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THE MARION DAI LY HUUtQR, SATURDAY, APfclL 13, 1912.
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The Aeroplane Girl
Th Latest Scientific Novelty
10c, 15c, 20c. Box 25o.
MATINEE DAILY 3:30
Fint Show 7:30 '
Second Show 9:00
Dick & 'Alice
Singing & Talking
M. J. Maurice
Held & Sloan
Singing and Talking
Grammar and High Schpol
Children , Be
Adults . 10c
''Herald Square Jimmy" I
' TRY TO GET IN
pontes IHg Eight Pi-cxumpllnn.
Chlcnfco, April 13. Alonzo Stugg
nthlctfc director of lOhlengo university,
tind tho "Walter Cnm'p of tho west,"
nfler ono ilny back at tho post at tho
midway school today declared that the
preposition that tho "biff eight" con
ference make Us own football rules
n nil othornviso logislato on college
eporls is ridiculous.
"Suoh action would bo the height
of foolishness." jjnld Ktngg. "Uniform
legislation Is what wo want for col
leges. College sport cannot dovolop if
oVilry' section. has Independent and
contlictlnsr rulo. Such n condition
Would surely result should tho 'bis
eight start to legislating on football
Three. (JlaiiW IteleiiM'd.
New York, April 13. Threw Olunts
Itnvo boon relorised to the Uuffnlo club
of llio Intornatlonnl lenRue, according
to an nnhounccmont here today. Thoy
nro" Third Ilns6man Arthur Hues,
fcrmorly of tho Sonttlo club; Short
stop Milton Stock, who was. purchns
'd from the Fond Du L.ac tonm of the
AVIsconslti-lIllnols loaguo and Pitcher
Ed Munsoll,- Inst year with Dallas
Texas league too in. Hues led the coun
try In homo runs last season, getting
27 to his credit.
1 New Tork, April 13. Fight fans are
today looking forward to the match"
between l'nckoy MeFnrlnnd nnd Mult
A'ollsrf tho Kngllrh lightweight ebnm
plbn' who will tnvt In a ten-round cn
j;eg(jmijn,t nt tho f'.ardeh AthleMc club,
April 10. nolh Isdte huvi- agreed to
make U0 ppundH at J p mi For tho
first 'tlm ilnco lmxtng wna legalized
In thl UU. m m picture will be
tken of tin rinit It Is understood
hcrw td thnt tho stockjjf'ard fight
er will rrnlve $10,000 as his share.
A New DNcoxcry.
l.im Angolos, rnllf.. April 13 How.
rd Morrow, the middleweight "world
l(uAtdr" (Uncovered and tutored by
Tommy Ilyon, Is ready for his first
roal try-iut In fust company today, Ho
r.idtlts Ito"rt Fagnn, or Son Francisco,
fn Ch'o Vernon arenU in n 20-roum! bat
tlo this afternoon. The winner has
boon assured a match with Kddle Mc
Ooorty for the middleweight tltlo.
Athletics .1; Wiishlngton, I.
Washington 00010000 01
Philadelphia 00030000 3
llattorios Jlorgun, Thomas; Walk
Clexclaud. I; Detroit, a.
Clovoland ... 0 0 10 0 10 2 I
Detroit 0000 10 0 0 12
.Hutterlos dJaBkotto, Hastorly; YI1
.. . .notion, ,"; Nfw YmJt, 'J.
.liiistop 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 f
Now York ...10000 0 10 02
. Hnttorlos O'Urlen, Currlgun; War
lim), Fprd a.nd Street.
Chicago, 2; St. Ioiils l.
Chicago 000000100 12
' St,fl.ul8 -0 1000000 01
i ' Ufttterios Scott, niock; Powell;
Clilnigo, '1; Cliicliin.itl, :t.
ChlcngJ ....0001010 0 0 02
Cincinnati ..000101000 13
Batteries vMolntiro, Ardier; Ilen
Iloston, I; Plilladi'lplilii, i.
Uoston i 00020002 4
Philadelphia 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 12
iHnttyrlcNi a'ylr. JCIIhk; Hrennnn,
Nrw York, U
ow York 0
; ItrooUljn. I,
0'P 10 0 1 02
0 3 0 0 0 0 I
Wn,.iinln.. JlV,D,inn Mtut trncitvar
itnlu nt St Louis.
