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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JUNE 11910.
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Nobby, nifty new things
. . in our shipment receive
ed this morning. They
are different from the
ordinary Come in and
look them over, they are
mostly priced at 50c
Macken & Smith
123 EAST CENTER STREET
NEED ANY PEED
We have a choice line of
FEED oJJtrall kinds at low
HARD OR SOFT COAL
'Delivered quickly and sat
isfactorily. Try our "Ply
mouth Block" coal.
, R. P. BUZARD
Phone N994 912 Bennett St.
will be easier if you first
send in the curtains, por
tiers and other particu
- lar and- delicate things
for dry cleaning.
Our cleaning depart
ment is well equipped
with the latest and best
machinery to be had.
Use your Telephone.
We call for & deliver.
Office: S. State St.
Big Cigar Purchase
Wo 'have bought n
stock of tiio famous
TAMPA PAD CIGAR
This Is a woll Known straight Hav
ana Co cigar; for a few duya only
8 FOR 25c
BOX of 50 ONLY $1.60.
A. Schrader & Son
pair bay driving horses, extra good, Ono bay gelding sired by
Baron P, grandsiro Baron Welch. This Is a boautiful bay horso
and lady broke. Theso horses wore solcoted by myself In tho
samo country whoro I used to buy tho GOOD ONES. As wo arc
fshort on horsoB In this country
In sqmo good young horses as wo want them for tho fall and
,,, winter trade Come and buy some horses to work through tho
harvest and then got thorn roady for tho castovn market: Tho
demand Is good and you can sell n good horso any tlmo. I om
always'ln thb markot for a good horse. I will also sell 15 Jersey
and llolsteln Cows, which will bo sold at 10 o'clock a, in. ; 3 sots
slngl6 and 1 sot doublo harness and 12 summer blankctd.
i H. D. BEAVERS
E. S. McNabb, Auct.
A boy wua bom tills morning to Mr
and Mrs. Charles Shadier, of l-.ee
Ono of the heaviest rains of tho
BcaKon fell Friday night. Olllclal
Weather observer HaiTensperger re
ports tho measurement of ono and ono
MIss.TImm, of Urlmont street, whp
operated on this morning and her
tonsils removed by Dr. Lower of the
Marlon City hospital. Tho patient Is
Mr. Casper Hattcnstoln wuh operated
on this morning at the Central Kmerg
cney hospital for hcmmorrholds. The
operation, which was performed by
Dr. Mttttnx with Dr. Wiser assisting,
pioved entirely successful, and hopes
aro expressed for'n speedy recovery.
Mrs. Arthur Meyers underwent an
operation of a, serious nature at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Catherine
Meyers, on Prospect street south, yes
terday afternoon. Dr. Baldwin per.
formed tho operation which so fai
seems entirely successful.
The firo department was called out
at eight o clock this morning to ox-i
tlngulsh a blazo In tho Marlon Steom'l
fShovel paint shop where h short cur-
culted electric wlro had Jgnltcd uomo
gasollno Tho llro was extinguished
beforo tho arrival of tho department
and without any damago being done.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Quthcry, Mr.
nnd Mrs J. 11. Gullicry and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred K. Outhery and nleeo
Miss Mildred IJarncs, of Peoria, Illi
nois, returned Friday evening, from
Clovoland whoro they attended tho
wedding of Hornard J. CJuthory son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Quthcry to
Miss Mario Lnlimo, ono of tho promin
ent young ladles of the Forest City,
Tho wedding occurred Thursday even
Light summor oxfords for men,
wonien and children. Sco them hero
beforo buying up-town. Wo aro out
nf tho high rout district ami tho cus
tomer gets tho benefit. W. G, Kruuse,
Tho Shoo Man. C-9-3t.
FOR THE GRADU
ATE. Tho finest collection of wnlcli
cs, diamonds rings, brooches,
necklaces bracelets, toiletware,
etc. In tho city.
Wo liavo cm-ry thing In tlio
Jewelry nnd sller lino nnd our
prices lll coiuIikh) you that
our Kloro Is tho placo to nuiko
Cull nnd look us otcr mill
allow us to quota jou prices.
C. E. Burr is
Jeweler and Optician.
212 W. OUNTIill ST.
SfS tfi S(C SfC ift
Terms same ns usual Sale 1 o'clock
BEAVERS' HORSE SALE!
Prospect, O,., June 17, 1910.
