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Where there will be Horse and Bicycle Races, Base Ball, Fireworks, a Baloon As
cension, a Steam Swing, the Best of Music, a Rain and Sunproof Dance Pa
vilion, 40x80 and a Dining Hall, 20x80 feet, Good Speaking, Good
Meals, Abundant Refreshments and, in a General Way
Miss Lucy Adams wcut to Benton
W'cdnesday, where she is Visiting
friends and relatives for a week.
Miss Mary Phelps returned from
Commerce Wednesday, having gone
thereto attend the Institute, but was
obliged to return on account of sick
ness. Miss Celia Antoine, of Porryville,
is visiting Mrs. A. J. Sinuard this
C. C. Poe and daughter, Mollie, re
turned from Lutesville, where they
have been sojourning with relatives
for the past two weeks.
Misses Estelle Querry and Fannie
Summers, of Oran, spent a few days
with Mrs. J. II. Stubbs of this place
Miss Sallie Shumate, Messrs Har
ry Watkius and Claude Wilson, of
Oran, spent Sunday with Mrs. J. H.
Dr. Smith and wife left for Com
merce Sunday to be gone a week.
They will then return and remain
here during the melon season.
A. J. Welch went to Slices ton Fri
day. Joe Winchester was in town Fri
day and Saturday on business.
Mrs. Steve Peal purchased a new
piano from Buchanan Bids., of Cairo,
L. J. Watts, of Diehlstadt, was
Miss Birdie Tetrich, of Cape Gir
ardeau, is visiting Mrs. A. J. Haw
kins this week.
Mrs. J. Smith and children left for
Parag-mld, Ark., Monday to visit
her parents. Mr. Smith accompanied
them as far as Delta.
A. W. Fixer ana W. 11. U.'issorer
were in town Monday.
1 he services at the -1. cuuren
held here bur.day, June; Z4. were
largely attended. Services were con
ducted by Presiding Eider, W. H.
Moore, assisted by Hev. A. J. Leake.
Dinner was served on the grounds
and at the homes of members of the
The great talked of "wild-cat
hunt" took place on Friday, June 15.
Some fifteen or twenty loaded their
guns into a wagon drawn by three
yoke of oxen and started for the land
of the supposed wild-cat. The' ar
rived at the above point, which hap
pened to be about 3 miles southeast
of this place. They made an opening
into the rendezvous of tlie supposed
wildcat and beheld nothing but two
little innocent buzzards. The boys
returned swearing vengeance on the
wildcat story teller. S. & S.
A subscriber writes us that he
fell before the reaper in the wheat
field and was pretty nearly cut to
pieces. He was "at the time suffering
from malaria, scrofula, phthisis,
scarlctina, concertina on the chest,
the heaves and several other fatal
diseases. The accident caused him
to try a bottle of Cheatein's Elipti
cal Cordial, and the effects were such
that ho wants to enter for the cham
pion belt in any athletic contest.
Sold by all druggists.
Prof. Henry, of Caledonia, was
in Benton Wednesday eu route to
Commerce, where ho addressed the
Attorney Frank Burroughs, of
Cape Girardeau, was in Benton Wed
There are eight or nine picnics
announced for the Fourth in Scott
county. This is a.beautiful arrange
ment. No citizen need go f ar . to
strike one or more of them and the
horses can have a rest.
Andy Williams, of Jackson, whose
photographic work is well known
here, was married on the 19th inst
to Miss Mary Simms, of Farmicgton.
No paper in Southeast Missouri
is more frequently quoted from than
the Niwbboy.' We notice that a
: contenfpoary even goes the length Of
appropriating a news paragraph eh
tire, changing the name of the coun
ty merely bo as to make it appear of
Charley Stephens, of this place,
has a son only four, years old who has
answered promptly every question in
his Sunday school Quarterly at the
close of each quarter this year. His
teacher, Rev. L. D. Nutt, offered a
dollar to any other pupil in the Sun
day school who would do the same.
Several pupils were confident they
could answer the questions, but none
of them undertook the task, so Ar-
thurStcphensis the champion scholar
of the Oran Baptist Sunday school.
There is an epidemic of dysentery
in and around Oran. but, being miid
in form, it does not give our doctors
Joseph Metz was overcome by hoat
one day last week and it was thought
for awhile that he would not recover
but he is reported better at this
Miss Mary Lloyd and a Mr. Wm.
