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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pr VOL 28 MARION CRITTENDEN COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 29 1906 NUMBER 27 OUR WONDERFUL MEET HONORABLE DEFEAT FRIDAY NIGHT MINERAL DEPOSITS V Interesting Report ufacturers by Albert Ptienis Published 22nd in the Man- - fcwm Hit A Jgtflil Marion High School Debaters t Were De- - fealed by The Debaters at Morganfield Record of Nov 1906 on the PUBLIC OPINION WAS THAT MARION Lead Zinc and Fluorspar of this District WON AKOTHER lYEZT blQII f other part of tin United States han a more unique history in the than way of mineral devclopoment the section Hereabouts and in none are thce development undertaking character of a more interestinir I presume I am afe in Nevertheless tint preponderating maHaying that jority of the people in this world know no more of condition in this section than did when an invitation came to me to come over here and sec what in lining done in the no of llourspar zinc and Irad do I had oon fluorspar velopcmcnt specimens at the magnificent State exhibit made by Kentucky at the Loniana Purchase Exposition in St Louis and had vague ideas of the lead and zinc deposits Kentucky Hut when Ma was said to contain rion was mentioned the name convey ed to nit so little of intelligence a to what I would find down here that the results of my investigation arc altogether in the nature of revelations to inc I find in fluorspar this section is producing practically everything that comes from American fluorspar mines today and is seemingly destined to largely supply not only the entire American demand for this product but to ultimately ship its output to Also that foreign ports as well there are geological and miucralogi cal reasons for believing that this lihtrict will become a great and permanent producer of lead and zinc rivaling the famous Missouri lead while there are and zinc section likewise expectation that there will be an important revival in iron ore production here as well as a dovel opcmenl in the mining of barytes and other minerals including cobalt a substance so important in electrical work that Kdison has declared he can tremendously reduce the cost of elecCobalt tric automobiles by its use find here but it is said to is a new have been found in promising inanities and it is hoped that by further prospecting it may develop into a Rarytes is commercial proposition found horo in several counties in qualities sutlicicnt to justify tuiniug operations and some of it runs us high as 1M1J percent pure It is rn other minerals however that the section bases its claim to especially fluorspar consideration and zinc and while the present jron production is of minor importance too is counted on too add to tho development and wealth of the section and is iron which gives to the district its most unique historical asFor iron has boon mined here pect for three quarters of a century and one of the mines was owned and oper- Â¬ and is ated by Andrew Jackson day as the Jackson known to this In this district also ou tho mine Crittenden Cumberland river in county was the site of the Kelly furnace where the first Bessemer steel ever made in the world was produced for it is a matter of record that some years boforo Bessemer no nounced in England tho process of making stool to which his name is irrevocably llxod William Kelly had No Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ district before the waroperated b INTERVIEW WITH PROF KEE charcoal fuel aid by slave labor and in Lyon counts there are still two or three charcoal furnaces in opera- Â¬ tion to this day Tlicro is a lack of railroad transpo tation here however and in compe Â¬ tition with modern method the iron mines of thin disnict have little Chore are show in recent years however linn bodies of hematite ores in Crittenden Lyon and Livingston counties and while exact definite data are yet to he compiled it is the belief hero that a vciy important iron ore field may yet be demonstrat Â¬ ed to exist in this section With lime Hiiumpar and coal in the im- Â¬ mediate vicinity with the inevitable construction of railiouds to open up and with three the whole district On Friday afternoon Nov Sl Piof Kee and Mis Maggie Monro School- aud a accompanied the deb iter- - to Morganfield who wero clio en to represent the Marion school in joi ut debate with Morgun fiold ehool lrol Kee on bcini in- Â¬ terviewed reports the following Ouv party eonsi tiug ol about seventeen ntudcui and teachers ou arriving at Morauficld wa mot at the station by several bundled enthu- Â¬ siastic school people wearing thoir color with veils and hum ty greetingTpon inquiry of Plot Burton to know who was ijot yet provided with entertainment it uis found that about all of our peoplo had got ten lo t in tho crowd nor could their whereabouts acciiratelv bo determined their appearance j until they put in lut tho Grand Opera House ludg- ing from their couteniinunt thev had all bad uppei- - and from their Muilff each cn that it could be easily AN AGED CITIZEN beau had caught a Morganueld belle and that several beau had found OF SALEM DIES Marion belle The speaker4 hac accompanied their teacher to tb- - ho tel and ab their was to bi a more at a Ripe Old Age Richard Shelby pies erioiis task they woio wearing more seriou aspects until they were intro- Â¬ Thursday Evening duced to tho Morganfield icpreseiita lives and had had it explained to them how that the Morganfield speak Â¬ Richard Shelby nn of Nam Shel- er wore going to make uxtumpurauc by deeea eil aud a lineal decundaui oii -- peeehca aud that the notes they of Kentuckys firm governor died had written wm not at all to be used Thursday morning at li oclock on his I a sometimes done by those who Mi Shelby wa are in the hnbit of forgetting their farm nearSaleni Mck only afew dajs of pneumonia speeches He wan born March Uh ISJJI near A well selected music program where he died hence wa in his Tilth had been arranged to uorne between year lie married Mis Kliia Rebec Â¬ the spciche and at the bogining aud and he thn cud ol debate th ca Kiayncr July Alter reading of and even children survive him Hiov the qiwstiou and introductory reiuatko being Pr T R Shelby of Irineo by Irof Rnrton Mr Paul Schmidt I V Mr ton Ky S L Shelby took bis position before tho audience Crichlow Misses Klla Kaiiuie Wil j of about tiOO people and after defin- lie and Uirdiu Shelby all of ShIoiii ing the jiieiion began trying to per suade them and the jud that tho vicinity S is following in the foot stopf hold by Che funeral son ice wa Klder Kldrcd of the Princeton Ky iof iiueieni Rome Mr Gray Ronh- Christian church Mr Shelby being estei followed fast with a tuastcrlul a member of that denomination since otiort ami judgiug from the outhv- Mr Shelby was a brother of siastie cheers of the audience ho had 1S72 Mrs ICmuia Hayward of this city who quite convinced them of the superi is now the last member of her fathers ority of tho Anglo Saxon race repre senting them as a peoplo who iu family surviving history have not followed any nation Death of Mr Parrett Hinmarj Miss Verlie Coffniau next took the of Parrett lliumun tho night opera- Â¬ floor ou behalf the amrmative and a nine minutes speech did what tor at the I U Depot who had been in could to reinforce her collcguo ill with pneumonia for only one week stic Mr Schmidt His died Sunday night at 725 Miss Fenwick Walhcn was now the first condition was critical from ready with a fifteen niinuto speech and his family physician Dr Hnyden and scorned to cover every point that of Kvansvillc so informed the fami- Â¬ the atlirinativc had introduced Shu ly when he emtio here to see him the characteristic differ- Â¬ His parents sisters and brother and pointed out ences that have always existed be- Â¬ an uncle wero all hastily summoned tween tho government of the U S here and remained till the end came and that of Rome aud convinced all The romains were carried to Kvaus of her intimate kuowledgo of villo Monday accompanied by many present eurrout events and modern politics members of O R T to which he be- Â¬ Mr Thomas Waller now took tho The interment took place longed stand for Morganfield and did full Tuesday ao A oclock credit to his side of tho argument The death ol this fine young man Mr Waller was by tar the strongest is especially distressing as he was spoakor that the affirmative had only twenty one years of ago and iu Rut MiBB Annie Dean was deter tho prime of his young manhood He mined that tho nogativo should not was sober aud industrious aud hold Â¬ worthy advocate andja a ing a position of trust and responsi- Â¬ suffer for a sixteen niinuto of well prepared lucid Tho family have our sympa Â¬ bility thy in their deep affliction Continued on FiftirPfteT of Marion Gridtd number ol student great navigable streams skiiting the district the Ohio Cumberland and Tonuoei river it is declared that a more favorable location lor iron making ean hardly be found The only notable effort that has been made to develop the iron indus try here on a big scale was a futile undertaking made sonio 15 years ago by Thomas W Lawson and Boston tine towu of associates The Grand Hi vers was laid out at point where the Tennessee and Cumberland rivets come within a mile and Plans for a a half of ach other groat industrial ecutcr at Grand Kiv ers were made a blast furnace was built and houses were constructed among them a business house for Lawt oii made ol the iroD ore of the Numerous reasons arc givdistrict en for the failure of this project Tho fact tliHt although the town was on a branch of the Illinois Central Â¬ Â¬ t w r- - aang minm Â¬ i 3 Â¬ Â¬ Railroad it was 2f miles away troui iron ore which hud to be hauled in wagon is considered as an entirely sufficient explanation of the failure to go no futliur although another might bo suggested in the discovery made quite generally in tho South Â¬ following the town boom era of I ft years ago that even au altogether successful blast furiuoo ih a wholly inadequate foundation on which to build a big industrial editor Although this mineral district composed ou thib side of tho Ohio river of the counties of Crittenden Caldwell Livingston and Lyon is at the prehont time under develop- Â¬ ment as to fluorspar lead and rino to scicutiGc basis au extent aud on before reached it ih the belief that not Â¬ merely a beginuing has boon made and that the nest succeeding years will sec u degroo of development of Â¬ In the vastly greater importance light of what is expected of the dis- Â¬ trict by those interested it may be commented that nothing in the way of the marvelous has been achieved But it in up to the prcsont time explained that the district is plated over with mistakes aud it is declared that if a man comes in here with nionoy and experience or with a dis- Â¬ position to seek or avail himself of expert advieg as to conditions geo- Â¬ logically aud mechanically there is not a more inviting field auywhore Some failures have been made hero in over hero the fluorspar lead and zinc linos by discovered tho sumo process and had entirely porfeoted tho pro parties who hud littlo money and less cess of manufacture on identically experience and who proceeded or the same lines for which Bosscinor the theory that profitable operations grass has received such universal credit could bo conducted from the thorc On the other hand Tlicro wero dozens of furnaces in this roots have beeu numerous comfortable tor THE DEKOVEN GOAL tunes realized out of operations here MINING COMPANY a number of companies are uuw oper ating von profitably but there have been no com panic organized on the scale of the two operating just over OPERATIONS THERE TO BE ON A MORE the Ohio river in ilardiu county EXTEHSIVESCALE S50000 SPENT Illinois where at Rosielare John 11 IN IMPROVEMENTS McLean the Washington aud Cin cinnuti newspaper man aud m Fair New York view John Mulholland Che activity in tnis the greatest and Kansas City banker aro osteiii coal Held in the world shown that the ively engaged in fluorspar and lead demand for coal i increasing more and iue mining rapidly than coal is being mined Ideologically this is a unique field On cveiv hand there is at cry for In a recent and unlik any other coal and a coal famine is the predic- Â¬ report made by K O Plrieh and W tion being made It ulmo t every one S Targicr Smith utidor the direcIt is not a question with operators tion of tho Inited States Jeological now as to whether tho demand for Survey it ih declared that this discoal will equal the supply or not trict differs from others chiefly in the but whether or not enough coal ean preseuee of basic igneous dikes in j be gotten out to meet the demand the ibundauco of tiuorite and its- - al The plant of the PeKoven Coal A itli load most constant association Dekoven i one and zinc ores aud in the mode of Miuing Company at in thin section now the occurrence of the ores which are of the largest yet it is to be enlarged aud improved found principally in truu fissure so that operation may bo carried on veins that have resulted from frac Â¬ ou a more extensive scale tlntn ever Local ture and subsequent fauliug The company will begin at once and authorities point out that the ore U O0U in en spend not less than aud bodies are uloug fault lane larging and improving the plant true fissure veius aud that in one of Mr S A Scott of Pittsburg Mr tho numerous intrusive igneoifs dikes CH llohmer of Louisville aud ore is carried a contact on each Manager S Y Sturgi of Dekoven side of the dike Tho displacement were in Morganfield Tuesday consult along the fault planes in fissures is inn wiih carpenters about the work which known to exueed lfiOO feet and completing their plans gives certainly 11000 ft as the depth of Mining Com Â¬ The Dekoven Coal the ore deposits wit every geologi pany owns au exceedingly valuable cal reason for supposing that they go tract of coal laud containing tlious oven beyond that to depths- where aud and no matter how of acres The large the scale ou which they operate miniug would bo impractical country rooks penetrated by these this aud other generations will have fault planes and Gssurcs are tho Ste passed away before it is exhausted Mr Ieroy Nogglo of this city is St Louis and Spergcn Genevieve nssoeiased with the above firm aud Hill limestones which are the same has been since he ntaincd manhood that carry tho lead and zme ores of His father G W Noggle has been It is argued there also for many years withe ame Southwest Missouri He is one of their most that at any iuercasod depth there company should be no less ore than ut present trusted aud valuable employee The duo est mines on either side of Judge Nunn ill tho Ohio rivor are those of the Fair Ou account of ill health Judge and view and Rosielaru properties Nuun of the Kentucky court as they arc down no more than Mf Thomas of appeals has gone to Red Boiling feet it is evident that merely tho Sptings Tonn for a course of treat- Â¬ surface has been scratched so far While tho Judge is at the ment With those conditions it is declar Â¬ Springs Attorney Alf Hendrick of ed that the district needs only capital of hulueah his private necretary in sufficient quantities and efforts in- will remain at home with his parouts bo at the telligently made to -- cenre results IT lie Judge expects to springs for two or three months laducah News Democrat Continued on Kighth lago J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lsJ ri ii V a S A m VHJJIflt- pianaa Ml fi A I DC NT LIKE WIND Never Gets BEST SHOES ON EARTH ART CLOTHING p YOU wmt to cct Goods from a Dlacc where satisfaction is guaran teed COME HERE Money back if the Goods dont suit you NO SKIN GAME NOR FAKE SCHEME None but the Best For the least Money Suits SHAPE 275 to 1500 Yours truly any and all Sizes and Kinds and its no LIE Sam Howerton KELSEY KENTUCKY lSki This is the store that clothes a whole family when You have a limited amount of money to spend None of them will have to go with- Â¬ out anything if you work and spend your money here mMMMm fl W fi5d iMddljML AND TRUE a ol Jhff wrfJJMmfoW auajtrc gyail-SS i In- - WriiA Wmwmmd m i W JMrtftth l4 W Ne-- 3-F- TlfwwaMJ STAND LOYAL can inoii -- than Kill a TO OLD TIME DEMOCRACY W r Cowper Urges The Democrats of Crittenden and Livingston To counties Support ROBERT S PARIS FOR REPRESENTATIVE a kod on every hand m iet to take charge ol the orphans and abandoned children from every coun Â¬ ty in Kentucky and it- - policy is not to turn a deaf ear to tho e entreaties To continue this work it is necessary to call upou the public for a gener Â¬ ous response to this Thanksgiving ap- Â¬ peal 1lcaso address cheeks or currency to - being at tin rate of month and the The mce sarily gieat -- ociety THE KEMTUCKY SYNOD -i Closing Out at Cost Having decided to close out my stock of Gen- Â¬ eral Merchandise at this place at COST and less I will sell you Largest Attendance tic Session and Most Enthusias- Â¬ Held in its History KBNTrCKVnilLDKKNSfiTJSn SOUIKTY my friends who stood by uic no nobly in my struggle for the lion r of the nomination for Ucpreseuta I can only ay nature cannot tivc be so lenient with time to inc as to enable me to ever repay you for Words fail jour genorou- - -- upport - to you my gratitude ine to exprenMay your future be strewn with roses of hlis-- pro pority and happiness To tlioso who voted against mo 1 nothing but ave no Ilindoniiiiition words of praie and commendation for your judgement in voting ju t as lor the every patriot should vote May your choice dm ii of niir choice be ble ed with rich fruits for the without good of the wholo people regard to any uritd or political faith T allalilvo who paiticipatod in tho dciu-orav and to all other recent primal and lrioiids of good govern mil lit in both Ioiiiities tut mc appeal in v Main a- - loyal arid true to 4inoiplo- - of nld time dcinouricy is I have ever stood and all my peo will tiutiii uoco plu if you do the blow of my siicce lul op tiiiwn Mr Ilobcrt Pari- lliiin ponent live no belli r democrat ioiii Siuinl by hi in loul mid true forucM fuiris tunc of real trouble There are im who -- pot on me lor 1 collie fioiu i family of democrat wIiohc hlooi in pute una - not cor iiipteil or tuinti 1 with anything ex there liae Ji niurrucy icpt iicvor not mVr will be any Hulking h any of iny iiimil or oi n-in-I pledge tho united ami frciidn of every Iriend of Mlid ituppori Mr my Pari Hubert m nu to worth opponent and our next reprc tÂ¬ 1 Jo 21 Hi Vov Borwkk Avk KY LOU IS V Hi LIS NEW ELDERADO Kentucky Synod of the Cumberland 1resbyterian Church met according to adjournment with llopkinsville congregation in the city of llopkinsville Ky Tuesday Oct Ill lJIOti 7110 p m The sermon was preach cd by llev M M Smith the retiring Moderator andthe constituting prayer and offered by Rev J T Harbee The ofticcjof Stated Clerk and Treas urer was declared vacant the Rev T N Williams having gone oflwith the Kid Presbyterian Church l S A Â¬ Â¬ GOODS FOR CASH please call and settle same at once as I need the money to pay my bills Yours Cheaper than they were ever sold in Crayneville Anyone looking for a Good Stand for business can get a bargain from me by buying the whole stock All who owe me on account or by note will i ntntivc t It Ai bog to lemiiu Vniir most hiimblo crvuut V CiiwiKii I -- bext Hi hup Appeal for the A Children touching appuul i being sent nut bV the Kentucky Childrens Home Siii ioty id Louisville for a gouerou- - Thanksgiving reniombrancc This - a lonestablished custom of the society which ususally moots This w th a gouorous response however on account of tho reyear cent political campaign and other counter causes the society finds it lelf sorely in need of funds The expcnseof accomplishing tho rapid expanding work and of fulfilling its full duty to tho great mass of desti tute children of tho state is being greater and unless the public corao te tho aid of tho institution tho work will be greatly hampered this year Destitute children aro coining to the Â¬ Â¬ E Ii McUue was 2iaJo Clerk pro BY teni CHRISTENED SO THIS DISTRICT IS Synodthcn adjourned until 880 Wednesday morning to complete its WELL KNOWN MINER organization tho After reading minutes of the evening beforcthe clerk proceeded to call tho roll One A prominent luincraljmairjlargcly hundred and thirty six delegates re- Â¬ intoro tod in mines recentlyvisited Rev sponded J T Rarbce of Ho write- - the Press this district Owensboro Presbytery a- follow- inously made Moderator and Klder The mineral out look for thoNe E H MoUne Stated Clerk andVIrea Kldorido io my mind - very bright Among tho visiting brethren surer and will contiiiuejto grow more so L Iludgiiis of In Rev wen I rum year to year as developments Rev Thos iou City Teun Ash o far only tho surface has progro Rev W II burn Evaiisvillo I iid When the miners been cratched McLo ky ofliilton lyJudge2Jne reachol a depth of live hundred feet II Fu sol of Columbia Tumi Judge and over yourdistriet will far famed W IJ Young of Clark Tille Tenn Giu out the mining new- - I find and lion I I Hi kette4ol that tho Klondike on the Cumberland Tenn All those bruthnn which wub burned out lust December made in piriug talk- - and inur- ns had been rebuilt better than over and glad on account of their optimi iic that the output tor Auuiist ami Mip view- Much work wa- - done iud tember wu about thirty tons per day more spiritual power iuiuife ted lliin of fir t grade griudcrr spar and It was -- aid that for many years should thi- - enntiiiiio three hundred thi- - meeting of Synod wan