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VOLUME 23 NOTES OF m INTEREST Â¬ tUUnhm prtm MARION Ill CRITTENDEN DR W COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 27 1901 NO 3 A Weeks Happenings Over the State Briefly Chronicled Bannor has raisod a tompest in a teapot over tho recent smallpox scare in Marion and snooringly rofors to tho mistake of tho Mari 1 trust tho editor doos on docs not got his information from a momborof tho medical profession If tho Marion physicians havo nover mado any mistakes they aro tho first in history The most emi i A hand car on which six section Tho secretaries of tho State nont aro often in doubt and ovtii hands woro riding was struck by Wo havo thorn from Mens As it is getting lato in the Wo havo a nice lino of Jovohy lightning near Lexington and two Board of Equalization havo com mako gross mistakos as to diagno season wo aro soiling Millinory that wo give a written guaran heavy to ladies lightest plotod tho tabulation of the work sis Tho scionco is perfect but men killed 12 up iMuiiH shoes Goods regardless of cost come tee to givo satisfaction or vi of that body on tho books of tho men ure nnporfoct and notwithoxchango ot any time with ai i and see and bo convinced Ladies shoos 100 up Sonator Doboo is being denoun- Â¬ Assossors of tho various counties standing the accumulated wisdom Come in yoars otter purchase ced by tho Eastorn papors for his Clothing Laqes and Embroidery and take a look at something and will file it with tho Auditor of centuries of study and investifight against Mrs Sandors tho nioe Mens Pants for publication Tho roport shows gation by millions of wise mon 50c up A largo stock of thoso goods postmastor of Now Castlo Boys Pants 25o Up tho amount of taxos to bo collect- physicians are still finite creatures which wo aro selling vory low Shirts isoys onus county ed to bo 279035052 do up Tho Populists of Trigg Tho oqua and liable to orr A nice lino of whito and colorod Silk Parasols havo nominated Joff D Smith for lized value of all proporty subject Tho ostoopath christian scientHats Colored Shirts 2c up Tho vory latoBt things in Tho Democratic to taxation is 588707480 an in ist patent medicine man etc etc tho Legislature Mens Hats 50c up 0c up Whito Shirts white and colored 100 up primary will bo hold Juno 20 Boys Hats 25o up crease of 9023945 over tho value are tho only mon who know every as fixod by tho county assosBors thing cure all thoir cases and neSuspenders Belts Tho Court of Appeals granted Hosiery Mens loo up Judgo ORear of tho Appellate ver mako a mistako and tho moro Mons r0c a now trial to Eugeno JMontgomo Mens 5c a pair up Ooc up Boys 25c up Ladies Ludics 10c a pair up ory sontoncod at Danville to hang Court handed down an opinion physicians quarrel among them of his illegitimate reversing tho Webster circuit court selves the moro will theso vara for tho murdor Mens and Boys Ladies and Misses Boys and Mens in tho case of Dr W E Clark vs piros fatten by preying upon tho child Ties Bows Etc Underwear Underwear tho Commonwealth and ordoring credulity of tho gullablo Mrs Gortrudo Sandors light 2 for 5c up Vests 10c up 25t up Ties Shirts By way of analogy wo might a now trial Clark was indicted o up Bows Drawers 25c up Pants jc up against tho Doboo combino to ro Miss say that Christianity is perfect and triod for tho murdor of tain hor job as postmistress at Cora Wallor of Union county on but Christians aro imporfoct and Now Castlo is attracting national the night of Soptombor 9 1900 in the dovil laughs whon Christians attontion tho town of Sturgis by a criminal fall out and fight of Appoals allirmod onoration Tho Court He was convictoa in Dr J O Dixon and Dr T A sontonco of Roubon January 1901 of manslaughter Frazor both saw Hays and prd- the death Quiun conviclod of tho murdor of and sentenced tooonfmmont in tho nouncod it smallpox Qnon thoir diagnosis ho was detained in tho policoman Cruni at Danvillo a few ponitontiary for ton years post house and his face fed a wooks ago few days Dr Frazor attended him James P Bailoy of MagofHn State Good Roads Convention and I nover saw him until it was county has through tho efforts of A recont issue of the Courier too late to bo certain of anything Senator Doboo and others boon appointed by tho Prosidont Secre- Journal comnlaisantly states that oxcopt that ho had very rocontly tary of Legation at Guatemala the Nationol Good Roads Conven- had smallpox My opinion is that man than tho advertising charla Osteopathy Tho post has boon vacant for somo tion to bo hold at Louisville noxt it was a cases of recurreut orup tan who with brazon effrontery weok was a State affair and that tion which sometimes happens From Our Special Correspondent months continually blows his bazoo and Distriot conventions would bo and that none of tho physicians During tho last wook or two so Franklin Ky lays claim to superior skill Tho hold lator at Hopkinsvillo and oth- Â¬ woro mistHKon ana again any Juno 21 1501 voral raids havo boon made on tho nover makes any mis places Wo beg to say that this eruption following so soon after charlatan Monarch initios at Earlington by er takos but delights in airing tho El Press Throughout tho coun machinery all smallpox might somewhat resemA number of big train of road striking minors mistakos and short comings of tho try thoro will bo a colobration of oxports tho commissary de- ble tho diseaso and fool tho docshots woro oxolmngod between the tho medical doctor The dovil nev Â¬ tho declaration of ludepoiuleuco appurtenance tor especially whon smallpox is so guards and tho striking minors partment and ovory oh how he doos er doos wrong and of the National display Swill bo prevalent as at prosent and tho Last weok there was a colobration who subsequently retired bewail tho dolinquoncos of thoso right on the spot horo in Hopkins- profession is expecting an outi who aro only trying to do right of tho twenty fifth anniversary of Tho following allowances have villo July 10th and 11th No split break at any time the discovery of Osteopathy this tfjParia- Expos Hon 1900 yjS W J J Pahis boon mado to tho various revenue circus here On tho contrary ours As to tho statoment that tho Ma colobration of tho independence districts of Kentucky for salaries will bo by far tho most interesting rion docs wrote to Dr McCor FOR SALE BY J H ORME of tho human body from the pills A Gentle Hint dork hiro oto nro Second dis- oxhibit inasmuch as our samplo miok attacking tho Smithland phyand nostrums of tho medi purges trict 23858 Fifth 39198 Sixth milo of model highway will bo sicians etc the only lottor to Dr In our stylo of climate with its cal world is a most important fact 2428 1 Sovonth 20159 Eighth motaled thus bringing into opera- McCormic of whioh I havo any sudden changes of tomporaturo Wonderful Eight in tho health of tho prosont day Cures cholera diarrhea Colic rramp 31a29 u simple report of tion tho giant crushers that will knowledge was On ovory hand thoro is ovidonco lameness sprains lumbago swell rain wind and sunshino often in Imk Oil and gas in paying quanti not bo nooded in Louisville whoso the existonco of smallpox in Ma- tormingled in a single day it is of deoadenco in drug practice neuralgia rheumatism and tontlmelii t es havo boon discovered in Ken samplo milo is to bo of tho earth rion written by mo tho day Hays no wonder that our children rela Every discovery of any merit to- All pain internal or external run Howovor Louis villo will was sent to tho post houso and be ton county and a company ot earthy day is in tho realm of hygienic quickly with Morely Wonderful ImIi1 foro I know whore- ho bailed from tives and friends aro so frequently treatmont which J Linn Gooch is Piosidont bo urcod through our Invitation Every work of roal than any othor remedy For half nl or that ho had boon in tho Smith takon from us by noglootod colds mer t issued by a medioal man to II Ormos and John MoKnight Soorotary Committoo to visit our convention Â¬ has soourod a lease of 6000 acres and soo all that is to bo soon tho land post house Ho told tho doc half tho deaths resulting directly day docrys tho universal drugging tors horo that ho came from Ron from this cause A bottlo of Bos- - The only reason a modical doctor of land and an option Lof 1000 orushbrs inoludod doau Island and said not a word Goo E Gai y moro acres in that county ohoos Gorman Syrup kept about will continue to givo drugs is his rabout having had smallpox at Sooy ExocjOom Dr Dolan a govornmont inspoo your homo for immedioto uso will ignoranco of othor and moro mod Hopkin8villo Juno22 lUOlfcg Smithland largo orn methods Buroau of Animal In tor of tho I am vorv sorrv to havo to air provont serious siokness adeath Tho dependence today is in the a few porhaps dustry was in Frankfort this matter in the public prints doctors bill and drugloss agoncios and tho most e to make tho uso of throe or four doses days ago with instructions tho discussion has roaohod a stago bv Saves Two from Death an inspection of tho sheep raising For curing Consumption Hemor popular and successful of all tho Our littlo daughtor had art al- at whioh I feel that it is my duty rhages Pneumonia Sevor Coughs drugloss forcos is osteopathy To districts of Kentucky for the dis as county health officer and in jus ease known as tho scabieB and to most fatal attack of tho whooping tico to thoso concorned and tho Croup or any diseaso of Throat or this tho poople aro turning and rigidly quarantine against tho in cough and bronchitis writes Mrs pooplo who pay tho bills to give Lungs its success is simply won the wisdom is manifest in tho W K Haviland of Armonk N Y derful as your druggist will toll largo por contage of euros which footod distriots but whon all other remedies foil Â¬ tho facts publioity Got o samplo bottlo free attend tho praotico of ostooputhy Tims Fish a prominent young I trust that tho physioians will you Jas H Orme or Robort F No othor profession or system of ed wo saved hor life with Dr Kings from Effective March 10th J 901 man of Lincoln county who was Now DiBoovory our niooo who settle thoir littlo disputo without Haynos Regular size 75 cents healing can show suoh a largo pr the arrostod at Vinconnos lnd oharj had consumption in an advanced farthor wrangling and not subject portion of euros Got Groons Prizo Almanac god with killing a negro at Crab state also used this wonderful me- - themselves to tho ridioulo of Writo us for litoraturo Orchard 14 yoars ago was tried at dioino and today she is porfeotly quacks and charlatans Vory truly H jTmmiTpPW On account of Good Roads Con Stanford and acquitted Fish had woll Notwithstanding tho faot that Desporato lihroat and lung School Ostoopathy Southern married and was making a good disoasos yield to lOr Kings Now wo aro mombors of tho groatost vontion at Hopkinsvillo July 10 11 finknta will lift nnlfl to TTnn- His acquit- Disoovory as to no other modioino grandest uoDlost proiossion on Franklin Ky citizen at Vinconnos Unsicilln find rnturn on Julv 9th Announces the Opening of its tal mot with hoarty approval 1 bottles guar oarth and that we sot up a highor on oarth 50o and rato of ono faro for Red River Divisio son of John antood by J H Or mo trial bottle standard of honor and come noar and 10th at d Tho hiTOhi or hvintr up to our standard as a tho round trip good to return un Grows a farmer living about four freo Children lovo to tako Morleys Orittendon county class than any othor olass of men til July 12th Denisonand Sherman miles oast of Princoton was ploiy for Bilious-poo-plin tho world thoro is somo huma is certainly interested in good Littlo Livor pills Texas ing in an old field and disoovorod Lock Jaw because they aro small look nity and selfishness in us all but roads and a strong delegation Tho lit- Through Train Service will thort n half dollar in tho dirt not E II Harain Chi na Springs Texas Wo aro not like tho quaok totally should tako advantago of this op Â¬ and tasto like candy and do established from St Louis a no rian tlo follow bogan tolsoaroh and un says Ono largo won- sicken them Sugar tiiy over the dosp or fllotleys Â¬ got points on practi- Â¬ gripe nor o botwoen 350 and 400 orf ul Eight ciiretl Diy moro of lockjaw dapraved and ovon a vory unwor- portunity to narthod Sold by J coatod Ono a dose - cal road building Somo of tho coin was dated 1811 Tt- la n wnnrlnrfill nil rn nml MLVIod ffld s thy member of tho modical projioriest Line to T O Jameson Agt H Orme WOfmimal Forwfet ttwOfugrfo fewion is incomparably a hotter the uewwt being 1845 Â¬ Â¬ Heavy dntnago was done by n storm in Piko county County Judgo J 0 Tully of McCrackon county diod auddonly in Pnducah Monday Dr A D Jnmos was reappoint ed Unitod Statoa Marshal for tho wostorn district of Kentucky JoluuLook a life convict wos stabbotrfatally by Milton Camper n follow convict at Frankfort Col Tom Scott of St Louis is at Grand Rivors with Suporinton dont Gilford of tho furnaco reconstruction and Monday put to work sixty mon on tho old furna ces It is estimatod that it will roquiro four months to finish the repair work and got tho furnaceB in operation A late Paducah dispatch says Gold has boon discovered near Me tropolis 111 on land in whioh Mr Brao Owon of this placo has a A pioco of quartz largo intorost from the land displayed hero today is pronounced by experts as worth fifty dollars a ton It is said A to exist in largo quantitios or- Â¬ joint stock company has been ganized and its shares are being disposed of Â¬ JJ PARIS xoooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Â¬ Has Something to Say Concerning the Small Pox Affair Editor Press Tho Livingston HOT WEATHER BARGAINS a This is Money to You if You will Tak Advantage of the Following Millinery PRICES Jewelry i Â¬ Shoes -- Â¬ Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ are located at 248 Salem street betweer tj Schwabs and Pierce Sons Hardware Come and see the Cheapest House in Town We Kittinger Â¬ Â¬ Stinnetts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WO 4 RACKS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EXASt 1 Â¬ nl olovon-yoar-ol- o Â¬ - t fi T5 THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rUlllISIIED WKKRLT Her Campbell Morgan arrived from England to take up tho Northfield Mass extension work of Dwight L Moody Â¬ APPALLING DISASTER Caused by a Cloudburst in West Virginia Between 200 and 500 Lives Lost THE LITTLE PRINCE EDWARD The Reieii-Yrnr-O- tUe iL9 sion at Jamestown N Y refused to rnno u ami political change its rules barring secret sociJames FWnmbold years age one of ety members from church member- Â¬ the best known minstrel men and cir ship cus clowns in the country died in the The joint commission of the Episco Overbrook N J insane asylum pal church made a report by which F Gov Haen S Plngree of Declergymen are prohibited from join troit Mich died in London uftei a ing in wedlock divorced persons brief illness aged 59 years Hrig Gen John C Hates who re Mrs McKinley is pronounced to b J cently returned from the Philippines out of danger and convalescing will command the department of the The union reform party In Ohio has Missouri with headquarters at Oma- nominated John Richardson of Wes ha Neb tervllle for governor The secretary of agriculture pre Ex Gov P C Cheney of New Hampdicts that in ten years the United shire died in Dover aged 73 years States will produce all the sugar need Public ownership reformers popu ed for home consumption as a result lists and others met in Kansas City of the beet sugar development to form a new allied party A conspiracy to defraud insurance Gen John Hasil Turchln the Rus companies by incendiary fires was dis sian veteran who won fame on the covered in Chicago union side in the civil war died in an An insane Swede supposed to be insane asylum at Anna 111 A G Peterson of Chicago was killed Timothj Caulfield died at his home nt Rockford III by n policeman In Kockford Ilk aged 104 j ears whom he attempted to shoot Presiderit Harper nt the Chicago ronuittv university convocation prophesied an Reports of great niortaltty among endowment of 50000000 for the uni Boer children in British detention versity camps have split the English liberal Smith college at Northampton party Mass lias been given 100000 by a The American trap shooters team man whose identity is withheld won all the events in London Two miles of mountain slid down Earl Russell was arrested in LonInto a valley nt Hopeville W Va don charged with bigamy in marry killing two persons ing Mrs Somen ille In Nevada while The Thirty first Infantry United he had n wife in England The Philippine commission fitates volunteers was mustered out has named judgts for supreme and minor In San Francisco The Harlem track in Chicago closed courts at Manila and an nttorney genits gates ns a result of an injunction eral Insurgent Gen Cailles has signed terms of surrender against pool selling The violent attitude of socialists is James F Ahenrn killed his wife and himself in ivevv York city Domestic causing much alarm in Frnnce and capital is seeking investment in other trouble was the cause Hope college nt Holland Mich con countries Russia has started a new tnriff war ferred the degree of LL D upon Vice on the United States by imposing n President Roosevelt Andrew Carnegie will erect a monu- high rate on American resins and biment in Pittsburgh to James G cycles Gen Botha and other Boer lenders Blaine J H Jones a negro prencher was are reported to have decided to repu hanged by a mob nt La Grnnge X C diate Krugers authority The czarina of Kussia gave birth to for assaulting Mrs Noah Davis John D Rockefeller has given Cor- a daughter her fourth The empire is still without a direct heir to tho nell university 250000 The Omaha board of education de throne s Adelina Pnttis castle crees dismissal for any woman teachin Wales was put up at auction nnd ers who marry Chicago ow ners of Indiana coal mines bid in by the owners agent the up ore said to be planning a combina set price of 250000 not being of tion that will result in a 300000000 fered Five hundred native Christian con coal trust Indictments were returned against verts were killed by Coreans on the Lant Salsbury city attorney of Grand Island of Quelpaert The Philippine commission has dp Jtnpids Mich and four others accused of bribery in connection with the wa- cided that Spanish shall be the ofTlclul language In Philippine courts for ter works deal Blunders have been disclosed by five years the publication of laws passed by the An immenjc number of American last Illinois legislature One bill that dollars have been coined in a secret failed to pass was approved by the mint in Chihunhua Mexico and circulated In the United Statu jpsrerKor Â¬ Â¬ Gen Miles has been made an LL D i i i MARION KENTUCKY by llrown university Frank Smith anil F D McLand ne groes who were Implicated In the mur-ds- of John G Foster near Shreve port La weie ljnched by a mob Flags on rll the state buildings In Michigan have been ordered at half mast until nfter the funeral of the All tho News of tho Past Seven late Gov Fingree which will probably take place July 4 Days Condensed Many bu Idings were wrecked and one man kilhd by a tornado at Doon Mo HOME AXD FOREIGN ITEMS vllle Massachusetts legislature ad The journed until November 12 when it News of tho Industrial Field Personal will meet in special session Liquor The National Wholesale and Political Items llappcuingrs Dealers association in session in Cin Â¬ at Ilouio ami Abroad cinnati reelected as president W F Broderick of Baltimore Ailjt Gen Corbin left Washington THE TOWS FR01I ALL THE WORLD for San Francisco en loutc to Manila It is estimated that the total of the army on July 1 will be 77000 or about IOMIIIC The president has reappointed Mig- Â¬ 7000 short of the total number that is uel A Otero governor of New Mexico required under the presidents plans Crazed bj causeless jealousj George During an electrical storm which Brown a miner at