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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 August 1907

-p-fw "- p-j r t 4 V V -l r l. r n W 1 i V' $ THE MARION DAILY MIH110R, 1 .J.UR3DAY, AUQUST 1, 1007. PAGE flVJj BH I ,H 'Jkkks B kkv kkl kk kVH H ikkt ikY kH kVkfl kkrH H kkkkkkasjlkkkka ' kkkkakkakkV kflkka kVJkka 1 EM H B IH jB H laH 1 1 P BB VaflL 1 m V !' 1 1 I (I aBal pvpvpvH pjpflBaai pflBBT ppfli iBflpUBflaH ! u pppXbpshpY Ahm ! ! Bpsm jobbbbH kW BkaB H H ! kS sHIbH aHI b tor H H H V B HB rB kV kV PnH kaBBk4H B 'Ht iB b Bl jHL jBL JkmM ' 'JBL "iBHBi: rJHJkm JhHLjHHBJHV IbbbbbbbbbbL H IIa l Hh SHIh SEH OUR BARGAIN COUNTERS-SOME. THING HERE FOR EVERYBODY 48c 98c $1.25 $1.98 Beginning FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 2nd. and con tinuing 15 days, SHART & WADDELL will offer their entire stock of low shoes at money saving prices. There is to be nothing reserved, but .we expect to oiler you any of our well-known lines in this sale. Below we quote some of the prices. These are only a part of the good things we ofler you. THIS IS THE SALE YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR. MEN'S Hanana were $fi.00, n...

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

JsyV -p&'-vV-" " - PAGE SIX Union Station Time Card KFFEOTIVM JAN. 1, 1107. iJdlWlWUM i 'LJil'ti.l NORTH BOUND. Mo. tl ra No. 83 lo:26 ul No 35 20 P No. 87 l0;E0ptn No. 89 :10 P SOUTH BOUND. No. 10 :l;o m No. 88 'sO m No 32 ,, l:i!G n No. 34 1:3C fm Ho. 36 . .r 7:1 Pra Dally. No. 38 BtarU from Marlon. No. 39. BtopM at Marlo. No. 39 will ! Columbus at fta Hi Sundays. - " ' ERIE ml imm No. 10, Chautauqua Ex.. 12:30 air No. B, New ik fix.. Ik-IO am No. 12 8:G0 am No. -1, Vestibule Limited 0:15 pin .No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 pin No. 22 arrives 5:20 pm C. K. DIVISION. No. LI 11:20 pm Daily except Sunday anil legal holidays carries passengers, but no baggage between Hammond and Marion. No. 0, Chienjio Kxpres 12:15 am No. 3, Vestibuled Limited 10:51 am No. 11 'l:'- ) No. 21 7:00 am No. 7, Pacific Express 11:00 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9. Cincinnati Express... 1:1G am No. 3,VestibuIed Limited 10:5!) am No. 11 Dally , 4 :25 pm Dally sxcent Sunday. Now York Confcral Linos big ruun ii...

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

tf THE .MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY. AUOUflT 1, 1007 .' 1 TAGn flEVErf j. WfWWHyWP r V y h- $ Beeny's , Bestf Room - ill ! By Kathryn Jnrboc. (Copyrlfeht, by Joseph U. Howies.) 8ho wna chrlstoncd Vorbeny. By Iho time alio was old cnoiiRh to rcrognlzo her own name, II had de generated to Hceny. Mr Lombard, with his ncrca to till nnd hlo Ihlllo to food, did not" liellovo In love or 'affection. Mrs, Lombard paid little hood to tho child. At tho ago of 30 she wna atlll going to achool becnuso Bho waa lesa In the way thcro than Bho was at home. It waB lato In tho autumn when Vcr bony wan 1C that tho now teacher enmo to tho school. Tho man's name was .lohn Cpx, and ho waa aa uncom promising as tho name, lie was tall, long limbed nnd broad-shouldered, with every niusclo tense and rigid. Ho mnd but a short nddrcss to tho school, and then ho called tho roll from tho old list mado by tho old teacher. "We will take a moment to change thla," he said. "Wo will make n now roll, and ns I call Ui...

