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$1 00 to $2.15.
Mens Womens Childrens,
Genuine Asbestos Shop Shoes
BfiAT i'Y & LONG
"YOU KNOW US.
ftl Father Vaughan nt Epwo'rth Tuesday
night wllj ho great. Admission, 50e.
' Tho six remaining pumbors for $1
WUor Sl.fiO. Uott6r 'phone Y
M. O. A.
for tickets at once.
O'rVT V OTTR "WAVlotloa lhlp riht and we,m
X-J- VV1V TTXlx never satisfied with anything less.
That is why our patrons are always satisfied. Are you a patron?
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 GU,
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From next Monday until
Christmas we will be open
EVERY evening until 8 o'
clock. We make loans on household
goods, pianos, etc., quickly
and quietly. Call and let us
explain our plans, rates, etc.
It costs you nothing.
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D 1J No more convenient articles , for less t,,an half prIce New 'now Proprietors only purchased tho
HOlldaV COnVeilienCeS"? m0101mement artlcles styles. Nowlsthe Umo to buy. repair shop, Mrs. Ivo retaining tho
IIVIIUOJ WVllYWUlWUVVa for you tov take on your vaca- Storo open tonight and tomorrow several automobiles In the sales de
iinn trin thfin :i fonntnin nn. We sell the "Waterman", night. , Ipartment.
tion trio than a fountain nen.
TSCHANEN BROS., Druggisis
BEST QUALITY GOODS ONLY
Lime, cement, sewer pipe, etc. HARD and SOFT COAL
PRICE & HURLEY
yV fill txMuti BiIk u
Ask for Mergers That are
EFFORT WILL BE MADEK&tuSS'uia
, ness on the ground that a tolephiro
To. Get New Bill Through
The Telephone Companies will be
Placed Under the Control of the
State Railroad Commission.
That trust mergers, now prohibited
i.v flm jilentlne-Stewart anti-trust
law, be allowed, subject to the ap- jst0n and compelled to bo common
ptoval of tho state railroad commls- carriers.
slon or Its probable successor, the j m Is moro likely that the tele
proposed stato public utilities com-, ( phono companies will bo Included In
mission, will bo asked of tho leglsla- tho proposed bill for a utilities com
tdro this winter by a part of tho tel- mission similar to the commissions
ephono Interests, Jor Wisconsin and New York. Whoth-
-- The decision to do this has resulted (er pooling and mergers shall bo por
by from the telephone war at Marlon, miltted at tho option of tho commls-
frhere tho Marlon County Telephono
company, tho local Independent con-
cern, attempted a merger with tho
!Bcll people, whereby the local bust
Iness of the Bell company was
North Greenwood St.
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We sell the "Waterman
0ur Horn Some
And we think wo are justified in dofng so. We are saving the people
of Marion 25 per cent, on all heavy Suits and Overcoats.
This Special Lasts 10 Days'Only
if you have not been in. Gome 1
The early bird catches the worm, and in order to Set the choice things,
r you must BE THE EARLY BIRD.
The Goldenl Eagle
111 East Center Street.
turned over' to the Marlon company,
giving It a local monopoly, and In
return tho local company turned Its
long distance business, which had
gone to the United States Telephone
company, over to Tho BelL
This merger cut Marlon off the map
of the United States company, which
operates the long distance lines of
(Injunctions were brought to. pre
vent cutting iithe'liJtiflOBeiHdent j0ng
dlstanco wires out of the local ex
change but,-af(er-that had been done,
company Is a common carrier, ah'd
to estop the. merger under" the Olilo
anti-trust law. This litigation 'is
pending In fh0 Marlon courts,
Application nlso wag made to At
torney General Rills to have him at
tnck the mergor n the higher courts
by a quo warranto suit. Before de
ciding, he Is to hear both sides In
his office .December 10,
Out of tho controversy has como
tho suggestion thnt efforts bo put
forth to havo telephone companies
placed under tho control and super
vision of tho state railroad commls
Blon,"and the restrictions of the antl-
trus' law of 1895 removed, will bo
settled only after a legislative con-
test. That It will bo a lively con
test is tlio outlook. Ohio onto Jour
nal. CITY OFFICIALS
TO HOLD BANQUET
Feast Will Take ?lace at
Function to be Given in Honor of
Retiring Officials Program of
Toasts in Order.
Arrangements nro now being made
for tho bi-annual banquet of the city
officials, given in honor of the re
tiring officials by those who remain
In office. The custom of holding
these banquets was started two
yoars ago, when a delightful ' af-
fair tfinlr nlflna nf tha Pnmtiiatn1fil
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uuu, u. uauquui. uvifig iuiiuwcu uy
spoechrmaking on various topics re
lating to tho city's welfare
Arrangements for tho banquet aro
lu charge of a committee composed
of City Solicitor Donithen, and Coun-
ciimcn Phillips and Gorton. It is
probablo tliat It will take place at
tho Commercial club, either a few
days before or a fow day? after Jan
iNot only will practically all pres
ent and Incoming city officials ha
present, but Invitations' wJll be ex
tended to ninny who hnvo served In
different official capacities during
past yoars and tho gathering will bo
a typlcil lovo-fcast.
