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TI1E MA1UON DAILY MIRROR tqyDAY, DBOKkDER
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Hew York Central lines
IIC FOUR ROUTE,
No. 10 r'!" Pm
No. 24 0:2'' '"
No 40 12:25 pm
No. Ifi 7:21 inn
No. 14 10:58 pm
No. 18 H:2G pm
No. 5 4:32 nra
No. 1!) 9:55 am
No. 27 ....'. 1:05 pm
No. 43 7:21 pm
No. 11 C:47 am
No. 17 ...; (5:00 am
'AH trains dally except locals and
Nor. C and 10.
Effective, Oct. 2Cth, 1907.
L. E. NEUHHCALL,
For further Information regarding
trains, call Informatloi operator,
No. 10, Chataqua Ex. .....12:25am
No. S, New York Ex 9:00 am
No. 12 4:55 am
No. 4, Vestlbul Limited ....: 15 pm
.No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 pm
C. ft. UIVIhlON.
No. 22 arrives .....'... 5:20 pm
No. 1G Llmeaccom. arrives.. 12:10 pm
No. 9, Chicago Kxpres 12:45 am
Ko. 3, Vestibuled limited 10:54 am
nNo. 15 Kenton and Lima ace 4:40 pm
b,Nq. 21 7:00 am
No. 7, Pacific Express TJ.:00 pm
BOUTII AND CINCINNATI.
No. 9. Cincinnati Kxprit...l;i am
No, 3, Vestibuled Limited 10:59 am
No. 15 4:45 pm
4 Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
Those Twins !
Make it cheaper to travel
than to stay:
rwin Tickets are tickets good
either for one round trip or
for two people one way.
Just like buying two street
car tickets. Twin Tickets
between (larlon and Colunt.
bu5 are worth $1.35 a pair.
Ask the man" at the
Union Station', he sells them
only via the
FINE COW HAY
We haye just received
a lot of nice well cur
ed mixed Clover and
Tinipthy hay just (he
thin & for your cow also
fine Timothy hay and
clean dry straw and
the price is right also
feed of all kinds as low
as the lowest and quali
Try our Carnation flour
C . as the lowest and quali- r
hr w y uarantccd
lb' - Try our Carnation flour
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&& '-fn. iMm9rfr .fitaatColiuaB.
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Wffl,' vM!V - '
Thinks Independent Ball is
RIGID SALARY UNIT
Is the Plan Proposed by
Manager P. Sturges.
Western Clubi of the O. & P. will
Demand Protection Which Organ!,
zed Baseball Must Give Them.
Tho western end of U10 O. nnd
P. circuit Is taking n lot or Joy
out of bectlon 2 article 27i of lo
national agrocment which reads;
"Tlie circuits of cacu leaguo
now under tho protection of this
agreement, with thu exceptions
horolniiftcr provided for, shall ho
continued as at present constitut
ed. No circuit shall be changed
without tho consent of a majority
of more of tho clubs of such
I!y tho provisions of this agree
ment the western clubs hope that
tho eastern division teams will bo
itnnblo to break away ovon with tho
nld of the national commission,
which hns promised to meet hero
With tho O. and P. magnates nt
th dlnnunry session.
It Is tho general belief of the
eastern clubs that the western end
Is holding out In tho hope of
somebody buying them out. Tho
western club owners deny this.
They say they have money Invested
nnd merely want an opportunity
of recovering sonic of their losses.
'resident Paul Sturges of IMans
flold, lender of tho western faptlon
says a rkld salary limit Is what
will savo tho O nnd P. Ho thinks
earh eluh should hold to cortnln
expenditures nnd by so doing evory
ono would have a chnnce to ninko
11 little money. The eastern peoplo
agree with thnt but declare they
want to do business only In tho
larger towns whero tho Jumps nro
not so groat nnd where nttendnnco
'lhe Detroit American leaguo club
has offered Charles Starr who play
ed short for Youngstown, n good
Salary for next season. HIo also
has offers from Llttlo Ttock nnd
Uoeliesier, Starr hit .2fi" last yenr,
stole 7-, bas.es niul fielded .151
on ins games, llo was by all odds
tho best Inlleldor In tho leaguo nnd
in n class by himself .covering
ground. Starr has a nonresorvo eon.
tract, last season and tho teams
which drafted him discovered ho
was n free agent.
l'oorln. HI., has drafted Bill.
