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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, JAN. 17. 1907.
It's Half Over
But if More Business Days of
Hats and Caps.
The Selection is growing Smaller day
by day. Don't procrastinate.
Some Specials for
priced. A Special
Hour Sale . . .
Friday morning from 7
till 9 a. m. we will sell a
$1.00 BlacK Corduroy at
the Marion City
If the Snow Leaves With a
SITUATION IS CRITICAL
Marion County Streams are
Now Out of Banks.
Greatest Flood of Recent Years is
Predicted for the Southern Ohio
DEATH OF INFANT
Louis McAnnish Dies From Tuber
hols McAnnish, the four year and
eleven months' old daughter of Louis
McAnnish, died "Wednesday night at
eight o'clock at tho home of Mr.
George Slont, No. -IOC Owoits street.
Tho eauso of the death was tubercular
Tho funeral service will ho held
Friday morning a !):30 o'clock, at the
Sloat residence. The servlco will he
conducted by Ilev. Mr. Reed. Inter
ment will he made at Pleasant cemetery,
A $1.50 all wool English
Suiting, 50 inches wide, at
$1.50 BlacK Broadcloth,
54 inches wide, at
None sold after Nine
D. A. FRANK
Scene will be Reproduced at the
Fireman's Benefit at the
Grand Opera House.
The Fireman's benefit last year
riven by the Kdwnrd Shield's com
pany was a grand Mieeess. Tho
same company will .nuin put on
benefit i'or the local firo laddies
at the Grand Opera House January
30 and :il.
The company ise. Hie only one of
ils kind on Uie rojid today. Mr.
Shields is one of three in the Unit-
ed tatcs. who is taking moving
pictures with success, lie is known
as an expert at the business. Mr.
I Shields will bo in tho city Satur
' day for the purpose of Inking a
j onatioenal run of the local Fire
Derailment Saturday noon, to be
I reproduced mi canvas during llio
entertainment. lie promises Chief
j McFarland and itlie boys an entire
elriujjo of program from last sea
! 'on and u strictly first class
1 niiilevillo kliow in every respect.
The Shield Company is featuring
Sadie Sherman, the well known
coon shoutor and .reader who made
n great bit in Marion Just season.
Rheumatism Cured in 3 Days
Myotic Curo for Ilhcumatisiu and
N'oumlgsi radically cures in I to .'1
days. Its. action upon the system is
remarkable and siiy.terious. It rc-
moves at once itho eauso and tho
dKciw r.nmediately disappears,
i The fiist dvo greally benefits, 75
' routs and $1. .Sold Jiv The Diimblo
I Pharmacy, Opp. l'ilgrhn Inn
A five inch if nil of snow, fol
ifwed by an increase in temportauro
of fifteen degrees and accom
panied by a heavy rain, has caused
llie Hood Mluntion in the county
to become even mora serious than
a week ago and should tho thnwijur
continue the floods will be more
disastrous than any experienced in
All ,f I lie livers and small
blreams of Hits county are cut of
their banks and have been flood
ing tho surrounding Jpuundry for
some llime. The latest freak of the
weather has added to tho gravity
of the situation as tho rivers to
which tho county htrcirms are trib
utary uiro above the danger line
and the severest floods in the his
tory of tho state arc expected.
Thousands of people over Uio stale
are being forced to leave their
'homes sind much differing has re
sulted. In Marion County niiany
people are de.-erting their homes
along the rivers and seeking saf
ety with friends while the rushing
torrents of icy waters threaten to
carry away their homes.
Many miles of country in the
county are covered with tho over
flow of the rivers and the water
is ris'iag rapidly. If tho floods eon
tiiuuo heavy damago will be done
in Caledonia, AVnldo, Prospect,
Green Camp and Lalluc.
In this city many cellars (are
flooded and the mud and ice havo
clogcod tho sowers to such an ex
lent that tho water is aiot being
properly earned away. Practically
till of the unpaved streets havo
been rendered impassable.
Tho Jocal grocers and tinea t shorn
am making the'ir deliveries with
light buggies, it being impossible
to drag tho heavier wagons through
tho mud and ice. The coal com
panies hnvo refused .to make deliv
eries in certain soclnns of the city
as tho mud is too deep to permit
tho horses to pull (tho wagons
Residents have failed do comply
with tho ,l.i w in regard to cleaning
snow and ice fioin their sidewalks
and Uie slush is so bad that few
people not really compelled to do
so, (have ventured outs-Mo.
Tho city and the local si reel
'railway company both have large
forces of imen at work cleaning up
the snow and ice.
Before Student Body of the
Thursday Morning's Rhetorkals are
'of an Interesting and In.
A number of students from tho
.Sophomore class of the high school
rendered an excellent program of
rhetorieals before the student body
of tho school in the auditoriiun at
8:30 o'clock this morning.
Tho 'program opened with a talk
by Carl Fries mi tho subject
"Tiunsporlation, in the Future".