20 . Iowa Horses 20
Consisting of big feeders, farm chunks
and.'a few good brood marcs; also ono
I think it tho righ thing to ship
Hold in Opera House Last
ABLE ORATIONS GIVEN
By Ten Members of Gradu
' , v
President Jl. 13. Hill Made a Pleasing
Tho last cxcrclso of the SStli un
nunl commencement was held In tho
'OiKjrn, houso last evening There were
ulx class selections and four faculty
selections anil tho ten young pcoplo
tints chosen hecuuso of their nullity
us speakers, ami standing as students
acquitted themselves with grcut sue
cess nnd tho congratulations of tho
largo crowd of hcurers. Tho class of
1010 has left ti splendid- record bo-
li 1 lid It, a record that will require.
much striving on -tho lart of Its sue
cessors to attain and surpass Us ex
cellence. Thin class not only ranks
high as n student body, but has tho
hohor of being tho lurgest class by
a nice majority thut had ever graduat
ed from tho local school.
After dovotlounls conducted by Itev.
D. II. JJaJtey, Ilnrry Wallop guvo
tho llrst oratorical number on tho
program Ho spoKo of "Itomo uml tho
United States", In which his doljvery
and thought werc greatly appreciated.
"Tho Oreut American Agitator" was
tho theme of u convincing .production
given by Miss Mabel Cunningham. A
Quartet selection "Vistu" was beuutlful
ly r ndcrcd by the Girl's club at this
time. Frank Heck spouo on "Tho
Modern Trend of Agriculture" fol
lowed by "Tennygous Karly Poem" by
(Miss lilaucllo Puosslcr. "America's
Disappreciation or Ait" by Miss
I'Vye Meyers and tho "I'owcr of Ora
tory" given by Kud Meyers wuh fol
lowed by another pleasing musical
number the "lirldul Chorus" by tho
High Ischool chorus. Miss Florence
Wand spoko on tho subject "Char
lotto Cordny", and James Mount on
tho "Congregation of People In Lurgo
Cities". A solo beautifully rendered
by Miss Holt tho supervisor of music
in tho local schools was a pleasing
feu t ura of tho evenings pleasure. "Tlio
il'ower of tho Will" Inspired many ex
cellent thought,, on tho pait of Miss
Florenco Itamei, wnllo "Irish Homo
ltulo" by Maurlco I'arks concluded tho
I Air. II !! Hill tiu nr.tui.lAiit ttf i.n
Hoard of Kducution, preceedlug
tho presentation of diplomas. mud
a scusonablo address, In which ho
voiced many beuutlful and appreci
able, thoughts In his encouragement
to th graduates to strive successfully
in tho school life Ho said:
,"I assure you ladles and gentlemen,
that nothing gives mo more pleasure
or greater satisfaction than to know,
that theso our graduates, after years
of honest and persistent study on
their part, tho sacrifice of time and
money on tho part of your school
parents and patrons, and the care
ful training on tho part of the teach
ers In our Marlon I'ubllc Schools,
that they havo at last reachel tho
culmluuting point of their endeav
ors. "Tho dcslro of every student when
he enters college, public or prlvato
school should first bo to educuto
himself and then graduate, for edu
cation lies at tho foundation of every
preparation for, usefulness - in this
life, It lifts man from tho depths of
despair and ilogrcdnthYn to the height
and beauties of society and- civiliza
tion. It had its beginning with tho
creutlon of tho universe and con
tinuously ,und porslstontly luix It
followed down tho corridors of tlmo
until wo today as a nation and a
pcojilo stand mid civilisation's splen
"The United States today sits
high above tho surrounding world,
sho is tho queen of nations, tho great
est and grandest of nil freo and gov
ernmental Institutions. Sho has ach
ieved her greatness, her Incompar
ablo power as a nntlon by virtuo of
educational Institutions. Ever slneo
our forefathers emtio to tho rocky
shoreit of Now England and hulldod
there tlio rudo and unsightly log
elttlreh and school houso has far fam
ed Columbia moved upwjri and em
ward toward h-j J It-Ms of national
H'ipreinaey whilst t d.y uncnuis that
sluml.or in iginnineo, t.'nt nro wrack
ed -in the i: ilowy : 1-a- ntrlMii
know not of the gem's nnd virtues of
good and wlso statesmanship, They
havo all trunsceonded In tlio scalo
of civilization, duo to tho neglect of
"Homo who sa' upon lior sovon
hills and ruled tho world, tlio sent
of oratory and tho olyqaum of poo
try. Oreeco tho flowor.pt tho nuclont
world, whoso praises worn sung by
l(s masters, whoso Influonco choorod
struggling sclonco rind eager phl
.Qwipny wcro great only as they pier
cod tho mists of tho unknown nnd
digged deeper and dcopcr Into tho
knowledge and sclonco of educa
tion. Who n master minds and emo
tional hearts had reached tho culmin
ating point of their ondoavors, then
bright glory, splendid power wore
swallowed up In destruction nnd to
day, only tho crumbling Uwor, tho
doeaylng monument and a pllo of
Imporfect literature now tell us that
Better Than Sp&nKing
Spanking docs not euro children ot
bed wotting. Thero la a constitu
tional causn lor this trouble. Mrs.
