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L. . NEBKRQALL,
Phones Home 24 C; Bell 177.
Effect Jan. 1, 1907.
For further Information recording
trains, call lnformatloa operator,
Mako it cheaper to travel than to
Twin tickets are tickets good either
for one round trip or for two peo
ple one way. Just llko buying
two street car tickets. Twin tickets
between Marion and Columbus are
worth 1.35 a pair. Ask tho man
at the Union Station. Ho sells them
only via the
A necessity in every house
hold during tho summer if
milk, butter and meat are to
be kept pure and sweet, be
sides being a means of ob
taining pure, cold drinking
water if so desired. Almost
invariably tho first requisite
ordered by the dot'tor in
cases of sickness.
Place your order now and
get the full benefit of the
season. Phono 112.
The Marion Ice &
Cold Storage Co.
We move and store
your gouds and do
All kinds or transfer
work. Phone 155.
PEOPLES TRANSFER CO
HAPPENINGS IN THE
BASE BALL WORLD
Cellar Champions Win Open
er 5 to 2.
BAILEY WAS EFFECTIVE
Team Back of Him Played
Burk wwi Bit Hard at Critical
Time's and His Mishaps and
Wildnes3 Helped Mansiield.
JIOW TUB 0LVI18 STAND.
Won liost Pet .
YouiiRstown -' 7 .7-11
Akron Ill 11 ..":
Newark W 1'-' "-'
New Cast!.. Ill l-l .-Wl
Marion 12 13 .480
Sl.nruu 12 J3 '!"'
Linirnstoi 1- !" !'
Mansfield ft IS .217
Mansfield .V. Jlnr-tin 2.
Akion 10; onnjston ;i.
Xew Cnstli' 2, Sliaion 0.
Marion -it N'pxvurl;.
Akron at Sharon.
New Castle t Yniinsjstown.
.Mansfield at Lancaster.
Marion .il Newark.
Akion at hlmroii.
New Castle at YoiingMoxvn.
Mnnsrichl at Laiicaslt'i'.
Afj-Yfv'fc 'IilpA nut it all over
tin eri;))le( I. line Burner! at Wi'bli
jiaik ,veilenla, afleinoon, winning
handily by m-iuo t ."i to 2. The
ctllar Vlutmpioiu played like bi:
leajriieis anil inoie lliiui one fan e.-
tnessed the opinion thai MunsCtclil
I. due to sluike ff I lie hoodoo that
luis been banning over it and chilli)
upward in the league standing.
One I Joe ttailey was assigned to
the hra'ing line "by McVey and tlie
lad wb.i il.ngs Iroiu the southern
xcrnnilii )oitc rini'il in excellent
sbanc. eor I he irr"ater nnrt ol the
uiiine lie was tin enigma to the In-
ils mid dnrinu dnnireious moment
Iiim team males lnyed sensational
I all behui'l htm.
Sanloid Murk was Druuiui's se
Ifflnui and tlit liuikv lad worked
l-i.i il to xvn. lie was flouted hard
nl finical times mil his oxu mis
play ami wilduess h'-lpeil to ilefent
Fast Fielding Third Sacker of tho
Tlie visiting hosts secured ono in
the fust. With one out Hpoa? hit mi
piihy one nlong the tlurd base lino
which Bulk in fielding hurled over
Lindomnn's head and tho little
fielder went to second. He scored
ni Bulk's wild pitch and then
Drake mid Tibbitts xvero eiiKy outs.
' IJelehauty, a biotber of tho fa
mous Ed, w.if. tho principal faclor
m putting Mnr.inn out m tho lasl
liulf of Ihc ojiener. Del had txvo
j'Rsistff lo" flint and captured ii pop
fjj in short center.
In the second Ihoro wri notliing
doing for either sido, but tho third
was real dfiiistroii for the locals.
Willi .Bailey out Biery Ipt Fnfely to
renter and xvent to second .on Spoas'
tut. Then Dake and"Tibbetts sin-
!L ... ,. , . jWS hMofr
gled and King hit tor two Jihfics,
(.coring (lirop ittni. Dclelinuty end
ed the liming by going out on a.
groundor -i Lucas.
litidas opened I ho Mnrion linlf by
poking n liaid drive into ePiiter,
nnd iit'tcr Sliafor hitd-flipd out Burl:
sintifilipd on? into the .nie teni
tory, but Lurns wn Jiold nl second.
