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1 ' J , . I T- . a .7 '' THE' MARION DAILY MIRROR, L TUESDAY, JAN. 1, -1907. ', P?
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Dickinson's Big Store
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Kleinmaiers 20th Annual Discount Sale.
IT COMMENCES TOMORROW, JAN. 2
THE YEARLY EVENT IN MARION'S
Notwithstanding the rising tendency of the
clothing market, the same liberal discount given
last year will again be m iorcj
Hats & Caps
SUITS, OVERCOATS, RAIN COATS
SEPARATE TROUSERS ETC.
ALL Overalls, Rubber Qlotbing, Etc.
Positively Nothing Reserved in Entire Stock.
Owing to the extreme warm and unseasonable weather, the selec
tion this year is by far the largest and best ever offered at any of
our Discount Sales. Come with the expectation of finding just
what you want. You'll not be disappointed. -
The liberality of the discount allows of no other expense to us. Where
alterations are necessary, cost of same must be paid by purchaser.
SALE ENDS SATURDAY, FEB. 2, BUT THE ADVANTAGE OF SELEC
TION IS ALL WITH THE EARLY PURCHASER.
January Clearance Sale
on all Men's, Young Men's, Boys' and
Children's Suits. """
on all Men's, Young Men's, Boys' and
Children's Overcoats. Every article in
the store at a reduced price.
B. DICKINSON & CO.
123 East Center Street
Of Marion Manufacturing
ONLY FIFTEEN WORKMEN
Will be Released by Reason
of the Failure.
Plenty of Work on Hand lo Keep
Foundry and Machine Shop
Employes Busy Some Time 1
Tho Mission Circle of the Flist The offlclnl lioanl of Einsorth M.
Unptlst Church, will meet nt tho n. Chinch held Its regulnr monthly
church Wonesdiiy afternoon at 2 business niotlriK In tho church patlors
o'clock. Tho topo will he "Tho i Momlaj ovenlng. Tho meeting was
Christian Conquest of India." Ijad- well attouded Only business of a
cr, Mra. Uhlnehnrt. routine nntuin w.ib j-onsldeied.
THE UHLER AND PHILLIPS
Appropriate New Year's
Come Here Tomorrow
For Drgs Goods.
You can see by our east window dis
play that dress goods have reached the
lowest prices ever known in Marion be
fore. Dress materials that sold in pat
terns at $2.50 per yard are being offered
and sold at 75c. Buy your dress goods
here on Wednesday.
UHLER & PHILLIPS
young Peoples' Society of Calvary
lEvangelical Church Met
Tho Young People's Association
(C the Calvary Evangelical church
hold a long hut exceedingly Inter
esting ancethig at tho homo o C.
V. Z'ach'mnn on South Prospect
street, Monday evening. Tho at
tendance was c.coptionally largo.
The u'gulnr monthly business 'ot
tho association was transacted af
ter which ton excellent Jitorary pro
gi.un was aendorod. Tho Y. P; A.
(Hinitctio rendered several pleasing
elections and iU. C. V. Znchman
sang a beautiful solp.
A no,vel .feature of the program
wtos tho mautior of observing Ndw
Year's ove. Mr, (Cicero Zachman
IMnliJi0- "oi "01d ' Father
id sinUn splendid roview
ol HieTpast j car ehpecial-
Iv leJcrrinu' to the iniinv '.iccom
)lishinents of tho aussociation. lie,
was followed b.vwMiss Sni.ih Mjois
who iislioicd Mio Now Year with
a slioit clever Talk, in which hho
dealt mainly with the many poh-d-biliics
of the Xvv Year.
A piano duet iJy lis. V. S. Sny
dci and Mi'.s Jiia Klinefelter was
a Mry pleasing (iiuqiber. Tlie )io
giar.i wa. concluded with tho lead
ing of the '. P. A. cluonJclo by
Miss Nottio Johnston.
A f.o,cinl session followed and in
tho drawing contest, tho principal
social featme, Mibs JIajcl Wood
won the fiist piizo. Light refresh
ments wore served. At tho dawning
o,f tho Now Yean llev. Ilonsel con
ducted short nlld;ilmplcsivo consoc
iation spiv ices.
