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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 26 August 1907

f" ry i-gTtrvr-tr-w-vt - -ytyw fr T j-nptw: r Vr-, THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY. AUGUST 2G. .1907. PAGE nvi i BWWWWPII HWl I r T & WB Klngsford'i "vmru.jur it uitii i. uietrcos uio must uciiuutu jiciouut iai corn tarck often but alnayi cat tho genuine KKNGSFORD'S U&lrWlvO STARCH , Pure, dellcloui, poiicmlng qiinmy lorovcriisii accnlury. Nourishing for everybody old, young, weak, strong. Learn how to make it Into countless inexpensive aim appetizing uisncs through our book or juauo Be Sure To Cef THE BOOK - - OHLS - WALL PAPER CELERY Fine, tender, crisp celery received every morning at F. J. LUSCH GROCER. N.U. Cor. BtaU ft Cnttr 8U. Our Leaders Magnolia Teas Lipton's Teas Puro French Olivo Oil Fancy Olives Fine Syrups and Molasses. Robinson's Grocery Phones 39. 209 L'. Center St. Agency for Woods Boston Coffees Melon Season is on in full blast at Turner's mar ket. Fancy Indiana Watermelons. Fancy Indiana Tiptop Mush melons. Fancy Indiana Gc'm Cnntolopes .Blackberries 1'anc...

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. — 26 August 1907

jm...a. m ' f J7A0E SIX THE MAHION DAILY MIRROR. .MONDAY. AUGUST 2C. 1007. Union Station Time Card r BUTKCTIVH JAN. 1, HOT. MORTH BOUND. Ko. tl 7:0ft wn NO. 33 1:28 ara NO 3R 1:2 Pm No. 37 10:C0 Pm No. 39 8:10 ?nl SOUTH BOUND. NO. JO :B9 m No. 38 720 am No 32 10:25 n No. 34 1:35 Xm "No. 38 .... ....ir....w.- 7j11 pm Dally. No. 38 starts from Marios. No. 39. slops at Marios. No. 30 will leaj Columbus , a B-n Sundays. New York Contral Linos BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. 17 No. 19 . No. 27 G:40 am 9:03 am 2:00 pro 4:32 pm No. C No. 43 7:30 pm EAST BOUND. No. 16 10:48 am No. 46 No. 10 12:17 pm . 5:27 pm No. No. 10 20 ,.. 7!2B pm ,. 11:14 pm locale and All trains dally except Noi. S and 10. 1j. H. NKBKROALIi, Tlcktrt Atftnl. rhon liorn 246; Ball 177. Effect Jnn. 1, 1907. For further Information retarding trains, call Information operator, Ithtr 'phone. ERIE !. No. 10, Chautauqua Ex.. 12:30 air No. 8. New York Ex.. 5:-10 am ? No No. -No. No. 12 ........... .8:60 am -J, Vestibule Limited ...

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. — 26 August 1907

twammmMmfmMaaimitiitm)imDmM U)waa'eflia!MfminzuBitif-i rmnW&MSfcmm&SB X v- hH IBai . MiiMm rui j. iiium i r ,.. TREAMRJMPED DRY BABY CBOPB SCANT dAMES Q. DUKE EMPTIES JERSEY RIVER FOR BRIDE. Woolen Mills Employing 1,000 Hands , Cannot Run When Water Supply FallsWork Resumed When Pair Leave. Now York. In cm effort to mako his 2,000-acro park look llko a fairy lnhd for hla brldo during their honey moon, James U. Duko pumped tho Rarltan river dry at Soraorvlllo, N. J., and atopped tho operation of tho Rarl tan woolen mills, tho largest Industry there, which depend on tho stream for wnter supply. Duko has on his estato artificial lakes covering several hundred acres, besides lnniimorahlo fountains nnd waterfalls. All of theso aro supplied wllh wator from tho Rarltan river by means of n great pumping plant with a capacity of many millions of gallons a day, which recently was In stalled on tho river bank abovo tho woolen mills. In honor of tho brldo In order that tho fountains bo ...

