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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 July 1907

"Y Y I t W- u kL Clothing on CREDIT Any lionest man or woman can opon an account hare and dress themselves aa well a3 they wish. Payments will bo mods to suit your income A small amount each pay day. Silver Set to be Givm Free to one ofur customers. Saturday, July27. Tftket with each 60c pulfehaso or, payment on account. , Marion Clothing & Cloak Co. NATIONAL BANKS IN GOOD CONDITION Government Inspector Over Books. Goes Semiannual Examination Takes Place Inspector Arrives" " Unaunonnced. The two local national banks, the Marion and City Nationals, are in first class condition, according to 3. P- Campbell, the government inspector, who ihas been liore during the past few days going over the books o.nd other records of the two institunions. Tuesday, Mr. Oamp bch wus" inspecting the City Na tional and today lie -was at the Marion National. The inspection being .conducted now is ono that itnkes placo scrai kinnuaJly. Tho bank officials nnd employes never know, .however, the exact ti...

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. — 17 July 1907

"VS jv n" lVfr ' Yt'; PAOB BIX THE MJOttON SaiLV MIRROR', WEDNESDAY, JV172M7, JBBETr - If u. h i V i ) i! !' i i . c ; l - ri I 'i. Union Station Time Card BtTKOTIVB JAN. 1. 107. MMMMMImi UB i MOHTU WOUND. Wo tl 1'-b0 m PNoisa.'. 10:26ftm No SB 4i!0 P'" N0.S7 10:60pm BOUTH BOUND. ti n . l:B0 hid S: 8 ::.,.,!!I.,.....m"..' 7:20 m No'32 .".''".'' ";" H. 84 J:"? No. 86 7;11 Dallr. No. 88 start from Mario. No. 39. stops at Mario. No. 89 wlU Coluwbua at en Sundays. ERIE Rftl LROftB No. 10, Chautauqua Ex.. 12:30 au No. 8 New York Ex.. 5:40 ntn No. 2 8:60 am No. 4. Vestibule Limited 0:15 pm No. 4, VeatlbuW Limited.... (5:33 pm .No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 pm No. 22 arrives 5:20 pin O. & iC. DIVISION No. 14 H:20 pm Daily except Sunday and legal holidays eavries passengers, but no baggage between Hammond and Marion. No. 0, Chicago Express 12:45 am No. 3, Vestibulcd Limited 10:54 am No. 11 '1:-) Pm jj0i 21 7:00 am No! 7, Pacific Express 11:00 pm BOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Expr...

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. — 17 July 1907

PAOB SEVEN wmeHwsigMWmm'aMmwwww 3 THE OHIO RECORD. UNCLE 8AM; FINE VIEW, EH? THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNEWAV, ilOLY 17, 1"907. A THE HAYWOOD TRIAL. "r X i & Refused to Accept $21,500. Cleveland July 17. Thrfcpccni 'Cars, operated by the Low Faro Co., nets running In Euclid avenue Tnea day. The Low tfaro Co. sent over 121,600 In gold Tuosday and tendered It to the Cleveland Electric Hallwny Co. This was tho price fljyd by conn ill as Iho Low Faro's Bharo for tho uoo of tho freo territory traces In Su perior avenuo and tho public square. Horace Andrews refused the lender and It was taken back to the Low fAre offices. Meantime, Low Faro cars wpro running through Euclid and East fourteenth Btrcct to Sumner avenuo one block away from tho Central Qulncy torrltory, whoro tho Cleveland Electric Co. took tip Its tracks. Verdict In Specr Case Is Withheld. Lima, 0 July 17. Tho Inquest as to the caiiBO of death of David B. Spcef, whoso wlfo Is held for hla murder, was concluded Tuesday by...

