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:THE MA1U0N DA'lLY MIRROR.
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A GOOD SPONGE
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Who Will Speak nt tlie Sunday ' , " ' v , V ' Vlfe
School Association Thmsduy at '"''':' "-''wL '"'i '" -
thc'First Presbyterian - - - . KJjfc - "v " " 'fff s -
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Milfgrf Wi Eft ' ' A-
v T P I uneeaa discuii i ;
ibhHI m iif&M " m II)' -.
K. C Knnpp, tin all nrouml up-to-date
Sunday School innn. For a msin
of IiIh act, possibly no man in Amer
ica has liml greater opportunities-and
tho opportunities linvo been well Im
proved. Ho Is a fluent speaker,
who liltK the nail on tin hond. IIu
hits straight out from tho sliouhlor.
No, suporlntcndnnt, teacher, work
er or lover of tho Sunday' School
c;yi alTord to miss this chance to
hear him at tho Presbyterian church,
Thursday, SopU 19 ul IJ'and 7:30 p.
in. This Institute Im, under tho nus
plcca'of tho township and city Sun
day School Association.
OATIIHItlNH F1KS, Secy.
J. . VIRD15N, l'ren.
Funeral services over -the remains
o' Kdwufd Shillh were hold at noon
today at tho residence of Mrs. Clara
Smith,.' on Went Center Htreot. The
remains were taken on tint Hocking
Valley to Hadnor for burial.
Tilie fulreinl of Christian Wawrr
liwk ma lii-lil al ll)::!ll o'elof-k
Tiirnilsiy morning af llio Ml. Olivo
church, wcl of (i'ri-1-u Caiun. The
wtviccs were nltoiitle.l by one of
the liwgl xiiiiuiIh over fort at a
l'uneiu in 'Mm'iou comity V C.
M. Pcliaif iL' Pl-ow-ntI was ll.
uiini.sler in dinrjjo.
0. E. Perry, Lcsseo ami Managor.
THSRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th
Tlie J. W. Treadwell Attractions (Inc)
Present tlie Glassiest Singing "and
Dancing Comedienne o( tho period,
In the Furtji'H c.1 al) Musical Facte
JJy Mark 15. Swan
Two Hours and Forty AIluutoH of
Bong ami Laughter,
Hoar-"TJioy All Look liknMary'
' CarisBliiiia.""HiicniBo PmMhrricri
Now," '.DarlliiB," "If r Should Fall
in Jjovo With You," ' tliorry,,"Hiif
Ain't ThiitKliiil of a Girl," Ktu, Kte.
Prices, SI, 75c, 50c, 25c. Boxes $1.50
Wook of September 16
P0RTEKJ. WIIITK&" COUii Uraaiailo
AbOlbON & LlVINUaTON
EUGENE SWEET, Comedian
Dli. SIUNUU CUAIUS,
Pictures. The Holy Land, An Icy
A coupon tlckut Klven w'lli uncli
ou. imrtiiutt kooiI nt Mcoiiiinn'.
lliimllny lirtiKlu. nnd Million Ulolli-
luc v-i Vlunl i;o. kui lot- r.c in trmlu
nt uni-li iniulin-o, ftloil Wuil Hat.
Matfnoo Monday. Wednesday
nmTSaturday. 3 p. m. lOq.
Childron undor 12 years old
Saturday Matinees 0 cents.
EWliig Shows 7;30 & ) p. nt.
'riOKETB 10c and 20o
fl 4HI H a Hi nH H Bl n In
fm U H m EM q w H n
IhH H Both arfi thfi result of nhvsiral I
Francis Willard W. C. T. U.
Delegates . to State Meeting
StcubcnvJlls are Selected
Important business was transacted
til a regular mooting of tho Frances
Willanl W. V. T. U. Iiuld at llio
homo of tho presldont, . .Mrs. isvii
I'lCtcher, on South State street, Tues
day- afternoon. Ijelagates to tho
sL-to convention to lu hold In Steu-
lieuvlllo, October 23, si ami un, were
(hubcu and tho annual election of
officers took place.
Tho delegate to tho state meeting
aio Mrs. I. iniiio Miiiun, .Mrs. uau
Hedges, Mrs. O. A. .Jennings and
Mrs. F V. AmHso". It Is alho prob
able that tho retiring president,' Mrs.
l-letcher, will attend.
The now offlcuid uro Mrs. O. -A.
