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PEATTY & LONG
Qulck, SAles and Small1 Profit Shoe.
YOU KNOW US
NeVer before have we
had t He diversity of
tyle and the assort-
mentin desirable fabrics
that wehaye today.
Come In and look them
ipaker of good Clothes.
jHlgh cut shoes for men and boys
at Boatty & Long's low cut cash
prices are ''Just tho stuff" for stormy1
Try ADMIRAL COFFEE.
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WASHING, WASHING, ALWAYS WASH NG-That's why we are
Experts." , it b our main business. Why not send YOUR washing here then
"and have,it hand'ed by experts. Just call 1183.
P. C. A. ENTERTAIMNENT COURSE. BEST EVER.
Best seats $1.75 (or the course. Good seats $1.25 (or the course.
". Single Numbers Cost 50c.
Ferguson's Dixie jubilee Singers-7 Persons-Next,
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Conceded to he the best conip)tny of its kind it the world.
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Telephone or Call at Y. M. C. A. office for tickets.
WE KNOW YOU
Want GOOD CLEAN COAL?
'We have IT, and WANT your
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W. T. SMITH
Current Topic Club Holds
PROGRAM IS RENDERED
W. S. J. Club Meets With
Mrs. John Gunder.
Miss Bertilla Miller Entertains .In
Honor of Her sixteenth Birthday
Anniversary Last Evening.
The Current Topic club met Tues
day afternoon with Mrs. 0. It. Phelps
of St. James street as hostess. Tbero
was a largo attendance and a most In
teresting meeting' resulted.
The roll call responses were quota
tions from Shakospcare's Julius Caes
ar, A vocal solo was rendered by
Miss Dora Smith. A paper on the
BUbJcct, "Somo Old Roman Stories'
was road by Mrs. L. J. Smith. A
book review on tho "Last Days of
Pompeii" was given Ijy Mrs, M. S.
PInyord. A reading, "Spartaeus to
tlio Gladiators at Capuala," was
given by Mrs. W, 55. neatty.
Mrs. M.. H. PInyerd, delegate to
tho state Federation at Canton re
cently, gave a most Interesting re
port to the -Jneolng8. Instrumental
music was rendered' by Mrs. L. M.
Hlpsber. Tho members of tho'rlub
entertained their husbands with a s'x
o'clock' dlnnpr After dinner tho
Hours wero whilcd nway with music,
guessing contests and a social good
Tho out-oMown guests wore Mrs.
John Kitchen, of Columbus. Inrt..
Mrs. . p. Kline, of llolphos. and '
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hlpsber, of Cal
Tho club will hold Its next meet
lug Tuesday afternoon at tho homo of
Mjfs. ,T. K. Day. of East Church
Tho Christian Endeavor of Sal.
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MAYOR LOUIS SCHERFF
'om'fl Evangelical church met at
tho homo of MIbs Alma Lofflcr on
South 'Stato street yesterday even,
mjr. Tho attendance was exceed
ingly largo and a highly Interest
ing bosbIou resultod. At the conclu.
Ioik of the business session In
which only rogular monthly tran
sactions jwero considered, refresh
ments were served and a general
good social time was on Joyed.
The ., S. J, club waB delight
fully entertained Tuesday aftor.
noon by aire, John Gunder of west
Center street, needlework and so.
clal chat taking up tho afternoon
- Nearly ovcry member of the
club was present. KefreshmontB
wore served by the hostess.
. Tho club will bo entertained In
'.two weeks by Mrs, Ell Hush of east
Tho Woman's Guild of St. Paul's
rjiurch will hold a meeting at tho
Parish houso Thursday afternoon.
All members tiro asked to bo pres
ent as much business will ho
Miss Rcrtllla Millor. of Silver
street, pleasantly entcrtnined the
tiiomliora nt Mia T. IT i 1.1
Tuesday ovening In honor of her'1"8 enchanting concert. Macmmen,
sixteenth birthday anniversary. the nam0 alow ik "'Bnlflcant of a
Music and games wore features of reat dettl- bMt only thofio wh,
tho ovenlnc nnd rofroRiinienfn wo listened to his Impassioned music
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served by tho hostess.
