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Hero is one .that will pleaso
you fill, but u-ili bo cold at
this prvco olifl'lfiU Saturday.
Namely: One" lot of regular
$1.25 and $1(50 Black Mer
cerised and Moire Pettl
cohts with a deop and wido
circular flounce to sell to
Ll ,ar rk
Onn lot of White Waists to
sell at big reduction tomor
$1.25 waist now .... 89c
$1.50 waist now 95c
$2.50 waist now .. $1.39
$3.00 waist now .... $1.79
Tomorrow will see a groat
reduction on all our Goats
and Suits, t is "our desire
now to sell at any prico and
thoy are now cut to ONE
HALF PRICE and LESS.
Buy now. It's a gerat chance.
The Store with a Reputation. 1
The Uhler & Phillips Store
After Uvoice we find
several lots of goods, that
we will clbiie out very
in white 2nd xelors. square
and round 'shapes, re-
All wool and nicely
trimmed, reduced from
$1 and $1.50, aq.
for tomorrow at Oub
Slightly soiled, in white
aqd colored, for both boys
aid girls, reduced from
, Wol Sweaters
. in whit; blaclrani colors,
reduced frem (k OR
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HAVE BUT ONE
WHICH TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
Discount on all " Stetson," " Hawes3
" Gotham" and all other Hats and
Discount on all "Adler" suits and Over
coats. "Sam Peck" Children's Clothing,
"Crown" Trousers and all other Clothing.
Discount on all "Manhattan" Shirts, "Per
rin's" Gloves, "Carhartts" Overalls, and all
SALE POSITIVELY ENDS TOMORROW NIGHT I
For Murder of Shad West
brook at Cardington.
TOE FORMER MARI0N1TE
Eye Witness Says, Struck
Present Prisoner Makes the Fourth
Man Who Has Been Arrested
Charged with the Murder.
Sherman Peck, formerly of this
city, who is at the present time in
the Mt. Gilead Jail awaiting trial on
a charge of nrson, was Thursday in.
dieted by tho grand jury for the
murder of Shad Weatbrook, tho Ah
Ioy farmer, which took place at
Cardington on tho night of March
Peck, who la very well linown
here, was brought before tho grand
jury, ns a result of tho confession
made by .Terry Williams, who is
serving a sentence, for stealing
:hickon, in tho Columbus work
house . Williams swears that he saw
Sherman Peek strlko the blow that
This statement Is substantiated by
Herbert Glenn, of Cardington, who
clalmg that he was an eyewitness lo
tho deed which Occurred In front of
Hugh Lcssie's saloon.
It is understood that nccnrdlng to
the story of Williams, Peck . struck
the blow with a blunt Instrument,
Intending to knock his victim un
conscious so that ho could secure
Westbrook's money, which was
thought to amount to ?2,000, but
which It was later learned amounted
It is said that when It was seen
that the man was In a critical con
dition, ho was hurriedly carried
Into Bolyard's apartments, arrest,
ed recently for tho crime. Uou llol
yard and his wife at tho preliminary
hearing woro released and returned'
to their homo at Chicago Junction.
Tho arrest of Perk makes, tho
fourth person who lias been arrest
ed and charged with tho murder, and
then released. At tho tlmo of tho
arrest of .Tames Cacklor, of Ashley,
Peek wax named a3 an accomplice,
but had very Httlo troublo at that
tlmo In keeping from being bus.
pected as tho real murderer. In
Hhort many believe that the mur
derer of Shut! Wcstbrook 'will novor
Tho same sort of assertions wero
mado at tlio tlmo of . tho murder,
with the object of making trouble
for tho detectives who wero working
on tho caso. Arrest ' followed, nnd
wneu on trial, tno men wlio wero
Instrumental In causing tho arrests
wouht swear they never mado such
To peoplo familiar with the caso
it is thought that a regular gang of
ban men were mixed up In the af
fair and to shield tho real murderer
thefco affidavits have, been aworn to
for tho desired purpose of drai
tlio attention of the officials away
from the' giiljty one. As to the. Iron
sling ahot, 'alleged, to havo beon In
the possession of Peek after tho
murder, an Iron bar was found at
the tlmo tho deed was connnjtfod
that also exactly fitted tjie wound In
tho dead manV ahull,
Filti CuymL iatt 14 Bar.
