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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 1 May 1907

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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. — 1 May 1907

fVf'FlfHfWfl nP"-? ray svSfIl'rT, 9-,. TFfjT l;?nr" V' ' '.W &"? r cBrBHrV A S-3 N- -w V 1 ..'-. - fttiaWihr ., Utiidnsktion . Time Card 'WfEdTlVB JAN, 1, 19d7. y?rr",u!"7r,9a?B NORTH BOUND. KoJ 81 i:w mm No. 33 io:25 am No 35 4:20 pm No. 37 , 10:50 p No., 39 :10 pm 80UTH BOUND. No. 80 B:E0 am. No, 38 's20 am No 32 10:25 am - No. 34 1:35 pm No. 3G . 7:18 pm Dally. No. 38 starts from Mario. r,NO. 39. stops at Marios. 'NoV 39 will lave Columbua at ym on Sundays. ERIE RIU LR0P No. 10, Chautauqua Ex ..12:45 am .No. 8, Now York Ex 5:32 am No. 12 8:50 am No. 4, Vestibule Limited.... G: 33 pm 4 Not 1C Accommodation 12:55 pm No. 22 arrives 6:10 pm C. ft E. DIVISION. No. 9, Chicago Express 12:55 am No. 3, Vcstlbuled Limited. .10:34 am No. 21 ...i 7:00 am No. 11 3:45 pm No. 7, Pacific Express 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. ( No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am J;No. 3, Vesttbuled Limited.. 10:39 am No. 11 3:45 pm Dally, s Dally sxcent Sunday. New York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BO...

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. — 1 May 1907

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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. — 1 May 1907

I ;a ' i j r ;V v h jjWfc V d , I ,., V V - ST; u i . 1 , v- " i jf I i t xi' nfj' K i Hi I t ! ? ..f 4 P -. ?. u r r ErAY. l. -j. z:.x ,j: tfte'' v ' ' I ,. -ill T S"r ' i ii Ii MP r f AGB eiohx ! KLEINAV-AIERS "IF YOU CAN'T BE A BOOSTER" Don't Knock U PRING TOP COATS Have their innings today, and the selection we have put in the field this season will surely carry away the pennant. All lengths of Top Coats being in good style, you find all lengths here the long, the short, the medium, in the stylish grey herring-bones, diag onals and plain greys; coverts in all shades of tan and blacks in vicunas, thibets and unfinished worsted. IT'S THE ONE BIG SELECTION OF STYLISH TOP COATS IN THE CITY $10.00 to $25.00 K LE I Tho attendance was exceedingly large, at an important meeting of tho Drubs Circle, held in the lodge apart ments last night. After transacting the regular routine jbuslncs, the ot flccra of the lodge, which were elected a -week ago, were Installed, with Mrs."1 IjouIs Hitten...

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. — 2 May 1907

.'MdrfjiM mmtoauM ,jfV N' f?M " H k-i K "ft1 ! ? -. V' - til' v - V- .-ft ; V ji . j ':(? f. .f H1 Marion Daily Mirror . -'f , Vi (Fer'WwaMSSr3BBjBe" v ' Y n r'wim?p' ' ;& : WTO'' ;M -rv-v-T.' ' . rtft f ".(J, kt 1 1 4.1 "i.T I I .11 M if. ' i ' $" 'i ', h THE Ik- H ' - : i msii''' ' Hit " J 'Ww - , ' KJM 'it f KO A i '; f , i " V r-: 7 .s w . V iL r r bw" 2a T Uf 5 V '" ir, v . m v. .ifHK vm) iKimmsat t ";, V l,iflp .fim '" i 1 ,k-K fxrrl i&OtUMB XV. NO. 224. -,jfl? TAFT Re Returns to Washington to Prepare for His Trip to the Philippines Leaving is Candidacy in the Hands of Senator Fpraker Leaves Dick in Charge of Ohio Situation and Goes to Washington to Renew H(s Fight Against the President on the Brownsville Affair Ohio is Now Very Much in the Political Limelight. Washington, May 2. Secretary Taft rcturnbd from Ohio satisfied that thetbattle over that state la already won for him, and won by a' forcd of public senlmcnt too strong for tho senators to overcome ' Not only di...