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. — 17 July 1907

PA01 EIGHf THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1907. ' fl? .'k i " i; I 1 KleiDmaier's Summer Clearance Sale The Record Clothing at heart Men's Two Piece Outing Suits $5 suits fori-,,-.. ..$3.98 $7.50 suit! for S$4.88 $8.50 suits A $10 suits for H $13.50 suits for $9.98 $15 suits for $10.50 KLEINMAIERS MAN OF EIGHTY YEARS DRUNK IN THE GUTTER Arrested and Taken Before Mayor Scherff. . i Old Fellow Pleads Guilty and Mayor Lets Him Go Promises to Leave Town. i n i-ifa aged 80, the Edward Swanson oldest man lodged in tho city prison foi somo time, was eirrestcd this morning at 1:15 o'clock by of ficers Cnsio and Bond- Swanson was found drunk, lying in the gut- MMnHMMnHHI GET THE OASH HABIT. $1.25 shces $1.05 $1.60 shoes $1.20 $1 75 shoes $1.40 $2.00 shoes $1.05 $2.25 shoes $1.75 $20 shoes $1.00 $3.00sN(hoc'3 $2.25 $3.50 shoi. $2.75 $4.00 shoes 7..t. . $3.00 The only storo Jh Marion making the above prices on High Shoes and Oxfords E " new in When Prices Like These Prevail Why N...

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. — 18 July 1907

Tb-.yt'r-.K1 u arionI Daily Mirror. Teg By 1 1 iim.'jl WOIiTJME XV. NO. ii90. MAIUON. OHIO, TirCgKSDAY EVENING. JULY 8, 1907.1 PEIGE TWO CENTS M mw ): .? i X ifc 1 1 &r SCORES OF JEWS " ' KILLED IN POLAND Peasants Armed with Scythes, Swords, Knives and Clubs Clean Out tho Ghetto Mistreating Women and Killing Men, Women and Children. Warsaw, July 17. Tibe nnti Jewish pog'iwm has bioken out in tho Polish town of, Skonitz, on the Austrian frontier, nnd scores of Jews, have bcou killed or injurod. Ttfto terrified inhabitants uro flee ing' toward Austrian territory for protection. Frightful atrocities wore com mitted and scores of victims were butchered. The peasants wore rthc instigators of Uio pogrom. 'JMio Cos sacks have temporarily restored or der. Panip stricken,' hundreds of Jews are seeking safety by crossing into Austria. After the fighting the dead and dying filled itlio streets. Men. woirien and children were cut down indiscriminately. Tn many in- NO TARIFF REVISION Big Chi...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 July 1907

0 t AGE TWO TIIE MARION DAILY MIRROR'. THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1907. JAPSJESENT Action of Korea's Emper or in Seeking Liberty. HE WILL ABDICATE. This Action Marks the End of the Hermit Kingdom's Existence as an independent Nation. Seoul, July 18 The Korean pre mier has asked the cmperoi or Korea to abdicate because of Ills action In sending a deputation to The Hague The request that the emperor abdi cate apparently Is the beginning ot tho end of this nnrlent empire and tho inauguration of n closer control by Japan than that she bun exercised since the treaty of PoiiHniouth recog nized her predominant inllueuco In the Hermit Kingdom as one ot tho frulta of her vlctoiv over Russia. For a long period Korea was under the suzerainty of China, but In 1S9I-5 Japan drove China out of the penin sula and Korea enjoyed a brlof period of independence. In 1D04 Japan stepped Into Korean affairs with as surances of safety, independence and territorial Integrity, but since that year the Japanese Influen...

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. — 18 July 1907

V r A y P ( t J?i For Women's Fine Garments, Suits, skirts, shirt waists all kinds that fairly beam freshness, will be the rule, if they are starched with the genuine KINCSFORD'M SIBveaGBoss Starchx No taitfi ever lias or ever finish. Garments starched wltli i pliable, and have a newer and other. Can t Injure goods; goes strength, hence most economical. i no standard ot quality tor over DEST F0. ALL For gtittral nte bolt as tllrccttd. a coia uaicr ilarcii, requiring Made for over fifty years at weight packages. T. KINGSFORD IIA1I0NAL.STASCII ArartiiiB Ferry, 0 July is'- A cloud burst here Tueailnj night loniolnhc(l half a dozen houses, carried nwny sev eral bridges on tno Coleruln pike and covered tho streets of .Martins Kerry with debris, so that street car traffic was tied up. FAMILY THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Gommoneini? Monday Matineo JULY lGtli DOYLE & EMERSON TRIO Hurlecquo Juggling I TEED & LAZELLE Oomedy Sketch E. P. ROWE Will Sing 'Way Down East" SAMFl & AINSMAN ingl...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 July 1907