Miss Florence Shaw fallowed with
a talk on "Ireland." Secretary
K Kit's Voyage" nas the subject of
Clair Sander's address. After an
address on "American Humor" by
Miss lh7c Snyder, a recitation was
nicely deiiveicd by Miss Fayo
Rhambaugli. An iitoresting recita
tion on "Kvils of Too Much Law
Making" .was given by Miss Inna
Sonlag after which tho program
closed with a talk by Miss Hazel
Mean on "Tho Philippines."
SHOW UP WELL
In the State Bowling Contest
Local Boys Make Third Highest
Score RolledtDuring Games
Will wind up ho Big Sale of
tho Horovitz stock. If you
haven't been hero hotter
50c Ladies' Hcoco Lined
Union Suits 30c
25c Boys' and Girl's
Union Suits 18c
2Gc Ladies' Fleece Lined
Vests and Pants 15c
Gc Whlto Outing
WEST CENTER STREET.
Death by Passing
HOUSE FOUND BURNING
While All the Inmates Were
Marion Council Xo. 22, ft. &
S. M. conferred the Royal and So
led Masters degree on five cand
dates at the regular meeting held
The "regular business of the meet.
Ing was attended to at a regular
gathering of tho Eagles last night.
Marlon Iidge No. 402, K". of P.,
will confer the ranks of Pago and
Esquire on Friday evening. . The
meeting will begin promptly at 7
At a well attended meeting of the
Knights of the Maccabees held
Wednesday night, routine business
was transacted and tho first degree
conferred upon a class of three can.
dldates. Arrangements weio also
mado for Initiation at tho regular
meeting next Wednesday night.
Riddle Family of Marcel Jump From
Second Story Windows House
Burns to the Ground.
Marlon Lodgo No. -121, of Pathfmd.
era, will give a mush and milk social
tonight in tho lodge rooms.
Tho Elks dancing club will enter
tain this evening with a hop nt tho
No trouble to got breakfast quick
If you have Mrs. Austin's Pancake
RING'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETf
ttelleve Indigestion and Btomiclt Trouhl'
THE UHLER & PHILLIPS STORE
I ANI 1APV CA F.ABANCR SAI R
i TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS, TOWELS
"Mtinnn lmwA frnnn nw.iv mi in nrinn Tint wo arn nnlttncr Tallin Linens. Towels. Nankins and
Crashes at prices under tho old prices This makes tho saving muchvgreater than any sale wo
havo over given. Anticipate your wants and buy tomonow.
08-inch bleached table damask 19c hero is a good bargain an opportunity to buy a stVong,
serviceable linen in several handsome patterns at, just 10c per yard.
The mc&nhc-ix of the Oiympias
bowling team of this city who
loft Wednesday ijiipriring i'or To
ledo where thcyhiitorcd the state
bowKmjr tournament- made an ex
cellent showing and aa yet are in
line for a piece of the .1-2000 -which
will be awarded in prize, to it ho
first twenty teams making tho
The Marion hunch showed soino
of tho city rollers jiut hew tho
game is jdayed and -when the last
team had bowled last night it wr.si
disclosed that tho Ol.vaupitH bad
taken third highest score on ' the
2,o27 pins was Marion's calibre
and it places them in the thirteenth
'dace, i'or the enliro contest- There
are labou twelve ino.ro teams lo bowl
anil in case that not mom than
tn'iki of them beat the Olympias'
freoro, tiie joc.iN WJll. Maud in line
for a prize.
Tho Olympias irollcd against lhc
Woodburns of Cincinnati and de
foaled them by four pins, tho hitler
making 2,.VJ,'I. Anson Sanfcrd made
tlie high averayo fco.ro of Marion's
team with 177 1-2. Charles Mason
cniiio Jiext with .17o 2-.'l Following
is tho scores of tho local letini to
gether -with tho team wltJi which
Mn.-ou '.... Kill I7:i 1S."
Ituhl .- 377 lid ISO
Waddell "... l-t!) l-l-l 202
McNeal -. 170 1(10 IliO
Sanford 1RL 10.') Ifi7
The P. II. C. at tho meeting Fri
day night will instnll officers. All
present and newly elected officers
are requested to he present.
Mario!, .Ian. 17. (Special)
Neighbors pass'ing by I ho homo of
K. T. Uihlle, two miles south of
MarleJ, about eleven o'clock; iasl
night, found the house entirely en
veloped -in flames and using heroic
methods, aroused the family and
rescued them fiom death in a
Mr. and Mrs. Riddle and several
children were slumbering, unaware
o.f (ho paribus sit nation. The lower
floor of the home Vas a raging
furnace and tho upper rooms whero
they ivcro sleep'uig ivero fast fill
ing with smoke when the shouting
of the neighbors amused the fam
ily. Tho ifathcr nd mother threw
the children from the second story
windows into the amis of tho res
cuers and followed them by jump
ing to tho ground. All were clad
in the flimsiest of night apparel.
