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Wo are nbout to Issue a now tele
phone directory. Any one occupying
qunrtors with others who have a
telephone, and wish to bo listed un
der that telephone number, will please
call Information Operator, and tell
toer nnd wo will havft n solicitor call
D. M. ODAFFEIt,
Don't take a chance on
the weather this time of
the year, when you can
get a good warm over
coat or cloak here
Soils, Skirts, Waists,
CASH or EASY PAY
MENTS Come in and look over
the good Clothing we
can show you.
, and Cloak Co.
Colonial Ilk. W. Center St.
A. C. BAGHMAN, Mgr.
Turner's Fruit Market
Good New York
State Baldwin apples
$1.35 per bushel, 35c
per pk. Fancy quinces
fancy sweet apples,
boiled cider, sweet
cider. Fancy Ohio sand
grown potatoes 75c per
bushel in 5 bushel lots.
CHAS. TURNER & CO
Mm's heavy fleece lined
skirts. Doable front and
double back, special aa.
Drawers to match ea.
Mom's heavy natural wool
vests or pants, (hi nfi
all sizes I.UU
Boys' heavy fleece lined
shirts or drawers, sizes 24
to 34. Prices and quality
same as last 0C
Boys' heavy gray wool un
detwear in shirts or
drawers. ' .Cost according
to size; Boys' union suits
in.hoavy fleece lined and
also Jersey ribbed aQp
Men's heavy jersey shirts
Children's good heavy Jer
soy tibbod vests or pants
skos 16 It 34. I fi
oix II coots-. lUC
Tk Big Cash
"II A WES"
new shades and shapes sqft ana tjit-nciudeajn
:novn nais. L Tj aw w u , p,v
these best know
IT'S THE GREATEST HAT
Promiment Resident Called
LOVED AND RESPECTED
A Pioneer Settler of the City
For Nearly Seventy Years the
TWfiAsed Had Lived in Marion
The death of Isaac Young, one of
the oldest, If not tho oldest, residents
'of this city, and one of Its moat
'prominent and highly respected clt-
' tonne rwnrrpil nt his home at NO.
120 South State street at 6 o'clock
(Tuesday evening. After scarcely ever
i having experienced a day of sickness
in his eiKhty-flvo years of we, nr.
! Young was compelled to answer the
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summoning 01 uiu utw. oub" r,....
camo through the dreaded dlseaso of
.Thursday evening, October 24, Mr.
Young took to his bed. His advanced
ago lent encouragement vo me uih-
ease and nls condition gradually grow
worse. Uist Sunday he lay In a
comatose state and his demise waa
almost hourly expected. Monday,
however, his condition changed
slightly for the better, but It after
wards proved to bo only the final
struggle of the man's tremendous will
over tho weaker physical machine.
Mr. Yountr was conscious untlh
within an hour of his death. Ho rec
ognized the members of his family
until tho last Tiour, when he slept
peacefully away. He died as ho had
lived, peaceful and happy.
Tho deceased was aged nearly 85
years. Ho was born In Perry county,
Pennsylvania, March 22, 1823. He
was tho son of Christian and Hannah
Young and came of a lino of ancest
ors, pioneers In that section of tho
country. His grandfather, Felix
Young, was a veteran of the Revolu
tion and died on the battle field In
one of the engagements of that des
For nearly seventy years, Mr. Young
had been n resident of Marlon county.
His parents came here when ho was
scarcely fifteen years of age and set
tled on a farm two miles south of the
city. At the age of eighteen, Isaac
Young left tho farm and learned the
carpenter trade In this city, being em
ployed in one of tho wagon shops,
where only the crudest kind of tools
wero used. This was about sixty-seven
years ago and two wagon shops
was all that Marlon could support at
MR. ISAAC YOUNG
Prominent Resident of the
Who Passed Away Tuesday
Mastering tho carpenter trade, Mr.
Young 'at once set about to prepare
a home for his future wife, and con
sequently built the home In which
he died Tuesday. In 1852 ho was
united in marriago to Miss Isabella
Baker. It Is truthfully said that when
he constructed his home, which now
Btands but a short distance from the
heart of the city, It was necessary to
clear away the timbers to provide a
site, Tho woods extended almost to
State street and east as far as the
JInrd work and untiring energy won
for Mr. Young a prominent place In
avaununv reii'-f flauaual
$4.00 and $4.50
SELECTION Iff HABION
eratlon down to the present one. By
consistent work he succeeded In grad
uating from a course of, civil engi
neering which was then offered In tho
normal department of Ohio Wesleyan
University at Delaware. When tho
Big Four Railway, known In those
days aa tho BcllcfonUlno and Indl-
Wina, was proposed ho assistcdn lay
ing out the lino and later su per mien u
ed Its construction. The coming of
this railroad marked tho first epoch
In tho progress of Marlon which at
that time was composed of nothing
more than a grocery storo and sev
eral blacksmith shops.