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. — 26 August 1907

rAQE EIGHT THE MARION' DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY. AUGUST 2G. 1007. I, K r EXCURSION WANTS FOR EXCURSION WEEK Outing Suits Outing- Trousers Children's Wash Suits Straw Hats STORE OPEN THIS EVENING ANNUAL REUNION AT LINCOLN PARK Meigs County People Elect Oilicers Sunduy.j Steps are Taken to Form a Pcrman. ent Society Fine Program Rendered. Tlio Meigs county nssocintion re union was held at Lincoln Italic Sunday, witli on ntteinlniico of over bix hundred people. Tlio program opened by tn ml dress ly Major S. X. Titus of this city. Tho 'Mar ion Stciiin Shovel hand furnished lniiMo. Various gftiifba wero enjoyed hy tlioso present and Into iu the nftornoon a siinrptanas dinuor was M'l-ved . Tlio offlrers elected wero A. M People-, president and J. Benim rerotnry. Tljcso woro given au thority to iinmo tho various com mittees. Thoso present Sunday wero in favor of establishing them selves in tho form of a lodgo nnd it was decided to Eceuro O charter for llio new organization. 'A mem- Pairbank's ...

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. — 27 August 1907

Mtimnmammam &Utt;..jir.rrariti;ww fk; $ "' I' , . ? aily Mirror. 0 VOLUME XVI. NO. l'X. MA1UON. OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1!)07. PitlOJC TWO OJCNTB. IIWIW IIIHUMimilHBIIIWlMlwimMIHIIM D I TUP 1 tlEi ARION ? !v IV. T E'(' S'l, i't i & ULTIMATUM DELIVERED " They are Given Until Noon Wednesday to "Come Into the Fold" Alter That Hour They Will be Classed as "Scabs" and Treated as Such. Strike Leaders Expect a' Stanpede of Those Who are at Work, but the Companies' Officials Declare they can Lose Several Men and Still Have Enough to Work Strike May Be Declared in Canada at Any Time Situation is Becoming More Serious. Nnw York. Aug. 27. -"Wo aro giving them their clinncc today if every man does not leavo his key before noon tomorrow, they will be expelled from the union. Every mnn working at a telegraph instru ment for the Western Union. Pos tal or Associated Pros after noon tomorrow will he a scab. This is the final step in making this an open warfare, without restriction....

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 27 August 1907

SSB5y5TyrSWWffWWfA"wl I'J'.WgWiflfBy' ''g"j;"T"""7JJ.--lfWWJi:1 "im'ttlvwwi i m,; it " ; ' .." Jf HBF- i T r ' iv r,y 5V V f T Yl &i&?aE iw.g THE iCQltON d"a"TLY MIlSttOK, TUESDAY. TftfOUST 27, "1907. & SB- I ir i - EVANS WILL SEE TOM DETAILS, CRUI8E OF AMERICAN AFtMADA WILL COVER 13,700 MILES. START TO BE N DECEMBER. A Largo Number of Colliers and Sup ply 8hlp Will Accompany the , Warships on Their Voyaoe L Around Cape Horn, u Washington, Aug. 27. Acting 3orro. 'lary of tho Navy Newberry returned to Washington Monday, bringing oifl clal word of the conclusions reached nt tho Oyster Hay conference last week relative to the projected cruise of tho great battleship fleet from 'he eastern to tho western coasts of tho 'United States by wuy of the Strait of Magellan. It was found expedient to leave to Admiral Evans and his staff the arrangement of the details of tho Itinerary of tho voyngo and to tho heads of the naval bureaus thq prepar ations which will make It possible for...