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PAZO OWTMKNNT t;furwitKt I
Bikini er ProtrudUt PO'ljt t I WHf Wt
In the Calvary Church Evangelistic
'Che Evangelical services at Cal
vary Evangelical church am con
tinuing: tluoujrh thu week with sul
lied interest nml piu'coks. Several
mow have begun thi) christian life
during tlio Jnst few evenings.
Tim Service llii.s evening will ho
gin at tlio usual t'jino 7:15 hut at
the iropor time the opportunity
will ibo given Hio.o to leave who
will want to attend the eoneort of
the Honey's Hoys
Election will be Held at Agosta
Considerable activity Is being man
ifested In Agosta today and tomor
row promises to bo an exciting day
for the residents of thnt little vil
lage And It's all because a local
option election will bo held. Agosta
Is now a dry town and tho election
is being hold for tho purposo or
voting It "wet" If possible.
OF A. J. MAHAFFEY
Found Dead in Bed by His
Half an Hour Before Death He
Talked with Members of
Andrew J. Mahaffey, aged 53.
years, was found dead in bed Fri-i
day jnorning' at 7:30 o'clock at the
homo o his son-in-law, August
Kocnicr. of BeUofontainc Avenue,
death resulting from dropsy.
Mr. irahaffey " had been ill for
social Judiths with .llrijsht'ff dis-
caso. At seven o'clock when Mr.
Kocnig left for work Mr. Mnhaffoy
was mvnko and apparently no worse
than on tho day prnvio.us. A half
hour later his daughter, Mrs. Koc
nig, outored tho room and found
hor i'atlior dead. Coroner E. L.
Brady wns called and pronounced
death dilo to (ropiy.
Ues'iilos Mis. Kocnig, two' child
ren, William nnd Otto, survivo to
ninuni his demise.
Tho funeral arrangements have
not been completed. .
Citizen's Phono 1745 calta An
thony's now grocery, corner Loader
and Silver streets. " 2-12tp
AT '& PRICE
W aeed the ream fer
Ptlmi Mdj that'i why
W ct f ric like this.
$1,00 Mohair Waists- 50c
13.00 Iktlitt Waists $1.5t
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Important Mwting Held by
PLANS ART JISCUSSED
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For Ihcreajiri&Size of pres
ent SUtionOne Half.
Big Four Pssiesger Train at
Martel SavFrom a "Terrible
Wreck by Engineer Filkins
.Marlon Is to'havc' practically . a
new denot. nccoYuMnir to tho decision
of tho.offlclhla.3of the Krle, Dig
four anu MOCKing, vauej' ranrouuH
at an Important '"'conference held In
tho parlors ofr tho union depot hotel
Tlio officials hayo been brought to
the realization that more room Is
needed nml consequently tho present
depot will bo rehjodcled and Its olzo
Increased by nearly onc.h&lf. "We
have never hailchough room here;
our baggage room. Is too small, wo
practically have no room or han-
dllnz tho United-'. States mall, and
when traffic tsc'heavy, our waiting
room here will "not begin to nccom.
modate he people," said a high
Krtc official Mnan Interview fol
lowing the meeting.'
In order- to' prq,VIdo for the aboyo
named deiKit deficiencies, this Is Just
what 'the officials 'today decided to
do. Kxtendlng out to the southeast
from tho corner!1 whero tho right
door enter the. main waiting room
of the depot an extension, sixty feet
in length nnd about twenty feet In
width will be ,f constructed. Tho
general waiting-room will bo dl.
rcctly co'nliectedJ to tho extension
and abouti.oncrthird of tho addition
will ho used,' ,for a waiting room.
About bnc.hnlf of' the addition will
be used solely tfor a union' depot
ipostiofflcb department, 'and wluit
room Is left. wlU' be so arranged as
to directly conn"e'cfc"and enlarge, tho
Tho officials' In conference were
A. S. Ingallsyuperltite'ndbnt of tho
Big Four; .-l Jllgglna,. general
Dig Four agent from Cleveland; J.
O. Shlllingcr',, suiierint'endent - of
malntalnance -of wny'ortho Dig
Four.; J,, R. Kelly, jtralnmastor and
II. H.. Squires, traveling agent al
so of the BlgiFouTi.jf' Representing
tho ferle waoSuperlntendent C. A.
Al'en and from tho Hocking Valley
was'SiiKcrJritenrtont It, S. Qulglcy.
in (loflnlta business, transactions,
thq offipJhlH detornilned to instruct
tho arehlteetorthe. Hocking Valley
ranroad. to draw up -plans paralelllng
the ideas of the offlclas, spoken ot.
