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The Ceredo Advance.
T T. McDOlQAL. Publtbtr. CEREDO, - WEST VIRGINIA, Grrat Rritain has four times ns ma ny millionaires «s France. Th»re are nearly 270 different re ligions in the Cnited Kingdom. The apple rrop In the United States and Canada will be good. India’s population is 300.000,000— one-fifth of ail the people of the world. Radium, whan brought near a dia mond in the dark, will make it sparkle. Since 1850 Vhe nimlbcr of liquor li censes in Liverpool England, lias been reduced bv 422. Over 500 infants are killed every year in London by being overlaid in bed by their parents. The farms of the United States co\tr 841,000,000 acres and empio) nearly 10,500:6(10 people. During July 117 vessels of 24.450 ‘tons were built and officially number ed in the United States. Funds for the building and endow ^<nt of a (In man s< bool in Yokohama ire being raised in Berlin. .A church recently dedicated In St. rul was erected at a cost of $7,000, Raised by 10,000 contributors of 70 puts each. American packing bouse products tregftte $144,000,000 worth a year, ;r cent, of which goes to the Unit kingdom. ilfast city corporation has decided place shelters for consumptives i.n Ibe public parks, and protest meetings are being held. (The largest tree in the world lies Broken and petrified nt the end of a defile in Northwestern Nevada. It is Said to lie CCtl feet long. There are few women missionaries In Africa because of the deadly nature ef the climate and the social condi tions of vast territories there. Lord Roberts’.appeal for the restora tion of Boer Bibles brought home ns curiosities from South Africa lias re sulted in the return of about 80, Manila has a total population of cornething like 300,000, about 10.000 American and European born. The Anu-i lean population is estimated at about f>,000. While a miscreant was building up stones on a railway line near Berlin in r dir to cause an accident an e* press dashed past, striking and fatal Jy injuring him. I'lai inuni in six times as expensive now as it was 30 years ago, and Ge neva jewelers complain that they can not get nearly -enough of tlie metaJ for their work. Sultans are expensive pets The sul tan of Turkey costs his country ©00,000 annually. We pay our presi dent only $50,000 and he is worth a couple of milliuu -sultans. Wiille fishing in the neighborhood ®f Vigevano. near Milan, a fisherman discovered a quantity of bronze coin* cl the time of Constantine, weighing Jn all about twelve pounds. George B. Young, the St. Paul at torney ntaimd bv the Northern Se curities Co. in 1tie merger trial, re ceived a fee of flOO.'OOO. Me was spe cial counsel for the company. Several rapes <yl ut'empted suicide by taking corrosive sublimate having occurred lately in Naples, tbe local papers aie Indignant .at the ease with which (lie poison cun be obtained. Chemists’ shops are limited to a cer tain number in Germany, nnd new lirenr-es ere rarely granted. A luisl rer> was sold for HP.fiOO in Danzig recently, including SL7t,V()0 for the li cence T»n years ago rent* w**rp little* used In t alifnrnia end the south, an<| were prartlrally unknown in Nevada, Wy omiria an<l Arizona. 1mi4 -today th-v Circulate' everywhere ha benefit €>f the slot mu' hi nos. The* oldest mine* in Antrim are lor ate (1 in Missouri. Th»-> are- the* lead •n!> nickel mine, in Madison county, which were worked by tbo Indians ns early as 1726, and have beon mined continuously almost ever *;n*» During the summer lait* j.nn bers ©f women come from Poland. S and Galacia. to Central Germany to work In tlie sugar bee t fields. Ti • y • re driven In gangs by a male over re r and receive 35 cents a day anil board. A farmer In the* central west who ns** a small tra<fion engine and a gang of 14 inch plows says that it reed* him .70 fee 62 rents per acre to break his ground. The t mount of human labor now re quired V> produce a bushel of wheat from laXf.ning to end is on an aver •rage only ten minute*, and the cost Cf such labor' Js 3 1-3 cents. Tie German government wlJJ Intro tJ'ire in the rehfo'dag a hill requiring raloonkeepers to r^'l non-intoxlc*dn* I>ot and cold drinker and cold fe><x}^ Credit will be fnrbldderf and thf gym *«r (>f tarir.ald, JImitetl. IN THE IK OF TIE Officials’ Prompt Work Prevented a Lynching at Oxford, O. The Rcpe W;s Cut and the Victim Rescued From the Mob— Previous ly Five Men Were Shot and Dangerously Wosnded. Oxford. O., Oct. 2£.