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State Y. M. C. A. Bowling
Meet a Success.
TEN TEAMS TAKE PART
Fr&bnauer ia the Individual
If trlon Tiger Show Great Form and
Koll One of the Beet Gamee Ever
Seen on Local Alleys,
The Stntc Y. M. C A. bow
ling tournament held on the loc.il
VVwoeintion alleys Saturday nflcr
Umm "and evening .'n which fifly
fivo anvnteurw of the popular ten
pin game participated, proved one
of tfio most interesting Y. M. C.
A. kilMwlingir cuiit;esla ever held in
the- statu of Ohio. Two team
from Columbus, .two from Delaware,
thrcd "local tenmw and one from
Bellovno, one town Mansfield and
one' from BueyrtiK, took part in
' The out-ol-town bowlers o'coin
ipauird by a inunbor of rooter, ar
rived .in the city about iloori Sat
urday. Nearly eveiy bowler car
ried his special ball and thus the
tournament was carried mtt on
Hchcdulo time, the .bowlers "not be
ing compelled to -lose timo in hunt
itig for a suitable ball. The win.
tesl began about 12 o'clock noon,
Dol.awnin team No. 1 loading (lie
-tournament "in positVin "Mutt not in
Marion team No. 3, commonly
known as the "Tigois" by loll
ing ono of, the fattest games over
known on tho local alleys landed
, ALL THIS WEEK,
ALL STAR 8HC
And His Troupe of Trained
., it f 1
Talking and Singing Oomo
Burlesque of Fancy Skating
. And Blind Balancing.
.a JONES & RAYMOND
it rp'pmedy Musical Act
Oinierograph Moving . Pic
Ladies ,,P)iina Souvonir Mat.
"ineei Tueaday and Thurs
,v ay 3 p m, 10c,
Twa Shawl Nllhtly, '7:30-9:00
TICKKT ! Ml Ic.
School children's .Prize-
Matineo Saturday 5c under
12 yeaia.1 ":
nntl'r R PahIpH
Miction of wall paper that you caa
miU convince yon, Wall papa? fro
t '. iy&Kt.. t- x
tUo b fcblfc (6
lli6 high score of tho (ouramont
witli'tt dotal of 2olt pins. Cojum
htn? learn No. 2 was not far in the
rear with 24.12 pins to its credit.
Frolmaner, the tnmous Cohimbu'q
bowler, "who look third place in the
National tournament at St. Louis
several weeks ago, bowled with this
loam, iris owllng was phanomln
fil. In fhti first game' he startled
the tpoclaloiN by pushing up a
score of 2.11. The opinion "ho
can't do it again," was banished,
When ii tho second game he rolled
L'I7 pin. However, with Frohnatt
er's great scores tho Columbus'
buneh wasn't oiusislent cnougli to
land, above- the local "Tigers."
At the conclusion of flu. tannin
nleiit the bowlers unanimously de
cided to uriake Iho occasion an
annual affair. Colninbus asked the
honor of entertaining next yenr and
ho request av.W granted. A silver
Irophy cup wjll ho offered as a
priiio to be n.wn.rtcd the team win
ning two consecutive games,
The score- of the tournnmaili fol
low: ' r
COLUMBUS NO. 2.
Wyetli ....'. 140 109 ir,o
Heaven isi 21 132
,Iny 120 lOS 127
ttatC3 , i7r, ir.8 i2r,
Frohnniicr 2fil 237 1C2
Totals ;, 840 S80 Jl)3
E!er ... 1 03 100 108
Karshner' -. 177 123 174
IfreKel ,lfi ,n ,,n
IStornifl ti 212 112 135
'" HI HI 1P0
totals 809 00S 807
Team Totat-2284. v
MARION NO. 3 (TIORnSi. '
H. Fles .....227
J. Pies 157
H. iRuli. 1B4
Sanford ' 142
Totals 809 797 8115
Team Total 2511.
DDIAWARn NO. 1.
(Totals '. 082
Team Total 2107.
JJARION NO. 1.
12,. Hoffman 120
B. JPIersoir 102
R. Schcinlaub ....... '.126
Seffner ..... 150
rrotala ,..708 759 830
Grahatn . .. . .'. . 'TV?'. . . . 1 14"9
Uttlo ,x .,.-.. w,..:,,.i27
Flnofrock .. .'. . . .".M31
to oDonald ..,.,,.;.,.,. .145
Totals ..'..' 055 004 718
Team Total 2037.
COfAJMDUS NO. 1.
Stoughtoir 115 13s) 103
Koons 134 121 .117
JenklnR ,...r "....102 171 138
Pelton 1 IS 150 130
Williams 119 137 144
-Totals i '. 705 721 092;
Team Total 2121.
