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OF RIOT DIES
Slit With Brick While Riding
'( 01 Streetcar.
i COLUMBUS IN QUIET MOOD
j alii i,-J4 u-
Company .Again Refuses to Arbitrate
' and fcovefrior"' Harmon li Said to
Hava 'Somathlna. Up His 8leve.
Recommend That 'Chief of Police
Carter Be Removed, but Mayor
Marshall Sayt No Stewart Hires
Large Detective Force.
t Columbus, 0 Aug. 18. The first
,, fatality Incident to the car utrlke
' rioting resulted when Itobert AI Itch
ell, 29, died at St. Francis hospital
j si torn a fractured ahull. Mitchell,
v "pho was a piano Bnlesmun, was hit
by h brick while riding a Btreotcar
last Sunday night, and wns found un
conscious In the streets early Mon
day morning by police authorities.
He died without hulng legulned con
cloushess. "Mliebell's wife, who had been via(
Itlut; ber mother In Washington C.
H., was called to Columbus by her
husbamf's Injury and was at her hus
band's bedside during his last hours.
Mitchell's skull had been fractured
aver the right eye.
Hopes that the strike of inotormcn
and conductors In the employ of the
Hall-Light company might soon bo
eettled weru ugaln blasted when
Manager E. K. Btewart llatly refused
the offer to act as arbitrators sub--sjh'ltted
by the city council The union
carmen announced their willingness
to submit their grievances to arbitra
tion. At the statehouse It was an
nounced that Governor Harmon, who
held a lengthy conference with Stute
Labor Commissioner Wermel, was
working on a new peace plan, the
details of which are not yet ready
Governor Criticises Chief.
Governor Harmon Intimated quite
strongly to Major Marshall that
Chief of Police Carter Is u mere llg
niehead und should Ik; dismissed.
Mayor Marshall declined to act upon
the governor's suggestion, but
through Safety Director McCune or
dered the chief U appear In uniform
aitd take personal charge of the men
.Uiider him and see that peace and. or
der are restored lu Columbus at thu
aillet possible. mumeuL '
t Encouragod by thO presence of tho
XBllltln Ju Columbus, the streetcar
conipuiiy Is going ahead with the or-
i faiilKatlon of a private polite force
of its own on a huge scale.
ij It was stated h peibous who uro
In position to know that the com
in pany has upward of 1 r,o private de
tectives In tt.e ill) at the present
, time tnid iU. t iikiih me coming. Most
of those n'.nv on the ground wero
aeut here i-y a t'lewlnud detectlvo
' ageucy, tl"e head of which is here di
, rectlug the mmements of the men.
"Our can. ue going to tun nt night
"whether w- hae police on the cars
or hot," said General Munager Stew-ait.1-
The company is preparing to
jj ose the Imported guards in protecting
Its property and men. Some of the
.V company's detectives are riding on
cars, others are following cars In
auto, while still others are stationed
"? In sections of the city wherp there
lias been the most trouble heretofore.
". Brigadier General John C. Speaks'
, repoits show that he has a total of
C8G soldiers on duty in Columbus at
,tUe present time. Of 'this number
' 430 belong to the First regiment of
.-.Infantry, 100 to Troop B und Battery
C, SO to the ambulance corps and
about 35 officers and special detail
''fmen. The cost of keeping theBO
troops on duty Is close to $2,000 a
day. The' privates get $2 a day, while
thn average pay of the officers Is
-'about 0. Each private Is allowed 40
cents a day for food. Incidental ex-
jpenBes will run anywhere from $50
y to J200 a day for the whole outfit.
-.' Company Has Own Guards.
