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THE taAKiON .DAILY MIRROR. FRIDAY, .JAN. 4. 1907 ..
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Its the Straightest and Biggest Discount Sale !
Sunshine or Rain
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T seems to make no difference, the people come because they know
that when we give a sale there's always a feast of bargains. Goods
cut in price twenty, thirty and 50 per cent. Here is our guarantee:
If fcgje don't sell you better foods for less
money than any other Marion store, your
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money bacK.for the asKfnj.
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3-Cct r I" SoTtciff tier &
Slothing.
Per cent off on ,
CLOTHING
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Credit
'Do not overlook the fact
thai this Ja tho only store in
Marion where you can tako
advantajo of tho clearance
prices whether you have tho
cash or not
Your Credit-
Is Good
Everything to wear
for
Women and Children.
FREE PREMIUMS.
Men,
ICAKD A NOra-oi tue OUnps o:
your own which you would Ilk to
"turn Into money" and then tart
ft little private aarortlBlng cam
THE UHLER & PHILLIPS STORE
GREATEST"
COAT SALE
OF YEARS
'Hero is a sample of tho handsome
Coals wo are soiling at thc30 spe
cial prices this week. Come and see
'twill pay you biff. i
52-inch all wool mixed
Coats at . .-
$12. BO all-wool Melton
Coats
$20.00 Kersey Coats
clipped to
$22.00 Broadcloth
Coats at
Ladies' $15.00 Rain v
Coats are but
Children's $10 Rain
coats cut to only . .
Evening Coats reduced
nearly' ( ,,.
.84.88
..$3.48
$7.98
$10
$5
$4.98
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UHLER &
PHILLIPS
Marion Clothing S
Cloak Co.
PARENTAL
OBJECTION
Ends Pretty Romance at La-
Rue.
YOUNG LOVERS PARTED
Just Before Wedding was to
Have Occurred.
Parents of Miss Mablc Topliff Un.
willing That Their Daughter
Should Marry Childhood's Lover.
A nroud father possessed of a
puritanical sterness, u dtiuirlitcr
who lias loooiitly fallen heir to a
eonsidcinblo sum of money, a stur
dy young man who has lcivuil since
his youth and a maiden torn with
eoiitlict'tng emotions, knowing not
which ik the stronger, her love for
liar patents or the'love she boats
ho youilg man to whom she bad
plighted Iicr tiotli, arc the essential
elements' entering" into what looks
like u .shattered romance, which cul
nniated in the ictuui of a mm Huge
license ti 1'iobato .I111I30 Foster 1'V
day.
The principal in this littlo trag
edy of, nf lections mo .Miss Mnblo
Toplil',' 'daughter" oT Calvin 'Topliff
of Lit Hue, and Con el 51. .Bell, n
Mill of 1'ioC. H. 15. Uell of I.eHuo.
Thursday afternoon the father
of t lie young mini came to this city
and seemed n maniago license,
Hev. .1. (I. Cinry, pastor of the
Picsbytciian church of IjaHue bo
ing designated as the minister who
would ol'ticiate. Hut light here,
according to lelaliu's of the young
man, is where littlo Dan (.'lipid and
the il'itllc Moifey Hod became cm
hroiL'd in a mighty struggle for
nastery, with Cupid, suffering at
least 'temporary defeat.
f'nirel M. Hell was born and
raised in LaHue. Ho giew into vig
oious youno, manhood thorn and all
his boyish troubles and joys weio
slimed with his little playmate and
(ompan'ioii, -Mabel Topliff. Tho
"hildrcn grew up together attended
I lie same schon' is jni'inbers of the
same dnss. and graduated together
in the same class in 1001.
Then they became engaged. Theio
never seemed any iicsliou lo their
minds but what limy would .some
day bu married, this understanding
being mutual. About two years ago
young Hell went to Union City, lud.
wbcio he liecamo on shier in tho Rig
Four tVket office in that oily. Ho
was separated fiom h'is sweutheail,
but Uncle Sam took care of this
matter all liubl by many mails, and
thore wr.4 appaienlly no objection
to him on the part of the lady's
parents.
About n year aso Miss Mabel
inherited a considerable sum of
money finni a wealthy uncle who
died in Cleveland, so it is said,
andt fiom that day, H is claimed, op
position to the voMUg 3iimi began to
develop on Iho part of Miss
Mr.hel's patents .
However, she was not detorred
by thoir talk and loyally stuck to
her resolution to many young Roll.
Vinallv. it is claimed, 'the young
man himself, seeing no hope of suc--cssfiilly
lighting the opposition,
proposed to Miss Topliff. that tlioy
"ill thfdr emiacemonl off, but she
protested that she would never give
him up. nnd refused to listen to any
alk r.f that eharaetcr.
