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TUB MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, JULY ft), 1007 r
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only via the
1 Feed the
Our proparcd chick feed
contains tho proper amount
of erits for tho little fellows
to keep thorn healthy and
Browing rapidly. Thoy thrive
better when fed wilk this
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PEOPLES TRANSFER CO
GEE'S LAAADVL HUnci i
AKUKVEB COUaHnAtB COLPBfi
Gets Men on Third but Can't
NEWARK TAKES .GAME
Akron Pitchers' Battlo
Lancaster Outplayed by Champs
League Standing Is Only blightly
1IO W THE OLUDB BTAND.
W. L. I'd.
Nowmk i.. ;3 20 ;',
YonugMown p'5 23 .003
Akron 31 21 .570
Now Castle 28 20 .401
Lautuster 28 28 .50
Shawn -' 35 .500
MARION 23 33 .-111
Mansfield W M 3j8
MOLDEHS WIN IN OPENER.
Sharon, Pa-. July 0. Newark scored
thrco runs in the very first Inning
oft thrco hits end a wild throw. Sha
ron (Allied, I-") In her half, but alter
that Stoup wij Invincible when cith
er a hit or u long (ly was needed.
Snyder wan put out of Iho game In
the ninth Tor disputing Smlnk'H de
cisions. Ho was ushered oil the
field by Ji olfker. The featuro was
Iho terrific hitting of Oygll. who
smashed out Ihrco singles and a dou
ble In four t'lcH. Scoio:
H II !C
Sharon 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 8 1
Newark 0000000 0-3 tl 3
Batteries Mnlarkcy and Mattlnon;
Stonp and Winters.
Akron. O.. July 0. "Hurt" Khman
had It on Steen In n pitchers' bailie
hero today and Akron won IIh sixth
straight vlctoiy. Two of Newcastle's
live liltH cam.) In Iho final inning and
until that liiiic the visitors never
looked danger ins. Score:
Akron 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 -3 7 0
Newcastle ...00000000 0-0 d 3
Batterlos IChinan and LaLongo;
Stceu and McDonald.
Oil AMPS WHITEWASH LANKS.
VounRK(oui) O.. Julyn. Lancaster
was oiitpl.tt'e I "all around today. Tho
Champs lilt (pportunolv and ran tho
babes well. Thomas pitched (Inn
bull. Hri'tm iwlsled both ankles, but
will not bn out of tho gamo long If
at all. Attc.idnnco 715. Score:
R II 13
YoiingHtown 0 110 2 0 0 0 I 7 0
Lancaster ...00000000 0-0 8 0
Hattcrlog-ll Thomas and Ostdlek;
Johns and Fox.
Mansflo'il Win Exhibition.
The Mansfield Tlgera played an
exhlblton B'liao .it Ashland, Tuesday,
defeating tho AshlaudciH by a i,coro
of 10 to 3. Unrholz pitched for Mans
Held. AKRON'S NEW SHORTSTOP.
Akron. O.. .'uly 10. -Albeit King,
Fast's newly Imported backstop from
Olean. N. V , got In today and Is be
ing looked owr by (he club manage
ment Klti lias bo i idavlim liuln-
pendent ball and coaching 11 collogo
team tuns nr (his season. Ho looks
lit and Is loaded down with recom
mendations "DOGGIE" DEPARTS.
Akron, O.. July 10.-Catcher Orl-
llcb today shook tho diiFt or Akion
from his feot Ho has gono to Steu
bonvillo, of whlcb team ho will bo
a meiiiliei u nlor the terms of tlio
trado thai wis iecontl put through
for ,111 flx'hiiiifro of playera. Tho
Steubt'iivlllo club forwarded transpor
tation for Ortllob yesterday, and ho
ieit tins mor.Miig (o Join Stetler'ii
NEW 0AT0HER TOR AKRON.
