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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 3 August 1907

-t V r L$ J SECTION two VOLUME XV. NO. 304 . W. C. T. U. Devoted to the Interest of Christian and Temp-jo anco Work, Under the Supervision of 'Francis WillardW. C. T. U. and Directed by Mrs. Dr. Dugan,toW horn all Communications for this Colnmn Should be Sent. Victory tor prohibition in georgia. According ' lllc 1,ltcst lslmt:hcs tho statu prohibition bill will have pawed thu Georgia house of repre sentatives before this paper reaches it- reader. As it has alicady "pass ed the Msnuto, and tho governor is publicly pledged to sign it. this means that on January 1, 1U03, tho state o? Georgia will take its pace in tho ranks of prohibition states. It goes without saying that tomiicr ance people tho world over will re joice in this great victory for nght eouiness. Tho Atlanta Georgian declare that prohibition setitnent prevails amorig all classes throughout the utato an excellent prospect for the btrTet enforcement o the new law. The W. O. T. U. of tho state has maintained houdquarteis at...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 3 August 1907

THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1907. PAGE TFN i B IK U C. U li Splendid THK amount of the turf winning of Peter I'nn, llio son of Corn mnndo nnd Cinderella, nnp by Juntos n. Keene. In so Hensatlonal as to give him runk us one of llii greatest prollt makers of all tijne on the track. Of course this slate mclit Is made with due regard to the fact thai Peter ran Is only a throe-yenr-old Many n horse has won more lijopey In netual stakes than I'eter Tan, tour they were more than .three yearn old and so had had more lime: In which tut-xpand their bank nccoiihls. When I'eter Van recently galloped h&ihe a winner by a neck from Mct'ar tor' In tho classic Brighton tiaiitllozip at fjrlghlon UchcIi. New York, he added J2fl.t)00 to the list of hln winning. Jfis winnings for this your up to that timr had hf-cn $85,210 and represented his victories In such events as the Brooklyn Derby, .liine IB: TlitHl stake JUne 22;, Belmont stakes. May 30: Standard stakes. June 11,' and Advan...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 3 August 1907

tv Tr -rf'T i-.BITY " fT vtjr'-v A. - r I": Anonymous. AlltQtll. I fl,.ll Asr'I VTT7" f . mm$ tipEil fi'iilijd. of her, Ami such u Align vor ihr, Unit co no what Hut folks Is suy-lng Im Ml mil Oh ste mlclt - r m Y S 22 m - gEpJEEEE3EaJsarE5E ill to one, Won't dit to eliiH, dns iimfht Nlclit el . no speak to her, Find out and sprieli 7U ihr, Find's aus noeli -V .. i. - i a Se3 4- The young nmu with tho oeglossei was of a methodical nature. Thin, to gether with the additional fact that he had a deep Interest in the lluffy halred youug woman with blue eyes, forced a shocked exclamation from bis lips when she airily pi o tested that nho did lot keep an account of her ex penditures. "What's tho iibo?" she donumded. "1 always spend all the money I get bold of, anyway. When it's all gone 1 can't see tho good of being able to toll whether I spent it for chowlng gum or Impioving literature!" "I didn't know you were addicted to the gum habit," said the young man, sadly. The young woman looked...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 3 August 1907

V I ' I. L PAGE TWELVE IWHERE PSACE OBLIGATES MEET ft) The Rlcftlerzaal, where the second Peace conference It being held, stands fti the eastern aide of the Blnnenhof or Inner Court of the ancient official ulldlngs of The Hague. The Blnnenhof occupies the site of a palace built In ',250 by Count William of Holland. Within the court on May 13, 1019, John of Itiarneveld, Chancellor of Holland, was put to death by his rival, Prince 'fylaurlce. BELL UNDER THE SEA OVEL WARNING TO SHIPS OF APPROACHING PERIL. rfelectrlclty Conveyed by Cable From the Shore Operates Mechanism Sound Travels Five or Ten Miles Through Water. P Washington. A novel method to Inform ship captains or the approach ill their vessels to the danger zone haB been perfected In connection with the use of the system of submarine bell signals In places where the bell cannot be placed on u light ship or lighthouse. The electric hell Is hung fiom a tripod set on the bottom of the sea at the edge of the shoal ut the re quired ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 3 August 1907

THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1607. PAGE TIIIUTEEK' i A y i' ' y w. foi GREAT INTEREST 15 MANIFESTED In Ohio's Annual State Pair and . Industrial Exposition, to Be Held In Columbus, Sep i lember2,3,4,5, 6. NUMEROUS SPECIAL FEATURES In Each of tfio Seventeen Distinct Departments, and the Grandest Ex hibition In the History of the 8tate Assured This Year Knabenshue's Passenger Airship a Leading Attrac tionThe Home-ComIng Festlvltleo i Promise a Record Breaking At tendance As the tlmo approaches for Ohio's fifty-seventh annual Ohio Blato Fair and Indus'trlnl Exposition tho Interest' manifested by tho people generally, not only of our own ntate, but of tho sister states as well, ltullcutes that this grand stato educational .Institu tion Is to' add another laurel to her crown as tlio leading Exposition In the Union. Progresslvoness has over marked tho work of tho Ohio State JBoard of Agriculture, and as an ox-. TSS yr .' ' - Pw. GRANT'S COTTAGE empllflcatlon of a duty well...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 3 August 1907

jjpf -- pr t-ii - -Kr t v W- W V J?AQE FOURTEEN" 'S He Docs Not Score Much of a Success With It. GOES OUT AFTER SUBJECTS. Encounters Three, Who Prove to Be Belligerent Hie New Fad Attended I With Difficult!., and He Finally Hae , It Out With Mn. B. Copyright, 1907, by Homer Bpracue. When Mr, Dowser eamo home a few (Tellings since with n bulging packago under hit arm and it glad smile on his fu'oo, Mrs. Dowser, ot course, had n liiiturnl curiosity to know what he liad purchased. He would not give her nny satisfaction about It until after dinner, and then he asked: "My dear, has It over struck you that t had tun Instincts of an artist about toe?" "No, I can't say thnt It has," Bhe Qonestly nnswered. "That's because your inlhd has been On bargain sales. If there W 11 sole of t- CAT'S HEAD WHKHE THE COKE OCOI1T TO 11E. xvoraeu's forty cent stockings nt 2S cents n pair, you never fall to observe the advertisement." "Do you think you have the Instincts Bpoken of?" "Think! I know I have. I...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 3 August 1907

lAOE I'lFTEBN mwmtmBtmmmmm!mMmm mmvmfwmmmmniimwvmnrmmmmmmmnmmnmmttmmimri,t,t Vi r HER MAMA DID EXACTLY RIGHT Tlin MAllION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1007. gJTi. ' '.'.li.XJ'i 9 ii myy nam ,tsi TV n? i .. rT. ,c . ffnyJiL CflA SS 5u i o "J" 0 l TW vStCr Jl jAJi JiHJ JtZSS r i r j ffirouju .iirfA iKtfefe! 1 "ml-A)MMm ' UNULB JOK heard sens. Soint Lody whs in troulilo. And whonovcr and wherever nny ono was in trouble, then and there It was tho cuatoni f-f Undo Joo the Story Toiler to cstahllsh rollof hpndgi'nrters. Hence, lio went htinl liiK for tho sobber. In a coiner of tho nlcovu of tho cncral "ttlnc room ho I'AcovercU It Bccmcd a direct repudiation of jthe long lino of honorablo ancestors jtraceablo hack to tho days of the May flower, but nevertheless It was a lact Preston was a sneak, a cad, A man (wlth less cBotlmn In his makoup would Jmvo accepted tho pointed remarks nnd general coolness of his cami mates and the girls nt tho hotel as ovldonco coacliifllvrj nnd emulated t...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 3 August 1907