) According to officials of tho Hall-
'"Light company there are 586 guards or
atrikebreakers on duty, and more are
expected today. The citizens in gen-
rfrral do not look with favor on the
Importation of armed forces, as they
.js&y It will do no good, but n time
""will act quite the reverse by Inflam-
?&)iig the strike sympathizers, It Is
fjirbable that Governor Harmon wJJl
'today be asked to cancel the com
missions of strikebreakers who hold
feNtate police certificates as long as
j, the statu troops art here. There are
w mmM&mss) j
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veajtest orfan. If there is weakness of stomach, liver or lungs, there Is a
weak link In the chain of life which may snap at any time. Often this so-called
weakness" is caused by lack of nutrition, tho result of weakness or disease
f the sforaacli and other organs of digestion and uutrillon. Diseases and
weaknesses of the stomach and its allied organs are cured by the use of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. When the weajc or diseased stomacli Is
cured, diseases of other organs which term remote from the stomach but which
siavB mcir ungin in a uiseascu condition or tlie stomach and
other orguns of digestion and nutrition, are cured also.
Tho BtrortH man has a atroni stomach. '
Take tho above recommended "Ulacov
try" aad you may havo a atron& atom'
aeh and a atronjl body.
Civbn Away. Dr. PJerce Common Sense Medical Adviser,
revised Edition, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay
cxpM of mailing only, Send 21 one-cent stomps 'for the
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Feet So Sore
TIZ Cured Her Quick
If you liavn soro feet, tired fret,
sweaty feet, lamo feet, tender feet,
smelly feet, corns, callouses or bun
Ions, rend what happened to Mrs.
Crockett, of Jeffcrsonvllle, TI, 1)11)
IT. Mr. Crockett snys:"Afier tho
M-cond Iroulnicnt she allied down
slnlr.s ono fHit at u (line. . she 1i:h
not been nhlo to ualk downsUili.s lie
foio hi iasl llo j earn, except by
stepping down on each step uilh one
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cures sore feet to stay cured. It's the
only foot remedy ever made which
nets on the principle of drawing out
all the poisonous exudations which
cause sore feet. Powders and other
remedies merely cloc up tho pores.
TIJC cleans them out nnd keeps
them clean. You will feel better
the first tlmo It's used. U.w It a
week and you can forget you ever
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earth that can comparo with It. Tl'A
Is for sale at all druggist, Sfio'per
box, or dlreet, If you wish, from Wul
ter Luther Dodge & Co.. Chicago. 111.
now more men doing stiike duty In
the employ of the llall-Llght com
pany than have been granted com
missions by the state executive de;
Militia authorities are prepiulng to
hold troops hero Indefinitely. When
the First regiment leaves the Sov
enth or Fifth will come, und possibly
later Ohio's naval reserves will be
Tlie Rtatu emergency board appio
prlated $120,000 to pay" tho expenses
of malutalnlng the inllltla here.
Three, weeks ago an npprouimtlou of
$C0,000 was made. It wan ealfmnted
that with the last appropriation mado
the present force of troopr Muld bo
kept here for SO days.
LIE PASSED QUITE FrHLY
Miners Do Not Take Time to Resent
Indianapolis, Aug. 18. The conven
tion of the United Mine Workers was
the most disorderly body that has
ever assembled In this city, not eeu
political conventions In which tho
spirit of the factions was aggressive
rivalling the scenes among the
miners. The lie was passed so fie
quently that it bceumc too common
to be noticed, und while thu 'actions
were wrnnglliig no delegate seemed
willing to bring on u personal col
lision by resenting the imputations
on his veracity with his lists.
This is the seventh dny of tho con
vention and nothing whatever has
been accomplished. The entire time
has been devoted to discussions oT
the Illinois strike situation, and botli
sides to the controversy aro so mani
festly sparring for advantage that
many of the delegates aro angry with
It and would like to sea soma steps
taken to settle the trouble.
Weather bureau observations
,t far United States taken ut 8 I
p. in. yetterday follow: 4;
Temp. Wcathoj". X
Now York C'J Clear Z
Albany 70 Clear 4
Atlantic City .. 70 Cloudy
Boston C2 Clear f'
J. Buffalo 74 Cloudy J
J Chicago 70 Cloudy 4
New OrleatiB .. 84 Cloudy
Z St. Louis 8G Cloudy T
Washington .... G8 Italn .
