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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 9 August 1907

The MarionP Daily Mirror VOLUME XV. 2. 300. MAHION, OHIO, lUXIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 9, 1U07. PBIOE TWO OBUfTP. I ' r ' V X y &? u MOORS THREATEN TO EXTERMINATE FOREIGNER! w Moroccan Cities are Besieged by Natives and Moors Who May Swoop Down at Any Time Foreigners are Fleeing to Vessels For Protection and Others are Heavily Armed. ,Gnly the Guns Flora the Battleships in the Harbors Have Prevented the Tatol Destruction of all Foreign Residents Horrible Atrocities Perpetrated Upon Jows Whn are Captured French Soldiers Have Been Compelled to Fight Continuously Since Landing at Tungier Attack Upon City is Expected at any Moment. Tangier, Morocco, Aug. 0. A lioly war in Morocco lias broken with full -force today. Tangier was attacked atxl from this city to Cnpo Nm along tho ctiro western coast, the Moors aro In arms de termined Jo lrio out every for eigner while in tho interior Agita tion is spreading lUpidly. Tribes frohi the furthermost comers oE Morocco aro sending their lighting me...

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. — 9 August 1907

T r lafaMMjjt 1 t " VtT'TI JflWW- "fHTp -Tf-HrfinWPfw' - yj ...yj.u.. M,,,,,,, tpKY'V'Myijfiy PAOE TWO THE MARON DAILY HIKROft. THUllcJDAt. AUOUflT 8, 1907. e- iih" iji1 i 'f y ' i iii. tLT-ywwwi fT ii nnvmiymfmmmrmmmi9mmmeimmimt&'im!memmrmmtiHn MYSTERIOUS Conclave of Railroaders Is Now in Session. wt ' fil D00RS-ARE10CKED Conductors, Brakemen, Firemen and Engineers Meet in Secret Session at Cambridge Springs, Pa. Cambridge Spring, Pa.. Aug 0. Much mystery aurrotinds tho meet ings ot tho railway representative! nt the Hotel ItMcr In this place Sen clone behind closed doom have boon In progress for nearly n week, but no quiet have been the meetings and no successful havo tho members kept tholr presence a secrot that eou newspaper men of this place wore not cognlrant of their presence. An earnest endeavor has been made to keep tho matter tinder cover and hotol attaches havo boon warned not to offor tho slightest Information So far ns can bo loarned hero, ofllcora representing the ...

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. — 9 August 1907

THE MAIfoN DlftLV MnM)K, FRIDAY, AUdUST 9' 1907.. PAGE THREE, am fr rff h- vf, , . PLAY UL Im rar&juJL Only a nickel admis sion to the best treat oi your life. i gpM HW liU ZIT the winning ginj snap that is maldnf runs everywhere. Get on to its curves." NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY No Half-Way SorkM Servico at This Laundry. We take an honest prideSu a perfect Laundry service. Why shonld'ntr we ? CASTOR I A For Infants and GhilUren, The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of (iaSlrfff&fc&X P lUSINESSI From Mitt factory 500 pairs Men's Shoos and worth $3.50 will lie on the one price $1.98 I. III. HflYFER I J 212 W. Center St. mtmtmmtamsjaMmmimmm 1 COAL TALK Let ua Book your oriler now for AuBwaCcoal dellyory. Too warm to talfevabout tool, you say? Wei, the darly buyer Kota soTjoral achuita- gea. Let's talk about it. Mozior & Rtioads North State, Goal Ftei. HHWUMMNMMHMi MffllTEE not to shrink wfado and we guaranteo to do batten berg ollovor laco or drawn work without ruin...

