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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 11 September 1907

'T' "Nf f K I .NMWFmfniM 'S BIG STORE DICKINSON Just 'tho Timo of Yoar To look after buying your Cravcnettc Rain Coat for the chilly and rainy . ,, days that are approaching fast. Prices $10 to $27.50 B. DICKINSON ID) 123 East Center School Shoos sold by ncatty & Long fit the fcot of tho youngster nnil tho purses of their parouta. It P ORDER NOW Telephone or leave your order for your winter supply of COAL before the price advances. We have all kinds and only the best grades. THE OHIO MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. Let Your Wife 60 Away And 'stay a month if shelikes. You will be fed just as well at The New Star Restaurant 208 East Center St. Good home-made cook ing by one who knows how .MRS. M. C. MADIGAN Watch for the Opening. Come Early and Often AN HONEST OFFER Wo offor to loan every honest man or woman inMarlon County who own Ohatto'l property all tho mqnoy they need. Wo allow you to pay us, hack -in 'small weekly or montlily payments and to provo our claim that wo aro tho cheape...

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. — 11 September 1907

Trfp 1 TAQT, SIX THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. '11',- 1007 Union Station Time Card WFECTIVB JAN. 1, HOT. MOUTH BOUND. Ko. II No. S3 - 10:2J am No 36 . 4:20 Pm -No. i!7 10:50 pm No. 39 etiopw BOUTH BOUND. No. 10 I:H m No. 38 7:20 m No 32 10:25 n No. 34 1:35 Pm No. 38 ':15 m Daily. No. 38 starts from Mrto No. 39. stops at Marlon. No. 39 will l Columbus Rl I m Sundays. New York Central Linos BIG FOUR ROUTE j WEST BOUND. No. 17 fi:r10 iun lo. IS 9:52 am No. i!7 2:00 pm No, 0 .. 4:31! pin Ho. 43 7:30 pm HAST BOUND. No. 18 13:48 am No. 46 12:17 pro No. 10 5:27 pni No. 18 7:25 pm ho. 20 11:14 pm All trains dally except !ocls and Ko. E and 10. L. 2. NBISROALIi, Ticket Agenl. JPhonos Home 246; Bell 177. Kffect Jan. 1, 1907. For further Information reeardlm trains, call Lnforraitlo prator, lthr 'paona ERIE gfllLftOflg No. 10, Chautnuiiua Ex. .12:30 ntr No. 8, New York Ex.. 5:40 am No. 12 8:50&m "No. 4, Vestibule- Limited 0:15" pm .No. 1G Accommodation 12:52 pm No. 112 arrives ...

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. — 11 September 1907

c r y Av k V For Cou and Co fhs ds Nearly all other Cough Cures aro constipating, ospoclally thoao con taining opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup moves the bowels. Contains no opiate. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR "A Cold or a Cough noarly always produces constipation the water all runs to tho oyes, noso and throat ln- stead of passing out of the system through tho liver and kidneys. For want of molsturo tho bowels hecomo dry and hard." Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup relieves Colds by working them out of tho system through a copious action of tho bowels. Conforms to National PURE FOOD & DRUG LAW Sold by E Bron. G Coo and Tschanon FORMAL CHARGE Filed Against A Minister 1 And the Trial is Now On. Clovelnnd, . Sept 11. -Formal charges against the character of Ilov. W. 11. Kln, pastor of the First Methodist Uplucopal church, of Uhrlchavllle, and n member of tho last Ohltrcotilurciico, were preferred by Pi-prftllliK Kluar C 11. Hen thnrno today. Tho charg...

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. — 11 September 1907

t"'- mmui -m-mam - i-jij-- - iri1111 4 " rfiTfffT aoe eicM THE MARION DAILY M1OR0R. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1007. H-r -"V" V'p k?r -"-- ---- p5r - tew--" ' wm"? '"Wr?. --- m II. r m - i p : m. Itr tJSL '$3 t LHATS rmEwlll, At ' umTSXBks WILL VISIT iTHE C. D. & M. l Worthington Councilmen are Very Wroth. TEAR UP THE TRACKS I ' Unless Peace is Made by the Company. Alleged Flaw Found in the Franchise Grunted the Koad Violations are ) Charged. qiu lulE.1 i Ullwlifllt Unless the Columbia, Delaware & Marion Elcdtric Railroad company is willing to wake, terms with the peoplo along tho lino north of Co lumbus it will find its tracks torn up through tho villago of "Worthing trtn, under resolutions unanimously n'loptod last night by the Worthing tpn council, declaring tho com jihny is operating without n, valid iiaiiehisf and directing it immedi ately to remove its tracks and ojhpr pioporty from the street. 'The notion is tho culmination of the figlit for hotter servieo be tween Worthing...