Oliver were married at Glenn's camp
last Sunday. t
Two of Recce Applegate's children,
of Sikeston, came up on the train
Tuesday and visited Charley Moore "s
Charley Moore is just recovering
from an attack of erysipelas, a se
quel to his late injuries.
Will Gassoway is suffering with an
' It is not prudent for any member
of a family to advertise the family
troubles. People take pleasure in
discussing these topics but never
make any effort to remedy them.
This same principle will apply to
lodges, churches and various organ
ization:; whose business is of a pri
A hog. which had the manhood to
drink a bucket of sta'.e beer set out
by Andrew Metz, was the laughing
stock of several bystanders who wit
nessed his maneuvers. He staggered
around and would have caused his
master to think he had the blind
stugg rs. He did not seem to want
to paint the town red, but walked
somewhat like a mau who had in
dulged tot) freely.
Brother Cannon gives a tolerably
correct diagnosis of the political sit
uation, but his treatment is out of
question. Homeopathic doses of the
little pills (people's party) will never
eradicate the serious maladies under
which our government is laboring
G. W. Shields and family of this
place will move to Glenn's Carnp and
keep boarders. Hardin Friend and
Joseph Skaggs will also try their
luck at tne camp.
Mrs. Clemson attended the Teach
ers' Institute, at Commerce, since
our las., letter.
Franco Norman, an erstwhile citi
zen of Oran, was here Monday
France has resided in Oregon county
during the past three years.
Sam Jones will be at Charleston
on the. 15th of July, and will draw
bigger crowd than the circus which
was there the 2Sth of June. Sam is
the boss clown of the United States
to-day, and although he claims to be
a clergyman and servant of God, his
slang and vulgarity will exceed any
circus clown 'b ever heard.
Louis Wat-kins, of Blodgett, was
Frank Zundel made a flying trip
to New Hamburg Monday. Uno.
Net Wednesday will bo a big
day at Oran. No such preparations
have ever before been mode for a
barbecue in Scott county. The at
tractions offered are sure to draw an
immense crowd,' but the managers
ore prepariug to handle a multitude,
and will be equal to all demands. As
your best girl is sure to be there
whether you take her or not, you
just can't get out ef going to Oran
on the Fourth.
Miss Lucy Adams, of Blodgett,
has been the guest of Mrs. L. A.
Townes for a week past.
While lont: Wade was iri Carter
county last week he met Judge" De
Lay, whom be reports in good health
and spirits and doing well, with the
help of St. Keeley.
The new wheat crop is coming in
lively and all the warehouses and
the mill are kept busy receiving
The mills are now running day and
night, the cooper shops have started
up and business generally is improv
ing. The addition to our public school
building is in course of construction
and will be finished in about three
weeks. Frank Heisler has the con
tract for building and Jas. Shaiu for
France McMullin is having the
lumber hauled for a two story resi
dence that he intends to build at
once on his property adjoining the
south end of town.
Mr. Jno. Marshall, of Blodgett.
and Will Heisscrer, of Benton, spent
a part of Tuesday and Wednesday
The entertainment given at the M.
E. church last Friday evening was a
Mrs. L. J. Rider left for her home
at Fairfield, Ills., accompanied by
her grandson. Leon Youngwirth.
where he will spend the summer.
It is understood that the railroad
company will not allow their park-
near the depot to be used as a hog
pound by the city in the future. This
will please all who .surround the park
Mrs. Arnold Klein and Mrs. Cy
Harris attended the commencement
exercises at the Charleston convent.
Mr. Allen Harrison is at Morley
practising the duties of a father with
his fine bouncing girl.
Michael Koch and Dave Powers
will give a Fourth of July celebra
tion in the shape of a barb cu-. d din
ner and all that makes the dav lively
at the old Fletcher pi
ace three mile:
southwest of town.
Sunday morning a bank of
mackerel" clouds lay across the
sKy irom norm to soutn Alt signs
1 .i in .
are said to fail in a din ugh t. and as
we have seer, even this one fail, we
were not so sure of rain until night,
when the rapid scintillations of light
ning on the northeast horizon backed
up the mackerel cloud sign, and sure
enough on Monday morning it rained
to some purpose. For an hour and a
half "it poured as if the lid wuz off
the everlasting tea-pot." Tuesdav
we had intermittent thunder showers
and the farmers whose threshing dav
had come doubtless thought it hard
but everything looks fresh and hope
ful now and the corn is growing by
quarterly meeting was held in
Benton Monday. Presiding Elder
Moore arrived here Sunday and
preached a very acceptable serman
at night, at which there was a large
The race track and base ball dia
mond to be used at the Benton pic
nic on the Fourth are both in good
shape and good sport may be expect
ed. Don t miss it.
