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G-E WOHT
BRINGS
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OUR
LACE CURTAINS
came in 'today.
Our btock is now complete.
Choice new pattens. Special
good values in Curtains at
. . 38c, 48c, C8c and 98c
Finerfcwc Curtains at . . .
... $1.48S2.45 and 2.75
Fine Cable and Brussels Net
,,.. $3.00. $385 and $5.00
Good Felt Window Shades
at .... 10c
Best Cloth Shades ...!. 25c
Good natural Wood Curtain
Poles t)c each 3 for .. , 25c
- THE -
Denman-Jenner Co.
WEST CENTER STREET.
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More new
Friday Is Bargain Day Here
EVERY department will show something at a bargain
tomorrow. Goods that you need NOW, very much
underpriced. Many things not mentioned in this ad. will be
on sale at a big saving. Attend our Friday sales.
Dress Goods Department
50c Value at 19c
A lot of all wool. .S-in. wide dress
goods; strictly all wool; suitable es
pecially for children's wear. Re
duced from 50c per yd.
19c
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f , m vvasii Lioots department
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f ra M Corded Madras Cloth X. LinerA Suitings
p w a 15c corded Madras cloth for misses' A verysjsnecial V)ffcr for Friday
Pi ffi, skirts, shirt waists, shirt waist suits just the drWdjU' is a 50c white
F 'i& anc children's dresses and waists. linen voile, 30 inches wide, 50c
h , m fl inequality at quality nt
I I 1 10c 25c
$ 5, El .
I T I f All Wool Voiles '
',r M ' This is the most popular dress material now out. A good
UM II line of colors is hard to find anywhere. Our Friday price
tCs 9 will put this material within the reach of every Marion I
f sar 1 H .lady. A regular 90c quality, black and all colors, at I
l''Xu m .J co I
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t'iW 8 V d Spreads Corset Cover Ljngefie Waists I
UfW H On Friday we will sell Embroideries A big lot of white wash I
;l'V II '00 bed spreads that 5 pieces of 18 inch HlU'm I
I laf- m are now worth Si co wide corset cover cm- eel nom waists made
I -W?W 9 9 Zl broideries in a 39 cent j c tai ftt r.1;50' I
1, 1 fol 41 nn quality at $MS nnd Sj.2. Friday, I
f m -'J M 25c 98c -' I
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n lH 1 v- I V Special Sale on Pomestips for Friday. I
i I UHLER & PH I L tl PS I
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KLEINMAIERS.
Every Day
NEW ADDITIONS TO
SPLENDID SELECTION OF
STYLISH SUITS.
Ainonmt yesterday's arrivals va3
ajhandsome three 1)1111011 sack suit
v-fsizes 34 to 38 in the new shades
of brown a color tha'c will be
Btrictly "it" with best dressers.
If you are looking for any parti
cular stylo of suit, any particular
fabric or pattern, if its up-to-dato
and if its to be found at air,
YOU'LL BE SURE OF FINDING
IT HERE.
KLEINMAIERS
Sobcjc Hotcs
At a regular meeting of Marlon
Council, Royal Select Masters, held In
the Masonic Toinple, Wednesday ev
ening, arrangements were niado for
holding the annual meeting. May 1G.
Tlio Royal anil Select Master de.
gtces will bo conferred during tho
afternoon and the auper.exccllcnt de
gree In the evening. It li expected
that about 20 candidates will take the
work.
The regular meeting of the Fra
ternal Order of, Eagles held Inst
night was exceedingly largely attend.
cl. After transacting the usual
lodgo business, the lodge members
adjourned to the banquet room where
an elaborate supper followed by a
smoker, was enjoyed. A number of
otiLof-town visitors were present up
qn this occasion.
The KirVits of the
abee jvet lnt night and
tended do routine business.
Mac-iit-
THE UHLER & PHILLIPS STORE
Silk Department
75c New Foulard Silks at 39c
A big silk purchase placed in our
hands will be sold tomorrow (Fri
day) at about one-half price for the
day only. " Best styles and the new
coloring. No samples. 75c quality at
Oil ITICIJIV. fvilnritur. No cm m nine. nrr nnnlitv of !
THE
IRONTON MAN
APPOINTED
E. A. Sloan Comes to This
City
SUCCEEDS F.J. VAN HORN
As
Superintendent of
Marion Cemetery
the
Mr. Sloan for the Past Twenty.Onc
Years Has Been In Charge of
the Ironton Cemetery.
The trustees of the Marlon Cem.
otery association, announced today
that E. A. Sloan, of Ironton, has
been elected superintendent of Ma
rlon cemetery to succeed P. J. Van
Horn, who tendered his resignation
nt tho nnnual meeting held recently.
