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TUB? MARION DAliiY MUiROH, TUESDAY, JAN 1
1 I Illll
COI.VMUUS. TOMiDO, ATHENS,
AND Ni:V YOHK.
UNION STATION TIMU CARD.
No. 31 7:00 am
No. 33 10:25 nra
No. 35 1:20 1m
No. 3t .! 10:50 nm
23 u:iu nm
no C:C0 ara
r.a 7:20 am
No. 3(3 :1& Pm
No. 38 ntnrts from Marlon.
No. 33 slops at Marlon.
No. 39 will Icavo Columbus C pm
Effective SunjliK, December 10,1905.
C. U SillQ ISN'T, Agent.
ERIE Rftl Lmm
No. 10, Chautnuqun Ex ....12:20 am
No. 8, New York Ex 5:32 nm
No. 4, Vcatlbulo Limited.. 0:33 pm
No. 1C, Accommodation.... 12: 10 pm
No. 32 arrives 10:00 am
C. & E. DIVISION.
No. 9, Chicago Express ....12:20 am
No. 3, .istlbuled Limited.. 10:31 nm
No. 21 7:00 nm
No. 13 3:30 pm
No. 7, I'acinc Express ....11:10 pin
SOUTH AND CINCINNATI,
No. 9, Cincinnati Express.. ':00 am
No. 3, Vestibulcd Limited.. 10:39 nm
No. 13 3:30 pm
No. 57, Monday only 4:00 pm
Dally, s Dally except Sunday.
"Dally except Monday.
13 daily accommodation 9:50 a.m.,
between Kent and Marlon.
h. E. Nebcrgall, Ticket Aijeiit.
C. L. Euo9, Trav. Pass. Agent.
I'bonos. Home 210. Bell 177.
New York Central Lines
eii wi jm i 'MtigMma
No. 15 5:55 am
No. 19 9:52 nm
No. 29 2:00 pm
No. 5 4:10)pm
No. 43 . 7:30 11-1
Local !. ...11:45 air
No. StS 10:18 nm
No. 4G ..... 12:17 pm
No. 10 5:27 pm
No. 1G 7:25 pm
If". 20 t 11:11 pm
ivocal 2:20 pin
All trains dally except locals nuil
Noa. . mid 10.
Effect Juno 28, 190G.
llouieseokors excursions to Hie West,
Soutb and Southwest. Dates or
sale, first and tbird Tuesday
lit each month
Only 2 cents per mllo betwecu nil
stations on Erie It. 11. In Ohio.
Tickets on snlo daily.
Vor further particulars apply to
EWE- Ticket Agent, or write to
., ' O. Ij. Enos, Traveling l'as
cngor Agent, Marlon, Ohio.
I CAN SELL
Your Real Estate or Business
No Matter Wlioro Locntod.
Properties and CuHincas of all klnda
old quickly for cash in all parts
of the United States. Don't watt.
Write today describing wbat you have
to soil and glvo cash prlco on same.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
ny kind ot Busfiiesa or Ileal Estate
nywhero a,t any price write me your
requirements. I can save you time
. and money.
1UVI1I V. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avanuo
; TOPKKA, KANSAS.
We move and store
your goods and do
J all kinds of transfer
i work. Phone 155.
PEOPLES TRANSFER CO
T . , :
- DR.W. H. hinklin:
I; M-J-ICE West Center Utrevt.
GfflM hourn Si30 to I0i30 1, m. nd li3
Hell Phone 330 K. CitizouB Phon'
iH Mil trolly. Muw4r4.
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Purchases Three Local Stone
A MILLION DOLLAR DEAL
Closed Tuesday in the Local
Norn's and Christian, Central Ohio
Lime and Stone and John Owens
Companies to Change Hands
The Ohio and Wclcrn Mine com
pany, of lltintingtun, lnil., through
itH teiueseiitntlves nun made all ar
rangements for the purchase of three
of the big lime nntl clone companion
or .Marlon county, the Norm unci
Christian company, the Central Ohio
Mine and Stone Company and the
John D. Owens and Son quarries.
