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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 25 July 1907

T" m. ''j2 ' A Jj. t'M ariom Daily ROR. AIABION, OHIO, Ttf&USDAY EVENING. JULY 25. 1907. PBIOE TWO OENSB VOLUME XV. NO. 'JOG. Wr m Mi. Tnc; 1 He. M v k y - r. SENATOR DICK COMES OUT IN THE OPEN AGAINST TAFT For the First .Time the Akron Republican Leader Declares Hostility to War Secretary's Presidential Aspirations. Akvrcn, Ohio, July 25.-Senntor Dick yesterday for the first, time came, out, in open, hostility to tho candidacy of Secretary of War Tatt for tho- presidency. Dick summoniM n-hittnUer'Vtbe members of the re. publi.ca)i Ut central emmt' " AkipiSCPHvitU others be talked uve$ffipeVrhauc. 'tntiJ. evorv friend of mine on the committee to vote to lame mo TnfC resolution." Dick is quoted as saying. It is declared by Tail't men that to table the resolution means practically consigning it to the waste basket. It is rumored that two members from Hamilton county who have hitherto been regarded as staunch followers of tho Diclc-Foraker fac tion, bavo given their -word that they...

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. — 25 July 1907

) i A r ?Ag two A NEW EPOCH for the Congo free State Is About to Begin. LEOPOLD'S REIGN Over that Unhappy Land Nears Its Finish Belgium Will Soon Con trol This African fmpiic. Brussels, July 125. The close of Kins Leopolds long struggle to stave off annexation of the Congo to Mel glum and to retain his personal sov ereignty over this rich and extensive African state, Is foreshadowed In the agreement reached betweon the Bel gian and Congo governments, elabor ating the terms upon which the Congo Free State shall pa a 6 Into the posses sion of Belgium. This transfer will mark an Impor tant epoch for the Congo, as hereto fore the entire conduct of affairs, clvtl and military lias been under tho per tonal direction or King Leopold and a cabinet of Congo olllcers entirely . separate from and Independent of Bel glum, whereas the new regime will -niake tho Belgian government Instead of the king individually responsible for the condue of Congo uffalra. The British and American governments ha...

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. — 25 July 1907

r me THBE. WBgaaywc u. "iubwww ji" ju i-ifE-wi 3e ci-&K4(i"l"4 , THOSE EXTRA IT WILL HELP YOUR SUCCESS V TUB MARION DAILY' MlilHOU, THURSDAY JULY 25, 1907.. I GET 2000 VOTES - n A : r feW Getevery subscription and vote possible and have them all in before Friday evening of this week. If you lead your district after the count is made this coming Friday evening you'll get the 2000 extra votes for your district. And if you win the 2000 extra votes it will give you a great valuable advantage over your opponents. ' You want to win these extra votes for they might be just the ones needed to win you the grand prize, the $650 Reo automobile, at the finish. Determine to win the extra votes gyid Get Every Vote You Possibly Can ,: HTO) f ') ')' ' f-)") -Cf) ') - FAMILY THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Oominoncing Monday Matlneo JULY 22. ThroojHutchinson's Albortus & Altus tyod Norton Claudius & Scarlot XE. P. ROWE 1. aYill Sine "When Bc Whito Whistles in VhcXIoadow." POWERS ' 'cJttJEOORAPH Vi...

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. — 25 July 1907

THE MARION DAILY MRRO,' THURSDAY JULY 25, 1007. I PAGE rotm ft TMU ! fbaily Mirror. M BURGESS ."..Business Manager A" C. HOLLAND Editor 9 M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor Advertising rates fur jnished on application. ' I- "SThia papor receives tho Scrlppa KcRao Telegraphic Now flervict 3d Markot Reports . . -tom URATES"" Or SUBB0RIPTIO2T.' gjnglo Copy .t.3t.2o 7r Week by Carrier .....or. .10o By Mail, per Year ..$4.00 BSomi-Wcekly Mirror, per yoar $1.00 Ifcth Phones V No. 0 r a $WK VTHEU-Por Oiiio: Showers tlliught; Thursday partly cloudy. tr- A New York physician Is telling us that people think with their toes as well ab their brains. Another reason ;wb.y tight shoes should be avoided. 'Ono of the glorious privileges ot which no power, can deprive an American citizen Is his right to an nounce that he Is a candidate. jlflf it Is true, as claimed by a New Work physician, thnt people think with jihclr toca, members of the Marlon ball team would do well, to utlllzo Ihelr newly-found brains I...

