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No. 39 :lm
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Nr. 38 7:20 anl
No 32 1!25 m
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No. 3(5 7:15 pm
a No. 38 gtarU from Marto.
No. 39. top8 at Marlon.
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ERIE RMI1 luQ
No. 10, Chantauuua Ex ..12:45 am
No. 8, New York Ex C:32 am
No. 12 8:150 am
No. 4, VesUbula Limited.... C:33 pm
No. 10 Accommodation 12:fifi pm
No. 22 arrlvcH C!10 pm
0. & E. DIVISION.
"No. 3, Chicago Expreji3 12:C5 am
No. 3, Vcstlbuled Mmlted., 10:34 ivm
gNo. 21 7:00 am
No. 11 3:45 pm
No. 7, Paclflc Express 11:10 pm
SOUTH AND CINCINNATI.
No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am
No. 3, Vefltlbulod Limited.. 10:29 am
No. 11 3:45 pm
Dally, b Dally exccDt Sunday.
Now York Central Lines
BIG FOUR ROUTE
Local .....!:40 am
4 2:00 pm
.................. 7!iu pm
No. 30 10:48 am
No. 40 12:17 pm
No. 10 C:27 pm
No. 10 7:25 pm
No. 20 11:14 pm
Local 3:30 pm
All .trains dally except locals and
Noa. 5 and 10.
L. H. NEBEROALIi, .
Phones Home 24(1; Bell 177.
Effect Jan. 1, 1907.
For further Information regarding
trains, call Information operator,
el the 'phone.
That's the number of hours Ma
rion is from the Exposition via, the
Hocking Valley route.
Choice of twenty-nine different
routes, direct (via Washington,
Petersburg, Philadelphia or Balti
more) or via New York.
10 DAY LIMIT 312.00
15 DAY LIMIT $10.50
60 DAY LIMIT $19.25
SEASON TICKET $21.80
VIA NEW YORK
CO DAY LIMIT S23.7G
SEASON TICKET $28.50
Tickets on sale 'April 10 to Nov.
ArpH Mil loNovemlmr Mtu. Choice or
n number nf attruL'tlvo mules.
Los Angeles, Cal.
April if lo May JSlystlo 8Jirlnor
Mny 7 to J.I aeriiuiH llnptlit ilrctliron
CJood going ono mute, ruuirnliiK another
Atlantic City, N. J.
', May 31 toJuno3 Anioiicini.Mndlo.ilAns'n
Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
July Ii, (land 7(.nlglitsTemi)l;ir'
July lV,i:undll-II. I'.O.K.
Ono-wayBeo.oml-cliisiG'olonht tlcketi to
paoirio uoast points at
Unusually Low Pare
uuuy uurin April ,
Aranael the worli
Tourt fOlO urid upwurrl
For ''fnll particulars coniult
a.M.KNAUJflK, Ticket Agt Hnrlon.O.
We mfve and store
your foods and do
all kinds of ;trnfer,
work. rtionelSS. ,
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With the Members, of Local
HULCAHEY IS INJURED
Has Nail Torn From Finger
Two Excellent Workouts Secured
Yesterday Notes From About
the O-P Circuit.
It is tlio gcnei-.il opinion of the
management of Hie local club nml
L' tho J'nus Hint .Unnngor Di-umm
liatf soemwl i toacnt . to Teproscnt
JfiD-imi tfint will moro than givo
unlisfneilion. A moro congenial
set oC ball player would bo hard
to find and tlieio is Htllo doubt
bill. Mint every player will Jiavo
tho iivfcrp.ils oC tlio t'Jnl) nt Heart.
The nlavers all like Jlai-imi and
boHcvo ittnit- tbev can do llieir best
ipfoiii JL'irlrin crowds.
