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Just stop as you pass our Furnishsng Window.
You'd think it impossibe to give such great shirt values
far sa little money. Many dollar shirts would hardly
compare in beauty.
It's one of the many good things we have in store
for you the coming season.
SIZES 14 TO 17.
Two candidates wcro Initiated, Ave
applications woro acted upon and
arrangements were made to confer
tho degroo on a class of fifteen can
didates, at tho meeting, of tho
Daughters of America held last
night. A committee was appointed
to arrange a social to follow the
initiation at tho next meeting and
also to secure tho services of a med.
teal examiner for tho lodgo.
After tho business session, refresh,
nicnts wcro served and a social time
. Tho regular meeting of Canby
Lodgo No. 51 Knights of Pythias
held in tho Jodgo halls last nignt
was very largoly attended and
proved of unusual interest. After
considering tho usual business in-
GET THE CASH HABIT.
of "Zion City" laces made by tho followero of 'Dowlo."
Maybe you don't just approvo of thoir doctrines but you will
surely ajrroe with us that thov know how to mako laco. '
SHOWN EXCLUSIVELY BY US IN MARION. ,.3
New York Store
THE UHLER &
Tomorrow will be the opening you are invited to
look through whether you want to buy or not. You
are guaranteed courteous treatment and you will see
many handsome novelties that no other stores can
Some Very Special Prices
I.Altaian Voile Skirts at $7.50
Mlk drop for Voile Skirts at- 93.98
Faacy Eton Suits beautifully trimmed in the top
natch styles-fancy plaited skirt -a real $25.00 suit
Spaclal Tomorrow $16.75
flaw Whit Lingerie Waists-either in long or short
kovM , open in front or back a f well collection all
ftisp and itw. Priced irom $1, $1.25, $1.50, $2 to $15.
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itiativo woik was taken up and
tho third degrco Avns cleverly con
ferred upon a. class of fivo candi
dates. A smoker nnd social time
followed the business.
A well attended meeting of the
Hcd JIcii was held Tuesday even
ing and ono cand:tlnto initiated.
Aside from this rmitino business
was tho order of tho evening.
'Jlbo Royal Purplo degree was
conferred on one candidate and
ono was elected to, the Patriarclilal
degree nt a well attended meeting
of Mizpah Kneninpinont, I. 0. 0,
P., held Tuesday evening.
Tho( salvo that acts llko a poul
tice Is Pine Salve Carbollzcd. No
other salvo so good for cuts, burns,
bolls and chapped skin. Ask about
It. Price 25 cts.
Sold by Flocken Drug Store.
Special Skirt &
Our Mr. Phillips has been
shopping the New York Market
for several weeks looking up the
newest ideas in skirts, waists and
Want a Chance to Stack up
Against Lime Burners.
SOME PRE-SEASON GAMES
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May lbe Arranged With the
Three Men Under Reserve Fail
to Sign up Marion Contracts
but Signatures are Expected
Tho management of Hogan'a
Runt a wants to make nrYaugcnicnts
with tho managers of tho local 0.
and P. lcaguo team, for nn exhibi
tion gamo to be played some tlnio
beforo the opening of tho lcaguo
season. If possible tho Runts would
like to cuter into sovcral practice
games with tho lcaguo team. It
is staled that Manager Drumm is
anxious to arrango tho games and
will probably give tho Hunts ono
of! tho Sunday dates beforo tho
opening of tho season. Tho young,
sters will have a strong team this
season and will bo fit to gjvo tho
older men a hard workout.
Secretary Allen has not ns yet,
heard from Miller, Doylo nor Hous
or. The hi-co men are tho only
ones who havo not signed their
names to tho Marion contracts.
All of them are holding out for
tnoro of tho filthy lucre but it is
hardly likely that tho management
will consent to increaso the salary
Miller is a fast fielder, a good
hitter and is considered ono of tho
best of tho local outfielders. lie is
held under reserve- and it is ex
pected ho will get into lino boforo
the opening of tho season. Houscr
is haid to bo n. 0nvor inflolW
and n good batter. 'Ho will bo
played cither at &hort or second.
Doylo is catcher who will probably
bo used as utility (man or traded
for an itifieldor.
Manager Drumm 1ms received
word from practically all of tho
mon who havo signed their con
tracts nnd each 1ms expressed him
self as behig highly satisfied with
the prospects of tho team in tho
pennant race. Tho players bcliovo
that with fair luck tho team will
land up in tho first division.
The fans nro getting anxious for
tho opening of the season nnd aro
doeply interested in tho local team.
It is doubtful if there has over
beforo been n.-o So mivh jntercst
taken in baseball beforo tho open
ing of tho season so at tho present
time. With a Class "C" lcaguo
toa'm and a: good park within easy
hurx"z ? IC1 ,,,0..y-
baseball should flourish as it has
Ju .i ..' atUf ftLso Probable
that tho enthusiasm over the Nat
ional gamo will lead many of the
dovo ecs to form teams and nt least
two leagues during tho summer
Longville, Mach C Tho mmni
spring moving has begun unuaually
early. There Is a general movn and
exchange, (,omo being so anxious
that they move on Sunday.