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. — 25 July 1907

X" i' !' tnftko, fnmoui cccss Becin next liar properties L National ARM IS TORN FROM SOCKET Terrible Accident in the Erie i.aius. v.i( CAUGHT IN MACHINERY Engineer Douglas Seriously Injured. Was Oiling Bis Engine When Help, er Started up Arm Is Amputa-J ted at the Shoulder. Qharlca Douguas, a locomotlvo engi neer In tho employ of tho J3rlo road, was tho victim of a horrible accident Thursday morning about cloven o'clock In the Urlo yards. Aa a result Mr. Douglas had IiIh. right arm torn from the socket and Ills head badly bruised. ' It appears that Engineer Douglas was oiling nis cnglno while It was a 6rl&RRI&S Wo aro promised a nlco shipment of Now York cher riesWjirriyo horo Friday af- tornoon. to be very fine, and hcTrloa aro so scarco, ay bo the only chanco to a few for pica. Robinson's Grocery Phones 39. 209 E. Center St. Agency lor Woods Boston Coffoos rf excursionists! MmiMMHMNHaiMMaaMaaaMHHMMi We make a specialty of H filling orders for your din- H ner. Everything in...

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. — 25 July 1907

(r ' "vrsfwr v.f'Vf'Ety 'y '1?T" "''' '''" .- t wv wsr tptw-t , TW? Wy PAGE BIZ THE MARION DAILY MIRROR THURSDAY JULY 28, 1907. ir ; w W ? 4 Union Station Time Card ' JBFFJIOTIVH JAN. 1, MOT. T NORTH BOUND. Ho. SI .. T.m m No. S3 ,,.. No 35 No. 37 ........ No. ao SOUTH BOUND, No. 10 No. 38 No 32 No. 34 No. 36 10:25 am .4:20 pm 10:f0 pm 1:10 pm CEO ani 7:20 am 10:2S an , 1:35 pm 7:1 m Dally. No. 38 starts from Mario. No. 33. stop at Mario. No. 30 will Jmt Columbus t m rm Sunday. ERIE Mi No. JO, CliiHilnuqiiii Ex.. 12:30 arr No. 8, New York Ex.. 5:10 am No. 12 8:60 am No. J, Vestibule Limited G:15 pm No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 pm No. 22 anives 0:20 pm 0. Sr a. division. No. 11 Vt:20 pm Daily except Sunday and legal holidays t-airics passengers, but no baggage between Hammond and Marion . , No. 0, Chicago Express 12:15 am No."?, Vestibuled Limited 10:5V am No. 11 '1:25 pm No. 21 7:00 am No. 7, Pacific Expicss 11:00 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. "No. D. Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am No. .t.V...

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. — 25 July 1907

ffHW ," "J" ($ if -' vrr X X JC A' I &! it' JJWPfci 10 UPLIFT THE HOBO rMlLlOAb CHIEFS JOIN IN THE 8CHEMB Or REDEMPTION. Mafiriatee Wbuld SUppreta Tramp Evil With Bithtubk and Labor-Kitchen Door Mil oh the Blacklist. Minneapolis, Jtlnu. James J. Mil Ifad H&rrlinah and McCrua, and all th& other men vho own locomotives and trains, including; Mr. Haer, of Fdllnsylvanln, have decided to engage lha nowsport. They aro going out hunting for the tramps and bums over whose Head Dr. Ben Re'ltman hhs huijfc a halo, and thoy are going to inane lite bo miserable for tho ragged wayfarer that they'll feel like Wall treet after a Hreftt Northern Blunlp. They are going to chase the dU beveled tourists from their rights of way; thby are golhg to wnah them, ihave them, make them go to work; they are going to uplift them. Thoy , art going to make them like work better than kitchen door pies, and iufj ore going to boost the price of a night's lodging and coffco In the morning from 10 to 20 c...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 25 July 1907

