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title: 'The Marion daily mirror. (Marion, Ohio) 1892-1912, November 14, 1907, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8',
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MR. JOflN DENNEY
Had been III two 'Months
Deceased was One of the Oldes
and Best Known Travel
ing Hen in Ohio.
After an Illness of nearly two
months with rheumatism John Den
ney, nsed 76 years, one of the oldest
traveling salesmen In this part of
the state, died at hts home, 1G21 Kast
Center Btreet, shortly after midnight
. The condition of Mr. Denney had
'been critical' for several weeks and
during tho past week all hope of
recovery was abandoned by the niem
.bers of his family.
The deceased was born In Jefferson,
Pennsylvania. He camo to Marlon
Special Sale on coats and
skirts, ALSO CHILDREN'S
A great many Numbers
have been marked down for
To those who can't pay
fancy prices, come here to.
morrow and get more than
your money's worth.
One lot of ladles coats that
sold from $6.50 to $15.00
some are short and some are
long, some are full satin
Don't delay as they
wen't last long AJ QC
Children's Bear Skin
coats at $2.50, $2.98,
$3.98 and $5.00.
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rti am sWlrzAf.
The "Sampeck" ,
Just; a, little more style; just
alittlg mo're,'g6odness; just a
little more exclusiveness that
so strongly marks the "SAM
PECK" Children's Over
coats and makes them differ
from the ordinary kind.
They come in shades, pat
terns and fabrics that are cor
rect and prices within reach
of all who wish to economize
by buying dependable child
iwlth his wife and family twenty
years no and had since made this
city his home. Ho was married to
Miss Nannie Collins February 25,
1837, In Knox conty and only last
February celebrated his golden wed
Mr. Dcnney was a member of the
Royal Arch Masons and other Masonic
lodges and ho was well known in "this
city and throughout the State. Three
children survive, They are William
Oenney, of Klyrla, John -Donney, of
Rochester. N. Y., hnd Mrs.. Mary
young, of Delaware,
The funeral arrangements will not
bo made until the arrival of relatives.
Room for 50 boys and girls In choir
loft nt Kpworth church ut 2"c to hear
Dixie Jubilees. it
Tho Haborman Hardware Co. for
shotguns, hunting coats nnd nmmu
DEFEAT TBE GRAYS
'Win two out of three Games
Interesting Bowling Contest Be.
tween Teams of the City
League on City Alleys.
lAt tho City bowling alleys last
night, two teams of the city bowling
league played off their regular weekly
schedule. Mackey's five won two
games out of three played with the
Grays, The scores follow:
Ulsh 131 177 138
Postlo 141 143 181
K. I'ierson y. 171 170 1C4
Smith i. 123 123 123
Jones 123 123 123
Totals 000 748
Waddell ...,. .109 157
R. Ploraon ........ 114 lf.0
'Burnett 161 .141
Mncy 123 125
Metz 125 125
Totals 004 701
DO NOT HISS IT.
THE DIG MILLINERY SALE AT
THE .MARION CLOTHING & CLOAK
CO. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, COO
ILVTS WORTH FROM $2.50 TO'$3.00,
THE ENTIRE SAMPLE LINE OF A
LARGE MANUEACTURER ALL TO
GO AT TWO PRICES. 98c AND
Dance tonight In Schwlnger's hall,
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY
Ladies' 5(Mach Kersey -
Ladies' $12.50 loatfsatia liaed, Iraadclatk
Ladies' $20.00 Velour Jackets
Extra special at
Misses' leas' caats at(
$2.98, $3.98, $5.00 aad .
Iafaats gear Skia ceats at
$2.50, $2.91, $3.91 aad ,...,..
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TUB AJAnlON tiAlhV MmR04viHt)n8PAY, NOVEMBER 14, 190'
If Thev Want to Handle
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS
Lost Annually to the City by
Ordinance will be Introduced Re
quiring Competitive Bidding for
Handling the City's Money.
According to plans .now on foot,
after the first of the year, tho banks
of tho city will be compelled to bid
for tho prlvllego of handling tho
city's fmids. Under present condi
tions, the city gets no revenue what
ever from its funds, two of the local
banks being nllowed to hold the
money without being required to pay
Interest. Under tho plan proposed
for tho future, the bank which
handles tho funds will be required
to pay Interest and ns a result sev
icral thousand dollars will be added
to the city's Income.