Akmn, O.. July Kl.-Maiinjrcr
KaM hah had an eye oul for tth.
riw hinee tho recently coinpleled
Ira. le Midi Stouheiivtllo loft tlio lo
cals Willi hut ono backstop, witoJi
hi,' most of (.ho frames for (h0
Wadsworlh learn of Ihc N. 0. T.
League will pi-ohibly bo ;i''en a
try 'in (he immediate future, Bas.1
watched him Sunday from the
stand in (he Ooolyear-Wadiworth
'lame ami Maekoy made a hit, There
wan 'a conferaicd iniinediuloly after
the g'auie and JIackey will -wear nu
SHARON GETS McCLINTOOK.
Youiifrslown, O,, July 10. As
Hoon as Tlilley U in condition to
net back inl liie fratnci -Manager
Wright of tile Clmirips, will loan
MeClinloek. utility '.nfioldor lo Vnu
Pnttoion of thu Sharon leain. M
f'liiitoek is nmv plnyiiifj good hr.ll
at third for tho Champs.
Manager DonoTan,,ot,Ilrpoklyn, natf.
tho other day nnolhor season mlgU
clapso hofnro tho hagplpeB wore added
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DRUMM AND LUCAS
. HIT LIKE FIENDS
Mnrion Wins Exhibition
Gnmo willi Loudenville
(Joth TcHinn Hit Haiti but Marlon Ib
1-notcr In the Field
Score 9 to 5.
I-oudonvWe, O., July 10. -The Ma
rlon O. & P. leaguers gave Iho Lou-
donvlllo CImIm (heir second defeat ot
the uensou Tueifday. Uoth pllchcrs
were hit fieily. but Marion's hits were
lijado more nppoituiioly than were
l.oudonvllle'0 Driiinm and Lucas led
the hitting, 'lie rormer with threo
two-baggcra and the latter with a
homo run ami single. Preen and Gra
ham, of the homo team, made sensa
tional catclu'K In the Held. Score:
Marlon 0 1 10 2 0 2 0 00 12 2
Lomlonvlllo .1 0 0 0 0 It 1 0 0-fi 11 5
Uatterles l.ncas ami Francisco;
Lloyd and m.strong. Dascs on balls
Off Lucas 2, off Lloyd 2. Struck out
HI Lucas 1. by Lloyd I. Umpire
KaBloy. Tim- 1:10 Atemlauce COO.
New York Natlonala Wori Two Oamei
from the Cardinals on Tuesday.
AM HIM CAN LKAOUI3..
Standing of tho Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet
Chicago ir 21 .052
Cleveland It 28 .6T1
Detroit 38 20 .561
Athletics 38 32 .513
Now York 33 31 .493
St. Louis 30 43 .411
Boston 2C 43 .377
Washington 22 43 .333
Following nro Tuesday's scores:
At Clovoland Now York 3. Clov&
land 1. Orth, Thomas; Ithoades,
At Chicago Athletics 1, Chicago 5.
Bartloy,. Powers; White, McFarlmtd.
At Dotrolt Uoston 7, Detroit 3.
Tannchlll, Cilger; Kubanks, Wllletts,
At St. Louis Washington 4, St
Louis C. Smith, Patten, lleydon;
Powell, Huelow, Spencer.
Standing of tho Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago r5 17 .701
Now York 43 20 .018
Pittsburg 43 27 .GOD
Philadelphia .'. .... 38 31 .Dill
Boston ..' 30 38 .441
Cincinnati 30 42 .417
Brooklyn 29 43 .403
S(. Loula 17 59 .224
Following aro Tuosday's scoros:
At Now York St. Louis 3, Now
York 0, Lush, Frommo, Noonan;
Second gnmo: St. Louis 5, Now
York 0. Beobo, Marshall; McGlnnlty,
At Philadelphia Pittsburg 8. Phila
delphia 4. Willis, Camnltz, Gibson;
Second gamo: Pittsburg 0, Phila
delphia 2. Lolllcld, Phelps; Brown,
At Brooklyn Chicago 7, Brooklyn
1. Overall. Kllng; Boll, Ritter.
At Boston Cincinnati 1, Boston 6
Fwlng, Schloi; Dorner, Needhum.