Schwartz of Akron, It wasn't sur
prising that ho wns drafted but
It's nuoor how tho class A tenmn
overlooked him. Schwartz Is a
wonderful Holding first baseman.
Ho has nil tho natural qunllflca.
tlons for the Job, being tall and
having a long roach. Ho hit .207
I for Akron last year.
Schwartz wns with Cleveland n
fow years ago, but did not last,
llo could not hit then. However,
ho warit back to 'Akron and Improv
ed his batting gradually until now
ho Is ono of tho strongest hitters
in tho O, and P. Schwartz is
very mucli displeased with tho Poo.
rla draft. Ho had hoped to remain
In Akron another season at least,
as ho intended entering business
there. 1H0 was to lmvo marto n
mighty good llrst baseman for a
elabs A leaguo team
Kerd Druinm who managed Znn
esvlllo and .Marlon in tho O. and
P. leaguo, thinks lndopondont ball
a hotter proposition than baseball
In tho leaguo as it Is now constltut.
ed. in a recont intorviow ho' told
ono of tho westorn division papors
that ho know for sure tho eastern
clubs would do just as they said
about withdrawing If tho national
commission does not sanction their
plans. Drumm ought to know
whereof he speaks, llo mnnaged
two westorn clubs and knows Just
now much money can ho lost by
them. Drumm nevor was nn extrav
ngaut manager, yet ho always had
a good team at modorato outlay.
Ho doclares tho western towns can.
not support ball teams proporjy.
'llio towns which now romposo U10
0. aVid P. longuo played oil nn
Independent circuit for several
years hoforo tho presont leaguo wns
formed, and tho games wore well
well patronized, almost as good
ball being played as In tho presont
leaguo, whllo tho oxpon.lcs woro
not near os heavy, and tlioro Is
no doubt but that It could bo
dono again. What tho westorn
clubs will 'to In tho evont tho
eastern teams play lndopondont ball
romatns to bo seen, but It is
likely a noyv leaguo will no formed
as Independent ball would not pay
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EAST CENTER STREET.
lu theso towns, their main support
being derived from tho games'
played on tho road during tho
past two years."
A few days ago tho Zanesvlllo
Slgnnl which la tho olllclnl organ
of Marty Hogan and the Zanes
vlllo club, came out with a story
to thu effect Uint tliero wns
something doing In Znuesvlllo In aj
bafcebnll wny. President ('arson of
tho Central league, has mndu tho
rumor good In a letter which ho
issued to his clubs hito Inst
weok. In calling tho annual sched
ule meeting nt Ft, AVnyne In .Tnn
uary, Mr. Carson said thnt Canton
was trying to sell ita Central
leaguo franchise to Znuesvlllo but
as yet had not agreed upon .terms.
Hognn Is anxious to get his
club out of tho P. O. M. leaguo and
Into a faster organization. Ho
tiled to break Into tho O. nnd P.
via Lancaster but that club want
ed too much for Its franchise. Now
ho hns turned his attention to
Canton and tho owners tliero aro
willing to sell In tho hopo of
Joining tho revised O. and P. an.
esvltlo would bo a much hotter
town for tho Central than Is Can.
ton. Ziuier.vllln has tlui baseball
fever right and supported tin club
well last hoasoit. Tho P. O. M.
was not a very good Hold for nn
enterprising el 11b an many or tho
cities woro small nnd tho' jumps
'J ho o, and P. mnnagers aro
holding off from signing players
waiting to seo Mint will bo tlono
nt tho annual meeting he'd In
Harry Ustdlek, who caught for
Youngstown Is making good ns n
poio referee. Ho Is spokon well of
even In Nowcnstlo which is about
tho essence 01 praise.
President cbniles Morton Is going
to turn bowling manager. Ho hns
boon chosen to gatlior up nn all
nthr team or bowlora from Akron
nnd bring them to tho sUito
bowling tournninent hoio In .Tnnu.
ary. Plnln Dealer.
