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1903 OCTOBER 1903
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All the News of the Past Seven
HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS
Jfews of the Industrial Field, Personal
and Political Items, Happenings
at Homo and Abroad.
THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD
in the extradition case of Leopold J.
Stern, of Baltimore, wanted in Wash
ington in connection with the postal
frauds, Justice Winchester, of Toronto,
Out., directed that Stern be delivered
over to the United States authorities.
At Annadale, Minn., in a flght between
a posse of citizens and a gang of sup
posed robbers one of the latter was
killed, one mortally wounded and four
others seriously wounded.
Four women were arowned on Long
lake, near Brainerd, Minn., while at
tempting to ford "the Narrows."
Elliott W. Shanklin, secretary of the
Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders' as
sociation, dropped dead suddenly in his
office In Loui&ville, Ky.
J. Loeser, a retired merchant of Pa
ducah, Ky., was knocked down and
robbed of $2,000 at Carbondale, 111.
Maj. Gen. Corbln, adjutant general of
the army, is to be assigned to the com
mand of the department of the east, with
headquarters at Governor's Island, Ne
G. Dun's weekly review predicts a
CO per cent reduction of pig iron out
put. Other industries are increased.
September railroad earnings were 8.4
per cent, over 1902. Bradstreet's re
ports spotted aspect in the middle we&t.
The Honorable Artillery of London
reached Boston, Mass., as the guests of
the Ancient and Honorable Artillery of
he latter city. They will visit Ne
York, Niagara Falls, Washington and
Despite pressure brought to bear upon
President Roosevelt, he stands firm in
his intention to call congress in ex
traordinary session in November, say
ing the country is committed to the
proposition that the Cuban reciprocity
treaty be made effective at the earliest
United States Senator Morgan advo
cates a strong anti-negro plank in the
Cardinal Gibbons, in a revised in
view, says divorce is a modified form
of polygamy and is poisoning the foun
tains of the country
Frank Buchanan was reelected
president by the iron-workers' conven
tion, receiving 43 votes to 40 for Hugh
F. Donnelly, the candidate of "Sam"
South Dakota's wheat and corn crop
were not damaged by snow, as rc
ftorted, and the claim is made that
the output this year will be a record
The Chicago Federation of Labor
lias prepared a letter to President
Itoosevelt protesting against his de
cision in the government printing oi
The passenger steamer Erie L.
Hackley sunk in a gale on Green bay
*nd 12 persons were drowned. Nine
.survivors reached Marinette after be
ing rescued by the steamer Sheboyjan
from the wreckage.
Cardinal Gibbons in a sermon at
Baltimore in honor of Pope Pius' elec
ti on predicted that the United States
would be represented by several cardi
nals at the next conclave.
Sir Thomas Lipton in a Ne York in
terview declared no country can displace
the United States as the source of food
.supply for Great Britain, but a tax on
iood products would be regrettable and
.hurt the poor.
A cyclone swept portions of Minnesota,
Wisconsin and Illinois. Eighteen lives
were lost, a number of people injured
n much property destroyed.
The Reese-Hammond Brick company,
Bolivar, Pa., is insolvent, with an in
debtedness of $600,000.
Au explosion in a distillery in Peoria,
ill., killed seven persons.
The Sycamore (111.) club won the Ir
iteretate league baseball pennant.
Peter Elliott, identified as a notorious
advocate of anarchy, was overpowered
by the white house police after a desper
ate battle, in which he and one of the
officers were wpunded. Elliott, who
hails from Minneapolis, was trying to
force an entrance to President Roose
A cyclone destroyed one-half of the
village of Ewen, Mich., and one man
was killed and four fatally injured.
The postal scandal investigation in
Washington ended with the return of
IZ indictments against ten officials.
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The University of Chicago enrollment
for the fall quarter totals 1,556, with
women outnumbering men in all depart
Mrs. John Beam, aged 65, her daugh
ter and granddaughter all gave birth
to twins on the same evening at Mitch
ellville, N. Y.
John D. Rockefeller says he is some
times tempted to go upon the lecture
platform and tell the public what a per
sonal comfort religion has been to him.
Ten horses were burned to death in
the destruction of a barn in Ithaca,
The Honorable Artillery of London
was entertained at a banquet costing
$60,000, given by the Ancient and Hon
orable Artillery of Boston.
