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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 January 1907

fst t mTTfT fe u 1 V. T1IL WA1U0N DAILY MnUUJll, 'IbxJbDAY, Jan. 'U, 1007. PAGxi HVli , i .ty yttfj -'f r T C V K ' i j - .V 'I ;l - STRELITZ'S g SSSL DISCOUNT SALE It makes an $e8.oo Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suit or Overcoat for $13.50. Same True of Spelllnn,. When 1 was In England, before tlio "cntonto cordlnlo," 1 discussed tlio metric Bystem with nn Englishman. The English system of weights and measures, ho admitted, was complex, but ho said It was precisely becanso of Its Innumerable- difficulties that It constituted a marvelous Instrument for making supplo the young brains which filled the English schools. M. Chimin In LoTournnl of Paris. P5or Economy. Some fellow's Idea of a good time Is to pay a ten-dollar fine for CO cents worth of fun. Koreans Lovers of Flowers. Tho Koreans aro great lovers ol flowers, though comparatively fow have tho means to Indulgo this tasto, Age Not Necessarily Dotage. Tlio folly of old ago which Is called dotage Is peculiar to silly old men, not 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. — 22 January 1907

p?V'l-'V"1' lJ "TV TtJB ': TSRV V'il'-'!WLli ? ,, : wzazsms&a h , ' . v. I . Mj $ 'r" ' ,". y.f- ,PAOV. !. t ? " v- Ws., f ' U'iA l $ tlition Station Time Card jann.M INFECTIVE .IAN. 1, 1007. NOHTII HOUND. No, r,l k 7.00 am Np. f).1 , 10:2." am NO S.r.. 4:20 pin NO.'.T7 10:f.O pm Ka. n fi:to I" SOUTH HOUND. No. no v.... G:T.O nm No. a 7:20 nm No 32 10:25 am 'No. 31 l:8r I'm No. 30 71.r. Im naiiy. "No. 38 stnrl.n from Marion. No. 3!). ntopn at Marlon. No. 3!) will leave Columbus at 0 pm on Sundays. TR1F RAllROAP' No. -10( riliaulaiin.ua Kx ..12:1.' am No. 8, Now York Rx 5:32 am No. , Vcstllmlo Limited.... (!:nn pm No. Hi Accommodation 12:55 pm eNo. 22 arrives 5:10 pm O. & R. DIVISION. No. f), Chicago Rxpro.n 12:55 am No. 3, Vestlhulod Limited.. 10:31 am bNo. 21 7:00 am No. 11 ., 3:15 pm No. 7( Pacific Express 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. f). Oliielniiuil Express... 1:15 am No. 3. Vestlbuled Limited.. 10:30 am No. 11 3:15 pm Dally. Dally except Sunday. New York Central L...

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. — 22 January 1907

V ' ' If. . I- & THE MARION DAILY MIMIC, TUUBDAY, Jan. 22, 1907. t WM." ut'v.-iy m he. r (, O (SomttulBorji Arbitration a jStttttttt to (Kfremiteri. Uabor . By ARTHUR M. WATSON, Secretary Cirpenters' District Council. Boston. ERTAIN" organizations of c ful in their efforts lo discredit labor organizations, to cUrtnil their power, and to nullify their efforts to tecum belter condi tions for the toiling masses; who have failed in their campaign of constant litigation and persecution in the courts to disrupt one singlo international union, arc now seeking to create a sen timent in favor of compulsory arbitration. Our rights as labor unions proceed from our rights as indi viduals, and we contend that our legal rights to act collectively should go as far as our individual rights. Confronted as we arc to-day by immigration unprecedented in history, and by the constant army of unemployed, we realize that it is folly for individuals to make terms with the great corporations who conduct ...