St. LoulB-Plttsburg gomo postponed.
ColiiiubiiM, :i; KaiiMi.H City, I.
ColuifluilS . . 0 1 W 0 0 0 2 0 3
Kansas City 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
imttorlos Toopor, Smith; Palmor,
Uililslll(, Hi Mliiiii-iipolK 1,
LrtuUnuilo .. i a o 'i 0 o s o )t
MlnneapollB 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 01,
llJutterlos Nni;lo. Schlor; il.ovotto,
ft. Paul, 7; Inillaiuipollx, '2,
8t. Paul .... 12 4 0 0 0 0 0 07
Indluhapolia 1 0 0 0 0 Q 1' 0 02
lotteries Docnnnlorc, Murray;
Toltslo, 0; MIlMuiikct't 0.
Tojbdp 02010(101 n
Mllwuukco .. 00000000 00
riattorlM flwnn, Carlsrh; Andor.
son, Marlon and Oroudnrf.
ii WATOIUNC. TUP. 8COUK- X
V llOAltl). A,
it ii HKKXM
Vlh"biit two oxcepUons. Urn teiims
ifint won tlto opi-nlinf frames won thn
gecotul effort Brooklyn l'eat Now
York and tho P!ttbiire-St I"il
Biime Svas called off, rr.ln
That humh of hitters In tho Clove-laiid-Tlgers
buttle failed to show form
Jni'lison got two hits, hajolo ono ttnd
tho famous Georgia Hcacll failed to
land a slnglo.
Tho four o'clock opening hour for
baseball games makes tho Now York
fans Hiigry. It was long after C o'clock
when the Yaiikee-Ked Sox gnme end
ed nnd darkness stopped the Giants
During the last lulling In Hiooklyn,
fans lit paper torches to Isslp tho
players to see the Itall, nnd almost
llrcd tho gnuidrtnnd and bleachers.
Ono of ltUNioll l'ord's spit balls
slipped out of tho groove and banged
"Hlg Hill" CarrlRiin on tho dome. It
sounded like a Ixinib hitting a bnrn,
but Cnrrignn kept going.
A mensloy single was aM the Sena
tors could gornor from Morgan In los
ing a 3 to 1 gume to tho Athlotlcs.
Scott and Powell conducted a fine
little battle on the Bldo In tho Chicago
St. LonN ontortnlnment, but Powell
weakened In tho tenth.
Once more tho Hods went nfter tho
ruls. nnd kicked them around some-'
what. Hut It took ten Innings! ttf'do
It. ,' '
Oh, you Ty Cobb! TJmt Jackson per
son Is doing tiling' Iok nt this for
tho drst two gyrtien: Cobb at but 7,
lilts 0. Jnctofan nt bit 0, hits E.
THINGS THAT WENT WRONG.
Gomo Startling Surprices For the
TT wnn tlio lar.t match l'o h:td. but It
didn't g out.
With hniiclity tnlen the tidily drc?rd
dnmo stepped up to tho cashU'c's win
dow nt thu eliivatid railway station,
deposited tho csnet ihaue und passed
At tlio foot of n hill Ihlrt.r nilles from
Clilcnso the chaulTour (llseovored that
the gasoline tank In his automobile
was empty. Stepping into a store at
the side of tho roml, ho bought it fresh
utipply of gnsollnc filled tho tank and
continued his Journey.
CA3C CIA'U. ,
"Bertnn." Bald the HUlmrbantto who
had left the guest In tho parlor nnd
gonc-out to thu Kitchen, "a friend called
on iuo unexpectedly nt the store an
fiour ngo. nnd l'vo brought ulin out to
Tin glad jou did. Peter." said his
wife. ."l'o r,ot too rocd it dinner to
day to wnsto on you alone." Chicago
Distructcd tho Climato.
A Scotmnnn lanJcd In Cnpada not
Joiir ago. Tho very first morning ho
wnlked abroad ho met a coal black
negro. It happened that the negro had
been born In the highland district of
Scotland and had spent tho greater
part of hlu life tlicic. Naturally ho had
n'lnir on his tongue. "Hey. mannle,"
Bald tho pink Scotsman, "can yo no
toll mo whpor I'll And tho ldrU?"
