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ttHEMAIOKpAIlJr MIMtOIft FRIDAY TSB. 1 1007.
In the Name of Sense,
' that gbbd common sense
of which all of us have a
share, how can you continue
, to buy ordinary soda crackers,
stale and dusty as they must
be, when for 5 you can get
fresh from the oven, protected
from dirt by a package the
very beauty of which makes
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
.7. P. .Menkes, the piano Uinur,
will lio licro next week. G. W.
linker will take your order. U
Dailc's Little Liver rills thoioiighly
rlcnn tlio sys'em good ror lazy livers,
makes clear complexions, bright eyes
uiul happy thoughts.
Sold by Floekcii's Drag Store.
C. E. PERRY. Leave and Mir.
Saturday, Feb. 2.
Direct from bliulixrt l)iuttr,Cu!iuu
litis. TEX RICKARD
of UiMllolil, liroNcnts Ills original
World' ObuniDlott LlgtiU
HIiowlQK nuttrn contest Ink on nt
thcrlngfldn Inbordny, Hpt. (I. M)0.
All olher Irnudulotit. Alio movlnc
rauMv, training quarters. Mk urena
ttndcrconatructloti.aml all (uo flatio
PRICES 25c. 3Gc,50o
FREEMAN & WATSON
Tho Chicago Ncswboys
Amateur tonight, inclusive
with second show t School
children's prize matinee
Saturday ?:30 P. M.
DON'T MISS THE FUN.
Wlicn you want a tool to know
just whero you can find it, and at
the; right price, wo aim to main
tain our reputation in keeping
You will always find our price
conaistant 'with tho Quality of
"goods j, wo soil. '
107 SOUTH MAIN ST.
HOT PRESSED VELLUM
'This U a beautiful sUtionery first
.top expenslye m ordinary letter
(BBB'i ur lino vi , itnviii
For the Olsen-Bartl Match
BOTH WEN CONFIDENT
And a Rattling Good Contest
Chicago Sandow Arrives Frcm
Cincinnati and Will Officiate as
I Touitrht at thu Uraml Opeia
House Charles Olsen of SI. Louis"
will tiltempt to throw lit j local fa
vorite. Until, i'ivi! lime in ltiuely
'minutes. Olscu Hunks lie will have
I very Jittlo trouble :u tinning tho
I I rick, mi ik a large number oL' lo
cal levels of Hie game. Not to with
Haiti, who will jnil up tie fight of
his life and i irmly think that Ol
sen luu-i i'or ou.'e overestimated his
ability as a wrestler.
Even should 0!en win the mutch
Uaitl hhotild not be broken up
greatly, as li opponent is one of
the best big men ip the business
ami m.idu tloteli go hi.s very best
to defeat him. Should the local luati
.slttv the limit or mtiiiv one full the
lienor will be the gi cutest ever !o
s I owed upon hint.
Parti has Iruine-l hard for to
night '.- battle, while Ol.-en is always
in contrition. Tho enwd to a nian
wll be wilh the )i! Jo fellow and
onti can expect to .iear .some tall
cries from the house should the
St. Louis man get a little lough.
ilo is (is big a- an ox coiuptued
to Haiti, mid if Kied can make a
rcditablo shewing, his many local
friends w!l bo happy.
J ut on Ihe (uicl, front appear
ances OI.-011 iinaglne.s Haiti will
ptovo 4tn easy tiring. The way tho
local iir.m vill craw over Ihe Knn
guroo wrc-tlcr, althougli he may not
bo able to Aviu, will cnusu Olsen no
end of trouble. Frank Clutch htiid
il.utl was. the best mtvii of hi
w civil i hu had ovr met ami Ihe
ft.-t little ifcllcw t"o o back of
hiui. H.irtl will go back of Olsen to
night and do his utmost to winy
back n long as io:iible. Haiti will
play i wailing nuino and of eoucso
OKcn will pish malter.s. J I shptild
be a mighty interesting content, for
Olpen i-i tho only real 'big wrestler
that ever appeared 'in Marion. Tho
nale of bcat.s is hitgi,estive of n good
Chiiaai) iSniulow arrived
froth Cieinnnli nnd will re force,
Ihu iimU'li this evening. Kincu losiv
iug Marion Sandow lias won several
i'npoi'tntit matches :u the cast.