Phlladalphia ... tIS Clear
i. Weather Forecast.
Ohio Showers und cooler to-
J day; tomorrow puitly cloudy;
4 light to moderate variable Z
winds, becoming northwesterly. Y
Huch of tho chief or-
(jut of tho body is a
1 link in (be Chain of
Life, A chain it no
stronger than its
weakest link, the body
nn ktrfinrf.... 41, at i(a
THE MARION DAILY
I m nii'ii-finim
Insurgents Sweep State Like
PINCHOrS MAN WINS OUT
William Kent, Millionaire Cattleman,
For Whom Deposed Forester Jour
neyed Across Continent, Defeated
Duncan McKlnley In Gecond Con
gressional District Spalding In
dorsed For Senator Means End of
Southern Pacific Machine.
Son Francisco, Aug. 18. Ilepubll-,
can insurgency has swept California
like a tidal Wave nnd left nothing
nbovo wntcr of the old Republican
political machine. Not only was Hi
ram Johnson, Lincoln Roosevelt
league candidate, nominated for gov
ernor by a good plurality In every
county except San Francisco, but ho
carried with him tho entire state
ticket and two out of elgfit congres
William Kent, tho mllllonnlro cat
tleman, who recently moved to Cali
fornia from Chicago, and whose cam
paign wax helped out by Clifford Pin
chot, defeated Duncan McKlnley in
the Second congressional district,
while Stephens won lu tho Seventh
district oer tho veteran James .Mc
Johnson's plurality Is estimated at
not less than 20,000. Ills victory Is
belleed to mean the utter demoral
ization of the old "Southern Pacific
machine, " which bus dominated polit
ical affairs In Cnllfornla for years.
Johnson's surprising vote, his ad
herents say, represents tho true In
surgent sentiment lu California,
which heretofore has been curbed uu
dur the old plan of state conven
tions. The machine's defent Is uti
trlbuted by many to tho multiplicity
of Its candidates. Its forces divided
their strength between Anderson and
Charles F. Curry, while the Insur
gents presented a solid front.
Phil Stanton, speaker or tho lower
house of the legislature, lost even In
thu southern part of thn state, ac
cording to the late returns, Johnsnu
beating him there. Stanton made a
sectional fight, declaring the south
ern section was entitled to tho can
didacy. The returns on the voto for United
States senator uro menger, but Indl
cute that A. Q. Spalding, tho old
time, baseball man, ban been Indorsed
by the Republicans. Sloss, Indepen
dent, nnd Melvlu, regular, havo been
nominated by the Republicans for
The Democrats entered tho pri
maries with perfect harmony ns to
their nominees, and Theodore Dell
will make the fight against Johnson
entire city bj.0ck
Jersey City Loses Million Dol
lars by Fire.
Now York, Aug. 18. Jersey City
wns so hard hit by lire that sho had
to call oir Now Yprk for help, lleforo
tho firelighters of Manhattan and
Jersey whipped the flames thero was
nothing left of a solid block of fac
tory buildings but sizzling ashes, and
blnck holes In adjoining streets
marked thn ruin outside tho wasted
J block. The first cost the llfo of a
j man and $1,000,000. Only the the
mum ueHpcrmu iiKiiun); uuiu u inim
sweeping out tho Poluck Quarter,
where tho old tenements were cram
med with families.
Within tho burned block were the
cork manufacturing plunt of tho
Trustow-Fulleo company, the Inde
pendent Baking Powder company's
factory, tho Ames rolling mills, the
Ames cooperage factory nnd a few
small buildings connected with the
big shops. Just outside, of tho block,
across Morgan street, was tho big
plant of tho Regal Sack company.
The fire leaped from tho block nnd
burned It to the ground.
Tho clamor, and the sight of tho
flumes working toward their homes
drove tho Polack tenement dwellers
Into a panic. They surged Into tho
street, dragging their belongings nnd
screaming. The police could do
nothing with them without clubbing.