The dmlty took hlni by the arm and
led him to tho corner. "Go rlcht up to
yon wo hooso nnd turn to yo'ro rlcht
nnd gang up the hill," said he.
Tho fresh Importation from Scotland
looked nt hlni In horror, "And nr-re
yo from Scotland, mon?" ho naked.
"It-rlcht yo nr-rc," said tho darky,
"Aberdeen's ma ha mo."
"And hoo lang hnvo yo been here?"
"Aboot twa jear," said tho dnrlty.
"Lord save uh and keep us," said tbo
now arrival. "Whniir can I get tho
boat for Kdlnbro?" Cincinnati Timoa.
Up to Date Youngster,
TJ)o burglar worked rapidly. Ho loot
ed thrco bedroom and then entered
tho npnrtninnt occupied by tho sovcu.
year-old son and heir.
It was a huy'H room, nnd tho boy's
playthln.iH were scnUored about tho
As tho burglor Hteppcd forward ho
Mumbled onsr n woolly dog. )t gavo
hlni Midi a s'uddon shock that ho an
grlly but softly Kicked tho Inoffensive
Instantly tho youngster Unshod up In
"You getter quit klcklu my dawg
nroun'!" ho screamed,
And the burglar was so atartlcd that
Jjo fell downstairs, nnd then tho police
rnino and got hlm.-Clovolnnd Plain
Poor Interest, j
Other pcoplo mny be lntereoted
lu your troubles, but If they nio ?
their Interest isn't likely to bo
worth much. Chicago Jle-o.d ;t
Much Promising Talent to
ho Found in Lot.
SEVERAL ABE RECOMMENDED
By Thosn Who Should
IlohlN .Matter Will
Conic up lit
Iocsil Contract Oilier
Tho nanios of a string of recruits,
gathered up by tho local club dur
ing tho winter months and kept un
der cover until It was loomed a belli
er or not Marlon was to have base
ball, wore mudu public today and
their signed contracts were sent to
jjaeretury Karrol. They ura: Oeorgo
Kvaus, Eaton, Ohio; Charles Mono
St. Clair, .Michigan; Carl D. Molsier
Murlotta; Lewis J. Porry, Dolrolt; Q.
O. Keullle, Monroovlllc; Churlos 13,
Poion, McConnelsvllle, pitchers;
Orovur C. lthoados, Columbus; Kay
i'L. Plyjiiol, London; Howard Lewis,
Uataskala; F. It. Hous, Columbus;
Harry Williams, Columbus, Jnllold
ors. In addition the signed contract
of 13d Donnelly, formerly of Hamil
ton, was recolved today.
In this bunch thoro Is snld to bo
sumo promising talent. Hob Uesclior
tho Cincinnati star, reconun Muled
Plyinol, of London as an exception
ally good man; Coapor recommend
ed Peyton, of McConnchVflto
Mlno comes from St. Clair, the hon.e
of Goulttlt and was picked up for
Marlon by tho samo man who In ought
out Ooulnlt. This friend of the local
eluH who has nlso fc'Uiul 8eo.hJ
plaors of morlt says that Menu Is
a hotter pitcher than Goulalt was
when he left St. Clair, that ho Is
taller und fully as strongly built, llo
also says that h0 has u much mnro
donniblo dlirpoBltlon than tno ronn
Thcso players havo nil 'ben wired
to re-port on Monday and most -of
them will roach here on thnt dnto,
giving Manager Johnstone a good
sipind to work with.
The club today signed Inlloldor
Myers, who mndo a hit with Ports
mouth and had the third Imso Jot'
nailed until Conwdll was purchased.
