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TUB MARION DAILY ".MIRROR, FRIDAY, NOVJSMIffiR. 35, 1907. ,J
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STILL CONFINED IN JAIL
Charged with No n-support of
H Minor Children.
Laca!' Police Looking for Horse
Thief Headed Marlonward
Edwin HtidBon Wants His Bicycle
iKdwin Hudson, of Pattorson street,
Reported to pollco this morning tlmt
hid bicycle wns taken from n rack
oil North Main street last night. It,
Ib evident thn the person who rode
tho wheel away toolt It by mistake
as one tdmllnr to Hudson's was loft
Tho police havo been notified to be
on the lokout for a liorso and buggy
which- was stolen from a hitching
rack nt . Bollofontnlno about fl:3()
o'clock last night. Tho stolen outllt
consisted of n white horse, a1 black
rubber tiro buggy nnd a set of rub
ber mounted, harness.
Chorion JJaar, who was anestcd at
Wgllsvllle, O., sevornl daya ago on a
charge or Jailing to support his two
minor dhlldron, Is still confined In
the county Jail. Today ho dictated
n letter to hjs, mother who lives lo
.TiK-kson county. asking hor It she
"woufd. furbish Jinnd providing he
Mould plead guilty (o the chTirgo.
Tn Mite pMlmlnnvy hearing before
the mayor, Claar plodded not gullly.
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How's This t
Wo offer One Hundied Dollars Re
.ward for any cose of Catarrh that
, cannotc bo cured by Ilnll's Catarrh
Cure. P. J. CHENEY CO., .
, Toledo, Ohio.
Vo ,tho unnersipnejl, have known
P. .T, Chenoy for the last 35 years,
and liellev him perfectly honorable In
nil' business transactions nnd flnan-J
dally able to carry out any obllfin
lonn ipndo by his firm. ,
,' WALDINO, KINNIAN & MARVIN,
. f Wholesale Druggists, Toledo O,
"IK , Hdll's Catrrh Cure -Is taken Infcr
jB3' '" nlfy. 'actlnR directly himii the blood
. .Testimonials sent froe. Prlco 7Gc per
bottle. 'Sold by all DrugRlsts.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
MARKSMANSHIP MAY COST
A FRIEItD HIS LIFE
Plqua, 0., Nov. 15. .Tbhn, Henry,
Pan Handle- fivla'it conductor, has
often tried 'nl marksmnnshlp at u
building' wpu: of hete ns his train
Yesterday afternoon be shot at the
building and was atarteld to beo
James Powers, telegraph operator,
rush out fatally wounded through the
Tho train was stopped and tho man
brought hoio to a hospital, whero
, he lies dying.
CASTOR I A
For Infanta' and Ubidren.,
Tha' Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of Ota&yf&&&44
Sweet AppleB nud Quinces.
CHAS. TURNER & CO.
It is Tone Quality tliat
determines the value of si
piano. A comparison of
piano tones leads to a pro
found appreciation ,of the
surpassing quality that
marks the Mendelssohn
Compared part by part,
the MeqdelssQhn Piano is
' found to fill most satis
factorily, the requirements
See tho lino oxhlbit of
new Rtyloa now ready
at dur salesrooms.
G. W. BAKER
W. Centei1 SU'eet.
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A dcllghttul reception, one
tho llrat really notable events of
tho now social season, took place
at tho homo
of '.Mrs. Alary H,
Thursday afternoon. 'Iho hostesses
wpro Mrs. Wutinoro, Mrs. Charles
h. 'Alloii mid Mrs. iv u PriRain
or. Iletwoon two thirty O,ciock -
and flvo o'clock .tho hostesses re-1
.i,. .i n.T- r i., i t.. i y
eelved 22l of their friends. , s
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... iiiu minor .Mrs, a. j.. tnon-
oy and Mrs Thomas "E Day ns- rcj, Ul0 m,lt ,.,,,,, ()f tho lMt
s sted nml Mn tho dining room book aIlu tho w,Brnm WM cU)flC(1 wlth
tho guests woro given attention by a ,eadlng by Mrs. E C. Smith on
Mrs. John A. Schrootor, Mrs. Ed- the subject, "Changed HcartH and
ward Thomns, Mrs, C. T. Winnt, .I.Ives."