Finally priests appeared nnd went
about soothing tho women and scold
ing tho ifieu. Tho stampede wns
Fireman Spencer Bubcock touehod
a live, wire t which dangled from ft
celling and was instantly killed.
NO GROUNDS FOR RUMORS
Mayor Gaynor Spends Best Day
New York, Aug. 18. Reports em
anating from St. Mary's hospital, Ho
bokeu, brought many of tho heads of
New York cty departments hurrying
over In uutomobllea to verify the
truth of what they had hoard. They
learned from Robert Adumson, the
mayor's secretary, that Mayor Gay
nor had spenta better day than any
since lie had been In tho hospital, und
that the a had been absolutely no
grounds for tlie alarm that iud been
carried to the city hall.
-" LiMi.ww -j
Bad Breftth, K'Hawliinii, Ria
infi in the Ears, Deafness,
Hatching, toagh and Spit-
ting Qaickly Cured.
Tho Itemed y Mlilch Cures
Cutarrh by killing tho Ca
tarrhal 1'olson und l'uriry
lug tho Blood.
LAHQE SAMPLI3 FltEB.
You must not nested discharges
or XAUSKATINfJ YJCM,OWMAT'J,i:U
fro iiitho Knr, Noso und Throat.
CATAHItH IS NOT ONLY DAN
OEHOUS In this way, but it causes,
ulcerations, death and decay of
bones, kills ambition, often causes
loss of nppcttte, and reaches to gen
eral debility, Idiocy and lnsumty. It
needs attention at once. Cure It by
tuklng Kolnnlc Il'ood Malm (11. U. U.)
It Is a quick, radical, permanent
euro because it rids the system of
the poison germs that causo ca
tarrh. At the same time, Blood
llahii (B. It. B.) purines tho blood,
does nwny with ecry symptom oi
catarrh. B.s B. B. sends a tingling
Mood -of warm, rich, puro blood di
rect to the paralysed nerves, and
parts nITected by catarrhal poison,
giving warmth nnd strength Juat
where It Is needed, nnd In this way
making n perfect, lasting euro of ca
tarrh In nil Its forms,
When wo say that B. B. B. cures,
wo menn a real cure and this Wo
gunrnntco B. B. B. has cured
thousands of cutarrh cases even tho
most deep-seated kind after every
other treatment had failed.
llotiinlu Il'ood Bnhu (B. B. B.) ix
pleasant and safe to take: composed
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plete direction for home. cure.
OKWSSeMir . - imrwy t ;iacjbi
Philip A. Stanton
One of Defeated Regulars In Califor
BRfAKS CIIANNtL RECORD
Amerlo.in Aviator parries Passenger
on Trip rrom France.
London. Aug 18. For the first
time In t'-e Vxoiy of aviation tho
Kngllslt ill. nr I wpjs crossed by two
men lu on. ,k o,plnmv This nnido
tho fourtli time tho channel 1ms been
flown oei In a little more than u
year. Axiator John Molssant, n
young Ameibnb. who left Paris head
ed for London, anhed ndar Deal.
With him was his luecliunlclnn, who
had accompanied him from Amiens.
Some of the English newspapers
havo not yet discovered that Mols
sant Is bu American and, misled by
his Spanish extraction and tho fact
that he stuited from Franco, persist
in entitling him seuor or monsieur.
He, ltowewtr, Is full-fledged American.
Ills name Is John B. MolsHant. He
speaks English with n Chlcugo ac
cent. The story of bis flight he told
in a shaip, concise American man
ner. Wounded Sheriff Kills Man.
Hot Spiliif- Ark., Aug; 18.--Shcrlff
Hought, aflei being wounded in the
abdomen during n desperate fight
with three lioise thieves here, killed
one and then started In pursuit of
the other two in an nuto.
CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
COL'DS, AND HEADACHES
DUE TO CONSTIPATION.