Qiiinii xvai out on :i l'ly "and llond
Maimfield xva easy in the fourth.
In the last of the fourth tho locals-
picked tip and made one. Far
rell got in iront of, n fast ono nnd
took first. Middle.loii struck out
and Tate singled to light center,
scoring Fnrrpll. LindPinnn hit for
two hasps to left field, but n quick
iclny d'lmin Sjieasjo King to Hiley
ciiught T.'iif ' nl' tlie )late. Tineas
x-piit out on u foul fly to King.
Olcver First Baseman of the Mans
In the f i.n III each tide annexed
another. For the xisi'ors Delehanty
Irok fai-st on Lindeniau's ernir,
stole second and seoied on liey
nolds' .siu:e to i-iirht field.
The Liuio IJiirners got tjieir run
with two out. Middlciou iiit to cen
ter and Tate was safe at .first on
Delehanty's erroi . Liiideiuau came
along xvi.u nnother tJmelj' drivo
Middleton ficored. I.utas ended the
inning by flying to slforl.
Dining the reiiKiinder of the con
tist Mansiield was easy ipieking for
Imikc, but 'he locals could jmt'
ieitul;e .he lead secured by the
visitors. In tho last of tlio eighth
.Viui'ioiii filled tho bascfc xvitli Ixvi
out but could not cross t.io rubber.
MAN.SFlttU). All It 31 I'O A F
Hiery, 1 .1 1 I 7 1 0
iei:r. 1 ..., '1 1 0 2 1 0
Drake, m A 1 1 '! 0 (I
Tibbitl r ..M 1 1 2 0 0
King, II -J 0 I II 1 0
Delehanlv, J. -1 1 0 !l 2 1
Reynolds 2 4 0 1 0 5 1
Hiley. e. .'I 0 0 5 1 I)
Huiley, p. ...:... n 0 1 1 1 0
Total ,...3.r) n II 27 12 2
MARION AH If. II PO A E
Qiiiiiii, in .1 0 0 1 0 0
Flood It 4 n 0 2 II 0
Fari-ell, r 2 0 1 0 0
Mfddlelon. 2 ...A 1 1 1 2 0
Tate, I q 2 !i 0 0
l.iiidmnnn, '. ...1 0 1 in 0 1
Liican. s . o J i) 4 n
Sim I or, c I 0 0 4 1 0
Hurl, p ....:.. A 0 1 0 (i 2
Tolalt. ri 2 8'27 1(1 :i
Marion .... 0 " 0 1 0 1 0 0 0-2
Mansfield .. 1 0 a 0 0 1 0 0'0-fi
Stolen base Delehanty. Two
IniMt hits -li.iinuinan, and Hailey.
Struck oul-Lj Huik 2; by Bailey
.). Wild pilch-Huik 2. Hit by
pitcher-Kilt. v, Fundi 2. Bailey.
I'liipne Hnimou. Time l:.ri0. At
NOTES OF THE GAME.
doing d'. vil,
The Lime Burners nresentcd a
ciippled .ljipcnrniH'i yeslvrda.
.xiyiett yn out ol, tlie gauio ana
Lucas tiMik his pine? at short,
Luskoy Avas nialilo to )ilay and Slia.
for d'tl the linclvftloppiiig. Botu
.lames and iriluifor jiut ,ui excellent
games, howexer, and shmved the
fans that Ihey nro Jiiud workers.
Although playing xvith n bad
.inn mid a bad hip, n result of n
collision ni ono of tho Akron
guiiius, Bob Linibiinan xvas the can
dy with the bat yesterday. Tho big
fellow Sliiashrd out. n dnubln nml
two singles that wore very timely.
In tho third inning Quiun made
a great nttcinpt to capttirp a loxv
line drivo from Bicry's Iiat. Boba
enmo tearing in and made a dive
forward, getting the bnll. but was
Iunablo to sqjeeze it, -.
