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GRAND OPERA HOUSh
Mtonday and Tuesday
Nights, My 27 and 2S
Siok.Deaf, Blind and Lamo
upon the staj'c bv the
Who is coming to Marion with
healing in his bands, tlio world's!
Who treats tlio Deaf Sick, Lamo,
Rheumatism, Paralytic and all
Chronic Diseases, by tlio
POWER OF VITAL MAGNETISM
The Magnetic Wonder of tlio Cen
tury. Jn the Scientific, Magnetic,
Manipulative and Yito-Medical
. Treatment of all Chronic Affec
tions. Will "publicly demonstrate his
wonderful .healing (powers on the
sfngw of .the Grand Opera House
two nights, only as above, Rain,
Snow or Shine.
Seats free. Treatment on the
Positively no boys, girls or
children will bo admitted unless
they are afflicted. Tho crowds!
are always so large that seats can
not be given tn young people.
As colored people are not treated
.'it the private offiice at tho Majestic
hotel they will not be admitted
to tho opera bouse. KacU demon
stration will be .preceded with a
short desertation on
The Power of Vital Magnetism as a
after which cures will bo perform
ed that will astonish tho skeptical,
M't the serious to thinking anil
convince the doubtful, that in Vital
Magnetism is a. force capable of
effecting most marvelous cures. No
matter what the disease how bad,
JioW long standing or hopeless tho
case may apMar if curable at all,
.they are amenable lo imagnelism
and they will
ARISE AND WALK.
All those who aro on crutches or
canes, rheumatism,, palsied, paralytic
deaf, sick or lame and wish to lio
cured aro invited, and as great a
number us possible will bo treated
T'JtEB upon tho btage. Ho not only
treats tho deaf, sick, lame and
crippled at bis privato office at
the Majestic Hotel but nearly all
chronic dVciisc. quickly yield to
this strange over, osjMYially such
a-s catarrh, incipient consumption,
bronchitis, neuralgia, nervous pros--tratinti,
diabetes, incipient Bright'
disease, epilepsy, tumors in all con
ditions', diseases of a delicate na
ture, head noises, hip diseases,
deafness, heart disease, bladder
disease, pile and rectal troubles,
rheumatism, constipation, disorders
of women, cataract, dyspepsia anil
rtll stomach troubles, nervous in
digestion, cancer, sciatea(, paralysis
liver complaint, kidney' troubles,
scrofula, gravel, throat disorders,
impotehcy and du fact, nearly all
chronic diseases quickly yield to
anjinal magnetism in tho hands of
this phenomenal magnetist.
T.hn management of the Hoy
Plienomenan Co. have secured
apartments! at tho Hotel Majestic
which have been rearranged and
especially fitted p for tho conven
ience of those calling for consul
tation or treatment, comprising pri
vate reception rooms, private con
sultation, examination and treat
ment rooms, ,ils public reception
inoin.4 and offices, where thoso who
wish lo learn if they can bo cured,
may havo consultation examination,
a thorough diagnosis and advico by
Die Chief Consulting Physician,
who directs and prcscribe,s all
treatments. Hf curable, the price
will be named. If incurable, tho
caso will not bo accoptod at any
The first two weeks n limited
number of cases will bo accepted
nt tho Introductory Reduced Price?
for tho purXso of making as onany
cures a possiblo tho first month
thus proving tho efficacy of Mag
netism as a healing agency, after
which tho regular fees will be
charged. Therefore those who wish
to tako advantage of tho Intro
dnotory Reduced Prcca must call
soon nftor -May 20 at jKissihlc.
Office Hours: Daily, except
fc Sabbath, from 10 a.'in. to 5
p. in. and 7 to 8 in tho evening.
TJio office at tho Hotel Majestic
tfpens for .the- reception of patients
rm Wednesday nt 30 a. in. .An
usher will bo found at the ladies'
enlranco to direct callers lo the
'J fw 1 IIITllll It
!. ! ll
With Final Game of the Ser
ies. MYLETI'S tllGB HEAVE
Allows Three Runs to Score
in the Third.
Wilhelm Pitched Winning Ball
but Lime Burners are Defeated
by a 5 to 3 Score.
nOW THE CLUBS STAND.
W. Ii. Pet.
Youtigslown ,13 5 .722
New Castlo 10 7 .fSS
Mar'on 10 8 .fiDO
Sharon 8 2!l
Akron ! I) .WW
Lancaster 8 10 .4-14
Newnik 8 10 .444
Mansfield ...,... II 13 .188
New Castle, E, Marlon 3.