BEST FOR MEN, WOMEN
to get us beneficial
JHSHiy J UJaiaaa
SOLD BY All IEAWN0 DRUGGISTS
ONE SIZE QNLY.teGUURjPJKESO'Jlftme
rnrmTTm n 1 uniwiir ttt m
UNCLE J0E D
Republican Leaders Object
to Latest Statemeit.
TALK IT OVER WITH TAFT
Vice President Sherman Announces
That He Will Accept Temporary
Chairmanship of New York State
Convention and That He Does Not
Expect Fight From Roosevelt'
Friends Taft to Prepare Docu
ment For Congressional Committee.
Beverly, Mass., Aug. 18. President
Taft and Vice President Bhermnn
talked over the defeat which the
Now York Hepubllcun commltteo ad
ministered to Colonel Iloosevelt when
It 'chose Mr. Sherman temporary
chairman of tho state convention in
preference to the colonel. There was
nobody present nt that conference
who would tnlk about It afterward,
but Mr. Sherman had a few remarks
to malco to the reporters In a gcnornl
way. He Is going to tako the tem
porary chairmanship nnd not with
draw In fnvor of the colonel, he snld,
and he doesn't expect a light In tho
convention. Ho wouldn't admit that
'thero was any likelihood of tho
colonel making trouble, although the
action of the committee did not con
duce to harmony.
Some of the lines for the fight
which Itepubllcnn leaders know tho
party faces this full were laid at this
conference. Among other things It
wns decided that Uncle Joe Cannon
Is to be reprimanded for the state
ment he made Monday. While it was
not said softbluutly, It Is understood
that Mr. Sherman acquiesced in the
decision to censure Uncle Jue. The
politicians here who have been
.swinging over to the belief that thu
attempt nt reorganization of thu par
ty would full Hut, and that Uncle .loo
was not to "be harmed, were dlscon
ceited by , this announcement. A
statement from syneoue close to the
president Is said to be In course of
President Taft was naked to pre
pnre a letter for the use of the Re
publican congressional commltteu.
The president consented. Mr. Slier
man left him a mass of data, und It
was suld that the letter should be
forthcoming In it few days. It will
bo sent to Representative William II.
McKlnley of Illinois, chairman of the
committee. In It the president will
give his reasons for retaining the
Hopubllcan party In power. No doubt
tho letter will contain references to
tho record of tho party In tho Inst
congressional session; the platform It
adopted at Chicago and Is still cur
rying out, and most likely will con
tain a reference or two to the tariff.
Thero was talk also about the
spellbinders who lire to 'swing around
the country to convince tho voters.
Mr. Sherman Is to bo one, and Mr.
Longworth, Senator Lodge of Mass
chusetts und probably Representative
McKlnley of California, who 'was de
feated In tho California primaries,
may all be called on.
uST;' BUCKEYE BRIEFS
Items of Interest to People In All
Parts of Ohio,
Canton, O., Aug. 18. A Jury woh
secured after mueh dlfllculty In tho
trial of Cletus WlUaman for the dou
ble murder of Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Koons. Ten-of the 12 men aro farm
ers, and Wlllamau himself followed
Riot Jury Resumes Work.
Newark, O., Aug. 18. The special
grand Jury Investigating the receut
lynching of Carl Etherlugton, the dry
detective, by a mob, resumed its
hearings, 30 additional witnesses be
ing summoned, and it Is now thought
two weeks will bo required to finish
the work before it.
Horsewhips Girl In Public.
Morral, 0 Aug. 18. Mrs. Lllley of
Columbus publicly horsewhipped MIsb
Cora Roso, 20, at tho homo of Rev.
J. II. Bogwctl, alleging that the girl
had been flirting with Mr. Lllley. A
warrant for tho 'arrest of the whip
wlolder was Issued, but before It
could be served sho had departed
from the village.
Penney Flyer Wrecked.
Now Philadelphia, 0., Aug. 18.
The St. Louis-New York 20-hour train
on tho Panlmndlu was wrecked at
Millers Stutlou when the tender
Jumped tho track. By throwing tho
emergency breuks the entile truln
was kept from being totally wrecked.
