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THE MARION DAILY MlBHOR, MONKAX, JANUARY 1, 1912.
ATTEND
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JHacken &
Smith s
NEW ERIE YARDS
10 BE BUILT HERE
Railroad Planning Big Im
provement For New
Year.
IX'ClSWJXiiWJMCXliSZZBS
End of Season
Sale
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Largest Discounts on the
Finest Lines of Clothing and
Furnishings in Marion.
Marion s Bcsi Chilling Siore.
.MUST INCREASE FACILITIES
AOOSTA
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OF LAST WE
Present Yards Cannot Take
Care of Growing Freight
Business.
Yards Planned South of Main Line,
Just West of Union Station
bo Ifccil I'or Ititt Hound Freight
Vnittx to lime Jinny Tiiteks.
Tn nil probability tlio now year will
witness one of tho biggest mil way Im-
' t rovements that lias tnkon plnco In
tMnrlon In a Rood many yours. Tlio
i Kilo In planning to build largo railroad
freight yards just south oC tho main
lino nnd west of tho union station nd
It Is being rumnied In railroad cir
cles that tho ynnls will l)o eonstrupted
f'H-ll----l-HI'HHw4H-H-t----l-ltI-l-l--t-l-l-l-l--
KELLY'S CLEARANCE SALE
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T J company. Only tho terminal at Jersey
X.Cllv ond the yards at Hammond, In-
Jxrmnrrii'Mrfmi'nn!3!mmrrKiMa..Mi ;
25 per cent off on all Clothing.
20 per cent off on all Furnishings.
Lay in your supply for future use from our al
ready low prices.
WILLIAM P. KELLY
f Opposite the Boulevard.
594 W. Center St. Out of the High Rent District
W-l"I-Hl"P-HH4lIHH-Hi"I-H"l-"lHHH-I-
A gouts. .Inn. 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank
Horton And daughter, ainhs, of ns
sex, wortp gnosis of the former's par
i.ts, Ma nnd Mrs. IS. v. Horton, Fri-
tlr.y.
Mr. John Krtusd, of Wostfortl, tPa
Is visiting hi dnughter Mrf. W. F
IIHt.
Mr4. O, C. Young apint Thursday
Mid Friday at tho Juno Sprtigue home,
o' Meekor.
Mr. Joseph Hurley Is on tho iltk
lSt.
Mrs. Anna Loutaonhtgcr nnd MUt
G.bson, of Klngslard, Ind., are guests
of tho foimer'B patents, Mr. and Mrs
Will John Schmidt, onst of town
Mr. and Mr, Ulcharri Cnroy nnd
children, MoTgnret, Florlnn and Mil
dred, of Akron, spent the hullilax
with relatives here.
Miss Kama Miller la tho guest of
I nllue frlcndH till weak.
Mr. Ualpli Kemper returned to his
r.nnio in l.nmie, Tiiunwmy, arter n
short visit with hlg sister, Mrs. Vernon
tailor.
Miss Hoio Hohorgor spent Wednes
day nnd Thursdny with Marian friends
Mr. nnd. Mrs. C. 11. Hudson, of Mar-
Ii n, wore entertained by tho letter's
in I
ilnn Anita nnd K rhl , v
Muh, wero bolide kuisi ii .Mi
Mr Trunk Orlm
Mrs i:ileu Ssm-iiii of Algir w m a
business visitor In this village Tups
di y.
Misses Dells, and Ituth Tron art
spending their vaettlon at Ft. Recov
Mr. and Mrs. Jntob Hurley, and
daughter, Oraoe, and .Mr. It. O. Cyders
of Mjrlon, Mr. and Mm. Ernest Pretty
man, of south of town, and Mr and
Mrs. Lewis Strawser of this place
were entertained hy Mr. and 'Mrs.
J. J. Hurley, Monday.
Mrs Ida Lane, of Marlon, Mich.,
Is a guest at the John Carter home,
till week.
N. I Williams, of Prospect and
Ttrrv Williams, of Mt. Vernon, spent
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Williams.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. O. uarnthouse have
nturned after a brief visit with the
former's parents. Mr nnd Mrs. J. P.
