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Cl-mfa ymwk Your choice of all Suits with the exception of Blacks and Blues, ifcCt T MZ
tMb Wm that sold at $11.00, $12.50, $11.00 - $.7a9
IBLflB Your choice of Black or Blue Suits that sold at $20.00 and $22 50 $17.25
10R A TRIP ABROAD
Mr. and Mrs. A, E. Cheney and
Miss Peail Start for Europe,
'.Arthur 12 Cheney le.fl this mornlut;
lror New Yoilc City, from wnlch ulaco
01 r. Chcnoy and Mra. C'lioney unit
'daughter, Miss 1'osirl, will sail next
H'lnirwlivy on tlio llamluir Amcrliu
lino steam Hlilp, "Abrtihani Lincoln"
tor Hamburg. Tho ChMieys will
K)oud almost five) mouths abroad.
iourlJif tho UrltlSh Isles and a part of
tho coutlni'iit. Hoforo ko:iir to Now
York, Mr. Cheney will visit his rath
er In Vermont.
First car on C. D. & Jr. leavoa
Rtarlon at G n. in. and every hour
thereafter. Last car for Columbus
bI 0 p. m.; for Delaware at 11 i. m
Last car lcivc3 Columbus, 8:30 p. m.
Men's Summer Suits.
15 Suits 1-2 Price.
All good styles, not all sizes in
each lot. Evqry one a Bargain.
Your Credit is Good
Ladies' all .Linen Suits Si. 98.
Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits 12
25 trimmed Hals to close
Don't forgot the big drawing
Marion Clothing &
213 W. Center St.
Look for the sign.
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styles, colorings ana patterns are correct in every aetan; sucn as used uy tnc
Your choice of all Suits with the exception of Blacks and
that sold at S27 BO. S25.00. S23.50 L
Your choice of all Suits with the
that sold nt s-f r,n. SSO.Ofi. SIR.fiO
Your cnoice or an suits wicn inc exception or Diacits ana
tnat sow at $17 M, $ll).U.
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BIG REMOVAL SALE?
BY A TRAIN
Wilson Orr the Victim of an
INJURIES ARE SERIOUS
Flesh is Torn From the
Wus Caught Between an Eric Pas.
Ecngcr and a Big Four Freight
VI1boii ,the thirteen year old son
.' Mr. mill .Mrs. Elijah Orr, of Senate
Mtrect ,lled at tho .Sawyer Sanatorium,
In a very serious condition a3 a rcbiilt
of an aeeldont which occurred In tho
northeast jKirtlali or the- city between
the JJrlo and Dl Four railway tnehs
about nine oVIock this morning. Tho
lad wa caught between the outgoing
Krlo passenger No. 8 and n Ulg Four
freight, and was struck on the right
Mltouldor by the pilot arm, mulling
his shoulder to a mass. Asldo from
this very serious Injury tho lad is
brulbcd about the entlro body.
The lad w.11 valuing ulng the rail
way llne.i, and boforo Ibo accident
was engaged In watching Erio pisscn
ger iN'o .8 pull uway from the elty.
e.uthouii(l. At tho samo tlnio the lllg
'Four freight advanced west Inunil
without tho lad porclvliig It. Whou
he at lasl leca:iu awiani of his ihjbI
tlon and the fact that tho frolht was
mdiinulng, hi the interchanging
I tracks, did not know -which way to
move Consequently he was struck
,by tho pilot arm and hurled to the
tracks with a fearfully wounded
.phoLihler, tho flcdh being torn away
! nearly to the bones. No bones wore
broken In the accident.
Tho freight "nglno was Mopped
shortly after Ihe accident nml as
slstanco was summoned. The TleF 011H
.Markert ambulance responded nnd tho
joung man was taken to tho Sawyer
Try an ad in Tho Minor Want
ul,iami iiit, unmnani nut
lauors in our lanrer Eastern, cities.
exception of Blacks and
44 " " M M.00 "
Is Rendered by the Kpworth Home
Tho "Woman's Foreign Missionary
i-ocloty of Epworth ,M. E. cliurch met
at tho church Thursday afternoon,
with a largo attendance. Tho meet.
lng was opened with the president,
i.Mrn. E. Mclloy in charge, and a hymn
'One Thought of Thee." Mrs. M Initio
.Mors read tlio scrlpturo lcs-on,
which was followed by the limp drill
conducted by Mrs. J. S. Kilhury.
'Thc flo-spel Among tlio Burmese"
was discussed by Mrs. E. C. Smith.
After a talk by Mrs. F. .Melley, the
meeting adjourned to meet on tho sec
ond Tlmrhday In August on the lawn
at the homo of Mr. .1. S. Kllbury, on
North Greenwood street.
AT LINCOLN PARK
The Young Ladies of the Central
Christian Church Hold a Picnic
Tho Young Lndles' Society of tho
Central Chrlnllaii chure.li held a very
cujjyablo picnic at Lincoln park,
Thursday afternoon. Tho young peo
ple gathered earjy and went to the
park with well filled baskets. Very
nearly the entire muniberbhlp ot tho
hoclcty was j)rocnt to enjoy the day's
'outing and thrco guests were enter
tained. I Tlio guests wero Miss Iluth Baldwin,
of Warren, .Mis. Edward Hnttendorf,
ctr Lancaster, and Mrt. Marlon Mc-
Klnney, of Delaware.