Mrs. M. ir. PInyord, Mrs. V. S. The noxt mooting will bo hold tho
Keller." Mrs. , ChaUes R. Pholps, (socond Thursday of Deccmhor. -
Mrs. C h. Sanford, Mrs Harry i
Harnhart, Mrs. Ttnlph 0. Young, I At tho home on Pennsylvania Ave
lMrs. Charles E. Mcrklo v and 'Miss m,G JI'83 Grace Range entertained a
Clara Dlebold, party of friends at an oyster supper
Mrs. (leorgo V. King and . Miss Wednesday evening. After supper
Ilornico Christian served bouillon. tho rcnnlder df Mio ovenlng was
Tlio Wntmoro homo was prettily BI'ent BOpln,,y- An old fashioned
decorated. In tho parlor thero wns (affy mi1.1 w,lH n fcnt'"e f tlio oeca-
a beautirul nrrangomont of blttor B ".'
swcot nnd Southern smllax. whllo rh ,101s,ta worn: CIarn 0lbR0
In tho main dining ioom thoro was ";!'l VZ' n n' ,t
n lovlv nfT1n (., ,.i,w ......., J" ,( l Hazel Cowan. Clara Bridge,
ti,n :, mm. '."'."'.'
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docorntod In red roses and enndlo-i
Tho members' of tho I. X, club
gnvo a fnrowell surprlso party In
honor of Mrs. James JVllllamn.
Thursday evonlng, at tho homo of
her pnronts CXfr. nnd Mrs. Koy.
wlno on Lender stroot. Tho plans
worn clevorly arranged hotweon
1 the club mombors nnd Mrs, Key-
wlno so that the surprlso was
Tho hours woro pleasantly whll.
ed nwny nt various social diver
sions. In, behalf or tho club mem
bers Mrs. M. C. Chlpps In a woR
worded speech presonted tho guest
of honor with n pretty hand
painted,, ollvo dish. 'Mrs. Williams
thanked tho donors 'for tliolr
In tho near futuro airs. Williams
leaves to Join hor Tiusbnnd at
Kashvillo, Tonn., wljoro thoy will
mako tholr futuro homo, Bui lug
tlio evening dainty rorreshmonts
woro served by tho hostess.
Tho Woman's Forelpn Mlsslon
nrv soclaty of tlm'lTnltod Tlrotli
orn church mot nt (ho homo of
Mrs. h, C. Rqod ofSouth Pros
noct stroof vostorday nfWnoon.
Tho'nttcndnnro wa's'vory largo.
Tho program pooped with n
bvnin nffor which Mrs 'Milton Mo
J"oi)vor lot In nrnvor. Aftor con
sidering tho regular monthly bnsL
"eH n nludv lesspn on, "The
Roiith Ren lslnndB ' wis conducted
In' -M. nnrtri'dn "Mnson. rcndlpg
iiv -t)s n rnh -mi nod y proved an
lutnrestlno; liumbor', Tho program
wns onppndod with a VOCnl SOlO
roprtorod b' Mrn, n.,p. Dunn,
ITio snototv dnclded to lo)d
Rs noxt mooting nt, tho homo of
Eat for., contentment. ,, .
Eat for good nature. f
Both are the result oU physical
The most nutritious' food made .
from flour is
Every bite a mouthful of energy.
In dust and
moisture proof packages.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
of .Mrs. Oortrudo
Tho Woman's Porclgfi Missionary
Koc.Ietv of lliiworth Al. K. Church
held u monthly meeting InNthe church
lmilors. Thursday afternoon nnd gave
! Interesting program. Tho topic
was "Evangelistic Missions."
"'T r ZLfZutu
by Sirs. E, 10. Mcalcy and roll call
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i.?..t "i'"-".w ui ivi.tti.-if tto Wi
,rhnllWllB,v,nB .. MrB n,.:lpn ,,...
nutl Cowon nnd Clyde Gibson. Jesse
no,'c'1. "nnoy Range and Walter
Tho Daughtors of Oraco of St.
Paul's lEptscopal church havo,-plan-ned
for a fair to be hold In
tho parish houso threo days begin
ning Thursday, Novombor 23. Tho
proceeds will bo used for moot
ing current expenses of ' tho
ltl It Unit T,1 n r.nni... ... Ill 1 ..
vuuii.il, iiiu nuuiviy win mcoi next
Tiipnloy to arrnngo for' tho fnlr.w)llc.u 0CCI,rr0(i about 10 o'clock this
' Imornlvg. L,llngston.llad driven tho
Tho Quoon Esthor CIrelo will 'wagon to a house loated near Uie
moot nt tho homo of Miss Gladys Norrls and Cluistlan llmo kiln to de
Clovolnnd on north Prospect atreotjlver a load of groceries, 'Ho neg-
ni.b evening, ju inomuers aro ro.i.iecteu to no tne norsa anu upon ic-
((uostod to nttond.
