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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 31 May 1907

fjqr i JeFfT-" " r"f"' THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, TRIDAY, MAY 31, ld07. VAVtZ FTvTi W-T--' ami. e rti f. r r V X r -.& rafflW WHAT IS YOUR PRICE? Do you wisely limit your ex penditure for clothing to a certain price ? Anyway, you ought to be a critical buyer anxious to secure Ihc best that Ihc price permits. g W. at two points hfglf fuiatily and f fow price. The higher: tlicy make A jd the quality and Ihc lower the A A price the better plcased'thcy arc. 5 All Clothcrafl garments arc all $ 2 wool but the all woolen mate $ P rials arc shrunk by the special $ P Clothcraft process. Every bit of $ work the designing, the cutting $ and the tailoring arc each in S I turn looked after by skilled workers the highest paid Jour ncymcu who arc as exacting in i making the button boles', and in shaping the collar ns they arc JJ in perfecting every other detail. W That's why Clothcraft Clothes prove the bestto critical wearers. $ The Clothcraft Spring Style $ Dookwillbeglvenyoulfyou'llcall. g0 T...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 31 May 1907

H h I -A(TC SIX THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, TRIDAY, MAY 31, 1007. & y t 'j n i V f J ,1 i Union Station Time Card EFFECTIVE .TAN. 1. 1907 NORTH BOUND. 7:00 wa NO. 81 No. 33 . 10:25 am ...4:20 pm . 10 GO pra .. 6:10 pm No 35 No 37 NO. 89" SOUTH DO UNO. No. 30 No. 38 No 32 . 5: 50 km 7:20 Atn 10:35 ara No. 31 1:35 pra No. 36 1:15 pm Dally. i $ f No. 38 start from Marloa. No. 39. stops at Marlon. No. 39 -will lcava Columbia it pm on Sundays. FRiF RAILRQM No. 10, Chtttttauaun, Ex ..12:46 m No. , Now York Ex G:32 am No. 12 S.50 am , No. 4, Vestibule Limited.... C:33 pm ' No. 1G Accommodation 12:56 pm I No. 22 arrives ..............5:10 pm C. & B. DIVISION. No. 3, Chicago flxpra9 12:55 am No. 3, Vostlbuled Limited. . 10:31 am No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:15 pm No. 7, Pacific Bxpress 11:10 pm SOUTH AMD CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:18 am l-o. 3, Vestlbuled Limited.. 10:39 am No. 11 3:45 pm Dally. 8 Dally except Sunday. ew York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. 15 6:...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 31 May 1907

wm ww HBB i' f' K 1 f'J if' ti ( f M dw SCHOOL HA&ITS IN PERSIA. i - ' ,J-,V. c oye Sit on Floor and Recite Leosont at If Chanting. Oriental children Imvo their mar bles, their sUljTplng rope ami (ho llttlu toy plows Into which ents mid kittens .aro harnessed for play They enjoy jlto fully iw much as do American phlldron. When tho hoys iiro 10 year's old -they arc Bent to hcIiooI In thd nearest mosque, Parents will some times ? take u boy to school and de liver hint over to tlio gentle caru of ho teacher with tiicac words. "Ills Soucb nro mine, hut IiIh flesh In yours each him nnd punish liliu us you tee P't." I When hoyB go to school they usu ally alt In two rows. One row bIIb nlotig one Mall, books In hand, and tho other row along tho opposite wall. Th6 teacher Hits In tho middle of the room. Thoy do not use chads, luit Hit on tho floor, which l'i cov ered with ii reed matting. When they mo studying their lessons they sway Uielr bodies back wind and for .Ward as If they were I...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 31 May 1907

-y FACE EIG1I11 THE MARION DAJLY MIRROR, 'FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1007. KLKINMAI E R S CHILDRENS' SAILORS The only preventative for sunburn freckles is a good broad-brimmed sailor. We show an ellegant selection in straws of all kinds white duck and fancy cotton fabrics. PRICES 25c to $1.50. BORS' BLOUSES from 25c. to $1.00, and from the black sat een for every-day wear to the white mercer ized for Sunday. There's also Cbambrays in blue or tan fancy Aladeras in stripes or checks, nnd neat figures in Perclaes collar band or collar attached. tmm Meet Us Face To Face-We VETERANS HONOR BEAD WITH FLOWERS, IMPRESSIVE SERVICES Nature Smiles Kindly Benediction Upon the Strewing of Flowers on the Graves of Heroes at the Marion and St. Mary's Cemeteries Hon. G. E. Mouser Delivers the Memorial Day Address Appropriate Program is Ren-, dered at the Cemetery Marked Scarcity of Flowers. With weather conditions ideal, Decoration Day was beautifully nnd fittingly oldened, in Marion, Thursday. Tho crowds whic...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

