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. COME TONIGHT, TO THE "SALE
KLEINMAIER'S
ONE-FOURTH OFF ON ENERYTHIN&
THE SELECTION IS YET GOOD. BUT GROWS SMALLER DAY
BY DAY.
MONTHLY MEETING
Held Friday by Aid Society of the
Epworth Church.
Tho Ladles' Aid society of Ep.
vortli M. K. church held its regu
lar monthly business meeting In tho
parlors of tho church yesterday af
ternoon. The attendance was fair.
Asldo from transacting tho regular
business the society was favored
with an Interesting address by Rev,
D. II. Bailey.
LEARN GRAHAM SHORTHAND.
INVESTIGATE
Don't buy the first
Cloak or Overcoat you
may see that looks
like a bargain.
Come and see what
you can find in our
big stock, you can buy
it cheaper here and
YOUR CREDIT 15 GOOD
Every style right
Every quality
guaranteed
Cloaks now $5 worth $18
" 7.98 " $18
to $22.50
44 14.98 up to 30
HEN'S SUITS OVERCOATS
1-4 OFF
If you look you will
buy. If you don't look
here you will wish
you had.
Marion Clothing &
Cloak Co.
PRIZE DRAWING TONIGHT
WARM LINED SHOES
MEN AND WOMEN
$3.00 shoes $2.35
a.5o shoes .. 1.98
1,85 shoes 1.40
I.50 shoes I.ao
This Is Indeed an opportunity for
you to save money.
NEW Y0RK STORE
It Wa TW4 rli a Dantila ii
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The People Trusts Us.
Don't hurry. Buy furniture with
deliberation. Come here and look
over our stock and get our prices be
fore you buy at any time. Everything
is marked in plain figures at prices
that careful buyers are willing to pay.
When we buy and mark our goods we
trust to your judgment to appreciate
their merit and value.
Street fakirs have to have a banjo
or guitar and a few jokes to hold the
crowd, and stores which do business
on the fakir plan are compelled to re
sort to more strenuous methods each
time to get you in.
. Come to Schaffners and save money
twelve months in the year.
The H. Schaffner Co.
208 and 212 S. Main St.
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U'ho nrinuat per capita consumption
of sugar In the United Kingdom naa
gradually Increased from 29 1-2
pounds In 1S57 to nearly 100 pounds
at tho present time. But tho Drltlsh
refining Industry has steadily declin
ed relatively. Fifty years ago prac
tically all of the sugar used In tho
kingdom was refined therewhile now
tho proportion Is only 45 per cent.
$1 COLUMBUS AND RETURN $1
Tho C. D. & M. makea a special
rate of one dollar to Columbus and
return on Sundays. First car leaves
Marlon C a. m.; last car leaves
Columbus, 8:30 p. m. Car every hour.
GRAHAM WRITERS GET nEST PAT
LET THE
BLOWERS
BLOW.
The Price
Will Tell.
Expensive meth
ods of merchandis
ing must be paid
for.
If you wish to
economize, buy
your dry goods out
of the high rent
district. v
THE
Denman-Jenner Co,
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TH MARION DAILY
list. ANNUAL..
DISCOUNT SALE
FEES AWAIT
CLAIMANTS
At Office of Probate Judge
Foster.
LARGE SUM; OF MONEY
Court is Anxious to Dispose
of the Amounts.
People Having Fees Due Them
Should Call as Soon as Possible
and Get Their Money.
(S. H. I-osterf Judgo of tho pro
bate court, has a large amount of
unclaimed fees In his possession
which ho Is desirous of paying to
tho prop?r persons. The following
li the list of unclaimed fees await
ing claimants in tho probate court;
G. T. Bnughman, $1.00; O. G.
Uriggs, $1 00; John Blllett, $1.00;"
John jlaln, $2.00; A. W. Bryant,
..75; K. . Bush, $1.00; Uames
V. Bain, $1.00; James Crow, $1.00;
W. Wi. Campbell, $1.00; Charles
f'urtls, ti.oo; James crawley, $1.00
J. H. Stinger, $1.00; R. R. Davids,
!J3.00; Wm C. Dennlg, $1,00; W.
