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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 16 August 1907

page nvi wTwmaKmrmK3Lim-i immjium !"?$ SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS STATE CAMP MEETING & HARD and SOFT COAL I GREAT CARE THE MAR0N DAILY MIRHOB, TRIP AY, AUGUST 2, 1907. bss r y - V V i' 4 TVT- ?k u w is order for your winter's supply. B i r me wo ES On co Tomorrow Order early as thoy may all bo gone. A full dis play of vegetables and fruit at F. J. LUSCH ' GROCER. f.B. Cor. BtaU it Cntr Btt. c Telephone No. 28 vyhen you want feed of anyNnnd. More and bottek for your money thah else where. Givovus a trial. Prompt de livery and satisfac tion guaranteed. THE I Marion Milling & Grain Co. G. A. R. National Encampment. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. On September 6th 7th and 8th, the Erie, Railroad will Boll Excur sion tickets from Marion to Sara toga Springs and rotm at fro of $12 05 return limit Soptembor 17th. Upon -payment of 31. 00 at Buratoga, return limit will be ex tended unti) October 6th. Tor furtlie reformation apply to Erio Agents or 0 ,L. ENOS. Trav. Paw. Agt., Marion, O. REUNION ...

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. — 16 August 1907

v& m I ' PAGE SIX Union Station Time Card r EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, HOT. UHIiHi HORTH BOUND. No. II " PNo. 33 1:2B ara No 35 4:Z0 Pm No. 37 lu:E0 Pm No. 89 :10 m SOUTH BOUND No. to ' B:B0 am No. 38 7:20 ra No 32 10:25 U No. 34 1:35 pm No. 36 7:18 pm Dally. No. 38 start from Marlox. No. 39. ntops nt Mario. No. 30 will ! Columbus fcf 9 m an Sundays. flow York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WKST BOUND. No. 17 No. IS . No. 27 No. 5 G:40 am 9: 3 am 2:00 pin 4:32 pm No. 43 7:30 pm EAST BOUND. No. ,t 10:48 am No. 46 12:17 pm No. lo 5:27 pm No. 16 7:25 pm No. 20 11:14 pm All trains dally nxcapt local and New. E ana 10. L. JB. NMBKROALTj, Ticket AKnt. Phonw iiom 216; Bell 177. Effect Jan. 1, 1007. For iurthr Information regarding trains, call lnformatloi prtor, lthr 'phon. No. 10, Cliautnnqua Ex. .12:30 atr No. 8, New York Ex.. 0:40 am No. 12 8:E0 am No. 4, Vcstibulo Limited 0:15 pm .No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 pm No. 22 arrives 5:20 pm C. fc B. DIVISION. ' No. 14 11:20 pm Daily except Sunday nnd...

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. — 16 August 1907

-fr x r ) 1. i il r- sBVWdrcJiHrAPAwr rude Methods of Mining Discarded lor ivioat up-to-Date Ideas. Near thd center of tho beautiful mountain Island of Shlkokn. nnd ,Btnndlng rather mora ttinti 4,000 feet nbovo tho waters of tho Inland sea )f Japan, thoro Is a peak of sulphlda ioppor oro which lias become a cen- er of Industry popularly known hroilghout tho Island empiro ns lumltotno BcbsI. Hero, for conturlo9 oforo tho Industrial development ot he new world was begun by whlto men, the Japaneso wore mining In a crude way nnd carrying the oro dn their backs In small wicker baskets (such as aro still used for coaling ships at Nagasaki) down tho 12 miles ot nrduous mountain paths to the smelters on the shoro of tho Inland sea. To-day the marvelous .little work ers are still at tho pursuit of burrow lug out the mountain, but a vast ohango has come over tho methods ol working, says a writer In the En gineering Magazine. Where In tho ancient times only a paltry few hun dred baskets of ore...

