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Duffy In the Sharon Tele
graph.) Come, 'come, ye fans and rooters,
awake, sit up and stare.
The glad old days are coming there's
haso hall In tho air.
And down at the old folk's tablo
there's many a vacant chair.
Tho hush leaguers are "hiking." All
winter they've been there.
The sun once morons shining, chaso
the ohlll from iM your voice;
The glad old days nro coming, tho
season of your cbolce,
When bugs cIIiir to the bleachers,
and fnltJiful hearts rejoice,
From April days, so showery, till
the frost Is on tho squash.
There'll be hits and runs and errors,
and balls that curve and shoot.
There'll ho fans the homo team
There'll bo men who will go hungry;
while an 'ump' they Jeer and hoot
And ior misslng( wlfey'fi supper they'll
get a lecture that's a beaut.
The Kranil old days of baseball, ye
ranB, they're almost here;
When business Is forgotten, tho glad.
est or the year,
When losses, they are hitter, ami
victories they aro dear,
Ye fans, awake! Oct hnsy, for base-
hall's nearly here.
Shown in Local Baseball
H1CH SCHOOL TEAM
Rounding Into Shape for the
Opening of Season
Business Men and Shopmen are
now Waiting Anxiously for
Grounds to be Put Into Condition
Although the principal figures In
the baseball leagues wero some time
ago very anxious to havo the Gar
field park baseball grounilq placed in
readiness at once, they havo appar
ently changed their attitude for tho
street commissioner has been wait.
Ing for more than a week for the
baseball managers to 'direct tho man.
ner ln which tho work is done.
The board of public service quite
recently Instructed tho street com
missioner to employe the necessary
men and teams to do the work as
requested by tho baseball managers
of the association. Everything
v;ag In readiness to commence work
about a week ago, but tho commis
sioner has heard nothing from those
who aro to Instruct him.
It Is' the general feeling that tho
work had better be done at once or
the grounds will another year bo
In such a condition thnt fast play
will bo impossible.
A great amount of enthusiasm la
being aroused among tho business
men nnd the shopmen, over tho
prospects of a leaguo season. Every
one has the baseball fever, and tho
Ohio and Pennsylvania league team
being asurcd for-tho season will help
t keep 'up tho enthusiasm among
tho local players.
A, league among tho shopmen will
be an Innovation tills year. In tho
past It has been Impossible ftor
many of tho shop employes to play
baseball because their employers
did not favor allowing them To lay
oft. The management of tho Y. M.
C. A. has arranged this part with
the employers, and as many of tho
men as aro called upon to play
will bo pcrpiltted to lay off for that
There will he four teams In the
shopmen's leaguo and four In the
league' of buslties men.
Tt Is probable that thero will ho
six or eight teams In the school
league. Tho playing season will
commence about May 1.
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM.
Tho High School basebdll team Is
working hard" to get Into condition
for its opening game with Mt. Qll-
pad on AprlJ 20, Fred Scott, cap
tain of the team, has aroused consid
erable enthusiasm among tho stud
ents and the dally practice Is at.
tended by a largo squad.-
Only a few of last year's stars aro
back ln tho atno and tho flglit for
rcanlar nosltlons between the new
men ls-.verx. spirited i-1 The' ospteln
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BASE BALL WORLD
expects to develop a strong team
from the material at hand. The
athletic association of tho school
will assist tho team financially and
It has been decided n niirchaso now
Hogan's Runts Organize for
Candidates for the Various Positions
to Report at the Marios
Park Next Sunday.
The final pre-season meeting of
the Hogan's Runts Athletic Assocla.
' !!on wilS ni,d ,n tho C,UV rooms ln
the Grand Opera House block yestor.
day evening nt 7:. 10 o'clock, and tho
election of. officers and tho final
plans for opening the season wero
The election resulted In John Able
iK'Ing re-elected business manager.
Harry K. Keller, assistant manager
and Wllllnni Fetter, captain and
conch of tho base ball team. Cap.
tain Fetter Immediately upon his re.
election Isued a request thnt all
members of tho club that wish to
try for tint ball team, meet on tho
diamond at .Marlon nark Sunday af
Captain Fetter stated today that
the team would Immediately go into
hard training and be In condition
for any early season games that muy
lie secured. A series of three games
with the local O. and P. league
team will probably be booked and
already Manager Able has a numher
of "aines on" hand with several atn.
letie associations of the state.
