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OTOD MABION DAILY MIKROX, FJUDY, JULY 10, 11108.
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' There are no low Shoes
'in town to compare with
burs, in style or fit, wear
Fancy ripe Watermelons,
Everything in Green
Cfaas. Turner & Co.
201-203 E. Center St.
Coal, lime, sand, brick, sewer
pipe, cement building block, flue
lining, wall plaster, plaster paris,
Price & Hurley,
t Telephone 284.
' Being bothered to death by collec
tors. Put an end to your MONET
TROUBLES. Borrow enough
money of us to pay olf your little credi
tors and have only one place and one
small payment' to mako each pay day.
We inaKo loans on Furniture
Eianos, Horses etc. No publi
city Low rates, long time,
Marion Chattel Loan Co
131 1-2 E. Center St. Phone 980
The growing demand
for our Meats is proof
satisfactory of the
quality we furnish.
If you are not already
a patron, begin now.
Marion Provision Co.
WE FRAME PICTURES
RING'S arSFtTSSA f iiBtET:
This is the Best Equipped Laundry
In tho city. TlilanirAiia conoldor.iblo to you, who bava laundry work done; no oxtromo
method here to bring ubout (leBlrnlile reaulu-JiiHt nott wutur, ordinary noun uud caro
fu method, .
' ANTHONYS LAUNDRY
If you are careless about the
be diligent in greater things.
is very superior.
A Life Depends on Success
of the Search,
A PECULIAR LETTER
Is Received by Police Chief
An Aged Lady Is Taken to Police
Court and Given a Lecture on
airs. George Parker of Uhler avo.
nue, got full last night, and when
sho commenced to break up tho fur
niture In her home tho police were
culled Officers WUhelm and Thomp
son answered the call and took tho
woman to the city prism, where hIiq
wan looked up. This morning, after
listening to one of the- Mayor's spe
cial tomporanco talks, she was re.
leased. Mrs. Parker Is fifty years
Chief Cornwell wfcm notified this
morning that a horso and buggy had
been stolon last night at Kenton, and
ho was aked to bo on the lookout
for tho samo. Tho animal, a brown
mare, fifteen hands high, with whlto
star In forehead and whlto nose, wan
hitched to a black buggy with red
running gears. The buggy had steel
Flnd Mr. T. A. Speck ,a life hangs
on your success," writes Mrs. T. A.
Speck, of 101 Woodland avenue,, Nor
walk.'Ohto, to Chief of Police Corn-
woll According to tho lotter Speck
has been enlarging pictures on pillow
tops In this city.
Tho police havo mado a diligent
search for Speck and havo been un
ablo to locato him.
Uhler & Philips' Stock Ad
Come In tomorrowjust carefuly In
vestigate tho magnificent value-giving
In overy section. Nine chances to ono
you'll find what you want In that
sterling quality, which moans ' satis.
Diction at less than any other store
askd oven In Its "Clearanco Sales."
Loworlng a $10,000 stock of shirt
waists at 40c to COc on tho dollar.
Llngorlo whlto dresses, tub jacket
suits, jumpers, summer skirts and
wraps at a third to one half price.
Cur magnificent stocks of muslin
undenwoar now bolng cleared nt lens
Wash Goods, whlto goods. linens,
domestics, ginghams, dress goods,
UIIM3R & PHILLIPS.
iP. S. And lot us whisper In your ear
there'll bo somo thunder hero a week
from Saturday, July 18th.
UHLER & PHILLIPS.
Tho Pennsylvania road suffered a
slight -wreck on IU "Y" which
leads to the shops of the Marion
Manufacturing Company this morn
ing. A. Ulg Four freight, backed
down Into tho track while It was
being obstructed and was derailed,
throwing a number of tho cars over
and off tho track. Local workmen
were busily engaged during tho
major portion of tho foronoon In
clearing the track for use today.
Tho local olllcials of tho Hock
ing Valley road and tho Erlo havo
devised a plan to check ono train
being delayed by tho other, they
both arriving liero at approximately
tho. Bamo time. Tho Hocking train
In tho past has arrived somewhat
earlier for tho most part and oh.
structa tho Krlo tralm No, a la ad
vancing. In tho futuro tlie Hocking
train will advnnco so far as to ob
struct tho Center street crossing for
the full limit of timo in case' tho
two trains obstruct oacih other and
tho Brie train can thus advance.
Moot mo at Kaior'fl Candy Shop".
Try an ad
In Tho Minor Want
reflects the character of
your business qunliflca
tions to a great extent.
little tilings you are not apt to
Our Eaton "Hurlbut" paper
TSCHJLNEI IROS., DruffisU.
