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title: 'The Marion daily mirror. (Marion, Ohio) 1892-1912, November 15, 1907, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8',
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IIOH DAtti illKMWDAV, NOVEMMMt A IS, 1907. ' " It,
Hundreds and Hundreds
of Men's Stylish Winter Overcoats
$7.50, $10.00, $15,$20,$25,$30, $55
Just now the Overcoat Department Is the point cf most activity in
this store. The great increase Overcoat sales so far this season proves
conclusively that styles wanted are best fennd here.
This is the Overcoat Store of Marion.
Melton's and Vienna are very popular Irish Freize and Scotch
Overcoating are also selling well. While black is always the sest
popular shade there's a splendid choice in grays, browns and fancies
The length as you will 44 to 52 in.
Men's Stylish Suits
$10, $12 50, $15, $20, $25, $30.
A suit purchase here assures:
STYLES POSITIVELY CORRECT,
DEPENDABLE MATERIAL AND MERCHANDISE; AND
VALUES BEST IN MARION FOR EQUAL GOODS.
Pages could be written on our splendid showing of winter suits
the fit, the cut, the hang, the workmanship and the elegant selec
tion of fabrics and patterns. You would enthuse as we do; were
you to know the goodness of this suit stock.
IT WILL BE WELL TO SELECT YOUR THANKS
GIVING OUTFIT WITHIN THE COMING WEEK,
SOME ALTERATIONS MAY BE NECESSARY AND
YOU AVOID THE UbUAL THANKSGIVING WEEK
PCLvE IN WLJI Eb res
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under the auspices of 'the lodge
which thn buhllc will be Invited!
rThe lodge determined to 'hold It
next meetlnx on Tuesday evening,
Novemoer ze, owing o me hcimiw
the regular meeting comes pn Thanks
giving evening. 1
The Waimr & I;dWafds;rStdjel $&
tnc eHaisTMRs aooas. i t mgMwt naainwMl. ,v Ml??t .
N LODGE 0FJIKS
new Club Roomsi
(At the regular meeting ot the Dru-
TmnnrtAntros xnuraaay evening me neiy
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.Following the. Installation, a social
tlme.wasenjoyed. There was a large
I'jTlhemiBjt fBMlbtricers wore in-
:OTfcMfcnJs Lellfir, ranger;
ett.Wbtaf Tfce raDicerlrArthdr Hit-
(Jtdriehiv'liier guard; pporirod, Klc-
Clay .CeuBcif to Hold Annual Ban
quet Dec ia America Iasaran.
ce Unlom laitUtes Lodge News
That tho local 'lodge ot Elks will
havo club rooms'' buroro the present
s now a
Specials for Saturday
Big Slump in prices. ' We need the money.
Got to have it. We got but one way to get it
We can't borrow it, so we must sacrifice on our
stock. If you want any Coats and Skirts, Furs,
or any thing else in Dry Goods, nillinery, Shoes
or Wall Paper, COME HERE. From 10 to 40 per
Tailor made Department main floor rear,
Prices cut on every Garment
Beautiful, Black, Broad-cloth Coats, full 50
Inches long, full lined, trimmed with fancy
braids, all sizes, coats that sold at $12.50 to $15.
Beautiful Coats, in Castors, Blacks, Reds
and Browns, full value, lined, elaborately trim
med. Coats made to sell at $20 to $25.
About 50 Coats, made to sell at $5 and $6.
Children's Bear Skin Coats, worth $U.50 and
$4.00, now $2.98.
One lot of $5 Skirts at $2.50.
One lot of $5 to $6 Skirts at $3 48.
One lot of $7.50 Skirts at $4.95.
Who ever heard of nillinery being sold at
cut prices, right in the middle of the Season,
that's just what we are doing, Too Hany Goods,
Best Calicoes, the 8c kind, 6 1-2c.
Dark or light Tennis flannels 5c yd.
Ladles' Rubbers, all sizes, . 45c
Men's Felt Boots with snag proof cover
Ladles' $1.00 wool Vests or Pants, sizes, 4,
5 and 6 o9c each.