The Hunts will have ono of thfc
strongest teams ever organized in
the city, and Marlon sports aro as.
surod that baso ball hunger will bo
satisfied at all times.
MARTY IS WISE.
, 'Is Marty Hogan afraid to line his
Zanesville team up against any ojt
Ilia C nml T Imnnliin 9 T I l.n
ginning to look' thai way. President
Sturges asked the foxy one, for a
couple of exhibition games, but
.Marty shook .his head and refused.
Ken! Driimm also went after him
for three gaines nnd again Marty
did the shaking and refusing; net.
That tho O. & p. teams havo It all
oyer tho P. O. M. is genoreally con
ceded and Marty will fined that he
1.3, not handling a bunch of stars,
such as he guided last season. He is
negotiating at present for the odds
and ends of the Columbus nnd Cin.
clnnatl t6ams and may bo able to
pick up a few dead ones this way.
Right on t.'ie heelsof the Marlon
trouble comes another tale of woo
from another 0. & P. camp. Tho
Lancaster base ball company Is rent
'with internal strife an ' tho strife
has reached the courts of law. Two
former directors, C. K. Nester nnd
Frank. Matt have brought Biilt ln
common pleas court against James
A. Davidson and Harry SmltH, ask
ing for an accounting of affairs
of the (diib up to this season. The
plaintiffs seek (he appointment of a
receiver. The Biilt follows tho tak
ing over the club by tho new stock
company from tho old partnership
Concerning the situation today
the New York Trlbuno has the fol
lowing to say: "Thero Isn't any
question about the situation being
critical. Yonngstcwn quivered, Ma
rlon Is tottering, Lancaster Is very
weak, although they claim they will
bo strong, and tho end Is not yet
If all reports aro true, and now tho
Sharon management, urged on by
others, say they will not agree to
the schodulo unless they hnve an
other meeting nt Cleveland, which
will Incur tho additional expenso of
perhaps $200, nnd who pays for this?
WANT TO KNOW.
There is a base ball rulo which
states that a player cannot be sold
tc another league unless waivers are
secured from the teams of tho league
In which he is playing. Several
0, & r. magnates aro anxious to
know whether this ruling applies to
the fl, & p. or not. Tho rule was
brought Into the limelight through
Ferd Drumm's disposition of 'Bill
Mlllor to tho Steubenvlllo team pf
tho P. O, M. leaguo. Dill refused
to play with the? Joral team, and a.
number of 0. nud J, owners l)egai,
to -get busy. However, Ford dldn'
want t5 seo tho fast fielder on. any
ner u, & i team anu anoweu ft)!
to be lost to tM iieaKue,
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5.-3 if' 'ft Wi
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Accepted by the Marion
STAND AND BENCHES
When Completed will Seat
About 3,500 People.
, Local Officials are ia Cleveland f 0-
day Attending Schedule Meeting
Changes are Expected.
J. J. Sloan, 'the architect, has com.
pleted his drawings and specifica
tions, for the. finest baseball park
that the olty has ever had and the
plans have been accepted by tho of.
ficlals of tho local Ohio nnd Pcnnsyl.
vanla leaguo team.
The grand stand will bo' rath,cr a
lnrgo affair, and will comfortably
scat between lfiOO and 2,000 persons.
I. Ib to bo built of selectol lumber
and made as substantial a possible.
Tho stand will be roofed and ' will
glvo ample, protection against sun
On both aides of tlfio grand stand
along tlm right, and left field fences
the bleachers will be built. Tho
stands will, bo. built of the best me
terlal obtainable and will safely
hold, about 1500 perrons. It Is planned
to drill a well on tho groundsso that
tho field can bo sprinkled during tho
This afternoon the contract for
the construction of the stund will be
let by the officials. As many carpen
ters as It is poMllito to secure, will
be put on the Job In order that tl)o
work can be completed within two or
three weeks. The C. D. & M. man.
agement Is making arrangements tt
tear down the fenco nnd stands at
Marlon Park and bring tho lumber
to the new site. Tho fenco will be
taken down In sections and will re
quire only a short time to rebuild
The enRlneers nro at work today
completing their plans for the
grounds. Within a few days, work
will bo commenced (retting tho play,
ing field In condition.
Manager Drumm and Director E.