I (ft '' 4 t t & 1 s lijy, 1 fj , i , ijVy.?- J' ' ", The Marion ? Daily Mirror SECTION ONE PAGES 1T08 M VOLUME XV. NO. 250. MARION, OniO, SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 1, 1907. PRICE TWO OENTfl rt y W OHIO MAY A Bill, Patterened After the Measure Which Re : cently Became a Law in New York has Been Drafted and Will be Before the Next Legislature. Govornor Hughes Met with the Corporations in New York and Yet was Successful in Securing the Passage of the Bill and it is Highly Probable That a Like Battle Must be Fought in the Buckoye State Before the Victory is Won Provided it is Won. Olovoland, O., Juno 1. A public util ities bill, similar to that Just passed In New York under tho spm of Gov. Hughes and aglnst tho opposition of both tho Republican and Democratic political machines In New York irtato, will bo tho central feature of tho coming session of tho Ohio legis lature Th bill Is alroady being drawn up. A promlBo has boon secured from Sec retary of War Taft that ho will give his sup...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

s fc , - y ft C- PAOE TWO AT LANSING President Roosevelt Pul in a Strenuous Day. THREE ADDRESSES Were Delivered by Him to Greal Crowds Gave Good Advice to Young Men and Women. lMitlng, Mich., Juno 1. After a strenuous nix hours In tho stnto capl lal, during which ho made throo ad dresses and held a reception nt the state capltol. President Hoosovelt left nt 4:20 o'clock Friday afternoon for "Washington on the Lake Shore road No untoward Incident happened tin ing tho president's visit and nothing occurred which In any way excited tho Ktisplclons of the scores of pollco offl cera In the city. At tho agricultural college In the af ternoon President Hooscvelt spoke to about 2.',n00 people from a stand erected on a little knoll at tho head of the campus. Seated on benches Im mediately before the stand were stu dents of the college, hundreds of ulumnl who have been attending the seral-centennlal celebration of tho founding of the college, and standing on Iho turf behind were thoiisands of...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

wr T latjwHr pi t. to ir r t y tm&mUmmttM Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup CbNTAlNS HONEY AND TAK Relieves Colds by working them out of the system through a copious f.hd healthy action, of tho bowels. ' Relieves Couehs by cleansing and ttrshgtlienlnc tho mucous mem branes of tho throat, chest, lungs and bronchial tubes. The Original Laxative Cough Syrup Conforms to National Pure Food and Drug Law For Croup, Whooping Cough, La Crifp, Influenza, Bronchitis, and all Cough, Colds, Lung and Bron. chlal affections no remedy is equal to Kennedy' Laxative Cough Syrup. Children llko It. Put up In 23o, 30o and $1.00 bottloi at tho Laboratory of IJ.C. DWITTd;co..Chlcago, U.S.A. Pleasant to take Children like it. That Hungry Feeling. V' Pt WX feelings Into this prture." said tho poor but proud uitlst. '"Chat probably nccounts for It." snld the rrltlc. "Accounts for vihnti" tjuerled tli artist. "Tho fact Hint tho sky In Hit' back ground looks IIU- a sn'iiinttled egg," rejoined tlio orltle. Det...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

PXGffi rouit THE MAJRION DAILY MIRROR", SATURDAV, JUNE 1, 1907. " f I. r i 5 If IP THE Daily Mirror. J. BURGESS . ..Bualiiew Manager 14, C. HOLLAND Editor V. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editoi HDVEItTJSINQ RATES F ORNISH ED ON APPLICATION. DThLi paper receive! th Serinp ficKae Tisli'grrnptilc Mer Service and Market Wi-jir.rU RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. Binglo Copy .. ...:.. 2e For Week bv Carriot ...... :- 10c By Mail, peT year .-. $4.00 Btmi-Weeklv Mirror, ptr year $1.00 Both Phone No. 0 tr r ' " VEATHHir Rain tonight, cool er ini wmthaest portion". Sunday nhowors followed liy partly cloudy in tlio nftornoon, cooler in south prn ipoi-tfortri ' t 'J Spring can spring well as forward. backward as President Castro jas recovered Bufficiently to receive oval'ns. Abo Ilutrunel must now see tlio advantage, of hnv'big no reputation to siihtain. "With a wave of tlio imperial ton- ni racquet, President Roosevelt has ... . . olhcially opened the- spring season iieports ox ronsadernulo uoois m "Wall stree...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