thmjtimi s work days in the year Inould oiiiul any proceeding iiu einig as large iKHtrl hall the output of the uitire of this body mid that too with ari wodtern Kentucky district lor llJOoas othor body in session one sijuire Jeologist Nutwoods shown in late away -- tyliug itiiolf Kentucky Sunui report published in the 1iess last A of the Presbyterian Church l The company now operating eek SA Jf it can carry thai imun- - for The Cuinbei this wonderful iniue one year or until the iiioetim at lund Hiyer Mining Co of 1ittnlmrg Oct 11117 Owennboro Ky hi e stroii ir and prognmxivc and nioiiii it will survive and shed its cau hugiuess keep jour oyo on tho dal appendage and put on full grown old Klondike whioh may probably airs Tho synod appointed a iiitu bo known umler the now name a tho bur from each Presbytery in its St John mine bouiuih to lill the vacancies caused hjij the retiring of old member ol the MEETING PINEY CREEK Hoard of Syuodioal Church ten- Â¬ fir t Sun Â¬ l ho mooting began the sion The Hoard was reorganied day in November and continued two with Rev H II Ilondorson Presi weeks and tho church was much re- dent llov J Hozarth A ico vivedThere wore seven additions Prosidont and J L Price Secretary Many and Treasurer to tho churoli bv baptism The other members Christians that wcic living in a luke- ot mo uoaru are iiov J j isarlice warm state eamo out boldly for Christ of Owensboro Presbytery Jlov IV and this cause Folks of Mayfield lrosbytory and Tho good seed that were sown dur Â¬ Dr J V Hondrioks of Jjogau Pres Â¬ ing this series of meetings will spring bytery One hundred and twenty Uro Thomas up the glory of God seven dollars in cash was raised for Woodall the organist was presont Home Missions to bo used in defray Â¬ Tho and assisted in tho singing ing Synodical expenses and such pastor Rev J W Vaughn did the other work as may he directed by preaching and ho was blessed and Synod Pledges were taken for gen- Â¬ mado happy by seeing so much good eral Legal Fund to be held by he result from his consecrated labor Secretary and Treasurer of the Bourd To God bo all the glory of Synodical Church Extension to the amount of fivo hundred and thir- Â¬ ADVERTISEMET MATRIMONIAL ty one dollars The ladies A poor devil Mceks ii rich angel mot and reorganized thoir State work -1 Â¬ and fish is the trade mark of Scott s Emulsion and in the svuonvm for strength and purity It is sold in almost all the civilized coun tries of the globe If the cod fish became extinct it would best world wide calamity because the oil that comes from its liver surpasses all other fats in nourishing- and life giving properties Thirty years ago the proprietors of Scotts Emul sion found a way of preparing inn n Â¬ Â¬ n J HE above picture of the F CANADA Crayneville Ky A Kensington unilcrtnki r displays this sign A man When all Doctors fail come to me When your tooth wont in Marion has said stop paining go to Ji Stilwell Â¬ DR i i F i S STILWELL i 11 - ii DENTIST ii ii Â¬ TtiiM jjr snr Ohicf Omk M vision - cod liver oil so best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicute people and all conditions of wasting and lost strength I taste Scotts Emulsion is the take it and get the full value of tho oil without the objectionable that everyone can W1 MARION 1k - KENTUCKY It Didnt Hurt a Bit Kc idencf Ihone 170 I 11 Oumi- - Jims rs Iir iTe-idi-- nt Nice lri idelit KI Vi ut Ni 11 mt hi- - vm- - ln w nMi lr Sfuil for free samnlr SCOTT 40U11 me am IIOVNE PUA1II HTIIKUT Ciikmist- KKW VOHK arion Milling Co get it Takes the lead when it comes to lirst class Flour and dontyou for- Â¬ See fl 00 Ml ilruwilsti by eleeliug a lull li t ol ollieoiv tak Â¬ ing the places ol tho old ollieors as iiio t or all of them wore under the hill nonet ol the Kocedern This wni by all uieiii- - the largest ami uioit ouiliuia ti yuod ever hold in tho tato oi Kentucky Ilim day morning at the cnuoliiMou ol tho devotional son ice there was a Â¬ -- YOU MUST TRY OUR ELK Bcsl Palcnl Crown Straight Grade WHY IMPORT OUR PRODUCT Wlifit- llljt 1 011U null- lliti - iiiDiln r null hi l J Â¬ peutaluostal outpouring ol divine jgraoe that will never bo forgot tun by tlio e pie ont Many other things wore said and done that iWurvus no lico but paee will not permit Nov ynod adjourned Thursday 1st illOli to meet at at 4 p Howling jreon Ky Tuesday alter tho IthSuuday iuOet lK7 7JHJ Piiick p in llv J -111 1 1alLlil lour in tlt if III Ut 111 K 11 kIhjI lit niui l SIGHT US We laiiuot le downed in prico or quality and how to treat you we show our euhtouiers every then wo know courtesy Yours for more trade The Marion Milling Company - Providence Ky No Need Hunting forSanta Glaus He has his stock of Toys China Dolls Glassware Notions in fact evi rythinjf for young or old at Tjikkikklii Ukuhv Ky Olliees at Siuithland in charge of L I Thcrlkold from DeGltVHHIlVM with them which passed down the Ohio river during tho sunimor of 1 904 W A Horry and Address L Grasshani lames Iowry Kords Ferry LI Thcrlkold have fortn a partner Ivy who will reward you for your ship for tho pruutiec of law in Liv Â¬ trouble ingston county Kentucky undor tho Grin uaiiiu of New Law Firm Â¬ Mrs A S Cavender SKLECT STOCK Oi Q Â¬ cember Uorry 1 IlOli U chargo of C G Padueuh olliees in WA rassljam DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FURNISHINGS ETC 1 lOl Folis 5c and 10c Store The Tiiksh SI 00 por year t INFORMATION WANTED 5i Iuforination if wonted of a little red ihanty boat with a woman apd little boy ou it sometimes a man t v tin Range for Every Dollar yon Spend a Chance on 1 Gtt Main St MARION KY i I 1 I t He steppct over to the telephone CHAPTER VII and called up central He spoke so Tho consummate daring of It Why low that none of uc -I- cily overheard what the rascal ought to havo been in comhe said but he hung up the Haggorty smiled My skin Is very mand of an army On tho Hoard of a satisfied smile on his face receiver Do you know this fellow thick Strategy he would have been IncomThe girl ami f weie free to go She shook her head He stood un parable whither we listed and wo listed to decided for a space There followed a tableau that otiirn at once lo Now York Let me seo your card Ham shall not soon forget We all slaieil Hon however begged us ttiremalu I decllno to produce it haughtily at the real Haggorty much after tlm to dance ami out as a coniponsatlon Haggorty seemed staggered for a cV v fashion of Medusas victims Present Tin what we had gone ihiough I am sorry to annoy you moment bur CoPVHGtr aosay ly tho tension relnxed nnd we all Miss Hawthorne lesolutely shook her but you must he Identified at once sighed I sighed because the thought head and as theie whs nothing In tl X Vnil wli pioildlv -- Was It for of Jail for the night In a dress suit world that would have Induced me fit bidden lo go Into the club cellars for dwindled In perspective the glil ntny without Per I shook my heai such hnrmless things as apples sighed for tho same reason ami one oi too It seemed lo 1110 I had known Tills tlnio wo cached tlu- - stono had tl to move he gtabbeil me by Apples J looked at her admiringly two other things the chief of the vilstops without intcrleienee I gave tho tho arm and junked mo -- Into the ballthis girl all mj life so closely doei Apples icpeated Haagorty i Thanks I candle to tlio girl cautiously iut i room Teddy began to lage police and his olllcers sighed be misfortune link ono llfo to anotliThe girl and I had made n Couldnt you havo sent a servant for cause darkness had suddenly swooped I had seen her for the tlrst time 1ieathe shoulder against one of the doors amt complete clicult of the cellars and them loi gave a gentle heave Hut began the chief seized down tin Ihein and Hamilton sluberl linn eight hours before and yet I wiIt was nod had stumbled Into the ball room again She did not reply because hero woro no gems Through the thin eraek t by the light opposite to that b which with sudden misgivings locked ling confident that as many jeurs uud You were with I his clever gentle It is Impossible I tell you geity was tho one among us who oidliiarj circumstances looked out hpon the bright world of we left It Cheerful prospect wasnt man In the cellars Interwould nr You may or mny didnt sigh Ho scowled blacklj I know this gentle niooiiHhlnc and crystal Instantly t It The idutituro had ceased to have not be acquainted with him I do not rupted Hamilton have taught me her iohI worth Tills big athlete looked like a depermitted tho door lo settle Into Its any droll side to It Mrs Ilvphon lioiids will never Im wish to do anything hasty In regard to man is Incapable of the theft There I accustomed pluco readllj under How the tective and the abrupt authority ol give me Aha xald Hamilton dismally cried tho base minion of tho yourself but your position Is rather Is some fiiglitrul mistake if bis tones convinced me that he was iho hears that Ive been the Blood the burglars reasons Seated law Heie j mi are then equivocal Hello Prod tire jour can and be ilckons did jou get heie Dicky cuiis Ilaggeitj was celohruted in the annals Indiieetly and Innocently or turning upon a box less than a dozen feet evoiybotly I told him my story my And briefly Hello ho bawled Identified If you really can away ami blissfully smoking one of asss ears growing Inch by Inch as I of police affairs ho had handled al you away Caught I Here we were the Ulna lefuso tho clubs cigars eat a burly police- Domino and myself the Orey Capu went along fiom titled Im Hamilton didnt know soils of criminals I lien Mrs i shall ask jou to accompany Ilypheii Boiids need neve man So they hud arrived upon tho chin both of us in a fine lix He know teplied the Kill smiling in us to the hoom up stairs till the pollen whether to swear or to laugh finally postois down to petty thieves Dis was not a man to trllle with meniallv seruiablv scene he laughed covery and ejection I could havo stood patrol arrives in rncf It would Im pe What is It asked the gill as I with fortitude and equanimity If jou wanted to come why didnt or physically and for this leason w ecilv Mitlniiioiory will go quietly hut ami iigtoi able you wtlte mo for on Invitation motioned her to tetreat weio all shaking In our boots Hi theie was bad business nfoot Theio I objected nie If sio Nonsense hi ill On my owned to a keen but brutal wit it I shouldnt have come to your old The woist has roine the police I wasnt any doubt in my mind what word of honor I do not know this IM t dramatically was going to happoa As the girl snld lady Our presence in the cellar was ball had I been Invited It was Just him there was no such thing as o itl I 11 among crlmlnnls and he had the te never the defeated M F radons heavens ihls ls frightful there would be Muring headlines and perfectly harmless rorglve you Dicky There Is no valid the idea of the lark nacity or purposo that has given Iho We shall never get out no v Ohjjdonr We shall have to hold him neverhorrid pictures We were like to bo leason for detaining her It Is an out Ye- vou will Toddy A loviut bulldog considerable note in the pit Why did I ever come It will be In the newspaper sensation theless said the chief till every of the day rage cup the next time wo meet at the Hut It was quite plain that for once the papeis with hoi i Id plenties Wo Arrested and lodged In Jail thing is ckared up Tho girl T going to stand here argu club will mellow everything ought not In have left the ball loom would my rich doting old uncleWhat ing nni not Hamilton looked at the Hluo Domi- he had met ills match say with you said Haueity Lot Qua tor of an hour later Miss Hiw Our very actions will tell heavily to that who had thieatened to dis dont seo how you cau blame me the lady pioduco her caid lei her dis no tborne and I wrapped in bulfalo iolit against us Awful Madame will you do mo the honor mumbled the chief None of us was our reel I inherit me for lesser things felt close her Identity That Is simple Vow dont ou worry They will lerriniy sorry lor me girl nut It was enough to i also your mask familiar with your looks and he slid awav snugly stowed away In stiaw any notice of you once they now utterly Impossible to help not take She did so and I saw Hamilton showed us I1I3 star of authority and sloiglibellh to the Jangle ami quarrel I havo already ghen you her for mj deter toward Morinriys llollv set eyes upon me Homo sum They I couldnt help myself draw in his breath Her beauty was wont to work in a business like way mination on that subject teplied tho wood I1111 The moon liuiie not a arc looking for me Theres only ono Hy Oeorgo and he has run away with And behold Ho The inysteilom stranglil I can very well explain my pres cerialnly of an exqulslto pattern cloud daikeiied her seieiie am lovelv supoifliioiis ten or heaits I have It my horse and carriage frowned anxiously ger I had met in the curio shop tho ence here but I absolute stalling countenance Tim peaily whiteness decline to Hut I shall be found with ou and fellow who had virtually I never saw this young women be- from his chair haunted mo explain It to the police the world would have aroused the the stupid police Trill sweui I am an for six houis Hie follow who had mas Never mind tho horse Youll llnd poetry In the didnt understand her at all She foie he admitted slowly soul an accomplice She wrung her hands que aded as Caesar suddenly loomed hail said that sho possessed an alibi ila ciled the chief glad to find It safe at tho railway station snarled Im rnr away most undid tho black 1 to tho east Hut no Jewels will be round upon up befoie me some one culpable Haggorty Now then tell mo everystill wearing his saidon Why didnt she pioduco it tossing lino of the sea was visible us aigued half heaitedly Did you receive jour Invitation thing that has happened from lie Ic smile At his sldo were two more So the two ol us left the uorgcous I What a beautiful night They will say we have already dis- policemen volun Hiiough the pioper channels He had tin own aside his hall room 15 very one moved aside for asked ginning to end teeied posed of them toga and was In overling diess Ills us and quickly too as If we had had Hamilton And the chief recounted tho adven- The beginning of the end Hut the real burglar I came here to night keen glance rested on me coldly on line hrlelly Ilaggerty looked coldly the plague I looked In vain lor HamThey will say that he came Into The beginning of the end What Here hi- - is Mr Haggerfty at mo and shrugged his bioad shoul does ilton Ho was a friend In need Wo the Invitation or Mrs Hyphen Honda cried the cellar at our bidding that mean the policeman cheerfully swinging me were taken Into the stew aids office who sailed for ICurope Wednesday ders As for tho girl he never gave This girl was terribly reasonable around Why when you Hint spoke to me Here was an alibi that was an her so much as a single glance and the door was shut and locked Ho and direct I was all at sea A detective Hamilton knew n gentlewoman without looking It was about the weather And Heaven help me The band In the ball room went gal alibi I know Tedd Hang It Hamilton he believed me to ho the thief Oh bur this Isnt going to bo the Oh loping through a two step ami the bowed the chler coughed worriedly at her twice he M F II Hell go my lull and for AJaddius lamp gaiety was In full swing again Tho behind his hand Tho girl had told Humph Isnt he a clever one end this Is the true beginning of all yours loo for Hut matter Come thief had been rounded up How the me sho was an impostor like myself though cried Haggetty In a hurst things lets not give up Theie nniM be that her ten of hearts was as dark of admiration CHAPTER VI i wish I could see it in that light deuce was It going to end Clover is no name way out some other I Blood with folded arms I can not awaiting tell you how sorry I am stained as my own I could not make for It Id give a year of my life to but we can not see beauty in anything I might believe II wish Why Mrs Hyphen come face to face with him It would bo when hunger lies back of the eyes I his approach Nonchalance Is always lo have mixed you up in this I said head or tali to It did I come a bit of wall stealing resMcted by vi o police I Honda She was a law In Hie land an Interesting encounter Hunted him havent had anything to eat save that must have to the girl into the anger in her voice especially In Hlankshlre the larger for weeks and today laid eyes on a likely You aio In no manner to blame him single apple for houis and hours I This Is Tom Fools Night nid no presentedblackened pietuie however mv race with coaldust cob Think or what might have happened pait or wbich she owned What did for the first time my clumsy was so excited at Mouqulus that I ale Had mistake I assented ruetully It all mean And what was her Idea paws on him this very afternoon webs stringing down over my eves had you blown up the post olilce He almost nothing Hut I am a bljgci Tool than you In posing as an Impostor my Capuchin gown soiled and rent You aio hungry Well well fix She certainly was the least embar seemed so willing to ho locked up I had an nlihi and a good one are The door opened again quietly took her nlaee beside rassed of the two of us I addressed The that I grew carelesa Hiff and he and that when we get to Mm tarty Ill An alibi Whv on earth then did me av The putrol has come said tho of his accomplice an erstwhile valet had find a way to waking him up In case my next remark to the great Hag you follow me AVhnt Is youi alibi fleer who entered So you took a chance at the celme trussed like a chicken and bundled hes aslcen which I doubt There will gerly Never mind now We should mill Let It wait Inquired the detective urlars h growled the thief Did vou find a suitable pistol in t r 4 pBfss i Took my star he In this miserable cellar briefly banely Haggorty has cidently got us all Well you look It Will you Frlards it caul and Invlta- piv What a night A am so ashamed I go with us quietly or shall we have A man in my business ii mis n at eleven oclock when said Hag balled up I dont believe bis fashion shall be hoirlhly compiomlsrd I to use force I gert mildly Is often found In such able thief has maeiiillzed at all j i 101 ed iho housekeeper tele Ill take the brunt of It all Im In the first place what do you and places Theie are various things to a common crook Well hes sot him sra die two hours ago sorry but for the love of Heaven at anj i ate and the gems Tt e iaphed exclaimed the chief returned ho lecovered in pawnships The gendont cry or 1 shall lose what little your police want of me You have of jourse the general coolly rousing himself out of a molnneholj tleman of this club sent me tho orignerve I have left said Hamilton He exhibited his star or authority dicam There vrimld be no menilos inal ten of hearts my presence being Invitation I am not crying she denied em- Â¬ Heie Is It tail die passed the of lilm In the moriows papers am Ilaggerty of the Central Of necessaty at such big entertainments My Inclination phatically is te eum uveii caid to him Yes telcgiipl td And when I saw that card of yours The despatch shriek with laughter Im hyMericaf flee I want you for several things I beg a thousand paidons said laj unopened oi your otllcedesk I was ho happy that I nearly put you I stated at him Seveiil things And who wouldnt be with police of everything seems Ytnre a good watchdog for a hen stupldlj Lord how long Ive Hamilton humbly Several things Then It on your guard ficers and cell staring ono In the came to me with a Jar like an coop growled Ilaggerty I been looking for you give you to have gone wrong earthien thou face Will jou guai autee ihls man Iet us be going That police- quake The story in tho newspaper credit for being a clever rascal You sand In gems to night and bj this man outside will presently hear us returned to my vision Oh You are Not a asked the chief of Ham Hon nodding lltne he Is sal in New York this was have fooled us all nicely whispering If wt stand heie much too much altogether too all a pack of blockheads Ho soul among us knew your name nor Iowa id me much longer have said so Mr Cornstalk is tooK me to be the fashionable thief what you looked like And but for In tl the telephone did he Told There was wlidom In this verj well known to mo He Is a re you to hold these innocent persons till So for whom half the New York police that card you might still be at largo once again I took the candle and we force were hunting tired army oliieer and to mj knowl- he went somewhere lo land the a My sight swam Until the lady submits to the simple uiiuciieu nacit I process of identification i The wbisllo of ueie wasn t a sin- for a moment in a blur shall bo edge ii man with an Income sumeient oompllce oh gle Jest loft In my whole system and train meant nothing 10 vou compelled to look upon her an treat to put lit in far beyound want Well What Is it you think I have done It didnt look as If theie was ever I What Is your name asked bo that whistle ought to have told you her as an accomplice She has redemanded going to he another suppl chief of the girl scowling It was quite that theie might be a mistake We took You have or have had several fused I he offer I have made her and the other side of the furnace and at evident he couldnt iindeistand her ood officer never quits bis prisoners she can not blame me If am suspi length came to a lllghi of wooden thousand dollars worth of gems on cions when to be suspicious is a part actions any better than I 11 wieie is an accomplice ill tolls else i t nlirtii vein person stairs leading somewhere into ho Alice sliucjid The ncctivntlon was so of mv business