It is hardly . jmJKihlc ilint
Drnmni will sign 4iny mr.ro men be-
l'nro the ohening of tlio season as
(ho present builch is very salisLu!
tory irt thlin. The manager lias a
nmnber of nncn that he can sccuro
on wiorl notice and m t no cvont
ol! iinury rto any oiL 1ho men when
Mm season commences he will bo
able to J'lll m Iho vacancy with
out, any trouble.
Tlio firM Accident to a Unio
Burner occurred- during tho prnetfeo
vcslerday immiintr when Kd. Jrul-
calicy, tho populnr outfielder with
Iho team, got Jus linger langicu
up with a lino drive. Tlio nail
w lorn off and the fingor was
vnry Imdly bniised.' The accident
will keep' ' Mul" out of tho prac
tice) for a few days. '
Hoi It morning and afternoon
practice was indulged in yesterday
by itho squad of Manager Drumm
and Iho work of tho locals was
watched by a large crowd of fans,
attracted io thoi cost end by tho
circus. The .boys worked hard and
w:ilh a fov moro fair days will
bo in condition to ifjght for tho.
Lancaster, O., April 2.1. -Tho
Lancaster baseball management af
ter gathering together a corps of
uitcluus to cover the loss ofGoy
oi". Cpp and Compton, who woro
dfalfted last fall, we.ro notified
tliat Pitcher Adams, who signed
a IJancastor contract, had also slgn
cd a contract with tho Dubois, In
terstate team, wlicro ,ho vvill Jiavo
to play. Tho local management is
now' trying to purchase his release.
Ho won f if Icon out of seventeen
gfli.iiic for Dubois last season. ITo
vys -bo will not report to Du
bai?. Akron, April 2,'L Manager
Walter East has: offored to turn
Third Basenau Toddy Strood and
shortstop Uehbergcr over to Dado
Mvers tho Conton Con trills', pro
vidod East lis allowed to keep a
string on tho two players so .that
Mioy can bo turned buck whenever
ho wants them, flyers is consider
ing! 'I'Vds oHfor, .it is said, lo
couso ho is in great need of a
Miird baseman. Ono obtaclo in
Mio way !? that tho O. and P.
leaguo is in a lower class Mian tho
East Iivorpool, O., April 23.
Tlio Ycmngstown Ohio and Pennsyl
vania toainwau tcieatoa by tlio
East Liverpool team yesterday in
n galirjo that went but povon and
one-half innings. Both sides used
Mhco piti'hom. Tho socihj:
East Liverpool 2 113 0 0 1 '-8
Voitugstown... 112 10 0 0 10
Batteries Qroom and F(riel;
Heedcr and Boylo; TVirrclI, Baiiloy
Bcatty and Rothuond,'
Xowcastlc, Hi,, April 23.
Manager Smith released SJiortfitop
Frank CJorn of Cleveland, Catchor
Williamson, Pitchor Iloctor of
Akron, Pitchor Mooro and Outfield
ev Sharploy of tho .Yermont
iMonday'o Newark Advocate con
tained line likenesses of Captain Tim
Flood and Bobby Qulnn .of tho Ma-
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Snndnsitr- Is probably ndt as baf
ball. cray toiky aVlKoy. were Borne
weoks nco when they wanted to get
in tho O. and P. Tho Detroit Tlg-
cra defeated their team Sunday 18 lo
1 with 20 hits. S:uuhmlty made ono
rnn In the ninth Jnnlng.
Tho O. & V. league will get no
money from Zancsvllle. Drumm hnH
iieen turned, down. Nowark was re
fiiKod a Kanio this week, and Sharon
got a decisive answer last night.
Malty received a telegram frOm Shar.
on, asking exhibition games forAprll
27 and 2S. Hogan wired back, "No,"
Ho thinks that will hold them for n
while. ZaneRvlllo Tlmes-ltceord.
My, My, Marty, hut aren't ye tho
fipifeful liltlc devil?
Cleon Webb, tho old Ohio AVesleyan
University south nav, now with New
ark Is already sliowlng old time
form. In a game Saturday, he fanned
nine men In live innings.