$1 COLUMBUS AND RETURN $1
Tho 0. n, & M. mnkoB a special
rate of one dollar to Columbua and
return on Sundays, lirat car loaves
Marlon G a, m.; last car leaves
Columbus, 8:110 p. nu Car every hour
$2.00 shoes Rentty & Long,
Casper Rattonstlnn, by sheriff,
toH'aspor llatonstiont part of lot In
John II. Haiti aild othors fo L,
H. DoLnudbr, lot In Marlon, $200.
John Clark to 13. J, Cox, lot
In Marlon. .$100.
Marlon Land company to Aman
da A. Stump, lot In Marlon, $S00.
George II, Ciujstlnn tn p, M.
IloeliHtottor, lot In Marlon, $n'o.
.1. R. Christy, by administrator,
to M, P. Iroy, forty ncros In Mar
lon and Morrow counties, $1,800.
John II. klnsler to Sophia Sny-
dor, lot In Marlon, jfOt.T-
Jacol) ICersoy to Pcnla C. Seft
nor, lot In -Marlon, flJ.IO.
1'rcderlck ' Mersfolder to E. 0.
Rlchnrdson, lot In Marlon, ,f2,G0(l.
I. II. "Miller, to 0 A. Krnuttor.
two lots In (nrlon, SI.SOO-
Samuel Mahnffoy to Mary Hosier,
I lot In Marlon, 4,'.2fl0.
llnrrlot-.-McKlnloy to Sarah Slm
nions, lot In Caledonia, !.l,02.)v
Leo 0. Oflbqjrnp to Jt A." Slckol,
Koventy.flvo -acres In f'cott Town
ship, jfii.riooi ' '
Albert Roux')fo Otto ltoux, undl.
vlded two.tlilrds Interest In foity.
oight acres. Iii- Moiitgoniery town.
to (Jeorgo Bobler,
t i,)o. as
lot l'u Calodonla."'. '
Jn A Stekbf, to Lewi
twenty acres In Scott
C-.F. Rlnehnjilto 0. 1. Seekol,
Charles li. Secklo p W. 3.
Klmblot lot In Caledonia, f:i.-ll.
it. V. Woplos to- Cornollus Dwyor
two lots In Marlon f,")00.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnko LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Drusfrist vofund monov if
it fails lo cine. E. W. GROVE'S
sijrnnturo is on each box. S.ic.
DURING A RUNAWAY
Ro'j ert " Livin gston thrown
from his Wdgon.
During Exciting Run the Grocery
Wagon Collides with a Heavy
Load of Stone.
inohet Llvlnghtou, employed at the
Dwyer gtocery btoio on Silver street
,u ,, i, ,- ii n,.ni,inf
turning from tho house ho saw the
nulmul galloping down tho sticot.
lly cutting acioss lots tho young
man nmmged to reach. tho wagon
Climbing in tho rear end of tho wag
on bed ho nttomptod to reach tho
rolns when the anlmul gavo a lungo
and, dashed Into n load of stone
which happened along nt tho time.
Tho wagon was almost completely de
imonillshed 'and Livingston was
thrown i distance of several yaids.
Tho Hots and Markort ambulanco
was summoned nnd thu unfortunato
young vlotlm was 'picked up uncon
scious' and taken 'to his Jionlo on
Sonnto fctreet. I)r, Ohtsholm was
icaUei1 n,"J ,h0 iduelolap's, examlua-
uH iiibciosou mat no nan sustained
no broken bones but was. sorlously
bruised and cutlu a number ntjilaces.
His condition is not-serious.
Reatty & Long's warm lined shoes.
She Knew' It.
"My dear." suld tho l head of , tho
houo, looulng over his morning paper'
at ins better nair, -tncrJs ; cilsla
coming in China," "lr knovy )t!" she
moafled, "Susan, liualoft' only half a
iozon pieces wholo 'out of our new
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REVENGE CAUSED EIRE
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ROMANTIC STORY OF OLD COAL
Started by Rejected Wooer During
' Civil War More Prosaic Version
Is That Fire Was Result
' , of,Fofeitjl;lames.
