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PIJIII.IHUEK AT Sequachec, Marion County, Tenn. KVKItY Til V USD AY. HILL fe SON, ElHTOKS A Nil I'lTItl.ISIIKHS Subscription Price, 50c a Year in Advance; t3T" Vows and a'l vortlslng mutter to se cure insertion must bo handed in before 12 o'clock each Wednesday, or it may bo too Into for publication. Thk Nkws will not be responsible for the opinions of lis correspondents, nor for signed communications, and nothing will bo considered for publication whlcb Is not accompanied by the real name of the writer not for publication, but as an evidence of gooa lattn. THURSDAY, May 10, 1907. Answer to Tom Carrick's Attack on Socialism in Mrs. Grundy of May 2nd. Hoods Sarsctparilla is unquestiona bly the greatest blood and liver medicine known, it positively and permanently cures every humor, irom Piracies to Scrofula. It IS the Best Blood Medicine. tJlutuxU department. GEO. W. LEWIS Arent. 7V organ n a to ' incut not what the truth may be, I till it as 'twas told to nu. Editor News: To begin with I wish to say that "Mrs. Grundy" is unfair, having denied me the privilege of answering his tirade through her columns. Now, let us analyze some of his rot, He compares "Socialist" as the equivalent of "Anarchist." Anar chist is one that objects to any form of government. All intelligent Social ists. and this includes Debs, Maples, and Wavland, maintain that we should not only have laws governing people but also laws governing industry, ho cialists advocate justice to all men and special privileges to none. We desire to establish a real genuine democracy, in which the mitutive and referen dum would make it possible for the peoplo to make theii own laws under which they live. This is not the case at present. Neither has it ever been fully practiced when our government was in control of either the Kepubhcan or the Democratic parties. We Social ists, in name only seek to establish i cooperative government, in which all the labor saving machinery of the present-day, steam and electricity, etc., shall be used for the benefit of all the people, instead of a few million aires. We want organized armies for construction, instead of destruction. We don't want armies to load ns and our families into box cars, and ship us away from our homes as was done in Colorado. Socialists stand for a system of gov ernment under which it will be impos sible for the President to sell out, hence will have no incentive to be a liar and a traitor, which others besides Debs say he is, 'Harriman, for in stance. In conclusion I wish to say that if the supreme court of the U. S. is one - of the institutions of our father's that Mr. Carrick spoke of, then God deliver me from them. For the supreme court of this nation to decide that kidnap ping was legal, as it did in its fancy language, is enough to shame Lafitte, the pirate. The fact is the time hon ored institution of our fathers have been perverted, much as Christ found the-temple wen cast out the mon ey changers nd said: "You have ..Jl'nade mv father's" house a den of thieves." I have not seen where George Wash- lsrnton was called a their by Debs in the "Appeal" or "Rip Saw.' and I challenge "Old Tom" to produce it. He says "Socialists are the sour kraut of America." That is the only truth in his article. Sour kraut is trood for vour health. Eat it. No, forget, here is another. He says, "I am not a Socialist." No. thank the , Lord, he isn't. It would be a disgrace to the nartv if be was. Hoping that this article won't hurt anyone s feelings except tuose wno ' justly deserve.it, I am a Socialist, who stands for truth and justice. ED ADAMS, Meeks, Tenn. Hicks Chapel. Special to the News. Trying to farm is the order of the day. Farmers up here are alwut to get over the scare about "the army worms as they are about alldead, but they killod several acres of grass be fore they died. James Bonds and Ervin Pickett were seen going down the road the other day. Henry and Byron Pickett visited Will Brock Saturday night. Henry says that he would like to hang his hat on Mr. Brock's sheep's horn. We were sorry to hear that Thomas Graham's chickens were eating T. L. Vandergriff's rails. Better try corn on them as rails are not good for chick