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F )RTY-FIFTH YEAR.
POINT PLEASANT, MASON COUNTY, VIRGINIA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1906. Special Commissioner's! Sale, of valuable Salr Property; Fur nace and Coal Property, to gether with fixtures, cars, &c. A lot of Mules, store goods and other personal property.! Uud rand by virtue of the author, it vested iu us by a decree entered by the Circuit Court of M -son Comity W st Virginia, on the.'istday of July! 1!l0lS. in a chancery cause therein | pending, in which D. C. Davis. who I him on he'ialf of hiiiisel- at d all other] creditors of H pe Salt and Con] Com-1 pany, is plaintiff, and the Hope Salt I and Coal Company and others am de fendants, we will proceed to sell at pubic auction at the front door of the Court Honse of Mason Countv, West Virginia, On the 6th day of September, 1906, commencing at t o'clock, p m., of that day, a: d <-ontinuing uutil said property is sold: All of i he coal and iniuentl nnder the surface of the hill I Uart ?oid by C. C. &UUer. Hpe ial Com missioner, to H. H Smith, J.din Cart-1 wright, |m. A M Moore and D Reed, and being the s me Ihu s bought of I John Brown by R. C >1 Loveli, and I by sa'd Lovell so'd to t'allowav Min-1 ing Company, with all of the 'rights and privileges that may tie necessary miniiii? said coal or procuring oth'er minerals under the surrace of the present coal vein aforesaid of said land in and through the three entries now opened on said land, and the privilege of d-aining said c >al vein from tlie shaft now sunk to the coal on the hack end of said land as now draiued: a'so the T rail now laid in the said mines, together with all tra-ks iu the said mine 8nd leading therefrom to the furnace oi other place belonging to the slid (lope Sa t Sc Coal Coiupan , and also the perpet u*l right of w?v leading from the Ohi.i river as now used t.. t 'e back lands belonging t<> the s*id Hope Salt and Coal Company; also all the rights and privileges reserved to R C. >1 Level in his survey and plat of then .id town of Masnu, which i did-- record <1 in the office of the clerk of the Conntv court of M 'son county. West Virginia: a!s ? the o;io intr real es ate, b-* ng a tract of land and several lots or par ce's of land which were con vev ed b. I C. C Miller, Special Commissi >ner. to I the Hope M ?.nntitctnring ai d Coal I Coin: any by deed hearing ditethe 1st day of February, IStfti. a:id re folded in the clerk's office of the connty curt of said Mtson coun'y. in I>eed K >ok No 2. folio 102. ets . inc ud insr tlie salt fur ? ice now locate I oi. | sail premises, the salt wells thereon, their engines. boOers, |-uiu?-s, si'tl pans, co;.per pipes and all and singu la the tools, machinery and everv-| thing else used ami necessary iutliel manufacture of salt on thesa'id prem is s; also ? tract ol land estimated to contain 224 acres and 47 poles which was couveved to the Hope Salt ai d Coal Company by the Hope Maim facturing Company by its deed dated the loth day ol February. 189t?, and of Rec jrd iu the clerk's office of tlie county court of said M ison countv in Deed Book No. "SI. page 341 and fol lowing: a'so all of the coal uud jrlying the surface of a tract of land Ivlng near the town of M ison on the Fas -I ?rly side there if and sup osed to con- [ tain about two hundred acres, saving and excepting from this a small por tion of land which j .ins onto and lays back of the Cove Spring cemetery lot I together with the privilege of using all the undergroui.d coal entries, roadsand tracks anC ways and rights of ways for tlie purpose" f removing said coal from said premises i mil all of the said coal Is mined, bei g the property conveyed to the H- pe Salt and Coal Company by Sue R. Piper I and others by their deed dated the! nth day of April. IS! 15, and of record in the clerks office of tf-e couuty | court of said Mason countv in Deed Book No. .">?>. page 10 and following: also the following real es tate situate in the limits of the incor porated town of Mason in said Mason County: All t e lots lying bei ween B own Street and back of what was hereto ore known as the Mason City Salt Furnace property to Wide alley including what was known as Ice House lot; ? so lots No 5, 7, 4 i>. and 8 between Widealiey and First street; also the trai t of live and 91 UK) acres conveyed by ihe Mason City Coal and S.ilt Company to William A. U hi e bv deed of record :u the Clerk's Office of the County Court of said Mason Connty in Deed Book No. 21. page 413. tog ther with all the wa s. rights of ways and appu. tenances t. he sa d real estate belonging; also tlie real estate iu front of what was here tofore known as tlie Mason City Salt Furna-e. being the same property conveyed to tile Hope Salt ami Coal Companv a corporation by John I". Myers. Spec'al Commissioner, by his deed d tted tlie 12th day of September. 