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. — 12 September 1907

jr ST .? ' f .tf.'l&i ' ikn '.-vdrr? . ""a. s .. . ,ja'vfflHe x74i.MiB?rf v "r"-' 1BVTTHCWEH; '". r. iM 'T . The Marion Daily Mirror, c 11- VOLUME XVI. NO. U4. 0 ATAKION. OHIO, TJLUBSDAY EVENING, SEPT2BM31EH 3, 1907. .PBIOE TWO GENTf ijilj'!!rir r y r MMSS JEWS Horrible Atrocities Practiced at Kishineff Black Hundred . From Odessa Joined by Jew Baiters in Making the Raid Upon the Jewish Quarter. Bucharest, Roumnnlu, Sept. 12. Horrible atrocities against helpless Jews during tho massacre at Klshl nbff, many of tho vlctlmB being burned nllvo, are reported In des patches rccolvcd hero. According to these advices, rowdies from Odessa were responsible for tho pogrom, A large band of roughs sent by tho Black Hundred Organization, arrived in iClBhliioft Sunday night. They RUMOR SAYS METCALF the Sonding of the Battleship Fleet to the Pacific Has Caused the Secretary to Lose His Prestage at the White House and He is Said to be 'Preparing to Leave, Gracefully. Washington, Sept. 12. On tho...

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. — 12 September 1907

' PAGE TWO THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1007 ;n 4fc- AS IN THE DAYS w O. A. R. MEN MARCHED IN ARRIV ING RAIN STORM. , f iNfifl TENTHOUSAND MEN IN LINE Parade of Veterans at ihe Saratoga Encampment was an Inspiring Sight, Notwithstanding Very Bad Weather. Saratoga, N. Y., Sept. 12. Tho Graml Army of the Ilept.bllc held Itn parade Wednesday- Us forty-llrst lu memory of tho days of wur. Ten thou Hnml veternnn the remnant of tho onco victorious army whoso scores of thousands passed In retew at the na tional capital when the war was over braved a driving sterni to march again beneath their battle Hags. Un mindful of tho storm, as In the days of "sixty-one," when jouth and lovo or tho llag knew no phslenl bounds, those that wero left passed In rovlow oer a measured niM . And so 10,000 or these veterans of the nntlon's days of tilal stepped out to inspiring notes In a storm that must havo brought to their memories the days ot active soldlerir-g. Thousands of, spectators...

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. — 12 September 1907

PAGE THREE THE MARION DAILY MIRROR- THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, lOttf 1 r If' fiTT?riT?'WJiS CASTOR '""'"'" Ill I II itF .h-v-ujiui, J i'JJU CENT AVcgelablcfrcpafiUlonforAs slmi!aliii2iheR)0(Ian(II?cdula (InsJUicSioniachsnndDiwtlsor PromotcsDirfesllonheftM ncss and Rest.ContaIns nete Opium.Morphlne nor Mineral. not Narcotic. , AtcfitifoMDrSiMmniuini JhwAn Sera' jUxJamtt JixtHUSdtt- ifivJrtviKtrSih tlirmSml' ClaKlril 'Smr KwtnjrtmtKnr. Apcrfcct Remedy forConstlpa- iioiiisourainmaui.uiuiiijw' and Loss of Sheer Facsimile Sajoature or NEW YOHK. ; :ai flU-7" it W, isa jfjPci Guaranteed unucrlhc ttxwn ti,,,ii -iiiiiMirt iiiim Exact Copy of Wrapper. The Grand O. E. Perry, Lcsscj and Manager. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 Matinee and Night. An Intellectual Treat to Lovers of Refined Comedy. "LAUGH, AND THEN SOME MORE LAUGHS" IT'S ALL N. AREYOUAMASON? By Special Arrangement with Charles Frohman. Prices, Evening, 50c, 75c, SI. Box Scats $1.50 Matlnoo, Adults 50c Children 25c MARION THEATRE Week of Septe...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 12 September 1907