—Five persmrs were shot and dangerously wounded Thursday night in a tight between offi cits and several strangers from Ken tucky wbr> were shooting their revol vers in 1h« streets during the fa;r. Two of the Kentuckians were named Joseph and John Spivey. Marshal John Woodruff and hts deputy. Jacob M unroil, endiavuned to arrest them and were shot. Marshal Woodruff in the right breast %nd Deputy Manrod in tin* left wrist. A crowd started in pursuit of the Spivey brothers and overtook tnem. Joseph Spivey was shot hi the tiglh side with a lond of tmrkshot and his brother was knocked unconscious with a stone thrown by some one in the crowd of pursuers. During the tight a stranger who re fuses to gtve his name was shot in the abdomen and is in a dangerous con <1 If Ion. The Spiveys were arrested. A large crowd followed and soon surrounded the jail. They had secured n rope and endeavored to take both I.ouis Spivey and Joseph Spivey out of the officers' hands, but they were frustrated bv ’the officers. The mob also had no recognized leader, and nally Everett Woodruff, tlie fattier of the wounded marshal, appeared on the scene and expected the mob to avenge the murder of his son. himself direct ing the mob. the door of the jail was battered down and a long rope was fastened around the neck of Joseph Spivey and he was led forth. Fully one hundred men had hold of the rope and they dragged him through tie street in the direction of the public park. Spivey begged and cried for merry and implored the mob to allow him to see his wife ami children be fore they hung him. Epithets and curses were heaped upon him. and he was dragged by tne infuriated mob to the pdblie park. When they came to the tree where 11 years ago a mob hail lynched Henry Corbin, the Negro who killed Mrs. Horner, and murder ously assaulted her daughter, a voice cried out to halt and to hang him. This tree was also the scene 2f> years ago rtf a lynching of a Negro who had also assaulted a lady. The rope was swung around a limb and Spivey was jerked into midair. In their hurry the mot> ‘neglected to tie Spivey’s hands and he grabbed the rope above his heart and saved himself. He cried pit eously and hogged to lie allowed to write a letter to his wife and children. A voice lu the mob cried out to leave him down and the mob released the rope, and Spivey was given a pencil and paper, lie vainly endeavored to write, lint it was utterly unintelligible. A voice cried out. hang him, ami the rope tightened and Spivey was again suspended in midair. He again grab bed the rope above his head and be tween strangulations begged and plead ed frrr an opportunity to write a letter to his wife and children He was again 'lot down but only repeated his former miserable efforts. There wore in the mob a number of Negroes and they were greatly excited. A colored man ralse.d his voice and said that ff Spivey were a colored man. he would have been swung Into eternity long ago. The rope again tightened and Spivey was suspended for a third time in midair. There was a sudden jost ling, and Deputy Sheriff Hrannan and a few assistants rushed forward, cut the rope and dashed down the streit with flic prisoner. He was rushed to 1be jail and has been spirited out of town. John Spivey is dying with a bullet through his head. The stranger lives at Monroe. ().. and will die. The mar shal airfi deputy will recover. AUTOMOBILE TRIP. From Chicago to New York in Sev enty Six Hours. N>u Turk. Ort. 2.