While the sale has practically been
made, the Jlmil details will not be
worked out befoio fbe latter part of
tbo week. The .tohu Evans Mine
nuil t(no company, tinothcr of .Ma
rlon's nlir Industries) lias refused to
sell ami will remain Independent.
Tlic deal, which lias been under
way for several weeks, was made
public Tuesday by President GeorKO
II. Christian Si. of the NoiiIh and
Christian company. The new com.
pnuy la incorporated with a capital
stock or 1.."00,000 and already opcr.
ntes n number or stone ;iud llmo in
dustries In Northern Ohio nud Indl
nua. Accoriliiif; to the terms of the pur.
chase the company will nl-o ncqttlre
mid operate the Micky llydrated
Llmo company or Lucky. Ohio, which
Is owned and opeiated by the Norrls
and Christian company, or this city.
Although Mr. Christian would Rive
no II Kit rex when Interviewed, lie stat.
ed that the terms of the purchase
were very satisfactory to the stock
holders of the purchased companies.
It Is the purpose of the new com
pany to greatly enlarge the local
plants mid operate them on a larger
-etilo. The new company Is not a
trust, because the actual money lias
been paid for the properties and there
hns been no agreement made In re
gard to the future plans, say tho or.
fleers of the .Marion concerns.
It Is ontlrcly probablo that the
stockholders or the local companies
will hold stock tu tbo new con.
ecrn. Mr. Christian stated to tbo
Mirror that neither himself nor Mr.
John I). Owens will be at the head
or the new company, but thero is a
po-slblllty or them being chosen di
rectors. A very Important ofrico of the pur
chasing company will bo located In
tills city and several or the com
pany's officers will bo located here.
The general sales agents of tho
company will make this city their
-.r. Christian, who when the deal
Is finally consunit.ted, will retire
from tho active management or the
quarries, has been at the head or the
Norrls and Christian company since
IU organization twenty-five years ago.
For nearly one quarter or a century
ho has been one or tho foremost fig.
ores In the lime and stone business
of the country.
The John I). Owens quarries liavo
been in operation for the piist lorly
llvo years and during a largo part of
that time, Mr. Owens has been in
nctual control or the quarries. Ho
succeeded his father John Owens,
who died recently.
It Is bolluxed that with thu power
ful capital in ul hacking of tho now
company and Its broadened field of
operation, tho llmo and stone In
dustry of this city will grow to bo
one or tho greatest in tho United
Lloyd Thomas has returned to his
diitiea at the ICrle interlocking plant
uftcr an absence or 11 week on au.
count or sicklies.
It. S, Qulglcy, superintendent of
thu Hocking Vnlley with head
quarters at Columbus, wiih looking
alter business nt the local station
for ;l short tlmo Monday morning.
Local freight trains wore annulled
an usual today on nil of the itillroads
1 nulling through .Marlon. So far as
is possible, tbo employe wore given,
a vacation and all those compelled to
work were given nn extra hour nt
noon to enjoy thos umptuous family
Members of tne Deutseher Hund
held a regular meeting Nlast night,
but tiaiistlcted nothing other than
routine business. Next .Monday oven,
ing tho society will elect officers and
clean up the' paU year's business.
This meeting will bo followed with
a buffet lunu'a.
A year hns elapsed slum the Penn.
fiyh'iiuln rallrond began the rigid on-
forcoment of llio anti-pass ordor.
The order was originated by Presl.
dent Cassatt, whose body now lies In
state, However, President Cassatt
hns loft an .order that will live for
many xenrs and maybe u Hr time.