Seventy printing houses were tied up
in Chicago by the press feeders' walk
he Morse Iron Works & Dr Dock
company in Brooklyn, N. Y., has been
placed in a receiver's hands because
of continued strikes among its em
ployes. Its payroll was $23,000 weekly.
A Devon, W Va, Jacob Lawson
and Farrel, both highly respected
killed each other in a duel.
Secretary Shaw has ordered the ex
clusion of a consignment of German
wines, on the ground that they are
Increases of wages of about $1,200,000
have been granted by the Erie raflroad
to its employes during the last year.
Coruption, graft and embezzlement are
oharges filed against officers high in the
Colorado national guard before Gov.
Services in memory of the late Sir
Michael Herbert, ambassador of Great
Britain to the. United States, were held
in Washington and were attended by the
president and his cabinet and many
Dr. Francis E Clark, president of the
WorW's Christian Endeavor union, will
visit New Zealand, Australia and Tas
Punch made of wood alcohol, lemon and
sugar proved fatal to three men in Phila
Ed. McCollum (colored) was shot to
death by a mob at Sheridan, Ark., for
wounding an officer who tried to arrest
John D. Rockefeller defeated J. Pier
pont Morgan in the battle for supremacy
in shaping the policy of the United States
For refusing to play In the centennial
parade in Chicago three bands which are
connected with the state militia will be
dismissed from the service.
A cabinet meeting was devoted chiefly
to discussing protection of the president
from cranks and a special law with severe
penalties applying to chief government
officers was favored.
The government report shows a gener
ally favorable week for crops and says
another week of warm, dry weather will
place most of the corn beyond danger
For the first time in history the United
States post office transactions exceed the
billion-dollar mark in a year.
Mr. Bristow's report on the postal
frauds will be submitted to Postmaster
General Payne within ten days and later
sent to the president.
The Northern Pacific railroad's failure
to pay $50,000 blackmail was met by dy
namite explosions near Helena, Mont.,
and at Missoula, a freight train and road
bed being wrecked.
PERSONAF. A POLITICAL.
Benjamin F. Zimmerman, 84 years
old, died in Baltimore, Md., Friday as
the result of advanced age. He was the
oldest grand past master of the order
of odd fellows in Maryland.
At the Massachusetts republican
state convention, in Boston, the unani
mous renominatlon of Gov. John L.
Bates, Lieut. Gov. Curtis Guild, and
the remainder of the present list of state
officers was made.
Lewis B. Gunckel. ex-congressman
from the Third Ohio district, died in
Dayton at the age of 77 years.
Ruth Bryan, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Jennings Bryan,
married to William Homer LeaviU, of
Newport, R. I at Fair View. Neb.
Abel Washburn, a pioneer settler,
died at Quasequeton, la, aged 103
Jerry Bosarth. aged 101 years, and
Julia An Jenkins, aged 99, were mar
ried at Parkersburg, W Va.
Dr. Joseph Stayman, a noted horti
culturist, originator of the Stayman
apple and the Stayman strawberry,
died at Leavenworth, Kan., aged 86
In Connecticut 110 towns held elec
tions, the republicans being successful
in 87 and the democrats in 23.
Wilson S. Bissell, postmaster general
in Prrsident Cleveland's administration
from 1893 to 1893, died at Buffalo, N. Y.,
aged 56 years.
Rhode Island republicans in conven
tion at Providence nominated Samuel P.
Oolt, of Bristol, for governor, and pledged
the state delegates to Theodore Roosevelt
William T. Baker, five times president
of the Chicago board of trade, president
of the world's fair and capitalist, died
at his sunmier home in Highland Park.
The Czernowitz, the paper which first
published an account of the Kishineff
riots, says 300 Jews and 100 Christians
have been slaughtered at Mohilev-Po
dolsky, a town near Kishineff.
The entire Christian population of the
town of Mehomia is said to have been
massacred by the Turks.
The new British cabinet was an
nounced in London with Alfred Lyttle
ton as colonial secretary and Austen
Chamberlain as chancellor of the ex
President Castro seeks to collect
double taxes from foreigners in Ven
ezuela by way of revenge on those pow
ers which blocked his coasts last year.
Sir Albert P. Coape. an English bar
onet, who became a saloon keeper at
Lumberton, N. M., fatally shot his wife,
hi* sister-in-law and himself.
Premier Balfour, speaking at Shef
field, announced that Lord Milner can
not accept the colonial secretaryship.
Philippines customs report for the
fiscal year 1903 shows imports $253,67.)
under 1902, with exports $8,862,700
The Russian press is alarmed at the
mobilizing of the Japanese army and
fleet in Korea.