1MKK and of record in tlie clerk's office of the county court of said Mason county in Deed Book No. 63 page li:! and followi g; for a more particular de crlption of all of the said propeity reference can be had to the deeds of conveyances heretofore given. Also a lot of store goods, seve-al mules, coal cars, and all other personal pro perty belonging to the said Hope Salt and Coal Company, anil all property belonging to the sai Hope Salt and ('oal Company, real or personal, of every kind anil character. The foregoing is a valujbl- salt property contains a sa!t furnace, an abundance of salt water, togetli r with Sue coal fie'ds with tracks laid from said c?-al tie.d to the said furnace. Tkrms ok Sai.k?One fourth of the purchase mon v ca ll in hand on the day of sale, the residue in three equal installments, payable in one, two and three years respertive'y, the pur chaser or purchase sgi.ing notes for the deferred installments with good secuiitv. The note* to bear interest from the date of sale until paid and the legal title to said propertv will be retained as a futther security until all the purchase money is paid H K. HOWARD. R?NKIN WILEY, CHAS. E HOUtt, Special commissioners. Bond in the peuaity of Thirty Thousand Dollars. corid:tioiied ac cording to law, has been execute*] as required bv the decree. A. I.. BOfJGESS clerk i f the circuit court of Mason county. West Virginia Aug. 8 4w Executor's iSTotice, N tice is hereby given to all debtors to Samuel Rousli. deceased, that all notes, accounts, &c , due his estate, that a settlement of the same is re quired to be made with the executors on or before October 1st. l!?Hi. Settle ment can be made with either of the executors. Dr. I> F. Roush. at Poiu eroy, Ohio, or A. J. Brinker, at Gra ham Station. West Virginia. Dr I, F ROUSH, A. J. BRINKER. Executors of the estate of Samuel Roush, deceased. Hag 22-4w Remember, Good People, That THE MEIGS COUNTY FAIR WILL TAKES PLACE Wednesday, Thursday * Friday, SEPT- 12, 13, 14. As this is the Great Animal Family Reunion you cannot afford to miss it. This year it will be^?8?SSiiBa? better than ever. ARRANGE RIGHT NOW TO GO. Go, if for nothing else, to see the Big Crowds of People. A. W. VORHES, Pres. C. H. CHURCH, Sec'y. Fall Faihiona in Fayette Ft?ll fasbi-. Qj in Harrington atd o-ber articles of full dreee are now being sbovn in th? moat of th? p ipular reeorta The vogue enj <y ed by the double barreled shot gun this summer ij now passing, and is looked upon as a fad wbiob has about run its oourae. In the m inntain districts, the WinobesUr his been very popular among tte better olaeses, tnd will always re main the most popular means of o illeotinsf an enemy at long range. The Harrington retains its popn. larity, and although among the more wealthy the Colt ??nd Smith Wesson are worn with evening dress, the Hirrington remains the proper thing at all times. At weddings and other funotions where the sooiety is mixed the Harrington will be worn suspended from a light tan leather hoist r uud.-r tbt left arm or in the right hip trousers pocket when oarrit d without a bolster, At state affairs, to be striotly au fait, it should be w^in in either of the fronttrouserB pjck- ts, or carried is the h nd. A b-antiful new braes knuckle 01 n bj found in the more up to date jewelry stuies It is beautifully chased aud an oval is left for the owuers initials or ooat of arms. A new and very popular slinR ehi t ia the li n^ soft tan one loadrd with shot, the old blaok lead ball weight ed i ff ir is provincial, and the use of it marks the oountry man. A^ to knives and diggers the design are iufiaite, and almost every va rijty of oolor, siza aud shape may bj satufi -d A useful knife and oae that ia always in good taste is the Dago stilletto, which is gain ing a marked hold in ths hearts of the p ople of this county.?Mont gomery ^ JWS A look over the'excbangfB that ootne to a newspaper cffioeis in tereatiug in many ways Among the soores t'lat reach this cffioe a?