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. — 22 January 1907

f THE MARION DAILY MlttUOIl, TUESDAY, Jan, 22, 1007. M I-ACHi EIGHT !'- if, . U f Do Yon Know That today winter is but one-third .past? That the two-thirds yet to come are the coldest days of the year? That in this climate a warm win ter Overcoat can be worn with comfort al most every clay of the three spring months? I'TJio revival ervVes at Hie I nit ed I'.rctliien rliuivh which li:uc li.ecii 111 uri-ioii for I he past two ioeks ntc -I'l'iiiinly ;;r"j.in;,r in power mid intercut. Tin putor, Jtev. -Mr, Reed is jm-iitly eni'oura;,' I'll uiul skitcx that thf meeting will In- continued lnilefin'nelv. Wev. fc 15. Klrtcher (it I'Vto'ria will occupy tlio plupit iMicli night thw week . ' Underwear To know whero to get the best underwear is quite of ten an interesting problem. But! Havo you tried ours? Underwear that has always given the best satisfaction? Give us a test, cspceiallyl now when you can get it at reduced prices, for instance: A regular 2Gc quality, phnts and vests to go at . ....

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. — 23 January 1907

! y-rr T Vs P '! W 'H ,W The Marion Daily Mirror, y ft f n VOLUME XV. NO. 145. MAIUON, OHIO. WEDNESDAY BVBSNIN"0. 'JANUARY 23, 1907 PRICE TWO CENTS fctf n;f?JrSrr77iv7 Y ( - "t v . V Y' W. ptt IL r SENATOR BAILEY ELECTED DESPITE THE OPPOSITION He had Votes to Spare When the Texas Legislature was Through Balloting Senator Tillman is Also Returned. New Jersey Legislators are Deadlocked, Senator Drydon Within Six Votes of Enough to Elect Him-Oregon, Ala bama, West Virginia, Minnesota, Kansas, Wyoming and Illinois Elect Senators -Cullom is Returned From Illinois Alter Having Served Contmously Since 1883. Austin, Texas, .Tun. 23. -United States Senator Joseph W. Bailey was ycslcrday elected United States fcouator from this tato by u vote, In the two branches of the legislature of 108, to 45. In the state senate tliu vote was 10 In favor of Sonntor4j)y Halley and 10 against him and In the lower lionso Senator Halley received fcO volca and .tr were cist ngalnat him. Titu ttu In opposition ...

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. — 23 January 1907

V ' .) i ' !. k iT fcl rn 4 i ( Vv W W- WX V m i PAGE TWO THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23, 1007. ni w y $ 'jf' i?' ?a & w 'O -,! 4 ,tf" ?, EASY MONEY LComes to Railroaders by '; . a Holdup Game. , STARTLING STORY fit t Is Told by Lumbermen at Seattle '' During the Investigation of th e '1 Alleged Car Shortage. (. Seattle, Wash., .Inn. 23. Kvldcnco JpdlcatliiK Hint lumbermen Imve been 'paylnp niouey to railroad omployos to havo cars "spotted" on tholr trackB was Introduced by Inter-state Com merce Commissioner Lauo nt tho hearing Tuenday In tho car shortngo question. Charles E. PntterBon, an official of sovcial lumber companies, said that (hero was apparent discrimi nation In the distribution of cars among tho mills at Tncoma. "How do you account for this dis crimination?" asked Commissioner Lane. "Only that somebody was buying cars," replied tho witness. "Tho prlco runs from 3 to $10 a car. Some weeks ago the superintend ent of our mill nt Tacoma saw a largo car bein...

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. — 23 January 1907

Jy 'Ct"l P jT. , ',' l ' it . ; V ;'- I " v 'V U4Jl' ' L' ". r V f lh,t l lT l'' i' 4WIMMHHWHMMIIMMMHMHIMI flr-v.": ".x; s: iiMft .j 4 Sw - Eat More of the most nutritious of flour foods Unteda Biscuit the only perfect soda cracker. Then you will be able to t Earn More because a veli-nourished body has greater productive capacity. Thus you will also be able .to ave More because for value received there is no food so economical a3 ttooda Biscuit . In a dust tight. moisture NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY MBsssxmgssmsmmsi GRAND 0P&RA HOUSE TUESDAY, JAgiifflRV 29 "CYCLONIO SUCCESS SOUTH AND NORTH." "THE CLANSMAN'S" REMARKABLE HISTORY" A million and a half people have scon tlic play. A million and a half pcoplo were turned away. Box Office records shattered in overy part of the country. 1'ivo distinct and successful ongajjoincnU in New York. An all'Summcr run in Chicago. Record-breaking visits lo every principal city in tin United SWtcs. ' The Clansman BY THOMAS DIXON, JR. From Hi.-l Two F...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 23 January 1907