Myers will bo given every oppor
tunity to mako good nround third as
It looks as If Council will not como
The catching proposition Isn't set
tle yot and Is onuslng more or Ws
worry. Hut It Is 'believed that tho
right man will bo pothered In with
in a few days as a result of somo
work dbno this wcok by Business
Mnnngor Sjnlger. v
All of tho other clubs havo boon
at work for somo time nnd nro In
dulging In praotlco dally. Manager
Jnhnstnno believes that ho will be
nbt" to whip his bunch Into shnpo.
wood out thoso thik nre not wutVod
and M'lert his regular team In tho
olent days that ho will havo for tho
Portsmouth has 'jtl team that may
have trouble grttlng iindor Iho sol
nry limit. Weinberg and tho Cnln
brothors jipd nno yr two others liivy'q
not yot signed tbolr contracts nnd
thofo that baVf. signed are getting
moro than (ho avorngo In the loaguo
Just how tho ColMders will go un
dnr the limit, rspoclally with Clllldn
sitting on tho bench ne ho proposot
to do, Is n mystery. Itut thoro will
bo nq, monkey buslnosi this sivmmor,
and IVirlsmoutb will got In under, ns
will overy other club or thoro will
bo trouble, Thn 14 players limit will
bB enforced this part bolng up to the
"Monday the loaguo will hold n
sehudule meeting nt folnrrtliiis nnd
tho M-liodule- ns propnrod 1iy Prib
Onlnn will bo adonlnil, Tho lol4)
matter will le settled nt thnt tlmo
nnd Marlon undoubtedly will bo glv
.eli the players.
Tuqoday night the stockholders of
the local elf!) will hold u meeting
nnd organise ,
Story of Chicago Physician.
A prominent physician tolls this
story: A poor woman wont to n near
by dlsponsniy to ask aid for her llttlo
son who bad ono of bis lingers smash,
ed with a baseball bat. At tho first
room wbcro sho applied a curt atten
dant told hor that tho boy could not
bo treated thgro "Wrong plaoo." bo
explained, "this Is tfoo oyo and tho
ear department." "Voro 1b dor thumb
nnd finger department?" lnqulrod tho
PILKS CUItED AT HO.MIS HY
NEW AHSOHIJTIOX HU7TIIOD
If you suffer from Bleeding, Itching,
blind or protruding Piles, send me
your address and I wll ltell you how
to euro yoursolf at homo by tho new
absorption mothod, and will also send
you some of this homo treatment for
free trial, with references from your
own locality If requested. Immedi
ate relief nnd pormnnent euro assur
ed. Hand no money, but tell otliorfl
of this offer. Write today to Mrs. M,
Bummers. Box V, Notro Dame, Ind.
CARE OF BASEBALL PLAYERS A SCIENCE
LITTLE APPRECIATED BY GENERAL FAN
lilik, ... .w tlt w k MIIU lH HA l,J a b J ' ' luul
MOOtrll UltOUUUIl 111 I. at.ICIK.t9. Alio .111. ullUWb it id). U.lo lb tl'iio ull tilt!
diamond, but few aptircclato tlio skill thut Is required off tho diamond
by thoso who do pot llguro In tho box scores or In the reports. The enro
bestowed upon somo of the $15,000 and 120,000 beauties would multo old
Cap Anson nnd, tho other veterans of thoso sterner days when not even u
padded glovo was used by tho catcher, ihlnl they were. In n hospital in
stead of a valued cos In a baseball madrine. Ail the major Icnguo teams
arc now ullko hi this respect. Tlio Cleveland Nnps think thnt thoy hnvo
In Doc White, however, a stnr In his little- heralded department, who is n
very tmportnn. nssct. Ono bt tho Nnps who mined n Blight blister
during tho opening game, consented to havo :ns picture taken as tho foot
was being attended by Whlto nt training quarters. Within tho scopo of
tho trainer's wprk mny como nnr kind of work fmm tlio use of antisep
tics on a spike wound to tho setting of bones, nnd In any case tho
promptest euro posslblo Is expected for tho loss of i Mayer may mean tho
loss of a n;amc
A" REMONSJ,RANCE. ' '
"If'M klcklns on the s-Jf. Marie; I
t I'm kicking on tho stylo,
Tlio ono refintdlpR.hats, you know.
It's that that ntakrs nio smile.
I uncil to loto voitr 'Bailor hut i
It was to verx simple
Alro your M rry Widow.'
That went well with your dimple.
"I'd no complaint on picture hats.
Your Galnrboroiich Wa fine.
I fondly loed your pich basket
When I nrrt culled you mlno.
Your Pnnuina wns rcchorcho.
I ically llmuRlit It nifty,
Your aviation bat was hlsh.
But you woro always thrifty.
"And wlion your tnoly to helmota ran
1 think It was last rpoHon
I nover murmured nor complained,
Hut ttlll rctnlned my roason.