Cleveland, Dec. fl..-.Anothor turn
In Ohio nnd Pennsylvania affairs
was given today when it wns ad
mitted by President Wollonwebor
of .Mnrlon that a movo wns on foot
to add to tho four western teams,
Marlon, .Manslleld, Lancaster and
Nownrk, four othor cities to form
what thoy would call tho real O.
i. P. leaguo. ho four cities whoso
ontry is sought nro East 'Llverool.
Steuhonclllo, Lima nnd either Znnes-
viiio or McKcesport
Tho disclosures' camo on tho
heels of n declaration by jaul
Sturges or Mansllold, tiint his four
teams would stand pat on tho pro.
tectlon guaranteed thorn in tho
J "Wo wero guaranteed protection'
no said, "ana wo nro going to
havo it. Wo nro tliq o and P
leaguo. Wo'll hold to tho 'contract
dosplto tho nntlonnl board or arbi
tration." Liquid Veneer
Makes old things new.
Woodwork, PMn os,
Furniture. Not a var
nish but i surface food.
25c and 50c bottles.
N.B. Cor. Stat ft Csatar tto.
' i Jlt 'hJif
City Joins the Ohio Polo
MANAGER TO BE SECURED
And Fast Team of Players
Signed at Once.
Two Games to be Played at Royal
Kink Weekly First Contests
During the Holiday's.
1 Ah a result of a'couroienca hold
hi this city yesterday afternoon
Marlon is to bavo" li team in tho
Ohio Polo leaguo" hud tho first
games will bo playd in this city
at tho Hoyal riiH'd"l1"B-' Uio
Chrlstmiis hoiiiinyH.- .!
W. L. Oufcsldy and J. L.
Hmuckor, reprdsentlifg tho rink
company nnd Frank Wilson, of
Lancaster representing tlio leaguo
nrinnged tho details yesterday. Tho
leaguo Is at present composed of
Coshocton, Ashfand niul Mnnnllol.l.
Marlon and Lancaslo- will bo
'Iho rink company will lmmo-
dlntely tnko stops to havo t)m
villi,' mil In ciliniin r,it tint crnim.u '
Two gnmes will he played at tho
link ench week during tho re
mainder of the winter. It is pur.
posed to employ a manager who
Is now plnlng In tho Now Eng
land polo league. Tho manned-
will omploy livo othor plnyors. It I
Is stated that linos nro 'already out I
for n number or crack polo players.
Nono or tho local exports will bo
seen on tho team tttnt ropresonts
On nights whon a game Is
scheduled tliero will bo no skat
ing. A. general admission of twen.
ty-Jlyo conts will bo charged and
rosorved seats will soil for flfteon
iHollor polo is rapdly Jjocomlng
tho loading winter sport over
tho entlro state nnd It Is bolloved
that enough Interest can bo nrous
od to ninko tho vonturo a big
Buccess hero. ,As soon as tho
tenm Is orgnnlpd a movement will
'.bo stnited to form a city leaguo
or six teams.
Tluhbers that wear. Ileatty & Long.
fVv -yrr " " '
ri'ho Frances Wljlaid W. O, T. U.
will hold survicea tonight at the
Mni'lou county jail, '
Miss Mario Welsh of 'Aforral, who
has boon visiting rolatlyt's'iit llu
cyrus rbrtho past sov?rdl oays has
, .Mr. and lrs. William J. lioyd,
or clnrc'ico. Sllssourl, aro vJsltlng
l,r. ioyd,'s brptjior, n. A. ,Uoyd or
(Mrs, B. C, Dodge, wl0 has been
Visiting with Ium' mother, Mrs. John
Crlsslnger, on, Vest .Center, sticet,
has roturned to her home In Clucin-
nntl with her; son Frank, who has
recently returned, from Itoohuwuy
'lleaeh, Now York. ,
, Ayot wan'hor shoea ' ' Beatty &
lon5l- -. &S
WiU Lecture at the Epworth
M. . Church.
t "- t
At a Dramatic Orator Be Has ne
Superior on, the 'Lecture
' Platform' Today.' '
iFAther L. J. Vailghan, tho great
dramatic orator will appear nt. Ep-
orth M. j:y church, Tuesday even
ing as the third number on tho Y.
l. C. A. lecture course. Ho Is raid
to he one of the most brilliant speak
ers on tho American platform, mil
Ills lecturn will be ono of tho features
of the course.
