The Lima News from Lima, Ohio on July 7, 1908 · Page 3
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THE LIMA DAILY THURSDAY EVENTXu, J f L i y, 39»i3. Gooding's Oxford Sale Is now going at full blast. This is surely the greatest sale of the season. People appreciate the great values we are giving them -- Hundreds have · already taken advantage of it. Have you? «' All $4.00 Oxfords, in ail leathers, for Men and Women are now going at $2.95 a pair--at 'S OXFORD SALE. KM S5J8 TO Nfagra Falls and Buffalo A N D t t E T t ' H N W E S T E R N O I U O Via Koal fi-mu Tnhxlo. JULY 24, 19O8 Tickets ti'XXl Rt-iittliiag iu Days. c-oduniiiJujy23 · Oil. JAMES ·and, although the clerk must have | a safe, something more nmst be done l»y the council or Safety Board before it- can be done. 230 NORTH MAIN STREET. Ott 1st Market Street Funeral Services . Were OVER THE REMAINS OP JACOB C. JUDKVOim A'O THE IR1Y WAS PLACE!* IX ITS I/AST RESTING PLACE «\ r WOOR- LA.trx. ' " . ' · ' . ___.^--·-- The last sad rttos ovvr the i* 5 . the late .T. C. RWenour at the late home, tj3! Market stwi si ten o'clock morning. Among numerous friends and relatives, Rev. was tblfi CHICHESIWS PiLLS V,«-v .*HEwakM«is»8aAJu», .T JMll, in K»4 UK) fi»(d awttllfc wV Srtrtrsi · with fiiue T*Lt bo 1 J, Miller had charge oi ihe s«r- vicf-is, and delivered rhe funeral sermon. 'Rev. T. H. Camp-ball assisted Rev Miller. Artorney D C Henderson, in behalf of the Allen County Bar attenciattmi. rtr'iiverea an imjufs- sive dis't»ursfc. The pall b?ap?re were Judge G. H Quail, W. B Richie. Judge T. D. Kolib mid H. O. Bentlej-. representing th* 1 3if Association; Baniei BakPr, if Solar Lodge i. O, O. F.. and E. A, Bogarl, of Lima Lodge No. 9s. K. of P. Lima Lodge N'u- 182 Benevolent HroT»'PTiVf ^rti^r of Flks conducted tj,«- biisial tprvict!* r,i Wcodlawn. JACOB . K1IIEXOCK MEMORIAL. ( H y Allen Otninty Bar Association.) .lat-o}) C. Rideno.ur. a wonderful, a strong t * isoroas ehuractfr. He brnnsjht t o n» in the burning of midmtclit oil, proofs of the appUra- tlon iiisfilifd in ihe ^uth upon tii« taTT«; tb^ farm life's lesson of self- i»»WtM»*»»***%» LOOK AHEAD "What a dunce I was" The remark came from a man who could have purchased property in Lima about ten years ago tor just half the price demanded for it today. He didn't buy. Others did, and made money. II you will look ahead a few years you will see values as much higher then than they are now as preset values are above what they were a few years ago, A Large Amount of Cash is Not Necessary. See us about a home on Easy-Payments. THE DUNN GO. HOME BUILDERS 331 Holland Blk. New Phone 1691 Dofi'i Try Uncertain Recipes It is entirely unnecessary to experiment with this", that and the other recipe. Why -waste tlme^ money and patience when yon can get from your grocer. Tor 10 cents, a package ot "OTO-P1E" Preparation -- Lemoa, Chocolate or Custard -- for making pies that are so good that when you eat one piece you will want another? The way to please the men-folks Is to gS^e them .good pi*. reliance, ind^iendence and fullness of hope. His life told pi the lew res- hours; h tc5,t cf tzr#^casstant perseverance that results might be attained. A keen brain; a shrewd Intellect: ^mental athlete. Trua to hia profession; true to his clients. Persistent, ever active; never halting. -The one ainr -- the success