tolie was reasonable glance al Hawthorne with an oblique where he makes them bring him In club It was our last chance or we mo enough In regard the glil I should be obliged to stay all night In Impossible that mj coiilldcuce rehad been right lie turned to the chief of the vil What Is vour occupation I am miiw bin for It would not bo long ho turned lage police who was sitting at the We Heard Him Exclaim What Mr finugcty you ae muklrg a obliged to iii these questions Miss lme ihe searched the cellais If ry tho club stew oh oriv nr be cold thicken and ham an I mi sue lsl lit lime hut this flight led Into the kitchen wo i ptl IiiIhI im a mliifiituie painter--hSefluni aid if e I am Hi in i iis the nut i re vhoiii Hamilton came lorwaid weie saved for could bluff the Allot -txo ei ii Loi Wo paused Hawthorne Piesently we as yoi mo Ii mi i Iitr My mime Is Kliianl Iardon me but aio you Yes Ir o mo ilint no le the u in Villi IMIII tine with IIIC gxls mMi i cended side by side with ilglit but i CuiiiMUil- list who teciilly completed the porter gets wind il ll e eaplllie I lI Al1 H h l rl One name or is firm stet We rendu d Hie lauding In miiiiiif in e of the Kniperor of lorinanv iollnr It does not The toojibojo lull i line One of I I mmr Sjj j fUllllJ Wilslil if front ol the door without mishap the Ilincess of Hesse ami Mrs the polce iinvorou V IVniiily funny with a shad- of Plenty of p ali murmured ono of v Krom somewhere enme a puff or air 7- For jou Mr II tei he said 11 ym I -- a ft wiiiiui nave neon iiurii r I believe I which blew out the candle iiiiv im theie Is no lur struck the minions of iIih law whom 1 alter i Ilirerty spranj to the telephone thor i ason for detaining me 91 If Hie ioh Hogget ly lmdu t ward learned was the chief of tho vil-and placed Hie rfclvii lo bis ear TT risvLi lage polUe tuii oil ip Ihe pn trul bud arrived Kmpeior of lorniuny eohor the SflHUIUPJ VJ SfiSMTIUri wo hwd him esclalm What I shall Hui 11 ilulni happen never Tho enrd by which vou gained now howHdeied chief i Bjcajwfta jpxsfcK Whv illdu You have got lit other follow A fc ei tin- you tell all this to Alt Ilaggerty admittance bote Jenmtuled the gieat hoi so mil eanlag at once I Mioild he inordinately glad to for I Ha igiitv ii in iilen j had my leasons Take mine said the chief exI ei It tomplctolv decidedly A crowd had by siirreiiileied it again the door opened Once bur citedly What Is it I Wlii ie s vour romance this lime collectei curiously about uc asked ly man In u dark husluess siilt entered My siiboullnato at the rallwav sta Id iillmr liivn ii Dived 10 nie Ho- i I could seo the mudtiuiis on the stage His face was ruddy and his little grev HKEmp wii f Aju tion lias just landed Hie fellow with twei n book oovim1 As I glow older peeiing over the plant eyes sparkled with suppressed lie He I Mighty quick work mv love ol teiPOMi Increases Tlie ilref you are looking for has the Jewels reminded mo of Vautiin the only dif must iiusiie in io town at once Do vou know l began boldly It He escaped by tho sore said I be plenty or Hine to attend lo ference being that Vaiiltiii was Fiench coins that I have known you till my Ity thin siateniont my Therell coal window while this man was illstlnctlj Irish persons Hrlng iliein to town these Hie feet sank deeper still Iho moment the patrol arrives The Ills massive shoulders belrajed tre indeed What did I loll you cried Hag gems aro tho most Important things mentions stiength lie was vastly an Yes Why I might icilly have gorty turning to his men gry about something Thev had Ho went to Hit Just now known vou all my life and still not an accompllci hldeon In the collais chiefs desk and rested his hands upon Yes sir You can rely upon us have known you as well as I do this I beg to Inform vou that It vou aio Hilly go down with veiy minute ami less than 1 doien making a mistake Unit will piesently Mr Haggorty You are a nice specimen for a chief Mr Ilaggerty and show him my rig Hagge ty Looked Coldly at Me hours hoi ween this and our llistiiitet Ol police you aro cost you dear thinking or the polithe began said Ilaggerty is been You are as brave as a pihidln ical pull my uncle had In New York u tiood ho does not go out for him And who the devil are you And Ing Hue nights work my lads a Hue wise as a serpent cool witty and I am tho nophow low Ive got 10 start all over again of Daniel Wither nights work Ill seo that all get bawled the chler his choler rising hcntitllul spoon mil he In New York a bigger cata Ill tell you who I am mosentlv some credit 1ernilt no one to up Shall I ask Hie driver In lot mo Worse and worse comb than Home ever boasted of Hes We all eyed him In wonder said tho chief pioach llie prisoners without proper What Thou she laughed 1 rollicking of police not a common thlof nobody knows nut was going to linppou now authoilty We shall discuss tho mistake later Which of you gentlemen Is Mr who he is or what his haunts are Joyous laugh Your orders shall bo obeyed lo Iho What Is so funny and at length Of com so you can easily inuiiiMou- asKeu tne new comer Hut I havi seen his face Ill never I was thinking of that eoal bln explain how you came in Imimso upon letter said the chief Importantly Ho gruffly forget him ulieady saw his name figuring In Iho Well I didnt permit a lonely po these peoplo The chief tore his hair while his Ironically Hah tho Mew York papers as having assisted Hamilton signified that ho was thr ganio Is up When you dtopped that In subordinates shnffjed their feet un- tnto to frighten me I retorted gentleman by that name the capture of a greut thief No you were brave enough card in Frlards and said you woie goThen they all started in to Some ladles at your ball have been easily cursed under my breath If it among Hip iioiatoes ing to a masquerade explain their theories I know your hadnt been for Iho girl nut tho derobbed of their diamonds 1 under IntUntly the Door Opened and a Pe I am You are beautiful game In a minute ami laid eyes upon tective silenced them with h wave of -stand Ilceman Popped His Head y am Tntngry you for the first tJme sljtr I bejean ashamed to confess 1 sliould havo his huge hand About ten thousands dollars cimfced out loud a mfctch viciously against the wall She sal ljgld and You are the most benutlfal sjri I dont want to hoar any explanave been ulStx you the chase worth and blundered Into a string of want something to cat weeks Your society tss worked molonles It must have been a cruel com Look sir cried the chiel tions Let these Persons It was ill ov hcagony out and Ill laud dodwe Iho bars ordeal for her But what was pus stRuding hoie and balling bis rtst J manded with a Jerk Of bisco hein our I over saw Do you thiilk It up hoad of siwpfdse -for some time to come niy gay boy 7lig me was the fact that she made want you to explain yourself vou can all return to possible for a man til full In love t and airecuon Hlinjcl Rumplty buinpity blaiig Come udt the slightest effort to spring her mighty 1 roughly may need a first sight quick You cant come into low hut one officer klanli alibi If I haf haSone Where was Oh nothing U Impossible on Tom I request ttr Hajnlllon to 16 called fllhjle man Ilaggerty added tbongh mv presence In lb If manner J kave heard many stag I scareely Inclined to he tfaundftif Fools night Positive fool toSrpafn tfjll iroTt to yiiu Uf you are Hamilton fun Hah You have Just permitted the In mr time but that laeket iby Idpa of sleeping if jail In dress uprlaUrfdoUt Vou What are you feeing to do7 askeO Ijiyo fooler cleverest rascal In the slate to slip thing aud everything this sleVofstege lESttJT Sgjitncm jffirMN snlt are marching on with your degrees pretty bliekTl toll you through your butterfirusrs 1 am Hag the chief guns Ilaggerty departed A silence et w Mr Cornstalk Ton will see whom you please but Never you mini I have an idea gerty Instantly the doer opened and u po only after you are aafely lled jtloomliy down on us Qftarter-ef You might call me Dicky I said It may be a good ono If It Is Ill landedln the an hour passed The giim visuged po The chler of police sat 4on sudliceman poked his head lnWeforeI lodKuh 1h an aggrieved tone Now telephone joti all about It when Madame tural denly lice watched us Tltlmntly Ilalfjts time coms Â¬ v n swiftly upon the Blue Domino what Is your pari lb this fine business It certainly has no part In yours V diVAMti hour three quarter an hour Far away wo heard the whistle of an outgoing train Would I had been on itl From time to time wo heard faint music At length there was a nolso outside the door and a monment later Hamilton and two others came In When he saw me he stopped his eyes bulging and his mouth agape Dicky Cornstalk he cried helplessly What the dovll does 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- resided hero for nearly forty 15 iuiontl 0 years having come here soon after 3 tin itlis r 500 the war iroui Madisonvillc Smart He was born at Friiicctou three fourth of a illlUtSIAY NOV lUti century ago Merchandised at Salem Dr and Mrs Â¬ ib1 1 TtfeV 1c Grtttcncn Press Gone West to Spend The Winter NEW SALEM Born To tho wife of Allen Kirk Nor 22nd a son Tyner is visiting his child ren in Arkansas W C Â¬ Lorn Stallions has a now buggy Joseph Hopson and John Vaughn went to Marion last Wednesday and he is going to haul somebody around returned ihursday Henry Truitt of Opossom ltidgc passed through these parts last week Â¬ I JO 12 If a uun cm build t better house or i bottui uiotne trap than liis rompctitoi t lie world ill makn beat on path to hi nuse though tic sot up in t ho Hmkhsojj Illderinvtv 1 1 mI lh wa up lit go Oi kh oil uf er es olt st ministers John J Tigert who died in Tulsa Indian Tortitory her Ins had gone tit preside over Indiii Minion Conference lien1 well He held a ial mtiioc hor two youi- - ago 11 M Ifl llllll St lllllin ll Mllll ttl tllf S Nuun visit ot 011 that previous visit at tho tinio nt ueetim rd the ecnfcriiicc in this Nm taincd at tho home he uis W ImUv He pleached at sev tunes hurt it thoditlcrcnt church nd wa- nii idf ted ouc of the p ih liiiti I I Â¬ Â¬ 111 the conference Married al tbe Grtttenden Hotel J 1 Holiiiiin and MKs ie Culloy i hiuiiKonio couple of Ai tin county wcie mar- ill a t end tit in the parlors of the hotel Crit- lust Thun diy at high uoou toi Jo i Culh y and Mis- - Lena Holiutu ac npaniid them and at tin suiiv ho uplu equally a- - jit- another other were a No vW Ai tho I fI i fi iu rimy wort it mi iiugu lir miner- n i r urs n 01 wi a 1 r John W 1 miouoroit noa J ha ap of Proidcnoe llev T A tiod tho I not and the three vay v collides ruturncd to their re- livo hotnoo y A Small Fire Jas Daughtry returned from MisThis part ofJCrittonden county was week to gather his corn visited last week by somo of the souri last Mrs Marion Smart is on tho sick heaviest rains iu twonty years list this week Mrs Klla Tompleman of Princo The Ohio river is hurrying the tou Ivy was the guest of her rela- Â¬ farmers in the bottoms to get their tives tho Harpondings last week Somo of then took advancorn out Miss Bulah Austin is visiting her tage of the Sabbath grand parents at Pinkncyville Edward P Smith the Tolu Bank Do right live an honest hfo aud er and telephone man was in our secseveral yearn and removed to Now the devil will tako to tho bushes tion last Friday looking over the proHampshire and from there to MadiMrs Tier of Christian county is posed telephone route sonvillc aud then to Marion Mrs Cositt was born and raised here visiting her daughter Mrs Ladd of Mr Kd Love of Murphysboro and hat licd heic practically all her this section III is in this section looking after They have raised an excellent lite A few good crops of tobacco re his com crop family and - their daughters arc all main vnsold in this taction The surveyors wore iu our midst married they have taken this trip to Some of our people have gone to last week surveying for mineral gel the benefit of the climate and to tho river to assist the river men in Mist Nannie Campbell our teach be with their sous which will be u getting their com out ahead of the er made a Hying visit to her home great plea uro to them especially high water in Livingston county last Sunday during the winter a the climate by Ora Clark She was accompanied Your correspondent hai occasion there - delightful Kasley Addie Alves Kuth to mix with all classes of our people Henrct and we want to say right hore that Cook Harvey Clark aud Hay Daugh Gili House Arrivals troy Soma oi tho o who registered at we arc no spring chicken by that we mean we have seen afewofjthe years Itemcinhcr the prayer meeting at the Gill House on the JUth inst W H Leslie Ashland Ohio Mr go by in our time and we say with this placo every Sunday evening at out fear of consideration that no man 3 oclock and Mrs Kector aud children Hump bettoil II C McCord Hampton Miss in tho past forty years over saw John M Phillips of Colon neigh all classes of the people It Howling Crofton C K Koon ter times for borhood has been confined to his bed Crolton Wni L Karny Kvansvillo espcsially the good people of old for several days with something like Seven tenths of our V B Hanson T L Crittenden Haywood pneumonia citizens owe no man a dollar on one Phillips Dycusburgj J P Brissey Thanksgiving exercises at our Dycusburg P K Uookscy Dycus half have a ucat little bank account chool house Thursday ovening and burgj J 0 Griffin Dycusburg T with plenty in their garners lor tho coming winter good schools church a spelling match at night between V L C Campbell Dycusburg our school and the Colon school Bennett Dyeu burg John Hodgo es where every one may worship the Master According to tho diotatos Henry Phillips is the boss trapper Frances II D Leech Blackford of his consciousness who can say on Hurricane creek MiflS Allie Vaughn Blackford that times are not good we admit Bedford Yates and family of Sheri- Â¬ that there somo who through sickness dan visited friends iu this seotion ate e and death the clouds of adversity last Sunday seem to gathor thickly around them e Wm Barley has built a new house e but we are thankful that they ure few aud has moved into it for tho purIf any of my work and we know that whon over an ap has proven unsatis- Â¬ peal U made by the low needy ones pose of selling goods near Sam Flau factory during the there is no people on Gods earth arys past three who respond more quickly to tho ory please at my LILY DALE of distressed than the good citizens office at once of old Crittenden county Everybody in this section is busy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The school is getting along right well for a tobacco season spoil about half of the pupils stripped tobacco last week Mr G Jacobs visited W P Loyd one day last week The teacher had an examination in school the lGth and 17th Tho pu- Â¬ Victor pils all made fine grades Young made the highest average 97f The other grades will be published next week wife fell dead from heart failure we presume Some of the children had called at night to ace Mr Tabors children They had been spelling when tho ones which had callod left the homo Mrs Tabor gave the children a bath us usual wo presume after the bath Dorcas Tabor who was nine years old fell unconscious and remained so until her death which occurred at 8 oclock Nov 25th Dorcus was a lovine little girl ever ready to do bidding of her parents She leaves a father mother two bro thers and four sisters Â¬ or and Â¬ a- Â¬ Last Sunday was regular meeting Mrs Harriet Ann Donakey requests A large crowd day at Crayncville the honor of your presence at the was out marriage of her daughter Lena Maria Three of our boys expect to go to to Mr William Dinwiddie Baird school at Marion in the spring and Thursday evening December the complete the common school branch- sixth nineteen hundred and six at We wish them success as they seven oclock Cumberland Presbyter Â¬ es are splendid boys ian church Marion Kentucky The above card announcing tho ap Everybody is enjoying good health proaching nuptials of Miss Donakey Brother Henry Holoman is reportreccivpd WD Baird Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Approaching Marriage ed very low Uncle Bill Loyd is beginning to show his age The other day as he was coming home from church he ran over a hog Mr aud Mrs George Tuckor visi ted the latters brother Mr George Stallions Saturday aud Sunday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Herman Thomas Elmer and Guy Hodge visited Unelo George Stallions Saturday and Sunday The little girl of Mr George Tab have been to the city to friends of the couple in Misi Donakey is the youngest daughter of the late Dr Donakey and has resided here with her mother for some time admired and beloved The groom i by a host of friend- a general favorite and well known Hit is a Hen throughout the state dersoniaii by birth but has jesided He is indeed hero for -- overal year- in winning the hand and fortunate heart of so winsome a creature as Miss Donakey for his life partner Â¬ -- Â¬ BETTER SEND YOUR PAMILY WASHING MONDAY A Prominent Housewife Remarked that Linen Sent to Us was Returned Spotlessly White SHIRT WAISTS Family Pressing Â¬ Â¬ call years WASHINGS Cents per Pound All flat Work Ironed and Cleaning Clothes a Specialty Laundered Without Fading Very respectfully Vh of t3 txi ao ioi wt te ex gr ednesday night about midnight ihotograph gallery on tho corner aiu and Belleville streets owned Jridor caught firo in Kingston uuaccounluhle way and the roof The contents were destroyed cbiuli nmountcd probably to 200 S Office Tho firm ro Â¬ nsurcd for 100 Itooma 3 and 4 Jenkins Bldg v suflercd a Iobsj f roin a gasolono MARION KY isiou and thoir friends will re of this now miefortunc to hear If i I HEBRON KY stripping tobacco w NONN Dentist Mr Joel Thoore is preparing to Mr John Vaughn and family re Â¬ turned from Missouri last week Jno move to Marion says lie likes Misaiouri but likes W P Loyd has sold U the Padu Kentucky better 1000 worth cah Cooperage Company of timber Mr Raymond Babb was in this We expected some of our folks to Paris Bros Bayloss Loo and stop off Thursday night and got tho Andy kijled thirty logs last Thurs set of furniture but this is not Mjiih of a marrying scetion day i vicinity last woek on business tr -- Wilsons Steam Laundry Perfect work Phono 99 South Main Street tr r0Mr i Wagons Go Everywhere in Marion n- - - wi i i ft M i i f v i t hi it i v i XMA i i4 - rj it r I ii in 11 tVj S f -- w xrMJtUJl 4 vW A I SS s5 GET BUSY NOW lf you want to save Money An f St S ounce of 43 If You 43 from the 43 43 43 43 43 NOW is worth Wc Believe Â¬ a ton of TO MORROW want to purchase best line of With no Trouble Carpets Druggets Rugs And You wont to save mon- ey when buying lothing Afoot There is no Trouble CLOAKS AND 43 43 43 We will Save you 43 Money on each Purchase 43 J Ever shown in Marion whether in Suits for Men and Boys Extra Pants Ov- Â¬ ercoats or Cravenettes JACKETS Or any kind of Mattings Ahead Then try our Line of St g Underwear And DREES GOODS And if this is the case it will pay you to Footwear L g Hosiery Direct From The Douglas For Men and AM 5 Duttenhoffer For Ladies You see our line and get Mills W v WWSV5 AKAAlAA vWW Our Pricss wont regret it but will Buy mem Again MASONIC TEMPLE ytAiuJMUiS7 3S mmmmmmwmmm9mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm FW Nunn dentist Press Building S T Dupuy is confined home with crsyipella- - S S NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS AND A PLEASURE TO PLEASE TAYLOR F CANNAN Â¬ at his he Stewarts pictures are all nood retoucher his work Mrs hats K Love has soma pretty pattern Now is the time to buy W Nunn dentist Pros Building of Salum 7 Leonard Lowory tU city Thursday Percy Nogglc has been iuic ill at her home on south main street was iu with Tonsilitisbut is reported better Mrs Miss Nannie Dean has pneumonia Dr Trislcr is attending her she has been very sick but is rcpoted better Call on J L Stewart and sec tho line photos he will make ou for John and Kilcn Ashbridge of Jack hou vicinity wore horo Friday MoConnels parlor barber shop gives first class hatha hot or cold rc If you want something nice for Christmas go and have Stewart to Mrs R Htynei was iu Evausvillo make your pictures on a shopping expedition last week Stewart will make 30U a picturo of Hush StophenBon aud wife and two yourself on cloth which you can flhildrcn went to Fredonia Saturday wash and irouand it wont fade out The firms which get the business those that advertise iu the Pukhs Xtuas Patience is a plant that grows not Rufus Robinson lias built a neat in all gardens Dr Frederick S cottage on hid lot in North Mariou Stilwcll over Marion Dank and will occupy it jHoon Iteuiemhcr the concert December Wantkd White shuokod corn 10th for the benefit of tin1 sixth Will py the highest uiarkot price grade in the public school Senator N W Utley of Eddy Mrs J M Wklkor of Iron Hill villc was here on legal business passed through tjie city Saturday cn- - Monday routo to Farmoisvillc to visit her Dr V T Daughtery has rented children the Glenn house and will move to it L fall at Mrs ILovos aud sc her as soon as J T Clements family va- Â¬ 2 novoltios in combs neckwear and cates Dont forget the hats have belts There aro no vacant houses not been reduced rented in Marion and a great demand for houses from people who desire to inovo hero TO POLICY HOLDERS MAutov lit noon Miliino Co Rev Overby was moving the first Laccy Nunn and sister Miss Addie Nunn were in the city last Thursday of tho week to his now appointments Call on Stewart early and get your Miss Nellie Shaw of Texas repicture made on cloth to make sofa turned