Dellart M57 140 129
tourilap ...-..., 1CU 150 132
Holmes ,...,,.,,,,.,-. ,.,121 109 100
$chlc)m 101 115 109
Wumbold .,, 124 141 104
Tolflln ,,,.059 721 094
ent. that .somebody
linn n lnvorat
k or a better il-'
la M 4HHj
tore. A ?Utt here
TSCH ANEry BROS., DruggitU
MA'tttON NO. 2.
MudOty. 4-bi 1Q8
inirneu .n..... ,174
Siitler , ..147
Llppencott ......,....,. 128
fTotttls ...,..,808 702 792
Team Total 2302.
MoKce ... 143
tetwllet 1 :...'. ..158
Blfick , 110
'TolaJW '.. ':.'..:.:. ,.:087 742
DRliAWAlti: NO. 2.
day ., , 187 117
ninlr ,..113 91
Russell ,...'..r..JC5 134
Thompson 121 148
Uoillirtha ..474 157 125
.703 017 704
Mrs. Homer Smith Takes Carbolic
Acid by Mistake.
iMra. Homer Smith, wife of Row
Dr. Smith,- pastor of St. Paul's M.
B. church at Delaware, took .carbolic
odd by mistake Satliiviay night, and
oilly through tho heroic efforts of tho
Attending physicians was her life
Saturday, the help at the Smith
resldenco had cleaned out tho medi
cine chest and during tho night, Mrs.
Smith having been taken 111 went to
the chest for some glyccrlno. In
tho dark she took a swallow of car
bolic acid. , Hor mohlhnnd throat
wore .terribly burned .'
faaay a message from Delaware
stated that the patient was out of
danger, and. will lecover. Mrs.
Smith Is very well known In Marlon
BEWARE OP OINTMENTS TOR
CATARRH THAT OONAINS
as mercury will surely destroy the
senso of, smoll and completely do
range the whole system when enter
ing it through tho mucous surfaces
Such articles should never ho used
except on prescriptions from repu
table physicians at tho damage
they will do is ten fold to the
'ood you can possibly derive from
them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, -manu-faetuied
by P. Ji Cheney & Co.'
Toledo, O., contains no mercury,
md is taken internally neting di
rectly upon the blood and mucous
mrfa'ces oE tho system. In buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sura you
..tit the goiuiinoj Tt is taken inter,
mlly and made in Toledo, Ohio, by
P. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
Sold by Druggists. Price. 7Go,
Take Hall's Family Pill ior
GROWS RICH AND AID8 WAIFS.
Man, Once a Foundling, Devotee For
tune to Aiilit Other.
St. Joseph, Mo. Eugene Purdy,
who was sent west In 1880 by the
Children's Aid socloty of Now York,
one of a carload ot watts, and was
adopted when eight or ton years old
by Henry Dernlng, a farmer of Chill
cothe, Mo., returned fiom the Klon
dike last October with 150,000, which
ho made In six yeais In gold mining.
He has now learned from tho Chil
dren's Aid society that ho had two
brothers older than himself who wore
sont out for adoption by tho socloty
before lie lett the Institution. He has
also heard ot a sister who onco lived
at Hlnghamton, N. Y but ho has
been unable to get any trace ot hor.
"Tho first thing I want to do,"
Purdy says, "Is to find my brothers
and sister. After that I intend to de
vote some time to an investigation of
what becomes of thousands Of found
lings sent from New York io wesWn
cities. The society tries to keep In
communication with them or with the
people who take them, but communi
cation ceasos after a few yeais and
uobody kuowB what becomes of them.
I know from investigation I have al
ready made that many of these unfor
tunate children go to the bad."
"The" views I express jtbout reli
gion," said the tiresome contioverslul
tut, "may seem .rather too broad to
most people, but "
(. ."Not uf all," replied the cauald man.
"To t most ' people ,fhey Heem' not h
,bVbaa VkU.y Kf,W7H'hlllulbl
t ' if T.r" Jr.di w a" ' '
Anua SI. Fairlnmb, whoso place of
residence aud postofflce address aro
both unknown, will take notice, that
on March 4, 1007, Edward O, Fair-
lamb filed his petition in tho Court
of Common Pleas of Marlon county,
Ohio, against her, praying for a dl.
vorce from her oil tho grounds of
gross neglect of her marital duty,
and adultery, ami that paid cause will
bo for heorlng on and after May 13,
EDJVARD O, FAHIUAMB,
Oy h, B, Myers, his Attorney,
WOMEN TOOK A HAUD,
fefr tx ahowfef th Men Hew to
ClUn TWn't Strttttt
. Ail honor tt the women ot Dniih,
Mb.l Tie? hare made ot their pretty
little1 dry, nettling oil the plains at the
foot of the rtockles, as close a counter
iifert Of the "Spotletis Town" of elory
and rhyme, as tho lack ot tie paving
.wilt permit. And they have done thli
Itk the fade of the scoffing and mucking
men, says the Duliith Herald.
