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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, JAN. 3, .1007
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I 20th ANNUAL
You Pick From Entire Stock
Whether it be an "Adler" Suit or Overcoat for yourself; a
"Sampeck" suit or overcoat for the boy; a pair of "Crown"
Trousers; a Stetson, Hawes or Gotham Hat; a Manhattan
Shirt; a pair of Perrins Gloves; Carhartts Overalls; E. & W. or
Barker Collars anything and everything Nothing Secreted,
Nothing Reserved. It's the one sale you can take advantage of
with, confidence, knowing that the discount given is just
that much saved.
TRAVELING VIA 0. D. & M.
Through tickets nro now on sale
"to cential, eastern, .southern, west
crn and south-western points in
Ohio. Inquire lor same at the Intel
uihan Ticket Office. It means sav
ing to you. "12-12-tf
WE ARE BUSY GETTING
READY FOR OUR
Look for our ad
vertisement in this
West Center Street.
THE UHLER &
Big January Clearance of
For 3 Days Only
Added to tho big lino of handsome coat3 that were loft aftor our
greatest "wrap season" are several lots of fine garments se
cured from overstocked manufacturers at but a fraction of their
real value. ' r ,
Tho entire stock i3 now roduccd to record breaking prices.
$3.48 SALE PRICE on sorvicable long coats of heavy melton
or beaver, cloth with black velvet collar and tailored strappings
formerly $12.50. OTE3TL
$4.08 SALE PRIOE-A limited number $18. GO plaid coats
with fancy broadcloth collars and cuffs 52 inches long.
$7.08 SALE PRICE Handsome 50-inch black or colored ker
sey coats with velvet and braid trimmings and satin yoke lin
ingfinished with ' tailored strappings and worth $20.
'AT $10 Stylish broadcloth and ke'rsoy coats, lined throughout
with guaranteed satin and braided, oxcollont $22. GO values.
Evening Coats, Capes, Raincoats and Children's Coats all at
little more than half former prices.
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Played by Local Volley Ball
A BASKET BALL LEAGUE
Of High School Players will
The Leopards Take Thiee Stiaight
Games From Independents, on the
Y. M. C. A. Alleys Last Night.
The Y. M. C. A. volley ball league
held Its regular weekly meet in
the Y. M.C.A. gymnasium Wednes
day night. Six ery Interesting and
exciting games wcio played. Iaw
son's team defeated I.offler's squad
three straight, games, the scoies be.
lug 21 to 8, 21 to 18 and 21 to It.
Clark s uggiegatlon of feather ball
batters also found Brady's bunch
easy and followed In Lawson's foot-
stops by winning tho series.
30 SHE NT Hats, Caps
S(j)ips worn 21 to 8; 21 to 17 and 21
The Ilnckeyes bowl tho Hankers on
the Y. M. C. A. alleys tonight.
fl'he Leopards easily defeated the
Independent? tlneu straight games
rolled on the Y. M. C. A. bowling
alloys Wednesday night. No sensa.
tlonal seoie.s were made. The scores:
Suttter ir,t 182 112
(leran 110 117 1C1
Oatey ., ll'f. 125 '111 I
MoiiMian 137 10S IGt
lones 125 125 125
Totals ..CIS (Ji 70C
nice ICt 122 128
Fisher 117 14G 185
Hauck 114 113 115
Dalu 100 1G3 1G5
Martin 151 174 122
a'ot,als 72! 718 715
The representative city bowling
team will go to Toledo on January
10. where they will enter tho team
contest in tho Stnto bowling tourna
ment. The team Is piactlclng haul
for the contest nnd should make a
good showing and carry off some
Tho serond gymnasium contest ot
tho winter series will be hold on
Tuesday evening:, January 15.
Th High School basket ball league
will bo organized on next Satutday
night. It will be conducted along the
samo Unci as last year. It will bo
composed of four teams, two fioni the
sonlor body and two fiom tho Fresh-
inen, Sophmoie and Junior depirt.
ments of the high school. The first
game will be played on next Tuesday
The annual meeting of tho Stock
holders of tho .Mirror Publishing
Company will bo held at tho office of
the company Wednesday January 30,
1007. at 7:30 p. m., lor tho purpose
of electing a noaul of director, and
for tho transacting of such other
business as may como before said
.T. mmOESS, Pros.
