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OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED ON
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th ON
'ACCOUNT OF HOLIDAY.
BOYS All sizes from 3
SEPARATE to Ki years in ei-
ther straight or
K n i c k erbocker
There are some
great values in
this new fall
stock of ours.
Cassi m ere s,
Prices, 25c50o75c up
$B0YS Almost a "hun-
FALL Ured and one"
CAPS styles to select from
The greatest cap
f selection wo have
? ever shown-ever
shown in Marion
Caps that have
i shape and style
' to them.
'MRS. EDWARD TRU1TT
BIT BY AUTOMOBILE
Left Ankle is Badly Crushed
Accident Takes Place Saturday Eve.
nlng Victim May be a Cripple
.. . For Life.
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Mrs. .Edward; TruitE o Bennett
Btreot had her left anklo crushed
ami uroucn uy Doing run uuwu ujri
aa automobilo drivca by C. C.l
Brown of tlio Boulevard, about) o
'o'clock Saturday evening.) The ac
cident occurred in front of tlio
Hughs & Cleary store oit North
Slain street. As a result of her
injuries, Mrs. Tniitt may bd a
cripple for life.
Mrs. Tmitt was standing n short
distance outhido tho curbing with
her husband, talking to her sister,
who was seated in a carriage.
Brown was driving his automobilo
Miuth and tho machine struck Mrs.
Tniitt, throwing her back beneath
ihe buggv near which she had been
standing. She fell almost beneath
u1 hoofs: of tlio horso and narrow
ly escaped being trampled down.
?'lie automobile ran over her left
oot and ankle.
Tlio injured woman was carried
into (ho Hughs & Cleary storo and
shortly afterward was taken to tho
General Emergency hospital. Sun
day Ti. W. Howard's ambulance
look her to hcrj homo on Bennett
Orchestra ilanco tomorrow night In
Scljwlnger's ball Gents 35c, ladles
Is now putting on Fall
nirs, Our trimmer is now
here and ready to supply
your wants. Bring in
your old lint; a few
touches here and there
with a little new trim
ming will make it look
like new. Prices a little
lower than exclusive mil
linery shop's. That's why
' our ' trade is succeeding
The Big Cash Store
D, B. GOODSELL
North Main St.
Subject of a Powerful Ser
mon. REV. MERCHANT S. BUSH
Occupies Pulpit at First Pres
Next Sunday Dr. George M. Rouike
Will Talk on "The Power of the
Kov. Merchant S. Dusli, ot Pltts
hurg, Pennsylvania, who is visiting
relatives In this city, filled the pulpit
ot the First 1'resbyterlan church,
Sunday evening nnd delivered an In
teresting discourse. A large congre
gation was in attendance. Rev. Mr.
Bush took his text from Phllllpplans
3:13 the subject being In regard to
The text, Rev. Mr. Bush Bald,
states the Christian Ideal und Its pur
suit. It tells us that the Christian
must separate himself from the
world nnd must get a new vision ot
Everyone in life must have his
Ideal nnd some means for its nttnln
mice. A man's success In lifo de
pends greatly on what is his Ideal.
A doctor, for Instance, may be prac
ticing his profession merely to nmass
a fortune, while another doctor may
have as his object a desire to make
new discoveries, to find out the cause
of various diseases and in that way to
do a great good for humanity. The
latter class has by far the greater
mission in life.
Somo Christians think that the
greatest mission in life is to, get
into heaven. The real mission of the
Christian, tho speaker said, should
ho to do good on earth and thus prepare-
himself for the eternity. If-
Christianity does not make this life
tho best for all, then Christianity Is
a failure. Cnrlstianlty must reach
every walk In lifo and must be
adaptablo to all people.
Tho speaker said that Christian
perfection must como by n gradual
operation or development. Like oth
er things created by God, we must
develop. Rev. Mr. Bush said that
Christians must forget as well ns for
give. They must bury the1 past by
getting something new In their heads
and hearts.- It Is absolutely Impos
slblo to forget tho house by brooding
"No greater Ho was over told by
Satan than when ho lends us to be
lieve that we can't get nway from the
past," said Rev. Mr. BuhIi.
Next Snnday evening, Rev. George
M. Rourke, tlio First Presbyterian
pastor, will speak on "The Power
ot the Press."
