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

?'. f THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, .JUNE 5, 1007 PAGE FIVE " " ' ' ' I l I ' Mil- sad s; I !r. i' 1. '. -1 y i U-! Xt. J .", . V Moot us face to faco Wo will treat you RIGHT. Wtw Beatty & Ion 112 W. Center St. Quick Sales and Small Profit Shoemen. Sole Agents for Men's Asbestos Shop Shoes. A DELIGIITFUI, - LINEN SHOWER Miss Bertha Probst Enter tains Mary Friends. Miss Emma Cull was the Guest in Whose Honor the Event was Given. Honoring Ms Emma Cull, whoso engagement to Mr. John i'rohst van recently announced, Miss Ucr llia Probst entertained after a de lightful fashion a company of gue.vtfj numbering about ifii'ty, at her pleasant homo on North Slate strcot yesterday evening. Miss Probst rocoi'ved hor guests at 8 o'clock. Tho reception and dining a-oonn wero tnsloftdly dec orated ih dogwood nml snowballs, tho color scliemo of green and white prevailing. Tho occasion was u linen shower and the prospudivo brido wan tho lecirnent of many lino pie ce of the fabric. Tho early ...

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. — 5 June 1907

1 rs l- i w m if ii V fe '& art -' tlnion Station Time Card r ' EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1807. NORTH BOUND. No. 81 ;T:0C ) an No. 83 1?:2C atn No ilB 4'2( Pra Ho. 37 10:RO J"0 No. 39 10 m BOUTH 130UND. No. 10 B:B0 am No. 88 7:20 am No 32 1025 am No. 8t 1:35 pm No. 30 7:16 pin Dally. No. 38 start from Mario. No. 39. stops at Marion. No. 39 will lw Coluuibus al I m & Sundays. ERIE i LROflE? No. 10, Chautauqua Kx ,.12: am No. 8, New York Er C:32 am o, 12 8:R0 am No. 4, Vestlbulo Limited... .0:33 pm ' No. 10 Accommodation 12:GG pm No. 22 arrives 5:10 pm O. & B. DIVISION. No. 9, Chicago Express 12:B5 am No. 3, Vestlbnled Limited. . 10:34 am No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:45 pm No. 7, Pacific Express 11:10 pm """ BOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1: IS am FRo. 3, Vestllmled Limited.. 10: 39 am No. 11 1:45 pm Dally, b Dally rcent Sunday. How York Central Lines DIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. IB 6:40 am No. 19 9.C2 am No. 29 2:00 pm No. 5 4:32 pm No. 43 7:30 pm Local 11:46 am ...

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. — 5 June 1907

f jfm THE MARION DAILY -MIRROR', WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1907. tXOE'BEVErT, OFFICERS NO TIME IS LOST MOVING AND TRANSFER. SPRAY By Byron Williams. Jiigure I PADDOCK ARE ELECTED i fiKnUAnlHWltTi' U ij.ii wmw um ym m nDQDDDDd ULOJ r mzm lip yig .'-v ) 1 Beer is good for you It's made from Barley Malt a nutritious, strength-building grain v and Hops a medicinal plant. .T Ehrenpreis is thebestbeer because It's brewed at just the right temperature aged cold gives it that delicious taste contains only V per cent alcohol "just the right amount," doctor? say. 2?ailroab Hotes micro lias been but vorj Jlttlo mmtgrent ittafflc through tho city, oyer Uip linos of t,ho Erlo, during tho pail several days. Usually at this tine of thi year thcro arc sov cral train loads a week, but tho strike- ot the steamship lines across tho wbI'Vi und tho troublo -with tho fong8hH! emen at New Yor'c city has greatly drlayed this Immigrant trav el and It will bo sovcral days bo fore It will pick up. Tust t-t tho prese...

