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THEjrUION DAI.M IRpR.UDAYjANTTARY t3, 1911.
Both Of Crafts' Quality.
Candy, one line and the best, therefore you al-
HAVE YOU VISITED THE
Macken & Smith Store
Profitable Meeting Promis
ed all Who Attend.
Treasurer's Books Open Un
til February 14th.
TAX SALE DATE CHANGED
DURING THE REMARKABLE-
WELL KNOWN STATE SPEAKER
Suits, Overcoats, Cravenettes, Trousers and the things you
need these wintry days, at Prices that mean a Wonderful
Saving to you Remember, every article carries with it
THE MACKEN & SMITH Guarantee.
Mrs. K. II. Marshall was a charm
IK' hoBtess to a number of friends at
iljer homo on Cleveland avenue, last
i.Nbv'enlng, when Hhe entertained at bIx
vq'plock dinner In honor of the High
School faculty and their wives. Tito
guests numbering about twenty-live
arrived late In the afternoon and
spent the tlmo Informally with music
and conversation. Miss Gnenelta Shaw
sang Hovernl beautiful selections, ne
companled on the piano by Miss
, Stella Martin. At six o'clock, din
' ner was served In tho dining room,
wlilcji was brightened with holly and
hells. Plato favors were dark red car
nations. The out-of-town guests of Mrs. Mar.
shall were: Misses lite. Shaw and
Frank Carpenter of Delaware.
Tho reorganization of tho Research
club took place at tho homo of Mrs.
George Von Stein on Vine street,
yesterday afternoon. Tho quotation
for this afternoon was:
Once more we greet tho glad Now
With hopo and faith In God above,
From out our hearts wo banish
, Suro of our heavenly Fathrs's lovo
'Tnu responses to the roll-call were
mado with Now Year's quotations.
During tho following business ses
sion the annual election of olllcers
took placo. Mrs. Henry A. Ilartman
received the olllco of president; Mrs.
Frank Slfrltt that of vice president:
Mrs. Earl Starbuck was chosen re
cording secretary Mrs. Wm. P. Poh
lcr, corresponding secretary Mrs.
Benjamin Jacoby was chosen treasur
er: Mrs. G. V. Hays, critic.
" Thei'exccutlv6 commltt was compos
ed of Mrs. "W. II. Hlnklln, Mrs. J.
W. Myers nnd Mrs. G. W. Hays.
The social committee, Is Mrs
Chauhcoy Furman, Mrs. P.- L. Car
hart and Mrs, L. A. Kaufman.
Following the business meeting,
tho annual house picnic lunch was
, served buffet fashion.
Your money has great
er purchasing power
here Millinery, Dress
Goods, Notions, Wall
Paper, etc., at prices
lower than elsewhere.
0, B. G00DSELL
North Main Street
We have everything
; , to make butchering
" "Sausage Stuffers
The next meeting of tho club will
ho at tho homo of Mrs. Clmuncey
Furman on south Grand avenue, on
the sixteenth of January.
Mro. It. M. Shuto dellgh'tfully en
tertained a number of friends at her
homo on cast Church street last even
Ing, honoring her house guests. Mrs.
Amanda Myers and Mrs. Harriot
Edson, of Vermillion, und Mr. and
Mrs. Horace Fisher of Cleveland.
Tho hours wcro spent with pleasant
Informality and a dolnty buffet lunch
con was served nt ten o clock.
Mist .Tcnttlo Redding entertained
nbout fifteen young men and women
at her homo on ltennett street Satur
day evening, at a watch party. Cards
and music passed the last hours of
the old year uwny merrily, nnd at mid
night a dainty lunch was served.
Miss Mary AVaters, of Woodland,
was tho only out of town guest.
Tho C 13. society of the Reformed
church held a combined business
meeting and watch party at tho homo
of J. Kdward Molnhart on tho Route
vard, Saturday night. Tho Melnhart
homo wns prettily decorated with
hotly and bolls. After the usual busi
ness of the society was transacted the
annual election of officers was held
which resulted as follows: Miss Hazol
Zleg, president; Mrs. Minnie Httrr,
vice president; Clnrenco Flach, treas
urer; Harold Neldhart, secretary;
Clara Belle Rauchman, .pianist. Fol
lowing the election of officers a buffet
luncheon was served. Aftgr the lunch
con followed a season of contests and
games which wore thoroughly enjoy
od by all. At the mldnlght.iour brief
dovotlonal services wero held by A.