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cimflonlon.'W. Vn.On Paint crook,
about 2'0 miles nbovo this city, near
tho station of Standard, a coal mine
llro Is raaliiK a llro abolit tho origin
of which an Interesting romanco Is
bullded. At night tho mountain side
In hlch tho mltin hi located is ablaze
with n weird plnv of light! Iy day a
column of muoko ascends llko a monu
ment. In tuith, the mountain lo allre,
an unquenchable fiio, as thoso who
have already lost $20,000 In a vain at
tempt lo smother It will testify.
In tho Iitt'i TiOs of tho hist rentuy
tho Kanawha Coal and Oil company
was oig.tnl7ed for tho purpose of pro
ducing oil from the rnnnol eoal found
In tho mountains divided by Paint
crock. The vein of cannol coal was a
comparatively thin one, lying In the
hrnit of a thick seam of tho bitumin
ous coal toitnd In abundance through
out thtt section. Tho company was
busy with Its operation when the civil
war broke out, nnd continued at work
for flomc time thoreaftor.
Tho impel intendent of the mlno was
a blunt old Englishman named Gordon
nnd ho had a handsome daughter,
'Rouenu, who was the delight of her
father's hcait and tho despair ol the
young men of tho nolghboihood. There
Wus tho usual courting and flirting,
vlllh the usual llnal sctillng dojvn on
one man and thu lneltnblo prepara
tions for tho wedding. Tho lucky man
wan one Adklus, n native of tho moun
tains, n htrapplng oung follow, wlio
hnil won tho father'n favor as a wotk
man tven liefoio ho won the daugh
ter's esteem ns a lover. Thus tho
com so of tine love seemed about to
Hut tho war enmo on, and tho Point
(reek section was as badly toin by
opposing furtmns an any other uniitll
l ait or tho ontlio cnuntiy. Tho na
tlvej were ot the south southern,
whllo most of l huso who hud come
with the company to wink In tho
mines wetO union' men. Of tho latlei
was old man Gordon, while Adklns.
was a regular fln'iCUIng icbel.
Aftei several sloimy Interviews
AiUIiir wan forbidden to enter the
Got don home, nnd Rovena wan oi
dyiod not to R'c bl'm. He enlisted In
ih( fOtttodci;tt. inny and nvnchcdoul
with Wise m his famous letrent ur
iho valley. This wan In the Bprlng of
'.fiOI. In tho autumn he icturncd
uiino on a fin lough and sought ,to re
now amicable iclut'oiis with tho Gor
Jtjiia. fciit was .cpulaed by both fathoi
and daughter. It Is said lh.it In u
vdrlt or levenge ho set tiro to the
lrun.honsj at the moutli of the mine
rhellrp wan eoniniunlrliteil totlioilcli
win of cannol tonl Im.Iilo and, oh
alnlng a good hold, 1ms bfcn burning
Adklnu rotunifd to IiIb legimentand
was killed In battle. The Gordons loll
he country soon after, and their sub
pnuent hlstoo is not known licio.
That la tho lonnntlo version. The
op.ilc on Is that llro was communl
atcd to tho mlno by a forest fire that
agc-l fiulously In October, 1S01. Cer
..In It Is that tho mlno began to bum
at that time nr.d ban been hiiinlns
Tn thu Into '80s a company wart
"onped by Chnilcbton men lo extin
.ulsh tho hie and reopen tho mine
jut after spending ?20.00i) in a vain
ittempt tho enterprise was ubaij.
loned It Is piobnhlo thnl Iho flic
lll be nllowd to binn until tho on
t'ri vein of coul Is consumed.
Often, for jears at a tlnio, tho flic
cannot bo soon, but thoro Is always
wniolhlng about tho locality to bear
ilMichs of Its presence. Somotliues
Ids Is muoko, Hometlmos utcani ails
ng from tho plnco under which tho
pat lies. In wot weather thoro is
always ifvnpoi llslng fiom tho moun
tain above tho mine. In winter snow
lolts as rapidly as U falls on Iho par
Icuiar spot nbovo I he tire, or olso dl3
ippcars from thoro whllo tho ground
around Is white. In tho spilng vego
atUn apjieais earlier whero tho
e.-nlh Is warm fiom thlir-uudotlying
heat. Of Into It has boon binning Is
Ihlj at night, tho oMent holng porhnpa
a hundred yards along tho face of tho
Colleoa Girls Earn Money.