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. — 27 August 1907

wOWUUjMliwimiim inu MhimiifmtmnrHtHtltei.t:vwWiji0k.' ' r MP wv; frttS7y9mm WOlllJWJn rViu ujju-e ALCOHOL .1 VF.ii rifvo," AVcfic ablcPrcparaltonrorAs. slmllaibig ihcnMframJl&tf ids (ingdicSioniachsnnillJmtisof iSIfflggliifi Promolcs DigeslionJChf f tfu ncss and ItesLContalns itclthrr Onnmi.Morphlnc norMiucral. Not Narcotic. lhi&ia Set J" JlxSama JbJrffc&te- AiiscSrtd fiwufotxk&Jt M'xmSrti' CJcnRciSumr. Viaamtnltmr. W ... Anerfcct Reraedv forConsllpa BSBI lion , Sour Stomach.Dlarrttoca Worrris.Com'uIsioiis.FcvMsli nt-ss ondLoss of Sheep. Facsimile Sfgnature of NEW YORK. te&s SrtUI m Is 55c & Exact Copy of Wrapper. The Grand O. E. Perry, Lcssoj and Manager. RETURN OF THE TAVORITE. AL. W. MARTIN'S Mammoth Production of tho Immor tal American Drama ie lam's Ga&mro Tho lato Harriet Bccchor'Stowo's everlasting legacy to posterity, pre sented by a carefully eclcctcd all whito cast of tho foremost artists in tho profession. Grand Scenic & Electrical Hffccts ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 27 August 1907

FIWT r THE MARION DAILY MIRROR,'.' ;TUESDAY. AUGUST 27. 1007. m m I PAau rojE the' Daily Mirror. 7. DUROESS ...Business Mnnoget 'A. C. HOLLAND Editor iF. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor 5A.DVERTISIN0 RATES TUR 1 NI8IIED ON APPUOATION. This paper receive! he United Pros Tele, graphic iXivflbiTVlceiiiul Market Heparin. KATES Or SUBSCRIPTION., ' Binglo Copy -.. .2o For Week by, t nrrior t.:r..10o By Mail, per Year $-1.00 Semi-Weekly Mirror, per yoar $1.00 Both Phones , - No. D WCATlTSifTatr toHigUtrcxccpt rain in noithi'iii iortion.. lYcdncs- lav fmr. - i TUESDAY. AUOUST 27. 1907. Political Announcements TOR REPRESENTATIVE. To the Democats ot Marlon County: If you think my efforts on behaK Ot Democracy nnd W. .7. Bryan In tho campaign ot 196 and 1000 entitle mo to the nomlnntlon for Representative to tho Soveaty-scventh general as Bembly of tho Stato of Ohio, I will certainly nppreclato nny effort on your part for i.ny support given. M. B. CHASE. t such Caucus. One member ot Democratic City...

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. — 27 August 1907

m'iifm -a -w 4 i i THE MARION DAILY MIRROR..TUESDAY. AUGUST 271 1907. HiiU-Lajju'UJuw page riva J. L WINANS tt.llWtgKl'IJi'ljWWMUAlllWimKW COMMITTEE I HARD AND SOFT COAL IS ELECTED HAS FAILED A communication wag received by Superintendent Frank from T. D. Kolsey asking for a new set of utensils in tho High school labora tory for tho use of his classes in physics. Tho request 'met with favor and will probably bo granted. T. J. MEAD ENTERS THE POLITICAL FIGHT 'VfllK' Mm ? r -A. Si' '' ' Now is the The Wollenweber Lumber Co. Phone 8. r Fairbank's 1 To CEDAR POINT Thursday, Aug. 29. EVERYBODY, WELCOME. Tickets will not be sold at the railroad station. They can be secured from the Fairbank's Com pany or its employes and at any of the Ex press Offices on Center Street. 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 pot at 7.00 A. M. Baggage car to take care of luncn oasKets. Adu...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 27 August 1907

w --. -v fwv "T7$j&FffjF ' r- fr'v rr"nrfwj M- l PAOB BIX THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, TUESDAY. AUaUST 27. 1907..; lA . 4" i h I t 1 i t f I i t 0 s. f. 11, Union Station Time Card EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, HOT. MORTH BOUND. No. II xm No. SS ...... 10:25 an No GB 4:2 Pm No. 37 10:E0 Pra No. 39 :1 m 80UTII BOUND iNo. 10 :M am No. 38 , 7:20 ara No 32 10:2r' n No. 34 1:3R Pn No. 36 ,.......... 7:1' Pm Dally. No. 38 start from Marlon. ' No. 39. 8t6p at Mario. No. 39 will ler Columbus li 8 n 8unday. Now York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. 17 0:40 am No. 19 9:C8 am No. 27 2:00 pm No. 5 4:32 pm No. 43 7:30 pm KABT BOUND. No. JS 10:48 am No. 4G 12:17 pm No. lu 5:27 pm No. 16 7:26 pm No. 20 11:14 pm All trains dally Mcopt locals and Ifos. f and 10. L. H. NKBEUGALh, Tlckot Asn1. Phonos Horns 216; Ball 177. EfTcct Jan. 1, 1907. For further Information reardlni trains, call lnformxtlos. portor, ltlier 'phono. ERIF KfllLRO&g No. No. " No. 10, Cliautamnia Ex.. 12:30 ai; 8, New York Ex.....

