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

THE MARION DAILY MIRltOlt. MONDAY, OEPTEMBER 10, 1007. PAttB TZVM tea & "JC y An HONEST OFFER Wo offor to loan ovory honest man or woman in Mai'?n County who own Chattel property all tho monoy thoy need. Wo allow you to itay us back- In small weekly or monthly payments and to provo our claim that wo aro tho cheapest Loan Company in Central Ohio wo are submitting Uomo of our ratc3. $1.10 per wc?k pays a $20.00 loam 1.20 per week pays a $40 loan, $1.40 por"weok pays' a $50.00 loan. $2,00 por. wook pays a $76.00 loan. $2;iG.O per week pays a $100.00 loan. Other amounts in samo proportion. Loans Mado . in all Surrounding Counties ' Marion Chattel Loan Co. W&h&F' I Buy I Coal J Now For a hctiltjiful drink for these hot days try MOXJE Nothing Bettor F. J. LUSCH GROCER. N.B. Cor. Stat ft CenUr Bta. lit ' COAL BricK Cement, time, Sand, Wall Plaster, Sewer Pipe. Price & Hurley Prospect St. Phone 284 Between Railroads. This will bo a good week for fancy ripo tomatoes, wo will ...

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 September 1907

r ." n w ? MAOISM Union Station Time Card t$ KTJTKCT1VB JAN. 1, HOT. MORTH DOUND. 'To, 1 ' tt TNo. S3 ...... 10:28 am No 35 - 4:29 Pm .No. 37 W:60 pm No. 39 :1 m SOUTH BOUND. ko, 10 v 8:89 ni JNo. 38 7:20 am No 32 10:25 an No. 84 1:35 pm No. 36 7:11 pm Dally. No. 38 utart from Marlon. No. 39. stops at Marlon. ,No. 39 -will lar Columbni M i PS Sondayn. How York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST DOUND. N6. 17 C:40 nm Jo'. 13 ..n 9:52 am No. 27 2:00 pm No. 6 . 4:32 pm Nof. 43 7:30 pm " EAST BOUND. rT6t 26 19 I 48 AH1 No'. 46 12:17 pm No. 10 v 5:27 pm No1. 16 7:25 pm fc'o. 20 11:14 pm All trains dally excapt locali and Wo. K and 10. ( h. B. NSnEROAIJb, v Ticket Anl. Iionos noma 24C: Ball 177. Kffect Jan. 1, 1907. Vor furtlwr Information retarding trains, call infaraatlox ptrar, thr 'phone. I ERIE zmiuw N.O. 10, Chautauqua Ex. .12:30 air No. 8 Now York. Ex.. G:40 am No. 18 , 8:C0 am No. 4, Vcstibulo Limited 0:15 pm .No. 10 Accommodation 1252 pm No. 22 arrives C:20 pm O. B. DIVISION. 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. — 16 September 1907

i i t- THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1907. ?XQE BITVErT Mirror Want M. W Find You a Buyer. THE MARION D'ATlY MlftllOK. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1907 r A X t I.' H-''MWwWlUwtyVwWw$W Do You Belong to "The Citizens' '& Committee?" $ This committee is made up of the men who , sit around an excava- ' tion for a new building, whittle pine sticks, spit ! tobacco juice on the fresh dirt and watch the other fellows work. i It's all right to show Interest in new build ings, in town develop ment and progress, but there's a better way. You can do more good for yourself and the community by re signing from "The Citi zens' Committee" and ..getting into the General Progress Committee. This committee is the one that. PUTS UP' THE NEW BUILDINGS, brings new business into town to occupy them, i ' 8 paints the old houses, keeps the sidewalks in good repair, beautifies the front yards, cleans up the back yards and otherwise makes fhis town a better town to live in. The General Progress...

