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TUB MARION DAILY MIIWOR, TUTJSDA.Y, OCTOnRTt 0, 100.
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MRS. HARVEY MAHAFPKY
Entertains in Honor of Her
ilr. HtLTvey Mahaffey. roldlng at
Worra), entertained about thlrtj-flvo
Irlcnds ut hor home Sunday on the
occasion of the thirtieth anniversary
or hor birth. Various ontiloor Barnes
l Hi a baseball gamo wro feat urns
of tdo day and at tlio noon hour a
Splendid dinner was served.
Try an aa la Tlio Mirror Waat
Just received a fresh sup
ply and will he able to fur
nish plenty of Good Mutter
to our customers also good
New Corn Meal at ---- 3c lb
New Pan Cake Flour-- roc si;
New buckwheat " -- 10c si:
Maple Syrup Si. 20 gal
Smoke'd Side Moat 14c lb
Dry Salt Meat 14c lb
The Consumers Whole
Phone 1174. Owen Bros , Props.
f" iii i) wotflBh and
1 . (inn Im on of (ill
Hi ind at lb Uij, com.
fi i iiil , yet rry tyJUli.
i c.trry the
in a large arortmont ol
FOOT rORM SHOES-
110 P. MAIN ST
1 Ibfc "I
m THE I
1 FOOT- I
I FORM I
I FREAK LAST.
In the prettiest shapes, softest Durable Leathers
and most exclusive models for the season of '08
and '0!) are now ready to be shown with the
greatest of pleasure at the "New Corner" Store.
.Sorosis Models supply
structed footwear for all occasions and under all
conditions. Sorosis Shoes are designed only after
careful and thorough studying and experimenting
of the demands of comfort, service and smart ap
pearance. All regular Styles, S.'J 50. All special Styles
from Custom Department, $1.00 to $5.00.
1 1 DIMM A
IT IS UP TO
Marion Can Have Just What
OPERA HOUSE OPENING
Promises to he a Very
Good Shows will be Secured First
and if the People do not Want
Them, Others will be Tried.
tn event which Mioultl jwck the
lilnyliouse with one of the largest
crowd Tor many years, will occur
J-Ylflay night whe-u Corriu?, the
oolobmted actrew, will preacnt
'Lola from Uorlln," a New York sen.
eation and Uio Grand Opera Houso,
leniodeled, redecorated and repaired
will be formally opened under the
Tho work of placing tho building
In first rdass condition lias cost tho
now management several thousand
dollurs. Tho playhouse, nlsnjs ouo
of the pre'tlet in Central Ohio, ha
a bettor claim than over to that ills,
tlnctlon slnco It lias- been renovated.
The walls, balconies and ceilings have
been redecorated. Now carpets have
been laid and many necessary im
pairs lmvo been mndo In tho front
part ot Uio house. Tho entire build.
Ing has been rewired and now ar
rangement for lighting, which will
be far moro satisfactory. No detail
has been oerloolicd by Manager Sul
livan who states that the tlioolor will
bo In better condition when opened
tlian it has been any tlmo slnco It
Arrangements aro being made for
tlu purchase of n large amount of
new sienery and properties for tho
dtiige. aiany Improvements have,
bi-i n made In thla dopartm.ent of tho
theater which will facilitate iho
woik of handling largo spectacular
ii ml h enlc productions.
'Manager Sulllvnn announced fnilnv
tll.lt Nil k Her nf till. .Ill' Ii'ik luun I
!i-knnlnl..l ulncrn mjinntrb. .....1 ll,. '
'' " ""ft" inniuDi 44IIU tll.lt
Mr. Her will employ a large forte
of ronKteni stngo Imnds to a-s'st
him Mr. HorSi long oxperlonro
m the Btage, makes It certain that
Ins depanmnnt will bo conduct d
ulong the latest and moot approved
'illivan ossureg h theater
i-'olng puiiiie of Marlon tliat he will
n-ciii.. the very umI claw or attrno
Ions on the road If the lovers qf
i he theater iitronhc tills chiN of
.nierialnment then it will continu-,
hi t if the .howa ar not patronlzwl
tho e of nnnthiir cla- wWl bo tried.