-e all grades and s z -s. They are published by praotioal men, who a-e pr> tty well Brquaiutsd with the world, the fl-Bb and the devil, and in not one of them will be "found h defense of immortality, no de fotoe of whisky, nor anything that eachoS or justifies dishonesty S jt w.ll one find sneers at purity, a' religion, at the biBt things in tifp. In many of them are exoel lent bits of advioe and little bomel> sermons Wbeuever the schools are mention =d it is in terms of praise Bnd encouragement. Tte dominant note in everyone ia de oency, progrees. enlightenment, orality ?W?st Uuion Reoord. A New York aoientist s yi the naman body completly returns to duet and is renewed, atom by atom, onoe every year. T lat aooounts for the divo'ces A man marrieB an mgal f-n-i fin If, in a year, she has changed to a X*ntippe. Can any thing be plainer? The terms of fifteen Democrat? tad fifteen R?pubiioane, who have aoats in the Unitid States senate expire on Maroh 3. next The Democrats are: Baoon, Georgia; Bailey, Texas; Berry, Arkansas; Blaokburn, Kentuokj; Carmaok, Tennessee; Clark, McnUnc; Da bjis, Idaho; Foster, Alabama, re eleoted; Gearin, Oregon; Mo Lanria, Mississippi, re-eleoted; Mirtin, Virginia; M irgan, Alaba ma; Patterson, Colorado; Sim mons, North Carolina; Tillman, Sjutb Carolina. The Republicans are: Alger, Miohigsn; Allee, Dataware; Benson, Kansas; Barn ham, New Hampshire; Crane, Massachusetts; Cullom, Illinois; Dolliver, Iowa; Dryden, Naw Jer sey; Elkins, West Virginia; Frye Maine; Gamble, South Dakota; Millard,Nebraska; Nelson, Minne sota; Warren, Wyoming; Wetmore R'jode Island. Unoonpoious and wedged firmly nnder a barn, little Clarence B<tnks, ag-?d 8 years, of Clifton, for whom a searoh had been prosecuted for] 18 hours, was found Tbureda', Every part of his father's farm had been iuapeoted until it was be lieved that the lad bad fallen into a oreek and drowned. Somebody fiaally suggested looking under the barn Phyeio:aaB worked over the boy for hours be was revived. His condition is pronounoed oriti oal. He said that he bad crawled under the barn to searoh for hens' nests and bad aitempted to orowd through a smt-ll aperture The largest mate of ice in tbe world is probably tbe one whioh fills up nearly the whole of the in terior of Greenland, where it has accumulated since before the dawn of history It is believed now to form a block about 600,000 sq>ihre miles in area and averaging a mile and a half in thiokness. Aocord ing to these statistics, the Inmp of ioe is larger than the whole bod> of water in the M iditerraaean and there is enoneb of it to oover tbe whole of the Uaited Kingdom ef Great Britain and Ireland with a layer about seven miles tbiok. A Bad Road. There is a great deal of com plaint about the bad oondition of the Kanawha river road in Lewis district. They say that there are ohuok holes in many places that | yon ooaJd bary a horse in and that it is really in a dangerous condi tion. Mr. Road Supervisor get to work on tbi* pieoe of road and put it in shape so farmers nan get to t}wn. A Chicago man asks a divorce beoause his wife has a habit of! kissing other men by telepbcno. Osculation over a party line may entertainiag to some, bat mast people prefer their kisses on a short oirouit. Many a man's house is bailt of aloe* wood Did yuu evar oouot the words it loolumn of a newepapei f Then *re over a thousand words in a column. Suppose yon sit down and write one thousand words on one suhjdot and another thousand Hnd another until you have writ ten about fifteen thousand words Try it and see if it is right easy Keep that gait up for a month. Then ohase a looal item all over town and after you have seonred the faote all right condense them in a few lines?an hour's work that oan be read in a few seconds. Dn this for a dozen items that seem insignifioant after they are printed, but whioh you know are important, then have the items oritioised and inaoouraoieB pointed out to yon when it is too late to oorreot them OSi yes, it's dead easy to conduct a newspaper. The Mother's "Ho." There are few things more con duoive to disobedience and stub bornness in children tdan lie constant use of the words "no" jand'djn't." The mother should hesitate more than onoe befort saying them. Lis'en patien'ly to a little one's request before sa) ing "no," no matter how trival it may seem to yon. It may mean uiuoh to him If the rt quest it reasonable even though it ma Ohuse you some little iuoon venienot try to grant it. If, however saying yes to the ohild is going to cause some one else a great deal of disoomfort, if it is not for the obi Id's good, or if after delibera tion, what it asis seems wrong in your judgment, give the ohild a short but intelligent reason for the denial, then lat no amount of tear ing change your deoision It is not neoeseary to be stern in this matter, but firm, and the ohild will sion learn to acoeptyour judgment without fretting. The mayor of Atiantio City, N. J , has issued an order that girls who go in bathing most wear shirts to the knees and the materi al must not be too thin. Viol itors of this edict will