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. — 9 August 1907

'''gr"'''''; ur--v ' " )k' - .1. , ,...,.,. , . ,. v, ",- . i" a PAGE rOTJTl THE MARON DAILY MIRROR, 'FRIDAY, AUGUST 9 1907. m M- THE Daily Mirror. D. BURGESS ...Business Manager !A. C. HOLLAND Editor I M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FUR WlSHEDJvOH, APPLICATION. Thlr papeOWcelves the- Scrlpps McRaa" Telegraphic News flervlc and Market Reports. RATES 01' SUBSCRIPTION Bingle Copy . For Week by Carrier .:- 10o By Mail, per Year $4.00 Semi-Weekly Mirror, per yoar $1.00 Both Phones No. 0 WEATHEK- Partly cloudy, pos sibly showers tonight or Saturday warmer "aturdoy. Political Aunoimcements FOR REPRESENTATIVE. (To the Democrats of Marlon Couuty: If you think my efforts on behalf of .Democracy and W. J. Bryan in the campaign of V9G and 1900 entitle me to the nomination for Representative to tho Seveaty-Beventh general as- semhly of tho State of Ohio, X will certainly appreciate any effort on your part for i.ny support given. M. B. CHASE. FOR JSTIOE OF THE PEAOE. The friends of...

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. — 9 August 1907

n page rxva j " THE MAHON 'DAILY MIRROR, TRIDAY, AUGUST 0 1907. p? - " Tr ffniitrt jRrTr K i X far &r I. v- as r . Meet us face to face. -. Nr !.. A ' I Bcatte $.50 Sell the besbswork or dress shoes and have tho orgeat variety Fruit and Vegetables aro scarce. Our Saturday markot will be supplied with tho boat of evorythlng. BLACKBERRIES 0ANTEL0PE8 WATERMELON BANANAS ORANGES All kind of vegetables. BOTH PHONES F. J. LUSCH GROCER. Cor. Stat ft Cnttr tta. TURNER'S Fancy Groceries ' Harvest Cooking Apples Hucfeqberries Blackberries, Red RaSqrricB, Poaches, 0 an telope MefehWatcrmelons, Wax Beans Eggntl Sweet Potatoes, Sweet OonN Good Ripe Tomatoes. Glvo ua your order. Wo can fill hem satisfactory. Chas. Turner & Co Home Grown v Blackberries "Wo aro now getting a good Buiwsf. fine h&me grown berries. Theprlcolls no hlgh- l or for insra .wani is i iu shipped berries bf Inferior quality. Try us on BlUck borrles both for your daily u'so and for canning. PER QUART 15 CENTS. PER B...

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. — 9 August 1907

", l ft. ft Yt i I v. K Y PAGE SIX t2'.:; j Dftion Station Time Card BFFKOTiVH JAN. 1, 10T. .-jity MOkTa BOUND, SSI M .10:28am (no afc -. 4:2 Dm No. 87 W'M J No. 29 :1Bm gOUTH BOUND. No. 10 i:Bj " No. 88 7'-20 m N0 8i.. l0!.2n No. 84 l!pm No. 88 MV Dally. No. 88 start from Mario. No. 89. top at Mario. No. 89 will lw Colutubue M w Bn Sunday. flew York Central linos BIO FOUR ROUTE Wi3T BOUND. No. 17 : 0:40 am No. IS 9:62 am No. 27 2: Pm No. 6 : vm No. 43 7:30 pm BA8T HOUND. No. 16 1:8 n No. 46 1:17 pm No. 10 6:27 pm No. 16 7:25 pm No. 20 11:14 Pi" All trains dally axcapt local and He4. t and 10. h, . NBBEROALb, Ticket Agent. Phones ltoni 246; Bll 177. Sffect Jan. 1, 1907, For further Information regarding trains, call Informitloa vparator, Ither 'pbona. FRIF RMILBOftF No. 10, Chautauqua Ex.. 12:30 air No. 8, Now York Ex.. G:40 am No. 12 8:60 am No. 4, Vestibule Limited 0:15 pm .No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 pm No. 22 arrives G:20 pm C. . D1VIHION. No. 14 11:20 pm Daily except Sunday and ...

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. — 9 August 1907

Y fc f "!i" l I'iuji i imujj iiu ow 772$; 1 In the wlldq of Tcmapaml, northern Ontario, a section of country, 60 miles square, covered with lakes and forests Is known as tljo Temanaml For est Reserve and has been net aside by tho Ontario government as a park where tourists and sportsmen aro welcome. It Is ono of tho most beautiful districts Jn America and filled with fish and namo. CLARK CABIN FAMOUS LOG HOUSE NEAR LOUISVILLE CRADLE OF NORTHWEST. One of the Moat Curious Landmarks of Kentucky, from Which the Exploror Otnrtod, Is Still Standing. Louisville, Ky. Just south of this city, between tho tfowberg and Bards town roads, thcro stands a log houso, moro thnn a century old, which Is ono of tho landmarks of American his tory and which may ho dcHlgnatcd as tho cradle ot tho great northwest, for It was from this hoiine that tbo I.owls nod Clark expedition Btnrtcd on Its Journey through tho then unoxplorcd wilderness to tho Paclllc coust In 1803, Tho houso Btnnds to-day nlmost as It d...