Vat ion ran h.ive what It wnnti under
h. iiiw nianageniMit, bt it must
how by paironagt aluio hlher the
I U'ler elnn dtiractlons ar denlred
IiiRtetd of uielodramaK and ten, twen
ty thirl v tent .how..
I.i la from Ucrlin" li an attraction
whi. h fm irii afford lo ml, Co.
tin.- it.irr.-d In "Forty-I'lve Mill,
ute, rrnm ririndway" and made a bg
per luf than did Fay 'fompleton with
-he orlfclml i am. C'orrlne ha Ilke
Ise oitdone l.uiu r.tosw in ''Lola
finm IJeilln '
It is safe to aerl that tho ef-ft-iw
of tlie n.w manement or the
11 iti-r will im rewarded y a moat
IIImhiI pntionago at Uiq o.pqnlng nnd
throughout tho soaton.
the most perfectly con
ACKNOWLEDGES THE CORN
Chotle3 Warrenstuff Now Reposis
iu County Jail.
ChuileH Varrenstiff wn arraign.
c .Monuay uigi.t in 1110 court or
Squlte uompf clmiiTeil with abandon- 011(1 trU.k llt ,.A. c, lmvcr of ,jie
met of n minor child. Ho pleaded i.;rc 0ff duty on account or in
nillty nnd was bound our 10 the juries received In an a cldent wlt'le
r.r.md jury under SUOO bonds Fall- coming to work nbout three oVlock
lug to furnish , the bonds ho wni. Monday nftuvjidon. Uombarger was
taken to tho county Jr.11, I rtllng on. li'i wheel on i:ast Center
.. ... .. nr-....i. ,..10 ui.viuii til. il.(lieUI. Wlll'll .1 l.l.l. WlliJ Will JUIIU
llanrc by ShorllT Drown Monday,' aero the strict, confronted him and
morning, lie had been away from caused Uombarger to be thioun from
his family for sevsinl yearn r.nd had his wheel very hcnlly. He received a
not contributed to tho suptort ol number of bruifc' nrotit the haul
cither his wife or child.
To know that the heat linen of nady-to-wcar
trlmmod liatu In .Marlon are
here at popular prices, $2. SO to $r..oS.
Olarion Clothing & deal: Co.
MEETS AND ADJOURNS
Council Concludes Its Work in
Just Ten Minutes.
Council held tho shortest meeting
on irccoid lnst night, bin ten inlti.
ftes being iiB'Mwry to omp!ete
c.U of the bUBine'B on hand.
On nccount 'if thn nhs.ni.n nf I
Members Sneekonberger and Seller'
rouiic 1 not take up the question
Ut liinklnL- a i.ii.nl.r nf .l.lwnll,
improemfmU. Th.ro wan nome ills. I
riiHHlon nbout weeds ,, vailous
fparts of tho cltv bero e adjournment.
DON'T WASTE MONEY
ON "FAT" DOCTORS!
Anybody Can Reduce Fat at
If you are fat .md wish to reduce,
quickly don't ,io to a hoXstylnl
rueslty Doctor'; oa jour own
specialist Appropriate to jour own
1'tJi lli Lilatti.1,. I.....1. ..t .
I.rn .1 .......... KIV'UII Thp mang)l.,l nmJ (Pa(1 l,0y of
hero mil jou .will be as capable Frank niroushek. a farmer Ilvlrg
, , !,U1,,B exinvt "' t,iere lrt ,n now novotaml. Wa found by tiuln
Hie bind, iho qiirU(icatlos are fowleH at llandnll this morning. He
and tile expemn -tuning. Secure thouaht to havn been u-rnni- l.v n
.mm your druggist one unbroken'
cuiico p.vknge of .Marmola, one-
half ouiioa Fluid TOxtrnot Cusmra
Aromatic, and thr nd one-half
tuncoa Psppcrnilnt Water, all ol
Aihl-li are hoih cheap r.nd plfntlfui
In any drug storo. Take them horn" " bours of ervlco on tha railroad
and mix thorn together by Bhaklng! w,n ,,ot ,,,, violated,
well in a large lioitl. You are now "5I
ndy to lwcome a HueooBSful fat re-' IL Gt Courtney, extra operator of
ciuclitg pia!lHt without furthot,1(' Kr,- 'ol"rnl to MnnHfloId this
liT.lnlng or pr-pnhitloii Simply morn,nK 'Hor .tetlcvlnir Johi Itlcli.
