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ThEMAOND-AILYMntlWNi, " TBOltiDAY, OCTOBBlt ;J05iM7.''
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IIQ FOUR ROUTE
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No. 17 ...." 0:40 am
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No. 27 2:00 pm
No. I (.. :32 PM
He. b 7:30 m
Ha. It ............ lt:4l ub
No. 41 12:17 pm
Ho. 1U m i:27 pm
Ko. 41 7:26 pm
Ko. M 11:14 pm
All train dally axeeai local and
Hm..' and 10.
L. . NBBBRQAUS, ,
t t Xlektt Aaval.
noBit Home 249; Bell 177;
Xffsct Jan. 1, 1907.
For. further tnformatloa rtardfn
trains), call lnfonnatioa pirntor,
Noil 10, Chautattqua Ex. .12:30 atr
No 8, New York Ex.. 5:40 am
No. 12 8:60 am
No. 4, Vestibule Limited 0:15 pm
.No. 16 Accommodation 12:52 pm
No. 22 arrives 5:20 pm
O. . DIVISION.
ffo. 14 11:20 pm
Daily except Sunday and legal
holidays carries passengers, but no
baggage between Hammond and
No. 9, Chicago Express 12:45 am
No. 3, Vestibuled Limited 10:54 am
No. 11 4:25 pm
No. 21 7:00 am
No. 7, Pacific Express 11:00 pro
BOUTH AND CINCINNATI.
No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 4m
No. 8,Veslibuled Limited 10:59 am
No, 11 4:25 pm
Daily Dally axeegt Sunday.
That's the number of hours
Marion is from the Exposition
Ha. the Hocking Valley route.
Choice of TWENTY-NINE
different routes direct (via
Washington, Petersburg, Phil
adelphia or Baltimore), or
Tia New York.
10 DAY LIMIT....
60 DAY LIMIT.... $23.75
SEASON TICKET.... 28.50
Sickets on sale daily to
The Jewel of Forgiveness.
Nothing is niuro moving to man
tbari the spectacle of reconciliation;
oiir weaknesses aio tints Indemnified
and are not too costly, being (lie
price1 we pay for the hour of forgive
ness; and the archangel wlio has
nover felt anger has teason to envy
the liiafi who sublines It. When thou
forglvest, tho innn who bus pleiced
thy heait stands to theo In the rala-'
tion of the sou-worm that peiforate3
the. shell of tho mussel, which
strdlghtwny closes tho womiil with a
1 Jxuvl ,
Por the fnlle show a
fihe line of Waliaps
compritJing a larghvhf
patterns in all graded rwr
5 up to the fine imported
! ftCllilllEN IROS
.. .IS- Mk. - 7..
Wft. TC .. -UBLl-,;
JU9sajX t til
SECOND GAME. Or WORLD'S
WbN BY A 6CORE OF 3 TO I.
fVlullin and Pfeltter Were the Plieheri
The Bate Runhlng 6f the Chi
cago and Rossman's batting
Were the Features.
Chicago, Oct. 10. The Chicago Na
tional league team defeated the Do
troit pennant Illinois bt the Amerl
can league in thu second game of the
selles for tho world's championship
Wednesday. Score wat ' to 1. Slow
pitching and several flight' accidents
(jdtiscd tho contest to drag out oer
The local team discarded the new
gray uniforms In which they nppenred
Tuesday, appearlng'in their soiled and
worn white home uniforms. The
change seemed to put them more nt
euse and also apparently benefited
the Detroit player's, fbr both tenuis
played more steadily than on the
opening day. After the first four aud
a half innings had dragged through
nn hour hud nr minutes some sjmrk
ling fielding nhd Bh'arp hittlhg Kvful
base running hastened the game to ah
Mullln and PJeister were tho pitch
ers and I'nyno went behind the bat In
place of Schiuldt. Otherwise the
teams lined up as on the preceding
day. Schmidt's retirement was due id
his lnnccufnte throwing, but in this re
spect the chnnge brought small lni
Orowmenr. nft the live stolen linflpS
( credited to the lot-al team testify.