home with thorn and is now in Tennessee pillow sachet bags and fancy work their guest Mrs Ira Bonnett and Mrs E G for Christmas Bugg were guests of relatives in F W Moore of Rcpton was in Mrs JiCC Orme who has been the the city last week He had just re- Marion Sunday guest of her sister here for several turned from Potcau Indian Territory Miss Ida Hll who has boen assist weeks past will leave in a lew days where he attended the opening sale for a trip in the oulh with her hus- of town lots in that city ing C B Loyd in his millinery de band partment returned to her home in Henry Chandler of Iron Hill sec- Marion Sunday Fannie Uluo tho little daughter He W Blue has tion was iu the city last week ol Mr and Mrs Elbert llillyard left last week for scarlatina and has been confined to came after his wifo and boy who wero her bed for several days but i now tho guests of Joe Stewart and wifo on Florida where he will spend the winCollege street for several days last convalescent ter week D Ke Benjamin Audio- - 11 Key Hummel preached at the Nor love thy life nor hate but Dreschcr and Dr C K- Crawford Methodist church hero Sunday even ol Louisville who is the guest of what thou livest live well how long Your ing at 230 permit to heaven Rev Andres have gone on a hunting or short Dr tcoth are what you live with trip in the colons Couyer shipped two car Oliver F S Stilwcll Dentist over Marion W Stuiic and Go to Dr Geo loads of stuck farm here Saturday Bank have your oyes tested and glasses fitted he will sco tha No hunting or fishing on my farm you sue or The tax supervisors this year have glasses changed without additional been named by Judgo Blackburn Trespassers will be prosecuted Seccost John Cochran They aro Charles Fox of View G ond notice John T PickP Wilson Weston nd little Albert Travis wife Farm fir Sale daughter Duleic attended the funer ens Marion Geo T Belt Sheridan W T Terry Mounds N Little at the al Suuda of Farm near Hardin Ky for sale Crowd grave ard The thanksgiving sermon will be Good land good buildings and W J Nunn of Blackfoid was iu delivered at the Presbyterian church cheap Write to Collins Waller He is one of the union cervices to day by Rov Virgil Morganfiold Ky the city Monday substantial merchants of Webster Elgin of the Methodist churoh ford The scrvico will begin at 10 oclock Co and his store at the Marlon Meets Defeat sharp aud will close at 11 oclock would do credit to Marion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 WNunn dentist Press Building of the judges but in view of the faut that the meet had been held at Mor ganGclds suggestion in view of their most courteous treatment aud especi- Â¬ ally in view of the futher fact that the had promised to meet us iu the near future in Marion we most graci- Â¬ ously bowed to the decision of the Â¬ - Â¬ judges In the benefits in added interest to literary society woik that these meets will foster will far outwcigk the question of who wins or is de feated We shall look forward with eager anticipation to the time wheu wc shall again have another so pleas ant and profitable an evening The Marion High chool expects to chal lenge several other schools iu the near future Piof Kec is very proud of the showing his people made at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Morganficld N Little of the Piucy section died last Saturday of typhoid fever and was buried Sunday morning at tho Crowcll graveyard Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Ed Murphy and baby who have been here on a visit to her par Â¬ ents Mr and Mrs Frances Daniels left for her home Tuosdday afternoon Foil the Fords ferry Twenty acres in 0 acres road timber 70 acres tilablc 7 acres in grass orchard residence three looms in fair repair new stables bam under good fence spring pond wells and plenty of stock water P C GlMIKHT north of Marion 011 Â¬ Saik My farm three miles ur int Mr and Mrs J 1 Clement have rented the Frank Summcrvillo houso on liellville street and will occupy it December first NEW BLACKSMITH 000000 Wc have purchased the Jus Gilbert Blacksmith shop atid hftvc opened for business under tho firm name of German Insurance Go I of freeport at this policies of the fGerraan of Freeport imd givo aguaranteo that the con Â¬ tract will bo fulfilled as express cdjiu the policy JThis guarantee will be made gowd by the UpoVi presentation office WO will endorse all Charlie Donaky will move to Ma- Â¬ riou with his family is soon as ho can S mako arrangements for a homo to suit him He mouths a sentence as euro Got your tcoth lixed mouth a bouo by Dr Frederick Stilwcll Dentist over Marion Dank Mrs Emma Hayward and Miss Cora Graves of DyoUsburg attended the funeral of Richard Shelby at Salem roturning here Saturday eve FIRM Joseph Clinton of Wallis Texas Mr Jas L Rankin has purchased who was tho guest of his sister Mrs Continued From First Pago I tho interest of his partner Mr R E J M Walker last week at Iron Hill argumont she made a groat impres- Â¬ Pickens in tho grocery stock of Rank Â¬ has gone to Farmcrsville to visit his sion on tho minds ol tho audience in it Pickens aud will continue in nophow Dr Walker und his niece It was tho general concensus of opin- Â¬ busiucss in the same stand Mr Miss Maggie Walker ion of all who expressed themselves Pickens will continue in as salesman Misses Laura Adamsou and Ruth that as a soporate speech hers was with Mr Rankin and the each desire a continuance of tho liberal patron Â¬ Dodds of Crider Ky who havo the very best of tho evening been tho guests ol Miss Mabel Guess After several minutes deliberation age which their friends have given for tho past ten days left Tuesday tho judges returned a verdict for the them iu the past affumativc with a mauoiity roport at noon for their homes Many who had lor tho negative heard tho speeches expressed them Estray Notice selves as differing from the dcoissiou Tho best in tho world W Taken up as strayos by F Moore 1 roau mulcy heifer U years old 1 yellow mulcy heifer 1A years old Owner can have samo by pay EVERYTHING GOOD IN INSURANCE all charges and for this notice F W Mookk DrKingslMewLifePills SO3Gi FREDONIA AND KELSEY James Laiiliam te RoyW Insurance F LIVERPOOL Go nine Men deal with life as childron with their play who first misuse thorn cast thoir toys away Dr Frederick S Stilwoll tho Dentist asks you to consider this Â¬ i Wo will add now and tools aud uuchinery mid iu addition to doing a gencrrl line of blacksmithiug will bo pre pared to repair Boilers Engines Pumps andothor work not here tofore done in Marion Wo havo Â¬ T T Wyatt and Dr Todd spent Sunday at St Vincent Miss May Jacksou returnod home Friday from a visit to relatives at Life Fire Tornado Health Steam Boiler Accident Plate Glass The Best Companies The Lowest Rates The Strongest Agency v 11 Princeton Tho protracted meeting is still in progress at New Bethel Rov Boy 00 Taylor is assisting tho Pastor Rov r 2 i KxamiSie all your policies and if any are found to bo writ ten in thcGoraau of Freeport forward bWo at once An Expert Horse Shoer Shoeing 80c nnil A M llillyard Geo H Grider MARION KY Co Rov W R Gibbs and Rov R C Loyo will preach on temperance iit Shady Grovo Monday night- - Jeo 3 190G at Hoods sohool houso Tuesday night Dccembor 4tb at Enon Wed nesday night Deo 5th r I Vt mmrftiitflA nil wnrlf solicit your business W B JAMES W R Miller James Tolloy man tho Marion timber- was hero Monday Bourland Opposite LAN HAM Marion KENi noicr MMWMWMMWMMIMMWMMIMMMMlfM W D Wyatt and Johnson Eaely wore in Marion Sunday evening Posoflce a Haynes j - X Telephone 33 J- I r 1 r 1 i tW iy vhtj- - fc5w WjtZwrf rm p ts 4 jjjpJfrVK AiJJWiMi HmEftliffln V flf1 - FWM tvV Nelle Walker Stenographer and Notary Public Office with BlueXunn in Pu tonico Building Marion Ky Metz Sedberry Leading Barbers Hot liitli- - hharp Razors CUan llmcls tiiiiul Worknnn Kin tin Ma sam in Ilii I ioti C uttt ndi i ll K MARION KY Dr Eye M 1 Ravdin to Practice Lunud the Iieje- Throat I and Delect- - Ear Suits ltj Building Nose and and 17 o- ila Arc ad i - Fitted KVANSVILLK INDIANA T Y Jot B Champion Champion Champion Marion Hon given to Champion 1JM1TKV Lawyers Will practice in ill the cmirt- - oi Spciiil utiii- the Couimonwoiith incctions Press Building second floor J trice in Booui 6 CANCER CURED Address III HBBHBi No knife no pain book iree Cancer Sanitarium Harrisburg FW W H NUNN DENTIST Office Suite 3 and 4 Pre Buildinj MARION KKNTlCKY CLARK w Attorney-at-La- Special attention given to collections Will practice in all the court of the Bute and in the United State court Building Boom T Office in Pre Ma won Ky Phone 10G J Marion B KEVIL Lawyer Boom Abstracting a Specialty Office in Press Building Kkntccky Kevil MARION k Co A HAVK KSTAIIIISIIKH Fire Insurance Agency in KENTUCKY Ymi Marion let them in ure it hall have no reasons to reart it Office in Pros Bidding Bomii If you have pioperty in tlutwii of Telephone 225 he would not come fonvnrd with as Notice of Local Option Election sistance chose every other subject she could think of to show her spleen To the voters of Unttond county Mainly seldom came to tho house when Public notice is hereby given that her father was there and If sho met 1100 a local option him failed to display any affection for on Friday Dec 111 in lohn alone treated him with election will bo held in our counlolin learned rapidly by ty consideration On that day the people of this experience and told his wife as lie ex say by their votos In his homely way that he county shall pressed It whether the saloons shall remain here TfoffintegSvfeg Story and continue its evil work or whether injurs- - Vff By F A MITCHEL it shall be driven from us That drunkenness is a great evil and curse ft Copyright Urfi by r A Mitt Int is not uestioncd and that the saloon A said Kuriner constitutes to this evil cannot bo Mlel fords wife doubted by the most casual absence Mnndys going to marry lolin WilTin saloon is against the home the liams ami tho moral school the churcli Im Kind to hear and religious welfare of the people It lolin is a very good young iiuui Shall vc keep it with us to do such Hut they will work and commit such cil The Yon need liil good people of Crittenden county llltlst ill something for tliiin Wo bemust say on December ith can I What lies e the great majority of our peodo The farm ple arc against the saloon and the pro dines Just enough for us to live on liiiior tralic therefore let them come Ynii nilcht morlLiicc It for a small out on the above mentioned day and amount Jn t enough to buy it -- mall record their votes again t them place TIip Alli on liirin of six acres Is Tohn for bale at a wry low price About SJ of the 11 counties of our wants to co Into chicken raising and fair state besides districts in other Is a the property would Just do There counties are under local option Not cottage on it and a few old outhouses itut if I mortgage our farm whos to less the K having gone dry in the pay Interest and provide a sinking fund last three months let good old Crit- for the principal tend add another to the honored Mohn will do that llinvy TVi nilSFN TIUNK80IVINO HAT TO USD But recently our neighbor Knion 1A1IIIY 1Kl Ity the profits on chicken ral lng gave inoro than one thous county Suppose there are no profit V had bit oil a bigger end than lie could Wo have Oh pa dont lie stingy chew kept Ins nerve however nudmajority for the local option law lie lint one iltimhter You wouldnt grudge which con Ideiing his youth was no let us go and do likewise her a few thousand dollars out of all more than he should have done ViRiiib Km i in the money this farms worth would Then came a season in which the you J II BmKit crops on the Hick ford farm were My dear wo began on nothing and larger K B BiAckmuN than they had ever been be liavo had a hard struggle to get Into fore It happened that there was a W T 0KIKY cmr present comfortable lis Let these foreign war and the price of grain young people begin as we did Bkniamin Anphk was advanced enorinou ly When the And have as hard a time M II Wkuion years profit was cleaned up the farmer Heller have a hard time when they found himself In possession of two T A Frazkr fre young than when they are old No average years Income Instead of one I will not mortgage my farm even for F CONOKK The sale of lohns chicken farm was Mnndy whom I lovp as well as you coming on and Mrs Itiekford hoped Kx Cointuittec love her Thats settled Mintciiu lileiinglier husbands good forMrs Itiekford knew by a long expo tune he wjiiilil pay oV the mortgage ilence that when her husband said lie did not and the property was -- old Kditor Crittenden Press Thats -- Ptlled It was settled She Dear Sir sjihl Tanner Itiekford one Wife went away with a lh and told the i day In November what you going to have been requested by the auti roung tcrs that -- he had failed Hoth do about Thanksgiving saloon campaign committee to furnish mother and daughter voted Mr HlckNothing Nobody but you has Any ford a hard hearted man John Wil- Â¬ thing to be thankful for you a few items for publication in this liams said nothing Up had good pluck Well said the farmer uurutlleil weeks issue of the Piikks And but little or no experience He went to lohn and Mamly have had a hard i bank and arranged for a mortgage time of It this year Im not so mean so here they arc for StOOO on the Allison farm then as to grudge em a dinner and a good Let the public read consider and bought it for S 100 He bad saved one I expect they need It Invite em J100 and trusted to luck to raise the here for Thanksgiving and get up the act a- - they shall wish they had done ather 200 with which to complete the be t dinner money will buy when they como in stand before lod payment Mrs Itiekford had saved Suppose they wont come in judgment 100 out of pin money and prevailed on Theyll miss the dinner give 100 In 1pu of a Let everybody know that the anti her husband to Mrs Hlckiord and her daughter felt wedding present though she did not that icy could not willingly sit down saloon League is not a political or- Â¬ tell hlui what usp was to be made of to a Thanksgiving dinner with so ganization ncithur is tho local option It loli n and Mainly were married and Mingy a hii baud and father John Mr look possession of their farm urged them to accept and when he election to be held in our city and Biekfonl was left to And out their found their resolution fixed not to do county on the 7th of December next ownership of the place by their going so declared that he would dine with in the interest of our political party Into it They did not deign to mention his father-in-laMrs without them the matter to him Thin was the work Itiekford prepared the dinner and then lohn had went over to her daughter who was of the mother and daughter nothing to do with It still on I he chicken farm the two In lohn worked for the neighboring tending to have a dinner by themselves farmers Intending to save money out Tell him said Mrs Hlckford to if his wages to -- lock his farm with lohn that as all our daughter can af be chickens but the crops happened to ford - tea and toast I shall share It poor that season and he got nothing with her MO ivcr a bare living The net season Inm set off to Ills fatbr-iii-lawwas better but the baby runic and the lining of ii baby always Involves extra He had not been there long before he ipense At the end of two years lohn returned to Ids house and protested snd had not stocked his chicken farm and earne tly that his mother-in-lahis wife wtp acting unwisely ami tin hud got behind with his Inlere t mi tiit iii t Mrs nieford would have appealed lohn was head of bis family and his 4i to her hii band but from llie lime wife sllcfimiheil Hid cou elited to go AQ Mnndy whs mairled the farmer be AS KKioiti tun not i lrs came more economical than ccr and slie ilareil not mention the matter care to remain away alone both went Hesldes she and Mamly had shown to the ItlcMoiil farm and all -- at down their resentment that he had not mart- - to table Ive cho cn Thanlv ghjng day said gaged his farm to gle the young cou- lo end a family feud pp a -- tart and till- - wa- - anoiher rea- - the farmer How- - Johns exploit has ended 1ut whore I mn why he wa- - not applied to believed It would and has been a fall VeverMicle s from the time lie lire was uiarrled I resnlrd to save what money he would sink for I know ho 49 I got to- would need it 111 the end collier half the amount needed to pay for tho farm before this la t crop was markrleil and now I have tint 49 whole intended to buy the farm for 49 j ii g iiiwi in -- rruiK your iiii nauii learns fa ter than von Ive bought It for him 49 He threw on the table a deed to the blckeu rarui made out to lohn Williams Why I thought Lawyer iroat bought 49 the chicken farm eiialiued Mrs Â¬ - Tite - CMdkRdlS Â¬ Â¬ You Look A Yellow is your livers One of its products bile is overflowing into your blood You cant digest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from head Â¬ The trouble next that it will kill our town Now this is the same old scare crow which tho liquor mon always hoist on such occasions as this with tho view of intimidating tho more timid and fearful but what aro thecal facts in tho We shall not attempt to giv case these ourselves but simply refer our readers to such towns as Mayficld Fulton Clinton Smithland Blackford Murray and many others too Â¬ Â¬ sick numerous to mention all ot which Â¬ ache stomach ache dizzi Â¬ ness malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose of salts cathartic water or pills but a liver tonic have been without saloons for yoara audwould not have them back again for tho world If local option is cal- Â¬ culated to kill a town it is exceeding ly strange that the abovo named towns have not been killed long ago Our temperance orators and advo cates tell us that every man should1 This will do for vote as ho prays those who pray but what about thosd who uever pray at all how shall thej To this we answer let the vote for God aud right vote Â¬ - X Â¬ Â¬ Thedfords Black Draught lit V lr Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Another thing in discussing thit local option question some men talk This great medicine acts gently on as if money wis the only thing to b tin sick liver It purifies the MooJ considered If there is auythiug t renews theappetlte feeds the ner es cleirs the brain and cures consti- be made by it why they are in for it pltllIl but if on the other hand there is i It Is a true medicine for sick liver apJ rtiJneys and regulates all the pro pect of loosing a few dollars br c isJv e functions Try It Why my it they arc opposed to it At nil dealers in medicines In brother what is the loss ot a few dol2cMkages J lars when the question of the protec tion of our homes and the salvatior of our boys and girls arc at takc Bcspcetfully but purely and wholly in the interest J II Butiku of our homes good morals and good This being the case government then let all good citizens and especiMARYS LAMB ally every father who has sons and Mary had a little lamb itsrloec wiio love- - his home and his country it strayed awvr was white as snow go to the poles on election day an should neve one day where lambs ast his vote on the right side of o And Mary sat her quickly dow this great iiicstion nd tears streamed from her eyes she never found the lamb because sh It is said that about 0 per cent And Mary had did not advertise of all the crimes and niurdcis combrotheryjolin who kept a villagmitted in our country today is tracestore he sat him down ant uiokci able to the saloon Aijd then if we his pipe and watched tho open door add to this all the pauperism sufferAnd as the people pas cd along an ing and woe caused by the terrible did not top to buy John still busincs- What argument then can and smoked his pipe and blinked hit be oflcrcd for the saloon If none sleepy eye And so the sheriff close then why not declare it a public him out but still he lingered near nuisanco and get rid of it as we do and Mary came to drop a smpathetK other things of the same sort This How is it sister can yo tear we hope tho good citizens of this oi tell why otherjmcrchants here county will do on the seventh day of all their joods so nidi v and lbri December next Bemembcrin trom year to year v Some ood people seem to think her ownbad luck Mho little maid re that if local option carries at the plies These other fellows get thcr forthcoming elect ion in December John because they advertise Kx Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ li Q R i tor c I tion to one TO every person who will paypaper years j suDscripnon iuu 10 inis mttt we will CRITTENDEN PRESS in advance give absolutely free a full years subscrip- J j fc c 1 11 FARM AND FIRESIDE h OT jFmmm UjRlI TELEPHONES t HleMoril So In did for me Mainly sprang Into her fathers arms It wa nl lohns fault that he fall- eil the farmer went ou It was the Switchboards AlSC mwLr jfl I Larea Stock ot Klt ciric t lcht Street Railway and Telephone Supplies Constantly on Hand Dont fail to send for latest Cata- Â¬ logue No 7 313 W Wain St Louisville Ky Jas Clark Jr Co I WLh U UAtmUTElt CAN ANU TOAHT AW01tl Mils IB TKA vcr Mrs coiidcjrcMided to inform him of tut fact that the young cbuplo were In Lest We tnm hi e The chicken ftrui on wbi ih it - llib b rfsil4s cant lrn at niclil JiiM tioitla f there were no chlcfcu8 waidvcrtlsetl eel cries ipaimodicaJly iwi Cream Verinlfnue ncr faiU lo curp for sale under foreclosure of mortgage fcllpii pl btr lUnrtiter fHerf- - loothcr ubould ifiij hrr baby Utilten Then Mm nickor Cttup Vermltliife So many lltncs when the knowing