A critic has said of tho orator:
''Such general popular successes oc
cur but onee In a lyceum decade,
Father Vatican's overy anpoarnnco
not only, spells a return dnte, but
goes over Into mnthenintlcs nnd adds
from ono to three extra engagement?
under other nusplcces. The- sun of
day llrst Illumines the east. Tho
evening star hns como out of the
west. Tho cast is waiting.
iAs n dramatic ortitor, he has no su
perior, "tils magnetic personality Is
the very essence of cloouence. Ho
presents great truths ns vividly ns
flashes of lightning. He has the
raro power of making popular the
classical lecture. His past experi
ence before tho footlights has given
him perfect control of his powerful
olco and dramatic delivery, com
blno to thrill his listeners with tho
great truths ho has to present.
illts Interpretation of Shakespearean
characters Js equal to that of tho
greatest actors of the day. '
die speaks with authority. He has
a inra&ago. Thoro is neither ft dull
sentence nor a moment that Is not
charged with magnetic power. Fath
er vnughnu Is great."
Shakespeare and Surgery.
The fact that Shakespearo was
ahead of his times Is prayed by a lipo
In "Tho Taming of the Shrew," whero
one of the diameters says: "My inas.
ter hath appointed me to go to St.
Luke's to bid tho priest be ready to
come, against you como with your ap-
Cocaine Fiends In New York.
There are now 79,000 cocaine users
In New'York city, according to figures
compiled by a physician who makes a
specialty or treating persons addicted
to thp habit. -
ANOTHER WEEK OP . '
Continued from Page One
punled by Tree expoils nnd will,
therefore, assist us in rotalnlng as
much of the foreign gold lercntly
iirportru an seems dcsliablo. We
.hnw utlll ns a backbone an unusual
ur;;iciu oi ipiosppnty amongst our
farm (!.u.hck. Coin, rollnn, and
rrAily all ngilrulturnl products j-oii-
liniio to biiug good pi lies to tlio
giower and Ihls, It should not bo
foi gotten, is n stiong elenient of sup
ixirt. There Is little doubt but that
tho stiong financial condition of our
agricultural sections leRiiltlng from'
n long seiles of profitable harvests,
not only bad much to do with the
Ixiom which recently collapsed, but la
now protecting us from oxtronio ef
fects of tint collnpso. Secretary Wil
son estimates that our fanners pro
duced crops tills year valued nt $7,
412.000,000, an amount 10 per cont
greater than the total for 1900; 17
per cent, greater than 1005; 20 per
cent, greater than 1004, nnd C7 per
cuit. above 1809. Theso lecords nre,
of courso, In values nnd not quanti
ties. Nevertheless, they show that
tho American farmer Is In 1111 excep
tionally strong financial condition,
nnd this has unquestionably greatly
mitigated the effects of tlte panic.
iMy piefcrenco Is for a scientific nnd
tlastlc currency system Imsed upon
a popular flour at'a pop
ular price only $i.jo at
your grocer. Carnation
Flour a strictly high
grade Flour and guar
anteed to pleas the most
fastidious at $1.50 and
B. Pride of Marion at
$1 60 needs no words' to
express its excellence
You all know what li.