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. — 9 August 1907

KiLT PAGE UfQHT SHE MAON DAILY MIRROR, TKIDAY, AUOUM 8 1&07. HLt-M mji ilmh.ii "nil. i'ln I..... . Rffiln t V Mr K.LE1NMA1 ERS Tomorrow 4iA net will UU.v7Q all $10.00 Oattug Salts Tomorrow 4 n no wlH 3W.90 7BK lo- Tomorrow hfl f0 WU' Qy choice of CPZiUD all $4.00 Outing Trousers Tomorrow t $1.85 Tomorrow 1 $2.28 will Tomorrow Will aira.i nn. will buy choice of OOC all 50c Wash Suits MISSIONARY WORKERS DISCUSS MORMONISM Interesting Meeting ' Held Thursday. was First Christian Church Ladles Plan ' to Educate an Orphan, Child. r-l-,!j n?M? HSKUlIt The Christian (Women's Board of missions of tho First Christian church held a regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. J. A. Wldcman, of Oak street, Thursday afternoon. Tho topic of tho day was "Mormonism." The program was opened 'with dovo tlonal services conducted by tho pres ident, Mrs. Frank Thow, and the pastor, Itev. LoUoy E. Carter, led In prayer. Two papers dealing with Mormonism were read by Mrs. Frank Tbew and Mrs. Mary Wasso...

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. — 10 August 1907

. v. 'a. X Daily Mi If e Ma t.lUI'i 'I'tff, Section ONE PAGES I TO 8 VOLUME XV. NO. 3A0. MAltlON. OHIO SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST (0, 1907. PlilOIfl TWO (JBNTg. 'tT RION AaanMT RROR. I I I " v "PS1" m FOUR TONS OF DYNAMITE EXPLODE One Hundred Persons Injured, Some Fatally, But no One was Killed Outright A Number of Houses and . Several Freight Cars were Blown to Pieces. Doublet. Colo,, Aug. 10. Ono hundred persona were injured, some of them fatally, a number of houses and sovernl freight ears were, blown to pieces. ind trafllo on tbo rail road was temporarily paralyzed early, today, when four tons of dyna'mite, in a freight ear of thu Colorado and Southern railroad ex ploded, Tho most surprising fea SEVEN KILLED Car. of Dynamite Standing on Michigan Central Tracks at Essex, Ontario, Lets Go With Terriffic Force Every Building in the Town was Shaken and Many Destroyed. Essex, Ont., Aug. 10. Abo-.it 0 o'clock, this 'morning, a load of dy namite standing on a freight car at the Michigan ...

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. — 10 August 1907

tvt if" "? ,"s &t f tf t I I I! I j? i I Il" clerics. I IV i i L p ?AGB TWO DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION In Session at the Court Uouse. CONLEY 'IS NOMINATED By Acclamation for a Second Term. Three Candidates fr Second Nnml-natlon-'-Poitlon of Ticket Named By Acclamatluo. The denWrtits t MuriOn town fchip. in convention m the iflllrni ary director' office at the court house, this nfloruuon, nominated Uiurlett 11. Couley lij acclamation fox iiw tmctmd tfiui :w justice of thd peace. The n'm was well lUlcil with voters i thu time ami the motion win earned without a dissenting v0,e- 'll'lL' motion lvitl td for giving the second nomination lor justice to tlie candidate leeeiv Mg the largest nuinlier of votos at the primary, lusting irom 2 o clock until I o'clock. Tho candidate fr the second nomination of justice are Chnrle E. Gompf. David E. Vestal and Charles -ITaiTinian. Tho remainder of the ticket Was named by acclamation a, follows: Trnsteea Jalnes Reynolds and T. J. Graham. Clerk-T. J. ...