Today, with the beginning of the
Now Year, every railroad In tho
stnto or Ohio will endorse tho re.
form movement of President CaBsntt
and tho nntl. pass rule will at last
lie made general dcsplto tho fact that
it has been stubbornly fought ngnlnst
by ncp'-ly every small road In the
country. i' x
Heglnnliig today, even the newspap
ers will receive no pastes or exchange
mileage for advertising. In a way
the papers will profit ns the owners
will reecho the casli for tho adver
tising, lint ns to tho employes, It
will be a detriment. it is found,
however, that tho railroad companies
that have enforced tho nntl.pass rulo
in the past year have not been so
free about ndvertls'ng as thoy were
In former years when they could get
all tliej wMiod ' merely for the ex
change of courtesies.
former years tl)c rail.
roads did more or
which wan not exactly considered
profitable because a cash outlay was
not required. The city newspapers.
however , vlll not surfer so much
with the no rule as will the coun
try papers, as ninny or the latter will
receive but little paid advertising,
whereas before they received about
all the mileage thoy could hnndlly
.Mi- Edith Ilniley. daughter of
(ieorge Hniley. died nt her home on
North .Main .street, Tuesday niorn
mv nt eight o'clock after 1111 illne-M
of a year with consumption. The
deceased was .seventeen years
uge. Xo arrangements have
made for the Ciinernl r-orviccs.
A New Use for Electricity.
Science lias aheatly tlirnioiistraleil
the fact (hat Electricity is the 1'orco
which keeps the heart imlsatiiijy, the
.slomacli riigcMiiijr, tho kidneys oper
ating, the bwly moving, tho biaiu
scheming, and there 'is hardly u
tlav but what M-Jeneo proves to the
world .some new use iqr Electricity.
The drug stores 1110 now selling; a
device called Eleccropodcs, which is
claimed to make batleiy out of
the body. They -con.sist of a positive
and negative niagiiet; the positive Is
worn in .the heel of o,ne shoe, and
(lie negative in the other, and it Is
claimed that Hie nerves are the con
necting wiies between Mm 'two mag
nets, and by wearing- Mieiii the en
tire nervous y.steni is fed n mild
flow of Electricity the entire day.
which is claimed .to cure rheuma
tism in any form. The current :
generated in the shoo with tho posi
tive niagret mill must pass through
Hie entire .system 'to reach tho nega
tive in tho other .shoo. ,15y dicing this
it creates a good circulation of Hie
blood, and makes cold feet warm.
It is further claimed by wearing
those magnets, tho entire .system is
purified, removing' all had odors
from the feel and ami pils. Tins
.seems, reasonable, providing- -there is
any Electricity generated, us it i
one ul' the jrre.it cl purifying agent
The niiiiiurnclurcr.s of Eileclropn.
do .have so much faith in their ahil
ily l-o almost perforin miracles, llml
.'lliey have lint meter all dniugi.t
to sign 11 contract with each sale
made "agreeing to Tefiind Hie money
if they fail 'to cure. The proposi
tion is so simple nud fair Hint our
afflicled tdiould test thoin. It
AND WATCH PARTY
Given by Pythian Sisters on
Degree of Pochontas and Kosciusko
Lodge Hold Well Attended
An excellent musical nud literary
prugrnin was rendered by tho Mnr
ft ail Lodge of Druids in tho halls
.Monday night. Tho attendance was
largo 11 nd tbo affair was greatly
oiijinyod 'by nil. Following tho
prugrnm 11 watch aneeling and genia1
social liinu was enjoyed.
Wayside Hoso, Itobekahs, enter
tained tho lncmbors of Wuysldo Lortgo
I. O. O. F., and a largo number of
friends with a watch social last night.
Tbo evening was pleasantly sjfent
with games, music and other diver,
blons and A short program wk ren
dered . 1
During the supper" hour, bo old
year was ushered out and tho now
year brought In while the members
offered a toast to tbo ohi and to tbo
Tho affair wna 0110 ;oT t?io most
pleasant social affalifs jglven by
Wayside Rdso lodge Uils iicason.
A Inforenllng session or the Uegreo
of I'ocohontas wns hold In the bolls
Monday night. Aftor tho usual rou
tno business was (transacted, the
nieellng won ndjoiirued n n fincllil
session. Hefreslinieiits woio surveh.
and irtusli;, .gapfes ami, a general good
social time was enjoyed. tho at
tendance wni quite large.