ens. ;Lee Grayson still hangs his hat on Thomas Graham's gate post. .Tnsis Pickett savs Foster Powell is the nrettiest bov in Needmore. Was glad to hear that G. W. White is able to fill all his fruit orders as ye writer would like to buy 500 bushels and we know of another party who wants some. Can't tell why it is that Mr. White has so many peaches unless it is because he uses a sprayer. Sam Lavmon and Anson Grayson visit .Hm Hollowav every few days. John Hollowav savs if anybody wants their nictures taken call at his office. There was some shooting near Hugh Smith's Saturday night. Some boys had started to Jim Ridge's to a party, and being loaded with pistols and hav ing tor) much of Betterton s Worst, thev got to shooting and one fellow irot badlv s hot in t he arm. lho one who was shot was John ricKeu, a man with a familv. A man by the name of Foster Powell did the shooting. We h am that the shooting was accidental. The doctors say that Pickett will have to have his arm taken off. We are sorry that the shooting occured. It is awful bad as Pickett is a man with a familv. Bovs. don't take pistols or liquor with you anywhere as they will get you into trouble, it cioes iook like the Sheriff would furnish a depu ty over here as there is always some body violating the law. John Bonds and Ervin Pickett visit ed Brit Thomas Sunday. Henry Pickett made his regular trip to Dock Griffith's Sunday. John Boman made his regular call on the Ridsre Sunday. Bob Barnett visited Jule Pickett Sunday. Pleas French and family visited Jule Pickett Sunday. Robert Pickett visited homefolks Saturday. Joe Reel and family visited G. W. White Sunday. If you want to see Jim Pickett smile ask him who rode his mare Sunday. Bill Powell and his girl and dogs had their pictures taken Sunday. James Williams got very badly hurt Saturday while loading hay in Jule Pickett's barn. As Jule Pickett and J. W. Williams were throwing hay out of the loft a bale of hay fell on the old man's head, knocking him down and hurting his neck. Your Aunt. Rev. S. S. Kreger preached last Sunday at Red Hill at 11 a. m. Miss Dora Shelton, of Sulphur Spring, was in the city last Thursday shopping. Dr. McNabb, of Meigs County, was in the city last week, visiting his son, Dr. O. F. McNabb. The army worm is destroying grass, wheat, etc. Dave Holloway has already lost a fine field of grass, also J. J. Dykes. A serious shooting affray is said to have taken place near the iron bridge Saturday night, in which John Pick ett, Jr., was shot by Foster Powell. Particulars have not yet been received. A house lielonging to D. T. Layne was burned to the ground Thursday. It was on the mountain and known as the Richard Rigby house. At the time of the burning it was occupied by Mrs. Nancy Copeland. Someone tried to force their way in to tho residence of Win. Graham Wed nesday night of last week. AH the men were away and only Mrs. Graham and her daughters, Mrs. Sanders, were at home. The screams of the ladies at tracted the attention of neighbors and the would-be intruders fled. Robbery is thought to have been the object of the intruders. last Emmet Foust moved to Dayton Monday. Two army officers were in the city Saturday, recruiting for the army. It is thought that John Pickett's arm, which was badly shattered hatur day night by Foster Powell, will have to be amputated. It seems that the old practice of shooting bullbats of an evening is re vived. Better look ont for the game warden. John C. Ealr left Tuesday of last week for Bookoaha, Indian Territory, where he owns some lots of land. He expects to le gone ahont a month. D. T. Layne, C. C. Shirley and E. P. Taylor left Monday morning for Nashville to attend the meeting of the Grand Lodge of tho K. of P. which met Tuesday morning. Next Sunday will be observed as children's Day at the M. E. Chnrch, south. An entertainment will be giv en at night. An elaborate program has leen prepared. Everybody is in vited to come. WHITESIDE. Special to the News. Sam Flemming visited homefolks at Sale Creek Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Perkins is to leave Tuesday morning for a visit to her mother at Doyle, Tenn. Miss Pearl Brazil! and Jennie Doyle called on the Misses Doyle Friday af ternoon. Dave Long