. Everet $1.00: J. D. Guthory.
f. r, . . '-- .'. '
I $7.00; . "-. iierustor, $1.00; Char-
;"3 ".r'-OO; Davld ""..onlor bolgel; H.' Walker, Junior
4.1.00: Willis IHipsher. ,$1.00: nun
J tor Hastings, $1.00; Harry Hick.
man. $2.f0; iRlcnard Irwlne, $1.00;
A. B. Johnson, $1.00: John Jones
,H.0O' G. Kellar. $1.00: Sam
Kranor. fl.OO: C. E. Kelly, $1.00:4
.t. h. Leorard. $2-00: Danjol .Law.
enco, $2.00: Goorgo W. Lowe, $l;,
D. H. Lincoln, $1-00; $. H. Up
plncott, $2.00; Georgo S. arcGulre.
M.00; .. J. Manloy, $1.00; Ed.
'aag. $.40; Johnson Moonoy, $2
TJ. O. OConnolI. $1.00; J. T).
Owens, fl .n0; .Tnmns Pronrlorgas
.tl.OO: K. W. Porter, $3.05; Marlon
Kepubllcan. $2.00; Alex Rlloy, $!
W. W. Ilivcrs, $1.J)0: Gortrudo
nnblnson, $1.00; Henry Strelltz
41.00: P. Ktelnago. $1.00: -Tohn
Schmidt, $1.00; William Strassor
4.1.00: -T. W. Strattlor, $.7."
VJHli' Southland. $1.00: J. E
'jolton. ,1. 00; Holon Sutton. $T. 40
J. A. 5'itton. $c.40; T,, E. SfVirr
1.00" V. A. Stonpol, l.nO: J
A. Scranton. $1.00: W. TT. Miafr-
ner. H.OO" J. W.vThew. $1.00: i'
V IIn'"phor. ,o on. v tt ttp
nnrwoo'l. ,2 00- T)r. H. 'L. TJlilor
10 . ,T A. Vrrn. 4:1 00: Wll'
mjh, $.nn. Tt Wnddnll 4:1 r,n
n Woll'nwober 4,'l 00. J E. Wn1
f'". 41 on" r Wnddell, $2.00
nnd C. T. Jfaut ,4s2.00.
Y. M. C. A.
HAPPENINGS
E. 'J. Boot, tho famous bee man'
from Medina, Ohio, will glvo one
pf his noted lectures at tho Y. AI.
G. A. auditorium on next Thurs
day ovonlng. Hoot Is said to be
the only man living to have boon
ablo to make pots out of honey
bees,
TI19 bae trainer will have sovora
of his fovorlto bees wltli him"
and will Illustrate tho customs of
tho wonderful llttlo InBccts, It h
said that Mr. Boot, in the' course
of his Jocturo, picks up handfulls
or mo wncK croaturcs and allows
thorn "MM over his bare arms
It U declared of him that ho would
sooner expect a scratch from a kit
ten than ? sting from ono of hiB
pots.
At it recont lacturo which Mr.
Boot 'lelivMpd In an eastern town
he took a small bov from tho audi,
enco and placed him among tho
hoes. Tho child handled them with
tho name oaso as d'd tho lecturer
an'i loft tho catro unstung.
Tlio Jncturn will consist 'of manv
novol fee hires and It will be of
Urn nafi'rc th(ot will Intorest every
hodv ft will be nbsolutelv free,
'h V. M. C. A. paying all ex.
non8js.
A portable army outfit for water
storlllzlnir was turned over to the
United Statos Governmpnt in ir.,i
lTt "03 a capacltv lllldr te.t nf Ann
P"0"8 of water Per wur.
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MinROR, f ATUBDAY JANUARY
OF SALES"
VETERANS OF
SPANISH WAR
With Auxiliary Meet Last
" Nigkt.