About siv weeks ago voona: Roll
fell from the depot platform in
"nion City and badly injuied one
f his leg. lie was bronchi homo
'ud Mi'u leunion only added fuel to
bo already fiercely burning passion
of tho young people.
"Wednesday evening it is said,
Miss Tonliff called at Roll's homo
'I'd plaimcd that it was no. use to
e'Tlt ou?or; tboro was onlv one
Miing to doget imnrriedl Amt to
bis olid.' sbo pmnosed that 4 lio
boy's father got Ihq liecnso, that
Roll should drive to her house in a
hjjggy, at six o'clock Thiusdny ev
ejiiiig nud they would quVtly diivo
lo iJr l in ry s lesKience ami lie
inanied.
And this plan was agieed upon.
le hvfiisc was seemed; young
Eeil carried out his pait of tho pro
grain by going after his bride, but
she, in the meantime, had suffered a
chaimo of heaif, or been peisuadcd
liV her paients to leconsider her
promise 10 Roll. At any rate, she
met him at the gale of her homo
and tearfully announced that she
ei.uld not poss!bly Ineiik her moth
er's heart, by violiiii-ig her wishes
j a matter of such grave impoit-
anee, ami mttcii as sue loved mm,
sue felt that her dut was to her
paients i at her than to herself and
the young 3uan. Sadly young Roll
went back to his home and patents
ami Fiiday morning the father an
nounced that he would return the
license to 4he prahalo court.
Roth yontnr people are very well
known and (piite popular; the child
i on of niominent tesMenls of La
Hue 'am'l have, many wiiim friends
who w'il bo giieved at .bo unfor
lunalo ending of a little romance
they had been led In believe would
culminate like the strrv book tales
wheie "and they licd happily eer
afterward."
(Miss Roll is an accomplished
young lady, beinir a sr.idtmtp of the
Ciuciiiiiati conservatory of music,
and of a female college in Oberlin.
Her father tefused t? talk abcul
the "matter Fiiday when an effort
was made f get sufficient facts
from hint to straighten out some of
the wild stories that had been cir
culated lolative to the nunia!re be
':.' .stopjied at the altar. Mr. Roll,
lather of the gtoom aNo hinted Hint
Jie would rather nothing were said
hnut the matter, but. friends of the
young people could not conceal their
disappoiuUncnl and so the sioiv
came out. Minstuntiallv
published brie.
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George 1). Conolantl went to
Rochester, Intl., this morning on
business.
Mrs, May lluntslnger, or Ohio City,
Is a suest of Dr. end Mrs. G. T.
IlnrdliiK, of i:.ist Center ,treet.
Mlssea Mnbel mid Clara Loftier, or
211 South State street havo returned
to Oberlin to resume their studies
In the college and conservatory.
Dr Chestor Carlisle left jestordny
for Lis homo In Wllllard, N. v., aft
er spoudlug the holidays Itb Mr.
and Mis. Fied Habennan, of Dela.
waio Avenue.
Mrs. Austin's famous Pancake Hour
made fiom the llueo great staffs of
llfo, wheat, corn mid ike.
Dickinson's!
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Our January Re
duction Sale is still
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It is proven to'
satisfaction
on
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that the People ap
preciate the bar
gains we are ofVer
ingin Men's, Young
Men's, Boys', Chi d
ren's Clothing and
Furnishings.
ilTcrehj personal
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MAIN AND
CENTER Sts.
OFFICERS
INSTALLED
By Number of Local Secret
Orders.
A SMOKER AND SOCIAL
Enjoyed by Modern Wood
men Last Evening.
Marion Lodge 'of Pathfinders Hold
Important Meeting Wayside I,
O. O. F. Installs Officers.
Wayside Lodge T. O. O. V., in
stalled ofticers at a well attended
meeting Thiusdny night. C. (1.
Ritohlor of (irecn Camp acted as of
ficer of cetemonies and administer
ed the oath of office to the follow
ing per-ous: J.; 1. DoLuug, noble
grand. A. V. Mason, vice giand;
F. C. Racon, lccotd'ing seeietary;
(leoige llagemaii, iiuaucial iecie
tary; E. E. tl)i'own, tieasuior;
J. V. .Iaeoby,.jrusteo; A. 11. Ash
janitor; A. 11. ftohaffor. captain of
tho degiee. tafj;,
The appiintcd '(officers weio also
installed as folio ,vs: A. A. Welsh
and Finnic .lohnson, light anil left
attendants to noblo giand; V. R.
