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title: 'The Marion daily mirror. (Marion, Ohio) 1892-1912, November 14, 1907, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5',
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,THE DEPARTMENT CO.
East Center Street
Fire Insurance Agency
No. 110 1-2 Seuth Mala St.
, SURETY BONDS ISSUED.
S lab Wood and Cuttings
you need cither,
IMPLEMENT MANUFACTURING CO,
Washing is Drudgery KZ.Xi
Hor handlinfj the work. That's the reason we handle it in such a satisfactory
manner. We are equipped. AllthOny S LaUIldry .
Mil. FRANK COOK
"! DIES SUDDENLY
Prominent Prospect Resident
I a Passes Away. '
ForfThlrty-J?lve Years the Deceased
iaa ceen jsngagea in ine
'Mr,': Frank Cook, ono of
noat'a best- known 'business
men and- it promlnont citizen died very
suddenly of heart fulluru Wediics
day -night at midnight at his
Jjoroo. )i that, vlllaRO.'
', lth'pugh fatiing In lioalth for
Bomo time his' sudden- demiso camo
asua great shofck to his many
irfrljudSi ' throughput Marlon noun-
;ty, ' .wjiore' ho . was vory ' voll
known., A wlfr nndt ono son Ed.
Vlij survive, Tho' deceased wak a
brothor bf Mr' Georgo Cook, sprl
Prospect aWMfiT Zimrjf EJn
T!UiabjiOt this cityjiiiir lu
IS Inn rninih
w years had boon bhgagod In
dj;ug'b"uslnoss a Prospect, lie was
? n member pt the rason(o lodo
,v and for many years had takonvan
active part In politics in township
anil county elections Durlnp his
long re'sldencd in Prospeqt ho has
Ji fojjwod ra wldp circle of friends
'VthrtTugKbut tho optlro county who
wlHjbe.gr.IovN .to Joiirji of lija Rqd-
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Visit our basement dc
pdf trricnt for new fresh
, rubber footwear.
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x Or an outfit on
the easy pay
on hand iust, now. it
it would be well to order now.
SOFT COAL, WOOD
North Greenwood St.
As yot no arrangoments
Umbu mado for tho funeral,
$1 COLUMBUS AND RETU1N $1
The C. D. & M. makes a special
rato of one dollar to Columbus and
return on Sundays. First car leaves
Marlon 6 a. ra.; last car leaves
Columbus, 8130 p. m. Car every hour,
PERSONNEL OF THE DIXIE
JUBILEE CONCERT COMPANY
THE FAMOUS DIXIE MALE QUARTETTE
KvoryOno.A Solo Artist I Evory Ono A Hlplil Hxniler
Every Ono A Unrmony Maker l Krery Ono A MiiMter Voloo
Mr. Wy,G. Bucbner --..-. .. -.--Manager and Basso
0(V The grand old bass that made tho Tennusseeans,
'Mdme. Neale Gertrude Hawkins-Buckner .... Soprano
Mr. Robert Moore - - First Tenor
A fine Ivrio tonor
Mr. Geo. N. Day Second Tenor
A voloo full of sympathy and sweetness
Mr. Lorain G. Board.. ...... Baritone
A beautiful musical baritone
Miss Irene G. Howard.... j. Gontralto
Tbe Tennessee soloist
Miss Estella C. Bonds ..-.-.--.. -...Accompanist
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Of Presbyterian Church Meet
The Meetings are followed by
an Elegant Supper.
Ladies' Aid Societies of Several Lo
cal Churches Hold Monthly Meet
logs Business Tmnsacted.
Tho monthly meeting of the Wo
juun's Homo and (Foreign Mis
btonnry societies of tho . First
l'resbytorlan church was hold In
the church parlors Wednesday af
ternoon with an excellent at.
tendance. Two interesting pro
grains were givonj that of tho
Homo society coming first.
Tho program of tho homo society
waB opened by the president, Mrs.
