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, THE JURY PANEL
THE REBATE CA8E OF THE
GOVERNMENT VS. STANDARD
OIL COMPANY OF INDIANA.
TOO MANY FARMERS DRAWN
Judge Anderson 8ny the Case Shoul
be Tried by a Jury Partly
Composed of Chicago
Chicago, Feb. 24.Thu re-trial ol
the Standard Oil Company of Indiana
wna unexpectedly delayed yesterday
When Judge Anderson In the United
States district court quashed the
panel of 150 veniremen because ol
what ho considered the singularly
largo proportion of farmers thereon
It was u so-called "farmers" Jury
which brought In the verdict making
Judge Laudls' line of $29,240,000 In
the original case posslblo and John S
Miller, for the defense, was prompt In
Calling- the court's attention to the
fact that the panel then presented for
the new trial contained but three
Chlcagoans, although 61 per cent ol
the population within the Jurisdiction
of the court UVes within Cook county.
"It looks like design, or If not de
nlgn, It looks like a strnno coinci
dence," commented Judge Anderson,
whereupon T. C. McMillan nnd It. C.
Jones, the Jury commissioners. In
sisted with vigor that tlio latter was
the rase; that the panel had been
drawn exactly as In other casus. This
the court later admitted to be a fuct.
District Attorney Sims and his
special assistant, James II. Wilker
son, quoted authorities to show that
nil a defendant can legally claim Is u
fair trial and an hanoet and Intelli
gent Jury to try the cuse. Mr. Wll
Jcerson declared that the Jury did not
need to represent every portion of a
judicial district. He said there was
no statute to compel the jury com
mission to take geography or occupa
tion into consideration.
Judge Anderson Says "Play Fair."
"1 don't want to start In with this
hearing feeling that there is some
thing unfair." answered tho court.
"Wo ought, to start fair and keep fair,
I think this, panel ought to be set
aside. I wjll Instruct the Jury com
mission to put In 150 names of men
a gqod proportion, of whom shall be
good business men from Chicago and
Cook comity. It so happens that this
case'ts tried In u district composed
of an enornious commercial city, and
several rural counties. The country.
may havo purer air, a higher moral
standard, and greater Intelligence
than the city, but that Is an open
question. However, J am not going
outside the issuo when I say that if
the jury were composed partly of
business men who would realize the
great Industrial and commercial
phase of the case, a more satisfac
tory verdict may be reached."
On motion of Mr. Miller Judge An
derson said he would bear arguments
of counsel to-day as to whothor ship
ments, or settlements of freight
chargcB constitute tho offense. The
government will contond that each
shipment of oil on which an alleged
rebate was paid forms a separate
"violation of the law. Under this con
struction of the law It would be pos
sible to line tho defendant, if found
guilty, a maximum of $10,000,000.
Thoro were, It Is charged, 3C settle
ments of freight charges on these
shipments. Accepting this view, a
maximum fine of $720,000 Is posBlblo.
Gotham Population Is 4,422,000.
New York. Feb. 24. Tho estimated
population of the cjty of Now York Is
4,422,685, accordfnp fo Health Com
missioner Darlington's annual report.
The .fncroaso during 1903 aggregated
137,2,50 persona. The total number of
deaths during IMS was 73.072. There
were 4,140 mofo births roported In
1008 than the yonr before, but there
was a decrease of 13, GOG in the nuni'
ber of marriages, ,
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A Trip. In art Aerpdrome.
Daddeck, N. a. Feb. 24. A success
ful flight of half a, mile ut nit eleva
tlon :of 30 feet was made yeiiterday
over the Ice by Douglas S. McCurdlq
lu his aerodrome.
.Old 8oldler" Jailed for Alleged Assault
Norwulk, O.. Feb. 24. Henry J.
Fay, an old soldier, residing in Wake
man, was brought here yesterday and
placed In Jail, haying been bound over
to the grand Jury by Justice French
of VVakoman on a charge of crimin
ally 'assaulting a 13-year-old girl.