Northampton, Mass. Much has
been writ Ion about tho way yottn?
men htuicnt8 pay their wn through
folloge. Smith crllugo publishes no
tUatlstlcs ubout how Its gills wotk
tlulr way through, but out of the
I, .11)0 Jtudentii hoio not loss than '-'fill
aie inlng at least pait of tholr x
nfpseri by doing woik. Tho most
prnlllnblo of all employments for the
til in Is wnltlug on tables at hoiihcs off
the campus. Tutoring la tho noxt
profitable wotk, qumo of tho glils to
c living anhigh as, 7f cents an hour for
lifting u fellow student over a hard
I lace, Othor things thnt tho girls do
to help litem along their way finan
cial!) aro nerving us llbutiy assistants
nnd typew tiling.
Cow and Candsr Friends,
London. A sniulor belonging to Mr.
Hlx of llolhpuch, Llncolnshlie, Is tnnk
lug a ronirnnloii qf a cow In (pilto n
Wuuknblo vnj. It fidlowH tho row
down ip the flold pery moiulng, and
also followa Itwlien It, eoub lo Nbo
milked, ami thd two can bo noon going
through the town of Holbsuch twice
WAS TOO EASILY PERSUADED.,
One of the Troublet That Beset Hon
" est Man In Politics.
I knew that a certain aldermnn In n
certain town on Long Island was bit
terly opposed to granting a franchise
to an electric line, and soon after 1
hoard that tho franchisp had been
granted nnd that ho had voted for It, 1
met him on tho train nnd suld: "Then
you ehnnged your mind about that
franchise?" "Yes, I had to," ho re
plied. "Any particular Influence
brought to hear? "Yes. My wife
porstiaded mo Into It." "And who per
suaded you" wife?" "Her brother."
"And was ho porsuadcdV" "Yerf, a
lawyer pTsuaded him." "And the
lawyer?" "Well, I reckon It was the
piesldcnt of tho company that per
suaded him. I stood out and stood
out, but the persuasion was too giout."
"I have been told on good authority,"
I continued nfler a bit, "that tho com
pany gave tho lawyer l,r00 to 'pci
Hondo with." "You don't menu It!"
gasped tho alderman. "Rut I do. YOs,
sir, an oven 1,G00." "Then he's a
durned skunk nnd ought to be shown
up. Ho persuaded tho whole, family
of us for $3",0 and put tho rest In his
pocket! That's what a man gets for
being honest!" St. I.ouls Globe-Democrat.
WOULD NOT BE HURHIED.
Rudely Aroused Oriental Made an
Tho-Ameilcn'n traveler who endeav
ors to haslen the comfortably galled
oilontnl against Its wish noon conies
to a halt. That was the expeilenco uf
"A Woman Alono in the Henit of
Japan." "Mako the ilkman hurry. I
lini a dato and can't wait heie all
day," she said to tho "boss rlkman" at
tho station. Ho blazed like a fiery
dragon. "Veil, jou get so mad. ou
no can wait for dla, you go find 'noil
der rlksbn," ho said. Sho unsweied
very meekly: "Dear friend, you do not
know mo. I am not the least bit mad
Tills is only a gentle American hustle
If jou want mo to l,o leal mini, I will
show you the difference." "Veil, you
vas nlntos' mad," ho Insisted. "You
seem -Jus' llko mad when you say
"No can wait: mus' havo rlkslm
quick; huiry up!" Youth's Compan
ion. Parish Registers.
I wa3 onco being shown round a vil
lage chinch in the Kastern Counties,
and was solemnly Informed by tho
somewhat garrulous parish eleik thai
tho teglsters went back to the time of
William the Conqueror, sas J. V Wil
liams in The TieaBiity. Lest tho same
stall ling opinion may bo held by oth
ers, let mo hasten to say that patlsh
replBtois woro unknown In England
heforo the end of Henry VIII's reign,
and happy is (hat parish which still
possesses Its records even from thnt
date. Tor our oat Her tegisters havo
certainly had a very checkered caieer,
and when wo tead tiie story of the
treatment which has been meted out
to thorn during tho three or fom con
tin les of their existence, wo can only
wonder that thoy exist In such num
bers as they do.
How the Judge Viewed It.
Cven a Judge on the bench likes his
Joke. A man whose nanio Is Wateis
was arraigned In Ullvillo court on a
charge of assault and battel y. "What
did you do to him," asked tlio judgji
to mako him assault you?" "We was
at dinner," was tho reply, "an wo got
Into a dispute, an' nil I did wins to hit
him 'sldo tho head with a corndodger,
an' .t week artorward he coma back
an' boat mo shameful!" "Well," said
tho Judge, "ou know what, tlio Snip
lure says: 'Iliead cast upon tho wa
ters v 111 tetuin to you after many
dajsl' " Atlanta Constitution.