—Bert Hojrom'b anil Thairy Kendall finished a rrcorik breaking trip from Chicago to Now ^ °rk Thursday. the machine making the trip iii 70 hours. The automobile, a 24-hor*e power ina' hine, had boon delayed several hours on account of losing the road Wednesday night. The <ar cmered 1.177 miles. an average of , mil*'* per hour. It wae driven hy r«4ay* of chauffeurs. Pres* Fiteders to Be Locked Out. Chicago. Oct. 2. The Chi* ago Typo thetae has derided to do* la re a he U out of jr*’** fe*>ders In 400 book and ioh printing offices Monday morning. Twenty flu- hundred no n will he look ed out. the employers declaring that the union riuluterl an agreement in presenting n< maii'N for wage in* r<a--e Without extending a nnfhe six month* In advance that a change was dt> sired. Dan Patch Failed to iLower Record. ( inr lnnatl. Oct 2. han Patch at tb-e Oakley track Thursday was driven against his par ing rer or4 of hut be inlied to heat It, lie went to the fjitar'er In hM,. to the half in 5f>» the trtr*’equarters In 130t'4 and rum pleted Th*- mile in 2:"1'4 Valu»“ of Foreign Coin. Washington Oct. 2.— The quarterly statement of the changes Id the value of foreign ro!n. Issued hy the director of the mint, shows at. average no rear# in the valut of silver ("f .081SV rtfhfa an onnre v njRKa routed by insurgent*. Five Engagement* Reported In the Vicinity of Kenatova. Sofia. Oct. 3.—Five engagements are reported to have taken place in the vi cinity of Kenatovo, where 5,blH) Turks were attacked tiy revolutionary hands, and. though many Turks were killed, the Insurgents were rented. One of the leaders of the latter, l„ieut. Tont cbeff, committed suicide in order to avoid capture. Advices from the insurgent head quarters assert that G.000 Turks were routed by insurgents in the Pirin mountains after four clays fighting. The Turkish Josses in this affair are said to leave Ireen the heaviest during tlie whole outbreak. They included three colonels and many officers of lower rank. Three batteries of siege artillery left Sofia early Friday morning for Has Uovo, near the frontier of Adrianople vilayet. tendon. Oct. 3.—With fne exception of the revolutionary report of the mas sacre at Mehomla, which is identical with the town of Razlog, there is little news Irani the Halkans. Tire semi-official Journal de St. Pe tersburg. commenting on the visit of the czar to Kmperor Francis Joseph, declares that tlie firm language *-n> ployed by the representatives of the Russian and Austrian government at Constantinople and Sofia has averten war for the present. A dispatch from Constantinople says the Anatolian troops recently called out are merely intended to replace the unruly troops who are responsible for the excesses, so the actual effective ness eff the army In Koumeiia will not thereby be increased. WANTS BIG DAMAGES. Suit Entered Against St. Louis Offi cials and the Grand Jury. St. I.onis. Oct. 3—The Hialto Grain and Securities Co. Friday filed suit in the circuit court against Sheriff Jo seph F. Dlckman, Circuit Attorney Jo seph W. Folk and his assistant. W. Scott Hancock, for $30,000 actual and $20,000 punitive damages. The mem bers of tiie present grand jury are named as co-defendants. The petition charges that on Septem ber 3<* the defendants “Maliciously combined to destroy the business of tiie Hialto company and to bring tin plaintiffs into disrepute by seizing tiie boobs, accounts, letters and papets of the company; that they broke open desks, rifled and pillaged the prem ises, ail of which was unlawful tres pass.” Simultaneous with the filing of the above petition. Mai. Hugh C. Dennis, piesident of tiie Rialto company, filed a suit against t ie same defendants for $25,000 actual and $25,000 punitive damages, charging that they caused him. on September 30, to be taken through the streets of St. Louis to the four courts "Depriving him of his lib erty and subjecting him to great odium.” TO AID AMERICAN NEGROES. Convention Decided to Raise a Fund of $200,000,000. New York. Oct. 3.