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title: 'The Marion daily mirror. (Marion, Ohio) 1892-1912, January 04, 1907, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8',
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THE MAltfON DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, .JAN. 4, .1907 , .,
.-. on nil
Hats & Caps
(lie hope at the president of that
company lo make it a big express
Irnctiqn company. The ilan, how
ever, cannot lie carried oill until llio
l'ellefoiilniue-Liina lino is built
wluVh wilt connect Hie northern
and southern iroperlics of the
Sehoepf syndicate in this slate.
h on all
Yes, sir! There's plenty of stock
here to go 'round, but the choicethe
cream of the pudding-will go to the
Take advantage of the first Satur
day of this great sale.
If Is wild that the Krlo will cm.
nlov several hundred laborlnjr men
In the work or extensive Improve
ments, which will lie'tiikcn up early
In the spiinc If the Improvements
which are now planned are all carried
out, the .Marlon Hrlo yards will ho
equipped with a flno now frclRht
house, a complete, Uttering plant, an
addition to the mnchino shops and
round house and 11 half hundred or
more or aide 1 racks laid.
The tmv new Mfico at the Iraimfci'
house or the Uric, which lia'jj heen
under w.iy of coiWfrucllon for mimic
time. I.i nlmo-sl complete and t!ie (in
IshliiR lotichci were Jieliij; put. on
today The new apartiHcnls (omprlse
11 private .ifflcn for neurit ('. K.
SIioiik, and an cvpente billing offlc.
'I'he offices ate cipilppcil 'modern 111
Attend Meeting and Dinner
OHIO INIERURBAN LINES
Following Example Set by I
i C. D. & M. Company.
Erie Will Lmploy Many Men Next
V Spring in Making Extensive Local
Improvements Railioad News
A. Harmon, 1 Tour; 1. Hays
tellb of the iuuportnnt meeting L
the Columbus pa.-iengcr committee
last li'ijjht at which time officers
were elected for the coming joar.
The men elected a well as those in
ultendaitce are all well Known by
local mi I road men and the follow -nisr
article will be lead with inter
est: "Plunk 1'. Cooper disliict j:i
enuer nui'iil of tho Italtimore and
Ohio railroad, wii; elected chair
man for 1!)07 of the Columbiw pus
oeimer cimiinitteo at its annual
nicclue; and dinner last evening at
the Cliilteiiden hotel. lie succeeds
I. C. Kel.sey pa-enger agent of
the lli Four railroad. f. K. .Ioyc
!' the Hocking. Yiilley. was vo
"The dinner was served in the
(ieneaii rontii anil covers' were laid
fur 21. The comniittco tried the
iiowl idea of proceeding without a
tonstmnster. Each .speaker, a lie
closed hi- remarks called on whom
soever he jilenfcil. This pioveil quite
.111 amusing !iiiovation.
Around the table v. ere gathered:
Charles Krotzenbergor of tlfo .Big
Four at Cincinnati, formerly located
heie.; V. II. Fisher of tho Hocking
Valley; L. J. I'lcwnan, l'ennsyl
vania Lines; T'rnnk I!. Cooper, Tj.
and 0.; Lyman l'. Lewis, Oliio
Central; L. W. nuckmaslcr. ITock
hvs Vallev. W. V,. doyce, Hccking
Valley; II ury Uorton, N and 'W.;
Walter ltoyle, lVnnsjlvania Lines;
II. L. Moore. II. Y. and 0. C,
C. C. Kilbury, Ilock'.n- Vdley; W.
II. Hurtsou'li. llockiujr Valley; Ed
Selter, Hi;; Four; li. Tbnins, llock"
iiur Valley; V. S. l(ouj;her, ba
liiW aj;ent, t'nioii .station; NV.. V.r.
-Talmajxe. It. and ()., It. ' . DarlinK
Hi- Four; It. West, It. ami 0.; A.