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Tlllotson Is Elected President)
Cleveland, Feb. 24, E. G, Tlllot
con()formerly v'lco president of tho
Cleveland Trus 'Co., was elected
president of tho Cuyahoga Telophono
Co, and chairman of the board of tho
'United States Telephone Co., Tue
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Pen Managers Explain.
ColumUus, p.. Feb. 24. In a Jettor
received by Gov. Harmon' the board
of penitentiary managers attempt to
explain why thpy made no effort Jo
prepare for the operation of thfc
.Wertz law abolishing convict labor
tho big prison.. The reason given IS
that the board did not know whothe
tho state would reconstruct the peni
tentiary, or abandon it and build a
new one. Had the 'members been In
possession of thfs information some
thing' would have been done towards
pb eying the now laW,
WHAT WILL HAPPEN MARCH
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BROWNSVILLE AFFAIR (
TO BE SETTLED BY AN ARMV
COURT OF INQUIRY.
Senate Passes the Compromise Bill
Agreed Upon by President j
Roosevelt and Foraker.
Washington, Feb. 24. The presl
dent Is authorized to appoint a court:
of Inquiry to determine the auallflca
tlons for re-enllstment of discharged
negro soldiers of tho Twenty-fifth ln
fafitry regiment who wcro accuaod of!
shooting up Brownsville, Texas, on;
the night of August 13-14, 1906. The)
Aldrlch bill for this purpose wna
passed In the senato yesterday by a
party vote of CG to 26 except that
Senator Teller voted with the Repub
licans for the passage of the bill:
The bill Ib a compromise treasure ap
proved by President Roosevelt, Sena
tor Foraker and all the Republican
members of the committee on inllU
,, The court of Inquiry will act us a
board to consider applications for re!
enlistment -and recommend the restor
ation to duty of such soldiers, who
are not found guilty of- complicity in
the affray. , t '
The senate also pasped tho fortlfl
.cations bill with appropriations ag
grega'tlng $8,320,111 and the dip
lomatic and consular appropriation,
bill carrying $3,646,386.
House. Appropriation bills mainly
occupied the house. The Bundry olvll
bill was considered, but progress with !
It was slow. The fortifications, legls-j
lative, oxecutlvo and judicial, dip
lomatic and consular, and postbinca
appropriation bills were sent to con--fo'renccv
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HAD IT DOWN TO A SCIENCE
Councilman Klein Boasted of His
Cleverness In Controlling Legis
lation for Pittsburg.
Pittsburg, Feb. 24. That thero was
a regular organization among council
men, with Capt. John F. "Klein ns
"tho angel of charity" and that monuy
contributed by six banks was divided
among SS members of councils wati
told by Klein to Robert Wilson, who
worked up tho graft cases, n.ceordlug
to the testimony of Wilson, given yes
terday. When witness told Klein he
soemed, to have reduced the, matter of
controlling legislation to an art, ha
replied, so witness atutod, "It Is not
an art, It Is sclenco."
' Much detullod .testimony In regard
to the use of money in furthering thu
passage of city ordinances' wus glvon
by AVIlBon, and to a large extent con
robbrated by his assistants; Herbert
Jones and T. S. HUffllng, who testl
A Forger Surrenders to the Police.
Pottsvllle, Pa., Feb, 24. A stranger
'who guvq his name as Q. B. Loupp of
Maryland, surrendered himself to the
police, hero yesterday. Ho said ho
.was wanted In Hazleton and Reading
for forgery and was tired of dodging
the ofllners who were constantly oil
hla trail. Hazletou detectives wero U
town looking fpr him and ho doj-
termlned to end his lire. He pu
chased a pistol but his nerve fulle
him and he dctolded to take thu law'
punishment for his offenses.
Flv Indiana Counties Vote Dry.
Indianapolis, Feb. 24. Five Indian; l
counties held local option election i
yesterday and votdd 'dry. They ar i
Grunt, Howard, Davles, Adams and
Newtorf, Ono hundred und forty-threji
saloons are put out of business.
A Warlike Move.