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. — 5 June 1907

( . JpAGE EIGHT THE MARION DAILY MIRROit.&WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1 I III I I H I M I. I Ml 1007 l t;J uTO7 Here's The coat is a long lapel shaped back, no vents, quarter lined. The trousers have wide turn-ups, side buckles and belt loops. The material is the popular tropical worsted in the stylish shades of gray. The make is one of Rochester's. Beyond a doubt this is one of the best values in outing suits to be shown this season. Ikleinmaiers Have you secured your ticket? K. P. Miustrcls nt tho Grand to night. It MEN'S WORKING CLOTHES Can bo bought at this Btoro for lesa. Good heavy over alls with bib; plain blue and star stripe; 65c AQn quality at 4uG Black Sateen Shirts; ex tra good 75c quality; rft special DUC Shop Caps I UC THE Dennian-Jenner Co. I WESr CENTER 8THEET. J m UHLER & PHILLIPS. Special Prices Silks On Sale Tomorrow Yard wide Black Taf feta Silk, real Italian fin ish and $1.50 quality at $1. 0.0. White Washable Jap Silk, 36 inches wide on account of great width th...

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. — 6 June 1907

1 1 i vr .., . , 'rt , v jf T r " , -rrr'f- 1 m g 1 rlE. ARION Dait y M kJ, - i t i 1 aK Jf 7 VOLUME XV. NO. 254 . WCHARD '"W 'S If What He has Already Told on the Witness Stand be True He is the Greatest Murderer and General Outlaw Who Ever Escaped the Gallows. According to His Own Story He has Killed Sixty Men for Hlre-Those Who are Familiar with Facts and Acquaint ed with Criminals and the Methods They Pursue are not Inclined to believe His Story Many Persons Hear the .Story as it is Told to the Brazenness of the Hardened Boise, Idaho, Juno ((.-"That man is pluy.ng the game of his ca ll or villi tm stake his own life," declared n noted criminal lawyer toihiyt' ' IhVJiM' listened to Harry Orchard or lloistloy, through the long hours of Wednesday- uiul today, recito the .story oi IiU rtimea winch, if true, J.nint him the most unprincipled murderer tli.u over evaded a uooso, nnd wns impressed. .Everyone who listens to this palo-diced, well groomed witness ns he haltingly re cites th...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 6 June 1907

a pAABtrtr '" efc i Uitumiim MMmMmMmM CONFESSION . Of a Series of Crimes Is Made in Court by W i-'Hp t""t''.u. 'i. .1 HARY orchid. the Prosecution's Star Witness in the Haywood Trial Tells a Story that Sickens His Hearers. Bolae, Idaho, June t. Alffd Hora ley, alias Hairy Orchard, the actual as tliBsln of Frank Steununberg, went on the stand Wednesday ak a witness against William D. Haywood and mude public confession of a long chain or brutal, revolting crimes, committed, he said, at the Inspiration and for the bay of the leaders of the Western Federation of Minors. An undertaking by the prosecutors for Uiu stute, that they would by later proof and connection make his testi mony legitimise, opened the way like a floodgate to the whole diabolical story, and throughout the entire day Orchard went on from crime recital to crliuo recital, each succeeding one seemingly more revolting than tba 0110 that preceded. Orchard confessed that as a mem ber of tho mob that wrecked the Hunker Hill ...

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. — 6 June 1907

A, " ' c if 9 THE JJARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, JUNE 0, 1907. JPAGE THREE, ' u y lie v S5w When dolus up or particular nieces of nuv kind, von need have no tear ot poor results, Vise the genuine KBNGSFORD'S U t Sllvev tfJU tthe 6na sfsrch to every niece everv time lmlfn century. Impart n pliable, whlte-aa-snow flnlili, and Is without Unit harsh brilliant lustre so ofTensUe to good to jte . itaji et and quickest to apply; most economical i dl solves I tutntitlyi yr " ' BEST rOII ALT. KINTIQ np KTABmiMd. 'i)'K For nuiilmt ball aadlrct ltd. For llM tarchlac eanalsd raid nater starch, reaulrlag ootljof. Naue for over All m&xs - &S&!i!M!' FAMILY THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Commencing Monday Matlnco JUNE 3rd. RAY OGDEN & CO. Dramatic Sketch. MISS ADELYN. SlngingandDancing. MORELAND & LEIGIl" Black Face Comedians THE MAITINEZ Novelty Musical Act. E". P. lib WE Tenor, Illustrated, Song. MUSIO BY ORCHESTRA Powers' Gaincograph, us ing our own pictures "Elec- tric Belt" Canada....

