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Till! MARION tiILY MllfofoE, THURSDAY, 'JULY II, 1907.
IliK 111 1-11 uu
DOWN IN DFAEAT
The HenpecUfed Tribe Walks
off with Laurala.
JBktl Game is Played at Tally Wag
Cluo'a Picnic Hit! Dinner Is
Fallowed by a Dance.
The members of tho Tally Wng
club null thel'i ladles enjoyed base
ball ganle, P )lc, Mid dance, Wednes
day nftornoj-i ami evening, tho nffnlr
being one r. the most enjoyable In
tlte history ot tho club.
The bnMbatl game wan played nt
Webb pork Uveen the (single and tho
mntrled men of tho club, the latter
winning by n troro of l!0 to fi. The
gatne was o. .uctlve ot much amuse
ment, the fi'.' ob being the all-around
playing ot Hiv Simpson, and a. great
catch In left Ield by M. R DoWolfa.
Rodney R"o pitched an excellent
game for the benedlctH striking out
fifteen of hts unmarried brethren.
The teams will play again In the
near future. Ml Wllmot of the Mu
rlon O.-P. league team umpired
After the ;'8me, a picnic lunch was
served at :.i- Prhwinger dance pa
vilion itlid tli evnnlnir wits spoilt with
The llne-iipi nt tho stnrt of Wednes
day's gnmo, were as follows:
Mnrrled Man 'L M. Cunnlnghnm,
c; Hodney IUmc, b; T, It. Allen, b9;
J. It. Smith, 1b: O. S. Itapp, 2b;
P. L. Krauer, 3b; (I. D.'Ohrlstlan,
1. f.; Kdwar.l Trott. cf: P. L. Ter
Single Men Hay Hlmpsoh, oj Eu
gene (lodde.i, p; H. It. Stoll, ss;
Harry nillott, lb; C. W. Mason, 2b;
Roll Thomp.sn, 3b; M. 13. DeWolfe,
If; fleorgo kmvolnfurth. cf; It. .T.
Rheumatism Cured in 3 Days
Mystic Cure for IMieumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Jts notion upon Uio system is
remarkable and mysterious, It re
moves at once ilia causo and the
dicenso iinmediately disappears.
The first doo greatly benefits. 75
cents and $1. Sold by The Dumblo
Pharmacy, Opp. Pilgrim Inn
Gods of the Dorneos.
The natlvus of Borneo place rudely
carved Images ot female llguros by
the elite of tho entrnnces to their huts.
The image ropruseuts u goddoss,
which protects the house from any
harm or sickness. If there should bo
Illness previously to tho placing ot the
buttons at tho entrance she prevents
It from becoming wutso.
IS NOW OPENED
Two Sunday Sohool Outings
Classes ol B. F. Shurt and Mrs. L.
1). Zacbman Have Merry
Considerable diflloulty was en
countered by the Shurz Sunday
school 'daw of the Wesley M. E.
clmicli which was to have picnicked
at Marion Park late Wednesday af
ternoon. A class of 01 had planned
a picnic but owing to a breakdown
at tho power 1iouh of the C. D.
& M. the ours were out of use
However. Ute class tuijoyed n pleas
ant time on 'the Wesley church lawn
until n late hour, nnd took a trol
ley ride in the evening.
The Sunday school class of Mrs.
L. T). Zaohman of Calvary Evan
gelical church had a picne nt Mar
ion Park, yesterday. The young
piople were accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Znehmnn and David
la Thought Hia Testimony
Favorably Impressed Jury
Boise, Idaho,. July 11. Tho
citws exaininnflon of Charles II.
Moyer began in the Haywood Winl
t.ln'u nmrtiinir. Tlin itftlVn.np Lq illbil-
nnt over th'. effect of Moyer's day
on Mm stand. Even the iprosocution
concede that' the witness favorably
impressed the jury and court, but
hope lo sccuro1 admissions today
that will shake Ins testimony.
OF GLIDDEN TOUR
Toledo, JuW ll.-Tho flrBt accident
of the (Hidden Auto Tour occurred
early to dav, when tho car driven by
K It. Otis, ot Cleveland, turned
turtlo In attempting to pass another
car west of Toledo. Otis, Mrs. Otis
and Miss Hflillris, all of Cleveland,
received painful Injuries. Nono will
dio. Tho inured wore brought back
A daughter was born to Mr. nnd
Mrs. Chnlncc-y Chamberlain, of North
Main street, tills morning .
Tho Lndleu" Aid cocety ot the Calo
donla Mcthortlst church, will serve
Ico cream nnd cake on tho lawn of tho
L. 0. Doanowlrth homo, Saturday
air. and Af. W. H. Lyons, for
mer Marlon people, who arc now liv
ing In DJjnport, Iowa, wh'ero Air.
Lyons has a dredging contract, were
called to Hlchwood, Wednesday, by
tho serious 1 Iness ot Mr. Lyon's
mother. Mr. Lyotm visited Mnrlar.
on business. Wednesday night, and
with ins wi'.s, left this morning for
Tlie Ladies' Aid solely of tho
United Brethren church held n
meeting Wednesday afternoon nt
.tho home of Mrs. Ella. Copelnnd
:n bontih 1'ioapect street. The us
ual routine business was transacted
after which a social session was
enjoyed. A nice lunch was sorv-
Every mother feels
(treat drearl of the pkiB
nnd danger attendant ufod vnx
tho most critical perledM I
of her life. Becomlrfi N
a mother shdlild be a source of joy to nil, but the elifferirijr Ma
dnnecr incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of nmery.
