hers. Ad
mission $1.00, Ladies 50 cents. Ample accomodations.
Good Music, Make your arrangements to be here.
is -Mute to Father's
ENROUTE TO P00RH0USE
Whon Death Angel Came to
Archibald Annctt Aged 8o and
Dying is Ordered Taken to the
"Don't let, them tako mo to tho
poor houBe", cried Archibald Annctt,
aged 80 years, when tho officers ot
tho Infirmary-called at tho homo of
his son, "for If I go I will surely dlo
on tho way." And truo to his pre
diction tho nged man died whllo being
taken it) tlio poor house Saturday
Ills son was inuto to tho appeals ot
tho father nnd , requested tho Infirm
ary directors, Messrs lrcy nnd Kline
felter to tako his sick father away.
Tho old man had been 111 for sov
orul days and, 'was gradually bowing
to the Infirmities of old age.
Ho begged to be allowed to remain
at tho homo of his son hut to no
avail and tho Infirmary directors had
no altornatlvo hut to convey him to
tho Infirmary. When tho ambulanco
had reached Ilnyl's corners, tho angel
of death brought relict to tho suf
Tho remains Svere brought to this
city and taken to the prlvnto morgue
of Undertaker Charles r. Hess,
whero they woro prepared for burial.
Tho funeral services will bo held
Coroner K. lu Brady was notified
of tho death and after mnklng an
examination 6r' the circumstances
stated that death' was duo to old
ago. ' $'
Mr. Annott had lived In Marlon
county during 'Jtho greater part of
ms ma. no nail lived in nearly
every town nnujlllagc In tho coun
ty nnd was well-known. For somo
tlmo ho had llvcafwlth his son ncur
Buy pastcurlzcd"mlTk and bo safe,
Cc por quart of tho'Puro Milk Co.
Mis? Uon lla,rt of. '-Newnrlc, U. is
visiting hor parents in Caledonia.
Mr. Harry Lennon -was In Colum
bus today looking after business.
Hon. Grant Mnuser. was looking
after legal business lmAgosta today.
Harry Boyd was tho'lsuost ot Clove
land friends, Sunday.
MIbs Virginia Tynerlcft this morn
ing for Cincinnati, whero shc will
enter tho Cncnnatl Catholc seminary.
Clydo Court will re-'ontor tho Ohio
State university today to' -rcsumo his
studies in tho engineering course.
Mr. Clifford Harvey loft this
morning to enter thosChcstor Military
collego In Central Pennsylvania.
Mis Naomi Pittman. of Caledonia
left Monday for Akron whero she
will enter Buchtol college
Miss Mnrlon Clark' was tho guest
ot hof sister Charlotte in Cloveland,
John Irwm left Monday morning
1 f VHBV
for Crnwfordsvlllcc, Ind, where ho will
resume his slurics in tho Wabash
Horace Burns, left today for Woost-
or collego whoro ho will resumn his
studies In tho engineering courfco.
Mrs. F. II. Owen has returned
from a visit with friends in Uppor
Mrs. Philip Smith -of rBarnhnrt
street is very ill with pneumonia
and heart troubla.
Judge B. O. Young was in Upper
Sandusky today attending to legal
Mr. Cass Ireland returned today
from Columbus, whero ho had been
spending several days visiting friends.
Mr. Qcorgo Schuto left this morn
ing for Dayton, Ohio, where ho will
spend several days looklnr after bus
iness. Emerson Schocnlaub left this after
noon for ColumbUB, where ho will
enter his second year In tho collego
of law of tho Ohio State university.
Clatldo Doty, of New .York City.
traveling for tho Packard Aiitomobilo
company, visited his parents on West
Center street, Sunday.
Mrs. Frnnk Berry has returned
to hor homo In Urbana, aftor a
pleasant visit with Mrs. J. p. Dom-
baugh, of South Oreonwood street.
Mrs. Chester Carllslo and daughter.
of Now York, aro tho guests of Mr.
and Mrs, Fred Habcrmnn, of Dela
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Spragg and
son, Froddlo Sprngg, returned Sun
day from Kansas City, whero thoy
resided during tho past few months.
Miss Hnttlo May Wolford and MIbs
Helen Whiting left this morning for
Oberlln, whoro they will enter Ob-
iMIsbcs Mabel and Clara Loftier left
this morning for Oberlln, where they
will resume their studies In the Ob
erlln Conservatory of Music.
Mr. AI Lower, of Irvln, Ohio, wns
tho guest ot his parents. Dr. nnd
Mrs. H. J. Lower, of Scoflcld
Heights, over Sundny.
Clifford Glllotto left today for tho
Ohio Stato university nt Columbus.
where he will outer his second year
In tho engineering department.
Miss Donna Rttth Crlsslngor, of
West Center street, and Miss Mao
Katz, of tho Boulevard, left today
for Akron, Ohio, whero they will
enter Buchtcl collego.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Warren and
son Lawrence, and Mr. Charles
Schroder spent Saturday the
guests of friends1 in Columbus. '
Dr. II. W. Sagcr was called to
Mortal, Saturday evening hv tho
serious illness of Mrs. ' William
Cleorgo Morris, of East Church
Rtrct, left today for Columbus whoro
ho will enter his senior year In the
engineering course of Ohio Stato, un
Airs. Eugene Quackcnbush' of
Chicago, wlio has been tho guest
of Mrs. S. F. Ooddon of East
Church1 street, for tho post week,
left this morning for thcr homo.