Charles It Phelps, who led tho do
votional services. Tim society sang,
"The King's lUislnecs'' following
which tho secretary, Mrs Jonas
Concln, and tho treasurer 'Mrs.
W. C. Butcher gave their monthly
"Mexlcaiisin America", was tho
topic of tho afternoon, with Mrs.
W. C- Butcher acting as loader.
Mrs, Rubins gavo a "Map Talk
on Now Mexico" and Mrs. Paulino
Hummer read a paper on "Encour
ngemoit and Outlook Among Mexi
cans." i no president, Mrs. Phelps
road a letter from L. M. .lllpsher,
Riving n description or tno coro-
mohlcs of tho ronitents, as wit.
ncssed by him during his trip
through the South and West. Mrs.
Jonas Concklln read a leaflet 'on
'iOno Summer's Work", follow,
ing which Mrs. S. E. DeWolfo gavo
her Idea of what an ideal jnls.
sionary workor should do.
Tho annual thank offering was
taken, followed by n penny col
lection. Tho program was closed
with the .Txrd's prayer.
Tho program of tho Foreign so.
clatv was opened with prayer by
Mrs. George M. Rourko, following
which tho program on the topic,
"Korea" was opened. Mrs. Ed
ward Munnoll was leader
Thp first number was ' an ora
tion on "Tho Passing of Korea",
by Georgo Klelnmaier. A vocai
solo was rendered by Mrs. Kdward
Munnoll. with piano accompani
ment by her daughter, Miss
Rhea Munnoll. A papor on "Col
legos and Schools of Korea" was
read by M)6B T.ottlo Ward, fol
lowing which a lottor from Kor.
oa was read from Xormnn Thomas
now mnkiiig a trip through tho
Orient. Mr. Thomas. w:io is 'a son
of Rev. W. E. Thomas, former pas.
tor of tho local Presbyterian church
Is now assistant pastor of tho
Spring Street church in Now York
Tho program was closod with
Klnglnfc and tho Lord's prayor,
following which supper was sorved
i by tho ladles of Class C, more than
100 pcoplo enjoying tho spread.
Tho Ladles' Aid Society of Sal
cni's ttvangoucai cnurcn wm ceio-
brato .Its twenty-fifth anniversary
next Sunday. Thero will bo special
services conducted both morning'
and evening. ,Out-of.town speakers
will bo present vaud music especial.
ly arranged tor tno occasion will
At tho Borvlco
Famous Jubilee Singers
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DAILY aUHROR, , THUn8DAV, NOVttMBKn 14, a)07.
Rev. J, " Dlegel, president of tho
Ohio dlctrlct of the Aid society
from iMawdlton will deliver an ad.
dress. In tho evening Rov. H. Kat-
terjohn of Kenton wili' "occupy tho
pulpit. A short address in tb"
German language will also bo
given by Rev, C. iV. Rernardl of
Cleveland. Visitors will bo welcom
ed at both services!
The Ladles' ..Aid Society of tho
Lutheran ' church Tvas entertained yes
terday afternoon by Mrs. J. D. Lust.
of North Prospect street. The fol
lowing officers were chosen to lead
tho society during the year. Mrs.
Trump, president; Mrs. dcorge Scho-
enlaub, vice president; Miss Matilda
Harscli, secretary; Miss Emma Stark,
treasurer, Mrs. Stellhorn and Mrs.
Griffith, committee to arrange for
the sowing work.
(After the. business moetlne a lunch
was served and the remainder of tho
afternon was spent socially. Tho next
meeting will bo held In four woeks at
tho home of Mrs. James Lust, on
Tho Jlarnionlo soci6ty. of Salem's
Evangelical church held Its regu
lar monthly business meeting at
tho homo. of Mrs. Frank RItzhaupt
of I'leasant streot, yesterday even
ing. Aside from considering tho
regular business. flnul arrange
ments wore mado for tho annunl
Thanksgiving supper to bo
next Wednesday evening.
Tho society determined to
next month at tho home
Mrs. Charles Uausingor of South
Main s.treet;f (
Pfoche, Nov., Nov. 13th, 1007.
