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Vj On Furnituro, Pianos, oto.,
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Above Ryan and Burko
Citizens Phono 080
Extraordinary Shoe Sale
The most extraordinary
aalo that ever took place Jn
Marion. You will find valuea
offered positively astonish
ing. $3.50 and $1 shoes at $1.08.
SALE 10 DAYS ONLY.
I. M. HAYFER CO.,
212 W. Contor
..In April and May always mean
great bargains in Juno and wo aro
not excluded from inaugurating a
Bargain soason during tho coming
Oomo and see us at 531 West
Center Streot near Marion Manu
The month of brides and
roses is hero In all fes glory.
Wo want to remind you of
tho many, many boautiful
things in our storo that would
bo a fitting remembrance,
and after all, there's nothing
like jcwolry for gift giving.
G. W. Bowers
S. MAIN ST.
Our prepared chick feed
contains the proper amount
of crita for the little fellows
to keep thorn healthy and
growing rapidly. They thrivo
better when fed with this
Mozior & Rhoads
North State, Coal & Feed.
130 SOUTH STATE STREET.
DR. C, G. SMITH,
' Office and residence 454 Sllvor
street. Office hours 7:30 to 10:30
a. m., 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. Citizen
Qpeoialist on diseases l childrtn
we sou Accident
At very low prices. Secaro
yourself against loss or
accident or aicKness.
MILLS & BROWN
I, o. o. jr. BLOCK..
Piaao and Organ.
Miss Ada L. Bowen
Pft. Phone W3. C22 E. Center St.
if r w.tSAstyss
MINOR IEAGUE LEADERS
Also HavinR Troubles
Maungcis are Willing to
Almost Any Price for
Despite tho great demand Tor first-
ciasH tall tosssrs nil along the lino,
II is Impossible for some of tho club
lo scar f:rst.!clafi3 players. Not
cnly 1 tho cry from major league
team but from the minora, una
lionij minor league nas ooun wi-ino-
ihc oast dlllKcntly for a flnst-
elass It.floUlcr, ami baa ibeon willing
lo ra almost any sum within rea
son to scoure such n ono. ,
President Dovcy of tho Boston Na
tional; has focon after a collection of
playen. outfielders, catchers anil a
j.ptare iillcr and .lias tormit JHV
mighty difficult to get what he 1b af
ter. It has been said often that Mora
aro not enough high grade ball toas
crs ti tho country to man two major
leagues, and this comes near to bo.
lng tho truth. "Wanted First class
Lall ti tsors" ?ontlnncs to bo the cry
of tho day. When a club allows vet
eran maitcrlal to go In the hope of
securing something ibotter. It has n
might; tough contract on lttf hands.
Plttaburg parted with Second Base
man Ciaudo nltehey had 'to do it, bo
tla WW but Abbatlchlo comc3 a
long vay from 'being a IUtehoy.
Clarke Griffith has now lccn cn-
gago five seasons 1n collecting a
chamvlonshlp team and still has his
troubles. Ho camo within one game
of it at ono time, but this Bcason
reenVJ to Jack considerable of being
at ths hea'd of a pennant) winning
combr.atton. On tho otbor .hand
Comb key achieves wonders with a
team which Is much of tho pick up
description, yt It does .wonders and
no team in 'the country putii up a
moro Interesting' gamo. Tho Roblsosa
liavo expended Immense sums season
upon season hi the endeavor to ho-
ctiro r good ball cluu, and can at
test to tho difficulty of tho task.
So with tho Washington club. Tho
club was not last, season Klmply bi
eauso of the demoralization of tho
Bostoi clul) no other reason. This
season a now deal has been made, nnd
rno of tho Indefatigable workers in
the country was secured as manager.
and there can bo no doubt at nil that
l.c wi 1 'jo an Improvement upon tho
previous order of Milngs. President
Ban Johnson cannot always hit tho
roll on uno head, and ho missed fire
considerably when ho plantod "Jake"
Rtahl to handlo the Washington club.
Jono proved to bo onw out of a groat
manv and exceeded all expectations.
Colllm- lasted a long (Wlillo In Boston.
Clevtlrr.d lias yet to have a manager
who can Jand a pennant winner and
the uamo Is true of Detroit. It looks
as If r etrolt Is nearer tho winning
path itHs seasoT than slnco tho club
v as a member of tho Amonican leagiie.