Mr. Sloan will assunva his duties
hero July J.
Tho Ironton Register ot April lfi
has tho following to say regarding
Mr. Sloan:
"At a mcetlnt? of the cemetery trus.
tees last night, the resignation of
S. A. Sloan, superintendent of Wood
land cemetery, was read and accepted
and Prcd L. Sloan, assistant and
brother 6f tho superintendent, was
elected to succeed him.
"Air. Sloan resigns to accept the
snperlntendeney of a cemetery at Ma
rlon, Ohio, which contains about sixty
acres, and is about th0 slzo of Wood
land. Mr. Sloan has been connected
with Woodland cemetery since 1S8C,
when ho came there with his father.
Upon his father's death In August,
1894, ho had charge of Woodland up
to tho present time. Hla lesigmrtlou
takes place July 1.
"Mr. Sloan will havo n largo and
modern residence, and an office In
connection with his new position, ami
all modern Improvements. He Is
recogized as one of the foremost taoid
scapo gardners in Ohio.
"Superintendent Sloan has given
great satisfaction In his position and
tho cemetery trustees and the public
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39c
generally greatly TCgret to have him
leave Mr, Sloan gets a much larger
Ealnry In his now iwsttlon Jjinn ho
did here.
Tho people of Marlon are to be
congratulated upon securing Mr.
Sloan's service, as ho will certainly
piannge the cemetery with caro and
ability.'' '
atltoab Hotes
Itepresntntlves of the legal and op
erating departments of all tho rail.
loads in Ohio met In conferenco at
tho Chittenden hotel, Columbiis, ya.
tenJny morning and considered tho
new set of car service rules re
cently promulgated by tho Ohio rail,
road commission and scheduled to
become effective .May 15. About 150
persons' were present.
M. S. Connors, general superln.
teudent of tho Hocking Valley, pre
sided at the meeting, which was brief.
A committee was appointed lo go over
the inks and report at a meeting to
be hold between this and May 15, and
report whether any of ,tho rules aro
Impracticable from an operating stand
point, '
Tho disposition of tho railroads is
to abide by the ruling of tho com.
mission, if this Is nosslblo. If not.
they may either apply for a modifica
tion, or apply to the courts for re.
lief. John S. Wilson Is acting as
counsel for the railroads.
Since tho ngltntion In favor of the
construction of a subway for' the
Eilo and nig Pour railroads, was com.
inenced, the number of freight trains
that have blocked tho local crossings
more than the stated time allowed
by law has been ery .small.
Iho railroads aro sitting no nnd
taking notice, nnd It is expected that
nuisances of this kind will bo elim
inated in fnt u re to a srront extent
by tho proper precautions being tak.
en by railroal officials.
A PROMOTER IN TOWN Ho Is
selling -stock In tho greatest enter.
prso in the world. Many Marlon
stockholders who wero so fortunate
as to obtain shares several years
ago, say that tHoy aro receiving divi
dends amounting to from fOO per cent
to BOO per cent annually, and nro ad
vising their friends to buy quickly.
Like all other .entorprlsos tho suc
cess In obtaining big dividends de.
ponds upon tlioso who hnndlo the
business. The stockholders of this
concern do not depend upon others
for the best reshlls, but have the
eiitlro control 'pf their own thare,
and can inal.o'' a success In proper,
t'on to tlio personal Interest they
take. The shares may vary some In
price, tho average being about 75
and can bo paid ftu; in cash or In
easy monthly payments. Thcro Is no
person In any walk oftfo hat can
not make thq best Investment of
his life in Inlying on6A theso
sbnTes, as ho will alwaysecelvo
big dividends us" long as ho lives. If
ho has tho ambition to tako advantage
of this opportunity and get busy.
For further Information call on W.'
iL. Prcntlni, local representative
room No. a, Huber Dldg. Phones:
City 10C1, 1M 333V.
INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS
Ilox 799. SORaVNTOir. PA.
tow 1 can quality lot latgoi aiaty ami advance
inent to the iwtltluQ txfure whlcb I av matkccl X. I
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Ad Willrr
Show.CailWilKjt
Window Trlnmi.r
CltllScltlcellaami.
Ornamental t'eilnnrr
Mechanical Ilniclaecr
M.cliaalcal Diitiam.n
Hurrnian Marhlnlit
lilrctiical linglaccl
Blecttlclaa
I'owtt builon Sont.
Aicbltect
Architectural tlrajtfinan
btructural Kfliclncer
btructural Drafttinan
Contraclur lit llullder
roremaa I'luinl!