The Mqdern ,Wodnion will meet
ThuisiUi' riilit'jfnd Install the newly
elected ttirps' oi officers. After tho
Installation ceremonies a banquet niuk,
social will bo held.
One ot'Hie enjoyable mic'iiiI uC
I'n'fx 'mid wnlch parties of (Monday
evening wns that held by the mem
bers of Cunhy ' Temple of l'vlhinn
.,,,.. VT Ai,y . ' i, " ,
hiteis No. IJ. An mnitiilly large
crowd as (Miibled lo f-ce the old year'
mi ,..! n... ,.-i. .,:.... ,....u ..,.,.i !,.tii. i
'",. ""-""r ""7 "i's- "'
cnnin, oaiiciug iaiiu -jMicniry nun
numbers, A number of
e'ever let-inn ions were- delivered.
A tiittiibor of visitors were present
from vnrioiit jiarU oT the state and
'ft llowing She cnioynble irojrrnin,
nice rolrcsiimeiits were served,'
.Mlzpah Kncnnipmciit. I. O. O. tV.
will moot tonight und confer thu
(icililcn Itule degree on a class of can
didates. Kosclu-ko Lodge I. O. O. 1 met
last niglit and attended to routine
business. ArrangemoiilM were lnado
to Install tho recently elected officers
.Innunry 21.' Aftev-thc luialnosg meet
ing the members enjoyed a watch
Knights or Pythias, No. 110, or
Caledonia, bold n watch meeting In
tho balls Monday night. Tho a
tendance was exceedingly large. A
sumptuous' banquet way served In tho
early evening and tho closing hours
or '00 were spent at music and card.
Green Camp Hebeceah Lodge No.
oil" Scioto Valley held a banquet and
social In its halls .Monday night.
Preceding the banquet the degree
team gave an cxblblton drill and a
class or six candidates was Initiated.
A WATCH 300 YEARS OLD.
Made In London and Handed Down
From Father to Son.
Knii3as City. Probably the oldest
watch In this city and ono ot tbo old
est In tbo United-States Is owned by
Ouy II. Claiborne, n telegraph opera
tor. This watch has kept accurate
time ror U9$ years. It is a largo sil
ver hunting case, key winding time
piece, the works or which are set with
numerous small chipped diamonds.
Instead or the Homan figures upon tho
race thero nppears tho name Geo. T.
'Claibprne, tbo letter G indicating tho
twelfth hour, the 13 the first hour, etc.
Its first owner wns William Clai
borne, who was born In 15S7 of Eng
lish pmentrtge. Tho watch was pre
sented to him by his rather upon tbo
Old Claiborne Watch,
ntlalnmcut of bis majority, and slnco
then It has been hnnded down from
father to tbo oldest son. It was lie
who hiought it to Anioilcii and car
ried It throughout his Incumbency 'ns
trcasuior of the Virginia colony in
IftiS. JIo nl(!0 can led It with him
wjicn, with hla follow Protestant col
onists, bo engaged In a minor conflict
with tho Catholics, of JJaryland, vitcq
lesultcd In tho -latter being driven
out of their domain, although later on,
after tho Catholics rocolycd rcluforco
menls, thoy recaptured their lost trad
lug poat. This ongugomont Is io
corded in, history as Claiborne's rebel'
Hon, although the name Is spelled
At tho tlouth or William Claiborne- It
wns presented lo bis son, L)eutenant
Colonel William Claiborne, nud who In
turn pioscntcd, it to his son, Wlljlum
Claiborne, Jr "dt'ItOmuncbko, who
died in 1705. It then passed Into tho
hands of the oldest son, also named ;
William Claiborno, who carried It un
til 1710, at whoso death it passed Into
tho hands of Phillip Whitehead Clal
borne, tho husband or Kllzabetb Baud
ridge, n great granddaughter of Thom
In 1771 it became tbo property of
Wllllnm Dnndrldgo Claiborno, who In
1791 was married to Miss fOuphmulo
Taylor of Tqylorvljlo, Va (ho daugh
ter pr nn old njid aristocratic Virginia
ram Ily. Front hs l!ands It passed Into
thoso of Dr, George Clatborno, at that
llmo a practicing physician or Rich
mond. Vn. It was ho who had tho
original face romovod, replacing It
with tho ono that bears his nanio.