Butte Mont killed passed over Indiana Pert Hathaway was killed by lightning at Idaville his wife and tlien cut his own throat The towns of Gate City and Big Stone Grace Larkln at Riley and Ira Smith Gap in Smjth county Vaf were at Youngstown wrecked by a cyclone A hailstorm ruined the crop of over Asa Roger aged eight j ears and Carl 50 farmers in Delaware county Ind Roger aged 11 jears of Laketon Ind Thret men lost their liv es and a dozen were drowned were badly hurt by the collapse of a The fishing chooner White Wing of railroad bridge near Hendricks W Va Taeoma Wash was given up as lost Three striking miners were killed at with 30 men Mattevvan W Va by mine guards Willie Anderson of Pitt afield Mass A M Leary and J L Davis fought a won the open golf championship ot duel at Wajnesboro Miss and both the United States were killed The trouble was the re Â¬ A thousand Mormon families from sult of a family fucd the United States will settle in Mexbo Michigan university graduated n on lands formtil occupied by the clas of 734 Yaqul Indians Repeal of large part of the war stamp The transport Fennsjhania arrived taxes will go into effect on July 1 The nt San FrancNco from Manila with list includes bank checks telegram- 32 oflieeis and S10 men of the Fortieth express receipts money orders deeds volunteer infantrv conveyances and bills of lading Herbert W How en of New York West Virginia health officers minister to Persia has been appointed chained a passenger train to the track minister to Venezuela as the successor to compel the company to move a of Loomis who will be sent to Portu- Â¬ smallpox car hospital gal Dr tlnrles Dcnison of Denver fa Â¬ The plant of the New port News Va vors death for useless and harmful Shipbuilding company was closed be persons and legislative contiol of mar cause of the machinists strike throw- Â¬ riages in order to advance racial im Â¬ ing 7000 employes out of work provement Jessie Morrison is again on trial at T J Iieeee a farm hand attempted El Dorado Kan for the murder of to kill the husband of a former sweet Â¬ Mrs Olin Castle heart near Hloomington 111 and then Fnlistments for the reorganized committed suicide nnny are practically completed riiilip Venheisel and Miss Annie II J Bowling of Yellow Springs Horning were fatally burned by an O went to Chicago to buy cattle fell explosion of gasoline at Spring Green In love and married Gertrude Miller Wis s in two dnj The Tennessee suprpme court s njs A new trolley company has been that woncn cannot piactlce law in formed to connect Chicago and Mil Â¬ the state waukee bv an electric road The Nebraska supene court says Unhorsity of Michigan won the that the liability of a railroad com college baseball championship pany is tho same to a man riding The Porto Rico legislature will on a pas ns to one who purchases 4 meet in special session July a ticket Tire destioved a large portion of the Fire at the avvmill of the Towei business section of Greenville S C Lumber Company near Hear Lake Luther Iasnre was killed and three Minn disttoyed 150000 worth of other men fatally injured in a mine lumber accident near Hloomington Ind ex The boiler of a locomotive Abe Harrett a negro who assaulted ploded at IHne Cut Mo Killing En a white girl was lynched by a mob gineer George Gerew und Fireman near Nugent Miss Julius Crowley The Swedish Lutheran synod in ses Â¬ Heir Prcsanip- thu llrllUli Throna a lreunclou Youngster ld 4a a isramiD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ London June 22 The Rrltlsli pub Â¬ lic Is only just beginning to look up on the little Prince Kdwnrd the sev Â¬ enth anniversary of whose birth oc Â¬ curs Sunday In the light of future Property Destroyed Estimated nt Not Less Than 2000030 -- Delujje king The importance of his place in Sweeps Down Upon the Stricken Valley With Terrific Force tho machine of state- is somewhat of his magnified by tho absenco and Suddenness Carrying Everything Before It With father According to present plnnrf Resistless Fury Drowned Include fiany of the Prince Edward will be a sailor going Most Prominent People of the Section upon the training thip Britannia in a few ycnis His present education consists of a few short daily lessons Dm Finn W Vn June 23 This entire section has just been visited by a given by Mile Rrlcka for many years flood the extent ot which in nil probability will equal that of Johnstown Pa companion to the late duchess of so far ns the loss of property is concerned Tcck The king is said to be strong- Â¬ Early yesterday morning shortly nfter midnight a heavy downpour of rain ly opposed to stulllng children with His recollec- Â¬ began accompanied by a severe electric storm which violently Increased In too much knowledge tion is keen of how unpleasant it was volume and continued for several hours This continued throughout tho entire to bo a walking dictionary at 20 day and night A story is going tiie rounds of Many miles of tho Norfolk Western Railroad track bridges and telegraph young Prince Edvvoids precocious lines are entirely destroyed and communication is entirely cut off west of Elk iiiss At a juvenile party in tho horn so that it is impossible to learn the full extent of the loss of life nnd presence of the duke of Cornwall he property was given tojs of wood for which h2 The Pocahontas coal field Is located in a basin with high mountain ranges on solemnly thanked his playmates with cither side Elkhorn cieck flowing through tho center of tho basin which old fashioned cptCEsion whereupon ranges from one fourth to one mile In width From Ennls W Vn to Vivian the duke of Cornwall exclaimed The little wretch he speaks better Ynrd W Va a distance of ten miles miners cabins coal company commissarthan I do which is not far wrong ies and coko plants line this basin Elkhorn creek being fed by numerous for the duko of Cornwall Is notori- Â¬ small streams coming from tho mountain side rises very rapidly and this ously nervous and unfitted for public water spout came so suddenly that the entire basin between the two mountain speaking ranges was Hooded and before the tenor stricken people realised what was PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT upon them they were can led down by tho flood which swept everything In Us path Tho Military Will Hive Way to tUc Koystono Entirely Oblltoratod Civil Arm the Lnttcr Oeeupj- The little town of Keystone with a population of about 2000 seems the iiiii he Pnlnces greatest sufferer practically tho entire town being washed nvvay This town k the principal one on tho Pocahontas coal fields and Is located near Its center Washington Juno 22 Following It was to a great extent headquarters from which the mining population pur tho oidcr issued Triday making chased supplies and also tho only place In the field where whisky could be pur Judge Tnft civil governor of the Pliil chased At this place there were sonic twelve to fifteen saloons all of which ippines an order has been IssuedÂ¬ govwere washed away The report comes that tho mining population are now naming Gen Chaffee ns military mili- Â¬ ernor of the archipelago The occupying the Lanks of tho streams below catching the merchandise and tary has been ordered to vacate tho barrels of whisky and beer as they float down A great number of the coal and nyuntMniento tho large public build coko plants throughout tho Pocahontas coal region are teported practically ing which was erected out of tho destroyed and are in sonio Instances entirely washed away Owing to the very municipal funds of Manila for govern Â¬ high water which has flooded the teglon and prevented communication any ment purposes This will be occupied thing like a correct estimate of the loss of property is impossible but from the by the civil officers in the Philippines best Information obtainable the loss will easily reach 2000000 The palace of Malacayan heretofore occupied as headquarters for Generals May Surpass Johnstown nnd Galveston Otis and MacArthur also has been Ro vNour Va Juno 23 Great excitement and anxiety were created here to ordetcd vacated by the military auday when It was reported that nn awful flood and cloudburst had swept over thorities and will be occupied by the Flkhorn coal region In West Virginia Tho region visited by the flood Is Gov Taft Malacayan was the headsaid to be devastated and tho Pocahontas coal fields are reported to be In ruins quarters of the Spanish captains-genera- l Western Railroad are More than thirty miles of the track of the Norfolk when in command in the Philipgone and reports are still coming into the general offices of this svstem in this pines nnd the natives of the island city of washouts on the various sections on lines In the flooded districts One have come to regard it as tho headof the breaks in the track will require at least n thousand laborers anil several quarters or scat of government The days work to repair The lalhoad jards at Vivian a small town in West Fstnda Maj o another largo public Virginia were completely destroved and It is reported most of the town was building is to be the military headquarters and will be occupied by washed away North Fork Junction and a few other smaller towns suffered Gen Chaffee when he assumes com gieatly mand All of these orders Includhuj Saturday night Is pay night In tho coal fields and It Is supposed that the coal that of tho president Friday havs miners had flocked Into tho towns liipthe district to do their trading hence been cabled to Manila there Is no telling how many of them were caught in the flood and drowned THE TRAIN WAS RIDDLED It is stated that the greatest damage so far as known Is at Kev stone W Va one mile from North Folk and thirty miles west ot Uluefield From the Ncjrro Levy Spencer Tnlien meager reports describing the force ot the storm at Kev stone It would appear Tho Inlty to muitavllli- - Tex in that tho damage ilvals that of Johnstown and Is equal to that of Galvestons mil riucctl In Jnll horror There Is no telegraphic communication west of Dlueflcld as the telegraph lines were swept away along with the raihoad track It is said by the Houston Tev June 22 The spetelegraph officials that ho lines are useless between Kenova W Va and Dlue- cial tiain bearing tioops from Trin here riddled with arrived flcld a distance of 200 miles It may be several days before the telegraph lines ity The cavalry arrived at are restored sufficiently between these two points to obtain a full report of bullets at and It is stated however that every building in Trinity at 2 a m damage done in that territory town of Keystone was demolished or carried away by the water save one once relieved the siege of the Light the Tho normal population of Guard who were kept in a school and that a bar room which stands on a high hill mob forming a ns last night was Saturday night there is no telling how house with an armed Keystone is 2000 and cordon around it Tho bcleagured It Is estimated many miners had gone Into the town to swell Its population soldiers marched back to the train that 200 lives were lost nt Keystone alone with the negro Levy Speneer in their midst and boarded it without moFlood8 KoBlatless Fury vast area of mountain country and lestation but as the train pulled out The flood seems to have extended over a the hundreds of mountain streams becoming swollen only served to swell the the mob fired several vollevs ot the train The soldiers returned the flrei Elkhorn river until It overflowed and carried destruction In Us wake Railroad and reported at least three members buildings of all descriptions trees telegraph poles huge ties and tracks small of the mob hit The negro was taken boulders and every Imaginable movable thing that came within tho sweep of to the penitentiary at Huntsville for this mighty torrent of maddened waters went down the mountainous district safekeeping nnd the soldiers returned In a seething roaring mass of debris home Dead bodies could be seen floating along the valley by those who had gained THEY COLLIDED HEAD ON a place of safety in tno hign hills All day Saturday the rain fell In sheets and it soon became evident that Mlmionrl Pacific there would be a flood and a great destruction must result from It but It was Wreck of Tno Freight Trains A Sleeping coal regions that the great not until after darkness had enveloped the lSugluccr Responsible catastrophe was upon the country and was making a clean sweep of tho valley Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Arranging For the Dedication of the Louisiana Purchase Building i IB July 2 bo WILL BE MANY DISTINGUISHED GUESTS Wlimton Churchill the Well Known Author llu 1roinliicil to MnLs Olio of tho Addreneii of tho Occa- Â¬ sion nnil lucre Will Others hetcraj President Francis to artnifge the details of tho dedicatory ceremonies held a meeting Saturday nt headqunr tcrs Tho members of the subcommittee aro George W Parker Goodman King and George M Wright It was decided to have ns rciire scntativo a delegation from tho Louisiana Purchase states as possible nnd invitations were sent by wire to the governors of all the states nnd territories of the purchusc to attend the dedication Major Roila Wells and Senator John F Mot ton and Representative Matt W Hall chairman respectively of tho Missouri senate and house committees on Louisiana Purchase celebration vvcro nlso invited to at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 22 St Louis Juno Winston Churchill author of Itlchard Carvel nnd The Crisis will deliver one of tho principal addresses at the dedica Â¬ tion of the Louisiana Purchase build Â¬ ing at tho Pnn Ameiican exposition liuffulo July 2 Mr Churchills favorablo reply to the invitation of the committee vva3 received Saturday morning The subcommittee appointed by tend As many of the distinguished guests as possible will bo risked to mee in St Louis and make the trip as a party Many of the directors of the lo Â¬ cal company will nlso go In addition to addresses by Mr Churchill nnd former Major C P Walbridge a representative of Gov A M Doohcrj will be on the programme for a speech and either the president or director general of the exposition ns well Â¬ Pan-Amei-c- THE STRIKE AT READING PA A Thousand Machinist Arc expect ed to Join the Heading Ilnll wny Shops Strikers Â¬ ments in tliis city and they arc work ing as usual Large numbers of people gatheied nbout tho car and machine shops Iri da j- evening for the purpose of counting the number of men who had rot gone out At the former plnce thj erowd Included many who had quit work nnd nt the latter some of tho 1000 machinists franklj told their friends that they were going out in a dnj- or two About 350 of theso aro union men but tho lenders say all the men but a few laborers will go out when thej- are asked and that the request will probably be made on Â¬ - Reading Pa June 22 Tho strike of emplojes of the Heading rail ay shops which was begun Fridaj noon lias not spread to any other depart Â¬ Â¬ Mondaj The number on strike in the corn went to work ns usual but the men said they were simply waiting for the call from their national organization The number on strike in the com panys shops now is nearly 1000 Early naxt week 1500 men may go out in addition to 2000 Heading Iron Co workers who went on strlku sev eral weeks ago and aro now locked Â¬ Â¬ out IS LAID TO THE JOINTISTS Attempt to niow odist Chnicli Up tho IMMlco First Meth at Man Â¬ Â¬ hattan Kansus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Crnlg-y-no- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Will Keep Oar Hands Clear Washington Jun o 22 Tho United States government has taken no part in the fresh demands made on China nnd is disposed to do everything possible to discourage them Our governTho flood has not only damaged tho Elkhorn Valley but It Is stated that ment will not for a moment countevery one of the thlity three flat top coat plants has suffered to some extent enance the claim that tho mainteValley cectlon which nance of tliu legation gunrds in Pc Great damago Is also repored to lmvo resulted In Clinch reported to have been kin is properly chargeable to tho Chisouth from Graham Va No lives however are extends nese government lost along this valley Another llallot Ilox Stutter St Louis June 22 The jury in the THREE NEGROES SHOT VALLEY IN KANAWHA case of Daniel Shelly charged with atby Unknown Turtles Iho Vic tempting to vote fiaudulently at the The Molt Destructive Storm Known There Firing Done tims llelni on Kxrurslon Train Fifth precinct of tho Seventeenth for Years Miss Juno 23 A report ward returned a verdict of guilty to Jackm Juno 23 Tho W Va CHAMESTON tho Great reaches hero that threo negroes were Judge Wood at 10 a m sentencing severo storm that struck Kanawha Valley last night was tho shot and srnlously wounded at Flor- Shelly to two years In the penitentiary most destructive that has visited this ence a small station on tho Gulf vicinity for years There was a high Ship Island road about fifteen miles Startler In the Second Decree wind nnd a rainfall of 325 The Kana south of thts city shortly after dark Sednlla Mo Juno 22 John W 8 oclock to wha river Is thirty feet at by un- Cookmnn who in March killed Jesse night and Is rising Tho people are tonight Tho shots were fired Mollride a neighboring farmer neat The Kanawha known parties on an excursion train Dresden was found guilty of murder flood preparing for a investigation ot tho affair la Michigan Railroad lost threo bridges and an in the second degree and given n sen being made north of hero and la tied up tence of 13 years in the penitentiary Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ for miles around Shortly after midnight Saturday iight it seemed as If the heavens had Hero a passenger opened their floodgates over the town of Vivian W Va caught in the flood and the lives of the frightened passengers were train was saved only by the UEe of ropes which were quickly thrown over In the coke The passengers were glad to ovens which skiit the latlroad yards at Ivian catch tho topes and willing hands dragged them from the submerged train and over the oven barricades to a point of safety Owing to the fact that the telegraph lines had been prostrated by the storm Western officials detailed messengers by foot to cover the territhe Norfolk tory as best they could they returning in a shoit time with repoits of tho terrible destruction which had been done in their respective territory One of retheso messengers In walking over the devastated district camo back and are supposed to be many ported having seen thirty eight dead bodies There who will never be accounted for Eatlmato of tho Loss of Life probably reach 500 or GOO and possibly this number will The loss of life will The Norfolk Western Railroad be swelled when fuller details are obtainable least 200 Uvea have been lost Keystone officials in this city admit that at wiped out and millions of dollars worth of property destroyed extended It is not known how far back into tho mountains the storm country Is and It heard days and perhaps weeks before all the storm stricken will be Â¬ Â¬ Kansas City Mo Juno 22 A spe cial to tho Star from Butler Mo says Two Missouri Pacific freight trains collided head on in the j arils here and were wrecked John Slaw son fireman on the northbound train had his legs cut off Wolfing u brake man was buried under the wreckage of 13 cars and was seriously hurt nnd S Snyder fireman of the southbound trnln who jumped before the trains struck was injured badly Slawson and Wolfing will die Joo Rurke engineer of the southbound was asleep in his cab and failed to curry out orders to take a siding lie saved himself by jumping and has disap Â¬ Â¬ Manhattan Kas June 22 An attempt vvns mode at 230 a m to blow up tho First Methodist church with dynamite It is believed to be the vvotk of jointists who directed theii spite against Rev J M Miller pastot of the church because of his crusade against saloons Xo arrests have been made A powerful explosive was