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The Easter
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FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE!
Look Boys Come to this store and get a ticket that entitles you to a
FREE chance on the BASE BALL GOODS to be given away. Come in and
sign your name and get a ticket, absolutely FREE. You may draw a Catch
er's Mit, a G-love, a Ball, Bat, etc. j ? t
The Haberman Hardware Co.
GRIM REAPER
GATHERS FLOWER
iHfiiul b'ou or Mr. Si ml airs, cheater
. . ; ( Spain Dies.
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Dcuth came to Horry Kdward the
Infant hoii of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester
Spain ,at their homo on Herman
Btrcct at C:30 o'clock this morning.
Tho baby wh'ch was two months of
age, had been 111 for nearly a
week. Besides , tho -parents a sister
Hotter Than Spanking-
Spanking docs not cure children oi
bed wotting. Thoro is a constitu
tional cause for this trouble. Mrs.
M. Summers, nox W, Notro Darae,
ind., will send frco to any mother
hor successful liomo treatment, vith
full Instructions. Send no monoy
put wrlto hor today If your children
trouble you In this way. Don't
blame the child, the chances are It
can't holn It. This tnoatment also
cures adults and aged pooplo trou
Mod with urlno difficulties by day.
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DeVeny's New Store
Was Opened Today for Business
There was no ceremony attending. No music, but crowds thronged tho
store all day, attracted by the high quality merchandise at lowest prices.
Most Complete Stock
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery, Underwear, Laces, Ribbons, Fancy Combs,
Umbrellas, Suit Cases, Shelf Hardware, Dinnerwaro, Glass, Tinware, etc. etc.
Your every want is here.
EVERYIOING IS
Wo want the public to know that wo will make a practice of selling re
liable merchandise at lower prices than are found elsewhere. A trial wlil bo
ample evidence of this.
Everything from a Pen to a Switch Engine
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I 1st door north Ohls Decorating Company. South Main Street.
VBaBBMMaWHMBaMHMBBBWaaWHB
; Supply Your Easter
Toiiight At This Big
Store For Men!!
Newest Suits and Top Coats Tans,
Greys arid Blues best values in both
pronounced and conservative styles
Suits and Top Coats . . . ' .'? $15 to $30
Get Your Easter Bat Here 'this is Mar
ion's best Hat store
is easy to find in our
New Neckwear New
Macken &
HEBASE
Cleo survives.
Tho boily will bo shipped to Wdg
v.ny tomorrow morning at 8. SO
o'clock and Interment will bo made
at that place.
To Cute, a Cold in cum Dny
Tako LAXATIVE BkOMO Quinine
.Tablets. Druggists refund monoy If
Itfalls to euro. R. W. GROVK'S sig
nature Is on each box. 25c.
Place your (lro lnsuranco with Mc
Colloy & Warrington, Hubor block.
Phono LrlG88. Next door to tho
Wlroloss Telegraphy.
1-31-tu-sat tf
Kimortli j. K.
D, II, Ualloy, pastor.
Sunday school, 9 a. m. J. II. Vlr
den, Htiporlntendent.
Communion service, 10:UU a. in.
Junior league. a;3() p. m. !
Kpvvortli league, (1:30 p. in. '
Class meetings, C:30 p. iin.
Easier song service, 7:30 p. in. A
special program has been prepared
by tho choir for this occuhIou.
All uro welcome.
I3ny Henlty fc Long's oxfords, 1
THE STORE THAT SELLS FOR
BRAND NEW, DIRECT FROM
Wants
the Hat you want
big stocks, $2 to $5
Hosiery New Shirts
Smith
The Easter
Store
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Pi Kin, April 15- After mun vexa
tious tlelas the $.10,000,000 loan agree
mont tor the establishment of a uni
form turrency syBtem In China wn
signed toi?ay. American. French, l'ng
llsh ami German financial grouts are
behind the leun, which was llrst nego
Mated by an American syndicate
mado ui) -of J. P. Morgan & Com
pr.ny, Kulin, Loeb & Company, the
National bank and the First National
bunk or Now York. Part of the
monoy will bo oxponded In tho de
velopment of Manchurlu. The banks
Involved will bo given six months
to npprova tho scheme.
.Million Lodge, No. 402, 1C. of P.,
conferred tho 'pagu degrao on one can
didate at ft woll-nttondod meeting held
Friday ovoulng.