Jennings, president; Mrs. Stella
Messenger, corresponding secretary;
Mis. Lilible Smith, recoidlng secre
tary; .Mrs. Anna Holrei-ninn, trcas
1'ier. Mrs, Kleleijer, tho rollrlng presi
dent of tlie Frances Willard Union,
was recently chosen county presi
dent. Tho society, by a. rising vote,
thanked Mrs, Fletcher for her serv
ices , ,
The next meeting will tako place lit
State of Ohio, Qlty or Toledo, Lucas
Frank J, Cllenoy makes an oath
hat.ho Is onior partner of the flnii
cf 1. .1. Cheney & Co., olng business
u tho City of Toledo, Countjr-nml
jtutc aforesaid, and that sad firm
vlll pay the sum of ON'K HUND1U3D
OI,LAIlJ for each and every case
f Catarrh that cannot bo cured by
ho uro of Ilall'u Catarrh Cure
FUANK J. OIIUNMY,
Sworn In heforo mo and subscribed
n my presence, this Ctli day of I)o
.eiiiber A. 1).,.18S0.
fScat.) Rotary Public.
ITall's Calarrli Cure Is taken in
eriially, and aeis directly on the
b'ood and iiiucoiis surfaces of the
stem. Send for testimonials freo
F, J. CHUNKY & CO,,
Sold by all llrilgglstB, 7liu.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
Have Fine Chance to Win
Outside This County Very LHtlo
Corn Will he Matured Before, '
' Oct. 1. v
Mr. F. II. iwon, manager of tho
Marlon Milling and Grain company,
and who has chargo o,f tho coming
county corn enntdst re'colvod a lat
ter yesterday from Mr, J. Goddaril,
of tho state- experiment station, in
.,1 . - . '. inMi
1 m ''
1 1 'V
M wy1 moisture proof packages. Wh '
WJX NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY M '
which It is stated "Marlon county
farmers will never have a better
i banco to win against the other coun
ties of tho state -than they will have
this year, stating for bls'reason that
outside of Marlon county there will
he no corn matured until after Oc
Tho corn show promises to bo a
hiicccss. Tho agricultural society has
lnado special provision for space and
every exhibitor Is assured of fair and
Impartial treatment. All entries for
tho big contest must bo mado by
Monday evening at G o'clock, Sep
"Hot Tainala!" Plenty of them at
First Presbyterian church Friday
evening, 5:110. Meet us tlicro.
' ' - 0-18-2t
MAKE THli BRIDEGROOM PAY.
Singular Marriage Custom Among ths
A singular marrlngo custom provnlls
among the French Candlnns In Que
bec, says a writer In Pearson's Week
ly. Aftor tho morning marriage serv
ice In tho church tho bridal" party of
calccho or carrlolo mnko a tour of
calls upon relatives and friends dur
ing tho day and then return again to
church for vespers.
Peforo tho evening danco at tho
brldo's now homo comes tho supper.
When tho company rlso from tho tnblo
the brldo keeps her sont and somo 0110
asks with great dignity: "Why does
madnm wait? Is sho so soon la bad
Sho roplles: "Somebody has Htolon
my slipper. I cannot walk."
Then thoy carry hor, chair nnd
all, Into the middle of tho room, while
a loud knocking announces a gio
tesquc, ragged vendor of boots and
shoes. Ho kneols hefoto the slipper
less brldo nnd tries on a long succes
sion of old boots nnd shoes of every
variety and slzo until at last ho llnda
hor missing bIioo.
Tho bridegroom redeems It for a
good prlco, which Is spent In trentlng
tho company. It tho bridegroom Is
not wntchful, they stenl hor hat ami
clonk, which ho redeems In tho samn
Way, nnd they hnvo been known to
steal tho brldo, for which thoio must
bo llbornl pay. Tho ovont of tho
ovenlng lu.n good Jig, in which n giti-st
volunteers to outilnnco the brldo. II
successful the visitor demands a prize
from the bridegroom.
The Insano Aeronaut.
Orvlllo Wright, tho aeronaut, uliwiU
hln hcud good humuiedly
"No," bo said, "I can't bo Intel
"ltut," pleaded tho reporter, "when
I've como ulJ tho way to Dayton?"
Mr. Wright smiled.
"It I wore to .tak ncromiutlcs with
avory loportor who nslis mo to," he
said, "I'd soon be In such a coutlltfoa
"I'll lMuatrnte with a story Uo con
dition 1 mean.