Prank Woolson In the Newark. Ad
"Lefty Webb was a brilliant star.
He never pitched a letter Rame than
the one at Wchrlo Park Saturday nr
teriioon. Ho had all the control that
a first class Hidowheolor needs. Ho
had plenty or steam when he let out
and his curved balls wero wide nnd
largo. In fact, ho hung wreaths of
mystery around tho nocks of overy
iMcdleinc Hatter nnd they merely
walked to the plato, walled for tho
big youngster to throw up three,
and. then walked back to tho bench
"On two occasions tho Canadians
were retired on strikes. In ono Inn-
Inp ho pitched Just ton balls and not
a onn was lilt. Tho first two men
up fanned on tho first six balls of
fered. The iiext man had n strike
willed on him, then a ball and then
two fltrlkes retlrlnc 'tho sldo.'
Tho .Mansfield News Monday con
tained nno likenesses of Uob Llndo-
man and Charles Luskey, under tho
lieailllno, "Will Strengthen LImo
In connection, Philip Wolfe, tho
filiorl nir wr or. an: n: . i
1. ' -
''Manager Fcrd Drumm, of the
Marlon Lime Burners, has secured
two good players for his 1907 team,
who will ably fill tho shoes ot some
of tho veterans ho has disposed of.
Pob Llndoman la not unkown to tho
O. & P. circuit, ho having been with
tho Newcastle team the early part of
last season and finishing the season
with tho East Liverpool team or the
P. O. M. league. Llndeman was ono,
of the players secured In the three
cornered trade made by Percv Stetlcr
and will hold down prayer meeting
Charles Luskey will no doubt bo:
f known as tho "Wandering Jew"
backstop of the league. Ho has
capght In many major nnd minor
leagues over tho country, nnd is still,
good for several seasons to come. He,
should be a great help In developing,
some of tho young pitchers whom
Drumm has secured'. He is also a-
good sticker nnd will strengthen tho.
Marlon team In that, department pf
Yesterday's- Youngstown Telegram
contained cuts of Tim Flood and Bob
by Qulnn ot the local O. & P. team,
Under tho double column heading,
"Pair of Drumm's Veterans."
Mr. Fred Syphor, tho sporting ed
itor of the Telegram, says:
"Tim Flood, third baseman, and1
Bobby Qulnn, middle fielder, nro two
ftiiiesvlllo veterans left In the Ma
rlon lineup. Flood will captain tho
team this year. Manager Ferd Drumm
became convinced by last year's show.
Ing that now blood was needed, to
make Marlon a winner this year and
he cut loose a bunch of his veter
ans. Including Ba'rney rjllllgan, Jim
Cooper, Stownrt and Lauzon. Drumm
thinks Qulnn nnd Flood have, It In
them to ploy winning, ball this' year.
Both nro old t'.nera,"
Tomorrow afternoon , nt Garfield
park, the Colts and tho Veterans of
the Lime Burners will engage In a
diamond battle, and It is expected
that a large crowd will visit' tho park
to witness tho contest.
Tho team will lino up as follows
Colts-nllcy, left; Lucas, middle"
Lewis; right; . Luskyr first: Drumm,
third; .lldrrt, J secOnd,' Balllnger,
short; Smith, catcher; and Nonfiling,
Burke and Pickett, pitchers.
Veterans Qulnn, center; Flood,
third; Farrell. right; Llndeman, first;
Tato, loft; Mylott, short; Thumb;,
second; Shaffer, catcher; nnd Ouyneti.
Wllmot ana Wllhelm, pitchers. ,t
Tha teams will play overy day tbla
week, If possible, jrjio games will be
called at 2:30 o'clock and no adnH-
slon will bo charged.