C. Queen, the retiring president, after
which tho fifty guests doparted to
ward their respective homes.
Tho next meeting will bo held at
tho homo of Fred Sagor, north of tho
city, at which time a Blelgh rldo party
will bo enjoyed.
No. 402 of tho K. of P. lodge gave
a dance In Castlo Halt, last cvenlg.
About 180 people wero present, and
enjoyed a program of twenty dances
to music furnished by Dowler's
Lunch was served during Intermis
sions. . ..iji.r
Honoring Miss Mary Storey, of Chll
llcothe, Mrs. C. C. Fisher entertained
a small party of young people at her
homo on Mt. Vernon avonuo last even
ing. Three tables of bridge wero fill
ed with which diversion tho evening
was passed pleasantly.
Mrs. S. R. DeWolfo was very pleas
antly surprised last evening when a
number of friends called upon her at
her homo on south Greenwood street,
In a body,
Tho occasion was In honor of Mrs
DoWolfo's birth anniversary. After
tho guests hod assembled, and con
gratulations wero exchanged tho ev
ening was spent Informally with mu
sic and conversation. At 10 o'clock a
dainty buffet luncheon was servod.
Complimenting Professor II. A. Po
tcrs, principal of tho University of
Cleveland, Mrs. T. J. McMurray en
tertained tho former Marlon students
of tho university at dinner nt her
home on east Churcn street.
attests wero Mr. Ray King, Mr. Ed
ward Schroetor, Mr. Ren Orllls, Mr.
Ooorgo ICdwards and Mrs. McMur
ray's son, Thomas.
In tho ovenlng, Edward Schrooter
entertained tit Prof, Peter's honor.
Vouchers For the Payment
Of Appropriations Unless
Assured That the Legis
lature Has Legal
Ry United Press Wire.
Columbus. O.. Jan. 3. Unless tho
supromo court passes upon tho lo-
tralltv of the present gonorai assemb
ly, Stato Auditor Fulllngton will re
finest an nnlnlon from tho attorney
general' before he Issues any vouchers
ror vno payment ot u.pprui.i..nun
passed b ytho houses.
Tho question of tho assembly's le
gality arises from o constitution
whloh fixes cortaln periods In which
tho nssomibly may ho held. Tho last
general assembly .passod a law declar
lug tho present assembly could be
held, but the supremo court has not
passod on tho question, and Fulllng
ton Is not witling to lake any chances
on having his vouchers como back on
tfilm as Illegally Issued.
nimniii nn nnlnlon of tho attorney
igeneral bo g(von favorahlo to tho
legislature, tho vpuphors will do is
sued, Otherwlsoitho(iuostlon wtll ho
taken Immediately 'Into supremo court
whero Jt will bo finally decided.
Misses Jennie Rending, Ruth Reck
and Oris Tobln visited Sunday with
Miss Lois Wottrlng, at Prospect.
Mrll Allen Mcaulro Is tho guest of
Mr. Walter llano of cast Center street.
Lorlng Warner has returned to his
homo In St. Joseph, Mlssoutl, after
spending tho holidays with his par
ents on east Church street.
Mrs. Rurgess nnd Miss Margaret
Rurgess returned homo yesterday aft
er a few days' visit at Cambridge.
Mr. Georgo Edwards left for Har
vard yostorday to resunto his studies
after the holidays.
Miss Helen Snyder returned home
Sunday after spending tho week-end
with friends In Plqua.
Miss Elolso Edwurds left for Whea
ton seminary, Norton, Massachusetts,
after spending the last two w'ceks with
her mother on east Church street.
Clyde R. Dunn, an employe In the
census bureau In Washington, toft
Monday to resume tits duties after a
very pleasant visit with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Dunn, of Rim
Miss Inez Shaw, Miss Rlanche Paess
lcr nnd Miss Mabel Cunningham left
today for Delaware to resume their
studies ufter tho Christmas vacation.