thrown upon the door of the main entrance blowing a large hole In the door rhattering the steps and brenklng a number of stained glass windows THE MAD MULLAH REPULSED Dlstaster Followed Ills Attnck On the British nt Zarebu Narrowly Kscaped Capture Aden June 22 Ihe Mad Mullah after tho recent repulse by Capt McNeill of his attack upon the Rritiah at Zareba accidentally encountered Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ peared Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the main British foicc of camelry and mounted infautrj which ho immediately attacked nnd was repulsed The pursuit was continued throughout the night A hundred of the ene my wero killed and the mullah and the sultan of Nur narrovvlj-- escaped capture The British force lost seven killed and wounded Died From Fright Vermilion 111 June 22 Mrs David M Mason aged 40 wife of the postmaster at this plnce died as the result of fright occasioned by a severe electrical storm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ambassador Clioate Una Uecorered Loudon Juno 22 Mr Choate the United States ambassador who had been suffering from a summer cold has returned to his office in perfect health tJ 4Sd r r THE CRITTENDEN PRESS ruiiLisiiru WEEKW MARION i i KENTUCKY IN GLAD CONTENT The world they say ta gettln old an weary an ctin bo Hut write me down as sayln Its good enough for rue I pood ciiuukIi with nil Its erlef Its Its pleasure an Its pan An theres a ray of sunshine for every drop o ralnt They stumble In the lonesome dark they cry for light to see Hut write me down as sayln Its light enough for me light encugh to lead us on from where Its we faint an fall An the hilltop nearest heaven wears the brightest crown o all They talk about the fadln hopes that mock tho years to be Hut write me down as sayln theres hope worlds wallln the rwecter mulc swells In the stormiest night I listen an hear the old J Over the enough for me shall her husband said more gently While he fetched it his wife told me a pitiful story Jnwscph did gang reg ular tae t chapel two year syne but yan day tlier coom n minister wha pralehed that t ISible were not a the lod nnd Jawsepli lies salt Word hot tempered and he went oop after an taud t man he were u liar he were that mad They toorned htm oot o t chapel an he hasna been syne He thinks God will neer forgie him for speakin sae tae His minister I said nothing just then I think I felt too sympathetic with Wolf and nngry with the conceited young preacher who tried to upset the simple faith of these people I read a few verses for t lie old woman nnd ended with a passage in Unsen I will heal their backsliding I will love them freely and ns I closed the family HI tile I saw the great tears falling down the mans cheek and spashing on the table Willi He tak me back dae ye think V he asked brokenly Mr Woolf He says the blood of Jesus Christ cleanseth from all sin J Â¬ Tho Virginia constitutional con Â¬ vention la determined to elimlnnto the negro ns a factor in politics Vivo business houses were burned The British Cabinet Once More at Walnut Kas Grappling With the Matter Charles Robinson was nrrcsted nnd mil m in its Leisurely Way NO II OF 7 OTHERWISE TJMOTICED Ill II List Fatalities at Naper Nebraska of AND I THE WEEKS BANK CLEARINGS1 Total Clenrluus vrlth Inert imp nnd Decrease In the Principal Cities of the Country New York June 22 The following table compiled by Bradstrcct shows the bank clearings at 20 of the prin- Â¬ cipal cities for the week ended Juno 20 with the percentage of inerensc and decrease ns compared with tho cor responding week last year Another Has Been Added to tho IT HAS INTENTION HURRYING In n Month or So When n Decision 11ns Ilcen Hcnclied the Matter Likely to Up Turned Over to Lord Iamicefotc to II ring the Question to n Conclusion bells long silence while the Capt Benjamin T Underwood is clocks ticked steadily on and on nnd nt dend at llopkinsvillc Ky He was a old man laid his head on his last the civil war veteran and political lender arms and cried 1ord Ise been n The First Methodist church of Oma- Â¬ slnfu an rebellious man but wilt ha Neb has officially requested till Thoo take me back for the sake of ladies to remove their hats upon enJesus Amen tering the pews The sun was setting when I left the Saline county 111 civil war vet little cottage As I looked through the VtZiA- lattice window the watchmaker was state department until congress shall erans will hold their annual reunion M kneeling by his wifes chair sobbing convene or the attitude of the senate at Webbers grove near Galatea Au 29 2J and 30 H THE DESIRE OF like a child in the matter shall bo definitely gust A gold strike has been made In the HER HEART te The poor old mans heart had grown known Little inino nt Organ bitter in thoe two years Lord Iauncefotc will probably be countyBuck M running 117 Dona Ana N ounces of I heard more nbout it later on Tic permitted to interpret his instrucW IJy C Wynne a hail got into n great passion but the tions pretty broadly and they show gold to the ton daughter of August The stern deacons treated him very cruel- signs of being elastic enough to pro ly nnd would never believe that he hnd vide for any contingency except a di- Fallots living near Lamont Okla was thrown in front of a reaper nnd road from llurnthwnltc to the any reason to be angry The foolish rect refusal on the part of the senate cut so badly that she will die young minister had so impressed them to recognize tho validity of the town wns lonjj and windThe daughter and with his own cleverness thnt they were treaty Lord Lansdowuc ing nnd on hot lnys there was very John Putnam little shade for some way It was a ready to coincide with him in whatever Is ns persistent ns ever on this point farmer living son of Hornsbys Benda near and however willing he may bo tc Miniiy luly afternoon when I propped he might like to say Hut peace returned to the little cot abrogate it tie will vigorously main Tex were drowned in the Colorado my bicycle ngntust the hank nnd the peace of lod tain tho potentiality of the Clayton river leaned buck luxuriously in the shad tage that night W C Anson who has been buying which passeth all understanding Hulwcr treaty until such time as both ow of the pine tree under the and nothing came to mar their happi signatories shall have agreed to its horses nnd mules for the British govnoridiiiI could catch foxgloves ernment has bought half a block in glimpses of the distant blue moun- ness until one day a great grief befell abrogation the business center of Fort Worth A high official in the course of contains and the lake sparkling in the them Jawseph granted the loan of the versation with a representative of the Tex and will erect four fine buildsunshine and it wns not easy to start precious tricycle to an Inexperienced press said Americans seem to think ings again along the hot dusty road Three women have been arrested at young man who had been very For the moment nlmost decided ing They watched him wheel it press- ve are trying to delay tho construc- Mcnn Ark pending nn investigation away tion of the canal but this is entirely go on to the few cottages by not to trembling and a strong wrong We arc just ns anxious us into the death of a Mexican whose the roadside where some of my old with fear and of presentiment coming evil They they to see it completed and arc will- body was found in a well people lived were It is reported that 22000 women I was just beginning to feel news almost prepared for the bad ing to do almost anything to fuiither and children are gathered in the lioer when the young man appeared ashamed of myself nnd trying to later on with a rueful face He had that end Hut we dont want to see a concentration camps in South Africa treaty wo made in good faith torn and are m need of supplies In May shake off my laziness when looking fallen into a ditch down the road my eyes rested on a brake he was very and broken the up like n piece of waste paper and 318 children died sorry but had no wu still consider most extraordinary object that we nre entitled money with which to get it mended Prof lU inheig Hegas the German to some quid pro quo for the relinWas it a reaping machine running It did not seem Mich a terrible cal seulptrr lias received 500000 marks quishment of our trenty rights away with a bath chair Or some amity to him but to it lor his work upon tho Bismarck meA special cable terrible Instrument of torture being the crushing of all their them nomeant joys more ing recentthe Nicaragua dispatch say morial com eyed to the museum in the town route had that wonderful journeys along the high The opening of the Wichita nnd Or just a mangled heap of tricycles road no fresh nir for the poor in been practically settled and that Kiowa reservations to white settle- Â¬ Lord Iauneefote being lowed slowly home in consequence G will be valid drawing on gaed and gazed till my eyes were When I heard the woeful story I of- would not return to tho United ment and August applicant by be on will every lots dazzled ami still slowly ponderously fered as delicately as I could to pay for States caused much amusement It H absolute equality Nob says the strange object advanced hidden the mending and left half a crown for utterly unfounded On the highest George Worthmnn a Chicago stock he storm also struck Lynch at ffcn now nnd tin i by a cloud of dust or the purpose Hut next time I found authority it mny be stated that Lord brokctywas robbed of a box of jewels a sharp turn in the road 1auneefoto will remain nmbassaJor vnlucd at over 10U0 on a New Yorii oclock Thursday night and threw the trieicle still unmended nnd then over several buildings No ono was It readied my shady spot at Inst and it was that first of all I discovered to the United States for the rest of Central train Lynch three farmI could see that it was an ancient trihis days or as long as lie cares to retheir extreme poverty Holmes employed at tho hurt Southwest of Josephine cycle of marvelous construction to houses were blown to xieces and two They hoped I would not be angry tain the position Continental Tobacco Cos plant in persons wero badly injured Evert which was attached a still more an but they had spent the money on bread BIG CRUCIBLE STEEL PLANT SL Louis was scalped while at work Uicards brick house on tho Niobrara cient bath chair An old man worked they were so hungry My eves filled her hair having become caught In a wns blown down and a child was bad the tricycle the perspiration pouring with tears and they looked intensely evolving wheel of the machinery ly injured Farmers along the south down his face while his wife sat in the relieved that I was not vexed It Will CnM ii Million Dollar and l side of tho Niobrara were hailed out Will Give ICmiiloyment to hair with a look of awed delight on It is not easy to help north country MORE TROUBLE IMMINENT of their crops her face Set en Hundred Men people with their proud independent They did not look around them but spirit and I hail to be very careful The storm followed a Striking Miners nt Muttenwnn direction from Lynch southeasterly to Badger gazed steadfastly in front as they ad Pittsburgh riTunc 22 Contracts The Vu Armed nnd Threaten Â¬ W vanced slowly up the hill where it demolished three residences have been awarded by tho Colonial ing to Mnke Trouble Mrs When they had disappeared In the nnd several small buildings Steel Co for the buildings nnd a porJames Fershall wife of a prominent distance 1 tried hard to recall where I tion of the big crucible steel plunt to Mntteawan W Va June 22 More ranchman and owner of the Badger had seen the two plaint old people be erected by James W Brown Geo trouble is imminent here The strik- mills was so badly frightened as a and it then Hashed into my mind that A llowo and other former stockaro they lived In one of a group of cottages holders of the Crucible Steel Co of ing miners manymarching around the result of the storm that she died a carrying Winches- few hours later in a lane leading from the main road America at Colonia a new town on entrances ters All coal operations aro closed 1 had missed my way one day and Later reports indicate that tho the Ohio river adjoining Monaca The stopped to ask for a drink of water at plant is expected to cost in the neigh but thu operators will endeavor to storm extended throughout tho Up their cottage borhood of 1000000 make the fin resume Monday with new non union per Klkhorn and Keya Paha valleys ocSeising my bicycle I determined to doing much damago to crops est kinds of strictly crucible steel men Friday evening a skirmish follow this old couple and learn the nnd employ 700 men It is expected curred in which 100 shots were fired A WESTERN BENEFACTOR toy u jlii history of their wonderful machine Hint the plnnt will be finished ready Only a few were injured und none killed Sheriff Hatfield and a largo They were sitting in the little kitch for operation within six or eight Gives a en when I arrived the old man tender force of deputies aro at the Lick Fork lu Anonymous Millionaire months Million Towards UstauliNh- ly watching his invalid wife in anxiety mine where it is feared an attempt lnir lcoples Churches Acquitted a Jury may bo made to destroy property lest the ride should have been too much for her Omaha Neb June 22 Chas K Cot- Gov White has not yet been called on Record-HeralThe walls of the room were covered ton former cashier of the First na- for tho state militia but ho may be Chicago June 22 The says of all descriptions but with clonks tional bank of Syracuse Neb lias asked at any time I WILL LOVE THKM FREELY On tho Rockefeller and Carnegia most of them had stopped and some been acquitted by the jury in the fedPOSTAL SERVICE SUPPLIES plan of endowing colleges nnd libra ticked feebly as if wearing out with but they did not again want for food upon which he eral court Charges whose ries a western benefactor age like the old watchmaker who loved Still I noticed a little cloud on An was trted were those of making false Illllona of Stumps StuinnbooUi name for the present is withheld has each of them so dearly face but it was a long time before entries in books making false renas St mailed Envelope Wrapper placed in escrow in a Denver bank A little expressed admiration of she would tell me what it was that ports to the comptroller of tho treasand Postal Card Issued 1000000 in securities for the pursome of the quaint carved oak cases troubled her One day in a burst of ury and abstracting funds of the pose of establishing churches throughsoon warmed the hearts of the two confidence she said tell yo wat bank Ill Washington June 22 Third Assist out the country following tho lines old people and before long I was sit troobles got everything ready ant Postmaster General Madden has Inid down by Dr II W Thomas of Hurl IliiHHclt Committed for Trial ting by them listening to the story of against I inc Ise Ive nae slirrod an dee but London June 22 Knrl Hussell re given out a comparative statement of this city The administration of this their ancient tricycle 1 should be sae hnppy if I juist had Anna canna dae withoot fresh air that but Im prayin an I do believe appeared in tho Bow Street police tho issue of postage stamps stamp fund has been confided to Dr Thomas she pines and pines indooers but she Jod will send yan tae me Aye but court to day on a charge of bigamy books stamped envelopes newspaper nd men nctive in promoting the lib The legal has line poower to stan and she maun I wad be happy an a if I juist had a and was committed for trial The wrappers and postal cards from 1890 tral church movement lying or slttln a day bonny shroud against I dee bide llggln court was crowded Among those to 1901 Including an estimate for formalities Incident to the assumption 15 days of this month tho of trust were completed Friday and long Hut Ise n rash strong auld 1 thought long over this trouble I present was the woman Mrs Somcr tho Inst man nnd I made a plan and yan day I did not want to weaken her faith by villc whom the carl claims is his total number of these postal arti- tho organization of tho Peoples office Church of America was made by tho bought an mild tricycle and fixed her Mipplylng the money nnd I knew It wife and to whom ho was married in cles issued by tho post department to tho post offices election of a board of directors as chair on t front and noo she can would grieve her if I did She would Reno Nev In 1000 of the country during tho present fis follows President Dr II W Thomas gang not every day think it hnd seemed like asking but I Will Celebrate Golden WciltllnR cal year is reported at 5711659 an ricc president and treasurer F L The gentle old woman gazed with ad need not have troubled Carbondalc 111 June 22 The goldmiration tit her maister and looked Directors John P Alt She was sitting by the fire with a en wedding of Isaac B Lapp will be Increase of 1510099160 or 30 per cent Eberhart over tho total issue in 1890 Their to- peld Georgo W Boman W L W to me for sympathy Ihey both beaming face when I went there next celebrated at his home in this city tal value is reported at 105150338 Ormsbee Jenkin Lloyd Jones seemed overwhelmed with his clever- time He Its coom she cried evening ness and originality heered ma praaycr an Mrs Hitson Monday architect Mr Rapp is a well an increaso of 25972327 or 33 per The anonymous benefactor is said having had charge cent over 1890 An a the laadies an gentlemen brought me a flannel gown she had nae known formerly to have been a resident of look at us on t roaad as if she was t use for Its worn doon t front but of tho Normal university building and Chicago and a devoted parishioner of Farewell Testimonial queen herself not ridin Ise patched It oop and the patches Newell houso in this city und other Chicago June 22 Members of tho Dr Thomas Of late years he has reI hardly wondered that all the la- will never show when they fold my prominent buildings in southern 1111 Union Pnrk Congregational church sided in tho west whore he is said to npls dies and gentlemen turned to gaze in hands ower like this gnvc a farewell reception Friday have accumulated a vast fortune Over amazement at the strange machine Her cup was full to overflowing that tt or mil ii Clnlm Growing night to their retiring pastor Dr Ihe signature of Secretary Hunter the and its owners but I could not say a day and as I looked through the lat- Â¬ Berlin Juno 22 It is ofllcially ad- Frederick A Noblcand presented 1dm following statement was given out word to mar their intense pride and tice window on my way down the path Work will commenco actively in mitted that Germany desires to in a testimonial fund of 5000 delight in the precious tricycle al- I saw the two sitting together Jaw September in establishing Peoples though I had n great feor that some sepli reading nloud from the groat crente her claim from 12000000 to To Consolidate Commands churches throughout tho country a day they would all come to grief to- Hlble and Anna tenderly folding the JC 11000000 because tho first figure Washington Juno 22 It has been benefactor having mado this possible does not includo expenses borne by gether beloved shroud while the clocks ticked determined to consolidate tho depart- by depositing with tho Miners Aid and When we had fully discussed the sub cheerily on the walls and I thought Germany in China frdm May to July ment of Alaska with tho department Trust Co of Denver securities This demand about tallies with Ger ject of tho tricycle r asked if they they ticked faster than usual as If of tho Columbia both to bo under the amounting to 1000000 to bo drawn manys actual outlay would like me to come nnd read to they too were rejoicing with the old command of Gen Randall who is now by tho church for that purpose Tho Old Wolfs face watclimakerand his wife The Quiver them sometimes A Flood of Money in command in Alaska plan is to doublo the amount of money nt once Its n lang time syne clouded New York Juno 