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'Can't judge "MANHATTAN0 clothes by casual inspec
tion". You must see how they hang and set when iheyLare
on. If you keep
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weal aiiu bciusiy, anu noiu ineir snape, iur an uijie.
SWAGGER SUITS, $10, $15, $18, $20.
MEET US PAGE TO PACE
Latest style shoes in all
- goocV4cathSrs 'at "right"
-. cosh prices.
Quick Sales and Small Profit Shoemen.
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Hocking, Virginia Splint,
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m OHIO MILLING &
COME IN AND SEE US FOR
Fancy groceries and vegetables such at fancy bananas, Ohio
celery, oranges, lemons, figs, lettuce, prunes, seeded raisons,
new dried sweet corn, new buckwheat flour, new corn meal
4 new toup beans, fine line of coffees and teas also fancy line of
bottle goods such as preserves, jams, Jelly, pickles etc,
sbc'llcd almonds, cpgllsh walnuts, all new cabbage for kraut
ooc per ioo pounds.
l. e. vflNarra
South Main Street.
A MARKEBT'S CHINASTORE
Washing' is Drudgery juil as any olhernwork un:
- - r-iq, ; : a ,ess yu aro we" equipped
for handling the work. That's the reason we handle it In such a satisfactory
fanner, e are equipped. Anthony's Laillldry,
On Furniture, Pianos, etc.
Small payments. Abso
' Marion Chattel Loan Co
, - 31 1-2 EtstCintir; Street.
"MANHATTAN" The Quality
them on they will prove toyoui'how.?theyu
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WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT
Visit our basement de
partment for new fresh
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
OWES BOARD BILL
Ray Colling Fails to Pay and la
Placed in Jail.
Ray Collins owes Mrs, Addle Isen
borgor a $1 board bill und is now 'In
tho county Jail awaiting payment
Collins was arrested Thursday after
noon on nn affidavit fllod In ."lustlce,
Cpnloy's court and on hs failurq to
pay, was inkon to jail.
Being Heard in Common
PLAINTIFF LOSES VOICE
It is Claimed as 4 result of
On the Witness Stand Mm. Orlena
Lilly Says Sbe Has Been Harried
Just Five Times.
iMrs. Orlena Lllley, plaintiff In the
daniago suit against the .Marion Rail
way Light and I'ower Company now
being heard In tho court oi common
pleas, has been married fio times,
according to tho testimony which
sho gave Thursday afternoon.
This fact, however, has no bear
ing on the suit now being heard.
Mrs. Lllley was a most unusual wit
ness. Sho Is unable to talk above a
whisper and whllo sho was on tho
witness stand, it was necessary for
the court stenographer to transmit
h6r testimony. Tho stenographed sat
close enough to bear her whisper
and after each answer would repeat
It to the court n,ii'd Jury.
Mrs. Lllley claims that she lost
her volco In the accident for which
sho now claims damage. It was In
JDOC that Mrs. Lllley was driving on
East Center street near tho home of
Dr. J. H. Taylor, uhon her 'horse
hoenmo frightened at n passing street
car. Sho claims that tho car was.
being recklessly opented. Sho was
thrawn from tho buggy and now
claims that her vocal organs wore
Tho defense asserts that sho lost
her voice through other physical ail
ments. Tho hearing started after noon
hour. Thursday and will probably be
In tho suit of Vnsco I). Smart
against Clifford Fling ami others,
I'llng nnd his wlfo Dnm Af
Fling, Friday filed nimwors to tho
cross petition or Harry L. Nlack.
ford. Thoy deny nil nllpgatlons.
Fling, through his nttprnoy, Fred
W. Wnmor, hns also llled nn nns
wor to tho plaintiffs petition,
donylng all nllegntlon.
See Ileatty & Long's dress shoes.
All but two mils of Grading
With Favorable Weather C. D. &
. Officials win have Bucyrus
Line in Operation by Christ.