The passengers were badly shaken
up, but none wua seriously Injured.
Killed by Well Damp.
CIrclevIlle, O., Aug. 18 Roy
O'Connor, 2a, is dead from tho effects
of damps In a well. With his father
and brother ho was digging a well,
and tho thrcn' camo up complaining
of sickness. Jloy O'Connor agulu de
scended Into tho woll and was hauled
up when he became 111, but foil duild
out of tho bucket. His futher wus
mado unconscious by inhaling the
gas, but probably will recover.
Good Templars Meet,
Coltfmbus, 0 Aug. 18. The Ohio
Ornnd lodge of the Jntornntjonal Or
der of Good Templars held Its annual
meeting hero. Plana for next yeur's
work were laid. Tlju organization fie
YOtea. itself to tojnperjiuco work and
My! what a noise!
But It's not the child
ran - H'a your head
.r StJ Jki
dedal in n flash."
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H.afal . ..MMftltlAn.
a a h.i-4,.. tram nil
Do, not affect the haart.
Anv UruisUt, 10s ndZSd
Warn i.ii.mieai ..
Veteran California Congressman De
feated at Primaries.
law enforcement. Seiintor George I
Cottrlll of Seattle. Wash., ami Mrs.
Mat'io Drown of Cincinnati, Interna
tional vice chancellor of tho order,
wero RpcnkuiH. Senator Cottrlll Is
international chancellor and national
chief of tho Tcmplais.
Army Life Proves Attractive.
ColuihbiiB, O., Aug. 18. Recruits
nro still (locking to the Columbus
burracks. The present nllstuieut Is
averaging about r00 new men a
month. According to Colonel Mur
ray, who Is lu charge of thu local
post, tho present recruits ute above
the average In Intelligence, and 'most
of them are young men. The major
ity give their reason for Joining the
army as that they deslie to see souie
of the world. Neatly every man
wants to bu sunt to (lie Philippines.
DAHLMAN NUT OUT
OF NEBRASKA RACE
Has Chance to Defeat Governor
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 18. While re
turns of tho state primary are still
exceedingly menger, It Is practically
certain that C. H. Aldilch has defeat
ed A. K. Cady for the Republican
gubernatorial nomination, while Sen
ator K. J. Burkctt wins the senstoHsl
nomlnntlon over O. O. Whcdon by a
vote of nearly two to one. Congress
man Q. M. Hitchcock defeats It. L
Metcalfe, editor of Ilrynn's Com
moner, by approximately throo to
ono for tho Democratic senatoilol
Governor Shallenberger has so far
declined to admit his defeat for re
nomination by the Democrats, but
the leturns from, outsldo the cities of
Lincoln nnd Omaha, carried by Dnhl
man by about 5,G00,shov consistent
gains for Dailman. If the present
rutlo of gain Is maintained by Dahl
man he will win by from C,000 to
7,000. Ono cuilous feature of the
primary results Is that Dahlmnn car
ried Lincoln by H00 votes, notwith
standing ono of the planks of his
platform Is the removal of the statu
capital from 'Lincoln to a moru cen
trally located city.
THE MEAT OP IT
Kdward S. Wright, author and re
tljed newspaper mun, died, at Clove
land, following an oporution for gull
stones. wj. D. Cook, Pennsylvania brake
man, lost his llfo at Tllllii by missing
his hold oh n' fast-moving fi eight
.Tho six-weeks' strike of tho New
York cloakmakers hua nlieady cost
tho community $1GO,000,000, of which
19,000,000 Is lu wugt-H t'o tho 70.000
According to census figures Indian-
upolls, Ind Iiub ir population of 2a3,
CW, a gain of 04,480 per cent over
Mayor Daehr of Cleveland has bar
red lllras depleting thu shootlna of
Mayor Guynor rrom Norest City mov.
I&E picture theateiu.