be brought to the mayor's office and he will pass judgment on the length and texture of the oB, nding garment. Mtrie burkart, of Mendota, III was recently appointed assistant c mptroller of the Great Northern Hot el at Chicago. She is practi cally manager of the plaoe as the o mptroler is there only an hour a day She has 2 000 employes un der her oare. A Naw York newspaper shows that a large number of American women whc. married titled foreign ers, have beoome the mother of 'wine. This sff >rds a rational and -ffsotive method of breaking np the oustom of foreign m irriiges Llt the n ba widely oiroalated. If Unole Sam pnte a lid on Panama, will it be a Panama hat? [PRIM. GQMMEHI8 lining to the Beeent Convention at Indianapolis of tbe Editorial Association, Our Trip Through Indiana, loit, Michigan and the ? Dominion of Canada. i l Article No. 8. J The journey from Ohicoatimi to Quebec is made entirely in tbe day- and the sights along tbe route are perfectly sublime, as the ?*B6l moves onward over the tb water the rocks, tbe bays injections; the perpendicu lar walls, the slanting sides, and overhanging clifta all pass before the vision with constantly increas ing wonder and loveliness. We stopped coming down and the pe culiar garb worn by some of tbe people attracted much attention from the party. The vehicles for the transporta tion of passengers from the dock np to the mountain where the hotels are usually located, are the funniest looking things we have ever seen. There was one kind of outfit that was indescribably queer. It is called a 'Coll^sh" or SCENE AMONG THE THOUSAND I cabbage, as we called it. It ap pears to be a cross between the architecture of Noah's Ark and a primitive ltocky Mountain stage -eoaob,- shorn ot the two front wheels. The horse pulling it is driven to a gallop and the jump ing up and down and oscillation of the vehicle is enough to make one sea sick. The first stop of any length was at Tadousac, where the very pleas ant and comfortable Hotel Tab ousac was visited. This is a fa mous fishing resort, the K. O. Navigation company reserving the right over much of the sur rounding water. Plenty of time was given while the steamer was n port to walk to the village. RICHELOU & ONTARIO CO's FINE NEW Near the Hotel is the first church built in Canada, and the second on the continent. There is a sal mon hatchery hern also. At Murray Bay, the favorite watering place on the lower St Lawrence, the party climbed long flights of steps reaching the Manior Richelieu, but were more than compensated by the view trom the broad piazzas, as well as by the comfort and ease of the spacious drawing room. This is the largest and most up to date hotel on the lower St. Francis. The port St. Irene was the next stop. Here the fine hotel the Charlevoix, had just been opened to guests. It is one of the coolest and most healthfal resorts in America. The boat Bteamed on tip, past Les Eboulemens, past Boia St. Panl, and soon reached Grosae Isle, the quarantine sta tion on the St. Lawrence. Then the blue peak of Mount St. Anne appeared in the distance; then Cape Tonrmente, the region so rich in folklore. Traveling past towering hills, pointed spires, picturesque villages, till leaving the island of Orleans on the right, the party landed at Qaebec and joined those who did hot take the Sagnenay trip. Carriages were provided by the FroDteo&c line forthe accom modation of the touring editors, tue.r wives and families, and they were driven through the princi pal streets. Quebec is a quaint, strictly French city, on all sides we were confronted by signs on the places of business that we could not not read, and by a language we could not understand. It has a population of 80,000 and has the most genial and charming as well as the most popular Mayor we had the honor ot meeting on our trip. At the well known Kenthoufle, for-merly occupied by the Duke oi Kent, he welcomed ns to his qnaint'city, in a beautiful and well delivered speech. The Kent house was the scene of one of the finest receptions we received on our trip. Refreshments of all kinds were served to ns in ample quantities and we were made to feci at home. This place is situated on top of the Montmorency heights over looking the grand and majestic Montmorency Falls, and it was on ot the fine events of onrjour ney. Quebec consists of two towns, the upper and lower and a walled fortification surrounds the old city, where the beet resi SLANDS OF THE 8T. LAWRENCE. I dences are located. A rugged Igrim looking citadel is located on the highest point in the city and not far from it is situated that beautiful hotel "Chateau lYon tenao," unique in character