H. M. Rubins,
Room 16, Huber Block,
'' " Marlon, Ohio.
OhloiNevada Mines a bonanza,
much better than represented. Mil-1
lions In sight
blocked out and on
dumps. Our party takes hundred
thousand block. W. M. Jackson,
Dr. A. Rhu. W. HMcCIain. M. L.
Dumblo, Willis Hlpshcr, Chas. W
Myers, Howard J. Scbtt. W H. tWw!
ers. Dr. .Tas, W. MoMurray, Otis O. I
moons, Georgo Kookler, Dr. A.
Shuey, Dr. J. E. Baker.
W. Mi JACKSON.
ill7'IIDC E CTIIUDr
Vr JHIlj. Km alUIRrr
PaSSeS awy at the Home Of' DON'T BUY A HAT.
her-DaUPhter UNTIL YOU SEE THE ONES IN
; t 6 ,THE SPECIAL SALE FRIDAY AND
Found Dying From Heart Failure
b MemhWaf th Mmllv
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(Mrs. Francis Stumpf, aged seventy-
eight years, died suddenly at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. C. F.
Badcr, 252 Silver "street, Wednesday
afternoon about one o'clock death
being due to heart failure with which
she had been a sufferer for some
time. Tho members of the family
.wero eating their dinner at the time
and attracted to tho rom by sounds
they found .Mrs, Stumpf breathing
The deceased Is survived by four
children. They are Georgo Stumpf,
of Columbia station: .Mrs. Dorothy
Narranco, of Cleveland, Mrs. C. F.
Bader and Willlaj-K'iumpf, of' this
Funeral service miyiU bo held at
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St. Mary'a church ,rlday monilng at
eight o'clock and. Interment will bo
mado at Gallon, the former home of
Friday, Nov. 15th has been set.
aside, for tho First Baptist. Church of
'North State street. On that day a
. Moral Portion or our gross sales go
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Nw York Store.
Ferguson's Dixie Male Quartette have for many seasons stood at the head of
the list of colored male quartettes in America and without a doubt, represent the
highest type of l;he college-bred cultured negro vocalist.
Madame Neale Gertrude Buckncr, Prima Donna Soprano, with the Dixies,
is without contest given the" place as the greatest soprano of her race, while Mr. W.
C. Buckner has few if any equals as a singer and 'director. The management takes
great pride in offering this "riolHohly the best organization of colored talent in the
musical-world but also a bhriabf ' the most moral refined and and cultured ladies and
gentlemen. By their unusual talent and exceptional courtesy and good breeding
they do much to remove the uriVarrantcd prejudice against the colored race.
Their selections are replete with Jubilees, New and Old Plantation Songs, Negro Melodies,
Gamp Meetin' Songs, Gorafe' Darky Sons, Negro Lullab'es, Vocal Darky Mimicry, Sweet
Sentiment Songs, Home, Cabin ana River Songs oi the Old Slavery Days, Gomjc, Classic,
Sentiment Songs of the Southland, ' ' ' '
v Hear Themat Epworth Church. TONIGHT.
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Prof. T. D. Kelsey goes to
SECURES FINE POSITION
In the Central High Schoo
of that City.
Since Coming to Marion MrKtlsey
Has Proven Himself to be a
. Most Capable Instructor.
T. D. Kelsey, the popular young
high school teacher, who came hero
In September, to take charge of tho'
department of physics and chemistry
has tendered his resignation to tho
teacher's committee of the board of
education. He will leave next week
for St, Louis, Missouri, where ho
will oBsume the duties of superln-
tendont of chemistry in the Central
(High school of that city.
moot I ''r K'sev received a telegram yes
ot tcrday from the clerk of tho St. Louis
.ooarn oi caucnuon announcing nis
election. He will fill tho unexpired
term-of Dr. Alglon ,a capablo in
structor who recenUy was appointed
to a position In an Eastern college.