May Flaht 'in Secreti
Wllkesbarre, Pa.( Aug. 18. Sport
ing men hero got thu tip that Mike
Bchreck, tho Cincinnati heavyweight,
und Tom Ovurby, a promising negro
heavyweight of this city, who has
been coming to the front rapldlv, will
moot In a 10-round go lu a socret
place near this city.
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Tho Ddmocrtiio TlllMt.
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Tor Ooternof. j
JUDSON HARMON, Hamilton, )
For Iloutenht GofttMe. j
3, SUt-k. J
For Snpronio Court Jddiet.' f
M. H. DONAHUE, Perry. J
JAMES JOHNSON, Clark. ' v
For Attorney General.
TIMOTHY IIOQAN, Jacklon. J
For Secretary of State. I
CHARLES H. GRAVES, Ottawa,
For Clerk Supremo Court. i
FltANK M.'KE5n, Cuyahoga.
For Stnto Treasurer.
D. S. CllEAMEn. Belmont.
For Pnlry and Food Commissioner
S. E. 8TIIODE, Crawford.
For Scliool Commissioner. ... h
J. A. STATES, Allon.
For Member Hoard of Fubllo Works.
FllANK W. MILLER, Montgomery.
For Stato Senator.
DH. H. H. FINNEFROCK.
For Common Picas Jude.
W. E. SCOFIELD.
For Congressman, iStlf District.
CAItL C. ANDERSON.
WILLIAM T. BM1TH.
For Clork of Courts.
rf B. II DeLONQ
ROBERT S. DOMBAUOH
For Prosccutlnff Attorney.
CHARLES L. JUSTICE
B. V. TITTELBAUGH.
JOHN O. STARK
GEORGE B. DWYER.
ANDREW H. TROUT.
J. IC LEEPER
For Infirmary .Dlreotonk
CHARLES B. FREEMAN I
DR. W. H HINKUN
North 7 a. m.; 10:1C a. m,: 4:20
P. m.; 12:20 a. m.; 0:10 -p. m. Lojran
to Marlon only.
South 5:45 a. m.; 7:20 o. m.; 10:10
1:35 p. m.; 7:15 p. m.
Daily except Sunday.
.Knstbonnd 9:25 a, m.; 12:25 p. m.;
7:22 p. m.; 10:57 p! m.; 11:10 -p. m.;
Westbound 2:38 a. m.; 6:63 a. m.;
9:BB a. m.j 1:55 p. m.; 7:25 p. m.;
4:27 p. m.
CHICAGO & ERIE.
West 10:25 a. m.; 12:05 a. m.;
7:10 a. m.; 'SlUS p. m.
lCnst 5:35 a. m.; G:49 p. m.;
5:15 p. m.; D:55 a. m.
(Dally except Sunday.
Southwest 5:20 p. m.: 1:2G a. m.;
10:27 a. m.
Eiist 5:45 p. m,; 11:45 p. m.;
12:38 p. m. '
Northbound x7: 42 a.'W; 12:23 ft.
a.j G:57 p. m.; 18:40 p. m.
Southbound x!0:13 a. m.; 3:33 p.
m.; x7.5G ip. m.; 18:40 p. m,
Dally oxcept Sunday. (Sunday on
O. M. & II. ELECTRIC.
Northbound Cars leave Marlon
for Ruoyrus at 0, 8, 10 a, m 12 noon,
2, 4, G, 8 and 10 p. m.
Southbound Cars leave Bueynii
for Marlon nt 7, 9 and 11 a. m 1, 3,
6, 7, 9 and 11 p. m.
O. D. & M. ELEOTniO,
Soiitliltound-x-Cars leave every
hourjfor Columbus from 0 a. m. td
9 p. in. and 10 and 11 p. m, for Dela
ware.' Northbound Cars leave Columbu
overy hour on the' half hour from
0:30 n. ni. to 8:30 p. in
Buy Twinf '
We sell twin tickets
good for two persons
or i one person two '
Good only on . IQ f
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