Mrs. Mury Rlshop and son Karl,
loft this morning for Ann Arbor after
spending a 'week with relatives In
Miss qiura E. Fwalt has returned
to her homo In Norwalk after spend
ing several days with Marlon friends
Frank Carpenter ot Delawnro Is
the guest of Marlon friends.
Mrs. M. R. Halo and children of
Anderson Indiana heve returned homo
nftor spending tho holidays with her
parents Mr. und Mrs. W. II. Bruce
of the Roulovard.
Mrs. Amanda Myers nnd Mrs. Har
riet Edson, of Vermillion, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Shute,
of eust Church street.
Mr. G. A. Gelbaugh, of south Pros
pect street, and Mr. John Archer, of
Hucyrus. left this morning for a short
visit In Klsslmee, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fisher, of
Cleveland, are visiting Marlon friends.
Miss Stella Roll has returned home
after a few days' visit with Miss Cleo
Pelster, or Gallon.
Mr. and Mrs. Mnrloy Edscll visited
friends In Upper Sandusky, Sunday.
Misses Ula and Rlanche Price, of
Gallon, wero Marlon visitors yester
day. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jncoby re
turned last evening from Covington
Kentucky having spent tho holidays
with Mrs. Jacoby's relatives.
Tho Eastern Stars held a regular
meotlng Monday evening and arrang
ed for a called meeting to bo held
noxt Monday evening. Tho tlmo then
will ho devoted to drill work, hut on
tho following Monday evening n elnss
of candidates will bo Initiated, tho
work to bo followed by a social.
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Local Talent Will add to the
The Institute Will Rcglii Friday Morn
ing at Ton O'clock And Continue
Through Flic. Sessions Until Sat
in day Eienliur.
The Waldo Farmers' institute wilt
bo hold In the Waldo band hall next
Friday and Saturday, beginning at
10 o'clock Friday morning and con
tinuing until Saturday evening, with
a session each morning nnd afternoon
und a night session on Friday.
The committee which lias had
ehurgo of the arrangements has left
nothing undone to make this olio of
the best Institutes which has over
been held In Waldo and tho following
program speaks well for their efforts,
Two very ablo state speakers hove
been nsslgned by the state board of
agriculture and they will speak upon
topics which nro timely und of par
ticular Interest to tho farmers of the
southern part of the county. The
state speakers are W. I. Chamberlain
of Hudson, and J. L. Kuchuntui of
Shcrodsvllle. In addition to these n
number of local speakers havo been
assigned and their efforts will add
greatly to the success of the Insti
tute. Music for tho sessions will bo
furnished by tho Waldo orchestra.
Tho officers of tho Wnldo Institute
society arc: O. S. Anthony, presi
dent; S. W. Almendlnger, vice presi
dent; F. Rcrrlnger, treasurer; George
W. .Myers, secretary: A. A. Wilson,
W. M. Schorr and H. Herrlnger, ex
ecutive committee; J. F. Rrundlge, S.
W. Almendlnger and Joseph Rhind,
committee on resolutions, and Wesley
Augenstlne, George Cleveland and
John Mlley, committee on nomina
tions. Tho following Is the program:
Friday, 10 A. M.
Music by the Waldo orchestra.
Invocation, Rev. Schmidt.
Address of welcome, Georgo Cook.
Response, Pres. O. S. Anthony.
"Clover Roosts," J. L. Ruclmnan.
"Cattle." A. A. Wilson.
"Money In Ohio Apples," W. I.
Friday, 1 P. M.
Address, Fred Warner.
"The Home," J. L. Ruchanan.
Paper, Mrs. Maudo Mlley.
"Sugar Rects," H.' II. Smith.
"Taking the Advnntngo In Farm
Work," W. I. Chamb'orlaln.
, lYIday, 7:30 P. M.
Recitation, Harold Grlgsby.
Solo. Walter Cole.
"Things Seen In Europe," W. I.
"Thistle Knocks," J. L. Ruchanan.
Saturday, 10 A. M.
"Needed Legislation and Laws,"W.
I. Chamberlain. '
"Our Schools.' A.' D. AVells.
"Elementary Agrlcttlturo In the
(Public Schools," J. L. Ruchanan.