Mansfield, 3; Sharon 1.
Yoilngstown, I; Lancaster, 3,
lAkron, 7; Newark, 1.
Newark at Marlon.
Sharon at YoiiUBStown.
Lancaster at Mansfield.
lAkron at New Castle.
Newark at Marlon.
Sharon at Yoiiiiijstown.
Lancaster at Mansfield.
Akron at New Castlo.
(By Prank A. Dewberry.)
New Castle, Pa., May 24.
Again the Nocks triumph!
At iCWado Park yesterday af
ternoon William Smith's New Cas
tle nine wiped up the mud with
the Marion team for tho fourth
time tills season. It was u gaino
interspersed with sensational play
ing, excellent fielding aiul heady
plays. New Castle seoied five runs
in the tb'id inning and up until
the ninth had the visitors blanked.
In that fatal, almost, ninth, tho
Lime Burners came to cni,h and
on several pretty hit. poeured
three runs. With two jneu on
b.vc and with ono out after tho
trio of bennors had been flashed
across .the pan, a double was made
and the game was ended. The
rally by the Drumm men was one
of ho jprclliiest bits of work ever
witnessed on 'tho local field and
wh'Je Marion came near winning
or tying the score and kept every
fan on the grounds in an anxious
condition for about ten minutes,
there was nothing but praise fpr
I lie final effort of tho Marioniles.
It .was a peachy thing, that last
inning fainting fjpell and when
the last man had been put out tho
ireu in the gray matter department
wcro alxnrt .ready to keel over.
Tho contest ended ii to 3. Tho
runi accorded New Castlo were
lio gifts, every dod gasled last
one of them, and had it not been
for tho fifth and last inning iho
teams might have been playing ye
rol, had Adam and Evo not been
nrtide, B'lble history would havo
been mighty uninteresting reading.1
She was a good ''amo. howovor,
Bo and no mio kicked when tl.e
rush for slreel ears wa1 imade
There weie few punk plays, plenty
of stick work and fielding (hat
was nil pnro gold. There was no
old brass intermixed with tho do
ings. So there.
Your Umpire Undo Billiam Ban
uon was a trjflo bettoi with his
peepers thiw .timo and snuintcd
safely and surely. Hw decisional
nil until yesterday wero a triflo
off color but ho worked well in
Ibis game. Bnnnon is all right,
lie is honest nnd tries to work
well. Ho calk 'cm wrong sonic
times, however, "bekaws ho Iran
gamo but when ho stebnod lo tho
rubber the wetness sulwidod. Thbt
Noah wnnfwl no a'ain. ThU was the
first homo game for tho local
p'lfchcr. Up until tho ninth inning
ho worked liko a slick clock, but
in that last of Jho nervous pros
tration ifiill, ho jvent offr Sensa
litinnl fielding at tho light tim
Mr. Noah and Mr. Wilhelm wero Ouinn m V i T o ? n
selected by their managers lo do ffi ' t 1
ho. artillery work. Mister Noah pffl r .7 i i o 1
n a prodnct of tho Mormon conn- Middleton "" I 1 i n !
try. It rained n while before tho - ,' ' , ' V. " 1 ? ? I
MMM riM W Jl lllrt I ii
BASE BALL WORLD
squeezed llim back to earth.
Mr.Vilhe'lm nlsoi worked well and
asido from (that bloody f,ifth ho
ground out quito a bunch of base
ball history. He tins ipenfl n.i.l cm
Irol mid'mndo jio"d fioin tilts ithrt.
Last season New Castlo pushed
Willie's Jielm all over tho play
ground and ho was determined to
do things this time. Ho worked
hard, lint notwithstanding .this ho
was bumped quito often.
New Castle has now taken Uio
series from tlio Limo Burners.
The Nocks defeated Druinin twice
in Marion and two out. f thrca
here cl'incli tho series. Marion returns-
this morning to itheir homo
town and will stack up against.
Newark in a throe 'game sories.
Akroit will play New Castlo today
But about this game Looking
forward to coining victories gets
mo off Iho 'track.
She's all here and if yon did not
go out or was where you could not
see Iho piny, sit down, lend this
and imagine you are at tho park.