It was impo.s;blc for the rescu
ing party to extinguish tho flaiaios
which had gained such headway
that none of tho contents of the
homo could bo saved. Before the
flames died down the entire house
had burned to tho ground.
Mr. and Mrs. Riddle -and child
ren wore taken to the homo of a
neighbor where they aro in a very
.serious condit'iMi from cold and
exposure. They regard their 'escape
from death a.s piiraculous.
Mr. Riddle is a -mail carrier on
(ho St. .Tames rural i-onle out of
Iberia. Ho is very well known
Miroughnut tho eastern part of
Tho Warner & Edwards Store
To reduce the stock
we itrc making prices for
January that arc lower
than the wholesale price
of the goods.
27 in. Flannelette!
36 in. Arnold Flannelettes
27 inch Light Outing
36 inch Flannelettes,
in the choicest pat- ia1a
It's economy to buy
these outings and flan
nelcltcs for future use.
(Thousands of cases of rheumatism
ns bad as yours havo been cured by
Electropodes. Ask your druggist.
(At Cleveland, there Ig a motor driv
en show window. It is built on
tho principle of moving platform,
and the display capacity of tho win
dow is quadrupled.
BIG UNDBRMUSLIN and
WHITE WAIST SALE
Certainly this sale is proving a great success and one that will not soon he forgotten.
I purchased these goods especially for this event and I am selling them at prices
never before quoted on this line of goods. Don't miss Friday and Saturday as I in
tend to mahe them the banner days of the sale.
2 yard wide unbloachcd damask
30c this is tho greatest "linen bar
gain" that will bo offered Marion
women folk this winter. Notice tho
width, 72 inches.
A 70-inch more. Blea. damask re
duced to 40c equal in looks and
sorvico to any $1 cloth, Boaufiful
double floral borders, several pat
Our famous G5c cream damask
during tho sale GOc. A vory heavy
and dcairablo cloth; 2 yards wide.
75c silver bloa. damask COc ov
ory fiber pure llnon. Hour-delis,
snow drop and liko pattoms, salo
$1 blca. satin damask 85c hand
some patterns with napkins to
match. This damask is equal to
tho avcrago $1.25 cloth.
A lot of $1.25 napkins at COc
Excellent values reduced because
they aro slightly soiled, to GDc doz
en. Extra largo $1.50 napkins, salo
10 per cont discount on all odd
Totals 855 7SS
Cooper 17 144
Harris 1G4 174
Davis , 140 202
Benlou 109 17(1
Ilojthert 100 17(1
A swell lino of wide and full
petticoats with deep flounces pret
tily trimmed in laco or cmbroidory.
$1.25 skirt now COc
$1.50 skirt now 80c
$1.75 skirt now 08c
$2.00 skirt now $1.20
$2.50 skirt now $1.00
$3.00 skirt now 1.80
$4.00 akirt now $2.40
$5.00 skirt now $2.80
$0.00 skirt now $3.08
Largo assortment of now' gowns,
prettily trimmed and with tho high
low or V shaped nock. Pull
SOc gowns now 33c
CGc gowns now 30c
75c gowns now 48c
$1.00 gowns now 50c
$1 .25 gowns now 83c
$1.50 gowns now 80c
$2.25 gowns now $1.30
$3.00 gowns now $1.08
$3.50 gowns now $2.48
UHLER St PHILLIPS
DID 0U KNOW?
FATHER WILLIAM'S INDIAN TEA
gathored lu tho ROOKY MOUNTAINS,
acts directly on tho Mucous Membrane
purifies tho BLOOD and cleanses the
entire system of the microbes and
gorms of CATARRH, HAY FEVER,
ASTHMA, JJUONCHITiS. COUGHS
To ull sufferers of these troubles,
wo recommend It, believing a couwe
of FATHER WILLIAMS Modlclno will
produce better results than any other
In the market.. Tea-or Tablet form.
30 cents. Tschanen Bros., agents.
Don't fail to seo theso corset
covers. They're certainly bargains.
35c cover now 21c
30c cover now 23c
50c covor now 33c
75c covor now 40c
$1.00 cover now 50c
$1.50 cover now , ". .. 80c
A neat assortment with deep
laco and embroidery trimmed
35c drawors now 21c
SOc drawers now 23c
G5c drawers now 30c
75c drawers now 40c
$1 . 00 drawers now GOc
$1.50 drawors now 98c
Waists bought especially for this
sale, and they'ro by far tho great
est of bargains.
$1.25 waists now 80c
$1.50 waists now 05c
$2.50 waists now $1.30
$3.00 waists now $1.70
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
any other waist In stock. Laco, Not,
Mull, Batisto and linen walists
to go at 20 PER CENT OTP.
For any of our $2, $2.50
and $3 Corset Covers.
Remember only 9c.
Tht Store with a Reputation.
For any of our 25c Cor'
set Covers. Truly a
bargain at 9c.
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