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

I PAGE IIOflT TE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, AUOUST 1, 1907. h I KLEINMAIER'S FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY TUESDAY Four More Days Of Kleinmaier's MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE Have your had you share of the good things offered at this annual bargain feast? There's yet a nice assortment for late comers clothing, hats and furnishings- but the selection tomorrow will be better than the day to come. Come tomorrow or Saturday morning if possible. PITCHER HALL BREAKS HIS ARM i i During the Coppers-Lawyers Ball Game. Followers of Blackstone are Defeat. ed by a Score of 26 to ix at Webb Park. 4t j ,j , sq-Hi?? 'One of tho most peculiar accidents that ever occurred on a local ball yard happened yesterday afternoon In tho came between tho coppers and tho lawyers. Hall, tho fllngcr for tho law yers, attempted to deliver a spit ball and broke his right arm at tho el bow. Ho used a peculiar under hand motion In thi owing tho leather and thp spectators In tho grand stand heard the bono snap. The feature...

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. — 2 August 1907

DAILY Mirror. The Marion PBIOE TWO OBNTB MAHION. OHIO, JfltlDAY EVENING. ATJCHJST 2, 1907. VOLUME XV. NO. 303. A X w hi My 3 ' il M r t r v- ,w Iff REUNION OF LEGISLATORS OF OHIO NOW BEING HELD Big Ball Opens Legislative Gathering at Cedar Point-Talk-of Coming Legislation is Rife-Prospective Candidates on Hand and Getting Busy. NO MORE DUELS WILL BE PERMITTED BY GOVERNOR tfntftinn Kurt O rtllnlfnrr mi tnlli?nP wlll bo tofohilpd by tho provisional govcrnmentvj In conseTitJcricp'pf ' a ro- ... ... n lt.J. IlflflM l.llt nnllHttt. In which nun wall ullnlitlV hurt, Governor Mugoon lins given or ders to the chief of the accrct po- llco to cxcrclBo the utmost vlgllnnco to uprevcut Hlinllur hostile meetings. Governor Mugoon declares tlint IT the present law Is Inadequate to check the practice of dueling ho will Issue a drastic decreo. SandUBky, O., Aug. 2. Tho Roso county local option bill, now tied up In tho temporanco committee of tho Bcnatc, whom It was sent during tho last term, Is tho ...

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. — 2 August 1907

,yiiw,!lFtfm:qmiww?wr iwwirww.iP'fWiiV ip"'' "p ""T";t' ' . ? K ' T ' Fs Ik y rAQB TWO HOT SESSION Of Republican Conven tion at Tulsa, I. T. W WILD v Was, Created by an Orator's Effort to Stampede the Convention, but He was Unsuccessful. Tulsn. 1. T.. Auy. I'. Gov. Frank Front- was Inst night nominated by acclamation for governor of tlio pro posed state of Oklaliqnm by the .re publican stato contention. The convention adjourned until to dr without completing the ticket. Air. ,1'Vnntz Is governor of Oklahoma Territory, lie wits a Rough Itldor captain at iho San .tuan lilll fight In Culm, mm Is un Intimate friend of President Hoosovelt. Frantz domi nated the convention and his nomina tion was accompanied bv u remark able demonstration of onihuslnsm. Tlio following telegram was receiv ed from President Hoosovelt, to whom ii message assuring him of the en dorsement of 'ho convention was sent; "I have a special feeling for Oklahoma and Indian Territory and assure them of my support to an...

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. — 2 August 1907

X y ',- V s Roll or Glide, The Grand IM rr gi 0. E. Pony, Lossoj ami Manager. y TUESDAY, AUGUST 6th THE FAMOUS LAUGHING SHOW Childhood's Idyllic Fahy Story Ful ly Characterized and IllutVrated. SAVILLE'S PRESENT TIME Humpty - Dumpty PRODUCTION. Most elaborate and complcto pre sentation of "Old Mother Goose's" Fairy Story over given. Introducing ttfo Peerless Panto mime Clown of America, MR. JOHN McDONALD, and 215 Met ropolitan Entertainers. Singers that can sing. Dancers 'chat can dance, tint can Entertain. Flrst-Class Vaudeville Acts. Prices 25, 35, 50, 75c Cotton Used by New York. Now York city consumes 118,160,000 pounds of cotton each year. , COAL TALK Let us hook your order now for August coal delivery. Too warm to talk about coal, you Bay? Well, tho early buyer gets several advanta ges. Ljt's talk about it. Mozier & Rhoads North Stato, Coal & Fee. REriEMBER We move and store your goods and do all kinds ot transfer work. Phone 155. PEOPLES TRANSFER CO -'(MILS---WALL PAP...

