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rilB MARION DAILY JHflROIfr, THURSDAY, NOVr.MDKR 14, 1007.
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Tlio Kind Ton navo Always Bought, and wlilferrlins boon.
in nso for over 30 yearn, Ims Worno tlio oljpiaturo of
, ' "" and liasi been mado under his pdr-
r'jCJ&"JtyJ?r sonnt supervision shieo its infancy.
Sf7rs''&c4U' ii Allow'Jto onotodccctvoyouln this.
All Counterfeits, ImlhitioiiM and ' Just-ns-goodM uro Imf;
Experiments tliiit'ttlllo with andomlniifrcrtho health o
Infants ahd Children Experience ugalusli Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castorla Is a Iinrntlcsa Buhsli6uto for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothtutf- Syrups. It in 2?lcaanl. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Norcotlu
Hubsianee. Jts ago Is Ita guarantee. It destroys "Worms
udnllaytf FcverlshncHs. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Trembles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
iX The KM Yon Have Always Bought
In Use .For Over 80 Years.
N "V THC CtrtTAUn COMPANY TT riunAAV BTrECTc NCVfYOrK CITY, (
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HAY, STRAW ,
And all kinds of
ery and good
goods our motto.
Ask for our
,and new meal at
It is Tone Duality that
determines the value of a
piano'. A comparison of
piano tones loads' t'o a pro
found appreciation of the
surpassing quality that
marks the Mendelssohn
Compared part by part,
the Mendelssohn Piano is
found to fill most satis-
factorily the requirements
Seo tho (lno exhibit ot
now Btylos now fgniiy
G. W. BAKER
W. Center Street.
THE LILYREMEPY CO,
Office: Suite- 6-7 CuumiaV
' Memorial Bldft. ,- -,
Homa treatmentfer the curo
. ft DiseAses of women and other
ervous Disoases. Consultation
and Examination Free.
MIS. CLEIXA M. WILSON.
Citizens' phone 114
iwayt, Remember ,.0 tfyll .Nmo
axauve BfirRjjira flvniKBao
WITH STAG SOCIAl
Fine Program of Music and
Speeches in Order.
Tribe of Ben Hur, Ladies of
Maccabee and the Frater
nal Censer Meet.
ii i... r .!..,. XT. T1 l.'i.lfrlilu nt
uiiuy ijb-, ii", ,ji, .vu..n w-
Pythlati, held a well-attended and
very enjoyable stag social at v tno
lodge hall on East C'arch street,
Wednesday ovenlngr Tho evening!
was pleasantly passed with, cards,
musle. and speech making. -Tho
commifteo in, charge, composed of
W. if. Gorton, Jolin Bland and Will-
lam Unlientlno. hcrvcd a fine lunch.
Tho master of ceremonies was
Charles II. Conley, district deputy
v.lio opened tho program about 10
o'clock Sojos wore sung by Edson
n..i, i .i r, ' ,
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number of piano selec ions were
jiluyod by AVIlllam Dowlor. Among
mo fipeiwvoi-H wr u. ... joiiiiboii,
. .. tiuLinuiuiti. .11(1)111 uuuio
SHiorf f and Harry S. Elliott
Xoxt Tuesday o'venlng tho
rf Tntfrli f will n nnti fnci'nil
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! cliiHfi of . camllihites.
I I liouiar Court. Tribe of Hon' Hur,
mot last night
and lnlllate.l threo
Komlnatlons for tho olec
tlon (o be hold in two weeks, were
made, nften which a Uantjuot was
snrved and tho renialndor of tho ovon
lne; was spoilt with various spclal in
I The Ladles or Maccabees met In
tho lodge, halls yesterday afternoon,
with a large attendance. Aftor tran
sacting rontlno business, a bocial hour
The Fraternal Conger will hold an
Important meeting In the lodge halls
Friday night. A largo attendance Is
y .ulw vr t t, . -r
j Thp V, E, Frye plumbing firm
was awarded - tho contract for tho
ililiuublng, UfeaMiifr'n'ud ,gis llttlng on
tho now 1). A Frank building to
day. Jlr. A. H. Newell, of Columbus,
wai In' the city yesterday the guest ot
trends while onrouto to Rlehwood.
whoro lio will vltjlt for u week with
'Marriage llccnsos havo boon issUed
to Elymer Ellsworth Young and Mar
garet Pearl IJrownf. both of Marlon:
Walter F. Anqspnoh, Waldo town
ship, and Ivlah M, Wntters, Marion.
