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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 21 August 1907

yv''wtvi rT" V'WW "I" jjrfi'"W wi WWpWHUW jwrnsrr,"v' THE MAMON DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1907. PAGE fIVB its .- y- y jt v Y ; hi S-i f New Straw ; J1 ( . dljfl bright and Clean, a only 35c per large bale. Also feed of all kinds. PHONE 28. Marion Milling & Grain Co. SCHOOL DRESSES We will place on salo tomorrow morning 10 0 Children's School Dresses to sell at less than half prices, they are much cheaper than you can buy the goods and ln&Ke them, all colors and the very best material, only two weells till school begins. You had better hurry and get in on this while they last Cash or .Credit Marion Clothing & Cloak Co. WEST CENTER ST. Fresh Vegetables at This Store Every Day. -. .i . i I... ,... r . ... ..i. ...I F. J. LUSCH GROCER. N.B. Cor. Btato & CanUr 8t. Such Good Teas That is what our custom ers all Bay about our Mag nolia and Lipton's t?as. Wo can savo you money on your tea purchases. If our 60c Magnolia teas aro not equal to othe 80c teas wo rofund ...

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. — 21 August 1907

IS m i tr h I !! fit .PAGE SIX ers tJnson Station Time Card UITEOTIVH JAN. 1, HOT. KORTH BOUND. Ho, 11 - " No. 83 10:2B am No 85 ., . 4!2 Pra No. 37 1:5 Pm No. 89 :.... :10pm BOUTII HOUND No. 80 '-M ua No. 38 7s20 m No 32 10:2B tJl No. 84 1:35 pift No. 38 ': " Dally. No. 38 start from Mario. No, 39. stops t Marlon. No, 39 will I" Columbus at Mx Sunday. New York Central Linos BIG TOUR ROUTE WE3T BOUND. No. 17 0:40 am No. 19 1:C3 am No. 27 2:00 pm No. 6 4:32 pm No. 43 7:30 Pra EAST BOUND. No. It 19:48 am No. 40 12:17 pm No. 10 5:27 pm No. 10 7:25 pm No. 20 11:14 ptu All trains dally txctpt locals ud tfes. C and 10. L. D. NICBKUOAUi, Tlckt Agnl. Fhonta Horns 246; Bell 177. Effect Jan. 1, 1907. For further Information rtcardtai trains, call lnfonnstloa psrs.tor, lthsr 'pbons. FRIF MUROM No. 30, Chautauqua Ex. .12:30 air No. 8, Now York Ex.. 5:40 am "No. 12 8:50 am No. 4, Vestibule Limited 0:15 pm .No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 pm No. 22 arrives 5:20 pm C. IB. DIVISION. No. 14 11:20 pm Dail...

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. — 21 August 1907

"? r w "2T y y I. i IK H MMWI-WI H WWWIWWWWI !!! M.W !! Willi W H From thoi factory 500 pairs Men's Shoos and ' Oxfords worths $3.50 and $4.00, will bo on tho counter at one price $1.98 I GUftRANTE not to shrink or fado and wo guarantee to do batten berg allovcr laco or drawn work without ruining tho garment or breaking n thread DON'T SEND 'YOUR WORK OUT OF TOWN. Wo can do it ,nnd do it RIGHT. Wo aro French dry cleaners. Thcro is no others. THE BROWNS 112 Court Struct, Marion, O. Goods called for and deliv ered Phono 1G51. 1. S. Second hand cloth ing bought nnd Bold. Suits Bponsrd nnd pressed, 75c. Smother Your Debts You can Binotlior a lot of little debts with $50.00 and then pay us in small monthly or weekly pay ments On tho Quiet Wo loan on Household Goods, rianoa otc, with out romoval. Marion Chattel Loan Company 131 i-2 13. Center Street. Citizens' I'liono 1)30. Tumors For Fancy Groceries Frcsli Fruits. Vegetables, and Meats. Fancy Cooktng Apples Fancy Sweet Eating Apples Fancy...