G. Stalger, of the local club, are ln
Cleveland today attending tho meet
ing called for tho purpose of accept
ing a schedule for tho season. A
short itlmo ago tho local officials
received a draft of tho schednlo?
which It fa proposed to adopt at the
meeting. As has, been stated beforo
the local club will opposq this sched.
ule on account of the many long
Jumps the club Is called upon to
make. Most of tho clubs are only
required to travel 3500 miles but the
local club under the propbsed sched.
ule will have to travel about 4200
miles. It Is expected that a number
of changes will be raado so, that ev
erything Is satisfactory.
LIMA IS. GAME.
Lima's chances for base ball are
growing dally more remote. Marlon
has effected a compromise with tho
traction people and , tho owners of
the club thero will now proqeed to
build a new park.
The traction people have consented
to build tho fence at tho now
grounds provided the club builds the
grand stand and diamond. TJio di
rectors of the club havo decided to
do this rather than market tho
franchise, an will uso the phi
grounds for prnctlec, as well as
playing many games In other cities.
A few of these may como to Lima,
While this temporarily disposes of
chances to Immediately acquire tho.
Marlon franchise, for this city, tho
O, P. league before tho end. of the
sfnson Is Mire to find sqmo . weak
spot, Lima Times Democrat,
IN SESSION TODAY.
iMagnates of the Ohio nnd Pennsyl.
vanla Dasebal. leaguo mot this
morning at ll o'cloVk' in tho HoJlen
den hotel for the purpose, of rfdgpt.
lug a schedule for, the season of
1907, 8ho draft was nompleted by
a committee two wpeka ago and will
be submitted to the., league, for adop
tion or revision.
Sharon and Newcastle will offer
some objections, They are, not sat
isfied, with the present division of.
holiday dates, Akron, Youngstown.
Newark, Lancaster anil Marlon are
said tQ bo satisfied.4 Sharon bases
its claim for mora holiday dates
Y l"i Ji'uuiitt AM. WtMHOU; JiR .
rown anq, vowa ;giv greater, ' nti
manage tUatra, b jhVd0 :Tff'
'Ayitni - .V, ,IM7;-
occasions when the steel mills are
not ln operation.,
The schedule committee spent two
whole days on the draft nnd endeav
ored to make the distribution of
plums as just as possible. It Is
likely that enough cltlbs will stand
by the committee that the dissent
ers will be' voted down. Thus far
tho O. and P. x league has man.
aged to avoid disagreements of a
serious nature, and It is likely that
nothing of a disagreeable, nature will
arise over the schedule. The season
will start about May 1. Plain Deal
0. & P. .GROUNDERS.
Dninuu will arrive Wednesday.
Tt begins to look 'liko business.
O. & P. clubs nro hustling now
as liicy got n late start.
Marly Hogan's cutting quito a
swath down nt Znncsvilla.
, TJio draft certainly worked
havoc nmojig 0. & P. teams last
fall. , .
The managers nro finding it dif
ficult to. fill some of tho hlocs.
Tho new prirk at Youngstdwn
will cost irtyOOO. Akron's park
Tho Akron team wil be garbed
in white nt homo nnd in hluo while
on u road.
Tt isn't likely that Manager
Waller Kftst v.ilf. use Tommy At
kiiw on tho firing line this year.
Tho Buffnlo management has
promised Mert Whitney that if
he doesn't make eood ho'.will get
Thus the big first baseman will
have of chance to go back to
Youngrttown. if tho company is too
fast for him.
Tim Callahan nnd George Math
ay will fight it out for a job in
Akron's outfield. Caffyn and Nnl
lin are tho other regulars.
The Sharon O. & P. League
team has adopted white suits for
home games nntl blue for those
abroad during tho coming season,
Tho coat a will be trimmed in
black nnd tho blue ones in the
Nearly all tho players fried out
by Connie Mack of tho Philadel
phia. Americans proved to be fail
ures. He didn't havo any young
sters from tho O. & P. leaguo on
Those bloodthirsty men wlio are
after jobs as. arbitrators in the
0, & P. league will ku'.'w their
Sharon club officials aro dissat
isfied with the 'schedule. They
say that tho Shennngo valley burg
is a better ball town on Labor
Bay than Akron.. That remains to
I "Kid" Butler, shortstop with
enroll last season, may bo kept by
tho St. Louis Americans and made
an understudy of Bobby Wnllace.
Manager Wright secured two
more youngsters for a try-out with
tho Youngstown tennv. Thoy aro
I'. G. Laughren of Warren, a,
catcher. and Charles Cnssolla,
pitcher, who started out last sea
son with Newark.