Cheap way of seeing a gnille niif
Qninn, Marion ' first hitler, flow
out on a foul to Green. Mylett
went out, Noah to Schlatter. Fer
rall dropped a long fly into Burke's
Smith died easily; Ilagen singled
to riglfl ; Pinkney went out to cen
ter and llngeu was caught at
Second spasm. Middleton walk
ed. Tate sacrificed. Lindemann
fanned and Flood died on a tly to
flreen sliced ithe atmosphere to
pieces; UurKo sliced same ami
truest had tho displeasure of be
ing the third straight, man lo bite
Third verse. Luskey went out
lo Ernest. The catch was superb
and was imade after a hard run.
W'tlliclm died from Noah to
Schlatter and Qninn walked to hi
position after Htigen had gibbled
Then New Castle won tlio game.
Watch this; .Schlatter died. Wil
helm to Lindeniann. Murphy,
Noah and SmilJi s'lngled, filling
the bases-. Uageu hit into Middle
ton mid his paws wcro sticky,
Murphy scoring on the error.
Pink went out on u fly and Oreen
walked, forcing Noa'j. Burke hit
to Mylett who throw wild to first,
Smith, Hagen aiul flrccn scoring.
That was about all to 4hat inning.
Fourth period. Mylett fanned,
Fan ell dumped a fly lo Pink;
Middleton hit safely but Tato flew
out to Smith.
Schlntff, Murphy and Noah went
Fif.Ui half. Lindemann fouled
out lo Muiphy, Flood hit mfely
into short. Luskey hit lo Clreen
arid a doublo resulted.
Smith fjo.w out. Hagen hit safe
ly and pilfered second. Pink cut
'fe and flreen died, fliori to Linde-
Sixth. Wilhcbn passed away, sec
ond 'to first; Qninn dropped, short
td lust. Mylett walked and Far
rell hit into abort, being thrown
out at first.
Burke went out. pilcher , to
first; Kmest walked but died
Avhilo Irj'ing lo steal second;
Schlals was thrown out.
vSoventh. Nothing doihig eilhor
side. Likewise eighth.
Ninth, flreen monkeys, white
elephants and blue sweaters. Qninn
fungled lo left; Mylett walked;
Farrell hit through second' and
Qninn scored. Middleton went out
lo Burke. Tato slammed a pretty
two bagger to center and Mylett
nmripA in lnr nn.i ' .nu e.,.i
nun earroii .scored. Linde,mnnn
Flood h't to Hagen and was thrown
onl and Tate was caught nt Mho
NEW CASTLE AB Bi Hi TO A E
Smilh, in 4 112 10
Hagen, 4 1 2 2 3 0
Pinkney, 2b 4 0 0 3 2 0
flreen, 3 3 1 0 2 3 0
Burko, v 4 0 2 2 0 0
Ernst, 1 3 0 0 3 0 0
Schlatter, lb.... 2 0 0 7 2 0
Murphy, c 3 1 1 T, 1 0
Nonh; p ,3 1 l i 3 o
Totnl ,,...., 30 r, 7 27 15 0
Lindomnnn, lb.. 4 0 ID 0 0
Flood, 3 4 0 2 0 0 0
Luskey, ...(.... 3 0 0 (7, 1 ft
Wilhelm, p 3 o o 0 2 0
Total .10 ,1 7 24 7 2
Now Castlo, 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 xC
Marion, , 00000000 3-3
r xr.. rnv "' m n tr n. . t.
!"'. .1 1 I I II II I
Mb mXr6n 6iWLlr Mil&ok, rRflAfr,
Two base Jul Flood, Tato.
aintck out by North-2; Jiy Wil
helm r. , ,tu
Bases n balls Otf Noah .1; -oft
Stolen base Bnrko.
Sacrifice hit Tate.
Hit by pitched liall Schlntlor.
Double ijdny (Ju'inn to Liudc
maun; Pinuney and Schlaltof.
ritnjiire Baiition, Tnno 1:35. At
NOTES OP THE GAME.
(By Prank' Dewberry.)
New Castle, Pa,., May 24.
"This team of mine does not ex
actly suit, me." Thus ."poke Malin
ger Ford Dniinm of tho Limo, Burn
ers in an interview nt tho Sherman
House yesterday afternoon. Tho
lpnlar manager of tho now one f
the best tcaima in itho 0. & P.
league will nfnko a number of
changes' in his 'learn before two
weck goes tye and it will bo for
Just wno willgot. tho rinkoy
rank has not lfeen announced' by
Drmnni. Ho will" fire somebody,
that much is a foregone conclusion.