and Henry Stansbery, of Chattanooga, visited homefolks Sun day. Misses Bettie Pryor and Lula Ander son visited the former's parents at Jas per Saturday and Sunday. G. S. Williams, of Chattanooga vis ited home folks Sunday. Mrs. J. J. Anderson and children are visiting in Chattanooga. Rev. Hatfield attended the funeral of Miss Rena Alexander of Guild, Monday. Mrs. D. F. Hale visited her parents at Guild. Sunday. H. C. Adkins made a flying trip to Shellnionnd Sunday. Mr. Bnrkhalter, of Chattanooga, vis itnd friends here Sunday. Miss Ada Cross is visiting friends and relatives in Chattanooga. Jim Daffron, of the N. C. & St. L. R'y., visited friends here Sunday. H. L. Lontr. who has been in.lispos ed for the past two weeks, is able to resume work with the Oliver, Gnnter Homier Dovle. who is engaged with Oliver, Gunter & Co., visited honn folks Saturday niuht and Sunday. The young folks of this place spent Sunday evenintr at Nickoiack cave. Tlier went, down at two o'clock, took supner and returned at night. All re rt ,i time. The crowd consist ,l of Mi was Mav Roberts, Sallie Tit i..n.,i Flemininir. Julia Doyle. porl Mfu naliery. Mav Strawn, Pearl nr,iii Jennie Dovle, Lizzie Long iwtha TVivle. Mvrtle Strawn, Beadie nau.rv MesTs. R. L. Dossett t.i ii,.;n Milt Dovle. Rov Brsr.ill u.,r stunsberv.. Dave Long, Brad iwiJ Thev were chaperoned by Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Price. Hobo, We have examined carefnlly corres pondence from Empire. Ala., signed "May Flowers" and "Old Boy," and ...'ut.rfrDin Delphi by "Lonely They Work for TheirJown. C. F. Schofield and A. A. LeSueur, of Bridgeport, Ala., are active work ers for the growth of their town. Thev in coniunction with Huntsville and Birmingham capitalists, have formed the Bridgeport Realty & Trust Co., and are pushing forward actively for tho further development of the town. They have secured control of a large amount of property, including several fine business blocks, J!0 or 40 residences and about 2,000 lots in Bridgeport, which they are offering for sale. Earnest effort is being made to interest new enterprises to locate in the town. Both men are hustlers from the word go. The Booster's Club, of Bridgeport, is also a distinctive feat ure of the town and perhaps is better known than any other organization. When a town has nn organization of intelligent, public-spirited men, who work hand in hand for its improve ment, it is hard to keep it down, and Bridgeport should now keep on the move. CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of tho disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional dis ease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts di rectly on the blood ana mucous surfac es. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by ono of tho best physicians in this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of tho best tonics know n, combined with tho best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two in gredients is what produces such wond erful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CllKNEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by alldrugsrists, 7.1c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. WHITWELL. Special to 'he News. Sunshine is the order or the day. Miss Birtie Colston, of Shellmound, visited Miss Florence Snow. Miss Josie Smith called on Mary Jordan Sunday. Willie Ridge, of Looney s Creek, was seen going down in town riding Sun day. Miss Florence Snow called on Mrs. Jack Bailey Sunday. Miss Emily Bailey, ot Kossville. Ga., visited Miss Florence Snow Sat urday and Sunday. If anyone wants to see Jiiss liertie Colston smile just name Bob Hames. If you want to see Miss Florence Snow smile just name Ed Grimes. Come on, "Hollyhock," of Red Hill. I like to read your pieces. It certainly is too bad for Jim Pick ett to join the army. Mrs. Tom Snow was caned to the bedside of her sister, Mrs. G. W. Mercier. Miss Florence Snow and her fellow had their pictures made. Miss Grace Bailey was all smiles Saturday when her sister and brother- in-law came in. Miss Florence Snow said she would like to hear from Ruth Turner, of Dun- lap, Mrs. Maggie ioung and husband are visiting friends and relatives in Whitwell. If you want to see Icie Mosgrove smile just name Jim . Pickett. Ed Grimes was all smiles Saturday. Guess he saw his best girl. A certain girl said Willie Ridge was sure pretty. She said she wished she could beat that girl's time. Miss Florence Snow said Irene V an- dergriff was pretty and she would like to beat some gin s time. Hunting tsoy. Relief from Rheumatic! Pains. I suffered with rheumatism for over two years," says Mr. Rolland Curry, a patrolman, of Key West Fla. 