Furlhe'rihore the officials agreed to
Inform, the general -iofi'lclala at once
of their action today, -'In order to re.
celvo indorsement as Boon as possi
Another matter lightly discussed
at this mooting waaffrjeganllng tho
Lux Light Companyt,of Now York
was; recently given .permission to In.
stall .a svstcm of nscetlllno llirlifq
on trial, and If' tho system was sat.
Isfactory, ,tho officials wero to ac
cept It. The officials examined tho
lights and .although several ndverjo
criticisms were spoken,' they decided
to purchase them. ..
The rumor that life! ''Pennsylvania
company.'would JolnJin the union
depot and assist In.'jenlargInK and
improving, which yvan somewliat
loud for'ii'1 tlmo seems;' to have, qui.
eted down and as ho'f Pennsylvania
officlnls were preseiii' at the confer
ence today It is pretty well assured
tnat (hat company has 'entirely ban.
isnoti ino idea. , .. .
A third disastrous', passenger
wreck came near , being tallied up
against ? 'the Hlgour railroad
Thursday nftcriioouwhen fast train
.No.. 2!), with I'ciirly two hundred
pnssengersi aboard 'crashed into a
derail at. Mart ol tit$a':17 o'clock.
Tho watchful o.vo 6."ciurincor Pil-
-kip.s was all Ihat "fwcil tlio trnin
ns mo vo ol me emergency nraucs
slaekeiu'dv ,lho speejtFof tho train
from seventy milcs'Jo ton nu hour
witlnn.ia dustaiieo otxless than fivo
liundcd yards, . .5'
Tho train iuiderc(jondiictor Tay
lor was rtOdiing alnnr, at n speed of
sevoiity vjiiiles nu,ltour, ,Tli& traan
is nover blocked afny small sta
tion and '"dear UTick'U Js tlio W-
i vf.-nm ivuuiio wreu.'.iv vui ot
"., at InVtol Aflcfflheffock'
placcl on the "VJMA'l'.h
4flmv!kmc ho Jfn3raV clear track.
ps usuli) engineer ijjlkina "did not
cyoii 6lnekou spi-ed?nd5' when' tio
bloclc' sijrual. finallyFUoonjed up" bo-
ioraj him, jhp firaaan' .'heard, him
giro one toyrjfyiiRij'all,' ,nd lik
a. mad, wan bo botpg to throw lov
ers. Itf:io? tlian'liili -"aoconds the
fimnwand entrinigi'3ud done ev
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IN WILL ENLARGE
crythiwNpoMihleBa 'ibinking a.
wDBM, 'Wim: truidflliailjwck the tfe-
on Jfip tioRtttitil (Tire. xjm "oAtt
were juso iiurnuou wucrjus eamo io
iv stop. i The pn9spr.gemr"Were terri
bly ItliakeiV ypjah'dYflrAriyVtWere'bruis-''
ed from being thrown against' scats.
Thoienginonnd equipment was but
little' damaged., Tho tracks wero
torn up, Jiowcyer, nnd tho Gallon
wrecking crev worked, several Iiotirs
in clearing 'tho wreck. ' '
OABD OP THANKS.
Wo deslro to express our thanks
(o llie '-friends, Mubcr office force,
and neighbors, for tho sympathy
they extended and for tho beautiful
floral' offerings eortt during tho time
of otir bereavement.
C. S, GARDNER AND
TA! TA! TO MARION
Leaves Thursday Night for
City of Chicago
Little Italian Found Life in, This
City Too Strenuous to
Guiseppo Gioffritta's social and
business relations with Marion nnd
Mnrionites have been dissolved and
that excitable little person lias
faded from tho public vision even
as a beautiful dream. Guiseppo is
not hero any more. ,
lie had been in Marion but forty
days when be was arrested for tho
murder of hi brother. After be
ing' hastily indicted by a special
grand jury and grven trial by a
special petit jury, ho was acquitted
and ."Thursday evening, be bid his
remaining brother Giovanni Giof
fritta, a sad farewell nnd left for
Lifo in Marion was strenuous for
Guiseppo nnd bo decided that tlio
gaino was hardly vorth tho candle
in this locality, tt lias been dark
ly hinted Unit Guiseppo feared to
remain in town, but so far as can
be learned in, tho lpcnl, Italian col
ony, no threats, wero inoide against
'his life, nor wns- ho politely in
formed thai it might be- better, for
him 'to go. away for awhile. Gnis
eppe, it is1 said, went on Jiis own
initintivo ant -Munon will novor
.novcr .see liim' again if he can help
Gaoffritta'tf few belongings wero
gnthored 'together Thursday nfton
ho had spent Hid', first night of his
freedom with his brother, and bo
left for tho "Windy Cityj
Which prompt tho woll-wom but
over pathetic thought which tho
country correspondent so frequent
ly and touchingly ulter Marion's
loss :p .Chicago's gain.