HVHlwJU'jBHKilK '3jMJ'lL.-JBt Jly BfB
'Tint Flood - T&pVurert n fnnU' fly
off ili'nko'.i bnt in. (lie fiftli InWiijj
after Jnrd lint in which lie wnlrt
altno'Ct'o, the fonetj. -: J'
Tflte ijilnypil Jiisr same great game
ye.ilerday nnd hit the bnll whfcn hits
AKRON 10; 'CHAMPS 3.'
Youngstown. Ohili, Juno 7th.
Yonngstowji pjpycel bad and hIu
p'td ball yesteidny nUd was beaten
b Akron, 10 to .1.' Urrors stnrtcd
the ball to rolling in ihc ninth xvith
tlie basp '.nil. Fasl 'tripled. fee?i)l
II II 13
i'-'ngs'rt 2 0 J ft 0 ii 0 1 0- :i S J!
Akron.. 1114(1 (f?0 0 0 fi-10 !) .!
Hattenes--yniith , nnd Ostdigk;
Ehmnn and l.nl.'ib'ge, llniuo runs
--Callahan. ThNo Jiase hiti
Mount. Schwartz, $thyi'. 'i'wo-basp
hits - niouiil, Slrlod , Callahan.
Stolen base.1 Mi-AleeSe, Knsl. Ha-sc-
on balls-Orf Smflh It, off Eh
until 2. Passed ball-jUeliOiig. Tlit
by .pitcher llitlox', ' Struck nut
Il'y Ivhnian 2. fAjtendance 1000.
I'mpiro List. .;'
rinnirn o. QWAnn-Kr n
.. . . """""" " . i
New I'nstie i'n., .liuie ii. ana
von was xvliitewimhed hern today
bj the locals, who played brilliant
ball Tw'o 't'v players, Utinnnoiid
and Woodrutf, infused lifo in'o the
teani nnd ibn players are dohig
New C. 0 0 0 2 0 0 (I 0 -2 7 1
Sharon. 0 0 O Off 0 0 0-0 4 1
Batterips-Hawks and Murphy;
Malaikey .mil Miiltimi, Stnieic out
-By Hawks ft. Huso on balls-Off
Hawks 1. Holen 'buses Mattisui.
Clex'pr. Wood. iiff. Sacrifice hits
Mathay. Uuipire LPthniii. Time
l::t.r). Atl.'iiilance :i.i0. .
EAST SIGNS. PRICE.
Akron, Ohio, tunc 7. Tho Akron
club has xigued apolher pitcher,
Edwnrd I'nce of fhe Ashland inde
pendent team loporting xvith the
locals today. Prico a fioin Cosh
octon and is only nineteen yeais of
age, but Vi hiiv bklu pildiing phe- J
nomenal hall, lie pitciicii i lie game
at Ashland when the Marion O.
and P. team xvas defeated in n
twelve inning ecitest by a woic of
I to 0. He '.I ii. el; 'iiit clexl'ii men,
and in the game at Afthlnnd xvith
Mansfield, alter two pi'lchers xvero
put out of the box. Price twirled
the last throe innings, jijlowiug only
one hit and hinidiig five of tho ten
men at hat. He will'f mliably pilch
at Shnioii loniorrnw" or Satnnlay.
OFF FOR NEWARK.
This morning tin PJnie Burners
left for Neu'ink. xvh'ero they com
mence a llnce game wr:s today
xviih Hm Mouldpj'ri. The leain will
return here' Aionday for three games
Dining, thu next three weeks the
Lime Bfjnn-s will have u busy
time of it. Theie -vill be llirc'e
games ut Newaik, si. games xvith
Lancaster.-tluee hero nnd thiec
theie, three games - xx'J'th Youngs
town And tr.ree xVilln Akron on the
local grounds, and ;tlien n series
with Now- (nptle anil Shnrnn. Dur
ing IhU j?iio,V a. number of double
hciitlew will be splayed.
As the ii.-tt)' will 'be' a' hard one
during this j.ciiml ' Druinni 'u Very
iu.xioiis to gel all tho regulars back
in I lie game.