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. — 21 August 1907

SK'" n" "1 -i," 7- 'rf"fWjJf.' -iViprr i 'TOIJT'!'?' t p PAOB EiailT inE MAKION DAILY MlRIlOtt, WEDNESDAY, AU&UST 21, 1907 t t vm ii' K Odd 1.89, MASS MEETING To be Held at Kfrkpatrick AugUEt 30. l'Vulny. August 30, at tho Koso cnin's Grove. 1-1 miles north of Kiikpnlrick, the patriotic citizens of Marion and Crawford counties will hold si picnic ejtid mass meet in g. The Hon. John S. ltutlcdgo of Cleveland will address the ussc'm bly on the Treat issue for tho American oter. Iiutlcdgo is one of Ohio's best platform tjionkcrs and will talk with wit and humor as well as .sense. Don 'I miss this, op poit unity that seldom comes to rur al communities. Other fiiaturcs of tho day will he baso ball, field day contests. Hammer throw. ,300 yard dash, ladies racc tup of Avar, etc. Re freshments of nil kinds. Swings, ev erything to mako a day of fun and profit. Tho Bitcyms Circuit Sunday schools offer this day with out expense to you. Bring your -dinner and enjoy a treat. a if w niM RUMMA...

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. — 22 August 1907

' ' The Marion! Daily Mirror. M VOLUME XV. NO. 320. MABION. OHIO, 'TOUnSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1907. PBIOE TWO OBNT&. y y y LOOSES CONTROL OF SIBERIAN TROOPS The Czar Has New Troubles on His Hands Along thcJMan churian Border Where Revolution is Threatened Bloody Encounter" Occurs in Mostard, Hungary. St. Petersburg, Aug. 2. Follow ing a serious outbreak ot soldiers along the Manchurlnn border, tho latest of a number ot mutinies, Gen eral Pantolef today filed with tho Czar a Bpeclal report, declaring that the iberlan troops arc completely out of hand. In tho cventof a goneral revolt tho general declares tho boldlors will without doubt sldo with tho rev olutionists. In tho latest outbreak 400 mutineers barricaded themselves In their bar racks and held at bay all Tuesday night, a batalllan of sharp shooters detailed to capture thorn. They in flicted heavy losses on tho sharp shooters whllo 18 mutineers were killed and '35 wounded. Tho outbreak followed an attompt by tho colonel t...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 August 1907

,(WWPWjprTnipwiw i-t'wwpwrT - i $' ..i.f ''V "W(i ,)"'H1,'BIS 7 ! ftj" 'Y i ' fAOB TWO m ;foraker repues i to secy. tuft. SAY8 SENATE MADE HEPBURN Z BILL EFFECTIVE. ITT ! praiIsIsVHeelkIns law. A9U. 4ll9f RlrlA l. Uml..- nlll ..t ";a "" wniww kiic iiepuuiii uiii tv. K' Enacted Into Law Railroad t Freight nates Have Ad- ,, vancedf Not Lowered. Georgetown, O., Aug. 22. In his fjirat auaross nuor mo roitimoit3 npecch of Secretary Tuft. Sonutor For t nltor, before the Chautauqua assembly Micro Wednesday, discussed bis fellow townsman's opinions, from which ho differed In many particulars. f Quoting from Taffs speech and ,,froni his own remarks In the dobaies tin congress, Senator Foraker ex pressed his opinion on the various public questions discussed by Mr. Taft. .Mr. Foraker said: t ''All the provisions of tho Hepburn 'rate bill speclllcally mentioned by .Secretary Taft In his commendation Jof that measuro excopt the rate mak ing provision, wcro Incorporated Into (the bill by tho sena...

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. — 22 August 1907

vw 'Li --IVf' THE MARION DAtLYgMIRROR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1007 ..' PA'aE THREE --( V V k- V y IFSCASTORIA ' HMi ';l''ll'l'""inililll,l ' VilU A LOO I Kit. .1 pp nnm Htf Ade ablePrcparaHonrorAs-- t n. Kflj slnftatlnSiteFbotfandHrtiii Bears 1110 f m5S Signature Ap RlS'; ProwolcsDilionChEfrful- nf ZciA.tr if!, , nessaiidRestXontalnsnclihff ux 1 r Ml, Opiun.Morphlnc nor Mineral. , 1 M H " In Not Narcotic. , ' t it lr Ri Jfteorounrsm.nnjmn , I If 1 i letftit Strd- , ' lj u; 1 jUxJUaa ML I Bf k i jtxMitutt- I Tpt In Hi? ' J'Si I ( III mSn iitlMtmiltMf ( jLy ft pPiS ' Aperfect Remedy for Consllf a- f l.lr Kitf Hon. Sour StomacIi.Dlarrhwa hf ., iE Worms.Coimilsions.Fcvcrisli- N ! fl I 1 1 If OB Ktftt nmaiulLossoFSliEEP. w I U! UVUl it "Sir ,; Thirty Years Kl IRMS5M fi ii ATnn i mmi EgijiMMijgL&ggg i-iim iiijiii ianlecd undcrui Exact Copy of Wrapper. No Matter What sort of a cut of meat you order here, it's always the best to he obtained. 1 11 C MARION PROVISION COMPANY. North Main X!....