Tltll UnKlneer
H. H, Construction Bog.
Surreor
Mlalair r.onlnecr
Cheinltt
llookkeeper
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CAT CAME BACK '
JUST THE SAME
Shipped to Delaware "Tige"
Walks Home.
His Pedal Extremities were Some
Sore But He Wou a Home
All Right.
Mr. nnd Mis!. K. 'G. StnSger ot
Gir.ml Avcnuo aro tlio poisessoM
of a largo Tiger cat wJticli dis
played n Tcmarknblo cgrco 01
tiuituto or mo iininuu ii"iuici yi
tenlny a lion it -l-eturuetl homo from
a tweiity-fi'vo jjiilo trip across tho
counliy. T
Mrs.. Staler had giv'on tho ani
mal to i t'rieml a-ebiiling near
Delnwaru niul tho cat was sent
away in 41 tifthtly " covered box.
Upou, opening tho door eaily this
morning Mrs1, fctaigor iyi very
much surprised whon .tho e,nt
bounded :'ti; ,'1'ho animal ' feet
wero veiy riore nnd it appeared
tired and had evidently travelled
all day and night to xoaclii ita
old homo. x
Mr. And, Mrs. ,Staiger say that
no more will old "'Deo" bo .coro-
pelled tfr ,lHve'tfte, happy' family
circle and MtHU ,ltVi pWuwtl., ai U yom ,aaye ' j yfamjium, , m
We odoptieii W' 4an,if attW.nl Janl-I yowr kvi& v'JnA tTmtiwl
CREMATED
IN A BARN
Charles Hersey Meets an
UntBelyXeflh;
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VICTIM AN AGED MAN
Horrible Sight Greets
Spectator's Eyes
the
Intoxicated man Falls Asleep with
Lighted Pipe in His Mouth and
Sets Fire to the Structure
Burned to death whllo he slept In
the barn that served as his home, in
nn alloy between Oak and Prospect
streets, Just off tho Garden "City
Pike, was the fate of Charles Horsey,
aged 70 years, when tho structuro
burned to the ground Wednesday
night about nine o'clock. ,
Tho fire was not discovered unitl It
had gained considerable headway,
and although It was known to the
crowd that gatbored around" the scene
that a man was being slowly burned
to death Inside, the time had passed
for a rescue to bo effected. An alarm
was sent 'In to the Central depart
ments, but by the tlmo the depart
ment reached tho scone, the barn, a
tumble down affair, was a seething
mass ot dames.
Tho fire lit up tho heavens and at
tracted a great crowd to the scene.
As tho roof and sides of tho barn
fell, the boly of Horsey was soon In
the midst, being charred beyond rec
ognition In the roaring furnace.
Until a few days ago, Horsey had
been an Inmnto of tho county In
firmary. Ho left that Institution to
live with n colored man named Day
in tho old barn, which was on a prop,
erty owned by J. W. Clark. Tho
men had a few old blankets In the
place. A board spread over the
manger served as a table, and a few
broken dishes weio used nt mcnl
times. Together, the negro and tho
white, both old and Infirm, lived
the simple life.
Only yesterday tho son of the col
ored' man came, hero from Indiana,
apd took his father homo with him,
leaving Herso to llvo alone. He wn3
seen going to his abode early last
evening, badly intoxicated.
An Inveterate smoker, Hersey nl.
ways retired at night with his pipe In
his mouth, ana It Is supposed that
tho flro from tho plpo set the barn on
fire, whllo Its occupant reposed In a
drunken slumber. Ho was stretched
out on n board that b.id sorved as
his table, and beneath him were tho
unwashed dishes in which his meals
wero placed. It Is believed that ho
was suffocated boforo tho flro reached
him.
ft'lio flro department put out tho
.flames, nnd the body was takon from
the midst of tha ashes and brought
to tho Hess morgue on South Main
.entirely burned off the body, nnd had
not been for 0110 or two articles
on tho man's uoily which worn not
burned It would lmvc been Imposslblo
to Identify him.
At ono time, a number of years
ago, Hersey bet his bod on flro in tho
samo manner, nnd his wife had a
vory narrow escape from belnp
burned lo tloath. Sho 'refused to
llvo with him after that tlmo.
The deceased had bcee a resident
af this city for tho past thirty yoais.
Besides tho wife, two daughters, Mrs.
ItachacI Morton, of this city, nnd
M,rs, Ixittlo Ferguson, of DuvyrtiB,
and ono son Simon Horsey, of Licking
county, survive.
Tho funeral nrrangemonls have
not boon completed.
Danco tonight
Tft5ch
Inger's hall.
Cheap Excursion.
