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Copyright, MfcMVlH, by MURRAY MUSIC CO., New York.
Jro. 7.
Big Chief Thunder-cloud. 2 pp 2d p.
Ko. 14.
SHHiHHHIHHHHHiiVHiiHBMBfflMHHIHHHBBBilB9S5X99HHHHHIIHHi
Tho Kind You Ilavo Always Bonglit, and 'which has hcon
in iiao for over 30 years, has homo tlio slimturo of
and has hcciunndo under his pcr-
ifr-r??-,, Bonal supervision slnco its infancy.
3j -C6eJUiK aIIoav no ono to deceive you In thlsw
AH OountcrfcitH, Imitations and" Jiist-ON-good"uro hub
Experiments that trlllo with and endanger tho liiuilth oE
Infants und Children Exporicnco against Experiment.
What is CASTOR1A
Castorla Is a lmrmlcss Giihstltuto for Castor OH, Pare
goric, Irops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. Ifc
contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guaranlco. It destroys AVorniu
and allays Pnverlshucss. It cures Diarrlicca and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and FlatulcMtey. It assimilates tho Food, rcgidatcs tho .
Stomach and BqwcIh, giving healthy and natural sleep, j
Tho Chlldroi's Iaujicca Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Boars tho Signature of
Ilulc," a comedy-drama, In four acts
by .Icrrold Shepardj in thla play, Mr.
Sully aaln appears ns a Priest, and
theso who have seen him in "Tho
Parish Priest," will need no assur
ance that ho docs not Justify tho part.
Sully's original production of ''Tho
I Parish Priest" was a daring Innova
tion, and for ovor a year tho rcllg-
loiibly Inclined public, tho very peo
ple on whom ho Tolled most for sup
port, rcfusod to accept tho play,
fearing that tho character of a Cath
olic Priest could not bo presented on
tho stago In tho proper manner. It
mas nn cxponslvo (undortnliflnB for
Mr. Sully to convince clcrsy and laity
that "Tho Parish Priest" was Icsorv
Iiir of their support, but In tho end
ho succeeded anil It ovcntually proved
tho greatest success of his carcor.
II n 'Tho Golden Itulo" ho has an
other Parish Priest, but tho piny is
much stronger dramatically, and as
Father 0'.Nnlll, Mr. Sully has a rolo
that llts him to perfection; ho has
plenty of comcly of tho character
istic Sully type, whllo the dramatic
situations gives him better opportun
ities, than has been afforded him In
any of his previous plays. Ho Is
delighted with tho play and con
siders It ono of Ihc big winners of
the season.
THe Kind You HaYe Always BougM '
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THl DINTOUK COUMHf , TT MURflUT .IHICT, NCW VOnK CITY,
Tho bill for tho coming ucolt at
the Family Theater will present for
tho first tlmo to tho Marlon public
Bryant & Savlllo, famous musical
merry makers, In tholr extremely
funny specialty.
Mr, and Mrs, Gcorgo V. Hussoy,
vcntrlloqulsta and comexllans. aro
very clever people, presenting old
tricks In a very now light.
HIsEonotto & Nowman, tho athletic
cadets, and John A. Hawkins,
champion collcgo Jumper, complete
this Interesting list of attractions.
iT3. P. Ttowe, will, as usual, sing
Gomo lato compositions and tho mov.
lug pictures will produco somo now
features.
iSiV,., Btwiif Bully1, known to ten "nau" Sully will appear at tho Grand
iliouttnd , pereeiMl irlands und ad-Monday everilng in his latest and
mlVws brougbouttho oouitry,,-asHiu08t'8UCcess(ul play, 'Tlio Goldoij
May Do It Now.
"In tho olden times it is said that It
was possible for u man to render him
self Invisible."
"Pshnwl That's not at all remarka
ble. Men In this country aro doing It
every day."
"You don't ony sol How do they
manago It?"
"By marrying famous women 1"
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How Ha 8quared Hlmcelf.
"Rottenl" Involuntarily exclaimed
nigglus at tho play. "I beg your par
don," ho said to tho startled man In
tho next scat, thinking possibly hu
was a friend of tho nctdr. "I'm al
ways saying something to hurf como
one's feelings, but I assure you I was
not referring to the star merely bis
lines."
"Oh, don't worry about me," ho re-'
piled. "I'm only tho mon who wroto
tho play." Judge. '
Patient and Hopeful,
"Is your husband of a patient, hopo
ful disposition'"
"Yes, Indeed," answered young Mrs.
Torklns, "You Just ought to see how
hard It Is to discourage him when ho
decides to win money on tho races."
NVashlngton Star.
