Newspaper Page Text
THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1911.
PAGrE EIGHT " 0 : Children) Cry va hw . m Witi$ im m v :,. r s -. 15111 : : ! ymNNvsNjSN 'JCho Kind You He u Ahvnj i Bouplit, nn In use for ovor P ,.!, has borne l " i ?id ! .1 , been in.. do under hh po? CLjC&ffi;-? '", x ' onni smici'vli.loii slnco Its infancy '4-c( i. Allov. !in ao to t;ccclvo j0U jn thi3. All Counterfeits, Tm!tutlo:n r. ' "'Ht-Tt-sood'' ore but Experiments tlmt trl!:o v. lth ' health of Infants nnd CLUIrcn-Uare; .-'aieut. What is Ck Castorla Is a harmless .substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It la Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Dlorphlno nor other Narcotic substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms nnd allays IVverl.slmess. It cures IJlarrlnua and AVlnd Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It asslmllatoN tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and towels, gUlng healthy an I natural sleep. Tho Children's Panaee.i-Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS Bears the Signature of &fM6&u The Kind Yon Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Yearc THC CtWTUr f O'1-AHV K ik 1C 9k 9tC k HC ALL THE NEWS FROM EVERY PART m w m vkkk KIRKPATRICK Klrl p.itrick. O., l'ob. -1. Mr Clydn Houpt of Marlon wns the guest of Jlr. C. A. Howe and family Sun Uay. Mr. Minor Iilnn spent Sunday in Mansfield. Mr. Charles "Wolr of near Calcitonin was tho truest of TV'uiu Dawson and family Sunday. Mrs. Johnson was tho guest of frlendH In Caledonia Friday. r? w ti MAKES We want to be your friend so let us sup ply you with coal. YES we carry a line of feed of all kinds. ENTERPRISE GOAL & FEEO COMPANY A. Korlo Phone W. C. V. Wcrley 912 Ben net bt. FACTS With dining room domes, gas portables and fancy glassware we are fully pre pared to meet your very wants. A big showing of the latest designes in chande liers. It will pay you to look over our stock. HILDRETH & PACE 118 E. Church Phone 593 I CRLL PHONE L-mi and we will come at once for lhal package of laundry, and return it to you in TIP TOP SHAPE Yes We do dry cleaning, MODEL LAUNDRY OUR COAL WARMFRIENDS for Fletcher's mm t 5cWN ' as bccu uturo of h KsJh- . Vw u ifl. .lrOTnttT NtWYOBKCITy. 4 ik OF THE COUNT X Mrs. Ulrnm Hipshcr nnd son tes ter of Caledonia were tho gin'Hts f O. K. Xonl Saturday and Sunday. Miss Klma Itrooks spent Saturday and Sunday with friends In Ada. Mr. II. S. Jones and family wnro tile Kiiofts of a. W. Xcul and family Saturday. Mlssos Edith and Btliel Wolr, Grace tlinamou and Hazel .Veal wcro the Biiests of Miss Dlmmlo Clutter Sun day. WALDO Waldo. Ohio. Tub. 4. Tho fourth number of tho lecture course was Given Saturday to a crowded house, and was highly appreciated. Mr. Uollliarz Js certainly a high class im personator, ubly assisted in tho musl i ,il part of tho program by Mrs. Bcll harz. The ilflh regular number will be February lltli and one more ex tra nm be given, which will bo Blv llig seven numbers this year, on what has proven tho most satisfactory eourso for several years. An iinili1r-iit incurred l'rldav OX'CII- lng when a horso driven by Henry UiarhUor and lid IlruniBrath became frightened at an automobile Just Houlh of town. The men anu norso es caped Injury but tho buggy wua bad ly broken. ' Tho Ladies' Aid society of tho Re formed church wcro entertained Wed nesdny afternoon by Mrs. John Britsch at her homo north of town. W. C. Michel und Scott Hawison woro Marlon visitors Thursday. Mrs. John Gompf was a Murlon visitor ono day tho past week. v. McUllinnv of near Columbus, formerly of this place, spent sevorul days tho past weoic visaing iriunua here. (Mr. and Mrs. D. AVatt wero Ma rlon visitors Krldny. Villlani Prallt'k of Marlor visited at Aaldi Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Loucll and Kon of Marion were guests of Miss Klora llousoworth Saturday and Sun duy. vr nmi Mrs. I21va Whltcman and dauglitcr Tolodo visited several days thjn week with Mr. Wlilteman's par-i-nu at this place J. Barton who has been buying tlm ber in this locality