nf!!vt7fVli W' -!rnj-" kir- ' Hit VlIB MAJt?ON DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1007. I'AClJB nv save r if A y vv 4 Fine Old Fashioned BEEF We always havo a supply of that old fashioned beef on hands and then wo can bHco it just to suit you on our sllcer;. Peoplo como from far and near to buy beef from ua You would too, if you know how good it is. Per lb HO cents sliced ni yon liko it. Robinson's Grocery Phones 39. 209 B. Center St. Agency lor Woods Boston Coif cos Teller Cured. A laily customer ot oura lintl suf fered with tetter for two or throe years. I,t go', bo ImkI on her hands that sho could not attend to hor tootiflehold duties One box ot Cham berlain's Salve cured her. Chamber lain's medicines p-avo splendid satis faction In this community. M. H. Hodney & Co., Almond, Ala". Chamberlain's medicines are for salo by all druggists. Terry's Grocery 138 N. STATE ST. Wo offer for Saturday, 1 gal can Apples 30c 1 gal. can Pumpkin 30c 1 gal. can Rhubarb 25c 1 gal. can Pio Peaches...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

N SrA'tofi & jWrtAAIWAAA,fcAiAAAAflJLil Edward 8tar "Spit-Ball" Pitcher of the vm "Big Frank" Bowerman a Veteran on the Diamond Much of Credit for Development of Christy Mathewson Due to Giants' Catcher. I A shining oxnmplo of the benefits of kmtdoor Ufa la Frank Ilowoiinun, base ball player In the good old summer tlmo and musurat hunter In tho winter time. At picsent Air. Itoworiiinn 1h covering himself with u mantle of glory and a hatting uerago of line texture. He may he been llrst basing or catching where er the Now York Giants piny. "Dig Frank" Is not bo old as men go, but in point of baseball sorvleu ho l a veteian. Stum 1U0 and fall, "plie noins" come and go, hut I lie Michigan farmer boba up every season, lie It) getting to be almost as much of n llx tliro as Geoigu Van Hultreil was. A lot of young "funs" used to think that Van Ilultren Invented baseball. Bowerman has done n long stretch In New York. He went tlioro fioin Pitts tnirg some seven or eight yeuis ago. The val...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

' THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JUNE f, 1007. PAGE SEVEIf Follow the ciowd to tho K. P. Minstrels at the Grand, June C. It FOUND J POUND A pocketbook cotitnlulUR sum or money aim receipts. xor further information call at this of fice. It Behind on Orders. "I suppose theie Is such a person as tho foolklllor," mused Undo Allen Sparks, "but he has either retired from business or he's hopelessly be hind on his 01 ders." Chicago Trib une r5Uni1ERlf5CH00l dMFklllJr " HL. v Ink ' r "V I Popular American Actress WIS jA i ilU v s ,f . sK $tw Who has been starring in London for several seasons ?nd who bade fare well to the stage recently. She Is shortly to marry Mr. Oscar Lewlsohn, the son of an American millionaire. FOY ON FLORICULTURE. Now In a Position to Lecture on the Orchid. Eddie Foy, who lias found another successful musical comedy vehicle In "Tho Orchid," Is not generally ac credited with a deop knowledge of horticulture or florlculturo and ho is haying great fun with thoso frie...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

r i Wrr, AOB EIGHT THIS MAMON DAILY SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1007. y I r ! KLEIN 50c A SUIT KNICKERBOCKER i TROUSERS, 'RUSSIAN OR BLOUSE ' WAIST. fSizcs 3 to 9 years. FIFTY CENTS buys a neat little Wash-Suit lof a blue fctriped woven cheviot, large sailor color neatly piped in white, white ducK shield, etc. The quantity is not very largo. Come this evening if possible. KLEINMAIERS TEMPERANCE WAVE Slowly Spreading Over the Buckeye - State. fThero aro more temperanco peo iIo than (thirsty cltlnons In Ohio, according to tho results ot recent lo cal option elections. Out of 12 Bcal The Uhler & Phillips Storo Linen Suitings This store is the only place in Marion that you can find an assortment of Linens for costumes. We show a large line qf costume linens in shades that are very scarce and very much wanted. 36 inch wide costume linens in three shades of blue, reseda green, nat ural and white. On Mon day at 25c 36 inch imported lin ens, in cadet blue, light blue, rcscla green, heli otrope, o...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

