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elegant selection of stylishisuits
we are showing this season. '
Workmanship, fit and staying
qualities are simply perfect, and
price $10.00 to $30.00,
Town"Wlth pjmous Name:.
There nro 27 elites uud lowut,
named Troy In the United Sta.co, H
named Athens, 17 Uticas, 1G Aicxau
drifts, 1C Roues and 12 Carthages, no.
to speak of 7 Attlcns and 7 Syra
cuaes. Only two states, Indiana una
New York, contain towns' bearing ail
eight of the names. Ohio und Mlssour
contain seven each.
iAH kinds of now nuts, figs, dates,
raisins and Thanksgiving goodies.
OHAS. TURNER & CO.
Try ADMIRAL COFFEE,
Ladies' 50 iach black coats
also black, navy and tan
rubberized rain coats,
Ladies' satin lined 50-inch
black coats f7 nc
Extra fine coats, worth
The Thanksgiving Dinner
No difference what you want, we can supply you with the best
and at prices moderate. It's up to you to call or phone us.
Marion Provision Co.
It's Not Too Late
That Thanksgiving suit
can be selected tomorrow,
thoroughly pressed, alter
ed if necessary, and ready
to be delivered in the even
ing, or Thanksgiving morning.
No Marion merchant tail
or can compete with the
DIES AT COLUMBUS
Young Man Passes Away at
Insanity and Illness Which Caused
Death Js Supposed to Have Rs
suited From Seasickness.
Marry Taylor, aged 23 years, died
.Monday afternoon at tho state hos
pital for tho insane- in Columbus.
Taylor was taken to tne suue noa
nltal from this city about
months ago, only a short time after
he had come here from Kngland, tho
place of his nativity.
Taylor's Insanity and mness were
supposed to have been brought about
by seasickness, which attacked him
on his trip to this country. He be
came violent shortly before being
taken Into custody, and tried to kill
the members of his family.
It Is likely that the young man's
remains will be brought to Marlon
for burial. His parents live on Dav
Dance Thanksgiving afternoon In
Schwlnger's hall. Orchestra music.
Ladies' Aid of Central Christian
Church Meets Monday
Tho Ladles' Aid Society of the Cen
tral Christian church met at the home
of Mrs. D. Dlckason, of East
Church street, yesterday afternoon
and elected officers for next year.
Thoso elected were:
(Mrs. J. W. Thompson, president;
Mrs. E. Bufge, vice president; Mrs.
S. Hosier, secretary and Mrs. J.
McDowell, treasurer. The officers
will lm Inshillml tho first of January.
lAt tho conclusion of the business
session, refreshments wero served by
the hostess and a general social time
We have made special preparation to
fill your order for Thanksgiving time.
We are well supplied with the choicest
things to make this day what it should
be. . -'f '
Turkeys, young and tender.
Ducks, good and, fat.
Goose, large arid luscious.
Chickens, of all sizes. ' ' k
Furnished by the Ventilating
TEACHERS NOT?. .PLEASED
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With Conditions at the
Are Kept ia a Horrified State, by th
Super Abundance of Mice That
Infest, the Temple ef Learning.
Afcconilng to tho roport or P. S.
Wilson, superintendent of Janitors
and buildings, there are so niany mice
at Lincoln building that tho teachers
aro kopt In a horrified state ull tho
time- Mr. Wilson explained to the
school board at its regular meet lug
last night that tho under-floor ven
tilating shafts furnish excellent har
bors for) tho pesky little women hor
rlncrs and rocommonded that tho
shafts bo removed. The matter wan
placed In tho hands of the building
and grounds committee
'Mr. DIckerson Introduced (he point
thnt since tho city has determined to
reap tho Interest on Its money, that
the .school board should consider tho
same proposition Instead of allowing
It to lay around In the banks with
out drawing a premium. After dis
cussing the matter and determining
If tho board has the right to Instruct
tho treasurer as to the placement of
(Tho board received the bond of C.
D. Walters, city treasurer, for $50,
000, which was placed in the hands
of, tho finance committee.
The board voted to allow the usual
custom of dismissing school Wednes
day evening for the remainder of
the week on account of Thanksgiving.