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 August 1907

tr 1 I JPAQE rOUB THE Daily Mirror. "--" i ,,,,, r. . I !A. ;C. HOLLAND Editor F. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES HJR HiaHEDf ON APPLICATION. Tb'l paper receives the United Presi Tele graphic NsSrvlre nnd Market Hepotts. RATES Or SUBSCRIPTION Binglo Copy e...2a For Week by Carrier .-.. 10o By Mnil, per Year $4.00 Bemi-Wcekly Mirror, per year $1.00 Both Phonos ,..- No, 0 Weather f r Ohio-Fair tonight, warmer in itromo western portion; Friday fulr, warmer. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1907,. ,... . i .a-a - i Political Announcements TOR REPRESENTATIVE. JTotho Democrats ot Marlon County: 11 you think my efforts on behalf oLipemocracy nnd W. J. Dryan In the campaign of lAIG and 1900 entitle ine to'tho nomlnntlon for Representative tofctho Seveaty'seventh general ns Bombly of tho State of Ohio, I will certainly appreciate any effort on your part for uiy support given. tf M. D. CHASE. Editor Mirror: Pleaso announce tho name of John E. Dutton as a candidate for the nomination for Repr...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 August 1907

nV'V"T7,rw?y8f''''r" r -n-:irr ,-"'Ay- vSEiflJJ' '.?'!'' "jpnftJFrWj flrw'!,,"t ' ' W"' i-i''.',!?l"'V",',"',"T')-""7-rr,J- '5l"""V77j, "T,fWW' ''?riJ'HS'''jWr!., " TMB MARION DAILY MIRROR, THUKHDAY, AUGUST 22, 1907 .. l'AUE 1'lVfl i JL V V m Beavers' Big Largest of th Saason. Prospect, 0., Friday; Aug. 23 60 I6wa Horses ww -- i n mi i. j ,.lij...i imiiiii - - EVERYBODY COME. Consisting of extra good big feeding horses farm chunks, brood mares and drivers. Ages 2 to G years old. I havo made a special effort to get as good a lot of horses as I over offered for public sale. I have 20 horses on pasture at the farm of Titus Jones that will be acclimated and ready to go to work. I will offer 3 extra good road horses, 1 sorrel gelding G years old will weigh 1100, and extra well broke; ono sorrel gelding 0 yoars old; ono brown gelding, 0 years old, can step a 3 minute gait. These horses havo boon in my possession for Bevoral weeks and can b8 guaranteed to be all right. One spotted pony 4 y...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 August 1907

g"rVr ''WJVHiffWM - - '.innrri 7'&y$$BW"'"'K 'n& , PA&n six Union Station Time Card -FFEOTIVM JAN. 1 10T. HORTH BOUND. rro. ti '-'lJl NO. 83 r..... ,10:28 am No 35 . - 4:2 2 No. 37 10:B0 pm No. 89 :10fm SOUTH BOUND iNo. 10 r l:B am No. 88 7:20 m No 32 10:25 m No. 81 1:35 pm No. 38 ':" m Dully. No. 38 starts from Mario. No. 39. stops at Marios. No. 39 will leT Columtnii at m n Sunday. How York Central lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. 17 C:40 nm Ho. 19 9:58 am No. 27 2:00 pm No. 5 4:32 pm No. 43 7:30 pm EAST BOUND. No. IS 19:48 am No. 46 12:17 pm No. 1U 5:27 pm No. 10 7:26 pm No. 20 11:14 pm All trains dally except locals and Hot. S ami 10. . H. NElBERCrA-Ii. Ticket Acnt. Phonts Mom 246; Boll 177. Effect Jan. 1, 1907. For further Information rcardluf trains, call Information prator, either pbon. ERIE muimB No. JO Cliautu.Uma Ex. .12:30 at, No. 8. Now iork Ex.. 5:40 am No. 12 8:C0 am No. 4, Vestibule Limited 0:15 pm .No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 pm No. I!2 arrives 5:20 pm...