''J Ui a a 'iJ'V . -? ' f i PAGES I 9 TO 16 arion Daily SECTION TWO VOLUME XV. NO. 250. MARION. OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 1, 1907. PRICE TWO CENIS , r && THE M t i i ! f PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT'S ADDRESS BEFORE THE GRADUATES OF THE LANSING, MICHIGAN, AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. Before tho graduating clnwt nt Alio Agr'l.'iiltural college in Lansing Mich'-gn, Fesident I'OosovcH r-n-day afternoon deliveied tho billow ing address: ' "The fiftieth anniversary of tho founding of lhi college is an event of nntionnl Hignificuurc, for Michi gan wn tho first Sliito in tlio Union to foiuill I lus, tho first 'agricultural , cpllogo in Amoiien. Tlio nation id to 1m congratulated on the. furt tlint tlio Congicv nt Washington lias. refnon'tedly enact ed lawH designed to aid (lie miv cral .States , in oslnlilinhing and mnitnining ngrioiillnriil ami me chanical college. 1 greet all sue.li colleges', tliiongh thou lopiesouln lives wild Iiavn gathered heio today and, hid them Godspeed in the...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

- vy E tM r I . r M P v ft IX l if ..woiSfik s W. C. T. U. COLUMN Devoted to the Interest of Christian and Temper ance Work, Under the Supervision of Francis WillardW. C. T. U. and Directed by Mrs. Dr. Dugun,to Whom all Communications for this Colnmn Should be Sent. A bickod commltec from tlio MIjIo clnsse pf Foilnuler county, Vn., se- cured evidence In April sufficient to ntop the Hale of whlslicv In two licensed distilleries tliut were de bailclitnj? fhe ImyH. -Ohio Association Nowa for May. 1007. Sunday closing of all saloons, dnnco halls, iime courses, theatres, n,ittv,.tnn.rtiitTirlu ntlll 1llnriH flf fltnilHO- . went and business throughout Idaho will lie enfowed. benlnlnc on Sun day, May 12, In accordance with n law passed at the last session or tne fPH of (Wmor.ow, with the scenes legislature. The Christian Herald of where little children and weak wor.i 'May 29, 1007. I en suffer and are wronged. Consld- i r, i ni.ii w r- rr it I Tho Dresden (Ohio) A . C. T. U. A,M,t nn1nliK...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

"W"' ff' . THE MARION DAILY, MHttfott, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1907. PAGE ELEVEN IHBEUsS!! Union Station Time Card EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 190 HOW TO lit OUT A 1 The Dimensions Equipment Care of the Court - rrwifrvr"- '-viqp LAWN COURm t X ,.' CN TKNNIB Is ono of Uiu most attractive und healthful of ull summer sports, and It In not at all h difficult irinttor tu lay out a court. Many more people would learn to play he gume It they could bo rid of tho Idea an erroneous one that It In highly expensive und that the making of a court l a moHt dllllcult ltlutler. . If possible ono should not crowd a tennis court Into a spuet; too small to Rive gopd results-that Ih. In addition to the around required for tho actual HARRY- WAIDNER, GREAT CHICAGO TENNIS PLAYER WHO TITLE THIS YEAR. ,mmmmmmmmmmrnammmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmimmmimmtmammmmmmmmmmimmammmmmiammmmtmmmmmmimwmimmu F f t t iMmiF i j jrt wjti. ' j . ripyv i New Dramatic Stars Announced iKrom Our New Vorlt Driiinnt'.u Corro. Hpondent. THJ'3 air Is ful...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

r PAGE TWELVE .THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1007. 4 r h t K? n. Cold 11; xi... yv cauier i. .In April and May alvAiyo mean great "bargains In Juno and wo aro not excluded from Inaugurating a Bargain ocason during tho coming days. I Oomo and nco tin at D31 West Center Street nar Marion Manu facturing Company. DON'T THROW AWAY THAT GOWN Simply becauso it's faded or toiled a bit, we can dyo it or clean it so it will look liko a now ono all or any for a modest sum. Tho saving to you will pay for oth er now garments. Everything wcar ablo cleaned that will stand clean- Also loavo orders for PALMER'S TRANSFER. Johnston's Dye Works? 110 Soujth Prospect St. Open Monday, and Saturday even ing. Clean House When you will, you'll find a now picco of furnituro, a now rocker, a couch or a side board. No matter what it Is you will find It hero and at prices that will surprlso you for their lowncss Drop la and look over our stors.. WEST END FURNITURE STORE Bowman & Schoonbergor. I ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