Frequently Caused by Mental
Can Bo Curad Only by Toning up the
Nervoua System, tho Troatment
Which Restored Thla Young
Ithaca Woman to Health.
Ono who lias not endarod tho suffer
ing caused by nervous hendacho ennnot
realize tho awfal ngony of Its victims.
"Worst of nil, the ordinary treatment
cannot bo relied upon to care nor oven
to givo rellof that Is permanent. Bomo
doctors will say that if a person Is sub
ject to tlicso headaches thero is nothing
that will prevent their roourrenco.
Nervous headaches, as well as neural,
gia, nro caused by lack of nutrition,
tho nerves tiro starved. Feed tho norves
by furnishing through tiio blood the
oloments which thoy rcqniro and the
causo of tlicso norvous troubles Is to
moved. Tho only way to feed tho nerves
is through tho blood and it is in this way
that Dr. Williams Pink Pills havo ac
complished so many remarkablo cures.
Miss F. Mao Markell, of 103 Iluestls
streot, Ithaca, N. Y, , says : ' 'I had ner
vous headaches for sovcral years. Thoy
began when I was a studont iu tho high
school. I Was studying hard, grew palo
and thin and my friends Vfcro, nfraid I
was going into a decline I had no
appetite', my dlgostiou was poor and I
lost in weight. The headaches came on
two on tlirco times a week nud some
times ovory day. Thoy woro so eovero
that quite often I would havo to go to
bed when I camo homo from Hchool. My
blood wna in such a bad condition that
my hands wero covered with a rash.
"Uur lamny doctor benclltou tno for a
timo, but did not seem able to cure me.
My grandfather told mo to try Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills, sayiug thoy had liolped
him. I fouud that theyvero helping
mo and took thorn until cured, when
school opened again I was strong and
ablo to study and havo novor had the
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills nro sold by all
druggists, or will bo sent, postpaid, on ro
coipt of price, 60 cents per box; six boxes
for 13.60, by tho Dr. Williams Medicine1
Company, Schenectady, N. Y. Thoy
are guaranteed to bo frco from opiates
or auy harmful drug aud cannot injure
tho most delicuto system.
HOME AND FOREIGN
Of the United Brethern
Church Met Thursday.
Next Meeting of the Society will be
Held at Lincoln Park a Picnic
The Woman's Homo and Forolcn
Missionary Soclotles of the United
Brethren church met Thursday after
noon at tho homo of Mrs. !A. O. Jen
nings, of Silver street. Tho nrocram
of tho afternoon was opened with a
song following which prayer was of
fered by Mm .'Matilda Kurtz. Tho
scripture leswn was read, ifrom Mat
thew 21, by Mrs. H. O. Dunn. Fol
lowing a second hymn reports woro
read by, Mrs. William Ooler, as treas.
uror and Miss Allco Sheedy as secre
tary. Mrs. A. O. Jennings gave a
reading on "Tho Missionary Box."
following which "Christian Olvlng"
wus uiscusseu uy .miss ia ran siieeuy,
which feature closed tho program.
Tho ladles decided to bold tholr noxt
meotlng at Lincoln nark on tho sec-
ontl Thursday in August, and the
meeting Is to be followed by a picnic.
Lewi H. Flocken returned home
from Cedar 'Point where Jie was In
attendance at tho thirteenth annua!
meeting or tho Ohio State Pharmac
.Fred Mltcholl, who resides on Com-
morclal streot, foil from a freight car
In the yards of tho Erlo this mornlne;
and fractured three ribs. Tho vic
tim or tho accident suffered much nJIri
hut Is not seriously Injured. Io was
given attontlon by Dr. H. J. Lower.
(Harry Ruhl, of Rast Conter street,
suffered a slight Injury to tho second
finger of Ids right band whllo play
ing Iball with, a companion Thursday
evening. Tho nail of tho finger was
badly torn and the injury proved very
Ono at tho workmen engaged at re
moving the houses from tho lota of
tho Steam Shovel plant on Lewis
street ,hn'd one of tno fingers or his
right hand badly mashed whllo at
work this morning. Ho wa nlven
attention by Dr. C. C. Smith.
Ynu Jes can't beat biscuits made outen
Oold Medal Flour, no- nail. Maiiut.
You toavo tried tno rest, Now try
;5o host ADMIRAL COFFEE.
CJold Medal Flour makes delicto" butted
Try an aa In Tho Mirror Want
W r' ' ' V J
I LOCAL I
(I EVENTS I
JMrn. Frank Tlttzhaupt was hostess
to tho Y. M D. club at her homo on
Pleasant street yesterday afternoon.