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 September 1907

i i i' h FAQE EIGHT KLEINMAIERS OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th ON 'ACCOUNT OF HOLIDAY. BOYS All sizes from 3 SEPARATE to Ki years in ei- KNEE ther straight or PANTS K n i c k erbocker style. There are some great values in this new fall stock of ours. Serges, Cheviots Cassi m ere s, Worsted. Prices, 25c50o75c up $B0YS Almost a "hun- FALL Ured and one" CAPS styles to select from The greatest cap f selection wo have ? ever shown-ever shown in Marion Caps that have i shape and style ' to them. Prices, 25c-50c-75c-$1 KLEINMAIERS 'MRS. EDWARD TRU1TT BIT BY AUTOMOBILE Left Ankle is Badly Crushed and Broken. i I.'&TTjP?! Accident Takes Place Saturday Eve. nlng Victim May be a Cripple .. . For Life. . : - , , ,5rjSTS38 Mrs. .Edward; TruitE o Bennett Btreot had her left anklo crushed ami uroucn uy Doing run uuwu ujri aa automobilo drivca by C. C.l Brown of tlio Boulevard, about) o 'o'clock Saturday evening.) The ac cident occurred in front of tlio Hughs & Cleary...

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 September 1907

M V' v. j" i r ' . ' -I . ' The Marion" Daily Mirror. VOLUME XVI. NO. 28. ACA.1HON. OHIO, TUTSSDAY EVENING. SEPTJ3M15.I3K 37, 15)07. 1'JIIOE TWO OBNT8 i:iwr J T i i it V U " "PINK TEA" ADMIRALS Jealousy Over His Being Selected to Command the Battle Ship Fleet to Pacific Waters Has Stirred the Desk Admirals Against the Old Sea Dog. Fighting Bob's Style Does Not Suit His Brother Officials Who Prefer Dancing Pomps and Dress Parades to Sea Boats and Fighting Togs Evans, is Believed to Have Promised to make Japanese the Language ot Hades Should the Occasion Present He Has Scored Many Times Over the Men Who are bome bore bpois. Washington, Sopt .17. There Is a busy Intriguo on foot In tho navy department to keep bluff "Hob" 15v nns from commanding tho battleship licet to tho Pacific. A crow of "desk admirals" and "drawing rt)om navigators" hero In Washington are hard at work In this game. "Fighting Bob" baa never had much use fpr this crowd, and ho has been frank to show it at nil times. ...

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. — 17 September 1907

PAGE TWO THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1907. !'WIWWIWflUWlWfMWilwHiWl'WW ROGERS, OIL KK, A PHYSICAL WRECK SO SAY HIS RELATIVES AND CEV ERAL FRIENDS. HAS HAD P'ARALVTilC STROKE JJlill Standard Oil Financier Is Exeu-ec from Being Haled Into Court to Testify In Lawsuit Involv ing $50,000,000. Boston, Sept. 17. Upon tho ovl. dence of members of tin fnmily ol Henry H Kogwia and tin- family physt clan, tlint .Mr. Rogers suffered n strokii last July, and lias since been tumble tc transact any business, Judge limn lnond, In tue supremo court Monday announced It would be cruel to compel his attendance In court, nml dismissed a motion to that effect. The condition of Mr Rogers was disclosed In the course of a hearing on a motion to show that hi was capnble of attending the trial of u suit against him for $f0, 000,000 brought by C II. Hayniond, ol Somervlllp. for alleged conversion of certain royalties In connection with tho production of petroleum. Counsel for Jtayuiond soug...

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. — 17 September 1907

y V i 'nn 4 NThe Qrand C. E. Pcrry.lcsjco and Manager TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th. The Great Political Satire, HOYT'S A TEXAS STEER With Jus. R. McCimn as avenek Uramler and Nina Wilbor as Bossy old favorites. and all tho rices, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00. . y O. E. Perry, Lciew and Manager. THSRSbAY7sEPEftlBER jm The J. W. Tread well Attractions (Inc) Present the Glassiest Singing and Dancim' Comedienne o! the period, beautiful kJLy . v j " In the Funniest o all Muscal Farce oomecies, Jiy Mink K. Swin Two IIoiirH and Forty MimiitH or Bonfrniul I.nugliter. Hour "Thoy All Look llko Mary' 1 Oarlnnliiim.""H(iu'UHo I'm Jrnirij-tl Now." 'Darllnu." "if I Klnmlil i.'Tfli The Grand ILL lEE ' i HminH jjfffn j in l.)vo With 'S on," "Choi rv," 'Slut KftAin't TlmtKliitlofRGirl," I-Jtc,J:te. Prices, $1, 75c, 50c, 25c. Boxes $1.50 FAMILY THEATRE Week of September 16 P0Rir.HJ. WHITE & COt in Drama7io - -THE VISITOR" AUDIS0N & LIIINGSTON "" Comedy Sketch EUGENE SWEEf, Comedian UK. blGNOH C0AIES, Xylo...

