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Get your five "senaed" to
ether, then all aboard'fdr
the grocer's for
fK! oaAfl j
bj.ll OH bii )
itcithe ginger snap
that has broken
rUTIOHAl 5i$CUIT COMPANY
ALL THIS WEEK
boraniehcing 'Monday Matinoo
BAY OODEN & 00.
MORELAND &" LEIGH
Black Faco Comedians
Novelty Musical Act.
E. P. BO WE
Tenor, Illustrated Song.
MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA
Powers' Oameograph, us
ing our own pictures "Elec
tric Belt" Canada.
A Wc of dinner dishes will
ho givein away at Thurs
day's matinco to lady holding
lucky number. Tickets will
be given out at Monday and
Tuesday and Thursday mati
Two Shows Niflhtly, 7:30-9:00
TICKETS lOo AND 20o.
Carr's Trade Letter
WeeHy review or Oratn Trado
conditions whUh are shaping prices,
piopared oxp.'essly for tho Mirror
ly (hi Parmer Coimnls&ion House of
II. H Carr & Company, 9C Hoard of
Tnido Chlaigr, 111. who possess thu
Lost ifpctlWl'tia fop o.wcntlng orders
m grain futures ou margins. Wrllo
for Dully .Market leuortH.
Uradrtrceta figures on worms
wheal stocks give decreases past two
weeks at nearly 11,500,000 bushels.
'I he slblo supply of wheat lu tliiu
cjunt'y Hv,roased considerably over
1,000,'KW Imshels the past week. Can.
jiilau ;ook inwii which Europe has
been drawing of bite are reduced 3,
HOO.OtJ Imsfoela for the same days. Bo
view .of Kuropoan crops gives un-E-aso.iiiblo
weather over tho Unitot
Klng.loni, and Germany, Hungary
olid Noiimanln half crop promises and
ddy this morning tho cables aimounc
(d a Llll before tho French Chamber
THE MARION fiiAitttlRROR, IRIDAY, JuNe,7,.1D0?.
'" ' "" I .. . i ." P i M..
i OF MIHER FAMILY
Held Thursday at the Resi.
deuce of John Stone.
four Generations ware Represented
" by TbOMrftvAAtendance
omcerlf'Wre Elected. t j
""he Miller family held its annual
icnwon ntl the home of John StoiiC,
on Un Oanleu pity pike, Tihvwlay.
The gathering was one of the most
I-leaaam 'u tie history of the nssoc
(atlon 4G 'bolng- In attondance.
'l'h reunloi lasted all day, the
Mini! Aiflng onjoyably passed wltih
gami' music and other social amuse
meiiti. An excellent Jlnner was nerved
at lt'0 inoon tour. Tho opening pray
er of tho day wnt given 'by nev, Mr.
Currlp of Ialtue ami (hanks wore re
turn."! by Rev. Mr. Bates.
Fou generations wore represented
:y these In attendance. The oldest
mem',tr iprcsciit was George Miller,
aged 82, of Lallup, while tho young,
ost vos Kuth' Clark, ngou eight
inonMfl of nenr Agoslu.
At a business session held durlns
the nficrjioon, George Miller was re
elected president, Miss Mabel Richards
BCrrettry, ami (Miss Spray Riley,
It wm, decided to hold tho next an
nual reunion tho first Thursday of
June 108,,at the home of Samuel Ril
ey of LaRuo.
. 'Hfc'L A.
1. (IH (pulley, genjaiWl Iriedretlary
is In Youngfltown visiting his par.
A eccoiuI international examination
will ho given to st'ldcntB of tho Y.
M. O, A. inlght school, on Monday
evening, Juno 10.
ThiY. M?. C ..A. volley hall i&mr
ttiH'i ixi'Sy Mllchart CBIrJen 0f
play the Champ Ion ship Y. M. C. A.
Irani in tho Association gym. to
night. All lovers (of tho Bport are
Extraordinary Shoe Sale
The most extraordinary
solo that ever took place in
Marion. You will find values
offered posi'tively astonish
ing. $3. DO and $4 shoes at $1.08.
SALE 10 DAYS ONLY.