New York, Apll IB The "also ra
club" comprising eleven member of
the Manhattan club whoso mimes
were mentioned by tho legislature
during tho long contest for tho
Pulled .States scnntorshlp, are to bo
gncstx of honor at a dinner tender
ed Putted Slates S'einlor .Tunics A.
O (lornin hero on April 2'J.
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THE FACTORY !
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SCEKOF RAID
Police Search House For
Intoxicating Liquors,
MRS, HARVEY UNSUCCESSFUL
Pleads For Husband to Re
turn to Her.
Mrs. llrniiMin of Ornnt Awimo Will
Ho Charged AVIlli Keeping n. I'lnco
Wlioro Intoxicating Ijlipiors Are
Kept 1'or .Sali Airs. Hurvoy H I'n
Hiittvifcfiil In Her Attcnipi to TnUo
Husband Hack lloine.
Aboli 10:3" lilday night, the poll
ere Informed that It was tho oppor
tuno moment tn raid tho home nf
Mrrt. A. DratiMiii rolotod, of Grant
treet an fi"' n number of peoph
urro making m.-riiy within the diwll
lag. Accordlimh CHpiain Pond, fIIl
(.r Jones mid Powell luiHtencd t"
Hie Bcono of die fcgtlvitlcu and
searched tho Ikjiibu.
On tho Inxi.i. the oIllcerH found n
i miliar of M.ii inn's eltliiens, both
ulilttt and blin u They also dlsrover
cl onu lull i isn of iK'er, mi einptv
or the h.i mi- lieveragi" and soin'
whlKkey.
Alt nllldnv t ns llleil Tor the nr
r -t of'. Mrs. Iirauson, eharglng bcr
vith keOPlng i place where Intoxl
i iting llciiiors .ire kept for sale as
a bevcnlgo. AIIIioukIi the house Is
i prlvrito dwelling It Is wild that tin
eidenco will show that It Is a place
of public resort. Mir. liransou has
mirrlod but does not llvo with her
husband.
Airs. Knmk Harvey, of Claveland.
who hns' been .hihmhIIiik tho last few
divs In tlio liiy, atleinptliiK to lit
ihni' liur luisbund to roturu to
Cleveland and live with her did not
d'iart for her hotnn yesteriUy nonn,
ttlan sho slnrtid for the Union de
pot Sho rotmni'd to the police stn.
lion and roneued her effor'.s to ob
tain an Interx l w with b r husba'nd
a Itli such i)eritiiucy tlii't sho was
ueeessful.
1'ayliiB nil NpeiiM's she hired n
livery riff aipl purHuadliiR Ollleer
bines to cconi;.Hiiy her, shg drove to
the homo of 1 ItusneU north of the
ilt and by r irl!iifr to slrateKJ" of
ine sort, drnii lwek triumphantly
with her IuisImiuI In f iv.
t the pollei stntion, Harvey woiftS
nut allow Chi. f Klinefelter to leave
him iiluiie as In feared his wife would
thn u poison' in his eyes. He claims
thai -he lf iitlimptod to poison him
a iiuriiber Of times. Hurvoy Is a
sleklv looking mnn. whllo Ills wire
woiil.l Up tin eale close lo 17C
pounds Ho has his reasons to bo
airaM of hor.
Mr- Hnrvo pleaded with her ltus
band th"i- entire afternoon. About r:30
o'eloilt. f'hliif Klinefelter (?row tired
of tho JhhsIIok and ordered them out
of the stutluu,, Hurvoy boarded a bIx
o'clock car 'W his borne In the
eountry. It ls;sald that Mrs. Itnrvoy
decldod that1 lier trip to Sliilon was
made In valir and icturned to Clovo
Innil. 4 Xolliv.
Tho danre which wns to br Klven
by .Marlon Lod'fto, Xo. 402, K. of P.,
llondui', April -1,7. has been postponed
until further notice. li
SMALL-POX
HOL'SICIIOIiDKItS ci'tiom:ii
How III Avoid CoMukIoii.