With this exception tho timepiece bos
never been ltho hands ot a Jeweler
to receive othor than a cleaning and
Its next owner was Thomas Nelson
Claiborne, who whs bom at Liberty
ball, tbo old Claiborne manor, . near
Richmond, nlson. of .tho Richmond
physlclfTn any rather, of Its present
The watch wan
worn by William
diiel with Andrew
Claiborne in his
.Jackson, which resulted in Clulhuruo
hCliiB nllghlly wounded bj tho ruinous
Rosa's Curiosity. y.
Y frigid, ynu like for Inly ImtT
jucs mnK- wecin srecna bcoik an
Herd rertila wliltn. fpntliah n.
So etylecsh hat joii npvva scolij
K!i? Kc? T?i tsi! Pi-r aef you do
I sal ??t pf(ti ''jj' YW'
Whcro del I cat? Wnl, ccf you ploass,
1 till to you. Kccc Ilka ilncA:
Sty Itosa dal'ii my'Klr), you know
Bho alia tlmo ccs tciisa mo f
An' nslta ilppa nh' tint for try
An' kuci.h w'nl iirntnnt 1 am buy
Por bcpvc to iur on CiireM'imW day,
Hut ullii time I laugh nn' eny:
-xot Not Lt rc- mfprlso for you.
An' cot ccs roiu pIohhb you tool
I Imvo c-ct Ijimnht no' nilt nwli.
Kor tcpp for yoll tP0 ciirecji'mas day.1
' Sho stump lo
Btiimh lo foot nn' is.n i "Oil, myl
ion lenso mo ro you mnu mo cryl
Vou arc bo nieaii nn you enn ho
HnycaiiKo you wcell no tula mel"
My fniinl, Rho :on- fo lll.-a il.it;
At las' I ny, "V.ct cesn hall"
Oh. len, my frnnJ, for Sure nho cry
An' Inolc so sad nn' eny: "Oh, why
You tat me w'nt, cct ttona li17
I want cot he su'prlso for mo.
Unhides, I thocnk pet lio u rronjr
r.ct you Ron' koovp nio nnytliciiR."
Hal Writ joii thcoiilm i!:tt, my fraud?
Decs clrls ocs liiird for omlrnstiitnt.
So, fiiicccU I ny: "It ecu no truo.
I Justn mulm Joko wteth you."
So miw, you nee, I niiistu Bnt "
A rcen? ccnutond for dccn lint.
An' ilcn, how iiloooh h!io coax nn' tease,
I wcrll no ml bor w'nt oot cc.
Hut here con HtColl tin lint! Oh, plohss,
My friind, ocf -ct shoiilil ho you meet
Som'hoily wnlkln' on iln isticct
IJnt look for liny iln Htylccsh hat, '
I have On chonp wan ho can cult
-T. A. Daly In Cuthollo Slumlard nnit
nonntl tn Tell.
n dinner party thu little son ot
tho host nud hostess wn nlluwed to
come down to dessert. Having had
what his mother considered u sittll
clcuey of fruit, bo was told he must
not have any more. when, to the wir
prlso of every one of the guests, he ex
"If you don't glvo me some more.
A fresh supply was at once given
him, nud us toon as it was Mulshed he
repeated his threat, whereupon he wns
suddenly mid swiftly removed from
the room, but ho hud just time to con
vulsu the company hy exclaiming:
"My new trousers nre iniide out or
ma's old bedroom curtiiliis!" Pblhtdel
HOW .MANY FISH TO CATCH.
What has been bald naturally leads
to tho sugge-tlon that consistency re
quires those of us "who arc rlght
nilnJed fishermen to reasonably limit
ourselves as to Hie number of nsh
wo should take on ravorable days.