fsr-- wt ft -r ' ?-) ST ? f fxWirTfl5jWnpf (rjr- -Tiwr?i"HTW'W!WrflJr'TTI,''S I'V P SJVv?'''Wr ' .2AQB SIXTDEK. THfi MAMOM DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1907. 1 jnwr"ltWiq5f, jr, -rinfWrilTt'i 1 r AN OUTSIDE-THE-BOAT EIGHT Mr. B. A. Jessup, a prominent English oarsman, has suggested a racing shell with seats outside the boat, the Idea being to give greater leverage on the oars. This Is what an eight would look like In boat built on this principle. 5COGOCiCCCwGOCiC&C"CGftKWC5is"wK MAN QIVE8 UP MILLIONS TO DON , BLUE UNIFORM. ff -..-t George T. Tyler, Well Known Phila delphia Physician, Leaves Wife, Child and Lucrative Prat tlce to Enlist. ' Philadelphia. Society hero Is mys tified by the strange action of Dr. Oeorgo Trotter Tyler, who Is equally well known In social and medical cir cles. He has given up tho company ot his wealthy wl(o, worth millions In her own right: leaves behind his only child and abandons a lucrativo prac tice, nil to become a surgeon in tho United Stntps...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 5 August 1907

fc? The Marion I Daily i 'ST' VOLUME XV. NO. 300. MARION. OHIO, MONDAY EVENING. AUGUST 5, 1907. rMOE TWO OEKTB Vi Mirror. V r r CHRISTAIANS MASSACRED BY TURKISH TROOPS Persian Garrison Driven From Camp and the Town Bom bardedPersian and Turkish Forces are Now Marching Against Urumiah. Teheran, I'nrsla, Aug. G, A mas sacre of Christians by Turkish troops has Juot occurred in the llttlo Persian village of M-vaticli, An official ro ort Btntcs that eighteen men and slx-ty-tlnoo women and children lost their lives. The TurkB forced the small Persian garrison, defending the town, to evac uate their cam, and there bombarded DAYTON GIRL IS ASSULTED AND KILLED Traveling Man Who Was With Her is Shot Down While Defending Her Honor Tragedy Enacted Near tho Soldiers' Homo Believed to be Work of a v Degenerate. Dayton, O., Aug. 5. Miss Anna Marltowltz wis strangled and brutal ly assaulted by an unknown assail ant last night and died soon after. Abe Cohen, a traveling salesman, lies at the hospltu...

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. — 5 August 1907

B K: K I liWi- : . 1 I JfKfVCWIf 'li!H't'W'" "" 'V' '"" " "'"' '"I", 'lyiyim y"' tC1 J ir -(7 - o PAOE TWO TUB MAHION DAILY MIItltOR MONDAY, AUGUST G, 1007. H i ii i i i . . in i iiB(jwwiiiWwiPiwiwm RSKISMHHHHMXVwffliffiJKffiRfSRHS'KnRi mmmmmmmmmmmwmmm II 0. m H HJ IB H B ll 7 " One hundred percent increase in votes will be allowed on all subscriptions eBorted to the Marion Mirror office this week- Now if never before is the time to get busy and get every subscription possible. Don't take NO for an answer, see every friend and explain to them what their subscription means to you this week. I rwK L? LA T R-d i 1 i That will be made during the contest with the exception of the regular credits, that are to be given as a result of the winning of the daily honor certificates. By Carrier ' 10 Weeks, $1.00 15 Weeks, $1.50 6 Months, $2.50 ' 1 Year, $5.00, New Sub. - 600 ''" 1000 2000 5000 edule For This Wee MARION DAILY MIRROR By Mail '.,.'. ' '..5f & ; iM t: I'i .-v : tiL.M'.t- "' Pr-K...