The foul condition ot all the street
crossing), op which mud was permit
ted to aceulnulate uhtouciied from lit"
ginning to end of ihe winter, and' thu
i-uugri-KuiiiiK i Doors ut iije.. yrorsr
corners to Jew,, ul women tl'.vlng it
cross the nasty sdcots without becom
ing hedrhgRlad arouse'd tliei inembcts
of the rait- sex to actloti. , THey hnvo
the full voting rrnuchlsc, but there was
no eloctlon pending and notil-jlu isfght
for fifteen month, nt least. Dauntless
and determined, they mot ami organ
lied for" war' under the banner of the
OruiU Woman's club.
In a body thu women served notice
ml the (town council that If tho street
crossings were not cleaned (lioioulily
within twenty-four hours the fair sex
of the place, would undertake tho woik
and shame the men. Tho latter still
proved obstinate, and n regiment of
women In short skills and rubber boots
ami armed with shovels nud hoes ami
brooms began thu onslaught.
In less thaiii half n day the worst
crossings weie so clean that a lady In
A ball dress could almost go from cor.
tier to corner without soiling tho train.
Then tho abuslied men were aroused,
and now every crossing In tho town Is
clean and will be kept so.
Tho heroic example of the good wom
en of Brush might well be followed
with profit by the women of ninety
nine oVlt of every hundred cities of
America. ,Apd the leinlss and slothful
city fathers would awaken to Instant
activity, to the vast benefit of all of
MADE WASTE PLACES PAY.
a Farm Qlrl Utilized Ntglacttd
.Strips of Qround.
Often somo neglected spot that spoils
tho nppearahco of u street may bu
beautified at small expense and ulso
inado to yield a good Income. Hem Is
how Jennie flood of Rockingham coun
ty, Vn., mode ono waste place pay,
nays American AgilculturNt:
In 11)03 I had obtained my pnieuts'
permission to utilize the neglected
strips of ground mound the garden
fence to uso and plant as I chose, the
proceeds to be my ery own. A whole,
sale slaughter of weeds, brush, Inlets,
etc., which were immeinus fiom lack
of attention in many years, and thu
rcclnmatlon'of an old abandoned cor
ner, equally neglected, were thu llrst
results obtalBed. Of course this le
rpilred a lot p'f-'liai'd work and a goodly
share of pluelLto put In shape.
I hove no correct account of what
I realized tho flrsteason, but In the
nprlug of 11)04 V again took charge
spading the sol moderately deep, woi Ic
ing baruynrd manure well Into the
soil nud smoothing down tho surface
nicely. I planted eaily vegetables,
such ns radishes, "pens and lettuce.
From Ihofcu llitlo bdr.der'strlps one half
thu dlMnuco around the kitchen gar
don fence, tho other hnlf being set to
belrles nud grapevines, and fiom thu
old ubaudoued corner I furnished a lot
of vegetables for tho homo table and
sold over $10 worth liesldes. I wish 1
could give the combined returns from
the stair. Thd great satisfaction to
myself lies not ouly in having realized
so much, but lnt haying pioduced m
pleasing an effect with so small an
amount of effort. , I shall continue my
work this year. ' '
The School Garden Idea.
Tho school garden Idea Is steadily
growing, and'-In many of the largo
cities and towns tho woik has succeed
ed beyond the expectations of even the
most sanguine enthusiast, says tho
Homo Magazine. In 1005, .180.085 ouo
cent packages of seed were sold In
Cleveland to children living In all
parts of tho city,' Including those dis
tricts where beauty 'Is almost unknown
and yards and vacant lots are most un
attractive, aud as n result ruiinli:
vines soon began to cover ugly feuces
and outhouses, common dowers as well
ns shrubs beautified the yards, aud
potted planjs decorated porches nud
balconies. In one small city tho wotU
began with stcreoptlcou lectures, to
which tho children' apld tickets. Tho
proceeds were spent for flower seeds,
plants and hardy .bulbs, which were
given to the children with tiu under
stundlug that, tho flower show would
be lu the fall. The entire town be
came Interested In flower cultuio, and
tho B,000 aster beds became ouo of tho
sights to bhow ettrnngcrs, while tho ex
hibits enlisted the Interest nud admit a
tlou of thu surrounding country.