When tho school board purchased
the lot for the Silver street building,
it supposedly bought to Thompson
street. However, It has since been
disclosed that there Is a strln of
Jand thrce and one-half feet, in width
wnicn cuis on tneir street faclnc.
belonging to Mrs. Eunlco Love. Al
though the iboard took no definite
action last nLghtf It Is probable that
u win bo necessary to purchase the
strip as Mrs. Love has offered it at
a veiy reasonable price.
Bills .counting to $6,999.44, Includ
ing $5,908. 04. tho final estimate on
tho Ooak street building, were allowed
and tho clerk Instructed to issuo ord
ers on the treasury for the payment
Iiflimmatorj Rheamatlsn Cired is
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind
says: "My wlfo had Inflammatory
Rheumatism In every muscle and
Joint; her suffering was tcrrlblo and
her body and face wero .swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been
n bed for six weeks and had eight
physicians, but received no benefit
until sho tried Dr. Detchon's Relief
or RhoumatlBm. It gavo immedl
to relief and she was able to walk
bout in thrco days. I am sure it
saved hor life."
Sold by The Dumble Qtarmacy
Druggist, Opposlto Kerr House,
Bat chlckon with the U. 11. choir,
Saturday evening, from 5:00 to 7:50.
.Poultry show. room. ll-26-4t
'Now York State Boiled and Sweet
I ' OHAS. TURNER & CO.
Roast of 3cei;'yiirft,,Jyfjgyunjg jfjjfg v
IRION DAILY Ulab. TUESDAY, NoVKMWJB 20. 1S07. - - S
'I '.?M0"" linricciiif
Fameis Keataeky J talliet is Ceai
laf te Marisa.
Marlon., county breeders or fine
horses will ,iearn with consldorauio
Interest, that another fine stallion
has bcenvf purchasea by a local
horseman., v.VV; T. Harrison has
just purchased from H. C. bloody
of Lexington,. Ky.( the bay pacing
staljldn ''cofdnel l'axton.'JrOOSfl.
f 6aM jed ' ' 1 hf i!60i' and who.has u0a
reclrjd off 2:fc4 d-4. Colonel "j?$t$n
is mMttlAl"'.2:lo 1-4- ' '
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WEIL KNOWN LADY
Mrs. S.rAV-Hemmerly Pase
Born in Kmw Co'nnty the Deceased
Came-' to Marion Abont
Tirsaty. Tears Ago.
After nn illness of about three
years, tMrs.. $. A. illemmorly, wiro
of A.- Hcnimcrly, succumbed to
Urlght's dlaease at nlno o'clocK
Tuesday morning nt her home, 340
Mrs. (Hommerly had only been
confined to'her bed for about a
week until the last few days her
condltlbn-'wask not thought to 00
very dangerous, although no hope
was held outfor ultimate recovery.
She Was Blxty' six years or age ana
was bom Itr- Knox county. She
camo herewith her husband and
family twenty' years ago. Mrs.
Hommerly wm nn excellent woman
'and her death
largo circle of
. . '
Lrnest and'. Elmer of Columbus
Harry, of Kipton; William of Dela
wnre and William Byers, of this
city, n brother. survive.
Funoralsdryices will bo held at
the residence'; at two o'clock Wed.
nesday afternoon, ltov. O. E. Bar
nard officiating.' Interment will dc.
cur at Jackson Center cemetery,
'Wyandoti county at ten o'clock
WITHOUT A STOP
Pianist Waterbury is Still
Hard at Work.
Fiagers filisteredaad Hands Purple
to the Knuckles, May
Eighteen, houre- without a single
stop was (J, .M.Waierbury's record
up until 2 o'clock this afternoon.
'In la ,phoiomlna'.planIst plays right
on despite tho "fact that tho onds
of his fingers are worn to blisters
and his knucklcsare black and
bluo. It is without doubt tho most
rcmarkablo exhibition of physical
endurance ever" given in the city.
Tho playor Is perched on a plat
form near tho stage of the liljou
theatqr and whllb. tno show is in
progress chlmesxln with the mu
Watorbury.deolarea at 2 o'clock
this aftoruoon that ho bolleves that
ho will bu- nblojktb' beat .his bost
record of , 25 hours , and 50
utcs of continuous playing.