pace ro'ft e: THE DAILY MIRROR P. toURQESS ...BusIni'MfcKanager 'A. . HOLLAND Editor P. ft. ARMSTRONG.. City lfrlitor 'JUIVERTISINO RATES iFU lisnED ON APPLICATION. V itn. i E II j ..,. - Tli pancfrseelveaUie Unltea Prow Tele. : Ic Newsservice mm jtiarnci iiepuna. I&TES OF SUBSCRIPTION, Single Copy 2o Fori Week by I'arrlor .....: .10o BytMail, per Uir $4.00 Bonfe-Weckly Mirror, per yoar $1.00 Bot Phones ... No. 9 AfEVTHr.H lor Ohio Fair to night am! Friday. , j, u ,jfc 4 tiEMOORATIO CITY TICKET,. ,"' For Mayor , LOUIS SOBERFF T For Solicitor taL WILLIAM P. MOLONEY. ISC it i For Auditor HARRY S. ELLIOTT. t For Treasurer v!r I CLAUDE D. WALTERS. k For President of Council . &AMUEL B. LIPPINCOTT. I For Council at Largo t ARTHUR W. BRYANT I BENJAMIN F. WAPLES j HENRY A. SOHULER. Tor Board of Public Service f J. O. ANTHONY, MICHAEL CLARY I THOMAS J. MEAD. t For Board of Education FRED E. GUTHERY J. WILBUR JACOBY. i For Wlard Councilman first Ward-G. W. NEELY. Second Ward-tf. J. R...

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. — 12 September 1907

', y y -v h (Meet Us Face to Face We Wiil Trek You RIGHT Wfc1 Tlioro's EXCLUSIVENESS Thara'i STYL.E Tharo'a COMFORT Thuro'a LONG SEIWICE- Florsheim Shoe 0 0 BEATTY or a full grown shoe store. buy is j Cobbling outfits completcTktHc Leather strips locand i Rubber cement Leather cement ..5c Rubber heels 15c and 25c Shoe nails, all sizes, 2 boxes 5c "- Cobbling Material THE RACKET STORE ORDER NOW Telephone or e,ve.Myour. order for your winter Supply of, COAL before the price advancess We have all kinds and only the best grade! THE OHIO & ELEVATOR CO. VHaL.ilfaLJAiJA,iitHAHOjLiAUiIiiAAtlJlLj j w AN HONBST OFFER We offer to loan every honest man or woman In Marion County who own Chattel property all the inbney they ..node! . Wo allow you to flay us back in small weekly or montldjfaymonta and to prove our claim that wo aro the cheapest Loan . .Company in Central ,Ohlo wo aro submitting Somo of our rates. $1.10 per weekdays a $20.00 loan. $1.20 per week1 pays a $40 loan, $1.40 per week...

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. — 12 September 1907

FAGE SIX THE ' MffiSION D'AlLV MIRROR. . THURSDAY.'SEPTEMBER" 12,1907 Union Station Time Card WTEOT1VH JAN. 1, 1807. KORTH BOUND. ko. ii , ; No. 83, , 10:2J am No 8G J? No. 37 ! No. 89 1:19 ni AOIITII BOUND Ho. 10 - ,:H m 38 WO" No 83 10:25 an no. 8: i-fv No. 88 7:lBpm Daily. No. 38 start- from MarIo. No. 39. Btopt at Marloa. No. 39 -will 1T ColnmbM at 1 Bundajm. New York Central lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. 17 0:40 am 1o, 19 9M ra No. 27 2:00 pro No. C 4'32 Pm Ho. 43 W Pm EAST BOUND. Ko. 16 l6:At am No. 8 12:17 pm No. 10 6:27 pm No. 16 7:25 Pm lNo. 20 11:14 pm All trains dally xcpt locals and ffo. I and 10. L. B. NEBKItOALIi, Ticket Agtnl. Phono iiomt 248; Ball 177. Effect Jan. 1. 1907. For further Information retarding trains, call lnforroatlox porator, 4ther 'phone. ERIE RAILROflB No. 10, Chnutnuqua Ex. .12:30 arr No. 8, Now Yoik Ex.. 5:40 am No. 12 8:50 am No. 4, Vcstibulo Limited 0:15 pm .No. 10' Accommodation 12:52 pm No. '2 arrives 5:20 pm C. B. DIV1HION. No. 14 11:20...