M. 8ummor8, Box W. Notro Darao,
Ind., will send freo to any mother
nor successful Tionio treatment, with
full Instructions. Send no monev.
out wrlto lior today It your children
troublo you In' this way. Don't
bliuno the child, tho chances aro It
can't heln It. This treatment also
oures adults and aged pcoplo troii-
Dioa wttu uriuo miiiciuti
difficulties by day
A POPULAR VERDICT
Based on Eldcucc of Marlon 1'coplc.
uraterui tnousanus tell it
How weak backs wcro imido strong
iWoiik kidneys made well
Urinary disorders corrected.
Mnrfon pcoplo add their testimony.
They gladly pralso Uoan'fl Kidney
For quick relief and lasting cured.
Mnrlon 'ovldonco Is now comploto
Marlon testimony Is confirmed.
Itoports of early relief substan
tiated. Cures aro doubly proved by 'test of
Lot n Marlon citizen speak.
Honjamln Copeland, fnrmor, 773
N. Main St., Marlon, O., says: ''It was
all of flvo years ago thafl publicly
recommended Doan's Kidney Fills,
hut I received so lAuch benefit from
them that It Is a pleasure to confirm
my former statement This remedy
relieved mo of a sovoro attack of
backacho and also disposed of pain
anil lameness In my loins. I know
that noun's Kidney Fills, llvo up to
tho claims made for them.'
For sale by all dealers. Frlco CO
cents. Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Uuffnlo.
New York, sole agents for tho Un
Itcinembor tho name noun's
nnd tnko no other.
Grocco and Homo ever tasted oxls
tanee. Oreeco and Homo failed to
maintain a system of i education
looking to tho common benefits of
all their people, an education that
not only trained tho minds, but tho
morals and conscience of men, und
they lost their prcstcgo and power
and fell, Just like- ovory other nation
upon that neglects Its education will
looso Its standard of citizenship
among tho nations of tho world.
Ttllt T ntn irln.1 nf mm fhtnf- In, Una
Iind L'PIltlpmi'll. Hint ..vm-v Imtludlnnl
living beneath this American flag, can
u no win, euuento uimself at tho cx-
nenso of tills American irovoriimrnf.
Hero Is where the rich nnd poor havo
ono common basis. Where. Por girls
and poor boys havo equal education
al opportunities with tho proudest and
wcaiimest or our land. At tho very
birth of ihln Atiimfpim rnntilillf piln.
.. .. ,.,,,, ..,,,, ..t.,,-
cation dethroned tvrany and estab
lished liberty, at tho organization of
tho thirteen colonies, education dis
pelled tlio doulitu and miiwrMlltlnrKj
What had' prevailed for two hundred
years, ami gave unto tins mighty na
tion (it Us birth an honest, christian
and believing people. And coming
down the corridors of tlmo until this
present moment, cuuwitioii is today
tho createst safciiuiird to tlm Amnrl.
can home, tho griutest safeguurd to
American Institutions, tlin L-t-nntnur
safeguard to this Amellcan republic
ami i neg of you ladles and gentle
men that -you maintain or assist in
Maintaining1 'Mint svstem of ntiblln
education thut will Jook to tho com
mon imeresi8 01 mo pcoplo OI our
beloved city and country
"To the members of tills graduating
You should feel thankful today that
you have not been thrown out tiimii
life's great responsibilities without !
soino prepai.itlon, thankful to your
patents, nur teachors uml to tho
government of tho Stnto of Ohio In
that they have all afforded you tho
opportunity and nindo for your educa
tion mid graduation hero .tonight.
Your parents havo all looked forwurd
with keen Interest to tho day that
you weo to grnduuta und you havo
yourselves, and this day is a inllo-uono-
In your educational carter, but
this mllo-stono should murk tho be
glnlng rather than tho closo or your
educational efforts. I think tho great
est criticism I havo today to offer of
tho graduate, of tho high school of
our country Is this, that tho grnduiito
Is willing to closo tho chapter of
their education with graduation, that
thoy aro contented with their educa
tion upon receiving their doplomus-
mis in-iics and gentlemen will bo
your greatest mlstnkn In life, tnv if
education only served nn academic
purpose, It would ho of llttlo value.
