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KLEIN MAI ERS
But Two Short Weeks Until This
Dressy Spring Holiday
You'll need a new Suit; perhaps a Top
Coat. Where will you buy?
We naturally suggest KLEINHAIERS
but the suggestion is hardly a selfish one
the benefit will be mutual.
At KLEINHA1ERS you get the benefit of
the largest selection iniflarion.
At KLElNMAIERyjm get the benefit
of workmanship urfequplled by Marion's
best merchant tailors. N
At KLEINMAlERSydtf buy at &TOCTLY
ONE PRICE which is oSsitlvelv theNowest
in the city for equal gqpjs.t,,, N
Our spring showing Is now at its beshx
You can at any time make your Easter se
lections; have them pressed and altered, if
necessary, and everything will be in tip-top
shape for you for taster Sunday,
i-i 11 fisted "$4iBnH
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Site for the New HbhllcNot
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DOCTORS OF MARION
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Must Guarantee to .Furnish
Free Medical Aid
Will Refuse to Mix in Family
MUCH VALUABLE TIME
Is Consumed in Such Cases
With Poor Results.
It Future Chief Executive will be
Severe and Tears and Pleadings
trll) be Simply Wasted
There aro more troubles among
married peoplo in Marlon than any
other city in tho sUto ot the saino
size, is about tho conclusion
reached by Mayor Suhcrff, who hau
been called on to mix in several
dozen different cases in tho past fow
There is a certain clement In this
cj(y that whenever anything goes
wrong, they look immediately to tho
city's chief executive and expect
hlrn to pacify tho troubled waters.
Kvery few hours tho mayor is 'called
up by some wife or bo mo husband
and made to listen to a tale of woo
that would drlvo an ordinary man
to drink in c little whllo. But tho
mayor is very 'courteous and listens
to every complainant and gives his
best advice. It is generally about
one or two days before the complain,
ant com,es'ln person to tho mayor
aud recites his or her story over
Through tho efforts of tho mayor
In bringing tho parties together,
many quar,rols liavo been patched up
and all Is wol, but It Is mora oftou
the caseibat the restored calm Is
onjy Jhat-whlch proceeds the storm
and trouble soon breaks out afresh.
Vhen tho wlfo prosecutes, she is
at flret very determined jto have
her husbad punished, but cither
through fear of him or believing
that ho will do hotter, she generally
withdraws.' tho charge and pleads
with the mayor to release her tib.
by. Few husbands hnvo been pros
ecutors, but many havo mado com.
The great amount of this species
of trouble 'has made tho mayor weary
of' it all. and ho Intends to rctuso to
mix In any amly "quarrels. Tn
ctjie'tha husbands aro prosecuted by
tb wjvjw," ho Intends to be very
sajrereasd not to give tho women
ajji opWrtunlty to havo their Iras,
bajfdf.freloasd yWhen tlfoy should be
puBiWduccause ' they descrvo it,
Md bcuse, 0 an example to othor
Changed wth killing and carrying
away two chickens belonging to R.
(F, Jonfi, an employee at tho water
iwerka plant, Lawrenco Kerr and
(j 3)anil V'l'i Vrp arrested Frl
dy pwraln by Constablo Ben Big.
(IT. VU. their hearing In Justice
' Cpalay'c com t(. Kerr pleaded guilty
ami,, ww ired ft and costs,, Wise
wvad' aaawinatlon and was bound
rtyfr )tba Krnnil jury, His bond
mt wm'-t 9 wt
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thM the young men
wore hunting ducks nt tho time and
finding game rather scarce they
turned from their quest of tho water
fowl to those of tho barnyard.
William Weston, an employee of
tho Steam Shovel Shops, who was
taken to Hardin county, six mllc3
this side of Kenton, to answer to a
paternity charge, Thursday, waived
examination and was Dound over to
tho grand Jury under $500 bonds,
which ho furnished.
He returned to this city last night.
The chargo was brought by Nora
Stlfflcr, formorlyi a resident of this
ZanesvlUe and Newark are Favored
but This City Still Has a kUood
Although tho conunitlco in
chargo of tho locntiou of a Jiomo
for crippled ami deformed children
favors building such a homo cither
in Zancsvillo or Newark, there is
still n probability that tho homo
will be located in this city.
Wi 1). Whipps, of thifi city, ona
of iho principal 'Marion -woikora,
called on Governor Hnrris Tinas
dny and talked, over ho situation
with him. Tho governor told him
that tho committee was in favor
of huilding tho homo in Znnesvillo
or in Newark but that if Marion
fecnt in a petition it would bo giv
en lull consideration nnii siaim
fully ,h much show a either of
tho -other cities.
Mr. Whipps states that thcro iro
two desirable silos for tho homo.
One is located south of- tho city
and the othor cast of tho city.
Each sito contains the fifty acres
needed for the homo. Pifty thous
and dollars has been appropriated
by the legislature for building tho
The imatlor .will probably be tak
en up by tho Commercial club with-
iii Iho next' 'few vdays artd a format
rcnucst sent to the eovcrnor. It
is one of th6 rnuirementa made bv
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tho cuiuiimiTO iiiuv nae pnytMJians
ol 1110 cny ,ni wiiHMi me, Jiome is
to be located guarntee to tfurnish
medical and surgical treatment 5 to
iho inmates of. tho home, free of
ohargc. It is believed that local
physicians will not bo less gener
ous than those of tho othor cities
mentioned in tJiis respect.
On nccpunt of Marion's central
location (Mid its excellent railroad
facilities, thcro is a belief that
tho committco can bo prevailed
upon to, locate the homo in this)
. Spring Vegt.
