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;0K DAILY MIRR0R,,..)TUE8DAY, JAN. 1, .1907.
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JANUARY 2. JANUARY 2.
iREUTZ'S Discount Sale. 25 off all Clothing ha
8jb on ail jc urnisnmgs.its tnje .west, its tne Kiggest.
Start tne JNew Year by3AVliMU $4.ou or $5.uo
bi a SUIT or OVERCOAT.
wolcotfied tho Now Year In a jritmt
happy fashion by entertaining with
a progressive watch party.
Tho merrymakers gathered at their
parsonage, tho home of tho Hovcrend
Mr. Rolnlckc, Church street cast, at
half after seven and transacted rou
Offlccis"wero elected to serve dur
ing the coming ear na follows:
rs. .lohn Click, president.
Miss Mnrlanno Helnlcke. vice preal-
A't -f 1
PRICED NOT MATCHED ELStWHERE li
TFigbt the Marion County
tt Telephone uo.
DICTATION OF COMPANY
In Matter of Rents Sends up
Center Btreot when at I o'clock the
drawing of prizes took place. Miss
Helen Krauso did the drawing, while
Messrs. Arthur Myers of tho Star
and S. S. Biirgcds of tho'Tllnor oi.
Delated (is Judges.
People who had lecenlly puuhasod
pianos wcio given coupons, and hold
ers of these coupons ve tlio only
one3 pcimltted to enter the contest.
Tho Hi st pi Io was won by Klmer R.
Reers( of Scott township. The coti
lion as on a Shonlngcr piano anil
tho No. 31S2C. The beautiful Instrn
niont was presented to Mr. Uccrs,
fice of charge, minus only ten dollars
tile cost of tho freight and delivery
Tho second prize was u ccitlllcatc
of erclt for $50 to apply on the pnt-
clmso iirlco or a piano. This pilo
was won by M. .1. Tcmplelon, of
South Greenwood at 1 col, on a Sterl
ing piano, coupon No. l!)3Gr. Tho
thhil prJzo coupon was No. 07.757,
on a Packaid piano, "and was good
lor -'. tiiih whs ilr.iwn by Miss
I.esta Kaughman, of Columbus.
Cold iVcl and llieunw'.ism cined
l. KleehopoiU1'. Ask your ilniy-gUl.
PARTY IS GIVEN
By the Christian Endeavor
Society of Salem's Church.
Officers JElected for Ensuing Year
and Enjoyable Programs Ren.
dered During Evening
The Christian Hnileavor Society of
Protestant l'nngclleal Snlem's chnicli
Frederick Hlckonraiu-h, secretary.
Kulhorlnp Ulonlckt', (orroopondlng
TJlmer I Wrier, ticisnrer.
Paul Knll. librarian.
At nine o'clock a palatable fours.
luncheon was rorvwl, and immedi
ately thereafter the gneits left for
the home of Mln Herllin Probst, State
street north. Hero two gueb3lng con
tests kept the participants In a con
tinuous roar of laughter, and nilrth
was the older of the hour. A dainty
spread was followed by adjor i "lonl
lo the home of Miss Alma I "f lor
Slate htrcct, south, where a nr i Ini
ltatlon of new nienihcis w I'd
lo the enjoyment of tho r 'r.ilil-d
company. A bultet luncheon ion
cluded the social evening at half aft
er eleven and all lepalred to tho
church, wheie the New Ycai found n
happy band of Chihtlau soldiers Ring
ing the songs for which their foie.
fathers sacrificed home and life that
the One Perfect (Sift might be the
possession of the generations.
Select readings and prayer were In
order and each member was given n
Ladies' COc fmeVstorm over
shoes .X 48c
Misses' rolled edgXover
Children's rolled cd
Children's olalit ovorshocaVfic
Hf.aaiKjif 4nwMt ntrAmllinml
.... v. t i- si nil"
mens niDucr iwovs .... 91.00
Ohildrcn'B rubber boots $1.25
Men's rolled edge duck
rubber boots -. $3.00
lisscs' rubber boots .. 81.48
Men's arctics, double solo $1.
Men's rolled edge arctics $1.25.
Men's felt lined arctics $1.18
Men's Tiigh top 1-bucklo
The Racket Store
watchword which shall bo their guldo
through the vicissitudes of tho coin,
In O-P. League Belongs to the Lan
Akron. 0., .Ian. 1. -After Presi
dent Moiton of the O. ami P. league
announced liw team sivernj-es of the
O. ami P. Ii'.i','iie Lancaster protect
ed Hint it should hine Mind place
instead of N'ewc.wfle and tfitve it-!
loniiiiii. 'Miiflon lieann to invent i
aale .mil fniniil that Hie official
scoter of tho NcwcasHo club had
failed to rcpoit the first of two
panics played between Newcastle
and Lancaster at Newcastle 011 Aii.
