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HOUSE COATS AND
Here's the ideal Chrlstmag gift for a gentleman and
not very expensive either $4 00 to $10.00
They come In Velours, Vicunas, Velvets and Matel-
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A big shipment just received, completes our stock of
these comfortable house garments. i!nt.-. -tin'.
H. C. GODMAN
Dies Saturday in Daytona
FORMER MARION LAWYER
Has a Wide Circle of Friends
in This .City.
In 1882 Mr. Godman Moved to
Columbus to Enter Shoe Manu
It seta a fast pace for Western
shoe manufacturers. Six years ago
.Mr, Hodman retired from personal
connection with the concern, but
retained large stock Interests.
Mr. Godman was married twlco.
Ills llrst wlfo was ALlss Cathorlno
Copclaud of 'Marlon, an aunt of
Miss Goldie Moore and Charles
Dutton United in Marriage,
IMr. Charloe L.
Dutton nml Miss
Foster Copeland, treasurer of tho Goldie P. Moore, both of Jlnrlon.
Godman company. Tho couplo had wcro quietly united In marrlago at tho
four children, but all arc dead. Methodist church parsonago on Has
Four years ago, .Mr. Godman mar- Ccntor " at ?1?! Saturday
rled Mrs. Cora' Flora of Columbus Tn? ev- D-H ?"'?, T
wie iunnuaivu uurujiiuuy ju liiu iJrua-
was with him ,
.Henry C. Hodman a capitalist,
for many years a resident of this
city died Saturday at his winter
home In laytonu iFla.f according
to a telegram received lato Satur
day night by Marlon friends. .Tho
causo of death was not given. Tho
telegram merely said that ho had
died suddenly at o o'clock. Whoth.
or this referred to morning or oven.
Ing Is not known. Tho messago
was from Mr. Amos KUng of this
city, who Is spending tho winter at
Mr. Goodman was born In this
city In Juno, 1832. Mo studied law
In tho offlco of his father. General
James H. Godman, who was wound
ed at tho" battle of Fredericksburg
and while. " lying in tho hospital in
Washington was elected auditor of
Henry C. Godman succeeded to
his father's law practice when tho
latter entered tho urmy. Ho retir
ed In l87,r) nd thought ho had
given up actlvo llfo( but in 1802
ho took charge of a leather busi
ness in Columbus, out of which
grew tho H. O. Goodman company,
manufacturers of shoes.
' This company had a great success
Get the Cash Habit. Open tonight
and FASHION SHEETS for
January are in. jFor 20c you may
av e the Magazine for one year.
Call and get our plan.
It has more subscribers than any
who survives. Sho
when ho died.
For sovcral years
had passed ' winters in Florida to
cscapo the rigors of the Northern
winter. Ho had been in Dayton sev
eral weeks. Word, received only
Saturday morning by friends was to
tho effect that he was enjoying tho
very best of health.
31r. Godman somo months ago
purchased tho beautiful Olcstcad
resldenco at 1415 East Broad street
Columbus, for which ho paid ffi5(.
000. His homo had boon nt 1031
East Broad street. iMr. Godman was
very wealthy and generous in
giving to thoso less fortunato, ilo
founded tho Godman Guild which
for years has carried on social set. I
iiviiiv.111. num ui Kruai linporianco ,
in tho so-called "Flytown" district.
Included In Its scope is domestic '
sclenco and other educational nnd
physical teaching. It has been a 1
great forco ror good.
Accompanied by his widow and'
Mr. A. H. Kline of this cltv. n '
lifelong friend of -tho deceased, tho '
remains aro now onroute to ColumJ
uua. 'Aiinougn no arrangements
havo been made for tho funeral It
is qulto probable that tho body
will bo laid to rest in Marlon
Tho causo of Mr Godman 's death
Is now known to havo been ano-
Ho leaves besides his widow, four
brothers, all or whom aro business '
men. They aro Marshall Godman of1
Cleveland. James Harper Godman
of c'cago( who has rotircd from
business. Calhoun Godman of Kan.
sas City and Jtov. William Godman
retired, formerly of tho Methodist
church of Philadelphia.
A peculiar point in tho history
of tho Godman family Is that all
tho brothors married In Columbus.
Mr. Godman is tho first to dlo of
any of tho clrclo of chlldron thut
remained after his father expired nt
tho ago of flo years. All tho broth
ers aro now past 70 years of ago
which. Is a romarkablo record for
hardiness in tho present generation.
onco of but, a few .friends. , Tho
young peqpkapequlto well known,
in the, city,-; wad "have, the.best-wlahas
of a lioiMiWriwrtsi1.
After RiAot' 'wedding trip through
tho south, Mr . and Mrs: DuUon
will reald&t--No. 4iG George street.