- jfrii -f-'ft'C Trtp caqb man THE IffAMON DAILY MIIlROlt, THUR3DAY JULY 25, 1007. i'WMWawWj,1VW!WWPJ " M r 43c For your choice of collar attached Negligee Shirts Displayed in our North window. Our window trimmer has put in a card stating, the display was for 3 Days Only As by that time the shirts will have changed owners. Watch the Prediction But these shiftrare but one of the store full of equal bargains In Men's and Boys wear. KleiDmaiers Summer Clearance Sale OPEN THIS EVENING. GIOFFRITTA ARRESTED FINED ONE DOLLAR Used the Alley aa a Disposal Plant, Greek rult Dealer Given a Lesson In Matter of Cleauliness by Mayor. l John Glofrftta, who conducts a banana Btore on North Main street, was arrested last evening on an affi davit sworn out In tho mayor'b court by Health Officer James Lutz. He was charged with throwing garbage In the ulley at the rear of the place of bus iness, producing unsanitary condi tions Glofrltta recently moved the stock to another room and during "moving tlmo"...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 26 July 1907

arion! Daily Mirror. VOLUME XV. NO. 207. ArAKION, OHIO, FJJJDAY EVENlNGr, JULY 2G. 1907. PHICE TWO OBNTS TT TT7' Int M X i K r END OF HAWOOD TRIAL WILL SOON BE REACHED Case will bo in Hands of Jury by Saturday Morning Sen ator Borah Begins Closing Argument--Darrow Finishes Thursday Night. Boise, Idaho, July 21). The case of the state, of Idaho against Wil liam D. Haywood, ohargod with the murder of Frank Stounenborg, u former governor of tho etulo, will rest. with thu judgo and jury by Saturday. Clarence Darrow, a titer speaking for eleven hours, concluded the tlnnl plea for Haywood's life at 4:120 p. m. and at 7 last eVcning United States Senator Donah opened tlic closing argument for tho prosecu tion. He .will speak for ',i sessions or about seven , horns. Judge Fre mont Wood will instruct and ehargo the jury oji Saturday morning. At least 1000 peopto weio unable to find seats in the courtroom last night. Two hours before tho hour set for the third session oC thu day erowds began ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 26 July 1907

w n; in i H t AGB TWO 3aLE,li" THE MM) M. Race at Detroit was Won by Sonoma Girl. MADCNEW record The Winner Trotted the Second Heat ' in 2:06 1-4, a World's Record for a "Green" Marc Detroit, Mich , July 20. Thursday's sun set on the greatest renewal of tho Merchants and Manufacturers' otako ever trotted. Tho most remarkable exhibition of speed over known on tho light harness turf was won liy So noma Olrl on her co.irage and speed and stamped hoi self tho fleetest of her sex In parts of the Journey, If not for a whole mile, when the supromu teat conios later In the season. The track wan lightning rnst. tho water under the surface serving ns a cushion to send the (lying foot along In their Journey. Sonoma Girl had closed a favorite at $60, Highball $14 und the field $20. and In some pooling she ranked JRo to $35 over the field When they scored tho first time Sonoma Girl was on tho run, Jumping as though mad. Tlmo and again he acted badly and there was a wild scramble among the hit te...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 26 July 1907

