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.MPHMMBPi,,,,,,,,,,,,,. THE MARIOKPAILT-MIRRQir,, THURSDAY, 'APRIL 3, 1007, , , , FAS! TP11.
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kONDAY, APRIL 1st.
Two shows each evening at
7130 and, 9:15. Matinee
Wednesday and Saturday.
PRICE 10 OcntB to all parts
of tho House
Ko Extra'. Chargo for Reserv
"Str'icklafid Dog and Mon
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.' PRICE 10 OcntB to all parts THKkJ .. niHBN . t MalaHHBtv- i SmmMmmF'.-ki .
IHInH HiikHi 1L .' MiMii
,vfi Ko for Rcsorv- ilr j HH9HVIIiHK.l' '-l9MHHHPVIB?PI:?l
key Circus, with High Divo
Dog Exhibition Every Day
on the street.
NORMAN and BRYOE,
Bounding Wiro Artist.
W. A. HOWARD,
In Musical Comedy Act.
I Prof. Frederic Berryman,
Teache'r of Voice and
Studio 400 E. Church cor. Vine
ywr.-Lji -7 1 ------- r V jl i-
We have a nicoVassortment to
show you at pricesVhat will sur
prise you for their Harness.
Drop' in and see us.
i. ii. nayrerccHi.o.
W. Oonter St.
In tho jewe!
found at our
'Come in and
axe buying a birthi
or present for any
We do all kinds
Go Where the Crowd Goes
One Week, OfmmenciBg
Monday MatineelJlpril 1st.
HOME OF VAUDEVILLE
LOOK WHO'S COMING!
Most talked of and expensivo
sensational novelty in
THE FAMOUS FORDS
King and Queen of Hand
cuffs and only Lady Jail
Breaker. Locks, bolts, bars
and even insano straight
jackets are laughed at, baf
fling the world's grpatcst
SWAIN & POWERS
German Comedy Sketch
FOX & FOX
Irish Comedy Equilibristic
Singing and Dancing
Balancing and Spiuning Bicy
Oameragraph Moving Pic
tures: "Choosing a Servant"
"Tho Rajah's Casket "
MISS COLEMAN, Illustrated
Song, "Will you lovo mo in
December as you do in May?'
7-BIG ACT 7
School Ohidron's Prize Mat
inee Saturday 5c.
' Don't miss tho now nliow at
, Monday Matinco, 3 P. M,
' Ladies' Ohinaware Souvenir
'Matinee Tuesday and Thurs
Twe Shows Nightly, 7:30-9:00
TICKETS lOo AND 20e.
iDon't Be Fooled
lection of wall paper that you can
Will convince, you. Wall paper
uk line can be
seXus if you
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Mr. S. Knoch, drayman, hauling wall , paper
to Ellery's Bargain Store.
County . Sunday School
officers Were elected
Ai the Business Session
f he Place for Holding the Conven.
tion Next Year is Left to the
(Special Coriespoiiilunuu. )
Chcou Camp, Apiil 4. The clos
ing husyion of llio county Sunday
School convention wcro luaikcd by
.in cM-codJiigly lai"go uttcndiauca
and timtniial enthusiasm as as dis
jlayeil by speakcm and delejjulus.
Tho program opened Wednesday
afternoon at 1:110 o'clock -with
1$. Virden, picsiding
' . .
Jcvouonnl exercihcs were
I ml Iiif
Xcv. O. 51. Rourko, pastor of tlie
iibt Presbyterian church of 51a
liou. Alter a Khoi-t ervico led by
J. 11. Oatey, Mis. Phoebe tA. Cur
is gave a talk on "Lilllo Plans
.'or Littlo People." TIio speaker
recommended various methods of
.cadiing tho primary pupils', poiut
ng to methods to muuso an ucll
0.4 tiiblnict. "Modern Boys and
, fSunday School" Aas tho subject of
Ian nddicsd by Piof. II. II. Hange-
! Ipr of Findlay, Ohio. Miss Sarah
Myors of, Marion, gave a demon
itrnliou of bow a Primary lesson
.-Jipiild be tauglit, after which tho
invention itook Up tho business
jf tho acshion.