Tho barber ns well as the pugilist
can givo an upporcut Philadelphia
Record.
it
tho
Collecting In New Hampshire,
A Now Humpshlre man tells of ft
tight listed man of affairs In a town of
that state who until recently had never
been observed to tnko an Interest In
church matters. Suddenly, however,
ho been mo a regular attendant at dl
vino service, greatly to tho astonish
ment of his fellow townsmen,
"What do you think of the case of
old Kotchum?" said ono of the busi
ness men of tho placo to n friend. "Is
Is true that ho has got religion?"
"Well, hardly,.' replied tho other.
"Tho fact Is. Jt's entirely a mnfter of
business with him. I am in a position
to inow that about a jcar ago lie loan
ed tho ptistor $50, which tho latter wos
unablo to pay, so thcro romalnod noth
ing for Kotchum but to take It out in
pew rent."-St. Louis JterJtibllc,
Democratic County Converi
tion.
l'tirmiant to the ordor of
Democratlo County Central Com
mittco, notlco Is hereby given of
tho convention of tha Ijcmocrats ol
Marlon County, Ohio, to nomlnato
candidates Tor cbtinty offlccs to
bo voted for at tho Novombor,
l'JUS election as follows1:'
llepre'sontaUvo
Auditor
Probato Judge
Treasurer
Clerk
Hhor'lft
itccordor
Prosecuting Attorney
Burveyor ""
Ooronor -,'..
Threo Commlsnlonore
Thrco Ihtlrmary Directors
Also to Boloct nlno 'delegates
and nlno altornatos to the remq
cratlo State Convention cajlbd fof
Columbus, Ohio, on May Cth and
Oth, 1008. 8dtd convention will be
hold In tho Common Pious Court
lloom, at Marlon, Ohio, Saturday,
May 2nd. 1008, at 10 o'clock, A.
W.
, Each precinct wjll bo entitled to
ono delegate and ono alternate for
each twonty.flvo votes ' or major
fraction thereof, cast for Joan M.
iPatUson for EfoyernorWt tte Jo
ember olcctlon, 1005. Tho dole.
Rates and alternates shall bo
chosen tlirough caucuses hold
at tho usual voting
plnco of each precinot botwon tho
hours of 7 o'clock and 8 o'clock
1'. M. central standard tlmo, Frl.
day ovening, May 1st, 1008. The
apportlonmon? of delegates and
alternates to tho convention will
bo ns follows:
i'reclncts Dolcgato
Hlg Island 5
Howling CJrcon '". b
Caledonia Village . 4
Ularldou North 3
L'larldon South a
Grand t , a
Grand Pralrlo 3
Groon Camp Vllln(go ".', . 2
Green Camp Township " G
Marion Township North c
Marlon Township South .." 4
First Ward A ....... 5
First Ward U '.',"" b
First Wnrd C .... g
First Ward D .. 2
First Ward 15 .....'.'.',',',,','" 5
Second Ward A ......". u
Second Ward B ....'. '.',".'.'. B
Second Ward C ,' b
Third Ward A D
Third Ward B 8
TJiIrd Ward O .'.'.'.". ti
i'hird Ward V .
Fourth Ward a' 0
fourth Ward B ".'. '.'.'. 6
Fourth Ward O . .'..'...'.. .. . " 4
LaRuo Vllhigo .'.".' ...'," B
Now llloomlngton '.'.'.V.'.' 2
Montgomery East ....'.'.'.'."..',' 3
Montgomery West ,,,.'.,.'.'.",,", 2
I'loasnnt Township IX)' ",'!"" 7
Prospect Villago ,.,".',"" q
Prospect Township '"'.'""""" B
Rlclilr.nd Township 8
Morral Village .' 2
Salt Bock Townsii'lJ)'"' 2
Scott Township 3
Tnlly Township B
Waldo Villago ..,'. 2
Waldo Township" j)!)) "'j 4
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.At said caucuses for tho selec
tion of delegates, tho voters there,
at shall scloct a central commit
teeman, to sorvo for two years.
J. W JACOUY, Chairman.
W. H. 8WSNCBR, Secretary.
Cail fur the State
Democratic Convention
Pursuant to tho order of tho Dora
ocratlo State Contral Committee, do.
ico Is hereby given that tho conven.
tlon of the Ueraocrdts or (he State
"it Ohio to nominate candidates for
iate oillces to bo voted for at the
fueuday and Wednesday, May B and
u, 1908.
Kach county will iu ontltlod to
ono dolcgato and ono altcrnato for
each DUO votes cast for John M. Pat
tlnon for Governor of Ohio, nt the
November olwtlon, 100D and ono ad
ditional dolcgato and altcrnato foi
tho remainder of votes oxcoedtng
250. I'lio prescribed number of dole
gates to this convontlon shall bt
clectod through primaries, or dolo.
gato conventions, tho ablegates to
which shall havo been elected nl
prlmnrlcs, or mass conventions, hold
In tho county for tho holding ol
which nt least ton days' notice
shall havo brpp rrnylously glvon
designating tiie tiiuo and placo for
tho holding of such primaries and
conventions, ami called by tho con
trolling commlttco of Uio party In
such counties.