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. — 27 August 1907

jr$ a -ft f , AWllMMlftHtfMIM vtitatto tjw.-' tfHB MSEION tfftLYi MIKROft TUESDAY. AUGUST 27. 1907. A ' V l-fl parogrw mm MUCH DEPENDS ON APPROPHN! ATE FURNITURE. pitnty Sel fop a Woman's Bedroom- Rattan and Wicker Most Suitable Furnlturo During tho Hot Months, A very dainty bedroom sot for a Roman's room 1b white enameled wood with upholstering of. cream, colored cretonne, with pink flowers nnd j;reen leavcB. The chnlra are covered with tho crotonno entirely, and finished with narrow box-plaited ruffles. An oval mirror, sot In n canopy of cre tonne, hangs over tho dressing tnblo. The top of tho dressing tnblo la cov ered with cretonne edged with a plaited ruflte. Except for bedrooms, upholstered furniture should bo tabooed ns much i as posslblo, nnd rattan nnd wicker substituted In Its place. BcaldOB chairs and divans of wicker, thero can be had many other articles, ouch ns washstands, chiffoniers, desks, bu reaus, tables, and a multitude- of other things In tho same strong, clean ...

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. — 27 August 1907

7rT m 'I FACI1S EIOHT KLEIN MAI ER'S NEAT STRONG SCHOOL SUITS AT LITTLE PRICE $1.89 $1.98 $2.13 $2.29 $2.62 $3.29 $3.79 $4.29 $4.98 $5.63 You'll find some splendid bar gains in this sale of ODD SUITS AT ODD PRICES The patterns are all good and the weights suitable for Fall and Winter wear. Whilethere'snotallsizesof every kind, the selection is large enough to give you a good choice in every size up to 16 years. KLEIN MAIERS CARD OF THANKS. We desire to thank all our neigh bors and friends for their kindness mid sympathy during tho sickness mid death of our dear husband and father b the "K. of I. ana Mnecabee lodges for thu beautiful floral offerings. MKS. (HAS. IIOSKINS. X AND ON WILLIARD. PfWZfJe??? WtC7) - ' V "E-t-r y usiicccarszs MARION; OHIO, We are Busy Fixing up our new room and opening up new fall goods. In a few days we will be ready to show you an up-to-date store. Prices are cut on all summer goods to close quickly. THE Denman-Jenncr Co. West Center St. Last Week Of Augus...

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. — 28 August 1907

TKWrTWu.Hl.JiHtUHiumiHiHinln i nifrilfiifiaiuiWiiiii i i juiwi i in The Marion Daily Mirror. VOLUME XVI. NO. 12. ATAIIION. OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 1907. PBIOE TWO OENTB. M3MiMMrflityiiia i ii i !! in M y $i : RUMOR SAYS WAS French Troops and Moors Again Clash and the Moors are Driven Back with Heavy Losses Tribesmen are Believed to be Approaching Casablanca. London,Aug.28. Tho Tangier cor respondent of tho Tribune, telegraphs under rcsorvc, a rumor Unit Siiltnn .Abdul Azlb hits been assassinated In tho palaco at Fez. Casablanca, Aug. 28. A Bharp en gagement botwecn tho French and tho Moors took place yesterday attornoon about six miles from General Drudo'B camp, A rcconnoltcrlns party or Spalils camo In touch with tho en emy, who opened a heavy llro on tho cavalrymen. The latter replied with effect, ibut retired, under Instructions with tho object of attracUng the at tention of tho French commander to tho Moore' advance. Itoinforcomcnts with artillery wero promptly for w...