At a meeting or tho city council
to be held in the near future, an
ordinance will be Introduced requir
ing competitive bidding for the clty'o
money.' It Is expected that the or
dinance will be adopted without trou
ble. 'Under the present arrangement,
and this arrangement has been In
force hero for years, tho city treas
urer has no work nor responsibility.
He darws $200 a year as treasurer
of the city and $120 a year addi
tional as treasurer of tho board of
education. It has been just tho same
as picking up so much money. He
hns been required to furnish two
bonds, one for $lfiO and another for
$200, but the banks to whom ho gave
tho city's money paid for the bonds.
Not only Hint htft, they kept the
Under the now plan, tho treasurer"
will havo a great deal of responsl
bHIty. Ho will be forced to keep his
own books, which will .mean no
small amount of work. It Is purposed
to have the lwnds furnished by the
city, so that tho corporation nor the
treasurer will In no way bo under ob
ligation to thp banks. Naturally,
tho treasurer will be given an In
crease In salary, so that ho will draw
$500 or $C00 a year.
The Democartlc treasurer-elect.
Claude D. Walters, Is heartily In
favor .of tho new plan. Ho says that
thoro Is no reason why tho city should
not got a fow thousand dollars a
year from tho deposit of Its funds.
At times the city has In Its treasury
as much as $123,000 and It can bo
scon thnt from this amount no small
amount of Interest would accruo.
THE GREATEST DARGAINS EV
ER SHOWN IN TRIMMED MILLIN
ERY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAYAT
THE MARION CLOTHING & ClAviC
CO; ' ll-13-2t
STILL IN FIGHT
Marion May Yet be Selected as Site
for the Hospital
Columbus, Xov. i4,Tho stato
commission to purchnso n slto for
the projected state hospital for
crippled children mot today in tho
governor's ofllco. Another "detor
mlned effort" to reach n conclusion
was made, though previous most
lugs nt which it was , said a defin
ite decision would bo mado wore
Columbus, Marietta, Cincinnati,
.ZanoHvlllo, Portsmouth, Dolawaro,
Marlon, Newark, and Marysvlllo
are ranking strong claims, with n
dozen other sites under considera
iRoqm for DO boys nnd girls In choir
loft at Epworth church nt 25c to hear
Dixie Jubilees, It
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, Star.Iach Other
After notCuiavihg. met for, seventeen,
yours, aiibrge. Brown of tho Insurance
flrn ,ot M'llla ano Drown, today
greeted tjls'broMieri. C. A. Drown, of
nlrmlngham, Alabama, who came
her to nay him a: short visit. Tho
visitor was formerly a major In tho
14th Regiment, Q 4N G. now known
ns the; 4th 'Olildt ,Ho Is a civil en
gineer' by ot-cupatlon nnd for a num
ber or years' ha been in the employ
of tho government.
fla Beea . -Installed at Dreamland
aid the Nickelodlum.
A now system "for operating tho
moving picture machines at Dream
land and the . Nickelodlum has been
Installed and'bjthls system tliq flick
ering which, is' so notlceablo in the
majority of moving pictures will ho
Managers. Gottschall and Rosenberg
of tho two moving plcturo theaters
are notmnklrig tpubllc tho now plan
of running tho.' machines hut say
(that they can assure tho public that
their pictures, will now compare
with any In the' country.
Kkeijutini Cored ii a Day.
Dr. Dqichon&Rellef for Rheuma
tism and Neuralgia radically cures in
1 to 3 days. Its action upon tho
system ' is reniarknblo and myster
ious. It removes' at onco tho muse
and tho disease .Immediately disap
pears, Tho first doso greatly bene
fits. 75 cents and $1.
Sold by The Dumblo Pharmacy,
Opposite Krr House.
Horse funs away on Windsor
L. E. Rhoads Hurt as He Jumped
From Wagon Horse Cot
Tho American, express wagon No.
1 was badljr.jdaniHgod, and the hori?o
seriously Injured Jn.d runaway which,
occurred on Windsor . street ubout 10
o'clock this morning. The driver,
L. K. Rhoads Y?as also slightly In
jured in Jumplris?"sfrom tho wagon.
iRhoads had driven to the south
pari of town to- deliver nn express
nackaga. When returning, tho horso
in some manner slipped the bit out of
Its mouth and runaway. The driver
having absolutely no control over
tho animal jumped,' rom tho wagon.