Good wall paper lc per roll
120 shoots of good writing paper VAz
25c soft sole shoes for babies 19c
$1.50 felt shoes for womea $1,19
Mom's $2.50 Box calf shoes $2.60
54 ia. all wool zibalines worth $1.25 aow 75c
SI.25 aad $1.50 54 in. broadcloths 98c
tea's heavy cotton sox 8 l-3c
Men's black sox 813c
Mob's odd under shirts - 19c
Mob's odd drawers 19c
$1.50 $Kiddoo hats for dirbat 98c
35c table Ubors at 25c
Bea't forget that wo seed the Money, Come Tomorrow
Saturday or Saturday Bight. Prices doed for the entire
JGoodseirs Big Cash Store
ROOM SIMPLY GUTTED
ill u icguiui
meeting of the lodge held Thurs
day evening, tllo ndvlsabllty or
having open house at tho lodge
tifttnu -una .rilarmaaPfl
joilty expressed momselves
being In favor jof tne Idea. With.
In a week tor bo arrangements
will be made for having a portion
of the lodge apaVtmenta open every
evening ' of the wecK.
During jiheVpfeat week, tho lodgo
trustees 'purchased a fine now bil
liard tableMwtilch will be a fea.
turo ofthe,c)ub rooms. Tho
club wilioo'equlpped with n
cigar caso, a lt'llllnrd table, pool
tahlo and ouier furnishings, which
will tend ( toward tho comfort
and onjoynjenT!,of"' tho lodgo mem
bors. A commiUeo composed of
Richard H'ornTirarry S. Elliott and
George E, MoQormlck was ap
pointed to,I Waft rules for tho
now club. ,4
Arrangements have about been
completed "'or tho big 'possum
roast whlclfYs to take place at
the lodge rooms tills month. Tho
committee ,ln charge has secured
about 30 'possums for tho feast.
iThcro was an excellent attendance
at the ladles' social given Thursday
evening byv Marlon lodge, No. 402
Knights of Pythias, In Its hall- on
East Center street. The evening was
taken up with cards and dancing and
excellent refreshments were served.
lAibout 40 couples danced to music
furnished in Dowlcr'a orchestra.
Tho Protected Homo Circle Will
meet " tonight to consider Import
ant buslnoss, A largo attendance is
Marlon Company, No. J5, Uniformed
Rank, Knights ot Pythias, held a
and tho ma. 'practice drill at tho armory, on ,East
aa isiiurcn biruei, j nursuayevening.
Wayside Lodge, I. O. O, P,( mot
last nlgUi In tho lodge halls and
transacted only routine business.
VOLUME Ihoi the Roose
velt Bert Book "More about
Teddy B end. Teddy G" completes the
story ot the tour ol the I eddy Dears
from Colorado to Washington. The
price $1.19. '
' New Books for girls lac.
The right books for boys 19 to 75c
White and Moid Mift books 12c.
Testaments and Bibles for Christmas
gifts at dry goods prices,
T)OST card albums Wc can
supply collectors the right Albums
at very low prices 13, 29, 49c.
LORO VKLOUR CORTS MHO
SNORT VILOUR JRCRCTS.
npHE smart jackets and the
long Velour coats are without any
question the most elegant of all the
new wraps, $35, $40, $65.
pANCY stock collars one in
a box. Bought (or Christmas
trade but shipped ahead ol lime 25o,
29c, 59c, 69c.
M ERODE stands for eVet$ is
thing thit is best I
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tyear. KJinaeiy pawiw wwsip.
khem. ExWasteeeind i.
Try ADMIRAL COFPBB.
People down Stairs Unaware
of the Flames;
Later in Evening Upoa Going to
Bedroom Find Everything Burned
and the Fire Extinguished.
iA peculiar fire occurred at Mon
nette station, ten miles north ot this
city, Thursday evening when the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Monnette was partially destroyed.
iMr. .Monnette conducted a general
Btoro on the ground floor of his build
ing whllo the second story ho used
for living apartments. Whllo he and
his wife were dealing out goods to
customers in the store, the furnish
ings of their home were almost com
pletely eaten up by flro which resulted
from the explosion of a kerosene
Nobody know that tho Are had oc
curred until .Mr. Monnette went up-
stars to secure, a bottle of liniment,
when to his utter astonishment ho
found nothing but chared rooms. Mrs.