Belgrade, Feb.. 24. The - Servian
iKovornnienthas gjyen orders that no
paHsporiH uru iu ue issueu 10 men un
der 4S years of age. The object of
this meaeum ja -to keep aH mer o'f
military age at homo.
A Columbus Vyoma.n Is Efettrocuted.
Coiumbu, O.i Feb., 24 While, on
iher way to a theatre last' night in
company wlth BovoralvrolatlvesA'Mrs.
Kthol Duenhuits, lfiyviira old, ftbrldp
'of, v two mouths, was electrocuted
when her umbrella cume in contact
with an electric wire.
E 10 THE
13 PAID BY LEADING CITIZENS OF
T C6NFEbl;RACV''S""FORM ER
NAVAL OFFICERS ARE FEASTED
Large Number of Enlisted Men
Whose Terms of Service Had
Expired Leave tho
Richmond, Va.. Fob. 24. Graceful
homuge was paid by tho southlnnd
yeaterduy to the globe-girdling Amor
lean battleship fleet In this old caplt
tal of the Confederacy. J
"We welcome you to the hearts of;
a people who yield to no one in devoi
tlon to tile American navy nor in;
loyalty to 'our' flag." i
This sentiment feelingly expressed,
at u luncheon In the Jefferson hotel
by Mayor TUchardfjou In welcoming
Rear Admiral Sperry, Rear .Admiral
Walnwrlght and C4 of tho officers, unl
der tho former's command to thlaj
city found echo In the words' of
Sperry, who received' an ovation.
Sheriff Fears Jail Will be Attacked!
Lima, O... Feb. 24. Fearjng that ar
nrmed attempt will be mado to free
from the Allen county Jail Harry Dll
Ion, John Henderson and Jumes Marl
tin, held for robbery. Sheriff Van;
Guten yesterday wired Gov. Ilarmoii
asking authority to call out the mill
Itla should an attack on the jail bq
made. Five men nnd a woman mudij
an effort to break jail Monday night)
8hlp Subsidy Bill to be Passed.
Washington, Feb. 24. Before thd
close of the Sixtieth congress a ship
subsidy law will be enacted by con
gross, If new plans of houso leaderd
aro successful. Tho ocean mall bllli
which passed the sennto March 20
11108, will be reported out of the
hous.0 committee on postolllces and
postroads'td-d&V. ' '
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$450,000 Fire Loss. ,
Buffalo,. N. Y Fob. 24,-rFlre last
night destroyed tho six-Story brick
building on 'the northwest comer of
I'earl street und Terrace and badly
damaged the upper lloprp of the two
buildings to the north on Pearl street.
Loss '$460,000. Tho losers are manu
facturors and wholesale dealers lit.
Anti-Trust Law la Upheld..
Washington, Feb, 24. Tho supreme
court of the United States yesterday
upheld tho validity of tho Arkansas
anti-trust law of 1905, whlo'h provides
a penalty of from $200 lotJGOO for
each offense and the forfeiture of tho
right to do business In the 'State.
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City Wins Fight Against Railroads.
Cplumbus, O., Feb. 24. After ten
years of hard fought litigation tho
city of Columbus has won In Its ef
forts to compel the Cloveland. Colum-
.bus, Cincinnati & St. Lotla and the
I'ittsburK. Columbus. Cincinnati .& SO.
jLouls railway companies to lvo up to
i qontract betyeu lie city and. tli
companies requiring tho Intor to
erect buildings on both Bides of the
High street viaduct at the Union stt
tlon. Tho docUlons In thcao casct,
tliere being ono against' each con
puny, were handed .down by the si
preipe court yesterday. .
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Arrest of .'Alleged Swindler.
Jow YrH, Feb. 24, The ostofflce
authorifleB Hrive afrested Max Kassoff
and his son I'hlllp. who for morethun
n yeaj- nave- ueeii conducting' a pro-
fraud. .Farmers In lltlfiols, Iowa and'
other tatSa.coniDlalne"d that tho Kos-
BQffa ailed ta make "proper settlement'
lor goous forwarded tliein to be Bo)d
oil commission. Losses tq shlppora
according to tho postotIlcor olllclafa,
may reach $100,000. , : .
auqe commission uuslnegs hereunder,
thp ridmp 9t Iwsspfr & on.' fh,ey,art'
chatbed with 'using tnQ matft (0 i
DAIItf MIMICS WEDXIESDAY, FHFnUMIRY 24, 1000.