'Sometimes it settled in my knees and lamed me so I could hardly walk, at other times it would be in my feet and hands so I was incapacitated for duty. One night-when I was in se vere pain and lame from it my wife went to the drug store here and came back with a bottle of Chamberlain s Pain Balm. I was rubbed with it and found the pain had nearly gone during the night. I kept on using it for a lit tle mre than two weeks and I found that it drove the rheumatism away. I have not had any trouble from that di sease for over three months. For sale by Juo. W. Simpson. If vou don't get larly, kick about it. the News regu- New Hope. Special to the Newt. Visiting seems to be the order here. If you don't believe farming and visit ing tne order read the following. James Bailey has planted nearly all of his crop and has some ready to plow over. W. H White has about 30 acres to plow over Miss Carrie Thomas called on Lester Pickett Sunday evening Miss Ella Graham was out horseback riding Sunday Elijah Reel and Joe Grayson were in Whitwell Saturday James Williams and Electa French were out walking Sunday eve William Penn called at P C. Gray son's Sunday. Ansel Grayson still hangs his hat on Bill Brock's cow horn. Henry .Pickett tilled his regular ap pointment at Squire Reel s Sunday, W. K. Grayson says he is going to move his office to Whitwell Tom Defur passed through here en route to Whitwell Saturday afternoon. Steve rickett still hangs his hat on Jim Brimer's co.w horn. Pleas French and James R. Williams and wife passed through hore en route to Chattanooga Saturday. Ansel Brock went to see his best girl and also called on Julius Pickett Sun day. Sarah Brock called on Miss LouPick ett. Miss Avie Williams was here Monday. Miss Carrie Brown called to see her sister, Annie Grayson, Monday even ing. Uncle Sam, Tatesville. Special to the News. The last few days has been fine weather, but the most of this month up to the 11th has been cloudy and raining. Will Davis was in town and reported that on the morning of the 5th there was plenty of frost in Lick Skillet. A terrible hail storm struck at J. L, White's last Friday night and it agita ted him so he only slept about one hour. The following were in town during the last week from the pocket shop ping: Mrs. Charlie Ramsay, Mrs. Cranshaw, Alfred Jaekor, Isaiah Layne, Mrs. Roy Lane, Mrs. Floyd and Shade Green, ."Old Blue was in town after some of the necessities of life. Mrs. Jackson Tate, from Gruetli, was in town. Also Angie, George and Callie Ross. R. J. White went to Altamont and returned same day. Yank Lane was in town. Watchman Tired Mothers. It's hard work to take care of children and to cook, sweep, wash, sew and mend besides. Tired mothers should take Hood's Sarsapa- rilla it refreshes the blood, improves the ap petite, assures restful sleep. DUNLAP. Special to the Nnvt. Plavinir ball and playing tb is the order of the day. Jessie Brewer has to get dp ; . 1. 1 i . stump to spit uvr ins collar. Jim Kej and Fred Long went Chattanooga today. Wiley Rogers and wire are visitim? friends at Whitwell. Ploas Nandergnff and Henrv Hamii. ton attended chnrch Sunday night. Mrs. Jane iane is visiting friends at Victoria. Ask Miss Myrtle Ashburn and (lil- liert Smith how they enjoyed them selves Sunday. Pleas Vandergriit said he was minir to order a car load of horse shoes to hang up in the house for good luck. Frank Vanderrgiff is learning to sew on the machine. Misses Ellie lnrner and Cynthia Rolmrson were ont walking Sunday. Mrs. Clemons vlsittd Mrs. Brewer yesterday. Mr. roweu visiseci ins uanghtr Sun day. Miss Becky Perkins was all smiles Sunday evening. Pleas vandergrm said he wanted a mess or rneu cmcKen. tie said it wouldn't take very many--just ten or twelve. Mrs. Williams and daughter have come to Harris