—The Commercial American Negro convention, which opened on Thursday in Brooklyn, clos ed Friday night. It was decided to name the new organization which had been effected the American Negro Co Operative and Industrial association. The convention decided to raise a fund of $200,000,000 to aid Negroes in this country. On the suggestion of the committee it was declared that the 10. 000.000 Negroes in the United States might be taxed 41 cents a month, whbh would create a fund of $50,000,! 0<'0 in one year, or $200,000,000 in four yrars. Tiie interest on this sum at 4 per cent.. $8.000,000 a year, could be used for the establishment of factories, banking Institutions, the purchase of valuable stock and the organization of other business enterprises for the ben efit of the race. Wot« Coat of Mall. Ttoston, Oft. 3.— Wearing a on at of mail and using a self-cocking revolver. Won Lung Friday ni^bt killed a Phi noun and inflifted serious wounds on ♦ wo other Chinese. The shooting was the result of a gambling quarrel. Student Committed Suicide. Tterlin. Oct. 3.—Robert Cordes. a student, has committed suicide owing, ft Is alleged, to the bad treatment meted out to him by Knslgn von H< fi nings and several of the sergeants in his regiment. Secretary to the British Embassy. Washington. Oet. 3 Arthur Haikes, seerefary of the HriHsh embassy, ar ri' • <1 Friday to r*|ir-n up the embassy r<rior to the selection of a successor to '"dr Michael Herbert. He paid his. re spects to Af ting Sh retarv Loomis. Part of a Texas Town Flooded. Hrownwood. Tex.( Oct. 2 'Inch damage has been done by a rise in the river hero, the water flooding the whole lower part of the town, from w-blrli the families have all moved. Wm. J. Bryan Leaves For the East. Lincoln. Neb., Oct. 3.— Announce men* was msde Friday night tha* W. J. ttryan would leave Lincoln for the east on Sunday and would not return until after he hsd completed his Kuro I * an trip. Ije will be accfimpanied i abroad by his son William. Rr. Adm’. Kempft to Be Retired. Washington. Oct. 3. — Ur. Adm Kempff will be retired oti October 11. Orders have been Issued for his dei iaohment from duty as comtucnriant of tbe Pacific cava] district to aB.Mt his retirement. ALLEGED SHORTAGE A. Female Bookkeeper Charged With Grand Larceny. The Complainants Are Officers of the United States Playing Card Co.( Cincinnati — Alleged Pecula- - lions May Reach $50,000. Now York, Oft, 3.—Marie Layton Johnson, wife of Albert kZ. Johnson, a dentist of Iairohmor.1, N. Y., was ar rested Friday night on a warrant charging her with, grand larceny of $2,000. The total amount of her defal cations may, it is said, amount to $50,000. The complainants are officers of the United States Playing Card Co., of Cincinnati. The officers are John Gm wake, president; R. H. McCutcheon, secretary and treasurer and manager of the Ni w York branch, and R. J. Morgan, manager of the Cincinnati of fice. Mrs. Johnson, whose maiden name was Marie Layton, was bookkeeper for he New York office, and in addition, acted as private secretary to Mr. Mc Cutcheon. She was married to Or. Johnson in 1901. but did not leave her position after the marriage. In April of this year discrepancies are said to nave been discovered in her accounts, according to the statement given out by Inspector McCIusky, and an exami nation is said to have revealed a short age of JlO.oitO between January 1 and \pril 15, in the accounts of the New York office. — » •*< ™uiii«&u» liit'lliiKj its Haiti in Iiavo been as follows: The accounts of the "oneern were kept in tbe Hanover na tional hank, there being n New York md Cincinnati account tlier*-. Cincin nati would send to New York a hill of toods. which would be sold for $3,000. tnd that amount would be placed to he rrc dit of the Cincinnati account. Hut. it is alleged. Mrs. Johnson would "barge the New York office with $r>, hiO. taking the difference herself. To nake the nceo* c t» balan(e she would 'hen raise a small bill of goods shipped rrom Cincinnati from, say $9 to $2,009. Mrs. Johnson