Saturday, 1 I. M.
"How to Moke a ' Successful Insti
tute," W. I. Chamberlain.-
"Weeds by tho Millions," Georgo
Report of committees.
"Mil Success and Failure In Farm
ing and Why," J. L. Ruchanan.
"King Corn," Georgo Lawrence.
Sill OS Two I.RCfl.
"Neither my sister nor myself
might bo living today, if it nail noi
been for Dr. King's New Discovery"
writes A. D. McDonald of Fayettovllle.
N. C. It. F. D. No. S,"for wo both had
frightful coughs that no other rem
eiiv could heln. Wo wero told my
sister had consumption. Sho wns
very weak and had night sweats but
your wonderful micaiclno completely
cured us both. It's the best I ovor
used ot heard of." For soro lungs,
(ninrhst. onlds. hemorrhnco. lncrllipo.
asthma, hay fever, croup, whooping
cough, all bronchial (troubles, Its
supreme. Trial bottlo freo. R0o nnd
$1.00. Guaranteed by Tscnanon uros.
At Springfield Attempt at
Double Murder Occasion
ed By Jealousy.
By United Tross Wlro.
Springfield, O., Jan. 3. May Free
man, forty, white, Is dead with her
brains beaten out and hor throat cut
and Henry Graham, thirty-five, col
ored, Is In a dying condition with hi
thront cut and his head badly beatou
as tho result of what tho police bo
llovo as an attempt at a double mur
der last night at tho homo, of the
Freeman woman. Charles Jennings,
twenty-live, colored, is bolng held by
tho pollco for tho crime.'
The murder was discovered shortly
before midnight and tho police found
an odd sock In tho house. This thoy
allege was traced to Jonnlngs and ho
was capturod as ho was trying to ou
ter a negro boarding house on Wash
ington street. It Is alleged that ho
only had onp sock on when caught,
Tho instruments used to kill tho wo
man are supposed to have been n
hatchot and razor. A hutchot was
found at tho house and near It was
a pan of bloody water. Tho theory Is
that tho murderer waBhed tho hatchet
off, disposed ot tho razor nnd then at
tempted to escape. Jealousy Is bo
(loved to h,ave been tho cause,
Second Tuesday in Febru
ary is the Time.
Attorney General Holds That tho
Treasurer Cannot Close Ills Rooks
And Itefusc to Take Taxes Until
Thnt Time Short Tlmo Given The
Auditor For Settlement.
A communication received by Coun
ty Auditor Charles L. Allen from A.
R. Pecklnpaugh, of tho bureau of in
spection and supervision of public of
fices, Indicates that the time for pay
ing taxes at tho December collection
will bo extended from January 2!i to
the second Tuesday In February which
this year falls upon February 14 Tho-
bureau sends out their letter giving
tho opinion of the attorney general,
so that It Ir pietty certain that taxes
can ho paid as late as February 14
The law fixing the time for the sale
of delinquent taxes was changed by
the last general assembly making the
time for taxes to become delinquent
the second Tuesday In February. Tho
county auditor states that tt will be
Impossible for him and tho county
treasurer to determine what tuxes
are delinquent and what will be paid
until tlio date of the sale of delin
quents, and that it wilt therefoie lie
necessury for the treasurer to keep
Ills books open for the collection of
taxes until that time.
Tho only Inconvenience which wilt
arise as n result of this now order of
things will be thehort tlmo which Is
given the auditor to mnku his semi
annual settlement with the trensurer
it Is absolutely necessary that tho set
tlement be completed by the first of
March. The bonds of tho county and
the Interest on bonds which have noi
matured fall due on .March 1 nnd It
Is necessary thnt the money from the
tax collection be divided among tho
different funds In time for the pay
ment of these amounts. Not only this
but tho city, tho villages and the town
ships ask for their money on the first
of March and this dl.stilbutlon must
bo ready at that time to prevent de
lays. The new order of things will
give tho auditor but two weeks in
which to make Ills settlement with
tho treasurer and It will require u
great deal of extra tlmo In order to
complete It within that time. Aside
from this no inconvenlenco will ro
suit and tho taxpayers will be given
tho advantage of from two to threo
weeks more for tho payment of their
The following Is tho text of tho let
ter which has been received and which
lias a bearing upon the point In ques
tion: "Columbus, O., Dec. 31, 1910.