Chamberlain's Couffh Remedy
Wo prefer Cliamborlalu' Cough
llemcdy to any other for otlr child-
rou." says Mr. L. j. Woodbury, or
Twining, Mich. It has otto doiio
tho work lor us lu hard colds and
croup, und wo toko pleasure In rec-
ommendlng It." Jror ealo by all
mi' i .
Introduced in Kariou byus., rar
By Y. M. C. A. Membership
BANQUET WAS SERV1D
And Considerable Important
Weekly Athletic Group Contests
are Pulled off Tigers Devour
An cuthuBladic meeting of the Y.
M. C. A. ' membership committee
was held In the Association parlors
from 0:30 to 10 o'clock Thursday
evening. The members of the com.
tulttco assembled nt C:30 o'clock and
after enjoying a three course dinner,
chairs were pushed hick and binl
nets of conslndcrablo. Importance
was thoroughly discussed.
Frank II . Owen, president of the
committee, acted as chairman. Iudl.
vidual members were called upon for
icports and many Interesting details
or the work was divulged. John II.
Clark toasted to tho now members
of tho committee In a short clever
ipeecln President of tho Atsoclatlon
n. C. Smith talked along the same
lines, heartily welcoming the now
members of thu committee.
It nii3 decided to publish a com
plete prospectus of the association.
Also to hold an entertainment about
the mlddlo cf February at which
time the Association building will
bo thrown open and the people of
the city Invited In.
Those present at this meeting were
Messrs. . ll, Owen, John Clark,
CicorRC Yon Stein, Frank Zuck, AV.
12. Color, John Hoffman, Fred Car.
hart, It. T. Lewis, M. A. Mlek
ley, .1. II. Oatey, K. K, Mlttman,
J. .1. Crawley. 13. C. Smith. Walter
Cope, Howard .Maag, C. L. Lcfflcr,
Frank Ilarrlmau, Charles Schaffncr,
Frank Smith, J. 8. Kilbury and
The regular weekly athletic group
(untcsts'werc pulled off In the Abso.
elation gym last night. The llnst
teams to contest were tho Heds and
Grays. The latter team won the
volley hall game by tho score 15 to
G and also,, won tho track relay
race. At tho cloao of tho contest,
the points tallied: Grays 21, Iledu
Tho Ulties and Oranges next con
tested. The Oranges won at volley
ball, J5 to 1, also won tho tr.ick re.
lay race. Total points of coutcjt,
Oranges 29; nines, C.
The Independents seemed to be
rolling In hard luck last nlcht and
couldn't even reach the seven bun
died mark. On the other hand tho
Tigers were at their best- and tallied
cIkIiI huudred scores, easily win.
rtlug the, bcrles. Sanford of tin
Tigers did tho featuro bowling of
tho evening, making a total or OIC
pins in tho three games.
Following are tho scores:
Goran 159 131 117
Monahan no 121 110
Hf-ubliker 13 l.'io 1fl.
Wcstrlck ...127 131 122
Sutter 125 182 153
Totals oat COS J02
I. Fies 105 131 110
II. Uurnett 111 no 131
J. Flos 192 182 15S
II. Ituhl .'. ,105 202 139
.fouford ...., 198 191 157
So elated over Having won tho
championship of the Utislncss Men's'
Volley- Uall leagiio Captain Law.son
and his "Uablcs" quietly hunted up
a local photographer lato Thursday
day night and had their pictures
"took." The other teams of tho
league say It was a lather 'foolish
thing to do, while the Champs, cay
that the other lellows are Just a
"wco" bit Jealous.