iHavIng been bo successful in his
work with tho Big Four, tho Union
Cfty nand Logansnort railroad took
notice of, his ability and. appointed
him to the office of chief engineer of
in 1863 Mr. Young was elected
treasurer of Marlon county, serving
two terms in that capacity. Ho also
held tho office of county surveyor
for a number of years. Ho taught
school for a period of ten years nnd
was later elected as a member of tho
school board, serving In turn at pres
ident and clerk of that body.
iHe also held the offices of justice
of tho peace, city clerk, township
clerk, and at various other times in
his romarkablo career he filled offices
of trust and thus established an iron
clad reputation for honesty and Bobrl-
In 18G4 Mrs. Young died, leaving
two sons, Harry and Sidney Young.
both prominent citizens of this city.
About two years later, ho waa united
In marrlnga to his present wife Lydla
Anna White, who survives.
The deceased was a man of great
physique and there is little wonder
that he lived to such a rlpo old age.
He grew up with Marlon and to Ma
rlon he was as sincerely devoted as
Is tho mother to her child.' ' Al'wayV.
honest and upright in Ms dealings,
njjpiiuuieuc ana Kina, nis magnan
imous sprjit won its way into' the
Jhearta of many. His good deeds will
live after him and Marlon will 'revere
his name forever
Kaler's new candy storo opens Sat
urday. , m
Tho damage suit brought by
Elmer WintrlnRham. administrator
of ho estate of tho lato Isaac
Wlntrlngham, against tho Big
Four railroad is being ''tried in
common pleas court today. Mr.
Isaac Wintrlnghum was run down
and killed by a Big Four train
in tho month of April, 1004' and
tho administrator nukri for .$10,000
damages against tho' company,
Iho trial will be carried over un.
til tomorrow and tho Jury r will
probably reffort about '10 o'clock.
You Will Make No Mistake If You
follow This Marlon Citizen's
Never neglect your kidneys,
Jf you have pain tho back, urinary
disorders, dizziness and nervousness;
It's time to act and no time to ex
periment. These are all symptons of
kidney trouble, nnd you should seek
a remody which is known ot cure
Dono's Kidney Pills Is tho remedy
to use. No need to experiment.
It has cured many stubborn cases
In Marlon. 'Follow the advlcarf a
citizen and bo cured yourself.
Mrs. John Mason, of 675 north
Stato street, Marlon, Ohio,
"There is no remedy equal to Doan
Kidney Pills for strengthening and
Ofrttlof lltM tlifh 1rltriAiFCf T VtairA. tiuAl
Clty!them and haverecowmcnoi TOttO'
a testimonial given In 1899. T have
had no reason to change my opinion
during th,o, p fre.-yeTiwaBd;nv
glad to again endorse this excellent
iior sale by all dealars. Price E0
cents. -Fostor-MIIburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, solo agenU for the
United States. V?
iRemember the name Doan's and
take no, other. r v
Ueglnn)ng Thursday and continuing
for one week, the I. O.8. will con
duct a1 window display ,ln Btrayar's
Pru.9tnre, 121 R,
.WODNEaDAY, rJOYMMBER, Q, 10Q7.
DltfUtM With Stwtp Dli.
CooUic the City About
Plot of jQrsaatf May be Purchased
f or a DasjfMf Place te Receive
lit was conceded at the regular
meeting ofvtho Public Service board
Tuesday evening that tho present gar
bage disposal plant is a failure. Mem
ber iMoranthaler scorned to bo most
radically- Jn, favor of purchasing plats
of land In various parts of the city,
upon which garbage and night soil
may bo placed.
Jt is slated that the plant, es It
Is now condBcted entails an expense
pf no 'less than $200 pof month up
on the city. ,J find tho service board
momborst have realized that although
the cry of their, failure will, go out,
It Is time that something was done in
iMr. iMorganthalcr and tho city
clerk will proceed to make an Item
ized list of the total expenses at tho
plant during the last six months.
The expenstfofoperating tho disposal
plant, It Is stated, Is enormous and
It Is drawing too greatly upon the
Jt Is h6ped by the board members
that action will bo taken to purchaso
a plat of land for garbage disposal
and also to abandon the present sys
tem1 by the, first of tho new year.
Tho -servicer board besides consid
ering the .question of garbage dlspos-1
ai, uansaeuer mucn Business ai tno
session Tuesday evening at the ses
sion Tuesday ovcnlng. Member
Clerk' 'FleirivaB authorized to ad
vertise for bias for the construction of
a sanitary sewer and cellar,draln on
Pleasant and r Chase Btreets and a
storm iwaterjUraln on Mound street
from Buckey'rVfo Wood streets. Bids
aretq M 'reeelved pot later than at
noon dir'NpveHiber 1, t
i The" matter,' of the drainage of
Blaine Avewjfe, and , Center street waa
referred oTne Clty Engineer.
nett of the garbage disposal plant,
and of 'market1 master May wero re
ceived and accepted.