N. E. ARNOLD. Sec.
WEK OF PRAYER
Will be Observed with Union
Services Next Week.
Beginning Monday evening the
week of pr.iyer will oo fittingly ob
served in Mariwj by union borvh'ei
hold ovary evening next week in tho
I'lrsl I'lVfth.vtciiim church. All tho
I'loteslaill chinches of tho city will
unite in tho services and tt cordial
invitation is extended to, tho public
Various ministers of tho city will
conduct tho services, aud it is very
probablo that several out-of-town
divines will preach during tho week
At thp request of tho foreign ;nis-i
oicnnrioH of tho I'lesby'orian church'
tho tirst full week of 'tho new your
is alwavs observed as Hio week o,f
prayer. Tho custom is univorsal with
(lie Piesbytorian churches of tho
hind and innny other denominations
have jollied in the. matter of hold
ing like, services.
Several Want to Taste of the
PROSPECT POST OFFICE
Looks Good to a Few Village
Mack Roberts will be up for Re.
appointment with Several Strong
Applicants in the Held.
Veilly, things are mighty dull when
ambitious ones eager to reach the pie
counter cannot stir up a certain
amount of dust. And the latest thing
In that line comes from the ordin
arily peaceful village of Piospect,
which lies beside the still waters of
the placid Scioto.
It Kcems that some of the great
(chieftain's followers are applying
literally a poitlon of the ndvlco rel
ative to Teddy, rough and ready, got
tno nauit, etc. Aim tnoy nave got.
ten tho habit ot strcnuoslty some
thing like the boy hail the measles
hard and all over.
Yes there's ttoublo down about
Prospect and Tt3 nil because' tho post
master's tlmo Is going to expire next
.March. Now then, a jKistoffica in u
town like Prospect U not to lm
scorned, nnd for that reason the
present incumbent. Mock Roberts. Is
going to have opposition for reap
pointment. . it
Tlinie aid at least two anil perhaps
morj applicants vwho nro saving up
more or less political earth Just now
in trying to 'wrest tho plum fiom
Postmaster Roberts. Onu applicant
U Ro3s I.oFover nnd another gentle
man who finds himself in tho s.wne
condition as tho late Ilarkis Is said
io be Peail Sells.
Wheieforo members of tho Republl,
can county commit teo havo taken to
their cyclone collars to mold meeting
Impetuous gontlmen who havo
Inasmuch as President Roosevelt
and Mr. Cortelyou havo slcnincd
their dcslrg to retain all competent
postmasters, It Is, up, to someone to
show that Mr. Ilgj)QrtByls Incompe.
iuiiu uuu il jh in is, i win is causipg
Just what the muddle will result
In Is, of course, purely problematical,
but In tho meantime there's a mighty
pietty llttlo fight going on and thcte
will probably bo more or less sore
ness left In some-, qiian'.cr, botore
tho next three months shall havo
passed Into hlstorv.
To Cure a Cold, in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money If
it falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S
signature Is on each box. 25c.
BIG LABOR DAY
Matters to be Discussed To
night at Galion Meeting.
Local Committee Feels Confident o
Bringing This Year's Celebra
tion to Mrrion.
Whether or not Minion gets the
ne.t district Lihor'-Dny celebration
ill bo determined in tlnlion Uylay,
and depends largely upon tjio
stiength with which the local com
nilUee K able to set foilh Marion's
claims. A comiinlleo of ix left thN
nioiuing (for the "Crawfoid county
village and all Mt that Marion's
chances for landing tho celebration
If you haven't one of theso
beautiful scarfs now is your
opportunity as we are offer
ing them at ONE FOURTH
OFF. Colors-pink, blue,
white and figured,
Mexican Drawn Work
Think of it I Oiir entire
stock of Hand Mado Mexican
Drawn Work at ONE
FOURTH OFF. Stand covers,
scarfs, center pieces and Doy
lies, All to go at one fourth.
-A largo number of business men
have been consulted in m informal
way and have given tho labor work
on considerable encouragement. A'
meeting of the business snen's asso
ciation lins been called for this foic
noc.li, tout en account of tho pressing
business engagements oE many of
the members a quorum was, not
present and po no official action wa3
taken by this organization.