V'PWa" , 1 PAGE TOUR THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1907. ft Mil: Daily Mirror. J. BURGESS ...Business Manager A. C. HOLLAND Editor P. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FUR NISHED ON APPLICATION. Thla paper receives the Scrlppa HcRae Telegraphic News Service and Market Reports. ""rates or SUBSCRIPTION., Single Copy :. . .2o For Week by Carrier ...10c By Mail, per Year $4.00 Semi-Weekly Mirror, per year $1.00 Both Phones No. 0 WEATHER TOR OHIO-Partly cloudy ami unsettled weather tonight and Friday Providence- .withheld the cloud bursts until some of; Uio bridge trust ollicials were jailed, anyway. ! iDo you know tho address of the man who 6aid iwo -would have warm weather .his year? no Theso are the days when a man emries la woman heir short-sleeved and low-necked waist. News of the proposed irrigation congress nt Los Angeles would make dry reading for Ohio ijaraers just now. Manager Dnimm is said to have (secured .three new ball players. It is to be hoped the...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 July 1907

wr '1 THE MAItlON DAILY MIKltOR, THUKSDAY1, JULY 18, 1007. PAGE WYE CAMPERS GO TO HEPBURN IMMIGRANTS FILL TRAINS SERVICE FOR PREACHER HAS HIS TROUBLES SAAAAAAAVSAAApAAAA l-v DR. CRISWELL mgag m m mm j This is Not "fli . Y f Y. M. C. A. Boys Leave for Lake this Morning. WILL -STAY TWO WEEKS Volley Ball League has citing Games. Ex- Geran's and Mtckley's Teams Win Wednesday Nieut Race Getting Close Y. M. C. A. Notes. The yongcr boy a of the Y. M. C. A., headed by M. E. Mlttmuii, Adam Bauer, and Ben Grills, went to Hep burn this mornliiB to Bpent 15 days eainplng, Ashing and boating. In the party aro Elmer Edsolf, William Packard, Earl Dowier, Leslie King, .Gerald King, Paul MoKlnley, La Verne Temploton, Earl Martin and Charles McMillan. A number more will Join the party tomorrow and several will go to Hepburn Saturday to visit the camp over Sunday. Volley ball was played In tho Y. M. C. A. gymnasium, Wednesday night. Wednesday night In tho Y. ftl. C. A. gymnasium, the regular weekly me...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 July 1907

t wzetmmxriwmu!uwmw&emmiirm mimmmmmmmmm0fimm PAGE SIX THE MARION DAILY afflaSOK, THUMDAY, JULY 18, Ifi07. , T h-v, Union Station , Time Card WHEOTIVH JAN. 1, 1807. jaSSSagSS B it i4t3 JM Hi F i m 7 wl I RvRJ t i in miniiHMiii ii in ' i i i i . - - - HOUTIl BOUND. K(t .I T:D0 am 2 wv:;..v....... iocop,n BOUTH BOUND. :-8J8.:::::::;::::.v.v::: 10:25 .u No 34 1:35 PM Dally. No. 38 starts from MTto. Ho. 39. Btops st Mario. No. 39 will 1t Coluwbu fcl f &a Sundays. ERIE No. 10, Chautauqua Ex 12-30 au No. 8 New York Ex . 5 -10 am No. ii 8-co m No. 4, Vestibule Limited 0.15 pin No. 4, Vestibule LlmlUJ . .0:33 pin .No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 pm No. 22 arrives 5:20 pm O. Sr tt DIVISION No. 14 H:20 pm Daily except Sunday and legal holidays carries passengers, but no baggage between Hammond and Marion. No. 0, Chicago Kxpress 12:45 am No. 3, Vestibuk'd Limited 10:54 am No. 11 4:25 P No. 21 7:00 am No. 7, Pacific- Express 11 -00 pui SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Kipress.. .1:15 a...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 July 1907