The directors of the Clarion Brewing
& Bottling company hold a jncotlng,
Tuesduy uftoiiQon, and elected fiod
t'rey lyoffloj president, Frank A,
RitzluiVpt vice prcsidont, Louis Trail
socrotnry nnd Samuol Krancr, trcaa
illoar Dlxla jTihllees' tonlRht.nt Ep-
worth churqh, GOc.
Sent by Pennsylvania Road
LOCAL EMPLOYES PAID
Only .Part of the Salaries
Received in Cash.
Eric Treasurer is Nowjn Chicng
Endeavoring to Secure Currency
lor the Approaching Pay Day-
The Pennsylvania nay
ill tlio city thia morning nt 10 o'clock
unto tho local cinuloves received tholr
regular monthly imlnrlcs. The men
rtye'Ived about forty per cent, ot their
snltirles in cnoh whllo for tho other
sixty per cent they received n credit
chcclt iiityahlQ through the Now
York clearing houso.
(Tho Erlo pay duy H next Friday
and no word has been received from U'd we don'Uhavo to ask for them:
tho company's officials at New York I "Friend, I -write to tell what good
na to how tho employes will bo paid, lyour PyraniltPllo Cure has dono for
It s stated that 1). W. Dgany, trcas- e I sed your sample, and it did
uror of the Krio, js now in Chieago ,ino 80 ,,1UC S$?A l Wt'"t and got two
attempting to procuro the currency j boxes, and J: used one and I inn
to meet the pay day demands, if lie , another nianjaltogethor. T have no
succeeds the money will bo rushed to Pa,. " Plles,nnd 1 have been trou
tho banks 'in ordor to meet the em- blc(1 wlth. for over fiO years,
ployo's checks as soon as they are ,nn1 muA fludS'no relict till now,
prebented. " Jthanks to your timely cure. Use
It 1ms been officially niuiounced ,ln" ,,amc Jf Jtfwlll do you any good,
that Instead of paying tho employes ilK,ac Smith, Wharton, New York."
on the lfi'th of this month ns usual. rr Kree Sample semi to fho 1'yr
tho IlJjr Four will iioitnono its nav 1a,,,, DruB Co;V OG Pyramid llulldlng,
day until about December 1.
special train carrying several of
tho high officials of tho Pennsylvania
passed through the city this morning
about 8 o'clock onrouto from Co
lumbus lot Sandusky. TJio train did
not stop at fho local station
Fred B. Smith, assistant' yinl-mast-er
of tho local Pennsylvania yards,
has been transferred to Toledo where
h will assume liko duties in tho
Pennsylvania yards of that placo.
I. W, Miller, formerly ticket ag
ent -of thn local depot, has been ap
pointed to tho position loft vacant
hv Smith's nrnmntlmi AvMmr TliM,n-
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b01. cneeKintr clorf :t tlio frn pM
house, wis promoted t6 the position,
f ticket clerk. Tho changes went
into effect today.
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Tlie railroad editor of the Youngs-
vindicator itad a very clever
, dream yesterday and for somo unac
.countable reason, pictured Marlon as
iV'0 Hcono oi tlio "wild oyed" affair.
following- tlio vision as it appeared
i1" the Vindicator:
' JuHt abend qt Erie No. 3. as she
fmo rUB,l,llB t Marlon a section
foreman saw a wild-eyed Irishman,
j , t , , th0 wh1 an coat
ttn8 BtrenmIllB ollt behind, running
as f (,car jfe
".jump olt that track, you ilurned
r,m or vnii' 1 lin run nvnr " ulinnlnil
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"llegob 'n- Ol'll bo all right, for O'lll
.make that switch thoro before the
The Kovombor lsue tif tho Erie
employes', niiigazlno is olT thn press
and as usual Is nilcd with a great
leal of Interesting matter concern-
ing rallroau, affairs In general.