I'vo tolerated all tlio hata
Thnt fashion to you offered
And bought jou pllos t.f willow plumes
And bonnots that woro proffered.
"But If you tnko tp dorby hats,
Aa pciMr3 sy oro iscleetcd,
I'll uurily coase to humor you
And leavo you uulto dejected.
Tor I'm klcUlnd on tho style. Marie,
I'm l.leklni? on tho style:
Tlio derby In a ii)iin!abH,l-et,
Pleuso el hi a weurtlio tiln."
-1 JT ' '
Tho Eolfish Druto.
Tho tiMinl latge ciowd wa gathered
nt the New York end of the Ilrooklyn
bridge waiting for ttollev curs. An eld
erly lady, ml In thu fpee. Ilustoiod
nnd fussy, dug her elbows Into conven
ient ribs. lnl'Miecllvo nf owners.
A fat man on her left was tho recip
ient of it particularly vicious jab. Shu
yelled nt him. n.vj"
lie wluced slightly und moved to onu
She. too. sidestepped nnd thumped
him vigorously on tho back.
"Say," sho persisted, "vdlon It mako
nny difference which of these earn I
tnko to Greenwood col.ietery?"
"Not to me, madam." ho answered,
ttlljipliig through nn opening In tho
crowd. -Ladles' Homo Journal.
That wan a ci nnd Uloti of .Too Weber
nnii r.i.w ii'iMiin to iit their old com
pany together ns nearly as possible.
Hut there is nucli a thin:; us carrying
rpallsiirtiw far. One day Wchor was
uennnlnc tho chotus of Iho now shuw.
"Whoio'd you get that gnmd old
lady. HIIIV" ho nsUod of William Kay
inond Sill, pointing to one glti who
should hnvo'lk-en .( homo locking her
youngest gjiinllchlUl to sleep.
"A nowspuper man usked ipo to place
her." said 8111.
"What newspaper man'" usked Wub
er. "Horace Greeley?" Cincinnati
A Busy Man.
Ah a matter of fact, n real
busy man Is usually (oo busy to I
snoiid nny time tolllug other poo-
plo how busy ho Is. Detroit Kieo
He'll Know Soon Enough. ,
"There's onu thing mini anyhow;
tnxeH can't he higher this year than
they teio last ynr."
"Paid yourw .vetV"
"Wall. vlt would l;c a plfy to wako
you up. Keep on tbeiimlng n little
while longer, old ehapi'-Uhkngo Trib
une. 1 i
A Superfluous Vcrd.
Pather (to Mnrgeii, who has been n
long tlmo fctditig the newsiiapi-r)
When yiiu'iu nsl'id to do nuylhlug.
Margety. jou should iiIwii.vh run.
Margery Yes, I will,, daddy, uxeppt,
of course, I en n't when my legs ncho.
Kather-Jtubblsh! Your legs never
Margery (I'ldlBiianllyl-IIoo! AVhut's
tho use of the woitl "uche." thon?
Puuch. Turnlno It Off.
Molly (holiday luakliig In the conn
(ry) I say, Mr, Heats, do.yott mind If
I ask u iiuostlou?
Tho Farmer No, uiy denr. What Is
Molly What I want to lcnow Is
when you've llnlshed milking that cow
how do you turn It ottV Loudon
Football In Qernrsny.
Mlchnel (to his wlfoi-Como nwny.
wife, or else thoy will want us nftor
ward no witnesses,- I'lUjjonde Hlnttor,
i .ittt- -
1 t nil i i , ,
A "How do you know that Mnler
has como In for n fortuno?" B"Why,
formerly, pcoplo always said ho wm
crney; now they say ho Is orlElnal."
Didn't Tell tho Whole Truth.
A womnn prcccher says that Hor
sex Is to blamo for most of tho dl
vorccs. Ono might go oven furthor
and stnto that If It were not for her
sex thefo wouldn't bo any divorces
Clovcland Plain Dealer.
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The Spring Line f
is now ready and on
INGS and OVAL
Fine Picture Framiiig a
' Specialty. '
218 West Center Street
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Don't Malt until April 1st
when scores will bo racing tlio
city over Jqokln for n home, . ,
I Imvc niorovtban if-fTcoio of
liou.scs In many pnrtH of (Uu "
lily, for silo for caidi or pny
iiii'lils pi'oportlca ranging frtim
$l',R50 t 3,(100. .