PliFSAlVt ACTS LIKb A POULT W
'j'ii ii i imo mwtu rimirAW
FOU OPENING DAY
Street Partrie will be
Veteran Bil . Players, Leigue akd
City Offlciais to be Guests
Unless all signs fall thore will bo
some tall rooting of tho kind that
makes fanatics of the most , conserva
tive, on the day of the opening of
tho Ohio and Pennsylvania, leaguo
About 200 nmes bave been secured
by n. O. Shute, the principal
worker In tho organization of tho
Itootor's.club. Each member has
subscribed ono dollar to assist In tho
celebration. It, Is expected that tho
list will bq much larger beroro that
A mcctliiR of the club will bo held
lato this afternoon at the tommor-
clal club and .the general program
for tho opening will bo decided nnon.
Tho People's band lias been engaged
for the occasion and will appear In
full dress uniform. Every cab In the
city has been engaged for tho day.
it is planned to have tho local
police forco In full uniform load the
procession. Next will como tho band
and then carriages with tho ball play
ers and special guests of tho day.
Ifollowing tho carriage, nnothcr
band will lead I'm Hooters' club; tho"
members of which will march, carry
ing canes and wearing badges.
Jn tho first carriages, the surviving
members of tho: .Marlon Stars nnd
tho Mar.lrn Mohawks, tho two great
baseball teams that In early days of
me gamo, represented this city and1 I
uiiiiii! ii lumoiiB inro ir noiir. tnn inmi.
The formor players are John caruiodv
W. a. Lucas, Mel nice, M". B. Dick,
ersoiii John "Dummy" Wrenn. Ttnn.
li?.mm B.elbvW. r. scoflcld, Patsy
llllinilHAII Ah.I !!. IFAll.-
mu uii hiiii ivunor,
Npxt will, came tho players or to
day with .their now blue uniforms
then President Morton, of tho league,
mo oineers or tho local club and tho
speakers, of the nay will follow1.
A nnmlier of other features will bo.
worked, out, by the;club hut, will not
no announced. . .
Botten Nationals an4 Brooklyn Pallet
Standing of'the Cliiba. .
. ,. Won. ' Lost.
New York ,
St., Lonls 2
Follewlng are Monday's scores:
At Detroit Cleveland 4, Detroit ty
Rhoades, Clark, 'Wakefield; Kllllau
At New York Boston 7, New Yorl
8. Winters, Armbruster; Hughes
Keefe, Thomas. ,.
At Philadelphia Washington
Philadelphia 8. Smith, Graham, War
ner; Plank, Dygert,-Sen reck. J
Standing of the Clubs,
;? .Won. L03t. Pet
Chicago ;.C 1 ,85'
New York .,..,, G 2 .751
Phllaledlphla ...... 5 2 ,7H
Pittsburg ... ; 3 3 .501
CCIiiclnnatl 3 C .371
Boston .,... 3 5 .371
St. Louis ....... ,v. 3 b .331
Brooklyn ... ,. 1 6 .141
Following are Monday's scores:
At Chicago Cincinnati' 2, Chlcagc
3.' Hull, Scltlel; Ituelbachj Pfelster
At St. Louls-Plltsburg 8, St, Lotih
2.. Willis, Gibson; Druhot, McOiynn
At Boston New- York 1, Boston 0
Matthewson, Bresnahan; Flaherty
'. At Brooklyn Philadelphia 8, Brook
lyn 0. Sparks, Jacklltsclt; Mclntyro,
0 i .
pr-Pw Wtf K a MartT
?rof. CblttMUea, af 'Tale's $m
unu Buuooi, itej,,;yjtr.a'ejmruBei-
that without Jmaat they.8H0WrBO'li
'oteuergy, strength orvltalltyvi. t
"I don't believe, b' Jinks!" aald
tlnule Josh thi uatHlax. "that this
here wprld'll evebe tyuly happy oatl.l
ovlty man In It kliKJwaljce, ev'rybody do
vi he'd like t hein dq.',; Judge,
r- :t jjv rr
Leet A BmhVf Keys.
Mrs, Ky reffOftl to' the voile I
!(. .IH. l.i. 1. Lft Ia1v 1..- l.ll. '
ll UIHUV lum iiii.iKvimiHi !!
j drep -at, tljo dt yeVrlay, f a4
BJartili n ii i o ,t?.. ..