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. — 16 August 1907

-i f PAC1E EIGHT THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, TRIDAY, AUGUST 16. 19071 f a ' ' ' 1 I H'J - -fit. mi M They're All In THE "STETSON" THE "GOTHAM" ,'THE BROADWAY SPECIAL THE NOX-ALL STYLES, COLORS ANDHAES nAT ARE CORRECT KLEINMAIERS STAG SOCIAL 'Planned by Members of the United Uretbern iCburcb. In order to arouse Interest utnoiiB the men of the city In religions af fairs the United Brethren uhurcb has raanged for a stag social to bo held on the church lawn, Tuesday, August 27. An I eo cream social is to be given In connection with the affair. The Marlon Steam Shovel band will furnish music for the occasion Those In charge hope to have a largo attend ance of the male population of the city. You Surely Know That it is to the best inter interest of any man or wo man to be well dressed. We want you Vto knW That ncTTSthwetorn in Ma rion can eo welhsatlsfy your needs as this storo in the way of good wearing appar el for men women and chil dren. W)lM43ft No other storo makes it so easy to buy fo...

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. — 17 August 1907

The Marion' Daily Mirror. SECTION TWO PAGES I TO 8 VOLUME XV. NO. 3XG. MARION, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17, 1907. PKIOE TWO OBNTB. V r h - PREDICTS ROOSEVELT WILL BE MADE KING Brother ot Senator Guggenheim Says if Teddy is Reelect ed to the Presidency, an Attempt Will be Made to Make Him the Permanent Ruler. Paris, Aug. 17. "Royal Rooso vcltt not yet but sooiii is the pre diction of. Solo'mon It. Guggenheim, one of t ho seven brothers o that nuuie who control the smelting business of the United states and a brother of Senator Simon Guggen heim, of Colorado. Said ho: "There is u. crisis approaching in tho United States. If President (Roosevelt eau bo re-cleclod. nU tempts will be "made to assure him ii permanent tenure of that ofllco. The consequences of so great u departnio from American and Re publican tradition are too great and far reaching to be estimated. "This 'may seem n revolutionary fcort of talu for a business! man but look at the way things arc going in our democrat...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 August 1907

Tf.fc.fCfMMi.i-..'-..-. PAGE TWO THE MAltlON DAILY MIRROR SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1907. -- -,Y W- EIGHTEEN ME NAMED AS CULPRITS IN 'REPORT ON PENNSYLVANIA STATE CAPITOL STEAL. tHEMACHINERY OFTHELAW Will be Set In Motion In an Effort to Punish tho Grafters and Com pel Them to Dlsgorgo III I. J Gotten Gains. faarrlsburg, Pa., Aug. 17. Criminal proceedings against nil persons con cerned In tho fraudulent transactions in connection with the construction and furnishing of Pennsylvania's $13. 000,000 capltol Is recommended In tho ilnal report of the capltol Investiga tion commission made Friday to Gov. Stuart. Eighteen persons aro named in tho roport as being Involved In ono way or another In the Irregular trans actions, and tho attorney genoral, through tho governor, is urged to act at once. Tho persons named nud against whom cither criminal or civil aulla aro recommended aro: John R Sand erson, of Philadelphia, contractor for furnishings; Joseph N. Huston, Phila delphia, architect, and Stanf...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 August 1907

t"Wtyip fcn' W&f&QfKt fi,'W(nr"wi v5TBe.-w i ' ' f? t r4( SWM"1 fc-' , ). y fr 1 I Li r t fc - - T-""- 7. , !zz?Z3F-zTmmmm''mmmmnMmmKmmmimmmmm!T7TTr?m"mm I A hammock for two ; Just you and I I the glorious little ginger snap. I I For what better company I W o&sk They're snappy and have m I pHBBHMBHkw ddBWf Tk -hhh uopo ,s C J fiail5El rrr; u From the! factory 500 pairs Men's Shoes and Oxfords worth $3.50 and $4.00, will be on tho counter at one price $1.98 I. M. HYPER 212 W. Center St. Turner's Market can supply your every want in the eatable lino. Fancy Homo Grown Toma toes Cauliflower Egg Plant Eiullvo Cucumbers Green Strung Bcana Wax BoanB Sweet PotaTi.003 Good Swcot Corn Watoraiolons Bananas Oranges Peaches Black Berries HucUle Bofnen are tho very be.st tho season af fords Chas. Turner & Co. FIREMEN HAPPY New West End Chemical Wagon Arrives In City. Tho West End firo laddies aro ull smiles today for early this morning tho lino now chemical wagon which the Public ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 August 1907