FORMER 8WEETHEART8 OF AL
LEGED MURDEREft TE8TIFY
IN Hlb TRIAL.
HE OFFERED TO' MARRY TWO
One Went Buggy Riding with Rat6
Two Evenings Before Orle Lee
was Killed Denied that He
Would Ma'rryfMlss Lee.
Medina, O., Feb. 24. Former sweet
hearts of Guy Rasor, oh trial here
charged with tho murder of hti
fiancee, Orle Leu, testified against
Rasor yesterday. Two said they had
received proposals of marriage from
Rason nnd one-of these that she had
been receiving his attentions for the
last three years In tho belief that he
loved her. ' .' ,
Another said sho .had gono buggy
riding with Hasor two evenings be
foro Orlo Leo was shot Two, tc
whom he had also paid attention, teB
titled that ho had dented any Intoh'
tlon of marrying the girl.
A Mall Carrier's Evidence.
C. F. Dohnor, mall carrier at Doy
lestown. testified lio met Rasor and
Orlo Leo at Doyleatown about four
weeka before the murder. Orlo Lee,
ho said, was sitting alone In a buggy
there when he first" saw her.
As n result of n tnlk with Orle,
Dohner said he went -to a nearby bu
loon and saw Rasor.'
"I said to him,'.' testified Dohner,
" 'A lady Is waiting for you outBlde.'
"Rasor said to me, 'Oh, h , let her
Dohner said tho saloon was crowd-!
ed and that many heard what Rasoi4
Testimony s, Ruled Out.
Al Wagner testified ho wua In a
saloon near tho railroad station at,
wausworin mo evening uno uoo wna
Ruuor was there, .and soon after
Ratior left. Wngbor testified, a voice
that said she was, Orlo I.eo called on
the telephone. Wngtior auawered It.
Tho defense fought to havo this tes
tlmony niled out and Bueceeded. This
witness was not permitted to say who
thu voice called for.
The defense last nluht came Into1
the possession of ev'fdPnce tending to
Bhow conclusively that the buggy 'In
which MIsB Leo wao driven to her,
deuth was not Gufllasor's, as the,
Btato has attempted to prove. Attor-I
ney Dennett, for Rasor learned fiom
the police of Cuyahoga Falls that a
livery stablo of that place has been In
possession since October 0 of a horse,
and buggy left thero by a stranger.
The horse and carriage lit cloaely tho
description of those which took Miss
Lee to her death.
The mysterious horse and buggy
wee left a,t tho Ilvory Btnblo the
monilnir 'nfttir the murder. All ut-
'tempts t& Hud tho owner' have failed
Steamer Wrecked; 0 Lives Lost.
Buuiuja Ayres, Feb. 24;--Forty per-
iSoiib loHt their llu'g lu the. wreck of
the Argentine; steamer l'rcsldente
RocU, which Went ashore on tho east
coast, Uftcr which sho caught fire.
Policeman's Murdorer Dies.