L M. HAYFER CO.,
212 V. Center Truo Block
1?nVit1l.iHn Dinnnn sifyi
at rates which aro bound to
Above Ryan and Burko
Citizens Phono 080
RINU AT CALEDONIA
Meister Neal Nuptials
Miss Sarah. Estelle Meister United
la Marriage to Martin V. Neal
Only One Way to Secure u Clear
In most instances a had complex,
ion Is due to neglect of tho llttlo
thlngB In life that are essential to
natural beauty. All manner of sug
gestions havo been offered by skin
specialists, hut all agree that tho
only sure way to securo a clear,
healthy complexion Is to conform
closely as possible to the laws of
nature. To preserve your fresh.
nes and heaitty, you should llvo sim
ply, take plenty of outdoor exercise,
drink quantities of water and bo
careful of your diet. Remember,
too, that beauty Is a good deal more
than skin deep. It is blood deep,
ami depends also upon your liver,
your kidneys and the activity of your
bowels. For nearly 'two years now,
they have been telling Uio ladles of
tho beneficial effects that baxakoia
Tonic Tablets havo on the akin.
The principal Ingredients In them
are cascarln and dandelion and ev
ery doctor knows that theso rem.
edles start tho liver going, drive
out Impurities, encourage the ac
tion of tho bowels and help clear
up the complexion.
Flooken'a Drug Storo will gladly
pay your 25 cents back If these lit.
tie tablotn fall to thoroughly bene.
U you. 12.14frltf
M. H. Bnln to John II. Lain nnd
others. 18 ldts InrMtlnMl'-i.s.fli
Jclin Bnldolf to II. W. Worlnie,
lot in Minpn $200
O. H, P. Hrown to C. Zeig, Jr.,
lot in .Mr-ion ft27o
0. H. P. Hrown to W. J. Briter,
lot in Marion .$350
Lucy E. Brlrkrr to S. J. Martin,
I lot m Mn-w.n , ,. , $1
M. Jj.v,Gona$iefite-wpq,, lot
J. WCKwSJIt0'1 n'llt
otheS?inPh?an' - W0
Slnndnrd lal Kstnto Co. to Nel-
lie F. GUI, iwo lots in Marion $1
V. h. V. Casio do Jones & Wilson,
lot in Minion j f $100
Tlie Fairbanks Slenm Shovel Co.
to Peter Turner nnd others, &J29!)
Tho Marion havings Rank Co. to
Kate H. Ueringet,f lot in Ma
David Cramncr to Unw.son & Me
Donnld, pa.'i oC two lots in I)c-
CliV : ipSii
C. A. Cnvi'if to Jfolou M. Bollon,
undivided onc-tliird interest in
n part, oft n lot in Marion. .$1800
I . M. Carier to Myrllo A. Einp
tnge, twenty acres in Grand
Avonilnle Ro.il F.Molo Co. to .1.15.
Gnmhrill, three loU in Mn
vion . , $000
liosa Colemfi'i- and olliers to AVil-
wxt ..i c -1.1. m
3 ion look zu iTiiserapie
WOW TUP. flTftATt: In the ?"''
In one of tho prettiest and most
of DeleTpvidiy' for tor M" weld,g ceremony over sol-
suspci.Mon of iinpcrt duty on wheat.
Kurope Is very low on supplies. Tho
rnst i'l hours having brought most
tosdtlve damago repontis from Kansas.
Warm weather has ileivelopeI and se
rious Jlamnge done by tho hard freezo
May L(th wheat heads turning white,
ton'soivntivo observers on tho ground
give tl nt great wheat state promise
pf onlt half crop. In several counties
minting of wheat has begun for hay
and feed, diecause worthless as wheat
emnlzMi iu Caledonia, Miss Sairah
lCstelle MelHter was united In oiiar
trlago toOIln. Afartln V.. Neal at
S:30 o'clock Thursday evening. Tho
homo of Hhe bride' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I'hlllp Meister was tho eceno of
the o-tint and over one hundred
gnesis woro In attendanco.
Promptly at the apilnted hour
Miss BUzabeth Clark played tho
MemUifsohn wedding march and the
bride nnd groom accompanied by Miss
IKirvl. Hl'Stiail ny n.ir, u,ik.u.iKii iu , wtnnnmn .i Mr fart MfilB.
Indiana. lb to miidi too col nnd too ( Ul(J,r
dry over the Northwest for good . ,, n
htnrt or spring wheat mw. Very I J , ,m3i M(U8 MM
iriiPl, long wheat has come on the E,za)tth MeKever or Marlon. as
inork ho vast fiiw days and overy- I , larw ,w, the bpl(a, proce8flOT.
thin now points to a ronowal ot ,mlprwllvo ring ceremony was
I iiblo buy ns nt a lower figure. Uw , Rev TamwJ Qra lop
nhe imirkot has had roco pts of .of he Ca,MonIa MeUlodtet church,
rear! one thousand cars a day re-. The l)rklo ut nH tlmt-H oltncUra
oe.dly rhls lhl not depress prices wa3 c-c(.ej)tona.,y ,, lip0n tMa occa.