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

a , ..'. fAou four THE MARION DAILY MIRROR TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1007. UJ3I b IA v n THE DAILY MIRROR g. BURGESS "...Business Manager IA. C. HOLLAND Editor f. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERT! RATES FUR- NISHEI APPLIOATJON. J'V'V This paper rcclrriHt)c Unt Tress THo rrApblc flews Scrvlfco nurt'Mntkct lleputtt. RTApblCi RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION Binglo Copy : 2a For Week by Cnrrior ir..l0o By Mail, per Year ..$4.00 Bomi-Weckly Mirror, per yoot $1.00 Both Plumes !, No. 9 t ' Weather for Ohio Unsettled weath er, pos3ll)ly local showcrB tonight or Wednesday, slightly cooler tonight In northern portion. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY. TICKET. taiu. For Rcprcsontatlvo V WILLIAM T. SMITH. l DEMOCRATIC CITY. TICKET. u, " ' Tor Mayor U. LOUIS SOHERFF. $ Tor Solicitor fe; WILLIAM P. MOLONEY. Tor Auditor HARRY S. ELLIOTT. Tor Treasurer CLAUDE D. WALTERS. u t t,, L ? Tor President of Council SAMUEL B. LIPPINCOTT. Tor Council at Largo ARTHUR W. BRYANT . -..BENJAMIN T. WAPLES i a HENRY A. SOHULER. r For Board o...

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. — 17 September 1907

THE MARION DAILY .MIRHOR. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1907. paoe nva i rX y y i r 1 5 F ORDER NOW Telephone or leave your order for your, winter supply of COAL before the .price advances. We have all kinds and only thebest grades. THE OHIO MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. Buy I Coal I Now T HIS HARD The (II COAL BricK Cement, Lime, Sand, Wall Plaster, Sewer Pipe. Price & Hurley N. Prospect St. Phone 284 Between'Railroads. es "ift - PEACHES AND TOMATOES i We have some nice peaches and tomatoes for canning. Now is the time to can them. F. J. LUSCH GROCER. N.B. Cor. Stat ft Cntr ti. LOAN'S on Household Goods, Pianos, etc. Amounts from $10 to $100. ., Marion Chattel Loan Co. 131 1-2 E. Oontor St. f Place your order for the! winter supply of H HARD OR SOFT COAL with mo. All tirades at the ight price. R. P. BUSARD Bennet St. Both Phones, MAMMOTH QUEEN OLIVES These are the largest we can buy. They are very very meaty and of fine flavor when you want some extra' fine ones. Try ours. t , Robinson's...

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

f"t ;" i I 4 if' , '" PAGE SIX THE MARION DAILY MIltROR'-TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER' 17, lOOTv r I. D1 I -ft. It Union Station Time Card WTECTIVH JAN. 1, HOT. LIHkl iYl. !WHMMMB9S: MORTH BOUND. ITo. II T:9 arB mo. n ... 10:2R m No SB r i:20 Pm .-No. 37 W:M P No. S9 l:10pm SOUTH BOUND. No. JO :H am )No. 38 7:20 m No 32 1?:"an No. 84 i:?5pm No. S r 7: m Dally. No. 38 tart from Mario. No. 39. stops at Marlom. No. 39 will 1t Colummu ni I m n Sundays. Now York Central Unos BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. 17 C:40 am Jo. 19 9:M wn No. 27 2:00 pm No. 6 4:32 pm No. 43 7:30 pm BAST BOUND. No. 16 : No. 46 12:17 pm No. 10 C:27 pm No. 1C 7:2B Pm No. 20 11:14 pm All trains dally except locils and Mos. t and 10. L. H. NEBKROAUi, C TIckBt Ajtnl. " rhonts iiorn 246; BU 177. Effect Jan. 1, 1907. Ir further Information recardlna trains; call lnlormatloa operator, rtther 'phone. ERIE Rft lbmb No. 10, Chauliuiciua Ex. .12:30 air "No. 8, Now York Ex.. 5:10 am No. 12 8:50 am No. d, Vcalibulo Limited 0:15 pm t.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. — 17 September 1907