Olean, N. Y Feb. 24. Nelson Pess
lor, who shot and killed Police Cap
tain Hnssett Suuday, morning,, died
yesterday from wouuda received in
LIB light with the police
has taught mo that It was
an old, lamshacklo framo
backed and hun
gry for, paint, but
in tho days of my
when father let
mo go ddwn town
with him, or when
mother sent mo
for a Jug of mo
was a wonderful
umph filled with
dillci tudo and
b t r I p u d' stick
Across from thd
houso It dozed lit
tho Buif of sum
mor and offered H
jotreut from thd
Inclemency of win
ter. In, the warni
and the men about
town ; used to sl(
out in front on tho
thresh or on sour)
boxtyi. and talli
abojit' tho local
flnte,r thoro was
MtJwork to dp
ami tl)0rd were
Irfo a t checker
gumda back of the
groceryBtovo alongside tho vinegar
and treacle barrels, aiilld tlio ardma of
dried herrine und tli4 'amell of aoan
of the Child
Is the Organ all Parents Sheald
Protect aad Keep Normal-
Tlho Btomach of a child 1b the organ
aurtvo all othores upon which the fu
turo of a child depends. Ikxllly de
volopment is fast in children, and the
nourishment necessary to meet Bitch,
dovolopimont is tho ono ossontiat de
manded from a parent. iMoat molli
era and fathers, jealously guard a
tahlld from tho formntion of bad lmfo1
M, yet i nthls ago our children: carli'
becomo tho victims of wrong food',
over eating and irregular mcalri.
It is most appalling to know the
offeot of Btomach troubles amone dur
Most children who aro nervous, ir
ritable and cross, who dream, sleep
renllesaly, who tiro easily and havo
no doslro for child oxerclso, generally
havo stomach trouble, Indigestion and
Stuart's Dyspepsia Toibleta are in
tended to thoroughly digest food and
to placo tho system in shapo to ob
tain nil the nourishment it needs from
These tablets mix with tho juices
'of tho 'system, enriching them nnd
(giving to tho body Iho ingredients
necessary to build tip tho rapidly
forming brain and body of Uio
Btuart'o Dyspepsia Tabletn should
ho give nto children after each meal
and at bed time. They aro made
from puro vegelahlo fruit essences
and contain no harmful chemicals
whatever. Tho use of these tablets
will give greater vim to n child in
its school work or at Its play. They
will produco appotlto and soothe
noiwefl, dostroy abnormal cravings
and will nllny the bad effectH of
sweets and Btieh Improper foods nt(
most children enjoy and will cat no
matter what Is dono to provcnl it.
at Ib duo tho child that his stomach
bo protected by tho parent, and It
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tahlots aro given
after meals, tho hnfbltfl of tho child
will not tear down tho stomach and
dostroy tho digestive Julcea nearly bo
rapidly. Stuart's Dyspepsia Talblotfl
aro given to each and every dogreq
or llfo. Any condition br tho stom
ach welcomes them, from tho strong
est to tho weakest. For salo by all
drugglstH, prlco CO centB. Sond us
your name and address today and
wo will mall you at onco a trial
package ree. Address F. A. Stuart
Co.. 150 Stuart iBldc. Marshall.
Hero were merry quips and pointed
raillery, tho latest bit of. gossip and
the Just-out scnndnl. Wo had only
weekly newspapers in thosu days In
C; , and tho corner grocery was the
distributing point for matters of daily
Tho natives called C "Tho Gom
of tho Cedar" then.. Now thoy have
ro-chrlstened it "Tho City of Homos."
Wo all know then that tho village had1
a great future I To bo auro, tho horo-1
scope has been not absolutely true,,
mil it is sun tho Homo or my 'youth;
No greater pralso may a man say than
mis: "it is tno homo of my youth "
But that itrocorv aturol Them was
liquorice root, marmalado, Jujube, Jam,
and glngor cookies In Its 'saccharlno
storehouse. Lollipop, strawborry non.
lemon pop, earaaparllia non und
Just pop stood Invitingly forth,
Thoro was ' sugar candy, marblo
candy. chocolato candv. ucltnr
candy, hoarhound candy nnd mnplo-
Bugar canuyi rnoro may havo been
other things In that atore, like pota
toes and carrots and rutabagaB but
my attention to tho saccharlforoua
product was always too centrallzod to
speak truthfully of tho stock osno-
dally after so many years. Mr. Bal-
turf, 1 presume, kopt saleratus, plcklod
plgs'-feot, prunes I am almoBt sure of
tho prunes and dried apploa. I know
wo used to havo dried npplos for sauce
and I" P'es, artd I am quite Biiro father
never bought them elsewhere. That
would havo been Bacrllcgo, almoBtl
We all had our llkoa and dislikes In
those days and stuck to our grocer ns
wo stuck to our religion. Wo swore
by him and poohooed thoso who woro
foolish enough to trade olsowhoro
and every time wo paid our grocery
hill, Mr. Baltuff gavo father a sack of
candy for "mother nnd tho boy I" No
wondor wo remained steadfast!