Pride stands for, Three
leading lirnds , fully
guaranteed and made
Marion Milling &
Grain Co. N
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- n Ar Ann u:.-t , 'v. a
"RvenMtl Its earl V stntrpi rMnrt-14
Stuffy feeling In the nose, the buzzing noises n4hVeafStlerofHrlll,
hawking nnd spitting" difficult
uecuiues inoroiigmy pouiuea irom the catarrhal matter, tne innnifimpimi
extends to,the bronchial tubes, causing hoarseness, ami often nn nggravt(f
coukIi : the stomach is affected, resulting In (Ivsnchsln. loss. of annetita'aM
strength, and gradually all the mucous, membranes of the body become dis
eased and the system upset nnd deranged, frequently the ldn'eys jind
bladder are attncked.-nnd the constant passage of impure blood tbroughjthe
lungs, diseases these important members, and Catarrh terminates in'qoh ,
sumption, Catarrh is a deep-seated blood xlisensc, and must be treated cbn
stitutioilally. for"5t is bevond thu reach of local treatment. S. S. 9. cures
Catarrh by cleansing the blood or nil the impure catarrhal matter nnd at the.
same time building up the entire system. It goes down nnd attacks the.
S. 3 S
no equal as a cure fortius disease. It refines and purifies the entire circulation
and repairs the damage dono by Cntarrh. Bpecinl book on Catarrh nnd any
medical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.'
bank assets, or something like tho
following, to provldo for periods ot
great money demands: Authorize na
tional ibartks to lncronso their circu
lation to bo called emergency circu
lation to tho extent of say. 20 per
cent, of tholr paid up capital, to bo
Issued upon approved savings bank
securities, to be deposited with tho
Comptroller of tho Currency and to
bo taxed to such an extent ns to
compel tho speedy return and can
cellation or such notes when the busi
ness needs no longer exist for tho nd
djtlonnl currency, in tho ovent ot
Congress tailing, to provide an elastic
quality tq our ' currency system, ns
an alternative, I Miggest tho follow
ing: fl'IiG Government to Isriio emerg
ency notes, not to exceed $100,ono,
000 during periods of irrent panics.
nnd to banks only, to bo held by them
as reserve, theso cmerironcv nolosi in
draw two per cent. Interest nnd b.ivn
six months to run. sublent to ifi-
nuwnl for an nrtiHtlnml iinvm t ui
months at tio discretion of tho Sec-
retory of tlio Tieasury, by consent of
tlio President. Such nieasuio of
rcller would work llko tho Uank of
England's back log niolhod. Whonever
a great panic occurs In England tho
H:uik of England Is milhoilxMi in
susiwiid Its ehaiter act, which ad
mits of Issuing- InorMseff Hank of
Hugland notes without leqiilrlng a
eorresiwiHlIng amou'nt orgold to bo
held against same. This has always
been round to end panln at once.
1110 anovo pmn would suimlv what
very much needed iu
cuironcy an automatic movement
n time when most needed. As
matter or fact, It lielni
ir known flint
relief wjjuld ho 'niways' fortticomlJig
would boi bar aRalnst nnilies, oc
euning In this country, Snch as tho
rocont one and tlirft In 187H, when
money was almost iinobtnlnai1o nn
any terms. "This plan or Mulrfg
emoigoncy elastic national bank 10
sorvo money would leniovo tho pe
eesty or n central national bank,
which is now being agitated to a
considerable extent. Such a bank
will nover bo acceptable- to the na
tional banks now existing, ns It
would dlinlnutlzo all or (hm. Tho
Jealousy or lank ofrielnls would cnibo
them to exeit their Influriices
ngalnst such measure meotlng with
Couri esslonal favor.
Notlco Is hcroby given that thj
following uccouuts hnvo been filed lu
the Probate Court within and Tor tho
County or Marlon and state of Ohio,
Tor settlement "and thnt said account
will bo tor hearing In said Probate
Court on "
TUESDAY JANtMltY" 7TFI, A. D.,
Administrators and Executors.
1. Second jind flnnl account ot
John H. Clark, ndpilplstrator or tho
estate or Deborah II, Tumor, de
ceased, 2. First and final account of Ho-
pnlln TIuIao nlmlti1oi.infii rt tlin
,e8tato of 81,by SmUll( (lmsril
a. First ami linnl account or Pat
riot Keiiy, uuimnistruvor oi tne on
titto of iTohn Tron, de'cenEcd.
1. Fiist and flnnl account of Burt
'MoPeok, administrator of, tho ostato
of Klein McPeek, deceased.
0. Flist and final account of A. O.
ihdmondson, administrator of tho
estate of Calhailpo Hogan, deceased.
fi., First nnd final account of D. D.