Tin intends shviirrtlinniiio' itlin nine
, . , i ? ,. . rixwiey, Patterson, Mntliny, Kerr 2,
""! ...wU'","LW1 ' ('.?.nS" Wl," lboiMaln. Spear 2. King 3. Struck out
,.,..,.,,, ,. p'W iiiiv
Marion is very weak in the box
de)irtmcnt at tho present timo.
While none of the pitchers aro on
tho shelf, a number aro in very
bad condition and; n couple of more
games will ehnscj'.tlip team to tho
place .where trees aro tall. Wilhelm
worked excellently in the guiue yes
terday but Ise hot in, good trim.
None of the 'pitchers carried by
Drill inn can bo said to be in per
Marion lacks a' whole lot in gin
ger. Tho team appcaro a triflo
dead and if Mr. Drumm would
wiS" vi',l Mt ".!!? ii10 cm,1,1,nlb
hotter work out-col (hem. They
lack that MRin and v gnr whVh I
"Of course. I don't, want to
stale at picseqt,rjnst whether or
,t T ,..in Mi,, ..Its. "..,:.. i. -i-
1 1 12, b? IIW 'nClt
ho are workins But you can
i. .. 1,11, ...IV 1II-1V IJILVIU'lh. iHi:..
eouiii on me r-iet that I will
sli-englhpii m a whole lot. flot to
do it," said Foxv Ford.
li.-,, ..-,,,. : n ..c 4i i
1.. .,.... ;. ii l i
Z ' ' " 'r , " T. C rcmf "V1
t'.n.lfir 1 "1111 fl I1IU IIIUM. III'WII-
..- Fi,-.-jii,-,j itrir iiiik urt'ii .me
signal for ninny kind . wtords of
commendation fioni .ans who have
alwrtys admired him; Bob Lindc-in-aun.
the ox-New Castle nlaver.
ivlm ! ,...,-..... ,1 ! i ,
fZ 1 1, Ti7 ." '" ' ncK
-nuiiuirt, 1.1 llltllilll U
SPORTS emfw mfwv HOT d fw m
ii-' n'Vr " Mny ,2.4,"T,.T, WC(lf
j nil VII 1 1,) 11 i". HlilKIMg Willi
Akron learn seems lo indicate that
ho will again climb into the big
len-juo class. Caffyti plays left
field and at nresenthas a batlinsr
average of .445. Fas been at bat
fil times and secured 24 bits. ,
Sharon, May 24. Manager Mc
Vey, of the Man.sfiold O. & P.
lejiffim tenm gnvo second baseman
Ifi'ler Ids release Beyijolds is
New Castle. Pn., May 21.
Manager Smith, of Newcastle, trad
ed catcher .Ashey for outfielder
McSerley. of the," MalisftcM loam,
Tho latter is weak on backsJop
men and long on mil Holders. AsJi
ey was secured by Mnnngor mith
from Toledo in a trade, but was
not neded heie, ,so never reported
MeSorley joins the Jejuni today and
is Mid to bo a heavy sticker.
If ho remains it meniw llin vnlnnoA
'of .ono of tho nrescnf men.
It was a hard ono lo loose yes
terday. Marion Just gave tho
'Wilhelm pilclied gropt ball and
Bhonld have won his game.
The Ijw.o Bnnerflf won three
pud' lost four games oir tho trip.
Newnrit lodny,' " tomon:ow ar-d
Sunday and then Lancaster for
Tt was n, gaimb try that Iho Limo
Bitmerfl imulo nMa first of the
Wo now havo several scores1 to
sotlle with Sharon ind New Castlo.
Tho Lime ".Burnera returned into
last niglit from. New Castlo and
today will doiL flleir now blue mil.
I forms and , "iaiU' against Jke
to 24, 1qo7.
Mxnildcro from NmvarkT Wlmot
witolVnlcliifi'Mnrion md "fiinko
,or Slroup Mvill'Vorls. for. the tai
lors. 1 Tomorrow Bnrk will Jie on tho
firing lino for tho locals and will
endeavor to annex Jlis sixth
straight game. Tho Newark selec
tion for tomorrow will depend upon
today 'a selection.
MANSPIELD, 3; SHARON, 1.
Shnron. May 23. (Mansfield defeat
ed Shnron this afternoon In an ex
citing thirteen Inning gamo by tho
core of three to one. The visitors
won the game on an error, a sacrifice
hit and a single by Tihhetts. Hoth
pitchers wero effective and kept tho
hitB scattered. Delehanty saved tho
game for Mansfield In the eighth by
making a one-handed catch. Score:
It H K
010000000000 2 3 8 1
000100000000 0-1 D 4
Battcrles-Buckliolz, Farrell and
Ilreymalor; Rdfelt and Mattlmm.