MONEY BARONS RESCUE
t Bio TRUST COMPANIES
Now York, soy, fi. "Wall Sfreet
s.lgliediwlth.tfellef when it read tho
financial king's announcement
early tbday that money will bo
supplied fup to tho limit" to
support tho Trust company of
America and tho Lincoln Trust
company, upon which thorn havo
been runs of varying olumo ever
slurb the Knickerbocker suspended.
J. F. Williams, Pennsylvania
road foreman of engines, was a
visitor In tho local yards today.
Kmorbon Schoenlaub who Is at
tending school at O, S, U. return,
ed to Columbia! today after a brief
visit with bis parents on south
A theater party from Delaware
attended tno Francis MacmUlen
conceit at tho Grand last ovening.
Tho W. C. T. U. will hold meetings
at Old Lodieb' Homo In two Weeks
Instead of next Sunday as stated
, Elizabeth Cloud, nged 14 years,
colored, charged by jier inothor to
bo a juvnnllo delluquont was
found guilty In tho probato court
Tuesday nlternoon. .ludgo Foster
sontonced hor to n term in tho
Girl's Industrial Homo at Dela
ware, sheriff Drown took tho girl
to tho homo this nltornoon.
Tho Marlon County Modlcal as
soclatlon hold a mooting at tho
V, M, "C. A. Tuesday oymjlng.
and discussod inrfous "medionl
thomes. Dr. Hr 0., -M. Lewis of
this city and Dr. Hoobeck of
Hichwood ,read intorestlng papers,
nftor which'' tho association "mem.
bors plannod to olpct offlcers . for
tho coming year, not month,
'Ihoro was a largo aftondanco at
tho open houso hold last night
p( the V; 01, C, A. Tho election
returns wore read during tho
evonlns and a luncheon served.
Twp volley hall toams captained by
fames Flos and K, L, Brady
playoil a series of hotly contested
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MacmUlen Gives Masterly
SMALL CROWD PRESENT
To Enjoy Great Musical
Event Last Night.
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The famous Ohio Violinist was
Ably Supported by Mme. Van
Dyke Herr Hageman.
That Marlon music lovers can
scarcely appreciate tho eminence
and success , of 1'rancls MacmUlen
tho remnrkablq violinist, was de
monstrated last night whon but a
more handful turned out to hear
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last evening can really appreciate
the bigness of the man In tho
Marion 'almost reliable musical
critics pronounced the. concort by
all means the.lflnest that has been
given herow Ininny years.- To do.
scribe Macnlllllu'l,B7,ntlsicl8,tan im
possible task.-Jl'X.mere boy only
twenty.two yearsl of age, yet he is
muplcinnly, pontic, impassioned and
MacmUlen 's assisting artlsta woro
In his class and too favorablo com
mon t cannot bajpassed upon their
work , Minn TlnBlnn Vim TlvWn
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jcoloraturo soprano held the nudl
enco almost spellbound with hor
rich soft tones and hor work was
nouo less appreciated than tho
nuiBtor violinist. A potablo feature
of tho concert whs tho work of
Ilorr lllchard ilago'man at tho piano
and If the audience felt such a
thing as disappointment during tho
entire muslcnlo .It "was because tho
artist was not heard in solo work.
'MacmUlen opened his program
with a selection from Mendelssohn
'n rwl f.lnnA.l .11. -w ' . 11 !
"" tiuouii nun ii irony varioiy
of claslcs from Hnrtmann. Mozart,
Dlako and Paganlml. Madam Van
Dyko sang from Jtavld, Strauss and
Tho concort was given undor tho
nusplces of Mnrlon Doutscher Dund
IS SERIOUSLY INJURED
Falls Erom Top of Car in
the Erie Yards.
Sustains Concussion of the Chest
Happenings In Local Rail
Thomas Trlbcor, an Italian work
man omnjoyetl at .the . Rrlo ico
plant, fell from tho 'top of a ro.
frlgorator car about 9. o'clock Wed
nesday morning sustaining sorious
Injuries, Tho ypung Italian was
assisting In Icolng n , moat car whon
ho lost his footing and foil.
Tho Hess nnd Morkort umbu.
lanco transferred., him to tho Saw.
yor sanltnilum whoro ho was glv.
on surgical, attention, alio nhysl-
clan's1 k examination?1 disclosed that
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ho had sustained a concussion of
the chest walls ,'jind serious flesh
bruises on tho bjjok,, and should
ers. Ho will recover,
A. J, llopp, who has been sorv,
lug as relief agent, of tho Pennsyl
vania railroad In f, tho Sandusky
division with headquarters In this
city nns ueen transferred to
ugoncy at toipoq-jwj, h.
has' beon appoint
S.10 sorvo In the
CHAS. H. CONLEY
R. M. Connell train masters of
the Hocking Valley, was a visitor
In Marlon today.