22 There will be any community may raise toward es1so oppened t Hulk Its llggln lying StrtiKKlCN Knlnnt the Stream Commissions Sinned disbursed on July 1 In this city the tablishing a Peoples church on t parlor table with a iloouer pot By hard litirc work I cleared 10 enormous sum of Washington Juno 22 The presi between 120000000 Will llctiirn in October on t top he said bitterly day to and 125000000 in interest and divi dent signed the following commisTaris Juno 22 A dispatch received Aye Jnwscph his wife said genHoW sions Horace N Allen of Ohio min dend payments according to conservaI resisted five people who wanted tly It wnd dne me guid tae hear a bit Nathan V Unrlan hero from Pckin says an official proctive estimates and this sum will ister to Corea o t Hulk yanco niair me to join five new clubs nt 2 dues United States attorney for tho district lamation has been issued there anbreak all previous records for July nouncing that the emperor will re Wecl Annn If thoo wants thoo each Chicago Iteedrd Hernld of Nebraska division No 3 disbursements turn to Pckin in October This world n Gods l brighter than we cvtr dream or know Its burdens growln lighter an Its Love that makes em o An Im thankful that Im llvln where Loves blessedness I see Neath a heaven thats forglvln where the bells ring Home to me F L Stanton In AtlaMa Constitution n Â¬ the belts answered There was iikAti XkM London Juno 22 In a tentative easy going sort of way the cabinet has begun to consider tho Nicaragua treaty matter Lord Paunccfotc lias explained many things to Lord Lans downe the foreign eecretary and tho latter Is once more grappling tho problem It is needless to bay that tho foreign office has no intention of hurrying nnd in the course of a month or so it may come to a deci- Â¬ sion This will take the form of In- Â¬ structions to Lord Iauncefotc who will return to the United States These instructions will probably not bo ofilclully communicated to the sent to jail at Harrisburg 111 accused of gambling St Louis brokers expect that tho cotton crop this jear will bo largo and prices may go lower State Auditor T C Monroo of Ar kansas had one of his eyes extracted by a surgeon John Kaufman aged 72 Is dead at 111 Ridgcway Ho was a Mexican war veteran and pioneer A bitter temperance contest in Hell county Tex resulted In an majority of 1000 Stcvo West colored wanted for murder nt Vicksburg MIbs was ar rested at Port Gibson Melitow Iarcz a Mexican attempt Â¬ ed to break up an Indian dance rt Little Hivcr Okta and wns killed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ REYISED LIST OF KILLED INJURED U ClTIM The To itu of Xnpor Almost Destroyed Ijncli Uot n Touch of the Storm ScTernl HulldlnKH the Torrn New York iut Vicinity Iliidly iiuflon llclnir cuco Wrecked Philadelphia 1 Totals 1639079233 1270773S pi S ua J4SlC6i5 877 182 S74 351 431 1S I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Till Â¬ cr ld elght-yenr-ol- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Omaha Neb June 22 Dispatches from Nnpcr Neb the scene of Thurs day s tornado do not change materially tho earlier reports Bertliu Anderson has been added to the list of killed und her mother Mrs August Anderson will probably die A revised list of the dead and injured is as follows The Dead Jacob Greening cged 05 Maggie Greening aged 13 John Greening nged 8 Mary Greening aged 0 Jacob Greening nged 3 Clara Anderson nged 7 Ida Anderson aged 5 Bertha Anderson aged 10 The Injured Mrs Jncob Greening seriously Theodore Anderson aged 8 dan gerously Mrs August Anderson in a critical condition Otto Metz severe bruises Henry Metz leg broken Hireet communication by telegraph nnd telephone is still cut off and there are several washouts on the Klkhorn road cane und west of fctuart Funerals of eight victims of tho tornado were held Friday afternoon and hundreds of people from Hols county and the ICeya Pnha valley ut tended the services Xnpcr Almost Destroyed The little town of Naper is almot entirely destroyed Tho people are gathered in the few buildings left standing among them a church and tclioolliouse and provisions and clothing arc being sent in from surrounding towns One peculiar incident of the storm was the case of Itev L E Barnes who was in his barn preparing to drive across the country when tho storm struck Tho bam wns lifted bodily und shattered to fragments but Mr Barnes and tho horses es caped without injury At Lynch und Vicinity A special to the Bee from Butte Â¬ Â¬ Now Orleans Minneapolis 13etrolt Ufcvoland Louisville Milwaukee Huffnlo inalia Indianapolis IJcnvc r Ialtlmoro ban I rnnclscu Cincinnati Kansas City LlsPittsburgh lrt07 41540890 1537Sl 1702Oj 860 232 2SJ1 l 114 2291449 23U12j3 44526305 25 22214 Wjl MKMK 1022S74 KS2SWI 24 27 62CiH 9KH4M t3672C7 149 199r 121 2 7 V IJnrtfonl 1 nalveston Montreal Toronto A Illchmond ulPdo M82747 42U5244 23S1SU S67SSMi GV10IJ 34 218 12 51 51 321 lMltrtll 3ll51 12514076 5C43000 256 201 132 Â¬ services Tribute of Friendship Pittsburgh Pa June 22 It is stat Â¬ ed that Andrew Carnegie will erect a monument to James G Blaine A personal friendship of many years and warm admiration for tho great chain pion of American industries inspira tho philanthropist in his undertaking HIh Occupation one Taris June 22 Agoncillo the European rcprcrentativo of Aguinaldo has given up his apartments hero nnd left for Marseilles It is said ho U about to return to his own country there being no further use for his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ en suffering The percentage of fatall ties is very large Will Xot Wed llnlfonr New York June 22 a London ca bio says that tho Morning Post announces that the marriage of Miss Sar toris granddaughter of Gen Ulysses S Grant nnd Mr Archibald Balfour will not take place No reason is giv Mud Dorm In Chicago Chicago June 22 Four dogs afflicted with rabies ran riot in the dif Kciiiliie trln In ew York New York June 22 A new equina disease similar in Its symptoms to grip in human beings has made iti appearance among tho horses in New York-- and fully 10000 arc said to ba Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ferent sections of the city Friday and at different hours causing consternation and terror by their at tacks until each had been dispatched by n bullet Several children and adults were bitten by tho mad aui mals Weekly llnnk Statement Â¬ Â¬ New York June 22 The statoment nt tho nssoclatfd banks for tho week enillni to day shows jouis jw2irww increase Jlssi400 Deposits 92S1420O decrease l3j00O 1C Circulation J3oSS700 docre se JOO 4SS20O Tnctil tflmTorfl t79f0O- - Inprnaa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 213711030 Iteservo required decroasia Surplus C611350 decreace J2170775 Itlier Acits i CliancelHalnill Stations iaiUKe2l hoursln 24 hrt 43 1lttt burKh ol 10 234 20 Cincinnati 1 St Louis 129 80 SI St Paul fO 06 32 3 Davenport 01 I JtemphlH Ii 06 01 102 Ioulsvlllc 02 -- 04 5 Cairo Specie Keservos 17325fl90O decrease f3Br5VX J2022240O decrease J250S30a yr 1 Â¬ iJiMA f New Orleans SS 02 Fall Trace THE MARKETS SATURDAY - d Grain nnd 1rorlslonn June 21 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Flour Patents J35Q6G5 St Louis other criles J21iii340 Wheat No 2 red 2 Corn No mixed 434e M4l7oc 2 Onts No 2nc Hay Timothy j fn 50 10 on 15W prairie clovor JsWSll 1200 Creamery llutter 174ai Epf s dplry lKiillc Fresh 8J9c lanl Choice stetm SBSe Pork New mets S1375 llacon Clear rib Uc Wool Tub washed KV2l jc Missouri and Illinois medium combliur lCiU17c othei trades VSulW angcra uoat hair Sjl5c Wheat- Chlcatro Closing nuotntlons June tolc July CCe September C6Jic 43c September Corn June 4234r July 41c Oatn June 27vc July 27c Sep Pork June J1472i tembcr WiliZfhc September JHMW Lard July ll2 June js70 July J70 September JS75 December Jv27j November 853 Jan uary JS13 lllbs Jun VU75S10 July JOfVijslo September JSliJi October 7i2V2raS33 S07ViJ January Live Stock- - Markets St Louis Cattle Fancy exports J375H 610 butchers 42JiE70 Ftockers J273U 4 CO 25051450 irojr cows and helfara Facklnp 5nG10 butchers i500a224 light sheip 4736563 Sleep Mutton 32Jlf3A0 lambs 37425 spring lambs Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cattle Good to prime steers poor to medium 35CKii630 450Q510 71 Blockers and feeders J2W4M65 cows 7Cnji600 canners 2WJ f4S5 heifers 265 calves J4uE0 Texas fed steers Texas ltd steers 42a5040 425Jrf40 JSSOyd 10 Hogs Mixed and butchers to choice heavy joHatftjnvi rougrt 5S0B590 light leavy 57si300 Sheep Good to choice wethers J4OoH440 fair ta 375ft4 10 western sheep choice mlxod 4250460 1001430 yearlings natv 5ZS 1755535 Chicago lambs J100i2s26 wt storu lambs J5O03J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kansas City Cattle Native beef steers t255T5Jo Texas J50065b0 Toxaa storm grassers 423tff525 Texas cows 26303rj natlvo cows and heifers 300iio00 Block- Â¬ ers and feeders 3 50rt00 calves 350if tOO Hogs Heavy 60010 packers 5 SQ00 light jwvy J5SOJJG00 mixed 5W yorkers 5700335 Sheep Muttons 3503475 lamba JIf0Q510 grass Texans 3004370 Â¬ lows Bt Louis 81 Memphis btc Quotations for middling rangs ns fol lCc Cotton New York 8 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Now York Junn 22 Money on call nominal prlmo mercantilo paper 3iVlS per cent Sterling exchango nominal with actual business In bankers bills at 48 for demand and at 4S5ftr4SSi for CO davi posted rates iHVi aid 4S9 commerctnl bills 4S49iiff6H Sller certificates nom- Â¬ inally 00 liar silver 5D Mexican dol- larn 471V fltntA linnria lnntlv vallfv bonus steady government bonds firmer Ilnnnclnl jt tjiA Mk K fb -- Swftt SALEM NEWS A CARD OF CttlTTENDEN szsmmra mmsmsmmzmmzismzsffizsffi zsmwmmzmmss TO THE VOTEUS J WALKER Publisher frionds of tho various political partios and having rocoivod tho ONK DOLLAR ONKTKAR To quality nnd any storo is as nomination of my party without reliable ns ours nnd any goods in anopposition I tako ploasuro ANNOUNCEMENTS lion John K Ilondrick of nouncing that I am a candidate as dependable ns our New Sinithland was hero Sunday night for ro olootion to tho oflico of Ontury arrivals FOR COUNTS JIMXJK and loft Monday morning for Ma county court clork and hopo that We nru authorized to announce rion to attend court John has you will givo my claims due conm 1C ROCHESTER some warm frionds horo who aro sideration and any and all favors a u mdidutv for reelection ax County 1 Jinlui of tho Crittenden County Court always glad tc soo him Wo hopo shown mo in this matter will bo biilijoil to tho action of the Democratic to seo him our next govornor duly and kindly appreciated and IlltN And you will realize that it Monday was Squire Stovens re if re elected I promise a faithful will pay you in dimes and FOK COUNT V ATTORNEY gular court day and sovoral cases aud impartial discharge of tho dudollars to trade horo are authorized to aunounco wero disposed of by compromise ties of said office as I havo ovor WILLIAM 11 CLARK Tho case howovor of Goorgo Con tried to do in tho past and pormit Ruchters Durable Paints are Made on Purpose to be BEST sub a candidate for County Attorney vs Mr Morritt was fought to mo to return you my hoartfolt sa ject to the nctiou of the Democratic yers He will greatly appreciate your a finish Conyors dancing to the thanks for your many acts of party A COMPLETE LINE OF COFFINS AND CASKETS rupiort tune of 1750 cost This marks n kindness extended mo and for tho We are authorized to announce now opoch in Goorgos careor this confidence reposed in mo ns your 2 OEORGE D KEMP is his first Watorloo on tho field public sorvant and friend in tho as a candidate for the Democratic nom Ho was ropro by gono years and during all of illation for Tailor of Crittenden comity of legal contost subject to the action of the Democratic sontcd by attorney John Mooro of which time I havo endeavored to party Marion but ho is no match for bo faithful to tho trusts confided We are authorized to nnnouneo our owii dear Ike who is always to me in tho discharge of all of J P SAMUELS to scrap my oflicial duties required by law a caididate for Assessor of Crittenden ready willing and ablo unty subject to the action of the in a logal way with any that dare but how far short 1 havo come Democratic party moasuro lances with him you aro to bo tho judges and We are authorized to announce At tho Coinmorcial Club moot knowing that your judgment will DAVE WOODS ing Monday night there was some bo just I submit my entiro ease as candidate for re election to the ollice nico railroad talk mado and some with you and whatever decision uf Cleric of the Crittenden county court practical work douo in the way of you may render next Novoinber 1SKI Election No raising money to pay tho bonds will bo choerfully accepted by mo Respectfully yours plodged by tho club committee W Phillips hill thence to Roo D Woo us Co Clork Senator Doboo and a delegation Wo aro expecting Mr Barnes and Criders thonco to Mr Birds who that visited tho President a fow his ongineors hero this week to lives on tho north end of the old days ago sny that Mr McKinloy commonco driving down stakes Crittenden County Court Win Walker survey of land from his intention of along tho proposed routo from attain announced Size of a twenty cent piece to Apkil Term 1501 thence to tho Applegato Mines re appointing the Kentucky Fed Carrsvillo to Kuttawa size of a door knob It appearing to tho court from road near John Wests thonco Prices 1 eral ojlieo holdors Mr Hearne President of the 5 10 and up tho report of tho sheriff of this with said road to Tradowator rivor Eaglo Fluor Spar Co who was Wo ouglit to send n delegation county that at tho last gonoral at Applogato Nunns old mill At Ormes Drugstore called to his homo in Wheeling LEVI COOK of good road enthusiasts to tho si to and that said John West and Marion Ky election hold Nov 1500 in preW Vh a fow weoks ago on ac convention at Hopkinsvillo July known as Marion No 4 Win Rich aro to voto at Rosobud count of his wifes illness return- cincts 11 Tho larger tho delegation the Bells Mines known as No 10 and all that part of said precinct on ed Sunday Ho will now push the Seven Years in Bed better There aro hundreds of us Piney known as No 11 there south sido of said line shall be work on his big mineral mill here who never saw n good road and a wero cast in each of said voting known as Rosebud Procinot No Will wonders novor ceasoV in to an early completion poop at a half milo ot tho track precincts a greater numbor than 13 and tho voting placo for samo quiro tho friends of Mrs L Poaso Mrs Ronoy and daughter Miss would be worth an hour in t ho old 350 votes is hereby fixed and located at or Lawrence Kan They know sho Maud caino down from Marion Established 1887 John Robinson show therefore ordered by tho near Rosobud church and all that had not been ablo to loavo hor bed It is Inst weok and wont to Stnithland court that each of said precincts part of said precinct on tho north in seven years on account of Kid- Capital paid up 20K0 As our townsman Mr Yandoll on legal business bo divided into two voting pre- side of said lino shall bo called ney and fcLivor trouble nervous Surplus 7G0l Stato Superintendent McChes cincts each as follows 1st Mari- Bells Mines Prooinct No 12 and prostration and general debility defeated by an Wts Wo offer to depositors and patrons man named lames for the Mar noy and wife of Frankfdrt aro on No 4 but in ordor to make tho voting placo is located on or but three bottlo of Eloctric Bit facility which their balances busi nhalship the way to oven tho thing spending a fow days horo with re- proper division of same it is first noar tho Morganfiold and Marion tors enabled mo to walk so fho everyand resjionsibility warrant ness man latives this week up is to defeat an J W BLUE PreT-ordered that tho line betwoen Ma- road whoro tho Heath Mountain writes and in throo months 1 felt T J YANDELL Cashier Mrs Poarl Rutter of Carrsville rion No 3 and Marion No 4 bo so road leaves samo or near thero liko a now person by our follow townsman named Women sufWo may pro is tho guest of Mrs Henry Woold changed as to run whore it origi- and on tho lands now owned by E fering from headache backache James for Congress perly remark however that our ridgo this weok nally ran to wit Beginning in L Nunn and Loyd Posoy nervousness slooplessnoss melan- Â¬ Notice James is not oven distantly related Mrs Isboll and Misses Isbell aud tho town ofMariononMain street choly fainting and dizzy spells Want to exchange it young milk A copy attest to the other Jamos politically Poo who have been visiting rela- thence oast with Bollvillo street will finditapriceloss blessing try cow without calf for a yoarling D Woods Clork speaking tives and friends here and in tho thence with Bollvillo street to the it satisfaction guaranteed only oalt or male calf country for somo days rotumed new Portor mill road thonco with 50o at Ormes J MlPhilhps With a corps of engineors sur Tuesday to thoir homo in Bowling 8amo via W J Brantleys to tho Window 8tiados all sizes and It Tolu Ky veying a railroad from Kuttawa to Groon old Portor mill road at Albert Cri I havo a cottago houso with four Walkers colors at Boston Carrsvillo via Dycusburg and Sa Misses Helen and Addio Boyd ders house leaving voting prerooms and hall in desirable sec lem and another corps locating a Notice mado a business trip to Marion cincts 3 and 4 as originally made tion of tho town for salo Largo line from Marion to tho Ohio rivby the court August 8 1892 and Tuosday All persons indebted Jto ostato lot and good improvements er there oncht to bo ample room of tho lato W J Howorton by Roy Threlkold who has a posi- that No 4 bo and tho samo is di J W Blue Jr noto or account now past duo will for a complete restoration of tho tion in tho bank at Marion camo vided as follows Beginning on giod fellowship botweon all points Main stroot in tho town of Marion ploaso come forward aud sottlo down on a visit Sunday How It Is Done named Lot us have another mee thonco with Bank stroot to tho with us as his administrators or Miss Faunio Finloy of Marion ting of coinmorcial clubs street oast of school house lot In summer can be prevented at Tho first object in lifo of tho wo will bo forced to resort to law has been tho guest of Miss Myra T thonco south with said street to W bytaklnsr which wo desireltojavoid Stovens sovoral days A American people is to got rich A Depot street thence east with said tho second how to regain good Tho tuxos to lie colloctod by the GJW JHoworton Dr RJ Morns resident dent Dopot Itonq hnnnflrlnl In summer ns street and Piney Crook health Tho first can bo obtained R L Moore various sheriffs of tho countios of you are woak or In winter If ist of Marion will bo in our city church or Whoelor road to the by onorgy honesty and saving you up Kentucky tins your amounts to2- run down It will build 2 and aud all partita Caldwoll county lino via Pinoy Send for free sample tho second good health by using 7liii0 V2 Jollorsou county heads Jul DOWNE Chemists SCOTT needing dental work should call creok Baptist church New York 409 415 Pearl Street and tho vo the list with a contribution to tho Greons August 1 lower Should 50c inu lw an uruKK on him ting places in each of said preyou bo a despondent sufferer from PAN AMERICAN FXP05ITI0N linancial wolfaro of tho public in- lho farmers report tho wheat cincts are located in the town of any of tho effects of Dyspopsia stitutious of tho Stato tho sum of Best reched by tho Liver Complaint Appendicitis Marion and all voters living on while Monafeo hrin s croP good Slilfir7 Iudigostion etc such as Sick It is hard for Harloy Mo our tho north side of said lino will vote II ui tho roar witli oulv S21L Headaoho Palpitation of tho ico man to keop us cool these hot in procinot hereby called No 4 Crit tendons share is SI lf17o R Heart Sour Stomach Habitual Tho morcury has gono to and all voters on tho south sido which oxcoods tho amount paid by days Costivoness Dizziness of the Through