The Benton Base Ball club has
a new outfit of bats, balls, etc., and
is ready for challenges.
Mike Heisserer and Einil Steck
went to the Capo Sunday "on busi
Mont. P. Wade and J. N. Hood
made a flying visit to Cape Girardeau
The editor of the Newsboy ex
pects to get home from Hot Springs
Ark., to-day (Saturday.)
The crowd in Benton last Satur
day p. m. was not composed of jus
tices and constables rushing to the
Record office to announce at f 1 and
$1.50 per announcement. There's no
need for hurry about that yet.
Judge Leedy went to Sikeston
campaigning on Wednesday.
The blackberries are ripe and in
view of the short crop in other fruits
and the entire absence of peaches it
is wH to secure all the lierries pos
sible.- Preserves are invaluable in
any hoifee and for children they are
greatly preferable to animal food.
Don't thresh on the Fourth. The
boys want a day oil.
Judge IJ'ack, of the Supreme Court,
has granted a writ of error to the
United States Supreme Court aaent
the recent deeisim in the State Su
premo court adverse to Mr. IL nick's
receiver for the Fort Smith R. R.
Gannon Bins., who are to build the
Capo Girard au waterworks, have
also contracted to supply the city
with elecrtic lights. The street are
lights, of which there some sixteen.
are to cost only $8 per month.
Fredericktown is open for a pot
tery, claiming to have superior clay.
I. II. Barnhlll. a Nocleyviile nn-r-
chant. was robbed of a dav's receipts
and a gold watch at the jioint of a
brace of revolvers in the hands of a
lone robber," who got away.
Agents are working the farmers in
Jefferson county with a .45 spring
tooth cultivator, worth perhaps S-S
at the most. Look out for them if
they strike Scott. D.:i't bite th:
dog can attend to that.
The Dunklin Democrat says that a
representative of the government of
Holland is in correspondence with a
Dunklin citizen about buying land for
a colony in that county.
Feather renovators have struck
Dunklin county and the fanners will
b3 robbed to a Queen's taste. Nine
out of ten of these gentry an: frauds.
The yield of strawb 'rrics in Bollin
ger county this vear was oiilv alxu:t
3.000 cases, as against V.000 in good
The De Soto lecture bureau lost
100 on their last course. a;;d the
stockholders are each out $3.04. A
they had not to pay for admission to
the entertainments, that was doing
Bin. Rev. of the Bonne T -vre Dem
ocrat -Ri gistcr, said something that
immaculate statesman. Jasper Burks
lid not like. Jasper met Roy in
Farmingtcm and an explosion of Bil
lingsgate, blackguardism and blas
phemy resulted. But Jasper, like
other dogs, has had Ills day.
New apples arc on the market in
Cape Girardeau. So is Sucks' Pain
The drummers, who ought toknow.
say business is better in Southeast
Missouri than in other sections of
the State. To bo sure !
The northern portion of New Mad
rid county was visited by a big hail
storm on the 13th inst.. which did a
deal of damage to the crops.
McLeod, the Happy Hollow pho
teigraphcr, pleaded guifty to twe dif
ferent charges of Sabbath breaking
be feire Justice W. A. Kirk this after
noon and was fined $1 and costs in
each case. The offenses were com
mitted the 11th and 18th iusts. Hot
At a meeting of the Benton Vil
lage Board Friday night of last week
the resignation of Phil. A. Hafner
as chairman was accepted and H. L.
Yeakey was appointed to the vacau
cy. The Sikeston Star says that G.
B. Greer has aspirations to be our
Representative ut Jefferson City.
There was "no speaking at' the
courthouse last Saturday, the farm
ers being too busy to attend.
Last Monday we enjeiyed a drive
to and from Cape Girardeau behind
Mont. Wade's steady roadsters, and
had a chance to observe how rapidly
the northern end of the county is de
veloping in apix'aranee and value.
The changes that have takeu place
In the last two years all for the bet
ter, too have given the Kelso sec
tion the loik of a country that might
have been settled in the fifties. Kel
so itself has a look of thrift and quiet
prosperity that- is good to see, and
has as neat a store and postoflice as
can be found in much larger places.