Tho horso ratfVnbrth on Windsor
street and upon turning Into Church
street crashed Intp'-tho curbing, Tho
wagon was unset-' and tho horso
.throws aguUut'n' telephone pole.
Fortunately the ivagn contained no
valuable 'express. Y'
THo diver Rllghtly.jspraincd his left
leg In Jumping, ' but was fortunate.
however, in escaping with so slight
an Injury.- TJieBp'rao was badly. cut
nnd bruised. T'r '
IS CRITICALLY ILl
Feared fbraTime He had
Later it Developed the Patient was
of Kast Georgo
street, Is In a critical condition as
n result of ptomalno poisoning, Dr.
B. Li. Brady wasisummoned hurried
ly to TwcedleVvhomo last night by
the nnnouncomeritV'thal Twedlo had
endeavored to cad his life by taking
poison, i The physician found him In
a critical condition' Buffering convul
sions at frenuonf-intervals.
It developed that Tweedle had not
taken poison,, but'.that be was a suffer
ing from,- ptojjittif jjjwlsonlng ns a re
sult of having eaten Borne canned
Muptials are Parforsasd by Rev. C.
(AIss Margarif'iart'i Drown and
Mr. Klyiucr Kllw6$V , Young, were
married at7Vp'cIockf iVednesday.
evonhig, nt'.tho'anie" of Joseph Bate-
Jmati, on Davldpyet Tho cero-
uiuny yiua petpmea oy uov,u, m.
Rowley, paa&qeWVt Wesley M. K,
cnurcn, anu wwakwijnessea uy a
JJoth the birWiiitJ groom aro pop-
uJar-yog pjggtThy ytl majtqi
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Pleaded Guilty and Pays the
GRIFFITHS IS DEFENDANT
In Suit for Alimony FOed
Answer is Filed to Ameided Petit.
Ion in a Suit Started Twenty
Years Ago Court News.
Hlrnm Ward, who was Indicted
nt tho last session of tho grand
Jury on the chnrgp of shooting
with Intent to kill Charles Moore,
house, entered a plea of not guil
ty to this chargo . bu by tho con--sont
of Prosecuting Attorney lark
pleaded guilty to aRsault and bat
tery. Ho was fined .f- and costs
Ward .shot, at Moorehouso while
tho latter was on Oak street ono
night In company with a womnn.
Ward claimed .that iMooreJiottBo had
boon creating a disturbance.
Moorehouso was recontly sent from
Dolawaro to tho MatiRflold reform
atory. Twenty years ngrf David Amerino
and John Q. Drake, prommeui resi
dents of LaRue, were In partnership.
Difficulties ensued nnd ncording to
tho claims of Drake, they got to
gether November 10, 189?, and effect
ed a settlement. There are now two
suits pending in tho local court or
common pleas, resulting from their
partnership of two decades back.
Several years ago Drake seoureu
Judgment against Amerino for $437.75.
A year ago Drake, through his attor
ney, John H. Clark, brought anoth
er suit to marshall liens against Am
erino. Then Amerino camo back
with a suit to set asldG tho judgment,
claiming that the amount Is oxccssive,
Thursday in tho court of common
pleas, Drake filed an answer to Am
crln'es amended petition, denying all
allegations. Through his attorney,
Clark, ho also filed a reply to tho
answer of, Amerino In tho suit of
Drako against Amerino, Ho denfea
thnt the judgment Is excessive and
asks that - Amcrlno's petition ,bc
William F. GrlflUhB la dofend.
ant In a suit for alimony brought
In tho conrt" of common pious
Thursday morning, by Martha L.
OriTnthB. TIi rough hpr attorney,
H. E. Hill, Mrs. Griffiths says
that sho and arlfflths were mar
ried December 24, 3874 nnd that
during tho past two years ho
has doscrtcd hor fronnontly. Rho
says ho Is a carpenter, painter,
plnstcror and Jnck.of.all trades and
that ho makes good mouoy.