service via siompliis Louia Y7 other counties of said lino will voto in precinct nnd is a pretty 102 ovory day for four days villo Cincinnati and Cleveland rirvMv w Head Nervous Prostration Lw on anuanor good showing if it wore not for John Piorco wont to Chipps called No 5 Juno l and consisting of Spirits etc you nood not suffer tho fact that il counties woro lake last Sunday fishing and hun It is further ordered that Pinoy another day Two doses of the lined up ahead of us ting Rose SLEEPING CAR precinct bo aud tho samo is divid Palatable woll known August Flowor will Norman Farms who is in bad ed as follows viz By Pinoy creek WITHOUT CHANGE roliovo you at onco Go to Jas Hotter than Calomel nnd Quinlno Roll of Honor health goes to tho Sulphur Spring All that part of said procinot on no arsenic Contains Betwoen H Ormo or Robt F Haynos and oast sido of said crook shall be THE OLD RELIABLE got a samplo bottlo froo Regular The following named havo paid or in that neighborhood Sunday known as East Pinoy or Shady sizo 75 cents thoir subscriptions to the Pnuss He has hoart trouble Got Groons Prizo Mrs Hugh Glenn of Craynovillo Grovo precinct No 15 and voting Excellent General Tonic since our last report Almanac was visiting hor paronts horo last place for samo shall be at Shady J W Fox Fraucos Grovo and all that part of said As woll as weok a sure euro for J W Gi vens Marion And said procinot on tho west sida of Mr Portor of Hopkinsvillo was R E Dowoll Wellington Kan said crook shall bo known as Wo3t horo a tow days this week and J W Guoss Tolu Pinoy prooinot No 1 J and voting Mrs Doboo and Miss Neal of placo J M Klapp Jonesboro Ark Malarial IFovovors in samo shall be at or near Pinoknoyvillo wero in town shop Doans storo Swamp b overs J 0 Parsons Stnithland I koop constantlyon hand rough and Bilious Fovors ping and visiting Tuosday W 0 llazon Ark lumber of all dimensions and am An It is further ordered by tho evening departure from New Orleans Chas McMican Fords Ferry IT NEVER FAILS proparod to fill bills on short notice Zinc Road court that Bolls Minos Prooinot bo and a morning arrival at Buffalo ilno Raglan Hardosty W A DAVIDSON Just what you need ntthts season dividod in accordance with tho ro Dudley Popo Marion Levias Ky Didnt Marry for Honey MILD LAXATIVE port of B L Nunn R N Grady J B Ford Pinoy NERVOUS SEDATIVE Tho Bpston man who rooently and others as follows SPLENDID TONIC Husband married a sickly rich voting woBoginning whore tho Blackford DINING CAR SERVICE AND Notice If you havo a weak norvous dobilita Guaranteed by your Druggists man iB hnppy now for ho got Dr road loaves the Woaton and Mat- BUFFET LIBRARY CARS tod wife do not scold or become impati will rocoivo bids for hotel and Kings Now Lifo Pills which re- toon road near Dont tako any substitute Try it J H HukIiob ent with hor but givo hoj kind treatstored hor to nnrfnnt Minnltli Ti En route Particular of agents of tho lunch stand at Hurricane camp fallible for jaundice ment loving words and Morloya Livor Illinois Contral nnd connecting 50 ct and 1 Bottles biliousness thonco an easterly course with said lines 13 11101 Soo mo or ad until July and Kidnoy Cordial to renovate rogu malaria fovor and aguo and ovory Blaokford road by Bakers sohool WM MURRAY D P A Now Orleans Prepared by Robinson Pettet Co lato and strongthon hor systom and sho dross at Tolu Ivy or meot mo on liver and stomaoh trouble gontlo house leaving said sohool house iNCOIUOHATKn will soon bo your healthy happy hotter JNO A SCOTT D P A Memphis grounds on abovo date but offootivo only 25o at Qrmos houso on tho right thonco on up LOUISVILLE KY half Pricogl Sold nt J II OrmosAH HANSON 0 p a Chicago T A Minnor drug storo said road to tho foot of tho John OfHHHOiOiHOMiHOifbdrug storo W A KELLOND aqpa Louisville Interesting Items Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WALTER WALKER Manager The Railroad StilLon Top Other County At tho solicitation of many iMiil--pN- i Close Your Eyes If 3K Bunds Keep liem Open the mm2umsmumsm Watches 250 Â¬ Â¬ Jeweler Â¬ Marion Bank Â¬ Â¬ out-of-tow- n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ out-of-tow- n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I FLESH I Â¬ Srntts Fmiikinn 1 1 Â¬ f ji KK0-K-KKKKK- Hughes9 Illinois CentrallR Chill Tonic WW I New Orleans k Chills Fever Lumber m Sale i Â¬ Buffalo Â¬ -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i r V Wtf R J THE SNEED GOAL LANDS ftess - Dr Prazer Tuosday was in Blackford DISTRICT CONFERENCE THE LAST DAYS OF THE- - 0 WALKER WALTER WALKER OBITUARIES J P Piorco is in Madisonvillo this wook Being Made to Open Publisher Of Princeton District Now in Preparations Manogor These Valuable Mines Bob Robinson has boon quito Session in This City sick for sovoral days 10 will bo published freo of charge ovor 10 lines at C cent por lino RESPECT--eiO- Not exceeding lines All RESOLUTIONS OF Chas Browning of Evansvillo was in town yestorday Senator Doboo roturnod from Washington yestorday Dr Morris tho dontist will bo John Moore was in Salom last in Salom noxt wook week on logal business S H Cassidy of Dyousburg was in town Monday J 0 Brown tho rivor man of Tolu is attonding court horo J H Clifton of Dyousburg is Misses Helen and Addio Boyd attonding court this weok of Salom woro in town Tuosday Honry McGoodwin of Caldwell Collin Piorco of St Louis is county was in town Saturday visiting his rolntivos at this placo Miss Aguos Davis roturnod to Sonator N W Utloy of Eddy lior homo in Carthago Mo last villo is attonding tho District Con wook Thoro is to bo a big barbocuo on Lnrapin Branch noar Dyousburg Jnly 4th Urobs and Patrick tho inulo buy on will bo in this oily Monday Inly 1st Â¬ foronce Misses Inez and Gortie Nelson of Hampton aro guests of Miss Maud Hurley Tho little son of Frank Mooro residing near Mattoon died Fri day morning Â¬ Goo Yancoy ono of tho thriv A barbocuo will bo given near ing iiorchants of Dycusburg was Francos on July th L S Rush in town Tuesday ing is manager Torn collar bands and cuffs al P E Cook has returned fiom ways repaired by tho Magnot laun Paducah and has takon chargo of dry free of chargo Â¬ Â¬ tho poultry house Mrs M D Roney and Miss jf hor sistor Mrs Gr E Grissomi Maud Roney visited friends in of Sturgis last weok Smithland last wook Dr R J Morris will bo in Sa Mr E J Hayward and family m noxt Monday Tuesday Wed are tho guests of Mr Haywards nesday and Thursday mothor in Dycusburg Mr Howell Donnell a protni Prominent among the delegates nont timber man of Uniontown attending tho conference is Judge Monday was in this city J C Johnson of Greenville Mr Carat Wallaco the promi Road tho ad of Kittingor nent young merchant of Sturgis city Monday was in this Stinnett in this issue and takoad vantage ol somo of their hot wea Prof Charles Evans will con thor bargains duct the Trigg county Teachers lnstitulo nt Cadiz next wook S H Cassidy of DyoiiBburg has discovered a very fine mineral Romombor that tho Magnot two miles oast laundry guarantees its work to bo spring on his farm of Dycusburg Roy Gilbort agent Satisfactory Tho regular Juno teachers ex A 1 horso portablo Russell on aminations woro hold in this city line and light pony saw rig for Friday and Saturday There wore salo cheap Terms oasy ton applicants for certificates Piorco Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Noil Cossitt was tho guest Tho Princoton District Confer ence convonod at tho Methodist church in this city this mor- Â¬ About forty ministors ning nnd dologatos aro in attendance Yostorday Wednesday tho Sun day School District Conference held an intorosting session at tno church The day was dovotod to tho discussion of tho Sunday School and Epworth Leaguo work many instructive talks woro mado Wednesday night Rov W R Smith of Princeton dolivored an Epworth Leaguo address on Work Tho District Conference begins its work this morning Rov T L Crandoll of Smithland will deliver tho contoronco sormon this Tho body Thursday ovoning will bo m session hvo days nnisn ing its work Sunday Services will bo hold daily at tho church Sunday afternoon a Young Poo pies Mass Meeting will bo con ducted by Prof H K Taylor a prominent bunday bcliool worKcr Thn following ministers and delogates woro in attondanco Tiishnn Morrison Prof H K Taylor V H Loyd E S Bos- well Judgo J C Johnson J isar iibv Butlor L E Camubell F C Potors R H Higgins R H Roe and wife KMartin d w uroau bont J W Cameron S P Henderson Solomon Hyde J I Rhodes W R King Laren Boyd C E Kidd J Warwon Win Rhodes B A CundilF H Young J A Garland J W Fawcott Willie Ross T L Crandoll W P Hogard N Y I tioy Sam uasu dim lauay J W Grimes Bob Tallay Bud Kirk Lorn Pace E L Mooro Prof J H Harrison W C Brandon L D Martin John D Cash Byron Dillingham W Y Cato Tyo Dil- Â¬ lingham Ludlow Flako R L Melton W R Baldwin Henry Cobb J W Halloway W R Smith Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wook Mr G M Russoll of tho Punss ollico received a lottor Last SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY from Mr Samuel D Winter of St Louis Trcasuror of tho Crodit In demnity Co of Now York in I am whioh tho writer says about to tako stops whioh I trust will lead to tho working and de velopment of tho Sneed miuos and am satisfied your county papor tho Press will prove a valuablo Prof ally in tho undertaking John R Proctor who is known all ovor tho world as ono of tho finest geologists in oxistonco considors this coal deposit to bo so valuablo that ho gavo it spocial montion and put tho analysis intact in his Â¬ Â¬ en John B GA Gordsn 7 Or ATLANTA report Mr Wintor is ono of tho priii cipal owners of the Snecd tract This land bordors on Tradowafor in Bolls Mines pieeinct and con tains about 100 acros tho entiro tract being underlaid with coal Thoro aro two voins tho upper and lower strata ranging from 81 to 5 feet in thickness and is tho only large body of lino coking coal in this end of tho Stato A ready market for a largo amount of tho output from these mines will bo established at Grand Rivors so soon as tho largo iron furnacos of The that town again blow in opening of these mines on the scale anticipated would indeed be a grand thing for old Bolls Mines if not tho entiro county Â¬ QtfW r iaklw V I X i Vete ans of the Association and ex Governor of The Commander-in-Chie- f of Confederate CIRCUIT COURT The Georgia will deliver his famous lecture at the Last Days of the Southern Confederacy Convened Here Monday Many Marion Opera House Monday Cades Continued Railroad Surveys J P The city rock cruBhor has boon aMiss Bonnie Babb tvho has moved to Mm Jennings farm wost kutn visiting Miss Clairo Taylor to fur retnrrned to hor home in Poducoh of town and will continuo for the streets nish good metal Tuesday Bie line of coffins caskets Salem pooplo desiring dental received at work should seo Dr Morris who robes and slippers just Ask him Boyds Salom Ky will bo iti Salom July 1st 2nd 3rd patent comont vault about that and 1th Mr Otto Cruce of Livingston Mrs R A Moore roturnod last Girl No was in town Saturday Ark ac wo6k from Jonosboro 2 arrived at my house Juno 21 companied by hor sister Miss and sho is a littlo boauty was tho Klapp news ho had to report Tho funoral of the late John Mr Lee Cook ono of the solid MoKinloy will be proachod in the farmers of Hobron paid ub a call arbor at Gladstone tho third Sun Tuesday Ho is preparing to make day in July somo improvomonts on his farm last and by tho way he has ono of the Childrens Day at Rosebud iriuiday was largely attondod aud best farms in the county iHie coromonies woro beautiful and Mr W R Cruco is home from jixn opriato He is fond Texas for a vaoation of fra of his friends in tho Lone Star cm propared to fill bills miug and all rough lumber on Stato but whon tho bridle of busi short notice Give mo your bills noss is pullodho comes in a cantor J P Piorco for Kentucky paaturos Eloborato preparations aro bo Mr Honrv Cochran of Livings barbecue and ton county was tho guest of hisj ing mado f r tho big at brother Mr JT Cochran of tins Fourth of July colobration Sturcis Sovoral splondid attrac place this weok tions havo boon aoourod Tho pro Lovi Cook tho popular jowolor ceeds of tho barboouo will go to is tho happy fathor of a beautiful tho O V College little daughter who put in hor op Mr E E Squior Sr of St Lou poaranco Saturday is has rotirod from tho Fluor Spar Frank Sun of Caldwoll came oompany of whioh ho was Presito this city Thursday and tankod dent Mr P S Maxwell ono of up with firo water Ho soon found the stookholdors purchased the himself in tho polico court whoro gontlomansintorost in tho compa ho was lined ono dollar and costs nys proporty A rooruitihg ofHcor iB in this oi Tho following young pooplo of ty making enlistments for tho rog this city attondod tho opening ball Several men havo at Coruloan Springs last Thursday ular army boon oxaminod but only ono has night Misses Mary Maxwoll The officor will remain Poarl Cook Ray Woods Ruth onlistod lioro all wook Thomas Ruby James Laura Miles Gray and s FOR SALE A oyolono whoat Dolla Barnes andKittio Clifton OUie Jamos aoparator in working oondition Mossrs Tom R J Morris W D Baird Char- It will co at a bargain Patriok Bob Cook I ley Mooro O E inns Davo Kovil and Porry Maxwell Starr Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J1- Tho corps of civil engineers who in Marion fresh from Chi cago a few days ago with no news to tell us liavo been surveying ana hlnrinrr nut n lino from hero to the Ohio river Tho lino run took by Crittenden Springs thonco to the Plnnnrv fnrin whore tho old Wil- son mill once stood thonco through tho Walker farm to tho Ohio Ills rivor opposite Another lino took thence to tho Ohio rivor on tho MoFeo farm Tho conjecture is that the I C is planning a roau to tno umo river thenco across tne rivor anu inrougn Hardin county to some point on their lines North No detinito in formation is obtainable lnndd Â¬ Cave-in-Roc- k Deeds Recorded inn 1Y Ruthorford to Henrv O Hill iO aores on Crooked Crook for 500 R E JBiehain to H Lovi Cook lot in Marion William E Fritts to Bluo k Nunu 58 acres W T Dnklnv to W N Travis and J M Lamb sixteen acres on To my friends aud patrons On Pinoy account of tho condition of my Ewell C Littlo to J F Miller houltli I was forced to leavo St two acres on Tradewator Louis Sinco coming back my hoalth has improved so fast I havo Lost the Fight decided to locato pormantly and homo in Marion The present inoumbont Jntnos make my futuro continue in tho United and I intend to reappointed has boon Statos Marshal for the Western praotico of medicine Joe Clark Dr This was District of Kontuoky tho place for which Mr W B Yandoll of Marion was an applicant Â¬ Tho Crittenden Circuit Court Tho first day convened Monday was spent in solocting tho juries The majority of the cases sot for Tuosday were continuod to the November torm Tho most important caso continued was that of the Todd ne groes charged with malicious shooThe Commonwealth was ting ready but the defence was unable to secure some important witnesses and tho case was continuod Tho indictment against John Dittorlino for carrying concealed weopans dismissed Tom Brown nourishing deadly woopan dismissed W H Deboe charged with placing obstruction on railroad tiack was acquitted The caso of Bob Brantley char ged with malicious shooting is sot for today Tho grand jury for this term is as follows E B Franklin Z T Terry R N Foster E R Wil liams W B Binkloy T L Wad doll E R HibbsH L Sullivan J M McConnell E M Duvall Geo W Parrish A L Bakor Tho following officers reported funds on hand D W county clerk 8S5 II 2188 T J A Haynos cirouit MoKinnoy justico SI 01 T J Hamilton justico 2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Night C July 2 WhI Is Thi f The Lowest Prices on Good Goods ever Offered in Marion C Â¬ P Church Â¬ Â¬ Thoro will bo services at tho C Wo aro P church noxt Sunday glad to annourvO that tho pulpit will bo supplied by somo of tho ministors from tho Mothodist Con forenco J F Price Pastor BOUNTY Is duo thousands of soldiers and months extra pay to ollicers or their heirs O B WADLEIGH Washington D 518 Fifth St IOKH0-KWOJ0WHOHW-- FOr IFIRE INSURANCE duu Tom HWWO-KKHMHO-KHKH-- 0 Levi Cook The nicest 100 pieco glass set pioeo in town for only 10 glass sot 2e cups and saucers 80c and up ono nico water set loft to go at DOc dont fail to seo our green coileo only 10c por lb 15c buys n good broom 25c cash Iniyo two packages of Arbucklos colloo salt cheaper than tho choapost tinwaro both light and heavy at low prices ovorything in siune ware dont fail to buo our tlniic fruit jars boforo you buy also Masons jars best made rubliun aro as thick and heavy as tliroo common rubbors seo our 20 cni lambs best ovor in town for he 1 monoy axol greaso 5c lOo anil 20 Thoy represent roliablo companies anu will appreciato your patronage The crowd in town Monday was small for tho opening day of cir- Â¬ cuit court Capt Kennedy of Uniontown and sovoral gontlomon from Pa ducah woro in town Tuosday Bumraonsod as witnesses in tho Todd shooting caso George Horning was tho victim of a severe acoidont Friday While returning in his wagon from Clark Kovils mills his horses bocamo Ho frightened and ran away from tho wagon striking jumped tho ground bo heavily that his ankle waB broken Dr J J Clark has roturnod from St Louis determined to locate on his native hoath and his hosts of friends will hoar this bit Ho is not of news with pleasure only a fino phy8ioian but an on terpriaing liboral citizen Ho haB purohaoed a lot adjoining Mr Ohaa Evans homo and will oroot a handsomo modorh two story resi Â¬ dence upon it Â¬ Â¬ Horses Mules Wanted GREBES PATRIOK Wo will bo at Piorces livery atablo in Marion Monday July 1 and will pay cash for good sound mules and horses Gray My hair was falling out ar turning gray very fast But yoir Hair Vigor stopped the falling and Mrs restored the natural color E Z Benommc Cohoei N Y cashier of tho First V S Whedon National Bank of Wintorsot Iowa in a recent letter gives some oxporlonco with aarpontor in his employ that will bo of I Ho says value toother mechanics had a carpenter working for mo who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of being troubled with diarrhea I mentioned to him that I had been sim ilarly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy had cured mo Ho bought a bottlo of it from tho druggist horo and informed mo that ono doso cured him Jand ho is again at work Sold by R F Haynos for you not to look old with the color of seventy years in your hair 1 Perhaps you are seventy and you like your gray hair If not Its impossible use Ayers Hair Vigor In less than a month your gray hair will have all the dark rich color of youth SIM a Mil Alt I want at TEAMS WANTED wagona and teams to onoo throe haul tobacco from Salom to Ma- Â¬ A H Cardin rion toffl If toot drngelit cannot inpply you send ui ono dolUr and we MUX axpren you a bottlo Do mro udgtro tho Dims epr oBco Addreu ot your por box bull hoad ojstors lUctt Alaska salmon 2 cans for toe cans tomnloos2C cans corn 2oo rico 540 10c por lb Hour 50 aui 55o por sack cash nico covorc baskets 10 to 35cts prettieBt bov 185 plain and pitohor in town bowl and pitcher S5o granitowai u of alljkinds Dont fail whon in town to coir around and got our pricos and si our goods no troublo to sho goods In quoonswaro wo en ploaso any ono in quality ai pricos Whon you como brin your chickens and oggs an yo know whoro you can always g l thoir worth in cash and to nl thoso wanting ico wo would say t you wo aro in tho trade if you a in town and want ico lot ub kin w and our wagon will stop at yos door ovory morning as it go Hoping ii rogular rain or shino liboral Bharo of your pat roooivo a ronago in our lino wo aro Rospootfully yours 5 i nreit J C XYKK CO LowtU Him Hearin Son tl i vtw field armory eonslstn of one pas pipe gun captured In the Philippine inland In which the charge was ig- nlted by match or lighted cigarette held In the hand