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 6 June 1907

PAGE FOUR THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, JUKE 6 1007 . a h'V M ' ' V, H : ; 4' THE Daily Mirror. 9. BUUOBSS" ....Bnsinewi Manner Ik. C. HOLLAND Editor F. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor IAJDVEUTISINO RATES FURNISH K!) ON Al'l'LICATJON. Thw pnet receive ttw Berippt fttcUne Telegraphic News Servics' nd Market Report. CTTATtffnttK pescittPTtoNM. m Ding:o jopy . . . ....i.iin ., For Week by Carrion ..:: '10e By Mitil, per year m $4,90 Band-Weekly Mirror, pr year $1.00 .. Both I'hopei No. 0 . '" WBATHEU-l-'or Ohio: l-'ntr and showers. !: nier ton ejil. Friday 8F; AT V Two dins have missed since an American nrticss was married in fci ouropc. 2 Tho tax levy Joes not seem to $avo bothorinl the councslmcn very I )uuch until a low iUys ago. Using aisriiiic for baking ponder gjb poor poircy. It always takes tno "fcrpan wlio WJo rise. lio eats tho cake a Jong time jis Harry Oivhard promises to be as treat a drawing card in tho'llay- ?ood trial as Eclvn was .in the 'W Thaw trial. . Secretary Tuck...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 6 June 1907

.,- ft ; THE MARION DAILY MIRROK, THURSDAY, JUNE 0. 1907. r ' .... ' 'ii"iuyg page riva to jr ' ' i i 1 1 f'K FITZGERALD : NOT GUILTY Kltzcrpcruld's Insanity. This was dona ThiipjCay. .Fltzperald's trial continued until 1 o'ekrk, Wednesday afternoon, when tho cate wont to tho Jury. Beforo tho trial started Utco physicians crfamln od tlrj prisoner in regard to his In- Tin potitlon filed Jn tho court of common ploas, Wednesday, by tho Columbus, Marlon & Ducyrus Railway company,, asking for permission to build Its tracks at tho grado of thd countri highways, was angucd lwforo Judg Young, Wednesday afternoon, MAYOR IS IN EARNEST Base Ball Suits For Boys Suit, Belt and Cap $1.00 I A very nobby line Children's Wash Suits at HUGHS & C LEAKY MAIN AND CENTER STREETS. ' id i kw mif fflim jj taanltv, ami poi mission was given for laying FltzRCrald -was charged with placing two bifcks and a pleco of timber on tho North State street track about 8: JG q'ckcIc on ho might of April 11. tho ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 6 June 1907

'I. M f !? page m Union Station Time Card r , , , " KPFECTIVE JAN. 1. 1907 NORTli BOUND. NO. 81 - " No. 33 10:25 am No 35 4:2U P No. 37 10:G0 pm No. 39 6:10 -m SOUTH BOUND. No. 80 &-B0 m No. 38 ?:2 m No 32 10:25 oro No. 34 1;35 Pm No. 36 ' Pm Dally. No. 38 starts from Mario. No. 30. stops at Marlon. No. 39 -will Havo Columbus at I pm on Sundays. ERIE wimtMP No. 10. Chauta-ug.ua Ex ..12:46 am No. 8, Now York Ex 5:32 am No. 12 8:50 aw No. 4, Vestibule Limited.... 6:33 pm No. 16 Accommodation 12:55 pm No. 22 arrives 5:10 pm O. & E. DIVISION. No. 3, Chicago Express 12:55 am No. 3, Vostlbuled Limited.. 10:34 am No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:45 pm No. 7, Pacific Express 11:10 pm ' SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am r:vo. 3, Vcetlbuled Limited.. 10: 39 am No. 11 3:45 pm Dally, b Dally except Sunday. Mew York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. 15 6:40 am No. 19 9:52 am No. 29 .'....... 2:00 pm No. 5 4:32 pm No. 43 7:30 pm Local 11:45 am EAST BOUND. NOi 36...