t UJ f m m ,!" TMtTOTTi ,MMahMMM THE MAUION DAILY MlllHOR, WUDNJBSDAY, JAN. 23, 1907. i zr " t k? rt hn ir? i Hi i i ip h i E ' i THE Daily Mirror. 'J. BUEGESS ....Businesa Manager A. C. HOLLAND Editor P. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor 'ADVERTISING RATES FURNISH ED ON APPLICATION. This paper receives the Scripps McRae Telegraphic News Scrvico and Markot Reports. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTIONS. Singlo Copy 2c For Week by Carrier 10c By Mail, per year $4.00 Semi-Weokly Mirror, per year $1.00 r 7m it Both Phones No. 9 WEATHER-Snow tonight, not so cold an western Krtion, Thurs day snow and wanner. i It is time now for coal to be advanced fifty cents on the ton. .The miners and operators promise to have a fight over tho wage scale in tho next national convention. The "Jingoes" ate so busily en gaged now in reading of railroad wreckW, earthquakes, disasters at sea, volcanic eruptions, tidal waves famines and blizzards, that they have no time for raising a cry of a war between the United States and Ja...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 23 January 1907

?nnTVl?r?prT' 1' F1W , a, ?' '( ( I fc M'L- &-' ?) A '.i 'Wi fe IBM" .? 0 K3 - tef' - ft : to. r Pii mu.- mi . w pAKSONMtTfcRpf vJgoTMt?-J 1-vrer A AL. AKERMAN IS DEFEATED In Straight Falls by Fred Bartl. VERY EXCITING CONTEST Witnessed by One of Largest Crowds of the Year. The Announcement of Bartl 's Fail ure to Make Required Weight is Greeted by Prolonged Hissing Tho Grand Opera IIo,uso was well filled last night when Fred Barll of this city and Al Aker'nian of Lima met on the mat. The outcsl was a good ono and was won by the Marion mar. in straight falls, tho first being scoured after one hour fivo minutes and twenty sec onds; tho second after twenty-two minutes oil fast, clever work. Just beforo Alio men stepped onto tho mat, Manager .Finley slated that Bartl bad not mado tho rc onired 1'1." pound weight and as a result tho men would not .moot for t'ic welterweight championship of the world. Tho announcement was received, by hisses and cries of fake! Finloy came back with 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. — 23 January 1907

Tf- o ' "A - ,'. n fit o ti if i -.' 'r 5 4 4 Is f j':t; M' W fAou Sir. faihon Station 1 Time Card i, IHWW I IHM ! ' - 1 EFFECTIVE .IAN. 1, 1007. vwyrr,',v NOItTH HOUND. ,, 7 00 am , 10:21. am No. m o. 33 No 35 -:20 pm ?Mo. .Tf lO'&O pm Vn. nD ... (5 10 nm v SOUTH HOtT.Nl). No. !No. 30 MS C r.O am , 7.20 am 10:25 nm . 1:35 pm No 33 . No. 34 No. 3(5 715 pm 'Dally. 'No. 38 starts from Marlon. No. 30. stops at Marlon. No. ,1ft will loavo Columbus at C pm on Sundays. No. 10, Chautauqua K ..12:15 .am No. 8, New York Ex 5-32 am No. 4, Vestlbulo Limited.... . IS pm No. 1C Accommodation 12:55 pm bNo. 22 arrives 5:10 pm C. & 13. DIVISION. No. 0, Chicago I3xprcs 12:55 am No. 3, Vestlbulod Limited.. 10:31 nm sNo. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:15 pm No. 7, Pacific Hxpros'i 11.10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am No. 3, Vestlbulod Limited.. 10:311 am No. It 3-15 pm Dally, s Dally except Sunday. New York Central lines i BIG FOUR ROUTE J WFST HOUND. No. 15 RIO am No. lit ...