&K'fii "Tw awdftknw&juu Towd the k?yh?J ,ast nleht" hlle you
:tTi:i.i-iWT!2rffrf'fcwero In' the nar or. with' tm.i iTn.
I IHI. .5PiUNftlWI'.NOI8.TOrT.rl
dz i!i tttp ;'.ii'fi""-A flJirr
ut tne neceyee'W snecn.viotne
l.v A well dressed wonan walked Into
tho office 6f tho Burlington county
clerk at Mount Holly, N. J a day or
two ngto and Introduced herself to
Wllllato S. Sharp, the search deck,
says Jho New York Tlnies.
"You., see," slip began, "I'm en
jaged In getting up the genealogy ot
our family. a very old and honored
Due by tho way and I am quite sure
you will bs Interested.? Am. I
"Quito right, madam," rejoined Mr.
"My great-grmidfathor," continued
the pedigreed daMTc"as I am told,
was in some way cohnected with tho
county courts hero away back In
the oldon days. I want to gjet the
date to complete my record."
Mr. Sharp got down a dusty old
volume containing records na far bock
as 1710. As he opened the book his
glance fell on the very name the
woman was looking for, but ho did
not alludo to tho fact further than
to say that he believed sho could
find what she wanted.
About half an hour later the wom
an closed tho book and started for
the ,door. Mr. Sharp asked It sho
had completed the family tree. Ho
was very much surprised when she
snapplly answered: "No, It was not
As soon on sho had gone Mr. Sharp .
looked up the record. It showed that
the woirtuh's ancestor had been hang'
ed for. piracy.
LAWYER KNEW HI8 CLIENT.
.Therefore1 Matter of Fee Was Eailly
The young lawyer was consulting In
the Jail with his unfortunate client,
charged with stealing a stove.
"No, no,," he said, soothingly, "I
know, of course, you didn't really
steal the stovo. If J thought for a
moment that you were guilty 1
wouldn't, defend you. Tho cynics "may
say what they like, but thero are
Bomo conscientious men. among law
yers. ," Yes', of .course, the real uTracui
't'y He's In proving that you didn't steal
the stove, but I'll manage it, now that
you have assured mo of your Inno
cence. Leave It all to mo and don't'
say u word. You can hand over a
guinea now, and pay me tho rest "
1 "A guinea, boss?" repeated the ac
cused man, In a hoarse voice. "Why
don't you make It 10,000 guineas? I
.could pay ye Jest ez easy. I nln't got
"No money,?."-- Tho lawyor looked
, 'Naw ner know where I kin git!
Tho young' lawyer seemed plunged
in gloom. Suddenly he brightened.
"Well," he said, more cheerfully, "I
lllrn tn hotn hnnnal man In I.A.ii.iA
I'll 40t vn n,lnf in .In 1II i .....
" '""i " "" . . '?', i""
uuk.ui hub uurujio .llliu we it can . 11
square lf you'll send the stove round
to my office. I need one." Judge's
It Wat Alt Right Back There.
They had evidently been quarreling
beforo entering the Sutter street, car
at the ferry.
''I would thank you, Mr. Johnson,
not to sit, by me!" she said, Icily.
''O, Lucy. I'll never go with her
again never, nover, dearie I"
Gradually the harsh, tones melted
to soft etidenrng phrases. Tho car
had become very crowded. It stopped
at Van Nobs.,
The conductor, wedged among pas
sengers, midway of tho aisles could
not see Jho rear stops. With his hand
on ihe boll cord he suddenly yelled:
"How Is It back there now?"
''It's all right; wo'vo mado up
again," Impulsively responded tho
young .man. i.
i'P, Wlllrtrd, he. didn't, mean us!"
San Francisco Chronicle.
Beaten by a Head.