ihwmimi neuguig isaies were iniuro . ,,, mvn(H, hv whit, ciiiffonetto
- r OHLS - -
Our prepared chick feed
cbntains tho proper amount
of jtrits for the little fellows .
to keop thorn healthy and.
growing rapidly. They thrive
better when fed with this
SiUY &" Rhoads
North State, Ooal ft Feed.-
igalsi -this corn when It was
boggJii in the country two weeks ago,
1 hero it a reincrd of very large ship,
ping sales to Hho East. Tho country
will ihold corn reserves very firmly
until tho now crop Is more promising
than at .present. Extensive replant
ing i3 reported from Ohio. Now Eng
'ind distrthUpttne houses wire that
tha high price of feed will make big
demand for western corn all summer.
Euros' Is In as much need of corn
'is of wheat and export business Is
likely to bo largo. Wo would suggest
to these -who trade, Vluit the Decern,
her or May corn can he Iwught to
good advantage because or the dis
count In price for theso months.
DeeVcd Improvement in weather
over the West with plenty of rain
fall, has gliven a slightly easier tone
fo tha oats trado for a few days.
''ho fuel remains country 6upplles
pro oitremely low and the movement
o market very light and tho certtain
t if a crop tr.uch below , normal
vJlflv a constant Inriuonco In fa.
vor of buyers on overy decllno.
Nothing would please us more than
o eumito orders from our friends
so 'as to bring them qulelc nnd nafo
toturns In Grain. ' i7t"
Pottofflce was Burglarized.
Chllllcotho, O., June 7. Tho post
oflle at Ralnbrldge was burglarized
Wednesday night. Tho sflfe was blown
o;e and a Bninll mu oi money anri
ctamps Uiken, CTho robbers stoio c
horse and buggy and escauod.
The Bare, certain. - raitablo little
pills that do not gripe or sicken are
Dado's Llttlo Liver Pills. Best for
lck headaches, biliousness and lazy
Sold by Plockon Drue Stor.
DR. E. O. RIOHARDSON
tlic.ro i:i nothing butter
not satisfied, wo give your money hncK without question.
15 Cents Per Box.
We are -going, to continue W
for you to use. RenieuiheV, lyoiVhr J
Thin is tho last day of the cigar conter for tho month of
May. Bring in your tickets today. We aro going to continue
the contest throughout tho summer. A box of BLACK AND
WHITE Oigars given away FREIi to the peison turning In
the most tickets at tho end of the mon'.h. Yon receivo a ticket
with each cigar purchased.
THE REXALL STORE
I'lles are dnngnrons, but do not
nbmlt to an operation until you
have first tried M"t Zan tho Great
'lie Remedy, It Is nut up in col.
'npslble tidies with a nozzle that
illows it to be applied exactly whoro
' Is needed. If you havo Itching,
bleeding or protruding piles and Man
'Jan does not relieve, money re
funded. Soothes and cools. Re
lieves at onco,
Sold by Flockn Drug 8tor.
with Val ilace trimmings. She carried
a shower iuoquet of bride's roses. The
brldo'o mold was gowned In whlto
nllk over pink.
Tl Meister home was decorated In
snow balls, dogwood blossoms, forns
nnkl ialni8.Cut flowers wore also used
In iprofuslon. The icolor flohemo of
pink nnd white prevailed lhroughout
Immediately after the ceremony tho
giw't! were ushered to the dining
rooms where an elaborato seven
course wedding dinner was served .
Tho 'bride's teible was decorated In
ferns an roses, while carnations large
ly fr-tned tho other table decorations.
Han painted hearts nnd hands tied
with irlnk ribbon were tho plate favors.
Tho groom Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Oclorgo Neal of Klrkipatrlok.
He 1 1 n young man of Bterllng char
acter and at present employed eit
' Mr. and Mrs. Melstor loft Thursday
night for an extended trip through
the tapt. Upon their return they will
'.ake up their resld'sivco nt Caledonia.
'I lie guests from out or town were:
Mr. and Mrs. n. Meister, and daughter
Maude. iMrn. 'Ilessner, iMr. II. Ilcssnor, I
Mrs. James iMoKoever nnd daughter of
Mnrloi.; Mns. Susan Raub of LaRuo;
.Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bayjes of Hudson
Ohlw Mr. and Mrs. Conway of Car.
dlngto.i nndCrr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Mc-
Neal I Kirkpatrick.