Snyder, and William Znlt. right
and left supporters to vico grand;
Fied Fntzler, ehaplain; Dennis
(iompf, left seeno sujipotter. A. J.
I'ane, n'yht scene supporter; Ed
ward AVick, ccMiductor; Edward
pace, warden: Frank Krutsch, in
side guaul; A. C. Mohr, out.side
guard.
Minion Lodge Xo4'Jl of Path
finders mot last evening at the us
ual hour with a very large attend
ance. Ono candidate, was initialed
and much inipoilant- business tran
sacted. The installation of offtVers
was postponed until tho next
meeting.
The lodge' was honored by having
as guest Mr. 1. K. Embargor,
Clival Slate Organiser, from Mans
field who delivoieil a most interest
ing nddivM "long (lie ' linos of the
order.
At the ('lose nf the business ses
sion nu enjoyable social hour was
spout and duinh rofro.shiuonls solv
ed. At it well alleiuled oneeting i.f the
.Modern Woodmen iheld in the lodge
linlls Thiusdny i veiling, Iho ofticers
elect od nt the i ist meeting in T)o
cember, were iitnlled. Adniu
fsebaffor iictod as installing otficer
mid tho oath was admiuisteted to
the following olncors: R. It. Car
le , venerable council ;,!. V. Kull,
udvir.nr; fleoige Noeley, banket;
Louis Sohorff, e'erk; , Daniel Stay
ner, oscotl; Rert IfaniSj watohinan;
Ornelitis RogiM", sentry uiuU llenty
Kehni, watchiiian
A smoker and social time were
eonoliidfing featuiis of the meeting.
Members or tin Knights or St.
John wore to hnvo hold a meeting
Thursday evening for tho purposo of
Installing tho lecontiy elected of
ficers, hut by reason of tho indent,
ecy or tho weather, no meeting waa
held, Tho Installation will tako
placo January 17. nt which tlmo thero
will nbo ho Initiatory' work followed
by a stag social.
A regular meet lag of Rio Uniformed
Rank of tho Knights or Pythias was
held Thursday evening and a drill
hold. Aside from tho transaction of
a littlo tolutlno business, nothing of
importance Wa done.
Cleorgo S. McCiuIro roturned last
night from Cincinnati, whore ho at
tended a meeting of tho grand trus
tees of tho A. O. U. V., of which
body ho Is a momber..
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Tho Protoctcd HomofClrclo
HUGHS & GLEARY
hold a liox social In tho h i
night The memoes ant) f. i n
tlie i-lrcle are urged to be piesent
Hev. floorgo M. Rouike jiastor of
the Fust I'losbyteiian cbuich will
pieacli tonight at .the Wesley M. E.
("'lunch, whole a. series ol revival
meetings mo bo'insr held.
air. Audi ow Smclt7cr, of Hello.
vue Avenue, suuoieil u slight stioho
or apoploxy Thursday nftoiiiojii. Ilh
condition was not hcriniw, ami Is ic-
IKirtcd as much Impioved today.
The fuueial of Miss Edith Railey
wns behl this afternoon at two
mVIccIc at the Central Christian
chinch. Hev. W. C. l'iatt offieial
iug. The lomn'ns were laid to lout
in .Marion i onu'iory.
The storm sewer on we-,1 Center
sliret was not able to carry away
the water Thursday and a huge
ijmouut backed up into the cellnr
of the Family tboatie. Although
tho collar was filled with water the
performances weio not inteiiuptod.
The damage done has been icpair
ed. Through her nttorncy W N Hard
er, Lulu Hraily has filed a petition
for illvono from Thomas Hrady. It
Is averred that they vvoio man led
Sept. 1!), 1!)00, and that two ohlldien,
Uussoll, C, and Helen, 1, jeais of
age, were horn to the union.
The defendant Is charged with hnb.
Itual drunkennoss for more than
tlnee ears, and gross neglect and
falluio to provide. Mis. Rrady al
leges that she was c nmpelleil to
deiiend upon others for tho support
or herself mid ehllilrcn for moio than
tluee yeais.
She asks for dl voice, loasonable al
imony, tho custody of tho children,
and to ho icstoied to her maiden
nnnie of Lulu Will.
Countv Cloilt Klltipfoltpr hns inm
pleted tlie bar docket for the Junuary
term of the Circuit court. There aie '
fifteen oases on the docket this tot in, j
several of them being old timers
Chris fiageman
New Grocery
Call in and sco us about our
PREMIUMS we give you free.
110-Wcst Church Btrcct. Op
posite Post Offico.
City Phono 1G10. Bell 1C9L.
Our
January
Bargains.
Aro attractions for the people. Wo
aro selling the seasonable merchan
dise at lowest prices.