$100 Reward $100
Thu readers of this paper will bu,
pleaded to learn that there la at
,lcast 011 dreaded disease
onco has been able (o curu lu all lis
stages, tuiJ that 1H Catarrh. IIiiII'b
Catarrh Cute Is tho only posltlic
euro now known to the medical ru.
ternlty. Catarrh being u coustl.
tutlonni dhcaso, requires a coiistltii
tlouiil dirfoase, requires a constitu
tional t i-r-nt mi-lit lli.ll'u iiin,...t.
'c'uio Ij liiimn. int.M-nr.ilv- m.ii.,., ,il
Ijeetly upon thu bloud and muco'ils
surfaces of ihe system, (hereby do.
HtIOylng tho rotitidatlon of tho tliu-
case, and giving the jritleut strength
,uy building up the constitution and
ttB3lHug nature hi doing Its work,
rrUo ptoprlotore have so much faith
it! Its curative powork that they of-
.for Ono Hundod Dollars for any
that It falls to euro. Send ror
. "'L' V. v J Phe.,ov r
'toIuo I. '
gold by nil bruKtlftts. 75c.
Take Hall's Family llls for on.
HORSE A CRIBBER
So Crockett, Sought Damages From
Otillu an Interesting horse caae
WU8 tried to a Jury In Justice
Tliompsoji's court Thursday even
ing. .lames Ciockett, a Boston
horso buyer, had sued John W.
Ki.ncTcHcr. the, Infirmary Director
for $75, claiming that he was dam
aged In this sum by llucfcltcr, mis.
representing as to tho froundnes of a
liorsoMio purchased. Ho paid two
hundred dollars for the animal and
claimed that Klinefelter hud .said
tho animal was sound and all right.
As ho had done buslneps with tho
Infirmary director before, ho took
hi. word for It, and made no test.
When the horse arrived In Hoston,
it developed that he was a "crlliber"
and Crockett sued for $75. The
Jury awarded lilm $25 as it compro
Only One Way to Secure a Clear
In most liisluuccs a bad complexion
Is duo "to neglect of the llttlo things
In Hfo that arc essential to tho pres
ervation of one's own natural beauty.
All manner of suggoitlons have been
offered by skin specialists, but all
agree that ho only sure way to se
cure a clear, healthy complexion Is
to confront closely as inisslblo to the
laws of uatiiie. To preserve jour
freshness and beauty, you should live
simply, take plenty of out-door exor.
else, drink quantities of water and bo
caroful of your diet. Kcmcmbcr, too,
that beauty Is good deal more than
skin deep. It Is blood deep, and
depends also upon jour liver; your
kidneys and tho activity of your
bow eld. For nearly two years now,
they linvo been telling the ladles of
tho beneficial cfTcctH that Laxakola
Tonic Tnblets have on the skin. The
principal Ingredients In thorn are
cascarln, and dandelion and every
doctor knows that these remedies
start tho liver going, drive out lin.
purltlcs'citcotirago tho action of the
bowels and ,hclp clear up tho com
Floeken's Drug Sloro will gladly
pay your 25 cents back If theso lit
tle tablols fall to thoroughly benefit
William and , Rosa May
Ceremony is Performed Thursday
Evening at the Residence of
Rev. C. E. Rowley.
.Finding that' life; together h bet
ter than iifu apart, William Wal
lace Wmiii and How -Ms'y Wynn,
who at the inMinu'c of the latter
were d'uiced October '22, 100(5,
were remarried Tliursi'.uy night at
(1:1)0 o'clock' at" r the parsonage ol
Wesley M. B. chu.'ch. The cere
mony was jierTorm'.d by Hcv. C.
K. How Icy.,.' ,
At the .thue( the divcrce was
granted the cou.t ordered the de
fendant WiimW-t Wynn to jiay the
plaintiff .flO a liKinth alimony un
til he had paid her the .stun of
!f."il)0. Wvniy lud, paid lii- wife jiust
t!0 when 'tfioy'di'cidud to enter
inlo anolheiV inarr'tigo contract. In
her petition for,, divorce lr. Wynn
t'hnnrcd her liH-iband with gioss
neglect of duty, cvlreuio cruelty
and fiuliiioUo provide.