If tomorrow you mean to bury your
talents that you hav benn vem-a in
acquiring your education will bo of
iittio uonont. nut education Is a
blessing und should bo your constnnt
companion, nut It cannot lo a bles
sing unless It Is used. I hoc of vnn
Indies nnd gentlemen that you mako
uso or tno education that you havo
received In our publlo schools, tiiko
It with you In tho humblo walks of
life, In your profession, callings and
trades, oven In your homo llfo, muko
It your most constant companion, for
it win servo to oxpand tho Intollect,
glvo breadth to judgment und dignity
to charncter. It will bo fruitful of
good citizenship, good morals und
Tho Board of lCducntlon of fh Mn
rlon Public Schools desires mo at this
nmo to wish you success In ull your
Following tho presentation nf dl
plomns, Iho class song, tho words of
which wero composed by Miss Muriel
Freclnnd was sung by tho class.
COM IXf J ATTItACTIONS.
Tho vnudovlllo program to bo pro
Bcntod at tho Orphoum theater the
llrst threo days or next weok by tho
Run Sc Murray Amusement company
promises to bo an oxcollont ono. As a
special f en t tiro thoy present "Tho
Standard Four," In molody nnd mirth,
a high-class singing four. Tho Hall
sisters, Clruclo and I.llllan, offer sing
lug, dancing and charucter change
work, while Marvelous Ed presents
a vory startling novelty act, and tho
Sun-Murniyscopo will show two rools
of Into motion pictures.
Whllo not a now play, "Zlra" tho
production to bo acted ut Olentangy
pnrk thentro tho coming week by tho
Stubbs-VIlson Plnycra Is ono In which
two inmous actresses scored tho
greatest hits of their careers.
A few years ngo Margaret Anglln
wna Introduced to tho public for tho
first time ns a star "In "Zlra". Sho
enjoyed a long run on Broadwav and
from that tlmo was classed in tho
IAX LEVY IS
Two Tenths of Ono Mill is
1910 LEVY TOTALS 9,9 MILLS
Some Funds Aro Cut Quite
Ollicrn Aro Increased So That the
Aggregate l Chanel Hut I, Idle
J,cy Will I'l-odiico $l().",870.rl In
Tho county commissioners have
imido the lovy for the county for tin
year 1910 and on tho whole there hue
been a, reduction In the tax rat ru
county purposes of two-tenths of one
mill. A decided cut was made In
some of tho funds but It was found
necessary to muko nn Increase In
others, so that the aggregate Is onlj
sljghtly less than that for the past
Lest some misunderstanding that
the new valuation upon real cstuti
does not affect tho Mx duplicate for
tho coming year, therefore tho fif
teen mills law docs not apply. Tin
llrst tax collection under the new al
nation and the fifteen mills limit law
will be made In December, 1011,
Tho lovy for tho various funds for
the coming year has been fixed ns
County fund, 2.S mills; Infirmary
fund, .9 mill; Children's home fund,
.1.15 mill; election fund, .2 mill; Judi
cial fund, .3 mill; county dobt rund,
.37 mill; soldiers' relief fund, .in mill
Indigent blind fund, .2 mill; bridgr
fund, .7 mill; plko fund, 2.5Ti mills.
Tho levies for tho various funds foi
the last year were ns follows:
County fund, 3.1 mills, n decrease
of .0 mill; Infirmary fund, 1 mill, a
decrease of .1 mill; Children's home
fund, .455 mill, it decrease of ,02."i
mill; election fund, .11 mill, an In
crease of .00 mill; judicial fund. .1
mill, no chango; county debt fund, 3(!
mill, nn Increase of .01 mill; soldiers'
relief fund, .2 mill, a decrease of .0.'
mill; Indigent blind fund, .2 mill, no
change; bridge fund, .7 mill, no
chango; plko fund, 1.9 mills, an In -creaso
of .6 mill. Tho total tax levj
for tho coming year In the county wll'
bo S.r.r.r. mills and to this will be add
ed the stato levy which Is 1.315 mills,
mnklng a total of 9.9 mills.
The total county levy for last year
was 8.7Cii,,mllls with the state lov
the Kiimli js this year.
Upon tho tax duplleato of $19,154.
910 the levy for the coming year will
produce In taxes $163,870.51.
Last year's levy produced In taxe
upon the same duplicate $193, 4i 1.89
a difference of $29,591.38.
first rank of American actresses.