SBVENTII DAY ADVENTIST
A largo audience gathered in tho
tent to hear Dr. H. M. .Tump
speak on "The Christian Sabbath
or Iird's Day." In part ho said:
"Wo Adventisls keep the Chris
tian sabbath or Lord's Day for
several reasons. First, in Hebrews
1:12 and Cc-lossians 1:14-10 wo read
that Christ the Lord created tho
earth. It therefore innst have been
Christ who rested on Ihe seventh
day and! sanctified it as His sab
bath day. This act makes tlio
seventh day tho christian sabbath.
Ho says that Ho is "Lord of tho
Sabbath" Why? Becauso ho made
it and it is His day.
"There is not a text in tho Bible
that tells, us that tho first day is
tho Lord's day, but there are many,
such ns 7aiah CS:13, that declare
that tho seventh day, or tlio sab
bath, is His day. Rea-d Exodus
20:10 where the Lord in thunder
tones from Sinai . proclained that
the seventh day is tho sabbath or
tho Lord." I cannot understand
how nnyono can dare to dispute
him by saying that tho fint day it
tho sabbath of the Lord.' I can
not understand how nnyono can dare
to dispute Him by saying that tho
first day is tho sabbath of the
Lord or Lord's day." After show
ing that tho meeting of the dis
ciples on tlie first day, after tho
losiirrectiou could not have been
held in honor of Hint event n Luke
says in chapter 24:11 and 41 that
they did not beliovo that Ho W03
risen and John in chapter 20:10
tells us that they wero gathered
together for fear of tho Jews, tho
doctor gave considorablo attention
"There is no proof that Paul's
meeting at Trons wns a 6abhath
meeting. It docs not say that it
was, Paul declared in Acts 28;17
that ho hod "never committed any
thing against (lie people or customs
of tlio Jews. " Had he have over
kept or taught a sabbath other than
tho seventh day ho would not have
dared to utter these words for it
would have heon not only an offense
against tho Jewish peoplo but
against tho most rigid custom tho
fathers ever had."
"Paul taught that the law is
holy and tho commandment holy,
just and good and I believo that
Paul practiced it, and so- ought
wo. "Blessed are they, that do,'
Ready to Answer Call From Broad.
The local flro department made all
preparations to rush a part ot its ap
paratus to Broadway, a small station
on tho Krie, where a fire was raging
last night, Tho department received a
message from Broadway to hurry
there as tho cntlro town was threat
ened ,wlth destruction. When the
firemen bad loaded the chemical and
hose wagons from No. 1 department
on an Krlo freight car, they received
a messago that tlio flro was under
control nnd eonsequifritly djd not
make tho trip.
Soveral residences, several business
blocks and n barn wero destroyed by
Holds Annuul Reunion at the Brick,
Tho Sehtiltz family reunion was
held August 25th at tho country
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Brickcr ono and one-fourth milo
southwest of Green Camp with
about tliirty-fivo peoplo in attend
ance. At aioon hour a sumptuous
dinner was served and the remain
der of the pleasant day wns spent
It was, decided to hold tho next
reunion at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. William Schultz in this city.
Tlioo in attendance besides the
immediate- member- of tho family
wero Mrs. John Snyder, Mrs. Cnth
arino Wolfinger, Mrs. Margaret
Sehaffncr, Mrs. Frank Paddock
and son Harold, Mrs. Cliailes
Mnass and daughter Lulu and Mrs.
Amanda Huff 'all of Marion, Mr.
and Mrs. Myron Huffner and
daughter Hester of Agosta.
See Davies, the tailor. 110 Court
street .before buying your fall suit
or overcoat. 0-1-i-Ct
IS CALLED HOME
Christian Wasserbeck Dies
. Sunday Morning.
Deceased was u Well Known and
Highly Respected Man Funeral
Christian Wnsserbeck, an aged and
highly respected resident or Green
Camp township, died nt bis home,
one mllo west of Mt. Olive church at
11 o'clock Sunday morning.
Mr. WaBserbeck had been 111 hut
a few days, lie suffered a paralytic
Htroke last Thursday, from which he
did not rally. Ho was born In Wiir-
tonburg, Germany, May 30, 1830. He
came to America when quite n young
mnn nnd made his homo In Green
Camp township for tho past thirty
ypars. Ho was well known through
out tlio county.
A wifo, one daughter, Mrs. Kate
Almendlngcr, an adopted daughter,
Mrs, Perry Hoffman, nnd four sons,
Joseph, Jacob, Christian Jr., and
Albert wassorbeck survlvo to mourn
Funeral sorvlces will bo held at tho
Mt. Olive church at 10:30 o'clock
Tuesday morning and will bo fol
lowed by burial In the Mt. Olive
ISSUED BY Y. M. C. A.