Mr. mid rth'rf. Wynn will Imako
their homo" 'oil Silver streeti Ihls
Beo's Laxative Coitrfh. Syrup con.
talnlng Hono Wild Tar, Js especially
appropriate for children, no opiates or
poisons of nux character, conforms
to tho conditions of tho National
Puro Food and Drug Law, Juno 30,
190C. For Croup, Whooplug Cough,
etc. It expels Coughs nnd Colds by
gently moving tho bowels. Guaran
teed . ,.
Bold by Floekc.n'8 Drug Store.
- ' i
Being Held' by' itcvi J, Moore at
Hiirlug bit. resldlmco lu l'rosiicct,
ltcv. J. 11. Mooro .made a host or
warm rSrMMutl frjondri who will read
with lntoreat,;tuo following cupping
taken frdni ,MoUday'.s Ui'baua Dally
"(treat lutvri4 is manifested lu
tho rovUal s;W1ccb at KIng'ti Creek,
Ohio, couduoted-'by llov J H.
MOOte, a former- pastoi" of tho Pros
pect, O., Baptist church,
''Sunday. oho'tonverBlon and twcii-
ty acccbslops lo tho church wore
made. A oouection was. tnkon, una
nlneiv-nve dollars' wero ralsod at tho
nionilng scVVieefjpr tho evangelist,
llov. J. u. toore; who is in cuargo
or tho work. Tho meetings will
Colitlnuc during- tho present week,
nnd as long-ins'the' prcsont Interest
HEW STEAM TORPEDO
6EA TEHROR WITH TWICE RANGE
OP OLD ONE8,
Little Vessels Now Able to Defy Dig
Battleships May Launch Dead
ly Missiles Without Com
ing Under Fire.
Now York. fly devising n loipcdo
piopellod by steam generated In tho
burning of high explosives carried
within It In concentrated form, Hiram
Maxim has concluded experiments
from which ho asserts that tho range
of naval torpedoes will bo doubled and
haval warfare revolutionized.
To meet tho demand that torpodocH
must hove effective range equal to tho
gunfire to which tho attncklng toipcdo
boat would bo subjected, Mr. Maxim
burns motorlte, a new oxploslvo, to i
generate steam nt a high pressure,
and by this means tho regulation naval
torpedo Is made much more cfflclcnt
than when driven by compressed air,
the motive power now generally used.
In his home In Uiooklyn, Mr. Max
im told of his latest Invention.
"In splto of tho wonderful things
that had been expected of tho automo
bllo torpedo as nn auxiliary arm in
naval warfare," ho said, "disappoint
nicnt has been the lesult when It has
been rolled upon. Tho cause of this
falluie amUdlsappolntmcnt Is because
tho deadly qulck-llrlng gun has been
developed to such a ilqgrcc of perfec
tion and such great tango that when
the torpedo boat of nu enemy comes
to tho attack It Is sunk long before It
can get anywhere near enough to bo
within toipcdolng distance of a bat
tleship. It Is met with a stouu of
projectiles from quick-firing guns
which fly toward It with frlgbtlul nc
curacj', and tho lango or these pro
jectiles Is so much greater than that
of the aulomobllo torpedo that tho tor
pedo boat Is destroyed In not much
more tlmo than Is needed to maUo this
"lu outward appearance my toipcdo
Is no different from tho icgulatlon
type, but a sclf-conibustlve material
called motorlte. slmllsr lit composi
tion to smokeless powder, Is omplojed
to furnish tho motive power for dil
Ing It through the water. This dls
lenses with tho uso of tho heavy it ir
flask and tho latter Is replaced with n
light casing tn which tho motorlte Is
burned lu tho presenco of water to
produce steam with which to drive the
"It ought to glvo us a range at least
twice as great as the present torpedo
with tho maximum bpeed that can be
got troni the propellers.