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. — 2 May 1907

.k. - ,!' n' h ., '- -: f 4 V' f 9v & ',S -y IS,, h ,' t.i - ft' .i r 1 , o a,. .v;.;t. : i V, W mn-' - W .! 7'av':"'- v-.-,r ' - 'jt- jJi !Ll4,W. l.&Jk. .,i u ' 1 " ''',' '- - ":-"'"" i ntnf ft ( ., I; i; '4 ia' I'amwi. tV "- r 6- fir LW - V ci mr- . a .9,:,rt W 7MR?.M tti'ffltfatf t'limw $ m mi mm-. k;- t JNDfPKTED Hilt Is Called in Capitol Graft Inquiry. IN, PENNSYLVANIA. l A Qtiarry Owner Says he was Asked to Divide Overcharges for Ma- '. tfrial "Among Ihe Gang." . v -.. Harrisburg, l'a., May 2. Tho ino.it interestlns witness Wednesday lie; fore the commission whlcli is invest! gating charges of extra vuganco In the furnishing of the Pennsylvania state capltol, John H. Sanderson, contract a widow, qt Wllllumsimrt, l'a., who was nailed to tell about u deal Hint Joseph M. Huston, architect of tho 'capital, John II. Sanderson, contract Or for the rurnlshliiga, anil others hud attempted to make with her for ser pentine marble from a quarry lert her by her husband. The marble...

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. — 2 May 1907

1 ,' Pip 4 ..V 1 iLS' -., i '$ r-. 4 : I) V J si & t' f ' . X K . . c & f ti i . v a.'jj( t'tTV 'ri n v -rmm "l J J l iW "... . te- . x ' . p-WBBlBSBBlBSSSBPSIBBBBBiBBJBBBS t llFni ' 4(1 ..tvKtfV ' n -- m Ydiir Appearance Ton cannot afford to slight it or ran a risk in buying' your (dothcs. We invito your inspection of out spring lino of SuiUngs and Trous erings. Leavo your order this week iand secure first choice Of our handsome patterns. Suits $16 te $45., Trousers $4 to $14 F. J. V. FREY "NY TAILOR" 631 W.y Center St. (West Marion) Most Wasteful of Cookt. To live to waste seems an unwrit ten maxim of English lire. Our cook ing, "the cooking of our working and agricultural classes, Is about the most wasteful cookery on earth. Tbo French peasant will llvo, and live well, on what we discard. It is said than ono hundred millions sterling a year aro added to tho natibnnl wealth of Franco by the saving-habits of her peo ple. C. B. Fry's Magazino. Doing It Up. "This bill Is too ...

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. — 2 May 1907

IH ,-' if i n Vff IV '' r J J 3 : -4. KIf fC y. ' tn .,itf 'i . .',, t'lB rrfc r- w. . if'.Ai' !"Hr 'M' i&l TOUR THE Daily Mirror. f.. BUROESS .... Busing ManhE"' A., C. HOLLAND Editor r. M. ARMRTKONO City Editor ADVERTISING KATlM KURNQU1 KD ON AlMMiUJATlON l6Vi tiwbirm kn Bcripp e Tek-irritphir New Service Mil HKPSSSpJTrlR tATBtf O-1 SUBSCRIPTION!..! g;0 Copy V4WTV!jalKHii S ttf-.-i. 1... PnnA,t' in line "or .Week ly Cnrrieu . . 10e By Mnil, ocr year .--! $4.00 Bemi-Weekly Mirror, per year $1.00 Both Phone No. 0 "WEATHER -For Ohio: Fair and wanner tonight. Friday fair. Kin;.' Alfonso army as well pre pare dor a flood of congratulations whether it is a boy or triplets. Col. iWatterson mado a. good bid for tlio ilisliko of Col. Graves by knocking belli the Inlter's heroes. On days liko this it is pretty lt'anl for a man to decido whether io go to thct ball gamo or go fish inc. TJio salary of tho Czar of Russia is $23,000,000 but the douma wants to givo bin.' 23 with tho millions ...