O'liore will bo nothing locklnc at
the' spread and neither w... be that.
any oversights in the program of
speeches and story telling to follow,
will have ll Zr nil
will have ample time for prepare-
Wo aro selling ladies' Cloaks and
.Marlon Clothing & Cloak Co.
"Sermons Fiom Shakespearo"
Father Vaughan at Epworth Tuesday
night will be great., Admission. nOc,
Tho six remaining numbers for $1
or Jt.50. Better 'phono Y. M. C. A.
for tickets at onco.
Hot shoes for cold feet, sold by
Deatty & Long at "right" prices.
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htj Regular Price
TJIE MAIllON MlilROH, ..MONDAY, DKOUIUEll g. 1U07.
Thrown From Buggy
MOTHER'S HEROIC' DEED
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Probably Saves the Life of
Her Little Child.
As Vehicle Turns Over She Tosses
the Lad Into the Arrai of a Man
Statdiag bv the Roadside.
Mrs. William .Michels and her
sister, Mrs. llerthn ltheutnlck,
wero seriously Injured and only
mere chnuco saved three-year-old
Hobert (Michels from probablo
death 'lu'a 'runaway at Waldo
early Saturday evening. Mrs. .Mtch
els, holding the boy Ju her arms,
realized that ho might be fatally
Injured. Just when It seemed us
though the carriage would topplo
over, she saw William Uroll, a
furnlturo dealer, standing a row
Teet away, and acting Instinctively
shb Uirew the boy to him. Uroll
caught Uio lad lu his arms and
tho little 'follow escaped wlUiout
lloth Mrs. Michels and Mrs.
niieuttiick were thrown from Iho
carriage after tho horse had
run only a short dlstanco. One of
tho wheels passed over Airs. Jthotit.
nick's right leg, breaking ono
or tho anklo bones. "Mrs. Michels
had a rib torn looso.
Tho runnwny started near tho
roar of tho Michel's grovery store
on tho main street of tho village.
William Allchcls had Just unhitch
ed the borso and was preparing to
get Into tho buggy when tho
horso becamo frightened and start
ed to run. Michels lost his hold
on the lines and was thrown viol
ently to thq ground, no was con.
'ibe horse ran to the Pennsyl
vania railway, west of the vlllago
where It was stopped.
PURCHASE PLANT OF
New Proprietors Both are
Willis Kanable and W. W. Ward
Assumes Charge of the Marlon
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IA deal was consummated Saturday
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'plmit from Mr,' En,co vo wh6
(had m,Ucted tho business for moro
than a year.
rrho purchasea secured charge of
tho plant Saturday and will keep the
shop open all winter for tho repair
ing and rebuilding of autos. Tho
(Messrs.. Ward and Kanable aro ex
perienced machinists both havintr had
years of experience in tho Marlon
.Steam Shovel shops.
past fow years they havo mado tho
automobile a special study and aro
Ithorouflhly prepared to nvVe tho
'business a success.
IMr. Harry Love former manager
of tho company will' retlro from tho
business nnd will probably accent n
position with the Packard Automobile
company In New York' city.
DEATH AT INFIRMARY
Mathlas " Schneckenberger Passes
Away Sunday Morning.
Mathlas Schneckonborgor, aged
olghty.ono years, died Sunday morn
Ing about eight o'clock at tho coun.
ty infirmary where' h"d lind beon
""4M? fr h0 tPlha.Ur nnd
oneTha!f 'yoars. Tho iloronnoH 'i.o,i
iWenJimf poor healtJiOnfor soma
tlmo and, tho caUs,of Jhln .death, la
nscrlbed prlnclpaHy to a general
cl'n0,O Mr- Whclonborgor was
an uhclo of Joseph Schneckenberger
or this olty, , '
Funeral services, wore held nti
I eight o'clock Monday morning at
St. Mary's church, ltovf J. M. "Den
jnlng oftlclatlng. ntorment was mado
I at st. Mary's cemetery.
If vou want to buy Furs at re
duced prices, call tomorrow at tho
First choice is a fine thing, but
those who do their shopping
straight to us for Men's items on
saSrfevfime and trouble.
!L M Smcjkipg Coats, Bath Robes, Neckweariah'cy H
S Suspniiers,jjl Handkerchiefs, Gloves, pick them 2
out and have them laid away.
Store open tonight and tomorrow night.
HUGHS & SLEHRY
Visitors Paid no Attention to
OPENING, A SUCCESS
Thousands Visited Crafts
New Drug Store.
F. C. Crafts Opens New and Strict.
ly Up.to.bate Drug Store on
West Center Street.
