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Marion Daily Star, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1925, Marion, Ohio PART ONE Pages 1-10 THE MARION DAILY STAR Partly cloudy ami colder un- No. 56 ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS AT THE AT M OHIO JANUARY EIGHTEEN PAGES THREE DEBT STAND MAY FORCE HERRIOT TO QUIT Picked 7 earns Race With Help us Diphtheria Ravages Nome Dead from Dread of III Are Eir Report FOR SCHICK WATER FAMINE FOR TOKYO IS FEARED rj Jan 2fl creat within HIP neir fnl urn unless i this were mm til ivs tiril i vss liable rains u fortnight economics line Tell Waili Owner of mi innati 1 i tie n in in fl n nn t trll from Ilic mud Inn in 1 lite In in iiiii nili fur i ni 17 Id enter j Die pirK in n ivere of n nl the inn it nf llii noi j reruns in I Legislative To Work with Building Commission MAN KILLED BY AUTO AT m Resolution IS UNKNOWN GAS TAX UP BEFORE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON TUESDAY Harold Faces Auto Charge Makes Alleged j LEGION HOLDS f Jnn Members of the their at the I Inn TEST IS ALSO SENT for a dinner is a No wai a Welsh Only Surgeon Overtaxed antine Is Enforced u 1-in j n inn hundreds nc I cc ret f ivd line to M M in fi i t hue nre al I program 01 music 1 in Hie of persons di JJr IV Of tilt lie hud 1 tO I lite r nc tr I ii Icr to J 1 1C OH ml ti t mms will to I ii ii III T Of t t if from dug i in in i p r the ii c h CK i rili were reported be t i below nt Mi Cruder which will 1 i d to the f n were planned p i 11 for feiture i i i T which lull t be 1110 1 o i PI so ib w ill be used i nlu rn U 1 p sci IMC nlj dot tor in I i md Ins is i p ntm t hj tlic grc it J 1 11 r i re curd In t I il In j Driver of Machine Held by North's Famous Mushers investigation Mile Trip tn Laps To Carry Antitoxin LOWER YUKON HOLDS DANGER FOR DRIVERS Coach pears Suddenly on Scene of Action Today DISTRICT ATTORNEY TO ANSWER O'CONNELL Has Not Refused Immunity to Former He Former Coach Will Be Quizzed Today New 20 I on Dol in Ci scene of the 1 Wireless Messages Bring Re- sponses Irom Other Drivers Who Would Risk Lives and Dogs To Save Hundreds tlie infill nuh is zero on the i to Nome precious lir in ilie is to DHL tlic fur of I t. here soon lie wts lilt In nn auto I ouis H si A Miltier nns held nL cm prison for A nf It Dr 7 II former In illusion Mont nnd Soil tie i in non in MIS JIMP lo Noun pin K i ins iml uld men nnd mil in nip the dn id urne in Soint in tune to blip mun lues N Ii Hill nmc en the of of the Am miles lo in i sin on the McKmley Was a Man Among Former sota Congressman Says ADDRESSES HARDING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS for Inn of tli tion nnd went before Assisting District George Brothers in Ufc Dolnn witli O'Connell Nev f Norths with u blul j Birthday ot President I Celebrated at General sembly Meeting ed This Morning ire lo lionor Ilic of of dolphin club to down in a with the September j Dohn a followed when he rnc McKIn Ilio J Adam to n of 1 don t remember lo 1 Dohn a nice bore on n promise of was a n tlir M md to Uie to lit rs Before into ronco with denied U s Mi a h id born refused i not the He Kin m of he ird lias i 1 w do M. 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