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. — 23 January 1907

, ' (r""i Vr" y ,--t?ii fjf - t V," ' ' 4 V r i t: W '" '' -'---W x k H TO1 BBSS" ' ' I i . . . Lltv.yiCOiP tWTWT CWCH , KIMGS HIGHWAY. ODD GIF! TO CHURCH IfcT, LOUIS MAN BUILDING $40,000 TOWER. h Decorative Shaft Copied From tho Campanile at Venice To Be Made the Most Beautiful In the West. St. Louis. One ot tho most remark bio features of St. Louis will soon bo( 'J-.ua a tower," an enormous structure which a citizen Is erecting nt a cost t 140,000 on KlnB's highway. Rising from one ot tho highest points In tho city, It will bo a conspicuous object from all parts or St. Louis, and it will probably pcrpetuato for all tlmo tho namo of tho gentleman who coucolvctl tho Idea. "LuU's tower" will rise from tho slto of tho now Second Baptist church to a height of more- than 200 ,fcot. Tho cost of the structure will bo more than $40,000. It has been named by mem bers of thef Second Baptist congrega tion, who call it "Lud's tower," after tho millionaire donor, P. H. Ludlng ton, of St. Louis....

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. — 23 January 1907

.jdwuypwirG"1 ' '.' iyTC fp "r.'tf?5 f i-i-- ' j - .,. V .. ,- - i r d?1 FAUli ENJli'l THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23, 1907. v ft it a . 4. fc i . 3, A! . WHAT KLMIRS 20TH AN N UAL DIS COUNT SALE WILL DO FOR YOU: IT WILL GIVE "Stetson Hat3 "Hawcs" Hatg "Ootham" Hats r "Noxall" Hats 8 And all other lints and Caps I I IT WILL GIVE "Adler" Suits and Ovorcoats "Crown" soparatc trousors "Priestley" Rain Coats "Imperial" Fivncy Vests "Sam Peck" Children Clothing And all othor clothing. i IT WILL GIVE "Manhattan" Shirtn ",FcrriuV or "11 & V" Ulovea "Kolsor's" Neckwear Wilson Bros., Underwear "Carharf, "Headlight" or "Klcinmaior's" Overalls And all othor furnishings. POSITIVELY NOTHIN G RE SERVED IN E N TIRE STOCK. Suit and Coat Sale An unusual price cutting on coats and suits. With about fifty of these garments on hand I havo reduced the prices in many instances to much less than HALF. I DO NOT WANT TO CAR RY OVER A SINGLE GAR MENT and if you want a real bargain now is you...

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. — 24 January 1907

j,; '? v ' .. f -: ,V PF M' Tty. The Marion Daily Mirror. VOLUME XV. NO. 140. MARION, OHIO. THURSDAY EVENING'. .lANUA'RV '24, 1907. PRICE TWO CENTS 1 f ( . hi- l.R. If ?' B - he. IT. .?. iy Id . ' cSH. r-tv li.V- '1 : SHOUTS RESIGNS CHAIRMANSHIP OF PANAMA CANAL COMMISSION Red Tape Under Which He has Been Laboring Proves Too Oppressive and He Determines to Go to the Interboro Company. No Successor for Shouts has, dications Point to the Selection of Chief Engineer Stev ensPresident Roosevelt Accepts the Resignation to Be come Effective March 4th Next and in a Letter to Mr. Shouts He Pays Him a Very High Compliment Canal Headqnarters Will be Moved to the Canal Zone. Washington, Jan. 21. The res ignation oC Theodore I. Shouts as chairman of the isthmian canal com mission was announced at the White IIouso yesterday, havingJ heen tendered to I lie president nnd accepted by htm, according to cur icspondencc rondo public. It will take effect not Inter than .Match -J. Mr. Shouts having been ...