was discharged from he employment of the company in Vpril. when. Inspector McClusky says, -lu* admitted defalcations of $10,900. It was thought at that time that her husband. Dr. Johnson, who lias a large practice, would make up the loss, but ■his was not done. Later, further in vestigation was made into both the New York and Cincinnati accounts, with the result, it is said, that the de falcations now amount to $33,000, with h possibility that they may reach $50. >00. Dr. Johnson refused to say anything ibout the case, nor would any of the officers of the card company talk. It is ;aid that Mrs. Johnson specu lated in Wall street and lost consider able money there. EXTRA SESSION OF CONGRESS. t Will Be Called By President Roose velt in November. Washington. Oct. 3.—A good deal cf :>res8iire has been brought to bear on •he president to induce him not to call •ongress into extraordinary session in November: but to all callers who have spoken to him In that vein he has said •hat tais government is committed to he proposition that the Cuban reci nrocity treaty he made effective at the -arliest possible dale and he regards t as a matter of good faith that this •ountry should keep Its word. He has leclined. therefore, to consider any proposal looking to the abandonment >f tlie? idea of an extraordinary ses sion. GIRL ASSAULTED AND KILLED. 0 17-Year Old Boy Confeesed, Imp!! eating Others. Gutlirir, OHa., Ort. 3.—Half buried n weeds by the roadside, her throat "ut from ear to ear. the body of Mary Prokosh, 13 .tears* old. was discovered Friday near her home in Northern Payne county. Izey E. Rogers. 17 vrais old, has confessed that he as saulted the girl and afterwards helped o kill her because she declared that -he would tell h* r parents. Rogers ia« implicated Frank Quinness and a • noth of the name ff Mnlley, now in iaifrat Stillwater. Hogcis is in jail at Perry. King Alfonso to Wed. Madrid. Oct. 3 It is reported on 'he authority of a high court dlgni 'ary that the queen mother and Km l f,i or Francis Josef, of Austria, have irranged fo’- the marriage of King Al fon>-o to the Archduchess Eleanor, the “blest daughter of the Archduke Cbaa. Stephen, of Austria. Chicago After It. Glilrago. Oct 3. Chicago is r bid I't for the national republican conven tion of lfd>4. In all probability tli© Hamilton club will lead the fight to /“t it. The question arose with the meeting 11* re of the executive com oittfe of the national r-tpublican league. Ohio Man Receives a Degree, Berlin, Oct. 3. Clarence R Schuttx, »f Cincinnati, has received the degree >f doctor engineer from the Technical university. He Is the first American >n whom this degree, created by Km peror William three years ago, lias been conferred. The Battleship M ssouri. Washington. Oct. 3 -The official trial of the liattlcship Missouri will *ake olfc'f on the 21st Inst. Capt. ’owles, PK-stdeot Roosevelt's brother a law, will 1% Iba first commander of tbs Missouri. V| MAIL POUCH THEFT. It l« Sa d It Contained $500,000 in Ne gotiable Paper. New York. Oct. 3.—Word was re ceived Friday night that F. H. Crosby, ilias A. E. Bell, alias Hammond, alias Crawford, had been arrested in Den ver, accused of stealing a mail pouch '■ordaining $500,000 worth of negotia te bank paper at Philadelphia on the night of September 8. He is charged with several other crimes, including swindling and forgery. It is alleged that Crosby returned to this country from Crowe, Erg., last summer and went to Asbury Park, where he repre sented himself to be a fruit speculator. Ills wife mingled in good society and Introduced her husband to prominent business men and at the bank there, where he made deposits, declaring to the officials that he intended to con tinue his account for the summer months. On September lb, it Is said, be de posited a number of checks payable to his order, drawn < n different Phila delphia firms. Two days later he c los ed the accounts, withdrawing the amounts due him. He and bis wife then