THE MAMON DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, JULY 20, l007. V1F PAOB THRU- T For the strong that they may keep their strength. For the weak that they may regain their strength. For the young that they may grow in strength. Uneeda Biscuit the most nutritious food made from wheat. Clean, crisp and fresh. b In moisture and dust proof packages. NATIONAL BISCUiT COMPANY MARTEL NEWS. Muriel, July 20. Miss Cinriu Crock returned homo from Lnt'u Side Monday. Miss Blnnclii! Linsey, -Miss Mary Moloney unci Mis Klnin Burton lot' I for Lnko S1M0 TucMlny. Mrs. Lizzie Vanuatu of Syca more is the guest of relatives hero. John MeCuno has leturned home from Peoria, 111., tin account of his mother being seriously ill as the re sult of a fall. Plans far tho nifw union station Jiave heen made. Martel is promised a new Jepot in about two montliH. Mi's. Georgo Decker of Columbus is tho guest of relatives hero. Mrs. Alice Evans has returned homo from Lornin after a two weeks' vfeit with her son, Harvey Kerr. Mrs. Berth...

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. — 26 July 1907

T.f I PAGE TOUR THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1907. I. Daily Mirror. ff. BUKOESS ..".Business Manager A. C. HOLLAND Editor P. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FUR JN1SHED ON APPLICATION. ffH ! !! ! I P . This paper receives the Scilpps McRaa Telegraphic News Service and Market Reports. RATES"J Or SUBSCRIPTION., Single Copy ,:c..2o For Week by Carrior ..... .-r. .10o By Mnil, per Year $4.00 Semi-Weekly Mirror, per year $1.00 Both Phones r No. 0 "Weathei for Ohio Fair, cooler to night, batumay ralr. MEAT- SHOPS ARE INVADED Women at Philadelphia have Riot Over Increase in Prices. 1 E. M. Santee, n United States dairy inspector, declares that the inilk sold in Cincinnati is tho worst in tlio United States. This is prob ably accounted for by the well known fact that the water of the Ohio river at that point is about ithe dirtiest to be found anywhere. Philadelphia, July 6. Tho Jewish quarter In tho southeastern section or this city, was tho scene of wild dis order...

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. — 26 July 1907

THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1907. PAQIS riVB UK. K ,-x EXCURSION PRICES CREDIT Ladies Wash Suits $9.00 kind $5 98 $7.00 kind $3.98 $5.00 kind $2.98 A few odd suits worth up to $7.50 for $1.98 just the thinii for an excursion. Como in Tonight Marion Clothing & Cloak Co. Wmmammattmmitm LINCOLN PARK lo theScene of Annual Picnic. Sunday School Tho entire Sunday school of the Cavalry Evangelical church spent Thursday afternoon and evening picnicking at. Lincoln pnrk. Nearly every member of tho school was (present. Games wort played and va rious sports were enjoyed. Toward evening tho young people enjoyed n picnic lunch. Thirty days treatment Tor kidney bladder troubles and rheumatism tor 91.00. Your money refunded If not satisfied. Plnoulea contain no alco hol. Do not derail?" tlio stomach. Eaay to take. Sold- by Flocken Drug Stora. 6H&RRIES MHMHMHi Wo will havo a small ship merit of cherries for Satur day's trade. Ordor oarly. 7 Deliveries. F. J. LUSGH GROCER. N.H....

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 26 July 1907

Jl.Hijlll-')WWPl'U lil.lg,i II'IIii'Oii q'lfty y iii,ja$p...w-j ..-i - .fr., " vfr vS rjJrrVf "d-"FT5 ' FACE ors THE MAI&ON CXILY MIRSOli, FiUD'AY, JUE 20, IW7T SKSWrwitwfi VI) M i wlk I.! . iff 1 bj Union Station Time Card EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, HOT. S HORTH BOUND. Ko ,1 T:00 4:20 Pi" S: Si SOUTH BOUND. No. 10 I'- atn NO. 88 ,noR n No 82 linrmn No. 84 - P No. 38 lm Dally. No. 38 starts from M&rioa. No. 39. etopfc t Marios. No. 39 wU ! Colummii nt w n Sundays. ERIE mmROip No. 10, Chautauqua Ex.. 12:30 air No. 8 Now York Ex.. 5:40 am No. 12 8:G0 Rm No. 4, Vestibule Limited 0:15 imi .No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 pm No. 22 nrriva 0:20 pin O. w. division No. 14 11:20 pin Daily except Sunday and legal holidays carries passengers, but no baggage between Hammond and Marion. No. 9, Chicago Express 12:45 am No. 3, Vestibnled Limited 10:54 am No. 11 420 I'm No. 21 7:00 am No. 7, Pacillc Express 11:00 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9. Cincinnati Express... 1: IB am No. 3,Vestibuled Limited 10:5...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 26 July 1907