Some time before that, Clura Morris
played In "Tlio Modem Magdulln"
an cnr71or' form of "Zlra" and was
a great success. Mlsa Van Duzcr
leading lady of tho Flayers, will play
"Zlra In tho present production
The show gives all promlso to bo
tho biggest thing scctikally which has
ever been attempted In stock, in Co
lumbus. Tho opening scene giving all
the realism of u battle Held was work
ed up by John narllngton tho scenery
designer nnd stage mechanic with Iho
aid of Stago Manager llawllnson und
There will bo tho usual matinees
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
MIs.h Hoverly West, who will play
an iugonuo rolo In "Zlra" will bo
daintiness as "Hopo Vmgdon" who
pleasantly remembered here for her
llnnlly wins tho senator's (Hurr Mcin
tosh) secretary (Will llemlng' In "Tho
Oentlcniun From Mississippi"
Miss llui-ns. a imnll of the Clin ln-
nnll Conservatory of Music, Is draw
ing lovers of high elass music to the
Queen theater where she Is glvlnc
splendid renditions of classical fa
vorites. Miss Hums' engagement at
the popular little motion plctun
houso terminates tills evening when
she wll give tho best of her numbers.
She Is possessed of a voice of rare
quality both in range and nine, and
her Hongs pulsate with sympathy an'
Tlio management of the Queen
promises a musical treat for their pa
trons in Miss Burns.
In one occasion I.orna Domic .lack
sou, tho aeroplane girl, who sails so
blithely over mo heads of the iiudl
eni'O at the Orphoum on the present
bill, appeared In her present role ii
a college town noted for its exuber
ance of youthful spirits. Sumo stu
dent. In a burst of daring, suggested
HKAUTY MOUH TI1AX SKIX IHIKV
A Good ComploNlon Must Come from
Tho natural deslro of every am
bitious woman Is to have a clear
skin and a beautiful complexion.
Not every woman can bo a Diana
or Juno, 'but tho beauty of freshness
and tho bloom of a, clear skin aro
within tho reach of every woman
who will mako tho effort. i
It Is all a matter of Intelligent try
lug. If tho bowels aro Innetlvo, If tho
liver Is not (irking properly, If tho
poisonous wnsto nnd rofuso nro not
oxpollcd promptly from tho system,
complexion sure to show tho ef
Tto only right trny to remove
pimples, moth spots nnd blotches and
dear up a cloudy complexion, Is to go
right to tho root of tho troublo with
tho p'roper remdy.
constipation, Improvo tho complex
Ion. tono up tho liver nnd Insure a
clear, velvety skin Is Seaver's I.nxa
tlvo Tonic Tablets.
You should havo confidence, for
tho druggist will pay you bucic your
money Is tho tablets do not henollt
you ar claimed.
Sold In Marlon at Schmidt & Co's
June Bride Sale
Exlra Special For
Saturday, June 11th Only
s -I -,
Beautiful Velvet Rugs (M 1A
Size 27x51 4)xxU
Large assortment of patterns to select
This is a $2 value
See them in our window. Sale starts
at 8 o'clock. Only one to a customer,
no phone orders taken, none sold to
The C. R. Parish Company
128 N. Main St. - Furniture & Carpet Store
a rescue be effi cted Innm di.iteh .1
dozen hands 'rem hsd to pull tin' tali
iicrupl.iulxt from her jn-n h. The
most they nocoinpllNlcd u.is to up
ture her cute Jlttlo satin shoes -which
now adorn thOy.Jrjhypirlngof.Home
student's d( n..' , , '-,, ... -,
John Maslcrson, of Cicorgc street
Is reported critically ill
m. .1 1
OUR MOTTO : ,
A- LITTLE BETTER
For a little less money.
THE H. SCHRFFNER CO.
2O8 212 South Main St.
PUT IT ONTO
JlJlJL bouse -f I "
iioxT Hcmitow Youu fiooi) Miiaiuions axois. if you
DO YOU WONT l!3 "fJOOD" MSIftllllOUS J1XG. ,,,
miY yorit owx Toons and tiunrs fok omivning housi.
OF rODKSK YOlf W,"!,'. 'i'HK 1J1WT. 'lt GUV TUU, UEfj?
COM 13 'VO T1M3 IlliST IIAUDWAUH STOltH.
IF you DOX'T DlCrjllSVK WI3 SIShlj OlIKAl'KU JUSX COME3 IN
AXD SK12. 1
The Haberman Hardware Ck
Kepi (ho King at Home, r
' I'iir the paxt year We havo kppt
tho Knnf of all hiMittvcs Dr ICllig's
Now Life FIIIh -In our home and
they Iihvo proved a blessing to .all
our family," writes Paul MnthulKa,
of Uufl'uln. f. Y. Kasy, but suro renn
ed for all stomach, liver and kJd
ney troubles. Only 2Gc at Tschaijen
. i (