W" THE MARION DAILY, MIRROR', THURSDAY, JULY J8', 1907.- j"-. PAGE SEVEN.1 - , tnwjf .nrt.f jwm.. i-ff, i -,1 y-j T- IITBIH ! Ullf ' l , - . ,-.- ,--. Y A id h& WATTERSON TALKS ABOUT POLITICS He Advises Democrats to Roturn to the Coustltutiou, Says Bryun Should not. bo Nominated Again aud Do blares lor Roosovolt to Run for a Third ... . ' Term Would bo Insanity. Loutsvlllo, Ky., July 18. "Back to tho constitution" Is tho battle cry which Henry Wattcrson Is raising for tho (Democratic hosts In 1908. Tho veteran Democrat and tno last ono left of a group of great editors, is taklnir lust as keen nn Interest In Amorlcan politics today as ho did In 180,6, when hla message, "No com- b, jo cum- ' rang out In 1892 when .j.. . i..t proinlBo with, dishonor' around the world, and I ho advised tho Democrats against nomlnntlng Cleveland nnd told them they "wcro walking through a slaughter houso" Into an open grave" Mr. Wattcrson will not name hi "dark horso" for President, but Bays ho will w...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 July 1907

UfHil.JU4U.'ui" Jiwu "m r PA025 EIGHf Crumbs From the Sumptuous Feast of Bargains Served Every Day to Fortunate Customers B. V. D. Underwear 41c $15.00 Men's Regular Suits $10.50 $2.00 Manhattan Shirts $1.53 President Suspenders 41c And iooo j romaier s SELLS niS BARBER SHOP Levi Roseberry Tiansfcro Business to Morris Keightlcy. Levi Roseberry. who conducts a barber shop on North Main street, has leased his shop to Morris Keightlcy. who has been employed for several years by Philip Itush. Mr. Kclght ley will take charge of tho shop Mon day. Mr Roseberry will leave soon for jlarpster. whero ho will make his home. Ho will continue his work as a barber. There Is more Catarrh In this sec tion of tho country than nil other diseases put together, nnd until tho last few years was supposed to bo Incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local dlseaso and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to euro with local treatment, pronounced It lncurablo. Science has pro...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 19 July 1907

i-f""H t The Marion Daily Mirror. 3- VOLUME XV. NO. 291. AfABION. OHIO, 1TJUDAY EVENING. JULY U), 1907. PRICE TWO GBNT8 'Y , p i x KOREA'S EMPEROR HAS ABDICATED Yi Hyeung's Action in Sending a Delegation to The Hague Conference to Protest Against Japan's Treatment Causes Him to Quit His Throne. .Seoul, Korea, July 10-timpcror Yl Hyoung formerly abdicated tho Ko rean throne today, tin expressed re Bret, In parting words Unpeople, that national calamities have 'marked his forty yeare of rolgn. Ills decision to transfer crown, Mo added was duo to his conviction that no other means existed of relieving his country's distress. TOOK THREE SHOCKS TO KILL THE NEGRO William White Murderer of Marshal Basore of Franklin, Pays Penalty for His Crime The Electrocution was not a Success Although Conditions Seemed Good. Columbus, Ohio, July 10. Threo separata shocks of electricity were required after last midnight to cx executo William White, tho negro, who paid tho penalty for shooting Marshal Das...