M y s. il d &- r r ft 'i ottflgwaaaoQaoq VENGEANCE Dr DURKE JENKINS. OQOGCCCCCCCCCOQOQOfX (Copyright, by Joseph" B. Ilowlca.) - Straight up tho shlmmor of heat roso from ncorchlng Bund, mfleckod by a pnlmftil of wind. A Mistering mn still bent upon tho back of tho traveler headed west; for It waa not Ket noon. Tho squeaking Btlrrup-loathers chafed rnsplngly against tho cowhldo boot-legs In tho monotony of tho llttlo pony's pace, whllo slung holslor and felt-covered canteen thumped tho thigh with occasional Irregularity. Tho pack animal, head extended In unwilling lead, and out of tlmb to tho mount, clattered stones In wearied clumsi ness. Tho horseman woro n bluo flannel Rhlrt-, two bitltonn open nt tho throat and sicove-rolled to tho olbow, rovoal Ing a thick chest and forearms, deep ly browned and sinewy. Occasionally, nt a stumblo of tho little beast that scorned to feci tho heat, tho mn'n would Jerk him up and, for a moment, would bo somewhat shaken from tho thoughts which s...

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. — 26 July 1907

I) t UWftlV ' pa6i mm TM MAMON DAILY MOtROlt, mPAY, JULY 26 1907. in i hu.ii.. i i- ! i i j... i - . - HHnHHnenRHBBnan inn THESE ARE BUSY TIMES At Kleinmaiers Clothing Store. The wonderful selling of high grade clothing and furnishings at unheard of low prices still continues. Spring and Summer Suits $5.50 Suits now $1.75 $9.00 Suits now $6.75 $10.00 Suits now $7.76 $15.00 Suits now ....$10.50 $20.00 Suits now $15.50 $25.00 Suits now $20.00 Men's Outing Trousers $2.00 Trousers now ..$1.40 $2.50 Trousers now ..$1.85 3.00 Trousors now ..$2.13 $3.50 Trousors now .,$2.59 $4.00 Trousers now ..$2.98 $5.00 Trousers now ..$3.65 Negligee Shirts 50c Shirts now ....43c SI. 00 Shirts now.... 83c All $2.00 Shirts now ..$1.53 All $1.50 Shirts now $1.23 All $2.50 Shirts now $1.93 All $3.00 Shirts now $2.13 All All Summer Underwear 25c Goods now 21c 39c Goods now 31c 50c Goods now 41c 75c Goods now Clc $1.00 Goods now 81c $1.60 Goods now ....$1.19 l3 OFF ALL STRAW HATS Kleinmaier's Summer Clearance...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 27 July 1907

ARioN' Daily Mirror. M PAGES I TO 8 SECTION i ONE "'V . , !' ArAllION. OniO; &ATUHDAY EVENING. JULY 27. 1907. VOLTJAtOS XV. NO. 298. PRICE TWO CBNT8 The m y ar iy in m.i- klH i iWti! tl JUDGE FINISHES CHARGE AND JURY RETIRES AT 12 O'CLOCK Instructions Given by Judge Wood to Jurors in Haywood Case Sti at Naught all of the At torneys' Oratorical Efforts and Fervent Pleas-Charge Covers Every Point. BULLETIN. BoIbo, Idaho. July 27. Tho jury retired at 12 o'clock 10 consider tins verdict In tho Haywood case. iBolso, Iduho, July 27. Frantic or atorical efforts of attorneys Tor both Btate and defenso In tho Haywood mur der trial wcio scl at inught today, by Judge Fremon Wood. Tho court, In its chargo before tho Jury retired to consider tho fato of tho inino lcador, made It clear that Haywood was not on trial because ho was an officer of "Western Federation of Miners, nor because of trouble In that state, but for tho murder of Frank Stcuncn berg. On tho surf.ico tho Instructions scorn t...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 27 July 1907