NUMBER LOCAL LODGES
Install New Officers for the
Ensuing Year.
Foresters and Companies of Forest
ers Hold Well Attended Meeting-
Pathfinders in Session.
Tho Installation of officers of tho
Foresto.-s unu Companions oi ior
esters ans hold In the lodgo hall
Friday evening, W. O. Phll.p, dep
ity supremo chief ranger being
the instiling ofllcor. Visitors were
present from Court '.Mohawk at
tnlton. After tho Installation a
bpnquo't wntf enjoyed.
Tho new ofTlcers of tho subordln.
ato lodgo oio; Fred Mlnehart, chief
ranger; A. B. JUgey, vlcu chief
longer- H L. Brobeckf recording
secrotary i. F. Waples, financial
oecrotaryj H. T. Ireland, treasurer;
D W. Disbennett, orator; S. S.
Wiser,' organist; Wlllam Vestal,
aenor woodward; O. HIttcnrauch,
lunlor wocdward; E. ameitzer,
.bolgol; M. 'A, Pickering. court
deputy; J. A. MoMurray, and C.
T Wla'nt, 'physicians ; G.. G. Mather,
mid E. B. Gregg, trustoei,.
ThO OfllCJlB OI UIO puwuarj' iuubu
ire Mrs. Elorencft' Cramer, chief
ranger MtP. Arthur Copo, vice
chief rangei" Mrs. Ida Webor. re
cording seuetary; Wra, Bortha
Lutt, flnanrJal secretary; Sirs. Es
rlla King, treasurer; Miss Ireno
Weber, orator; Miss Grace Wlso,
-.rganlst; Mrs. Sadlo Krauso, senior
woodward : Mrs, Anna Dwyor, jun.
Vr woodwind; Mrs. Madge BIgloy,
emlor tiolcel: Mrs. Jcnnlo Crusoo
(Jinlor HeTgle; Jirs. Armcda Rhodes,
'ourt dopuly. Dr. C. T. wiant,
ourt physician.
Mr. S. S. Wiser, tho new organ.
'jt of the subordlnato lodge ron
lfrcd a phasing vocal solo accom
"nnlng himself on tho piano, which
-jatnro clc.cd tho program of tho
evening. 1
Tho Snuulsh Ajnerican War Vetcr.
.ns and tho Ladles'. Auxiliary held
1 joint mooting and lnatallutlon sor
lccs in Urn lodge halls last oven,
i.g. Tho attendance was exceeding
y largo and the session was of a
tighly Interesting na'turo.
T. E. Androws, acted as Install
ng officer and tho oath of admlnis.
ration wes given to tho following
orps of olhccrs;
War Veterans E, n. Bondloy,
ommandnr; Amos Green, Bonibr vlco
oinmander; fcott Howison. junior
.'Ice commondor; Georgo .Stafford
haplaln; Cprson B. Shotterly, offle.
ir of th day; J, E. aiessongor,
nicor of tho guard; Leo Howison
tdjutant-. rrcd Morrison, quarter
naster; James Cuslc, trustee,
IjadIo3 Auxiliary Mrs T B
udrews, president; Airs,. Zed
''undor. Bonior vlco president. Mrs.
J, E. Messenger, junior vico'presl
lont; Mrs ' Georgo Smith, chap
lain; Mrs. C. B. Shottorly, con
luctress; Mrs. Q, Scott, assistant
"onductross. iMrs. Fred Morrison,
treasurer-. Mrs. Mark Miller, Becro.
t-'.ry; Mrs Georgo Stafford, Inner
guard; Mrs." Scott Howison. outer
suard; Mrs. C, B, Shottorly and
Mrs, B, P.Mor, trustees.
CresconFljodge of Pathfinders No.
40 mot last Tflght ,-with a large at
tendance. Aside from transacting
regular business tho annual Installa
tion of officers took placb.' Mrs.