Pcriithousr, uf t ppr Knndiisk)
Now
A Now Whlto Hope.
ow York, Jan. 1. Junilio Wolls,
lio Australian heavyweight, said' to
ho ono of tho best "whlto hopus," Vlll
get ,a trial Wediusday night at he
Sharkey Athletic plub wlion ho will
ijuot Jack jcFurland In a ton-roiinJ
jy
"To Ouro n Cold In Ono Day
Take LAXATIVH BUOMO Qulnlno
Tablets. PruRclstn rofund money if it
li. W. OROVl'H slcna-
turo'ls'on each box. 25c.
falls.totcUro.
wiuiin tne noxt two or tnreo inonuis. Brents, Mr. and Mrs. a. C. Johnson,
Although Marlon now lins one of tho (,t, former jmrt of 'the week.
li-Kfst yards on tho Kilo system tho I Mr fi, r. v0UnK Iort fr Newark,
fielKht fncllltles nro not sufficient to Thursday, where he will he the guest
handle tho growing business of tho r i.i. ,. cinrence. for n few rtatfa.
Mr. Merwyn Itotplhouse, n student
of the tlimnr KinditKlv nluli salionl Is
dlnlin, erplal tho local jards In size .....n.iinc thn holiday w:th Ids liar-
and with tho now nddltlons that are ,,,, Mr. and Mrs O. Q. rtariith.iuse.
I elng planned tho Hnmmond yards
will bo surpassed.
The present difficulty lies with tho
east hound freight. It Is generally le
l.od hero much longer that tho offi
cials doslro simply eenitHo It has to
he switched around needlessly owing
trt tho arrangement or tlio yards. Hut
with now yards on tho wuitli side of
tho, mnlu track to bo devoted ex
oltiMvoly to oast bound freight this
t'oublu would lil overeomo to a large
dogreo.
Tho now yards will contain from
hulf a dozen to a do7en trnclw from
n mile to two miles In length nnd will
furnish room for several hundred cars.
Tho yards will add to the liieroaslng
importance of Marion on the 1-rlo ss
t m,
It it understood that tliu Htle nnnual
irpnrt will mako an rrcellont showing.
Tho road has undoubtedly been get'
t'tig moro business. Tho proposed Im
piovcnionts Bro tho natural result.
' New Hdlllng StKk for I'.rlo.
lliiflnir .IniiimvV" ln Tirln Wlllrnnil
Hanilltoii Sllll on Mill). .....i .ii i. .. r...,. n..
Tfll , 1VIII ictuivu iluik.V't'n If, Hl.fcJ-ll.W
Tlio nans ai amiiiiiioii u.o hum iuuk- , flW i0(,olnotIvo,, B.xly MB80nK(.r
lg a strenuous olTort to contlntio , nnd tm fUl, t Tho
onranlicil ioiflittU In that city, alio tmwr tllll) rolIIie ,wck ls ,,,IU..
present and Jonmor boards of 11 loa.. '80n)0 , J- , oc
torsiof tho cluflj -hold a conforonco , ... .. ,..,.,: . '. .
... .l. ..1 1. ..r w,... I..t ""-'" '" " 1"IHIIHII1. "I -IMU U1UV1.
ilb illU VilUlllVi UL Allljlllll.U
Mrs. UllKRetli Owatis. of Kenton,
as u guott of Mr. and Mrs. K 1.
I-frrtnn.
Mr. T. J. Horton of rrfinesfleld, spent
fiom Sunday until Tuesday with his
wlfo. ,
Mjr. W. F. Hill nnf children, John
nnd I.onore, wern oti:or:niiied at the
Jnoob Kitiuso homo In Marlon Mon
day.
Mr. Frank Mason was a business
visitor in Marion Thuraday.
Mr. and Mrs C. W. Mutton are vis
iting Mr. and Mrs David Soiislo) of
flalloii this week.
Mr. and Mr. 1). McPlelland enter
tained the following at dinner, Mou
ilnj.: Mr. and Mrs. X Ilttiger nnd
children ISdtiit, llert anr: Cluieiice, of
Morion, and Mr. nnd Mrs J. Collins,
t f t lis city
Mr and Mrs. Lester Orlm ml thll-
I. J. CLARK
DIES SUNDAY
Death claimed Mrs Mnrgnret Jne
Clark nt 10 ovioik last evening at
the home of Mr nnd Mra. Philip
Malo on George street The deceased
was II years of age.
Death followed an acute attack of
perltonltln with which the deceased
had suffered for the past three dn.
Funeral services will be held.ow'
he remains tit 10 o'clock Tuesday
morning and Interment will bo ittudo
In tho Marlon cemetery.
Whales, because or their gnnt rix'.
nrs not fast swimmers. 'TnVV ea-i
mako only about 10 or"'' nflles'nn
hour.