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. — 2 August 1907

Yi I r. IS f PAGE TOUR . t r rr rr J THE Daily Mirror. 17. BURGESS ...Business Manager A'. C. HOLLAND Editor I. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor 'ADviRtlSING' RATES FUR- WISHED ON APPUOATION. fc - - - " ' ' &. This paper 'receives tho Scrlppa Jlclta Telegraphic News Bervlc juid Market Reports. "rates 01' SUBSCRIPTION, Single Copy ..; .r..Za For Week by Carrier ..;.-,. ,10o By Mail, per Year $4.00 Semi-Weekly Miiror, per yoar $1.00 Both IMmiiP' ..r No. 0 .Weni'icr f.11 Ohio Pair and sllsht ly coder irmlght. Saturday fair. Dnn'i lot these cool evening breezes lead you to Imagine that mimnicr is nhont past. Another circus Is coming. (The political bee Is probably tho pnly species of the busy Insect which docs not have Its spirits dampened by the Incessant rains. (Dolphin M. Dolman retires from tho Thaw case with money ahead, but with his reputation as n peerless crim inal lawyer considerably damaged. Jn making preparations for bis per iodical hunt for the North Po'e, Rob ert E. Peary Is ...

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. — 2 August 1907

rTTff ' THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, IltlDAY, AUGUST 2, 1007. PAGE FIVE V , w I'd I PYTHIANS FORM PLANS For the Annual Lodge E n cnmpmbnt. PROTECTED D01E CIRCLE Will Meet Tonight in Red Men's Hull. Mr. George Neely Is IUected LCuIef Forester by the Modern Woodmen Lodge News. Jlonorlng Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ack eiman, Mrs. X. Hennnii, Mis. (Jcorgo iDlum and Mr. .Morris Lcdcrmnn, tlio Dontcher Uund nnd Druids entertained lil the hall of the former Thursday nlKht. The HlTnlr was a farewell for tho guests of honor who will leavo Hhorlly for n trip abroad. Ed. Martin, of Upper Sandusky, rendered a number of violin boIos nnd several musical numbers wcro contributed by members of both so rlctles. Hlnborato refreshments wero served, after which Fred Isslleb act- made by a number of tho prominent members ana each or tno guests 01 honor were called upon for remarks. T.ho affair was cine of the most pleas ant given In lodge circles this season. The Uniform Rank, Knights oE Pythias, met last night mid...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 2 August 1907

r r" r jmt --t-t -r " ---' - "ir nrr -? - ypr-T wrr vrwivn 1 "-'nT fli -t r'i((5(jp - ivn-iny-wr- j;f,W F"BVrp VTf ItrPW1 PAGB SIX THE MAftlOK fiXlIiT3IRK0Kt yrRIDAY, ATJCrTJUT S, I90V. ,r' V 19 iJ V Union Station Time Card SFFECTIVB JAN. 1, 1107. MOUTH BOUND. Kr,. 1 7:00 in No. 85 ...... 10!2B MU MMn 1K 4120 Pin MNo !1R : P'n rNo. S7 v 10:r' Pw No. 89 10w SOUTH BOUND. No. to ' -M ra No. 88 7:2 fcln No n2 10:!!5 fctx No. 84 l:3Bpm No. 86 ':1 m Dally. No. 38 start from M&rloa. No. 39. stops nt Mario. No. 89 will Hat Columbus at I pm U Sumlays. New York Central linos BIG rOUH HOUTE'j WiCST BOUND. No. 17 Hi'lO nin No, ID 9:G2 am No. 17 "(") I"" No. S 4:32 pm No. 43 7:30 pm KAHT BOUND. No. 18 10:48 am No. 40 12:17 pm No, 1U C:27 pm No. 10 7:25 pm No. 20 11:14 pm All trains dally oxropt locals and Noa, S mul 10. l. a. NjfinRimALti, Ticket Agnl. Phones Home 240; Bull 177. Kffect Jim. 1, 1907. For further Information regarding trains, call Informitloa operator, eltbr 'phou ERIE RfliRQf...