Plajihg cpntlltions were Improved
for the second game, the crowd mini
bellng 21,901 as hgalnst over 24,000
Tuesday', while wrihu sunshine and
the nbsl(,fide' of' thei ,bhlll bree of
ine iirsi nay Kcpi.npectaiors ana piaj
ers In more comfoit.
KoEsman, wnoso Hitting was tne
Teal feature of tho contest, scored the
first run of the gnihe In the second
Chicago tied the score in Its half of
tho inning; Kline, IiverS ami Scluihc
singled in mic cession, tilling tho buses
with none out. Then Tinker, diew u
base on balls, I ore hit,' Kltng homo.
Right there Mullln suddenly, legaliied
control of his etirves, stiiklug out
Pfflster and Single, while the be.st
Sheckdrd could do was a puny
grounder to Sch.tefer.
In each of the'' ne.xt three Innings
Detroit batsmen reached Ilrht base with
none out. but poor base running and
the Inability of the following bats
men to llild openings In the Chlcuga
defense stopped the embryonic tullle(i.
The winning runs cumo In the
fourth. TlnkerV hit bounded off
Mullln's glove. He went to second on
a sacrifice and stole third. O'Lenry
fumbled Single's grounder, Tinker
scoring. Single stole second und cnfno
tho rest of tho way on 3h?c':ard's two
base hit past first base. After Cbunte
had popped nut Sheckurd was caught
trying to steal third. '
After that fabt fielding prevented
further scoring. O'l.eary cut off two
hits by marvelous stops und tin own in
the fifth nnd repeated the feat In the
sixth. Sheckard calight a low My off
his shoe tops in the seenth ami the
threo Detroit runners who reached
first base weie cut down by Kllng's
The teahiB will piay hero again to.
day and then, unless a postponement
or tie game Intervenes, will move to
Detroit for two gnmes, returning heio
The receipts for yesterday's game,
as announced by Secretary Uruce. of
the National baseball commission,
were $2o',i:iO. Tho playeis will re
ceho $l-l,'-"2.20 and each club Is en
riched to the extent of $1.7o0.40. The
national commission gets the rest,
If books or papeis are kept too long
In a closed, dark bookcase, they will
have book mites In them. When ths
is noticed the books should be taken
out, laid In the sdn and cleaned. Wash
tho shelves and saturate every cornor
with oil of cedar, which will dilve
them away. It is necessary to get rid
of these mites, for often they get Into
furniture and have destroyed 'many
valuable pictures. Put a teuspooiiful
of the oil in a basin of wutcr, wring a
cloth out of it and wipe the backs and
edges of the books. Ho careful to look
through the binding at the back of
tlio books, for this Is where they are
Coeoinut Milk for Burns.
''The milk of a fresh cocoanut is
iho finest remedy, on earth for, burns,"
eald Antonio Ullardl of Now Orleans.
"Several years ago I happened to be In
Central America shipping fruit to the
United States. While there I first
learned that the cocoanut milk was
the very best medicine In case of bad
burns. In a severe case where the
flesh is so badly burned thai it sloughs
away from the bono the cocoanut: milk
will relieve the pain und stops the In
flammation. 1 knew many people In
Central America who had used the
milk for burns and pronounced It ex
cellent." Shape of the Earth.
Children uted to be taught to say:
"Tho edrth Is round, like a ball."
This Is altogether too Inexact to suit
modern science. Prof. A. E. II. Love
of the Royal Society proposes the fol
lowing definition, which he regards
as "approximately" correct. Primary
teachers please copy: "The lltho
sphere Is an ellipsoid with three Un
equal axes, having Its surface do
formed accoidlng to the formula for
a certain degree, und displaced us a
whole relatively to thofgeoia.Mn the
direction toward southeaster!! Eu
rope." , N
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i The Best
CooUhe of the superior sort is vrhat evenMhmtei
wife strives to do, and it's the kind eyerlls-ife
, does who uses the genuine
ns.ntf eTer-reedy .helper ip oreparihg Im&JjkMl .
MaVlsfcbollrigand baklrtg ffiiquestionablybettet by
Improving the quality, appearance and delicacy. Two
- Ti . T. . . '...tl .......lii.ua 1h aii twintf nr
BUrcli-the itanilard of naallly
til for purity ! nneit lor
IUS1TCSO. All grutci,
OPENS HERE SATURDAY
Galion and Motion to Meet
on the Gridiron.