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. — 5 August 1907

mv-n.'.fiTr'nt'Tniom "ir-n ' !1T'plflJ!irlJW '"'WSjl -ffSff"" r?HEW T-t-"xr- r" " if tvrv "1 f.V , , THE MARION DAILY MIRROR MONDAY AU3UST 5, 1907. TkQTZ TIUVB. -L y- .41 ii M hi V :Vi PF appetite "boom" irf t e children know j) a package of i ZuZu Ginger snaps. Can't be beat The Grand 0. E. Porry, Lcsaoo and Manager. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6th THE FAMOUS. IiAUaillNQ SHOW Childhood's Idyllic Talry Story Ful ly Characterized and Illustrated. SAVILLE'S PRESENT TIME liumpty - Dumpty PRODUCTION. Most elaborato and complete pre sentation of "Old Mother aooae'D'.' Fairy Story over given. Introducing thy Peorlo3a Fanto nanio Olown of America, MR. JOHN McDONALD, and 25 Met ropolitan Entertainers. Singers that can ding. Dancers vthat can dance, that can Entorta'n. First-Clang Vaudovillo Acta. Prices 25, 35, 50, 75c From the factory 500 pairs Mon's Shoos and Oxfords worth $3.50 and $4.00, will be on the counter at one price .98 I. M. HRYFER 1 J 212 W. Contor St. Branded as a Deserter. An army pensio...

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. — 5 August 1907

r lie f PAGE FOOT. Tun Daily Mirror. wuu M . " - ,, V. BURGESS ...Busmena Manager IA. C. HOLLAND Ed tor B?. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor 'ADVERTISING RATES FUR NISHED ON APPLICATION. Thia paper receives the Bcrlppa McRae Telegraphic News Bervk and Market Reports. ""rATES Or SUBSCRIPTION, Oinglo Copy Jo For Week by Carrier " By Mnil, per Year 5&.OO Bemi-Weekly Minor, per year $1.UU Both Phones r No. 0 Weaher for ( hlo Fair tonight, pre ceded by rain In northern portion. '.Tuesday (air. -, John D. has probably figured ont how he is going to pay that um-stoen Million, dollar fine. Kcnesaw Mouutnu will" hereafter Lave no attraction for the big oil king. .... - Commissioner Smith ha"s the nil Bocity to doubt that the Standard Oil romnnnv has reduced prices. prick, the steel man, is said to be optimistic. Weill He does not hold ny Standard Oil stock. I the prevalence of crime in New York is not soon checked. Pittsburg will soon lose her laurels. Cleveland republicans assert that they ha...

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. — 5 August 1907

yj?r irwp9j"-''P''" nT VWft frHE MARION DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1007. tfSK ?AOU l'iVB wibwimwhhw pnwmi K f , ? i ,v F r o xo ct, Ohio riERCHANTS' EXCURSION Under the Auspices of PROSPECT K. OF P. BAND ToCEJDAR POINT Via Hocking Valley and Dili Four Rys. TUESDAY. AUGUST 6, 1907. Train leaves Marion at 6.45 a, m. Tickets for sale on train. Adults $1.50; Children 75c. e- ttmaammmmmmm COAL TALK Let us book your order now for August coal delivery. Too warm to talk about coal, you oay7 Well, tho early buyer getn several advanta ges. Lot's talk about It. Mozior & Rhoads North Stato, Goal & Feed. immmmtmmmmmmm Blackberries This Is the week for can ning berrios. Order early and get the best. BOTH PHONES Citizen GOO Boll 405K F. J. LUSCH GROCER. N.B. Cor. Stat ft Cntr BU Another Improvement Wo liavo just installed a new doublo Electric Coffcu Mill. This h the only mlU in tho city that will pulvorizo coffeo. People who ha,ve tlio French drip pots can now get their coffeo pulver...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 5 August 1907