i.TMi,rMTjr!jfflhafc.irK,BagflK"Mr.Tiw.il tn iifciiiiMf iti'Min . 'y'-''-'S! ' ta6s tout. THE MARON DAILY MHtROlfo S ATURDAY AUGUST 17 1907. ,1 fy C2: s Daily Mirror. J. BURGESS ...Business Manager A, C. HOLLAND Editor F. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES TUR NIBHT.D ON APPLICATION. ThlspiPT rHCflViitliF Untlttl Press THn riipbli liu9Uirii.eiiu(1 llnrket Uuiioitt. grnpbl RATES or SUBSCRIPTION, (Single Copv c..2o For Week t amor ... ...10o By Mail, p.-. U-ar $4.00 fiemi-Weekly Minor, per yoar $1.00 Uotll l'llOIM'S i .... . 'r No. 0 V.'K; Tii'. I'..r Ohio Partly cl'.miv t n. 'Iij and Sunday. C1", SATURDAY AUQUST 17 1007. Political Announcements TOR REPRESENTATIVE. fTo tho Democ.uts of Marion County: If you thiol: my efforts on behalf of 'Democracy and W. .1 Hryan In the campaign of J.'SC anil 19(70 entitle me to tho nomination for Representative to tho Severity-seventh general nB noiribly of tho Stato of Ohio, I will certainly app'eelato any effort on your part for i.ny sup...

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

J-.' V-' fiv?. f THE MARON DAILY MIRROR, GATURDAY AUGUST 17 1907. rAQB J'lVB W'i ). ' t 1c if r Meet us face to face. Buying Today and Selling Tomorrow is practically the wuy we run our shoe store no dead shoe stocK here, means qnich" sales and small profits. B BATTY & LONG, WATERMELONS On co Tomorrow Order early as they may all bo tione. A full dis play of vegetables and fruit at F. J. LUSCH GROCER. Cor. StaU & Cauttr Bta. N.B. Wo opond a good deal of our timo in our bedrooms. Do wo spend what wo ought in tho furnishing of tho room? 1 It should be nently and conveniently furnished, nnd niny bo doiiQ luxuriously by purchasing hero. Wu ure showing a special lino of beautiful things at figures to suit everybody's purso. WEST END FURNITURE STORE. Bowman & Schoonbcrger. and COT PRICES on high grado wearing ap parel for MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN. This combina tion should interest YOU. i Somo of the- bargainn .in the window, but lots tho b:st ones aro picked beforo there is a. c...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 August 1907

fViT" " V "tTf1' "a?" ryr 4Wnr tfVTw' -nfft ( r ''m T" ""TUV J yf4 -r l " ;'.? ?XfJE BIX Union Station Time Card r EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, HOT. iiBiriinffmmTiTTiwiiJ a . HOItTH 110UND. Ko. 1 ; iNo. 83 10:26 urn No SB " No. 87 y-fllZ No. 89 1B ra BOUTH HOUND- No. 10 :" tm No. 88 ':20M No 8 10:25 m No. 84: 1J No. SB .... 7:U ,n Dally. No. 38 Urlj from Mario. . No. 39. etopn at Marlon. No. 39 -will 1T Columbia Hi I r Wa Sunday., Hew York Central Linos BIO FOUR ROUTE WEST DOUND. No. 17 0:0 am No. 19 .' :M am No. 27 2:00 pm No. 5 :32 l"u No. 48 730 pm BAST BOUND. No. 18 1: " No. 46 12:" pm No. 10 C:27 pm No. 10 7:2C pm No. 20 U:14 Pm Alt train dally except locala and Hot. C and 10. L. . NF.DEIlOAX.li, Ticket AfDt. phon Horn 246; 1111 177. Effect Jan. 1, 1U07. For further Information regarding tralnB, call information operator, althtr 'phon. FRIF railroad No. 10, Chautauqua Ex.. 12:30 air No. 8, Now York Ex.. 5:10 am No. 12 8:C0 am No. 4, Vestibulo Lirailctl 0:15 pm .No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 August 1907