Engttoh Yeomanry Dying Out.
There Is a popular song which
pralson this country as tho homo of
tho jooman "no othor land can boast
thorn;" as a matter of fant, thoy havo
been dying out In the last 150 years;
they were the nmall owner class,
whom many people would like to ro
croiito. Yorkshire Post,
U a food not an intoxicant.
Contains tho right ntnount of
alcohol brewed at the right tem
perature and it's absolutely pure.
11 "li "
NEW YORK AMERICAN FIELDER
HA8 DATTED DETTER THAN
.300 FOR 14 YEARS.
GREAT JUDGE OF BAD BALLS
Umpires Seldom Call Strike on Fa
mous Welterweight Player Known
as "Brooklyn Millionaire" by Team
mates His Grand Averago With
the Stick Slnco 1893 la .357.
Thoro Is not a tlmo during a ball
gamo that WIlllo Kcelcr, tho wcltor.
weight champion battor of tho world,
starts swinging two bats to got ono In
shapo to hit with that thero Is not a
buzz In tho tfands. It's "Hero comes
Kcelcr up. Thoro will bo something
This samo Kccfor has brought joy
not alono to tho Now York Americans
wllh his timely hitting, but to ovcry
club tho Brooklyn midget has been
with. Kcelcr walks up to tho batter's
boy, gets closo up and novcr backa
away. His Judgment on bad balls
can't bo bcatc.ii. In fact, It has been
noticed that on sevoral occasions that
ho will turn aiound and look at tho
umpire, who will shout "Ball ono" If
Kcolor doc3 not strlko at It. They
t'ako It for granted that anything
Kcelcr docs not strlko at is a ball.
Watch him day In and day out and
you will notlco that tho umplro prac
tically loavds It to Kcelcr when calling
Kcelcr Is known by his fellow play
ers as tho Brooklyn millionaire. This
lltlo is given him because ho owns
somo property in Brooklyn, tho town
whero ho was born. Kcelcr got his ed
ucation In tho public schools thcro.
Ho often missed an aftornoon session
and sometimes tho ontlro day to toss
a few around with tho boys on tho lot.
It was not long beforo ho attracted
When ho woo tG years old ho Joined
tho Acmes, of Brooklyn. Most of tho
games wcro played on Sundays, and
tho llttlo batter mado good right off
tho bat. Ho continued In tho semi
professional ranks until 1890, when ho
joined tho Crcscents.'.Df Plalnllcld, N.
J. Ills next engagemont was with tho
Blnghamtons, and In tho fall of 1892
ho was engaged by tho Now York Na
tionals. Tho fact that ho was a left
handed thrower mado tho third base
pioposltlon difficult for him. to play.
In tho spring of 1893 ho started to
cover center flcliL;for tho Giants, but
owing to an acclacnt while ho was
sliding lo second base ho was out ot
tho gamo for somo tlrao. AVhen ho re
covered ho was released to tho Brook
lyn club, finishing the season there.
Ned Hanlon at that tlmo took hold
of tho Baltimore clubhand was chasing
around for some talent that would
strengthen his team. Hanlon had been
watching Kccler and at onco mado a
proposition lo Charllo Byrne, then the
prcsldont of tho Trolloy Dodgers, to
trado Trcadway and Shlndlo for
Kcelor and Brouthers. Byrno Jumped
at It. Hanlon put Kcelcr in right held,
and thoro ho has been over since.
Hanlon, in 1899. took his Baltimore
club over to Brooklyn, a'nd, of course,
Kcelor was ono of tho players who
went with him. Brooklyn won tho
pennant In 1899 and 1900, and Kcelor
did much to land the flag for tho City
To show that Kcelor has hit tho
pill somo slnco ho became a major
loaguo player his batting record from
Iho tlmo ho was In tha big loaguo up
to (ho present tlmo Is given below.