Same Can be Secured
Entire Space Devoted to Describing
Features of the Ltcol In.
Tha annual book of the Y. M.
C. A. which came off tho press to
day is 0110 of tho neatest nnd most
elaborately arranged littlo books
over jnit out by tha local associa
tion. It contains not a word of ad
vertising" matter, tho space being
entirely devoted to picturing nnd
describing the features of Mnrion.'s
As a headliner tlio littlo book
defines the Men's Association ns
being a club, a night school, a gym
nasium, a readintr room and a reli
gious comer. Cuts of tho champion
uowiing team, 1110 gospel quar
tette, educational classes, base ball
and tennis grounds, swimming pool,
boy's club, and of tho lecturers
who appear on tho annual Y, M.
0.' A,( leeturo courso, aro to bo
found in tho pamphlet.
Members con secure copies of tho
hook at any time by calling int tho
Tho RIchwood Fair this week prom
ises to be the best In Its history.
The two Marlon bands have been se
cured to furnish miislp on both Thurs
day and Friday hundreds of Marlon
leoplo( will attend.
MARION DAILY MIRROR. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1907. . (
Will .Fight ,C D. & M. to. a
I 'ffi,. . if i m '
VACATION ;0F FRANCHISE
Demanded by Clinton Jown
Worthlngton -Citizens Restrained
by Court from Tearing up the
Tracks In the Village.
Taxpayers o.l Clinton township
in Franklin effun'ty Saturday filed
with tho county commissioners n
complaint thnfN1lio Columbus, Dela
ware & Marion-' traction copipany
is violating, itsfmuchise for tho
township, granted by I ho county
commissioners)' Mud asking that it
be i evoked niujCtho company, ousted
from il right 1 way.
The petition is signed) by C. C.
Hollenbnek mnlU.T. II. Nold. At
the next meeting of the commis
sioners, it willwhc placed beforo
tlrem by Clork'Jolin Scott, nnd in
nil probabilityHrcferrod to Prosecut
ing AttornoyjLKnrl T. Webber.
Among, alleged '.illegal acts of the
traction company" arc: That it has
raised the cashVfare between Clin
tonvillo nnd'CQljinibiH to 10 cents,
ono way, nhdW' cents a round trip
with ticket wit, sale only at tho
interurban stntion aud nono nt
Clinlonvillc; that transfers mro re
fused ot tho Jjiiminit street inter
section, nnd 'cars not operated as
city cars w'honthey reach the tracks
of tho city line: that cars are run
at a danger.ouspecd; that feed
wires nro dovoid of insulation; that
tho trolley poles ore defective and
a blot oii tiuV'lnndhcnpo.
"We will -light (ho C, D. & M.
to tho bitter, 'end," said one of tho
WonthiugUxr couneilmen Sunday
Jin had beeii' routed out of bed
at lli.lO Saturday night by Night
Jailer Charles. Resell, armed with
an order secured by Judge C. t.
Willinms fromVJiulgo 13., .B. Dil
lon, temporarily restraining council
from tearing up tho tracks in the
village. . In his;i petition, Judge
Willinms made the ! village, Mayor
.1. S. Wagner, 'and Conncilmen
John Hoglan, EdwnnL Wood, .7.
O. Jewctt, 13. .TV .Nclsort nnd Ed
ward Stritmatlor defendants.
Continuing the councilman said:
"We will go to court, and through
our attorney, M. U. Ricketts,
ask that the temporary restraining
order be dissolved. If this is done
I am not nt lihoriy'to tell tho next
step. Council has!, simply ordered
the road to remove its tracks and
poles from I ho 'village streets, and
hero wo nrc restrained from tear
ing up the tracjis ourselves. The
wholo village and the surrounding
country is with-nus in this fight,
and it will lie to, finish."
Tho trcublo between tho road nnd
(ho village staitedwhen the C, D.
& M. raised tho Columbus-Wor-thington
fare, Aug. , 01, to 15 cents
ono way, or a round trip for (i quar
ter. Council then." looked up tho
franchises, nnd oh Sept. 10 order
ed tho wad to vacate tho sheets.
RIchwood Fnlr this week.
I Services by the Local Con-
"Yom Klppur".is the Holiest of
all Days onfthe Jewish
Beginning nt G- o'clock Tuesday
evening tho Jewish peoplo throughout
tho worlS will celebrate "Yom Kip
pur," or tho "Day' of Atonement,"
tho holiest of nil days on the Jewish
calendar. The UnTo" to be observed
will last until CiToclock Wednesday
All plnces of business owned by tho
Jews will bo closed (during tho time
iui nuinuii mm sjiuciui BLTViucu "ill
take place Tuesday oyonlng nnd
Wednesday moriilng In tho rooms of
the Marlon Congregation of Israel,
me servico Tuesday evening win
begin at 7-30 o'chick and will be
In charge of Hepry Strolltz, with
Joseph Miller assisting. Musln will
be arranged and -In charge of Mrs.
