Clipped From Alton Evening Telegraph
le the business instead of running I approved and administrator dlscharg- j everal blocks with two or three pas- engers, for who wants to ride in a us when they can ride In a street ar for the same money? A TELEGRAPH READER Probate PrOcsdlnas. Lucle MM. Baumgaertner, deceased, Inal report approved, distribution or- lered. Henry Herman, deceased, final re- ed. Mary J. Stanley, deceased, petition 1 of H. C. Stanley for citation against Annie B. Moe, executrix ordered issue and returnable on August 1. Catherine A. B. M. Curran, deceased, final report approved and executors discharged. port approved and executor discharged. Lines to Be Remembered. 'Write it oo your heart that every Ferdinand Freiberg, deceased, proof j day is the best day In the year. No of notice of adjustment made. No ] man has ever learned anything right claims presented. I ly until he know* that every day l> Sarah A. Cheney, deceased, court finds notice of adjustment was not given as required by law. Adjustment day fixed for first Tuesday in September. Peter Wickert, deceased, desposl- tlons of Frank-Landwehr and Conrad Raeber, attesting witnesses opened and read In open court. No objections. Said will admitted to probate. Mike Jonesco, deceased, administrator authorized to compromise claim against Madison County Light & Power Co. Patrick Daly, deceased, final report Doomsday.—B. W. Emerson. Man's Ingratitude. "De man dat trusts to Lnck." said Dncle Eben, "is always so ungrateful as to give hta own smartness all da credit when Lnck helps him out." Cut Out for a Scientist Jud Tunkins says he guesses his .oy Is going to be a great scientist, be- iiuse he's always learning things,, at vhool that he can't explain BO'S th* "•' ;it home will understand 'em.