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. — 24 January 1907

-rwsStfVffl1' j'wWWIfff i ,Wh FfWWi'p-'' r '" "rV" '' wv ft1.. r 1 fl 1PV v -, ,f Xt B : -.-.j t.i &n ' '- rl l ft, PAOE TWO TWO JURORS Secured During first Da) of Thaw's Trial. NINETEEN OF 2Q0 Talesmen Who Had Been Summonei Were Examined and All Seemed Anxious to Serve on Jury. New York, Jan. 24. Tho curtail was rung up Wednesday for unothoi act in the tragedy of real llfo lenowr as tho Thnw-Whlto case. Tho setting was not tho gay all-night restaurant of tho Tenderloin, where tho principal actors In the tingedy onco wero fa miliar llgures. It was not tho rool garden crowded with summer reveler who on a fateful night clinked glasses In rhythm to tho music of tho orches tra and listened laughingly to morr singers, and then woro hushed into a silence of horror as thrco pistol shots cracked and a noted architect Jay dead at tho tablo where he had been chatting with friends. Tho Btory of tho play was brought down to tho grim comt room scene whoro 12 men are to sit and render n Judgm...

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. — 24 January 1907

' . . 'i ,j- , t.;' vf !-yiCjWJ,'1',s5'f'F,f?f'" cpr'wrt ..' r j . '. t,1 I'Y: l - 4 -. , . i, . i , ' v - ' v irV ' ' "" 5 ' -"w-'V-" - f ( 4 1 OIIMHII 25 OFF 25 OFF 25 OFF 25 OFF 25 OFF 25 OFF GRAND OPERA HOUSB TUESDAY, JANUARY 29 "CYCLONIC SUCCESS SOUTH AND NORTH." , "THE CLANSMAN'S" REMARKABLE HISTORY" A million and a half people have seen the play. A million and a half people wore turned away Box Office records shattered in every part of the country. Five distinct and successful engagements in New York. An all-Summer run in Chicago. Record-breaking visits to evory principal city in the United States. The Clansman BY THOMAS DIXON, JR. From His Two rr.:uou3 Novels, "The Leopard's Spots" and "Tho Clansman." Specialty selected cast of forty principals, small army of super numeraries and a troop of cavalry horses, carloads of sccnory, mechanical and electrical effects. Ordor your scats by mail, sending remittance with order. In thin way you will avoid having to pay execssivo prices ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 24 January 1907

.'-; a U! ..is. V 'H I vf PAGE FOUR THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1907. If V THE Daily Mirror. 7. BURGESS . . . .Business Manager A. C. HOLLAND Editor P. M. ARMSTRONG.., City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FURNISH ED ON APPLICATION. y This paper receives the Scripps .McRae Telegraphic News Service and Market Reports. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. Single Cop; 2c For Week by Carrier 10c v'tBy Mail, per year $4.00 Semi-Weekly Mirror, pet year $1.00 gg '."Both Phones No. U WEATHER -Snow in northern snow or mm in southern portion tonight. armor. Friday snow or -rain nnd colder. Senator Tillman attempting to bo funny is similar to a circus clown endeavoring to preach a sermon Bennett street from Davids to Campbell's crossing would mako a very nice stretch of paving. The millionaires club at Washiug ton will havo some now members after its next session. 'A Electing Shelby M. Cul.om to the United States senatorship appears -' to have become a habit with the t Illinois general assembly. Se...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 24 January 1907

V7f!Wt '"'WftfSgrv' 'JifvWijFS T Y ' fr V o U T11K MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, JAW. 2WU07. l'Aiiu rivis fp?jp?y5 t ", tiff I & 1 't 1 E. tv. V . CN-MbYERMf DICKINSONS BIG STORE January Reduction Sale i 4 0FF A good warm Overcoat or Suit is a mighty wel come thing these days, es pecially so on account of the low pries we ar sell ing tliom. I 010K1MS0N & CO. 123 E. Center Street. ueighburhuod and tiny" are deter mined to break up Hip gang, Tlic arrest U the first tlml ha-? lite'n made Hiiico tin' ordinance re quiring the pool roimis to i'lne at tin- s-nio lmiir.s us tin- snluoiw, was parsed. , cfSU.1 VAUDEVILLE MANAGERS FORM AN ORGANIZATION iweniy-tnree uities are Represented at Meeting. H. S. Vail of the Marion Family Theater is Elected to a Trusteeship. CHEESE ,Wc havo tho best chcoso in tho city. Try our Cream Switzor - Buck Imperial. Limborgor" F. J. LUSCH i GROCER. N.E. Cor. Stato & Center Sis. PROMISES TO BE GOOD Sight of Wife, Child and Dog was too Much. MAYOR SC...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 24 January 1907