A. Harmon. ir Four; It. Hays,
Cnckius Fdwnrd Itucey, Curl Heard"
urIT., Thurston II. I'orler and T.
"Mr. It. C. ICelsey, he retiring
chairman, was umnoidahly abseul,
linv'aijr been called from the city
by the death of a relative."
It is alleged by prominent lail
loail men that .since the Wclls
''arjio Fxpu'.ss eompauy lias .secured
a contract with the C. I). andM.,
between this city and Columbus,
that other exjuess companies over
I u stute have been flirting with
tin Iracljon lines with the result
that a number of contracts arc
about to be Mailed.
It is said that the l'acific IC.v
prcs.s company has agreed upon .1
contract with tho Daylon und Troy,
The Western Ohio uiul To.ledo and
tiie Howling Orceu and .Soul hern
and tints been dickering with tho
Shoepf-McOowaii lines in Ohio and
Indiana. The Slioepf lines already
have the Southern Ohi'to l'lpr6ss
cinupaiiy and it is said I hat it is
A local Influential railroad man
stated this morning that It Is pretty
well ti'Hiircil that the Hlg Four shops
located at Delaware will he moved Jo
Uellcfontalne next year, tt may he
an old rumor resprung hat at any
rate, either way, It will hat little ef
The two liiterloqlcliig plnnts of the
Uric hump yai'ds are near completion.
Today M. A. (lee, foreman of the
union depot interlofkliij; plant, made
mi lnpeclloii of the plt'its and pro.
nonnced them almost ready for operation.
M. S. Connors, general superin
tendent of .the Hocking Valley, with
headquarters at Columbus, trniuferreo.
from tho lhde to Hocking Vallpy
No. "2 enroate from ChieaRO to Co.
umbos this morning.
The many friends of William Ding.
hnni. n former Atarlon man, will ho
pleased to hear that he has recently
heen appointed to' the position of
Chicago and Mrlo railroad detective
to work in tho territory of Meadvllle.
Uinghmn will have over two-liiindrod
miles of railroad to look nfter, and
tun position is a responsible one.
Ho will enter upon his duties Tues
day, January 13.
William lIoMettcr, depot agent of
the American Express company, has
returned to his dutlc lifter a short
confinement at his hpmo 011 account
At One Half and Less, True
as can he, , wo are' soiling a
largo shipmont of Purs at
Ono Half and loss than their
regular price. Why 7 Becanso
wo bought them at a saving
of Fifty Cents on tho dollar,
and as wo bought we will sell.
Seo them NOW.Thoy woiij't
Another great chance, lo
save money. An wo arc soiling
all our Coat:: and Suits at
ONE HALF price. If you
haven't bought 0110 before you
should grasp this chance an it
is indeed a rare one.
'JO por cent off on all our
Dross Skirts and Silk Petticoats.'-
Every now stylo and
color is in this assortment,
but seeing is believing.
Tomorrow is Saturday, tho
stop JJujdilons He jo 1SO1E0J3
Then why not look t.hcso bar
gains over and inspect them.
J. P. LUDWIG.
tlcally dccldiid upon the Pettt.Saw
yer property .on 8011th Main street
as tho slto for tho new Federal
Tho property has been offered at n
very low prlco and the slto Is rc
trnrdnil nu lioluc fullv ns desirable na
Itlio Kant or West Confer street prop-
'osltlon nnd tho -prlco is about one-
Tlin nrnlinrtV HnS IllSt EOlltll Of
tho Sawyer sanatorium nnd Is owned
hy Dr. C. K. Sawyer nnd C. C. Pct
tlt. Mr, Poltlt has offered his prop
erty for ?C,r.OO, and In the event that
the property Is bolccted Dr. Sawyer
will donate hi part.