Saturdajt wo will sell:
4 lbs. Bfkd Apples, 2Ec.
4 lbs. LtnnLBcans, 25c.
Kraut, per gw., 25c.
Fancy Homegrown Potatoes,
Good flour, $l.m.
3 Corn, 25c. 3 PAe, 25c,
3 String Beans, 25c
Butter and Eggs.
D. A. TBMtY,
Fhoiic 168 N. State St.
FIFTH OPERA HON
Preformed on Mr. Harry Mason a
At 15 o'clock Thursday evening,
Harry Mason, who hns been con.
fined nt tho Sawyer Sanatorium for
scvoral months, underwent aji oper
ation, which was performed-by Dr.
IHamiI&n, ot Columbus. Ho was
assisted by Dr. Carl Sawyer, of the
Sanatorium. It was tho fifth opera,
tlon which has been performed upon
the young man and 'his condition,
which has been considered critical
for somo time, is considerably im
proved. HcV withstood tho "opera
tion well, anovls resting easy to
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MCk M wt kyt,MT0T
kftd tk iliftwira
yAiiiiiiiu in "laUi.'
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In a Urt riUtt f cHf
li and patteras. Tmw
hav thatiadivldlmlity a4
fwality that it n much
seiight ia h'i 4rM.
Prices are $1.25 and $1.50
a yard fr 27-la, widtkw
Buy your Wall
Bargain Store. Thoy
It at Cc
in MylM tkat ar aat cam
mon armd art special with
Prices are $1 Nrd and 75c
a yard. Nt r
Silks in Checks (
and Plaids y,
In black aad wkit, kla
and wkit, krawa and
white, fjreea aad white, kt
85c and $1 yard.
WARNER & ;
A Sensational Suit Purchase of 300 Elegant New Spring Suits
From the Factory of Prince, Wolfe & Co., Cleveland, at 60 Cents on the Dollar.
SUIT news of the .greatest importance to every woman in Marion county. A purchase that seems almost beyond reason, com
ing as it does, iilat the beginning of what promises to be the largest Suit season ever known.
Prince, Wolfe & Co., Cleveland's most progressive Suit Manufacturers, are to move this month, a spacious new building is
awaiting their occupancy. They wanted to sell their entire made-up Suit stock before they made the change, and knowing'that
we were always ready for a "good thing" wrote us tp come up. Our Cloak buyer visited Cleveland on Wednesday and came
home with the goods. Bought 300 of Prince, Wolfe & Co.'s high grade suits, the Handsomest garments we ever saw, undoubt
edly the best that comes to Marion for just sixty cents on the dollar. . '
Study the full meaning that this purchase means for you; think of the money you'll save; think of the wonderful 'assortment
you'll have to choose from; think of buying suits now for less than you could possibly expect to buy them for at the season's end;
think it over and act promptly, opportunities like this don't happen often. It's the first we ever heard of.
PR IT) A V M0RNINfi'ne sae commence?nc continues until every suit is sold. Ladies' it's a great feast to see these
' handsome Suits whether you bujNtf not. Included are the newest Persian models in Silk, "Voile
Panama and fancies, hardly any limit to the selection! All our ownuits will be sold at special prices during this sale.
$20.00 Eton or Fitted Suits $12.50
About ono hundred at this j rjCjuaThoy are the best suit wo
know of to retail at $20. Oomo in fine all wool Panama and
fancy weaves. Included aro thYVanftd bfack and whito checks
and plaids; also Champagne YolleVand fancies. Think of sav
ing $7.50 on a $20.00 suit. Then fancy choosing from a hun
dred beauties. No chargo for alqrattons..
there's going to be a .rush as Marion 'has
$25.00, $27.50 Eton SuitMl6.75
This season's handsomest suit styles are in this lot. High
grade Panamas and fancies, tho now tight fitting Out-a-way
Jackets aro in evidence Thore's a full representation of all
that's new and stylish in the Suit lino, mostly $25 iand 27.50
values for $16.75, .making $10 to $12 on a spring Suit is
quite an item and you'll havo no difficulty in finding a Suit
that you'll .'like. Find as many Suits as you'll find, in any
other Marlon store is here.
flfto.po Voile Suits cut to $26.75
'.$45.00 Voile Suits cut to. 1 29.75
$50,00 Voile Suits cut to 3475
$48.00 Silk Suits cut to
.,., - 32.75
$375 Silk Suits cut tb j --- 2.00
$48.00 Fancy Suits cutfjto izilvJfi($p' '
$40,00 Pqnnwa Suits, pu to -"--.-'il- 750
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$35.00 Voile Suits .cut to i' ' Vs
$30.00 and $35.00 Suits only $19.75
Beautiful Silk Suits, handsome V6ile Suits, the dressy Pan
ama Suits, Etons, fitted or.othtir styles that any woman would
willingly pay $30.00 and $3500 for now $10.75. Suits like thow
would bring a crowd at regular prices. but whon we announce .j
a sale at' one-third less than actual value mere will be, a regu
lar stampede. This 1b a very large lino. ,,
$12.50 Embroidered Voile Skirts now $ 9.95
$14.50 Embroidered Voile Skirts now, "'5
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$14.50 Taffeta Silk Skirts now -Q-75
$8.75 Black Panama Skij-tsnow 495
$12.50 Plain Voile Skirts now 7.95
$15.00 Worsted Plaid Sk,irts now 6.98
7? Back LVr?crkirts nov -.,.- 4.95
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ack Panama S
kirts now 3.98
50 new all-wool Box Coats for ladiesbr misses, $5 values $2.99
D.A. Frank & Company
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