Good Padlocks at 10c
Good shoe soles pr 10c
Cobbler's Outfit 50c
Ham's brand lanterns 50c
Martin's E-Z enamol for stoves
box lCc
10 qt. enamel steel water buckets 40
10c dust pans 5c
Pan Cake Turner .... i .,.... . 5c
Cotton Clothes lino 10c
Coat Hangers 5c
Tea Kottlos , 25c
Good size wash boards 25c
THE ARK
115 and 147 South Main Street.
J. B. LAYTON.
23ricf JITcntioit
dourr l7apponinc$s
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HIGH WATER
DOES DAMAGE
County Streams are on the
Rampage.
WATER IS STILL RISING
And Serious Trouble Can be
Expected.
Melting of Snow and Heavy Fall of
Rain Responsible for the Present
Situation.
Floods ami high waters are ic
poitod from every pait of the coun
try and it is staled that iinoie dam
age is being done than for many
years previous.
The 'trouble commenced a few
days after Ohiistmns when a big
lise in temperature melted the five
or siv inches of snow that had cov
ei ed the ground and a lew days of
beiuH rains that followed made the
.situation nitidi uor-o.
The heavy rain whVdi commenced
Wednesday and did not ceiwo un
til Friday morning clipped the oli
mnx and mado the rivets .if the
country raging (orients. Miles
and miles of countiy surrounding
every stioaiu ate under water and
in a number of places people living
near the st tennis havo been forced
to abandon their houses. In lb
lowlands along the sttoains the wat
er is so high that the tiees are
entiielv siibinorsfd.
The Whets i- live has passed
the danger lilt" and tho water is
still rising. A' Caledonia tho water
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SATURDAY'S
RESS GOODS SPECIALS
2.r)c Cream White
Danish Cloth, 3G inches wide,
17c per yard.
Best 2flu All-wool Tricots, 28
black; clean up price
19c per
fiOc and 70c Plain and fancy
and black. Saturday only,
33c
$1.50 and $2.00 Plaid Cloakings and suitings in Gryas, Rods,
Giccns and Blacks, 51 inches wide to close at
50c per
$1.50 fine Chiffon Broadcloth
Saturday 1
75c per yard.
C9c All Silk Taffeta in pretty shades
day, t 1
19c yard.
$1.00 Mohair in Brown and Navy Bluc 51 inches wido
cial per yard 1
49c
$1.50 all wool Imported English Worsteds, 50 inches wide,
Navy Blue, Brown and Black. Tho greatest dress goods valuo wo
ever had. Oholco Saturday 1
39c yard.
Eveiy plcco of dross goods and silk is marked down, and offers
ttvn n f oiulti frn 4 rt ln.n I. .. ,
ft.i-t'. nvjuiin v uvu uuyuiBt
D. A. FRANK & CO.
1 1 ailies the I antral part of the
mIuvc, collnis are Hooded and many
hi ilu- sidewalks have been unshod
on i I ii'ss the water recedes with
mi i lie net twelve hours tho dam
au'c done will bo very heavy. At ''
Waldo the liver is out of its banks -o
.ml doing praet.Vally the siimdani- ,.
.iuo. A number of .small buildings
luivo been can led away by the
Hoods as well as numeious trees ,
and lenco-i.
The Little Scioto is on the ram
page and is IhiealoiKiig' tho tracks ,'t
of the Rig Four and both divisions
f the Erie. The Hocking Valley
1 1 nek not th of the city is
also in f-
danger. Near Green Camp a. gieat
deal of damage has been dono by
both tho Little Scioto and the Sco-
otii rivers. Collnis mo flooded and
ven the bridges of tho county ato '"
throa toned. The snmo condit'on pio" ,
vails ut LaHue wheie the water is
higher than it has been before in
tbo memories of the older residents.
At Prospect, despite 'the high
bank", much damage i- being done
ami the floods hnvo renehed some
of tho streets of the villngo. x d
In llt's city the .storm sewers ,,t
hnvo been tumble to carry away the j,
witter and several of the streets and
many cellars are flooded. All of
the stone quairies north of tho city"
ato being inconvenienced by the ''-J
floods which have been so heavy "
tih.it it has boon almost impossible , -to
drain away tho water. '
Tho damage from the flood5?,
which me generally rare at this
time of the year, will reach tlious-"'
amis of dollars 'n the county. t'
REMEflBER
We move and store
your goods and do
all kinds of transfer
work. Phone 155.
PEOPLES TRANSFER CO
inches wide, in every color and
yard.
all-wool suitings, in every shado
yaad.
yard.
iu black only.
54 inches wide.
of red only Satur-
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