P
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Talk of a PrestdontUit.iMiBSMXc 'ri
New York Is iiuatft'i io,rij .JJr.
I Krnes of Albnny ,le.-.r y( mjypUJVqn.
AVell, since wi h c- tif 'li'W' fiorno
v inter nmwnv th snoitf'V" i;et it
i.er with the bittir
UTHERY mi
Mm BE THFRE
Sund8's i ity ti.ipers c m
to the eff( 1 1 that t n i ,..
(hithery, of this ' v i l .it I
pate In nn mtl-Uir u,i ..i.inering to
bo held In c iiumbus, tomorrow Mf
Guthery left this mrnlug on a busi
ness trip t aouthernf Ohio, Miit w.
to-day infoiirsM a ftnr friend thctt
he couldn't quite understand how be
had been, nixed up in tho anit-ftnr-men
affair scheduled for Tuesdaj. A(
any rate he win not e there, -a-ft-l
though he may not bo Hh aofoVtl WtUt
the governor on nil ?ropeaillguM, yt
his difference Is not sufTK i ntly sutntg
to Justify his participation In ait open
attempt to sidetrack .the govcrjtvr's
in'iuenee In his own state
CASTORS A
Tor Infanta unil Children.
Tde Kind You Have Always Bcught
sgS
Boars tho
Signature of
a large audience- greeted- H.v,,
Zechlel at the First Heformed church
vestenlny monlng. He to(Sk hW
theme from Muthew, "The purnblei
of the hid tre-isure and pcnl of great
price." These iparaHloe contain ihn
doctrine ot romplet self-urrend' r
to Christ. In my schnoiday I r
member delwllag the question as to
where men find the greater plensitr
In pursuit or possession. Tho qui -tlnn,
If It does no more, at levt sujr.
ftest the ImpOBSibllltv of earthlv
things satisflng the deeper longlur
of the soul. The text at least shn.ss
vision of J'hrlst. before we ein np
ns two men who wero hpplest Ih
porscslon Thoy wre not content
until th had the coveted obleet.
Thesi Joyfully sold nil, stirretvli red all
to 'Wbtatln. True, sahallon it free,
stl'l It )ia Its price: not Jut In d I-1-irs
and conts, but In self-rurrendn-Mnny
a tmtn'a fell gl on is poor am1
unsatisfactory to hlmaelf, because he
does not psV Ut prlee geif
' nr( Itcfopturm' ctttircH.
You can go into s Olnthlng ntor.
nnd buy a shoddy suit If on mMi
or a gooJ one if you ipaj1 tiia ribl
prtec 80 you can get all tajit of re
ligion you want. If you pay wfc'prl''
But I fear, man of ut rro.wtHJn tit
wear a very shodd-. clonk of right"
eousneis, because of our lick of ur'
lender. For this r admire the twti
men of tho text. Thev piM ?)i iilv,
"for Joy thereof soli ah" Hat th.
first cssenllal wan tn k e tin it 1
So our tlrs need Is to n t n prip
pK'late Him. Irf'iirn 1IH iue l
MiKUIng His n-iture, Hi- li'e, HI,
nilsKlon. Ptutlv fie doitriins Ho
t night, the laws He laid down, anl
the principles fir which He 'td.
Ktudv b a fair 1 omparlson of l ie
1111 1 wortl (v impact with other
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All New Moll
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Perfect Fit Ouarftntoed
J. V. Rawliogsg Son;
130 W. Center
mn, PTirlxtlanln as Compared with
othar religions Compain the ipoople,
homes and nationf of those who ful
Vw Hln with these who do not, and
MiU cannot fall to be convinced that
t'hrUt la the greatest trvasuro for
.-my man for life, death ind eternity.
Hive .oii thit Pearl of great price?
Aie you nllllnff to make the proT
t r-iuni nder and lay all at His feet,
unon tlie ultar of our aod, that you
miy k the rnlincfa of Hia blaastng?
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last
wook and decided for working out
tho HpiutcJal plans of tho company. J
Moro thnn f$ vossiits mo Inmlud nni
nimlly in Calcutta with Indian pro
ducts for tho United States.
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is to itusorjVi? to co.Mr. to ot it SToitn l-'oit r.vnuvrmNa YOU
jaxii in HAitnwAiti:, nmvusi; wu si:ll tiiij uit toous,
ILVUDWAItU AND IJIPL11MHNTS ar.n.
WJ3 stiwnj) iii:iin nvi'UYTin.va wi: kijlii with ouii mo.v-,
T.Y ANl Itni'.UTATION, AND 5IAK12 fiOOI) ON HVKUY HKAL.