She had become engaged for the
first time on the previous evening,
and love's young dream had wrap
pod, itself around her soul with" the
thickness of an eldordown quilt. But
she was bashful, nnd blushed and
started whenever tho. uame of her
lover was mentioned.
At- last her little brother spbke:
II wanted so much to' neon taVnuvh
VBut, like a good little boy, you
didn't, did you?"
"No; the servant got thero first,"
A Gross LlbeM
Gnddle I saw you at the tailor's
yesterday, looking at trousers,
Dudley Ob !. gracious, doa't you go
Bpreadlng a He like that)
, Oaddle But I did see you. ,,.
jPutMay-Yu diiiioL.fYou aay.kave
aeeu ,aie. totkiig "totarljigg.V
"Tifouaera" are redy-maie. PHWeI:
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orami mat sue oaaaca ttorrutwh
ti.i . i. .''-' -. '4.i" . .
ine ereni saieij ana ,wun ' out
.littlt sitfferifir. utr8,likve
tclfled and aald. "'It ' worth
its treijrht W; fold." $1.00 jtV$&ijl
Dome ui trugsi3in. uuuk coniaininp
valuable mforniation mailed free.
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THE MMtf ULi RE6ULAT(m CO.. Atlant.. 6
GREAT DHOVE3 OP CARIBOU.
Hunter 9ay Bid Game l Still Abund
ant In Alika.
Ed Tinker, of East Los Angeles, has
returned from a nine-year sojourn In
"it's a life." TBal'l Tlnkor yesterday,
,"of, some hardship, but I enjoyed
eVery day of It. f hunted as much
with the gun as with the gold pan.
"On6 winter, before tlio laNv prohib
ited tho sale of caribou for food, my
partner and. I hunted for market. We
wero ao miles up the river back of
Dawson, and brought out tho heat on
ttlOfltf mv pIv Anrrtt' liflntrlnrv nhr W ft
eAa' at a (mc We Bol(1 ,pward ot
C,000. worth of meat, killing 2.10 carl
bou. I had 18 caribou on the sleds tho
first trip out to Dawson. They weighed
2,380 pounds, and I received ?1 a
pound, Including shine.
"You might think the same would
soon be killed off at Unit rate, but If
you were to see' the droves of caribou
that I have seen In thut country you
would readily bolleve that there will
bo game In Alaska Indefinitely for tho
one who is willing to endure hardships
with the mercury 20 degrees below,
ot cours0( lf a man Is accustomed to a
steam heated, offico and has not the
pluck to subject himself to hard work
und 7,ero weather lie can shoot a flue
specimen of moogo or caribou with a i
100 bill right on the streets ot Daw
BUFFALO ROBES ARE SCARCE.
What Few There. Are Sell Readily for
$50 Apiece. ,
"Buffalo robe3 will, soon be a thing
of the past," said a local dealer, who
has had. six robea on sale this-wlnter, I
the property of a citizen who could
not afford to keep the precious sklna
Five ,of . them have been sold, and
while $500 has been offered for tlio
last ot tho jot, the dealer Is holding
It for'ICOO, the price demanded by the
Tho robes are not unusually large,
either, and were undoubtedly bought
by people who intended to use them
for rugs, to retain ns curios, or for
Romo such purpose.
Imagine a cnrrlago, being driven
about town, a $C00 robe thrown care
lessly over the seat, while the owner
stepped Into a business house for a
few, momonts! , N
Few people, would- recognize the
robes as valuable, however, as they
have no moro style, than the ordinary j
fur robe, but the value Is thero, as the i
purchaser will learn who pines for
, tho skin of; a roal buffalo!.
"I romember well enough seeing buf
falo robes soil hero for $10 apiece 20
years ago," said
sas City Star,
on old-timer. Kan-
Wanted A 8ound Killer.