Knight's to live. Lawrence Lane is dealing in fine stock and poultry. Ida Houts sure likes wild salad. Esta Hamilton said she liked lettuce and onions. Yon ought to hear little Harris Knight sing. Pleas Vandergriit said ho was found ered on fish. Alvie Key has gone to Clifty on a visit. Jane Lane, you ought to come back to the mountain. Jesse Brewer has got a new log wag on. Jessie minus ne is a man. Ho will be 14 years old tomorrow. Jack James has been on the sick list this week. Mrs. John Sexton says she has a mess of turnip salad. Johnie Land had a .iiile on his face as long as your arm Sunday. Jim Carlton went hunting and re turned yesterday and killed one rabbit on his journey. Lawrence .bane visited his sister Sunday. Mason Land had a smile on his face Sunday as long as the incline rope Frank vundergritt nan a smile on his face as long as poplar tree. Miss Minnie Dobbins was all smiles Sunday. Mrs. Vandergriit is singing, "When the roll is called up yonder I'll be there. ' ' Frank Vandergriffsays Minnie Dob bins is the prettiest girl on the moun tain. Mrs. Sexton called on Mrs. Foster Monday. Frank v andergrifl has a two-story collar and a three-room pair or shoes. Henry Hamilton is still on the sick list. Mrs. Knight has been sick Mr. Vandergriff said he was a little man. He weighs 'iw pounds and nust wants to get to U.0 and stop. Come on, "Rough and Ready." I would love to hear from Georgia Northcut through the News as she is my old friend. We used to live close together at rog Town. Henry Hamilton is going to eat on ions until his mind changes. There is going to be a big dinner at Union Chapel next month. Everybody come an bring their dinner. Mrs. Eliza Jane Foster said if there was anything she loved it was more salad and corn bread. Estil Sexton was with his best girl Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Sexton has planted a lot of beans this morning. She is expect ing John to work. All of the New Town people are late in gardening. Darling. PETR0S. Special to the News. m. illiams was wnonsly hurt by slat Friday. Mrs. J. H. Rogers culled on Mrs. J. M. IVostain Sunday. Miss Beatrice Bedford culled on Mint 's Annie and Lillio Hogrrs Sunday. Walter Bedford called on Marshall Rogers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. lV.tnin eal)el on Mrs. J. M. Bostaiu Snndav. J. 11. Rogers called on A. M. Bos- iin Sunday. Mama's face is grimy. Papa's face is hard, ' All the family's busy Fixing up the yard.' Annie swings the shorel, Marshall runs the rake, liella's broke her shoestring Pulling up a stake. Here welant the pansies, Over there ths phlox, Ours shall be the prettiest luwm In half a dozen blocks. Long Hlsmt vacation Everybody knows We shall have a mighty crop Of every weed that grows. But never mind the futtmv This i our reward, The early hope that thrills s Fixing lip the yard. Our Sunday school is progressing nicely. April VJ we hud 10:r students. Th school children from Jasper will bo home next week. Red Rose. Orme. Special to the News. aria weather is tho order of the day. l'mfessor Wilsou and Miss Adelle Porter called to "hear Mr. TnrnbuM's graphophone Monday evening. Mrs. lollie Sanders is in the city visiting her mother, Mrs. M. Landers. John Geer has returned after a month's absence, having been working at Wylam, Ala. Misses Olhe and Bessie Troxal were visiting Mrs. Turnbull Snnduy even ing. Mr. Dixon preached his regular ser mons on Sunday. Mr. Parkam has arrived to take the place of Mr. Ervin in our store. J. Rowe, Geo. Surtees and D. Turnbull were down the track looking; at the waterfalls Sunday evening. Mansel Smith is still on our sick ilst. The I. O. R. M. ho'd their regular meetings on odnesday evenings of each week. Will Wilson was visiting down the cove Sunday. Red Man. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR ' ' Relieves Colds bv working: thern out of the system through a copious and healthy action of the bowels. Relieves Coughs by cleansing the mucous membranes of the throat, chest and bronchial tubes. "As pleasant to the taste as Maple Sugar" Children Like It For sale by J. W. Simpson, Jasper.Tenn; r PROGRAM KbiloreiU'D ay exercises Olbitwcil m. e. Church, soatb, may 19, w p. m. Opening Song, Prayer, closing with Lord's Prayer in concert Hible Heading, Song by class. Introductory Dialogue, ' Song by Primary Class, Recitation, "Greeting," Song of the Harpers "Let Us Crown Him." Acy Layne. "Can a Little Child Like Ale." Leila Layne, llessie Beach. "Jesus Bids TJs Shine." Pauline Duke, CASTOR 1 A Tor Infants and Childreii. