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i Gff foce to face We 'will treat you RIQHT.
We Close Alt Day
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Committee Matters Thorough
SEdiR FAVORED MEMBER
Big Debt Will be Wiped
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Little 'Tots" size 7 up
yii ino viogani c ou Ten lurinm-
med sl'ppers, which, owing to
arrival we are closing
; MEAT PRICES LOWERED
1'riccB on meat Imvo conic down with a crash. Did you feci
'liard per pound . 4 ( -or
- ftJauaago, iKr pound t jnc ,
t Hamburg, per pound '.....' '. loo
Uest sleak, per pound 12 l-2c
, Jtound steak, por pound .... ntf
Uolllng meat, per pound ; ', gc
lleot roast, per pound . flc
Mb rorterliouse, per pound 1(K
llum por pound , 14c
Soulh Main St.
Are Freshest aud best here, we
make them fresh every day thereby
keeping our cases full of the finest
candies that can be found. Call in and
Twr s11l TJ-vf Pr.tfnn fllirkrvln4- cniln!
Mjvui aav 11 vuuee,
Very invigorating. , 1
Kaler's Candy Shop
West Center Street
Concrete or Cement Block F0R SALE.
Anything: YOU want in the Concrete or Ce
ment Line, Telephone R. 5(!1 or 487. We have it
or will get It for VOU THE MARION CON
CRETE, BLOCK and RUOF1NQ CO. Write US.
C. G. KOECKER, Sec
GhriStHiaS Linen Received fresh from our
. i ., laundry will make the bright
est tables anu the greatest source of enjoyment.
A . jJt 'X 1
. -. -. Anmonvs launarv.
Slab Wood and Cuttings
We iave 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 GO,
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Cure CoM laOmDay. '
to its "Dads" size 12.
$1.85 & Long
Model Meat Market.
North Greenwood St.
Prices reduced on
all Xmas Goods.
yytrirt Vox. ?s
Will be Made Chairman of
J. W. Gorton will be Made Happy
Democratic Members Will Get
Tlio members of the ' incoming
city council, which will taku charge
of Marlon's lcghlatlvo affairs Mon
day evening, January (I, hold a
caucus at tho office of Dr. J. O.
Sedtcr, Monday evening and dis
cussed plans for the organization
of committees. While all of the
anointments woro not dotlnltely
made, tho chairmanship of the Im
portant committees was practically
Dr. Seltor, it is .stated, will
In all llkelhood be mado chairman
of several of tho most Important
committees. W. ;i. Gorton, tho
only other member of tho present
council who will hold ovor, will
also got tho chairmanship of sev
eral of tho big committees. Tho
two most Important appointments
of nil, tho charmnnshp of tho
street and alley and the flnanco
committees, will go to Seltor and
As for tho Democratic members
they will get practically nothing
In the way of appointments, ac
cording to tho understanding reach,
ed by tho republican rouncllmon.
Of course they will get a few
chairmanships, but tho appoint
ments will he- to committees of
sui-h slight importance that they
will havo prnctlrallv no matters of
crcat Importanco handed ovor to
The clrrkshln, according to re
Hnblp Information, was ' not con.
ldored and It 1 likely that, noth
ing rtpfln'to reirnrdlni tho Identity
of tho next city clerV will bo
known unMl tho appointment Is
made, Tho sorvloo board. It Is
"tntod. bus ncreod to nntvtfnt m
Ita clpvk anvnnowhom tho council
sees ft to name
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"CANDY" PLANS FOR
NtW YEAR'S CHASE
Big Fox to be Used in Hunt
Arrives in City.
Hunters and Dogs From all Centra
Ohio Invited to Join in
"Candy" John uMcClellund, of the
European hotel, announces u big
fox hunt, in which htm tors of this
aud all adjoining counties aro invit
ed to join, for New Year's day,
iMcClollaud received a fine fox
yesterday Tor tho hunt nnd tho
sly roynnrd Is on exhibition at tho
hotel. No admission fee will bo
charged and sovoral doion hunters
with dogs aro expected to got Into
Tho particulars of tho hunt
will bo announced la'ter by Mr.
McC'lolland who has pulled oft
a number of Blmllar events In a
very successful manner.
Say McDonald Ditch as Planned is
The county commissioners, Monday
afternoon, held n hearing on tho
roport of County SiTrveyor Ault, In
icgard to tho (McDonald ditch, peti
tioned for by Bowling Qreen town
ship people. Several oT the farmers
gavo notice of an appeal to the pro
bate judge, claiming that tho ditch
Is Iniipractloablo as planned.
Tho biggest lino of candles, nuts,
oranges and Christmas groceries In
.Marion. ,.R. T. LEWIS & CO.
Funeral services over tho ro.
mains of (Mrs. Margaret Locko woro
hold at three o'clock this nftor
noon at tho Old Ladles' Homo, Rev.
D. H. llalloy officiating. Tho ro.
mains will bo tnken to Nevada, tho
fprmor homo, of thoocpnsod, for
LAST SESSION OF. YEAR
Promisee to be a Most Mem
Debts KeeultlDg From Smallpox
Epidemic ; ill be Paid by first
rrho trustees of Marlon township
will liold (th'elf last meeting for the
year, Saturday afternoon, and close
up their.- affairs. This year will
witness tho wiping out of tho lost
vostlgo of the big debt which was
Incurred In tho small-pox epidemic
of about ton years ago.