tuko a teanpoonfu
nful of this pleasant
mixture nftnr oi'.eJi mml nn.1 ! i..i 1
Hint and you will make .mora . .,'" '
ertiu uf 1' thV'H'Krtc thi, moinlnrr. T
.51,, US ?" ""' f'"";M)H,ml,,g quite heavy.'
Hiiwi in half a jour, This 'method,
or ;otting Hd oi floli Is, more
over, not only Hire and safe but
tti nArtlu aimicf1if in flu. nvoivinrci f i f
rtroii. ni., or womjii for It BMJ
rujt wlllwut Interfwlpg with onoM
diet op lusy habltIt ilOM the workl
Ladies' Trimmed Hatf.
100 stylo blaek and colors at $S.0O
.Ofarlon Clotbing & Cloak Co.
FROM A TRAIN
William Duey Is Quito Bad.
Occur Among Local Railway
Cbntles Hyle, Employed by the
Erie Das Resigned His Position
Local Railroad News.
William Titiey, ot Oberlln, who wag
formerly employed vtth the PeopYn'
Transfer company or turn city, 10
lurned to Marlon, Monday, . for 11
vluli with friends. Ho came on a
la"t lllg Pour freight niid in attempt
,lnti to alight near the pl.inl of tho
Ico and Storage company was thro a 11
and ery badly mangled. Duey was
curome to Oklahoma from lilt, hem?
1 cliy nnd wa making hla way on tho
It nppenra that the injured man
attempted to throw some of Ills has
gage, which he was carrying with
him, and Ihl cauRht. After attempt
ing to relloo It he himself was
thrown and. hurled finite u distance.
Hi head was' badly bruised as alo
were Die llmlw of liU linilv. llln hat
and one -hoeflwerc not fou.id. Ho was
given aUoiltlon by a '.oral physh Ian
and wi today aide to go on his way.
c ., i,omi)nrccl. ,.iio works s-c
and especially uhcut the left ami.
die will be off duly for a few days
on account of the Injury. Oipjr.ro-s
W. J, Hobblns and C. M. Helliran
aie iloulillivg up to twelve houin
Charlen Hloknun, who Is employed
as a galvatilzer at tho Hrl.t Huund
Hotihe was the victim of .in ictl
dent early Mondsy morning and is
today off duty. At -tji.it time Hitman
with a helper was at work, the for.
nier holding a chlwl whi -h was Ic
ing htruck by ills, helper The help
er nil Fed his ainvnt one stroke and
the right hand oMIIuNnmn wn ver?
ipnlnful'y bruised. The fledi wis
partially torn from Mio bone an J rur-
gloal attention was ncesmry. He
'Will be off duty for .onie time on
account of the tuchUnt.
,lExtra '",,'alor, a1"1 I-verm:in
?,Mri? HyIp" "r, t,,c E,,, W,1 1,aH
ccn f0r a ""mm 0f V:,M l'rvl,!
In the) capacity of extra man n (ho
road Hsib given notice to the of.l It's
of thf toad that he will le'lie and
will no longer act as tuilBtl ute.
Mr. Hyle has filled tho va'imeUH nt
hi- point niuny tlme3 and is v ry
well Known among Ioctil ullro.iders
os vellv n along the entire lines.
Hyle made his headquarters at Call n.
He will take up other work.
illeiiry Dleibtrl, , night man nt Iho
Kile gas houfee. wan the victim of an
accident Monday, night, while on
duty. Dlnbert had the middle finger
of his right hand caught In the val o
cf the air procure and hjd It vt'ry
lad'y niashcd. His Injury was vo-yj
palnnil but will not be v.ry korlons
fast ICrle pasfenger.
at Is stated nutho'rlUitlvolv In mil.
road clrclo that the Intnr-Sfa e
Commerce cominltslon, will ajon en-'
l)lo' eompotont detect I vei to s 0 that
an,".on """ operator Statler at "Urk'B
"'" Of the I.rlo.