LEAVE FOR THE WEST
Will be Tendered Banquet
at Salt Lake City.
The Party will Inspect Valuable
Mining Property ia WHch
They are Interested.
W. M. (Jackson, Dr. A. Rhu,
V. II. MtUlaln, M. L. J)umblo,
Willis lllpsher, J)r. James W. Mc
Murray, Otis O. Urooks, tleorge
Keckler, and Clwtrles W. Myers
or Marlon- Howard J. Scott of
Flndluy.; V. .11. itowers of Mans
field;' Dr. A. lhuey of l'rospect
and Dr. J. B. llaker of Caledonia
left Tuesday evening In a special
car over the Erlo and North West
ern for Salt Lake City, Utah, and
I'loche, Nevada. At Salt Lako
they will be joined by Mr. Wm.
A. Licbleln, the western represen
tative of llenj. Guggenheim of
Now York, wlio will tender them
a nanquet at the commercial club
in salt luko.
At Plocho they will bo met by
fol, W. B. .MacSherry, E. Green
wood and E; P. Pruedenthnl and
with them will visit and mako an
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uiapuciiun or Romo.-vaiuaoio mining
property in which they aro largely
William vauer, vho was arrest.
ed In Mosier'a saloon 'Monday even-
lug charged w:th drunkenness and
fighting was arraigned lu tho may
or's court Tuesday ovonlng. Ho
pleaded guilty- to tho churgo and
tho mayor Imposed,, a lino of $1.
and costs, aggregating In all to
In the trial It 'developed that
Sauer had entered tho kitchen at
tho .Moslcr place and started trou.
bio with .Mrs, Mosier, matron of
tho cooking department. Sho at
temped to chnho him out with tho
bread knife, when a goneral mix.
up resulted. In the fight .which
followed Sauer was bovoroly cut
about tho head and Mrs. Mosier
was kuocked down. Sailor's arrest
At fk-st tho caso tootc on rather
a serious aspect. However, neither
parties wished to file further
charges nnd Sa.ior pleaded guilty
to the chargo under which ho was
arrested, was fined and roleasod.
Election drunks wero as scarce
as snow Hakes lu summer and tho
pollco docket Wednesday morning
was, for tho first timo in many
years, a porfect blank. There wns
absolutely nothing doing for tho
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HARRY S. ELLIOTT
pntrolman and peace and quietude
reigned oupremo throughout the
city. The police as well as tho
general public aro unanimous In
declaring It the most orderly elec
tion ever conducted In the city.
Overgalters in tans, browns, grays
and blacks at Heatty & Jiang's shoe
Apples JJfor Sale.
Choice apples on Pennsylvania sldo
track, $1.25 per bushel.
THE DEPARTMENT CO.
EAST CENTER STREET
We will furnish your
Slab Wood and Cuttings
We have plenty of each on hand just now. If
you need either, it would be well to order now.
HARD AND SOFT COAL, WOOD
IMPLEMENT MANUFACTURING CG,
The greatest steel
range bargain ever
offered in Marion.
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Daily Excursion to Notfolk
Tour of East with Stop-oven
Pittsburgh New York
and other points.
Go one route, return another.
Lexington Ky., Oct. 5 t 8.
Pooria, 111., Oct. 12 and 13.
Toledo, 0., Oct. 12 to 14.
OhatJcanooga, Tcnn., Oct. 14
Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 18 to
Chicago, HI., Oct. 28 to Not.
Northwest West and South-,
west special reduced ratM,
For Particulars call on
G. M. KNAURRTIckat Agent
Meet us fnco to face and we will
treat you right at Heatty & Long's
shoe store. It
Watch for the oponlng Kaler'a
Candy Shop, West Center St. it
THY ADMIRAL COFFEH.
and China Closets
combined. Nice big
apartment to keep
your china in as well
as the linen. Easy
entire home on easy
It is a real pleasure to set at
the'Family Table in the even
ing and read by a good Port
able Gas Lamp.
The nicest and best for the
price are shown at
MARKERT'S CIA STORE
North Greenwood St.