1 It fl not hollo veil that tho selection
nr ilin Smith Main street location
would he objected to by mtyiy moro
persons man tnc isaai or vcsi jciiior
SENT TO JAIL
To Await Pleasure of Grand
P. H. iNcidig Draws a Light Flue
for Selling Liquor on Sunduy
SELECTS A SITE
William Mayso and Otto Mahaffey,
tho two youths who were arrested
while trying to dls-xisc of a livery
rig at Delawaie, were given a hear,
tug yesterday afternoon by Mayor
Tho hoys pleaded guilty to the
charge aifd were hound over to the
grand jury. The mayor fixed their
hondii at $500 each, which they wero
unable to furinsh, and In couscnucuco
have heen placed In the county jail
to await the action of tho grand Jury.
For New Local Government
It is Claimed That Sawyer.Petti
Location Can be Purchased
Humor that has gained considerable
circulation has It that tho oftlcla's
of tho treasury department have prac-
Mayor Scherff today stated that
tne fliio of ?. H. Nehllg, the North
Main street saloon keeper, who plead
ed guilty to the charge 6f selling
liquor on Sunday, will he the min
imum amount ot 5-5. The mayor
gave na tho reason Tor ashesslng tho
minimum line the fact that Neldig Is
preparing to go out of the saloon bus
iness and devoto his entire attention
to his rcstnurant trade.
Claiming that Abel and Coonrod
hold drinks over tho bar on Sunday,
Nov;. 11, Harry Teaumont, a north
Main street business man, today
tiled an affidavit against tho firm in
thq mayor's court.
The Warner 4 Edwards
This Sulc hit't been a"
! h & 11 o 111 i ri it 1 sulci
Caledonia the people
have come for these
broods. Nothinrr travels
'Faetcv'than the report,
thai I figh 'Grade Wraps '
and Suits are actually,
selling for half. Not n
customer has been dis-
Rcliei in Six Hour
Dlstresblng Kidney and liladuer,
DUcaso relieved in six hours by
"Now Great South American Kidney
Cure." It Is a great surprise on ac
count ot 1U exceeding promptness in
relieving pain in bladder, kidneys and
hack, in male or female. Relieves
retention of water almost Immediate
ly. If you want quick relief and euro
this Is tho reaieuy. Sold by Flocken
Itch cured In 30 mlnuvi) uy Wool
ford's Sanitary Ijtion. Never falls.
Sold by Flocken Drug Co.
How long would we maintain our reputation for reliability if we had nothing more to offer yon than I he ragged remains of a previous
would not bo much left to offer now if such wero the case, would Micro?
sale just brought to a close? There
One Sale in Winter, one in tho summer That's all, and with good full
stocks Co select from. If you mi:w the first day, come tho second -but
above all conic noon. Hale starts I
SATURDAY, JANUARY 5,
Not our entiro stock of Shoes, but
a large enough portion to provide a
genuine bargain for every man, wo
man on child who needs a pair. All
now, fresh goods and bought for this
season's uso. . i
Patent leather and gun motal, also
many styles in kid shoes where lots
$3.45 Vici Kid reduced to ...?2.75
3, 45 Gun Metal reduced to.. 2,95
2,45 Gun Motal reduced to .. 1.98
2.15 Patent Lcalhor reduced
2.15 Vici Button reduced to 1.U8
1.95 Patent Leather reduced
1.G9 Box Calf reduced to .. 1.25
Ladies' Shoos, all sizes 9!k:
MEN'S HAND-MADE ENAMEL
AND GUN METAL HEAVY
$4.50 Enamol reduced to ....$3.50
2.75 Gun Metal reduced to.. 1.98
2.45 Box reduced to 1.98
2.45 Vici, plain Toe, reduced 1.98
2.45 Vici, tipped, reduced to 2.00
$1.49 Mon's Dross Shoo .... $1.25
BOYS' BOX OALr AND VICI
WHERE LOTS ABE BROKEN.
$1.98 Boys' Patent reduced to $150
1.75 Seamless Calf reduced 1.50
1.45 Youth's Seamless Calf
reduced to 1.20
2.20 Boys' Felt Shoes reduc
ed to 1.70
WOOL SHAWLS 50c.