On no account should edible fish be
caught In such quantities as to be
wasted. Ily restraining min-clvcs In
this matter, we discourage In our own
nntuic3 tho growth ot greed, we pre.
vent wicked waste, wo make It caster
ror us to bear the fall between' decent
good luck nnd bad luck, or no luck,
and wo maki oursolvca nt nil points
better men and better fishermen.
We ought not to forgot these things
as wo enter upon the pleasures ot
our summer's fblilng. Hut In any
event let us take with us whou we
get out, good tackle, good bait, and
plenty 'of patience. If tho wind Is
In tho South or West, so much the
better, but let'e go, wherever tho
wind may ho. If wo catch fish, wo
shall iiihl zest' to our recieatlon. It
we catch none, wo shall still have
tho outing and reel cation more
healthful nnd nioro" enjoyahlo than
can be gained In any other way.
From Graver Cleveland n new book,
"Fishing ami Shooting Sketches."'
OUR FARMKRS GO OVKIt
It was about I'JOil whou It became
obvious to many of our Aniorlean
liqmc-hcckei'i Unit our great West
was getting a trifle suiuil, nci.oidliig
lolhulr notions. In that year about
twenty thousand Americans wont ov
er Into Canada. Two years later, tho
army had reached fifty thousand in
numbers. Lnst year, more tljan that
many went across tho line within
three months or tho spring. At least
Boyciity-fivc thousand will this year
leave tho United States to go Into
Northwest Canada, not to mention
moro than a hundred thousand more
from Kuropo. Tho figures sluugor.
and Indeed their ethical Import might
well cause a certain confusion to our
own government; yet thoro Is no
Ubo In attempting to hllnd ourselves
to tho meaning or It, even t Hough It
represents a certain hardship to tho
United Slates. One nblo objector out
In Iowa complains In a widely cir
culated American periodical that this
"w)ld land craze" Is taking away
from his commonwealth thousands of
men and causing the local banks
much hardship. Ho opines Hint
rolk presontly will realize that lowa
kind Is bettor than wild land, und so
will come back home, oyeji as lost
sheep return. What uttor roily; The
truth Is that the population of Iowa
is thirty thousand 'ess than It wus
two years ago, most or this loss oc
(adoiiod by thoGrcnt Trek. That is
not because Iowa lands nro no longor
good, but because thy are no longer
TJiere Is llttlo senUnieiit J:i these
mailers. I remember n nuiBUz'vtip,..nr-
tlelo which described thf Uhrlll's" ex
perienced by ,:t Russian Jew immi
grant when bo 'saw the top of tho
Statuo of Liberty In New York Hay,
bo knowing that hn was at. last ap
proaching America, the land of 1ho
free.1' The article Btrnclt mo as ex
cellent tonimyiof, ' Tho ' Imn-lgrnnt
njny ' thrill a few thrills berain) ho
bellve- he Is going to nko mora
money bore than where he came from,
,h hl.i oxnllnllnii
it Ih franklv the
4v v- ex, js,
-.; t if w.
tratinp; and soothing propcrticVallays naUscak llervottsnea
all unpleasant feelings, and
ordeal that she passes through
the event safely and with but
little suffering, as aumbcrshavc
testified and said, "it is worth
its weight in gold." $1.00 per
bottle of druggists. Book containing
valuable information mailed free
THE BRAOFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Amcrlenns who nre headed, to tho
Northwest. Thoy nro going to n
our.ry where thoy think thoy can
better themselves. Thu Anglo-Saxon
Is always land hung y. Show hlni
whcro he can get good land for one
tenth what it costs nt .home, nud he
will trek, flag or no flag. - imierson
Hough In "The Last Stampede for
Cheap Homes" In The Outing .Maga
zine for January.
.JANTAIU AHKHICA.V J10V.