Ho led tho National league In batting
In 1897 and 1898.
Year. Club. , ' Tc. Bank.
IS03-Ncw York and Brooklyn.. .M3 S3
IWI-niltlnioro i 367 18
IS3T Hnltlmoro ,-, 331 3
IS'K.-H.ililtnnm j 3'U 4
IS37 llnltlmmti ; 43J 1
lfOS-Iliiltlmoro .-;. 3J3 J
IKO-HrnoUlyn ,37G f.
1900-nrooUlyn .'Jv.'.. ,3 3
laoi iirnnklyn ;iV, i-v; 3
1902-Ilionklrn &."... .3U 3
irm.i-Now Yotk Aiiiorlc-iiisV. 31S 0
1!K1I Now York AniprlcunB 311 3
IMfi Now Yotk Aincrlrans 302 fi
lOW-Now York Anmrli unali S01 11
Orund averni(a at lut. 357,
AMERICAN LEAGUE NOTES
,11m McGuIro Is tho fourth managor
tho Boston Americans havo had this
Butler, tho Browns' now third
baseman, handles himself llko a real
Big "Cy" has landed more gameo
than tho remainder of tho Boston staff
Davoy Jonos, or Dotrolt, is the best
urn gcttor In tho leaguo. Ho Is a dan
goroii8 man at tho bat.
Joo Birmingham, tho Clovoland out
floldor, was a quarter-back on tho Cor
noil football team two years ago,
Dctiolt's feat against Now York of
making nlno runs in ono inning on
two succosslvo days la a' record.
Players who havo been on tlio team
with Pdt Doughorty deqlaro (heir bo
Hot that ho Is tho best dltitar.co throw
er extant. jl
Elmer Flick Is enjoying tho best
year ot his long career, His brilliant
work afield and at tbb bat is keoplng
tho Naps at tho top,
Jack Blwood, tho young first baso
man signed for a fry-out by tho Wash
ington club, laat year was a membor
of tho Fordham collega team.
Charley Hickman, according to ac
counts, Is playing a llno'-ganio at lirst
baso for Washington, flick In a playor
whom confldonco wlll.holp a groat
doal. t' t
Pltehor Oeorgo DIscliJKvho failed to
niako epOd with DetroU.ls playing
copter nld for Marshaiitdwn, la tho
iowu Statu leaguo. a, x.
I UP Y UUhKLK a I-IUIVIC, fff
Contagious Blooll Poison begins in t"hc most insignificant way, mid
Jvith less evidence of wlial is to follow, than any other disease. The
first .symptom is usually a little sore or blister, whose appearance does
uot indicate that deeper down, in the blood, a treacherous and deadly
poison has found its way to corrupt and vitiate the entire circulation,
.tud later to disease the' body with the most loathsonic.rtntl hateful symp
toms. Unless one has experienced or witnessed the terrible results of
011 1 a trious Blood Poison, no idea of its effects tan be formed.
When the blood has become fully inoculated with the virus, the mouth and throat
ilceratq; glands in the lfcek and groin swell, and .sometimes burst, forming ulcers; the hair
oiijcu out; copper colored spots appear on the body; aucl where the disease is allowed to rc
uain iu the system it penetrates deeper and deeper, until it affects the bones, causing them
lo decay, and makes a complete, physical wreck of its unfortunate victim.
Not only the first one who contracts the disease must suffer, but it is.transmittcd through
he blond from generation to generation, and innocent lives arc blighted and diseased by this
minister poison. No other disease is so highly contagious as blood poison; iu the most
rivial manner it lituy be cbntraeted by innocent persons. Many have been inoculated with
I v a tranlotl for twj yonrs lv blood
rentel mo with ma ronry for Blood Poison, .wltli no f(ood
nanlt--, So I ftitvo thorn up npd started to uto S, H. 8.