I a licit Lancaster won II lo 'J. Tho
second game, which was a lie, win
reported. After gelling Hiis ivporl,
Morion ieiscd his figures, and an
jiounceil ilodny tlrnt Tncasleil
ihoiild be in third place and New...
,Presidciil Mm ton says that it
now loi ks icitain that Hie O. and
P. league niectin-r will be held in .
Clevelnnd on .Inn. !"). U is up to
Slumps of Mansfield to decide 'aiuV
Miirti.u sl(s that Hie latter favors
Clcilnnd as the meeting place.
Clu6 are Formed in Township and
v a Little Dictating is Now Being
Done by Tillers of the Soil.
During 'the. pnatevernl days, tho
f aimers of various townships In
thqcounty have been holding reinon.
stratlvo meetings, at which times an
organization was perfected for the
purpose they say of "Bringing tho
Marlon County Telephone Company
to tlpie." It seems ns though that
company has excited a revolution
among the farmers by springing a
newfeet of rules by which they must
lnaUo, payments for telephono rent.
About two weeks ago, the company
issued bulletins to each country sub
ocrjber, domaudlng that hereafter
they make payment on tholr rent bc-
fiiJNl1.A fiuniflaf1i ,1fiv tt nnr.1i llimiill
and pay the regular price, ?18 annual,
or to pay $21 annual rent In case that
tho'.rulo is not obsorved. Tho farm
crs'dldn't like this idea a llttlo bit
asi ther claim- that there aro busy
lwe?when .they, cannot get to town
irisWoofa month to pay the toll and
declared t an Imposition to ask the
Consequently, meetings wero called
In homo townships and an organization
was affected. The first and most Im
portant meeting wns held at the
Clark Rchoolhouse on December 1M,
at Which tlmo a f.et of 1 evolutions
wero drawn up. The club as named
"Tho Parmer Telephono Arbitrators"
and organized by electing W. 'A. Lucan
nrftrtdpnit and 15. W. nrlfigSj necro.
tary and treasurer.
AtTfhiS. mooting the following reso.
litflons weie adopted: 1st, That the
(Marlon County Telephone company be
An I'd only $lfi per jenr Tor tho une
I f fho teleplmno. Ha Id mini payable
J, narTtily and not In advance.
2nd. That it any 0110 telephono be
w.rl nrt 11 riAAIi llttttstfl 1. i lin nAUtlirihll
.rr)., or uujubt "dause'that tho telephones
i' 1( ' if iill ircrsomp" rup'retjentuil in this
' 7cluuVbo lenioved.
. ;.3l'l. THaLriiothlng bo presented In
v said 'Telephono company concerning
IhCnctlon of this meeting until
January 1. Vo the undersigned agree
ManhattanMarion's Quality Store.
Always the Same
It Never Changes
We never have permitted nnd
never will permit any house to
offer better values or success,
fully dispute our supremacy in
the men's clothing business.
THE MANHATTAN 12TH ANNUAL DISCOUNT SALE BEGINS
J i L 1 0
o the aforesaid conditions and hold )
,sunte as binding. Signed, W. W. (
Wall? L. 13. 'Patten, W. A. Dallls, l.
Harvey, George Leeper, It. O. Seck
ef J. V. Lukens, H. W. ne.uer, J.
W. Seckel, Prank Heaver. 13. Show
ersi.TH. K. Poos, O. W. Koiumer,
P-. M. Harvey. P. Crabang, W. I.u-cas.jl-34
I, Hrlggs and others. '
At a Joint meeting of tho township
clubs held In the court house Satur.
flay, all of 'the clubs combined nnd
adopted tho above- le&olutloiw. A
compy of same wag presented o tho
ilephono company yesterday (iron,
day) but as to tho company's action
In the mattor nothing definite has
been decided upon.
The farmers allege that )n no other
coufi(fe3 aro tho county telephone
rates more f.um $15 annually and
that the farmor Is allowed to pay It
$.-ior annually or quarterly.
ELMER E. BEERS
DRAWS THE PIANO
In the Geo. W. Baker Profit
TODAY, JAN; 1, ENDS SATURDAY, FEB. 2.