Via Erie 11. It." to points in th
West and Southwest, On the first
and third Tuosday of each month,
wo will havo on salo, both ono way
pnd tounil trip tickets at exceeding
ly low rates. Call on Mr. L. B,
Nobergall, Erie agent, for particu
lars, or write
O. L. ENOS,
Traveling Passenger Agent.
iln tho annual announcomept of
the Ilcdpath Lyceum Biireau of Chi
cago, thero npiicars Ji. Jho cplumnfl
of tho long list of tont tho nam
of Wancn O. Harding of thiat city.
During tho coming season Mr. iHard-
ing will make his debut in tho pro.
fessional lecturo neld and his dates
will bo in sole clwfrge of ho lecture
bureau,
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JMaMMaHM
li LOCAL llf
jl EVENTS
WARNER
Housecieaning Helps
Room Rugs ' Linoleums, printed '
Small Rugs ?w& iw,t inlaid Lfnlewni
Clean flattings , - English fclnofranfir
Ingrain Carpets r Window Awnlnfcs
Brussels Carpets' - u : Porch Awnings
Shades v ,,, , Porcfi Carpets
Lace CurtainsV Porch Curtains
Ruffled CurtainsV Porch Rugs '
Woo! Brushes,
Curtain Stretcher!
HOUSECLEANING ALWAYS MEANS SOME
NEW FURNISHINGS.
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Don't wait nniil the last minute make your Mic
tions now. The work can be done just when ys are
ready. It will be a great. help to you to have the wark
arranged for.
Warner & Edwards
SLUMP IN BUSINESS
AFFECTS WORKMEN
Fifty Men Laid off at Steam
Shove! Shops
Machine Shops Close Down (Thurs
day, Workmen Going to
Other Departments
Hccnuso of nn unaccountablo slump
in silea of shovel machinery, tho
Marion Steam Shovel Shops has found
it necessary within the past' few days
to not only dlsconlinuu employing
now mo"., but Is temporarily laying
off about a half-hundred.
Wild rumors to tho effect that tho
night fdrce would bo discharged, nnd
perhaps half of tho day' force laid
olf, haw been nfloat, but tho reports
iwere entirely without foundation,
and although business 13 decidedly
quiet at pretant, tlio prospects nre
bright and tho shop officials arc of
tho opinion that nftor July 1, af
fairs will adjust themselves to their
normal stago.
Yesterday evening nnd this morning
forty.flvo mem wco laid oft from the
boiler and machine shops. Tho om.
ployes in thoso departments, as well
ns tho black smith shop hnd com
pleted considerable reservo work, and
much In ndvanco Of tho erecting de.
paitment. Consequently, today all of
the machlno shops wero shut down,
nnd tho men retained were placed on
erecting work. Tho night force lias
been also adjusted, and Superintend,
out Swcnoy today stated that It is
probable that it will not bo neces.
rary to further decteaso tho forro.
TJ10 shop h now employing nlwut
eleven hundred men, which Is about
three hundred less than the maximum
forco run during tlio winter.
Leave youMneasureforvourspirng
suit at Joe Voil's, North Main. 3-15U
To Care a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE UROMO QulniM
Tablets. DrtigKlst8 refund money If
it fails to cure. 13. W. QROVE'S
signature is on each box. 2Gc.
GET THE CASH HABITr
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L.AOE OU1STTAIN3
Wo surely aro making a host of customers, wilh our curtain
bargains. Don't pay fancy prices for yoNu: curtains, See us.
2 1-2 yd?, long Ruffled Curtains "l 2Bc'
3 yd. Long Laco Curtains 75c valuo , .. BOc
3 yd. Long 54 inches wide
It pays to get; the Cash Habit. '
N&vv York 5toirt3.
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I $15 asd $20 Suits aJt'SJ
A cut in prices mado just when
to-dato stock but thoy must bo
Checks, Plaids, and proVty plain colors it
stylos aro shown in regular 815-.00
values to bo now sold at. ... ,
Boo our East
' iiMimr rrii illaMiBawii Am mktmr, '' .
KW IDiA. PATTlWt AT'le BACH,
EDWARDS
Carpet Beaters,
"H & H" Cleaner.
Don't mlssho Slngin Sku1e It
will bo cntertaiming, and lots of fun,
Friday, 25c. It,
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Special
Remnant
Sale
1 laf
25c PER YARD.
Our special Friday rem
nant salei are attracting
hundreds of economical
nuyers, and no wonder,
when they can bny drese
goods and silks that sold
up to $2.00 per yard
for
The lengths
sirable, being suitabl
suits, skirts waists,
ets and children's dresses.
Any one in Med of. same
would do well to be here
promptly Friday morning.
D. A. FRANK
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?1.00 valuo for .J. , 85c
you ws
sold.
and $200
$6,98
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