thst tlte older tjoobaml and ijate and fretful the molbrr doc not Uthur was ta et cofatMuC f tl medicine lo do A bottle ot th offered uo help barely epoke to blm color to hU cheeks and laughter to fulAbiM The faxiuer had a hard time of It Meeren Give It a trial Sold bj Woods A K wife it prood to sruwble became jMsaoProrffrtn Irdiord at Junrtuiv yt taiii3i fi I admired fault of his Inexperience his pluck but determined to let lilm I benellt by the experience The har vesting of this last crop has been ton much for an old iiian like me anil Im going to turn over the details of Its management to him Hut as I bellevo no house Is big enough for two families you children are to remain at the chicken farm lining It for a home and nothing more Does that suit you John John groaned the farmers hand wiille Mamly clung to his neck Mrs Hlckford scarcely feumi rooirf to die her himlund a kiss Then after a nor mal condition trait attained they he KAU to dlcuft the beat dinner that money culd buy visitors tu mat region are uuziled at the nam Chlckaa Parin jjlven to 64 of the prettiest uUcas there alnce it la rfrithlVlIke fariaWd Ker are nb chlckeni ok It Occalra1ly tii a qulrer seta the atory of koir It falaed Itaalnxnlar name Â¬ Â¬ The pnly condition is that you must accept this offer within thirty days from date as 49 the publishers of Farm and Fireside limit it f us to that time i 43 4Q q FADrVA rtlmlTl 4 pages every issue with nearly two million readers throughout the United Mates rflll lii PIDPCIHEIS Amercias greatest I IILOIUL Farm and Family Journal yap twice-a-morKt- h 24 to 36 U Af lr F 49 Something in it for every member of the family and all the farm and rural topics 49 are ably discussed 49 49 49 0 w I 49 49 3 Send Your Order To day Address It to 49 49 49 49 The Crittenden Press Marion Kentucky A- v f WWWI ii lf97t - iL jiwztJi fiUi USJi j- - When the ar JFas Then its time to act No time to study to read to experi- Â¬ ment You want to save your hair and save it quickly too So make up your mind this very minute that if your hair ever comes out you will use Ayers Hair Vigor It makes the scalp healthy The hair stays in It cannot do thing else Its natures way any- Â¬ The beat kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years dt j c Ajfr Co LowlI Mm Alio manufacturer of 9 SARSAPARILU PILLS CHERRY PECTORAL J Ayers Tlio io THE EDITORS LUCK i who nro editorial Globe Wiiltliy not t ak in lost Uhv should road tlii- ihu Miiid Iroiii in The editor publilio another Ions winded article and tulU a hundred lie about the toiutiful and aueoiupli hud bride the uiiniti fret- - 10 and a jduee ol In ake and tho editor tret- - 011 coure of time it die- - The doctor sjut- - from il to 100 the editor publihe a n notice of the dentil of aid au obituary two column lunjr lodfju and Mieiety lo oliitione a lot of jiootry and a liuocard of thanks trct0000 Xo wonder so uau editor- - not rich- tli10 get grows- up and the nuiirhlior jihvMuiuii jret i 10 The oiiitor jme the loud mouthed youiifjUT and the liHp 0 and juts parent a Whfu it - thritiied tho mini tor -- A Iliild i horn hdid tlio titcmlui editor i tif It uiarriun ad - TSasmalksgflvikg night stopping for nn hour over n roof TURNS PALACE INTO A CONVENT pinion where they had the bot show I ever nee There was one jlrl lu pink Hav- Â¬ Springfield Mo Nov lfc tl veil us I wns saving wo had tfood was a dis- Â¬ weather and favorable winds nnd ing decided that her life about iliiyllKht wo xilitud the eltiulcl appointment Mrs Alice ODuy of Jiioboo There our troulilo Iteirun wealthy widow of a former Prcsidont Our enrliurelor was nrtlng cranky uud ten ol our Ihlrty xlx cylinders went out of Frisco railway system has turn of cniiiuiKslon all at once and we bad cd her elegant country mansion into to ntop the engine for repairs We drlfleil to the northwest nnd hunt a convent and proposes to spend the there Is the nlr all day monkeying with rcmaitider of her life as a guest of the machinery and ciisinc our luck the twenty four black robed nuns The Hist mate pipes up Skipper do you realize what day who now own the 20000 estate Mrs ODay who has twice been this IsV Nil says I What Is ItV married says that no man shall over Its TlmnkHKlvltiK day says ho She says she luneture my kiis bas matey If enter her life again you aint rlpbt says I takliiK a hasty expects to find peace of mind in the i bat are look at my pocket enlendar solemn round of religious duties in we koIiir to do about ItV I dont know says he Wo aint which she takes part o sonic extent got nothing but bard tack ami canned Having divorced she cannot become Of course the canned a nun but is allowed to reside with stuff aboard Units nil right now that tho whole regular army is on duty at tho packing them as the foundress of a colony hoiies but canned turkey dont seem Her gift is indeed a princely one riianksgivIiiK llko wo aint The magtiilicciit residence which not Meslde got any canned turkey come to think many months ago echoed with gayety of It only canned peas nnd punklii Well 1 tell yon sir I was stumped of balls and euchres is in the midst novel In all my life went over a It was park Thanksgiving without turkey not even of a Klfindalc suggesting tho Hint trip when we was ciptured by called Of course the haunt ol mischievous spiritc- tin Cblne o air junk Now turke t hem air pirates give us was it is St de Chantcl Mone tory of really golden pheasant but we called A Japanec tea it turkey and It tasted all right And the ViMtntion knew If the crow over got on to the Iioum on au island in a small lake fact that It was J banksglving nnd we chapel to tho didnt lmo anything but bard tack luii been replaced by a A woodland leafy and canned peis and punkin to give Secret Heart bower formerly known as Lovers em there would he the worst mutiny since the one on the lainynt Azova Nook has boon utilized for a shrine The more when tho czar tried to make bis sailors to the Lady of Louido- eat Icons I kept all hands hard at fancy fiirui hing of the building have work so thoy wouldnt get tlmo to boon removed and grated windows think about the almanac and we was and bare lloor- - greet the eye of the inoMiIng ulong slow mo figuring on The nuns conduct a school whether some other skipper would visitor for girls and tho building is to be have tho pole market for pnuamas oversold belore we got there when u cd exclusively for this after Mrs suddenly the mate pipes up again OPav builds them a new convent which she ha pronitcd to do Skipper Ive got an idee Spit It out says 1 but he never Mrs ODav wa- - Mr- - Alice Wil- Â¬ answers but grabs his spyglass and liams of St Louis when she mar- Â¬ begins rubbering at something way ried the railroad magnate Six years Then he runs below ago she had a violent quarrel with oft our port bow and comes up with one of them durn which she secured a automobile honk honks lu his hand him following divorce and a heavy alimony settle- Â¬ We got that honk honk In a funny He has been dead for four or ment five years She began to give up so- Â¬ ciety about that time and became in Â¬ -1 1 eror the dty somo time before mid- Â¬ RENOUNCES SOCIETY AND THEN has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half MiXSosi auc No Cure no Pay ootties loc tins record or ment aDoeal to you KnciosMWKa every otue is a Tea cent package of Groves buck Jioob uverrat Its almost a certainty that the man who spits on the lloor of a street ear will have trouble at home for spiting on tho stove Nothing great was ever achieved without a big bunch of enthusiasm as Yoii can manu Â¬ an accompaniment facture it yourself Most men will stand a patting on tho back and there are few women who dnut like to see their name- - in the personal column A dirty collar doe nt always indicate a carelcs man but polished shoes denotes a good trait in anyone and it costs hut live cents The strongest branch of your industry should bo Iailh As a to is essential source of dclense it Lie by it and youre sure to win The corner stouo of many a life structuro has been jarred out of position b the lostering of a doubt Doubt ha- - boon the undoing of many When you succeed how many ap If you meet with the plaud you reverse- tew ate they who will leeog me you Tho e who do nro ol tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic Always Remember the Full Name I jMative Rromo Quinine Cures a Cold in One Day Grip in Two O jfcjrtnrt on Box 25c The Old Hickory Distilling Co On account of the city coun- Â¬ cil refusing to grant us new quart license at the distillery we were compelled to buy out a place up town or let our friends and patrons go without Old Hickory which is known to be the best purest and cheapest in Marion Nobody else in town has our Old Hickory Call and see us We have a full line of Whiskey Wines Beer and Cigars Prices on Old Hickory same as at the quart house MOVED UP TOWN Biilari Stand Opposite Post Office Old Hickory Distilling Alterested in religious matters though Ionian Episcopalian she be came a convert to the Roman Catho lic church and the large gift to that church followed Â¬ Â¬ though high it By T H L0WERY Manager et can bo reached by hon est of purpo e and a faith in what CmiT mtTir nrtktotnnfiMnl Vj ill tnni r llwilAnmntirv in TTTHrn iBj Tlrnnolirm 1 j MiOjrfmn OLll I I itwillfoiiVHMH t Months than oUh ih van til MX JfirS Viii undertake but the combination j nml V their M ynu tlmt Drnuuboii h nlleiritcan that OruuishoiiM tMii h tho must bo welded together umwik uuu uui i iwvtii i iu uiiiMiSf iuiu u iiioi ujuJils ui biiuriuuuu You live hut once and life is short PRACTICAL the days ate passing none will reBUSINESS turn and they carry a part of your life with them then why lose the UauOOOO 00 capital US Colleges in 111 States 17 vears success precious things that may be yours by ws nroil or refunded 1 I IUNO LLAHIX LawnoolkerinRliort nvlJll a weak yielding to circumstances rUOl nun Kntrll Itiif Arltlirm-lic- ratHloinnlnviOintrciilliliiiiirwrltelrr SutUniotlouOUAKANTKUl Kto Dismiss doubtWrlto for prices trust in the ulti- Juo F Uniutlijii lri liliutullnrjlan mate attainment ol that you desire Evansvillc Paducah Nashville StLouis Memphis Little Through faith in yourself you can Rock Atlanta Dallas San Antonio etc bend cireiim tanoos anil people to your will -- right stull The tandaid -- Company uiiiv bo llL iJl Â¬ DRAUGHONS M Â¬ Â¬ Will T Hicklin Successor to WANTED HEADING BOLTS AND By AUGUSTUS W FERR1N Trusims Of Tlmias ICopjrlsht Tf ft by Augustus W Fen In ACK In the fall of 1050 said the skipper of the airship AlbaIMS Â¬ tross as he sat pulling his pipe on the roof of the Aerial Nav igation companys fifty story building wo was engaged In the on UroaUway rctlc nutnretlc carrying trade There being temporarily nothing doing In our lino we had put Into Colon to see ox President Itooovolt stern and stronu- us In spite of his eighty odd years spou tho Panama canal 1 was stand- Ing on the Colon pier watching the 30 D0O ton battle blp Incle Sam enter tho canal marking the consummation of tho most gigantic engineering enter- prise in all history ns the ex president enld In his speech when u boy In the uniform of tho Worlds Wireless Telo- graph company handed me a green en- velope labeled Itush It was a mes- Hago from our ngeut at Peary where the wireless company had an Instru- ment n top the north polo capable of transmitting without relay any mes sago to a receiving Instrument on top of tho south pole Tho mes iigo read The ice has all melted It Is hotter hero than the hinges of hades ami tho mo fuitoos tiro biting something fierce This ought to be good market for lm- mediate consignment of summer sup- piles but haste is Imperative Well when there Is money to bo inndu you dont lluil your Pnclo Henry i It isnt always the best shot who bags the most game Livery Sale and Feed If its raining nine out of every Si ten persons ou meet will tell you so North Man A true barometer of a mans charac Tlie patronage of the ter is the fondness he has for flowers Public is solicited If ehoapness is the side consideration some men are worth lc s than a pen- Â¬ Ordway Bros Guess Stable Marion Ky STANDING TIMBER n I White and Red Oak I 1 Sound Green Timber free from knots windshakes checks worm holes and other detections Must be barked and well quartered Also buy Standing Oak Timber for Heading Bolts where there are available facilities for get- Â¬ ting jt out For Prices call on irl j I I j i j i J The corner loafer who speaks ill of women who pa s ha- - little regaid for those at his hone It seven money when jou need your umbrella it is at the other cud Tho -- amo way with of tho route wfflsscirQ Mi friends The woman who go sips should climb over the fence into the back ilri1 ol tllu neighbor she talks about I OlIA n iiik mrnt iiivts ieaiusu If you owe tho other lellow he will iiii v and iiuiMiii way We was Hying low one day take pains to meet ou on the same watching two bg machines racing ido of tho street llover e positions along a country road when all at once j0V0 conmiors whom all cl e faik one ol oiii blows up and the Horn jjukL1i jv 0 inUiiouce ol a good en anus riKiu i our car uae woman a uiuii mn accouilish wonj leans hut iuo port ran alio uemus M -- 2SjiL JAS TOLLEY Agt Marion Kentucky LARGE ATTENDANCE NINE TEACHERS FIFTY J b wse Mmmjmffli A IV M honk honkingI at once All like ho was dippy hoar another hotik lionU - - 1 g fi LOCKYEARS BUSINESS e try y COLLEGE I typewriters BY MAIL J I LESSONS I 1 M M W way oft thou nearer thoi moio honks than all Hie automobile- lu four iatAnd what do you think could nuiLc II UimV Wllil iifiH I hil M III V fl SPlv mo If tlioro wnsii tu million wild i i Yy V - W2 ijtmj JJt ym i LVjnw ji i t v- I I Vf BTovpraa ok an notm ovEn dAJJUKN a roof loanng around uny filgantlc engineer lag enterprise ho without waiting for the unveiling of tho colossal statue of Secretary Taft wo loaded to the para chuto with panama bats and mosquito netting and spread sail for the pole We inud New York In twenty four fcoiiM having good weather nud fa Torablo winds all tho way and passed VI only tln ie uanut any I call liionl ilnyliLlii anil we all ImYd I I he main ilre man tlieVwJt Ilo w uud closer c ouie the pave until liejiin to et scared Kvery nerve is a live wire that theyre tMij to lilt our Inllooii connecting some part of the anil puuciiin1 uSlust as they net up to us 1 rjil tlie IcllerstlitrtV leading the body w ith the brain They arc iV and holler KvJsiiody grabs ai so numerous that if you pene Â¬ That hcareri the Koose and hollers trate the sKin with the point of rest and oil thev lly leavlnsAi bird In jitfcedlc you will touch a nerve eveo uians liiml which wu worth and receive a shock pain it is nn two lu the ozone as tliosnylug called Aches and pains come We was drifting northwest all iiis m- time and I y the time we hail sUunancVJ from a pressure strain or rlsjlit over Njury to a nerve the niorc prom dressed th o jft ese wo was preatcr the some hot sipriiifr up In IJrltlsh Coluin- i ent the iier vc the blu Kvery man got out a lino and tied paVy When the pain comes It around u gooses neck and dropped fronla large nerve it is called him Into the water When tho geese Neuralgia was cooked we drew em up ngulu nnd by tho everlasting Santos IluniOnt that whcthcrVt be the facial nerves boiled goose was tho tenderest most or the hevtrt stomach sciatic succulent input I ever tasted What or other prominent nerve with tho canued punkin pie tho peas 1 stop painY then branch and some wild colery we fished up with you must reWevc the srfraiir or our anchor that Thanksgiving dinner pressure upoa the nerves was hang up Everybody turned In Dr Miles Anf Pain Pills do goose atld hap that night full of boiled this pier than a Rhode Island clam at high enujed by I Buffered Intf nxe A tide Next rooming we got the engine vari- Â¬ nruralsin I Uoctorwl nd ufU n Utf fixed and two days later we was at withoutBeUlnK ous medlclnM until I bonivn tHklnBVJJrmo JtllM tho pole We didnt have any trouble morn THy Anti Pain lllls good tlwn nil tho medicines I ever disposing of the pannma hats and mos tV onrp n They noer rail usihI jmtto netting at fancy prices for it wna hcaUche uni their uo nver IcayeH any had nftcr offeotH hotter than ever in Vevj and inside una war BKClKarANra tU two weeks wo was back in hjqw 57 W th StrKriiold fori with acargof relief of arctlox Miles AnU Paln PIIU m tea by Dr that your droofllst who will auarjiti we sold to tho Motro editions which It package will benefii the first olltan inuioum for enough to give ev fall ho will return your monev bulk Never told In 26 cent 25 doaes try one of us tx montlis laud leave llvtt j lowanl us In a tout lnl their Imrrer over the uvxJy It iu ii Mnu we ni e IJcMiam Stniiul Ul Sak A tJooil Mulicine Fur sale liv lihtlul K Ej W A SCHOOL WITH A REPUTATION send for new catalog J as ilie poet xus ilu uiooii A Live Wire g Q O Eberlc Hardin S Co JZm2ltttti2i3SE OMESEEKERS round trip rntes llili K edleQQGQ9 Chas Larue A 1 TO THE SOUTH it p Giitly rcilueoil rates mi the first and third Tuosduy of ouch mouth from points on the lino of tlm Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Boots Shoes Prices consis- Hardware Tinware and Groceries tent with Quality I Buy and Sell all kinds of Produce Give mc a call Illinois Central R R in the North our homo Ticket Agent will give you full particular- as to ratJrt conditions audtrain time Lfketk Uxcursiun Kilct cm b- - liml t nunnts of tlio Illinois Central nml ronncninK linns nr l ililrphsinK cllirr of tlui unUri Iuim1 lA I W IIAK10W IouiilU JNO A SCtlTT A i 1 A Mniiliis A S- j The Leading Merchant Parlor Barber Shop Walter McConnell Proprietor Lcvias Ky J IlIX IARTICtLAKS ciiiicrnlnir lloiiw Human Blood Marks H Aauson V T M ChicaKO G Hatch G I A Chicane Farm and Fireside twice a month oho year free with eaoh subscriber of Wo huvo sent a sample tho Press cflpy to each subscriber tried tho now Grcaia A tou ccnt Crisp breakfast food package nnd hotter thau many of tho Have you fifteen cout Bellum Morrix YiUch Clean Towels and Good lle of horror wi tolil liy mark- of human V blood in the liouic of J Ullljiuv a well kuowji mcicliatil of IUr Ky Ilu write Twen Â¬ I ty year auo liaJ ovei liemorrbaitcH of the luntfH ami was near ileaili when I Ix uan taking Ur Kliu Now Pivovery It comirlctely cured me and I have remained well ever tIne ll cures llcmorrhaceii Chrome Coutfht Settled Colds and Uronchitls and is Ihu only known cure U r for weak lunc IkHiIo tuaranleed by Wood Onus InicclM snoandfto Trial bot Â¬ tle fwe Workmen First Class Hot or Cold Baths J - C Press Building MARION KENTUCKY Miles Medical C6JElkhart Ind PM CltuiM HAIR usA hMMllUa Ik AKfcftl BALSAM howiwt to jim rramoiM crrtr jrvia ataw asat tMlI H ffl hitt v H - r Lsail Zinc Fluorspar Deposits Continued troni First Page there being no question of the exist ence of ore or of the quantities of it Caraeris tn a letter from C F ti published in the Manufacturers Reco d of March 22 lUOli the state ment was made that the fluorspar now being shipped from England to this rountry conic from the mill tailing- Â¬ PROGRAM FOR THE Tlh -- USICALE To be Given at the Marion High School Auditorium Lnmd By ff HAYNES TAYLOR Druggists PURITY NEATNESS DISPATCH OUR MOTTO P J TANSEY 1308 Copyright by P J Tansey Monday Evening December 10 iHE nf abandoned levd nunc- - none of them now being worked and that in Id accumulation two year- - the e At tlio pros become olmu ted will - -- hipping this tint time Kntrluid - admitted it flnor par u- - ballast old under in beinsr duty tree and With tin- - ex Â¬ cost ol produetion -- W Miss Ida Colo Miss Ada Zellar Miss Nina Palo Park Soprano T Pianist UollUt Nor looped poultry pe v lull o grief A deep though tilent sorrow Pervaded all the tur Â¬ key roup Trir lire must die the morrow Fine Line of Holiday Goods HOTEL FOR SALE Rooms Newly Furnished Ccntanlly Located a S20G House Good Town and Alright Reason for selling Ant west Will sell for Cash or on 3 or 5 years time going A BARGAIN Call on or address 10 He paced ihe cocp in thoughtful mood J onatc cello and pin no Kd ward flrieg HratM or bug or barley haustion ol the rngli h source- - ol upply then will be an inciM ud de mand for American fliior par About 70000 ton- - arc u ed lor moiling and purpo-e- in tin- - country now It u o - cou tantly lnerea ing the known lor metals fino t Hii is tin and refractor ore- - and is u ed by It the lug steelmaker- - of AmcriM - largely ulphur and eliminatemike- - the ten ile strength Â¬ Vaeil Pi ano J allegro agitato Angels Serenade with cello obligatn a Hit mScn forbade in poultrydom The jympalhizmg parley But toon he raised hut head on high And spread his fan of feather And strutted forth as proudly there Prelude -- b a Vale aim a K minor the Night Chopin Holim Mo I Cello - b Elcgie ftherzo i cnet Vanitiocn- a b As boyt I in patent -- pho-ph- oru- a Vocal Flower I oni c d Violets Morning Jlnry riong The Pine Korgut-mo-N- leathers Then liHVing made D a fine parade W Stone WWW W l ll 1 I toluky In stately ostentation HarXeTV a t ad iron to be u ed and - ol opon vantage in blast furnaceT cupolahearth -- toel luinaeeIho a and bras- - fouudrie- finer ualitio- - aro ground and u ed in chemistry tor enameling gla milking Â¬ cru-eible- greiter and enable- - lower grade- - oi e Piuno I a b ltomana Poli h -- F nllii -- The Seeds Sonu haip Woodman Hehumnun 1 le called his offspnn up lo hear Hi djng exhortation VV faraMUrTaTarmTaTaaraTr V List Cui jiJfc Cello Cantabile a b Vocal Sylvia Springtide with collo obligato Selmbut uccker ifeSW fip w I I I u1Mm My children see the wageof gree- d- f Id propeci ery