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. — 12 September 1907

P AGE SEVETf A Mirror Want Hd. Will Find You a B THE MARION DAILYi MlflttOK THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1007 1 Y ft FIERCE , FIGHTING Moors Make Determined At tack on French Forti fications. Tangier, Sent. 12. Isito ndvlccs from Casablimca dcclaro the fiercest lighting preceded the capture- and, burning of the Taddert camp. The Moors made frequent attempts to cap ture tho French artillery, charging repeatedly In tho faco of a torrlhlo ilro that mowed them down In Bcorea. Tho superiority of tho French arms told In tho Moors' ulti mate defeat. Paris, Sept. 12. An official mes sago from General Drudc, command ing tho French forces In Morocco, states that ho has captured -and burned the Taddert camp. Heavy losses were Inflicted on tho Moors In tho fighting whllo tho French lost one killed and six wounded. LITTLE GIRL IS WASHED INTO SEWER Cincinnati, O., Sept. 112. At Hamilton, near here, yesterday, a cloudburst iloodcd the streets for many squares, causing considerable dauuige, and tho hydr...

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. — 12 September 1907

4" 7AQB EIGHT THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 190V M ' ' fM t llll II W I SC KLEINMAIERS THAT "ADLER" NOTHING No made .to measure garment is hand tailored "more elegantly than one ask for an "ADLER" style book, which cleverly portrays in colors the newest styles for the coming season. KLEINMAIERS Everything Lovty. 1 Tt world' all right; only the cfcapi who want the world art grumb ling. CHILDREN'S READYMADE DRESSES The new Fall Lines are now in. Neat little Dresses as cheap as 50 cents Girls Dresses made of best Manchester Cambrics all sizes 98c and $1.25 Girls dresses made of fancy mixtures, plaids and checks; also plain mate rials at $1.69, $1.95 and $2.39 SCHOOL HOSIERY Children's fast blacb hose, extra good values at 10c Extra good IHoso for Boy's and Girls at 15c and 25c THE Denman-Jenner Co. West Gonter St. NEW WAISTS AND SKIRTS BEAUTIFUL GOODS Handsome Net Waist, 53.48 to $5.98 Black Silk Waists, every size from 34 to 44. All new goads, neatly made and tucked...

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. — 13 September 1907

. ' ' 1 t i 1 ( $ 4? MarioNI Daily Mirror Ky v.- i VOLUME Xl. NO. 26. MABION. OHIO, I'KIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER J, 1907. PBIOE TWO CENTS u nLn ... ' ' ' 1 HE 5 y f , iMl WM & NAVY DEPARTMENTS ARE NOW VERY BUSY Since Secretary Metcalf's Return From the Paci fic Coast, Preparations For Moving Admiral Bob Evans' Big Fleet are Being Pushed Speculation as to What the Move "Really Means is Rife- Ope Report Has it That the President Plans to Keep the Big Fleet in the Pacific Indefinitely and to Build up a New Atlantic, Fleet How and When the Battleships Return to the Atlantic, if They do Return, are Mysteries All Nations are Now Watching the United States. (Iy Orvlllo II. Stewart represen tative or the United Press at Uio navy department.) Washington, Sept. lR.-Wlth Secre tory or the Navy Mctcnlf's return to Washington from his inspection or fncllltfes for caring for the Atlantic fleet on tho Pacific coast, renewed activities are being displayed by Uio naVal authorities In putting Into ...