Provided: That In counties whori
i registration of olectors Is required
a primary election may bo hold ai
Uio discretion or tno county pon
trolling committee undor Uio statute?
governing "such primary elcctlonr
hold under tho auspices and control
of tho county board of deputy state
supervisors of loctlonti and that In
such counties complete lists ot dolo.
gatos to- tho stato convontlon
boadod by tbo name of a candidate
for President of tho United Statos,
may b3 placed on th6 ballot In sucb
may dctormlno: providod, howovor.
that tho name of no candidate for
President shnll appear at tho head
of moro thah one list of delegates
No county, contral or executive
tho delegates to tho stato convontlon
commlttco shall havo powor to narne
Tho delegates will mcot by dls
trlcts at two o'clock P. M., on Tues
day, May Cth, at such places a
munnor as (ho county committee
may bo designated by tho Committee
on Arrangements, for th purpose
of sol cc ting onn mombor of each ol
tho following committees; StaU
Coutral Commlttoo, ltcsoluttons, Uro
(tQntlulo, Kulos and Ordor of Bust
nesn, Permanent Organization, Vice
I'rcsldont and (secretary, All of sucb
committees will mcot ut places to be
designated by the committee on
Arrangements at four o'alock P
M.j of 'the same day. Tho conven.
lion will bo cnllel to order In thr
Frankllh County Momorlal Hall ori
tOdst Broad Street at sovon-thlrly
o'clock 1', M,, on Tuosday, May Bth
Tljo tdmpofury oflicora will bo?
Chairman. Hon, KdVard ll. Mopr.e,
of Mahoning county: Secretary,
Hon. Benjamin H Oaynian of Fra.nki
such convention candidates shall bo
named for tho following oillces: Two
candidates for the otltco of Presi
dential Klector-atJjarpo; a Oovor.
nor; a Lloutonant Governor; a Beor
rotary of Stato; an Auditor of Stale';1
a Treasurer of Stato: an Attorney
General; two Mombors of tho Board
of Public Works; a Dairy and Food
Commissioner; a Commissioner ot
Common Schools; two Judges ot tha
Supremo Court, arid a Clerk of the
Supremo Court. Tho convention will
also Bolect four dolegatcajtt-larga
and .four utornatos-at-largo to thd
National Domocrrttlc Convontlon to
60 hold at Uonvor on July 7tti
1008, and a candldato for United
States Soiiator. Tho apportionment
of dologalcs and nltornates In tho
convontlon shall bo as follows:
Adams G Licking .- 18
Logan i . ,(f
Lorain l
Lucas zi
Madison
Mahoning ,..,li
Marlon i
Medina ,8
Moigs 'fi
Morcor ,.,,,., i
Mlainl t 19
Monroo
Montgomery ,,29
Morgan i
Morrow i,,,;,S
Muskingum. , , is
Noblo 0-
Ottawa e
Paulding' (J'
Porry 7
Pickaway 8
riko ., 4
Portage i
i'robo .0
l'utnrira 9
Rlchldrld ...; 12
Ilpss Jo
San'duDky..., 15,
Hcloto 7,
B.one.c ...i..,yi
Bholby 7
Stark,, t.,,,4 , 20
Summit .,,,,.17
Trumbull 8
Tuscarawas itt ia
Unlori ,,
Van Wort.,i,, 8 '
Y'nton ..;s-
Barron ..$,,.,
Washinkton ,,10"
Wayne it
Willlara .... i
t .... '
November election, 1008,' will be heli I i(n County; BJrgeant-at-Arina, Berl
at COIUmbus, Ohid, od V- ti&riifrw of ilutler County. At
Allen ."'."12
Ashland 7
Ashtabula ...7
Athens C
Auglalzo ... ."8
liolmont .,.13
Brown 8
uutlor .....17
Carroll 4
Champaign .,0
Clark. n
Olormont ...8
Ullnton ...,B
Columbiana ll
Coshocton ..8
Crawford ..10
Cuyahopa ..07
Uarko ....11,
Uollanco ,,.,7
Uoiawnro ,,..7
Krlo 10
Falrflold ...10
Fayotto ..,.&
Franklin ...41
Fulton 5
Gallia 4
Geauga a
Groono 0
OUernBoy .,..7
Hamilton ...03
Hancock ,,10
Hardin ,.,,8,
Harrison ,.,.G
iionry , . ; , . ,7
Highland ...8
Hocking ,,,.0
Holmes ,.,, 0
iluron 8
Jackson ,.,,7
Jefferson , , , .7
Knox 8
bnwrdricd , 5
Total dclcgateS
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