r--"i we m'fKH1? 'WW. p,r r I g"gwni ii ii iiiiinit in t nMi., iiiiinrim minim m K HAYWOOD Sbv Willis Milh Tfc SOME Good beer is ) healthy When beer Is brewed nt ttie tight temperatures It becomes n food not an Intoxicant. Ehrenpreis beer is n food beer. The temper ature Is carefully watched and the results ore always the same a food beer of a delicious flavor. Only 3'j per cent alcohol In Ehrcnprci3 great doctors say that3 ju3t enough to be healthful. "Brewed by Dostal Dros. tn Bit- Cyrus. HE 13 A MEMBER OF THE NAVY YARD BAND. Fred Beversce, Trombone Player, Or ' dcred to Pay $36 a Month 'All' mony When He Makes but $32. ' Now York. Frederick Bovorscc, who playn tho trombono In tho navy yard band, Is trying to tlguro out u plan by which ho can pay ids wlfo $30 a month alfmony out of a total In come of $32 a month. All tho mathe maticians In tho navy yard and In his lawyer's ofllco havo failed to got any aatlsfactory answer lo this hard prob lem, but Hovcrsoo" must havo an an nwor. ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 August 1907

' ( -n ' PAOE EIGHT THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1907. CIRCUS DRAWS SMAU CROWDS Tho annual meeting of tho board was held at tho Commercial club this morning and at that meeting the question of selecting a manager was dibcimcd but no action was token. It is a practical certainty that whoever is fiolcctcd will be a member of tho team. Today Mana ger iFerd Dru'mm will retiro and Will return tp his homo in Canton. At the annual meeting this morn ing O. Wollonweber was elected president, Gcorgo E. Frank, vico president and L. J. Smith, secre tary nnd treasurer. Mr. Smith succeeds T. It, Allen. EXAMINATIONS MOST BE HELD ANNUALLY P Some Saturday Night Attractions at KLEINMAIERS THE WARNER & EDWARDS STORE DRESS GOODS For SCHOOL WEAR Cotton Suitings, Cotton and Wool Suitings and all Wool Suitings. A splendid assortment of Fall Fabrics, at very moderate prices. Troublo Over Parade Hurt Attendance. Complete Showing of New Fali Hats SEVERAL BIG FEATURES I New Fall Caps For Me...

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. — 17 August 1907

"8P" o. K SECTION TWO ARION PAGES 9 TO 16 1 ric xJLJLs X VOLUME XV. NO. 3 JIG. JVrAKICXN. OHIO, SATURDAY BVENINa, AUGUST L7, 07. PBIOB TWO OBNTB. il MluliiyWmifBiij-tvw mnMttm MIRROR BHM I y h i v 2 KV3S3XXVXXSViSXXXS3VX5XXVWXXSXVVXN!V.XXXX3k A NEWSY LETTER FROM THE NATION'S METROPOLIS Things Which nro Occuring in New York City Some of the Odd Things Seen in and o About ?XXXJXXXXXXXXVtXXXXXXKtftt New York, Aug 1C These bo par lous tlmos for Uic nobility In "Little Old Now York." Hero Just In ono dny' b nowu wo llnd two noblemen Betting Into Jail, unqtlicr getting In to bankruptcy, n third gutting the mltton from a wealthy widow and a fourth" listening to "Uiobo Wedding bolls." There's the Huron Kgon von Nuvclly, who admits that ho Is u formor officer ' In the Austrian army and a niembor of ono of tho oldest families In Vienna. Tho Huron has been living In bachelor apartments In West Elghty-flrst street. Ho's at tho Tombs now, still In bachelor npart monts and living on tho strictly ...

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. — 17 August 1907

PAGE TEN HOW YEGGMEN WORK Hobo Burslnr Not Llko tho Oltl tlmo Crnckomon. A Plnkorton detective Bays that tho average citizen lias no Idea of tho rx lont ot tno rams ot tho yeggmnn, or tramp vault nnd snfo burglar, during tqo last flvo years. From September 15, 1900, to the lamo dato In 1000, ho unjH in tho fyinknzlnc, theio were In tills country 718 banks nttneked by burglars with pxploBlvcs. From these banks ?SJ7, Vii was stolen. Those yegg or hobo burglars tiro '.bo successors of tho professional rracksmen who traveled on railroad tdalns. hired conveyances to nnd from the sccno of tho burglary, carried idols weighing from GO to 75 pounds, thd after looting a bank generally lived extravagantly In tho larger cities until their money was spent. With these the taking of a human llfo was an exception to tho rulo, only oc curring when necessary to escape capture Detectives were nblo from tho er niarka of tho old-tlmo professional burglars' work to decide very quickly whoso particular ha...