" Civic Clubs In School.
' Tho educational cotuinltleo of the
Lebanon (Pa.) Woman's, club, has stall
ed u movement toorgunlo alj, tho
school children Into civic societies.
AVhen organized the societies w)ll he
merged Into a league and then made
auxiliary to tho stato league, says tin)
Philadelphia Press. Tho school direct
ors npptovo ot the movement and have
granted n part of, tho Inst Filday In
each mouth for meetings of lie socie
ties. At these meetings thu l.ttlo folks
will he addressed on good Utlenshlp
and other civic subjects by lecturers
provided by ho Woman's club, Mrs.
.1. I.. Hockey, Mrs. Cyrus Itauch, Mrs.
II. .T. Ilnyduu, Miss Auun Matthes,
j Mrs. Harry Smith nud -others hnvo nl
ready organised several societies lu as
many school buildings. The chlldieu
are deeply Interested, as each member
will vcr a budgo.'nnd those elected to
ofnee will war ipeclal badges.
THE LONELY HbNfcYMdtW.
Tou know 4ts JO dat use' to to
for work th me, manors? ,
life's marry ysladyi you krtow,
All' ion" for Uflltlnlortf, . ,
An' so ueguitti man like Jo 4
Tou new. s buyfdre.
Eh? No; da girl's l! right, my frhnaj
bit's inak" ont liunlcr too.
tttt, wslt an' you trpl onflratndj
I tal tt an io J on.
TOU Ml, dtrs Joe Jons' time Ago
Oat Ho4a for li'eli inali,
Aii' hvrii stence hn wolka so
l-'or inkk' oh' nave da cash, 1
Baj'cCnte he mal.t gat marry ooh
An' mebbp tnltlnVtoo,
-Aiirttr wstptfritifilW htottl
j(AnJiny tw'o lieckct for da boat
,-( R aaiiur ufiviiiui e.
JAV dfn hendt til:srtSliut your ntaut'
An' junta looka wis.
Tn tlipcnr ten nn for talka 'bout) 1
EpI goiia be iu'prlie." '
8o, w'tn dey marry jeitaday
He smlla so proud, Hlsnorc,
,XV'pii he oes kcoss her clieek an' say,
"Wo sail for Baltimore!"
Ah, den, my fianJ,.co aadda alglit "
You nuvvii sie, oh, myt
liior Kna, nho ees Rat io white
Ah' cm hayseon to try.
"Ecsilo,"j)lie say, "a wcddln' treep?
Hooch fooletshneim you apvakl"
I no can stand et ceo a nlicop;
Da tte. ppS mak' njo gecck."
I'oor Joe, ha swear, tm' den he keea
An' coax an' her lirr o,
For thecnk ot all dat die ell meets,
Hut no, the WppII no go.
"Oil. Hoia, mla," Joe ecs cr) -
"Vour heart ect ers h alone.
For dnt you uuik' me any goodby
An' lull' ilu treep ulOne!" '
Oh, lonely )innc tnooii. an', oh, f .
Ho sadda man, slgnoie,
Dat Kotta teitvn tiers ulfo an' go
Alone Iqv lialtlmoiet
Bo licurta bioka man like Joe
You nevva aee bayfore.
-T. A. Dally In Catliollo Standard and
The Bosa Wat On.
"I linve come to tell you," said tho
employ oe who h'nd been busy feather
lug his oun nest with the company's
money, "that my health Is falling."
"SoV said tho boss coldly.
"Yes," niiUI tho employee, with a hol
low cough. "The doctor says 1 can't
hold out much longer."
"Oh, I don't knowi" said the boss !
ptlll more coldly. "Maybe If you had
'held out' less you'd be able to hold out
longer." And the employee went away
With n dazed feeling that all was not
well Willi the little knockdown game
he had thought was so supersmooth.
Btitlnptt Is Businen
Old Gentleman Is theio nnythlng to
seo on tho other side?
Old Gentleman Is there an Inp ot
Old Gentleman Then what do peo
ple go uciosri for?
"What am 1 going to do, Harold?'
called out a woman fiom the wlndon
vf tin apaiiment housu to her husband,
who stood on the sloop lighting his
cigarette. "What shall I say to tho
laudlmd? He's coming round this aft
ernoon for the lust time, and you know
"I will leave it to you, my dear,"
Harold teplled blandly. "It you can
bluff, him us well as you do mo, you're,
all ilelit"--NVw York Press.
531 .- TJsJfrr'yjj &
? The HabermanHardwareCo.