"The enormous inngc of tho Maxim
toipcdo Is a gicat desideratum, for It
will then bring tho lango of the tor
pedo up to that of tho guns which will
ho opposed to It.
"Summing up for tho new motorlte
propelled torpedo, J am snro of pro
ducing a gi cater efficiency duo to long
er inngo. moro uniform speed and
hlghor speed during the cntlro inn;
Incxpenslvoncss, as tho high cost alt
task Is done away with; gi eater sate
ty on hhlpboard, as tho highly cliaiged
air flask 2,250 pounds to the square
Inch mnkes the torpedo a hugo bomb
If struck by a shot from the enemy,
and the gicat Item of sailng the ex
penso ol air compressors now Installed
on torpedo boats.
"Filled with motoilte, the Maxim
torpedo will always bo ready for dls
charging like a shotted gun."
CAN HARDEN PURE GOLD.
Alabama Mar.' Accidentally Made Re
Montgomery, Ala. Allied Weaver
of this city, u lu collaboration with
John Edward Carney, and while en
gaged In laboratory experiments In
search of a now coherer material foi
wlieloss lelcgruplij', dlscovoicd tho ait
of haidonlng and tempering the
precious metals, such ns platinum
gold and tho llko, without alloying
them with other metals.
Tho lesults obtained by Mr. Weav
er's process aro Ihe enormous reduc
tlou In tho fusing point of those metal
and (he Imparting to them of a degree
of hardness In somo Instunccs surpass
Ing that of the best tool steel when
hnidoncd. Platinum, ono of tho most
lefrnetory of metals, hcrctororo ro
quit Ing ror IH ruslou tho oxyhydtofiei
llnmc, or tho voltaic aic, Is, titter bo
Ing subjected to tho now process
easily molted bcfoin nn oullnary gas
nlluo blowpipe and muy bo east, aguin
ntoltjd und I coast Indefinitely.
So groat a hardness Is (inputted tc
theso metals by Mr. Weaver's proccst
that a piece of gold or platinum, rot
Instance, can with tho gicatcst dim
eulty bo abiadod by tho host steel flic
and a sphere of either of Ihcso metal
of say two millimeters dlaniutor, when
placed upon H hnidoncd stool anvil
and struck a sharp blow with an eight
ounce stiol hammer, will roilst such
a blow and suiter only tho slightest ul
teratlou In shapo.
Love Not Marriage Motive,
Parls,--A Flench statistician recently
asked 95 glr)s between 15 ami 17 yoan
why Ihoy vvishod to marry. Sixty-one
wero upablb to Hpoclfy tholr reasons
nvo rcpllod that thoy wnntod to b
ablo to go out aloho, tcu In ordor to
amuse thomsolves, flvo so thoy cnuld
travel, sqvon liocauso thoy wanted ta
own tholr own homes, and four want
ml to marry for tho nako of n ruturc
family. Tinea did not wish to gel
married. N'ono siiggCBtcd lovo aso
Motive for liiRtmony, but doubtless
many of them were too shy to do so
I THE "REXALL" STORE!
W) lmvc appreciated another, lotig felt want in
Marion, and have added accordingly, a large
stock of 'MIUYLtitf'nind Confections.
These are (he goods that the'." olit girl" wants, for
all of "IIUYLKR'S" are in.orjginill boxes. She
likes that kind.
Special while the stock lasts, 7 cakes
"Bel-Zo-No" Soap 25cr-4c a cake,
THE "REXAIL" STORE J
to The Headley Drug Co. jg
FATHER WAS A MATCHMAKER.
Admires Pantry Girl and Introduces
Son, Who Marries Her.