YOU'VE been waiting for it we'll not disappoint you. Sale conducted under same old methods the same condi
tions exist. A straightforward discount 20 on every article in our establishment no sliding scale discount -no
juggling of price tickets. We withhold absolutely; nothing, every article of men's, boys' and children's wearing apparel is in
cluded. This discount means for the CASH and is given on the lowest clothing prices quoted in Marion. Conditions of the
woolen market would warrant us discontinuing the usual 20 per cVit. and making it lower, but we have decided to shoulder
our loss and continue the same old established custom. For the twelfth time we invite you to partake of the feast of good
thines the "Manhattan" has to offer.
We know that the buying public of Marion city and county appreciate good values, and will not be. slow in
ing the advantage of this bonified price reduction on Marion's most representative clothing stock. Select your article, deduct
20 per cent, from the price ticket---that's all there is to it. Note a few ofythesjpnees.
S25.00 Suits now- n- $20 00
20.00 Suits now 16.00
18.00 Suits now 14.40
15.00 Suits now 12.09
10.00 Suits now - cVJO
8.00 Suits now 6-40
5.00 Suits now 4.00
$6,00 Trousers now $4.80
5.00Taousers now 4.00
4.00 Trousers now 3.20
3.00 Trousers now'- 2.40
2.50Trouters now---'- 2.00
2.00 Trousers now 1.60
1.00 Trousers now 80
$7.50 Child's Suits now T$5.60
6.00 Child's Suits now 4.80
5.00 Child's Suits now 4.00
4.50 Child's Suits now 3.60
3.50 Child's Suits now 2.80
2.50 Child's, Suits now 2.00
- Corduroy Goats.
$6.00 Corduroy Coats now $4.80
5.00 Corduroy Coats now 4.00
3.95 Corduroy Coats now 3.16
3.00 Corduroy Coats now 2.40
2.00 WoK Coats now 1.60
1.50 Work Coals now 1.20
$30.00 Overcoats now S24.00
25.00 Overcoats now 20.00
20.00 Ovcrcoots now ,-- 16.00
15.00 Ovorccals now 12.00
12.00 Overcoats now 9.60
10.00 Overcoats now 8.00
8.00 Overcoats now 6.40
$15.00 Sails now $12.00
13.00 Suits now : 10.80
12 50 Suits now 9 60
10.00 Suits now 8.00
8.00 Suits now 6.40
6.00 Susts now 4.80
Child, s Oveacoats.
$8.00 Child's Overcoats now '- $6.40
6.50 Child's Oveocoats now 5.20
5.00 Child's Overcoats now - 4.00
3.95 Child's Overcoats now 3.16
3.00 Child's Overcoats now 2.40
2.50 Child.s Overcoats now 2.00
$3.50 Corduroy Trousers now - $2.80
3 00 Corduroy Trousers now 2.40
2.50 Corduroy Trousors now 2.00
2.00 Corduroy Trousers now 1.60
1.75 Corduroy Trousers now 1.40
1.50 Corduroy Trousers now 1.20
IHMH'miM'l llyt l !. nil V 1 Hill - MMM-M I lp,
$25.00 Raincoats now $20.00
20.00 Raincoats now 16.00
18.00 Raincoats now 14.40
16.50 Raincoats now 13.20
14.00 Raincoats now 11.20
10.00 Raincoats now 8.00
7.00 Raincoats now 5.60
Child's Knee Pants.
$1.50 Knco Pants now $1.20
$1.00 Knee Pants now , 80
7fie Knco Pants now v. 00
50c Knco Pants now ' 40
39c Knee Pants now 32
25c Knco Pants now .' 20
Knox" Hats now $4.00
Guycr" Hats now '. ; 3.20
Guyor " Hats now 2.40
'Remington" Hats now 2.00
$2.00 "Itctsall" Hats now ,
$12.00 Overcoats now ; $9.60
$10.00 Overcoats now $8.00
$3 00 Overcoats now $0.10
$7 00 Overcoats now $5.00
$t 00 Overcoats now , $4.80
P5.00 Overcoats now $1.00
This same liberal discount applies to every article of furnishing goods in our establishment, shirts, collars, neckwear, underwear,
hosiery, gloves, sweaters, suspenders, handkerchiefs, trunks, bags, suit cases, etc. This sale is for CASH only, no goods will
be charged, at thesp prices, and nothing sent on approval. Our advice to you Come early.
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No Goods Sent
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( M&fMmJM' I Sale for Cash
: fST'Drinlf contest con- I No Goods Charged.
U .li.Xil . B,i1ikor, tho piano " ,
up -jbm; i g j pEo a cjobo JHon- M' 1 i ' ' I
f K fife .i "X. . i I y -.