left Asbury Park. About this time, it Is said. W. W. Dickson, chief post office inspector of Philadelphia, discovered the theft of a mail poueh containing bank remit tances from Philadelphia to Pittsburg, the entire amounts being estimated at $500,000. It is alleged that during the last ten days complaints were received at As hurv Parle banks that checks accepted bv th< in had been tampered with; that the names of the payees had been erased and Crosby’s name inserted, and tnat small amounts had been rais ed to larger ones. It was recalled that a mail pouch had he a stolen at Springfield Junc tion, 111., last April and that A. B. Hammond had opened a cash account at the Lincoln Trust Co.. St. Louis, de positing a number or altered checks from the stolen mail pouch. It was suspected that the mail pouch rob bery was committed by A. E. Bell, alias Crawford, whose photograph was identified by the officials of the St. Louis bank. Investigation at Asbury Park devel oped that Crosby was none other than A. E. Hammond, alias Bell, alias Craw ford. Post Office Inspector Jacobs traced him to Denver, where he was arrested Friday night. Crosby is suspected of committing numerous post office robberies in New York, Buffalo and other cities. THE MONCCACY SOLD. A Japanese Merchant Purchased the Vessel Fcr $11,225. Washington. Oct. 3.—The navy de partment Friday received a cable dis patch from Hr. Adm. Robley I). Evans, commanding the Asiatic station, say ing that lie had accepted the bid of Hashimoto, a Japanese merchant, for the purchase of the Monocacy. The purchase price was $11,225. The Mon ocary is now at Taka. China. She went to China soon after the close of the civil war and was present at the battle of Taku, in command of Com mander F. M. Wise. Under instruc Hons from Rr. Adm. Kempff. who was ;n command of the Amerhan ships at Taku. the Monocacy did not partici pate in this fight. The Monocacy has had a somewhat checkered career. She is a schooner rigged. sidewheel steamer, and was built in Baltimore in 18G3. She out lived her usefulness many years ago. after arriving on the Chinese roast, and for several years has been lying in a mud dock in the Pel Ho. Adm. Evans was instructed to sell her with (>ut regard to the appraisement, wh» h was only $8,000. FIRE ESCAPE LAW. A Crusade Against Violation Opened in Chicago. Chicago. Oct. 3.—Building Commi i sloner Williams, who has just opened a crusade against owners of buildings Tour stories and higher who have not complied with the renulrements of the flic escape provisions, discovered Fri day that the city hail in which his de partment has quarters Is In open vio latlon of the law The county build intrs also Is unprovided with fire es capes. and Commissioner Williams will have both structures provided with them at once The commissioners hail overlooked tlx* deficiency, and is now in doubt as to whether the city ran impose a fine on itself or not. A Week's Business Failures. New York. Oct. 3.- Business failures in the I'nited States for the vc.k end ing with October I number Ift.*!. against 1V3 Inst week. If. 4 in the like'week of IW2. J7.r, in 1 fini. In Canada failures for the week number 10. as afainst 18 last week. Failed to Lower the Record. Cincinnati. Oct. 3.— Print* AWt paced n mile at Oakley pari; Friday afternoon ftf fi: 41 o'clock without the wind-shield and over a track that was rendered a full two seinniht slow be iniiso if the rains of t io previous night, in 2:i»1'',. Their Demands Conceded. Chicago. Oet. 3.— Packers and the rattle butchers agreed on the wage de mand of the union Friday night and a new agreement, satisfactory to bo*h sides, will he signed Saturday. The demands of the union were conceded by the packers. Capt. Dreyfus’ Lawyer. Pari*. Oit. 8 — Maltre laUiori, a law ver and defender of Dreyfus, has ac cepted an Invitation to attend the In ternational law congress at the 8t. l-oula fair and to read a paper before CaiMa’i («• It. A trifling technicality wan the bi'is of the aigmuent, and. alter deciding upon a. rrietee, each tiuui »:*teu bi» contention, ie Inte© tne Chicago Post. “1 don't *ee in«* diherence,” ra.i the ref eree. "Vou don't!’' cried the argumentative one*. "No, I don't.’’ "Well, non, see here.” And e.ich on* very carefully stated hi* position again. “Now doyou see it?” tne> askec. "Well, you are dull.” But. nevertheless *®th one went over the ground jja.n. “How about it now?" ti.ey a*Le :. "1 still tail to see it,” waa the reply. “Do you ever expect to see it?' one of them asked. sarcastically. , "Nut unle** you put it :n writing." he re plied. "It e all a matter of words, md one car. t »ee t:ie spoken word.” I Hereupon t nej flopped the argument long enough to throw ttie lelttee over ’ ne top wt a building. ts»y to Get. Pierpont, O., Oct. 5th.—Remarkable in deed i-> the experience ol Mi . A. >. lumer, a, man now ovei seventy-one yeai» ot age, and. wno»e Home i» heic. Por many yearn this old gentleman had kufititd with a very unpleasant lormot Kid ney Trouble, a kind ti.at \eiy olten bolti e:» aged people. He would have to gel up foui oi fivi limes every night, and tl a vi f, tiresome disease was last wearing him out. At last alter having almost made up hie mind that he would never he able to get ro bef, he stumbled over a medicine which re lieved hnnalmo-i immediately,and i.ascurtd him permanently. It i- so very easy to get and *u Minnie that M.. Turner thinks eveiy or.e should know it. Kvery dealer in the country lias it, and all you have to do is to a-k lor Douu s Kidney Pills. Mr. Turner •ays: - "1 can heartily and honestly recommend Dodd s Kidney Pills, lot they cured me. Sev eral others in the family have used them, too, and always with tne best result*. 1 think they have no equal.” Hlttlit llnrk! W I t n ort duty I’ioI . Richards, of Yale, enjoys a j< kr. and Ins pupils often come to him when they have l.caid a new otic. He adds to the fun sometime* with a witticism e! his owu. Such wts the case* » hen one of tie student* perpetrated the following an tiquity: " l’iotess< r. wouldn't you like a good recipe for catching rabbits?” “Why, yes. - teplied tie profes.-oi. "W’liat is it?’’ "Well, yoa crouch down behind a thick More wall and in&ke a noise like a turnip,’' answered the youth, giggling in ecstasy. Quick as a flas’i caine the reply: “Oh, a better wat than that would be for you to go and *it quietly.in a led of cabbage heads and look natural.”—Chicago Chronicle. A Good 'I liiiik. I'.vcry issneof The l’out Track News makes it eu*ier lot ticket agents and ticket sellers to secure passenger- lor <i -taut pat ts of the countty tor the leason that cvei\ articleaud •very illustration in The Four-'fiack News js an inducement for leaders to travel and set’ w hat a marvelous variety ui scenery anti climate our own countrv |io»c-s(>t * jiie 1,10,0 lhe-e*ftct-are impressed upon the aver uge person, the more certain he or she is to 1*^ire to travel. J herefore.The I’nur lrok News j- not only in the interest of ail the transportation lines and hotels, ii also bears Tint the I. gend of it- tide page of "An Illustrated Magazine of Travel und Kdtica tion. rrom ti.e Buffalo Com mere al. Modern Mierloek. The model it Sneilock was told to spot the ausiiected man. “Will,” said Sherlock. “I have at leas* four.d taat l:i« wife is away on a vacation.’’ “How did vmi tind that out?” asked the mystified IrieiuI. "He is wearing a safety pin instead of a. • uependtr button ”—Chicago Daily News. .A girl would rat her have a half pound o-f 40 rent candy in a famy bt x with a led nbbon around it than a pound ot St) ci nt candy in a paper bag Soineiville Journal. Three solid through trains daily Chicago to California. (Imago, I niou I’acilic & North-W esiei n Cine. The afHuencc of a life may be known by, it* inlliience Uain s Horn. He who beg.tvs low can go up higher.— Farm and Home. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter’s Little Liver Pills. 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