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. — 10 August 1907

w -I r Ul '""' '""'-' in-iinin';i iu.ni IjjjjjH jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjiB VjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjI jjjjjjjH jjH i.jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjI H 4jjjjjjjjjjjj! jjjjjjjjjjjjj R Tito Kind You Ilavo Alwnys Bought, anil Which lias been in nso for over 30 years, 1ms borno tho signature of jn-yjp .c 't has hccnmnilo under his pcr- CzAJvrffirfrfirA, Bonnl supervision fllnco its infancy. irsjrt -cctcsMl Allow no oiio todccclvo you in tills. All Counterfeit!, IniltiiUoiiBmi(t"Jusl-iiH-good'nro but Jfepcrinicuts tlmt trlilo with nnd endanger tho licatth oC Infiuils mid Glilldrou Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR I A Caslorla Is a harmless suballlulo for Castor OH, Paro Rorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Jl is Pleasaul. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotlo fiuhstancc. ltd ago is its guarantee. It destroys Wornifi mid allays Fovcrlshness. It cures Diurrlitcu and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho X'ood, regulates tho...

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. — 10 August 1907

iNi'HWwfriy"' m" 0 jt I PACffi FOUR I Tun" " Daily Mirror. rr. 7 Hi BUIiOESB ...Business Manager 1 fl. HOLLAND Editor W. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor I Subpoena- scrvors, whou Boarcliing i - ' for the Oil, King neglected to look "ADVERTISING RATES rUR- fr tt servant of tlio noonlo nnd flMBHED ON APPLIOATION. ,hig probably ncC(mnU for thcir troublo in finding their ninu. THE MARON DAILY MIRROR,.- iATURDAY, AUOUBT ip, 1007. " ff l'V:ofelltr-liYgcrs( ot al will1 Iv iil a little while. Fornker 'ill discover that tlio law, upon winch Judge Lnndb fined tkonu b uuo tttitiitfoiial.. IklJiXg1 SThla papor receives the Scilpps cKae Tolographlc New Swriw and Market Reports. URATES or SUBSCRIPTION- feinglo Copy .-.. .2c For Week by Carrier ,... 10c By Mail, per Year $4.00 femi-Woekly Minor, per yoar fl.00 oth Phones No. 0 Chicago's old political boss is dead but Gcorgo B. Cox is as lively aa over, despito iho fact that an effort was recently mado to bury him. jjgAi . J Weather for Ohio Fair tonigh...

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. — 10 August 1907

frrpFWeX-1 "i" " "?3rt T"i1'fw(r- "m '" 'W'fffPIWf ''" wniWKJWP ?Wr jfjj"' fWf!"- ' rr'7vi?--niTWf-jn'irT"TWnTWl'B!'' ' ' . . v. -'fT'WJ,? X THE MARON DAILY MIRROR, SATUBDAV, AUGUST 10, 1907. PAGE THIRTEEN i -4M LETTER FROM FIRE MARSHAL The last of owr MID-SUMMER CLEAN-UP SALE Contains Somo Interesting Statistics. 1 , OFF ON STRAW HATS lA OFF ON SUMMER CLOTHING COMPARISON IS FORMED i twi-it niwv y T "Manhattan"-The Quality Storo. I TONIGHT ft MART & WADDELL I JALE I OXFORDS 0 I x V fe- f V ifc I OPEN UN OPEN UNTIL 11 P. M. Ov, " (Diza?L ' MARipN,OHIO, ,130 80UTH STATE STREET. Fruitand Vetabls aro scarce Our Saturday markot will bo supplied with tho best of everything. BLACKBERRIES OANTELOPES WATERMELON BANANAS , ORANGES -J All 'kind of vogetablea. BOTH PHONES F. J. LUSCH GROCER. N.B. CoF. Stat fc Cntr t. Home Grown Blackberries. Wo aro now goltlnea good supply of nno home grown berries, Tho prlco Is no high er for thsra than it la, for shipped berries of Inferior quality, Try us...