Ono of McVey's Heavy Hitting
LANKS CALLED HOME.
-Noxvnrk, .Iiino (1. Tuesday's
post Kiiied janie, xvhich xvn to have
been played today, xvas again put
off, n, a number of the Lancaster
plnyorH wore called to tho trial oE
Hairy Smith, the Lnncnfttqi- bankor
und ball magnate,
Marion plays hero fqmorroxv, thW
beings tho Jfirst series of the Lime
Jlurnere in Newark.. yj ',AI
- i ! Iff 'd'"M'll -liM.il f a )i IIiUjjJ .llArfjuki.. !- I
CUBS CONTINUE TO lUMBf
Chlcapo rintlbnalk Agiln Defeat th
Ntiw York A 15-lnnlng Qame at
Standing ot the Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago 29 13 .fi!)0
Cleveland 27 Id .628
Detroit 22 18 .679
Athletics 'il 20 ,C12
New York 19 19 .COO
St. Louts 18 25 .419
Boston 14 27 .341
Washington 12 26 .316
Following are Thursday's ncores:
At Now York--Uloveaiid 0, Now
York 0. Llebhardt, Clnrko; Doyle,
Keefe, Kleluow. ,
At Philadelphia Chicago 0, Athlet
ics 3. Walsh, McFarland; Wnddoll,
At Washln-iton St. Loiils 5, Wash
Ington 2 ten Innings. Pelty, O'Con
nob; Smith, Heydon.
At Itoston Detroit C, Doston 2. 1CU
lluu, Ariiber; Young, Crlger.
Standing of the Clubo.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago 33 9 .780
New York 28 13 .083
Philadelphia 25 15 .025
PlttshuiK 20 17 .541
Cluclnnatl 1H 25 .390
Boston 10 25 .390
Brooklyn 13 27 .325
St. Louis 12 32 .273
Following nro Thursday's scores:
At Chicago Now York 2, Chicago 3.
McGlnnlty, Wlltse, Bowerman; Tay
At Pittsburg Boston 0, Pittsburg 6.
Ltndaman, Dorner, Brown; Willis,
At St. Louts Philadelphia 4, 'St.
Louis 2. Plttlnger, Dooln; Drown,
At Cincinnati Brooklyu 4, Cincin
nati 415 innings called darkness.
Rucker, Strlcklett, Bitter; Swing,
QUN8 IN A NATIONAL 8ALUTE.
Twenty-One In This Country and EnQ
land, but Different Elsewhere.
Tho question ns to why the nation-1
at saluto consisted of 21 guns was put
to ono of tho classes at Washington
preparing young men for tho entrance
examinations for West Point and An
napolis and, strange to Bay, not ono
of the ombryotlo generals or admirals
"hit tho nail on the head."
Tho "coach," xvho knows American
history away doxvn .underneath, Tup
nl shed tho Information that tho na
tional saluo, which Is tho Interaction,
id salute that Is, tho salute given to
tt national Hag Is tlxed by array reg
illations at 21 guns nnd thai the mini
ber uppeurs to have been In conform
Ity to tho custom of forelgh nations
at tho 1 1 mo when tho number xvas so
Tho first record of a national saluto
Is In army regulations of 1812, which
Is In conformity to tho number of
stutos comprising tho union, then 18,
hut in 1818, a now regulation was
inado fixing the number at 21, which
xvas at that date tho number ot states
In tho union and xvhlch was at tho
sumo tlrao In accordance with 'the
king's regulations (Great Britain),
which fixed 21 guns to bo fired as a
balute ou tho anniversary days of tho
birth, uqcesslon and coronation of tho
king, tho birth of tho queou, tie res
toration of Charles II. and tho gun
At that date the national naluto in
Franco was also fixed at 21 guns, to
be fired only ou Corpus Cbrlstl day
and on tho king's birthday,
It Is proper to remark, however,
that the national saluto of 21 guns at
tho present time appears to bo pecu
liar to tho United States and Groat
Brltalu, inasmuch as the national sal
uto of Franco Is J0i ens; of Germany
33 guns, and that tho superlatlvo
naluto In the United States is that on
the Fouith of July of ono gun for each
date In tho union and It Is culled tho
salute to the union.