Both Teams o,re Round Into Condi
tion and a Hard Battle
There lmuld lie ome doings
w oi t!i while :il Webb park .Saturday
iitlerndon when the pip-skht chaei,s
nt Jim ion ud Gallon hitjli .chrtols
fjel together, ill tho enins frame
of lliu senMn in th'k city. The
teams are evenly matched, a fact
ndesU'd b- the game at Onlinii
I.T't Snttinlny which wns wmn by
that team by but two points.
Unfh tenjiK linvo juit in a lot of
hard wnik durinj; the present week
and will be in excellent form for
Salurdny'rt panics. Great posls
have been put up nt 'Hie i:irlc
which will make nu iileal placo for
foolb.ill piniPMlhis fall. It is- ex
iwetcd Unit a Inrjre crowd will nt
lend tho jenei' Sntutdny.
Sen nnrtnn tonight, V, M.
A CONFESSED BURGLAR
Chicago, Oct. 10. In a rcmarknblo
confession to the police, Mrs. Charles
.1. Romndka of Milwaukee, wlfo 'of
a millionaire manufacturer. ndmltn
that she was" lespoiiftlblo for n ser
ies of burglaries nnd petty thefts that
has baffled tho authorities for
Mrs. Ttomndlca's confession was the
latest development following her nr
rest for n robberv committed nt the
homo of r. R. Heck, when Jewelry
valued at more than $1000 was stolon.
She Implicated In her speculations a
negro. Albert .Tones, nnd n man
known as "Ralph Smith." The for
mer Is under nrrest and tho polloo arc
seal chlng for the latter.
DROWNS IN A JAR
Mt. Vernon. O., Oct. 10. -The 3
ear old child of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Tinnier, jr, whs drowned
i ins morning in n iii-jraiion jnr
wlucli had been placed near
spout to en Mi rain wnt6r.
child was playing nbtnit the
nnd fell in and wns discovered
til some, iimo nftonvnrds by
ALLEGED GRAFTERS WILL
BE ARRAIGNED, JAN. 27
irnni-buiy, Ia., Oct. i(). Tho
defendants in the cnpitol prosecu
tions will be niTnitined in the Daup-
nm county court lor tnnl .Inn
nct, Tins loto was nsreed upon
at a consultation of lawyers for
both .sides yesteidny nfteWon nnd
wto npproved bv .Indies Kinkel
'Cntiiif.el for tlio defenso then
formally entered pleas, thereby
wnivitifr all moves (or delay. Tho
defendant also renowed their bail
lrr 14io next teain of court.
WEDS HIS GRANDMOTHER
TO SAVE A FORTUNE
San Francisco, Del. 10. Tom
Hugh Alison oT Mnnilus, N. Y.,
who married his grandmothor is
heio on liis honeymoon. "Jfy
gfhnd fa titer, fir. IlniTum, or Roch
ester, wns a peppery old follow,"
rfiid he. "First Jio disinherited my
sister because fho mnnied a bar-'
her. This left mo his "wile, 'heir.
Ho decided to many, nil bough ho
was eighty years old, ilo keen mo
from inheriting; ,ihi estale, T did
not know it, but tlio girl lip pick
ed out wns my Mveet heart, only
seventeen years old. Slio derided
to lacceipt his: offer, In save it ho e,s
tnto for mo, That was nearly fix
ycais ago. Ho died year ago,
and ho young woman whom I
onjled grandmother became my wife.
r(a tatiss sail
for o?rt hair k ceatury. uB.
fterw uic. M""""1 ""
SON. 9weg; N. Y.
At Knights Terhplor Annual
OFFICERS ARE ELECTED
George McGuire Chosen
Grand CapUin of Guard.
Deputy Grand President C. C. Reid
of Delaware Visits Meeting of
the Local Eagles, '
Springfield, O., Ocf, 10. More than
200 delegates from .every part of tho
state attended the ahhuni conclave of
tho Grand Commnndory, Knlghta
Templar, In this city yesterday. Mt.
Vernon Commnndery came from Co
lumbus by special train nnd wns In
charge of Captain General W. C.