Tho CI lest nut Iioiikl'h are he-,
Ihk Jiastened'' to completion
nnd will'biall burtlcm) lio;ics
lit the beiler sdrr.iuo.
of all kinds
at lowest t
Wngea $25 to $50 it Week In Automo.
Mlo Work TliotiKOJidfl of Jobs
WnltJng for Competent Men lu Ml
Pnrts of tho CJountry.
In (iddlllon to tho immense num
ber now In operation about 300,000
Automobiles will bo manufactured
this year nnd this means work for
thousands of men qualified to Bell,
Repair. Drlvo nnd Ioinonstniio Au
tomobiles nnd Trucks. Tho Itoeho3ter
Autonpibli School will flt anv man y
a fow weeks to fill any of thoso po
sitions, without Interfering with Oils
present employment, got him a job
nnd glvo him an opportunity to mako
$10 weekly whllo lenrnlng. For In
formation wrlto Itochcstcr Automo
bllo Kcbool, 321 Church St., ltochos
tor. N. Y.
Notlcu of Appoliitini'iit
Hstuto of William A. Search, de
ceased. Tho undersigned hasihcen appointed
and (iiialllled ns administrator of tho
estate of William A. Search, late of
Marlon county, docensed..
Dated nt Marlon, Ohio, this 4th day
of April. A. D., 1012.
J. W. lliirtulleld.
4-0-3t sat Marlon, Ohio.
Nptlco or Appointment,
Erituto of John Schwnderor, do.
Tho undersigned hoo boon appointed
and (luulHlori aa odnilnlstratorH with
the will annoxed of thO estnto of John
Sehwadertr, Jato of Marlon county,
Dated ait Mnrjqp, Ohio, this 27tb day
of Marcti, A. D., iy 12.
David A. niack, Agosta,' O.
Willis M, linger, Murlpn ,0.
$38.60 to the North
$38.80 T) OAWPOIINIA
I'KOPOltTIONATEIA' ItOW TAnES
TO OTHER AVESTERN POINTS
March 1 to April IS, 1012.
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" W. HAWW3V, Dhlslon rseitgcr
Agent, 825 0rHeM UWj;., Clovebmd, O
High Class Motion
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North 7:38 a. iA.;- 10:05 a. m.;
4:05 p. m.; xC:lo p. nr.r 'il:lC p-. m.
! South G:G5,m m.? (2:30 m m.; 1:18
p. m.; 7:20 p. m.; 10:30 a.im.
Dally excot Sundnyi1 1 lii
xRuns to Marlon only. " ' t4
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Erlo; i ' '.
Southwest 10127 a. m.;"6:18 p. m.;
1:30 . m. t .'i-t
East 6:38 K, m:'l 12!5X, p. m.;
lliGE'p, rti. 5:67p'tn. ?
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West 10:25 .'m.;12:05l. m.;
7M5 .1. m.; x5:10 p. m.
East 5:38 a. m.; x9:55 a. in.;
'5:10 p. m.; 5:57 p. in.
Dally except Sunday.
xRun to Marlon only,
xltuns to Ohio City only. "'
North 6:52 p m.; 12:20
South 10:30 n. m.; 8:00
Dally excopt Sunday,
Eastbound 8:00 a. m.;
121S2 p. m.; 7:31 p. mr.
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Dally except feunday.
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H a. m. 12 m 1, I, 4, B.J. 9
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1:50, 2:65, 4:55, 5:60, ,8:65, 8(55
10:65 p. m. ' .. -J.1 ', i'iA
Qoos to Dolawar. only.!
xFrom Stratford only.
Hourly sorvlco Sundays and
O., M. & H. Electric.
Northbound Cars leavo Marlon for
riucyrus at 8, 8, 10 a. m.; 12:15, 2,
4, , 8 and 10 p, m.
Southbound Cars' leave Uucyrus
tor Marlon at 7:05, 9:25 and 11:25 a.
m., and 1:06, 3:05, 5:05, 7:10, 9:05
and 11:05 p. m.
and other western itates t
At Very Liw Rates
March 1 to April. 15.
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