"To County Auditors:
"Wo have received many Inquiries
with reference to tlio apparent con
flict between sections 5,701 nnd R.70D
of the general code, as amended 101
O. L. 1C4 and the provisions of the
law relative to making tho February
settlement. In response to these In
quiries we havo submitted certain
questions to tho attornoy general's do.
partment and In reply have received
ait opinion the substance of which Is
"1. That tho provision that tho de
linquent tax sale shall bo held on tho
second Tuisday in February is man
datory and that such sulo cannot be
legally held at uny other time.
"2. That tho law requiring the
county treasurer's oftlce to bo kept
open for tho receipt of taxes until the
..'5th day of January does not neces
sarily re.qulro the treasurer to close
his books on that date for the re
ceipt of taxes. On tho contrary, it is
held tho treasurer's books should re
main open for the receipt of taxes up
to and Including the dato of tho tax
bale and that tho Febiuary settlement
should Include the proceeds of suih
sale. We see no difficulty In carrying
out the law as laid down In this opin
ion, except that it will of necesslt)
delay tho making of tho Februarj
"Very truly yours,
"Rurea of Inspection and Supervision
of Public Ortlces.
"Ry A R. Pocklnpnugh."
Today in its Suit Against
The Great Lakes Towing
Ry United Tress Wlra.
Cleveland, O., Jan. 3 Joseph C.
Gilchrist former head of tho Gilchrist
Transportation company, today testi
fied In tho government's trust busting
suit against tho Uieut Lakes Towing
company that In 1901 ho signed a con
tract with the Great Lakes company
to uso their tugs exclusively In do
Ing utl towing for his fleet. This
contract he said followed tho salo of
a tug owned and operated In Clove
land harbor to tho Great Lakes com
pony for $10,000 Tho tug 1)0 sold was
worth 10,000 ho declared.
Gilchrist got out of a sick bed to
testify in tho government's suit. His
fleet for ears was ono of tho big
gest and most powerful on tho Groat
Lakes Gilchrist took preforred stock
of tho Great Lukes Towing company
In payment for tho tug and mado an
other agreement that his fleet would
do no towing of its own for a period
of five years.
Tho government scored heavily to
day M, H. Wardwoll, secretary of
the Great Lakps company, was tho
only other witness, Wardwell udmlt-
ways find the assortment complete, the different
numbers never stale but always crisp and fresh.
So Belle Mead Sweets are the most sought in
Marion the big sellers.
The following are most often bought.
Mixed Chocolates nt pWtyihe pound nnd thirty tho half.
ICxclii'-Uc mixed Chocolates nt eighty the pound nnd forty tho
Hello Mead ile Luxe nt n dollar tin- ikmiikI.
Cr.Wnllled Mint Creams at fifteen the bo v.
Mint Cienius coated with chocohito lit twenty fho tlio Iiot.
Assorted Nufs eouteil with Milk Chocolate lit u Dollar the box.
Many other numbers to suit nny tnt-te decidedly toothsome,
sweets In the iii'lstoemtlo plain while, packages.
Fresh Crisp Peanut Rrlttle nt fifteen centH tho pack.
The stock offered was mado the day before C'liilslinas so Its
flesh und Kood.
Place jour Ice Cream requisitions for New Year's Ray ns curly
ns possible. Wo will liae a wirlcty of delicious creams and Ices,
mi assorment of brick unnppto.tchcd either In beauty of colora
tion or downright goodness. Sold In packers as usual.
The Rexall Store.
ted under questioning of the govern
ment represt utatlviH that the Gic.it
Lukes Towing coinp.in Is the bidding
company tor four other towing and
wrecking concerns In other Oleat
The four concerns in question nre
tho Union Towing and Wieeklng
company, Dunham Towing anil Wreck
Ing company, Chicago; Thompson Tow
Ing und Wrecking association, Port
Huron, Michigan; Hand und Johnson
Tug lino Ruffulo.