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. — 6 June 1907

t U4r IV f f U .,i)ii v.- .V'.tr 4.. v jscrfst.ve.'jitf f 1C" , - . 1 ( v i'nfesdLUrf iON NO. 37. Declaring It fttceXury lo Irnpmvo tho first alloy treat of Prospect Street from thb Iwfili right of .way of the Erto R..H. nSkh (o th6 first alley south of Sil ver S reel; thence cast In said alley toeonhect with sanitary wwer In PtdSbect Street to construct a san itary sewer and collar drain with fdsjjpssary catrh'baftltiB, with laterals Jothe cilr.b lino, ami of a miltahlo flfte, (.'etmntnlng tlio goncral nature of) ho iproilOHftd,. jniprov.ernenit, tho fmn thereof and approving plans, AMcificaUonH n$l, profiles therefor. flP Wflfeillfflfl're3hiMj- ot ilia JHy orMrlon, SKte of Ohio, Jhjeft'fctirth ot nil tho members cioct. ed' therein ronrnrHnjr. -A. t'hnli It Ih hereby declared nctev essary to improve the first nllpy wont tiPrnspect sheet from the north Hfcht of way of (ho Erlo It. It. north (o"lhn first nllpy south of Silver gfcl, tlicnco east in said alloy to connect with sanitary ...

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. — 6 June 1907

8gM'tKigiwgrjCr-?'vVW'M't',M'.';'tT waii'ito..-.. -- tw1----" TTTJT?j'W'5' "V . 0 ) PAGE EIGHT THE MARION DAILY. MmitOIt, THURSDAY, JUNE 0, 1007. f.v I 'f, I i. III. ULEINMAIER5 ONE DOLLAR, ONE FIFTY OR TWO DOLLARS Will dress the boy in a natty little wash suit of the celebrated " R E GATTA" matte. It's the one malle of wash suit that has real fit and style. The ex clusive designs and com binations and guaran teed colors do not add one cent to tho cost. If you want Wash Suit satisfaction buy the "REGATTA" malie. KLEINMAIERS FOR FRIDAY AND SATUR DAYSPECIAL LOW PRICES White Shirt Waists Black Panama Skirts Muslin Underwear Parasols for ladies and children at 'Reduced Prices. THE Denman-Jenner Co. WESr CENTER STREET. ART POST CARDS SUCCESSFUL PERFORMANCE Pythian Minstrels Scores ' Big Hit, LARGE AUDIENCE GREETS Members of Marion Lodge No. 402, K. of P. Fifteen More Views in Marion and Marion County. C. 0. Wiant, has Just received an other largo consignment of art post cards from the ni...

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. — 7 June 1907

f v 7 The Marion Daily Mirror VOLUME XV. NO. 255 MARION. OHIO, U'lUDAY EVENINGr. JUNE 7, 1907. PBIOE TWO OBNTB H ? r W y . lt I s f i l! m THOUSANDS KILLED CYCLONE AND TIDAL WAVE Kurrachee, a City oi 120,000 Population Situated on the Arabian Sea is Completely Destroyed and Surrounding Country is Laid Waste. Tidal Wave Follows the Cyclone and Every Building in the Great City is Either Destroyed or Rendered Unsafe Surviving Residents are Panic Stricken and Suffering is Sure to Follow Details of the Disaster are Lacking but Enough to Startle the World is Known. Bombay, ilndla, Juno 7. Kurrachee, a city of 120,000 population, situated on th Araolan eca was swept by a disastrous cyclone. Thousands of lives aro Uljovod to have been lost. Al. tho'i,'i the details are lacking, lt Is -reported that practically every house In t'i tetty Was destroyed and many pcnxiii'3 mlro iroportcd drowned. A tidal wavo 1b reported to have accom panM tho cyclone, mvecplng far In land over tho. low lying lan...

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. — 7 June 1907

m IVl M. IE?- ). T-AGE TWO 1 8 MURDERS Afc Confessed by Orch ard' jii His Testimony, w HE IS A BIGAMIST. He Tells of the Assassination of Steunenberg and of Attempts to Hill Other Prominent Men. ( . 1 Boise, Idaho, Juno 7. -Harry Ordi nal, crowned his admission of grao crimes Thursday when, continuing his cafe against William D. Haywood, ho made a confession uf the murder or Frank Steunenborg by an luforiial ma chlttc that directly opens the waj for hlsi own conviction and execution for tho offense. Ho sworo that the as sassination of Steunenberg was llrst suggested by Haywood, was plotted b Haywood, Moyer, Pettlbono and him self, was (Inanced by Haywood and was executed by himself, after the fal uro of an attempt In which Jack Simp kins had participated. Orchard lifted the total of his own murdered victims to IS. detailed tho clrqumstances nnder which he tried to murder oxOov. Peabody, Judgo God dard, Judge Gabbcrt, Uen. Sherman Bell, Dave Moffatt and Frank Hearne. Incidentally he ...