Work oil the Hucvrnti rviiuli,M nt
tho 0. . & m, Electric Hallwav
lij pmgressing nicely. All but two
Utiles of crndlutr linw ivtn ,.m,,,it.i
nnd If this can bo laid before tho
nv.ii.iiu- uucunics (oo ulsagieoablo, t
Will 1)0 noSblblo tO nmrinlhrn n.VT'iir
.this winter. Tho officials' '6f "tin
company think that this can houccom
coninlifched. "If wo got tho grading completed,
there will be littlo fivmiiin i, i.,,.i..
rails, ns that cm ho done In almost
any kind or weather, simniii ,
ground rroeze, howover, work on tlio
grado will hnvo to bo stopped," Is a
statement made by ono of tho offi-
' "A'ltll Ol'ervtlilncr rnntlmilun- fn,f,.
ablo," says this official, "wo will bo
able to glvo tho peoplo of1 .Marlon a
nlco Ohvlstmas piosont,".
Erie and Hocking Engines
SILVER SIRFEr CROSSING
Tht Scene Friday Morning
ot a serious Wreck.
Wotk begun on the Construction of
a new Yard for the flocking Lo
cal Railroad Dews.
frhe Eric road lins boon busy dur-
InK the past mtmnicr, repairing its
tracks on the C. & E. division In
order that during the coming winter
the number or accidents may lie less
ened, and at tho present time the road
officials believe tho road to bo In
the finest condition In which It lina
ever been at iho beginning of the
winter season. The number of rail
way disasters this winter, It Is be
lieved, will be the smallest in years,
for every portion of tho roud, which
has been In the least respect defective,
has been rebuilt,
Tho portion of the mad, which was
most In need of repairs, was that
between this city and Hammond. In
diana. Tho employes who wore en
gaged during tho past summer In tho
i poonstructloh work, have In large
part been discharged. Tho number
of Italian laborers discharged during
the last rew days Is four hundred
and fifty. 'A large part of the for
eigners will visit their homo country
during the winter ami In the spring
will again return to work on tho
A head on collision of tho Erlo
and Hocking Valley yard cnclnc.q
occurred Int tho switch crossing of
tht roads near Sliver street early
this morning and as n result
considerable -damngo was dono. '
Tho o'nginesi wero' damaged to
such nn oxtont that thoy wore ren
dered, practically useless and tho
tracks of ttio Hocking Vallpy wero
badly displaced. Traffic on tho
switches wafl'rosumed nt a late
hour this rtornlng, Very for.
tunatoly noonoj was seriously ,ln.
jurod. The oglnepjgof tho collid
ing engines hn'lrtf very nnrrow es.
enpo from death. A
Tho Hooking Valley road will
avo a now yatd'jnear, tho Sllvor
treot eroHsIng in i Tho near future.
X gang of n-j .werp today put
al work In Its construction nnd It
Is thought that tho1 yi
soon bo com plated.
An Eric, yardionglno was derail
ed in tho Krio yards this morning.
Uttlo damage wns dono other than
to tho switch points, which wero
broken. Consequently much de
lay was cauhed.
H. O, Dunklo and a nupibor ot
railroaders passed through Marlon
this morning In a special car at
tached to train 'No. o. A brier
interview was ljold with local of
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S. S. Prleo. acrent for the Amnpin-in
.Express company at tho union sta
Itlon, has been trnnsforred to tho ag
icncy nt Houston, Texas. Ho will
leave ror tils new work in tho near
rut ure. " v
Ileatty & Long's foot won r wear well.
Son BeaUy & Long's $2.00 work shoes.
' Ute of AdJ6tlvei.
Certain adjectives are reserred for
men and others ror women. A man is
never called "beautiful." Along with
"pretty" and "lovely" that adjective
has become theproperty or women
nud children alone. "Handsome" and
the weak "good-looking" are tho only
two adjectives of, tho kind common to
either Bex. Even "belle" baa uo real
maacullne correlate in English,
since "beau" cme to signify some
thing other thiiu peiaonal looks, it is
singular that "liajtUsome" should have
become the word for a strikingly good
looking person, ulnco Itu literal mean
ing ia handy, dexte'rdui. But "pretty"
likewise conies from tht Anslo Saxon
word meaning "sly,''
Lost a Good Thing.