tho past year returned to his homo at IBucyrus Tuesday. Miss Ida Shroats went to Marlon MVinday where sho will remain sov oral woeks. "Miu Knvn Mvors oiitortalnod Miss Shlrloy Schnollmuoh of Marlon over Sunday. , itrii Timpiih nland who has been awuy for hor health for tho past fow months, is at home tins wock, .urn. Bland is apparently Innirovod In ,Mr ii nd Mrs. neorco nnuiii were Murlon visitors Tuesday. Walter Kllrmle. William Ulngert and John Wlor woro In Columbus Monday attending tho Throshcrmoua eonventlon being hold In that city. Quito a number of pooplo from this place uttondod tho corn show at Co lumbus. , Miss Bertha Augenstlno -wont to Marlon Wednesday, to bo tho guest of friends for about a wcok. Clifford Conkliu was a Marlon via- .... rn.muilntl liur iuiom'v Ik ... Joshua Itoblnson is nun l"" ' at his homo hero. Mrs It. W. Gubler has been on tho si U list tho past week. j F. Brumdlgo Is under tho doc tors care. Uunlol Solandors, Charles Smith and Otto Apt woro in Marlon Monday ,n attendanco at a. special meeting or tho Odd Follows. Mr. nd Mrs. BUa Oroll were Ma rlon visitors Sunday. Carl Mclley Is thanking Ids friends for tho largo number of cards re ceived on his birthday. The young people will enjoy a skato at tho band hall Saturday night. MEEKER Mocker, O., Feb. , Tho members and their friends of tho Epworth league wero very nldely onlortalncd at tho homo of Mr. kind Mrs. John Brunncr Friday ovcning. Tho ovcnlng was spent with chats nnd contests of which Ulio prizes wcro awarded to Bessrs. lliu-vey Mclntlro and Orn Ford. .Light refreshments woro served. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Cookston and son Donald visited from Friday un til Tuesday with relatives at Logan county. Dcwlllls Davis and daunhtcr Mario wero Marlon shoppers Saturday. Mrs. KuRcnc Thompson nnd Mrs. Lyda Davis nro on tho sick list. John Jlogan and John Cloincnts north of town aro visiting friends nnd relatives at Trumbo county for a fow weeks. . Mr. and .Mrs. Uarl Thomas and sons Uarkcr and Paul visited at tho homo of Sir. and Mrs. Frank Morral cast of town Sunday. Mrs. Itinchart and daughter Clnylo returned homo Friday after a threo week's visit at the homo oC Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Spangler. 13. 15. Mason was a business visitor at Marlon Saturday. Jlarry Holmes went to Mansilcld Tuesday .to Visit relatives there a few weeks. Mrs. Carl Davidson of Marion vis ited nt tho home of Mr. and Mrs. 13. 13. Kerr north of town front' Satur day until Monday. 13rncst Mason north west of town was tho guest of his couslni Dale Ithoads from Friday till Monday. Muo Horton Young of Agotjta vis ited at tho Juno Spraguo limu a few das last week. Misses Cecil Spraguo and Graco Ho gnu wero entertained by Jlr. aiiX Mrs. Harvc Mclntlro Sunday ovciiling. Wilson Irvon and Harry Forry were 'b business visitors nt Agosta wcro business visitors nt Agosta Wcd- Mrs. Dora Brltton, cast of town Is Visiting her daughter Mrs. Wess Jcnncr southwest of Marlon. Saturday morning a nine pound daughter was horn tn Mr. and Mrs. VIcnner.. Mrs. Jcnncr was formerly Mlsa Johanna Brltton. .Tniir. llatflrld returned homo Fri day after visiting friends and rcla- lives ut Marlon and ainnsnoiu. Juno Spraguo wns a business vis itor at Marlon Thursday. Mrs. Harry Forry and children Jose phlno and Rudolph wcro guests at tho Horace Cookbton homo Tues day. MARTEL. Murtel, Ohio, Fob. 4. Mrs. Myrtlo Downs Is vIsltliiB In Marlon at thla writing. i.Mrs. Cnsslo Harly and daughter Lu olla nro siiendlng u few days with friends In Columbus. lrs Markcy has mvoved hor family to their now homo near Lexington, Ohio. Mrs. Maud Cypllcrs visited with Mrs. Cliarlos Bulllngcr in Bucyrua 'piiiirminv nmi Friday. (Mrs. Adda Wtauffcr, Mrs. Binma iimiiiv. m. Itcrtha. spent Saturday in Marlon. Mrs. 