BasEtall Supplies &
Come In And Look Over Our StocK.
107 SOUTH MAIN ST.
US ifr VvVVwAVANv!TVx''wV.'y,V S
MADE TO ANY MEASUR1
The Wollcnwcbcr Lumber
Simply shavo yourself. Stop and figure tip how yen cokii
Invest $10.00 pet year. j
We offer you the opportunity of nnpplying youraelf wiw
an outfit at cut prices.
. rtM.M.Mi.a.1 k.AAA.
Ul uuaiiuibvuu razurs , ,
ttt A nr. a-, .b. TinTtv.
n. CUU tuiiu- OHilJI XlVtiU
Shaving Soap, Oolgato's
If you cau'lknso tho ordinary
Tho Clem ....V
The Booz .....V ,
THE REXALL STORE I
il) NATIONAL CIGARS
Gentle and Effective.
A wcll.konwu Manitoba editor
writes: "As an Inside, worker, 1 find
li&mbci Iain's Stomncn nnd Llvei
Tablets Invaluablo for tho touches )
biliousness natural to sedentary lire,
their action being gentle nnd effect
ive, clearing the digestive tract and
he head." Price, Uf. centn. Samples
free. All druggists.
Most Useful Book.
A Savannah piuacher sas: "Take
u book with you on a Journey." The
most useful to carry Is a pocket book.
Piles are dangerous, but do not;
uhmlt to an operation until you
iiavo first tried Man Zan tho (lreat
Pile Tlemedy. It It put up In col.
lapstldo tithes with n Ji07zle that
allows II to bo applied exactly whero
It Is needed. If jou have Itching,
bleeding or protruding piles and Man
Zan does not relieve, money re
funded. Soothes and cools. Tie
lleves nt onco.
Sold by Flockn Drug Store.
OltniNANOn NO. 20. Accepting
Joseph Woodcock's Addition tn Ma
Ho it oi dallied by tho Council of
the Oily of Mai ion, Stnttuof Ohio:
Sec. l. That Sarah W. OuhIc'a
.Joseph Woodcock Addition to Mil
lion, Ohio, being n sukdlvlson of tho
following described properly to-wlt:
Situated in tho City or .Marlon,
Oliln. niul niri nl tin. mirlli nmvlmlf
of Section 2S, Township B S. It. 15.
K. Million township, Marlon County,
Ohio, and being Iota 1, 2, .1, I, fi, ti,
7, S, !) and pari of 10 nnd the alley on
the west thereof nnd or lot 11 ns den.
Igunted on the plat of Henderson's
addition to the town of .Marlon, Ohio,
ho and the same Is hereby accepted,
Hint tho stieets and nlleys ns deslg
nntod thereon nre accepted as pub
lic highways. And thnt the lots aro
numbered from to Inclusive.
Sec. 2. Thnt the grantor Is to pay
the cost of publication or this ordin
ance and furnish a copy of tho plat
to the city engineer.
Sec. .1. That this ordinance shall
be lu forco Horn Its passago and
Passed April in, 1D07.
s. u. HAiniAUSicn, j
President of City Council.
Approved by the Mayor Louis
Attest: Wllllnm Fles, City Clerk.
Star 1-22-20. Mirror 1-22.20.
It's screen door and window
way is to havo screens ma do to order for all tho windows
and "doors. Our frames aro heavier, fit perfectly and will last
twice as long as tho roady-mado kind. We take the iniasure.
monts, hang thont, at a very littlo cost, assuring lactini satis
faction. i PHONE 8.
,,,,.,,,, ,', i
',, 25 cents per poaiid
25 cents each
; 25 cents up
ltj centa. per pound
10, 21, 37, CO & 74 cents
20 centa a pint.
razors, wo have tho
First Anthracite Coal Mined.
In 1851! tho flist anthracite coal
was mined within the limits of what
Is now thu city of Scranton, Pa.
During an auction sale in
Alaska a lironte Yaleffl. Tuwnc
padlock sold for $18. 4
And the man seemed miebty
glad Ip get it at that.
Theueeded locks up there.
Aud Apt particular man knew
that he nVled a YALE LOCK.
The bcr.YALE PADLOCK
made will c& you a mere frac
tion of the atwe. anunt.
Drop In and Bhow you
W. Center St.
The Low Price of
for the u
e cheapest toon
uilding of bon'
orvo that can
be obtainable ,
A No. lVLOUK..
Contains all liy best Clev
monts of the beat wheat ob
tainable . Ask your ftoceto
Mozier & Rhoadt
Wholesalo Distributing !Agent
North State, Coal & Feed. .
timo and tho most satisfactory
4 ' p.