"The Great Lakes company owns
all the stock In tile four companies
except the qualifying shares In tlio
nam,, of directors of each," Wardwell
admitted. "Olllcers of tho Great
Lakes Company und other four com
panies are practically the same."
A TALE OF TWO CATS
Bv United Presn Wire.
Cincinnati, Jan. 3. Walter Well
man's cat, the mascot on th ebal
loonlst'a nttompted flight across the
Atlantic ocean in a dirigible balloon,
has nothing on a Cincinnati cat In
the way of fame.
The cat was alone In the office of
u shlt factory when tho Sycamore
street flro broke out on Decomber 21.
Tho plant nnd fixtures wero almost
totally destroyed by the conflagration
and tho ccnvpany's employes stive up
thought of over seeing tho cat again.
Tito cat has not "como back." As a
matter of fact ho never left the ruins
of tho company's plant.
Workmen visited tho ruins Into Mon
day. Everything was destroyed ex
cept an old desk und when they
shoveled It nsldo the cat jumped out,
ucrambllng among tho ice-covered
bricks und debris.
How the cat lived through a flro
that lasted ten days and on which
thousands of gallons ot water was
poured, is a mystery.
RISE AND FALL OF
LEVI LUPTON OUT
Ry United Press Wire.
Cleveland, Jan. 3. A local pub
lishing hou.so today announced that It
will tills week placo on the market
a 300-pngo book, entitled "The Life
of Levi Lupton, Twentieth Century
Apostlo or the Gift of Tongues, Dl
lnii Healer, Rtc." Lupton has writ
ton most of tho book, which will con
tnln ti statement from Mamie Cor
lette, his fotmer secretary, mother of
his mun-chlld, tho coni'eHslon of hi lug
tho father of which caused Lupton s
downfall as head of the Gift of
Tongues cult. Lupton Is now selling
gas stoves in Michigan.
sic k ste slf sfe s4c sic ste sis sfe sfe sic ft
Tho supremo court of IJ. S. decid
ed today that tho Now York World
and other papers cannot bo held In
tho Hablo suits started by President
Roosovolt, as tho federal courts are
without jurisdiction. Also ansus' Rank
Guaranty law held to bo valid. Also
Oklahoma's stato deposit guarantee
law. Also Nebraska's stato banking
lay. Also tho NowfYork banking law.
Roth houses of tho Ohio legisla
ture adjourned today until Monday.
Sonntorlal caucus, Thursday.
non W. Ti. Rcnso of Port Clinton Is
There's a Difference in Coal.
Our teveral grades In both hard and sort coui are tho best that
our long experience In the coal business has been able to procure
It'i better to order coal while th e weather conditions are favorabU
for handling It conomtcally,
The Ohi Milliing & Elevator Co.
A CALL WILL CONVINCE THE SKEPTICS
ijuuui rroHppoi otreet.
Hotel Mnrlon Rldg.
Mr. Victor May, superintendent of
tho Kenton waterworks company vis
ited friends In tho city, Monday.
Mr. 1'Ted Scott of Windsor street
returned to Ann Arbor today to re
sume his stitdlis in the Michigan
Mr. Donald Kllng returned to Co
lumbus aft.r spending the liollldays
tit Ills home on Walnut street.
iMr. M. A. Curtis and wife of Gal
lon spent Monday with Mr. C. Lower
on west Center street.
Mr. Howard Harnhart left for his
homo In Indiana after spending tlio
holidays with friends In the city.
Mr J. M. Vurz of Chicago Is visit
ing at the home of Mr. Oscar Dent
on Walnut Ssteet.
1 ARE LOWEST
Shoe Sides pr, 10, IS, 20 Ji
Heel plates per pair
Reel tap-, per mIi- .,
I.iii'xe leather -.tilps ...
Coat buckets . . . 211, 25 and
Stole pipe Hr joint ....
(iiilienied buckets l.'i, IK &
Tin buckets eaeli 10, l.V 1H
dappnned chandler buckets
Good brooms eaeli
Stone slop jars with lids . .
Caness gloxes per alr Hi
THE ARK STORE
Cor. Church & Main St.
and we will come at
once for that package
of laundry, and return
it to you in
TIP TOP SHAPE
Yes We do dry cleaning.
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