Rlpunlng fruit by electricity Is ono
of the latest achievements of science,
Tho experiment xvas tiled by an Kng
Ilsh el.Ktrlcal export, who found tjiut
ho could produce the effect of the
tropical b sun ruyH without tho slight
est dimculty. The ripening experi
ments have been tried for the most
part xvith bananas.
When branches of tho green fruit
nrrlvo In England' Ih'oV nm nut In nn
air 'light case mado entirely of glass.
insiuemis caso- Wsilppllcil 'with V
number of oloctrtcMlElrtB1 wlfllft can
be turnod on and off In any number
at will. It has been dlscpvered that
the bananaB ripen according to tho
amount of rays shed on thorn, Tho
export has mado tests so that now
he can ripen banauds at any tlmo ho
xynuts Just by regulating tho IJghts.
This Is an linmonso advantage over
the ordinary method of ripening.
Bananas are cut and shipped when
qulto groen but of" full slzo. It la
erroneously believed by thoso who
have never been In banana raising
lands that thero the fruit Is allowed
to ripen on the tree. That Is not the
caso. Bananas aro picked groen and
hinjgup to j-Jpen Just as tUey -an
traced Jn(tl' north, JL.
An old sore or ulcer id only a symptom, an outlet for the impurities Alid
poisons which are in the blood, and as Ibng as this vital fluid remains ia
this Impure, contaminated state the place will never heal. The application
of salVes, washes, poxvderp, etc, may cause the spot to scab over, but a freflt
outpouring 6f diseased matter f rdtti the blood starts it Again, rind thus it g0eal
oh, gradually growing worse and slowly affecting the entire health of the
sufferer. There are niatiy ways in which tile blood becomes contaminated
and poisoned. A long spell of sickness breeds disease-gerulsMil the-syteir
Hie failure of the eliminatlve members to remove the. refnseniftyt4'fM'toNr.(t
of the body, the excessive use of mineral medicines iti certain diseases, Ajl
infect the blood with morbid matter and gernls which sooner or later is ltlih
ifested by a sore that refuses to heal. Persons with inherited blood taint Are .
very apt to be afflicted With sores atld ulcers. The-taint may He dbrauitit:
during young, vigorous life, but when middle age is reached or pased'kn'd '
the natural energies begin to grow xveaker, the tissues in some wedk point
break doxvn and a chronic sore Is formed and kept open by the constant
drainage of impure matter from the blood. If the cause Is not removed the
Bore will continue to groxv worse by eAtiilg deeper into the flesh, festering,
discharging, and slowly undermining the constitution. S. S. S. heats old
sores by going doxxTi to the very bottom of the trouble, driving dut the
impurities and building up the entire circulation. When S. S. S. hns removed,
the cause the blood becomes rich and healthy, the sore begins to heal, new
flesh ia formed, and soon the place is cured. Do not depend on external
applications, which do not rtfach the blood, but begin the use of S. S. S. and
remove of the cause, and then the sore must heal. Book on Sores and Ulcers
and medical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. GA
PUBLI8H 364 LABOR PAPERS
In the United State and Canada
Reach a Wide Circle of Readers.
One hundred and eighty-five month
ly and one hundred und seventy-nlno
weekly JournalB In the United States
and Canada aro devoted exclusively to
tho advocacy of trade unionism, says
a writer In Tho World Today.
These 3C4 publications, xvhlch num
ber does not Include socialist periodi
cals, reach a not inconsiderable por- j
tlon of the laboring community and (
exerclso an intluenco In It which Is
There aro In North America approx
imately 2,600,000 working people or
ganized Into trades unions, and each
of them receives the official Organ of
the craft to xvhlch ho or sho belongs
and usually one or two other labor
But tho prestlgo of these Journals
extends beyond the enrolled member
ship of established organizations.