Wlkoff. There were about 100 mem
bers of this alrrimnndery, accom
panied by tho Fourth regiment band.
Palestine Commnndery of this city
acted ns escort to tho' Right Eminent
Grand Commander -Jphn 11. Gibson
Tho conclave opened at 8:30 and an
address of welcome whs .made hy
Senator Orah P. Hypps, oiuhthe re
sponse wns delivered by Denuiy Grand
Commander Rnlpli It Ricklfey., of Crf
lumbus. Cincinnati was selected as tho place
of meeting for next year.
Officers were elected ns follows:
Grand commnnder, Ralph IJ. Dlcklcy,
Columbus; deputy grand commander
Edmund n. Kin? , Sandusky; grand
generalissimo, Henry C. Dlmnnd
Charles P. Henry. -Marietta: grand
senior warden, .1. RiiBsell Johnston,
Dayton; grand Junior warden. Rev.
John M. Mills, Lima; grand prelate
Charles B. Mitchell: crnnrt treasurer.
LaFnyotto Lytic, Toledo: grand re
corder, John Nelson Boll, Dayton;
grand stn'ndwnrd bearer, Charles II.
Elchorn, Cleveland; grand sword
bearer. Daniel h. Helmlck, Canton;
grand warden, Henry Schriofer To.
ledo; grand captain of ' tho suurd,
Georgo S, McGuire, Marlon,
The Lndiei. of, it ho, Jraeeabcei
held a well utlended meeting in tho
Iodic halls yctciKlar afternoooi.
Aside ftn-n trausaetinff tJio regu
lar routine Iiumih.w , "nrraiigcments
won innde for holdiiig a social in
the 'halls on Wednesday night, Oct.
23. Following thP business so.
(Jul hour was ejtjoyed.
The Fi-afernnl Order oi Eagles met
IrtUf 1llli. n. h.,.,1.. .., . . a
" "'" """ "mue urruNgemcnis lor
C. Rled, of Delaware, deputy grand
j.rcsiueni oi tno stato lodge, was
present nt tho meotlnc and cuvn n
very Interesting talk to the members.
The meeting was well ntterided.
M. B. Dlckerson. Gerce S. Me.
Oulre, IJ. v. Sweney nnd' .lay J.
Smiley, returned Wednesday evening
from Springfield, where they nttended
the annual graiwl commAudory meet
ing or tito Knights of Templars. -
Tho Homo Guards of America nt.
Inded to routine business at a icl'-
nlar meeting held Wednesday even
ing. See Barton tonight, Y.
M. C. X.
EMPEROR FRANK JOBIF'flt .
.Vienna. Oct. 10.--fl.reat anxjety
s felt in court circles over the
erudition if the health of Emperor
Frnrir. Josel, although every effort
is inndo to prevent), the Anxiety com
ing to tho knowledge of Mlo perfple.
Tlio emporcr" hns h'eon .coiifin'fed to
his. ilnifrtnlenls in the Schocnbrunh
ias!l6 fiit' over n week hecauso of
on attack of bronchial entoiTh
and it was. learned flint tho physi
cian con-ydprj his illness very so-
,OU3 , . J
t. Rumney ef the Erie is
MEETING PUCE CHANGED
American Railway Aesocia
tion Meet! in New York.
Lecat o Freight, Car1 Coif etie is
Ortally Reltevei Inspection
Paitty is Cbmifls West. '
w -v AAfliinv irannrnl mnnniror
of the Pennsylvania Railroad, whv
accompanied by ubout 300 other offi
cials of that company all traveling In
five upecial trains are malting the reg
ulnf annual traclf InBpectloit, Tucsuny
afternoon announced tho awarding of
prizes to supervisors bit the main line
between Pittsburg and Jersey City
for tlio best lino nnd surface rind for
tho greatest Improvement In line nnU
surface during the .year. The Klon
dike pTlro of $1,200, of which $800
goes td tho supervisor ntid $400 to the
ussltftnt supervisor and $400 to the
H. J!. Itussell, supervisor, and M. A.
John, Jr., nsslsatit supervisor of sec
tion No. 1, Maryland division.