The time was Bpent with embroidery
work and nlco refreshments woro
served. Tho guests of the club wore
Miss Roberts, at Findlay, Mrs. Hugh
Tate, Mrs. Chris Mely and Mrs.
Bertha Kellehor ,
In two weeks, Mrs. Louis Uhl, of
Wilson avenue, will entertain the club.
Tho Woman's Honle Circle was
pleasantly entertained yesterday after
noon with a picnlp at Lincoln park by
tho members of tho I. N. club. Each
member answered the roll call with
a quotation. Mrs. Coborn won tho
guessing contest and received a fancy
pure Mrs. Anna Mason received the
second prize, a hand painted plate.
Mrs. .T. Drinker and Mrs. D. Kcl
lam, of Cleveland, wero tho guests.
Tho Misses Allco and Jennie Pet
em entertained very nicely Thursday
ovonlng at Uielr homo on Vine street
In honor of Prof. F, D. Kelscy of
FIndlny and Dr. I. J. Kail of Colum.
bus. The evening was spent social
STRUCK ON THE HEAD
BY A HEAVY PULLEY
Mrs. Charles Scott is Seri
For a Time She Was Unconscious
and Her Recovery la
Whllo assisting In DUttlnc hav Into
a mow this afternoon, Mm. Charles
Scott, aged 35 years, of Scott Town,
was struck on tho head by a bay
pulley and probably ratally Injured.
air. Scott had been unable to secure
enough harvest hands and In order to
get his largo crop into the barn, tho
wife agreed to worlc. A ropo holding
ono of tho pulleys tyroko and tlie pulley
strucK Mrs. fcott on the head, render.
ing ner unconscious, Sho was carried
to tho Mouse and a ohy&lctan was
jsummoned. Although she was uncon
scious for somo time, sho was rallied
by tho physician.' The chances for
recovery are said to be very slight.
$100 REWARD, $100.
The readors of this paper will bo
pleased to learn that thero is at least
one dreaded disease that scionce has
been ablo to cure Jn all its stages,
anil that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is tho only positive euro now
known to the medical fraternity. Ca
tarrh being a constitutional disease,
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internal
ly acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces or the system, there
by destroying the foundation of the
disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up tho constitu
tion and assisting nature In doing Its
work. The proprietors have so
much faith In Its curative powers that
thoy ofTer Ono Hundred Dollars for
any cane that It falls to cure. Send
ifor list of testimonial.
tAddress P. J. CHENEY & CO., To
WILL PULL BARD
FOR GREATER MARION
Merchants Plau a Very Ac
Executive Committee Meets Today
and Effects au Organlza.
A meotlng of tho new exocutivo
committee or the iletall Merchants'
Association was held t tho Commer
cial Club parlors this morning Tor tho
purpose of organization. Plans for
work in tho organization along now
lined wero discussed freely by tho
members proseut and much enthusi
asm was shown. It Is tho purpose of
this committee as suggested by
President E. K. Uhler to do a
much larger work in tho Retail Mer
chant's association. This association
purposes taking a much more active
work In tho building up of Greater
Marlon, looking toward tho locating
of now industries In Marion, and with
this I y'ow, a new committee to bo
known as tho Merchant's Booster's
Club has been created, This Is a
committee or flvo ami later will ba
much In evidence In. work tending to
tho growth of everyjtmng commercial
in Marion, Tlie morchants or Marlon
occuplng perhaps a m:d,4e position be-
ly and a number of muBlcnl selec
tions were rendered.
The guests wero Mr. and Mrs.
D, 11. Harvey, Miss Hazel Harvey,
Prof. F, W. lterryman and Arthur
King of the city and 'Mr. and Mrs.
CJiarles Lewis, Mrs. Q. Dwlght Fow
ler, Mrs. Addle llenton and Miss
Laura Sears of Harpster,
Mrs. M. J. Sullivan pleasantly en
tertained a company of ladles at bridge
yesterday, honoring Mrs. Arthur E.
Ohoney, who will leavo next Thursday
for a trip abroad. Tho first prizo
was won by Miss Pearl Cheney. The
Mrs. J. F. Prendergast, Mrs. P. J.
Mnrtln, Mm. F. A. Huher, Mrs. Fred
Dombaugh, Mrs. O. S. Rapp, Mrs, H.
B. Hane, Mrs. F. S. Keller, Mrs.
Oeorgo B. Christian, Jr., Mrs. Clifford
Owens, Mrs A. II. Honefangcr, Mrs.
H. Jr. Stone, Mrs. W. II. Bones,
Mrs. H. X. Qulgley, Mrs. John Dar
mody, Mrs A. H. Kllng, Mrs. M.