However, tho sentiment in favor
of Assisting in evciy possible man
ner ti land tho big day for Marion
seems to bo pretty widespread. The
matter will be settled at a meeting
in Gnliou this evening.
CARD OF THANKS.
Wo wish to extend our slncero
thanks to our kind neighbors nnd
friends, who so kindly assisted us
during tho Illness and after the death
ot our father, nlso to tho choir of
the Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran
Church for their singing, and for the
ooautlful floral tribute presented by
the employees of the Houghton Sulky
Co., and also for tho ono from Ma
rlon Camp No. 38CG Modern wood.
men of America.
MRS. CHRISTIAN KULL
COATINULS -TO IMPROVE
Health Conditions Growing Betttr
in City of Marion.
Health Officer James Lutz re
pin ts that the health condition of
the city continues to impiovo. All
of the diphtheria cases have been
icleased and no new ones havo been
lepoited. Only two cuss of typhoid
fever lcmniii and theso will ho re
leased within a few days. Tlieio is
lilt lo change in the number of por
muis aflliclcd with the Cuban itch
which lias been prevnlent principal
ly among school' children for some
lime. A number of cases of pneu
monia have been rcpoilcd during
I he past few days.
Steals Money in Telegraph
Samual Hardy Takes French
Leave Was Seen in This
.Samuel J.- Hardy, night tclegiaph
operator at the Delaware Big Four,
office is missing together with about
W00 belonging to the company.
The following taken fiom a Dela
waie paper tell the tale:
"Abrit !) o'clock J nked for
Night Operator "William Sautter to
take his place for a few minutes.
Sautter took his .seat near tho in
struments, expecting to bo relieved
.soon. An how passed nd Hardy
had not come back. Suspcling
that Haidy miigtt possibly havo be
come intoxicated, 'Jauttei worked
until day opeutor Clarence Strick
"The key to the money drawer
was gone. Mr. &tricklin piied it
open aild discovered tho money
nixing. A icasou for Hardy's ab
senco wns quickly accounted for.
The, police weio notified of the. al
leged peculation' of Hardy. The
operatois in that, office aro requited
to give bond tis they sell tickets and
transact a portion of the business,
it is thought Unit Hardy's bond has
not been appiqvod yet.
"Hardy came to Delawaro Dec.
2L'nd fiom Dluefield, W. Vn., wheie
ho wn employed on tho iNinTolb
and "Western. Ho Muted, that lie
was connected with different rail
mads hi Texas, though little of his
pist life is known. It is supposed
Hardy is a bachelor and hu appeals
tt he -10 years of age."
Cliiof of Police Matthews of
fielawaio was in the Hocking Val
ley depot whim Hardy purchased his
ticket Cor Tolodo. TJio man did not
go to, Toledo diicct as hu slopped
off in Marion for Wednesday 'night
ha was scon by friends on the
streets heie. A sister of tho man
lives nt Toledo.
,Mr. Clydo Billett oftMailel Inn
been appointed foreman over tho
Kast or Huhor shop yards (if tho
Krie, tho lappointment g-oing into af
fect at once. Billett is an oxpeiiqnc
ed railroad 5nan and will nssumo
full charge of the yards at once.
Ho moved his family p this city
today, locating on B.ilontiuo ave
nue. Tho soml-annua) inspection of- em
ploye's wu tubes, will bo ma,do on tho
Pennsylvania within the pext several
days. It is acquired that watches
"hull keep as", accurate 'time las diho
clock in tho national observatory at
Cfyc IDavirtr &
f Clearance Sale 0
Silks dt 2)ross Soods.
I , 2 C (eta silks in 75c grade,
but they are tender, you buy' them
at your own risk. They ore in good
J? Tafleta lining silk and silks
lOC lor petticoats. They are
right and half-price.
QQl Fancy silks. Moire silks.
Ovu some plaid silks and good
colors in all silk changeable Taffetas.
QQn 27-in. black Swiss Taffeta.
OwU very serviceable ana
wortk 90c today.
QQ- A yard wide Chiffon Tol
Ouu feta very much under price.