J. B. fuellen acting as Installing of
ficer aTTmlnTBtered' the oath ot offlco
to tho following officers:
Mr, MarJofr Smith, past president;
Mr. O. B. White, president; Mr. J.
B, Luellen, vice president; Mrs. Nel
son HatZH, chaplain; Mrs, Elmer
Parish, secretary; Mr. "William Bow
ers, treasurer; MfT -Elmer Parish,
guide; MTS7"8arah Ploch, sargeant at
arms: T3T ."William McClellan, Inner
guard; John Hilndy. , outer guard;
iVqssrs Wlllllam VfiWcr and 0. B.
White, Trut8es; MK 31 M, Tucker,
loolleotor; SH. WJHIom Miller, asso-
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clato cttubrf-Mrs. Willis Bowers,
pianofat. Mr. J. B. Luellen, cap
tain "oT the""uegreo staff.
tAt Tito 'conclusion of the insialla
tfon, retreshtnenU wer6 served and
a sod3Mioir"was enjoyed.
Marlon L6dge No. 402 Knights
cf Pythias met Friday night with
a good attendance. Tho former pro-
poslton of securng club rooms was
rtvlved pud It was decided to send
tho members circular letters asking
thulr Individual opinion in regard
to tho matter.
Tho members aro planning for
n Btag barquot for Tuesday even
ing, January 21. Tho third rank
-vlll bo put on a class of candidates
at tho meeting noxt Friday night.
Who Woodmen of tho World met In
special session Thursday evening and
elected officers for the coming year.
Those chosen were, H. S. Scovllle,
(past council commander; Otis W.
Wise, council commander; Earl Dutt,
advisor; H, P. Baker, banker; H.
P. O'Connor, clerk; N. N. Parsall,
escort; .T. Woodrow, watchman.
The new officers -will bo Installed at
tho next regular meeting, January .17,
TRY ADMIRAL. OOFFE.
Tho Marlon Ministers Association
will meet at tho Y. M. C. A.
Building, Monday at 10 a, m. Tho
paper will bo read by Rov. L. C
Rood on "The Mission of tho Holy
Ghost,"
Mrs. A. T. Weaver of' Blaln
avenue, was operated upon at tho
Oonoral Emergency hospital by Dr.
Sager, Hlnklln, Henslcy and Phuoy
of Prospect. Tho operation was for
necrojta of the splno and was very
successful.
Wh'lo turning to ontor tho drive
way at Iho Union depot this morn
ing, tho auto car of J. F. Pron-
dorgast struck tho curbing, break
ing off a rear wheel and damag
ing tho car greatly, Tho occupants
wore untn lured.
Try ADMIRAL COPPBB.
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police Court
.Tames Browri, a drunko.i tramp
was arrested at 12 o'clock last night
In tho west end by Ofllcors Morrl.
son and C;abb. In tho mayor's
court this rrornlng ho ploaded gull,
ty to a dn nkonness charge. Ho
was minus tho necessary funds to
pay a 0'' and tho mnyor gavo
him a lovely llttlo lecture and al
lowed him firty minutes In which
to leave town.
1Iony Gallon, a local junk deal,
or was arrested nt 9 o'clock last
nlghti by Ofllcor Hostetter. Ho was
charcod with drunkonness and
flRhtlnjr. 113 pleaded guilty to both
chnrges and tho mayor fined h'lm
$.) wnich ho arranged to pay.
"Undo Dan'' Whlpnlo of Traverse
City, Mich., has had his soldier's
r-enston Increased to $20 n month.
Ho Is 108.
IT PAYS TO STUUT GRAHAM.
Ten years ago Jho Baptists of Tcx-
as had 6C missionaries, where now
they hayo'320 at work.
LOCAl7l
"EVENTS
Great throngs attend
ance and 5th MillEnd Sales.
Ths vonderful value-giving of our great
1908 January sales brought record break
ing crowds into our store today.
Such remarkable price -reductions cannot
- help but meet with the hearty support of r
rt every economical woman. ' ' . L
Thousands of savings in every depart- ,
ment Tonight and Monday.