They number nniong their subscribers
many sympathizers und non-union
xvorkmen; they am placed ou the ta
bles ot reading rooms nil over the
country, and for every subscriber
thero are probably two readers. It Is
no exaggeration to say that they reach
5,000,000 rcadors, perhaps halt as
"READING MAKETH FULL MAN.-'
Wisdom and Advice Delivered by
Crafty men contemn studies, simple
men admire thorn, and wise men uso
them; for they teach not their own
use; but that Is a wisdom without
them, and above them, won by observ
ation. Read not to contradict and con
fute, nor to bolleve and take tor grant
ed, nor to find talk and discourse, but
to weigh and consider. Some books
are to bo tasted, others to bo swallow
ed, and soino few to be chowed und
digested; that Is, some books are to
bo lead only In parts; others to be
read, but not curiously; and some few
to be read wholly, and with diligence
and attention. Some books also may
bo read by deputy, and extracts mado
of them by others; but that would bo
only In tho less Important urgumontii
and the meaner sort of books; eluo
distilled books are, llko common dis
tilled waters, flashy things. Heading
maketh a full man, conference a ready
mau, nnd writing an exact man; nnd,
therefore, If a man write little, ho had
need of a great memory; If he confor
little, bo had need of a present xvlt;
und If he read little, he had need
have much cunning, to seem to know
that ho doth not. Francis Bacon.
DOE8NT WANT HIS IDEAL.
Few Men Marry Women Whom They
Have In Mind's Eye.
Does any man over marry a xvoman
In tho smallest way rwombllng xvhat
ho calls his Ideal?
To begin xvith, ho would be ashamed
to be seen out with her, becauso ho
Invariably has some absurd Ideas
about dross, which may bo very xvoll
If carried out by tho Ideal woman, but
would never do at all If they woro
adopted In the ordinary way.
Then ho would Inevitably wish that
Ills paragon of virtue, his "sxvqet
simplicity," his devoted slave, Jits
quickwitted, brilliant conversational
ist, or his patient listener, as tho caso
might mo, would sometimes "have a
inlmi of' her oxvn," or glvo him a
chance ot exorcising his temper.
Tho long and short of It Is that the
Heal woman, If sho ever could exist,
would bo a boio, a prig, a hopeless
dowdy, and would undoubtedly bo at
loggerheads with all her friends and
Man likes to think he knows Just
what a woman should be, but tt is
quite certain ho xvould not care to
find tho creature he mentally fashions.
At aI evento, ho generally takes caro
to select some one wholly at variance
xvith his Ideal when It comes to taking
0 wlfn ThJr!:n Atnoilrnn.
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Best Without Costing Most
ALL DXALERS 8RLL THEM AT fl.00 UPAR.D
VKiNOHMTIlN XOJ, Hekt$, 37T.37fi JtraaJWa,. , y.
a.ijg iJ. ...oh-
Had Fame Thrust Upon Him.
Thero Is one man In New York who
has unintentionally achieved faint,
Bays tho Noxv York Press. For somo
leason known only to himself he In
structed tho telephone company lo
omit his address from tho directory.
Ills name and telephone nuniber ale
there, but the street and house num
ber n.f that particular 'phono aro miss
ing. He Is tho only man In the city
who has so distinguished himself,, and
perfect strangers, when tumulldg
across that peculiar omission, have
their curiosity uroused thereby and
'jeslege tho Information bureau of the
company xvith Inquiries us to the ad
diess ot that over-cautious man ot
xvhose very namo they xvero probably
hitherto Ignorant. ,
Tom Bess said "No" to me last
night, hut I don't thluk she really
could tell xyliy she did It.
Nell Oh, yes, she could. She told
Tom Did she?
Noll Yes. Sho said she didn't
tbluk you'd take "No'J for an answer.
During a single month forty-five
women xvero reported to have died In
the United States as the direct result
of using "headache powders." Th?
poisonous and powerful Ingredients
caused paralysis of thn heart and
nerves, and death followed. r
It Is not dlfilcult to understand that
any drugs xvhlch have such hypnbtlb
effects as to Immediately Btop pain are
deadly In their action on the .nervous
In order to thoroughly cure heada'choo
the nerves must be revitalized and buUt
up, and there Is no way this can so
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