Victor DombaugliTThe progress for
the evening, wjll slncludo tho singing
of "Kol Nldre," fa Jewish melody
which dates back'.tp the tlmo of Sol
Don't forget AllV RIchwood Fnlr
this week. Kj 2t
.Try tho Mlrreawank 'Column.
Nuptials Performed Saturday
Rev. Mr. Barnard.,
Miss Edna I4. Butcher and Mr.
Charles M. Snndridgo both of Mor
tal wero quietly united in marriage
nt tho Frco Baptist church parson
age in this city, nt 7 o'clock Sun
day morning. Rev. G. B Barnard
,porformcd tha coremony in the
prcsonco of but a fow witnessing
Theb ride is Mho daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Austin Butcher nnd nit
accomplished young lody. Tho
groom is a telegraph operator em
ployed at Morral. Hr. and Mrs.
Sandridgo will resido in Morral
For Elegant flew Residence of
Architects In Columbus bavo prac
tically completed plans for nn,
elegant two-story residence that Is to
bo erected by Prank Huber nt the
corner of Church and Greenwood
streets. The residence is to bo of
hpressed brick nnd cut atone with
modern Improvements throughout,
and will cost In tho neighborhood of
$25,000. It Is planned to commenco
work on the structure this fall,
DEATH OF INFANT
Kenneth Johnson Dies at
Kenneth Johnson, aged fifteen
months, tho only child of Mr. and
Mrs. Kltner Johnson, died at tlio
home of tho parents In Green Camp
at 2 o'clock Sunday morn,lng. Dentil
resulted after a short Illness with
Funeral services were conducted at
i o'clock Monday morning from tho
Green Camp Mehtotdlst church, Rov.
H. D. McCleary officiating. Inter
ment, was mado In tho Green Camp
be Held in This
October i9th. '
Candidates Having Three Highest
Grades will Take the Final
Mnrion, Ohio, Sept. 14, 1007.
Notice is hereby given that on tho
10th day of Octobor A. D., 1007, a
competitive examination will be hold
at Marlon, Ohio, for the purposo of
selecting a principal nnd two alter
nates ns candidates for appointment
to tho United States Military Acad
emy, nt West Point.
Persons competing In tins examina
tion must -bo actual residents ot this
Congressional District, not under 17
or over 22 years of ago on tho date
of admission (March 1st, 1008) and
not less than 5 feet, -1 Inches , in
height nt tho age of 17 years, or loss
than 5 feot, 5 inches In height nt
tho ago of 18 years and upwards,
Candidates will bo examined In tho
following branches, to-wlt: Algobrn,
Piano Geometry, English Grammar,
EngllBh Composition, and English
Literature, Geography and United
States and General History.
The threq candidates passlnp the
examination with tho highest grade
will bo declared respectively, Prin
cipal, First Alternate and Second Al
ternate and will ho entitled to take
tho final examination for admission
to the Acndomv. to bo hold at Co
lumbus Barracks Ohio, on tho 2in(
Tuesday In January, A. D. 1908.
Candidates must be In porfect
physical health nnd must bo unmar
G. E. MOUSER. M. C,
MISS EDITH ROBERTS
BECOMES A BRIDE
United In Marriage to Mr.
Both the Bride and Groom are Well
Known ond Highly Respected
Miss Edith T, Roberts and Mr.
(lathery Uncapher were married at
8 o'clock Sundnv mornine: at tho
homo of the hridV parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Thomas R. Roberts" on
North Prospect street. Tlio cere
mony was porformed by Key, Geo.
13. Barnard, pastor of tho Free Bap"
tis't church, and was witnessed by
only, tho immediate relatives: of ln"o
young peoplor. '
Both of tho young people are woll
known and highly respected. Tha
groom is a clerk at tho local post;-
Mr. and Mrs. Uncapher will
make their home with the bride's'
parents. , ; .K4Hl(iH
Contract With Aeronaut is
THREE FLIGHTS PLANNED
Ono to be Made Over Busin
ess Section of City.