Tho Hocking Vnlloy Is experlenlng
great difficulty ni this point In trans
ferring Its cars to tho Erie for east
ern nnd western shipment. On ac
count of lack of motive power tho
Erie Is having h great deal of trouble.
In moving Its cars. The
en promise foreign rods nothing. The
Hocking depends nlnmmst solely up
on tnn Erie for eastern transporta
tion nrtd tho rorid consequently Is
greatly effected by the Erie's infR-fortunes.-
Tho Erlo has Issued official circu
lars announcing tho promotion of T.
Rumney mechanical superintendent of.
tho Erie lines with headquarters at
Meadvlllo to the position of geneinl
mechanical superintendent of nil tho
mirfttco lines ,wlth headquarters nt
New York City.
rriin mnrciltnn nt frniM.t m,o in-
tho local Ei'lc yards hns been greatly
renoveu ituring ine jmst two days.
.Monday and Tuesday there was over
2,000 cars hung up lu the yards and to
day the number wns reduced to less
Local Railroad men have received
notice that tho fall mectirig of tho
Amorlcnh ralhvay association .will lie
held at New York on October 30 In
tend of Norfolk Virginia. ns orlglnol
ly announced. ,
It Is reported that the Erie rnlKvin.i
engineers are again working on plnns
to get Info Pittsburg.
O. L.jEnos. trvelllng passenger
agent of the Erlo with headquarters
at Marlon Is out on a trip over his
Ledlng railroad offlolals deny tho
report that orders for now stee
freight cars have been canceled.
See Barton tonight. Y,
M. C. A.
WILL INQUIRE, INTO
MRS. ROMADKE'S SANITY
Chicago, Oct, 10, Attorney Dona-
vln, representing Mrs. Evelyn Cain
Romadke, the wlfo of a man of
wealth In Milwaukee announced to
day that he would request tlfat a
commission Investigate her Kan,ity.
as n result of her-confession that
for Weeks sho has been robbing
houses and apartments In Chicago,
tinder the tutorship pf a nccro ox
convlct. CHILD'S DEATH CAUSED
BY EATING TOBACCO
Now York, Oct. 10. Tho' oro-
.... . .T. .
nov's oiiice is making an investiga
tion into tho death of Raymond
Pul.rjck Leaden, two years old'. ,Lust
Friday as the diild wits playing
about the dining win he found u
cigar stub and ato it. The tobacco
made htm very ill, but (subsequently
grew better. I.ato yesterday the 1st
Ilo fellow -had u convulsion. Tho
mother senl for fir. Uniloy, bull
wncn tlio physician i cached tho
hotiso lit t lo Jtaymofirt was dead.
WANT AN 'AMENDMENT
TO THE HEPBURN
Washington, Oct, 10. -Tho Nri
tionnl Association of Railroad Com-mis.sionei-8,
at, its tnniiial meeting
hero went on record in favor of
nil ill! nivrl Milt nmniiitmnnf tr. 11...
',r, -,-, ,.l..v (.I.IMIII' HI illU
icpimni railroad , rate law, It
sllibp'er in formal comnlaiht in bo
iinjikl laivil hnreasonablo Uiq liitor-
-stnlo cbmmercohommlssio)i Ritall bo
ttuthorized do dotoi-mlho ih6 justness
or redsoihthlcneas of such rate.
Thjfj woV ho importapt devel
opment, of iioan'y, the convention
failing,, us bxpe"ctld, ' to adopt relo-
doptcd a report urging congress in
), .irn'6lut llio .riieotuo las to. prlj
vido "that tytQxfJ' fS'ifa shall
put into effect n. rate declared bv a
't. A -t ?