TO GAIN ENTRANCE
Knights of the Jimmy Visit
s Morrow Residence.
Cellar Had Been Entered but the
Door Into the Kitchen was
llolloving that burglars wero try
ing to effect an entrance to his homo
on 'West Church street, Curtis Mor-
rnw t.nt n Inlntihonn fall for tlio
pollco shortly after ' midnight last
night. Otficers Hostettor, Single and
Morrison answered tho call, but, a
search ot tho locality failed to find
Mr. Morrow staten tnnt
awakened by a orabTi at
of tho houso und aftor getting up
ho tried tp turn on nil of tho oloc
trlc lights In- tho houso but was
unable to as tho switch was not
working proporly. Investigation this
moritlng dovolopes the fact that
tho burglars had secured an on.'
tranro- to tho cellar, through a
window and had fulled In ' an
attempt to forco tho door at tho
head -of tho stairway leading to
tlio kitchen. The storm door on
tlio. back porch was pried off by
tho' btirKlars who tvpro unnblo to
offoct nn ontranco Into tho kitchen,
probably boeauso thoy woro
'.'StLAAAJiyt iiUI&V &
QCMCV9S OBuWIH wm 'nil W
Cured at Home
Instant Relief, Permanent Cure
Trial Package Mailed Free to
Ainnila1n Watppcr. .
Half of tho suffering and toiturft
of pllea has nover iioen told. Uit
no matter. Whether your oarticuliir
icaao of pilea is almost too excruciat
ing for tiny mortal to hear, or if
you nro fearfully tantalized hy un
reachable , Itching, or whether you
have only' ntmodcrato case ot pllea,
there in positive relief and quick
too, In Pyrainld Pile Curo.
You need' not take tor granted all
we ourselves "say about our PIlo Rem
edy. Wo wnnfc it lo spcnlc for Itself.
Wo want your to send for a free
package, toda'y'.'ot the marvelous Pyr
amid PIlo 'Cure. We want to prove
these stateniontH to you personally,
mj that you will feel tho result your-
'.fow slmnlo directions.
Get veil to 'Stay" well.
You don't havo to stop working one
No tortures from operations.
No hcavydoctor's bills.
Here, for Instance, la a sample of
tho kind of letters we got every day
Alarsbnll, Ilch., or you can buy
Pyramid PIlo Cure in any drug store
for 50 cents a box.
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Horrible Accident Costs two
n-nmnn raBBn nminnrn
LlJUltU LAlflr JCArLUUt
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Butler
, Burn to De,ith.
Husband Makes Heroic Effort to
Extinguish the Flames That En
veloped His Aged Wife.
Daniel Butler' and wife, both aged
about 70 years wealthy ami very
nromlnent resl.U'iits of1 Mt Victory.
i..i. .ii.,o ..ict n l.n Inn. wim
ITIlil.l llllkUO .,VV .', ... .w, ..-.-.
burned to death in their- home about
- s o'cloclt AVednesday, evening.
vrim ncai pnnnla was about to re
tiro, Mrs. Butler, with a kerosene
lamp In hand, proceeded hor hus
band 'to the bed-chamber. In some
manner sho tripped on her skirts
and fell, alighting directly on the
Uanip. An oxp.los'on .resulted and
iMrs. Hutler's clotlieu, were set on
llro-. The husband attempted to put
out the Unities and sustained berlous
burns hver the face, hands and body.
Neighbors hearing tlio screams of tho
woman hurried to the scone. They
found tho aged .ouple lying side by
side nnd writhing In tervllo agony.
Several physicians were summoned
(hut (lie burns were of too serious a
nntiiro for medical aid and the used
people who bail lived togethor for
over forty years, passed away within
an hour of each' other. Mrs. Butler
died at t o'clock and tho husband at
2 o'clock Thiu-bdav morning.
'1'ho home was but'sllghtly damaged
by the llro. It beenu'd as though tho
lire died out nearly as quickly as
it began and when tho neighbors ar-
Hvnri flint fnnnfl Hint tlin iivt .lt'ttw
victims wero the only ovldeneo that
there had been n flrej.
r. 110 0011 l.n 11 liiii-aiiRii. v ii win lm
afternoon ut Mt.