Motlier Friend is the only remedy which relieves women of the feriai
pain und danger of maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman'
severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger ft avoided
by its uso. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or
gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing condition are
overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and th.
cerious accidents so common to the critical
hour are obviated by the u;e of Mother's li.rt.ifk,k.rK
Friend. "It i'a worth its weight in gold," Mf IIP
says, many who have used it. $i.oo per 1M "111 VI v
bottle at drug 6tores. Book containing ,.
valuable information of interest to all women, will EJiTtfcl feYfe n
be sent to any address free Upon application to "iIl!!!!
imADFlELO REGULATOR OO., Atlanta, 0a. I I IVIIl
ed by tho hostess.
Robert 13. Caivy, referee in bahk
rnptcy, fe hearing tho Application
for h receiver for ttio Now . Idea
Millinery company hero today.
Carry Offerings to Infant.
A singular custom prevails in York
shire, England. In parts ot the West
Riding It la quite common for visitors
to a house In which a new baby has
appeared to carry with thorn as an
offering to tho Infant a new laid egg,
some salt, a piece of bread and in
some cases a penny.
NUMihiR OF DBAD
IS STILL UNKNOWN
Phllndelphli, July U. -Just how
many,perl8hi-d In yenterdny'a collapse
of Brldgman Brothers company's un
finished eortcrcto building Is yet im
cortalli. Th.ia far thero aro but two
bodies at Mi J morgue Three more
men are known to be burled In ruins
and n possibility exists that still oth
ers perlshe.l. In tho contusion, fol
lowing tho collapse, wild reports were
given out, 'flirty men are known
to havo baen hurtr and of these, two
will die. Fort j -three men went down
in a crash.
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Tiiiii iTii Willi iifl-liiW'TTiiTTi
Will Take You to The . . .
Lodge You Comfortably There for Eight Days and Bring; You Back via Washington, D. C,
Going and Returning by the Big Four and the beautiful Chesapeake and
Ohio Railway for the Sum of
TICKETS GOOD FOR TEN DAYS INCLUDING DAY OF SALE.
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Mow Trains and Boats Run
You can leave Marion any Tuesday at 9:G2 A. M. via Big 4
train which will land yon at Cincinnati at 4:30 P. M. or you
can Joavo Marlon any Tuesday at 2 P. M. arriving at Cin'cln
natl at 8 P. M. Wo recommend taking tho morning train in
order to havo a few houra time- in which to "take a look' at
Cincinnati, and to guard against delay on account of Irregu
larity of trains.
' In oithor case howovor. you tako a 0. & O. train leaving
Cincinnati at 0 P. M. which will land you at Richmond Va.
at 1:15 P. M. Thoso wishing to make tho trip entirely by rail
will go right on arriving at Exposition Grounds at 0:10 P. M
Thoso wishing to tako tlio trip via the boat down tlifj historic
Jamoe rlvor will stop at Richmond ovor night, taking the boat at
7;00 a. m. arriving at Exposition grounds at 0:30 P. M.
Returning boats leave Norfolk and Old Point Comfort every
day- both a day boat and a night boat for Washington, D. C.
hud train with Blcoper leaves Washington for Cincinnati on
Thursday, the tJoiith day at 11:10 P. M. arriving at Cincinnati
at 0 P. M. Big Tour train then leaves Cincinnati at G P M
arriving at Marion at
Tickets aro good on return trip any day up to tenth day
but return sleeper will not bo available except on regular excur
sion train leaving Washington on Thursday, tho ttuth day at
11:10 P. M.: ,. i.
Five Days in Advance
Arrangements havo just been perfected through which pat
rons of THE MIRROR'S excursions will be abfcj to secure
Tourist's SloepeT Cincinnati to Richmond for 76 conts. That is
to say, tho rato will bo $1.C0 a berth $3.00 a section, and whon
two persons occupy one berth thfa reduces ttid coat to each in
dividual to 7G cents. Tho eamo rato applies on the return trip
tho price from Washington D. O. to Cincinnati b.ing 75 conts.
IN ORDER TO SECURE SPACE IN SLEEPING OAR YOU
MUST RESERVE SAME FIVE DAYS IN ADVANCE.
That is to say, you must mako request for byrth or uoction
as tho caso may be on the Thursday provloim to tho Tuosdiv
on which you start. Had you intended going Tuesday, Ju'y 10 it
would havo baen necessary for you to have reserved your
sleeper on Thursday, July 11. SO POPULAR ARE THESE
TRIPS BECOMING: ESPECIALLY THE LOW CHARGE FOR
BERTHS THAT ALL SPACE WAS SOLD ON TUESDAY,
AND SOME OF TnE PAl'RONS WHO HAD FAILED TO
RESERVE FIVE DAYS IN ADVANCE WERE FORCED
TO GO ALL THE WAY IN THE DAY COACH.
You do not pay for your berths until you get on ino train,
although YOU MUST RESERVE SAME FIVE DAYS IN AD
VANCE. Thesd Slojpors will leavo Washington D. 0, on
Thursdays tho tenth day at 11:10 p. m. and reservations for
tho return trip may be made by simply Indicating samo to tho
BXGURSIOh EVERY 1LESDAY
YOU GET A SLEEPER I30TH WAYS FOR $1.50.
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