Vacclniition and the use of a ic
liablo dlsliifeetiint nro recoKiilzed us
tho best preventatives. Tho Inst
thlii); at alKht pour Into the traps or
the closets washbasins, sinks, clc,
Just a little Piatt's Chlorides. Place
where disease gurnis may develop,
nooks behind plumbing and nl! -(Mits
that tun't be reached by the kcrub
bliiB brush should bo freely sprinkled
with a mixture of ono (1) part of
Piatt's Chlorides nnd ten (10) parts
of water This dilution costs Ions
than r. cents a quart. Do not noi?
lect u liberal sprlnklliu: of tho cellar"
lo remove objeotlonublo odors where
sprJukllng Is inudvlsable. keep a cloth
or sponge moistened with the dilution
mentioned. A lltt'o extra euro just
now may prevent much sickness ami
expense Piatt's Ghlorldes is an odor
less, colorless liquid disinfectant which
Instantly destroy foul odors and
disease.bieedlng matter. It Is
sold by druggists everywhere in full
quart bottles, ami j8 piepaied only
hy Henry II, PJatt.
Hook with Hftiiltiiry Information
mailed free on Writing to 12 Cliff St.
New York. 4-lB.Ct.
Mrs V B noinbsugh ana son, Qirl
ore Columbus vlsltols ovor the week
end.
PUPS D
Don't buy oxfords until jou look li
Hentti & hong's window.
STRPiW "HftTlWITH
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LAST CORPS COMMANDER
TO RE HOHORI GUEST AT
WAR SURVIVORS' DINNER
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Ni w Yml. April l.'i One of tl-e
Prst k nib eiviininl ei'lebratlnns of
clill war exeiits will be nt the dinner
at Hotel Hector April 21 for the sur
vivors of the 'Pwelftii New York re
ginient, at which the guest of honor
will be the venerable. CenerHl Daniel
H. Sickles, the last surviving corps
command) r of the federal army. ,
The Twelfth rexjinent marched
aw a ytoward the front April 21. 1801,
Just six duva after President Lincoln
Issued bis call for "B.oon volunteers
It participated In ninny battles
There are about 100 survivors, nearly
half of whom live In this city, of
fleers of the present Twelfth regi
ment, national guard of Xew York,
successor to the wartime organisation
will uttend the (Inner uinl fraternise
with the Veterans.
General Hlckle. who W a graduit
of the old Twelfth, is in his eighty
sixth jour. He live on Fifth aveniiin
The general conitnNndiil the Third
army corps at 'lettytfburg. where hi
lost his right le. In 1897 the con
gressional medal of honor was ion
rerred union General Sickles "lor
most dlstlnguialiod giilltintry In action
at C.ettvrtmrg. July 2, 1803. dtalplay
ed on the fleld of 'battle before and
after the loss of his leg while com
manding the Third army "con."
General Sickles aflso fought In the
ha Mies of Pair OaKa. Malvern Hill.
AntletHin, the Seven Day's battle be
fore Ulehmond and in other Import
ant i-ng'igements.
Xew Yoik April 16-So Intent were
Jacob Culler and his tlanoeo, Ml"
Mury Illoomllold, on telling each
..li...- ,.il ilii, ....uriilmm nf their young
Uouls that they wanderoil one llighi
alxve Miss Illoomneiua nm in
Market street apartment houne. Here
1 what followed:
Anmlier tenant mlstixik the pull
for burglars anil shot Jllsa PloomtleU
In the thigh.
' Shots were tired from M front win
dow to urouso tho nelglfborhiiiid.
One thousand iieraouH awm lllled
tlio street.
The Madison street reserves were
cnlleil out.
Policemen with drawn revolvers In
adet the uiwrtmeut house.
Tho man who did the shooting was
taken lo the station under eacort of
tt pliiloon of lKillee.1
, Aftw (luestionlng all parties. It
vim derlilp a mistake had been
.mil all were iIIsiiiIsmmI.
See Hoatty & Long's window.
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the Mililsteis Association will meet
Monday at 10 A. M. at tho Public
Library. There will be symposium
on the "llesnrrectlun." bsl by Hev
I'M:. Zeehlel.
Ile.itti & Long's oviorit -loio.
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THANKS FOR
EXTRHESSION
Ex-Governor Kitchin, of
North Carolina, Opens
Depate on Canadian
Reciprocity.
Hy United Pross Wlrn.
Washington, April 15. -The new
Oemoirutle house today began Its for
mal cmiMldi ration of President Taft'j
Ciiuiiillun leolproclty agreement with
the certainty of enacting It into law.
Ilcpi'cseiitiitlvs Wltchln. Ueinoerat.
North Carolina, opened the "general
dibatf" on tho measuie In a ringing
H"iili upon Demoirtitli pilnclples.