Monnette had flvo silk dresses con
sumed and the beds, window cur
tains, carpets and practically all of
the furnishings wero completely do
strojed. Although it is not definitely known
Mrs, Monnette, assumes that the
Are started from a Bmall kerosene
stove v,hlch she had placed In her
bedroom. Mr. Monnette Is still at a
loss to determine how the flro
could have dono so much damage
without being discovered. . Tho dam
ago will exceed $300.
Play Council's No. lOfl of the'
National Unlonhold a well rep
resented, meeting in its lodge halls
last evening" 'Reports from the
secretary of tho equalising fund
were gtvcHKshowlng jthat ' thr.t
fund Is Vapidly increasing. Ar.
rangements, were made for tho
annual banquet which' .r.wlll be
held Thur8dft$'"evenlng, .December
is- viL ' .
A letter wn&;readL'-announclng,tho
election of U. 'A'Myera to replace
his father, thejLlate John Wesley
Myers of Tolodoas grand sonato
secretary. 'At' 'the conclusion of
the business ajsolcal hour wag
enjoyed! " "
Tho AmdrlcarjInsurnnco Union
mot last oyengjf.'n regular ses.
slon about 70 members of tho or.
der being Jn qltedanco. During
tho business t-e-fsjon two applies,
tlons wore ballottod upon and
a class of threontlated into the
mysteries of lljisVlodge. Arrange
ments wore made, for an entertain,
mont and opd'n"WBtlng for mem
bers and InvItoA,uests on the even
Ing of ThanksaPirffig Day.
During tho oyenlng n committee
composed v of piira! Carter Mrs.
Hultz, will Blair" and John Bang
erdl served refreshments.
T.he CompanloaiT of Foresters met
lost night wlth'K. large attendance
and cconslderedf great deal of Im
portant uuslnesi'rjlf' Aftor transacting
tho regular business plans were for
mulated for holding; a fair and sale
on Friday and V Saturday, December
tith in' rrth rkM .o.l,ln., nAnl, nn
uhi nun I VII. ',' 'll1 Wllliitjt UV ..w..... jmuv .s fwn 1.0 W '
cembor 6th a concert will bo given of his property In Marlon.
iMarle, the daughter of .1. .0. Wick,
of Silver street, Is seriously 111
Miss Sarah Dildlne. of Prospect vis
ited friends In the city, Friday.
J, W. Jacoby Is In Rich wood act
ing as attorney in a law suit, today.
Dr. 1,. D. Hamilton made a
business trip to Delaware today.
iDay Clifton, of Laltue, was In the
city today on his way home from
Shelby, where he went to attend the
funeral ot the late -George Baley.
V. M. Wooloy will leave Friday
evening for Harpster, -wnero he
will take charge of a barber shop
there next week,
Levi Roseberry, of Harpster, re.
turnnri In this rttv tnrinv in
.take charge of the Harris tonsorlal
parlors ton north Main street.
Lester Brfln. of South Vine street.
returned to Ada this morning', where
he will resume his studies at the Ohio
M. Lawrence, of Pasadena, Calfor-
nla, formerly a resident of Marlon,
nnd prominent In tho lumber business
is a visitor In tho city.
Prof. Frederic Berryman was
called to Mt. Clomcnts, Michigan,
today on account of tho death
of his mother which occurred last
Mr. Marlon Paddock left this
morning for Columbus where he
will join a party of friends that
will go to Central West Virginia
on an oxtended hunting ,' expedi
tion. Judge B, O. Young, W. E. Sco
fleld, David Evans and Charles Just
Ice left this afternoon for Ann Arbor.
Michigan, where they will witness the
football game to be played, Saturday,
by the teams of the Universities of
Michigan and Pennsylvania'.