Clifton, Exccdtor of tlio estate ot
COlf. MIN SPRING
Our 1V07 New Modul Three Dolled flun
Livnvub Kiiii-.aici y, niiiiiHvu uiirauuii, .uvrjur nutiui-iiiif qufilllies.
Iful 1'iiom ulrn linluiicnaiiii Inonr IiIkIi aradu uiiiih vnrv line finuli unil
rlclitieaH of irniiinunlallou. Hi'ouat
urlca Ulii.ifi. vloclnr 1IU rxtru.
tiEiitfur nil llniuniul not allow tun uun
nutoo thu coll jnuln ptlimn fmevi'r iiKuliint liroiikH uml miia fltm, Heudfor
1KU7 Ait CntaloK (JcKcilblnc liuiiruveuientu und .)clnl prices on is (jrudes
,I,IW IIVIM II. .un. .,...
1THAOA GUN CO
la httrinat t.itnlooii1,"iiiU -
breathing, etc. Butwh'tkWiW
disease at its Head, in the circulation, ana
removes every .trace of the impurity that is
causing the trouble. Then ad rich, pure
blood circulates through the? body,Hhe In
flamed membranes commence to heal, the
mucous discharges grow less arid finally
cease, and nil the disagrceablcnnd disgusting
svmntoms of Catarrh disanncar. 'S. S. S. has
iSarah E. Anderson, dcccnBod.
7. Seventeenth account of Clark
Dlx, administrator of tho estate of
Maria Uutcher, deceased.
8. Ninth ncpmtht of Clark Dlx,
administrator of the estate of Georgo
Q 1 Flrbt and 'flnat ' account of
Cassie P!otncrndmlnl8tratrlx of tho
estate ,of M. Lloyd Plotner, de
ceased. flO. First and flnnl account of W.
C. Rapp, administrator of tho estate
of John J. llnpp, deceased.
11. Second account of Charles O.
I), payton, gunulhn or ! nomas c
Pnvton . v
12. Second account of H. Edmund
'JI111, guardian of Uiuifl Klehm. .
fl,1. Fourth account of John 'Shu
makrr, trustee for David Shumaker.
(li. Firat nrcount or Hosa lartln,
giiardinn ot Kenneth Wayne Woekloy.
15. Flist nccour.t or Alfco E, Deil
rlok, guardian of .Marcus l. Dod
rlck. 10. Second account ot Eftlo J.
Uiicaphcr, guardian of Namol
17. Ninth account of
guai dlan of Eva Wlok.
18. First and final account of Ha--
zol Palm, guardian or, Hoylea Smith.
ilf). Suventh account of It It.
'JTorkei. guardian of Clifford E. and
Unity H. GUIott.
20. 1 Firat and fjnal vaccouint ot
W.-JJ. EVeiott, guardian of Nora,
iSl. Fifth nnd final account of
Peter 55lcg, guaidlan' or '.Ora li.
'Acs. ) "
Excoptlons 4o ,-any or th abdve
named aceounls.must bo filed on or,
'beroro SniurdaVi UI16 4th day - ot
January, A. D.tOOS.
O.- H . FOSfl'Bll, Probate Judge.
J Va guarnnlco to p.ltlier cure or ri'und
iu,, imiii',r iu uur niuipriT irom jiuuiuk,
IilenlhiK or I'rotrtOlnL' llte wbu faltU
fully nnd properly usi
Dr. A. W. Chase's
Ktr. T. U. IloUrU or 103 Marshnlt St..
Syrncilto, N, V., ay: "For nine ew I
nufTcred from IIcuIuk und irprudliis pllii
wMcU woro iq.tad tliat they nccUtuled my
abu'licu (rum prufcislocul ilutlcB. I uod
numcroui rfnicllcn nnd undsrwent one omri
tlun wltliout relief, but by using Dr. A. W.
Cli.i'a Oliitiueut I am now piramnootly
currd." (On n bos. All dealers or Dr, A. W.
Ctiajd iteUltlno Co., -UuDalo. N. Y.
For sale In Mnrlop, OUI. by Flock
pu's Drug Store.
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