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. — 10 August 1907

A-.tt, I ,f v vJ"r '' " ' '"" 'piiV t r tfAOB BIX Union Station Time Card WFFEOTIVB JAN. 1, 1J07. riPSMiini W i Mil W I , NORTH BOUND. No. Ill T:09 m No. 83 ' 10:25 am No 8B 4:20 pm No. 37 10:f0 pm No. 89 :10 m SOUTH BOUND No. 10 v :M wn No. 38 7:20 m No 32 10:25 an No, 31 ..... 1:35 pin No. 36 ...................... 7:15 pm Dally. No. 38 start (mm Mario. No. 39. stop at Marios. No. 39 will 1ti Columbus t. I ni n Sunday. Hew York Gontral Linos HIU TOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. 37 f:10 nm No. 19 9:52 am No. 27 2:00 pin No. 5 r. 4:32 pm No. 43 . : 7:30 pm RA8T BOUND. No. IS .... 19:48 am No. 46 12:17 pm rio. jo ..................... :7 pm No. 16 7:25 pm No. 20 11:14 pm All trains dally except locals and No. 5 and 10. h. H. NEBEROAXIi, Ticket AKnt. Dion Horn 216; Ball 177. Kftoct Jan. 1, 1907. For further Information rcardln trains, call Information perator, lthr 'pfaon. ERIE BftlLROflP No. 10, Chiiulnuqua Ex.. 12:30 air No. 8, Now York Ex.. 5:40 nm " No. 12 8:50 am No, 'J, Vestibule Limi...

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. — 10 August 1907

A V k it Jm FARMERS TO HCNIC SOON ft. Annual Outing Takes Place August i5. PROSPECT NEWS NOTES Ic Cream Festival at Marion Park. Village People Leave for Summer VlBlts-Many Entertain Guests Frpm Marlon and Other Cities. Prpspect, Ohio, Aug. 9. (Special) Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Adams have returned from their western trip ntid stale that they enjoyed It very much. Mrs. W L. Cox and Mis. J. Orlf fltli who have ben. the guests of Mrs. Georgo Stlffler at Marlon havo re turned home, Mr and Mrs. Win. Clcarhlser left oh the excursion to Niagara Falls,' llov. and Mrs. J. J. Hnlllday and Mrs Frank Miller wero visitors at the home of Mrs. J. D. Miller at Itlehwood Thursday. -i . - '. J 'Li ,'".., .X , !,. I B,v?u" u" "?"'"," .:."'". i, "stalling electric lights at tho conn- nhrk Tuesday evening August 13. '-Mr, Lesher, a prominent Jeweler of AflilcyrUs wns u gilest Wednesday of Mr. Ben Hurr. Mrs. llnrvey Wolfley nnd Mrs. Simle Kyle spent Friday at tho homo of xrta Tnhn nnvl nt Undnnr. Mr, and Mrs ...

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. — 10 August 1907

"ft '-- -f - 1 PAGE EIGHT MABON DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1007. re In 1Tofr You Hmw& Until mm Subscription on the WO increase THE to p. - i w -------- - I R- If LOTS OF WARlll WEATHER VET TO COME TONIGHT All Outing Suits All Outing Trousers All Wash Suits At Big; Bargain Prices KLEINMAIERS OFFICIAL CROP REPORT Showinir the Conditions on August First. SHOWING IS VERY GOOD Pnctures- Condition compared with an average OS jwf -rent. Apples Prospect compared with an average 28 per cent. Peuehes Piospeet compare! with an average 23 per cent. Poais Prospect 'compared with un average & per lent. Grapes Prospect compaml with an uverage 07 per cent. Berries Product compared with un average 08 per cent. There is n material difference in tho wheat prospects from that io ported by th olllcial correspondents ono month ugo. the piopeet Tor the state, us a whole being now esti mated at 80 per cent, compared with, any average a gain of, ono point over the estimate of July 1st. This ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 10 August 1907

U iS i &&; i Air 1 " ' r , " ;' i"' r".-"- J-' K. - i !.. SECTION TWO F PAGES 9 TO 16 VOLUME XV. NO. 3X0. JVLABION. OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING, AUQUST 10, 1907. IMIICE TWO OENl'fil. M -Z'X.f "W V , KENTON WILL HOLD .A REUNION si Daily I T4 ARIOM IRROR. A" X V fe y 'H. t- h? ?. X mmmmm MARION jl rf - v . 1 'to .k ' 1 1 -'' -r "0 O ,,,rl I ' THE ROUTE. I 1 . Jjk .V I HPHE tour will leave Columbu at U OEL A VA ? . ' J. g ' 7 o'clock Friday morning-, Augiut j I" 16. Tho flnt town on the route will ' I m ' ' Lancaater, then Clrclevllle. The ( M DirtllA I 0p for dinner will be made at Chilli- 1 .. I V rliivn - cothe, From Chllllcothe the tourljw 1 . . '.1 111 go to Washington C. H Xenla 1 , , , . Bnd Dayton, where the night will be 1 - " At 7 o'clock Saturday morning. . I " V rJOV August 17, the start will be rriade for I "" '-H 1 Troy. Plqua, Sidney and Bellefon- 1 ' I ' ' taine will be passed through bofore I -,, " 1 tho stop for dinger Is made at Ken-. n r'NlSH) I ' ton. From Kento...