Boysk$lWfjSl3i shoe's,' sold by
Doalty;'Vl!iSi! aro' J'tho BtufT for
wot,;coWwoMJwr, .prices are right.
.Mrs.f A4ii4agtl' Passes Away
f ', aaiuraay aimt m,
vMrs. Frcdrlcka 'M 'aMrJgoUJ aged
sixtr-hino years, wffo of. Adam
"ttlngcl.tilW.at her homo on Delle-
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loiiiainoRveuuOj , just ouiaiao or
tt 4Qocf5ck,, death resulting
from a, general dcclino duo to old
Mrs. Bfngcl ., was born Jn Ger
many. JjhpJhad lived neaV .tills city
for ' Mt'ncnjjst thirty years nnd
was qulto well known.
UTio'funyrd) Bcrvlcos woro held
nt twbjjf ocl6ck"rlonday. aftornoon
nt tho .rcsldoncri, nov. W. A. Sot
tlagc ofnclatrng. Tho remains woro
buriod JnyMarlon cemetery.
MRS. Mi HILLER
Pasiei Away tt Her Home
Near Green Camp.
DHHto Had RedM It Marlea
.'Ceuaty Forty Years-FkiMal
Felts. Sox,, rubucrs, Beatty & Long.
Mrs. Christina Hlllor, wife of
Martin Jllllor, dit'd about one
o'clock Sunday artornoon at her
residonco two miles north of
Green Camp, death being caused
by heart failure and a c&mpllcatlon
of diseases, aged seventy years
and nlno months.
Mrs. lliller has been an In.
valid for a numbor of yoars but
hor condition did not becomo se
rious until within tho Inst week.
Tho deceased had llvod in tho
county for about forty-flvo years.
Sho was born In Germany and
camo to (America when a young
woman, llesldes tho husband, four
sons, John, David, Adam and Henry
Hlller arid ono daughter, Mrs. Will.
lam Kibler, suryivo, N
r The, funeral services , will be heM
Wednesday morning! at 10:30
o'clock at the Prospect Lutheran
church and will bo followed "by
lntermont' at the Prospect ceme
Buy Doatty A Long's, good drees
shoes and save money for Christmas
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Young People of Green Camp aro
JVIIsd Nolllo May Bosloy, aged
sixteen and Mr. L, Dowson "Minx,
aged 1!)? both of Moral, were quiet,
ly united In marriage at tho
Baptist church parsonage In Green
Camp at 12 o'clock Sunday. Tho
ceremony was spoken by llov,
Samuel Fulton in tho prosonco of
but a very . fow witnessing friends.
Tho groom ,lu employed at a
ttlo factory In Gal II poll a nnd tho
young couplo will mnko their fu
turo homo In that town.
When you think of shoes, think
of tho good shoes Beatty & Long
soil at prices you can afford, It
Try ADV:nAL COFFEE
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aad Woaa' MfJ J ,
llnrvoy Davls nn Erie engineer,
wbb arrested by Offlcdrs' Wllhelai
and Single Monday afternoon on
an 'affidavit hied by his wjfe,
Margaret S. Davis charging him.
wlUi threatening to strike an
Wound her nnd with threatening; Id
a menacing manner. .
In tho mayor's court Davis ad.
mlttcd tho truth of' the charge?
against him. It was brought but
that although he earns $125 P8
month ho gives his wife onljrj
smnli part which Is not enough p
properly clotho and feod her. 'Th
mayor fined Davis ono dollar ami
ossesscd tho costs against him. Itt
paid both and was reloasod from
Try ADMIRAL COFTBB. .
.T. p. Mengcs, tho piano tuner.
will be fioro next week. Leave your
order at G. W. Rakers' or Hcadley
Drug Co. it
New York Store
Monnette's Horse Sale.
Wo will hold our annual monthly
horso sale at Lowo's 10 cent barn,
Wednesday, Dec. li, 1007. Bring In
your horses and wo will sell them
for you. Terms as usual.
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Try ADMIHAJ. COFFEM.
The real pleasure of gift giving is known only to
those that purchase early. To be -caught in the Xmas
rush means that one is apt to buy things they often re
ijrqtthus losing all the pleasure of giving. Shop
now while stocks are complete.
feJ HOSIERY; What gift could be more appreciated?
jj;.fa;,and.fancy at 75c to $2.50; Lace Lisle, large
riiij,fy)ry pretty patterns at 25c to $1.00; em
broidered hose, all the late patterns at 50c to $1.50.
Mt.V PPTTICftATS? One nfrhn hrsr o-Sfre nnn
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f could, receive. Deep wide flounces; prettily and well
.rhade; jtll colors it $3.95, $5.00, $6.00 to $15.00,
Visit' our Christmas Counter.
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Santa Has Come to Our
Store with Gifts for
Sale of Xmas Furs.