"Casey," the German comedian,
who is playing the Richwood fair
this week spent Sunday with his
Delaware friends. Casoy formerly
was n member of tho skating rink
Miss Joey Summer, of DeOrnff, Ohio,
who has been tho guest of Mr. nnd
Mrs. D. W. Strnyer, of Greonwood
street for aovornl days, left this
morning for Delaware, whero sh&
will resume her studies In tho Ohio
Dr. Frank Hi. Mann, wlin has
been following the profession of
dentistry i'i Findlny (for sovoral
years, will locnto m Mnnon m tho
near future, having rented offices
nt No. 115 1-2 West Center street
Dr. Mann is a son of J. Q. Mann
ot Mt. Vernon avenuo and is u
grnduato of Marion High school.
Forty Head are Sold Monday at
II. D. Beaver of Prospect con
ducted hid regular semi-monthly
liorso snlo at liis barn in that town
Monday afternoon. A large crowd
wns in attendance. The snlo opened
at 1:30 o'clock and closed at 4
o'clock and during that time forty
heml of lino draft horses woro dis -
posed of. Tho snlo provod one of
tlio most successful over conducted
Suit was brought In tho, court ot
common pleas Saturday jnornlps by
John Amlcon and Snmuol Court, do
ing business under tho firm namo of
John Amlcon, Dro. & Company,
against tho Pennsylvania Itallway
company. Tho plaintiffs, through
their attorneys, Mouser & Qulgloy
nBk judgment for $243.73.
Tho plaintiffs say that March 2G,
1907, thoy delivered 75 barrels of
applos, vnlued at $243.73, to tho
railway company, to bo convoyed to
Columbus. Transportation was de
layed nnd tho apples did not reach
Columbus until April 1. This delay
emifjod tho fruit to bo n total loss,
tho plaintiff claims.
Meet Us Face To Face.
Our Fall Style Shoes
will please you in fit,
quality is unexcelled.
BEATTY & LONG
It Developed He was a
ANTHONI PLEADS QMLTY
Fined For Selling Liquor on
Goodly Collection of Common
Drunks Face the Mayor
Edward Antonl, tho North Main
street Baloon keeper, arrested on an
affidavit filed by Officer Chapman
for Belling intoxicating ihi"' u"
Sunday, September 1, pleaded guilty
when nrralgncd In tho mayor's court,
Saturday night. Anthonl was uneu
I. It. Schultz, who was arrested
Saturday for neglecting to pay a
board bill at tho homo ot Georgo
Scotford on Silver street, was given
a hearing Saturday night. It doveloped
that Schultz had been going to re
vival services In various parts of tho
city and securing help from the
church people. He used tho money
they gavo him to buy boozo and
pawned tho clothes that they provided
for him. Ho claimed that Scotford
Pgrecd to keep him nt his home
without paying anything for board
and lodging. On condition that
Schultz lcavo town Scotford agreed
to withdraw tho affidavit.
Abo Morrison and John Thurman
worn nrroatcd for drunlicnness on
cast Center street, Saturday night by
Officers Slaglo and Frame. Thoy
wero lined $5 each by tho mayor at
tlm hearlnc Sunday morning. To
gether tho men had about $1 and they
agreed to pay tho remainder.
David HlmmlKcr was arrested Sun
day afternoon by Officers Cuslc and
Boll. HImmlgcr wns creating a ois
turbanco and had moro ot a package
than ho could conveniently carry. He
was fined J5 by tho mayor and gave
Ills noto for tho amount.
.Too .Tonkins, n common drunk.
wns arrested by Officer Doubikon, on
North Main street, Saturday nlRlit.
Ho paid ono dollar and gavo a noto
for tho remaining four dollars of his
Orn Griffin was arrested lost Satur
day night by Officer Hostettcr. for
drunkenness. Griffin had no money
so ho was hold until last night and
was then released.
The Ladies', Aid society of Mio
First Prehhyierinit church will rivo
a "hot tanialo" supper in tho base
ment of tho church, Friday even
ing. William Stlffler was arrested at
Lalluo, Saturday, on nn affidavit died
In Justlco Conley's court, chnrRliiK
ihlm with Jumping n board bill of $8
which ho owed Mrs. Anna Lcnvorton.
Stlffler settled and was released,
Marrlago licenses havo been Issued
jto ciaronco Wllholm and Kdlth h.
Gnmblo, Mnrlon; Amos G. Uncaphor
and Kdlth T. Roborts, Marlon;
Charles M. Sandrldgo, Morral, and
Edna L. Butcher, Morrnl.
Tho iFrnnccs Willnrd W. C. T.
U. will meet Tuesday nftornoou nt
2;30 o'clock nt tho homo of Mrs,
Ewi Fletcher on South Stato
street. The meeting hoing tho first
of tlio year considornblo important
business; will come, up for consid
eration. Olllccrs for tho ensuing
year -will ho elected. Every mem
ber is earnestly requested to at
tend. 11" ' 1
A lazy man goes far, and ha who
ihuni labor lnbnr flnnhlv
i i . n r a i . i
4-rT . k' ' . A
years of experience and watchful care and a determination to excel,
Fr satisfactory Eervices ANTHONY LAUNDRY
We Will Treat You RIGHT.
wear and price the
Quick Baled And Sin all
Profits Shoemcn. . . .
B. Pride of
Always in the lead,
flore of this superior
Flour used in Marlon
than all others com
bined. The reason ?
Try a sack and you
will know. For sale
at all grocers and
made only by
Marion Milling &
It's Your Coal
We are after now. Don't
wait longer to order coal
Hard or Soft Coal
It's the best money can
buy, and at prices very
M0ZIER & WREN
N. State, Between 2 Rys.
What sort of u cut of
ment you order here, it's
always the best to be
North Main E. 0nti
.tJl " Rnnnnc
2, im ,v "3W
QVICH Mf At
3F.E'S LAXATIVL HONEY and TAf
RELIEVES COUailB n r.OLDD V
Can only bo given by sat
factory equipment with