TIIE MARION DAILY MlRttOK. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER' 17, 1907. TaqTj sirvEif ft Mirror Want Ad. Will Find You a Buyer. f i. -a 4. . i Uy V i IP'" W2 mmmmmnmmmmH)MHmBBHmmm Mr. William Dollar, ! uood titizen In ft cortnin western town lives ft gcntloinnn whoso nnmo is Willinni Dollrtr. Thoy cnll him Dollnr Bill when thoy get funny. But Mr. Dol lar is n dignified, enter prising, good citizen. Not overy Dollfir Bill is n good citizon. Mnny of them tiro prono to ignoro tho claims of their own community and run away to a big city to bo spent. Many millions of Dollar Bills havo left tho smaller towns for tho overgrown cities this present year of our Lord. How many Dollar Bills havo gono out of THIS TOWN 1 of t homo and gono to some big city, never to return ? Every timo a Dollar Bill leaves town it takes a two-cent to a Mail Order Store. That but it doesn't help tho local much less trado for him. Which means just so much less cash circulat ing in this community. Which means just so much more soc...

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. — 17 September 1907

'I AOE eigii? ' ' ' ' THE MARION; DAILY MIRROR TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1907. SE I if v. II i KLEIN Store Closed Tomorrow On Account Of Holiday. THE"KLEINMAIER" ONE DOLLAR SHIRT You've paid $1.50 for si shirt not one whit better style, lit, workmanship or quality. The one number displayed in our Furnish ing window, will give you an idea of the neat ness of the new Fall patterns, now ready, Neg ligee or stiff bosom, cuff attached or separate. KLEINMAIER'S REMAINS ARRIVE funeral From the Residence Wed. nesday Morning. I Ulio ranuiins of Kdwurd Smith, vho was found dead Sunday night nt his boarding house in ( lovehind. tycio bi ought lieio ut ten o'clock tills morning and taken to tlio homu of IiIh mother, Mrs. Clara Smith, of "West Center Htieet. The deceased was aged 18 yenis and had boon ( ' Clpveland for some time. k'Tho funeral services will be held at the residence Wednesday niurii Ihg at eleven o'clock. Intel incut will occur at Radnor. t -- Is this your year for n. Genulno Seal J...

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. — 18 September 1907

" ' X The Marion! Daily MARION. OniO, WEDNESDAY EVENINGr. SEPTEMBER 38, 1907. VOLUME XVI. NO. 21). PRICE TWO OKNTS Mirror. i, V i f JAPANESE ARE ANGRY WITH GREAT BRITIAN They Feel That Canada Hss Perpetuated a Greater Wrong Against Them Than the United States and They Recognize That Canada and Great Britian are One. Tokyo, Sept, 18. Americans lmve had no monopoly on tho disfavor of tho Jopanoso masses Blnce tho Van couver riots.- If anthing the Island ers think they have hcen moro scurv lly treated hy the Canadian that hy tho United Htates government. Nelth ci do they draw any distinction be tween Canadians and 1'nglisu. America at least owed them noth ing, thoy argue. The Hrltlsh, being their allies, they think should have taken prompter steps to see that tho Mikado's Pacific coast subjects in the now world were protected from CRANK TRIES TO SEE ROOSEVELT Says He Traveled All the Way from Alabama to Solicit tho President's Aid in Collecting $10,000,000 From Rockefeller for Services...

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. — 18 September 1907

k PXOE ;tw.o THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1907, I I if ROOSEVELT ffiO 'TO THE PRflSltJENT ENDORSES CON PRESSMAN'S CANDIDACY FOR MAYOR OF CLEVELAND. Burton Says the Sole Object of HIb Campaign Is to Free the City from the Alleged Ring Rule of Mayor Johnso'n. Cleveland, Sept. IS. Congressman Theodore E. Burton Inst night Issued a statement commenting on the Ko-rnll ed national phases or t Ii coming mu nicipal election In Cleveland In which he lst the rnpuhllcnu nominee for mayor, and making puhllc for the first time the letter of President Roosevelt urging him to nccept the republican leadership In opposition to Mayor Johnson. Mr. Burton's statement. Including the letter of the president, follows: "An erroneous Impression hus gone forth that the mayoralty campaign hero la to an exceptional extent com plicated with national politics. Such Is not the cnBe. The nll-Hiilllclcnt reason for my candidacy Is the local situation Unless l.nm grossly deceived, existing condition...