Notice 1 hereby given tliat tho
follow iig accounts hr.ve been filed iu
I lib 1-jobato Court -wjlthlu and, for
tho County of Mnrlon and Btato of
Ohio for settlement, and that nald
accounts wit be for hearing In said
Probate Court on
TUESDAY, July 2nd, A. D. 1907.
ADMJNISTRArrORS & .EXECUTORS
Fir.' nnd final account ot Georgo
II. IHitton, administrator of estate
ot E. Martla Dutton, deceased.
Firs, null final account of P. 8.
Keller, administrator ot estate of
Alice M. Turner, deccase'd.
Fourth and: final aejouut ot Hoko
Ponlthon, administrator ot estate of
llaoho. Roldel, deceased.
First andi final account of Eliza
beth Dodds, administratrix of estate
of M. S. Dodds, deceased.
Seeou and final arxount of Mary
Bland (Fleischer) administratrix of
estate of John .T. Bland, deceasod.
iNintn account of Barbara II. Kllng
and W. L. Warner, executors of es
tato or Oeorgo H. Kllng, deceased.
First nnd final account of J. F.
Mader administrator of estate or
,"!olm G. Mader, deceased.
Firs' ami final account of Emma J.
Myers administratrix of estato or
William J. Myers, deceased.
Second account of Elmer
Quint er. guardian of Mervln
Walte. J. and Iva E. Qulnther.
Fourth necount of Mary Halt, guar.
(Ban of Oscar, Adam and Irey Halt!.
Flff. and final account of C.
Rnlckol, guardian of Spray Mc-Wll-
Exceptlonis to any ot Itho aJlKivo
RING'S DYSPEPSIA MiUix))
e,- -tirtu f 4i.-rH j,.
C. A. iSml'h. phonographs, North
Main street. C-5-Ctp
If you would enjoy tomorrow take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
leta tonight. Thoy produce an ngree
nblo laxative effect, clear tho head
and cleanse tho stomach. Price 25
cents. Samples free nt nil drug-
named accounts must bo fllod on or
befora Saturday, June 2Dtb, A. D.,
O. II. FOSTER,
d-wk Probate Judge.
Thirty days treatment for hldney
bladder troubles and rheumatism for
$1.00. Your money refunded ir not
satisfied. Plneulea contain no alco
hol. Do not derano tho stomach.
Easy to tako.
Sold by Flocken Drug Stora.
liam J. Biinid, pari of lot in
C. A. CuriH to William S. Bur
ton, lot in Mnrion .$1750
( nrrie V. 5 urr to W. S. Hutli,
pari or lit in Mnrion $f.r)0
O. P. IHIds to Charles Cnrlor,
HO aeies i Grand township $2000
Hiram Poos lo W. J. Weir, lot
in Marion $.1200
11. C. Pntch to Sarah' Thatcher,
lot in Mirion $1000
.1. T. Fairbanks lo Margaret Itar
lis. 2 1-1 lolfl in Mnrion. .. .$500
.1. O. Goionilo to II. T. 4McCully,
lot in M.nioii $2.10
V. M. fio-n to P. W. Johnson,
part of Ji.i in M'nrion , . . ,.$lfi00
Nellie P. Gill to Standard Real
Estate Co , two lots hi Ma
Wilhelm Grncelv to C. A. Alhreeht.
lot in Mai-tnii $300
.1. B. Outliery to G. T. Hnrdinir,
part of lot in Mnrion $1200
.1. B. Gutlieiy to Chailes Ilofslet-
ler, ijiarl of Iwo lots in Ma
Mary C. Grill'.lh to Geoige J. Mar
tin and ethers, part . of two
lots in Marion $1725
I.mmn Ifowi.ion lo V. A. Dutton,
quarter .ii'ie in Rnvling Green
C. T. Ilunlin;; to Harry Convin,
iparf of lol in Marion ....$1250
n. Huher, ls executor, to T. D.
llngliey. j( in Marion . ...-"NDO
A. If. Klin lo S, B. lippineott,
pni t of !.il ill Mnrlon $1
riizaheth Knnpp to Alonzo J. Mau
ley, .TT .ifics in Monlgomeiy
Mnit'm lCrau lo Rosina Straw, lot
in Marion $800
('. -S. kippincotl to K. Ij. Gray,
lot ill Ma.-Kii $:t000
1). II. Uncolii lo H. W. Carl
rilil, lot 'ii Marion $S0O
J. 0. L'.V.Vr lo C. M. Tobiii
lot In Minion $1200
V. II. Lui.dj.'nn to O. J. Smith,
20 ncro. in Bip Island town
ship $1 0i.