In order to have everyone visjtfCoun'Wonderlul Fur
Store, early, we are offering unusual values just now.
Could you think of any more splendid gift to mother
wife, daughter or sister than, a set of the Uhler & Phillip's
Furs? Even a diamond, cpuldjcarelyJbe finer.
But don't tKink that all good ,-Fu'rV are expensive! For
we can match up pretty sets' ToY'ap. flttje as $2 48 and $5
while beatiful sets of" Muff and, Scr.jare here at $7.50,
$lQto$15, '"'.' C' V .
Other finer Futs are marked up tdS$125.
So important is the big handkerchief at Christmas time
that, next week will be Handkerchief' week.
Seven days will be devpted to the displaying of our re
markable stock. For here are thousands- of handkerchiefs,
chosen carefully to meet the needs of mother and father,
brother a.nd sister, children and grownups
Children's linen handkerchiefs come in "Teddy Bear"
boxes and paper grips at 25c arid SQc," '
Unboxed Children's handkerchiefs are '3c to 50c.
Anew line of Men's barred initial handkerchiefs in
beautiful holiday boxes six of them $1.50.
Imported hand-embrqdere handkerchiefs for ladies
3 to 6 in a box are $3.98 to $J0, . ." ' "
Ladies barred linen handkerchiefs--box of six $1.50.
A Black Dress Pattern for Xmas'at 25 saving
Would'nt mother appreciate ,al,Ney Black Dress?
- And now is the time. to buytsneif -h pattern ;forj we're
offering until next Wednesday 2596 pilCOUnt onll of
Priestley's famous black ,gps;,vW hum v A a I
'iOntbrintihe'lleariiifill foliar Poplins Vtnd Satin Rayesdownfo 75CfJiuirX j.,ot
The )Si,5o silk wrap Melrose' cloth 'tcT,'jjr,i2 1-3; and PHditfaal HW
2.5o.spot-proof black broadclothc;? ydM1'' ' I
Also Tige" as life-He andvrjolljekipgv as in the Buster Brcny.n
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And oh, how he has filled every
nook and cranny, every shelf and table
with practical, appreciable presents. No
member of the family, of either sex from
infancy to honorable old age, has been for
gotten in his bounty.
But some af the finest things he. bought
will be gone, unless you shop early-NQW ,
i "Kite Krinkle" has brought a wonderful lot' of his .finest
gamer And they are ioc to $2. ,w .- .jft&j? -s
And then his newest electrical toys, stereoptican lanternSjihilitary
and other uniforms for the boys. ' O'
Awaiting little girls is a great company of line dollies of mot
every age and dress at 25c to $12.50.
Wonderfull' fine white enameled furniture for dolly's house is
75cto4$4.98. ' '';."
A "Post Office" where letters may be mailed Santa Clause. .
Advance Sale of Cut Glass. V
-JKrom pur department of Christmas "cut glass" comes word of
, a special sale of this ware Monday and Tuesday.
Most any one of the hundreds of glittering, sparkling pieces is
marked a full fourth, less lhah cut glass of equal 'quality in any pther
Marion store. Here, are instances
7 inch, bowels that regularly retail at $4.50 to $5 are $2:50.
Papered glasses prettily cut worth 25c to 35c, 19c. Special $1
cut glass bon-bons and nappies are worth $1.50 to $2. !.-
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Pi: Glimpse into Our Wonderful
Christmas Art Section.
..The home of gifts the art department has spread out. along the
entire est aisle pushing aside staple dress goods and velvets; Its
thousands of articles are all beautiful gift things picked up in
the four, corners of the globe1
. Pln'tryi '
; Gjft' books
' Pin cushions
Fisher, prints t
And Teddy monkeys, Puss in'Botfr',,'.ajdJonir daschundK that
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Early Christ man Shop
Give a Warm Tailored Coat.
Tlere could be no mdre practical present, and do you thlc
there lives a 'woman who would not greatly appreciate one of! our
luxurious long coats? '
f. A loose?, flowing, enveloping garment of rich, lustrous broad
cloths with a soft .lining of guaranteed satin say, at $10 to $.-ic,' - '
9lcspi.'theinore girlish half fitted styles at $10 up.
jX jiciu , KjVteiicopts that arc simply tailored but di8tinguishedAind(Bednt
ButTfl tiysc. - . i'friiuwMtM-fti'
. wv. Or eyening'coats if you think that she wpujd prcferja coatStf wear1 '
to parties ;or theater. Our luxurious evening wraps are wonderfully x
beautiulthe most exquisite ones we've seen. C ristmas prices are ,
$2otq$w. f r'?r'
Fur cloth jackets, most everypnewants one of these popularstyl-x
ish coats at fi2.o up. .'...-
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