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature NOTICE. I will be at Jasper on Monday of each week. All parties desiring den- 1 tal orkv ill p'.ce ell at the Hughes Bov" for signature of writers and have 1 Ioue. I will be in Sequacbee on tbe X. H. MOORE. Dentist. Rea-1 the News, only 5 cents. discovered none. e mnst Know wno communication before we This rule is absolute. writes a print it Recitation, Recitation, Recitation, Song, Recitation, Recitation, Recitation, Pantomime, Short Talk, Recitation, (iiKxl Night, Part I By Six Children. Part II By Primary Children. "My First Errand," Mitchell. Cowan. "You Put No Flowers on My Papa Grave," Pearl Coggins. "A Message from the Flowers,' Lecta Ross. "Do Not Cliase Away the Sunbeams." "A Little Pilgrim,' "I Love Vou All," "Little Jack," "Nearer, Mv Our OrTennj,'" Benediction. Leila Layne Belle Ross Winnie Layne. hy Pastor. Vesta Harris. Lera Kreger, DUNLAP. Special to the Neius. Pitching horse shoes and searching for flowers is the order of the day. 1 saw Alartba .Layne and Eva Myers going to the' mountain searching for flowers. Hope they will have a nice time. If you want to know how far it is from Cole City to Dunlap "just ask Stonewall Myers. He says he knows the way and just how many miles it is. W. L. Layne still deals in fine chick ens. 1 saw him coming from JJunlap Friday with two fine chickens on his shoulder. Jake Myers went fishing Saturday and caught a minnow about six inches long. Miss Addie Dykes seems awful well pleased since she got a new fence around her house. None of us Dunlan folks like this cattle raw. We don't know what to do with our cattle unless we tie them to a tree. Eva Myers said Roily Dykes was the nrettiest boy in Dunlap. ask joe Ariedge how he likes fried eggs and watch him smile. W. L. Layne has gone to hunt his cow. She has been gone several days. Mrs. Jake Myers is visiting Mr. Ex- nm today. Andy Johnson has changed his em ployment and is working for the Southern Steel Company and he wears a reu cap. Tom Kilgore and Ed Grimes went to Whitwell on a big hunt, and came back just as tbey went only they look ed worse. Arthur Smith and Robert Myers are into tne ground squirrel business. Pity ns, writers, Dunlap is the lone somest little town. There is no Sun day school and no church near us. We iut sit at home in despair. We have been here eight months and haven't lieen to church since we came. Roily Dykes is going into the chicken ousiness. .tie went to town iriuav and bought a fine chicken. I saw Ben Hickey coming from town whipping 111s horse with his tune book. Since ho has got to visiting Mr. Cope's house he iioesn t take time to get switch. He just whips his horse with ms time nook. I heard a certain lxy say he would like to hang his hat on Jake Mvers gate 1 ot. but he was afraid of the Id ladv. ls valley girls are going to takt trip to Seiinachee in a short while to attend a nice picnic l"nif on, yon Etna writers. I like to hear from yon. Common. Whitwell friends. I enjoy reading your letter. Sad UirL 3W HAYES5 Healing Honey It has no equal for curing COUGHS, GOLDS, HOARSENESS and WHOOPING COUGH. Tak no other. A 8TRON0 TESTIMONIAL. "I am 66 Tenn old. I hnve aulfrred with a cough for forty years. I have Used nearly every cough remedy on tbe market. I have never UHed a couith yrup that benefitted me bo much sa Hayrs' Hwamnq Honey. It is truly a grand medicine." JIns. W. N. I.EVAN, Paducab, Ky. Price 2 cents a bottle at your druggist. Money Lack if not pertectly satisfied. SHOFFNER-HAYBS CO., Inc., Paducah, Kentucky. "Houghton Qualify" I I REAR VIEw! j I I W Style No. 70 k I The Trainer's Friend Cj V -. Tbe Matinee Ftvorite - ij REAR VIEW. Style No. 70 The Trainer's Friend -. Tbe Matinee Favorite tt e Ten Shies in Racing Vehicles Ten Styles in Pleasure Vehicles O ml a log mf much or both. THE MOST MODERN PLANT IN THE WORLD asaunts Int rHlCE. INK. I4JL munnfUTny ini RUUBfllUHuarAiT, .MARION,