'V nutli d Oemoer.uy gies thanks
Micuuiatlsm tmrcil in 21 Hours
T. J. Dlackmore, ot HsJler A
Rlackmore, Pittsburg, l'a., Bays: "A
short tuno slnoo I procured a bot
tie of Dr. Detclion'a Relief for Rheu
matUm, It got me out ot tho housa
In 21 hours. I took to my bod with
rhoumatlsm nine months ago and
Dr. Dotchon's lloljof for IlheumaUam
la tho only medicine, tilat did mo an.
good. I nod Uvg of tho hoBt phy
slclana In tho city, hut I roetvo
very little relief from them, I know
Dr. Dotchon'n Rollef for Rhoumstlsm
to ba what It la represented and ak
pleasure In recommending It to otb
er poor sufferers."
8old by Tho DumbU Pharmioy,
Drtwlkt, Opi. Karc llousi.
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Wc bi' I" aimouiifc tlint, us a mutter oi' safe
guarding ,our trade, our entire store will bo ef
fectively fumigated each night after clpsiug.
Formaldehyde -
As a preventative for SMALLPOX
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Probably the most ell'eclive agent for tho
prevention of tho .spread of disease. There
fore every home in Marion should be deadly in
earnest in Ire keeping away of the very much
feared disease which is i nour midst just now.
We have L)i'nialdqliyde in different siac
bottles, suitable to any
labeled with directions
ing without I lie necessity of buying expen-
sive inipleinents.
Quart Bottles .Formaldehyde, Crafts, each 75c 1
Pint bottles Formaldehydq, Crafts, each 40c f
X 8 ounce bottles Fornialdchvde, Crafts, each 25c V
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will probably save many a household from un
told worry if nothing more.
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The Rexall Store
Telephone 19(5
ZZtZlilllllilfy
nnd gratltudo to the president for
grunting us the extra session and
theruby the opportunity to quicken
the fullllnieut of our pledge madd to
the people," said Kitchin. "How welt
and how faithfully we have embraced
the opportunities so fur, the proceed
ings of the last ten days will show.
I will match these achievements of
the last ten days of any Republican
congress In the last decade."
The Druids transacted regular busl
r at a meeting held Thursday ev-cnlni;.
Do Your Clothes Need Dry Cleaning For Spring?
Yi lender u quality (siniplaln l-proof serilce In Dry Cleaning mill
djlug. The particular hcriico mo render In this work Mill Mirprlho
ou in Us result. It means practically a new gariucnl for tlio price of
dry cleaning. Let us cull.
Phono 401
Sale Extraordinary
50c paid for worn out Tin Wash Boilers
$1 paid lor worn out Copper Wash Boilers
regardless of condition
one of our famous $3.50
I -per washb oilers with soap shaver, a cover hanger
and Hook Handles. There is a limited number of
these to be sold this way, so hurry.
THE HABERMAN HARDWARE GO.
NORTH MAIN STREET
Ackerman & Lowe Pianos
I'lolmbly no other Hivt class piano lias hlunm hucli marked Ini-
piOMiienlh ns tho ACK1CUMA.Y .V.- l,OWl. J &
MUSIOAIjM' It nppeuls to tlio most critical and biitlillcs thy high- ?
est AUTISTIC rcqulrcnicnt. r i
COSI.M1:uCIAIjIY tho Ackernmu .v. i) pianos hlioulit apiieal t
especially to Aliulon people, IicIiik it product or .Marlon's SKJhfr, f
I'NTKIlI'lllsr, and OAIMTATi, ami Is sold by (ho makers direct
Mllliout Internicillalo prolllM nnd expenses, 'iin,c(iuciitly nt u loner
price t lum uny other pUmos yon can buy. AVc cordially Invito our
IllbpCl'tlOII, at
H. Ackerman's Music Store
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Monteruir, N. J., April 16 Because
one uf the socltty girls of Montclulr
lost $40 , In u. brlil8UfKU irtL
Itecarder Henry L. Yost nnnounceu
that the alr-tlght state gambling
laws of ISSSivlll be enforced to tho
letter lure. They prohibit poker,
bridge, shaking dlco for drinks, raf
fles and nil other games of chance.
"Kven If a cent Is bet on tin 'old
maid." It's gambling" Yost says, 'and
I will order arrests,"
O. K. DYE HOUSE.
towards the purchase of
savage extra heavy all cop-
Main Street
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