Mrs. Ernest Zachman and daughter
'Alice will leave Saturday for St.
Louis, where they wljl make their
future home with William, Zachman,
a well known railroad mans of that
place. Mr. Zachman will Join his
family just as soon as he can dispose
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a , . . . . Sir a . f,Vji -v.
different lengths. Low neyfc end aam ji(
Iuum in winter underwear are m'B-i'iMi
mand this year. V . VJ'.SI
THIS imported b 1 a rvW cM in "gl
cloth is in bright colors i with cenv
ventional designs for robes, jkket
made to sell for fifty,-but 35c.
VRLRCR SILRt. WTg J
pUSTOMERS are coming- j
cvcij uajr iui miio wiui. . -. f
good silk underpriced advertises itsetf.tj ,v ;.
We give the people credit for knowing'
a gojd thing when they see it. 34 in$ A , ,
WARNER & EDWARDS.
Slab Wood and Cuttings
We have plenty of each on hand just nOw. 'If T
you need either, it would be well to order now-
HARP AND SOFT COAL. WOOD
IMPLEMENT MANUFACTURING CO,
North Greenweod St.
For Saturday OWy.:
$19.50 Loose Coats at $12.50.
Certainly a bargain. Made of an excellent grade all wool broadcloth ,
velvet collar and cuffs, cut unusually full and 56 inches iit length ti"
coai inai always sow ai i.ou now mariea special lor ' en in
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$12.50 Ltost Ccatt .at $4. tf V !, Xv
A large selection of $7.50 to $12.50 Goats in blacks, -novelties fa'rtd;
mixtures, 50 to 54 inches long, mostly mannish effects, that beceuse of '
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a loriunaie purcnase are maritea 10 sen, fjBJI QE
special tomorrow at - ...... . ...... l9TtrQ;
$25.00 Suits Now At $(5.00. ' , '
About three dozen high grade suits in all standard colors that al
ways sold at $22.50 and $25.00, now marked
Jake advantage of these specials. It will pay you.
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GET THE CASH HABIT.
$3.50 Auto Boots. $3.50
FOR LADIES. ' .
Good Year Welts, Patent Colt. Button and Lace. Trjese are indeed'
the most stylish and up-to-date foot-wear now bein shbn for ladies.
New York SoSr
Try ADMIRAL COFFEE
ODD FELLOWS MEET
Lodges of Marlon and Prospect At.
tend-Session at Waldo,,
5b I. O. O. FAofkProi
lodges I. O. O F.-o K-Proi
JInrlon and Waldo was held!
thO linllH lit Wnlltn lnHcro nhnm.
"-, v . .wudv a.u.o-
day evening. About f(?tymember8
of the three lodges were present.
The early part of tho evening
was devoted to initiatory work,
there being one candidate Initiat
ed. At the conclusion of the de
gree work an oyster supper wafc
served and a general social con
iDon't pay, ft. 75 elsewhere for
Ueatty ft Long sell women's soft kid.
all solid dress shoes at fl.60 cash,
A$r ilt BBV efleEsMsLe
off if ''rL' " $ sVem
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You Can't Judge a Store's Value Giving by the Noise
Makes, Sometimes the Store That Makes the Best
PUy Gives the Least Value for The Money.
Did it ev?r occur to you that u store that has about three times the
room it really needs for its business, where with the exception of a rush on
the, street floor a few hours a day, and with all the upper floors practically
without customers nearly all the time, and then look at the army of idle
clerks standing arouncthen take into consideration the big rents, enormous
clerk hire, besides interest on large amount of borrowed capital, what kindfj
of bargains can they give you ? They may tell of the wonderful big busi
ness, but a look at their empty store tells what they are doing, Why, .if
they don't get nearly ioo on everything they ' soil 'they would be bank
rupt. Thli tor ! getting the business of conservative shonbers and-
arris getting it oply because it deserves it. "No old dead ones to Work -off on
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Ui We clothe both ladies and gentlemen. If we havp watyou wqufr
we haye it at a lower price. We serve rich or poor for '" '
CASH OR CREDIT.
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