A. Turney, Mrs Oswald Wollenweb
er, Mrs. W. E. Scofleld and Miss
tweon factory and forco, and being
vitally Interested In Industry, should
bo a largo factor In tho promotion of
The Wednesday afternoon cloKlng
movement was discussed at this meet
ing. A resolution was passed declar
ing It to be tho Judgment of the ex
ecutive committee that tho stores
should all close Wednesday afternoons
during August It Is recommended that
the work to this end he taken up by
the stores In their own respective
OP WESLEY MEETS
Mrs. James O. Hillety was
An Excellent Program Dealing with
Interesting Topics was
Tho Woman's .Missionary Sjclcty of
the Wesley iM. H. church, met at
tho homo or Mrs. James o.' Hlllery,
or Sharp street, Thursday afternoon.
Tho topic for discussion, ('Deaconesses
and City Missions" was well discussed
in a number of well prepared papers.
The meotlng was opened with a
hymn by tho society following which
was tho Bible lesson. Mrs. I. A.
Dllworth discussed ''The Woman's
Homo missionary Society m tho
City." "Line Upon Line" was tho sub
ject of a paper by Mrs. Martha
Smith, following which airs. Hello
'RIokey spoke of 'Llfo Among tho
Lowly." After n business meeting
which was In charge or Mrs. II. C.
King, tea was served until six
II. Ackerman made a business
trip to Mnnslleld today.
Dr. C. K, Sawyer was a visitor In
Officer "Jack" McDqnough and
family spent the day at Cedar Point.
i.Mr. and Mrs. William Muntslngor
are at Cedar Point today with the
Mrs. Mell Hargor of Mt. (Ulead
Is a liuest at tho W. C. Wlngot homo
o,i Summit street,
'Mlssea Anna and 'Helen Costello
and Misa Shcehy of Dayton aro tho
guests of '.Miss QortrudQ Oraney ot
North Prospect street.
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4 "Manhattan" The Quality Store,
JULY CLEARANCE SALE
ot uuLing ouiu,
$20 Outing Suits $10.00 $6 Outing Trousers $3 00 $5.00 Straw Hats $2.50
18 " " 9.00 5 " ' 2.50 4.50 " " 2.00
15 " " 7.50 4 M " 2.00 3.00 " " 1.50
12 M " 6.00 3 M " 1.50 2.00 " " 1.00
10 " 5.00 2 " " 1.00 1.00 " " .50
CAN YOU AFFORD TO MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY ?
If you wish to get a
or a Kitchen Cabinet during our big reduc
tion Sale, you will have to hurry Satur
day will be the last day and they are going
like hot cakes.
We are making special prices on outfits.
They must move to make room for an im
mense stock which is being purchased by our
buyer who is attending themurketut Grand
Our termi arc easy and our goods are what we
say they are.
THE Nil DEPARTMENT CO.
East Center Street
July Clearance Sale Millinery
Beginning tomorrow we will sell every
hat in this new up-to-date stock of Mill
inery at greatly reduced prices. Nothing'
will be reserved from this genuine July
Clean-up, and if there is anything you
need indeed, if there is anything you;
can use don't fail to take a look, for the
price will be so low you'll scarcely notice
it. Everything must go to make room
for Fall stocks.
Neuro Magnetic Healing Vindicated by the Supreme
Court of Ohio.
Our Supreme Court, In a recent deo'f Ion. him foruver nut nt rent tho legality
of thenbiivo fjstoin o( Treatment Think of HI Without (eur of persecution ur
nroiecutlon, we cbii continue tocure sullerl ih: liumanlty-yi houl Drugs-or the
Knllo. "Truth, crU'lietl to the eiirth.bhall rlkuHenln." To nick raeh unit women
ti Nuuro-Mngnotlu Ticiiiuienl Is an "Iliilm of (llleail." We will exnuilne you,
Ulagnote your case, mill prencrlb foriuum Absolutely Free of Charge,
C. C. MARSH
Graduate of llioMclllllcn Neuro Mngnottc College,
Phone 1SU0. m Houth Main Street.
I We Are Trying
you can aid us by giving ut
)M cement, salt, sand, grain, plaster and seeds, chick feed
THE OHIO MILLING
Sc per lb.
HABERMAN HARDWARE COMPANY,
GET AN ICE BOOK.
The Ice Man is now making regular trips through
your neighborhood, and if you have no card or book
phone the ollice and a representative will be sent to
wait on you.
MARION ICE & GOLD STORAGE CO.
iruubcrb, oirdw nu; ot rdndmas,
To Sell Out
your patronage on sewer
& ELEVATOR CO.
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