S. P. Keener, of near Marlon
made a business trip to tho vlllace.
Mrs. William Falrchllds Is unending
Flndlay, with hor daughter, Mrs.
V. Alapao, who Is very sick.
Mrs. A. F. Brlok visited friends
n tho village Thursday.
Mrs. H. Knlekel and sirs. n. t.
Dish visited. Wednesday, with Mm
Christ Zelg, of Marlon.
Mrs. William alrchlld3 Is snendlnir
a few days with her father, Mr. O.
Ruth, noar Claridon.
Mr. P. D, Dunn had a very bad
runaway recently, Tho .team bei,
came frigtened at some litter and
ran about a mil - before they could
bs gotten under control, dolnc con.
slderable laraas to UhewagonWa
harness. fiii.tiiiinn.mn!,r nfi,A
Gently moves tho bowels and a
tho same time stons tho couch.
Bee's Laxative Cough Syrup. Con
tains Honey and Tar. No opiates,
Beat for Cpughs, colde, croup and
whooping cough. Satisfaction uuar.
antefd. Children llko It, Mothers
Sold by Flocken Drug Store,
fried With the Commissioners
r. vw (jj
? t ! County Auditor,
Tho cbunty auditors monthly fin
ancinl statement liied witli tne,
county conimissionci-s th!w, afternoon
allows tho following condition:
Balance on hand February 1,
$333,033.77; overdrafts Feb. 1,
!:27i(J32.80; receipts during montjh,
f29p,GS0.37; disbursements during
month $4(13,407.01. balanco on
hand March 1, $133,274,33; over
drafts $180. SI. Tho balanco re
ceived on deposits with various
banks amounted to $480.28 for tho
Piles Cured in 6 tol4 Days.
PAZO OINTMENNT Is guaranteed
to cure any caso of Itching, Blind,
Dlcedlng or Protruding Piles In 6 to
14 dayi or money refunded. 60c.
Genuine Moneybak Silks at Warn
er & Edwards.
1. 1). McNoal this 'morning fil
ed nn answer ipr tho Marion Nat
ional Bank in tho caso of tho
Nnzarcth Foundry and Mnchino
company against tho Clinton Foun
dry and Machine company in which
tho Nazareth bought to garnishee
certain money alleged to belong to
the Clinton people and in tho
hands of the bank.
This money was recently ordorcd
turned over to tho Clerk of tho
common pleas court and the ans
wer states that the Bank now has
nothing of vnluo In its' possession
belonging to the Clinton Foundry
and Machui6 company11
Crissingcr and Guthery filed rt
petition to fdiocloso a chattel mort
gage held by C. F. Myers, doing
business ns the United States Car
Viage company against llobert
Doko. It is claimed that the
plaintiff holds a' chattel mortgage
on ono lnm!Hri and tho defendant
wrpngfully Metains tho rig from
hiin. ' l
Attorney 17. B. McNeal has filed
an answer for tho Marion National
bank in tho case of Julia C. Harri
son iigahibt the Clinton Foundry
and Machine company in which it
is alleged tlmf'thc bank hns no
funds in its possession belonging
to the defendant company.
Tho defendant in the mattor of
Agnes Geisy against John Fell
muth has filed a motion to givo
socially for costs for iho reason
that tho plaintiff is a non-rosidont.
Now is tho time : you want
good woik, nnd guaranteed satis
factory, call New Star Dyo House,
first door south of Opera Houso
Meat Maiket, Phono 1789.
That ombracos many exclus
ive styles that can be scon
only at "LUDWIGS." Gar
ments that possess individual
ity and becomingness to a
marked degree, and you'll
agree that the qualities are
most unusual at their resoec
tive prices ranging from
$10 to $35 , ,
Blacks, Blues. Gray, Brown
Checked and Fine Stripes in
both the fetotyrMd Pony
Jacket sfylee, L. re Jjr uy
J. P. LDDWie
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It Says PresiderjyUntier
wood Hat Resigned
Report Says He Has Gbde to
the Great Northern
Big Four Passenger Train Comes
Nearly Being Wrecked at Local
Station Railway News
J. A. Cooper, tho woll known
road foreman of this division of
the Eric has becu transferred to
the New York division with head
quarters at New York city. Tho
transfer, means a promotion in
position' nnd nn Increase in salnry.