four mutch look guns one wheel lock gun 30 illnt lock guns 04 percussion cap lock guns iW breech loading guns and 44 repeaters and magazine rllles also Among three boards of 71 pistols Vest Point Academy and the Various Military Bureaus the magaine nrms are the rifles now Are Well Represented at the Pan American used in 1uropean armies The exhibit of projectiles will in- elude one or more for each gun ex i biiililimr between the north Special Uuftalo Corrcopjm rcc end of hibited mid a large number of obso Tlic lete projectiles including chain shot IMANITV niny be quite hineere the building and the eaiinl in their applause of i Urv ef- - sjiaee north of the liilltii tifr proper is bar shot stands of grape shot canis Â¬ fort made to redttee the worlds demoted to the exhibit of modern sca- - ter shrapnel studded and ilanged projectiles etc Several of these nrtuament but seemliifjlv eurvoiu eoit artillery which consists of finds an interest in the weapons with 12 inch rille mounted on disappearing have portions cut away to show in Â¬ Arranged on which wars are fought Here at the carriage ten Inch line on barbette terior construction Pan American exposition there is no carriage 12 inch mortar on Gordon four boards are all the principal ob other government exhibit that at -- prlng return carriage and five inch solete time fues impact concussion tracts more attention than that of rapid tire gun on balanced pillar and percussion fues and combinathe war department and it is an ex- - mount Kaeh ot these four guns is tion fuzes Modern fuzes are shown hibit worthy of the department that mounted behind a section of a ltara- - on six sample boards A very com- pet Mich as is used in the fortlilea- - llete and valuable collection of ear- makes it The United States miiitarv aead- - tioiis on our seaeoast These guns fridges showing development of riiiy and the following bureaus of the were mounted by lirst Lieut 1 11 t small arms aiuniunition from paper war department are represented in Kelton Seventy third company coast cartridges to the ammunition of to the exhibit Adjutant generals de artillery and a detachment of 17 ar- - day is exhibited in a cabinet contain The collection of The Seventy third ing 11 drawers partment quartermasters depart- - tlllery soldiers boards of nienl medical department corps of company coast artillery commanded small arm ammunition engineers ordnance department and by apt J P Wisser is encamped on fues and primers and many of the higual corps the exposition grounds and eneh day projectiles were loaned from Frank- From the adjutant generals de- - drills with the niodern seaeoast guns fordarsenal There are a four pounder partment is displayed a large number The historical series showing devel- - cast iron smooth bore gun the first of maps and publications prepared in opment of seaeoast guns mortars gun tired in the war of the rebellion the military information department and howitzers are mounted along the a three inch United States wrought The quartermasters department canal went of the modern guns and iron rille which iired the last shot rvhibits paintings photographs and con ists of a M pouiider smooth bore previous to the surrender of Lees drawings illiistrntinir the armv trans irun and wooden carriuce model army at Appomattox courthouse 32 poiiudcr seaeoast gun anil Chinese cannon bronze caliber two port sen ice 40 lay figures and 24 col- - Is oivtl plates showing uniforms and wooden carriage with east iron top inches a short breech loading wall equipments of the army from the carriage model lni eight inch Co piece liianufacturod in 1312 showing revolution to the pre ent dav 2 silk lumbiad model lsjd with wooden the earliest arms were breech loadnud 10 bunting corps tings of the civil earriage 100 poiiuder Parrott rifle ing Tills gun was canturert from war and the garrison pot and storm model llil with wrought iron car the Coreans June 10 11 1871 by Lnlt- seaeoast mortar ed Stntes naval squadron command riagc ten inch bunting Hags of the present time The exhibit of the medical depart model lstl with cast iron carriage ed by Itear Admiral John lloilgers U ment In charge of Cant K L Mun- - anil i iiicli ltodmnn mortar model S X it son assistant surgeon I S A eon- with wrought iron carriage also The exhibit of the signnl corps sisfs of a model brigade field hospital 24 pounder flank defense howiter consists of two sets of signaling ap of 100 beds capacity completely model ISM with wooden carriage paratiis for visual and telegraphic equipped in every detail in ward- - I lie niodern siege artillery exhibit signals also photographs of battles operating and dispensary tents mess con Nts of five inch siege rifle with and operations of the American and kitchen sis authorized in the 1900 carriage and limber seven inch siege troops during the Philippine insurmanual for the medical department howitzer and carriage seven inch rection photographed by members of Tills exhibit is especially interesting I siege mortar and carriage mortar this service One set of visunl appa Â¬ ratus will be used for daily demon strative work out of doors the other set will be exhibited in space set apart for that purpose mid consists of heliographs and flags for day visual signaling and acetvllne and oil War Department Ex hibit at the Buffalo Fair I The JVctt llteycle Ulcycle manufacturer state that the hi ycle for this year will bo practically the lamo model ns 1900 ns improvement seems to be impossible Precisely the samoia truo of Hostctters Stomach Bitters It rcprc icnts tho limits of science and it is impossible to make a better medicine for the stom ach liver kidneys nnd blood Try it for dyspepsia indigestion constipation flatulency or Four stomach nnd you will be convinced Xcvcr take a substitute Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nlliilllln Complete External and Tlic Wny to Snvccss The Younger Man And give it to them eh Naw corner it Indianapolis Press want Tho Elderly Gentleman The true secret of success is to find out what the people Â¬ H i Â¬ Â¬ The Missouri Pacific Railway i3 now operÂ¬ ating double doily service from Ht Louis nnd Knnsns City to points In Colorado Utah and tho Fnclflo Coast Trains lenvo St Louis 9 a m and 1010 p m Kansas City 6 p m and 10 o m carrying through sleep- Â¬ ing cars between St Louis nnd San Fran- Â¬ cisco without change Excursion tickets now on sale For further information ad Â¬ 11 C Townsknd dress compnnys ngonts Gon Pass and Ticket Agent St Louis Mo The after dinner speaking mania at med ical banquets is at its height What a pity it is that men who have nothing to say and who do not vvNh to say it arc compelled to say it to men who do not wish to hear it American Medicine Xer Fait Truln to Colorado nil Mlitourl IacUlc nllwj Internal Treatment Until Mnrilrr nud Suicide A beautifully illustrated catalogue of pianos will bo sent free to anyone who will vvrito to tho Jesso French Fiiiuo Company St Louis Mo Tills compnuy is selling high grade pianos nt a moderate prleo and ou easy terms Head their ad vcrtUemcntelsowhcro Dont say you work like a slave slaves do not work very hard Atciiion Globe smart Consisting of CUHCURA SOAP to cleanse the skin of crusts and scales and soften the thick-Â¬ ened cuticle CUTICURA OINTMENT to instantly uticura SET THE It U better to be sensible Wcllspring than to be Â¬ WHY MRS PINKHAM Â¬ Is Able to Help Sick Women When Doctors Fall Ilovr gladly would men fly to wo Â¬ mans aid did they but understand a womans feelings trials scnsibilitios and peculiar organic disturbances Thoso things aro known only to women and tho aid a man would giro is not at his command To treat a case properly it is necessary to know all about it and full information many times cannot bo given by a woman to her familj phy- Â¬ 1 1 i allay itching irritation and inflammation and soothe and heal and CUTICURA RESOLVENT to cool and cleanse the Wood and expel humour germs A SINGLE SET is often sufficient to cure the most torturing disfiguring skin scalp and blood humours rashes Mings and irritations with loss of hair when the best physicians and all other remedies fail Â¬ MILLIONS USE CUTICURA SOAP Assisted by Cuticura Ointment for preserving purify- Â¬ ing and beautifying tho skin for cleansing tho scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and soothing red rough and sore hands for baby rashes itchings and chafings and for all tho purposes of tho toilet bath and nursery Millions of Women uso Cuticura Soap in tho form of baths for annoying irritations inflammations and excori- Â¬ ations for too free or offensive perspiration in tho form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses and for many sana- Â¬ tive antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women and mothers No amount of persuasion can induce thoso who have once used these great skin purifiers and beautifiers to uso any others Cuticura Soap combines delicate emollient properties derived from Cuticura tho great skin cure with tho purest of cleansing ingre- Â¬ dients and tho most refreshing of flower odours No other medicated soap is to be compared with it for preserving purifying and beautifying tho skin scalp hair and hands No other foreign or domestic toilet soap however expen- Â¬ sive is to bo compared with it for all tho purposes of tho toilet bath and nursery Thus it combines in One Soap at One Price tho best skin and complexion soap and tho best toilet and baby soap in tho world Â¬ Â¬ IP T A liMBU I p ZJiA3Stmst 12l t t lfSmiBkpiteS tWmtUM iz4l yw iKTSh9 iUSflemF iwIhi j Vi JuLLMiZPV ORm - ft k iJmi ri - L T r brc SSr rL9 American Republics Â¬ THE TRIUMPHIAL BRIDQE AT THE PAN AMERICAN It Illustrates by Statuary Festoons and Shields the Militant Features of the Different since it represents the new equipment of the medical department in the field scarcely an important article of which has been adopted since the outbreak of the war with Spain which has never previously been shown An enlisted personnel eon- listing of one hospital steward two acting hospital stewards and 20 pri- vn tes of the hospital cor- - is on duty with this hospital acting as guards nnd attendants and also giving daily exhibition drills in first aid to the wounded litter drills various means of transporting the wounded tent Ditching and hospital establishment Tin exhibit from the corps of en- frltimis emifcUtsi of tnriiedoes models map transparencies photographs and publications illustrating militarv fiigiiieering and nlso river and liar- lior work The military engineering exhibit which was lonned from the em museum at Willuts Point braces three types of torpedoes of the present day showing elect rieal two transparencies connections showing etVecl of explosionof tor- pedoes under water five old confed- crate torpedoes model of military ground mine two models of block houses such as were used in the civil war five models of the earlier at tempts to solve the problem of disap pearing gun carriage model of mor tar battery and models of pontoon nnd other field bridges The Mississippi river commission shows models of hydraulic grader at work hydrau lic dredging plant tow boat stand ard bank revetment subaqueous mat under construction two models of ripur dykes and a large number of photographs maps and ntlases etc The breakwater now under construc tion in lJuffalo harbor is Illustrated by three models one of nil stone breakwater one of all wood or tim ber crib breakwater and one of timber crib breakwater with concrete superstructure There is also dis played a plan of the hurbor showing location of each kind of breakwater The models mid plan construction were loaned by Maj T V Synions corps of engineers U S A who is now in charge of this work The exhibit of ordnance includes guns and carriages of every type of mountain field siege and seaeoast nrtillery machine guns ami small arms now In uso by the army and also of every type used during the revolution and all other wars in which the United States has been en gaged The fluid siege and seaeoast nrtilhvy arc exhibited outside the Â¬ j j - - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ carriage siege platform wagon siege ammunition wagon and sling cart To show the development of siege ar- Â¬ tillery the following old guns mor turs and howitzers all mounted on carriages of the period in which they wri lixiwl lire iirrimiwl In llni wiwt n of the modern siege artillery viz Impounder gun 4 ineh rifle model il pouudcr Parrott rille lsiil eight inch howitzer model 1S41 eight inch mortar model ISM ten inch mortar model lsrti Hi ineh Stone mortar 24 pounder Coehorn mortar The niodern field artillery exhibit eon Nts of 2 2 inch rifle carriage and limber and combined forge and but fi ineli field mnrtnr mill ten- - wniron carriage The following old field gun- - and howitzers show develop incut of field guns in the United C pounder field gun 12- States viz pounder heavy field gun model ISM 12 pounder light field gun model 1S17 three inch rifle model 1S01 nnd 12 pounder field howitzer model 1S41 Around a fountain located in the ecu ter of the plot devoted to outside ordnance exhibit are grouped 30 old bronze guns mortars and howitzers of foreign make All of fhese arc highly embellished and some are verv old the earlier pattern being French mortar caliber 11 inch made in 10S1 In this group are old Fnglish French Mexican Austrian and Spanish guns The mountain nnd machine guns and small arms are exhibited inside the building The mountain guns ex Â¬ hibited are the two pounder P L Hotchkiss mountain gun caliber 1G3 and carriage packed on three wood- Â¬ en mules and the old 12 pounder mountain howitzer model ISM and - wagon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The following machine guns arc in Â¬ cluded in the exhibit viz Ifotehkiss revolving cannon caliber 150 Cat- Â¬ ling battery gun caliber 30 iaxlm Xordenfeld automatic cnllber 15 Colts automatic caliber 30 Lowell Â¬ Gardner improved gun Gntling buttery gun model 18G5 Fnrwell gun Robertson machine gun revolving gun old type two barrel coffee mill gun volley gun brass volley gun Ilobin son Cottam Pnmenter Uromwell gun volley gun nnd four breech A loading guns primitive types CHAKM1S KDWAHD LLOYD Sims Dudley dynamite gun used at The Important Tiling battle of San Tumi hill by First United Stntes volunteer cavalry Do you think it makes much dif rough riders is exhibited with machine ference which planet a person ia guns born linderV Not n bit so long ns he keeps on The small nrms exhibit which was Town anil Country loaned from the museum at Spring- - the earth 45 Â¬ battery gun caliber A- - lanterns for night signaling vibrators telephonic and telegraphic reel cart with cable and breast reels with naked wire for establishing rapid communication and operating successfully lines regardless of escapes breaks and other faults where a reg ular telegraphic system could not be conveniently used during hostilities The exhibit of the United States military academy designed by Col Charles V larned professor of drawing U S M A consists of n textual and photographic mural display shown on walls resembling the architecture of the cadet barracks at the academy Printed tablets show ing the entire course of study pur sued at the academy by departments are arranged upon the walls with photographs pertaining to each department arranged contiguous to them Photographic enlargements of buildings interiors and incidents of cadet life arc interspersed throughout On tables are shown the text books studied and specimens of work of the cadets including examination One table papers drawings etc shows a colored photographic en largement of a map of West Point complete to 1101 On screens on a swing frame are specimens of cadet drawings from 1S33 to date including work- - of Gens Sherman and Meade The decorative features con sist of a trophy made up of arms and standards of the four arms of the service engineers cavalry artil lery and infantry arranged in a group around a pedestal bearing coat I arms of the academy and sur mounted by a reproduction of the figure of Fame on the Pattle Monu ment at West Point On the frieze are placed in gilded letters groups of names of graduates who attained high rank during the civil wnr en At intervals closed by palm leaves between the groups shields with unities of engagements participated in by gradual es in the following Indian 1S12 Mexican Civil wars Spnnisli and Philippine are hung Of special interest are the historical tablets illustrating the progress of the ncademy during the first century of its existence and the photographs of famous graduates taken from the well known Ilrady collection of civil war pictures The exhibit of the war department is in charge of and was installed by Capt Peter C Harris U S A who Is representative of the department on the United States government board He is a native of Home in He was graduated from West Point nillitnry 1S33 with distinguished ncademy honors At the beginning of the war with Spain his regiment the Thlrteentn Infantry was ordered to the front He was with it in the hottest of the battle of San Juan hill August 1899 he was promoted to captain nssigned to the Ninth infantry and later ordered to the Philippines While he was stationed at Tarlnc with Gen McArthurmllvision his father-in-laMaj Guthrie died nnd Capt Harris became Ills successor in charge of the exhibit of the war department at the Pun America u exposition Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v 5V G Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ciiaitelu slcian She cannot bring herself to tell everything and the physician is at a constant disadvantage This is why for the past twenty five years thousands of women have been con- Â¬ fiding their troubles to Mrs Pinkham and whoso advico has brought happi Â¬ ness and health to countless women in the United States Mrs Chappell of Grant Tark 111 whoso portrait wo publish advises all suffering women to seek Mrs Pink hams nilvice and use Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound as they cured her of inflammation of the ovaries and wotnb she therefore speaks from knowledge nnd her experience ought to crivo others confidence Mrs Pink- hams address is Lynn Mass and her advice is absolutely free Mrs II Comploto Extornal and Internal Troatmont for Evory Humour ecafes mul eoftcn tho thickened cuticle Cuticuua Ointment to Instantly allay Itching inflammation and Irritation and eoolho anu healjinu CUTICUUA llKSULVhVr IO COO I UIHl CIUUDKU UIO Wood A SIN atv skt U often Bufllrlcnt to euro tho most tortnr Un ecalp nnd TH E S ET iDK dlBflgurinp Itflilnc bui jlnp nnd ncalywith loas ot hair blood vvhea humotira rashes ltchlnps and lrrltatlone Sons 27 Charter throughout tho world British Depot FNKvviintr ftlloleo falls Sold iouao Sq London E C lOTTEll 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understand tho reason of its Coffee that Is better stronger And more healthful than the That will also last you longer That will win in every test rest popularity lions of homes LION COFFEE 3 now used in mil- Â¬ Let us Lion heads be saving That we on each package find For a premium be craving Of some good and useful kind Â¬ Â¬ In every package o LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and dcscrlptlvo list No housekeeper in fact no woman man boy or girl will fail to find in tho list some articlo which will contributo to their happiness comfort nnd convenience and which they may havo by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads from tho wrappere of our ono pound scaled packages which is tho only form In which this excellent cofTco is sold WOOLSON 5PIC13 CO TOLEDO OHIO I n LAKGEST LAND DEAL So the Famous Yazoo Purchase Might Be Called r Mrmnrleis of Hip KnrlMInnInnIpiiI Settlement of lllnlorlciilly the Must Inli rrntlnu Section of tin- - South IN Special Vlckidmrg Mlis Letter A iMiii brulM on the Miminlt of liill Mill dale is the most figured In the earllit hottlement of