Tho report of' Sir. May for the
month of. October shpwed a decided
Increase In tho receipts at tho market
house and heJn the future will report I
for each montn',"on the first Tuesday
of the 'following1 month. Tho market
master was also rglvon permission to
have the market open for business on
Wednesdays and.IJaturdays nnd not
on Tuesday. It-was stated that tho
who havo their
goods at tho market cannot
the city more than twico a week and
.moreover business Is In general very
poor nt the maftcet on Tuesday.
jit was recognised by the board that
the city engine house was in an ex
tremely poor condition, It being prac
tically about to fall. During the
past few months; the house has
crumbled at a remarkable rate and
tho board, Tuesday evening, author
ized Member Morganthaler and Sup
erintendent Dlun to visit the bulld
lnc with a view of estimating the
arapunt wlrfcti 'should bo spent In Its
repair. " '. j
(Bills wero allowed by the board
amounting ttQ' 18000. Tho electric
light bill focthe month ot October
was $1107.69., -The gas bill for tho
same month was $288,82 and the wat
er bill for the nast six months
amounted to 85,749.09.
rrno session or yie neaitn board
waa very brief fpThe roport of Health
Officer l.utz was1 accepted and filed,
and the board members aro highly
pleased over tho present health con
ditions In the cltv."-' The contagious
diseases are not of the naturo to give
Two Meetings art Held, Dally at
the WatUy M issioa.
Revival services aro being held
"dally nt.tho wSsley Mission on
Davids street. The ovonlng meeting
begins at 7;lR'5'andwthe aftornoon
preached ra pwerut"' sermon, A
cordial invltatfoa ta t extended to
the public to attfndthe'Bervloes.
il Strlklna Una Wrapt.
Along wrap of thick diagonal chev
iot WlaKfAuin wasbleuMicr shade,
brnldedftiiiaapHde ' smoke-gray sou
tarhe li'iOTy,Hae eloeely set, cross
ing each 'other to" form a lattice work
at all comefs,,and making a simulated
belt, whllefapjar, cuffs and facings
generally artVMhleather, also the
hlit hnttnni.T "Aaotker useful wran Is
of Ruede-urowkiiweedr with faefnga of
Plaited rthoiftV,' Hde;
fc 1 aEsT I BE .
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Make Arrangements for an
(fcprfujjfrij ggXa '
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS
Hold an all Day's Sewing
Plan for Dinner.
Red Mea to Attead Wild Game
Feast at Upper aaadusky Opea
House was ia Order.
Daughters of America,
woll attended meeting
ovcnlng and transacted
amount of business. Final arrange
ments wero mado for tho cntortaln
ment and comfort drawing
which will tako place on Tuesday,
evening Nov. 19.
At tho regular meeting of tho
Companions of Foresters, Tuesday
evening it was decided that tho
guard of honor of tnls city should
go to Gallon, November 14 to Ini
tiate a class lor tho lodge there.
Tho mooting last ovonlng was
well attended. Anothor meeting
will bo held, this evening.
There was a well attended meet,
ing of tho lied Men In their lodgo
hull Tuesday evening, Tho mem
bers planned to attend tho wild
game feast to be held at Upper
Sandusky, Novembor 20. at which
time the stato officers of the lodgo
will bq, present.
Tho ladles of tho W. R. C.
enjoyed an all day sewing in tho
Maccabce hall Tuesday. Every
member of tho society being pros,
ent, Tho ladles will enjoy a prog,
resslve dinner net Monday at which
tlmo a social will bo held.
, Marlon Lodge No, 402 K. of' P.
held open houso in tho lodgo
'.rooms Tuesday evening and enjoy.
fd a social time, Election returns
were received. ' j
Marlon Lodge of Elks held open
house last night. There was a large
attendance, tho hours being spent
at cards. .Election returns were re
ceived and a lino social tlmo en
joyed. , , 1
BE KEPT UP
Burton Says Will War on
Johnson and Will Run
Clcvoland, Nov. O.Tongroa
man Uurton lssuod a statement
today to tho effect that he would
contlnuo his fight against, Mayor
Johnson's 'Olachlno administra
tion" and will be a candidate for
ro-electton to congress noxt fall.
WOMAN HAS HER HEAD
CUT OFF BY A TRAIN
Steubonvlllo, O., .Nov. (j.- While
on hor way to work today Gertrude
Dunn. 17, was run down by a fast
train, iter head was cut off.
The Grind-Stone Man.