-PKr,'wwrf,sf. p$smm.''Fp TP". 4 i-$wi fl i i I I & 2A0I TWO tmmmmm n ihiihj" 1 11 rii.'jn'WLa.tT POLICE PAIL To Capture Degenerates Who Assault Girls. SERIES OP CRIMES In the Suburbs of New York City Puzzles the Police and Dismays People in Many Towns. t New York, July 27. To the series otA unpunished crimes against young gltls which dally of lato has exasper ated tho police and put parents In the outlying districts In an ugly mood, were added for Investigation Friday the cases of Virginia UnrUh. 17 yearn old, and Annie Falkoweko.ago 5 ears. So notorious have become the cases of assault, amounting In two recent Instances to murder, that Police Com missioner Bingham has been driven to explain that his army of policemen Is insufficient to cope with this par tlcular species of degeneracy. Ho has warned fathers and mothers not to al low their Ilttlo ones to wander aim lessly In the streots. The Darlsh girl has been drUen In sane by Inhuman treatment, an inkling of which was Ilrst g...

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. — 27 July 1907

,n "" THE MAItlON DAILY MIRROR. SATURDAY JULY 27, 1907. KKQB VKKH.: m . V- or 1 IV 'IH Drink beer and keep well Beer N good for you becnune it is made from a most nutritious grain - and flavored with a most health fut plant. Ehrenpreis ia the best beer for you because it is brewed Just rlht, and ia then aged cold. Only 3 per cent al cohol, and the greatest Doctors say this Is burely enough' for health. "Brewed by Dostul llroH. In Hu cyrus." "docTmeatqerman DELICACY.' Consul Says 7,000 Animals Were Made Into Sausage Lact Year. Washington. Germany Is n great (consumer of "hot dogs." This fnct Is mado known to tho stato depart ment by Consul General IITt at Anna berg. Itn says that 7,00(1 canines of different breeds wore slaughtered and consumed, most likely in tho form oi hot saiisngcs, In Germany during tho past year. Horso llesh Is evidently inoro of a common food supply and is not the relish that "dog" seems to be, according to tho report, Tor 182,000 horses gavo up their lives to ...

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. — 27 July 1907

Sft" vpiyMvr' ""C 5PTvw r ii i,qfiiw"jkiffifj$- i-pv T vWTjJin ( PAGE. TOUR THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY JULY 27, 1007 ftvff Wtt tyiyfn It P. ', lit t I I It v H- i r r THE Daily Mirror . 1J. BURGESS ...Business 'Manager A. 0. HOLLAND Editor P. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATE8 TUR NI8HED ON APPLICATION. This paper receives tho Scrlpps McRae Telegraphic News Service Mid Market Reports. "RATES" Or HUBSOllIPTION,, Binglo Copy . . . : 2o For Week by Carrior . .....i. ...lOo By Mail, per Year $4.00 Semi-Weekly Mnror, per year $1.00 Both Phone- No. 0 e - Wcntlit- f.i Ohio Fair, cooler to night, anu'iiuy ralr. I he m.ui who has to push the mower can't see much beauty in Ma rlon's wide, velvety lawns Just now. The evangelist has gone and the rnayor is now able to enjoy a peace ful night's sleep. Do you suppose lemonade or cock tails will bo tho beverage at that Ced ar Point legislative reunion1 If every "other ciop-falls, the out put of candidates this fall Is liound to bo ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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