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. — 10 August 1907

-A PAGE TEN THE MARION MIRllOR, MtlDAY, AUGUST 9 1907. i r. ..'.nnWAy h HDIANS SLAY ATI v-.:( HIS HERITAGE By Byon Williams. RED8KIMS MASSACRE 8-AL8 DAILY IN HARBOR AT BOSTON. Wf fkfV1H4ft:vrt ymr' t S MWi-i---WP----" ---WSMWS-WWl- lj-Mglw - ..T-.- . i inn -- "" ' '--..--i .. - i. ii- ! -- Wli iii-mt1 I' MHIM 'UH ' , III I i - B.y r BAREFOOT BOYS mS , ' By Byron Williams. jtatrjgdraagagJ I I fc &.. v V$iere the road leada along with a lilt and a song, '" jjf am trudging again In the glisten- Ing grass; Iam whistling a tune that Is piquant with June kAnd the glow of the morning Is gild- Ing the pats. Ar lam driving the cow o'er the rooy- jj tipped brow fOf tho hill that Is tinged' with the L, hue of the corn, Ad my heart Is as gay as the crooned roundelay ffrhat the river is singing with glee to the mornl i! lR.ni barefoot and tanned; Just a boy In the land EThatJi made for aboy, where tho fragrance le swee :et And the song of the world la the air that Is purled -rotn the dales a...

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. — 10 August 1907

,--p X ft E r Y ." PRINCESS HERMINIE OF REUSS. Tho PrlncPBH IUnnliili of Itrusn h nrcounled one of tbo most' beautiful woolen of qpynl blood hi the (ieriimii einplie She 'Is ii sister of tbo unfortu nate young prince Henrj XXII, who would lm Urn reigning prlnco but for his Insanity 'I bo piltielpnllfy or itcum n n Hmnll one, but (bo lolgnlag-family of tbo older lino, to which tho young princess belongs, Is very nnclcnt. Tho TrinccBs Ilennlnio Is In her twentieth year. "aininiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijmuiiiuKiiHiHUwaaw - WbM WsSMMb ' -A I flit' x- vm Z&J1 miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiniiinniiiijiscy miss Lola Hawthorne. A queenly beauty is MlbS I.ohi Iluu limine, whom New York photoginplicra have posed again and ngnin with highly artistic results. There mo bounties who ennnot nit beforo n eanicrn with mRceNsful icsults, uivil theio nro othera to whom pleturu posing comes uatuinl. Miss Hiiwtborno belongs to thw latter class. nrSITjjlIIIIISII "" I mill nun . ijuj WltAW...

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. — 10 August 1907

n mm VUB. .PAai! twelve THE MARON DAILY MTRttdl SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1907. ' j I iff frH-i-f-HiH'" , 4 rr(rAiltcti1r(rCrbrrCfrCfZptttrtx i' V V Glances at Baseball K .. -J .. .J J." -v A1IIOII priced manager often mhkes baseball team a big mopey winner. At the Borne lime It should not be forgotten th'at he, rati also make a team a big rribney liser This latter observation appl'en most strongly to Edward Han dh. mnnsr-r of the Cincinnati Beds, who. It was recently announced, will no't be retained by President Garry Herman i another year. Hanlon lias bgfn refined another year's contract with the Beds. f Hermann was In need of a lesson ntt to the futility of a baseball manager lining on his reputation, Hanlon has supplied that need. Hanlon tins dreamed, and the fans helped him dream for many years, that he Is the greatest living ball manager that ever handed a release to a bush leagtio re crult, and all simply because he war manager of the famous old Baltimore team that copped several ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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