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. — 2 August 1907

' tWW'TTT' " rrT irr-)P r Tfl'lPtlJ' ;pr. w r nfnmnM'-rff - - a Tfw wf jv rf tiv " '"-r I v r i r lu 1 1 U s H Howard's Gall II U girl In the ruf lied luce waist shook hor head re gretfully. 'Isn't It a shamol" alio said to the young woman In tho vol vol suit. "I'd Just lovo to coma ovor nuil play cnids tlila evening, but Howard Mngriidor Is coming to call. Jitieh tinulsnnco!" "Telephone lilm that you havo a liutuliicho." cheer- fully suggested th" girl In vclvot. "I llilnk such libs iiro disgraccfull" declared the glr) lu tho ruined laco waist, flimly. "No nmller what It coat mo I should scorn lo employ such a method lo escape an tinwolcomo callor. I" "Sof-ms to mo Howard calls heio an awful lot foi an unwelcome poiboii," suggested her friend, "You never used to bo slow about getting rid of people you didn't want to boo. Itenirinbor liow you mado me go to tho door and tell Tom that you had been called out of town when all tho while you wore giggling behind tho parlor portieres?" "I...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 2 August 1907

f f A0B siasf THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, """' 11 I I.-HI FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1907. ALL 50c ALL NOV? Ne WSr 43c NOW I2.0P,jK2S. $1.49 Jlrl II L ALL.. NOW across- 4ic wear Wash Suits Wash Vests Oafing ALL 50c ALL $1.50 ALL NOW 38c NOW 98c NOW $7.50 S $4.98 ALL NOW Rfln BeIts Td UUu Suspenders 41c NOW 39c NOW 42c ALL I 50c . ALL NocK wear Fancy Hoso Missionary society ELECTS OFFICERS Annual Meeting is Held at Uncapher Home. Forty Members of Free Baptist Society are Present at i Annual Picnic. I LP Thursday tho ladies of He! Free Baptist Missionary society, held their annual picnic at tho country homo of Mrs. E. N.. Uncapher, south of town, on tho Prospect pike. lAbout fifty members and a number of guests assembled at tho Unca pher homo at 10:30 o'clock," all bringing woll filled baskets, .and at he noon hour a bountiful dinner -was served. After a short social session tho president called tho ladies to order and tho following oflkors wero elect ed to serve for tho ensuing year: " President...

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. — 3 August 1907

Ml w& The Marion Daily Mirror SECTION ONE PAGES I TO 8 VOLUME XV. NO. B04 MARION. OniO, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 3, 1907. PBXOE TWO OBNTS A V A r STANDARD GIVEN Judge Landis Says Trust Must Pay $29,240,000 For Receiving Rebates-Fine is the Limit Allowed by Law-Defense Takes Exceptions. Chicago, Aiu. 3. -Judge Kcncsaw M. Landis in tho fcdcrnl court today lmposod a fine of $29,240,000 on tho Standard Oil company of Indiana, cdnvlctcd by u jury of receiving re bates on oil shipments. After tho court concluded rcadjng tho decision, 'Mcrrlt't Starr, attorney for tho de fense, objected to tho final entry of the order because tho Sandard's law yers wero nqt present. Judgo Lan dis said it W3B agreed they wero to foe there and honco tho request would j receive no consideration. Starr moved lo set aside and vacato tho Judgment no being a violation of tho eighth amendment of tho consti tution, which prohibits tho infliction of oxcosslvo fines. Tho court over ruled this ns well as a number ...