S on the!
Misses Hat8$2 50
N".W Mla"w' ,,1,le' '""O-. black,
rMWr Sn n,'. ''"J1 n?' ,
Otnr'on QH & Cloak Co.
. ,. ,T,n .. ...... .. .
.. ...in ... ?i.yv ui) wyi vpue sKllt,
prottlly trimmed it ft.'tt, ut l.ud.
wig'- Specialty Stpjfe. ' at
ui'fi SJn,le "ome p'endid iiincpiu-ooia
Powler's 20c music ale. ' 10-3.71
Calvary Ladles will Meet with
Miss Minnie Wonder,
The Woman's Missionary society
of the Calvary Kvangelk.il church
will met 'Jhursdiiy arteruooii at 2
.1 clock n tin .homo of MIba Mlimlo
Wonder ol South Uinnd Avenue
The following program has been nr
iwljed itn tho occasion: '
l-'ovdtlon.il exercises, ilrs, J. II.
"tfol- T oin ' stoifdiml'K Lecturo
on Uilna". Mn, C. W. Hcusel.
"Our Ovn Work In Clilim" CMra.
(iiorpp li. in.
'Chrlstli'K ,tMlsdoim In China,"
Mrs. K. fs. Suyden
Song by lie l,adlea' Quartet.
RATIONAL CURE FOR ECZEMA
No More DosinK the Stomach
Cure the Skin Through the Skin
When you have a Bcratcli on your
hand c,u w"ull It out and cleanse It
and thou Hie skin cures ltnelf. You
do not take blood medicine to cure
a festered wound.
The bent skin wpeclalMs today are
agreed that the only way to aire tVo
yldh Is through the kln.
The fectthat eczema la skin ds.
ca3e and not a blood dhe.it Is evi
dent Trom statistic which chow that
nearly nil eczema BUffercrs nie p r
fectly healthy -fn flll o'her w.iys ex.
'Tit ai to- (heir skin. lr (he ec.
zema patient were re.iiy suffering
from an inward malady, the entlie
body and not only the sklii would
You can prove Immediately the re.
'Iff of a true nklll cure bv Uhln2 oil
of wlntergreen or compounded In U.
I). I). Prescription.
This liquid attacks tlio dhfase
gcniM. nuniblng them whl'e build
ing up the hcalthv tis.ucn of Iho skin.
We have now handled tlil morl'or.
Ions nnd tlioroitglily scientific remedy
for o 'one and liavo een Us relhbln
result t.0 many limes that wn freely
evpreB our confideiKe. Klocken'B
I'hnrmacy. corner Main nn.l Center
l.jdln e'lviter No, 81, Older ot
Ihc i:iisnii Slain met In regular
sesHlon Moii. ay evening and t,h '
degite wai lonfrrred ujioii one qsmi.
dldate. A stela! wiih enjoyed and
nrrnngementH were made for . a
b.'.sktt pi nie to b? held In the din.
Ing lull Jf the lodgu October 11).
Tho I'roticted Homo Circle will
miot In It1 halls tomorrow evening
at 7:80 o'clock. A good attendiin e
Ih dashed in IiuhIucb of linportaiicn
will 1 it tuuif acted
Inflammatory Rheumatism CuieJ m
Morton I.. Hill, of Lebanon. Ind..
says: "My wife had Inflammatory
lihuiiiiiatlBiu la eery muscle and
J'diit; her sunerlng wna terrible and
her body and fnr were swollen al
most beyond recognition: had been
n bed for lx weeks and had eight
physicians, but received no benefit
until she trlod Dr. Deletion's Keller
or lllieumatlsm. It gave Immedl
to relief nnd she was nblo to walk
bout In three days. 1 am sure It
raved, hpr life."
Sold by Tha Thimble Pharmacy
Irugglst, Opposite Kerr House.
Dowler's iiOc tniitc nle
"OUR AUTUMN FASHION SHOW"
Commenced Today: continues all week
jPHE STORE is ready to unfold its "Autumnal Treas
ures" to interested womenfolk this week.