pTr ; rrw n-'nKnnnmiomvn 1t-ej ,i..3yit r; PAGE SIX THE MARION DAILY MlKROlf MONDAY. AUGUST 5, 1907. m dU. r 23 r Union Station Time Card PJFKCTIVB JAN. J, HOT. 1 1 nT9 FnfKVjK I rvM NORTH BOUND. No. 1 " No. S3 10:2 ,n No SB 4:2 P"1 No. 87 1!B0 Pm No. 89 !" SOUTH UOUND. No. XO ' am No. 88 , 7:20 an No 82 ...... 1:25 re No. 84 1:3B mo No. 36 .....' ': "n Dally. No. 38 tart from Marloa. No. 39. stops at Mariom. No. 39 will lw Columbua l I m n Sundays. Now York Contra! linos UIG roun ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. 17 0:40 am No. 19 9:C2 am No. 27 2:00 pm No. 6 ,... 4:32 pm No. 43 7:30 pm BAST BOUND. No. 18 18:48 am No. 46 12:17 pm No. 10 .. C:27 pm No. 16 7:25 pm No. 20 11:14 pm All trains dally except locals and No. 6 and 10. l. . HnnianaAUi Ticket Afenl. Phones Home 246; Hull 177. Effect Jan. 1, 1907. For further information regarding, train, call tnrormitlo perator, either 'phone. ERIE RMILROBP No. 10, Chautauqua Ex. .12:30 av No. 8, Now York Ex.. C:10 am " No. 12 8:C0 am No. 4, Vestibule Li...

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

'- YW0 PfttTft" " IT "ff "-TS'Vsp ? THE MARION DAILYi MffilW MONDAY, AUGUST C, 1007. PAOB SEVJJK" "."' '; '""l K A. y ffn L BRISK FIGHT Between the City of Pitts burg and a Monopoly. PHILADELPHIA CO., WJiich Controls Ihc Public Utilities of Allegheny County, Is Being Attacked in the Courts. Pittsburg, Auk. C Whnt promises to be a hard fought nnd sensational legal battlo Is now In progress be twecn tho city of Pittsburg nnd tho Philadelphia Co., n $100,000,000 sub' aldrary concern of tho United Hall ways Investment Co., of San Fran cisco, which controls tho public utili ties of Allegheny county. An effort Is under way to annul tho charters of Hip company. Gov. Stu art, of Pennsylvania, was first ap pealed lo with a view to havo tho at torney general of tho state enter pro ceedings In quo warranto against tho Philadelphia Co., but tho governor refused 1o glvo any Instructions to tho attorney general, desiring tho lltlga t'on should bo brought to that ofll clal's Attention In tho regul...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 5 August 1907

I PAGE EIGHT TUB MAR-tON DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY, AUGUST B, 1D07. X t, m i r t.r 'f I; I IK If' t 3 Tomorrow Positively Last Day COUNTY AUDITOB FILES STATEMENT July Report Shows a Gain I Over Last Year. Total Receipts of Month J Amount to $3i2.345.59-iBbutsc-ments Reduced. ? , County Auditor C I. Allen lias filed his nnanclal statement for the month of July. , ;,, fxThc recipts of the month In the county fund amounted to ?17S.7t and the Infirmary. J 1.02 1.55. From the ifhdlvldcd gcnaral tax the County re ceived $177,133.00. The liquor tax netted $500 and tho cigarette tax, $30.00. .iTTho sum of J25.10U.C0 was netted hy the Dow tax which together with tho vnrlous fees collected during tho month brings tho total receipts of tho nibnth to ?212,3I5.50. The overdrafts were- $12,GG7.4G and the balance- on July 1 was $180,380.42. $53,110.30 was disbursed during tho month, making a balanco of J350.02S.72. The overdrafts during tho month amounted to $:7,180.5G which leaves a total of J333,2e9....

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

.i1 T.i,,. ,, ,,, .. i. , "mm ifw he Marion? Daily -n J! i i VOLUME XV. NO. 300. MARION, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST G, 1907. 1UK3I 'JMO class. MIRROR. VILLAGES SURROUNDING l,,,l"ISABLANCA BOMBARDED COUPLE BELIEVED TO ) HAVE iEEW DROWNED Montreal JAii'- fi It la BUi-mlsed Hhlrloy Davison, son of Judge Dav idson, and Ml Hi tungsten, daughter-of Ilio late Sjrl William llfngalon, tlio Moorish Troops Fire Upon French Sailors and Five Officers and Six Men Fall-Spanish and French Vessels Open Fire With Telling Effect. . Alter a Lively Engagement the Moorish Officor Wants To Mediate and is promptly Informed that he must sur render to the French Consul Shore Batteries are Turned onto the Foreign Vessels but are Promptly Silenced. Tapglcf, Morocco, 'Auk. C Open hostilities rosulllnB I" Injury of live French offlcets and six sailors, a bombardment of tbo villages surround ing Casablanca by tbo French and Spanish war .ships with many casual ties among the Moors and the demand that ho Moorh'i...