Jacques Lebaudy, a French million
aire, is declared to be planning a"great
negro state on the west coast of Africa
for immigrants from the United
Bishop Doherty, the first American
clerical dignitary appointed forthe Phil
ippine islands, has arrived at Manila.
A sped of 125 Yz miles an hour was at
tained by a trolley car near Berlin, Ger
The remains of Sir Michael Herbert,
the late British ambassador at Washing
ton, were interred in the family burial
ground at Wilton, Wiltshire.
Mr. Chamberlain opened his fiscal cam
paign at Glasgow, comparing America's
great commercial progress with Britain'3
Russia has notified China that she will
not evacuate Manchuria unless all her
demands are complied with, and war
Rhode Island prohibitionists have
nominated Frederick T. Jencks, of Bar
rington, for governor.
Engineers Worrell and Penrod &Ed
Firemen Hamlin and Rogers were killed
in a railway collision near Siloam
The volcano of Mauna Lo a on the
Island of Hawaii is in a state of violent
William on Hodge of Galveston, Tex.,
is thought to be the long-lost Charlie
Ross of Philadelphia, a friend of the fam
ily recognising marks of identification.
Seventy-five white men In Alabama
have been disfranchised because they
did not pay the $2 tax.
Prof. S. H. Langley's 60-foot flying
machine was wrecked in the Potomac
river at Widewater, Va, after totally
failing to work.
During September there were 129 de
sertions from the battle-ship Maine, or
one man in every four of the crew.
Sir Thomas Lipton proposes to offer
a $2,500 cup to competed for in races
across the Atlantic by fast yachts of all
The seventh annual convention of the
League of American Municipalities began
The grand jury of Moore county, Ten
nessee, has returned 22 indictments for
murder against the members of a mob
who lynched a negro in Nashville.
John Decker, of Norwich, Conn., a me
chanic 44 years old, entered the white
house in Washington, was arrested as a
chank and sent to an insane asylum.
A census shows the civilized portion of
the native population of the Philippines
to be 7,000,000. Th uncivilized popula
tion is placed at about 600,000.
Several members of the cabinet, in
cluding Secretaries Shaw, Moody^and
Wilson, will participate in the political
campaigns progressing in the several
A joint commission may be appointed
by President Roosevelt to investigate
and report upon the currency question.
William Wnght, of Effingham, has
been elected grand master of Illinois
Tornadoes took three lives in Kansas,
wiped out the town of Allceville and de
stroyed nine houses near Hamilton. Six
more victims were^jeported djing and
ten others injured.
Senator Quay celebrated his seven
tieth birthday anniversary at Pitts
The widow of Gen. Noyes. former
governor of Ohio, has presented his
sword to the state.
Twelve hundred schools in Porto
Rico were opened Monday and 60,000
pupils were received.
Rabbi Glazier, of De Moines, whose
synagogue is the oldest west of Chica
go, is compiling a history of'the Je ws
Fish Commissioner Bernit. of Hono
lulu, is making a collection of fish from
Hawaiian waters to be shown at the
St. Louis fair.
Harry Hon Let, a Chinese youth, has
entered the freshman class of the Bal
timore city college and will take the
Reports received by the bureau of
insular affairs shows that the exports
and imports of the Philippines are rap
Every third class man. as he reports
at the Annapolis naval academy, is
now required to sign a pledge that he
will not do any hazing.
The Episcopal church in the United
States is taking steps to organize prov
inces, to be composed of groups of
R. H. Lake, of Washington, has in
vented a pneumatic gun which he
claims can shoot any kind of a curved
ball kno wn to the pitcher's art.
For the first time in the history of
German universities a deaf mute has
obtained a doctor's degree. Th Uni
versity of Leipsic has conferred a Ph
D. on Dr. Walter Kuntze.
Thomas E. Sauls, who recently cele
brated his one hundredth birthday at
Webb City. Mo, has seen every presi
dent of the United States except Wash
ington and Roosevelt.
Lawyers who are backed by builders
and employers of New York are fram
ing a bill to destroy the power of the
walking delegate and make labor
The insurance commissioners' con
vention at Baltimore invokes the aid
of congress in the fight against "wild
cat" companies and will seek to have
them barred from the mails.
The insular department sent $3,000,-
000 in bills from Washington to New
York by Marion E Beall, an unbonded
clerk, who carried the treasure in a
dress suit case and delivered it safely.