Vheu I cututflnncn.l lift uso 1 wai covered with soros untl
iruptioim, ni-.tt .. VBry weak and rtu-down. Today, 1
.in myself again, anil my rkln is an aim? as n, baby's. I
.now It mart 11 poo'.'fvn onto for ii of Blood Polnou In
ho vpry worst lorm, fiut I ntn mnltipu It try bumuoss to
lavo my IHmirte use It as I did, and already two of
horn are lm line wmitlorfal rawilfs l tho way of a euro.
I am, today, ti living teetimnnttl to thp vnluo of
I a. S, In oasoB of udvanood Bioort J'olsoa. ,
421 West North Avonuo. UhloaRo, 111.
'or awhile; as soon as the' arc left off Ihe symptoms return iu all their hidcousucss, aud y
he sufferer finds he has wasted valuable' time, and, in addition, ruined his health v,.
hese harmful drugs. , I
S. S. S. is the antidote for Contagious Blood Poisoni the only remedy that is able to get
it the root of the disease aud force out every particle of the poison, so that there arc ncv-er
my signs of its return, it can be used and a perfect cure of the disease made iu the
privacy of your own home. Sufferers from this disease can be their own doctors, aud the forty
years of cures made by this remedy assures them that the treatment is in every respect the
proper one, aud that its use, together with any suggestions as to local treatment,'
which will be furnished by our physicians free of charge, will cure the trouble perma
nently and privately. S. S. S. is made entirely of purifying, healing roots, herbs and'
CONTAINS M l.NERAL
It contains instructions for the different stages of the disease, and also advice about the local
treatment that will be the most helpful 'in effecting a cure. This book, together with any
special medical advice desired, will be scut free by our physicians, to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA.
CLAIMS HONOR OF .
FIRST TRIPLE PLAY
MARION, O., MAN DECLARES HE
TURNED TRICK AWAY I,
BACK IN 1873.
BRINGS PROOF OF ASSERTION
Johrf Darmody, Wealthy Retired Mer
chant, Disputes Story That Credit
Belongs to Hlnes Was Playing
with Notre Dame College at Tlmo
How Feat Was Accomplished.
John Darmody, society man, and
ono of tho wealthy retired merchants
of Marlon, O.. though still In his .fif
ties and prlmo of life, not only claims
to havo made tho llrst triple play un
assisted lu tho history of basoball,
but emphasized It by declaring his
to bo tho flrBt and only clean ono so
far, desplto tlio' stories that Hlncs,
who somo sporting writers say, made
tho Initial trlplo play.
In his day Darmody waa ono of the
crnck players of this section. Had it
not beon for tho pleas of his aged
mothpr tho season of 1873 tho iiaino
year ho mado his famous trlplo play
would havo found him with the Bt.
Louis Browns, Whllo a student at
Notro Damo Darmody hold down sec-,
oild baso and also played as backstop'
for tho collogo team. It was horo
V'hat his playing attracted attention
and ho signed with tho Browns. Ho
had his trunk packed mid was ready
(o go, when his mother pleaded with
him and ho remained In Marlon, later
to wed a banker's daughter and grow
"I bollovo I would linvo mado good,"
said Darmody. "Still, 1 xnety Jiavo gone
to tho bow-wows and tho jmorhoustj.
'1 - know, positively .that 1 am Iho
the virus, and suffered the disastrous and
destructive effects of the poison, by a friendly
handshake, or by using ihc same table
ware or toilet articles, or handling the cloth
ing of an infected person.
y (Strong mineral medicines like mercury
barks. 0Vc otter a reward of $1,000 for proof
that it contains a particle of mineral in any
form. S. S. S. goes down, to the very root of
the trouble, aud by driving out the last trace of
the poison, aud making the blood pure and strong,
cures the disease thoroughly aud with certainty.
vS. S. S. will also remove the effects of auy min
eral treatment that may have been previously tiscd.