1 & nsaes HAPPENINGS IN THE BASE BALL WORLD LIME BURNERS REST FRIDAY Tigers at Webb Park This Afternoon. sr. WIIHELM ON THE SlAB Burk will Work for Marion Sunday, Because of Injured Men a Shift ia the Local Line "up May Take Place Today, Ui HOW J?HE CLUBS STAND. W. L. Pet ,Youngstowii 1!) 5 Akron ...'J...,..'... 14 11 Newark .-. . v 1!3 11 Sharon 12 11 Marion .; 12 12 "i Now Custlo 11 13 Lancaster 11 14 Mansfield ! 18 .702 ,5G0 .522 .522 .500 .458 .440 .182 Ycsturday the LiUno Burners lind ti much needed rest and &pcnt tho afternoon faking a light workout under tho direction of Drumm and Flood. "Tbo buich displayed plenty of ginger and thoso of. the team who aro not laid up with injuries wo 'in tho best of condition. "Tihoo (jtitchoi-a aro about tho most peculiar persons I have ever come in, contact with", said Mana ger Drumm. "Every one of, ithem wants to -get. out in the field and tear aiound all tho time like a regular in ono of thoso positions. All of "them are rapidly r...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

K ll I. VftAQE rOTOTEEK 5 HIS FATHER'S LOVE LETTERS By ELLEN DOUGLAS DElAND. (Copyright, by Jotoph U Howies ) Thoy hnd often be mi In Blinllnr straits bcfoie, foi povcitj was an old ntOry to them, but to Phllippa mut ters had never seemed qui to as hope less ns they did that night. Phllippa Coxo was .10, beautiful, proud and Bclf contained, nnd Blip ported herself and her mother by her pen. Yet with n host of ft lends, slio was ningularly alone. Jack was In China, nnd thcro was no one In Uoslon to whom sho cared to coofesn their ox tromo poverty And now tonight had come n notl flcatlon from tho bank. She had over drawn her account. Sho longed for the power to wrlto a story that would compel attention, that would nil her empty purse for the piesent, at least, but her Imagination scorned to bo com pletely exhausted. Sho walked about tho mom holding her hands to her foiehead, ns though pressure on the head might possibly produce Ideas And then, suddenly, strangely, nn Idea r.as produce...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

It tfftfc gfiidftofe tftosiffllw'tf irk& MlSS&ft (fjT)., , ... i-y . T;ft,;-i.r . . AhfeuU mUh MMMMMl - -, - .i Jtv HtMn ' i Vw THORNS IN ?dO Q T 41VUiL p-1 NOtF-ALL PUN TO BE WEALTHY jWirh of Millions Condemned to Isolation in Life, Pursued by Selfish Greed, While After Death There Are Spit- fious Widows, Will Contests, and Half a Hun Jdred Other Kindred Ills. I iNflw ' York. TJIio embarrassment of Holies Is, of course, proverbial. To flay the burden of wealth Is probably Broater for tho possessora of great for tunes than ever before. A multi-millionaire IS a marked man. Ho Is de nied privacy even In tho most Intimato family relations, and ho Is constantly beset by armies of beggars and must bfc guarded llko any king. At his death hordes of claimants fight over his property, his memory Is bitterly attached and his character perhaps blasted by unscrupulous holm through long years of litigation. A Short time ago Mr. James Henry Smith, universally known as "Silent Smith," a ma...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 June 1907

V -. ' ., 2AQE; SIXTEEN , THE MARION DAILY. UlMom SATURDAY) JUNE 1, lDOTV''l ' ' At... - ."''fSTVE."-.: I U 1 ' if". ;', ' i. a it It: y;,.A .QVI & 'W J y .-... y y yx x vniv v k w uiinHB i ""i .ar ." .z - . . It. i ft"J"V X X V SJVYAL kN H -XXlUflk "Ik. 1 ' 00 . -? " mmV 1 aTKSFTTVr ' i mm 'i .- y . s x voy ."v.- -. m ri. 't j m .. ' f nir r -- , . - rm . .--. jv uvw -c ;. y..vwckv jw r...-i KmfatfJ-Wz'T - iMKuan.i vv w iavr-?--.-; o --.v , .)i.T-... . r jurxr I i iiiaij i it iV-gg v. .-T" (.xUs .. 5?! w yijs JUNE, THE MONTH OF BRIDES AND ROSES June, the Month of Big Bargains at McClain's This month we make special preparations for the bride everything in home outfits especially-artanged and priced; every idea in house furnishings to delight the newly married couple. . .. Jm fc . w. .nr &4 x PJ.' " JiHl m .,) W-t irSi nn 11 firat " LgJir The Key to ContontmentMcClain's Method Of Home Furnishing. Our contention is that this concern accomplishes more good in this community wi...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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