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. — 19 July 1907

fcn-jTa-er. 'h PADS TWO LOSS OF I.IEE i Follows the Floods in ' West Virginia. RAILWAYS TIED UP Properly Losses Will Total $500,000 Storm at Washington, Pa., ' was Very Destructive. t Pittsburg, July 10. Conservative reporfs from Interior points In West Vlrgltfla indicate Ihut the floods caused by storms ami cloudbursts din ing the past 48 hours aro receding and (hat tho damage will roach at It'RBt 1600,000. Kour deaths have thus far been reported. At Maromhci, Preston county, tho greatest damuso was Bhstalncd. The loss to the county In bridges carried away will tench $100,000. At This plncn while Mrs. Bolynrd and hffr two children weie standing on tho porch watching the waters which had alreadv reached tho floor, tho porch was swept away. A mo ment later Uolyard stepped to tho door only In time to see his enllro family swept away Claudius Wolfo lost his life while attempting to rldo across a bridge. While In the nilddlo of tho structure, the bridge va3 washed away Tho damage to the...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 19 July 1907

MTfl 7 P , ' THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1007. Kton wb. He 8 X. y $ I X i Energy for breakfast to start the day. Sustenance for lunch to carry you through. Rest and renewed strength at close of day. The food ideal for every meal. U need Biscu i t More nutntiOBB tnan any other wheat food. ft In moisture am dust firoof packages. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Refreshments McClalns' Baby lng. Will hpum pluwtomo ertfed free nt tomorrow oven- lt PIMR SAI VE AGTS LIKh A POULTICL FAMILY THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Commencing Monday Matinee JULY 16th DOYLE & EMERSON TRIO Burlesquo Juggling TEED & LAZELLE Comedy Sketch E. P Will Way Down SAMPSEL & Singing BILLY GROSS Irish Comedian POWERS' OAMEOQRAPn Prof. Dream River Paranno Artful .Husband Monday and Saturday Mat inees only 10c during sum mer rrionths. Two Shows' Nightly 7 :30-9 :00 Tickets 10c and 20c. X Children's Saturday Matinee riVE CENTS. WE GUARANTEE not--to shrink or fado and wo gua'ranteo to do batten berg allovcrlac...

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. — 19 July 1907

tifKsje.TiteTMmj&m PAGE TOUR THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1907. r"f 1 l! h W. r r r MTrf "lan '1HB Daily Mirror. J. BURGESS ...Business Mnnager A. C. HOLLAND Editor P. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FUR NISHED ON APPLICATION. This paper receives the Scrlpps HcRae .Telegraphic News Beivico and Market Reports. RATES 01' SUBSCRIPTION.- Single Cop .....2c For Week by Carrier 1....IO0 By Mail', per Year $4.00 fiemi-Weekly Minor, per year $1.00 Both Phones ,.. No. 0 WEATHER TOR OHIO-Skowers to night and Saturday. ills namo may bo Smink, but some of. ills decisions smelled more like tripe. Marion may be the greatest hell hole on the map, but it. must be remembered that there are some uncharted sections. The emporor of Korea has de cided to quit. That's just the dlf-S; ZZ Zl T nnd oll,er ,1(? x 1 10. Partments, methods that a mod buqi- ference between he nnd Senator ness house would not nin, Foraker. .Some of the fans are of the opinion that if. Umpire Smink w...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 19 July 1907

THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1967. PAQE riVB TW i Jh 'Y y Jv J V'1 ft Wit ''I W r WHY A SUCCESS ? Because, people have taken advantago of the greatly reduced prides. . Wo havo had such a success that several lines of goods wero sold out. Mr. J. I. Marx Is now in tho Bast purchasing NEW GOODS which are arriving dally. Ho has cucceedcd in getting eomo excellent values which tho manufacturers arc closing out at extremely low prices. Consequently you reap tho;benoflt by having tho choice of tho nobbiest and mot up-to datk Una shown anywhero in tho city, at tho low prices below mentioned: MEN'S SUITS. $0 Suits now $3.95 ?9 Suits now $7.35 - ?15 Suite now $11.55 SPECIALS IN TURNIsSr iNQS. All 10c Hose 7c Best 25c Hose 15c I. MARX &t S TAKE PICTURE OF CHURCH. Rev. C. 13. Rowley has arranged to havo the picture taken of the Wes ley .M. E. congregation und Sunday School, tomorrow afternoon, at G o'clock.. 'All members nro urged to be ''on' hand. tV- Lad Burns Quickly Healed ...