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. — 28 August 1907

r '-'i-,T9-i--w)f - THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2R. 1007. PAGE TWO BWWyiWWWPWWWWWWIIWWWHtW ARSHIPS S E SI BY SIDE, NOVEL SIGHT WITNESSED IN A GERMAN CITY. REMARKABLE PERFORMANCE Testa of the Parseval Airship and of a Military Dirigible Balloon Showed that Both aro . ' Great Machines. U.lhi. Aug. 28. The military dlrlgl bio balloon and the Parsoval airship spent virtually the whole of Ttiesdity In tho air. and tho aeronaut arc high ly pleased with tho achievements of tho two ships. They both displayed noteworthy manomerlng qualities A largo gathering of nillltni) and civil observers witnessed tho flights Tho military airship made a number of short vojages, Including a trip to Spandau and return, and oxerutetl complicated flights In every direction over tho parade ground This airship then descended in order to take up tho chief inspector of tho transporta tion of troops, who desired personally to test the capability of tho balloon. In tho meanwhile tho Parseval nlr nhip...

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. — 28 August 1907

Jt-IH-M''t'ii.li liWpWiW',,,S fytPim7trrntTtrTmQTftfti7r ' ' 'I'i'T'" t niinmafctiin 4. THE MARION D'AILYMIRROR. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28. 1907. PAGE THREE -4iSf l Roll or Glide, wo son Accident Insurance At very low prices. Securb yourself against loss or accident or sicliness. MILLS & BROWN I. O. O. K. BLOCK. shoeIusTness Is growing dnih. A few pairs low shoes yet to close. Nice new line for FfiLL AND WINTER It will pay you to take a loolc' here befdre biryihg shoes. I li II I A 1 1 I I .' It I i. m. rmirMvi 212 W. Con lor St. 1 1 FAMILY THEATRE Opens August 26th. MARLOWE- PLUNKETT & COMPANY Traventy Afo. RUDOLPH ASKELAND Violinist. ADAM BROS. Comedy Roller Skato. FREEMAN'S TRAINED - GOATS. E. P. ROWE.Illuatratcd Song Oamcnsraph Moving Pic- tnrca. ' Matineo Monday. Wednesday and Saturday. 3 p. m.. 10c. Children under 12 years old Saturday Matinoea G cents . Evening Shows 7:30 & 'J p. m. TICKETS 10c and 20c. I CAN SELL Your Real Estaio or 'Buslnes No Matter Whoro Located. P...

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. — 28 August 1907

W i PACE ?5UP THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28. 1007. (L I THE Daily Mirror. ff. BURGESS ...Busbies Manager A. C HOLLAND IMilur F. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES PUR NISIIED ON APPLICATION. ThH paper recolva the United I'rost Telo grapbk. New Service unit Market Imports, RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copy .-. .2o For Week by (amor e.-v,.10o By Mail, pei Year $4.00 Komi-Weekly Mirror, per yoar $1.00 Both Phones .-..-. No. D tnr1.. i hi Ohio Partly cloudy to. .."b .in i I hursday. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28. 1007. Political Announcements TOR REPRESENTATIVE. jTo the Democata of Marlon County: If you think my efforts on behalf of Democracy and W. J. Bryan In tho campalcn of lG and 1900 entltlo me to the nomination for Representative to the Seventy-seventh general as sembly of tho Statu of Ohio, I will certainly app-eclate any effort on your part for Miy support given. M. B. OH ASH. Editor Mirror: " PleaBO nnnounco tho namo of John E. Dutton as a candidato for tho no...