AVK WISH YOU JMtOSI'HItlTY AND HAPPINF-SS.
The Haberman Hardware Co.
NORTH MAIN STREET
ItuslncH on the laic.
Itecords cf tho pnssungor buHlncsa
on. tlio E1I0 should bo complutcd toildj'
for tho piusunt yoar No grout In-
d,faso will bo shown, howovor, nccoid-
ttg (o Krli men. Hut, tiiKIng tho lo
cal F,tlu pnsscugur and freight trnfllc
a largt) Increase ovor tlio luiHincH Insl
enr li imrtlcularly notice one. (
Futrilalim OIUctaK '
Mr. O. M. Knutier. pusseiigor agent
tot tho Pennsvlvnnla rnlhoad bore, en
tortalned tho local officials nt a sta?
dinner and smoker, Friday evening, at
l'i. home on Scotlolil Helglitsr
Covors wero plCud Tor twolvo nnd
tin olabornto menu was served. Fol
lowing tho dinner hour and smoker
Hid lemaluder of ths cvtnlng was
upc'iit at cuids.
The Toiw or .Mull.
Five tons of mull w'oro taken from
I ilu No. S and Hocking Vnlloy No 30.
Friday morning, whlcn provus that the
Christmas tush and heavy work In
tho mall department has ny no menus
abated. This is four or live times the
tibiial unjiiiint and tho ofilulals claim
that In xnn season pii-yious has the
work In the mall dcpartinunt continued
through tho week as It has this year.
I'NCINI'ti
cerlo Hrlo
A
HAPPY
AND
I PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
I TO ALL.
I The Manhattan 1
WHISPICIIY WlllSTMN
I'Olt KltlH'S
Now Yink, Jun. 1. Tho
has got 'cm going again.
Folks who catch tho 8:3.1 for Now
A ork nnd particularly those who lux
uriously wait for tho 9:0.', havo long
Iren complalplng of t:io soronnib with
hlch tho approach of the 7:30 and thn
7 43 havo boon horaldod. Knowing
nbout trains which loavo at such
shocking lioiitH was had oiinugh with
out having slumbora brokun, oar drums
tiirtuicd and coddled oggs nuulo unlit
for fastidious eating. Whoroforo tho
ct mplaluts.
Yostorday iinnouncomont was imido
that nil locomotlvos In tho Krlo's huIi
iii bun scivleo wero to to eitulppod with
low tone whlstlos, whnso notes will bo
!ko woodland nuislc, nnd, fur from dis
turbing dreunis, will lure tho sloopor
on to visions still moro -s cot. Tho
whlstlos of tho past uro to be used on
ly In emergonclos, such as tho arrival
of trains on time.
Jorsey commuters weio so amused
hist night at tho nova or the Innova
tion that thoy accepted without doubt
ing iiiiiioiH of dcclnderca euglnos and
1 1 upholstoicd siuts in all cars.
Miituoit sunsciuncits
Will confer a faor by reporting
promptly any fa II uro to rcccUo tlielr
paper, cither from t-lly carrier or In
tlio mall on rural routes. Tclepliono
roinplalnts nt uxpenso of office. Tlio
Minor la booking new subscriptions
dally anil lidding ninny now names
to Its family of rentiers eery wcok,
mill errors In putting all cridrcH&cs
on tho carriers' nnd mailers' lists
correctly nro suro to occur, and It
ril nt once. If you cannot get tlio
Mirror officio by phono lit tlio opening
cull phono S87.
That Philadelphia policpinan who re
tired flfjor -19 yoars' sorvlco ut $1 ouo
j car worth 150,000 ought t havo
iult long ago. It seoms a sluune that
u man with such genius for making
money on the outslro snuuld htivu
vustfcil tils talents walking iv beat.
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We are going to conduct a Piano
Sale at our stoe at 214 W. Cen-
ter;Street, in order to greatly re-
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dtice our stock of fine Pianos
pQpr to our Annual Inventory.
mi wi All Pianos in this Sale are strictly guar
anteed hy this firm as well as the manuf ac-
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hirer. All Pianos are marked in plain figures
In addition to our New Pianos we have
several slightly used and second hand Pianos
which we will sell very low in order to dispose of them quickly. Several
second hand Organs at almost your own offer, some to give away to
small schools or churches that are not able to buy, if you will come
after them. Come and get your choice. Musicians and , expert Piano
Men will be here to wait on you and show you through' whether you
wish to buy now or not.
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