Tlie l.imuiry American Hoy is, in
the language of the boys, "u I111111
11101'.'' Its most I'oilrijiicuuus feat
ures mre its serials by .Stratomeyer,
Sliute, Tonilinscii,Alger nnilSinnguu
and x four new (h'iartiiieiit.s,iianiu
ly, "flints villi big Annoricnns for
Y.Ming AineriiMiis,!' "How lo He
roine .Strong," "I'raolical Kuini
lti"e .Muhing IV r Hoys," mid ".Keep
!i Tab mi the World' For Wide-
Awake American Floy
. . 1 1 T
dx j-iiii-t htories; 'about u' dozen lend
nig aiticles, any number ot humor
ous skit', nnd the usual departments
relat'uig to boy life, including pho
tography, mechanics. electricity,
(tamps, coiiw nnd curios, pussJen,
n'.e. In the biographical depart
incut, Henry Clay is given the
Aire of honor Hik fuontli. It has a
striking itwo-vllloi- cover . a skntinir
veiie, mill, in ndd'dioii, seventy-five
illii-'tiittidii''. logether, il is one
of I he Ijoh liii'iibers of The Ameri
can Poy ever i.Mivd. ."M.00 n year.
The .til-guile Publishing Company,
A LIFF, OF MILS. KUDi'.
JIcClure'H new herial Christian
Heience, bcgiiuuig in January,
opens xvitli u remarkably interest
ing iiceouiiit of 11 w. Kdily's ehilil
liooil nnl youth, ilnry .Uuker xvhb
leceided ftvai "good New Jjiigland
.stv:k". Her mother was a gentle,
ecpab'.e, coii.seicnthr's New lOugland
hou-icxvil'e. Her J'nt'icr, llnik Uuk
i"', xv ns a .striking character ,iu his
I'lMiimuiifity. Hi.s iieighbci's, 'xvr.'ites
the aiithiir, "fouul Jiiui igiioniut,
ih.niiiiftiing, (passionate, foartc.ss. lie
dnive the sdmrpe.s(. bargains, paid
his xvoilcer.s the siiiiilleft wages, and
en mo into 'lhe calego'y known in
STew Kiiglaiid ns MnH-fisli'd.' Hul
lie never cheated u num. und ho ul
Wixs s.icredly kepi Jiis xvord."
Mary Hie y';iilg(-t (luu.glili'i', wns a
fragile Mini licuiitV'ul child. Sho xvna
'trcfccioiis, pas.sionalo in disposition
and ns ,!ic grew older developed n
hysterical leudeiicy. Sho heard
strange x-oices anil wan found ox
'reuiely settsitive to hypnotie influ
ence. The account of her fhwl two
iiiiirringcs, Her ep:n,al ion lroni her
cjii.'d, mid the influences which nil
nn early porhul chaped Hie couiso
ul" her (-nicer, is -iuiuiiscly iluiiiiii-
.-jliug and goes far to explain Ihi.s,
eiiigniaticnl Jiguie mi our public
,11 A IH.
II il' is I'.ruu tlmt no aiiaii is a
hero to iiis valet,' it is doubly trtib
that no xxomiiii is a ilieioinu to her
inaid. If you have uuy doubt about
llii, ciMit.ult Ujss Jes.sie ILillwanl,
'ho well-kiu.m'ii actress. Of all enith-l,-
blessings, Miss llillyard treasures
.inning .the greatest her maid, Lolllo
wluiin hhe has (had for about mx
lein yeni's. "Lottie is a perfect
Ircu.Mire," says -Hiss llillward,
"bl'it she seems to- have been sent
by u benign Providence to keep mo
iiH't'l; and humble i'l HVit. Tho
cither day tho people jnwt door xvero
making ho much noise that I simply
couldn't j-1-.uiil it and I mn nfraid
that I expressed piyse'.f hmowhiit
foicihl.r. 'Oh, (leui'.'iuam,' cried Tit
tie, 'let IJiein think you uro a lndy
even if vou are an artie,' Last
night 1 leceived jirnof.s oC now
pliotogiiijilis' xvhich 1 imvo just had
i ikon. iSomo of my friends were
piiiiiiiienting upon them. ri'ij'U' I
s-ucwed them tfiLoliie. Sm looked
long and cnr-ii'.otl..' nl them. I
vou like .them. l.otb'' I adu'd fi:i
gWy. 'Yc, indnv-l inaiii,' she ;in. i
txTmirrrV'ililii' Uii'iv you,' IM I
think yosj xwi" pi-.-'fy.