J. K. M"din to Miry E. Corner,
throe neres in Plensant to"'i
rniinn .1. Myers and others to Mm
mo M. Mycis, 2 1-2 neres in
Montgoinoiy lowusliip $200
Marshall Mnrkey to K. S. Moon,
lol in Marion $250
.viidrew Mark to B. P. Artrn"
tine, lot mi Waldo $275
William M.tv:, to L. TT. Ucl.au
der. lol m Marion $225
r. W. Miiivr to P. D. lfiisfhey,
lol i-.i Ma i n 470
C. A. Miller lo William Tucker,
pait of lot in Mnrion $1150
C. II. Nor -is to JiiLtcd Slates of
America, jjii't I two lots m
Jrliu Ohoru to Clarence Eberhart,
77 icres in Bichliind lown
Sherman Becd to E. S. Moon, lot
in Marion $1
. T. Ilotliel lo Clavn E. WiU
helni, lot in Marion $500
.', i. IUndes to h. M. Drollinger,
five lots hi Marion '350
.Tnmcs Sluirioek to J. C. Shnrroelr,
20 neres m 'fully township, $1500
Mary Simpson to .1. W. binnoii,
part of lot in Marion ,.$l
Pelor Turner to Fa:rbank Steam
Shovel Co , two lots in Ma
Diiii'cl Unoipher to John .Teiiuor,
part of lot. in Mnrion $1250
t'lnrn E. Wimelui to W. P. Rnlh
el, lot in Marion' $1000
A. M. Williams, by executor, to
W. 1L V trw,ick, Wf Of, two
IoIh in Vlaridon $0."5
Phone 15. Messenger Service FHEE.
Saturday, I P. M. at Weber Ho el
.ulldlng, N. State street, consisting
of ditcsori, buds, springs, matt reus
es, raiiicts, dining room itti.bles nnd
man miscellaneous articles.
It OF.O. SELLS, AuottonoT..
Heaven's help Is better than early
LOW PACIFIC COAST HATES.
s'rom March 1st lo April 80th, th
Erie It. R. will have tlcketa on
cale dally at very low rates to the
PacUlo Coast and Intermediate
NeberKall. Krlu Ag.
apply to L. E.
Out, or writ
O. L. RNOS,
Trav. Pass. Agt.,
We make special arrangements that you
can plan the Sunday dinner, by sending to our
market, so that you can have the best that Jthe
country affords without paying an exorbitant
price. Choice meats of our own home killing
that will please you and at the same low prices
that you have been paying, notwithstanding
the extremely high price of stock. Order early.
Marion Provision Co.
Old maids look very catchy In the white waists that
are laundered here. They ANTHONYS
aresure husband-winners. 1 llvl
Would you marry? LAUNDRY
F LAWN HOWERS.
R WINDOW SCREENS
Haberman Hardware Co.
107 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
B '' H)1
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"Owosso" screen doors
are enough better and
cheaper than the ordinary
kind that it will do your
eyes good to look them
over. Eight styles.
95c $1.15 $1,25 $1.50
flE?S LAXATiVt HONEY anq TA
ABLIPVPfH OOUQMH wr nouod
Still Selling Wall Paper
Feoplo rcalizo that any season of tlio year thoy can buy latest
patterns of wall paper hero at prices that aro right and satisfac
tory". Many now and beautiful designs to select from.
s TSCHANEN BROS., Druggists
Saturday, 1 P. M. nt Wpiher Holol
hiilhllT.g, N, Stato strcol, conaldtlng
of lrtsor8, lls, springs, mnttreBa.
vu, t'-riH'ta, dining room tiail)le nnij
many mlwellaneons ortlclea.
U OEO. SELIjS, Anotloneor.
O. A. Smith, records. North Main
6trot. ' " '' 0'5-Ctpd
Martha A.ucll, hy osoentor. to
Charles jlofotottpr, lot in Ma
J. II. llain toiM. H. Bain, 11 lots
jn Mnnpn $1000
MiUio Ba'dwin to II. D. Bolt, lot
in Marion $1,100
1'ortha.Hliun to W. J. Kuuounor,
part of lot in Marion ...,$1300
I SCREEN DOORS
5c MADE TO ANY MEASURE
It's screen door and window tlmo and tho most satisfactory
way is to have screens ma do to order for all tho windows
and dsors. Our frames aro heavier, fit perfectly and will last
twice as long as tho ready-mado kind. We take the measure
ments, hang them, at very little cost, assuring looting satis
faction. PHONE 8.
I The Wollcnwcbcr Lumber Co.!