A more capable man than Mr. Kel
sey never taught a class In the local
high school. Brilliant In his1 opeclal
lino of work, physics and chemistry,
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.it was through the efforts of tho
faculty of tho O. W. U., at Dela
ware, that Mr. Kelsey received tho
notable promotion. Tho position Is
jonc of tho highest salaried In the St.
ijouis nign scliool. Mr. Kelsey will
receivo $1300 for tho remalndor of
tho school year,
.The school board has not as yet
found a man to fill tho position left
vacant through Mr. Kelsey's rcslgna-
llon ana udoubtedly It will bo no
.Bmal undertaking to secure n cap-
auio man at, mis time of tho year.
ibaU'U-KiUA'Y AT 98c AND SI. 98. rv.
'ERYONE WORTH THREE TIMES
.THE PRICE YOU WILL HAVE TO
.iPAY DURING THE SALE. GaME
i'KARLY AND SELECT THE ONE
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YOU WANT. THE JIARION CLOTH.
ING & OLAOK CO.
TRY ADMIRAL COFFEE.
Tho Haborman Hardware Co. for
shotguns, hunting coats and ammu
WKIST IS FRACTURED
John Blue of Owens Meets
John Blue, aged about sixty years,
was tho victim of a painful accident
which occurred at his homo In Owena
about 0 o'clock Wednesday evening.
The aged man stumbled and fell heav
ily on a stone walk, sustaining a
fracturo ot tho right wrist. Ho was
placed on an lnterurb'au car and
brought to this city, and taken to
tho office of Dr. Herman Rhu, where
surgical attention was rendered, ,
Owing to his advanced age, tho In
Jury Is liable to result seriously.
Buy a Quad gas henter, the kind
hat don't sweat.
BENT55 & COURT,
10-30-tf 22G E. Center St.
Try ADMIRA'' COFFEE.
THE M ANH ATTAN
Has Another Large and Juicy
Would Connect Marion and Center
burg with a Real Live
Col. Albert B. Boone, of Zancsvlllo,
Is still engaged In promoting rail
road enterprises. Tho Colonel Is
very well known In Marlon. In tho
Center.burg Gazette ot last wcok two
full columns were used by the Colonel
in announcing some new enterprises
,ln tho line of railroads, wlilch ho Is
jBivcn aml considerable space Is given
to the Projects ho has In hand. He
,W to hold a meeting- thero on Sat-
working. rne colonels picture
uruuy last in uio opera nouse anu
Iad,es and all were urged to bo pros-
.ent - Besides tho colonel Gen. Henry
A. Axllne, of
Columbus, and Major
JohrTO.'H. Cobb,of Wellston, were
to address tho two meetings that day.
i'Tno e0'01101 proposes four electric
railroads out of Ccnterburg, one ot
which Is to como by way of Mt.
Gllcad to Marlon. These are the
roads ho Is promoting:
Centerburg via old grade to Del
Centerburg via Sparta, Chestervlllo
and Mt. Gllcad to Marlon.
Conterburg via Mt. Liberty and
Bangs to Mt. Vernon.
Centerburg via Lock. and Appleton
to Newark with a lino to tho coal
basin of southeastern Ohio.
Notwithstanding all these projects
corner lots in tho cities named are
yet within tho reach of persons
who are not In the millionaire class.
SECURE YOUR SEATS NOW
FOR THE ENTIRE COURSE.
Don't miss this, the most noted company ol voca
list known .today.
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This number alone worth .
the price of the"entire;cvqurse.
About 100 reserved seats still for sale at tho
duced price ol $1.75 for the entire 7 numbers.
About 50 seats still lor sale at $1.25.
Phone the Y. M. G. A. or secure them at the door
Every bit of cloth usee!., in
mak'irigf,.Plothcraf t garments, is :
shruplr-by a special patented -.
process, patented and used only
by the manufacturers of Cloth-'
craft Clothes. tf
That's why Clothcraft suits
and overcoats arc not affected
by dampness or rain why
they hold their shape until
Suits - $10 to $25
Overcoats $10 to $25
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