murky be insurance ruk I0tl1v I v M M A 0r m 1 4 il 9PU Mlin k 1 Puzzle I Ji ji cojiper refining etc liocal autlioritic- - tale that pub lished ttatitiu a- - to the production of fluor par in thi- - district are too instead of 2i000 ton- - lor high ton llO it is declared that figure- - It would be nearer the exact is also claimed that the -- hipmetit from the Illinois mine was iuateiiil 20l0 lj lea- - man published ligure- -- showo that les- - than 0000 ton1 wa- - about the uantity mined and hipped fioni the Kentucky Illinois field la t year To meet all pio enl requirement- therclore there would haw to be about a oO per com ineroa o in production lor outside of the Illinois and Kentucky field- - there are declar ed to bo iin other deposit- - in the world that may be iclied on for such extensive and economical development There - omo fluorspar in as these formally but so little that its e oration is prohibited and right now German consumer- - ol fluor par are writing to Ivcntiieky companies tor Â¬ Â¬ -- It that line are urgently in demand - dcclaied that an electric trolley hue 2 mile- - in length would open the whole district and become one of the best paying propositions in the It co ts now an aerage ol country ton to transport oie by wagon per It h ilf this to the railroad or river charged b the uolloy price were line it would yielh a handsome rev as the produetion ol the di tnet t nue and it would be greatly incrca ed i- 1 would be in position to supply the ntire demand of the country lor duor par shipping by barge to Pitt burg and other largo citio- - reaoheu delivery in lor immediate A- lot- the known thou and ton - -- id oi the deposits on the Ulinoirivor are iu the baud of tbo cnmpiu- it devolves icH now operating there on the Kentucky held to Inrirt h the irrcatlv incieantd demand tlut will soon be undo tor American iluurnpar It - the txpectition locally thai the district will arif ip tin oeea ion If trom a iitiinbiM ot ottt ide places this is done there will be a good deal Jne ol the oldest operations - at the Thu prc ent Columot outside -- npitnl put into operation Columbia mine bia Nlining Co i owned by Padttcah here people and Tt would seem tint the outlook ind loui ville and Chiungo Thi- - com ha- - no local capital in it the possible piohts are ullieiont to s holdings are along the Colum Â¬ induce mieli inestmeijl- - eapccially pany sineo improved piocensir huvc ttdded bia Istilt where development- - have been made lor a di tante ol nearly now possibilities in the wn ot iirnUf iuc This - lead and Heretofore it ha- - been impossibb to two miles Huorbpar and ine bcoau e lield where the inc is not micd sepaiute The lield i thev are ot the simo spteitic gravity with the tluorspar is belpful in all olhei piactically owned and contiolled by Whilu tluoi-p-- ir smnlting ypcrHtiniin it is baimtul to the Columbia Company aud Me-st- ivine and Mich ores have benn thrown lilue A Nunn the latter ot thi- - city out lis the discovery ol a new pro Â¬ While the Columbia Company lias cess now in successful operation here probably made the luigc t shipnuint fluorspar and iuc ire eparaied eom trom thi district yot Me r- - Hluo Nunn have made eombiucd ship pletely and as ine or curs m almost all fluorspar mine- - I hero will be a ments aggregating Iron 10IIU to A pro phenomenal Pres- Id GUI tons greatly increased production ent operation- - art boing earned on duction was made by them at the Old Mm miner where they took out by the Sanders Ore Separating Co The ot an open trench carbonates needing daily implicit ot U tons with Mcssers Sanders of New York be- Â¬ 110 eonceutiulion ot the amount above lieving that the lield offered advan Â¬ named The ine ores bore run much high Â¬ tages for operations here ctabli hed tin- - pro Â¬ er in metallic inc than those of In additiou to the work- Thu average with the Joplin cess others are being eperiuieuted Jopliu Horn the witb by various mi no opciatoii- - here ores is IIJ to 1 per cent to JO aud in -- omc rich and it is considered altngcthei prob average is blo that other discoveries will be sample- - id carbonates as high as HO The made greatly to the advantage ol ihu percent or more in shown cryiitalliation is tiner than the Jop- Â¬ district ontiro Lead has been known to exist in lin ore however and a fatal error this field since IS 11 and in 1HII5 has buuu made in one instance at operations new carried on in this Ifcast in putting iu mill ot the lop- More ore was lost in the tino by Audiew Jackson anti otbeis linsflc Mining in a small way was continued tailings than was saved in the eon but no Huoispar ceutiitcs aud the mill will have to rlown to the war liiek nf bo remodeled for liner grinditg was shipped until LS7U ol The Kuhtuckv rluorspar Co facilitiVs lotmlod the transportation and own now I which Jour Marion men own a con mining operation flVere is o great a lank of adequate jtiolling iuteiost and in vvhioh theie I have hieago eajiital invc tcd fmoiporlution that dorolopiiicnts in is price- -iÂ¬ Â¬ iÂ¬ Â¬ the Ohio and Cumberland riei- In addition thero would be a large local busincs- - secured trom a terri toiy uot supplied with tailrotd ttan portation and there would be an in creased population with un accom panying still lnithor inciea e in local business it is declined that that the line could be easily built the location i an ideal one for the trolley line and that investigations will demonstrate the proposition to be a puticularly attractive one trom auv taudpoiut Then have been periodical ica ons lot activity in tlte e lields and a considrable aiuniiut ol money mo lly in small stuns has been put into the dictiiet at aiious time- - by people via Â¬ Â¬ been in continuoii- - opcratiuu 10 ycar and may be ranked a- - the pioneers ntuon thoo at prc ent en gaged iu fluoispar business here liud aud ship most ot They handle tho tluorspar in the Kentucky distiict In addition to buying the tluorspar f 10111 other produces s they are large minei- - themselves In ground lluor is a very material inciease spai there The Kentucky Company in output ground and shipped -- UU tons in lM2 while in Mi the amount was Tlii- - district has no ri00 tons competition in ground tluorspar aud it- - product j shipped all ovet the eounty and to Mexico and Canada The KeiituokyCoiupanyj ha- - been limiting its production to the liner grades jj rroui its Memphis mine the ore averajiestll per cent calcium tluuritos gAs thuhiglustlKiigli h average per cent the foreign is adapted simply to fluxing Were I Ie gob- blnglmkey r 0 f -- LW L ut Picture Come down roLlicd the gander of hu grub liratnl orphan chicktnr call U many a djttarj Mcil That I nov m ti7iard liciem Will Coal Go up or grew in wealth light and dark ol x and how much Our Price- - arc ulways right Our coil r always right became wo handle the very C5 Call us up and get a load Youll never JJ best on the market ours for coal -- atihfaction have occasion to Call us down Through nch and nnful living And that isuhv Im u nrncrd now prruli or Thanktgiving Answer 10 j lo Oh Irt my ate a warning be I Neer 1 une at growing thinner Dont grab too much or soon oull grace A fine and feMal dinner Sutherland Coal Phone No Transfer Marion Co x 200 Kentnekv 5KKKKKKMKK3KIKKKKKMKKKKk bor property a well developed ruino spnr Co ot Wheeling W Vi Hen produced thousandsa hatt In- - been sunk to a depth ol j that has already Tho j 180 tcet and at tlii dtpth the vein 0f tons of lluor par and lead nn nas 0cn dovidoped 214 teet between pertoctlv well defined wallr aud levels have been driven through was 20 feet measured by tape lino a solid cin ot lead and -- par 1500 The 01c is load inc and fluorspar feet in length -- howing an ore body The company ha- - been working loi of trom 4 to 15 feet wide with well three or four years on the problem of a A Meam plant defined wall eparating the iuo and fluorspar Adjoiuing but with what result is not yot be installed hero bout to tho Tabnr is tho Ashbridge mine The Albany Mining it Investment which trom the discovery shaft has - Co coinpoi ed ot Mtineic Ind peo- Â¬ produced about 10000 tons ol gravple lii vo erected at the Ninuy IlankK tt distance of 254 feet uourspar mines near Stilpiu a Joplin type ot iThiH haft is now down 200 feet At the cast end of the property two mill tor the -- eparation of lead and They have also added a J 0II put down and fluopar jCW sjlfti mu tl w T nf rt a small tlunrspil grindiui plant They htruck which has bcrn drifted on for are down about 220 feet aro iu cr Adjoining is thu aluable ore and are one ol the di- Â¬ 100 Htoie feet Poguc ruiuo now opened to n depth vidend pay err of the di trict between the Kveuiu Htai and ot liT3fcetr which has produced Nancy Hanks properties is tho Morn SO tliouhiinds of tons of ore A new horse power steam plant ha- - recently ing dtar mine owned by the Ameri- Â¬ an Between this can Lead Zinc tt KJuumpir Co been installed here organization of Cleveland capitalists aud thu Yuudcll tt number ol opeu- lings hui just been made all of Two diocoveiy -- halin have been sunk cutting tovein in each The com which aio in -- pu The M uiou Zinc Co puny also run in a tunnel exposing j 7lttiuu nf otustdo capital mostly a vein of flourspar and lead measur Â¬ fcS J he prtsidoi 1 ort ay tie Iiul ing 20 feet in widths the company is Mi C S Kuiglif0f In addition to these properties there have boon opened the Hudhou his pcrnonnf attention mines the JJutlor thu Guill Uabb jriung to the work foi tho pat jvo cars Klondike Hcnard 1ieioo and Hodge AJ the Kiley mine n Hpar lead in all of wbioh development work hu mine non down nfjflpth of 20 feet becn done Htifficiont to prove that the in a trsiightjtfift there is a lino vein aru continuous In addition to this mineral wealth equiprurdUof tani boist drills etc of such variety there is near Slena aiid arouu77upUi mill tor thojsep ntrtjSut thusnrand lead Wsrk whJtWivallcditbe Htovqns fire clayr ybeing done at JJfi 7JJ aud l72oot dispo it Not onlv is there u practi- Â¬ and til 172 feet they are cally innxbaustlblu itiontity of iu levels Tncio is a proauc but so superior a tjuality of fire clay orosH cutttng tion ot 20 tons daily and the work has it proved to be that it stands u In driving tho 172 hundicap of k per ton for bin ling is going ahead fitio vein or stcnin coal by wagon trom Salem to Marion cross cut a This Over 13000 tons of thu clay have four feet thick was struck company is arranging lo put in a thus been moved aud shipped by raiJ t Ke grinding mill to make ground spar to the Western Tube Works s -Â¬ I I iO Improinptu Uuffed Id with goodadvice When laid m tat Jam le ulhnely ope- - my v ev ry noe SWrFGb Shall irikon tagc and ihymrly This district as ha 11 d i a whole has been c a p p e d by lack ot money llut all Farewell eet children pr Who dare my new to ijuestion Shall iiroon on Frida all day long V ith ache of indye tion or the proper expenditure ol it A gieat deal of the work and there are hundreds of opening- - in thudistrict is ol a very primitivu kind Here aud there machiueiy is being put iu and Mime ot the piopcrties are being excellently equipped tm cxteuivo development The Kentucky Fluor- Â¬ Co which own- - utiniciou- - prop spar 01 tie- - besides the mill at Marion is confining its eftorts to the develop ment ot Join mine- - only at thi- - time One t these the Memphis already eiiipped with hoi tint macbinerv eomire sor air plant and -- tich mod- em macliinery with the remit that I it i iifiiiliiiinir III iHirSinl9SEainiQll Thanksgiving t Dinner and Ui Cgh Wlille I i nl i It nnA bier tuned Die Itlp Navajo Injun mans Tluiuklw lilm Inlutsiai ntuwv 10 ll eat fr Mf Spitted rior elill wits s nl mid oi woJe iu tils Three huitdieil liuive cniiip with niiinv Muawa and pajKioscs -- nil Hungry j inose nH lllinlt Itlllllll are nlwavs liuuirv In h l vvno uimvv iuv Uuow Utai Indians And now It wutf I r -- iie loimerly produced under the old band methods n comuion in this held Iuipncnt - on the giound ii ililr ftlli alltlllat MftllH nidiro hud Inroinioil be illnc 1nflp Rimio milt noil and Miiued bciuii lliete wits lltUo IA willif oll t III I nuuu II TlmiUsvin It m r 11 Horsetail wm s ill giwtwl Hou Hoiwd W1hmi muchipiI lor largely increasing the output At the long opetatul YandCI mine where giavel fluorspar is tound com parable with the gravel iion oie do- - other sweel- - ci tterti lender- KlTptS t jam ornue iiiaruittliile uidnses ami with what nu 1 fri bi veiled tJirrr- ril jlvl jvcs rltllua In at a wild gallop aw tf WCM J1 1osisofthe penin ulardistrictthere eijuipniciit ot steam hoist tnd othci modern machinery It has been proved by numerous shafts that tho ehaiactei of thie deposit extends some distance I10111 the present operating shalt o that the supply ol this fluxing sptr caube increased almost iudofinitclv to meet thu growing de i- li in three niinutti eveiy Imek NrviiJo OiiKhI and off towsnt the rail- lt road rollowtHl by thf women and elill- ilren afoot Nent Opiken Kldge a loo o rail lind tlirunti u frHilit nirn off tbH Kncti ear loirlftU wltii hr Intel Â¬ tlcllclous fruits fresh and ciiined of southern California bound for the eitt When tlif eats rolled ilomi the cm lianLiiteni thev btoke oKit upottetl notsoiiiiia naiui mands noun noie run- - i iniwiivrvj nro- rney nnen into of At the Uodgo mines tho Kentueky lnM and vvalloXi tho ugaiv peactie Ltimpaiiy is Milking tnreo bhafts on fnf wiole Ilk huw mrf oynteiv three separate vuins Here the Unor nicy diaiiL the niMpIc us f t sparisytrongly disseininatcd with lead vvero tin water and tht nvpiMrTv Jam went the way of nil fcwools YTholo and Make wry attractive pioposition bottles of ollv oil ntlatxi to tho tur- for the nittrket Tho eompany is proposing tho in- - diiiII In their sioinailt Iw jniBiitiHii sin iiii nnwprptrcteli I At Jola there is the Munu mine rl I niMiii the Ai701 sod out of com work the vnrioit openings that have inlhslou Thfy wffr pxeewllimly sick one of the principal ziue mines of tho Ht tho which is under private own loni ich been made An ambulance train i distiict toWB Carbonate ol zinc is being The Tabb nrues tvill be the last ot f mount ct sbip the Hldne agent by mined here of which there aio 100 the tour properties the Kentucky wire biotiKlit ilf Mcore of doctors Ami Iveyyiiiv for nix wrrk llteie- - tons piled nn on tho dump ready for Compiiiy will get to but when de Â¬ rame HorwtMl and a i iark A nino foot face ot this veloped they aro expected to prove dfter or fntiau nifei who t illntl tjious- - vVutKv very satl factory pioditceis ot lluor jilde thf rnifiroa l track from ilawn to naiuauiuoru pivicui Bf pliHy n frelLhf trln slow ed workings spar lead and inc Up to a tiic up nu cn niiil the liead brikeninu ago all the pioduction from thc o held Over in Livingston county about councii with tha clilnf mines was simply through No u Spotted Ii will urlaco We kIv ono and one half miles smith of Su this dlunitr only once n year Thank- - Icm is the Eastern Star group ot openings Clvliif d fy Along the Tabb fault is the Tu- mines owned by the Kagle Iluor- w-- i- - al o an LM th riWt al tioi 7s1 11 wmiee 111 - kiitni rl I- - l TJT rtTT httwl tu - With adequate transportation- tae ilitier wlneb can hardly be much longer in coming in it would sctuu that thero is a combination of condi- Â¬ tions hero which ought to prove very attractive to men with thu moans and tlio knowledge neecsfcary to bring h bottku leiilly notable development of the vnstly valuable resources of this neck of Western Kentucky Amikrt PliKXih The Pie s and weekly Journal one year for tflf0 Com i ev -- M f liS r PICTORIALCOLOR AND JAAGAZINE SECTION w UA Marlon Ky Thursday Nev 29 1906 111- - M ft ma w 1 t h nmm Hki r majmp mjm nrm A rfl a 1 ltoKiniP iliCLJii aj-i-- -j inFT m11 AlKBf KiSS i Ljm I fcp MlflHIR Av3 I WM Km Lrrrb essUffl n f WQNIEif OPIv S M il liii JCTfcte KrMJrt l wi u- Q m JMtf BV2 J iv Mm B vJm W v IA fSP kTH Wfran ii 5 n JWlBil i K iMWmMMmM Wr vmam Wm MMimMFI h HteMMMfM 3 IMU HIP nn expects to be doing fcuin in the last year of the And some time next ye will be shot under the Eas the rapid transit tunnel tial sections of Brookly journey of about an hd j wucreas two are now re the trip There is still another der of transportatioa JeJ - Tr 1UH W IMWH wmtoww a AY i l t mraii N J WfetTX V I - i i unvttHKJif it ii rwiiiiMW nnmut Hi v tu inxswui n i i wmmw n ifl ff tefWmMlMVwi g ti unflrjsHKiruiimtmuuvtYttiv4 MHHiV9tiMllAAmXUVVM v 11 illl fiSl I EgPjJjjir - grtia fcsM - jipi prmmui vvix jflfflEHBBffisaaBafflgi f JtgB rasrarwa ni i - i i jjfc lU yggsjpHjK9 ftlpSiff1 I rfIJftl 1 ll TTtPff IWf me MWn f -T t AyVi JM v fA lM vc JAWJAt vKNJCKERBOCffER LAMP ARJJB 3VES ALADD1N5 A Behold the wonders that the twentieth century man is working in the metropolis of the New World Chief among them is the wonder of Certainly it is the chief transportation est from the human interest and the dramatic points of view Six tunnels under the Hudson river Two a pair will give one of the coun- Â¬ trys greatest railroads direct entrance to the heart of Manhattan Island The others in pairs will connect with the trolley systems of Jersey City Newark Hoboken and a score or more of Jer Â¬ sey suburban towns thus permitting thousands of commuters to get into New York without having recourse to the ferries that now crowd the North river to the danger limit J And eight tunnels under the East river I Two will permit one to travel underground from the upper tip of Man- Â¬ hattan Island to the residential sections of Brooklyn These tunnels form an ex- Â¬ tension of the subway a wonder that is now a commonplace to the tens of thousands of New Yorkers who crowd into it and anathematize it morning and evening every working day of the year Four of these East river tunnels will let the great railroad ott of New Ycrk and into the New England district by 1 mians of a connecting bridge from Long Island to the citys islands in the Sound and thence to the mainland And the remaining two will be the Manhattan inlet of the united trolley systems of the eastern end of Long Island Six tunnels under the island itself two to connect with the North and East river tunnels of the railroad I Two to connect with the North river trolley tun- Â¬ nels and carry the passengers from the western water front to the uptown shop ping district of Thirty third street And from this pair of tunnels another pair will transfer passengers to a shopping district a mile further down town and somewhat to the east and also connect with the present subway system All these tunnels are actually under way Two are completed four more arc nearly complete and four nearly half bored Then the tunels arc to come in the near future forty five odd miles of them under Manhattan and Brooklyn giving speedy access to every part of these boroughs and the Borough of the Bronx just to the north of Manhattan Island and forming the only part of the greater city which is on mainland These like the subway will b built under municipal direction and after a term of years will revert unconditionally equipment and all to the city Plans for them are now ready and before many months it is expected that the work of building the first of these intcrborough tunnels which will probably be operated in conjunction with the subway1 will be well under way Within the next ten years the tunnels under the island of Manhattan will form a veritable gridiron of electric train pas Â¬ sage ways And there will be at least two layers of tunnels in places For ex Â¬ ample at Thirty fourth street and Fourth avenue the railroad tunnels will run below the subway and some of the rapid transit crosstown tunnels are be ifg planned to be bored many feet be Â¬ neath the subway and the projected tun- Â¬ nels that will have the same general di- Â¬ rection that is run lengthwise of the island A quarter of a billion dollars is the enormous sum that the city expects to spend in consummating its share of the wonder of transportation This includes the fifty million dollars spent for the mbway and the thirty millions for the East river and Brooklyn extensions Bc famed Brooklyn bridge sisters spanning the ing distances to tween thirty and forty million dollars North the Williamsburg will be spent in completing the to the bridge build river and Manhattan Island trolley tun- Â¬ the Brooklyn hasi nels and in building the two skyscraper so now The sus terminals essential to the system one on edge of the financial district the sand tons of mr the the approaches J other in the Thirty third street shopping for the approac center already A like sum is Twenty million dollars has hattan bridge been spent by the railroad in question only a few blc Forty millions more is expected to see lyn bridge anc the improvement through to the last de- Â¬ by the way will rfl tail these millions is included the In type an island givjn cost of the great terminal station to be central piers will take built in the heart of the city It will less be one of the largest terminals in the Thus to complete tbi world for its site thirty city blocks were portation in New Yorkl Â¬ cleared of the hotels retail stores man of four hundred and si ufactories flats apartment houses priv- Â¬ will be spent And in tj ate houses Thousands of persons were the cost of freight yar Â¬ forced to find homes and places of busitrolley records for size apd ness elsewhere in the city The electrification of the tunnels under the East river will call for Long Island and the fifteen millions the city has spent But this is not all of the wonder of Manhattan and Stat en transportation ferry service in the In order to bring its terminal facilities cost of these