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. — 2 May 1907

M. , VW 'On v 4 It t Till MARIOH DAILY THUKPAY,MAr 2, 1007, w &?' k.'- t t C .8 - l 4t Ms V V r I" T INTERNAL1 v-c, 'W' WRONGS . .. V, 0 j! L!JKSJ.1 iiVtJM stomach disorders Its c6n- Mlwa tinucd u$c means "i iniurv- to hdalth. Following the advice of medical ( scientists, England ana .- . . passed laws prohibiting its use in bread makings American housewives should protect their holds' against Alum s by always buying pure Cream of Tartar Baking Powder. ejPure Grape Cream Tartar Powder is to be for the asking JJjiy by ftame al . J6hn O'Uay was arrested at West Mansfield, Wednesday, on dn affidavit filed in Jiunico Cou Joys court by tho Marion Chattel Loan, company, charging hirn with converting property to his own use. O'Day, after being placed in jail, settled tho caio and was released. Sco Bcntz & Court for that Bicycle, 226 KaBt Center street. new 3-2i.tr POTATOES If you have any trouble mi getting good oating potatoes glvo us a trial orde'r. 60c per bushel. BOTH PHONES. A...

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. — 2 May 1907

Jacikst C-V ' .kr. 'L . , j. v nV .-. f v '' VV v V y , - V i-' - " y .. , -, i1 wj lffr . ' 1 K' J' V.it r.i -1: I tii 'i "i ' v v-Aa KfYS'.- m "-. a'1; Mjf - -t, ir n 'T ?! . iV I I t.'. V A fV; '.l-itii, i L f ' Union Station Time Card EFFECTIVE JAN. 1. 15)07 j ju NORTH BOUND. ,,...... 7s00 am No. 81 No. 33 No 35 . No. 37 . No. 39 io:z5 am .4:20 pm 10: BO pm 6:10 pm .. ,.. SOUTH BOUND. No. SO B'G0 tn No. 38 7:20, am No 32 ' 10:25 am No. 34 1:35 pm No. 36 7:15 pro Dally. No. 38 start from Mario. No. 39. stops at Marlon. No. 39 -will lav Columbua at pm on Sundays. ERIE P Sf MB LRVMiffi No. 10, Chautauqua Ex ..12:45 am No. 8, Now York Ex 5:32 am No. 12 8:50 am No. 4, Vestibule Limited.... 0:33 pm No. 1G Accommodation 12:55 pm No. 22 arrives 5:10 pm C. & E. DIVISION. No. 3, Chicago Express 12:55 am No. 3, Vestlbuled Limited. .10:34 am No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:45 pm No. 7, Pacific Express 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am No. 3, Vestlbulod 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. — 2 May 1907

' ,0'' 1 ,f' :; fv ' ' , 't. , ' K-U .i U ' J TMt -A " .r ,i ' ''' - till' s ' & h M? 4 ' WC rVi v'il m lit. Ik ( SCA$TQRIft HBHHH JThe Kind You fave HHf r ' HHHtlH HEIillHHHiHMHHiH Lv; . vBBWftiiilllinBBBB AiWayS DuUKlll H -. ? iHDl AtCOfcOIi STER OKN1V M M tHlli1' MssaridRestronlalnsBEMw U1 Ir ' iH !l' 0Pin-MorphInc nor Mineral, i - II ll 1 r H I NT NaRcotic. ' Al I ' -X " Hi JlfcteroMBtSaHlWmSA , , I If 1' I HJ Mortem- I & Mm fly- Hff! i 1 ji i & HHll WMTTfKr. f j AIT 4fa I Hw.fi!" ' Apctfcf Remedy for Comlips- I lr 6 LUffl tlon.SourSlonucIi.Dlarriwti I llw I" . I " Hil Worms,Coitvu!sioiis.rewish- If r M I II v Mil tiPMmvlLOfiSOPSCEEP. Vf I Ul It, LLHlfL i p1 "'Hlli FacSktfe Signature of" r fit fc ; 1 HU , NEW YORK, rant e,d under! V'iact'COpy of Wrapper." Wouldn't Interrupt tho Argument. I)own In Cochran, On., the affair of civil Justice urc ndinluhteicd by .IihIru Edw'ni'ds, who ! aim an enthusiastic farmer. One cloudy spring afternoon court wan conreiiert to try a ...