"When I went on the board, Dr.
J. 13. Taylori(hold a noto for $7,000
against tho township," states .1. G.
iMann, on of the trustees, nvTio will
retlro tho last day of the month.
"He still holds the note, but It will
bo lifted when we get our money
from tho December tax collection."
The small-pox epidemic In which
this dobt was Incurred, was one of
tho worst scourges In the history of
the city and township., Business was
(paralyzed during practically tho en
tire summer ad people remained ver
itable prisoners In their homes,
afraid to venture out lest Iioy would
become Impregnated by tho terrible
Besides Air. Mann, .Tames 'Reynolds
will retlro from tho board of town
ship trustees. Their places will bo
filled by S. N. Titus and W. B. Ev
Christmas Trees. 25c, Mc, 50c and
up. R. T. LEWIS & CO.
Christmas Trees, 25c, 40c, BOc and
up. fit. T. LEWI8 & CO.
12-23-2t - " "
GKAiHAUr WRITERS GEO BEST PA"?
Tho Christmas Grocery. R. T.
Lewis & Cat, 12-12-10f
Promoters Now Need Just
Ten More Men.
Meeting Held is G. A. R. Rooms
Last Night future Plans
.That Marion will havo a new com
pany In the Ohio National Guard
now bcems to be un assured fact.
At a meeting held In the G. A. R.
room In the basement of tho court
fliouse, Monday evening, plans for
tho company wero discussed and It
was decided to hold nnother moot
ing next Thursday evening, at which
time It Is hoped to muster tho com
mand. Only ten more mon aro
rrhobe who attended tho meeting
Monday night agreed to hustle this
week for the purposo of securing tho
(ton additional men. AH who havo
signed up for tho now company aro
among the best young men of tho
city and should the now command bo
mustered In Its success would be a
fThoso who aro promoting tho or
ganization say that they havo several
buildlngB In viow for an armory.
"Meet me at Kaler's Candy Shop."
The best placo to buy Christmas
trees at F. E. Blake's, 12G West
LEARN GRAHAM SHORTHAND.
Try ADMIRAL COFFEH.
Try tho Mirror Want Column.
Open Till 10 a m Xmas,
F. J. Lusch
x We wish vou
enjoyed tne largest
we thank you all.
Hughs & Ceary
Main and Center Streets
Excellent Programs Render
SUNDAY SCHOOL PUPILS
Receive Their Annual Visit
From Santa Claus.
Enjoyable Yuletide Services are
Held at the Lee and David Street
Missions Last Bight.
rrhcre was a largo attendance at tho
annual Christmas exercibcs held at
the Presbyterian Lee street mission,
Monday evening. An excellent pro
gram of songs, recitations and exerv
clses was given, comprising fully 50
numbers. Seventy-five children,
mostly from the prlmaryand Inter
mediate departments took part In, tho
exercises. (The program waa In
chargo of Miss Fay Parshall.
Tho children received their treat of
oranges and nuts Sunday morning.
rrhe annual Christmas entertain
ment of the Free Baptist mission on
Davids street, took place, Monday ev
ening, with a crowd In attendance
that packed the church to Its doors.
There was a Christmas tree and a
sure-enough Santa Claus, who distrib
uted candles and fruits to the child
ren. Tho church was prettily deco
rated with holly and other material
typical of the season.
(The program, consisting of songs
ircrfatlons and exercises, was In
charge of tho superintendent, Miss
Fresh Oysters, 35 and F0 cents por
quart. R. T. LEWIS & CO.
Christmas bells from 1 rent up at
F. E. Blake's. 12-19-eod3t
Dressers, Bed Room Suits, China Closets, Buffets, Rockers,
Parlor Suits, Parlor Cabinets, Carpet Sweepers, Lamps,
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all averv Merry Christmas. We y4i&vc'I
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ousinessn tne.nistor.yj.pi tne ,s,tpr.e;i,a;nly
Turner's low prices:
25 lbs. standard tine G sugar, $1.25.
All package cofrec, lCc.
Dutch .lava and Admiral coffee, 20c.
Pino Ohio sandgrown potatoes, 70c
3 lbs. Navy beans, 25c.
3 cans good Coin, 25c.
A "Warm" Christmas Gift
a'oco lbs. Clean lump coal $4.oo
aooo'lbs, stove coal .... . ' $7,50
3000 lbs. chestnut coal $7.50
2000 lbs, Pocahontas lump $5' 50
Only TWO REMAINING shopping days boforo Christmas.
Thoy will bo tho busiest days. Wo strongly ndvlbo gift purchasers
to tako advantage of tho early morning hours for shopping.
Every Housewife will Appreciate a Gift
of Rogers 1847 Silverware.
Ours la a magnificent stock from which to chooso full
absortments of tho wanted patterns and at lowest prices. '
A lino assortment of
signoi Kings, uiamonu Jungs, nroociies, estcik rinsf etc., at all
prices guaranteed to bo as low, and In many cases lower
C. E. BURRIS
W. Center Cor. Center and Prospect,
East Center Street.
Shirt Waist Boxes
Easels $1.50, now
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3 lbs. best crackers, 25c.
OHAS. TURNlMt & Co.
Christmas trees from 15 cents to
wo dollars at P. E. Blake's.
Fresh Oysters, 35 and 50 cents por
quart. R. T. LEWIS & CO.
community Silver, Sterling Sliver,
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