Hugh Jennings has dono finely with
U.e clulj and hae mot boiled tho ox-
jl'tUlllUID l IUU iU IVY11U m'l'UU01i:U
that he would make good. That tho
tlosto i Ajncrleans could well use such
(i ma'iager cannot bo gainsaid.
If the club cannot secure a first
class playing manager a bench nian.
iger In far preferable, for Wie reason
tho game has grown so that tho man
who handlea tho playing end of tho
dub fclor.ld not ho hampered by any
thing outflldo tho supervision of tho
men. The Boston Americans aro now
tlio only club that ha a playing man
ager ot tho clu.l of 'ho eastern scot.
nid biiriously enough the samo is truo
of ihrf Boston Nationals for Tcnnoy
Ip .the only iplaylng manager In tlie
cas. Chicago and Pittsburg have two
first class plnylnc managers, nnd
both fctiw strong clubs to handle.
Many aro ot the opinion that IaJoo'h
gamo would bo holpod lmmonsoly
.were he mot burdoncd with thie
weignt of .managerial responsibilities.
StII, l must bo admitted tho o'ub
has dono as Well under his chavgo
as under a Uenah nianagor. This does
rlA si ow (anytblnronlly that tho
club has not yet hud a deslnablo man
on the bench to direct tho club.
A rranagor cannot 'hope to accom
plish any results unless ho Is given
carto hlancho and k Entirely freed
from Interference of the officials of
Th- only way to got a winnor is
to keep hustling. Tho most consis
tent1 winner in major league ball Is
Connie Mack. He always has a trou
blesome club und nt a cost that
make other clubs look ridiculous. If
"Carry" Herrmann had a manager
of SfacVg ability he could easily af
ford tr pay him ?2C,000 per annum
and' ,Mtck would earn it.
It it odd, indeed, that the rule
makers lld not abolish tho vldlcu.
Iouh elnto of things whioh permits
batsmen to make tho twins of tho
THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JUNE
basca on (balls hit or thrown into tho
stand.", Bofarte tho present order -of
things was In OMstcnco If a ball went
into tl.e standi and did not come out
tho runnor was allowed to score,
notwithstanding that If tho ball re
mained In tho field and liounded off
thra ff'oo tho runner could not got
mori- than ono extra base, an of
ten lth good! backing" could not
ovejr get that.. It often happened
that a partisian would hold tho ball
whci r throw was made toy n visiting
player ami return 4ho ball to tho
field v-iion It wa thrown .wildly by a
homo plsyor. This w&s manifestly un
fair, piki so the rule was tnaflo, that
the Kvnds of tho bases wore allowtd
on e'tr' iball going into tho scats,
whether tho Uall remained In tho
reats ci bounded out ngnln. An extra
base I addition to tho ono for which
tho r1 I.Tver was making would seem
to b' tho proper thing.
"MICKEY FERRIN" A NAME HEARD
ALMOST DAILY AT TOE WEBB PARK
Jinny baseball bugs know the
fnme of Mickey Ferrin, a local am
ateur pitcher of by-gone days whose
nuinc now stands as the equivalent
for a wild pilch. Those who do
not know Mickey pononnlly or who
liavo no knowledge of why'liis nnmc
"H htich a i'amilia" byvord nl base
ball games in thi city have proba
bly heard his title shouted at Webb
paik tliL-i season and have won
dcicd at it irenninj;.
Lonf after Mickey is dead and
gone as tar as can be learned he's
gono now Ins nnmc wll live as a
monument to his memory. In his
day Mii'':c,v held tlio belt for wild
pitches. Furthermore, his Kizzlin-r
hoists were of the kind that soared
several rods above the catcher's
head and were not inclined to ston
soaring until the ball was nestling
i iiiiim.i'iu locnicu 111 me next
township nnd three or four men
had scored .
It has only been about fivo years
since this accomplished; young twirl
"V win doing stunts for nmateur
teams about Marion. Ke was 0110 of
the star pitchors for the Kleinmaier
team, a nine which .succeeded 111
finishing last 'u the city league,
five years ago, without having won
Tho Ulla tint have boon offered ,hy
10 Marlon 'TamIly Theatre In tho
'last ifow wceiks are umong tho beat In
Vaudovlllo and' tho bill for next week
will bd aboyo the avoracc.