Ono lot of all wool shawls worth
$1, SPECIAL at 50c each.
TJioy come in difforcnt 'colored
stripes, blue, pink and black.
llerc'a the lowest prico ever nuo
ted on a good Canvas Glove
3!) CENTS PER DOZEN.
Limit, ono dozen to a customer.
BOYS' CORDUROY PANTS.
Odd lot of Boys' Corduroy Pants
to close at 79c, worth $1,25. Your
size may bo here.
50c DRESS SHIRTS 39c.
A dozen different styles and
sizes, 39c. .
45c Boys' Dress Shirts 29c.
Sizes 12, 122, 13, 13'2, 14.
25c PILLOW TOPS 19c.
Choice of all 25e Pillow Tops 19c.
Good School Umbrollas with Fan
cy Handles 49c.
$1 Flannol Shirts, sizes 15 to 18
$2 Duck Coats for $1.39.
$1.50 Duck Coats for $1.19.
Boy's Fancy striped Sweaters 45c
Mcnnon's Talcum Powder (tho
genuine article) 12c
Once a year wc give an Embroid
oiy Salo and wo arc modest when
wo say it has them all beat.
,- Just think of buying 18 inch
Corset Cover Embroidery at 10c per
yd. Buy what you need for next
. ' . ALL SILKOLINES 8c.
Choice of our 10c and 12 l-2c Sil
kollncs at 8c por yard.
HERE'S A GOOD ONE.
', Think of buying good hemmed
Handkerchiefs for 10c per doz., Ies3
'than lc each. Ladies theso Hand
kerchiefs aro fine for every day
uso..-They wore used for intorior
decoration during Christmas and
somo aro slightly soiled, but tho
majority aro good and clean.
; , Gome early for these,
s $5 SILK PETTICOATS $3.98.
In black only. A good value at
$5. Special during salo $3.98.
25c CORSET COVER 19c.
Choice of all 25c Corset Covers,
Laco and Embroidery Trimmed, 19c
All reduced. Ladies', Children's
'and Boy's. 75o now 59c, 50c now
50c UNDERWEAR 39c.
All 50u Mon's Fleeced Underwear
now 39c. All sizes and colors Ecru
Pink and Bluo.
BOYS' UNION SUITS 48c.
Ladies' Union Suits 48c, 75c and 98c
Ladies' 50c Vests and Pants 39c.
5c, 8c and 10c. Here's the way oth
er stores sell the same grades; Gc,
'10c and VL l-2e.
COTTON BLANKETS, 10-4 ,
Everywhere this same blanket is
05c, hero during tho salo at 49c full
Eithor pleached or haU' blcaU.ecl
special at 9c per ;;rl,
Limit 10 yd'), to customer,
AIiL CALICOES 5c.
Any piece of calico in stock all
colors and none but standard
brands at 5c.
APRON GINOHAMS 4 l-2c
In Vll tho staplo checks, stripes
and colors, at less than wholcsalo
cost for 4 l-2c.
LINEN CRASH 18c.
Three trades of linen crash 14
in., 1G in. and 18 In., worth 10c and
12 l-2c all go in this salo at 8c
por yard, '
SHIRT WAISTS 39c ar.l Vie.
This represents a manufacturer's
"clean up" of Wains that sold up
to $2. Wc havo' divided thorn into
two lots and in ordev to clean then
up quick they go at !19c and 7?i;
'None soiled or da.ia.;ud no out
of styles, but good, clean merchandise
Sec our long lino of
and Warm Linod Shops
For Men, Women and Childron.
Come in and you will buy.
Ladies' Cloth Alaskas Q5c
1 lots Children's Rubbors sizes 8
to 10 1-2 ,,, 15c
iir ,-r-n,, -".
WEST CENTER ST.
NBW YORK STORE
CHAS. M. LANDON A CO..
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