tills then Spanish territory now The tlnle is known ns Mississippi perliaps the prettiest spot In tills i plcturihitic ovorlooMiif the frrnvc o one of historic jieMonnpes who HAD HO ADS IX Till DHLTA weird 1 1 l 1 ll I t 111 Vi region of lu nvilv vvomUd It Is gnarled oaks and sjhini lell about two niiles from the river Vaoo which takes its name from the iioiis Indians who disputed the po sessioii of this wild country with Thli the adventurous SpauinttK beautiful and hNtoric spot of rolling hils and picturesque dale was settled a few years after the close of the revolution by Ambrose Douglas of Downs of Aberden Scotland a descendant of the historic chieftain HIaek Douglas whose elan was so powerful as to eause the rulers of Scotland considerable anxiety for their power and thrones He was the husband of the Heiress of Douglas Iady lane Douglas so celebrated in Scottish song and story The fam ily estate wa known as the downs and as was the custom in those das this branch of the Douglas clan as after sumed the name of Downs the estate The father of Ambrose Douglas was a baron and his elan was one of the most powerful in the downs of Scotland The title de scended to the eldest son nnd Am- brose William and Henry came to Ambrose came before the America revolution and fought in Morgans After the revolution he brigade came to this section and located at the beautiful Mill dale then foicst Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Their chief pcttlerent was what U old ball ground known as the where they played a game something like our town ball This place later came into the possession of one of the descendants of the original set- Â¬ tler of this alley Ambrose Douglas Downs The Spaniards who were endeavoring to dispossess the Indians occupied the banks of the ri r ltnv lug built forts nt various points Where Vleksburg stands was Tort Xogales so named from the immense forest of walnut trees on the many hills at this point Ilitll the Havel ing preacher Vick settled there in the earlj part of last century tha point was known as Walnut Hllis The United States also claimed this country by virtue of the Kugllsh gov ernment having recognled the claim of ticorgia to tills section before the involution Companies were organ ized to purchase large tracts of land from Ceorgia and by this means the great Yioo and the Mississippi valleys became settled by Americans nnd the country was eventually wrested The from Spain and the Indians largest land deal perhaps on record of was the noted Yaoo purchase 000000 acres for which S OOOOO ieorgia had no fund was to be paid and In order to raise nionej Mild these lands after extinguishing tho Indian title Hut the newly formed government also United States claimed these lands on the grounds that as Ieorgia had adopted the constitution tlint state had thereby re linquished tills territory to the general government and further that Georgia should surrender these lands as part payment of thit colonys ex penses in the revolution After the expulsion of the Spaniards and the extermination of the Indians the real trouble begun and the Yioo pur chase became the most celebrated case in the country The general gov ernment alleged that a state could not make a treaty with Indians It was also shown that nearly all of the legislators who had voted for the bill had shares of stock-- in the com pany Duels and street lights followed ami finally the sale was an nulled by the legislature The reeonh of the great purchase were publicly burned bv the governor at the state The eapitol which was kcwlsville money paid was ordered refunded to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A LESSON IN ETIQUETTE An SPORT AND PLAY i It AVnn Imprcaalvely Tuuitht by Ciilliuit Southerner lit u Street Cur Accept Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The regular report of the conduct of one of the California uvenuo cars of the Union Traction company tells this story says tho Chicago Tribune When the car was waiting at tho end of the line u tall man wearing n black slouch hat and a blue shirt boarded it and sat down He was broad shouldered and sunburned and wore ii heavy mustache He fore tho car started ii couple of women got on the rear platform of the car Tho tall man got up and opened the door for them Then he doiTed his hat bowed and said Allow me to show you to n seat The women were astonished and inclined to be fright- Â¬ ened but they finally sat down in one corner of the ear while the man resumed his seat As the car tilled up the strango passenger went through the samo performance every time a woman boarded it Presently all the seats were tilled half a dozen or more men being among the passengers who ocl eupled seats When the next wom n an got on the car the man with the black slouch hat was on his feet again There happened to be three women in the party lie gave onu of them his own seat The other two he escorted back Into the ear stop Â¬ ping before two young men who were buried in their morning papers said their escort Here ladies are u couple of young men who will get up and give you their scats While the rest of the passengers stared and smiled the two men rose and with poor grace sunendered their seats Thereafter the stran ger met every woman who got on the ear shook her by the hand in welcome and secured her a seat in the utile way Iinallv only two men wcie left in the scats When the next two women got on hoard the po lite man went through his regular course of procedure but the men ad dressed paid no attention to him and made no move toward surrendering their seats forthwith the tall man reached out two brawny hands clutched the two men by their col lars and dragged them through theThen he cal to the rear platform returned saw to it that the waiting women sat down in the vacated seat and then delivered the following lecture This lienh is my fust visit to Sheecaago an ah reckon ah loan know jess how to behave Hut down wheali till cum from we doan sit down while they nh ladles standin and I cain get used to secln it An if them pulisons ah jes took out on thuh platform aint satisfied with tilings why nlill be glad to give urn satisfaction any way they like it o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Croquet balls are made of oeach or Turkey box wood Croquet is the direst descendant of the old Tngllsli game of Inll Mull It assumed its present form in Ireland There is no rowing champion of Knglnhd but the holder of the Wing field sculls is generally acknowledged to be the champion of the J Humes A larisan who placed a fender in front of his automobile was so an noyed by small boys falling into the net for a free ride that he was obliged to remove the life saving Â¬ Substitute - tirt 181 f gfigt IPSA H i0FTHE device II H Hilton of the Itoyal Liverpool Oolf club who recently won the championship of Hritain is regarded ns a wonder In goillng Accordir to Harry Yardon he is the best amateur the world ever saw and many are pieparcd to go farther than that and proclaim him the most fluilicd ex ponent of the game eith r profes sional or amateur Â¬ IKr 1- S-- Mlftii a ilBF THcaawilflli II IPf1l J irlHHIHtAAT iiilillu iUI llliull 111 Â¬ 11-Rll-rT- SUPERLATIVES The largest needle manufactory In the world is at Itedditeli Worcestershire Over TO000000 needles are made there weekly South Shields is said to possess the oldest lifeboat in existence It has been in use since 1S30 and by means of it 1028 persons have been rescued A number of young filbert trees have been sent to the agricultural depart The nuts from ment from Greece these trees are the largest and have the finest flavor of any filberts the department has yet discovered nnd every effort is to be made to encourage their growing lliruiloTlcnl Â¬ Villi VHB wi Jlrifo fII II I XWfMI I Â¬ Â¬ he wrote to her has not had a hre ftom you Has ou tlnowcd mo In three weeks over And this i the way she ansncrcd him John Haint you hearii tell that lam on a sick lied where I am slowly ad in an cant wutc a line to save my life you Louisville Cornier Journal fool you Thfi li the Molly 1 niy iral ilk u Mfm A IdneyslI tysBJJr said the cleik in the Mustache cups Yes fir Heres chinavvare department a pretty design Cup and saucer one forty-nine The hnuccra the Tlilnir ssmFTmr i yjs A iliilllfl wm S PIAZZA LIFE IN SUMMER Importance of This Portion of tho IIounc Should lie ItceoKiileil He Mopped HI Ill tier exclaimed the oldest citizen as Sir he walked into the business oflue ol the that daily paper I bee in your sheet of to day Porquenicque Mr said Hut aint the sauier that goes with it sir an article to which I take excel ti n O yes And and I want my paper stopped nr Xot much it aint There ain t no mm when James V Anderson says stop sir he Philadelphia Press tacho guard on it means stop sir wearily murmured the cu dilaPhil Ilorrllilo Com hi mil I mi tion manager go out and tell Bobt stop a saving of time and other things tli press an lock up ol man Anderson What Denver Times there would he remarked the Observer of has quit us Kvents and Things if a man could take his Do Yonr Tcet Ache anil Hurnf first ocean voyage and his liist smoke at the onkers Statesman same time Shako into your shoes Allens root Kae a powder for the feet It makes tilit or New Her Inck Itching Shoes Feel Kay Cures Corn The Illinois woman who called her hus- Swollen Hot Callous Smarting Sore and band a jiek m and then got mad because Sweating Iect All Diuggists and Shoe he railed her his better half does not seem Stores sell it Jjc Sample sent IKKIl AdDenver dress Allen S Olmsted Lc Hoy X Y to know such a thing as justice Times said Uncle lhen Ambition aint so Tisos Cure is the best medicine we ever danjus et it makes a pusnn work Its de of the throat and man dats ambitious an lazv dat goes ui aed for all atfertions Ind to gol buck do res o do vvorl an make lungs Wm 0 Ludsley Yanburec Washington Star Ieb 10 1000 trouble Â¬ - Mitchells Eye Salve I r really wonderful little remedy is Mitchells Eve Salve Its reli ability creates a constant de- Â¬ mand for it wherever diseases of the eye are most prevalent Reject substi- Â¬ Price 25 cents tutes i AH Druggists 1 Or mail 25c llatl S Ruckcl New ork City 6 h u SW5iA-Y-fM-- i I CIM tWEATHEnFOKD O CUARANTEED AND HILDKliltAND B iSi Alachioii street Mempblt Tenliiir WhotoLIGHTNINGRODSK o iddim tun him to locate a large tract of laud which he hnproed and lived upon in almost baronial splendor in this wilderness among the Yuotis and Span iards Here in this dale he built a tine castle after the Scottish style of architecture and nlso a mill upon the pretty stream which courses through Hence the name ami n the dnle more appropriate one could not have been given this home of the wood nyiuphs if such sprites dwell upon earth The baronial castle was dis mantled during the civil war and the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ primeval His portion of the state enabled MT7rwr8ft rw j p sP I I t ygy xM I LJtL 1 TRANSPORTING COTTON BY Â¬ STEAMER J il dations remain and the little stream rushes over the moss gray stones as of old on Its impetuous way to the Yd7oo On the hill overlooking this picturesque dale and the ruins of the palace home in the forest He the re mains of the lnst descendants oi the immediate house of Douglas Ambrose Douglas nnd his brothers William and Henry sons of Lady lane Douglas These were the earliest colonial settlers In the Mississippi valley hence this spot Is of especial historic interest In a few years the richness f the lands of the Yazous reached the older settlements of the Carolinas and gradually the delta became settled with wealthy planters who brought along their slaves nnd established plantations limited In extent only by their ability to cultivate them The Choctaw and tho Yazous Indians claimed the territory by right of occupancytheir forefathers having lived In this region for unknown ages tracing their uncestry to the mound builders The Yazous lived on the banks of that stream frpm near what is now Mill dale for a hundred miles up the delta Tho Choctaw settle merit extended from what Is now Vicllsburg to near the Natchez tribe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ old mill was destroyed but the foun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kqtifll to the Occuxtoii Charitys argument is short hut it has a S8t Livciied Menial Me lud the carriage long irach Ctueago Daily cws CURE BO Use CERTAIN ICC waits without III llulldlnt His Lordship Without what autoWithout horses me lud tis an AHAKESISrS London Tit Hits lief nn IMIHlllVK We in America are coming to under Â¬ mobile WllKt All List tAiia CHICKS lUKS lY free fampnmUlreM Tastes Oooo BLUrltS Sjmp bT drufffflsU ror We cannot do this work said the first stand the importance of outdoor life Hold ANAllKNINTnb- and keen within the limit The real poetry of sununer is well nigh councilman uno bulMtns s W York Yen we can A MlIl DALi oak Trun lost unless one can come in contact of the appropriationof the lull How can persisted the father Tliey par on all crops witli trees grass and lowers True we PhiladelBy incieasing the limit rich land as well as poor P ANK 1871 laud Wrlio for Boon the purchasers Unluckily however country life bars none from this de Â¬ phia Record on Use of Fertilizers WHEN tVJClTINO TO AI1YEKTISEU8 of the money was light but in villages and suburban the greater part free I aruefct fertillror rase slate tlutt 7011 inn the Advert Nothing will keep sore folks from being company lutuownrlrt VUUJiViAeiiuiis stolen by a dishonest official as there towns its limit is fixed by the space Se fools Washington la Democrat meat In tills iMiei ClIKlilCAL COMlANV Memphis Teuu were no banks in those days and the votctl to the pian writes Alice M money was piled up in chests in the Kellogg in Womans Home Com- Â¬ statehouse The state transferred Us panion interest In the Yaoo delta lands to The importance of this portion of the dead he lives the general government for more house should be duly recognized before a century this noted case alive whose than half person is one the plans nre out of the architects came to the surface In laud contests hands and the three essentials for the the liver is dead in the state and the United States correct location exposure prlvney The supreme court hail in ef- Â¬ and outlook be as carefully consid- Â¬ courts time most people spend nearly all fect decided that the sale was legal ered as its construction and relation offices or Â¬ stuffy houses or in but the manner in which Georgia au- to the main building In some in- Â¬ thorized the sale was tainted with stances even the conventional rule for get fraud and was the downfall of u iiuin- - attaching the piazza to that portion of everybody exercise as her of politicians and cast a blur the house that facts the street should upon the character of the members not be followed the Interior plans be Â¬ in people of the company who purchased the ing reversed in order to bring the days bribery -rooms sound rule is lands In those primitive and porch at t lie rear nnd the receiving of bribes were of flabby fat There Is one opportunity atToided by V liMMMim crimes and not considered ns smart a broad piazza of which we arc slow ssssssssssssHsssssVU I T V Though all official records politics in and useless We might take to take advantage Â¬ of this Great Yaoo purchase swin- more of our meals nl fresco One of tho have been the body dle have been expunged from the most fascinating tilings about living statute books and legislative records abroad is that In summer one may dine over- Â¬ the liver driven it still lives in tradition among the often out of doors We should import There burdened deadened stopped work oldest settlers on the Yaoo it is l4XHrSBflSBBSBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBVSBBBSBBHa7 into cultivated to- the custom and this country for of dead liver and right now is you are with a The tarly planters a good one then to the delights bacco Indigo wheat and corn and long evenings on our piazas we shoul waKe up tne aeaai the time tor resurrection raised their own horses and mules have addid that greater pleasure of flof ill trio filrh nut- of vour svstem and cet for plantation use Flat boat lug was sitting down to tea or to luncheon with the system of transportation until nature herself ready for the summers trials with clean clear blood body brain free from bile Force the invention of steamboats during is dangerous and destructive unless used in a gentle persuasive way and the right plan the first quarter of the past century ImlU lilunl Swept Miortcnlcm Only n small quantity of cotton was is to give new strength to the muscular walls of the bowels and stir up the liver to new Ilent three eggs light add one cup-Â¬ was cultivated by each planter which life and work with CASCARETS the great spring cleaner disinfectant and bowel tonic ful of fine granulated sugar and beat used mainly for home consumption again Add one cupful of sifted flour Get a 50c box to day a whole months treatment and see how quickly you will be until the Invention of the cotton gin mixed with one tenspoouful of cream gave way to Then Indigo and tobacco and one hnlf tenspoouful of DTnTlPUT fcAPF TO NEW TIPP fcV Slaves were imported in of tartar cotton Add three tablespnonfuls of from the West In- Â¬ sodn Heat well nnd bnke in slightly greater numbers milk dian islands principally Cuba and tho buttered cupcake tins In n quick oven Ynzoo delta and the Mississippi val- Â¬ When cold remove the centers and fill Â¬ ley soon became known as the great Â¬ the enses with crushed sweetened productive cotton sec est nnd most strawberries and cover with sweet Â¬ tions In the United States WealthyÂ¬ ened whipped crenm These cakes are planters from the older states re mucn better to serve for a supper moved to these cotton belts and here than the usual shortcake which lived for half a century nn aristocracy needs to be eaten ns soon as baked surpassed In no other section of tho A cold soggy shortcake Is a dish to south In point of wealth and culture avoid Good Housekeeping These lands are compared to those of JOc the Valley of the Islle in richness To the tlrl leuvliitf College caused by the frequent overflows of Do not select a NEVER Aim for success 25c 50c the Ynoo and the Mississippi rivers colling which is beyond you It Is heavy rich alluvial SOLD IN nnd the consequent better to be a good housekeeper tin n ALL DRUGGISTS deposits The group of gulf states a poor teacher It Is better to be an ne TO CTTKEl Five jw anpendlcUla bll all bowel trouble ANUA1Ctho first box or Now It Isof which these valleys form a larga expert stenographer than a poor law- Â¬ louaiicaa bad brentli bud blood wind snlil Xrti warn million boxrs is foul produce nearly 50 per cent on tlio tomaclr floated bowels area now over six yer It Is better to be an efficient than any senr moutli headacheJ tidleesUlon pltuplea of the cotton of the world With tho nrooror In similar inrulctne our tbo world This u absolutefaith and palna nfter eatlnt liver trouble allow complexion tiursc than an inefficient doctor Per Â¬ merit nnd urrutsell OAHCAKKTIsbest testimonial AVo haretp cure or increase of factories In the south haps the more ambitious calling will bo weja dont moyo rcsu lien nnd dizziness absolutely Biiaraoteed will larly you nro setting alcU Constipation Ullla nioro money refunded Oil buy today two SOc boxes at vet them n about one fourth of this product is bring n slight notoriety In the begin Â¬ It la a people lliun ull other diseases toifether ycara of fair honest trial us per simple directions and If you are manufactured In the United States ning but if a girl wishes to take a Mtnrter for tho chronic ailments ojid Ions not by mall or the My mutter whut gives em- Â¬ box unit the empty box to us eetyour money drutrclt from uftvrluc hat come ufterwanU Cotton raising in the south day for you whan You nnre based It und muling urnnt nils bnek fbr boln worthy place in the