Had Much Wealth.
Several days ago James Collins a
railroad laborer, went into a saloon
run by J. Johnson, in Minneapolis and
left a package with Johnson, which
Collins said contained a large sum of
money. told Johnson th at he was
a heavy drinker and was afraid that
he might die, and that if he did not
show up forth money to notify Mrs.
J. W. ilearne of Stillwater.
Johnson took the package, thinking
the man was slightly demented, but
was willing to humor him.
Saturday night a man claiming to
be J. W. Ilearne appeared at the cent
tral police station and wanted an offi
cer to go with him to a saloon to wit
ness the payment of a certain sum of
money to him by the saloonkeeper.
A man accompanied Hearne, and in
his presence Johnson handed over a
package containing $3,600 to Hearne.
Sunday morning Collins died of de
lirium tremens in the city hospital. I*
is not known where he accumulated
such a sum of money.
Minnesota's Oldest Church.
The fiftieth anniversary of the build
ing of the St Peter's church at Men
dota was celebrated with due ceremo
ny. It is the first permanent church
erected in what is now Minnesota. Re
plete with historic memories, it recalls
the days when Mendota was the me
tropolis of the Northwest, and St.
Paul the suburb. Old settlers, somt
of them among the builders of the his
toric old church, were present at the
ceremonies, their faces beaming with
pride at the achievements commemo
It was a great day for Mendota. The
members of the congregation gathered
from miles around. The picturesque
old village was enlivened by the
crowds which throng ed about the old
church. Several of the former pastors
of the church were there. A dozen
neighboring priests assisted Mgr. Os
ter, th pastor, in the celebration of an
event which has a unique significance
to the Catholics of Minnesota and par
ticularly of the region which was once
included in the parish of St. Peters.
Will Talk About Bags.
F. L. Washburn, state entomologist,
is preparing to hold a series of practi
cal talks on Minnesota insects in dif
ferent localities during the fall and
winter to discuss with farmers the
best means of combating such pests as
chinch bugs and hessian fly, with
which those localities are troubled.
These talks will be illustrated with
specimens or pictures, or both. Farm
ers desiring a meeting of this kind are
Invited to correspond with the ento
mologist of the experiment station at
St. Anthony Park.
A total increase of $3,273,878 in the
assessed valuation of public franchise
companies vv as made by the state board
of equalization by a unanimous vote.
Of this amount $2,855,443 was added to
the valuation of the Twin City Rapid
Transit companj', $140,000 to the Du
luth-Superior Traction company, $100,-
000 to the St. Paul Gas Light company,
$9*3,570 to the Minneapolis General
Electric company, and $87,865 to the
Minneapolis Gas Light company.,
Poisoned by Cat's Bite.
Surprising symptoms of hydropho
bia are said to have been exhibited by
an 11-year-old boy who was taken
through St. Paul for treatment at the
Pasteur Institute, Chicago. The boy
is Charles Upton, son of Amos Upton,
of Morris. Charles was bitten by a
cat several weeks ago is said to
have begun to '"me-ow," and to spit
and howl like a cat. These symptoms,
displayed at the union depot in St.
Paul, alarmed travelers.
News in Brief.
The St. Paul plumbers threaten to
strike, also the Minneapolis men.
Large llimbers of inquiries regard
ing Minnesota land are received in
Rev. Edwin S. Bunce. who believed
himself to be the oldest Methodist
minister in Minnesota, died in Min
After worki ng for mo re than two
years to form a milk trust and after
having so perfected it that the price
of milk was raised by one leap by
more th an a cent a quart, the who le
thing has gone to the wall and milk
again in the Twin Cities.
Reports from the timber belt of
northern Minnesota pronounce the re
cent storm the worst in the memory
of the white man The trees lie in a
tangled ma ss over the entire north
ern half of the state. Th loss may
aggregate more than a million.
The gnost of Herman Neitzell, the
young man who was killed on the
Great Northern tracks near St Cloud
has been seen. A least this is the
claim of the section men who say
that every morning and evening his
figure is seen walking the track to
he place where he met his death,
when it suddenly disappears.
A new company has been organized
in Hastings with an authorized capital
of $100,000 to manufacture the time
recorder invented by S. A. Dean of
Minneapolis, said to be the only com
plete machine of the kind on the
Everything points to another muni
cipal howsecleaning for Minneapolis.