and thel not only up to date but if possible put a billion dollars them years ahead of the city the railroad Wonderful all we enjoys a monopoly of direct en- Â¬ that now greatest wonder trance into Manhattan is busy spending wonder of transn fifty millions on a mammoth station and of its lines within a be found who for electrification doggedly will fifty miles radius of the metropolis nels inch by inch id The concourse of this station will be time knowing that th the largest business room in the world slime but a few fe dimensions will be seven times those Its matter of inches ab of the present lobby it will be 470 feet to rush in on them aj long 160 feet in width and 150 feet of the great domed here are the men by from floor to peak roof Restaurant and toilet accommo- who bored the great dations are to be increased five hundred der the Alps men under Asia and fold the ticket lobby seven fold the cab capacity twelve fold There will sand hogs of the uJ stand steeled alike agains be two track levels one for expresses the treacherous rlv the other for suburban traffic and hence two waiting rooms one above the other dents that frequent permanent injury The suburban level will be the lower Of course the new station yard will them the bigger si the wonder of be two decked There will be sixty five of tracks on the two levels as them engineers acres kings of financ against twenty three acres in the present tion to carry out the pis yards Everything is being done on a nels under river scale that would have astounded the kings of transportation no more than a everywhere Behold too the decade ago to say nothing of the chaps scraper I who thought they were doing big things The highest ofl a quarter of a century ago world is now the Twenty five millions for the station boasting of thirtyij and a like sum will be spent for the is now under way statfon yard and electrification of the toy tracks for a distance of fifty miles out ing which will above the Park of New York That is a wonder in it Â¬ self and- - the new station will be the old church if way for the latt first railroad station in the world not to life insurance dfe know th coal locomotive unless the railroad that is coming into Manhattan section acaordtagj under the Hudson river cets its new bc a sxory or twa improvements done first Each railroad Conth tiHU w al Â¬ Vi JAU Iitf c VmST1 7 wjM vsBWJswWy i PICTORIAL MAGAZINE AND COMIC SECTION rourTovn moilrt st Dressed surprlslnRly II lw Ill that und at i FADS AND FANCIES o handsome for separate waNt or as part of a costume It has the smart tailored years Price it you the stvlca most popular se i firour Vew Wnti r stylo llKik It nlll hmv In New Vorlc juu nothing Write rur It tit dar With tt we will alio tend free a collec Â¬ tion of mm mcsnf matert llty Itrot orer 4o0 ma rietta tho prrttltst de We lute Â¬ BntinWMr Vou mike el ec fromourStTle Icnti for this tloin burapfi Hook we cut and make the gar nient aaprel au I ami Minna Sciiatt Ckawfokd The wheel of fashion seems to revolve sizes 6 8 io and incessantly and somehow before we cents know it he gives the styles a twirl that sends them back to times and custom vve would rather forget Her latest whim is for trains on street dresses and a return to experiences we shudder to recall Fortunately the short walking suit is still in favor but it is as distinct from the trained street drcs as a ball gown from a tennis costume The walking suit may be ever so elaborate but the day is past when it sufficed for an afternoon costume Long sleeves and short skills arc distinctive for morn- Â¬ ing business or traveling wear Short sleeved bodices and long trained skirts are the hall mark of fashion in costumes for afternoon and dressy wear Hv Â¬ 12 Wonder Works ot the Metropolis Continued from First Look Hore Pgc WShk ov If I Mil -- vW m O-- v Ill a- - y how the pood points of your Jlguro ally to your order so to If you nro Â¬ wkuiWIi ilmm I I I I f Latest New Vork St let Finely wo refund your money Tailored In the with the garment not entire ly ntlriod JO I Wlif tf Ml l Iff Ml l J full varticulara and Ulna kpopuIarlnNewYorlc Itts ircnirs cnosen rrom our 10 niter materials itrates and dticrttesi LJ 93 ea on these ed Htataa whloh pTlaff to you 8000 to S20 S7SO to 823 8350 to 81 S SeSOto82S 8075 to 820 garment to - MM W3 if I I n emenienarti aisoalarceaabneweat material WHITE I Arm by rtturn mail lie lateit atrles and contain- nrrartoftheUnltcdStatea w new in ur nok of - I 2134 Girls coat in blue and green plaid cheviot with dark green velvet collar and cuffs trimmed with shaped straps IANT Watch S325 which start from the box plaited back a avataatslttlf taaSMnat mi wtk and are carried over the box plaits in Baa4NaAaalllat yntrtlfrM mWtTCH AND front These straps are made of straight w O D S37B Dib i material trimmed with braid and lend a w wwiwififriw Mra aisJ M lit I tlulrj tvtUA BTMMIU1 a very elaborate effect secured by simple MTTMt MBakMMff m llB 111 OU IfUlm fM Ulrt er ttt fbala f1 HBU floin mdoti giii to ur III TI1HS methods This model may be developed I niTCII Wtrrtnld to BaliMtiUSUDlllll ytttf Our to advantage in any plain or mixed mattfUkM Mil alta W attft JIBIIk terials as well as in broadcloths velvets a flMll1 W ladl Hm AAdru cbbsi siirajaeist crfiaeo or cheviots The pattern 2134 is cut in Itreeti Nsw York iAKSUITCO tor firaneha Jrnl8lri 1 Â¬ B effect for which fashion so emphatically declares this fall with outward turning plait tucks and inserts of bias material to which the natty tailor strappings give a peculiarly attractive effect Regulation long sleeves with turn over collar and cuffs give the finishing touch to this decidedly handsome waist The pattern No 3140 is cut in sizes 32 34 36 3S 40 and 42 inches bust measure Price 15 cents To obtain these patterns promptly state size and number correctly and en Â¬ close fifteen cents for each pattern de- Â¬ sired Address all communications to Fashion Correspondent Ladies shirtwaist suit in striped Pan Â¬ ama cloth The waist model is very Room 30 390 Broadway Vcw York Childs long coat in dark red serge The triple capes collar and straight cuffs tailor stitched in self color silk and fastened with fancy buttons In tan covert cloth or in white or light colored broadcloth with the collar cuffs and capes trimmed with a fancy braid it woutd be rich enough for any wear The pattern 2135 is cut in sizes 2V 4 and 6 years Price 15 cents As may be imagined it will be neces- Â¬ sary to have more frocks in ones ward- Â¬ robe when so sharp a line is drawn be- Â¬ tween the short and long skirt and lucky the woman who is clever with her needle and to some extent at least in- Â¬ dependent of the dressmaker With the aid of a correctly cut pattern and a good sewing machine it is possible to acquire a very elaborate wardrobe without any This is extravagant outlay of money particularly true in the matter of chi- Â¬ ldrens clothing Either of the two pretty coats presented in this issue of the paper can be produced at home for less than half the cost of such handsome garments in the shops m III a tt lvuv si ii 11 i Ik yi tor tho rworid today LAWSON bca onnnrtunltv PPER IS Says nothing hut patfi million of dollara Into A tnalftainated and other Copper Mocks JOHN D ROCKEFELLER Lawaon we hare verified your fconclusloni ai to the value of Uopper stocks aa an Invrttment Says H H ROGERS Does not talk hut draw 0OTOrxXnycrIndlv1dcuda from one Copper mice the Pnlted vi rdu SENATOR CLARK re greatest financiers have seen the possibilities of Copper they are pouring their millions into Copper stocks they are ieir aonars mountain mgn wltn dividends irom Copper stocks gold mines no longer interest tnem tne cry is uopperl ie Safestthe Most Profitable the Most Permanent Investment in the World Today Copper is a Profitable Investment One copper mine that cost 1200000 paid in one year ten million dollars in dividends while four of the largest Western trunk line railroads with 17000 miles of track paid only 9750000 dividends Thirty two of thea leading Copper mines in this country on a paid in capital of 02oooooo have paid over 230000000 in dividends while no railroad in the United States lias ever paid back its original cost The Steel Trust with a capitalization of 1400 000000 earned only 74000000 profit last year Of the seven largest dividend paying mines in the United States to day six are Copper mines No wonder the shrewd investors are hunting for good Copper stocks I and n their crude wav mined anil ctnelted It To day this territory is dotted here and there with working mines which produce millions upon millions of dollars wortli of Copper and in many places prospecting has revealed many more veins which are still undeveloped At tome points the ore crops out at the roots of grass widening out as it goes downward the The mountains and valleys of this district are underlaid with such a wealth of copper ore as exists nowhere else in the world OUK 1JIG ADVANTAGES OVIIl OTIIKR OREAT GOITKK MINKS All the large Copper mines thatwe have quoted had to expend from one to four million dollars in smelting plants There are THREE large independent smelters within hauling distance of our property obviating all necessity on our part of this Therefore tremendous outlay of money all we need to do is to concentrate our ore an inexpensive process haul the con centrates to the smelter and there re ceive our money This puts us practically in the same position that these other large Copper mines attained oniy after the ex penditure of millions Safe Investment jre extending every year The Copper is a Permanent Investment No man can tell how long a good Copper mine will last because no man has ever seen one exhausted The Rio Tinto mines in Spain have been worked for over two thousand years and last year they were the third largest producer in the world The Mansfield mines in Germany have been worked for seven hun Â¬ ithe supply All the present Ihe world cannot supply the Ke All scientists agree that brn the uses of electricity nil the demands for Cop- cadily going up In the Bom lie to ioc a pound A good Copper mine of stored up dividends Itroycd by lire Hood or rf ir MINE OF TO DAY per dred years and last year they were the sixth largest producer Copper was discovered in this country in 1845 and in the Lake Superior district the levels are a mile below the lake yet last year they produced more copper than ever before in their history The famous Anaconda mine is steadily increasing its production The United Verde in Arizona is turning out more and more Copper every year No real Copper mine in this country has yet been exhausted Stocks Offers the Safety of a Government Bond with the Speculative Element of a Gold Mine our intention is to erect n concentrator of 1000 tons capacity Such a plant would produce a 20000 a yearly profit d iily profit of over of over 75000001 This will give you dividends on your stock ol 7WJ per cent on your investment Think of it 7S times your money bade Does this startle you Our in each year neighbor Senator Clark ij clearing over 20 000000 each year working 40 acres 24 miles away right on the same range Dividend paying Copper mining stock sells on the market at about ten times the amount it piys in yearly dividends This stock there fore on the above estimate which you can get to day at ONLY IB CENTS A SHARE should sell on the market at about S760 a share at 76 times what you can buy it for Â¬ We have S30 acres with Copper ore Btlcklns put on m try claim and a 10 foot naaft liua been sunk on Copper loiea on each claim JtHOMt 0All A fQUNITIO VtnM Ml Copper thl hows the presence of an enormous depult III iljort beyond the posslul Ity of Uoult there la Copper ore on the Com pany a land aufflcluit tj keep an enormoui plant running tor renerutlona to come We do notbelleothenitianyiieh shoKlucof Cop CO MC peraa thla nrorwrtr Burt thu Hiatrtr httitt 1 a i nnuuo ein e on the American continent 1U0 Kret tnltPll VvrAl llmtHnan Gnlrp Clark la some l mllei North us and In the aame ranees Its main wnrklnLiof conilut of only 111 acres It did not becln to hate the surface showing our property has and It la turnlau ailtMAMTtVMhl 0 OCOllAQVtttfMitt1 out o er wJUUgu a j ear More than that Copper Creek tho ereateit QiwiAinorfioiii unfailing water supply In runs rTplJlT imC through our nrorertv for the districtbhiI aa fret Q r rtiKm iriTfh water Is absolutely esBcntlal lt value cannot On mi mni Q rnmtirttrtt bo estimated wJ9ffer oa B Rround floor propoiltlon 1IHIH0CO lto the ore actually eiposedve can runn concentrator of jO tons capacity as quickly 01ut rMl 0 as It can be erected for an Indefinite period kuMIT tt irta i Unless eTery ceoloirtcal slsn two rocKivn temacr Q years with ample capital wc falls withinmin- Â¬ should be ing ore enough to snpply a 5oW ton concen Â¬ trator for generations We hare had asrays from four ledges with the following results of these t AMVOH of puro copper i it 4 10 per cent 17 7 IK per cent IniNi Q cotDAaoMiNa JJi 10 per cent 30IB 10 per cent incsc seiectea samnirt nnri ikaiiiiI CUIlKIl iii frank Io were that iiiia i IIEAT v aav i no such ore T workings of copper mines deep On the nron Bpper Creek Mining crtv adioinmir however on a vein which is ocated in avapai traceable in ours at a Anu nt m west of Prcscott and was taken out which cannot be distinguished yicuioi 1 WxI 0 a holders The Crown iucer just West has nousands ot Hollars lavs irood dividends lih and West of our unlimited value dnMarer located tnut VfiSifif1 in LnitCi1 to day 79 IS Invested now would be worth S IJO 15 Invested now would le worth 400U Invested now would be worth 13UO W0 Invested now would be worth SUuo SO Invested now would be worth C0Mi iXO Invested nowwould to worth Read history Do these figures startle you 100 Invested in Greene Consolidated in 1901 Â¬ is now worth S700 100 Invested in United Verde in 1S57 is now worth 30000 Remember this company owns all of Its 100 invested in Wolverine in 1693 is now property free and clear it does not owe a worth 5000 and Pittsburg in cent 100 invested in Calumet The stock is non assessable and full paid 1903 is now worth 5000 There is no preferred stock or bonds 100 Invested in Calumet and Arizona in 1903 All stock shares alike Is now worth 10000 No salaried officers until dividends are paid ARIZONA LEAPS TIIK WCKLD III COWER thC Ln CopPfr mne wWeh uni B blOCKB nU The Officers and Board of Directors of nrr riflt In Xcrdc Beyond a doubt Arirona has underneath her t the ore of the worlds greatest producers the Consolidated Copper Creek Mining of Copper than soil larger richer business men which the famous naconda rrndiicins orj which any other section cfdeposits the world The ancient Co are all thorough deal Their rugged guarantees square averages only a little over 3 per cent Spaniards and the Indians were known to honesty stands iu a sura protection to nrce nunarcaJs aatiy ol B per cent ore mine the metal while there is evidence that your interests ill produce tC12000 per day net profit but prehistoric races knew how to utiliio Copper ft n nmiieii lu11 ami llnntieo the district 1ar valuonfthls utock In 1 OO a aliaro and we bellevn that within ono year It still ho is but 20 miles amount ftreuHiiryatorkntlBcaahare omthat point when worth a dollar imlinr tin tlmnmrknta of the wurlill nor will it atop there A good Copporatock wlUriao arid rise tilt tho owner he nlon of a oood wazon comedlrzy tlioreanoma hnrdlvanv limit to Its valuation Aiurnhaftio down thla stock ivillKUUjilll value Wo therefore re uuy aiocic now nuu thua hiuih inn benefit of thn lumn output ono receive aervti uni riRin n nuvnnen tlio price wlthonl notice Ji you are w ndvunco in price ai T Price of Stock Now 5c a 1 SharePar Value I tlioanlo of cuiiimltteo of the Consolidated Cniior Creek Stlnluc Company Imstanthorized Mon kto MORELAND tbe vSSarveyor avCooptr of Oustons Crk 306 Wining Co HtiltJrMallHai 144 SO ti 4S h03J 550 4 H A 16 6 1906 1771 65 i 2 6b 11 jfoz Jti Hum pirn Fnt Aaanyer on Selected perty of Consolidated Copper Sllnlne Company -- We have need Breat property but monev to devefoD it it a larmer owned a quarter section of land and had only a spsde to cultivate it with it would take yeara ot toll tor him to get money enough to buy orooer machinery to work it to advantage So Is with a mine II we went to a capiatllst 100 shares will cost you 81D0 down month for 0 month c value on 1000 ton production 75000 LeiiVtdhmeaAimrica0pneophaw1ll ne 300 Hhares will cost you l50 down and VJiEO per month for J to come in with us and help us to make months estimated vnlua on 1000 ton production 225000 this property the greatest Copper mine on w COO Hbares will cost you JJOOO down and 900 per month for 0 Ll1cnynn fnV XmJ months on 1000 ton production 1HX00 S0O0 per month for 0 and share alike 2000 shares will cost you 3000 down and In this great enterprise With YOUR aid we should make a second months estimated valuo on 1000 ton production 1500000 X 4000 shares will 80000 down and SOOOO per month for 0 lLiT compIiedThediywIll0 cc me hen you months etlmateS value on 1000 ton production 3000000 12000 down nnd rA00 per month per 0 will be proud to be a stockholder In the Con- 8000 chares will cost you Â¬ take have planned for improvements sometime to complete and install Therefore the monejr will not be needed all at once and the Directors realising that t will be ad vantageous to investors and to the company to sell stock on an easy payment plan have decided to accept subscriptions 10 per cent down and the balance in nine monthly payments OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN We and machinery which will WHY WE SELL STOCK LTOlf TiIb tlmSi mnToVa IVa months estimated value on 1UUU ton prouueuon ouisjuj solidated Copper Fiptions are coming in the present allotment will not last long The price will then Ihould be rapid and permanent No order will be received for lessthan ioo shares desire to discontinue payments on your stocK tne company will issue a ccriincaic BtM rttlrt Irthcr information fill out the coupon opposite and we will gladly furnish you with Icrtificates samples of ore etc as Or Better Teleeraph Ordering Number of Shares You Desire I Oonaoldatrd Copper Creek Mining- - Co Bhukert UiUlldlnK JtANSAb UliV MO Dear Sir llessa send me full particulars concerning the Consolt dated Copper Creek Mining Co Including Aasay Ccrtlllcates Samples of Ore cic OPT OPT THIS COUPON ANI W DUMM Flnnnolnl ABont Creek Mining Company MAIL TOIlAY a NAMK ADDKKS8 all Communications nnd make nil Itemlttaiicea Inyahlo to I Financial Agent Consolidated Copper Creek Mining Co 281 Shukert Bulldlna KANSA8 CITY MO I 8V the encircling blue than the roof of the Singer building And it is said that one of the widest known proprietors of the merican newspaper world just as soon as these two buildings have been com- Â¬ pleted far enough to make a change in their plans out of the question will com mence building a home for his various metropolitan publications that will give him free world wide advertising as owner of the worlds tallest office building It was only eighteen years ago last June that there was erected in New Yorl the building that made the sky scraper a certainty It was the first buildi g to have a skeleton frame in this case it was not steel as nowadays but cast iron I low puny it looks to Â¬ day surrounded by its mighty children crowding one another on both sides o lower Broadway But it will not be looked upon much longer by its proud and lofty offspring It is to go the way of all things earthy and on its site is TTaTbillrYiitJI to rise a building that will be a modern Your father had it pretty hard In his day There vra no way for him to get tower in truth as well as in name For With the opportunity offered young the special triining essential to promotion original skyscraper a mere ten stor-Â¬ this men of to day by tho INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS ies in height has borne the name of Its easy for you If you dont get a high position and a good salary Its your own salt Tower building all these years When To day I C S students are hold Â¬ gaping hundreds came to lower Broad- Â¬ ing the most highly paid positions all STUDY This Coupon way to see it constructed and completed over the country as manufacturers it was a tower of commerce indeed superintendents foremen overseers Inlarnational Correspondence Schools and expcits Hundreds of skyscrapers have been Uox lOllSCRANTONPA What the I C S has dona for erected in Manhattan since that day in Pleas explain without further obligation on them it will do for you It will give my part how I can qualify for a larger Hilary in the two aiid a half years beginning with the position btfore which I have marked X you the right start train you to ad- Â¬ vance In your present line or help you JUckLceper January iooj one hundred and eleven nttSu Urituni Steavg rapfeer Telephone Knicr to change to an occupation that suits J6TrUf Ntst ffrlur buildings each over ten stories in height KlrrXlihllnRfiiiii Bkw Card Writer your Inclination Mecfeao Engineer Window Trimmer Harreyor were put up Anything over ten stories CemmnUt Law fr Stitltfairj Eatlortr Mark the coupon as directed and RUrlM riblM Clrll EnxUeer is known as a skyscraper to the builder mail it to day The I C S will ad- Â¬ lllurtrator Ilulldc Contractor IrtklUpl Prirtimia Civil fori loa vise you freely how to qualify for an under the old method of construction a Chemist Architect advance This advice will cost you Btraetsrtl Koglar Taitlle Mm Bnpt building ten stories in height could be Klectrltlaa Iltldfii Cnvtnccr nothing but a stamp