Tlu hadllnors for next week will i
Hayc nnd Ora'.nm a very clover toam
will present to tho public one of tholr
manv acts. Tney aro singing and
talking com'ckllans and do a straight
and Dutch ac This team is except
ionally clovor and has been a great
favorite wihoro ever It has played.
Tie next on tho bill will 'be Totlto
and company who present a European
novo.i; net, comedy and equillbrlats,
Bells Corners, Juno 7 Mr. Clem
Whltp of Marlon contemplates locating
noar Bolls Co'nors soon. (At present
)io Is visiting his mother Mrs. M.
Price near the Corners.
Mr. It. W. Clayton filled somo or-
darw ot Buff Kock eggs last week that
had 'been received from abroad. Two
orders camo from, London Kngland,
The election of officers of the
Bowllnt Green township Sunay soliool
'asso.u rion no'ii iasi aunuay at 1110
Flurv.tw chili ch resulted In all ot
tho prfjeers being rcclcctckl. The meet
lug was well attended. Itov. 13. Ing
of Laftuo talked on tho subject, "The
Placo fpr tho Sunday School in tho
Aftc a eong ly tho Falrvlow Sunday
School, doyotjonal exorcises woro con
ducted IA nor.ilnatlng commlttco wa3
cJhoao" in Mrs. 13. .Mack, (Mrs, K.
Castor. and1 Mrs. B. Williams. Thon,
Hev. cJfr. Long in Jila iritcrestlng and
Iwrtru'llyo discourse told of tho Im
portant mission In Ufo each person
and organization In tho world had.
Ho etated that tho Falrvlmv Sunday
Sohooi had a place to fill In this com
munity "and that wealth of tho land
awl enterprise gave this Sunday
schbn' an unlimited wcopo In which to
do a groat good1.
SuniUy afternoon ono of the heav
iest rains that has visited this locality
In many years fell doing great damago
to tho fruit tjees, corn crop nnd tho
i.Mr. Oris Wagserbook whllo out
dWvIng near Mt. Ollvo church allow
ed hi I spirited horse to cot away from
him. trls ami the buggy was dumped
into t ditch but no great damage re
united, ijtev, Firtirtlc MoKInnon of Rssox
pnea,chtcl at tlio Falrvlew church, last
Doubtless .Too Cantlllon la hugging
himself ovOr his euoccss In Ocicurlng
"Buck' Freeman and no wonder.
'Buck ' in himself, lias como closo to
maklnp, tho (Minneapolis tcim a win
ner out of a tall ender, and simply
brcniib- ho can gauge that Bhont fomco
In Mil neapolls. The AmerIcan loaguo
ground. I iv Itoston were nltogothor
loo imiieh for "Buck" and tho out.
fielders avould play tsq deep for him
thcro was simply no chanco for him
at all This was onottgh to dampen
his tourago. Now, with limited ter
ritory tor tho outfielders. "Buck"
can b.wg away to his hoirt's content,
and doubtless plays with "renewed
courage. Being a man who always
took tho ibost of care of himself, thoro
Is -no doubt Hint ho etlll has many
scaso'is ot usefulness before him and
his mtny coJstcrn friends will wach
his mord with a deal of pleasure,
WnsUngton Sunday Star.
n single game. It tns while Mickey
was distinguishing himself 11s a
t wirier on this team, which was un
der the management of "Butter"
Ituuynii, that his tendency to throw
tlio ball over the grandstand be
came known. Before many games
had been played in the eaguo the
name "Mickey Forrin" camo to be
used by. tlio crowd whenever a
pitcher threw over the ci'tchcr's
licad. cr when ,a man in any other
position made an overthrow.
Mickey had a world of steam nnd
an endless assortment of curves, but
his arm was liablo to fly off at n
tnngent at any moment, us
ually when Ihc bases were full and
the score was ticu. Funs who re
memebr his work say that if Mickey
had possessed any of that necessary
stuff known ng control he would
hnve made a big league pitcher.
At almost any game down nl
AVebb park somebody veils the
name 'Mickey Ferr'n." Whoever
hoars it will "notice that tho term
is usoil only when one of tlio jiitch
ci.? trioi to knock the roof off tho
grandstand. The nnmc has a calchv
sound and it is likely that in Marion
it will be a basebnll lonn for many
years. Long live the fume of
and they aro among the best In tho
Nox: comes tha Lcmonts who do a
musb and iJnig.as turn and arc known
ns tin "Poipulir nanjolsts."
John Goss uno .lxno soloist, tho
world's great s novelty bone playor
cdunot holp but please.