Our "Home Treatment'' book on this disease
is a complete sruidc for trcatiue the trouble.
man who made tho llrst trlplo putout
unassisted," continued Darmody when
asked to tell about It. "It was In tho
spring of 1873. Bnsoball was soma
thing now around In this part of tho
country thon, but I had been playing
with tho college team In Notro Dame.
It was summer nnd wo organized tho
Stars, and tho first season wo won 32
out of 35 games. Wo played Dola
wnro the day I mado tho now famous
triple, and It's laughable when I think
of It now, becauso It was dono so
quickly tho peoplo did not know what
had happened, and hooted nnd yollod
at mo to throw tho ball homo when a
man was running from third.
"But I Just walked -slowly In from
second, whoro I had been playing,
hold tho ball (III I got to tho pllchor's
box, (hen I throw It 'to 'Bed' Dicker
son (now Postmaster Dlckoison), and
'Dickey' was wlso lo it all. When It
dawned on tho crowd what had oc
curred they nearly toro mo to plecoa
In their crazy enthusiasm. Tho tovn
"This Is how tho play was mndo: It
was tho first hnlf of tho second and
tho bases woro full. I was playing
second baso and wbb about ten feet
oft to thp loft of my station, Tho man
at bat sont mo a hot liner that 1 had
to reach up for. When tho pitcher
Hwung (o deliver (ho ball tho men on
bases woro ofT. 1 got the hall In a
flash and leaping to necontl baso plant
ed my feet thereon. My hrat thought
thon was to throw tho ball to first, but
on second thought I concludod I was
n. good Bpilntor, so I ran down (ho
man botwooit drat and second, and tho
thrco woro out, though It was n good
whllo bofoVo tho crowd tulnbicd to It."
NATIONAL LEAGUE NEWS
Catcher Joseph Loughllu has beon
sold to St. Paul by the Cincinnati
Frank Chnnco rcgaids tho Phillies
as tho dark liorso In tho National
Western -critics regard th6 Phllllco'
second bnoeinari, Knabo, as ono of tho
finds of tho season.
Hd Hnndlboo, an old National
leoBiior, has beon appointed an um
plro In tho South Atlantic league.
Tho Pittsburg club has transferred
Pitcher Jimmy Brady to tho Johns
town club, of tho Trl-Stato league.
Manager McChiukoy will uso Lush,
secured from Philadelphia, Iu tho box
when not playing him In tho outfield.
Klnior Stiicklctl, of IhooUlyii, who
plaints tho Invention of tho "spit ball,"
Is it former Washburn college pitcher,
Tho C'Ipclnnut! club has otild Pitch
ers Pill tisslck and Ed Mlnahan td the
Bt. Paul club, of tho Ainoilcuu associ
ation. plo far this HPAfoii Chueiieo.llt'iui'
moiil, of (ho UtWtoiis, hull Hlotoii 1 2
Unnoa 11 more than ho pilfered all of
and potash aro often given to cure Conta
gious Bkiod Poison, but years of failure have
proven 111 at such treatment cannot cure
the trouble. These medicines can pnly
mask or shut the disease up iu thcsvstcm
Juot to He-. . Ritual.
A secret society In Mnlno Is said
to havo such a fascinating ritual that
It eamo pear burying tho wrong man
tho other day.
Mrs. James B. Blackburn of
Xcnia, Ohio, says that nothing
equals Dr. A. W, Chase's Nerve
Pills in such troubles.
Some medicines affect tho heart alone,
some the stomach, eomo tho head. Dr.
A. W. Chaso'n Nervo Pills by a happy
combination and a perfect control pver
the nervous system that regulates nil
tho organs of the body ufTects them all,
nnd put3 theiii In perfect working order.
Mrs. Blackburn found thla to bn true,
nnd has no heollancy In telling others
of the splundld icsults obtained, lo
fact, says she consldora It her duty to
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tho medicine a Kplendld nervo and gen
eral tonic, and am well pleased to
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ers or Dr. A. W. Chtiaa Medicine Co.,
Buffalo, N Y.
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