Ituns 'Mathay; Dlery, Speaso. Two
liaso hit King. Doublo plays Far
rell, Delehanty; Reynolds and Blery;
Delehanty ami Reynolds. Sacrifice hits
OVioley, Patterson, Mathny, Kerr 2,
Tlv rr.lfolf 9 Vlrat linqn nn hnllo
Oft Edfelt 8; oft Farrell, 1; off
Buckholz, 2. Hlts-Oft Farrell. 4 In
3 Innings; off Duckhotz, 0 In 9 In
nings. Stolen bases Dlery, Delehan
ty, Tooley, Mattlson. Time 2:25.
Umnlre List. Attendance 300.
OIIAMPS, 4; LANKS, 3.
Youngstawn, May 23. After being
beaten from tho sixth Inning, Youngs
own developed a batting, rally In the
ninth Inning today and won out,
scoring three runs In tho ninth. A
pass, an irror by Drown nnd doubles
by Breen and McAleese won the
Youngrtown 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-490
,.,- .. ,
R H 13
i n . . .
'dI n n r. mt t ..
oiuir i, uretsii, u. inuiiuia; i.ui-hk,
.Heller, Elston. Thnee base lilt RIb-
iwo oase nus jncAieese, iireom
m r. n- ,.,i ,, :
rles, Brown. Stolen bases-Starr 2,
Ix)cve. niston. naftls. Double nlnvJ
Locke, rciston, Raftls. Double play-
ServntliiB (unaBslstped), Icf t on bases
Yoiingstown, 10; IaneaBter, C. First
base on balls-Oft Justus, C; off Comp-
ijh, i. oirui'K imi uy uompion, a;
!1. T..t.. r n i t i, ..
" "Bum, u. i-anseu uaus usu C(,
2. Tlmc-l:4C. Attendance-350.
AKRON, 7; NEWARK, 4.
(Akron, May 23. lAkron took two
out of three" In tho series with Now-
"'" cuii'B wutiy. iiiu mune was
.fcatuieless. Newark made a rally In
the ninth, getting three singles off
!Newark ... , 0 ! 0 1 0 0 1-i S 5
lAkron 3 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 -7 12 2
R II 13
iBatterles Llnko nnd Pearce; I3h
man and Lnlonge. Runs Elchberger,
Lalonge, Caffyn, Kast, Nallln,
Schwartz, Neblnger; Snyder, Havel,
Winters 2. Two base bits Elchberg
er, Lalonge, Elinian. Stolen bases
Schwartz, Havel, Smith, Caffyn, Nal
lln. Sacrifice blts-Caffyn, Wratten.
Doublo play-iWInters to Oygll. First
base on balls Off Llnke, 3; oft 13h
raan, 3. Hit by pitched ball Havel,
Lalongo. Struck out By Khman, 4.
Umpires Steinberg nnd Latham.
Akron, Mfay 2fJ. (Special)
Mnnngor East today signed .lack
Kennedy, itho pitcher who was gi
en a try-out by Citicinnali I his
spring. Kennedy was taken from
Yoiingstown by Cincinnati but wa
119 1 regarded ns fast enough, for
big league company by Ned'Hun
'lon. Ho was ent 'to Louis vHo h
the American Association but w
latec returned .to Oincy. Kennedy
wrote ,40 Manager Kast asking for
a berth on the. team. He will jaia
tho Tip Tops nt onco and will
strengthen itheir pitching depart
Avlio Latham, tho clown coachcr
of tho Cincinnati team for many
yean, arrived in Iho city this morn
ing and will handle, the indicator
.hero in Iho series vitl Newark.
Sprain Quickly Cured.
Bathe the parts freely with Cham
berlain's Pain Balm and give thorn
absolute rest, and a quick cure la
cortnln. l-ir Bale by nil tlrugclsla.
Thirty days treatment for. klflhey
bladder troubles and rheumatism for
$1.00. Your money refunded If not
Balusfled. Plueules contajn no alco
hol, Do not deran" the stnmaoh,
Uasy to tako. (
. feolil by Flockea Drug Wort-j ,
ii Hi mil
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THEY COULD NOT BAT.