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. — 13 September 1907

inii ifir i '-Tf' VW't'jSU''," 'fl $Cr ., ..j T.J,., r--f . lyWOhftHfrfr; -T- -gHg-"" TV ""',-"' r flriaynj ' AQE TWO THE MAMON DAILY MIRKoK. TRIDAY, gEfcTEkBER' 13, '1007. SAYS HIE RUMORS i ARE ALL FALSE ON'THfe ANXIOUS BENCH. REV. TiNSLEV ON t T jfiryg PMrflMMMR Credit RIAL FOR HERESY b PHILADELPHIA RAPID THANOIT CO. CAN FULFILL ITS OBLIGATIONS. President of the Company Ittues a Statement In View of the Hapld Decline In the Price of Its Securities. Philadelphia. Sopt. 13 following the break In Philadelphia Itnpld Trim alt Block unit t'nloii Traction mluin".i Thursday, President Parsons, or tin) Armor company, lust night laticd an olllelal statement r.oncf i-nlnp thw Uinta, cial RtatiiH of I ho corporation niul I tA ability to fulfill Its Obligation ami make Itnpro'venieiitH tinder wnv and needed betterments. In his statement, which Is approved by tho board of director. President Parsons says: "In view of the false rumors and charges respecting the conipanv, tho board deemed It wis...

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. — 13 September 1907

""; J ' I I y l K L 'is v- my- WFi i - . . . - flr 1 ' ' 1 U need a I 1 Biscuit, -: - 1 II A food to work .on ' H A -C -i j Hi irw - xooa xo smue on n . ffl A food wising on w l 1 Energy and! goW-nature in M CI' IS! every. packagSV v, 11 $ " The -most nutritiouneafc.', I I food. . Jjr.;; i I I rW Efffh I' moisture and lm (m fc ' dust proof packages. " () F NATIONAL' BISCUIT COMPANY f jSv ' ju It The Grand c- .. Perry, Lcsstw and Manager. SATURDAY, SEPrEMBER 14 Matinee and Night. An Intellectual Trept to Lovers of Refined Comedy. "LAUGH, AND THEN SOME MORE LAUGHS" IT'S ALL IN. ME YOU A MASON? By Special Arrangement with Chnrles Frohman. Prices, Evening, 50c, 75c, St. Box Seats SI. 50 Matinee, Adults 50c Children 25c W I Ml-,....,! ! I M, The Grand A- G. E. Perry.Lcssec and Manager TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th. Tho Great Political Satire, HOYT'S A .'$ TEXAS STEER -T- With Jas. R. McCann as Ma crick Brawler and Nina Wilbur as J3ossy and all tho old favorites. Prices, 25c, 50c, 75cr $1.00. M...

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. — 13 September 1907

U 1 , VAQH roun THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1907. fc - n "fvf.fr ' w r j r THE DAILY MIRROR P. BURGESS ...Business Manager IA. C. HOLLAND Editor P. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FUR NISHED ON APPLICATION. Thin papcrrocelvcuthe United Pross Tclo gropblc JiowABorvlcO And Mntket ltoports, HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION Binglo Copy . ... k ... 4 ou .2o For Week by Currior :. .10o By Mail, per Ycnr $4.00 Bomi-Wcckly Minor, per yoar $1.00 Both Phones ,.- No.. 9 "WEATHER -Fair, wanner to night; Sntuiduy lair, wanner in eastern portion. K ., iwui4'l DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET.. For Mayor LOUIS 60HERFF. klin., !g For Solicitor It. JVILLIAM P. MOLONEY. For Auditor U" 7 HARRY S. ELLIOTT. , For Treasurer U. CLAUDE D.' WALTERS. & r For President of Council , SAMUEL B. LIPPINCOTT. For Council at Largo v ARTHUR W. BRYANT BENJAMIN F. WAPLES HENRY A. SOHULER. For Board of Public Servico J. C. ANTHONY. MICHAEL CLARY THOMAS J. MEAD. For Board of Education FRED E. QUTHERY J. WI...

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. — 13 September 1907

r THE MARION DAIIiY MIRROR' TRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1D07. PAGE rxvi ' y kx ? DICKINSON'S In rill nmrHir wit iWm 1 J llyss if afrSaw""1!! Xaen5 Itrri i -m- -j MiW t. I w 1W&S Jkf X0r B. Dickinson TOMATOES TOMATOES TOMATOES (Get ready to can them'next week don't wait. We have nice elderberries for canning, sweet heart melons 20c arid 25c, new honey in comb 22c per pound. Stop in and look over our line of good things to eat. Ve have plenty of good country butter on Saturday. S VANATTft ORDER NOW Telephone or leave your order for your winter supply of COAL before the price advariues. We have all kinds and only the best gf&des. THE OHMILLING & ELEVATOR CO. AN HONE Wo offor to loan ovcry honest who own Ohattol property all tho to pay ns back in small weekly our claim that wo aro tho cheapest aro submitting Bomo of our rato3. $1.10 per wcok pays a $20.00 loan. $1.20 per wcok' pays a $40 loan, $1.10 per wcok pays a $50.00 loan. $2.00 per week pays a $75.00 loan. $2.60 per wcok pay...