The total mileage of tho O. &
P- le'g"o lias been mt down about
C00 mill's by tho scliedulo recently
A series of exhibition games
between the Lime .Burners and
Marly Hogan's Zanesvillo aggrega
tion ought to bo a (rreat drawing
eard. Marty says no nnd what can
Bob Lindcmail'e iwnnriannn t..
the Tristato league is proying 'ft
vast help .to Drumm . Rin. c?-
iivf-with Marion, ,Bob has given
"....... u ,,)lc, on several players
of nioro than ordinary .ability.
.Timmy Broun has taken charge
in Lancaster. Ho has instructed
all his plnyors to report April .3.,
which is tho earliest data to any
of tho O. & P. ) leatnio clubs will
get together. On April 7 tho' soch
"iiu umeinnou team will play
iBuflJ Ehman will play ith.Ak,1
rw, batit k.,fire, tbari. likelyr
tlat CleelaBl :wifl be ftw- ;hl
ft tfA J'i K.
" 1. il .. a fc iiii-
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H.av1 tii -
liitaiiiur htf tVim rf KUMun'i
great liniment always prepares the
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danger of child-birth, arid carries the expectant lnotliersafely.throjtig
this critical period without pain. It is woman Vgreatcitfelenl
Thousands gratetuny ten ot tne
uid of this wondertui
remedy. Sold by all
druggists nt $1.00 per
bottle. Our little
Unnlr 11!vht nit nViollf
this liniment, will be sent'free "
TN BntfitM n(filtir Co., Mitt, .
.Ben Cnffyn, the Clevcjaud dis
card, has flceeptcd lenns with tho
Akron management upon the nd
vice of Secretary Fnncl of tho
Nationnl Commission. Hen wanted
to return to' tho Western leaguo,
bolicving it. foster 'than the O.
A. C. MoClintock, ilia star
uliort stop of tlte O. & P. ha
signed with Youngstown again, for
this season. Stories concerning his
.refusnl to sign with Youngstiwn
wore floated but Manager Y right
has succeeded in hr'ui(gitij him
Pitcher Hunt lias refused lo sign
a Sharon contract although ni'dcr
reserve. Secretary Clepper lia?
asked tho National CotniuisMnn
to blacklist him.
Wehrlo park nt Newark will 1m
greatly improved for tho seawn of
IflO", and should this season piova
aiicecpsfttl, tho magnates have big
plans in view for their park nosi
Hoy Castlotnn nlso stands an
excellent chnnco op staying with
the New York Americans. In fact
Roy's opportunity heroines brighter
with each succeeding day. Roy is
the only south paw on Griffith's
Botli Goyer nnd Upp . pitched
?rent ball against the Chicago Cub?
-t Columbus Sunday. A number of
Marion fans went down in tho
snow to see the gamo.
Leave your measure far ourspirng
suit at lot Voll's, North Main. 3-15H
M! ROBE FOR AFTERNOON.
Fashion 3t by Women Prominent In
At the afternoon reception the tea
services niUBt bo dainty and varied,
'lie floral decorations profuse, the
IJhts skillfully arranged, to set off tha
iirbsses of the callers, and tho seal
VftM grouped to facilitate conyerso-
In Paris Mmc. Merla Dorian, Prlu
cess Metschersky, has set the charm
ing fashion of wearing Japanese roboa
over long princess gwns. Ot course,
everybody does not possess a wonder
ful collection of these, robes like the
prlncMs, but it Is interesting to noto.
how quickly" a beautiful Idea Is oopled,
and how o((,c-n our society leaders now
receive, on their "at home" days, la
exquisite Japanese robes that give
iclor and tone to their salons, and
they call for so many compliments on
It's an uncommonly modest man
who doesn't experience a sense ot
pride If his doctor tells him he has
an unusual and probably fatal disease.
The Ideal In All.
God hides some Ideal In pvery hu
man soul, aud life finds Its noblost
spring of excellence la this hidden
Impulse to do our best. Robert Coll
yor. . Rests in Life's Melody.