On account of tho inclemency of
tho weather, the Home Guards held
no meeting Wednesday evening. Tho
installation of officers will be held
uevt W.'dni',diiy evening.
Tho regular meeting of tho Elks
will even at seven o'clock tonight
in order that basinets may bo tran
sacted in sufficient time for the
movnbor.s to ntlend the dance, to ho
given in the Sehwinger hall.
At a well attemleil meeting of the
Fraternal Order of Eagles held
Wednesday night, the officers which
were elected at tho last mooting In
December, were Installed, John De-
TWO FOR 1c.
Stamped linen Doylies that
sold at 0c on Friday 2 for lc
Stamped Doylies .that sold. up to 25c go for 6c
Stamped Doylies that sold up to 50c go for'.., 9c
Linen Dresser Scarfs, stamped, $1.50 values .-'49c
$2.50 and $3.50 stamped linen Lunch Cloths ,... 99c
There will bo on sale hundreds and hundreds of other linen
pieces at tho samo low prices
Ladies' 25c Cashmere Gloves, 9d pair.
Misses' 25c Golf Gloves , ... 9c pair
Theso two items will bo found at tho glovo department only
on Friday Raro bargains theso . . ;
Ladies' Lace Trimmed Handkerchiefs 2c
Sovcral hundred laco and fancy embroidered ladies' Hand
kerchiefs, values up to 15c Friday 2 l-2c. ,
Embroidery silk, a lot of odd shades, to bo sold, as long as
it lasts Friday, fi skeins for lc
White Flannel 15c yard White wool Flannol Friday 15c yd.
Ladies' 25c Hoso 15c Ladies' b'lack Hoso, tle celebrated
"BurEon" brand, heavy or light weight, best 20c values, Friday
day 15c. ,. ,s
50c Belts 25c New winter Belts, leather, silk, plaid, fancy, the
newest and best 60c Belts we ever sold, on sale Friday 25c
Men's $1.00 Shirts 59c Mon's soft bosom Shirts in a va
Wety of stylos and colors, best $1.00 values, on sale Friday
$3.50 Ladies' Sweaters 09c Ladies' wool Sweaters in awlde
range of styles and colors, sold up to $3.60, Friday 69c.
$1.50 Ladies' Knit Vests 25c-Nico to wean under, a light
weight jacket. Knit Vests a red, green, etc., $1,50 values 26c
50c Tarn O'Shantors 25c The .best angora Tarn O'Shaners,
the new square shape, all colors, 50c values, 26c.
26c and 50c Voilings 9c Yard Lot odds and ends Veilings in
a mutitude of, differont effects, 25c and 60c values, go for 9o yd
25c Eibbons 5c Yard To close out a lot of fancy sjlk Rlb-
doiis, we oner a 101 values up 10 zoc, ior oc yam.
D. A. FRANK & CO.
AC. Yard wide ill wool camel
UU hair plaids that are worth
Cfln A lot of blacks, some
UUU Priestley, that sold up to'
$1.25. A lot of mixtures and fancy
wools that were $1.00.
Shadow plaids.and James
town fancies that were
All 45-ln. wide.
flJO OQ Dress patterns in
novelty weaves. Less
tfC Afl High class Imported
UJUiUU novelties.less than half.
Oolley nctcd as Installing officer and
tho oath of offlco was token by, the
following persons: Levi Cornwoll
worthy president; Nobo JCrnmer,
worthy vke president; L, E. Rhoads,
worthy chaplain; P. H. Ncldlg, .treas
urer; John Dedolley, secretary; John
L. WicJlkes, inside guard; William
Mcgatec, outside guard, and S. H.
mtzhaupt, c. C. Sechrlst and L.,W.
After the Installation, a smoker and
general good social tlmo wa enjoyed.
Tholisands of cases ot rheumatism
as bad as yours havo boon cured by
Eleetroiodes. Ask. your druggist.
Tihc cabinet of tho Powell Sun
day iSohool class of Kpworth Mi
K. church Ail meet tonigliffor tho
transaction of important business..
SIX FOR 5c.
Oup Doylies stamped on
L'ijm and iwhlqh are worth
tic, Friday 6 for 6c.
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