The nominating committee sub
jiittcd itN Jepoil resulting in the
naming of tho .following oilieers.
of tho i.ihbociiiliou to burve d'or tho
Doming year. J. 15. Virden - of
Marion was elected pu'sident of llio
sociation; C. 0. Uavnhouso, of
Agonta, viee-picsidcnt. F. II.
Otten of Marion, secretary; W. F.
lliirr, of Marion, tieasurcr; .1. II.
Jam ol Marion, temperance Mipor-
incident; Jtev. A. MeUleary, of i Owen, Am II 3. Mr. haiic Part,
iiccn Camp, hiiperintoudont of Jowq j.met with what might havo
eadier's training dciwui'tmotintj-jV1'0)' " very hoHoiib accident S.'itur
Uiv. J. II. Deal of Marion, homo j da)' ) tho quarry while operating
Icpartmcnt superintendent; Mis. one of tho small drills. Through
Trunk il'ri(t of Marioi, primary 0"0 mistake ho started drilling In.
lepartment; J. II. Oatey, of
Marion, adult -oik; Miss Anna
file, of Marion, craillo nrfll; Her,
F. A. Twining, ofl Grcen Camp,
mishioniuy superiutciidcnt. Tho
cxecutivo .committee is ccuiiwscd of
the above named officors incliidins?'
the following: Mr. A. M. yCannino
of (lieen Camp, Mr. E. E. Coulter
ol Muriel and Maw. D. L. Scllars
Tho committee on resolutions;
submitted an interesting report ox
'unding u Aoto of thanks tp tho
liieen Uunp whooLs l'or tho hos
pitalities dispUiycd in entertaining
t'u eouvontion. A teenporanco reso.
lutum was adopted declaring wai
mrainst tho salmin and voicing snp
wut of tho association to any f.ur
melius C putting down tho liquor
hMl'fiu. Tho convciilioii aiiholvod
fviinsl all mnunoiK of Sabbath
day looeiallon, ilcclaring baso-
ball, excili-hinns etc.. n dodnment
to iho 'ivligions inteiest.s oC
coiuniuuily and pledged sujmor
a war against Ilium. A concluding
nvolution wsik ad)li'd oil Iho
''iXli of iho Jate William Brockols
by auyaalivo woikcr in tho nsiocln
ton and member of, tiio cxecutivo
The flittoridnnco at Wednesday
o,veiiiiigj 6,ossiou was largo and tho
program, though ehort, proved
?y jt661 somebody
pas ajer, stock or a better se
findJIt this store. A visit here
liiglily interesting. Rev. P. A.
'IWininj,', X Clrcen Camp, presided.
Dcvcdbunl exorcist's were conducted
by Hev. Byron C. Piatt, of Ma
lion. Mb. l'hoebo A. CurtU of
Columbus gave a talk on primary
and junior woik. Tho closing nd
(hcxrt was made by Prof. lx. 11.
RuugctW on tho subjeot ",Uoys and
TJiu Ahociatinn received ii re
quest i'rom Agtihttii, asking tho
privilejjo ii entertaining tho con
vuivMou in that town, next year.
Tho mutter was littlo considered,
liowevcr, mm the convention ad
journed, leaving it to bo settled by
the cxecutivo copninutcc at a la,tcr
, You Have Rheu
matism, Kidney or
VOU WILL WANT THIS
Have you iheumatism, Kidney
or Hlndder Tionblo now' Did you
ouvr havo cither' Anyhow, you
"l; or M)ino oi, your momis may.