'(V, ' , s , -Jji-iFF,rr'j 1, w ' 3M - I 11 ' "A '3 M, o ?n-: v 1. V P"T tf tftomtf to" ' 'Is 1 ) r-S V. vv V ! I f R a w' 'ft A pAor. six fe Union Station Time Card i ii " i " ' ' - ! ii m EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1907. wmmmmamnmwutwttjmnMm NORTH HOUND. No. 51 7:00 am No. 33 10:LT am No 35 '20 P'" No. 37 10:r.O pin No. 30 C: 10 pm SOUTH UOUNU. No. SO 5: i"0 am No. 38 y 7:20 am No 32 1025 am No. Si'." 1:35 inn No. 3G 7:15 l,m Daily. No. 38 starts Trom Marlon. No. 30. slops at Marlon. No. 30 will lcavo Columbus at G pin on Sundays. FR1F RftlLROlP No. 10, Chautauqua Ex ..12:15 am No. S. New York 11k 5:32 am No. 4, Vestibule Limited.... 6:33 pm No. 10 Accommodation 12:55 pin sNo. 22 arrives 0:10 pm C. & E. DIVISION. No. 9, Chicago Express 12:55 am No. 3. Vestlbuled Limited.. 10-31 am bNo. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:15 pm No. 7, Pacific ExprobH 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am No. 3, Vestlbuled Limited.. 10 30 am No. 11 3:t5 pm Dally, s Dally except Sunday. New ...

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. — 24 January 1907

t'5' r- ; a ftt i y ' -fit ','--. y ,ff ., , s . I b' o , jT tf' S- t V ,1 ft ' if A s Q y. u VI i A Satisfaction When you want a tool to know Just where you can find it, and at tho right price, wo aim to irlain tain our reputation in keoping Everything ih Tools You will always ' find our prlco consistant with the quality o goods wo sell. HABERMAN HARDWARE CO. 107 SOUTH MAIN ST. CLOSING OUT SALE 50 DISCOUNT on entire stocK of Clothing and Furnishings 'during month of January!5 I. H. Hayfer&Co. Beautify Your Home . . . ! IIHI.W ! iiw.mii iumMam wwwi Start tho now year hy making a resolution to mako your home more cheerful and hap pier than any previous year. A piece of our new furni ture placed hero and there, just whero it is needed would help amazingly. WEST END FURNITURE STORE. Qowman & SchoentKjrgcr. DR. C, G. SMITH, Office and residence C94 West Oentor. Office hours 7:30 to 10:30 n. m., 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. Citizens phone 448. Specialist on diseases of children. Prof. Fred...

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. — 24 January 1907

VJ II ,1 v .. 1 , . f ' u . ( y " W , - H: ' tO VU PAOK EIUIH THE MAH10N DAILrY MlttltOB, THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1007. 4 It r r WHAT KLE1NMAIER3 20TH AiUAL DIS COUNT SALE WILL DO FOR YOU: It will Give You Choice of "Stetson" Hats "Hawes" Hats "Gotham" Hats "Noxall Hats And all other Hats and Caps It will Give You Choice of "Adler" Suits and Overcoats "Crown" separate Trousers "Priestley" Rain Coats "Imperial" Fancy Vests "Sam Peck" Children's Clothing And all other Clothing It will Give You Choice of "Manhattan Shirts "Perrin's" or "H Q P" Gloves ."Reiser's" Necltwear "Wilson Bros." Underwear t'Tsrhart", "Headlight" or "Kleinmaier's" Overalls And all other Furnishings POSITIVELY NOTHING RE SERVED IN ENTIRE STOCK RUNAWAY HORSE Causes Excitement on East Church Street This Morning. A horse, drawing n light buggy, rati amuck on Hunt Church htreol this morning and till attempt to stop the animal were futile until it had turned Into Mt. Vetnon Avenue, and had ran to the Infirmary. The police ...

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