'Maud Crissinger gave a rag ber of ludles wero hero and n good ber o fludles wcro thero and a good tlmo was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Jennlo Winters was taken to tho hospital at Gallon for an opera tion for appendicitis. Preaching at tho Methodist church on Sunday afternoon ut two o'clock. (Mrs, Elmer Ilorlck Is quite sick with neurullga of tho splno. "agosta. (Agosto. Ohio, Feb. 1. Prof. F. W. Stoll, of Marlon, was calling on friends in this vlllago Wcdnosday. i.Mrs. It. E. Prettyman and Mrs. DeLeal Clarko wero tho guests of their brother, Charles Hathaway, of Urbanu, .Wednesday. Mrs. II. AV. Toblus was a Marlon shopper, Wodncsday. Miss Ethel Wlthrow. spent a por tion of tho week with Marlon friends. Miss Helen Wilson spoilt tho wcok with hor sister Mrs. James Crowloy, of Lulluo. LMrs. A. I. Johnson, spent Wednes day In Marion. mih Anna Mario Howard, oi Ma rlon, was a guest of Miss Edna Dut- ton, Monday. lMr. (1. Knvder left for u Visit with friends In Gallon, Thursday. A lanco will bo given In tno upora Houso hull. Thursday evening, Feb. 9th. IMtss Mary Ann Lono is visaing at the T. J. Kccgan homo In Marlon at present. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Benson re turned to their homo In Pittsburg, Pa., after n short visit with tho lat tex's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. "Tho New Doctor," Is tho tltlo ot the play which will 1jo produced by tho Vaughn Glaser Drauwitlc club, under tho direction of Miss ,'Anmi Mario Howard of Marlon, in tho near future. Mrs. Lawrenco Luvlso left for a visit with Marlon frlonds Wodncsday. 'Mr. Charles Spraguo, of Meokor, was a business visitor hero Saturduy. Mr. and Mrs. Waltor Hl'tfkman and i.n.lnt, nt f-Hnelnnntl nro guests of tho former'H father, Mr. Tunis Hick man at present. 'Mrs. Leota Miller, of Waldo, ar rived Thursday, for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Jenny Grim. Mrs. Charles Mapes and daughter Frances, loft for a visit with La Iluo friends Thursday. . Mrs. Pleasant Trumbo and daugh ter, Lyulu, woro Murlon uhoppors, Friday. Mr. Archibald Lldtnan, hub roium- od'ufter a vult with rotatlvca in Bollo toutoluo. PROSPECT Prospect, O., Fob. 4. Wednesday evening Fob. 1. a private ball was hold ut tho township houso undor tho management of W 13. Uoberts. About twenty-llvo couples attended and tho danoo "was a great success. It Is un derstood that a private ball will bo held every two weeks hereafter, under tho sumo management. Sov cral couples wcro present from Ma rlon. f Mr. Kylo a former Prospect boy, who for tho past thro years lias been in Texas and Kansas City, Mo., re turned to Prospect recently and trill stay for on Indefinite time Mr. Nell' J. Oast was at ColunYbua, Tuesday IMrs. Jannetto Lower of Marlon was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T, N. Mason tho past week. Itcv. M D. Dunlgurduer and Mr. Herman Kuchncr wcro at Columbus Tuesday. The daneliiK class In Prospect, un der tho Instructions of Mchwlngur of Mai Ion Is getting alono nicely. Mr. E. M. Stockwell I8 selling out tho grocery department of his storo and remodeling tho Interior of his store room so ng to carry u larger stock of, dry goods! boots and shoes. Mrs. J. B. Sclielt of Columbus, spent Wednesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Showoltor, of Pros pect. Mr. M. E. Thlbaut has recently pur chased ii farm near Marysvlllo, nnd will movo his family there somo tlmo In March. Miss Mnble Wottrlng was tho .guest or Columbus friends several das tho past, week. Itcv. A. It. Woodworth of DcOraff, will preu'eh nt tho Hiptlst church, Sunday, both morning and evening. Ollsg Grace It. Miller, one of Pros pect's charming ,young Indies V'nd tho daughter 'of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Miller, was united in marriage to Mr. Eugene A. Klmmcl of Carey, Wednesday. The ceremony took pluco at noon nt tho home of tho bride's parents In the presence of tho Im mediate relatives, Itcv. Lovl Hito of Marlon officiating. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Klmmcl will resldo nt Tarey. Ohio, whero Mr. Klmmcl is engaged In tho hard ware business. At tho homo of tho bride's uncle. Itcv S. S. Klrts of Columibus, Thurs day, Jan. ?6, 1911. Miss Dollle Hum gardner wns united In marriage to Mr. Verne Kyle, two popular young peoplo of Prospect. They will re side nt tho homo of tho grocWu parents north of town. Sovcral fnrmer In this vicinity have opened up their sugar camps and have made sovcral gallons of sjrup already. Vord has been received that -Mrs. pect and now of Cleveland, has been pect and now o fCloclund, hus been married to a traveling salesman by tho uamo of Anthony. Tho marriage occurred somctimo during tho holi days. Mr. Guy Maize who has been as sistant agent of tho C. D. & M. at Prospect, resigned his position Sat urday. Ho accepted a position with tho Prospect Lumber Co., and began his duties Wednesday. Mr. C. L. Ilollcnbeck was at Co lumbus Friday, on business. Mr. W. McCalllster ot Itlchwood, wiih at Prospect Wednesday ovcnlng. Mr. Wutt Wutklns, a well known and highly respected citizen ot Pros pect, died at his homo Thursday ev ening about 8 o'clock, after being sick slnco 'Monday, lie was 73 years of age. ' MORRAL Morral, 0., Pob. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Messenger have returned to their homo In Big llaplds Michigan after a plcavmt visit wun .Mr. unu Mrs. Frank Young, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Warner and other relatives. Miss Hazel Schultz delightfully en tercnlncd a small company ot young peoplo Saturday night. Music was en joyed and light refreshments served Tho following young people wcro cn tcrtnlncd: Misses Mildred Washburn, Marguerite Shoots Boma. Welsh, Hazel Schultz. Mcsrs. Bert Cilm. Arthur Wiley, Dwlght Htouffcr, and Harold Schultz. Mrs. W. W. Morral, Mrs. Sarah Blbler, MIsh Hazel Lupton, Mr. and Mra r. i. HrlilL'o and daughter Charlotte, Mr. C F. Cottrell and S. M. Stouffcr vera Marlon visitors Saturday. ; Mr. M. C. Metz of IJiltuo was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,C. J. Schultz Sunday and Monday. Mr. und Mrs. A B. Sloop returned to their homo In Columbus Frlduy, after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Sloop s parents Mr. anu Mrs. i. v . Welsh. Littin Miss Muo Ilarvoy of soiitn of town was a giii.st of her uunt Mrs. Anna Strawder last week. Mls3 Adda Norton returned butur- ,tnu nvnnllll? frillll n visit With llCr sister Mrs. Arils Ithoads In Marlon. Miss Roma Wilsh returned Satur day from a visit with Miss Ethel Jollcy of near Itlchwood. Misses Pearl Crlm und Irono Miller of Marlon wero guests of tho for mers parents Mr. ana Mrs. u. w. Crlm Sunday. Mrs. C. J. Schultz as a Marlon visitor Wednesday Mr. George Hess or Chicago June Hon was a guest at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Welsh Sunday. .T. T Pradv returned Friday from a business trip to Chicago and Deca tur Indiana. Mr. S. E. Jtcck has, returned from a visit with relatives In Galllpolls. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Mooro huvo been called to Quaker City by tho death of Mr. Mooro'B mother. They wero accompanied to Quaker City by Miss Ethel Caskey. Mr. und Mrs. J. O. Livingston and llttlo daughter of Marlon wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Martin Tues- ,1 11 V, Jesso Forrest has returned to his homo In Oceloa after a visit with his bister Mrs. C. W. Weiwt. O. M. Smith wus a Columbus visi tor Monday. Mrs. C B Mount of north of Meeker was n guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. A, Martin Monday. Mrs. G. W. Mahuffey has returned from a visit with friends in Tiffin and Upper Sandusky, Mrs. H. A. Martin was a visitor In Marlon Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wolst wcro Marlon visitors Wednesday. Messra. S. E. and W. W. Morral loft Thursday evening for Milwaukee Wisconsin to atend tho National Can iters' Convention. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Brldgo at tended the funeral of Mr. Isaau Bcntloy Thursday near Harpstor. Messrs. E. IltiggliiH und Hurry GUI of Murlon were business visitors In .Morral Frlduy. Mr. N. J' Osbun returned Monday night from a trip to Portsmouth, Dayton, and Cincinnati, Mr. James H. Bently has again been called to tho bedside of his father Jay Bently who Is seriously ill from his home at ltoclc Creek. Do Not Be Misled by ltfllfrril V. s. rt. uraeo WALTER ESTABLISHED 1780 Mrs. Lizzie Hose and daughter." Lottie and Ilattle left Thursday ovcnlng for Columbus whero they will make, their future home. GREEN CAMP Grpon Cntnn. O.. Feb. I Uevhnl meetings nro being conducted nt tho Methodist church by Knv. M. C. Wise ly, tho pastor. Tho song service is a special feature of the meetings. Itcv. AVIslcy Is nsslfited by sovcral ablo singers from Mnrlon. Mm. Tiln Mi-fli-llmul wns called to Tiffin, Ohio, the Mist of tho week by the serious illness or tier motner, .Mrs Wagoner. LaMonlo Davis was a guest of rela tives at Lima from Saturday until Mondny. ' .Malcolm Porter moved his family to tho residence of Mr. Bert Leach Tuesday. Mr. Leach will occupy tho Fletcher property on tho Marlon and Green Camp pike. Charles Bcynoldu iwis a business visitor nt Itlchwood V'ctlncs,'ay. William Brown a civil war veteran Is In very poor thcnlth ut his homo In our village. As a farewell courtesy to Mr. and Mrs. William Folk of north of Green Camp, tho following neighbors gath ered at their home Sunday and enjoy ed a sumptous spread at tho noon hour: Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bricker, Mr. and Mrs. John Bricker, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry .Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Hlnklc, Mr. and Mrs. Jirtin Un euphcr, Mr. und Mrs. Charles Un cupher and son George, Mr. and Mrs. William Ikciwau and children Harry and Mildred, Mr. mid Mrs. Frank Ax thelm and llttlo daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hclg and MIsb Einuiii Un caphor. Mr. and Mrs. Folk will In n short time inoo to their now homo on a farm near Ashley, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. John Dotwllor nnd sons visited Sunday xvlch Mr. and Mrs. M W. Ward. Mr. Bert Clark of Mciidon, Ohio, is visiting his cousins 'Mr. Hubert Petty and Mrs. Elly Lyon and their famil ies. Mrs. Frank Thtmnns nnd son George xx-cro at Marsallles. Ohio, last xveek at tending, tho funeral ot their relative Samuel Dutt. Mrs. Edxxard Lltroll and son tvon noth of near Springs, Ohio wero guests last week ot Mrs. Ernest An derson. CALEDONIA Caledonia, Feb. 4. Mrs. G. W. Ault nnd Miss M. Schllentz xvoro tho Continued on Pago Throo. A A FORE DOOR SIX-CYLINDER, 45 H. P., I28-in. MODEL A Miiudiird Touring Cur 5 Poro l)Mr Touring Car 5 Mglit Tuiirlnir llouitblcr Torpedo MODKI, Touring Cur, ft I'aiMOiiKcr Distributor : Manufacturer: K THE GENUINE Baker's Cocoa and Baker's Chocolate bear this trade -mark on every package, and are made only by BAKER & Don't Neglect Your Fire Insurance FRED W. PETERS 110 1-2 South Main Street There's a Difference in Coal. Our several grades In' both hard and soft con! are the best thai our long experience In tho coal business has boon able to procur. It's bettor to order coal while tho weather condition! are favorable tor handling It economically. Phone 21. The Ohie Milliing & Elevator Co. CITY NATIONAL BANK. COK.OIAIN AND CENTER SIS. ' CAPITAL STOCK $100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits, $38,000. OFFICEIIS t. A. MERCHANT, President. D. II. MNCOLN, Cashier. . D. II. GRISSINGKR, Vlco- rrcflldont. J. II. WETMOUE, Aast. Oaahlor A filmro of your banking buslnoss solicited. Bafo Deposit Boxes for Kent. Interest paid on Deposit. DIRJSOTOUS: ' . Isnao A. Merchant, F. A. Hubcr, D. R. Crissinger, James B. G nth cry, John 1). Owens, Dr. O. E. pnivycr, Busby I. Sweeney, Otiarlea II. McEIvy, Goorgo W. King, Qcorgo IS. Salmon, A. B. Cboner, E. Ilroivno. Dan Evaiui f MOTOR REPAIRING WIRING, FIXTURES, BELLS, ETC. Davis Electric Co. E1tr;ScwJ,h 136 N. State-Phone 1308. I A. INihsongor, $8,51X1 I'asucuRcr, SB.ftOO iNihsenecr, Sil.ROII A BnsucnKcr, $:t,(IUU X. f $!!1BBH Q. C STOLTZ Stevens-Duryea Company, Chicopee Falls, Mass. Imitations ! GO. LTD. DORCHESTER, MASS. $3,500 WHEEL BASE, I 'nro Door Touring Car, 5 I'msciiger $3,000 Mght Touring ItouiUtor, -1 ruwenger $2,850 MOimn Y Hlx 0 Under U0 II. V. VH In. Whool ItiibO. Tom lug Car 7 l'aHseiiKLT $1,000 rru Door Touring Cur, 7 I'liHMCiigcr .. $1,100 Marion, Ohio Jf A- j i fi Ml V i-