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. — 22 August 1907

THE MAMON DAILY MIRROR', THURSDAY, AUQUST 22, 1907 MGE SEVEN Ufa wtwpwwpmp"f" - y jWvtta y i; m RESOLUTION NO. 22. Declaring It necessary to lmprovo Itecd avcltuo from tho first nllcy north of Church street to Indiana avenuo to construct a Banltnry sower and cellar drain with necessary catch-basins, with laterals to tho curb line, and of a suitable nlxe, determining the general nnture of tho proposed Improvement and the grade thereof and approving plans, specifications. nnd profiles therefor. Jto It resolved by tho Council of the City of Marlon, Stato of Ohio, throe fourths of all tho members . elected thereto concurring: - An iThat it Is hereby declared nee--fcesehrj td ilinprdVo Heed avenue from first nllcy north of Church Htrect to Indiana, avenuo by constructing n sanltnry sower and cellar drain, of suitable size and dimension, therein, with tho necessary catch-basins, In accordance with tho plans, specifica tions, estimates and profiles of the proposed lniprovcmolit prepared by...

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. — 22 August 1907

rpfrtt' PAaX EIGHT THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, ATJCHJBT 22, 1007 .. Odd JJM ruMAci clonus INFANT DIES EARLY TODAY Child of W. . Baker Succumbs to Cholera Infantum. Charles Edmond. the slx-months-old ton of Mr. and Mrs. "W. U. llaker, of No. 811 Mound street, died at 5 o'clock this morning after an ill ness. Death was due to cholera In fantum. Tho child was tho youngest of four children. SATURDAY Will be the last day of the Remodeling Sale. If Best calicoes at ,.... 5c 10c Percales at .... 6 l-2c A few more wrappers to M closo at .-.-. ....... '.-a-..- SOc A few more Whito Shirt Waists and Whita Linen Skirts to closo out cheap V Men's 50c Shirts at.-r.-, '43c fcfen's $1.00 Shirts at 87c THE Deaman-Jenner Co. Final "Clean-Up" Sale! A "Clean Up" of all Fancy Goods and Notions as we must close them out to make room for our other departments. But these prices will leave no doubt, in fact it would be foolhardy to pass them by without reaping part of the benefit. Sale will begin tom...

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. — 23 August 1907

Marion Daily Mirror. ii 1 VOLUME XT I. NO. 8. MATJION. OniO, Jill 1 DAY EVENING, AUGUST U3, 1907. PBIOE TWO CENTS. 1 rlc V y J& y W; j W w ft ;. t-v y ROOT IS A PUPIL OF "BILLY" MULDOON The Secretary of Stato was on the Verge of a Breakdown and for Three Weeks has been Training Muldoon Says He Looks Ton Years Younger. Whito Plains, N. Y., Aug .23. Hundreds of peoplo gathered about the famous health farm of "Billy" iMuldoon, formor champion wrestler, today In hopo of getting a glimpse of Ellhu Root, secretary of tnt,o, wearing a sweater, trunks and rub ber shoes, doing a cross country trot under tho watchful eyo and at tho stern command of tho old trainer. To sco tho ndvlBcr of President Roosevelt engaged in passing big "medicine ball" with Muldoon, after tho fashion of boys and girls In n gymnasium, was a treat that tempted CINCINNATI VISITED BY DISASTROUS FIRE $900,000 Damage Done by the Flames Which Raged all Night Tenement House District Threatened and Hun dreds Flee From The...