But Time has takon away Mr. Bal
tuff and Baltuff's grocory! If thoro
shall havo risen, Pheonlx like, from
tho ashea of tho old rarashaoklo build
ing, another grocory, modorn and fit,
I am suro it is nothing like itpredeces
Bor In point of Interest and comfit! If
men Bit about and gossip, I know thoy
are not tho men that used to arguo
and gesticulate about the ptovo of Val
online Ualtuff! If men thero bo, thoy
belong to another generation, to tho
"City of Homes!"' Tho men whnsn
faith was pinned to the "Gom of tha
yeuar- aro Bleeping In tho qulot como
tery along that murmuring stream, or
wahbllrtg abbut In ago, watching tho
sunset of life. Tho youths who ato
stick candy, frtm the shelves of Bal'
tuff's grocery aro irion mj, Fpr tho
moat part, thoy aro scattered far and
wide upon the bosom, of tho earth.
Somo nro great and sonio are in.lnll
and somo others louglit to bol But
.Valentine Baltuff in rfnmi i,ia i,,n
,la ,doad, God rest thorn both!
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.Sometimes a lltfld thing can spend
a lot of mopoy., '
fr a v
r An. oimco. of prevention hj worth a
pound of alimony.
tfr r -ft
Tho awootest aeollnn hnrp wouldn't
Bound like music if It woro used to got
a man up In tho morning.
Don't mnke a mlstako on spring.
Shu Isn't here until yon get that old,
Indolent fever, same as heretofore.
if it it
A woman who marries a mftn for
his money is quite apt to leave her
love In the keeping of a poorer but
Time to Changs the 8ubject.
Minister (to mnnll daughter of the
house) Such n pretty llttlo kitten
came to our houso today. Would you
like to have it to play with, my dear?
Small Daughter I 'Bpcctit belongs
to my papa, anyhow.
Minister How is that, my child?
Small Daughter 'Cause I heard
papa tell a friend he had lost the kitty
last night. New York Herald.
The Only Way.
Mrs. Sunflower Pete Green am get
tin' to be quite an artist. Dey say ho
um wedded to his art. Do yo' think
yo' could bo wedded to yo' art, Sam?
Sam Sunflower (with u yawn) Waal,
yeuB, of art could cook ft good tllnnnh
en tako iu vnouff washing to keep mo
In tobacco money. Chicago Nows.,
"People vho remlud us of disagreea
ble things tire sometimes our beat
"Yes,1' answered Miss Cayenne.
"They are llko ularm clocks. They
aro highly useful, but thero isn't a
j chance in the, world of their being pop
ular." wasuington Star.
Mrs. Mulligan - It's mesllf thot
speaks out mo molhd, Pat, ns yea well
Mr. Mulllgnn-Yls, Bridget, but it's
butter ter think before yea speak an'
thin kupe silent till yez ferglt phat yez
wus goln' ter say. St, Louis Republic.
"What has become of tho 'man with
tho hoe?' " asked tho old school party.
"I believe," rejolucd tho modem per
son, "that the 'limn with the hammer'
knocked htm out." Houston Post.
"Wonder how such a dainty glil
happened to marry a professional
"Just couldn't glvo him the throw
down possibly." Kansas City Times.
Bess Isn't It painful the wny Mr.
Stoopld lmnsH on the doorsteps before
you can got him to go?
Belle It la something of a lingering
nlllictlon. Mlnuoapolis' Journal.
"Is thero any doubt, ns far as that
affair between Nell anil Qeorgo la con
cerned, about the outcomo?"
"It nil depends on George's income."
"You have a fluo house and piece of
"Yep. Mu:o it all with my pen."
"Nope; pi?." Judge.