of his client's cause. ~ N'o nsan has left a greater impression upon our bar. No man could: be more greatly nftssed. A worthy foe: a faithful assistant. His abil- itv recognized, no matter on side of the tarfle he *at, cherised memorj : «. life work fully appreciated. To his jiariner, Honorable James W. HaWhJH, our syniaptlsy. Our fond hope is that the record of his life may be as inspiration to his children, and we send this, HU- tribute of kindliest recollections ai"l most cordial memories, to all his loved ones, an expression of appreciation with the trust that added to ilia life work it/may be a. comfort and a solace through all the y?ars. "Latest plioio of Mrs Talbot J. Taylor, daughter of James R. who lias just, been granted an f- divorce from .'her husband who was a meioiier of the NPW York firm., Talbot J. Taylor and Brother. Which failed in l!tf3, as a result of the coliapse or (he Southern Pacific What Five Cents Will Do. It yon could make the most trying day in each week wash day) easier and pleasanter, wouldn't you do so? There is a remedy---Send five cents to the nearest grocer and get a cake of Easy Task ssoap. You ;Will be de- iisghted ? witb what ease a big -washing is done. tf AT FETjTZ'S TOMORROW . $.1.50 AND $4.00 OXFORDS NOW $3.85 A PAIR. Ail 13.50 and .$4.00 Oxfords for Men and Womeu -- in all leathers are now going: at $2.9". a p a i r - n t Good ings' Oxford Sale, 230 north Main street. . . · ' ' - ' -:- : ," · RESIXAVTS OP BRESS GOODS AT HALF 1 PRICK TOMORROW AT FKLfX'S. Special 4 to the Daily News. Hammoniton. N. J., April 9.--Two m*u are dead aufl four fatally injured in a crossing accident on the Reading railroad. · · IDE SAFE? BOARD OF SAFETY.OBJECT TO THE mOX 7 PROTECTOR BEI\6 SrOVRI) TO THE CLERK'S OFFICE. . ' When: it was decW«d to' remodel the «ity -.building, an.d that , City Clerk Rose 1 would Iteep his present office, the council decidei that the safe, at. the present time -not in use, in the old building, be taken to the office of the clerk, and th£ valuable Capers of the city kept tlierein. Th*..clerk today took steps for its removal, and the contractors iwere getting ready to place the safe. Th« Board of Safety seeiu to have purchased the safe and they claim that the council hate no right to remove Mt. The work was stopped, THE Y. M. C. A. RESTAURANT .Nownere In i«e city can you get a better meal than at the Y. M- C. A. Restaurant, corner Market and Elisabeth streets. Drop around and eonvlnhe yourself of this fact. tt Just think, trimined dress ?l,t)0 at Van Horn Co.'s. basis tt IX A CROSSING ACCIDENT AT HAMMOXTOX THfS MORNIXO. ·IK KEPOUTEI* TO BE THK SCEVE OK KOl'K Hl'XDREU IIKATHS. Jt ^__ - --,, _TM -»^--------- S|jecial to tJw Daily NVws. Se«itle. \Va»li., July 9.--An unconfirmed report from the steamer Ohio, says that four hundred OB board were lost since June 20. at Dutch Harior, * · WI1J; CLOSE AT B O'CLOCK. On and after this dat* our store will t£ose at 6 o'clock every evening excepting Saturday fright. HOOVER BOND. 4 ATTJBSfD THE BKMXAXT SAUB AT FEl/TZ-S TOMORROW. ' . '^ , 0- : -- . ' THE XOMIXATiOX FOR PRESI BEXT OS THE SOCIAlrlST. JJA- BOR TICKET. Carsoa, Nfrv., July 9.