Lexington, Ky. A romance with
unusual feattuos bus culminated In
tho widdlng of Miss Cynthia Simpson,
a pietty 19-year-ohl pantry glil at the
St. Geoigo hotel nt Wlneheslci. In
Itoscop CutchltiKB, a rich joung man
or Washington, I). C
Tho Kill caught the eye or Itoseuo
C.itchlngs. Sr, who Is piopiiotor of
Catchlngs' hotel at London. K . and
who makes his homo Hick- ii part ol
each year, being Intetested lu tlmboi
lauds lu Lntiral county.
lie talked to the gill and told her of
his son, who, ho said, was about her
ago. lie told her he was taken with
her beauty and gentle ways nnd asked
her ir In' might Introduce lior to IiIk
son. She consented and the rather
wrote to tho boj In Washing! m that
he would like him to come to Ken
lucky for tho holidays.
Tho young man came. Wllhon tell
Ing him of his IntnitloiiH the Hither
took him to Winchester and slopped
til the SI. Ceoige hotel. Thoie he
made II convenient to have the boy
meet Cynthia, the pantry kIi! He
soon had the Imv in lovu with the glil
ami then told him If lie would marrj
hor he would settle $lii.0H0 on them
nnd lei them live at his iotel nt Lou
don. The bov readily consented
BAGK ACHE AND SICK KIDNEYS
aro quickly iclicvcd and pcrmancntlj
cured by tho New Herb Cure.
Father William's Indian Tea
Natuto's Itemed)-, gathered lu tho
Rocky Mountains. 1 tire and slmplo
but suro and ceituin. Acts like
magic on tho K1I)N13VS and llL'AD
DEIt, elites I1ACIC ACIII3, CON
GESTION or tho KIDNEYS. ItHKU
MATISM, GOUT, .IAUNOIC13 and
OltlUUT'S DISKASB. (live It a
trial and be convinced. Put up lu
Tea mid Tablet form, 20 and 35 cents
Tschanen Bios., agents.
Ex-President Cleveland is
Elected to a Position Pay
ing Salary of $25,000.
New Yoik, Feb. 1. (jiover
('lev eland, loinicr iies'nlent of the
United Stute.-, va elected ehaii
maii of the As-ocinliun of Life
Insurance l.'icsiduiib. at a meeliur
of the e.Nccittivo coininittee of that
orgiui'uutku yeatuidtiy m tlii
Mr. ClevelauJV election was
tiiianiuious and he lin- accepted the
Mi. (level.iml II nlo aii as
cliil cjiuusel lot the asociiition.
In addition to tht'ac duties, 3Ir.
Cleveland will net as leferec in cas-
AUcosth lyraM waUtBlif scttttt nhM.
tu tht wweU. Bte'f Luitlv Boair tii
W9MTI1 th bOWtli D4 cqnUin onteUtM
SOLD IT FliOCKIIN'S DRUG STORB
fl rjtll 1i
es of dLpinV bi I ween the coui
piiii . For llicfrc services he wilt
receive .from the association tho
Nihil y nt". "fl!3,001 a year.
It way announced that Mr.
Cleveland will Temaiti a trustee of:
the inaiovity sto.'k of the Krmitablu
Life ASMjlnnyc M.ciety, but for
the-e service.-, he v ill receive no
cimpciii-atioii fnari atty tfoui'cc.
when you can maKe better
and save 1-4 on the cost.
Bread is the staff of life
and enters more largely
into the living than any
one other thing Buy the
"B" Pride of Marion
and you will never want
to live on baker's bread
again. For ale at all
MADE BY THE ,
US FOR MEAT
Wo aro still selling choicest
homo killed and nicely dress
ed meats and al 1 the "at
tachments", at prices that are
I rl d
Both l'konsa. E. Ccutar St.
I have moved my stock of cloth
ing, Gent's, Furnishings and shoes
from North Main street to tho True
block on Wc&t Center street room
formerly occupied by John Pfann.
Como in and get acquainted.
I.H. HayferScCo. I
Bond us reur 'order for ail
kinds of fcod, We aro vell
suppllod and soil at lowest
Iter & Rboads.
JJoth Phones N. SlU StrMt
TV -, t