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. — 23 August 1907

i EAOB TWO EXPLOSIONS $250,000 CAUSED FIRE LOSS "EIGHT DUILDINQ3 AT PITTSBURG .WERE DESTROYED. iFIRteMkN'EsteOD 14 PEOPLE " "(Qasollns Stored In Clothes Cleaning Establishments Exploded and kit. the Flames Spread with .,'fti. Great Rapidity. ii , . Pittsburg, Aug, 23. Two flres on Thursday caused by tlio explosion of - gasollno In clothes cleaning establish ancnts caused damage estimated at $250,000 and for a tlmo threatened the 'wntlro East Knd section of this city. 4Tho first first broko out In the Club t Pressing and Cleaning Go's plant at " 6339 Penn avenue. The three-story brick building was destroyed and 14 'employes wero rescued from the win dows by firemen. The second was more serious and 'beforo Jt was controlled seven build ,,lngs were wiped out. Tho blazo ..fetarted In tho Enterprlso Prosalng ".Co.'s shop ut fi975 Center avenue and flpread -with great rapidity cast and west Soon the following placos wero In flames: Allen Hug Weaving nnd Carpet (Cleaning Co., Hast Llborty ...

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. — 23 August 1907

THE MATlION DAILY., MIRROR,. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1007. . PAGE THREE u. M k 1 , IV H ' ' Ifc" !f - d" fJ1 never any falling Nw Jflr off in the gf atid yBi M Ginger Snaps Jr i spiciest, most llW I 1, m tantalizing - if 4 I I to ginger snaps t ff $ J IXL made., ! Ml ".& J uJk&s W' BISCUIT ! f? 3$ ' W COM PANr missioner Huston wnnta good roads advocates- in, every comity to got busy with their petitions for tho comity's sluiro of tho money, nnd will furnish mil blanks nnd, infor mation. Ho it rcmly to lacccpt 1008 petit Ions now nml possibly tho avidity with which they nro tiled may havo something1 to lo with the nmouiit of money tho legislature will apiprcrintc. Ohio Stnto Journal. CASTOR I A Tor Infants and ChlKlreu. Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought JBears tho Sjy Slgnaturo of C&a l&&M RAILROADS NOT SINCERE $100 Reward $100 Tho readers of this paper will bo planned to learn that bero 1b at least one dreaded Jleaao that sclenco ban been able to euro lti all 'its Btag...

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. — 23 August 1907

nr7vwvw.SpnWipTp ;vr- ,'1BN( , I ty-. tI I page rcun THE Daily Mirror U. BURGESS ...Business Manager !A. C. HOLLAND Editor F. M. ARMSTRONG. .City Editor 'ADVERTISING l RATES TUB NiaHpDON APPLICATION. Tills paprroctve the United Pres Tele graphic News Service nnd Market Heports. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION, Binglo Copy ,.:..2a For Week liy Carrier .-r..l0o By Mail, per Year $4.00 Bemi-Weekly Mirror, per yoar $1.00 Both Phones .- No. D Weather for Ohio Rain slightly warmer tonight. Saturday occasional uhowero and warmer. TRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1907 Political Announcements w TOR REPRESENTATIVE. fro the Democrats ot Marlon County: II you think my efforts on behalf of Democracy nnd W. J. Bryan In the campaign of 196 and 1900 entitle mo to the nomination for Representative to the. Seveaty-seventh general as sembly of the Stale of Ohio, 1 will certainly appreciate any effort on your part for Miy support given. M. n. CHASE. Editor Mirror; Pleaao announce the name of Jobn E. Dutton as a candidate for ...

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. — 23 August 1907

-r " ' "7""-Tv' r i nrtr"f"" pf jw yn t i vin"'"T,ipv(f :wi " f""71fVffflr' ' - n THE MARION DAILY MIRItOR,.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1907 eachi nvjitj . 1' " T V"'m "'ttp V y i aii W HARD AND SOFT COAL Now is the : for your winter's supply The Wollenweber Lumber Co. Phone 8. c Fairbank's I w excursion To CEDAR POINT Thursday, This is a private Excursion and tickets will not be sold at the railroad station. They can be secured from the Fairbank's Company or at any of the Express Offices on Center St. SECURE YOUR TICKETS EARLY as they will be withdrawn from sale as soon as the seating capacity of, the coaches is sold. Special train leaves the Pennsylvania de I pot at 7.00 A. M. Adults $1.25. Buy Coal Now T IIIS time WATERMELONS jfc MUSK MELON PEACHES t BANANAS CELERY ENDIVE BEETS CUCUMBERS SQUASH SWEET POTATOES CALLAGER Order early. fl F. J. LUSCH I GROCER. I N.H. Cor. Btat & Cntr U H fJrBS w J" vv v m Receivers' Thfi entire stock of -the NEW IDEA $ placed on sale Saturday Morning, Au...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 23 August 1907