An Object Lesson.
"Miranda," sale tho mistress, "you
aro a good cook, and 1 Just know that
you aro too good for un to keep. Some
man will conto nlong. one of theso days
and Induce jou to many hint," "Oh,
no, mum." answered .Miranda, fervent
ly. "I've lived with you and your 'us
band too long to want over to got
mairled." Theio aro two conclusions
to bo drawn from tho toply of tho
faithful servant; ono Is that alio was
lojul to her employers, tho othoi Is u.s
It may be. Chicago Hvoiiing Post.
Savage Sense of Humor.
Lecturing on New Guinea, A II
Dunning suld ho once offered a untlvo
some smelling salts. After goln;;
through oxirnuidluui contortions tho
uuttve went away, retaining soon with
another native wliom ho compelled to
make ncqimlntuneu with the salts, Tho
two brought a third, and ho on until
tho whalo village had been victimiz
ed Tim suva-jos" watched each now suf
foior with tho keenest delight aad
look good cato not to let him know
7 tut fate awaited hint.
Old War Sloop to Ba Sold.
Washington. Tho old sloop of war,
Saratoga, a tollo of tho navy or tho
Hulled States, has boon stilcken from
tho oluVlnl list of naval vessels and
offered to be sold. It was built at tho
navy yard at Kittcrv, Me., In IS' I J, wns
slip-rUgcd and cnnled 20 guiiB. It
had a length or 117 feet six Inches nnd
a beam mcnsuio of nft feet ono Inch,
Its luqnn dram hi was 10 feet, inn' It
mil a dlsplfteri,rn of i o." te-nj.
BEST QUALITY GOODS ONLY
Lime, cement, pew r pipe, etc. h AROanci SOFT COAL
PRICE & HURLEY
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We Have Capital Stock-of
MARION MR INTERESTED
Will Manufacture Concret
Block and Roofing.
Plant Will be Lecated Near Sllve
Street, North of Union Depot
Company to Organize boon.
Papers woro tiled at tho office
of secretary of state at Columbus
Thursday Incorporating anew
Marlon enterprise to bo known as
tho Marion Concrete lllock and
Roofing company. Tho Incorpora
tor are Messrs. C. fj- Reockor,
A. P. umlth, Pred H. Morrison, !M.
R, nnd M. (J. Chase. The capital
stock will bo .$10,001).
The company will construct a
plant on the ptosont slto of tho
Morrison concrete plant, located
near Silver fctreet, north of
tho union depot. Tho firm will
manufacturo evorythlng In the
concrete line, making a specialty
of roncreto block nniT roofing.1 It
is very probable that concroto
tomb stones will also bo manu
factured. Pred H. Morrison, who has been
n successful mnnuracturer of con
crete for somo time will join
his Interests with tho now com;
patty and It is Intended to
establish one of tho lnrgost con.
ecoto factoiles to be found In this
section or tlio stare. The Incor
porators will bold u meeting In
the no.1 r riitute nnc: orgnnlo and
rorniulato vurlous ptans for Im.
ONE SALOON KEEPER
KEPT ON THE MOVE
Chllllcothe, O., Nov. 15. Saloon
keeper Messmer wns voted out of rr.s
lxth township within a veai wtiPn
Rournovllle went dry yesterday. The
Koto stood 2 to 20 after a hot cam
paign. Just about a year aeo Messmer wuh
voted out of Italnbridire. h wn h
only saloonkeeper In the township.
no nioveu just over tho lino Into
l'axton township and did a rushing
bllSlnpSS Ulltll tllO nrohlhltlnn nlnnmnt
got after him.
After he was oIi.-irpiI (mm i-,.i
he went In succession to Paint. Twin
and Perry townshina n,i nn.. .
Rournesvllle. Wbeie he will go next
he doesn't know
TRY ADMIRAL COPPER.
A tub of fancy Mackerel
arrived this A.n.
F. J. LUSCH
N.a Cor. 8UU ft Omtor tta
Clothing at your own
We are crowded too much, and
have decided to clean out our
Men's and Boy's clothing.
Gome in and pick them out.
Take them home, and look them
over, it not satisfactory, bring
them back and get pay for your
We Must Make Room For
Stock Of Shoes Coming In.
I. M. Hayfer
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