BADE MYtls SAYS '
NAY! NAY1 PAULINE
Refuses. to Laaye the Central
Cities Working lard for Redisrict
ing the 0. & P., are not Haying
From Xow ' CastVe
tho word that tno
plan; for which tho
towns of the, ."..0,. and
P, aro at'
present ilghtlh'gpiohara, had been ,due to general breaking, down of
.'given n btockeye, 'Oho Bade Myers.0 aystem due to old age, Up upJtU
'manager of trio Canton team of Jhr.ee ?? aRP. ?irs. Cunningham
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the man who-to'., causing alTS'rar 'f1?l' . Ot -..
trouble r j '' Ij 1 rrho "mains will B:rrlvffJn'the city
"In air lh'tervleni toda,. klvera "rsday'TOorning over the Hocking
says he VoslUiiy,ipwUi noCtWMj
.draw from th 'Central;.' league-'t
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enter a new .circuit with Erie, New
Castle. Sharon Akron and
YouugBownitirlb fans surely be
lieve Bade kuows what he is do.
Ing when he refuses to enter into
any league hera those great big
cities of , NewjUastle and Sharon,
are so greatly Jaterested. Sharon
and NewCtle has done more
other cities in
tho O. and' P.yrbey should form
Judge Babst Uaabls to EJear
M0TWN tOR NF.W TRIAL
HMulwH'' tiinbff feoup ii!.
IU.P";-lr,mU-tUJ& y.ot rfl'i .
Filed -in , Case of State
Against Dr. C. C. " Marsh.
Court Rules Joha Herr Has Valid
Defease to Origiaal Actios
Brought by Baak Court Hews
In the case of John Herr against
the Marlon National Bank, the court
has ruled that Herr has a valid de
fense to the original action, brought
by the bank company. The batik
obtained Judgment on a $1,000 prom
issory note held against Herr and
Hern BOttgnt to havo tho Judgment
set nslde. He says that ho gavo the
noto In payment for stock In a vot
ing machine company, which, It was
represented would locate a plant
here. The- plant was never brought
here and his stock is valueless.
The agent of the company sold the.
note to the bank and the bank
sought to collect.
The court has decreed that Herr
shall be allowed to proceed'. His
petition will stand as an answer to
tho original suit brought by the
The case of the state of Ohio
against Robert O. Lucas, the young
man Indicted for forgery, has been
carried over until the next term of
ivvrui.t. iiiu timi woo w nam dum iki
'Tuesday, but because of clrcum
court. The trial was to have started
stances, It had to be continued
Judge Babst, who .at the last mo
ment had been asked to sit in the
case, stated Monday that he' had com
pleted all arrangements .for taking a
trip through the West and that he
could not romaln later than Tues
day evening. The attorneys agreed
that the trial could not be finished In
one-day and for that reason it was
Lucas gave a bond of $300 set by
.The state of Ohio has filed a mo
tion '"for a( new trial in Its case
against Dr. fC. C. Slarsh, the neuro
magnet'c healer, who was acquitted
ilbnday, on thp charge of practicing
medicine without a licenses The
judge, It will toe remembered, took,
the case from the jury and ordered
The motion filed through prosecut
or Clark and C. D. Laylln, attorney
for tho state board of medical reg
istration at Columbus, sots up five
alleged errors. The matter will go
to tho circuit court.
The caso of the state of Ohio
against A. E. Wise, of Laltue, has
been continued until the next term
of, court. , Wise's bond has be,en
placed at S300. Wise Is charged with
having derrauacu tne county oy col
lecting Tor painting a bridge wh'ch
was never painted,, Tho caso was
tried on a previous occasion and tho
iln the matter of the application
of tho First Presbyterian church to
sell certain real estate, the court has.
oraerea mat an property aescrioea me
sold, with the exception, of lot No.
1685 on. Park Boulevard. The real
estate comprises a number of lots
given the church by members of
In tho suit of Charles L, Justice,
administrator, against H. C. Leo and
others, judgment has been revived
to tho extent of $520,40.
The damage suit of John Rich
ards against tho Chicago & Erie
railroad company has been dismissed
at the cost of tho plaintiff.
Mrs. Hannah Cunaingham Dies at
Mrs. Hannah Curiulngham, a for
mer rosldenj. of this city, died Tues
day, morning at 6130 o'clock' at tho
lomo of her daughter, Mrs" Margaret
Kelnheart, In Columbus. Death was
'Ilveflt horn. Vrhnra Bha'Vino' ,tx
.o w in auutrunceu inter:
Jlroqklyn, ' Nov
Maxwell the indicted president 0?
tho Borough bank, which suspend
ed payment last mpnthrff'toiiay cut
nis .mroat witn 0. razorf in " an at.