CyUR stock sheet shows that our vast stock is three'";
y times as large as any we have ever before invoiced. v
" Going to start right here to cut the stock in Jtwp; go-j
ing to inaugurate a great waist sale with the lowest prices of ,
$1.50 White Waists 49c
About too fine white lnwn and ba
tiste waists, last summer's styles
which sold up to $1.50,
on Saturday, choice 1 49c
$3.98 White Waists 98c
Finest lawn" and lingerie waists,
handsomest and best styles of the
season, values upto $3.98,
offered tomorrow i , 98c
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100'Waistf of Silk or Net, .Values' Up to '$7.50, Now $i?98:; I
These are th$ newest tp-date styles of black taffeta ttncl peau de"' sdYe" pinjds k
andsilk nets over silk, a wide waist selection, and qonsists . tk "! ' "J
of values up, to $7.50, now, ----.-r------.-.7:-L.fl 1
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oaiuruay it onow uur new aprrag 5Kirt Styiai? 'r Twl
Hundreds uppn hundretls new .skirts. The. correct Spring qioels will-,' be
opened Saturday, for tyfrtir&t time; largest and best skirt display, cycr -.on; qne
aviiuuu iiuor.t j)qv fun. sKjris new voue, d'anamn anu novelties) ' y
black and.cojprs, at alJ-p'ricesaSpdown to.T 4. J-i.--2-,9it
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For Re-Appointment ' "it
Deputy U. S. Marshal.
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THE POST OFFICE FIGHT
At Prospect Wages Warm
Matter will be Settled at the Meet.
inc of t Republican Executive
Committee Itext Week
An- interesting meeUngpf the
Republican Executive committee
was held Tluuvnlny evening and
considerable business transacted of
a financial cliaracter. Tho commit
too endorJed thu enndidaey of
Amos Owens of this city for re
appoiiitment as Deputy Uiiitcd
Stales Marshal and also that of L.
E. Myers for a position on the
board of deputy state supervisors
However, llio ono really import
ant Mintter which was to have been
disposed of wn the postofi'ieo
Dent m Prospect, and tins was1
carried over for a week. 3t will be
defiiiMoly settled st a meeting
next Thursday or ,lVidny night,
who gets tho coinniUteo'si endorse
ment 1'or tho Prospect plum which
pays .$1200 a. year.
There are fivo aspirants for tho
endorsement thus far. John Rob
erts, tho present postmaster who
lias held the job for twelve years,
according to the sentiment express
ed by postmaster gcnoral Cortolypu
seems to linvo the inside track, as
tho postmaster gcnoral and Presid
ent llooscvclt have both indicated
thollr dosirq tint all competent
postanastom bo reappointed. And
it Lu not charged that Mr. 'Roberts
has been incompetent.
.Austin Mayfichl, Pearl Sells,
Robert Lafovcr and Albert Johns
ton aro also aspirants and all
luivo friends on the Republican
executivo committee. Tho contest
has proven a, source of much trcti
bio and worry to tho committee,
and in v.'av 6f ' tho fact that its rec
ommendation may, not carry .much
Hvclglit. in any ovent, if is thought
better to dispose of tlio matter nti
the next mealing. The present an-t
cumbents term docs cnot cxpiro un
til next March.
'.From Prospect comes tho word
that neatly every business man of
tho villngo has sent .a personal let
ler to Washington asking for tho
reappointment of Mr. Roberts.
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Saturday will !b
the day of the LOW-
known in the cloakJ,
Showing of Sheer
, Emb. Batiste
See West Window
Slxlh Annual IJanco given., by tha
People' Band Tuesday cvenlng; Fobi
ruary 5at Huber Hall. 1-31'
White Waists 69c
and sheer batiste' waists,
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beautiful .styles, long or shor
sleeves, values up, to $250,
now go for m 69b.
$4 Wool Waists $1,75
Our finest wool waists in Wjiite,
black and colors, made, from mohair
and batiste, former prices up ,
to $4, now ;$! 75,
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