Will not some sympathetic scientist
tell me what to place beneath my
typewriter to silence it? I have,
tried felt half an inch thick, bottle-.
packing pasteboard, rubber, etc., yet:
the clock-click-click can bo heard a
block away by the ice man, who al
ways wants a brainstorm cocktail
when tho sound smites Ids auricular
nerve. I want a non-conductor be
tween tho (op of tho desk .nnd the
feet of tho machine. Suggestions
thankfully received. N. Y. Press.
Economy a la Mode.
"I buy me a beautiful dress when I
need It," (ho femlnlno creature said,
"but I economize on little things.. I
never hnve enough pins or hairpins.
I noycr did have. Many women are
llko that, but so are tho men, I
know a man who takes me oiu) to the
finest dinners and gives me a differ
ent colored wine with every course
and when ho has finished his dinner
ho invariably swipes enough matches
from the stand on the table to last
him a, week."
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An Innovation In tho way ot perfume
business is an. urn ot, oldjiorceluln set
In gilt bronze. Tho lid is perforated
und within Is i glass vessel with u
wick, wherein rooy be burned slmplo
pertume or a uquia ozone. These
burners are aecoratiro, oven in the
most elaborate drawlnu-rooiuB.
It ''has become something of a fad !
to choose one perfume and dellcatejy
scout the' entire house with It, but It Is
obvious that such a scent would peed
to be most delicate and unobtrusive.
No Chance at All,
"That Jfartel Ik really a terrible
boro. He talked last night for hours
and ouly stopped to cough,"
"Well. I buppogo you could get it
.. word: lu edgeways then ?'.' 4
"Rather not, for whlle.Jie-was cough
ing he madn sln , with his huadi
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. Doo,SiMlai Wde.
A sagacious ddgjs'blo to, beat't'he
rallroadByind tho'Anil-p'ass leglslttiloh
If merf cannot. (
A story Is told byallrond moii about
a dog which boards' paasengcr'.j trains
on the .Boston. & Malneiand, conceal
ing himself Under u seat,Tlders loBoti
ton. After 'a. run nboUbthostreetsbf
the city, frequenting Ills favorite
haunts, he rdturnu to the North .Sta
tion, plays his trick once again' tiftd
lands home safe and happy. How he
Is nblc to pick out the right trdlhsjind
why bo ddes not get aboail an exprdia
aitd get carried by bis, lioitio statfdntls
a mystery. ' i-
Largest Admiral's Flag.
To Admiral Sir A- Ki. Wllson.-the
new admiral of the fleet, belongs .'(he
distinction of having flown the largest
admiral's, ting used In a modern? war
ship. ... '
Tho flag measures 22 feet, 2-lndhea
by 15. fnel. It was made by the yeo
man of signals, on ImmiiiI, the' Exmouth,
and It was holsted,Ui placn of the mrfra
commonly used paying ok perihant!
Lcutloii Dally Ofaphlc, '.'
nd biirnlnf v6 '
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riftkf aaeDof aunucpUM and that it b
r. A. W. ChMtt SlAtniMt
Wntoh krlori relief almost Instantly and j
anaar pojitlvo f uurantoe to Brov
lorr BreauaenE lor won ng. bleedllik and
trwtln Biiei.or thermon. wUl.ba MfwuK
For aale In Marlon, Ohio, 1r Tlai
t, Drug store. '
Going abroad for health is a
confession that medical trcatmctit"
has not brought improvement".
Nd. one can.denv that.a decided '
change of climate isplten benir.,
ficial if inade'in time, yet we.cqn-,
teno mat, tho.e 'suuoring, from,
coughs, colds or lungdi"ase
can obtain air as ,f resit, fopdav
pure, and medicine as effective at
home as in foreign lands. ?or,
neflrlv fiftv. vm PUn'a Pnr tiit
I been doing its. beneficent worl;. jn
relieving cougiis, corns and iuuk '
diseases. Many cases thought, to I
pe incurable, itavcsbeen cured oy;
its use. a r
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timony: T6 WhomItMayConckiimi c
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For sale by.'all 'druggists 25.cts
A Btn. Crania liuir brSimnUu
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