Arc Nicely Entertained nt the Dr
A. B. Law6on Home.
The (Juocn Euthcr Clrclo of the Ep
,'Worth Methodist church, met Thurbdny
evening at tno Home or Dr. and Mrs.
(A. U. Lawbon ,011 East Center street.
The program of the evening was brief
nnt'l wui lollowed by a very ploasaiit
dn tho program of tho evening, Uraco
Campbell upoko of ''Lino Upon Lino"
following tho devotions. "Travclor'a
Aid Work" was tho theme of a well
prepared paper by Miss SCelh .Mann.
LVfter receiving rejiorts of tho lecent
convoiition, tho meeting
to a social he-alon.
On the top wavo or punllo
-1111 1 niuu.
Blues. d? I "7 7 C
91 1 - 3
Blues. Ai i g'
biucs, aim 7 XT
10 UU $13. 0
Is Called by the Republicans
ot This District.
PARTY IS DIVIDED
Effort is Made to
Congressman Mohser is Very De.
sitous That the Two Factions
Bury tut Hatchet.
For the purpose of rcaloring liar.
niony In the Thirteenth congressional
district, a meeting, ot both of tho com
mittees named bp''tho two congres
sional conventions held nt Bucyrus,
April ao has bocii,calcd for next Tues
day afternoon. Tho meeting will be
held in this city" at tlio offices of
Moilscr and Qulgloy .
The wholo Idea, ot tho conference Is
harmony. It Is purposed to liavo tho
two committees ulllto and to organlzo
by electing new officers. It Is be
lieved that this can Do accomplished
ami It bo then tlio Republican con
vention to nominate- .1 congressman
will bo called. It In expected that
this convention will bo hold at Cedar
Point during the flit week In August.
Congressman Mouer nnd Harry X.
Qulgley Jmvo (lane much toward bring,
ing tho virions factions togothor. The
whole fight at TIncynm waH on the
Forakor-Tnft Isisun but nt 0110 time
It threatened to continue. ilcpuhll-
cans ot the district reallzo (hat they
have no elauro for victory If they
should hold two conventions at Cedar
I'oluL and nominate two cindldntCH.
Although Mr. Mouscr linn slated that
ho In not a candidate for tho nomina
tion, thus far thorn have been 1111
made by any candl-
(dates In the district.
Those ,wbo will meet bore nro: L.
31. Bowern, of Uppor Sandusky: Ali
.oxnnder Klsknddcn .of Tiffin; .T. 1.
Ilomls and TltusNolf, of Fremont;
Frank DImoii, cf Milan; John Ray,
of Sandusky; L. A. Kennedy, of Up.
per K-iiidmsky; J. W. Hopley. or Bu
ryniH, and .T. O. Barney, of Crcstllno.
Followed by a Social is Held by the
Free Baptist C. K, Society
The monthly business' meeting and
wiclal of tho Free JJaptlBt Clirlstlan
Endeavor iSodety was hold at (tho
InniQ of Mr. and .Mrs, duy Coleman,
of Suiumlt i.trect, and was well at.
jjteudod. M the ooncliiMion of tho
luuainuhs session, oui-oi-uoor games
wero enjoyed on the spacious lawn.
Mght refreshments tvero served.
Tho next mooting .will bo held tho
first Tuesday In August.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Tho funornl ervlce3 over tho re
mains ot .Michael Leffler 'wero con
ducted ffiom the homo at Asvsta thh
tifttornoon at two p'eloolt. Interment
took placo in tho Agc-sta! cemetery.
Othor Sections are Scantily
Carries 1400 Marionitcs to
Twenty.four Coach Loads ot Mar.
ionltcs Leave the City for a Day
at the Point.
Fourteen hundred people left this
city this morning for Cedar 1'olut
cm tlio twentieth annual excursion
.f tho Marlon Steam Shovel com
pany. Two scotlous wero run on tho
Pennsylvania with .wiouty-rour
concbes In all, divided Into one sec
tion of thirteen whllo tho other
later bcctlon carried eleven ecaohes.
Tlio two sections were run ten min
utes apart and on their return this
evening will como homo with tho
same difference In time. The first
section left this morning at seven
with tho second following ten min
utes Inter and this evening tho
first section will leave Sandusky at
7 p. in.
Apparently Just about ovcrybody
was anxloiiB to spend a day at the
Point with the Steam Shovel boys
nnd those Inquiring for tho other
fellow generally had to glvo tho
matter up and find that the wanted
ono wns enjoying nn outing at the
Point. Tho weather was Ideal and
tho excursionists wero up early
this inornli'l? ready to stnrt. Tho
crowd which gathered ot the I'enn-
nylvanla depot wns sudlclcnt to note
that tho excursion was a success
and every one was Just about as
happy as ho could bot Tho baskets
which were carried ulong showed
no hlgus of lluanclnl stringency and
nt seven o'clock cares sorrow and
work wero forgotten and tho merrj
crowd loft for tho lako
No accidents have ns yet been re
corded which could In any way inai
tho pleauro of the day. BakcrV
band accompanied tho crowd as did
also tho Steam Shovel baud and
thero was no Inck ot good music
on tho route to tho point. The
koonccrt given by tho f rmor on tho
puollc squai o last evening wan most
credltablo and It Was appreciated
fully by tho excursionists and those
TRY ADMIRAL COFFEB.