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. — 17 August 1907

i f8irniinnnMm THE MAItfON DAILY MIRROR SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1907. FACIE ELEVEN E ss -" ' X i. tfjfr ll T -4 &Hf k 1 F fit A WV B fa Iml vUr H iff ', wtt it3 i OF' TUB HiMiffiMUIiiHililHNHHI Glaavtwufr &zml&8W&2fcl. American Jockeys Abroad and Probable Incomes. I'rnhnble Kiirnlni!". $ 50.000 30.000 :uooo ,... ao.mm 1R.WX) 15,000 IB.OiKJ ..... lfi.OOO JB.OOO .... 13,000 16,000 16.U00 ,.;.. 10,000 10,Wi0 10,000 10.00(1 Jockey. Country "Danny" Manor. England.. "WDlio" Shaw, 6ermun ... FrM Taral, Austria "Johnny" Hetrf, France l.ucltn Iyne, Englnml H. Leu-la, Austria "Bkeots" Martin, Ilunguiy. 'Tommy" nurna, aormuiiy N. Turner, Franco J. Rauscrl. France M. Henry France Winnie O'Connor, Frunre... in appneer, j-runce E ii wormacK, iranco wi muun, i' I u Rnntlrnr Tfnli. J. Jloar, Hiintla J. Vv'lnneld, HumIh H. lierkenrutli, Hunisnry.... H. Shield. Franco John Tarni, Austria V. Mclntyr. France M, Miles, Austria J. Wiley, Franco W, Gannon. Austria Fi Turner. Belgium Bt nigby, A...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 August 1907

PA&2 "TrETVE THE MARON DAILY MIRROR' SATURDAY AUtHJST 17 1907,.; t .. . 1TSGHST0RIA IrfrfvSl "' ''" --I i i-iiffi ( W,,' AU (JHOIi 3 l'Klt CENT Km $' ANl'CelablelYcparallonlbrAs- Ki N S m .1 liei n-thmfaiw Rpduh Eft:: 3 lingUii'SiomarhsnmlDcmtlscf Proraolcs DigcslionCfaf rfiu ncssamllfesLContalnsnciikr OpiuniIorphlac nor Mineral. NOTJNARCOTIC. KcourkOM:ajmsm JbnpHi Srta " JtxhdttUh utnistSnd iiiUiiocokSiia Sumr . tiutayrmHanf. rc r?o Ancrfecl Renudv forConsIlM t Ion , Sour Stomacli.ularrtaa sosii Worms.ComTilsioiis.rcmisIr ni!ssanJLossorSm:i'. Facsimile Styiature of NEWYORK c lrUi Guaranteed under the houdaji Exact Copy of Wrapper. PesS' UpiuniIorphlac norrliaual.1 In-i'1 ro5 ...i II Im1 . mmm. WHO WAH7S A HILL? The Arizona Kicker Has One He Wants to Sell. HIGH MOUNTAIN, LOW PRICE. Editor Refutes Chicago Charge He Ib Not a Grafter Because There Is Noth ing to Graft Esteemed Contemporary ' Poor Shot. ICopyrlslil. IPuT. hy K. C. Pnrcells. Any one wanting a mountain l.U'n feet high...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 August 1907

ifcn iifmiTi M-imi. mtWZS&SSSpp ,y amnPftj K THE MAKON DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1007. xAGE THIRTEEN X h 1 m w: i IflWSER HAS FLOWN Famous Philosopher Disappears , After Solving Birds Secret. MRS. BOWSER DISTRACTED. She Advertlm For News of Lott Hus band, Who Thought He Could Fly. Mat Any One 8en a Bowier Bird In tilt Sky? 'Copyright, 1907, by" Homer SprnBue.l One evening some diiys since Mr. Tipwser shut himself up In the library for- tin hour under the excuse Hint lie hnfl srfnue Important business letters to write. The next clny, when 1 wns over litullug the room, 1 found thnt ho had passed his time Making drawings of wjUgs nml rending a inngalne nrtlcle entitled "Why Cnn't lluumn HelngH KlyS" The next nvenlnp, ns we snt on the front steps to pot the evening nlr, I no ticed hliu carefully watching the bwiiI Iowb and bats, nnd after n time lie queried. "Mrs. Bowser, have i-mi given the subject of flying nncUtnes any thought?" ".Not n great many thoughts," I- an swered, ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 August 1907