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. — 2 May 1907

rsi TilMtl-ViJ 1 '.J " r . v V' "i .? r .1'. I 5 A Kt r " P? lJtVf 71 jj BP - K i, M w "V rW 5 t ,1 W i VI 1 tit JTAGE EIGHT KTTT".. ' ' ' ' """ Kleinmaiers (JA YvHUMrJ mi '"HI a B rj i j i if Tl TROUSERS ? Have you resurrected your last ychr's spring suit? Ooat and. vest probably in fair condition but how about tho trousers? No doubt baggy at tho knees, fringed at tho bot toms, spotted and stained. Hero's where our great se lection of splendid trousers corao in play. You'll find colors, patterns and fabrics to your lik'ng and values the best in tho city. Whether you wear tho cdnservative, tho peg-top or tho university cut, there's hundreds of stylish fabrics and patterns here to choose from. Prices $2 to $7 Kleinmaiers LOW PACIFIC COAST KATES. vrom March 1st to April 30th, the Erie R. It. will have tickets on talo dally at very low rates to tho Pacific Coast and Intermediate points. For further Information, apply to L. B. Nebergall, Erlo Ag. ent, or writ O. Ti. D.NOS, Trav. Pass. A...

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. — 3 May 1907

PS m ( s ' - , x ', fly ..$r rxjc Ut & I He ?.f 'I " 'MW ' " ' f .w; ,$t Daily Mirror fir i MARION W' - lw it R'l . v,. f ' V A V IT y i ..r i" 'C fe V ')' m-- Sirirvr trim sr"k ir j yTjVxiwjBLju -k.v. vr. aao, ' .J 1 fei ' L-m ION STRONGLY mm m ' ill li w t ilmm m a Conference With Secretary Taft, the Cleveland Congressman Declared in Favor of a Primary Election In State of Ohio. "Tf BitttTes Foraker's Weakness in the .Knees is Due to '"thrDlicovery That Taft Sentiment is Stronger Than Hi 'Anticipated Burton Says That He Will Have More to Say About Ohio Politics a Little Later and Foraker Keeps His Ear Close to the Ground. " Rghlngton, D. C, May 3. Repre sentative Burton declared yesterday ttot William H. Taft'e Ohio friends ought to Insist upori a primary eloc tie to determine the relative strength oTft and Forakor for the presi dency. -Mr. Burton's statement to this ef fect was issued after he had held a conference with Secretary Taft. In It he points out that the Ohio sen at...

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. — 3 May 1907

50 -r-' - - V- 'L s . .; . & .' THE MARIO DAILY IUlO: FRIDAY. "KAY 8, Ufa.' h, AM TWO i; ,f,WA VMrW'NtArl DATH. -,Mi:i::;: Sensations of Man Whs Grasped Live .Electric Wire. Some MEN MARKED lit ur rilV OP PEACE. '" -- t w fy y . , CS? Ci n rr i e: wr ft' K H 1 ft "LITTLE MAC r Is Honored by Men of the Army of the Potomac. a bronze statue Of Gen. Gewge B. McClellan Is Un veiled at Washington Presi dent Roosevelt Speaks. qr Washington, May 3. With appro piiato civic and military cciemonlot nnd In tho presence of a distinguished nndlence, tho heroic equestrian statue In bronze of MnJ. Ocn. Georgo 11 Mc Clellan, orcctcd under tho auspices ol the Army of the Potomac, was un veiled hcio Thuisday. President "tloosovclt made the principal speech nnd with Gen. Ficdcilck D. Grant on his right and GoV. Stokes, of New Jor Hoy, on lilfi left, witnessed nn iinpos lng military parade of regulars nnd mllltla. Mrs. McClellan, tho general's .widow. Mayor McClellan, of New York, son of the general...