-- Martia R. Prestorii a, convict in the prison here, was nominated oy the Socialist Labor party for President, but declines the nomination. - 4 - . NOTICE POTJMRY FASCBBRS. There will be a meeting Thursday, July 9j at 7:30 p. mr, at -the eonrt FRED ZEJITJS, Secretary. f Neighbor Heary WeteheriH was 4 'killed in a wrecit at HuatlsTglon, Id. 3ast algbt. There will 1e a meeting at the office of Copeland and Rogers, tMs evening at 7:30 to make arrangements for Ills funeral, Ixt there be a 'good attendance of. the members of. 3290 Modern Woodmen oC America at this special meeting. _ DR. B. A. IX)NG, W. T. The Right R*verened Henry C. REMNANT TOMORROW SAL32 AT FEI/TZ'S Tliomas C. Coil, ot Sp^ncerville, Potter, th? Episcoiw.) Bishop of New!Sergeant at Arras of. the Ohio State York, .who is dying m his summer Senate, was in th« city today, hom« at Cooperstown, N. T. 'on old (rfends. Agents for Shur-On Eye Glasses Qold Filled $2.50^ GroldJFUIed . 83.5O SoHd Gold "$5.00 Eyes Exam ined Free Graduate Optician l4YearB.Fit- ting Glasses, MACDONALD'S NEW STORE ON THE SQUMIE. Special Optical This eek. Sale itted guaranteed Rtd- tug bow bevel joint*. Mild gold ptee*. BegaUr fU» val- ,«e,.*W. wgttfUML, ~ *^_ *· '^ ' ff1 *3MI^ * ' "" - ,«_·· Eye g*MM» IBOMM or Adi frame made ; oi.beat 1-1O goarw anWed gold stocfc fS.50 valve for f«.BO. snmtold frame* oomrlete with fIaa«M, fine quality tl.SO TW» wetlt I will ecch»K« yen lenM»--examine your eyw ·--giTing yo« the first quality t«a«N for «l.«e. V CASK FOR OM OB Tiity *oott* aad vestOTe. Is the name of the New Story which will start in Saturday's Issue of this paper--Watch for the Opening Chapters--The Story is short and will be Finished in a few days. tf C«r«» ttiJfF+tr. !tfftttgt» mad Ml *r Motoring «woii«o trrnitti ih»j nMafillj |*li a*dcb«; D«. jr^tcA- MfAlUCHf HLMtOr . ._»sud» ' ' - - Jlh*lrrtU JdoDBtno lore.tkw* woulfl cut* Ob* OIMM ml preTeoc itf M. turn. In otb*r worti, tS»» w««* oc!y «bl» to gin temporaiTrMM, *Wte tbis treat I«JB- I ody feeds w4 itrawttMH t*» «e«k*Dwl , nerre* «t| Ktton* Ik^ lot fUfttCt mtn tMtct m { w«r irJif* 1 Twt Siitt 10 ttMtt, 28 CMli At All Dracrfc* «r BT : J. W. JAMES CO. ^ Wheeling, W. V». Our Lace Curtain Sale Closes Saturday Night When ----- a woman s mind is made up it generally stayi made up-- espeeially in the matter of selecting a-flour. ; Hereabouts women 4 folk want _. ; TLOVR and the grocers are -wise enough jto know that it they tried to substitute anything else-there would ^" doing.'* Try Air The Modern Method of HOUSE GLEANING. to announce to tie booM- ot Lima that it !· not n«c*t- Urjr for them tc -watt tor veather to do their house ele«ain*. W« at-* prepaid to air and c!«aa all carp«t«, fonsltara and otl«T article wltiont remoTinc from room, lima Compressed Air House Cleaning Co. i. K. McCMJBG, kLaSAOKR. r ' Very Serious It i* a »wjr In** tb« for one OMdiuioe and wronf ooe pv*a y«u. reawsn we nrjo you in buyinf to ba careftii u» get UM fMuia»~- . .. ._ ..... _ titer Mediciae thitold,r«Ua. U* wedicine, tot eonttlpatioa, iq. dl(Mtion and JhN* trowbii. ft oth«r madicinea, It i* bcttMw than othsrm, or it would not b« the favorite liver powder, with a Urgcr ·ate tban aU othcn corabincd. DR. J. W. TAYLOR, DENTIST. Mock. JOB THE DAILY NEWS has one of the Best Equipped Job Printing Plants iit Northwestern Ohio, Our prices are right. Work done when promised. Competent Workmen, A trial is all we ask. 121 E, Might St. Both Phones 4I7» JEWS PA PER I

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