Three Eastern Clubs In the Amerlcar
League Failed to Score on Thurt
Standing of the Clubs,
Now York 15
St. Louis 12
Following nro Thursday's scons:
At Cleveland Athletics 0. Cleve
land 6. Coomba, Schreck; Thlelman,
At Detroit Washington 0, Detroit
10. Patten, Warner; Kllllan, Payne.
At St. Louis Boston 0, St. Louis 0.
Tnnnelilll, Armbruster; Pelty, O'Cou
Standing of tho Clubs.
New York 25"
St. Louis 9
Following are Thursday's scores:
At New York Chicago 5, New York
2. Liuidgreii, Kllng; Wlltse, Ames,
Mathewson, Taylor, Ferguson, McGln
At Philadelphia Pittsburg 0, Phil
adelphia 3. Phlllppl, Smith; Plttlnger,
At Drobklyn-'-ClncIniiutl 3, Brook
lyn 0. Conkley, McLean; Strlcklett,
At 'Boston St. Louis 4, Boston 1.
Beobe, Noonan; Pfefrer, Brown.
" t ' ""ft"
Marion City Directory.
Wo aro canvassing tho city for reg
ular Issue of the directory for year
1907. R. L. POLK & CO.
Seo Bentz & Court for that now
Bicycle, 22G East Center street.
Y. M. C. A.
The Marion Sunday School
Teachers' Federation nrct in the Y.
M. C. A. parlors 'last night with
a small attendance, but nevertheless
u highly interesting session was
conducted. Dr. Russell B. Miller,
professor of Biblical literatim) in
Iho O. W. U. at Delaware was
! present and gave an instructive lee- i
lino on jiow io siuiiy uio uiiiio.
IIo advised that the student mnko
a study of thu pnvlicuhu and tho
light of itho context and study tho
various books in relation ,to each
other. In conclusion tho Prolwsor
took up tho Sunday School, lessons
for the pext two weeks, thorough
ly discussing lio essential points.
Physical Director C. M. Douthitt
of tho Y. M. C. A. organised
a swii!Diuhig class last. night with
a membership oC Iwolvo. Thu class
will meet, itwico a week and wi
niako a pciial study of 11 tho
nid'uuciitH and finer points of swim
ming. The Y. M. ('. A. innnagcMiont
has decided to hold its field day
exercises wbich have been postpon
ed twice, on tlio forenoon of dec
oration ilav. lii.'iimini' eit 10 o'clock
mid closing nt 11 :)(), bo as not in
any way whatever to intorfero with
the iiflernoon oxorcisa at fho
eemolery. Tho evont will bo a field
day ol both tha Jiigh school
athletes and tho boys of tlio graded
schools and nromise lo lm mm
of tho greatest occassious of t
Kiiia over iiem n tlio cly. i
W B CORSETS
Best Without Costing Most
ALL DEALER ELL THEM AT $1.00 UPAKDH
'Jf9AnTt;il 90SM,,ra. 3fr.3T9 lrtl M, y,
iiifui 'i iii Ji)i .iii
The man who stops to dissect bis
pleasures never wears n glad look
Beside s a restorative influence on
the whole nysteui, Dr. A. W. Chase's
Nerve PlllH have un Immediate nnd di
rect effect on the organs of digestion. '
Tliey stimulate the nerves of taste
nnd Induce a good (low of saliva to uld
digestion, They excite tiie glands of
tlio stomach und produce a plentiful
supply of tho L'nStrle digestive nulds.
lhey slmrpen the appetite and arbus
Knpeclally wliero appetite and the
ability to digest food havo diminished,
tiB in nervous exhaustion, anaemia, the
result of sickness, overwork or worry.
Dr. A. AV. Chase's Nervo Pills are by
all odds the most effective treatment
that tail possibly be obtained, I
They UHsmo good digestion, regular,
healthful action. of tho liver, kidneys
and bowels and the building up and
revitalizing of the whole system.
Dr. A. S'. Chnse's Nerve Mils, CO
cents a box", G boxeH for J2.D0, at all
dealers, or Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine
Co., Buffalo, N. Y. To protect you
against Imitations the portrait and
signature of Dr. A. W. Chase, tho fam
ous receipt book author, ure on every
For salo in Marlon, Ohio, by Ploc
" Drug Store.
Of the Season
$1.25 TOLEDO $1.25
$1.75 DETROIT $1.75
AND SUGAR ISLAND PARK
Sunday, May 26
Special train leaves Marion 7:05
A, M. Returning boat leaves De
troit 0:00 P. M. Specinl train
leaves Toledo, Magnolia St, 0:00
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