and design and a very nobla adjunct to so grand a spot. In all its phases; in the approach by the river; in the departure; from the citadel, the Terrace or from the chateau, looking down on the houses and ships and across to Levis and out on the winding riv er toward the sea; in the narrow precipitous stairs and streets and queer old crannies built against the cliff; in its history and peo ple; its old time battlements,walls and gates?there is nothing like steamer "Montreal" csed by us it id the wor d or new quaint old Quebec. One of the peculiar features 01 this part of Canada is the various chapels and shrines that are lo cated all over it and each are no ted for imaginary cures and mir acle?, pyramids of crutches and fanatical, though apparently silly belief. They tell you, with evi dent sincerity that a look at some object they hold sacred will cnre anything from bald head to cornB; restore limbs that have long been amputated and even make politi cians sincere in their promises. The one chiefly noted for this line of pecsliar treatment and that great pilgrimages are yearly made to is St. Anne de Beaupre. St. Anne de Beanpre is the place par excellence in Canada for the cure of all manner of in curable afflictions. Tbey have carloads of crutcbcs of rheuma tics and paralytics wooden legs of men who went there with one leg and came out with two, and the only thing we failed to see in the catalogue of hnman misfortunes was a wooden head that a fellow traded for a good and useful one. Possibly he did not come to the shrine because if* he had conld not have beheld thafcpriceleea relic, a fragment of a bone of t^e arm of St. Anne. This a priest shows yon with great reverence, [t is in a sealed gold casket shap ed as a lady's forearm, and works miracles. No Saint in Canada is revered as is the good ?t. Anne. Another interesting sight is the Plains of Abraham where the memorable battle between the English and French was fought. A massive marble column marks j the spot where the gallaut Gen eral Wolfe fell and we visited the I npot where the brave French Gen eral Montcalm was killed also the Ursuline convent which contains his remains. We spent tb? enti re | day in and aronnd Quebec and ev ery moment of our time was given I to enjoying the many interesting ->pots there. The city is richer in historical lore than any city in the new world. Much of its his tory has to do with that of our country and in the early days of our nation our gallant soldiers} have carried the stars and stripes right into this most powerfully fortified city in America and it is here that the gallant American General Montgomery was killed while assaulting the place in the revolutionary war. Next week will concludo ourl aeries of articles on our trip. They have been written in haste with | no eftort at word painthig or em bellishment of any kind. They I simply depict a number of the be8tsightswe met with on our tour of eastern Canada. If they have proven of interest to our] readers it will be as great a pleas lire to us as it was to behold them I on our trip. Next week our ar ticle will treat of Montreal, Ot tawa aud a tew of the royal good I fellows we met and who.made] life really worth living, separate- ] ly from the mag ificeut city whore | they resided. [Concluded neit week.] Five Thousand For A Hug and Kiss. Five thousand dollars' worth I of shock is the bill of cost pre sented by Miss Anna Irene Sher man, of Fall River, Mass., to] George Simmons for a brief but vivid hug, with osculatory ac companiment deliveted while | buggy riding. Miss Sherman, who has enter-1 | ed suit in the superior court offers evidence which tends to show that either Mr. Simmons lacked the necessary skill to execute the | peripatetic hug or that the tradi tions of buggy riding have under-1 gone a sudden change. The occasion was <he Fourth | of July and Miss Sherman still in her teens, and exceeding'y pretty, is willing to admit provo cation, but she demands financial! atonement for the hug, Mental! and phy ical cruelty she calls it. When she rebelled?he had ta-1 ken away her breath at first and j she conldn'tspeak?he kept right | on. She remonstrated a second I time, but Mr. Simmons who I thought he knew the girls, was] too much occupied to reply. Th en Bhe fought, whereupon, she as serts, he slapped her and pnlled her hair. She escaped and ran back home and has kept on being] shocked ever since. Simmons is a man of wealth I ' I and his reputation as a hugger is now at stake. A suspension bridge with a floor of plate glass is just about] completed over the G rand Canyou I of the Arkansas River in Colora do. The gorge is ^the deepest in t