13. P. Itmve will sing -"Wo never
Becmed bo far apart before," htautl
Tho program will close with another
film selebtcid from llmpQnlcd films
from France, with new subjects nnd
new goods winch aro tho very best
tionej can hu
Sundj In Mid afternoon
a goo I Hlzod audlcnco.
Doceratlon (hiy last Thursday was
spsnt In decorating tho graves of tho
ucad at local cemotrles. Bovoral .Ma
rlon rcoplo woro spending tho day
among relatives In our township.
Itiioh Creek 's on another over flow
from rucnt rains an qulto n number
of carp wcco caught as a result.
The Sunday nearest the middle of
Juno Ytii bo-'n set opant as Children's
.Hay at Falrvlow church, jroat prcp-
unmonis suro uoitrs made to have mi
Mr. I. iM. Dixon of 'Mairlon was vis
iting Us slsto- over last Sunday.
Mr. J. M. Oorbln is making somo
lmp(roemic,ntR about his dwelling
house 'by nddlni a now kitchen.
.Mr. Oharloy Price nrtd wlfo or Ma
rten were tho guests of their oaror.itR
over Satui'dlay and Sunday.
i.ir. wi. iMlterson an wlfo lypent
laet Thursay with hor iKirents Mr
an Mm S. C. Smlloy of LaTtuo.
irst v. I'adloy of .Marlon f iiv
guest of Ji'er parents Mr. nnd (Mra.
Jonn ODay west of Bella Ckurners.
fJUio heavy frost 'Whlcs nm ia..i
TlhnrVi'ay did preat damago to corn,
garan truck, an fruit In Mils locality.
jmujm: rocs landed a twelve noiinH
caip Inst Monday morning with a
wvo uiieu iork-. it wntf caught In a
pasture field whero tho water m
erarccly ono foot deep.
.Miises n:th il. Umma nnd Tn
Stallsn-lth left last Thursday for Port
age ccunty to attend the wodUinfc ot
their wusln. Thoy will return tho lat-
ler paw or this week.
.Tames King of Itbhwood was tho
guest of Mr, I.aFayette Holt last Sun
day. isrr. Frank RfnllsmlUi and wife vis
Itlert with iMr, Fovla wct ot lUclwoocl
Thf. Hedge I-enco CompaiYy of Itieh
iood havo rr.on In our township at
present planting hedge plants.
The (wool of tills local My Is mov
ing fiom 20 to 30c per pound owing
to tho grade. The crop Is iprlnclpally
In thi hands ot speculators.
Our board ot education la arranging
tho affairs of our township so ha to
TonJrnlizo nil schools which do not
oomo up to the sUindard of tho law
All schools onnumcratlng lumlor 20 can
bo truisfcirrod so ns'to centralize
Dsafncss Cannot be Cured
by local applications, ns thoy cannot
reach tho diseased portion ol tho eur.
Thoro Is only ono wny to euro deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing ot tho Eustachian Tube. "Whon
this tubo !s inflamed you have n
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing,
and whon It la cntlrcy closed, Deaf
ness is tho result, nnd unless tho In
flammation can bo taken out nnd this
tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forever;
nlno cases out of ten aro caused by
Catarrh, which Is nothing but nn In
flamed condition of tho mucous sur
Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars
for any caso of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by
Hall's Catarrh Curo. .Send for cir
P. J. CHENEY ft CO.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Tako Hall's Family Plllfl for consti
pation. C. A. Smith, Phonographs, North
Main street. O-5-0pd
RASH ON HINTS.
A suggesrum for a graceful fig
The "new shapo" is mndo of tho
same material as the old.
Although knickerbockers 11 ro not
tlio thiiiL'. in swell circles the breath
is 011011 found in short , pants.
"Tho butterfly tie" U still the
mode, although for brunettes, in
southern latitudes, hemp is somu-
times used nt important functions.
Tho vogue of the "jumper" as
a jniinuut for that part of the hu
man anatomy which does, not jump
would seem to logically call for tho
use of gaiters as corset covers.
Tho huso supporter has so .uni
versally succeeded the Vuitic bun I
that there if nothing loft of the old
fashioned garter but tho JIui
Tho tuiii down collar will hold
its own this reason if s'iciuci.v
In detp-mining the quantum of
sleeve regard should bo had to the
piopuition of arm available; tho
less arm you have the moro shove
you will require, et vice versa.