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. — 19 July 1907

.y" ' ml i' W'tiW i SssS t PAdR SIX Hfc frfafetoft D'AtLY MlHROB, PMDAY,."3tHiYMff1'IW. I li I I t mi - -w mUm wtjlJLMJMMt U iUrfmiit tomteiadtafce vJMmvisuuvummfxn. itwnmmtim twrniaCTreaaasas niiTretgjei li ' I i ? . i ? I; a 'i ft Union Station Time Card KFFK0T1VH JAN. 1, HOT. . HORTU HOUND. Ho. It ........... ... I'M W No! as .... 10:f8 &m iNo 8B 4:2 Pm No. 37 10:150 ptn No.lt :" BOIITH BOUND. No. 10 :M au N. 8S 7'f Mo sa 10 2B n No. 24 lsP No. 38 'Pai Dally. No. 88 start from Mario. No. 89. stops at Mario . No. 39 wlU lv Columbus Hi I en Sundays. ERIE murm No. 10, Chautauqua Ex. .12:30 au No. 8. Now York Ex.. 5:40 nm Ho. 12 8:&U am No. 4. Vestibule Limited C:lf pin .No. 10 Accommodation 112:02 pm No. 22 arrives 5:20 pm O. c. DIV1H10N No. 14 11:20 pm Daily except Sunday and legal holidays carries passengers, .but no baggage between Hammond and Marion. No. 9, Chicago Kxpiess 12:45 am No. 3, Vestibnled Limited 10:54 am No. 11 4:25 Pm No. 21 7:00 am No. 7, Pacific Express 11...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 19 July 1907

') X ,"4 WWWW wpwijp ug W'WlpHiWiaptfiifBijWlUilIlJlMIJ(II.KlJflajUMI!'Jf HEAD OF SUNDAY E. K. Warren, of Three Oaks, Mich., School convention which recently met SEEKS CAUSE OF LOVE PROF. HALL TAKES CENSUS FROM HAPPY YOUNG COUPLES. Learno That Eyes, Hair and Some times Freckles Attract Younn La dlesSays Half of Collcgo Women Don't Marry. Boston. Precisely what It Is what attribute or physical characteristic, In tho youth or maiden, tho man or wo man, that most attracts one of tho op potmo sex, Is tho problem of which W. G. Stanley Hall, professor of psycholo gy In and. president of Clark universi ty, Worcester, Mass., has sot out to find tho solution. To this end he has taken a census of young lovers, with a view to learn ing what In each case has most en deared to him or hor tho particular object of tho affections. It was. Br. Hall who recently ' de clared that DO per cent, of collogo wo men failed to marry, thus contributing to raco suicide. Tho complete result of this census of s...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 19 July 1907

arr r- PAOB BI01H THE MARION DAILY M1M60R, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1907. A II I Kleinmaiers Summer ' Is accomplishing what we set out to do, but from present indications, will do it in a much shorter time than we anticipated. When we started this sale, cost was not considered, our only idea was to make the stock move quickly. The public took notice. With results, satisfactory to both it and us. Big Roductions on Mon's Three Pieco Suits Spring and Summer Weight Suits that sold at $5.00 now $1.75 Suits that Bold at $0.00 now $6.75 Suit's that sold at $10 now $7.75 Suits that sold at $12.00 now $9.00 Suits that sold at $15 now $10.00 Suits that sold at $17.50 now $13.50 Suits that sold at $20 now $15.50 Come Tomorrow Bargains In Children's Wash and Woolen Suits KLEINMAIER BH BIG JULY SALE Now On. Specials for Tomorrow Nearly 50 Under Yalue 50 $4.00 Shirt Waist Suits all new and up-to-date $2.10 25 $5 and $6 Shirt Waist Suits elaborately trimmed wrch lad) and insertion at .. $2.98 Ohoico of al...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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