Formerly a telephone had stood on
the bracket In the corner. The brack
ft had been made oxpraaily' for1 the
'phone. It had been so exceedingly
convenient to call 1ip' her friends that
tho womau Immediately uolcqd the
change; for ou tho bracket in place
or the telephone stoud a atatuetto that
he didn't much care for. "VVhat have
you done with It?" the asked of them.
"The company triad' to collect the
.bill," thoy said, " am sorry,'" tho
woman algh.ed,' becauso at that mo
ment she thought ofahout a dozon to
whom she would h'ayo )llicd to tele
phpue, "So nie ail our frloadB," said
they pointedly. v '
Second Number of the Lec
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IARGEJ CROWD PRESENT
AviProgram of Unusual In
terest is Rendered.
Ferguson'a Jubilee Singers Delight
a Large Audience Last Right at
Ep worth Church.
The concert given last evening at
tho auditorium of Kpworth M. E.
church by Ferguson's Jublce Sing
ers proved a musical feast, and tho
management ot tho Y. M. O. A. lec
ture course Is to be greatly com
mended for securing a number ot
such a satisfactory nature The en
tertainment attracted a massive audi
ence and the Y. M. C. A. should re
alize a neat sum from tho proceeds.
'VMy Old Kentucky Home," "way
Down Upon tho Swauneo Klver,"
"Dixie," "I'm Rolling," etc, were
never sang with more meaning than
by this band of colored singers Inst
evening. The program wns of the
variety which would please even tho
most critical audience. In part first,
the singers Introduced music of a pop
ular nature and In tho latter part of
tho program thoy demonstrated to tho
audience their ability to handle stand
ard classical selections.
I.Ulss Irene G. Howard, contralto
singer and cornetlst, was one of the
particularly bright stars ot tho even
ing. Her work In the choruses was
excellent and a cornet solo, 'Love Mo
nnd tho World Is Mino" was one or
the most highly appreciated numbers
ot the entire program.
iMr. w. C. Buokner, manager and
basso, sang "Old Dlack Joe," In a way
that It was never before heard In this
city. His deep, clear voice was at
all times pleasing and his control
Too much could not wo said of
Madam Nealo Gertrude Hawkins
uuckner, tho prima donna so
prano, who simply thrilled tho audi
ence with her sweet voice. She was
compelled to respond to a number of
oucorea. Mr. Robert Moore, tho first
tenor, possesses a voice full of sym
pathy and syvectness nnd proved a
slngor or great ability.
Tho baritone singer. Mr. Lorln G
Heard, was ono of tho best in tho
company and his solo woik was espe
cially nno. Miss Hstella C. Bonds
accompanist, proved a planolst.of ex
ceptional ability and her work
throughout tho evening was very ar
tistic. Tho outcrtalnmont was the second
number of tho Y. ,r. c. A. course.
'Iho third number win im i.i,i
Tuesday evening, December 10th,
when Father L. J. Vaughan will ap
pear. ino piano used at tho concert
ast night was furnished through tho
kindness of tho Gebhardt Piano com
pany. Beatty & Long's $3.00 and $3.fi0
shoes heat nil in style, fit, wear.
Funeral services over tho re
mnlns of Frank Cook, whoso death
occurred at Prospect, Wednesday
ovonlng, will bo conducted rrom
tho M1. E. church In Prospect nt
10 o'clock Sunday morning. Fol
lowing tho Kirvlces tho 'romulns
will bo brought to this . city
nnd Intorrcd in Marlon comotory.
Funeral bervices over tim nmoin.
or Mrs. Frances Slumpf, whoso death
occunwl Wednesday arternoon at tho
homo or her daughter, Mrs. c. F.