IMr. and Mrs. Butler wero couscIoub
until within n few minutes before
death occurred and although suffer-
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1,0 wuti'inK untold ngouy tolated tholr ter-
tho reari"'1 oxporieiico,
'i no couple torineriy roslded In Ma
rlon county near LhRuo and wero
widely known by residents- of that
part of tho county. ' '.. -
Pile? Cured in 6' to U Days,
PAZO OINT-MEXT is (runrantfcd
to euro any easo of itchiiia-, Blind
Rlcccliuir or Protnutin Piles in 0
to 14 days or nionov rofnndod. COc.
Tlio funornl of , George Halloy,
tho former Agostn rahu who dlod
at the stnto hospital, Vedno.sday,
will be hold in , Shelby at
o'qlpck, "'rlday afternoon
numbor of Marlon- county
will, attend. f,
By City Engineer and Coun
MONEY ALL IS NEEDED
Party in Favor of Construct
ing, the Sewer Drain.
Probable That the Catholic Ceme.
tery Association and the City
will Exchange Properties.
Tho members ot tho city council
accoiuanlcd by City Engineer Ceo.
Dwyer, were out, 'on n tour of
inspection, Wednesday. Tho most
Important mission was a visit mado
to the West Kntl for tho purpose
of going over tho lino of tho
proposed fcower drain extending
from Center to Silver street, llusl.
ncss men of the West End have'
petitioned for this drain bcrauso
of Imperfect drainage" In their
section of tho town. Thousands of
dollars worth of damago Is said
to havo been dono to tholr
property because of this imperfect
All members of tho' council favor
tho improvement, and if tho nec
ensary money can he secured, the
ditch will be dug. It will follow
the lino of tho old Gooso Creek
me council also visited McK""
ley park In compnny with tho
trustees of tho Catholic Camotory
association. Negotiations nro being
inade for a trndo of two strips ofiBrndy wlllllIllB who ntn earda wore
land DPtwcon tno coinetcry asso
ciation and the city Tho comotory
imsociation nns a strip oi wooded
land near the park which it will
slvo In exchange for a strip of
open land adjoining tho comotory.
U Is likely that the trado will
Tho party was composed ot
City Kuglneor Dwyer, Councilman
Oeoiiio rnrnouler. A. W. Mnson, J.
(I. Slter. S. It. Ueber, vTamca E.
I'lillMns, .1. V. Wilson and W. J.
Gorton nnd- Messrs. James Pron.
dargast, Ed. Moloy, A. ( J-d-mondson
and M. ' Lawrenco of tho
DEFEATS "KID" ADLER
One-arm PJayer is a Wonder
at the Game.
Has Very Little Trouble Defeating
the New Yorker 135
In one of tho fastest pool matches
ever seen In this city Carl Senholm
lho noted onP-arin player defeated
Kid Adler ot Now York at tho Abel
ami Coourod pool parlors at 8 o'clock
The match was a handicap affair,
Adler agreeing to score 1!00 to Sea
holm's IUj. The pool parlor was
eiowded .to its capacity with' inter
ested spectators and tho clover exhi
bition was thoroughly enjoyed.
Seaholm demonstrated that ho sure
ly knows the game and In the course
of the match made runs of M, 28
and 17 balls whllo Adler'b highest
run wtis 15 halls. Tho one-arm
!fl,mV,,p,0U cx:cutcU rfuy 'l0""
blo-klsscs and was especially clover at
At tho close of tho match tho score
stood l.'io to 88 'In favor of Seaholm.
William Hotnn, or this city, acted as
leforeo of the match. ""Seaholm leaves
this evening for Toledo where ho
iw,in tot'0, with several noted poql
players who are disputing his title
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Miss Mao Hutohlnsou, of Winnipeg,
Manitoba, Is the guest of her aunt,
Mis. S. A. Lyons,-of No. 1S3 Pearl
How's This f '
Wo offer One Hundred Dollais Re
ward .for" any case ot Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. l J. C'ilENIY & CO.,
Wo ,tho undersigned, havo known
F. J. Cheney for the' last 15 years,
and bellev him perfectly honorablo In
all business transactions and finan
cially able to carry oin; any obllga-
ious mado by lus linn,
WALD1NQ, K1NNIAN & MARVIN,
Wholesalo' Druggists, Toledo o.