"A visitor to a lunatic asylum jjaw a
young man running about catching
"What Is ho?' said tho visitor. 'An
"'No,"sald tho superintendent; 'ho
is an aeronaut,'
" 'An a6ronaut?'
"'Yos, sir. Very sad case. Tho dif
ficult questions put to him by tho re
porters drovo him mud In the end. It
Is his Idoa now, whon ho catches
enough Utcs, to harness thorn to a
soap box, and so fly over tho wall nnd
OF LECTURE COURSE
Thomas E. Green
Attraction Promises to be
one of the Best on the Ex.
Tlio Y. Al. Ma. lecture course
ol' riie beahon'(M)7-U3 will open
Oct. 17th wilh.lJ&teinios. K. Gic
r.is tho initial ultmcjibn. Dr. Urecu
will sot a great pncoiXor his fellow
livntuiertf anil i-iitcrtninera lo fol
low 11s lie i ui- oL'VtHo most prom
inent men on tho j.vceuni platform
He holds iii,s lu-arqrs intensely m
teivsted in Iiis Mibjcef, carries Miem
with him on tin- forceful ami logi--al
iuvcfetiigntion of -Uho theme in
hand. Dr. (!ieftfg onthusmstic
audience are tlio'lbest pixwf of
Hie general appi"val"ivliic.li greet
liim. Ho lia.si iii reputation for ap
pearing oil 11 emiisoJypar aflcr yaar
once an aiiilieuri- iluis heanvl him,
llrK lioweyr, i- l-is fii-st .appearance
it is Dr. Ciw-enVficxlensivo pei-
DTt. THOMAS E. GREEN
Who Opens the Local Y. M. 0.
A. Lecture Courso on Oct. 17th .
let'lurcH f dull
ajlditiou to tin-
-if tinntter of
uiiiiuy n im "" 'JU.J.;1!'- jMvtiii,
jieiMinality, and uis'wula experi
ence, ho '.trculs lii'i lienreiK lo a
rare flow of wit "iin1 iikki" which
nitis tluoiigli thoilisoourto ami
gives to Mm whole nlv-hispiring mes
sage of optiiiu-in. ; '
Tlia following n what the Do.-toii
.ouriiul lias In MiyWoiiconiing Dr.
Clreon ami hi ndilrcfe:
"No one wlu Jiehrtl .Dr. Green's
nihlivm, will,' biin -forget ' I1
wiirt u sjiccpli that ifjpriuitcl in full
would not bo adequnloly reported.
It wiw a piuso ilo'.",pm 'pati-jotism,,
ami n'n exaltation of Tnorican des
tiny, .o (Hiriu-il.v, ' rft)(sldllfiilly, so
nuignnliilly ilelnei-oditdlint M10 aud-
louco wan again ana nguui liLtcd
Surety Companies Must' Make Good.
Chicago, Seit J7,-fntlgo Sanhorn,
In tlio Unltoil Sialyl circuit court
Mondto'. decided thiit'Biirqty eompa
nles who sign bonds; for postal 0111
ployoa who tako mdiy from th
mulls uro issponulblu 'for tho aniouul
A Funitlvo Poe.m.
"This," said tho pafty'wltb the un
harbored hair, as ho pulled, a manu
script from his pockot'jis' a fugltlvo
"Why do you calllytft fuBltlvo
poom?" asked bis frlojul.v- vf
"lieoausb," oxpahiodjgiho( vorslllor,
"uyery time I hand l( to 7in editor I
hnvo to ruu for my life."
FIGHT MONDAY NIGHT
Writes Says Resulted From
a Kidding Match.
C. F. Noblct Goes on a Uompngc
and Lands in the Cooler Grant
Hurry Crlten, who waH Injuied by
Kliner '1'weudle nt the 15rlc rouinl-l-.oitso
Monday nlfiht, tiled an affldav
'lt (iRaliiBt Twecdlo In the mayor'a
coiii-t today, charging him with as
mtult and battery
Crltca aayn the trouble was the re
sult of a "kidding" match. Twcedle
was asleep and some one awakened
him by tickling his car with a straw,
flo jumped up and went after Crltes.