sbbtTBBI taWSf SkWi ssbbbbbbW
tsssrsssriissw mmmm sbb
of the suffwrlfelmantern i sto'rfokMr ro.bu expectant motRer
pi nil pieaiant aniicipaiions oi me coming evcni,'Bna casrs over ner
shadow of glbom which cannot bo shalfeh off. Thousands of worhva
have fofendahat the hii bf Mother's Friend during pregnancy robe
'confinement of all1 pain and danger, and insures eufctyo life of mother
Mild child. ThVscicntinc' liniment is a god-send toall wpmen at thar
time of their m9lt critical trial. 'Not, only does Mother's Frfefttl
carry worneK safeX hroutth rthe Derlls' of chili-birtli But'its .u4
i'i.n(li,'hM.. t..Jtk..m f hi2tAtii. .M...I. .LM& Yl...l'V
gwMi.j pii.j;aii.. uig inibui ,v, inuivuttiuig Vlbllll pmrvilll nivitiinjf
sicKness." ana other dHw I
comforts bf this ocriodX MMtfWmiM tf'JtM&Sk
Sold by all druggists at WMmmM mtxmKk,mW ' 'M
containing valuable information fjree
Tm BraslfMtl Refltsr C Atlanta,
lulion! condemiilnjr the Iloosevcll
ndminisli.ition. for an aggressive
policy iownrd tho rail mads1, which
some' or the commissioners contend
ed has resulted in vesting in the
federal government power over com
merce that was properly rested in
COULD NOT RESIST
temp'tAtiGn TO SHOOT
Omnlia, Nob,, (Jet. Id. Joseph
Ivress. formerly 'of Indianapolis,
Intl., committed tuticido Jiere by
fvliootinjy ibimself thrrnjrh Iho head.
Jvress hail frequently told his wife
innu children that when ho saw o ;
llrennn he had an almost irrasiMihlo
lmpulp to sjlioot iliimselC with it
and warned them jiever to leave n
levolver or a ffun whero he would
bo ljkely to find it.' When he
opened a dejk in the ofllce of the
Omnltn nrick, Tilo and l'niilt com
pany lo look fjpr some papers, ho
found a revolver; the impulse lo
i-tinnt lifmself seized him instantly
nhd .ho sent n bullet into Lis lieful.
"I couldn't resist the rlil iin.
milso tin' time' ho gasped when n,
ieiiow employe in thn nfilce went to
him immon'vilelv after the shoot
ing. ' r.viffi
Times For Holding Cir
cuit Courts, A. D. ,
State of Ohio,
Third Judicial Circuit.
It Is oulercd that the time nr (lift
bogInnlng of tho terms of tho Circuit
Courts of tho several counties In said
Circuit for the year J008, bo fixed as
Wytuidot County on tho 7th day
of January nnd tho kiii day of Sep
tember. Marlon County on tho 14th day of
January- rind the lclh day of Septem
ber.. Crawford County on the' 28th' day
of .January and tho 22nd day of Sep
tember. Union County on tho 11th day of
February and tho 29th day of Sep
tember. Hardin County on the 18th day of
February and tho 1st day of October.
Logan County on the 23th day of
February and tho nth day of October,
Henry county on tho 3rd day of
March and tho 13th day of October.
Paulding County on the 10th day
of March and the .15th day of Octdber.
Defianco County on the 17th day of
March and tho 20th day of October.
iJiltnnm County on tho 24th dny of
March and the 27th dny of October.
Van Wert County on tho 7th day
of April and tho 4th day of Novem
ber. Allen County on tho 14th day of
April and the 10th day of November.
Auglalzo County on .he 28th day ot
prll and the 17th day of November.
Mercer County on tho 5th day of
May and the 24th day of November,
Seneca County on tho 12th day ot
May and the 1st day of December.
Hancock County on tho Ifith day ot
May and the 8th day of December,
Sam terms to begin nt 0 o'clock a.
September 17th( 1907.
CALEB II. NORR1S,
SILAS E. HURIN,
Tho State of Otlo,
Marlon County, ss.
L W. W. Klinefelter. Cleric of'the
Cdurl of Common Picas, and Ex
drficlo Clerk of tho Circuit, Cdurt,
within and for tho County of Marlon
and Stato of Ohio, In whose' custody
thb Files, Journals nnd Records of
said Courts are required by tho laws
of tho Stato of Ohio to ho kept, do
heroby certify that hn above and
foregoing If a tnlo and correct copy
of tho orlglm 1 times for holding
Cli cult Court, A. D., 1908, ot 3rd
Judlclnl Circuit, nnd that It has been
compared by mo with tho orlglnnl
and that It Is a true anil correct copy
thereof. . now on file In said clerk's
In Testimony Whereof, I have
hereunto sot my hand and affixed
tho seal of said. Court, nt Marlon,
Ohio, this 18th dny of September, 1907.