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. — 18 September 1907

:THE MA1U0N DA'lLY MIRROR. . - . ' i . WBDNHSDAY, SBfefc. 1R,-1007.. PAOB THREU HEAVY FINE . FOR TWEEDIE A GOOD SPONGE I it 0 ill ii M., '' ' "' ''""" WiMinmvnWpmnniMMliMBMHW III inMVMRWPMmMHMMnMWNWMNMnMMt MR. KNAPP ,1. ' JB x -M Who Will Speak nt tlie Sunday ' , " ' v , V ' Vlfe School Association Thmsduy at '"''':' "-''wL '"'i '" - thc'First Presbyterian - - - . KJjfc - "v " " 'fff s - Church. ' , ' " "' ' ' ' " ' QBL ' Mr Sl & 4r - v i t i JTr iMMflH M Eat for contentment. ' M -X WmW SS'BH I Ea or gooc- nature. . I ' , mm$x"p ss sfjjiKB . VJy l J w, ,." c fBgffi" wWm 1 health. m !- ' X llfSstti S'iS' AitraaMB H ThA mnct nnfriiniie -Fnorl morlA I WBBlmP&if mmWm - W from tiour is R - i Milfgrf Wi Eft ' ' A- v T P I uneeaa discuii i ; ibhHI m iif&M " m II)' -. K. C Knnpp, tin all nrouml up-to-date Sunday School innn. For a msin of IiIh act, possibly no man in Amer ica has liml greater opportunities-and tho opportunities linvo been well Im proved. Ho Is a fluent speaker, ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 September 1907

pWW!- 'V " ' pEp"- "-f; " Sf " !'"' ", i-t ,". ')fv' - i.rv , . Ttl 0 " .F. II I 'fcAcm FOUR THE DAILY MIRROR Pi BURGESS ..Business Manngci1 1A. C. HOLLAND Editor P. M. ARMSTIlONa..City Editor 'ADVERTISING RATES PU jinSHEDjpNfvAPPLIOATIONj This paper reenlVqsOib United Press Tele graphic News Bervlco hml Mnrkct Itupurts. .RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION Binglo Copy iaa .2J l'or Week by Carrior ,..-,. .10o tiy Mail, per Year $4.00 Bemi-Weekly Mirror, per yoar $1.00 Both I'houos , No. 9 (jWKATIIEIl-Show era tonight and Thursday. - .. 4 WEDNESDAY, SEPT.. 18, 1907. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY, TICKET. !) TT Representative & WILLIAM T. SMITH. t DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. S J 5 x or mayor CL, LOUIS SOHERFF. ft For Solicitor " WILLIAM P. MOLONEY. fj For Auditor g,, HARRY S. ELLIOTT. jt For Treasurer g, CLAUDE D. WALTERS. e For President of Council SAMUEL B. LIPPINCOTT. n For Council at Largo ARTHUR W. BRYANT r BENJAMIN F. WAPLES g HENRY A. SOHULER. 8 For Board of Public Service fi J. O. ANTHONY. MICHAEL CLAR...

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. — 18 September 1907

PAGE FIVa . m t 'HB I MRS. CHIPPS NO DECREASE Meet Us F.ncc to Face. Wc Will Treat You Right- NEW IN EMBROIDERY t IS HONORED IN EARNINGS AN EFFECTIVE AND SIMPLE COM- NATION. THE MARION DAILY .MIRROR. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18, 1907. i. t 4 ?- r 'A Be te In m ORDER NOW Telephone or leave your order for ypur winter supply of COAL before the price advances.' We have all kinds and only the'Lest grades. A THE OHIO MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. I Buy I Goal I Now T HIS g The Best Ever Our read y-tNo-w ear clothing for Men, Women, Children. Suits, Coats, Ovorcoats. Shirts, Waists, Shoes. Wc arc showing the best lines we have ever handled and have them 'at the right prices. ' Wc will save you mon ey and extend you credit. Come in and look. Marion Clothing & Cloak Co. WEST CENTER ST. Prize, Drawing Saturday Night. a Place your order for tho winter supply of HARD OR SOFT COAL with .me. All grades at the ight price. R. P, BUSARD Bennet St. Both Phones. We Plan Youi Home Don't make the mis take of b...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 September 1907