Won't you accept this as a personal invitation to visit
our' immense "Exposition of the Modes of .the Hour."
Even a warmer welcome than usual awaits all visitors this
New Suits, Coat?,
Autumn's new lustrous Dress Goods and Silks.
See what's new in Gloves, Neckwear, '13eltsj Jewelry.
"Ilipless" Corsets for slender Autumn Gowns, t"
Fall and winter weight'Knit Underwear and Hosiery, etc. i
UHLER AND PHILLIPS' BUSY STORE.
Violet Brewtr is Sent Back
to Her Mother.
FATHER TIRES OF HER
Sends Her Frpm Arkansas
to Upper Sandusky.
Fear That He Would be Apprehend
ed nnd Prosecuted May Have
Caused Hla Move.
Violet Urewcr, aged nine years,
who was kidnapped by her father,
three weeks ago on her way to tho
Oluey avenue school bulldli g, wn
returned to tho borne of her mother,
Mrs. .Nellie Hrower lodny.
Unities Hrower, the father, U de
fendant In a dlvoice proceedings in
which the wife a 'ho M-eks tho cus
tody of the children. After the suit
had been filed Urewcr kidnapped the
child while die was approaching the
school building' and after drllng lo
Agosla took a train for St. Mu s
Iiter bo moved Into a small town
In Arkansas. It is thought tint ho
tired of taking care of the child n-d
font her back to Upper Sanduky,
wln-re ho has aaveial relatives. From
l'ijner Snndiu,l:y, tho wns sent I'cre.
iKyer since Urewcr left here he has
thought the authorities would learn or
hi whereabouts nnd so decided to
get out of threatening difficulties J'y
returning tho child.
CLAIMED BY DEATH
John J. Fleming of Prospect
a Victim of Paralysis. L
Funeral Services will be Held
lhnreday Afternoon Inter.
ment at Pro p?ct.
Thn do h of John J. Fleming!
u wivilfu rctlrod iV.rner, occurred
ot his home In Prospect uhortly1
ftcr foil, ("dock Tueaday inortilng.
He had wv nn Invalid lor a inini
1 er of jtaiv but tho direct cause
Of demisA Wr.R a Ktrnkn nt tmrnlvum
which iii iiBtnlncdo last I'rlday,
ROOFING and TINNING.
After having been closed for 4 months,
I wish to inform my friends and the public
generally, that I have aain opened my
place of business and am prepared to do all
kinds of Roofing and Tinning, Oalvanized
Spouting etc., etc.
My prices are right, and all work guar
anteed first class.
F. C. EDSEU,
., , fu u 1 1
Cloaks, Shirts, Waists'and'Fur"3.HQ-
The Warner & Edwards Store.
This cloth on account of Its
extra value and the fact that
it is very stylish, is in great
demand. Bron and black
stripe, carclinil'ulblnck stripe,
navy and bliu k stripe. The
stripe is narrovv The effect
75c pep yd.
V ight cardinal for children'-coats,
navy blue, brown
myrt'c Medium weight with
a beautiful finish-5.) in
75c per yd.
The debased was aged eighty,
three year' and had been a resl.
'ml of .t.i ion county for a scoro
of years I'm-vIoub tj tho tlmo of
his reHliLMc li. this county he was
a promliuii't rural resident of Dela.
vpe count. He was a highly pros,
perous f'Kimr and lie left vast farm
lands comiK.Mng one of the richest
rstntes ',11 the county.
A wld.iv and two daughters sur
lve. Tlu arc Mrs. W. K. Matt,
hews of ' tai Prospect and Jfrs.
John '.Meuhr.nt residing r Prospect.
Funeral l rvicps will be conduct,
rd from the plnce cf death Thurs.
day after moii at 2 o'clock, Rev. 11.
I-. Rcddlnli of Toledo to officiate.
Tho ronpili"! will be Intorrcil ln
tho Prospect . cemetery.
Hear Skin Coats of every stylo nnrt
co'or, ij.1.05. $2.25, $1.00 to J7.fi).
I.udwIg'B Specialty Stoie".
Dance tonight In
hall. Orchestra music.
PHONE 1 on 554.