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. — 7 June 1907

vrv. nvT S"r r. J kv ; Stmtmmmtmtmmmmsmm - mm Bufi.iyijl VMWMlteatl4ffcV-4iu -,- Get your five "senaed" to ether, then all aboard'fdr the grocer's for T fK! oaAfl j bj.ll OH bii ) itcithe ginger snap that has broken all records. 10 & fc fcPr: rUTIOHAl 5i$CUIT COMPANY llADinil FAMILY MAKlUN THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK boraniehcing 'Monday Matinoo JUNE 3rd. BAY OODEN & 00. Dramatic Sketch. MISS ADELYN Singing andDancing. MORELAND &" LEIGH Black Faco Comedians 7'HE MAITINEZ Novelty Musical Act. E. P. BO WE Tenor, Illustrated Song. MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA Powers' Oameograph, us ing our own pictures "Elec tric Belt" Canada. A Wc of dinner dishes will ho givein away at Thurs day's matinco to lady holding lucky number. Tickets will be given out at Monday and Tuesday and Thursday mati nees. I Two Shows Niflhtly, 7:30-9:00 TICKETS lOo AND 20o. Carr's Trade Letter WeeHy review or Oratn Trado conditions whUh are shaping prices, piopared oxp.'essly for tho Mirror ly (hi Parmer Coimnls&ion ...

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. — 7 June 1907

"PAGE FOUR THE MARION DAILY MIRROR', ' FR1D AY, JUNE 7, 1907., f tSZ K H it THE k Daily Mirror. IfrBUHGESS ....Buslnowi Mancr Uu C. HOLLAND Editor F.,M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FURNISH. EI) ON APPLICATION " rm n 'ItThia paper receive tb Bcripps McRae Telegraphic Tjw Berviea imd Market Reports. ' Urates' "ok siijscriptionb.- Binglo Copy . . . . . .... ..........v.. So for Week by Curries . ..i........ lOo By Mail, per year ... $4.00 Bmi-Wcrklv Mirror, pr year $1.00 Both Phone ...wr No. 0 VKTIIKll Hn.ii tonight, Batur. day siuwws. A Wnnsejn man was recently killed by a train. "Wnimconl Juno 7th, anl we liavo had, all told, about thirty minutes of sum mer. , J It did not snow the next day. but i$ felt very much as though it might. Secretary '.l.U'c vonld like to say to Senator Kimjc. "Now look what you went and dorcl" Dispatchej stato that melons will ebon bo in 'j market. "Well, wouldn't tint gio you a pain? i Unclo Sam and Japan are about to go to war fir the second...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 7 June 1907

vvvf' nM v frvf if npB7' " t V -T TJf '" T I r k f rv - 1 w X Ul RTfiSrS. I VjfiM ". 9 Clothcraft jjMaaRBaia . vy.j&Hsa f 4ffiTCiW3 - T nn "V-fl ,1 l 1 I J! ,'.1Tft.T Ul M ' I" raw a,Hrv UUjw va Jp- wS 'f ill Everyone tint! everything la distinguished by cer tain features which separate them from others of the same class. Alen arc known by their habits and achievements, merchandise by its qualities. Cloth craft Clothes ure distinguished by features of marked excellence. Examine a Clothcraft suit closely. Look at the close clinging collar; the broad, well tailored shoulders and the shapely back. Note how intelligently the Clothcraft tailors have mastered these points and how well the garment fits und holds its shape. This Is tailoring. Look as closely at the fabric. You will find it all wool, thoroughly shrunk by the special Clothcraft process. This is quality. These features of excellence and others which are discovered witli daily wear have made the name Clothcraft famous among...