Has been In ovory city In tho United
tates and Canada. He may bo soon
at Strayer's Drug Storo, Thursday,
Nov. 7. It
Chairman. Says-His Party
1 Will sGatbat Many
Chicago, Nov . 6, The national
committee ot the Prohibition ptrty
out notices ' tQ state, or
to attend, a, meeting In
Chicago, Nov. 20, to name a time
and place for the national eonven-
tlon. Chairman Jones st.ldjthe .party
wouia pon '.ooo.uou vpita npxt year,
Does Your Hair
Look Like Thik? i
If notit is yotir own fault, for
we say to you positively that
we can grow you such hair, as
this on any head with
We have had years of oppor
tunity to study "growth of hair"
in our Chicago establishment,
where we treat more Jieads of
hair than any other establish
ment in the world, and E. Burn
ham's Hair and Scalp Tonic is
the result of years of study and
K. Burnham has found the
cause and cure for baldness,
dandruff and other scalp infec
tions. The scalpNbeing one of
the weakest parts of the, crani
um, the blood becomes sluggish
and the follicles or the roots of
the hair become impaired and
E. Burnham's Hair and Scalp
uiiu aiiviigiiiciiiui' nit nun luiucies, puis inc scaip in a neauny
and normal condition, gives the hair now life', slops it fronVfallinc;
out, cures dandruff and other scalp infections.
To convince you thai this
claim lor II, wc wlll.send a good alicd Sample Bottle. '
including a bottle of Cucumber Cream, upoa receipt
of 10 cents to cover cost of moiling. '''
Our booklet, "How tq, BE Beautiful," mailed free. - Address
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Raymond Hitchcock, Comic
Opera Comedian Returns
After Lung Absence
iNow York. Nov G. Raymond
Hitchcock, comedian, surrendered him
self to district attorney today. Ho
said he had not been out of tho
city and had been confined to tho
houso by Illness.
Tho actor, who Is uider six Indict
ments on charges brought by llttlo
girls, was accompanied by his wlfo
and twp attorneys. He was released
Under $7,500 ball by Judge Whitman.
Try ADMIRAL COFFBl. "
Buy a Quad gas hcrer, the kind
hat don't Bweat.
BENTZ & COURT,
10-30-tf 226 E. Center St.
STYLISH LOOSE COATSl
These snappy wintry days,
n.fl oil ikaf m In Ua AmmA
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long loose flowing models. '
Excellent materials, pretty trimmings, best of linings, combined
with the very latest styles, is it any wonder? , , .
Some are lined over the shoulder, and others are fully lined, but
all have the necessary warmth.
Price Range, $4.95 to $35.00
J. P. LUDWIQ, clWse.
GET THE CASH HABIT.
McUALL'S Magizinis and
For 20c you can
Let us telj you our. planar
A good Umbrella for 98c.
nee4 not return it,
,,' ... VH !Ji...i.JX
diseased from -want of nourishment.
Tonic overcomes this byfeedjng
preparation, will do all we "
70-72 SHU Street
SBOWH IM.MLLIK CASE
Chicago, NNov.6. SenewedvJnter-, '
est rceardlnc Herman Blllik.tho'vBb-i
homian fortune teller ahdmaglclail,
uilm la ilnHar .antatlM fAjna1iAIUMd,
Is under sentence ,toiMPJniraV," I J
murdering the" family df'iMa'rtta?, ?Yv
1fM.1 1. n.l'nf l, ''lia.lXnlrAjr" ''
aroused by the" sudden nnd inyster-M ,,,, ',
man. husband of Emma Vrtal .. ijle-V 'o
man. , p
'Nlenian's wife was the state's chief
witness In thoBlllJk case, and, charged,,
that Dllllk poisoned hor' fat;her aa
four si at era. nnd caused; her mother.
J to commit suicide after henhad spent'
,mo8t of the TOOney the mhor.got In,
'.llrn Inoiirnnna "
.,., .a .,i, mini.inu. t,,.
jnnocenco, nnd ,doclaredthat tho mur-'
dors' wero tho work of a porson closer
than ho to the victims. Rev. P, J.
O'Cnllaghaii, formerly of .New" York,
and now supiior of the Paullst priests',
in Chicago, mauo an appeal irom uie
pulpit recently for funds to,' appeal"
BlUlk's case, 'to the Illinois supreme
court, dramatically declaring Bllllk
Innocent, and a victim of popular
prejudice The death of Nleman, fol
lowing this 1 Incident, and apparently
without any" possibility that Bllllk,
who Is )n Jail, could be responsble';
has greatly encouraged 'those whb
seoko havo llljllk eventually sot free.
makes one think seriouily of the new I
utill V fnunrl in Anr nknrlmnf il 9
Fashion Shetti for' Dcimbw
have McCall tegr
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the affairs of lite from his own gen )
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