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. — 3 May 1907

V AW?'i, if V A ' , i ' A 1 j h' .-,r- 'Vm MAMOfr Ddttfc.ApttOlf, mftAY. . MAT. forlflW.v , '-, PAOtlMV' ','! , r if r to I i & m I "' a IS .'' L Mt.l t -t 4 " 1 ' ' 1 - m if liL, 'iMP' i'9-J:1S.'; i " H ifdd 6 , "They art one of the most eco nomical, digestible and nutrltiottt of , human foods arid well worthy of Hue high estimation in which they UffHi generally held." 6i course the writer had in mind Uneeda Biscuit The dm perfect tb'd'a crUiker Fresh from the oven, crisp and delicious, in dust arid moisture proof packages NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY IS HOPEFUL Of Recovering Portion of the Money. MARION COUNTY CASE Among Those Re-Instated by , . Circuit Court. -Many of the Bridge Companies 'so lard Presied That They Went Into Bankruptcy. 'Although practically all of the bridge companies which were defend anttf In suits brought by Prosecuting Attorney Joh,n H. Clark, of this city, have either gone Into bankruptcy, or become extinct through other chan nels. It Is thought likely by i...

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. — 3 May 1907

;f 'it ' V-, f. r. .vT ',-,VV-.. ?' U K, C Ift H m ,. I , v IV B fe l& t-y ft gsrv H, sk: .'' "A . .t. - r x n . V. ', fXfti rouB THE tteily Mirror. I. BURQESjT . . . .Business Manager 14. 0. HOLLAND Editor r. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor IADVERTISING RATES FURNISH (ED ON APPLICATION Thb paper receive "the Bcripr Ifcrtto Telep'raphie Nw Service End, Market tteoor'U RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. Kinir'n Pcim .....-- 6 For Week by Currier . ..r.c-i 10o fir Mnil. oer vear $4.00 Bmi-Wenkly Mirror, per year $1.00 Stath Phono ....... .-.... No. 9 iMWy WRATH Kit I'm Oh: Rain In Roiilliprn. rain or snow in northern TMirtiniw tonizbt and Saturday. Colder loniaht. Colder Saturday in southern portions. It vros a good yamc, oven thong'-i vro did lost it. Mabel Oilman luis fixed thirteenth for her wedding Tim steel trust threatens to it "23" for Corey. May day, make A war between Mexico and Guat emala would bo quite interesting to non-combattants, oven though it did not last very long. Major Lawrenc...

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. — 3 May 1907

.:' . - ' V 'A'.. ' ,- s I . l?l r " THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1907. I'J f I i, ' ' r 4 fa ( A M S S Sumy's Market H , y ' ' Radish J4 O&M y' i '&??- Tomatoes ' Jllfrtat ; i Oucmmbers 1 'Bafeftnas 'i ," ; ' X "" Oranges V $' Strawborriea fj. luschI ,;- N.UCor. Stat A Ccnttr 8U. Kosher Meats Arrived "Wo havo just received a fresh shipment of Kosher sausage.. LARGE BOLOGNA, LONG BOLOGNA, RING BOLOGNA, WEINERWURST, FRANKFURTERS, KNEOKWURST, Tho finest sausages mado. Robinson's Grocery Phones 39. 209 B. Center St. Agsnoy lor Wsods Boston Coffees Fancy Fruits Fresh Vegotable3 Fancy Groceries, Fresh Meats. Sat urday's supply will .consist of everything. Fftncy Ripo Strawberries, Fancy Toma toes, Fancy Head and Ourley Lettuce, Long Red and Round Radishes, Cucumbers, Water Cress. Onions, Parsley, Rhubarb, Spinach, Asparagus, Wax Beans, Now Potatoes, New Cabbage, Fancy Frufts of all kinds. Charles Turner & Company "T- Uw. Terry's Grocery Saturday We will Kivo a fre3...