They clinched and Twcedlo was
thrown to tho floor. Uvcn then Crltta
claims he thought the affair was still
a Joko. Ho turned nrouml nni
Twcedle approached him from behind
striking him over the head with a
heavy piece of Iron nnd making it
necessary for him to bo taken to
the sanatorium for treatment.
At his hearing this afternoon,
Twcedlo pleaded guilty to tho
chargo in tho affidavit. The Iron
bar with which ho had laid open
Crlto's scalp was offered In evidence.
The mayor fined -him $50 and costs
ind sentenced him to GO days In
lie Columbus workhouse.
C. F. Noblct, a resident of Davids
street, had a lighting jng on last
night and as his wlfo was tho only
one about tho house for him to do
I attic with bo started after her. The
wlfo foitunatcly escaped and ran to
a neighbor's where sho telephoned
for tho police. Officer Morrison nn
fwered the call and nrrested Noblet
In the mayor's court this morning
Noblet was lined ?5, which bo ar
ranged to pay.
Giant Kssex was nrrested In n bam
on Uncapber avenuo last night by
Officer Chapman nnd charged with
drunkenness and loitering. Tho
owner of tho bam claimed that Kssox
broke tho lock to secure an entrance
to the barn. Essex maintained thaf
he was merely looking for a phiro to
sleep anil llndlng the door unlocked
went In tho barn. Ho was lined a
liver by tho mayor.
Necklace Brings III Luck.
An cerlo story Is told about a neck
lace which formerly belonged to the
lnnhnranneo of Cooch Hehiir, India,
and which Is supposed to bring bad
fortuno to ovory ono connected with
It. Tho history of tho necklace ol
pearls and turquoises, which nro not
usually considered - to bo unlucky
stones Is cep'alnly peculiar. Whllo II
wan in tho itaharnnnco's possession
alio wns robbed of a quantity en valu
nblo Jowelry and tho maharajah lost
somo of his best racing ponies bj
death and breakdowns. Tho advlco or
a pundit was sought. Ho prescribed a
clinngo of ownership nnd a voyage
across the sea In order to break tin
spell and the nccNIaco was according
ly given to a-Indy In Fngland. As a ro
suit the maharajah has begun to win
races again and tho mnharannco has
receded the stolen property, but tho
story goes that tho present ownor of
tho necklace has been tho victim of
iK-rnlstfit ill fortuno from tho day
that It came Into hor possession.
Queen of Slam's Jewels.
Tlio Queen of Slam possesses tho
llnest collection of jowols In thojvorld.
Tho walls of her bed clu-mbcr aro
literally nblazo with precious stonos,
whllo In a safe In her majesty's apart
ments aro diamonds, rubles, penrlsand
emeralds fashioned Into quaint neck
laces of fabulous value Ono llttlo ar
ticle alone Intended to sorvo as a
thimble, Is In tho sluipo of a lotus
lluwrr and Is nlued at X 15,000.
Tho king, too, possesses a wonder
ful stock of jewels, and not only is bis
throne, which Is mado of puro gold,
thickly encrusted with diamonds,
pearls and rubles, but his majesty's
state mautlo Is covored with Jowels.
In fact, this cloak is tlio most wondor
ful garment In tho world. In splto of
his enormous collection of Jowels,
however, tlio Klug of Slam is con
stantiy adding to them nnd spends
something like 120,000 pur annum In
purchasing new Htoncs.
Britain, Too, Has War Airship,
Aldcrshot.TAt least ono military se
cret has been well kept in England
It Is now learned for tho first tlmo
that for tho past two years the con
struction of it military airship hao
been In progress hero, nnd it Is pjob
ahlo that within tho next month Aldor
shot will seo tho first of tho Ilrltlsh
aerial ileot floating over tho pnrado
grounds, It,iR believed that tho now
airship will approximate tlie typo of
Lit Patrle, the French military bal
loon. It will be named for King Ed
ward, who icceutly Inspected It.
y Is si hard thing to dny. Some sponges arc not )Y.
( worth takhigMiome. We have just received a fresh M
ti line of tlfe Genuine "Rock Island Shecps wool" Wc Hi
aj gtiaranlec them the best that grows for the buggy m
or bath. W
1 THE rifeAbLEY DRUG CO. 1
(j) Sunday Hours v.t
V R-.ltl a. tn. to 12?rtfl n. m. A fin n m A -r.nn- iV.
... .W - - .. ....
.r. Messenger Service.
g Phone 15.
YOM KIPPUR IS
Services Held by Congrega
tion of Isrcal.