UHLER & PHILLIPS
.
OFFICIALS
VISIT CITY
I
Confer With Local Erie Em
ployes.
SOME RADICAL CHANGES
Contemplated for This Divi
sion of the Read.
An Aggressive Campaign for Fast
Freight Service will be Taken up
HI VllbB.
A party of Erlp officials stopped
In thli city Saturday morning ns
they wcro passing over the lines on
a tour of Inspection, ffhey were
for soma time In consultation with
U10 local officials and it is said that
thoy nro planning somo radical
changes for this division of tho
rond. As a number of changes
havo already been undertaken any
now rdan of tho officials will not
como as a surprise, Tho officials of
tho road aro in favor of running
tho trains with moro accuracy than
in tho past as they think that leas
disasters will occur If this Ms per
fected ami thoy nro trying, it is
Botd to nmedy this defect as the
lateness ot Erie trains has become
a joko p.monk nil railroaders. Tho
replacing of a numbor of very val.
noble omploves who wero dlacharg.
ed.dtulnr tho recent financial trou
ble. Is also being considered by tho
officials.
Tho dispatch work on tho Blp,
Four road on tho Marlon and
Bollerontnlne division will horcaf-
tor bo donf t Bellofontalnf" Instead
of Ga'lon. Tho change takes offect
January 12.
iMr. M. A. Gee. superintendent
of the local interlocking nlnnt.- wai
continued to his homo todny on ac
rvwint of tli" lnlury which ho ro.
colvctl to his loft cyo ono week
ngo. '
Otti ."hrnll. snnorlntendnnt of
ho PernFlvnnla was a visitor at
tho local station today.
Ono hundred and cightoon lnbor
drs from Toledo woro sent to Ham
ster this Doming to work on tho
Hde track being constructed thoro.
Tho Trie rollrond bns hotrun a
vorv nerresBivo cnmnn.li;n for fast
'rolnht frnffi", TI'O shippers of fmlt
and OI:(tnl)Ies havo boon vcrv I
tnnrh fimtlfled over tho eolortty
with which th" rofld bns dr'ng tho
loot row nicnths dollvorod their pro.
ducts.
Hock'ng Vnllov train No. 32
'was fifteen minutes Into this morn
'ng owinu to additional business ,V
Several cjirnges wcro mado in tho
train at tho local station.
Between them tho Emperor of
China and tho viceroy of India ov
crn moro than half the popultitlou ot
tho world.
GRAHAM SHORTHAND IS BEST.
A. removable top for motor boat3
built on tho same lines as a carrlago
top is a recent novelty.
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CLEAN DP
PRICES ON
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SILKS AND
DRESS GOODS :
Taffeta
Lining Silks .,
Somi grays, Ollvo Groon and
Bright Navy 12 l-2o
JTo n Q V Silks
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and sorno plain Taffetas In
tho seventy-five cent grades
for , "390
Wool
Waistings
A full lino of shades in tho
27 In. all wool "walsilnga 153
45 in. Wool
Suitings
Probably fifty pieces In tho
lot. 45 in, Jamestown Bult
ingi wortl) ' ondifklollhr', , 50J
36 in. Dress
Goods
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30 In. Plaids and, Chpcks aro
marked ,15c
All wool Covert .Cloths and
30 iu . EJanpol Saltings at 25
Cotton (jopds
Wide sheetings 'reduced.
Standard UnbloaClTed, 30
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All Best Prints ....,,, 00
Hill Semper Idem , 10c
Ono of tho best Ginghams 7c
Good Whlto Outings ,",...., 4c
Good dark Outings 40
All Linen " ;
Crashes
Stovtn's Famous All Liaon
Toweling at yory low prices
running from 5 to 100
WARNER &
EDWARDS
LOANS
On householdf goods,
Pianos, etc. Easy week
ly or monthly payments.
Marion Chattel LoaiCt,
133 1-2 East Center Street
Phone 980
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