White lingerie &
Worth up to $1 25.
A pretty assortment of
white Inwn waists in
several attractive lace
trimmed styles with
myriads of tiny tucks.
Short or lonj' sleeves
opening" front or back
these waists will not
"doff" to any ordinary
$1 waists '
" 4 8c.
White Dresses & Tub Suits 1-3 to 1-2 price
Eqiptying every Stock box and shelf in the ' section devoted to ladies' summer
dresses and suits. This summer's stock reductionswill bring to light mupji.thc best
value giving in this sections history.
2 piece white dresses at $L.!)8, S2.JI8, $3 08 and $ J .50 worth $5 to $10.
Princes" white dresses are $2108, $3.!)8. $5 and up worth $(! to $l2.f0 lip.
White linene suits at $2.1)8. S3 08 to $8.75 worth $5 to $20.
Colored tub suits at $0.50, $7,50, $7.75 worth $12 50 to $20;
$1, $5 and $7 50 colored jumper suits at $2, $2.50 and $3.75.
Unprecedented Wash Goods prices.
Profits have never been so entirely lost sight of in the colored Wash Goods Store.
Amidst the masses of cool, thin stuffs in dainty rainbow tints-there arc numerous
"Price Signs" which represent hardly halt' the regular price,
July prices start at 4c, 5c, 7 i-2c 10c, He 12 l-2c etc.
Uhler & Phillips.
Is Given by the Ladles of tho First
Ono of tlio most pleasant social
functions given ns a church event
wan that given by tlio ladles of tlio
First Baptist cliurch Thursday even-
rlng on tho lawn nt tho homo .of M,r.
and airs. IX 11. Lincoln at tho cor
ner of (Jlnirch and Vino streets. Tho
toclnl wns In tho order of n moon
light picnic and nveryouo wns Invit
ed. Tlio moon furnished n plenty ot
light for tho ocaislon nnd aside
from, this tho lawn wna very prol
ine docorotod. A largo number of
people gathered and leo cream and
cako wero served. Until lato In tl
evening tho timo wu passed with
social diversions and Intermingling
making tho effort of tho ladles n
success In every particular. A nice
sum was gained by tho ladles for
tho benefit of their church and a
very enjoyable evening wna spout
by thoso In attendance.
Where the Prices will be
Stock adjustments in, every, section
of our utoro bring' about much tho
best vnluo giving In Marlon. Every
SILKS, DRESS UOODS,
INFANTS & CHILDREN'S AP
UHLER & PHILLIPS.
Eyes fitted with glasses.
Catarrh and deafness successfully
DR. LUNdElt, Hubor Block
Tou can't fall with Gold Medal Flour.
TRY ADMIRAL COFFEE.
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NEW YORK STORE.
JULY "CLEAN SWEEPING" HERE.
Worth op to $1.50.
Lingerie waists of the
smartest typo with
elaborate embroidery &
lace fronts, which are
enhnnced in no small
manner by the profuse
little tucks. Not a single
good style missing
Among these $ 1 . 5 o
wnibls at 70c,
A big lot of line lingerie
styles interspersed with
neat mannish tailored
wauls. Soft sheer lawns
and mulls heavy with fine
trimming and distinctive
with new touches. 98c is
bul half their worth.
The Warner & Edwards Store.
Dress Goods Counter
The Net Dress
ns advertised yesterday, thoy
nro priced todav.
15.00 Patterns 5.60
lia.00 Patterns 90 00
IU7.50 Ulk silk net I.l7
21 lulllajnhB, 27 in Hough Ponsrees.
and a full line of ohookod. taffeta
silks are marked - - JW
Yard Wide Silks,
;m 1 1 Wlilto rfnbutal washable 60a
Hi! . Tussali Blks & colors 60o
rtn ,i Hlk Jap wntarprbof 60o
Black Dress Goods.
Priestley's light weight blacks,
Nuns Veilings, wool TaHotau,
silk warpB, cut 10 per cent from
our low prices.
The lowest prices ever known.
4c, 8c, 10c, -12jc,15c
i Get the Cash Bakit.
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at greatly reduced prices.
Patent Celt and dun Metal,
r...A t t .. u..a.
omion anu l.bi.c, ncivcsi ui
3.50 uxiorus, now. .....53.90
3.00 Oxfords, now a.48
2.50 Oxfords, noV 1,98
Worth up to 2.50
OhI you'll just have to see
these waists the scores
ol charming styles in tho
rich, distinctive effects-"
that any woman admires.
The simpler or tho most
elaborate Uimming schemes
as you prefer. $2.50 they
are worth regularly