W. W. KLINEFELTER, Cletk.
Msr Planis' AkMutlans.
Little Johnnie, on his first trip, to
tke seashore, watched the foam of the
waves, and asked his mother, "Is that
tho soapsuds thu little fishes' wash
, OrisH revsrli. .
A lazy roan - goes far, aal hi wbr
shutis labor labors doubly,
nenren , kuiiiuui;ii ""TSl"
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HoihIHi coniparii Wiffl'
the pair! ariii Morror f
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Sold His Eternal Salvation.
Rddhoa Dlelo, a Russian 'newspa
per, reproduces fiom tho original a
quriotia deed of transfer. Thodocu
nient runs: ''I, tho underslgriedf Nlco
lla Nlccpliorovltch, peasant, 8 yoarjj
of ago, of the bogniarovskl district
Of Melitopol, hae fallen Into ovll
days. I am at the end of my ro
soiil ccs, and heicby ceitlfy hat I
havb sold for the stlrn of GO .rubles
my eternal salvation and place In thu
kingdom of heaven to Makar Sel-
jonky." The slgnatuto Is attested by
one elder of tho vlllagoscoutic. '
Corrosloh of Boilers.
Corrosion or the wasting nway of
the kon of a steam holler may bo duo
to the ucld In tho feed water,- says
Ideal Power, WhorcvBUlplitiriii' del!
'S loitnd tu thin water Its destructive
orce Is often spent. In destroying the
feed pipes before It n'ctliallp'ehtefi
tho holler. This IS expensive, annoy
ing, aud oven dangerous in some cas
es, but lu much picfcrnblevto a boiler
How It's Done.
Assistant TelegrnplfEdltor "Eighty
inoital accidents In the Alps thlByeir.
What'o a good headline for that?"
Telegraph , Editor "That's easy;
'Murked Falling Off In Alpine Eipedl."
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COTTON CfROWERS AND1.
SPINNERS FORM TRUST
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 10. Wh6n tho'
plan adopted by the International
conference of. cotton growers and
spinners goes Into effect, 'tnocotton
Industry of tho world front tho tlmo
ot the planting of Eqcd to the time
tho mills turn out their gopffgwlll
be under one great organization ot
plants and spinners.
The International conference this
afternoon decided to mnko their or
ganization permnnent arid In doing
this will also Invite tho Continental
Spinners association of Enrnnn nml
the I Sea Island Growers' association
or tho united States to become affll
luted bodies with tho association
and to have representatives Jn tho ex
ecuilvo committee which, under the'
plnn adopted, Is to bo the governing
body of tho International conference,
Tho first meeting of tho world-wldo
organization may possibly be held' in
Paris next year.
Can be cured by an intelligent and
faithful use of Dr. A. W. Chasi'l
Nervous headache comes from ti
weakened condition of tho brain nerv
ceiitrcHVrui can only bo cured by
medlclnebnt nourishes and tones ui
the iicrvouystem. Headache powden
only do hurmiLUH they rurttier. weaken
and depress. OVthu contrary ydu must
use a nerve meaklno that tfNiot onl
tonic, but rich ItiWl the elements thai t
BO to feed these BMlC starved" nervs
centrea Mia. DelloXprns, 71C Senecs
St., BUfTuIo, N. Y tenXyou whnj thU
mecllcliiti is whn sho csVa: "Wnta J
began taking the Dr. Ajciitie'i ,
Nerve Pills f was so nervsks Ifcould
not keep still, coUId not sltujmndT wai
lm a very bad state. My, hemLache
hard those hnid, racking:, mfvotii
headuches that left mo weak and profi
tratcd. I used the modiolus', TalHafullj
and elnc thqn have been ,aUdrbint
no headaches no nervousness', f1
strong und vigorous, njid cuhssleep wall
.aKalii. I am kI;u!. Inilced, to recom
mend tho lr.edlrlnu. us 'I consider tl
a safe nnd tcrlaln cur ror huqI)
tioUhlcs. 50c a hoi; nt ill! dealers oi
Dr. A. W. CluiEH Medlilno Co., Uuffalo,
For sale In Marlon, Ohio, by Fkick
en's Drug Store.
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