With Favorable Weather the Com
ing County Fair Promises to be a
If there isn't an epidemic ot "stiff-
neck" In Marlon county by tho close
of next week It won't bo the fault
of T. L. Fuhr, of Coshocton, tho
man who will manipulate the nirsnip
Bcbedulod to mnko tbrco ascensions
during the fair. Mr. Fuhr will prou
nbly arrlvo hero about Thursday and
get his outfit In readiness ror action.
The contract for having Mr. Fuhr
maklnc the ascensions was closed at
a meeting of the executive committeo
ot the Marlon County Agricultural
society held Saturday afternoon. With
weather (jondltlons favorable, -Mr.
Fuhr will soar through tho ozone
Wednesday, Thursday nnd Friday of
fair week, going up late in tho after
noon of each day, this time of the
day being generally tho most propi
tious In the upper regions.
Mr. Fuhr has a dirigible alr-shlp
which bo claims Is larger and better
than that of Roy KnabeiiBbuo, tho
famous Toledo neronnut.. Ho savs
that be Is able to go higher and farth
er and to stay In the air longer than
Mr. Knabenshue. Unless accidents
happen, Mr. Fuhr will navigate his
machino so ns to bring it down m
tho exuet placo from where be start
ed. It Is likely that the start will h0
made from the open plnco In tho
center of tho raco track.
It Is probable that tho first two
days Mr. Fuhr will not travel far
from the vicinity of tho fairgrounds.
On the third and last day, however,
it is expected that he will make a
trip over tho business section ot tho
city nnd then return to the grounds.
This young noronaut has been meet
ing with great success this year and
baa mado somo notablo ascensions.
Ho has gono up ns high as 2,000
feet and at Zanesvlllo last week trav-,
eled four' miles from tho city. Tho
machino which bo uses, whllo tho
property of tho Coshocton AerIul
Navigation company, Is of hla own
Whllo not being used, tho airship
will bo enclosed In a canvass and
shown for a nominal admission fee,
Mr. Fuhr will bo present to mnko all
Besides closing the "contract with
tho airship men, tho executive com
mittee attended to other details con
cerning plans for tho fnlr. Pros
pects for n big week aro very bright.
J. A. Knnpp, secretary of the fulr
board, stated Monday .morning that
with weather conditions favorable,
Marlon county will get 11 rnlr equal to
nny over held In tlio state,
AH of the buildings have been
denned nnd repaired nnd tho cntlro
grounds will look llko now. The
vegetable linll will bo particularly
attractive, and there will be bold the
corn contest, n new fenturo. Every
oxhlblt, except In somo lines of farm
produce, will be much larger than
Tho committee arranged to have
the Waldo, Prospect nnd Steam Shovel
bands play during the weok.
Entry lists for the races will closo
at midnight. Saturday, nnd for tho
exhibits will closo next Monday
Dancing class for beglnnors In
Schwlngor's ball tomorrow at 7 p,
m. After dance. Orchestra musln,
ATTORNEY IS SUED
TOR BREACH OF PROMISE
New Philadelphia, O., Sept. 10.
Judge' Shotwell Jia ordered nn
olllcinl investigation of tlio charges
hiouglit by Mrs. Minnie Cloldwnito,
of Anderson, Indiana, against At
tn moy Henry Bowers.
Mw. Qoldwaito recently brought
n. breach of promise suit against
Bowors, alleging thnt ho had many
tiinefl agreed to wed, her, although
lie has a wito living ami mention
iug numerous lovo lollors.
RIchwood Fair this week.
GET THE CASH HABIT.
Get Satisfaction With
Sole Agents lor
The Warner & Edwards Store
TO WEAR ,
Is the question today with hun
dreds of ladies. Stylish things
Ready-to-Wear can be bought
at this Store at the price ol the
materials, and the trying dress
making troubles avoided.
' Separate Skirts,
Plaid Silk Waists,
Sixteen Cases will be Heard During
Tlio September term of court wllj
open Tuesday morning with Judgirt
Norrls, Hurln nnd Donnelly on the
bench. Sixteen enses, are -"on the'
nses, are - on tue w
ration and it fW
Iges wUMio iiertf 5C
docket" for consideration
likely thnt tho Judges
ror a weok or moro
follow the Peoples Band to the
RIchwood Fair Thursday and tbp'
Marlon steam Shovel Dund Friday, y
JINf:SAIVfc ACTS LlXt A POULTICE
We have ready for
your inspection u large
line of the new' Fall suits
in Broadcloths, Serges
and all the new mixtures
in stripes and checks.-
Buy now aud get the
advantage of a long sea
J. P. tudwig
Marion's Specialty Store.
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New Suits I
New, York . Store