Ruskln has said:' "There is no mu
sic in rest, but there is the making ol
music in It." In our whole life melody
the music Is broken off here and. there
by "rests," and w.e foolishly think wc
have come to the end of the time,
Qod sends a time of forced leisure,
sickness, disappointed plans, frus
trated efforts and sudden pauses In
the choral bymn of our lives, and we
lament that our voices must be silent
and our part mlsBing in the music
which goes up to the ear of the crea
tor. See Him beat the time with un
varying couut, and catch up the next
note as If no breaking place liad come
between. Not without design does
Clod write the music of our lives. lie
it ours to learn the tune and not be
dismayed by the "rests." They are not
to be omitted. If we look up God
will beat tho Urn Cor as.
IPJIOVTOINIG FOB) THE FU
TURE. .Thoro is ono problem .thnt domi
nates tho homo, an obtrusive, per
yasiyo problem that oftfmos fills
tho whole horizon of life, one
that, liko Banouo's ghct 'will
HOt down" it is thn nvar.notnk
'.t-nntt.- 0 I... rt ( .
ijuwuun jim, noine-xinancing. Wlvon
,we iliaytf mnskreil the to' have'?
Itka problew ''oC't'lieM,'
Everr Worrtan .cotAli' :
..shapy .-.pretty figur,irtj;
' many 01 111cm acptore in
i'Wlf1 InuAf iUe ciirtlali frtrtiC i
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-vi rtli I- TL- 1-mm-C-. .
of children is often destructive . i
10 me muiiwr.B Miapcnneni ...
vj - . All of this can; he avoidedk
Briaml l.Afn-.. k.W.i "LI. . i.i
body for the strain upon it; arid
Benefit ana relict dtrivca ,tsmit
confronts us, limi tho 'question
of providing far; tho. homo which
ran never bo proporly answered
until wo realize tiiut ".provide "isi
a verb that should 'ever lis comii-
galcd in two tbnses present and-f
There is in our American liifc,'
too often, a blind optimism in
living up to an income, in assuai
ing that becaiiso tho sun of pros
perity shines wannl.v today thero 1
i iiu hkuu iiu (iruvKiing' uinDrcuai
for n ppssiblo i-ainy tomoiTOw..
Those who wisely livo within an
income a-arOly have to face tho
problem of trying to livo. yituoiifc J
one. There nro two 'siiripio giinr-j
antics against futuro novertv and
iiciioiKtcnro on otiicra, two great
safeguards for homo nnd family
a hank book nnd an insurance,. pol-
icy. Thoy represent tho material
defense of, the homo a bulwark
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of leva's forethought standing'
strong and firm in the hour off
need. William George Jdran- in I
tie March delineator. i
Fallurt ol the llT,tVl
piusr blla from the)
blood, whm 1 1 U nnlLT I
auresuon ana Keeps luo bowou regular, eirm
rue to biliouinent, headnch. Indlfaattoa
aad constipation and alto lead todlaaaiiWM
rntrtilkf st.M '
all tlio work ot
Inff oh thn
yr their dliect and comntntd
llrer anil klrinnva rip k. v r
Llrer J,11U positively and thorough!'
base a J
Or. A W. Chase's
For sale In Marlon, Ohio, by BToclj
a Drug Store. ? V
Going abroad for health' is a
confession that medical treatment
has not brought improvement.
No one can deny that a decided
change of climate is oiten bene
ficial if made in time, yet we con
tend that those .suffering from
coughs, colds or lung diseases
can obtain air as fresh, food as
pure, and medicine as effective al. J
home as in foreign lands. For
nearly fifty years Piso's Cure lias
been doing its beneficent work in.
relieving coughs, colds and lung
diseases. " Many cases thought to
be incurable, have been cured by
Read the following sworn tes
timony: To whom It Mat Conccrn:
AfWr titvlutucouih romcurly one jrmi Mi
ootora pronounced my caw comuiiipuoo. I
van IrVInc couli and connuiuptlou curat
with noreaulu, until IUo' Cure wu rnnm.
jraara have mlled by ttnee thru, and I nave
faaaaedaaatlifactory examination for lire In.
eurance, and my lunia are rxrfrci y nound.
C. II. I1RN8UW,
T4TI Or PrKKKTXTANIi, (.,
couNtr or WAHarx, "
Sabtertbed and ivora before me tbll Ninth dar
1UAL O. C. BWANtOX.
Mr Cammluloa Kiilro Jun.lt rtul
For sale by all druggists 25 cts
BH VlaPWVnaTej avaTraaal BJ
I A Bin, Crartix Stuir for Burr
aa arvf lenwa rn iiu .r.i
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