In tho suit of tho Mezgor company
against W. C. Luollen nnd others,
tho Fahey Banking company Thurs
day filed an nnswer nnd cross petition
through Jts attorneys, Scodeld, Dur
feo & Scodeld. Tho banking com
pany says tbat Iueuen and his wife
secured a loan of $350 on a promissory
note to bo paid on op beforo'Soptem
bor 19, 100C. The court Is asked 'to
order I.uelleri's real estate sold nnd
to tako, nn account of tho bank's
Tho Rock Island Plow company, of
Rock Island, Illinois, through Its at
torney, W. N. Harder, Thursday filed
potltlon against Lawson II. Do-
Lnuder. Tho petition states thnt .Tan-'
uary 2, 1807, tho plaintiff company
secured judgment for $245, GO against
Doumdor In the court of W. D.
Tonguett In Montgomery township.
It Is sUtcd that the Judgment has
becomo dormant and a reviver ts
Orphlla Render brought suit for dl-
vorco against Charles p, Bender
Thursday morning. Thoy wore mar
ried in Caledonia, Decembor t 1003
and havo no children. Mrs. Bonder.
through her attorneys, Crlsslnger &
umnery, piiarges her husband with
oxtrome cruolty nnd gross neglect.
Sho says that his cruelty forced her
io ieavo mm. He' has been wilfully
nbsont for threo years, sho alleges.
.Mrs. uender asks to bo restored
to her maldon namo of Orphlla Henry.
Tho hearing of tho damage suit Of
Orlena Lllloy against tho Marlon
Railway Light & Poyor company la
in progress in the court, of 'common.
piuas, Toaay. tho Hearing' started
this afternoon, somo of the witnesses
having failed to appear when " tho
time arrived this morning.
(.Mrs, i,niey sued for injuries which
clie claims to liavo u?tanpd in be-
tuti I'ut u, luuiii Hirooi car.
Born', a son Wednesday tor.
and, Mrs, John Morcliant of 'rrds-
w, Dixie JubikniatRp.-
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'pIIE largest collection of
Holiday Books we have ever brought
logemer. no irasn,BWT4ai
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liclion. Choice bookalor girlBy boys
books, bibles .and tMtame"ntt8nil
manv Christmas novelties. All?DrIcetl
at the lowest dry goods price, which'
you know is pretty low.
gOXJi)D Prtpci- put Up es
pecially for our trade. First' quality
ol stock with artistic boxes. Our lead'
er will be a fifteen inch box with full
length portrait of the up- OQfl
to-date girl JLX3j
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You can't aftord
tableware when y6u
we are quoting. For instance;
1847 Rogers Bjos. knives and forks'
$3.25 a set, Rogers $1.50 tea spoons
$1 a set, Rogers Bros. $2 teaspoons,
$1.50 per set, etc.
We are making special prices on, all
silver table ware during the month 'oi
November. Don't miss this opportunity,.'
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
134 WEST CENTER STIEET.
Don't try to put oft' buying longer. We hriv.e he
kinds you want, have them priced lowest, will give you
best values. Note these
fleece lined" union
suits all sixes
Boj's' .heavy fleece lined
union suits, all sixes, 4 Qa
24 to 34- A tOll
Ladies' line ribbed union
suits, fine soft fleece, 1 Q
all sixes 98c and TQIi
Men's llcece lined QQa
union suits , uOu
THE RACKET STORE
The special sale we are having on our suits is gradually
dwindling our stock, but we still have a goodly supply of high
grade suits and feel sure that we can easily suit yeuP .t
least it will do no harm to examine them. ,' ,
The styles shown are the very latest Including the short
medium and half length effect; the materials are all wooj,
broadcloth, panama, serge and cheviot in standard colors; 1
At the prices we ar,e selling
you to see them. No better time was. ever offered you than
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OET ,TaTE;OAfR SABIT.
Tomorrow Is the Day
to help the ladies of the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
,of N. State St,' Axjibefal
tliem on this day,
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RBALLY QOOD SILKS.
XK would hot endanger oji'r? f
V reputation lor selling the btyAffiJl,
black silks by onerina a-silk.thatwa.dld'' vtV
hot know all about. This speolaloHetlng " f '
oi 300 yds or 34 in TaHetasilk is a, si f.v'
that we know will gjve the beet of wear, '$ r
we ve sold it before but never under
$1.25. during this sale its
to be without nice-
can buy at the prices?
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Ladies' fleece lined ribbed
shirts and pants,
all si.es .
Men's fleece lined
shirt and drawers
Children's fleece lined shirts
drawers 05 20 25
Boys' heavy fleece lfn-i
ed shirts and drawers
them we feel sure it will pay 1
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