"That xvns v.thi;:' .b.til. hut evm
lint pries hcf'" xvh.lt . fi'loud of
l',tli'''i did, S'n wtu Mm nini'i of
of" of my f.riivVv Vim slip c.uiH in
"V.i iin,iPVVt',iVhiJ "-ii'J vn;.tel
f't.i' ire to-xv rite .fuanswov site lock
ed nlfout tihe noi'ni n' !h? niiihlol
xvl'i'i 't idiot )gvipl. nud so ml.
'Am yt.u n 'islirs4-'' sin i$:. nt
)i pfi'li T nii'liii(ii
lejilleil. 'Well,' "sho
Is io lore cmidrn. and n
can be completely ltapi
out them,-yet theordcal.1
which the expectant, mi
pa9 ustlally is so full of sul
and fear that she, looks
critical hodr with, apprct
and dread. Mother's Friend, by iti
hae always wnuUri to be. 'ft
and, now nincc J .i.i('e sacit,'
think 1 will.' Oh, J base juj
ours. J I Kceins lliey wmi't aj
u uraiu of vanity ur prtle'-
"WiIicii on iny jeiurn III
lime 4o America, it Iu4t 'of
fiii-iiiK sent me no'. M txivJ
und 1 was rendu,' l'u'it -ivi'
li-rhtod ito Uiink lba ihuV 'Il
lcniwiihoiert -me, -.ind hi)p
rhild oxer it, I liifilil lij
ilinl .s;nd, 'isn't it siljeiiiU,! i
.splendid; i.sn 't it beautiful,,
1 Wonder why they nre nil '.)"
'Perhaps,' replied Lotfiej
think you are fascinating.', ft,
ed up in fui'prise. his wns ,
note from Lottie mid I end',
afford (o iltiio it. 'And do yo
tie?' 1 ventnif'tl tremulously.
enstics fell, 'flood
she ve)l'!eil. And the xvorai of
i," ci,iK'ludc(l lis,s A;ilhvnr'f,l
is lihe sweet,est, miKst iuiiormi&i
ing creature in the wcrld."-
"Hero nnd There" in tho "3
OR HE1IORRH0IDS !
Hint a mimical onorntlon is tho onl eu
Intro In a safoiVHUicr. cn OTiinnlv.
ilalcy nioann of CXriiig pllojnud IhatjJ
usg ul luu cciuurmo
Dr. A. V. Chdifl's OInl
which brlngn relief alraoatfV an tlvJ
moruusn cure, this (.'irabinliiici
uuuer a. pnHiuTCRUiunnico IO pn
lorv trBAlrnnnh r,ii Itah'no iils.i
lruuinir pucH or ino mono XMU boTcf
i cenm n uox, nn ncnictH or JJr. A. i
For sale in Marlon, Ohio, by
s jurug store. a
Hocking Valley Rj
will sell round trip tickcts?tl
points in Central Pttsscngcj
socialion TJNU)iy til 2
per mile in csicnSxlircqi
Dates of sales Dec. 22
25-29-30-3 1 tit 1906 and hJ
uav 1 st i)o7. Return li
January 2nd 1907.
thrro niiintlm hik brinrr niiilrtii riirit nt mtt
caUirjit out lUnj.nlfi. I think n ion of pr
j juu iiimuu uui'iTirif'i' mitpr inTtillftl ral
ImUvltlHuit nwill anil I nnd tliat C(iirnit i
Jinot:ikoi iiumnro'M ntltcr wo-calletl roi
inoialii (v iIa timn u) ilio oiber 1 liuvo
woUil In (i y par." t -i
Juiuoi llcUuue, 108 Meteor St., Jersey Clty'
Never bliikaii, Wvken or Urfj. lOo.'McMo, M
flnlil In bulk. Tliu rciiuhiQ tnhlAt ktaininl. OI
f uuuraniue4iocQroor yuur uiunor ijuuk. . V3
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biernnt remedy Co., Chlcaeo or N.y.i
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