Paul to a charge of forgery and was
session is said to be goi ng into the
records of the city councils for a few
years back in connection with cor
The 3-year-old daughter of Orrie
Albertson became lost^in the woods
vesterday afternoon. Citizens of Bat
tle Lake were notified and about 150
searchea till 4 in the morning, but
no tract of the child could be ob
tained. Later her grandfather found
her safe and sound about a mile and
a half from home.
ROUND ABOUT THE STATE.
Seven women weie arraigned In
court in St. Paul for vagrancy.
The Southeastern Minnesota Educa
tional Association will me et at Wino
na Nov. 20 and 21.
While operating an ensilage cut
ter O. F. Brand of Faribault had his
left hand severed.
A couple of girls from Little Falls
got so tired of living in Fargo that
they walked home.
William Leubitz, a farmer died in
his carriage on the way to Perham.
was suffering from cancer.
Because he was unable to get work
Ludwig Samuelson committed sui
cide in Loring Park, Minneapolis.
St. Cloud will entertain the Minne
sota state conference of the Unita
rians at Unity church Oct. 26 and 27.
he Landstad Lutheran-congrega
tion has let the contract for a large
church in Bagley. Work has already
Three children narrowly escaped
death in a fire whi ch almost destroy
ed the old Forest Court apartment
house in Minneapolis.
Fire destroyed a thousand bushels
Of grain in the stack belonging to
R. Freeman at Waln ut Grove. In
cendiarism is suspected.
Thomas Moran pleaded guilty in S
Paul to a charge of ofrgery and was
sentenced to four year and six
months in the state prison.
Adelina Patti, the greatest of all
singers, is coming to Minneapolis and
will be heard at the International
Auditorium the evening of Dec. 30.
At Green Isle burglars blew up the
deposit safe, secured a small sum,
broke open another section house and
took the handcar to Hamburg.
There are now over 36,000 pupils in
he public schools of Minneapolis, an
increase of nearly 1,500 over the en
rollment for September a year ago
Mary Copple, the 10-year-old
daughter of W. Copple, Merriam
Park, fractured her skull while slid
ing down a banister. She will re
Postmaster Berkins' large barn on
his farm burned near Morris. Eleven
horses, nine co ws and many farming
appliances are lost. The origin is a
A serious freight wreck occurred
at Carlton on the Great Northern.
The crew escaped death by jumping.
Nine cars were derailed and traffic
Emil Grams, a farmer residing ten
miles east of Mankato, shot and in
stantly killed his wife. After being
placed in jail he committed suicide
The Congregational parsonage at
Bagley is finished and ready for oc
cupancy. The funds were raised
largely by the Congregational Ladies'
The body of Ole Frit/, of Holm es
City, Douglas county, was found in a
small lake eight miles northeast of
Elbow Lake. undoubtedly com
The state timber board met at the
state capitol and granted one year
extension on the logging contracts of
a number of companies operating, in
Jimmie McDonnel, a fifteen-year
old boy, while attempting to dis
charge a gun, fell out of his canoe
and was drowned in the Mississippi
river near South Park.
Edward E Webster has resigned as
general manager of the Twin City
Telephone companj-, to assume the
position of general manager of the in
dependent Telephone company of
Entertainment uncommonly gen
erous will be provided for the 200 del
egates that will attend the annual
convention of the Horseshoers of
America to be held in St. Paul Oct.
12 to 16.
Hennepin county's assessments on
personal property has be en raised $3,-
069,5?5 by the state board of equali
zation. This brings the personal pro
perty valuation the county up tQ
The executive committee of the
State Federation of Labor met in
Minneapolis and decided to start at
once upon a campaign to raise $100,-
000 for the benefit of the striking
There are 106,898 dogs in Minnesota,
according to the assessment rolls of
the counties, and their value for pur
poses of taxation has been determin
ed by the state board of equalization
as $5 per dog
Standing in the pulpit of the Thir
teenth Avenue Methodist church,
Minneapolis, Rev. Truman Allen
was suddenly stricken, with apoplexy.
was taken to his home, 926 Thir
teenth avenue S, and died three hours
William Ward, colored, and Daniel
Evans, white, both 6 feet 4, and ex
volunteers in the army of the Philip
pines, met in Minneapolis, got drunk
and stole some clothing. Ward^ con
fessed and drew two jears and a jury
convicted Evaus, so they -will meet
again at Stillwater.