Tloltfki cnii flue itini.iiinn inn 1 t
i. iv.1 ruu nils w VJV, iiiuuij .v
cuine-4 lroin Jr. ueciigo hdimuul
Flojd, tho well-known specialist,
which i a sufficient guarantee
of its value. Hy iioimissioii if tho
doctor w publish for llio benetit
of our vcadcif. his )rcHcription. it
is iih follows: Fluid C.iseara Aio
iimI it, halt' ounce; Concentrated
Jkitkoiu, ono ounce; Fluid Extract
Prickly Asli H.u'k, oue-halL' dnioluu
Aromatic Klixir i'tir ounces.
Take one tonspoonful after each
meal iud before going to bed.
Tho doctor and thousands of his
patients, me authority for the
statement Hint ' thus prescription
is iilnost an absolutely eertain euro
for any fiini of Rheumatism, Kid
lioy or Ijladder Trouble. Dr.
Flonil :lso fitiongly advises in
connection' with this 'p rescript ion
tin' luinkiug of" lnrjre (iiiiintitics of
o water. Any diuggist will fill
prccriptiou at a nominal cast,
or jou muy got tho ingredients and
mix Jiem at homo.
t' a hole that had been chnrcpil
with dynamite, which oxploded at
his feet with force enough to bend
tho steel drill, but ho miraculously
escaped with a fow bruises and a
good Blinking up.
Ed. Arthur and Tom- Hardv ar.
r'vod hero from Iionton lust Thins.
Mr. Tom Cook visited his parents
at Suhlna, Fayette Co., last Thuis.
day and Trlrtay. Ho was accom.
pnnled home by hIB sister Mary, who
will make nn extended visit hero.
'lMr. Luther Dyer wont to Colum-
uuo, i.iuiouuy, wnero no una ac
cepted u position.
iMIss Clara Redman visited her
parents In Marlon Tuesday , and
Wednesday of last wctl
SHOW ehr: hid cmf shr
In accepting tho chullengo of S.
C. Hughs for him to escapo from a
straight jacket, Don Ford iias "un
dertaken ono of the toughest Jobs
that has ovor been handed to, a hu
man bolng to accomplish. Tho con.
unions or me -wager, which la for
uro that Ford escnnn fmm
Regulation Ohio Stato fnunnn Anvliim
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airuigai jucKei in run view of ,Uiq Ford says ho will '.escape, but It
nudlonco, unassisted, jn low. thari will lw more easily bojleyed after the
Olio.lialtyan hour. 11VBt perfoimanco Friday, for to ua
Tho, institutions of this state nrojat least, 'It looks, oxceedlbgly doubt
noled the .world oyer,for-tuo admlrijful-
Mr. S. "Knoch, drayman, hauling a1Upjfper
to Ellery's Bargain Store.
I 'Mr. Win. Griffith ami Mr. Den
Howell spent a few hours with us
Mr. Jno. DoxurK, or Newmans,
vns h'cro on business Monday.
iMr. and Mrs. Charles Williams
visited Sunday and Monday in Bu.
cyrus and Upper Sandusky.
Mrs. Charles Russl and child, of
Birmingham, Ala., are visiting here
tho guest of Mra. Ilussl's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Uyan.
iMr. Bud Plnkerman, of Lawrence
county, arrived here Tuesday, and
will make this "his future homo.
Mr. Kred Bocklcy, of Marlon, with
a rorco or masons is building a
dwelling house df cement block for
J. D. Owen and son.
Y. M. Ci A.
Volley ball was the Issue in the
Y. 5t. C. A. gym. last evening,
and three very interesting contests
resulted. JThc Stars and Crickets
wero first to war. After a mighty
battle, tho enthusiastic Crickets
wont down in defeat, losing two out
of tho three games. Scores: Stars,
11, 15, 15. Crickets, 15. S, 3.
In tho second" contest tho Giants
and Midgets fought thrco Inter,
cstlng games resulting In tho former
tfam winning two. Scores: Giants
13, 15, 9. Midgets, 10, 5, 15.