ff r ;i ir T'AQH BES Union Station Time Card MTECTIVM JAH. 1, HOT. il -4 . . AW Utwiiifi' JSZar 'ntatxmrfiVC&masa.siXPSii KORTII BOUND. Wo. II , T:8 mo No. IS ,...r . 10:21 am Wo 85 4:20 pm .Ko. 37 10:S pm No. 39 I:1 m , SOUTH BOUND 'Np. 0 ? !M am JNo. 38 7:20 am No 32 10:25 n No. 34 1;35 P,n No, 36 .........' 7:1 m Dally. No. 38 tnr1 from Marios. ' No. 39. stops at Mario. No. 39 will !) Columbia r.1 I n Sundays. flew York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. tVJ?TBll , 0:40 1 nm a J UU 2:00 4:32 am pm pm pm am 7:30 BAST BOUND. 16 10:48 12:17 pm . 5:27 pm . 7:25 pm ho. 20 11:14 pm All trains dally except locals anJ Ko. I and 10. L. B. NBBKUOAIA, f , Ticket Agra. JPhones iiom 246; Bell 177. WCfTect Jan. 1, 1907. Tot further luformxtlon rtfesxilln trains, call Information vparator, tthr 'phone No. 10, Chautauqua Kx..l2:.'10 ai. No. 8, New Yoik Ex.. 5:40 am No. .No. No. 4, Vestibule Limited 0:15 10 Accommodation 12:52 pm pm pm arrives 5 :20 C. fc B. DIVIHION. No. 14 11:20 pm Da...

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. — 18 September 1907

?XOB ECVEH 1 rrr- TOB MARION KAIL'S MltiROR'. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. IB, 1907. & Mirror Want Ad. Will Find Vpu a Buyer. If-1 '' ' ' " i in i ii.ii i i fil i i ii u i i;J i ii , , m I I I i , ii i n i - i il - . n n " - - .I , ' 3 i"7 it ... ' 5n n ' - i K 5 ?1 7 I , ' ' ' i Attn. Society hns Increased tho jenrllngs, 5. CO G; sheep 2.75 ' ' 1- A x- I " "She Certainly Will v i Appreciate ! It; She Certainly Will." Have you road "The Southern Maiden's Reply?" It is a touching little love poem by Mr. Charles Frederick Stansbury, now going the rounds. Under the magnolias the youth is telling his love in, language hot as lava from Vesuvius. He speaks thoughts that breathe in words that burn to the extent of about thirty lines of verse. "And this Is whnt tho mnidon said Her words woro choice and fewt 'I cortalnly do apprcclato It) I certainly do.'" One of the things that women certainly do appreciate they certainly do is a full page advertise ment of bargains in a store near enough for them ...

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. — 18 September 1907

' " v- tf U t i i )' I If Y t f y I taoe eight KLEINMAIER'S KLEINMAIER'S DASHED TO THE PAVEMENT Baby Injured During Run away. DR1VERLESS CAB TEAM I Crashed Into Buggy on Pros pect Street. Shock Throws the Little Daughter of Mrs. G. M. Kammerur Into the Street. jr HBWKJRi'' TIiq Uiree-monllis-olil baby girl of Mrs. Id-. M. Kammomr, residing tlireo milea north of tho city, was badly injured, possibly fatally, in a runaway accident on South Pros !ect street, lato Tuesday after noon. Tho infant was thrown from its mother's arms and fell on tlio tdreol ipnvonient, sustaining injuries which may provo serious. Tlireo physicians wcro called to Ilia scene oi tlio accidonh to attend tlio in jured babo. Mrs. Kiunmerur was in ft car riage with Jut buby and her cloven year cJd boy, driving noith on Prospect street, when u drivorless cnb owned by Cap Drake came down tlio hill drawn by a team of frigh tened horses. The cab lioij.es col lided with tho rear of Mrs. Kam momr's can-iago nnd tlio jar c...

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