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. — 28 August 1907

A THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. WEDNESDAY. AU&U3T 28. 1907. PAGE rivj i -n ' .A. ' U rv. K HARD AND SOFT COAL Now is the time to place your order for your winter's supply. The Wollenweber Lumber Co. Phone 8. imwmmamamMmunmmmim Fairbank's Excursion To CEDAR POINT Thursday, EVERYBODY WELCOME. Tickets will not be sold at the railroad station. They can be secured from the Fairbank's Com pany or its employes and at any of the Ex press Offices on Center Street. 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 pot at 7.00 A. M. Baggage car to take care o? lunch baskets. Adults $1.25. 1IIS time HARD The HHHHHKMBHMi Buy T Now AN HONEST OFFER We offer to loan every honest man or woman in Marion Oounty who own Chattel property all tho money they need. Wo allow .you to pay us back in small wceklyor montlily payments and to prove our claim that wo aro tho choapest Loan Company ia Central ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 28 August 1907

'rvy' fn ' '' ' t r " r? - ww?'w'0ww'&wKwp?lF PAGE BIX THE MXlttON Jfite MIRROR'. WEDNESDAY-.AUGUST 28. 1907.- "W"' I i: k. w DRAKE THE GUILTY MAN His Hit GivuB Game to Tigers. WILMOT NOT EFFECTIVE Hits off Big Fellow were Mo3t Timely. Lime Burners Nearly Pound Out a Ninth IhuIue Victory Munalleld Won by 7 to 6 Score. (Hy l'liil Wolfe. MnnrfMd. Aug. 23. -To one Delos U. Drake, the Tifex's 1S center llelder. belongs tUo credit lor winning the first, jpim" fwccu MmiKliold and Marion at league park on Tuesday nftcrnoon jn tht s,nes which will decide which of the two teams is to occupy nx I i rtlnce in the league standing. AMI" one man out and the score a tic in the final inning of, the gaim-. nnd Spea on llrst base Drake smashed out a bing to right iielil. which would have been n home run under ordinary circumstances, but which unfortunately only count ed Cor three sacks, "lied" Far rell. the speedy right fielder of the Lime Burners, made ft great at tempt to get under the drive nn...

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. — 28 August 1907

"''ft f M i L I If iif' , r WtTAJTH trow tSA-ii". . ::: MOUNTAIN OF SILVER HMERIOAN MAKEO FIND IN CHINA I. BUT CAN'T DIG. ti Prevented by Ancestor Worship- Will Ak Uncle 8am for Protec tion Against Grafting Mandarins. Snn Francisco. After watching pa tiently a silver mountain for 30 years, unnbto nil that tlmo to stick n pick Into it, for fear of arousing tlio predn tory InBtlncts of China's grafting man darins, J, II. Wright, shipbuilder, of Shanghai, ooldior of fortune, and, ho hopes, millionaire, In tho sweet by and by, has como to America to In duce tho government to back him up and protect his property rights when, ho docs begin mining opera tions. Wright Is' going to Washington, but tho success of his mission Is open to doubt, for tho constitution expressly prohibits lntcrfcrenco with religious liberty, and it is exactly that which stands' botwocn Wright and tho llttlo plraplo on tho face of tho earth which lie is certain will make him n rival of Mldascs of Montana and Nevada ...

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. — 28 August 1907

' PAGE EICfllT THIJ MARION ,DAlLTl MIBJIOR- WEDNESDAY- AUGUST 28. 190. KLEINMAIER'S NBGkw&ar OF THE NEW FALL SHADES AND PATTERNS IS DISPLAYED IN OUR FURNISHING WINDOW. STOP AS YOU PASS. MISSIONARY SOCIETY Of Calvary Church to Hold Rally Meeting. Tho Woman's Mislnnary Society of Calvary EvntigWIrui church will hold Ufa nnnual Rally MeotlnK, Thursday nfternou nt 2 o'clock, nt tbo liomo ot Mrs. John Klinefelter, 70D i:ast Church street. An interesting pro gram lias 'been arranged and a largo attendances Is urged. The program follows: llovotlonnls-Mrs. Weill. Proportionate and Systomatlo Giv ing Miss Klinefelter. I-ndles' Qunrtot. Iinporlnnco of .Missions Miss Snmh Myers. Solo Piano Miss Ina Klinefelter.. K ccltatlou. Ladles' Quartet. MIspah Denodlctlons. After the program, will ho served. refreshments , LIptons Teas. R. T. Lewis & Co. mm i . Kt0K mmmm ,, CARD OF THANKS., Wo earnestly ilcsira to. thank all neighbors and friends for their sym pathy and kindness during tho ni nes ...

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