President Charles S. Mellen of the
Northern Pacific announced th at his
resignation has been presented to the
directors of the system. will be
elected president of the New York,
New Haven & Hartford at a meeting
of the directors Oct. 21.
he splendid new church of the
German Lutheran society at Preston
is nearing completion and will soon
The strike in the Minneapolis mills
is booming the flour business in the
state. A bt. Cloud miller was co m
pelled to turn away an order for 2,000
barrels. All mills in this section are
running night and day.
he state board of control will in
stall a spiral steel fire escape at the
school for the deaf and blind at Fari
bault. The persons slide do wn the
escape and a capacity of 200 persons
a minute is claimed fox tW
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tear to Get.
JPierpont, O., Oct. 5th.Remarkable 1
deed is the experience of Mr. A. S. 'turner, a
man now over seventy-one years of age, and
whose home is here.
For many yearB thiirold gentleman bad
suffered with a very unpleasant form of Kid
ney Trouble, a kind that very often both
ers aged people. He would have to get up
four five times every night, and this very
tiresome disease was fast wearing him
At last after having almost made up his
mind that he would never be able to get re
lief, he stumbled over a medicine which re
lieved him almost immediately, and has cured
him permanently. It is so very easy to get
and so tumble that Mr. Turner thinks every
one should know it. Every dealer in the
country haa it, and all you have to do is to
ask for Doda's Kidney Pills. Mr. Turner
"I can heartily and honestly recommend
D6*dd's Kidney Pills, forthey cured me. Sev
eral others in the iamily have used them, too,
and always with the best results. I thank
they have no equal."
Like other men of prominence, Admiral
Dewey often comes across the irresponsible
party, who always affects to be on terms
of intimacy with notable persons. Courte*
oikj and genial to a degree, the admiral baa
piofound dislike for tnis sort of nuisance,
and does not hesitate to ^how the feeling.
Not long ago, vv hile out w"alkmgin Washing
ton, he was accosted by an effusive stranger,
who grasped his hand and said: "Geoige.
I'll bet you don't krfovv me." TBe admiral
looked his displeasure as he answered, grim
lv: "You win, and'walked on.Detroit J?rea
Cheap Excursion to the South.
On Oct. 20th the Kansas City Southern
Ry. (Port Arthur Route) will run a cheap
excursion from Kansas City and all stationa
in Missouri and Kansas to Lake Charles,
Shreveport, Beaumont and Port Arthur.
The rate for the round trip will be $15,
limited to 21 days from date of sale, good
to stop over on going trip at all points en
route, provided final destination is reached
inside of 15 days from date of sale. This
exceptionally low rate, together with lib
eral stopover privileges allowed, should in
sure a great crowd, especially in view of the
fact that this is the most delightful season of
the year to visit the Southland. Similar low
rates will probably be placed in effect.from
points north and east of Kansas City: Ask
Every effort will be made by the Company
to secure the safety and comfort of its pa
trons. All inquiries- relative to desirable
locations to visit or other information will be
cheerfully furnished. Address either S. (J.
Warner, G. P. & T. A., F. E. Roesler, T. P.
& I. A. or J. H. Morris, T. P. A., Kansas
Carrie"I'm sure you misjudge Mr. Sweet
ser, papa. He la a man of great ambitions.
You should hear him tell of the things he is
going to do." Carrie's Papa"And I SUD
pose I'm one of 'em: but 1 reckon he 11 tind
jt harder to accomplishthan he faneiesit i*.
A Good filing
Every issue of The Four-Track News make*
it easier for ticket agents and ticket sellers
to secuie passengers tor distant parts of the
countiy, for the reason that every article and
every illustration in The Four-Track News
is an inducement for readers to travel and*
see what a marvelous variety of scenery and
climate our own country possesses. Tne
more these facts are impressed upon the aver
age person, the more certain he or she is to
have a desire to travel. Therefore, The Four
Track News is not only in the interest of all
the transportation lines and hotels, it also
bears out the legend of its title page of "An
Illustrated Magazine of Travel and Educa
tion."From the Buffalo Commercial.
The affluence of a life may be known bjj
its influence.Ram's Horn.
Do not believe Piso's Cure for Consump
tion has an equal for coughs and colds.J.
P. Boyer, Trinity Springs, lnd., Feb. 15,1900.
If all our desnes were granted xa* delight*
would be gone.Ram's Horn.
Stop* the Con fell
and works off the cold. Laxative Bromo
Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents
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Economy is the road to wealth. Putnam
Fadeless Dye is the road to economy.
He who begins low can go up higher.
Farm and Home.
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