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. — 3 August 1907

9pVjFf7&'r rryrrtrxfv- wyi t "wr 7 t "" V-TV " VFPRIjvfy,-Tttk$ri--T ' CT$ . t t "asjtr, iw-ris4rmtintiyf- pr -itt . 7T TWVT3nr?,)f-""- TJHrfFfyTlw ? vr - fin? f PAGE TWO THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, PgiwmwtMwywiMww sa Xk OLD PUZZLE Of How to Put Three IPints Into Quart Cup STALLS WISEACRES. New, York Public Service Commission Wrestles with Transportation 'Problem and Is Floored. Now York, Aug. 3. Officials or the Interborough-Mctropolltan Co. were quizzed Friday by William M. Ivlns, special counsel to the public' service commission, In the desperate hope that, by once more turning over the mass of information possessed by these witnesses, the commission might discover a solution of New York City's transportation problem. Conditions familiar to ovcry one who travels within the city limits were rehearsed and nt the day's end the Investigators fouud themselves confronted with the old puzzle of how to put three pints In a quart measure, Jn other words, the one ...

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. — 3 August 1907

""jptFflQ fCfWtjJ yTY l"'"" Kyr-f V y u JLUIU J ' i II...J- Beer is a , food drink It Is made from Barley a most nutritious grain and Hops a most healthful medicinal plant. Ehrenpreis is the be3t-tasting beer because special attention is given to retain the flavor of the malt and hops, and then is aged cold. Only 3J4 per cent alcohol in it. The great est doctors say that amount is good for you. "Browed by Dostnl Hnm. In Bu cynifl." The Grand 0. E. Perry, Lessw and Manager. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6th THE FAMOUS LAUGHING SHOW Childhood's Idyllic Fairy Story Ful ly Characterized and IllusYrated. SAVILLE'S PRESENT TIME Humpty - Dumpty PRODUCTION. Most claborato and complete pre eentation of "Old Mother Goose's" Fairy Story over given. Introducing tlj Fcorlens Panto nriino Clown of America. MR. A JOHN McDONALD, and 25 Met ropolitan Eutertainora, , Singers that can sing. Dancers hat can danco, that can Entertain. First-Class Vaudeville Acta. Prices 25, 35, 50, 75c From the factory 500 pairs Men'...

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. — 3 August 1907

i age rour. THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1007. " ' '" "'"' ' '" - ' ' ' '-' . - ,w m llf !' TMI: Qaily rorJl r . -nrmnucii RiiainiiBa Mnnntrerlt' IT. ' BURGESS . . .Business Manager IA.&C. HOLLAND ....Editor iF. M. AitMoiKUu..VHy iuuui ADVERTISING RATES FUR- flSnED ON APflilOATiun. This paper receives the flcxippa McRae Telegraphic New Service and Market Reports. . BATES " Or SUBSCRIPTION r Bingle Copy .2o For Week by Carrier "'"J1?!! By Mail, per Year J.M 6eroi-Woekly MiiTor, per year $1.U Wcsthor foi Olilo Fair tonight and Sunday warmei Sunday. Awl now they have discovered the Arii crust. Well, there's one thing nuns thera will never be a monopoly on vflsh stories. to Eress dlspat:hcs state tlmi rraces or Kotji and silver have hcen found In the, soil ahout Lorain. In tho end, the stuff will probably prove to he waste material from the steel plant Over In Vienna u man was praclcal ly exonerated lor the murder of his daughter because he put up the ex cuse that sh...

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. — 3 August 1907

PAGE FIVE - THE WARNER & EDWARDS STORE. R.VGS AND CARPETS Everything that goes into a house in the way of Hugs, Carpets, Linoleum Shades, Curtains, Draperies, Awnings, Porch Shades. MART & WADDELL'S 432 THE MAUION DAILY MIRItOR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1907. Smart & Waddell are offering their entire Stock of OXFORDS New Fall Styles in Rugs and Carpets are now being shown, to make room for the new stock and to close all the Spring styles, We have placed in a pile Smith's best Axminster's and Smith's Velvet, a V y r . 9x12 yxlz ALL SHORT LENGTHS OF -CARPETS 10 TO 20 YARDS AT REMNANT SALE PRICES. WARNER dfc EDWARDS MISS BLACK STILL MISSING SEARCHING PARTIES ORGANIZED Five Hundred People are Expected to Turn Out Sunday to Assist in the Woman Hunt Blood Hound Fails to Find a Trail That Would Assist in Locating the Missing Woman The Hearts of the People go Out to Mrs. Cruikshank Who is Working so Diligently to Find Her Last Sister. Five days and nights liavo passed Hlnco Miss N. A...