Tho Tigers trimmed tho Moguls In
tho final contest Stoics, Moguls,
2 C, 15. TIgerslC, 15, 4.
Tho Physical efficiency contest of
tho Y. M. C. A.'f-ovlll bo held to.
night at 7:30 o'clockiw Thero will
bt. twenty entrances and a highly
iuteicstiiig athletic event will un-
Tho Mechanical drawing
will undeigo Its annual examination
this evening at 7; 30 o'clock.
BEWABt. ur uiMTjiuwxb xw,ll01. work lTJeA to represent it
HATAPRTT THAT' OONATNS it i...i., i. ,Y... . . , ....
as mercury will surely destroy tho
senso of, smell and completely de
range tho whole system when enter
ing it through tho mucous surfaces
Such in tides tilioiild noycr bo used
oxcept on prescriptions fioin lcpu
tablo jiliN-hicians as tho damage
they will do is Ion fold to tho
j-ood $ oft can possibly derive from
them. Hall's Catarrh -Cuio, manu
facluicd by I'1. .1. Clionoy & Co.
Toledo, O., contains no incicury
and is taken internally, acting di
lectly iiimii tho blood and mucous
jiuTace of, the system. In buyiilg
Hall's Catarrh Cure' bo euro you
got tho genuine. It is'taken intor
nully and' mado in Toledo, Ohio, by
F. J. Cheney & CoiO'estiiuoniah
Sold by Diuggisls,',-Price, 75c,
per bottle. -V w
Tnko Hall's 1'nuuly' P1II3 lor
Seo Bcntz & Courtr , that new
Blcyelo, 220 East Centorj'stroot.
Alirong the I'uiiipeaii' acts lo bo
seen for the tiist time' in Amor
ica with the Foicptugli. and Sells
Hies.' eiicus, is that"o tho Ari
youn troujuv who aro presenting
soiitelliing now in contortion special,
ablo camisole or jacket that is used
upon tho most violent Insano pa.
tlents. Tho Jacket la peculiarly
made, being unlike thoso anywhere
elso In tho world. Instead of straps
and buckles that can only- bo pulled
a cortaln distance, or that might bo
strained, laces aro used that can bo
drawn up to whatever, sUo tho body
Tho attention of the ladles of this
city Is called to tho large ad. In this
paper relatlvo to the free lectures
on cooking, that arc now being giv
en In tho Young Men's Christian
Association, by Miss Elizabeth K.
Burr, of Boston, who Is demonstrat
ing tho various uses for culinary
purposes of the chocolato and cocoa
manufactured by Walter Baker &
Co., Ltd., of Dorchester. Mass
The courso of lectures opened yes. '
tcrday, and will continue up to,
and including Wednesday, April
Two lectures aro given dally, ono
at 2:30 In tho afternoon, and an- i
other at 7:30 In the evening. j
Uvery lecture Is different, and
In somo cities whore they havo been
given, somo ladles havo attended
every one in tho course.
In theso lectures, Miss Burr makes
nr.d serves cakes, puddings, fudge,
Ice ucam, fcoufflcs, cottage puddings,
lajcr cakes, meringues, Bavarian
cream, Jelly and in fact, evcrj' hind
of a dessert in which chocolate . and
cocoa can be used.
Tw6 or three different dishes aro
prepared and served at each lecture, 'Salem, New Philadelphia, Bollalre, i Young Men's Christian Assoclo
and tho Walter Baiter Breakfast Zancsvlllo, .Marietta and In every Mon Building. Every atternoon at
uocoa or not cnocoiate with whipped
cream is also served
Samples of the Walter Baker
Cooking Chocolate, tho Vanilla Sweet
lEatlng Chocolate and littlo sample
cans of the Breakfast Cocoa are pro.
sonted to all ladies attending theso
Also a book of "Choice Chocolato
Ilcelpes," and a souvenir postal card
with a plcturo of tho Walter Baker
tradomark, "Tho Chocolate Girl."