Jews all Over the Land Observe day
by the Usuul Services ana
Yoin Klppur, tlie Hebrew day of
atonement, commenced at sundown.
Cl'ucsdny, and will last until sundown
today. Jews all over the land are
obsorving tho day with the usual
services and fasting. All local busi
ness places owned by Jews are closed
Services were held In th" rooms
of the Marlon Congregation of Israel
in tho Masonic Temple at 7.30 o'clock
Tuesday evening, with Henry Strol
Itz In chargo. Tlio choir rendered
a special program and selections were
bung by Miss Helen Rosenborg and
Charles Vogcl. This morning at lo
o'clock, services of a similar nature
During the time lapsing between sun
down 011 theso two days, every .lew
is expected to observo an absolute
fast, taking nothing that will nour
ish or stimulate the body. It is
known as tho Fast olf lOxplatlon.
Monday will tako place the Feast of
On tlio .Towlsli calendar, this Is the
IDth day of Tiarl, tlio first month of
the Jowlsh calendar.
liny pasteurized milk mid be safe.
15c per quint of tho Puro Milk ('.
Did you over try egg soup. No?
Then you hnvo lived In vain. Ileal
thoroughly six strictly fresh eggs.
dd 0110 quart of good cream and
icason with huttor, popper and salt,
dimmer. When thick enough, servo
vltb gilslnl broken In short bits. or.
;.'f you can not get tho stick bread,
vlth toasted dlco mado of yesterdav's
iread. You can not lmagino anything
noro palatable or nourishing In this
veather or in any oilier weather.
Sleeves for Blouses.
Tailored blouses will have long
leeves; lingerie blouses, elbow
'iigth. Tho Iron-bound rule for
leeves Is that tho long shouldor er
ect be glvon either by the cut of tho
ilouso proper or tho fashion or the
deevo Itiicir. In tho strictly tailored
ilouso tho drooping -effect will bo
jained'by plaits and a long shouldor
learn rathor than by tho real kimono
lr capo sleovo, which for laundry pur
poses would bo awkwnrd and not par
ticularly appropriate with a sovoro
Pretty aboil combs of medium height
and slightly curved, with wldo hands
at tho top of pierced, shaded gold work
over tho shell, In attractive open work
designs, uro $5. Tho Bhcll Is a good
imitation nnd tho gs-'-i Is wash gold
plate or silver gllt,.m bofn afiS of first
class workmanship aud qulto defy do
tccvUon. A Woman's Right.
Whothcr tho right to go through n
husband's pockets Is guaranteed by a
wife's marital endowment of all his
worldly goods, or whothor It Is a con
stitutional right In tho pursuit of hap
piness, or whothor It is Just becauso
sho needs tho money and will have It,
rlRht or no rlcht. law nr no law tliln
j essentially feminine privilege has long
uuuu ucvuihuu ua one oi mo necessary
evils of married llfo, says a wrltor In
tho Ualtlmoro Amorlcan. Few men
.would tako tho mnttor Into court oven
t With SI clinnon nt fillr-r-naa hnntiii.n .Kn
J pockot graft is much choapor In tho
. nnil .linn nllmnn., n..1 A. . -..,
.... v...... uinuuuj, mm juw uuuris wun
propor rogard for their own dignity
would prohibit wives from going
through their husbands' pockots,
slnco thoro is no earthly way of pre
T.V.W H. ,,,, l J.UUJJI.Ill. JJ
Free Delivery. $
H5 W. Center St. j)
Is growing daily. A few
pairs low shoes yet to
close. Nice new line for
FALL AND WINTER
It will pay you to take a
look here before buying
1. M. (fflFER
212 W. Center St.
FANCY GENUINE BAHT-1
LET PEARS .
the last of the season. Do
not wait, buy them quicK.
Fancy apples, good ripe
tomatoes, plums and
peaches, green tomatoes,
pichlcs, small onions and
every thing for mixed picK
les. All Hinds of canning
wo sen Accident
At very low prices. Secure
yourself against loss or
accident or sickness. .,
MILLS & BROWN
I. O. O. F. BLOCK.
BricH Cement, Lime, Sand,
Wall Plaster, Sower Pipe.
Price & Hurley
N. Prospect St. Phono 284
on Household Goods,' Piaribs,
etc. Amounts from $10 to
$100. , :
131 1-2 E. Centor St.