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. — 7 June 1907

Union Station Time Card KPFEOTIVH JAN. 1, HOT. NORTH HOUND. Ko. 1 No. 83 l06 am No 35 4i2 Pm No. 37 10!f Pm No. 89 !l0a BOUTH BOUND, 'Ko. JO :M m No. 38 7:20 RTn No 32 10:2B xra No, 34 l!3C "" No. 36 :lt Pm Dally. No. 38 start from Mario. No. 39. Btops at Marioa. No. 39 will lw Columbus fct tn fa Bundajn- ERIE R"Mp No. 10, Chautauqua Ex . .12:46 m No. 8, New York Kx C:32 am No. 12 8: CO am No. i, Vestibule Limited... .0:33 pin No. 10 Accommodation 12:CG pm No. 22 arrives C:10 pm C. & K. DIVISION. .. . No 0, Chicago Kxprcss..... 12615 am No. 3, Veatlbuled Llinited.. 10:34 am No. 21 7:00 am Ko. 11 .., 3:45 pm No. 7, Pacific Express 11:10 pm 7" SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9. Clnclunatl Kxpreea...l:lC am mo. 3, Vcstlbuled Limited.. 10:39 am No. 11 8:45 pm Dally, s Dally sxcent Sunday. lew York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. IE 6:i9 m No. 19 9:Ii2 am No. 29 2:00 pm No. C 4:32 pm No. 43 7:30 pm Local 11:4C am EAST BOUND. No. SS 10:48 am No. 4C 12:17 pm No. 10 5:27 pm No. 1...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 7 June 1907

r ? nv THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, IRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1C07. TAPE SEVEN, j TRIUMPH OF MAGNETISM I a ireiHber of tho club. Tho mem bers ot the club went to Dclawnro jfBterdny nttcrnoon and returned this morn'jr.g. Tho guests of Misa Crltchct wcro ailssc iKthel aCirausc; Mljldrod Leffier, Pearl Choncy, Mabel Anthony Selm. and Mctn Marx, Gertrude Craig nnd Mrs. Donald Hamilton. AT BALTUFF'S STORE. TO LOAN. TO LOAN Munev -In sums of $30 to $1000. S. K. Hauhauscr. C-l-tf digure pp moving: and transfer. t r I LOCAL I I EVENTS J ' C Up y IX CAUSPS, THREE TUMORS TO DISAPPEAR' ASIF BY MAGIC Theiargcst and Most Unsightly Goitre in Marlon Entirely Ab. sorbed by the Boy Phenomenon. Who Alto Cured the Same Lady of Aggravated Case of Stomach Trouble, and Ncrvouo Dyspepsia. Md. It f either evidence ot the usloulbh lng stccess of the Boy Phenomenon In curing thoso who have tried all xthor nwt(hods wiltklout relief , was ivantlP&, dt has certainly been fur. nlohcd In abundance the paBt two weeks for ha...

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. — 7 June 1907

$ I i 8f EAOE piona i Hf THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, riMDAY, JUNE 7, 1007. J I i t rj k KLEINMAIERS FOR TOMORROW J nof Jhe,r? Sale of Children's Wash Suits at SOC Suit Either Russian or Sailor blouse knickcr bockcr trousers large sailor collars, etc. The material is a blue striped woven cheviot with white duck shield. SIZES 2 1-2 TO 9 YEARS Klclnmaiers UHLER & PHILLIPS. I Hosiery and Under-1 wear Dept. I Saturday Specials Ladies' split foot Back ings, 15c quality, Saturday at 10c. Ohildrcn'3 ribbed hosiery, double kneo and doublo heel and too; a 19c Quality, at 2 pairs for 25c.: . ,4.i Men's black socks in 15c quality at 10c. Ladies' low neck and sleeve less lisle Vflsts, 2 for 25c. A ot of jersey ribbed cor set covers in a 50c quality, tp close at 23c. Men's oalbriggan under wear, shirts and drawers, from 31 to 46 on Saturday at 25c. UHLER & PHILLIPS GLOVE SPECIALS Long silk tflovcs worth $1 .75, tomorrow .at Long silk gloves worth $2.00, tomorrow at Long sfik gloves worth $22...

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