Hall's Catrih Curo Is taken lnter-
ally, acting directly upon tho blood
.ml mucous . surfacos ot tho syutcm.
'Testimonials sent fico. l'rleo 7C0 per
linllln. Snlrl bv all -nniircrlRts.
Tako Hairs Family puis -ror cou
On Hot Cakes
Karo Com Syrup a better syrup
than you ever tasted.
is a food sweet and h,e st fulfils
every purpose for which
can be used.
In 10c, 25c, 50c alt
l CORN PRODUCTS
ZZ1 i . KSSi
aoxurM.Tii i r:
The C. L. P. club will meet in
regular session Friday afternoon with
Mrs. Willis Bowers, of, Wilson Ave
nue, as hostess.
The ladles und gentlemen of tho
Acme club were delightfully enter
tained last evening by Mr. am
.Mrs. Howard Shaw, ot East Church
street, tho affair being tho first club
meeting of the winter season.
In n .season at progressive pedro
Mrs. Charles K. Oompf won first
honors among the ladles ,and Mr. ,E
C Stalger and Dr. E. 1j. Brady were
tlrtl fm lir tron flnm nil u nrWn Tip
cut for the prize.
At the conclusion of the card con-
,te9ta a hmcheon was served und tho
'remainder of tho evening was spent
(socially. .Air. and Mrs. L. E. Starr
were club guests.
The next meeting will be hold In
three weeks at the homo of Mr. and
.Mrs. W. Ii. Strayer, ot Lafayette
Tne mmebers of the Young Mat
ron's Embroidery club mot yesterday
afternoon with Mrs. Howard llaker
of Cherry street, as hostess. There
was a good attendance- and a most
interesting session resulted. After the
usual season of embroidery work, the
hours were spent socially. Dainty
refreshments were served by the host
ess. Mrs. Arthur Thompson was tho
only guest of tho club. The club
will next meet at tho home of Mrs.
Mary Landes on East Center street.
At hor home on South Prospect
street. Miss Itosallo .Strelltz enter
tained Informally a sina.ll company
of friends Tuesday afternoon.
Honoring his fourteenth birthday
tmniversary, Master Harry Baker, of
North Prospect street, pleasantly 'en
tertained a number of friends Mon
day evening. Tho hours were whlled
away with games and music. A
two course luncheon was served.
Those piesont woro: Misses Helen
ICrause, Until Uaker, Mabel Uooth,
Hosa McCoy, Phoebo McKinshiy, Car
rlo Keller, Agnes Walker, Lenora
Clapsaddlo and Messrs. , Ernest Ru
dolph, Harold Uhoads. Norman
Spauliling, Robert Domb.iugh, I.ehllo
King, Hums Marsh, Ernest Wide
man, Ralph Daker and Mllford Haz
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Hear Dlxlo Jubilees tonight at Ep
woith church, GOc. t
Getting coal satisfaction? If not
allow us to prove the super-excellence
of our different grades.
Phone 22. Prompt Delivery.
THE OHIO MILLING . &
BEST QUALITY GOODS ONLY
Lime, cement, m:Wi r pipe, etc. hARDano SOFT COAL
-CANt rLAVOR .
- tight tins.
A tub of fancy Mnckerel
arrived this A. fl.
I Gfotliing at your own
wi Ar cmjunfn Inn murn nnrl
have decided to clean out our
Men's and Boy'o clothing.
Come in and pick them out.
Take them home, ard look them
over, ii not satisfactory, bring
them back and get pay for your
We Must Make Room For
Stock Of Shoes Coming In.
CHAS. TURNER & CO.
New York Slate Apples
Fine eating nnd conking,
maiden blush, 20 oz. plppen;
baldwin, King, snows, fancy
eating pears, sweet apples,
quinces, concord grapes,
catnwba grapes, malaga
grapes, the best of goods
and the lowest prices, the
best of service.
CHAS. TMR & CO
Try ADMIRAL OOFFEIO,
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