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. — 13 September 1907

T T '' V'if'i w A- nrjf n"cv-v " ' V rr 'f p -" r,, wmaq,, , , .r M ' -vw fl" iTffSw1 "IP 'TV"-" V Tm"'D? ilH PAGE BEE THE MAKION TAHiY MIRROR PRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1007. ?f?r i w . Union Station Time Card XFFECTIVB JAN. 1, HOT. w NORTH BOUND. wo. ii "":I!!S am To. S3 ,.... 10:25 am No 35 - 4-2 Pm No. 37 10:50 pm No. 39 1:10 pm SOUTH BOUND. No. 10 :H am No. 38 7:20 m No32 1:25 n No. 81 1:35 pm No. 36 '!1B m Dally. No. 38 start from Mario. No. 39. stops t Marlom. No. 39 will It Columbus At m Wa Sundays. New York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. 17 6:40 am Ao. 19 9:52 am No. 27 2:00 pm No. 5 ............ 4:32 pm No. 43 7:30 pm BAST BOUND. No. 16 19:48 am No. 40 12:17 pm No. 10 5:27 pm No. 16 .... 7:25 pm No. 20 11:14 pm All trains dally cxcopt locals and Hem. t and 10. L. a. NEBERQALL, Ticket Agnl. Phonos Moms 246; Ball 177. Effect Jan. 1, 1907. For fnrthor Information rszardln trains, call Information vperator, lthr 'phons. ERIE iflBU$ No. 10, Chautauqua Ex. .12:30 atr No...

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. — 13 September 1907

THE MARION DAILY MlRtfOR. TRlDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1907. xoe beveh - - Mirror Ad. Will Find You a Buyer. Want t ta W1 . W SENATOR JOSEPH F. JOHNSTON. Joseph Forney Johnston, who has Ikcii chosen to succeed the Into Edmund W. I'ottim In the rutted States somite, tins long Imm-ii active In the polities of Alabama, He was horn In Lincoln enmity, X (.'., In IS I:; ninl was a boy itt school when the civil wnr broke out He enlisted In tlio Confederate service ntul rose to Hie rank of captain, fought In ninny buttles nnd w.is wounded four times. He practiced law In Solum lor nboiit twinl.v jours, mul hIuco 1SSI his Lome has bemi at Illrmliiclinm. Ho lms twice nerved ns irovcrnor. NO MORE FOR TEDDY Nick Longworth Says Roose velt is. Not in tlie Race. San Francisco, September 13. If Nicholas Longworth, son-lu-lnw or President IloosevoTt. and .Member ot Congress from Clnrlnnatl. speaks with any authority, and It Ih general ly believed that what little he nay him tho sanction of tho Chief Exec ut...

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. — 13 September 1907

Votflf rr- - T'r t" tt I'flC.f pvob eight THE MARION DAILY MiBnoKfcrfclDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1007. '4 ' 1 ml t i i; h ft KLEINMAIERS "Hawes" $3.00 Hats Stand for all that is stylish and good j? in gentlemen's head gear. While this hat is always shown a little later in the season than others, Jhe advantage of having the HA"VES,M styles and quality is worth waiting for. The completeThof "HAWES" hats for the cominJfHll and win- ter seasons is now iivarfd styles displayed in our Main St. window. WE GUARTNTEE EVERY "HAWES" $3.00 HAT -. TO GIVE AS GOOD SATISFACTION AS ANY $5.00 HAT MADE, OR MONEY REFUNDED. KLEINMAIER MISSIONARY SOCIETIES .Of the Various Churches Meet Thursday. OFFICERS ARE ELECTED Excellent Musical and Liter j ary Programs Given. Annual District Convention of the C. W. B. M. to be Held at the Central Christian Church, ucrBn" The Woman's Jlome Missionary So ciety ot the "Wesley M. H. church met yesterday afternon at tne homo of ,Mrs. John Manley, on west Cen ter street. The s...

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