Ho is well known among local
railroad men owing to li'is frequent
Local railroad men havo received
tho rumor from Huntington, Ind.,
to tho effect that boano of tho high
er officials ,of tho Eric road havo
The officials car No. 004 carry
ing practically all of tho high of
ficials of tho road passed through
the city Saturday on train No. 3
for Chicago. They returned Mon
day evening on 'No. 10 with tho
exceptions of President Underwood
who was not aboard. When ques
tioned about the chief executive's
whereabouts, the officials refused
to talk, but it was later disclosed
that ho had accepted a position
.vith the Great Northern road un
der James Hill who has sold his
controlling shares ii tho Erie tr
tho Ham man interests. It is said
that tho trip Saturday from New
Tork t0 Chicago was Underwood's
ast ono in the Erio's official car
jut tho other higher officials will
remain nnd 'it is pretty well con
firmed tliat Stuart will be made
president in Underwood's place,
A force of men was put to work
this morning in effecting tho regu
lar spring cleaning oj the Erio
yards. All of the old vubbago is
being swept up and burned nnd
In the next low days tho yards
will take on nn ontirely different
Big Four passenger trainNo. 10
.camo near being wrecked almost
opposite tho Union Depot hotel yes
terday forenoon. A freight train
had passed but a few minutes be
foro tho arrival of, tho passenger.
A heavy steel break .beam had
dropped from ono of tho cars and
ballanccd at a dangorous anglo
across tho rails. When tho passon
ger train struck tho obstruction it
flew with torriblo (violence punc
turing the iloor of tho acqommoda
tion, baggago nnd passenger car in
two places. Fortunately, nono of
the occupants of tho car woro in
jured and tho remainder of tho
train passed snfely over.
Clifford Jennings, of TJtusvllIe,
Pa., has accepted u position as
bookkeeper with tho Marlon Gas
company, and assumfd JiW-now du
ties this mornln., H"''flW UU
Jlov. John R. Ijllman? f'ltts
burg, addressed thejtudont body of
tho high school this "mornlnK at 8:30
o'clopk. He talked uponfiowhemo
o practical oducltlonl Umstktlnir
numerous Interesting ana Instructive
An unusually weUy .attj&fledj moot
ing ot tho Woraantf . Relief Jjorps
was hold In tho Madiabee halWues
day when an alj day sewing was
held. During' the day an elaborate
luncheon was . scrvcd..and, .a .great
deal of work dccGmpUbiedlVjV,.
Hiibjeqt discussed m at the regular
weekly prayer nicefing at tho First
Presbyterian church tonight. Tho
question will bo opened by Messrs.
Georgo Chrifatian Jr., and "V N,
Harder after which "it - will be
thrown open for general dlHotjsalon.
vrmreiicu ieii, ino, young ran who
was brought back here ffro, Van4
Werl, to face a paternity" clre,
CLASS DAY FROCKS
Our Showing of White and Printed Tis
sues' Embroidered Silk Organdies Em
broidered Batistes, French Organdies,
Swisses and Kindred Fabrics is beyond
comparison. We are showing the most
beautiful line we've ever shown choice
materials and exclusive colorings that
were contracted for last November.
They cannot be found in the market to
day at any price.
Boule de Sole
Emb. Silk Organdie
Noaveaute de Sole
The Correct Laces
I Warner lb Edwards i
preferred by .Miss Rosa Posnnught,
has succeeded in settling the mat.
ta with tho girl for a money con
sideration, and she has withdrawn
her action against him In Justice
,AVilK'alni Mnhaffey, president of
the Moiral bank lies in ft critical
condition nt hi diomo in that
town. tUr. Jncoby nnd Dr. Jolly,
of Morral. and Dr. .Benton of
Harpstcr, held n consultation at tho
bedside Inst n!jht nnd pronounced
his caso ns yet hopeful. Ho is suf
fering from heart trouble.
Noah Jones, aged fifty years, of
Jefferson streot, wns run down and
seerely Injured by a delivery wag
on, while riding a bicycle at tho
coiner of Jefferson, and Center
streets, yesterday afternoon. Jones
was knocked from his whcol, tho
rear wheel of tho wagon passing over
his -Ight jjhouldor, (breaking the
clavicle bono. Dr. H. W. Eager
was called and rendered surgical
fiWTS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
tallevs Indlcaitlon and Stonnch Trouble'1
100 Fine Chiffon Panama
A few days ago we advertised -50
Panama Skirts which were worth $8.75
for $5.00 and they didn't last two days
and many women were disappointed.
TODAY we received a new lot, a new model, a fuller
cut skirt of the very finest $1.50 all wool Paaatta, 4
pretty plaited skirt that comes in alar and Mack,
in every. length. This skirt is worth $a75, it
shows its value, the tailoring is very carefully exe
cuted and you'll find the hang right. '.i-
100, NO MORE, when this lot is sold, salt ends fegeod.
It's the last lot we can get anyhow. Wo art selling
them merely for an advertisement tt bring more
Busmen to thts department.
D. A. FRANK SCO.
Plaid Taffeta Brllliaatiat
Dotted Swiss '
We aro Agent!
All 10 Cents Each
The Spring Cataleguesf
are now in.
Ask for Faibiaa Sheets,
they ara free.
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