he Rockies;the floor of the bridge is 2,600 feet above the river, and a mile and a half above sea level. The largest shark on record was recently captured at San Pe dro Bay, Cal. The monster meas ured 32 feet in length and weigh ed 14,000 pounds. The mouth horizontally was 2? feet wide and vertically 3J. So far as known the next largest shark ever cap tured was only 22 feet long. When married to a young wo man a mountain guide down Sooth took out $1,500 life insur ance. Next day a rattlesnake bit him, and a few days later the wid ow wrote her friend as follows: "Bill pant away yistdy. Loss full covered.by insurance. When did you first become ac quainted with yonr husband? j The first time I asked him for money after we were married. | A little widow with a dimple is a dangerous thing. Why Qaarrel At AUT Tiife is too short for quarrels. Oar time ahonld be spent in let ting oar d?u ones kaow how maob we love them i a steed of baiting ?hem by ankind word*. ^Qaerrela oom i easily enough without yonr going half-way to meet them. :/^l! Don't quarrel with any on* if yon oan poaaibly help it. On* quarrelsome member of a house hold oan poison the entire bom* ^tmoephere. Q larrels between aiaten or brothers and sisters are only too freqient. A little patieno* and forbeartuaoe are all that is naoas sary to atop them. If you see that a oertain topio trrltalea your sister, avoidit If poaaible. Keep away from people's pet abomimtiona, avoid subjaots th*y ire sensitive about Remember that "Many go forth in the morning who .have never oome baok at night," and never let any of your dear one* go off in the morning with bard feelings between you and them. There ia no pain equal to th*t if being unabls to forgive beoans* it is too late. It is only ngly, stubborn pride that keeps yon from asking or granting forgiveness. And don't qaarrel with yonr friends, beoaoee they won't pat np with it, and some fine day yon will awake to the faot that yon have no frienda. There ought to be a law against some of onr yonng galoots sparking and marrying before they hav* ont all their teeth. Nine-tenths of th* unhappy marriagea are the reeult of green human oalvea being allow ed to rnn at large in the eooiety pvstures without sny yokes on them. They rairry and hav* ohiidren before they have inns tiohes; they are the father of twins before they are the proprie t ?ra of two pair of pants. Tim* enough for tbeae young bantam* when they have raised money enough to buy a buodle of lath* to build a ben house. Bat they ?ee a ounning girl, and are afraid there are not going to be enongh to go around, and before they are are aware they are bitohed for lif*. J. M. Wright is ^at Point PleSs aut posting himself on goods and prices of the wbolessle grooery at that plaoe, for whioh house h* will bit the patha leading to Ripley in a few days. The Herald is snr* Mr. Wright's traveling will prove good both for bis health and th* business of his employes* ? Jaokaon Herald. The Cztr is advertized to en gage in a peaoe oonfereno* with E-nperor William and K'ng Ed ward. If newspaper report* are to be relied upon, hia' royal Cztrship Had better hold a peaoe oonfereno* with about aeven eights of hi* ?ubj?ots. An attempt ia being made sino* the death of Hage to prov* a oon nec ion betweoa million* and longevity. Rockefeller ia 67, Mor gan and Carnegie 69, Hettie (ireen 71. Bat if the poeeeeeion of for tunes like theirs is to be an es sential qualification for old ag* most of us will die young. Let the doliar bills come. The silver dollar is a nuisance. The person with a few cartwheels about his clothes feels as though he were carrying about a whole mint of mo ley. A small, flat pocketbook will carry all the dol lar bills the ordinary citizen has at one time, and not make his pocket look like those -usually possessed by a small boy during the green apple season. Buys farm, yonng man. No matter how small it mayJbe, boy a farm and prepare it so that yonr land will provide yon a living. Twenty years from now th* man who owns bis farm will be inde pendent and will have at his com mand the means livelybood. Th* expansion for mannfaotur* oan not go on forever and there will oom* a day in this country, as thars bss others, when tbe supply will exoeed the demand and tbe only ooonpa tion will be farming Boy a farm while one may be bad. Justice Thomas united Roy F. Rood and Zellie Sidere in' mar riage in the office of the Probate Judge Wednesday morning. The happy young conple were from West Virginia.?Gallipolia Jour nal, 5J9th. When Bings told bis wif* fa* admired a steel trap beoana* it shot up, a oold oslmmin? s*ttlsd down over tb* dom?tie of th* household.