Jlrs. Austin'B famous Pancalco flour
mado from tho thteo jjreat staff of
HfOj vvlicnt corn and rico.
Thoro is a,hays a b.iHlo between
lliguajntism nL PJectiopodcs. AMt
your drujjijiht wJiich win".
An Italian, employed at tho Krle
round hoiuo hailthls hand caught 1"
a tablo. last nleht and tho ends of
tho flnnors torn off. The Hess am
hulanco w;aa sunnnoncd and thn in
jured man takenfto tho C. E. Saw
yer sanatonum, ticrq ho was given
Hulk peanut butter,
by t'rading whoro your dollar
will go farthest.
WATCH THIS STORE
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West Ctattr 5tTMt.
Mr. James Datable, as jcccivcr of
the .Million Manufacturing Company,
assumed charge ot tho institution in
his now capacity Tuesday morning.
Ah etated in Mouday's issuo or this
paper, tho purpose of the' receivership
Is a liquidation "f tho company's af
falis. and tho work of "cleaning up"
will begin nt once.
So far as tho men employed In the
shop are concerned, the failure is not
going to ho as fnr 1 caching as might
at first havo been expected. Mr.
nnstnhlo stated Tuesday morning that
not moro than fifteen men would havo
to be leleased by loason or tho failure.
The foundiy and machine shop
forces havo for some time ueen om
polyed In tinning out work for tho
Marlon Steam Shovel company, and
theio Is still sufficient work of thla
character to keep tbeso two depart
ments running at their full capacity.
I'hls Is a giatlfylng condition of af
fairs which Mr. Bastable will prob
ably bo allowed to maintain as agent
of the Federal court.
ruither than this, however, he will
not ho permitted to go on In tho
conduct of tho business. If con
ditions should seem to Justify it, more
men will bo ndcvsd fiom time to time,
tho nion released now, to bo reinstat
ed whoiover possible. Tho shop ha3
hcon running with practically tho
minimum foice for sovoral months.
and for this reason thoio mo but fow
employes who will he airecteii y
BANKS NOT AFFECTED.
In this connection it might be well
to slato that porslst-int but unveri
fied humorx have been cli ciliated to
tho effect that tho various Marlon
banking Institution bold paper?
against tho Manufacturing conipmy
for largo amounts; w lnrgo In fact
that It would sorioiihly nffeet tho
This story Is absolutely without
foundation. An Investigation of tho
matter Tuesday showed tint there Is
practically no Marlon Manufactuilng
Company paper held by any of tho
local hanks. Tho llttlo thero Is, all
of It not aggregating $1000, is amply
secured by collateral and will havo
absolutely no eirect on tho banks.
In fact, tho icluctanco nnd rofusal
of tho local banks to handle tho
company's paper. Is one of the im
mediate causes for tho faiiuio. AH
tho local banks ''cleaned up" on this
paper about three weeks ago ni1
since thon havo lefiibed to oxtend
credit to tho concern. This left tho
company without. credit at home, nnd
without such credit It wai Impossible
to obtnin credit out of town.
The very fact of the fnlluro Is tho
surest guarantee , th.it local banks
Ihavo not advanced money to tho
company, and is tho best assurance
that the banks woro not placed In n
position of holding a lot. of paper,
tho valuo of which might under tho
circumstances bo termed questionable.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Tako LAXATIVE DROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money if
it falls to euro. E. W. qROVK'8
signature is on each box, 209.
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When it comes to giving
One Half o'r more off on mcr-'
wo mean husinbssj
And co it isJil
and Purs. Wo have them here
a swell assortment, but thoy
must be sold, and you cani
get them now at One Half
and less. Visit our Cloak Department.
THE LEWIS GROCERY
A VERY, VERYr v
R.T.Lewis & Co.
N. Main St. Opp. Court House
in blacM urly. Best' $1.00
quality o closo at
$1.50 imported English Dress
Goods, 50 inches wide, blue
brown and black to close at
$1.50 lyard-wido Black Taf;
feta silk, beautiful soft fin
ish, fully guaranteed to
$1.00 Black all-wool MelrcBe,
45 inches wide, beautiful
black, to closo at ,
All remnants of silks and
dress goods to closo at 1-2
D. A. FRANK
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