'A tActe BIS Union Station Time Card KFFKOTIVa JAN. 1, HOT. imnawTiirrBTrTitnii NORTH BOUND. Mo, U No. S3 ....,, 10:26 am No 85 v ..4:20 pm No. S7 10!BO P No. 89 :Mm SOUTH BOUND j Ho. to :" m No. 88 7:2 m No 32 10:25 an No. 84 l:3Glra No. SB ... -. l: m Dally. No. 88 gtarta from Marlon. No. 39. stops at Mario. No, 89 wlU lw Columbus rt I un u Sundays . Now York Central lines UIC TOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. 17 0:40 am No. 19 9:M m No. '1 2:00 pra No. S 4:32 pm tfo. 48 7:30 pm BAST BOUND. No. 86 1:48 am No. 46 12:17 pm No. 1U G:27 pm No. 16 7:2C pm No. 20 11:14 pm All trains dally eiwpt locals and No, t and 10. h. M. NEBRliaAUj, TlCkbt ACU1. phonss nom 246; Bull 177. Effect Jan. 1. 1907. For further Information rtsardlni trains, call Information perator, lthor 'phono. ERIE bhilbom No. 10, Cliautamiiin Ex. .12:30 air No. 8, Now York Ex.. fi:40 mn No. 12 8:C0 am No. 4, Vcstibnlo Limited 0:15 pm i.No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 pra No. 22 arrives 5:20 pm O. B. DIVlHION. No. 14 11:20 pm Dnily ...

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. — 23 August 1907

k , ?. - ' M ' !' Mr W B CORSETS Best Without Costing Most ALI DEALERS SELL THEM AT $1.00 UPWARDS wdtkoARTntt BROS.. Uakr$. .177.17V Tteaadhlap. H. Y .COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE CLOSES FRIDAY AFTERNOON This Year's Session One of the Most Successful Ever Htld ', in Marion Enrollment Was Very Large Lectures by Dr.Gordy and Prof. Albert of Great Interest to Those in Attendance Officers Elected are Adopted. The afternoon Motion vl the eity and county teachers institute heid at itlie. high school building Thursday. wuu well attended. The, program iw the nilernoon was .,io (leclIu.ctl tlmt 8C0Bn,phy 8 one changed somewhat and ono address i(,r the 1)romlcst 8tudlca In tho common by Dr. Gordy upon Psychology Kci,00i curriculum an yet ono of the Was omitted in order to givo the niost neglected Ho referred to many teachers im opportunity to attend humcrous Incidents which he had cx thc picnic of tho (teachers at Maa'-'pericnced In his work of teaching go don park. The session was dismissed Jo...

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. — 23 August 1907

' fACH EIGHT THE MABIOW DAILY MIRROR,, ntlDAY, AVQWt 23, 1607. " i i .1 i , I, iii 3 if ' i h $i.89 Get The Boys Ready For School. $1.98 r tm Splendid bargains in odd suits. $2.13 Sizes up to 16 years. Double Breasted, 0 oq Norfolk or Sailor Blouse Styles. $41131 b bet.-1 S .lf VVxl oi3 fflZ DZ rAUL, KLEINMAIERS ODD FELLOWS AND REBEKAHS pold Annual Joint County Outing. FORTY LODGES PRESENT "State Officers Make interest i ing Addresses. Mr. J. . Cavls Elected President Ashley Gets the Next Picnic Baseball Game. The 12th annual picnic of the Odd Fellows and- llcbckah lodges of Mniion and Dclawnro counties as held in Cast's grove, Prospect. Thursday. Thero wore- forty dif ferent lodges represented and nearly two thousand pcoplo in attendance Tho picnic was not only tho largest attended bub one of tho most en joyable ever held bj ihfl joint-1 county organization.- n i . -i Every train stopping af Prospect Thursday morning, carried a band of picnickers.! Marion was excep tionally well ro...

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