One sTgn. ""
"Why, dd they Boem so devoted to
"No, but ho has begun to find fault
with her." Cleveland Leader,
"I' forget so easily, 1 wish I could
do something tp oxorelso my memory."
"That's slmpkv" suld his friend,
"Just lend mo $10 and let mo know
if you fqrget' it." Judge.
That's $o Too.
"Wo nro.nlhmado out of clay,"
"Well, thorn nro n lot of illffuronr
.'kinds' of clay, you know." Pittsburg
1 O February, when you do
Your thllly little Uituntli
W almotbt feel llko calling ypu -A.
short and ugly month.
"r"" - ' -Now York Mall.
,Tho, Limit of tho Crare,
"Promlso mq that you will marry
me," pleaded tho urdent young lover.
"No, but I .wIM run you u Murnthon
race to deoldu tho matter," replied the
blushing, .athletic' girl, Now York
fliwM.7' , .
Kills Iho dirt and translorms the
linen to snowy whiteness in a
i(ly. A child can operate it. You
can have a "Boss" on fbtlr wefclss'
trial. If it don't more than aattsly
send it back.
UNION STATION 4
HOCKING VALLEY RY.'
Effectivo Juno 22, 1008
!No. tl .. .... 7:00 am.
TiO S3 . 20!lTj Alzl
No. 36 .J . 4:20 pta
No. 27 ............10:C0 pta
No, 89 .- 6:10 pa
No 80 mm......i.mmi.mo:d0 aiB
No, 83 t . 7 '20 out
Ho. 82 .M...'. i,,.,10:16am'
No. 84 , 1:32 pin
No 36 ... 7:10 pm
No SO will icavo Columbun aX I
p. m. on Sundays. i "
No. 33 start from Marlon, ' j 1.
No. 89 stops at (Morion. 1 "',
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:"j ERIE RAILROAD, j'
4 .. . fi:OT pis
12 t tt.1. 4:o0 am
' w i.-.. ":36 am
J . ....!...... 12:40 pta
23 ...., 6:20 b
( ; : tcbot bounu
"' 10: 2a am
7 ........1 11:0 va
8 ....................... 12:15 am
2l".V.V.V.V.'....'." 7.10 am
615 , , . M. 4!80 pm
i A-1K nm
- ..i.. -
in 12;25 am
l " ' '" -.'
13 " Bra
8 ,,. 8:35 aaa
18 ,),,. , 13:62 pns
Jfr WEST BOUND. '
7 10:27 am
j . . ..
1" ..' . P""
Dally. b Dally except 8unday.
All trains (tally xcopt locali
and Nob. 5 and 10. '
ror further infonnatlon rfcEordlni
iiraios, can iuioruiui uironii.,
L. B. NTORFnUJAlIi, A
Phono 210. ' ' Ticket Agent-,
N. Y. CENTRAL LINES,
f Blpr Four Route. Z?t .
BAST BOUND. t2' '
24 .. .... 9:25 ant
48 ."ril"12'2fi nootf
in '.'.'.'.,'.1'. '.'.'. '.!'.'. .. 7:83 pm
in E:27 pn
No. 10 dallr except Bunday. ..&
" ' WEST BOUND. '" - i
f) ."Tr ..-,,,s 2:8S ant
1 ' ''.'..... BiB8 BIfl
io , . . ... 0: 155 KM
27 liT'O p
jj 7:25 pm
5' .'. t 4:27 km
iwn k flntly (rrcopt Sunday. ' "- ..
Kor tho Occasion of tho In
auguration of l'rosldonl-oloot
Taft tlio ITookiiiK Valloy By.
Will Sell .Round Trip TickotB
to WnBliIucton nt Rodnood
Rates, Folirunry 8, Maroh 1,
2 and U, Return Limit Mnrch
Consult HookiniJ Valley Ticket
Agents for additional information
as to Rates, Route and Time.
rtt'S tAXAflVL H0I4E1 and rA?
, .fiMFVea 63U&11S '&SUT 4.01.0
lt'r?f WVS ' :
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