After six o'clock und until near,
ly midnight Saturday, all streets in
the city, seemed to' center at Craft's
drug storo on West Center
street. It wus the opening of tho
now storo and thousands took nd
vantago of tho occasion to visit tho
pretty store and drop a word of
encouragement with tho proprietor
of Marlon's latestad dltlou to her
Tho opening was scheduled to
begin at six o'clock and continue
until ():3o.''t'ho opening hour had
scarcely, arrived when throngs bo
gan arriving and from that tlmo on
there was a constant stream of
visitors. They completely ignored
tho tlmo limit and continued going
until almost midnight.
During tho evening, Dowler's
orchestra contributed to tho pleas
ure of tho visitors with n program
of eight selections of popular and
Bach lady visitor was presented,
upon entering, with a carnation,
until tho city's supply had been
oxhaustod, and each gentleman was
given n bit of solaco In tho form
of a brown roll of Havana. Mr.
V. C. Crafts, tho ' proprietor, with
his corps of clerks and assistants
was on hand to welcome all vlsl.
tors and to add to their pleasuro
The new storo Is located In tho
recently completed block on .West
Center street, opposite tho Hubor
block. It Is ono of tho most hand
some and attractlvo stores of tho
city. Its furnishings nro all now
nnd or mahogany. Tho show cases
aro of tho most modern typo with
heavy plate glass while tho stock
of goods, all first class drugs, tollot
preparations and such other articles
as aro found in a first class drug
storo, Is completo and so arranged
as to mako a vory attractlvo dls.
Mr. Crafts has Introduced a
novel featuro tor a drug storo In
Marlon. A handsome soda fountain.
'Jills Is ono of tho most attractlvo
furnishings or tho now storo. It
is novel and ontlroly different
from anything In tho city. In addi
tion to soda and Ico cream In all
of tholr varied forms, hob coffeo
and chocolate aro sorved.
The prescription department of
tho now storo Is comploto and Is
presided over by Mr. F. C. Crafts
Wish for more Right at the helgVit
of the season, a discount of 20 on all heavy SUITS and OVERCOATS.
Come in tonight or tomorrow. Open tonight until 9 P. M.
DO IT NOW.
flAIN AND CENTER.
an experienced pharmacist who has
for tho past two years acted an
manager of tho Ilexiil storo. In
that capacity ho mndo many
friends among tho members of tho
medical profession und tho citizens
all of whom extend best wishes for
his success In bin new business
All members of K. of P. lodges
are requested to meet at Canby lodge
iNo. 51, tomorrow, evening nt 7
o'clock, to mako arrangements for
tho funeral of brother Wm. Hupp.
lit OSCAR W. .M-AIUvHRT. C. C.
I "Sermons From Shakespeare" by
(Father Vaughan at Kpworth Tuesday
nlRlit will bo great. Admission, T0c.
Tho six remaining numuers for $1
or $1.50. Uetter 'phone Y. M. C. A.
for tickets at once.
Just received Beatty & Long's gen
uine "asbestos" union mado shop
shoes lots of 'em and tho prlco Is
Try ADMIRAL COFFKH
Nuptials Performed by Rev. D. H.
'Mr. Howard Chrystler and Miss
Stella rcEntlre, both of LaRue, were
'quietly married by Rov. D. H. 'Bailey
at tho Epworth M. E. church par
sonage at 3 o'clock Saturday after
noon. The couplo was unaccom
panied. Immediately after tho cere
mony tho young people left for Rlch-
wqod, whoro they will make their
Try ADMIRAL COFFEE,
GRAHAM! SHORTHAND IS BEST.
IT PAYS TO STUDY GRAHAM.
Beautiful Xnias Slippers at Beatly
& Long's In many styles at lowest
OflCronell. Pennsylvania Received
by the Mirror.
Tho sporting, editor of the Mirror
is In receipt or a souvenir program
for tho Cornell-Ponnsylvanla annual
Thanksgiving Day football game
through tho courtesy or Clifford
l'omberton, Jr., treasuror or tho
A. A. U. 1'., or Philadelphia. 'the
beautiful program contains a full
review of (Pennsylvania's nthlotlc
The Manhattan. I f
it's reserved for
your list, you'll
WARNER & EDWARDS.
A SPECIAL FUR
TUESDAY, DEC. 10.
A splendid opportunity will
be given tomorrow to pick up
some fine prices in Christmas
A represeiitafiv'e from one
of the best -fur -houses in the
country will be here and will
be prepared to deliver any
thing from a small neck piece
up to the finest Alaska Seal
Coat, at cut prices.
ear lf)0fi-07 nd a resume
Cornell's athletic achievements.
"Sermons From Shakespoaro" by
Father Vaughan at Epworth Tuesday
night will bo great." Admission, 50c.
Tho six remaining numbers for $1
or $1.50. Better 'phone Y. M. C. A,
for tickets at onco.
iBeatty & Long nro "puffed up" over
tho fact that a number of ladles told
us Saturday that our fur top slippers
are tho suellest and prices tho low
est In Marlon. Thoy bought too.
You'll havo to hurry. It
on all Tools for
IT'S A GOOD TINE TO BUY
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