world she must ulU you atart taklnz CAHCAUKTSUo the time until vnu uirt iv ployment and support to about 7000 not only follow her bent she must boxes nirA UTWHV BIN nnil you wlllbless tbo day nlK IViiBur will never get well nnd be wnll day Health Will aulcUly follow advlcoj atari not being you put your bowels rlchl TnUo hbaolute cuar 000 negroes white men you arststnrtedtheueorOABUAKKXN Iloourree Bymaiu she has strength consider whether with GAGAItBTS to duy under an liMreui bTKuWIU UUsKuI CO Miff YOUK or ClUUiGO adapted to this class of labor antco to cure or money refunded i for the long race Temple Uullcy la M SCANLAND J Womans Home Companion i HIV in UMIWill I Wonted PILES I B7moMi iiltjiJW I Â¬ Fertilizers He thinks No but hes a really winter During their warm workshops living- BBmzWtmmiiiiS they ought and gain weight knows that not it winter As a lot weight but means a rotting matter staying when it ought to was out But Many dont as much Â¬ SBB1SBBbISBBBBBBBH 1 - sHsstoks -- ctfKaJusto LIVER TONIC bulk GUARANTEED CURE rur nritr illiseasnrniiBinoiiisirtiuruioirw irjnn f A fl - I fcHfci HffH VHVt Whent crops are simply immenso in Dr J S Cummins brother of Met this section ropolis visited him last week Corn crops aro looking line and havo Messrs D O Wortcn and Will Gard nor returned last week from Louisvillo boon woll cultivated rHE MOST FASCINATING INVENTION OF THE AGE SHERIDAN NEW SALEM whoro thoy havo been attonding modical A full crop of tobacco has been sot college Rules the whole realm of sound out Miss Ida Bobout lias closed her school Mist Martha Brown Lui Hnrpcnding Undo Joo Bridgoa died Sunday night Somo nioro of our fellow citizens havo ami Katie Uakor ihuiRlitur of Hiiiilc lin here with good results AZtfHMVSrnCv I s v7mMXW2tiSllZ ker aro nil on the siuk list C K Thomas has secured tho fall Ho had boon ill for somo time ho was docided very recently that they will not Wrlto relinquish tho chances of private life for W aro nwiliiiK rain t r badly vd school Charlio in addition to iustruc- - 70 years old J II Kuttor loft Saturday for Padu tho dazzling splendor and tho racking unlesw wo linvo souh in a fiuv dnya tln ting his pupils llie necessity of adhoring for corn and tobacco crops will bo cut ra strictly to the Ten Cmnnandmonts will cah whoro they will reside in the future caros of office Special enforce tho II th commandment Attend Mr Kuttor will havo chargo of tho now James G Brynnt of Mnrion paid ther short Tom Walker n Hying visit on Thursday the to your books and to his or her own bus hotel in that city is over While The wheat harvest Catalogue Bozeman of Tolu was hero last crop is 30 to 10 per cent short of last iness No 34 The merchants of Elizabothtown III last Saturday John Torrj was tho guost of Goorgo unrs crop in aureate it will average IOC trado considerable A few more dnja aro commanding per cont in qunlity Forrest Harris nnd wifo of Tolu spent Roborts last Sunday Kvery Saturday freo Saturday and Sunday hero like Friday and Saturday and it will be from Kentucky Rev J P Barbee filled his appointferriage is givon tho public and scores ready for tho thres her Mrs Grnco Howard of Memphis ment horo Saturday nnd Sunday and Our section set a full crop of looicco of people go thoro from this sido of tho I Tonn formerly Miss Graco Gwnrtnoy preached n flno sormon 1 10 G Uallinorc St BALTIMORE AI- Dj ace g is visiting her mother but owing to the dry hot weather and river to buy their meat groceries meal Uriah Torry was tho guost of E L tho cut worms and grasshoppers wo got hero Horning Sunday only about SO jht cent of a stand Pack peddlors havo boon pretty thick Miss Mary Jlrwin of Hopklnsvillo is Albert Horning visited llodgo Mc a Of horo in tho interest of tho graded school Harrison Austins father from Cave in this community tho past year Connell Sunday in Rook was nsitini relatives in this course wo havo no news peddlers Nit Sho lias applied for tho principalship Jnmes G Bryant of Marion was tho section last week Kov Thompson of Golcondn Illinois guest of Tom Walkor Sunday Revs Humphrey and Thomas oxpoun Mrs liettio Watkins of Pincktcy villi ded tho gospel to tho peoplo of Oakland preached Sunday nnd Sunday night nt Clydo McConnell paid Davo JAIlen a spoilt part of labt week visiting her rein vicinity Sunday C P church flying visit Sunday ti in this neighborhood Mr nnd Mrs Hickoy of Now Albany Kov Woolf of the Christian faith will Prosperity has surely come and every Mrs Jane Tyner and Miss Carrie le hold a series of meetings at tho Liberty Ind aro visiting at C B Gwartneys body i happy of Grovo church shortly boiMif Iiuckneyville wero th guests this weok their kinsman W C Tyners family Much wheat is being hnrvested this Osteopathy is THE DRUGLESS SCIENCE Tho city council will probably mcoton Consultation freo nt lnt week A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured ollico Charges only SiOO per month 3d of July to elect a marshal nnd wea week It is much bottor than anticipaMoney duo when tho treatment Arch Croson and Hill Tj nor still linve ted somo weeks ago begins Furthor information gladly given either in porson or by mail ther clerk At one timo I sulterod from a sovoro the brag pieces of wheat in this neigh Tho corn crop is promising fairly now sprain of tho ankle says Geo E Gary II F RAY D O Maiuov Kv There seems to bo a big crop of peoplo Inuhuod Thoro havo been signs of its bashfulncss editor of tho Guide Washington Va Our farmers will commence lajing by this year and somo of them near hero in growth but it is now getting fairly After using several well recommonded Two gonerous started their corn this week Corn is very small just will swap horses remedies without success I tried Cham for the time of year but has had the hearted fellows ovchanged horses hero borlains Pain Balm ntid nm pleased to tho other day Both as they separated POPULAR best working that a corn crop has had You may as well oxpect to run a steam say that reliof camo as soon as I began wore apparently feeling conscious that in many years n arly slxtv ars txn pullljhcd on Monday Wednes Â¬ I licked him 111711I r a tlip Peoples Na but before night ono of engine without water as to find an activo its uso and a complete euro speedily folTH day and Irlday Ij n complete NEW Bro Eli En ton is running an indepen ii nal lumlly Nc fuper for lowed At Haynes the parties besought the othor to rue energetic man with n torpid liver and up to date dally newspaper farmers and vilHuers its dent wheat harvester this year All you with him fpIendM AKricultural Depart Â¬ NEW three days In tho week with YORK this didnt suit fctho second you may know his livor is torpid whon ment Its rcliatlo market re Â¬ have to do is to show tho parso tho whit all Important news of the other port recognized authority party three days passed and first party ho doos not rolish his food or feels dull four das YORK Profusely Illus- Â¬ tnrouRhout the country and never mind about tho grub In TRllanguid after oatlng often has head in nbsenco of second party exchanged nnd fculilon notes its Science anJ FREDONIA trated and Tilled nlth Interest Mechanics Department s Hill Tyner and son have their sawmill horses and took homo his UCCII V faclnatlnc short stories etc WEEKLY lne rcadlns for a wh0 wlh ta first love For ache and sometimes dizziness A fow flEElXlal etc render It Indispensable In keep In close touch with news all up and in running trim and will soon further particulars ask at ncxtquartorly doses of Chamberlains Stomach and LiC A Sturtovant wont to Carrsvillo ul TRIBUNE eieryiamuy Jlrtcular 9100 TRIRTJMI9r he nation and world bo making the dust tly senpuun price I lilDUnC KeBH lur nubiu court This case will create widespread ver Tablets will rostoro his liver to its Thursday Iier cur lirtr lX1llk imv We of tho New Salem valley would attention Tho law does not excuso ig- normal functions renew his vitality imn fontcUon with The Tribune Millard Gray and wife of Hart coune offer to those wh0 i exiles und aSrlcultural journals the following desire to secure the beat maelnc like to hao n good wheat thresher start norance splendid tnducemints prove his digestion and mako him feel ty aro visiting rolatives in thojtown and With liko a now man intendajs in our section as bread is All persons Prico 23 cents Sam vicinity iteguiar With Weekly Trl WeeHy having loved ones buried Trice Tribune Tribune scarce with most of us getting ples freo atllaynes drug store One Year One Year One Year Pitts Beavers has been confined to his KorM AmKtAnn nt Deer Creek gravej ard aro notified to a IflOO efSrd innrnrrH Mnirnxirir Jew urn iiirw inWell tho knowing ones say that we meet there and clean oh tho graves and York City 100 room for Boveral weoks with rheumntism loo Hi uriicrH lliiEiir iro ew York City H 0 Hi 4r aretohae two railroads built in the lix the fence Why not treat the dead and is no bettor lMI Cc iro cv York Bnlne rw - Vok City Ji ltM BLACKBURN county one from Carrsvillo to Kuttawa with respect 4J M im ttm tro lormcr scuooimaio oi Tennessee is McCliir MriKuzliie Netv V York City itMi and ono from to Marion ltir ito sruiiK iCMllcH Alontlily New Vork City 1SS 1KT lK The farmers are about through harv visiting Mrs W F Young Wo understand indirectly that somo riv lUfti sll Our people mo very glad to hear the ao io ltMl 110 Miss Mao Garner returned Saturday one recently entered the church hero esting their wheat 171 Ledger Moiithly jvv Vork City gojd news lCMl I upfc J7 V nv City rimi and almost demolished the church organ rM rrt inJohn Tom Kemp and family of Iron from an extended visit to a friend in Lou IUUKC NewYork - Ill Tho hot winds that hao been blowing rM rM nrol liCt -Voracity M and two windows an effort is now being Hill was a friend of Bob Hodges Satur isvillc lH Itevlew pf IteicwHevJew York City the past few days aro mining the pastrn ano iir MriRnxIne mado to locato the guilty Jew York City t Mrs Smith Johnson and children of ScrllncrM AcriculturlMt Nevr York City iM UMI day and Sunday American il ics ii- iih isr 17- loo T M Hamilton is endeavoring to so- - Miss Susie Joyco spent Friday with Mt Vornon Ills havo boon visiting in HurnI Jew orker Jew York City N Y ia CoMiionolltan Mncmlnr IrvlnBton George Mitchell of Salem has been LOO 1SS 11IH ountrv ieutlcinnn Albany J Y town nnd vicinity for a week or two XAMt ki ri 1iirm Journnl IlillndclplilA Penn assisting Tj ner V Son pnrt of last week cure a grnphophone nndvcntrilotiuist to her sister Mrs Mollio Brown ro iixt t irt KnIlillotlelphln Ienu add totho hourth of July attractions aiH nru ioo v ull Jns Eskow and wifo and Miss Mary John Rorer and family of Crittenden getting their sawmill in shape tomnaiilon lloxton Mam -- 171 awt here slnKUeM Mann no visited friends and rolatives at Hoods woro visiting in Caldwell Sunday imi iro Ksj C K Stoens of Siilem was in Sprlnprflell Mum roVHfInna 12S lH isn nm tIu Kov John Board of Flat Rock atton lOO ltH Saturday nnd Sunday 15- section on business last week Clilrnjro jnrm i- lent itixl llrcHllpiuaiUk 111 III OO lOO l OrniKAC luilil Farmer 1T 18- Bud Perkins and wifo wore guosts of ded sorvices at tho Baptist church Inst I J ii tomlNl InillnnapolN Clilenrro Saj Zinc Road isJour Salem Tiger a ro Inl A Terrible Explosion loo Ohio I armor Cpelntil Oliln Sundny Leo Eldors Saturday and Sunday 100 liir bad one orhavejou nioro than ono of rarmcr ch 1IH ID Inrm nnil Ilrrsllc Detroit HO MrliiirllPI lOO Of n gnsolino stove kburned a In- - Crops aro needing rain badly in this Miss Ruby Rico returned la9t week JiiriH Jcmn SprliiKnclil Ohio Ohio the beasts in jour town From the way 151 ltMl 15 nnil Piiriii 1oiiIm llle from school at St Vincent Acadomy wo heard a negro yelling in jour town dy residing hero frightfully writes section The larmer M Innl Minn Ky iro no lno i5 aiiiiiuiar nail Tho low shaft is yielding n fine quanlast Monday wo thought ho had got into N E Par1Ior of Kirklmm In the jim iio Tlearo send iah with order Mrs Emolino Turk of Piney crrek Those Klthln to subcrile f tity of iluorspar lead nnd zinc as is tho o publications In ronnectlon with tui ui niu Uliisis III I J1IUI1U IIIUIUIII- - best doctors couldnt honl tho The Tribuno visited J A Guess Sunkay Â¬ umit at uubU run mines that havo been worked for tho last cer Jas Woodjard roping ouo of the IIJUMJ Jc lorlc City Claronco Crittondon and wifo spent year or two blacks preparatory to starting to Smith ning sores that followed but Buck i i laud jail with him It t was tho wife of Ions Arnica Snlvo entirely cured Sunday at hor mothers Logan Farloy of Como Miss has a Miss Cora Winn of Carrsvillo visited position as minor and is n good ono the prisoner doing tho yelling her infnlliblo for cuts sores boils Missos Lillio and Maud Guess Sunday Blakoly and family moved to Mexico Uaid Childress who ileft this couuty bruisos skindisoasos nndpilos 25c Dr J A Lamb of Tribuno was with last week tome forty years ago came back last at Ormos U3 Sunday week and is examining tho old landJ McCollum is collecting tho school marks Ilo finds very fow of tho old set tax tiers hero that were horo when ho left A Warning DYCUSBURG and tho neighborhood has undergone many changes in that time Pain or soreness in tho back must no Sevoral of our peoplo aro nttonding COPPER SPRING ver bo slighted Kidnoy diseases croop Ilnmby P Brown nnd wife of lioln court this week on us with only that ono warning Wheat cutting is tho order of tbo day Do The wheat harvest is nbout over spent part of last we k with relatives lay is folly when by tho timely uso of at present and friends in this section Everybody done sotting tobacco Morolys Livor and Kidnoy Cordial tho Ed Wilson is very low at tho present I E J Hnyward and family of Mnrion great systom renovator all dangor can A Davidson nnd wifo of Levins writing aro visiting his mother at this placo spent Sunday in this section bo avoided This romedy is a positivo Vea Travis of Blackford was in our Eugene Gravos of Paducah was visit- euro for any urinary troubles For salo midst last week on business gOffice ovor Marion Bank i Miss Cooksey The old lad who is at MARION KY at Ormos the widow Whites crippled is still con ing in town last week Missos Aggie and Silva Travis attondMisses Ialeen Graves Ada Dycus lined to her bed ed church at Wilsons Chapol last Sun SHADY CROVE Ninnin Bennett nnd Lillio Grnvos retur uunr day ned homo from St Vincent last weok Bront Horning was ovor to seo us Sun Call at K l Haynos drug storo and W B Crider passed through our secwhere they spent ten months in school day Ho has n position in Providonoo get n sample botllo of Chamberlnins tion Friday on route to Marlon FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ed Hill went to Pnducah Sunday Stomach and Liver Tablets Thoy aro The Sugar Grove choir gave us a pleaSam Paris and wifo woro tho guests of Georgo Brandou of Pnducah was in sant call Sunday and their singing was EMBALMER an elegant phjsic Thoy also improve Mrs Sallio Woods of Pinoy last wook tho appetite strengthen the digestion town ono day last week greatly onjojod Jake Thomason of Piney creek vis nnd leSiiliitt tho livei and bow elf Thoy Complete stock of Coffins Caskots Burial Robes and Stovo Tisdnlos family was visiting in Quito n crowd of young peoplo took a ited Marsh Cridor last weok aro easy to take and pleasant in ef Pinckneyvillo last week Slippers Fine Hearse for funeral occasions Prompt atten- Â¬ nico hay rido Saturday ovonlng going Marion Horning attonded the Sunday fect Miss Leona Parsons of Pinckneyvillo out to G D Kemps whoro tho host of tion given all orders day or night School at Pinoy Fork last Sundny even- is visiting Stovo Tisdalos family this music was enjoyed ning Wondor what was tho attraction week Ky Donnio Hubbard spont a few dajs in Marion MEXICO An ico cream supper to bo givon by Marion last wook Miss Caroiino Brnntloy who has been Mm Marthn Bibbs is very sick with tho ladies of tho M E church Thurs W II Towory has boon vory sick Jfor a visiting J II Travis of Pinoy has re- Finest and Best 100 a Day House Black well Lodge day night Juno 27th typhoid fever weok past but is Improving in Kentucky turned homo II C Rico of Kolsoy was in town ono was a musical entertainment nt Theie No 57 K P Quito a largo timo laoxpoctcd at Enon J N Lamb and W N Travis havo Jack Tabors Saturday night the Wood day last weok next Sunday and quito n crowd will go got their corn burrs ready for grinding Meets overy Fridny night all brothers furnished tho music Rev Wiso preached nt tho Baptist from horo flno meal so bring in your corn overy in K P Hall Misses Lucy Campbell and Misses church Saturday night and Sunday Mrs J G ABhor was visiting in tho coun Friday evening J W BLUE J G Lucy and Mabel Rose visited rolatives Mrs Mattio Wadlington is vory sick try Saturday nnd Sunday Sunday school is progressing nicely GEO M CRIDER K of R and 8 in Caldwell ouuty at this timo Dr McConnoIl has a pot crow and it at Wilsons Chapol with Mrs Suo Brad K E DRENNAN Propr Willie Hnrd returned from Kelsy Sun Quito a crowd from horo attonded tho talks equal to a parrot loy as superintendent L H JAMES OMJAMES day whoro ho has been with his father commencement at St Vincent last week PADUCAH KENTUCKY Tho boys nro talking brass band for several months noxt Saturday Ed Mott nnd family of Marion woro SUGAR GROVE guests of Mrs John Deoring Sunday BLOWS FACTORY TRIBUNE LAWYERS Rev Jnmes Prico was guest of Jnmes Ed Wnlkor of Fishtrnp visited nt J Wo aro having somo dry woathor just King Fridny Hill Boyd is now roady to grind nil tho M Wnlkors Sunday MARION now KY cb rn ho can got Mrs M J Greenleo of Mnyflold is Tho Sugar Grovo singing class visited Mrs Emelino Turk visited hor son visiting Mrs Geo Piorco m Hurst visited John Birchflold Sugar Grovo Sunday i Alox Guess Sundny OlUco ovor Hnynos Drug Storo Thos Meredith nnd wifo visited in Sul day TLos E Wnlkor of Iron Hill visited Fnrmors nro busy cutting wheat in this Christlnn county last wook Vfcn Drinon has purchased a now bug- - in tho Blackburn neighborhood Sunday Phone 115 MARION KY soctionJ Willis Polk is quito sick ny Albert 13 Horning of Iron Hill was Elmor and Preston McConnoIl attond Ben Capps hns bought tho Thos Ma JnK am says Sam Stonos rnaro died tho guost of Hodgo McConnoIl Sunday ed church nt Shady Grovo last Sun of nal moningitis bry farm Robt G Phillips of Marion was horo day Miss Alln Tabor was guost of Mrs Al hoat will soon do to cut in this soc- - Sunday Wcsloy Shelton makos n flying trip to tion ico Butlor Friday Howard Phillips wont to Hopkins Inst Does all Kinds of Koofing u khi iuooros ovory Sunday - Milton Corley mado his OITlco with Dr A J Knapp suito IT Mrs Willlo Whoolor is very low with usual trip to Monday t i ln Guttering and Repairing w Arcado building EVANSVILLE IND iucuonuoii visited W 0 Mc soo his girl Sunday fever Mrs Corn Stownrt of Marion visited Connell Sunday Prnctico limited to disoasos of tho Root Painting a Specially Miss Norn Urasher is vory low with Thoro was mooting at tho Pino Knob hor fathor E Ii Hill last week K ll McConnell nttondod SunrA ay school house last Saturday nitrht thnm Will bo glad to do your work Gall troullo Ear Nose and Throat lunf J W Allen was tho guost of J II Par Eye dviwi iii uincKuurn Sundny iui vablwulOB priCOB was a lnrgo attendance ish Sunday aLASSPTTBD Shop 2nd door East Mpaonlc Building NEWS OF THE COUNTY CARRSVILLE SUGAR GROVE 7TU- V CRAPHOPHONE vsT Song Story Â¬ CJ Â¬ Col2biaJjElio3aogrrapti Comvay n DR II F iiBu HHI ti me usieopam Â¬ treats an cnronic disrases Wit hout Faith Drugs or nifc Â¬ Â¬ ocm-o--ooooo-- Â¬ m miun 1 1 PRICES - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rltlii Â¬ Â¬ lrr y ni M M Cavo-in-Hoc- k Â¬ tsiirt iir Â¬ weis iw tis - ult 11 1 J ix Â¬ - lKrXMmiii i I F Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ R DORR and Â¬ tM Picture Frames Hade to Order Marion Â¬ Â¬ New IRichmond House xius Â¬ James James T Atchison Frazer and Surgeon Physician 1 Â¬ l S H Ramage m Dr M Ravdin Tinner Â¬ tti