1 THE MARION DAILY ; MtRROJCIXTtJRDAY .r 'AUGUST :l7"!f9'07. TAGti 0tmTF,EN"''', ""' ! REFUA7N. n- u , ro - - rfiw. J0 Contendresse, SLUMBER SONG Cfl , c u u.. .-" . i-Y 33E aSEE 2SHbY ' ,l-t -U ' r- g I"" -l.l ' I jffffia - Andante P Sloth-er Is bird-ks lire 1 f -r -TT-T1.J Sweet ba by Ia zi ly, MiiniiiM rgZIu1 te - fiw --z; TOEW FAMILY HOLDS REUNION Thursday in the Caledoniu School Park. PROGRAM IS RENDERED Officers are Elected for the Ensuing Year., The Fifth Annual Reunion of Lee Family Held on the Universulist Church Lawn. Caledonia, Aug. 10. -Tho fifth nnnual reunion of the Lee family iwus held on tlio lawn at thu Uni .versalist eliuiv.h in Caledonia. TlmrMlny. Fifty members tho fnniily woio jirefcent ami tlio ocea pion pixived a most jileasant one. Tho family guthored nt 10 o'clock nnil after iene.!ii,' old family ties, a Htinijituous dinner was unjuyed. The iiftenioon was given over to games and various nmuseinenU. Be fore adjourning the following of ficers were elected: Non...

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. — 17 August 1907

-,--jr imcCT-.taaiMMfAito sr-i.'iU., - .- Jh MWU m,& m. AJ v, aJU- s. Tlffi MARION DAILY MIRROR" SATUKDAY AUGUST 17 1007. PAGE FIFTEEN Jin ?a s WWtAil fcli li MllTpMiuM ' 1,1 mi liHiiiifci MMMmM , l I II III i ' f fJjtS . .. V v. va - V I TTJ sir s i ss s 1 1 -' f-.j . j. -- r w $ 9 .$ $18,000,00 HOUSEHOLD GLASS IS BROKEN IN ! THE U. S. ANNUALLY jpmi.Vt.v; Causes of Breakage Many and Va ried"HomeMade Refrigera tor" Shares Responsibility. tlGUIUNG that the output ot the glass manufacturing establishments for one year omuls tho breakage, the broken glass of a household bo tomes nn Item of no small Import ance. Whether It bo the lamp chim ney, cut glass bowl or plain goblot which sustains tho fracture, the amount ot breakage- must equal tho amount of production, or tho fac tories would of necessity have to close down." It wan Statistical Sam talking to tho members of the Kitchen cabinet, Just after ho had "sot 'cm up" to tho cigars. "To continue," ho said, "tho glass most often hnn...

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. — 17 August 1907

PAGE SIXTEEN THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1907. 9e0SSet Music Lessons v Piano and Organ. Miss Ada L. Bowen Clt. Phono 1202. 622 H. Center Bt cs of the Hour In HH SEE Orval Overall's Pitching Career Spokane's Jap TeamHans Wagner's Advice on Base Running the Baseball World I SS I ' Mr' -i "Li. g NOT all professional baseball playeis were 'poor bojn who began to play llio game '" tho bac k lots and gradually worked up to tho top We ato familiar with the college men '"who lme mailo good In the money making end of tho game, find thn their Hie other players not from t-olleges who had plenty of money to slait life with, but who took up baseball meieh bemuse they want ed tp. not became they could not do anything ole that would bring them In as much money Orvnl Oveiall the big plt her who Joined the I'lilrHgo NatlminN after leaving t'lni lnmil i rlii,-i nt th latter rials Mf i tlm n f a vi wealthy Oaiif.nn.jn iing in Hi. C0URTLAND SMITH, THE BEST KNOWN "GENTLEMAN JOCKEY" IN TH...

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