Bader, or Sliver stieet., wero conduct
ed rrom tho St. Mary's church this
morning at 8 o'clock, Rev. Father
Tho remains wero transferred to
Gallon on Big Four train No. nc,
where Intermont wne mmia i..,..h
aely uiwn their nrrlval.
Buy a Quad gas heaer, tho kind
hat don't sweat,
BENT7. j& rnrmT
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Interest Growing Dally n Services
at tne Wesley Mission
odist Mlbslon, on Davids sterot, havo
uugageu tne services or Itov. and
lira. Chales Stroup nnd duughter, or
Ullbatin. tO COIldnpt tlln muHn.,,, .
tho mission over Sunday. An all day
rovlvttllstlo service Is plaiinuil ror
that day and Interest In nil the meet
tugs Ih Increnslnir ilullv vn ,i... i.
been set ror closing tho meetings, as
. win cuiiiiniio tor homo time.
The mission room bint nvAtil.Kr ..o
ovoremwded nnd n very largo number
(Now York State tolled and nwnnfc
elder. ClIAS. TUIlNEll & no.
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The DEPARTMENT Co.
EAST CENTER STREET.
Smith Mattress Price $2.50 up.
Vernis Martin S6.80
21 Off for Cash--Or
LOCATES AT NEWARK
Accepts the Management of
the Hotel Warden.
Theodore Weiffenback Formerly
Chef at Commercial Club
is Heard From.
iMr. Theo Weiffenback, of Chicago,
has Just nccopted tho management ot
tho Warden which will bo opened In
a rofurnlshed condition from top to
lwttom In aliout thrco weeks.
Decorators and furnishers are going
over tho entlro house and a part of
tho hotel Is ready for occupancy now
but It will soon nil be ready Includ
ing tho dining room and kitchen.
Captain Warden Is planning to build
tho addition to the hotel In tho
Mr. Wclffenbach' Is a thorough ho
tel man nnd understands tho business
from the kitchen to tho saro, having
had 2D years experience In tho work.
N'owark, Ohio, Advocate.
Theodoro, as ho Is called by his
friends, Is very well known In Mn
rllon. Foe several years ho was chef
at tho Commercial club and during
his stay In tho city made a host of
friends who will he glad to learn
that he has Secured ono or tho best
hotels In Newark. Theodoro Is thor
oughly vciseil In the Ins and outs
of tho hotel business nnd his future
success Is nssuted. Ho surely has
tho best wishes of many personal
It lends hero
iBoys' heavy, seamless school shoes.
'SI. 35 nnd $1.50 at Beatty & Long's,
quick sales and small proilt shoemen.
.Fancy Potatoes In 5 bushel lots,
7.c per hushol.
It OHAS. TURNER & CO.
Dickinson's Big Store
About Tailors and Crafts
men Plotf-plod-plod-thats the
tailor. Thlnk-deslgn -create-that
's the Craftsman. Which
would you prefer to make your
Fall Suit or Overcoat, would
you rather have hand work or
head work, -'DICKINSON'S''
Clothes show the result of
initiative. Fabrics are but
the plastic raw materials that
may either be bettered or
beautified in the handling. We
show you the art of clothes
building, reduced to a science
in our Fall models.
Price only $32.
Blue, White, Greea, $3
an Outfit for Cash or Credit.
For Saturday we will soil
Boiling Meat 5c
Pot Roast 8C
Porterhouse Roast 10c
Everything guaranteed first
140 S Main St .
We have a fine Iqt ol kraut
cabbage, all nice .solid heads,
delivered any place in the
90c per hundred
Also we have just opened a
new barrel of kraut at
10c per quart
Phones 39. 209 L. Center St.'
Agoncy lor LiptonsTeas.
Invisible Mvaqulto Screens.
The newost mosipjlto screens ars
what la called Invisible. They ars
burled in tho lower part ot the win
dow caslu on a bprlng roller. They
follow the lush as It la raised and low
Big Stove Sale.
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