and put you EIm Fstaer Alining Fnatneer erected but no more hence the differ- Â¬ If you are open J under no obligation conviction if you are ready to grasp entiation at this point By far the vast to I s the hand held out to you do not be n ri majority of these commercial towers I fcj deterred by fear that you cannot succeed 1 I QtmtandNo have been erected in the lower business I II You Really Want More Salary districts Now lower Broadway is prac- Â¬ SAY SO QVlClCl tically a lane between two gigantic un- Â¬ broken walls of scrapers Many cross streets to the east of Broadway arc like- Â¬ from all parts of the globe to New York unscrupulous builders to live up to tl wise so lined skyscrapers are being put every jear to live And this is the won- Â¬ requirements of the law So that t 0 up in ever increasing numbers on the der of the philosopher For when he has day is surely coming when the old E t cross streets west of Broadway Real considered all the pros and cons he can- Â¬ Side of dark and nauseating and tist estate dealers and the heads of sky- Â¬ not for the life of him understand why breeding tenements will have passed scraper construction companies declare apparently sane minded persons will de Â¬ away giving place to an East Side un- Â¬ that the day is not far distant when all sert the straight and unbroken path and doubtedly far more crowded but wiih that portion of the city which is known the comfortable individual house of the light shafts at east thirteen and a half as downtown will be given over ex- Â¬ simple life for the torturous and garish feet apart and with not a room so dark clusively to skyscrapers barring of path and the box of a cliff- Â¬ even on the darkest day that only articourse spots here and there where light like home of metropolitan existence ficial light can brighten it rights have been bought from adjoining Behold indeed the wonders that are There arc wonder works ad infinitum property owners thereby keeping small There is the wonder of civic bcautifica being worked some swiftly some slowI buildings on certain plots This method tion The And in the light of last link is being put in the in the metropolis of securing light to a skyscraper is so splendid driveway them who is there foolhardy enough to that will stretch along expensive that it is not frequently the eastern shore of the Hudson from prophesy what New York of the middle adopted the city will thus be given over Seventy second street to the upper end of the century is going to be to skyscrapers from the Battery to City of Washington Heights at Two Hun Â¬ Hall a distance of miles and in dredth street in a straight line a matter time even for blocks beyond say the of six and one half miles A new Belle authorities on skyscrapers vue to take the place of the famous but I WI1X SEND YOT7 A You have heard of New Yorks China- Â¬ now antedated hospital buildings and to TKTAI TItEATMKNT regular practicing physician I havo town probably the wickedest section in cost seven millions is under way New I am o uiscoverca a scnaiuie nnrmicja treatment IHFFKKKNTfrom the metropolis Plans are now on foot school houses spring up by the tens every ALL OTIIKItS that will reduce your weight 3 to C pounds every to raze the entire network of human year and millions are spent for them week without nauseating drugs or tight bandage No starvation traps and turn their sites into a park and their sites In 1902 eight millions no exercise or ehango of hablu Leaves no flabbincas required Is not that a wonder in itself and espe- Â¬ were so spent and this year the sum but branttrieaakln and form Send for my private sealed Information cially when one considers how cramped total will not be less Up on Morning and booklet to day It la FREU HENRY C BRADFORD Al D the city is for space for buildings side Heights is being erected a cathedral 000 Bradford Dldr SO East S3 St Jicxr Yorl When the writer came to New York that will vie in dimensions and grandeur four years ago he saw block after block with any in the old world It will be in his walks on Washington Heights that the only real cathedral in the United CURES GOITRK TO BTAT CUBED had no buildings other than squatters States its cost will range somewhere It makes no dlSerenee bow long you have had a thlrlc neclc or how many remedies you have tried Halls huts on them Now they are being rap- Â¬ around seventy five millions and a great Ointment wilt quickly remove the Goitre without causing any pain or soreness idly covered with substantial brick and wonder in this day of hurry its builders Trice to cents per package postpaid Manufactured and Guaranteed by stone buildings six and more stories in do not expect it to be completed for two height Some blocks are already built or three or more generations up Over in that portion of the Borough Mansfield Ohio From the heart of the Catskills of the Bronx where the elevated exten- Â¬ peopled by the quaint little Dutchmen of sion of the subway runs a similar de- Â¬ Washington livings fancy the city is Brook AppUaoe FOR Hw velopment is taking place What were going to draw an additional water sup- Â¬ Oltcovery wonderful aTo oonouona snnng or pao AotomaUs Air Onahlnna farms and old country homesteads yes- Â¬ ply at a cost to exceed a hundred mil- Â¬ Dlndi and draws the brokan terday are now solid blocks of buildings lion dollars To get to the streams that parts teasthsrg vou areuld a broken limb No And on all sides the frenzy of rearing are to be tapped the mountains will be wqirmpnoi MOlia lalre l Irur able cheap FaL8eptlt til brick and stone walls goes on unabated tunneled The water will be brought un- Â¬ SENT ON TRIAL OATALOQUE FREE I All this is the wonder of the flat It der the Hudson and then down to the C E BR00KSIO28 BrtOs BI4H HAXaTUUiaOH is the result of earnest endeavor to fur- Â¬ city by an aqueduct that will be one of Gold Watch nish accommodations for the quarter of the longest and costliest that the world AND RING fv TJB a million and more persons who hurry has ever seen liarfwSmual Wtaa alia t 4UfUj mpmi Sail Bald tttUd Caaa Hl U prunav allien Bolls Ull Vlll4 And down on the Hast Side where Katth rutty vimated H Imp aant Una AIM a 8114 Ballad Ball Slat Ml atik a human beings are packed together closer nr CllM lln iMJUlof alii U Sirr ariUUay Flow to get Frco this beau a to Uia4 ara tlMa alMlatelr fraa ta than elsewhere on this earth the wonder ra mi btb m uin tiful stamped Phi Cushion huJjm U1r 10 iuM h CM an Ll lien lu Shadow Kmbrold aua 6f sanitation is being firmly established flaw U - nn mu f a a aalBtIf Mas naa HiMMiipnina ery design Thi3 is being done under the Tenement hum mi u Lit utiKi no cniiiAUU House Law whose provisions Insure TELEGRAPHY sanitary homes to all dwellers in New UOOKKEEPING OR SHORTHAND York And the city authorities are mak- Â¬ ing light the darkest of notorious rook- Â¬ DY MAIL AT YOUR O WNHOME Anyone eajlly f weeks W aro eries condemning and closing others finable to can learn ttdemand In a tolegmpn operator supply th for irokkeeranandftMiograpliers IT ekare far tallies Ustrastloaa fo OIVBN until robruary 1 IM7 the law forcing SUUi paeitUa ta Mxrmred Wrtta today for particulars and under threat of worsiat h I vr Millrelarer seadlsf lOo for oar Michigan Bcgnrau iNBTrrrjTi Hff KMUUOlDEUr BOOK for 1907 SSI JUUtliat BfJldtag SsOamoMMlalss Now Ready Published Juit Lessons This announces UiatourneWKmhroldery RELIEF FOR ASTHMA CATARRH with Colored Studies for 130T ta now ready lust oil the prase Orer 170 pagesi over 2U1 of beautiful AND HAY FEVER SUFFERERS Illustration CompletelnstructloM Dlsgrauia for beitnners 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been to meet fully tho most recent and exacting requirements 8vo Cloth Price SI 00 Foet psUd CHAPTER XIV The news Mackworth received from It contains mnch In little In the schoolroom or In tho household or near at hand to the student Its the Parisian police that Marco Mczza Is Its best feature for one has the had returned to the French capital at assurance that Its spelling and definitions are sehoU the end of July and had quitted it again arly and up to date Boatoa Time on the day succeeding that on which David Dumbarton had departed for England came as a surprise to the in- Â¬ spector For in the first place it AMdatd from thtFuntts Wagnalit Standard IHtflonaiy proved that Plctros statement regard- Â¬ Is the latest edition of the fsaaoatt Standard This ing Mezzas movements was true and Dictionary series It contains the orthography pro in the second it formed an unexpected nunciation and meaning of about SayXN words There are 600 Illustrations link in the association of this man with ilOmoCIotli 482 pp Price J0 Ca ab the tragedy of the Hexton road Head for Circular No longer did the slightest doubt re Â¬ THE STANDARD DIOTIONARY 60Kf ANY main in Mackworths mind regarding N I unioa qwraiww itti the perpetrator of this crime for which monthv an innocent woman yet stood accused Mack- Â¬ But how did you hear this Mczza had taken his revenge and ful- Â¬ worth inquired repressing the fact that PtlKat SAMPLE OF 10000 filled his threat at the risk of his own he was already aware of this news Only last night at the restaurant Only this that no matter what hap Â¬ life But to establish as an undoubted fact where the Italians meet in Hammer- Â¬ pens I shall loyo you all the same smith Lorenzo Bartolini told me Always ne same she said dreamily TH OUtATOUrtBrWI What AlwajJ- And when the time comes That he had seen Marco one night that I cLn support irfyself then My Mild Combination Treatment Is nerd by tha em Majr Wtrrmr Look she exclaimed interrupting patient at homo Years of lucceii Hundreds of testiit was in September and Marco Tilee Is aa fcerel iratoset ofJyyM does him t re is mother monials Endorsed by nhplclansmlnliters etc Tho would have passed him in the street fiaals Fowders Different jfroM all Sawkes growth and application saw Quinn raising but Lorenzo jfi lee aHMte esase of the dfaease walek Hes m Dumbarton standing hion eyes balconyOliveÂ¬ localconstitutional destroys the Cancerous the disease without speakingand knew himwho is treatment eliminates out tha the a Neapolitan well the blood aad Barroaa arsteaa restart tfte merit ranee from the system preventing Its return Write for Free stopped to to a normal eeamtos Ifterebf peraaasatrj cortasi ta side the drawing room window and asked him when he had No tnstter how serious nook Cancer and Its Cure Arrelaastobymatlwfll be seat to aaf rasrer Hard which Veronica was then running your easo no matter how many operations you have come to London Mezza said he had writing to Come down mother come down and had no matter what treatment you have tried do see the sunset the girl cried out THB TOXICO LABORATORY not give up hope hut write at once DIt O A JOHN Mrs Wlnslowa Soothing Syrup for Chil Â¬ NKW YORK Is it not cold dear BON Suite S29 1333 Q rand Ate Kansas Clt Mo dren Teething rests the child and comforts the mother ISflO BROADWAY THE BEST DICTIONARY SIZE PUBLISHED Or ITS Standard Dictionary The Concise Â¬ CHAPTER XIII On a bright bracing afternoon in Oc- Â¬ tober Veronica was walking backward and forward upon the grass Unwilling to leave her mother in her present condition for even an hour and sensitively shrinking from the observation she imagined herself likely to attract out of doors she had since the night of the tragedy refused to venture beyond the precincts of the house It was in lhc garden she therefore took the exer- Â¬ cise her mother considered necessary to her girl3 health and it frequently hap- Â¬ pened that on such occasions she was not alone for from the back windows of the neighboring house it was pos- Â¬ sible for Quinto Quave to catch sight of her black robed figure moving over the grass or under the trees and to join her was no difficult task for one who for years had enjoyed the uncere- Â¬ monious entree to her mothers house On this occasion he was walking be Â¬ side her a cricket cap on the back of his head ttis hands thrust into the pock- Â¬ ets of his tweed jacket brown shoes upon his feet I wanted mother to come out here in the fresh bracing air but she thought I it too cold Veronica was saying dont know what we should do if we hadnt this dear old quiet garden I think it the jollicst garden in the world Ours is nothing to compare to this Quinton replied looking into her pale face long like her mothers and with something of the same wistful ex- Â¬ pression in her ay eyes she aicd Whv Oh I dont know perhaps it is be- Â¬ cause I remember it so long he an- Â¬ swered illogically But you must remember your own garden much longer Of course but it has never been so pleasant ns this What fun we used to have here when I was a boy and jou were a mere child Well you were only in jackets and big linen collars and on Sundays a tall hat that used to make me laugh when I saw you going to church And you had dolls and a skipping rope You used to skip too she said laughing at the comical picture he prc- scntcu lu iicr minus her laughter Do you remember the day I fell from that tree when I was getting the ap- Â¬ Quinton ples from the top bough asked And I burst out crying because I thought you wero killed You liked me then he said shyly You must remember I was only a mere child she answered smilingly But you are not a mere child now Veronica and and Dont dont she said in a low agi tated voice Then I used to dream of doing the most daring things in the world for your sake I used to wish you were drowning that I might save you or that you were being run away with by a wild horse that I might rush out and clutch at his bridle with a wrist of steel or that your house was burning that I might climb into a window and carry you out fainting in my arms That was because you read boys penny dreadful stories she replied her eyes looking away from his Maybe the form of serving was sug Â¬ gested by them but the same desire is there still you know I would do any- Â¬ thing for you Perhaps you have done much al- Â¬ ready it was yon who saw that man the foreigner on that dreadful night and you wero the first to tell the in- Â¬ spector she said shudderingly Yon dnrt know how proud how happy it would make me if I could help in tracking the scoundrel I think I do she remarked timidly Veronica he began in an impress Â¬ ive tone do Vu erer think of me I sec you so often how can I help thinking of you she replied with femi- Â¬ nine evasiveness But you know what I mean he said his dark eyes fixed on her with an earnestness felt rather than per- Â¬ Do yoa think of me when you ceived dont see me SnmitimMM the lad continued the And and emotion he felt almost choking him do you care for me You asko many questions Answer this one and What matter Ill ask no more at present Yes she replied touched by Jus earnestness I care for you very much You dol lie cried out as if this admission caused him the greatest sur- Â¬ prise for by that strange contradiction which governs all true lovers he would depreciate himself in his own eyes in proportion to the force with which he loved her You really care for me Who Dont say any more Qtrfnton she leaded a happy confusion visible in her Â¬ No it is a perfectly lovely after- Â¬ noon you will enjoy it come Olive Dumbarton looked at the young flushed face before her and some mem Â¬ ory of her own bright youth came back to her across the darkened years Throwing a lace veil around her head she descended the steps leading to the garden Quinton with an air of confusion ad- Â¬ vanced to meet her but Veronica would not give him time to speak nor allow her mother to talk to him She felt the need of expressing her emotion Look at the sunset isnt it glorious this afternoon the girl said quickly If jou come here you will see the branches of this tree spread like a net- Â¬ work across the red sky Isnt it beau- Â¬ tiful And have you noticed that tiny streak of gold just touching the green down low The three stood and gazed in silence for sonic seconds Then Veronica spoke again but in a softer slower voice in whose under- Â¬ tones tenderness lay I think this world might be a beau- Â¬ tiful and hippy place if She broke off suddenly sighed and slipping one arm within her mothers drew close to her side If there was no trouble suggested Olive Dumbarton Your trouble I hope will soon be over Quinton said God grant it Olive Dumbarton an- Â¬ swered Hearing footsteps they turned and saw Valerius coming from the house and approaching them His face was pale and the careworn look it had as Â¬ sumed since his return was accentuated by the anxious eager expression in his large blue eyes You have something to tell mc she replied glancing at him I have About she said tremulously Yes I have just seen Mackworth who for the past few days has been in communication with the Parisian po- Â¬ Cloth by the yard ent to mean u ro or the Qnltliod garment TEST BAIN ClOTH CO IS SIS StrMt RT fall m fi If ifc lfi what was now in the eves of the law but a feasible surmise became the in- Â¬ spectors duty and his first step in this direction was his endeavor to discover Me77a In this the Parisian police were unable to afford Mackworth any help If the scoundrel had returned to Pans he had not gone back to his old quar- Â¬ ters had not given his own name at the house where he stayed and had not been seen in his former haunts The inspectors fear was that the man had made his way quietly and unobscrvcdly to Italy or Sicily where hiding among the people of some unknown hamlet in the mountains he might spend the remainder of his days in perfect security This supposition did not prevent Mackworth from using all his energies in his search for Mczza and already the police all over the continent were looking for the man whose personal description had been forwarded to thein while at the same time inquiries were being made regarding him by the Lon- Â¬ don police It happened one bracing blustery Oc- Â¬ tober morning that Mackworth having just left his house with the intention of feeing what results had attended these investigations noticed a mans figure ad vancing up the street and pausing now and then to examine the numbers of the houses he passed In this figure Mackworth almost immediately recog- Â¬ nized Pictro the collar of whose over- Â¬ coat was turned up around his neck a woolen muffler covering his mouth a widc brimmed soft hat shadowing his features Catching sih of Mackworth the model hastens oward him saying Ah it is you signor lice Have you been looking for me Well said Veronica impatiently They have been able to assure him Yes I came by the train under- Â¬ that the foreigner Mczza left Paris for ground to Kings Cross and then I find London the day after your husband ar- Â¬ your street but its so long and the rived here houses they arc all alike Â¬ -- vt jvo whose expectations were thoroughly roused He say nothing more Lorenzo he thought him drunk for Mczza would say little he did not wish to talk and Lorenzo let him go But Mackworth asked anxiously didnt he asked Mczza where he was staying No but Lorenzo saw him leave a house in CIcrkcnwcll a lodping house kept by an Italian woman Maria Uo selli in Summers street Mackworth made a hasty note of the address He was staying there Lorenzo lid not know replied Pic- Â¬ tro shruggimr Iis shoulder When did he meet him again He sec him no more Or heard of him No Lorenzo he thinks Marco must have gone away again lie would go and ask for him at the house but Mc za You sec signor he was not frieiilly he did not come to Hammcrstuth because he would meet me I ask him in my letter for the money he owe mr he make no answer and he did not tome near me I will see your friend Whats his name Lorenzo Bartolini Where is he to be found He makes statues in a shop in TJigs Cross road I dont know the number but you will easily find it signor I am glad you arc here the air will serve you he said addressing his cousin A quarter of an hour later and Mack Â¬ worth had found the shop in the Kins Cross road entering which he asked for Lorenzo Bartolini when a low sized thick set man in his shirtsleeves and with his face hands and head all cov- Â¬ ered with white powder came from the workshop at the back to see him Lorenzo whose black round eyes as- Â¬ sumed a startled expression when hi visitors calling was made known to him appeared willing to give whatever in- Â¬ formation he could but that was little in itself and conveyed nothing more than what Pietro had already stated This man had never known Mezza intimately but had seen him a few times when he had stayed with Pietro in Hammersmith and had fallen into that friendly intercourse which foreigners in a strange land quickly form He had therefore been surprised when Marco would have passed him without speak in and thinking it was accidental Lo- Â¬ renzo had stopped him But that Mezza had wished to hold no conversation with his acquaintance soon became plain to the latter who accord- Â¬ ingly went his way without learning much of the man he had encountered The chief impression Lorenzo carried away from this meeting was that Mezza was druck You arc sure of that said Mackworth Well he couldnt speak plain enough It was not that but his manner it was confused Could that have been because he had met a countryman whom he wished to avoid But we had never quarreled He may not wish to have been seen Â¬ Â¬ iOe 1Q 50 You can get Mnrfprn Dnnhlp If it isnt as fjood as It looKs yoa get fcacK yottr Tnii excellent double b rrrl gun I as genuine imported London twiit barrels hxtrntion the bt 1 loinunz ever put on a double barrel eunl rib a fealute 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