Bathing est times this year will
follow, In a general way. ns hero
tofoie, the styles set by tlio mor
tnnids and fishes.
In automobile costumes none but
the fast colors arc employed, and
as usual, many are dying.
Hosiery is - il 1 worn rather full
especially by thoso inclined to be
plump, niul sometimes it is also
In modish gloves there is no do
pnrtuio from the standard weight,
and tho period of ten seconds is
allowed for the count.
A variety of pl-asing tastes dip
lato tho wcaiing of milady's coif
fure, but the practice of wearing it
on her escort's shoulder is frowned
upon by dames do confiatici.
In footwear tho cardinal rule
still prevails: "If the shoo fit, put
For evening wenr at smart ifunc
tions ji favorito appondugo among
somo of the ultrn-lashinnublo :a it
good deal o" nerve.
The "proper place for pads is on
tlio walls of tho coll.Thomn
Speed Mosby in tlio Bohemian for
For tho convenience of our many cmtompr in nil parts of vtho city, the follow
ing agencies have been eiUbllshfld:
Davis Grocery, Bennett street.
P. Dwyer's Grocery, 717 Silver street.
C. C. Brown's Barber Shop, 583 W. Center street.
E. L. Crain's Barber Shop, 527 W. Center street.',
UP TOWN AGENCY:
Bundlos left at the above agencies are called for promptly by our wagons, and;
again returned the following day, where parties can secure same.
J. C. ANTHONY,
ALL THE TIME
We sell wall paper every
day. It's our hobby. We sell
more wall paper than all other
Marion stores. There is a
reason. We handle nothing
but new goods. We employ
only the best of skilled labor
and our decorators know their
In the Juno American iVaguzi.ie
liny Staiinnrd Baker tolls moro
stories or' race dillicultU's in tho
South. He went to tho police court
in Atlanta nnd sat on tho bench
with tho judge so that ho might
look into the faces of tho prisoners
and hear nil that was said. Hero
is one of Mr. linker 'ts iwlieo court
"An old white man, much agi
tated and verj pale, was brought
before the judge. With him camo a
much younger, comely-nppcnring
woman. Both were well-dressed and
looked respectable. iAs thoy stood
in front of the judge's desk tho old
ipnn hung his liad. but tho woman
looked up will, such an expression.
U'arlow and tragic, as I hope I
hhall not have to seo again.
" 'What's the. charge?' uskod
"'Adultery,' said the .officer.
"The woman winced, tho old
man clid not look up.
"Tho judge glanced from ono to
tl-" other in surprise.
" 'Why don't you got married?
" 'Tho woman,' said tho officer.
' u a nigger. '
"She was as white 11s I am,
probably an octoroor; I could not
have distinguished hur fmm n whtto
poison, nnd who dc:eivcd oven tlio
oxpci-jenced eye of luo judge
' '! that i-o?' asked tho judge.
"Tho man continued to hang his
head, tho woman looked up; neither
said a word. It then came out that
they had lVed together ns man
and wife for many years and that
they had children 11 surly grown.
Somo neighbor had complained nnd
tho mnu and woman vmrc arrested.
" 'Is this all' true?1 asked the
"Neither said a word.
" 'You can' marry under tho
(ieoigin law.' fluid the judge; 'I'll
have to bind you over for trial in
tjio county couit. '
J "They were led back to tho
prisoners' rooms. A few minutes
later tlio bailiff csime out quickly
nud hiiiil lo tlio judge:
" 'Tlio old man has fallen in n
"Not longf afterward thoy half
led, half earned Inn out ucross, tho
When you will, you'll find a
now picco of furnituro, a now
rocker, a couch or a side
board. No matter what it la
you will find it hero and at
prices that will inrpriso yon
for their lowncsa Drop la
and look ovor our Eton..
WEST END FURNITURE
Bowman & Scfioonborgor.
D0N7 THROW AWAY
Simply because it's faded or
soiled a bit, wo can dyo it or
clean it bo it will look liko, a now
ono all or any for a modost num.
Tho saving to you will pay for oth
er new garmonts. Evory thing woar
ablo cleaned that will etand clean-
Also leave ordors for PALMER'S
Johnston's Dye Works?
110 South Prospect St. I
Opon Monday and Saturday evem
jl Prof. Frederic Iierryman,
Teacher of Volqo and
Studio 400 . Church cor. Vino
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