.tonipt at suicide., He ia4 iii a nreear
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Charged With, Blocking
Mayor ScHerff Orders Police to Ar
rest Traia crews wao ureaa
On ah ' affidavit mado Monday
iriornlng''by Patrolman N E, Bab
cock, Conductor D.' ,P. Schultz, of
tho 'Erie, was arrested this morn
ing and brought up in the mayor's
court, charged with permitting the
freight train of which he was" in
charge to block tho Main, State and
Prospect street crossings for more
than tho five minutes allowed, yester
day morning. ,
Schultz told the mayor that It was
not his fault. He said that the en
gineer had pulled past a switch and
that tho train broke in two while
backing, up to get into the switch.
Tho mayor dismissed the caso
against Schultz after he heard a
statement of the cose, but Immedi
ately took up tho matter with O. E.
Alien, Erie superintendent. Tho
mayor is determined that the com
pany shall not block the crossings In
tho principal part of tho city for
longer periods than tho law permits
and has Instructed the patrolmen to
arrest tho train crows and bring
them Into court when guilty. If
the crews are taken from their trains
and the trains delayed It Is believed
that tho practice will be eliminated.
Chief Cornwell took Charles F.
Noblet to the workhouse this morn
ing. Noblet will servo thirty days
for drunkenness arid abusing hi
Call and see the hand painted china
at the Free Baptist church sale to
be held In the church basement
Wednesday, Nov. 27. It
WOULD YOTLJ -
Send your money away to a foreign city for Watches
and Jewelry. When you can buy the selfsame articles
for less money at home. You get no selection,, don't
see the goods until your money is -gone. We sho.w
you a nice list of latest and best patterns andyou.haye!
our personal home grown guarantee. -c . ;
In SEARS & ROBUCK new catalogue you will-'
find 1847 ROGER BROS, knives andjorty at' $3:7
our price ,,is. $3.50 delivered to you. You pay the' ex
press and cost of sending the mpny to Sears & Robuck. "
We give you n selection and deliver the goocls. Xo.u
will find 4-0 size Malby Stark Watches in same, catarr,
lbgUe at $12.65 our price is $12.00 delivered to, you.
and guaranteed. ' "
The new adjustable Bracelets, Signet top you will'
find at $4.25, our price is $3.50. All along the' line1
you will find upon investigation that you can't save ..
one cent and in many cases lose money by sending-there j
for good staple goods, the cheap goods with fictitious
names, we idon't handle. Call and see our' lines and
C. E. BURRIS
' JEWELER AND OPTICIAN 134 WEST CENTER ST.
WEDNESDAY: LAST DAY
OF OUR BIG SKIRT SALE
Without a doubt the best 'Skirt Sale we ever held , Regular
$6 and 6.50 Dress Skirts now at - ---.j 9 S.f5
THESE SUIT PRICES
$25.00 Suits, about, twenty left, now marked $14.fi
22.50 Suits, inost all colors, tdmprroW aN c$lt:99
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rusts; A visit to this department win suny ue 01 interest
to you. A most complete assortment at prices rantfing from
1.00 to $65. 00. i
J. P. LUDWIQ'S The8stS;f,,?
GET THE CASH HABIT.
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The Warner & EdwardsSft
14.' s t?., in nnr "'.
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We have assembled a great;
showing of reliable silk,;
for the Holiday 'business
Every yard is right ana?
specially priced. , .
35-in Chiffon Taffeta Silk ,89c, f
instead of Si. 00. 1 S
34-ih Dress Taffeta, Si.oo-'jrii S
stead of tfi.25. ' 1w
36-in Peau-de-Soie, 1.25 in
stead of 1,50.
27-in Pcau-de-Soie 1.60 in
stead of r.25. -i
Most Beautiful Thlno In LlfrP'.l
auu uiny reai iy sona mine in mm
universe is love. This makes oqr. llte ,
really life. This makes im Immortal
while we are hero; This makes us sure" ,,
that death is .no end, but only a .bef
ginning, to us and to all we ldve.-i.
V. Clarkn. if '
iThere will bo home made candles
at tho Frco jlaptlst church sale to
be held ih the basement of the' church
Wednesday. Nov. 27. . v , If
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