All tho housekeepers of tho city
'are familiar Vth this trademark, and
tMIss Bean, wl assists Miss Burr In
It should bo borne In mind that
thero Is absolutely no charge what
ever lor theso lectures .
They aro fieo to all, and are sim
ply given for tho purpose of In.
structlng the housekeepers of the
city, now and novel methods of
using chocolato and cocoa In "cook
ing. No chocolato la sold at theso lec
ttucB. Everything is given away.
All tho loputablo groeers of tho
city noil tho Walter Baker goods,
and tho ladies who attend theso lec
tures can buy their chocolntc and
cocoa lroni whatovor Aim they aro
la tho habit .of ptu chasing their
Tho attendance at tho lectures has
been very largo so far, and when
tho women of Marlon awaken to a
Realization or what an exceptional
opportunity this Is for them to ob.
tain instruction In artistic and scien
tific cooking at no oxponso what,
ovor-rcally getting for nothing what
they would huo to pay a good
sized prlco for In any largo city
it Is doubtful It tho hull will ho largo
enough tu hold all who will want
to atto"d tho lectures.
iMIss Burr, tho lecturor, Is a grad.
uato of tho domestic sclenco depart
ment of tho Boston Young Womcn'B
association, which is recognized
everywhere as one of. the finest and
most modern schools of 1 scientific
cooking In tho United States.
The Waltor Bakor" people hhvo
Just finished a course' of lectures in
Newark, Ohio, which Wprtf attoAded
by ovor 2,000 persons, ulV of wi.ipm
woro most othuslastle ovclthq w'prk.
Amongst other towels ljn, which
this work lias boon g'ivon in Ohio
aro: Dayton, Toledo, tTlffJnr Mans,
field, Canton, Sandusky,, Frmuont,
Bcllovuo, Llinu, Musslllou," .ElyUa,
The Wollcnwcbcr Lumber Co.
The Prendergast LrnnKr & Toal Company and the Marion Lumber & Coal Co.
mm -- " -mm-vf
Mr. S. Knoch, drayman, hauling wall pape
to Ellery's Bargain Store.
ITHE BEST THAT
THE RECALL STORE
Why? Becauso absolute
age go HAND IN HAND.
Whv do wo sell Huyleri'
under the "Pure Food La,v
Why do we handle Symonds'
guaranteed PURE under tho
"Kantleek Rubber Good aro
all Chewing Gum is made of
Soap is mado of Puro sap nificd
filled with puro drugs.
"A word to tho wise is sufficient."
'99-'' m m m V
l"co nicy navo nau large aim en. .
tuusiastic auuicnccs. uememuer tne
lectures aro freo to all.
On Saturday morning at 10 o'clock ,
a special freo lecture will be glv-
en for littlo girls and young worn, i
on and every child attending this
lecture will be presented with a
Walter Baker souvenir
AVE you si bond to furnish5 We can se
cure it for you promptly i d at a very mod
! is foolish to place ourself under obli-
wsf , f.i r .j, 1 ayji'j
Sft. Jjntions to our
Our two stores are now Mocked with an abund
ance or choice home hilled meats and no difference
A POUND OF SAUSAGE
OR A QUARTER 0FN3EEF
that you want, it's here and at prices that are right.
we also have nice line smoked meats,
ed from either market.
THE MARION PROVISION COMPANY
C. W. MYERS, Proprietor.
128 E.i Center St. Both Phones. 237 N. Maia St.
MONEY CM BUY I
We Give at
urity and your continued patron-
andy? It is guaranteed P.URE
Spices? Jhey too are
of puro Rubbor. Rex-
Every evening nt 7:30 o'clock.
WALTER BAKER & CO., LTD.
I 27 sales pVoplo. Apply nt
once. I. M. lfkyfer Co. 212 West
Center Stieot, lfcxt to McClain's.
friends, w ' en you can get a
this agencv. with so little
No. 1 io South Main Street.
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