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. — 3 May 1907

1 .. I if ' iPi t'v JVs J I4 . '., -., ?.. ' l 3 ' X : . H . i. , WW . f I . t ,u .-Mo atx Union Station Time Car d RPMJoTIVB JAN. 1, 1907. ' U? , " rf- MOUTH BOUND. Ho. ..... No. 33 ..... 1:25 m No 36 ll:2rApra No. .17 10!P pra No. 39 6:10 ra BOUTH BOUND; No. 10 : am N6 38 . 'J20 m Mo 32 10:2G w NO. 34 1:35 pm NO. 36 ':! m Dally. No. 38 start from Marfcnu No. 39. stops at Marloa. Hoy 89 -will leave Columbus at C m n Sundays. ERIE R' LR0P No. 10, Chautauqua Ex ..12:45 am No. 8. New York Ex 5:32 am No. 12 8:C0 am No. 4, Vestibule Limited... .0:38 pm No. 10 Accommodation 12:05 pm No. 22 arrives 5:10 pm O. & K. DIVISION. No. 3, Chicago Express 12:55 am No. 3, Vestlbuled Limited.. 10:34 am No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:45 pm No. 7, Pacific Express 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1: IE am No. 3, Veatlbulod Mlmltod.. 10:30 um No. 11 3:45 pm Dally, b Dally excejjt Sunday. Ntw York Central lines BIG FOUR ROUTE ' WEST BOUND. No. IE- 0:40 am No. 19 9:52 am No. 29 2:0...

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. — 3 May 1907

w ; a !"- -W ..fJ z' i 4J i v J) i '"J 1 'h i '4 V Kt -J ir- . -fi tl . J . . " . 1 -. .- $? '!?gr rx ' " iww'.yttoww ,y t!lMwtot4l tus A,, 'TKl MARION DAILTJICltHoK, FMDAY, MAT 3, IM7, wi y-r- paoi fxviw. IV , I , M I, ( 'It f-ilL, V. ' I 'd If". tf - n W JN 5 .t ? c mt. nxxciL , I M 4 --- V . 'V ;a sttn seriously in umy t a ww umym. f Jl'4u iem'tirM inirn..i, i'We.ll nnuvfn rniMLinN r w" ' Jc if 4 tpk, 3 Falls Victim to Uraemic Poiibning. tar Mm? Years Dr. Ferrell was a Kwlawtt of Marloa and was Qaite Widely Known. Dr. J. H. Fcrrcll, ono of tlio best known .iqou in the city, died rather suddenly this afternoon at "tayo o'clock after a. two week's ill ness from uracmlo ipoisoning. Al though tho doctor liad been ill for two weekg in& condition did not ibeoomo serious until two daysago, eiiieo which time his ""dec lino has been quite rapid. Dr. Fcrrell was born in Tusear-' awa county, Ohio, fifty-five ycara ago Ho came to Marion county wlicn he was but a lad and has imado "his ho...

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. — 3 May 1907

F:iM vs V, ' .'t Ci .f".-. ! ,h ;wtrf ' ' .. X, i -, : ji. V- ' A" J), ,i FA01 uaxT THE MARION DAILY ft. PRIDAY.'MAY 3,-1007. -b BMBr-99S99BHEa Eft F;. 1 K" m:a :rf.,. ,- K. 'T".f .. '-& ? .-X') ?-." ,ii' v , (C V . L. " 1 -m -TtVti ,' ' ; j KLEINflAIERS 4 When You Think of Boys Clothing think of "KLEINMAIERS" Our children's cloth ing department is one of the features of this store. We probably sell more boys and children's clothing than any two flarion stores. Why ? Be cause the selection here is the largest, the makes the best and the prices the lowest in the city for equal goods. Some people have the mistaken idea that the children 's clothing we show is all of the high priced kind. At the popular price of $2.00 we show al most a dozen styles in Russians, Norfolks and double breasted, etc. The next in price are $2.50, and from that at all prices up to $8 50 with an immense selection at $3, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. Kleinmaiers MISSIONARY SOCIETIES Of Several Local Churches Hold...

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