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. — 6 August 1907

tl :.r , IB. II If -' ' R i .0 .E i'. i -' -'.-..Of . ....,,y j... W- PAUU TWO THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 0 1007. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 9K3y asHESua One hundred percent increase in votes will be allowed on all subscriptions reported to the Marion Mirror office thife week- Now if never before is the time to; get busy and get every subscription possible. Don't take NO for an answer, see every friend and explain to them what their subscription means to you this week. T JU TH La T IAL OFFE , That will be made during the contest with the exception of the regular credits that are to be given as a result of the winning of the daily honor certificates. '- dole For This Week Only f ') -.' v.; By Carrier 10 Weeks, $10 0, 1 5 Weeks, $ 1 .50 6 Months, $2.50 1 Year, $5.(5Q; l-Ki New Sub. $: V- 600 ,.fr innn MARION DAILY '.- By Mail V4-Months, $1.00 v. 2000 5000 Old Sub. 300 1000 ' 2500 tf Ai.'Af' ;6 Months, $1.50 ' 1 Year, $3.00 (?. K'V i:: NewSiiW;Ji:401d Sub. Mw'''-ba$ t...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 6 August 1907

V THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, TUESDAY, AUGUST- 0 1007. WWfWWffWWBIW r&mmi"fmBimmrmmmwmm "?"L A fc &' 'W . J-4.1 X W . ' ' y The Grand O. E. Perry, Lcssco and Manager. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6th THE FAMOUS LAUGHING SHOW Ohlldliood'8 Idyllic Fairy Story Ful ly Characterized and Illustrated. SAVILLE'S PRESENT TIME liumpty - Dumpty PRODUCTION. Most claborato and complete pre sentation of "Old Mother Gooso's" Tairy Story ever given. Litroducing tWd Peerless Panto niirao Clown of America, MR. JOHN McDONALD, and 25 Met ropolitan Entertainers. Singers that can sing. Dancers 'that can dance, that can Entertain. First-Class Vaudeville Acts. Prices 25, 35, 50, 75c Dogs Your Watch Koop Gooil Timo? If pot, brin! it to us- Wc mnko old Watches run liko new. Our Charges are Reasonable G. W. BOWERS From the factory 500 pairs ' Mon's Shoos and Oxfords worth $3.50 and $4.00, will bo on tho counter at ono price $1.98 I. M. HflYFKR t 212 W. Contor St. REHEMBER j We move pnd store $ your goads and do 0 nil...

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. — 6 August 1907

PAGE POUR THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 6 1907. c h JM Tllli f)aily Mirror. &L ... S'i B Una ESS ...Business Manager G. HOLLAND Editor '? M. ARMSTRONG.. Citv Editor Advertising rates fur- ;IUOliWUWtt Al"rUVJliv. l-t... .- iVes the CV JfcRaaColi 4News Ud Markot rvfA SPATES Or SUBSCRIPTION,,. 'Jgfoglo Copy .-,.. .2o Iftr Week by Carrier .-... 100 '3ty Mail, per Year $4.00 JSmi-Wcekly Mirror, per yoar $1.00 Soil! I'hniics v....r No. 0 Wl'A THICK -Showers tonight and jpoVible Wednesday. J .Judge Kencsaw Mountain -will "toon beat Teddy's record as n W trust buster" if tho president docs Uiot cut out that Oyster Bay. In the outset Rockefeller may ave taken Judge Landis for a Sucker, but before ho got through jvitk liim he must have decided he was- n "Whelp. I . . " V Tho prospective cnnunal prose- Jcution of John I). Rockefeller el lal might be taken as a i"kc were jit not that Judg Landis is in the I '(fame and lie promises to btanti pat." It is certainly to bo hoped that ...

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