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. — 3 August 1907

'.V.' n JPAGE SIX the marion vjfcwmtt6&A'!vnirAXfK TLvcmt igofcTt)' m r i . I ; It e ,i Union Station Time Card MFFJJCTIVlfl JAN. 1, HOT. llMUMM wXrwM&ftfe NORTH ROUND No. 11 .7:00 am No. 33 x iu;zd am oa ..---- nr 4:ZO Dill No. 37 10:B0 mn No. 39 l10 '" BOUTII BOUND. 'No. 10 iNo. 38 8:C9 tin 7:20 m ............... . ... No 32 10:25 mi No. 24 1:36 P No. 38 7:11 pm Dally. No. 38 starts from Marloa. No. 39, stops at Mario. No. 39 will lr Columbus Rl w on Sundays. Now York Contral Linps tmu row. ROUTE WK3T 1IO UND. No. 17 No 1U ..,.. No. 27 (!:!() nm , 9:02 am 2:00 pm No. r. 4:32 urn No. 43 7:30 pin MAST BOUND. No. Ifl 10:48 am No. 40 12:17 pm No. 10 0:27 pni No. 16 7:2G pm No. 20 H:H pm All trains dnlly xcpl local ami llos. E ami 10. L. . NBinHRQAMi, Ticket Agaul. Phonta itom 2(8; Doll 177. Effect Jan. 1, 1907. For further Information regarding trains, call luforniatloa psrator, lthr 'phono. ERIE RfliRQfl No. No. No. No. .No. No. 10, Chnulnuqnn Kx..l2:n0 atr 8, Now York Ex.. f...

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. — 3 August 1907

THE' MARION DAILY MIlllt6ll,. SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1007. PAGE SEVEN 155 ai v MO VtUo Gru U-, Y Struck with pitch-fork While Assisting Jin Making Hay. MAYOR THOMAS GRUBEK Causes Big Four to Come to Time. -From Now on Train No. 19 will Stop at Calcitonin -Residents are Happy. Calciloiilu Aug., :i-Mayor T. A. Grubor who linn been having war with tlio Big Four railroad came out victorious. Several days ago the may or commenced tult against the com pany for vlvolatlng the speed ordin ance which v.vi put Into effect on tho rciuoal to stop a train here. Tim date of the hearing was set for Monday but beforo the caso came to trial tho officials of the road stated thoy would llko to arbitrate tho caso. Tuesday aft (moon Supt. E. M. Cos tin of Clevelmd came hero and after 11 talk with tho mayor , agreed to Btop No, 19 l.tro regularly and pay "the costs of the suit. This mayor rubor agreed to do and the caso was considered closed. Mr. EiIboii It Allies of New York who for throo years has been, w...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 3 August 1907

i rjVVP? Ti ' V i) $ "PAOE EIGHT THO MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1007. KLEINMAIER'S CLEARANCE SALE Going! Going!! IT ENDS TUESDAY, NEXT. K KLE.IN IwlAI elR S ' Mf i y ' aaaaMawMawaMawaBaawWMW 1 I fi 5P r i . J t A r L i i I Ml - MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE I The Greatest Honey Saving Sale Ever Given By Any Harion Clothing Store, Big Bargains In Every Department. Come Tonight If Possible. Meet us face to face. We will treat you RIGHT. BEFORE YOU BUY Look in our shoe window and then come in and look over our bargains BEATTY & LONG, ?!SS8tt..!r:". AUTOISTS TO VISIT MARION During the Two Daya Pleas ure Tour. It LOCAL I I EVENTS II The Marion Steam Shovel Eand held a rehearsal Friday evening in the electric room at tho Bhops. Tho new band will givo a concert on the squaro Monday evening, Tho report o tho engineer on llio Madison avenuo ditch was approved yesterday afternoon by tho com missioners and tho ditch was or dered sold August 10, at 10 o'clock, at the county survey...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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