Corn looks well for the most part,
and no farmer whom we met bad
any particular kick coming.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Welch went
to Marble Hill Thursday. John's
brother there is very sick
lleUehau invited her
many friends to a fco-ial party at her ! j
home Thursday night. J
U l ii I Iv:i!li.-r:
.Mr. and .Mrs. Arbaiigh served an
ice-cream supper to a h t of friend., :
Miss Linda May Davis, of New
Madrid, is visiting friends and rela
tives here and will probabiv stav;
'The Gleaners" will have an ice
r:.. tr ii l'..:
cream supper ai in..' v-.i nan in 1
A iv ii'ir'it (', 11,. i.i.M,. lit .,f 111.. 1 i
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Mr. Lu:n Carter, of Farmingtou.
is Visiting menus here this WerU.
Tiie picnic at Oiu Orchard Monday
was largely attended.
I UK INSTITI TK.
The Teachers' Institute of Scott
Co. to-dav doses a very sace ssi'ui
session of two weeks.
Tlie attendance was e-rved:t:g;y
large, and i'ne inter, st taken by the
teachers ia the ,vk. has surpassed
that of any previous session held in
this County. We. the undersigned,
having been appointed as committee,
do hereby ad ipt the following resolu
tions: j;,snh-il, That we thank tlie gmd
people of Commerce for the coro'al
welcome extended to us. the kind
hospitality tendered us and the
friendly interest evinced toward.-; tin;
work in which we an? engaged. Be it
ll sl cl. That we te..uu- our
thanks to our efficient C luniy Com
missioner, Prof. Atchison. a;id our
able instructor. Prof. Cook, for th-dr
earnest efforts to procure for us
every advantage aad aid to advance
tiie noble work of education.
Firstly: By their untiring energy
in presenting, and
ing up..n our n.i,d
it .re! bi v i in pres. -
it ends te
In Si-curing fer us
pleasures, ai.d the belielits of the ex
perience and instruction of the mo-t
prominent educators of Southeast
Missouri in a werk that so nearly
concerns us 5 icucliei s. uc it iurii:-
I'miilaJ. That our heartfelt thanks
extended to the Re'v. Mr
am, and his Congregation for the
of their church in our c venir.g exe-r
eises. also to the ILuierable Board of
Edueatie'ii and se'hooi patrons of Com-j
nierce for the privilege of Conducting
our daily exercises in their schooi-
house. We' Kg to show them that
we most heartily apprcciat
favors bestowed u.jou us durii
sojourn among thein. Be it finally
l't$"hl, That it is the will of the
Institute to especially express our
thanks to all theise who have taken
ail active part in the literary enter
tainments, which have been so con
ducive to our pleasure and edifica
tion. Also that a copy of these reselu
tions be furnished each paper in the
county, the Missouri Shcool Journal
and the Journal of Education, St.
Louis, for publication.
J. II. WlXKLEMAS, )
J L. Hixes, Com.
W. M. Dav. )
Prof. Vandiver, of tlie Capo Nor
mal, addressed an audience at the
M. E. church Monday night, his sub
ject being "Development of the Mind
by Education." He demonstrated
the three important points in educa
tion: Mind, Matter and Method; and
held that exercise is the law of edu
cation. He said that to make' a
teacher you must first make a man,
and in order to make u manyou need
the necessary time and tools, with
out which it is as impossible as it is
to raise corn in a single night. He
believed the Institute a goed thing
fer those versed in the text -bexiksaud
technicalities of teaching, and in that
it is a brief review on scliool manage
ment and different plans of instruc
tion. Teaching ought to be a great
pleasure, for the work itself should
be enjoyed. He who does not enjoy
it should at once conclude that uature
has not marked him out for a teacher.
j . u. Aierwm, otie ol the loremost
educators m the State, addressed
the Institute last week.
The four teachers who had tin
, I". "I 1' .1 ,11 Ul ij ,1 ,Hll II '. 1 ' '4 l .-.-I .
best forms of rrip'ie.i'.ion wen- Mlsso
, , (
ttie. Savers. C'resan and Koch
our ladies nu-oived a grade ol inui
1 !i tri-ii1., i.r Inn '
rt'.-r Cent oil orthotraphv. vi?... Misses
frankie M.-oiv. Lizzie Albivcht. Jim-'
uid Anna Koch.
Prof. N 11. Henry, of C'al-douia.
on I'll v
ed the Institute Thursday.
Franklin, of Mor!" spoke
ioiogv and Hygiene. Jiotli
g"ntleinen found an uppivciatiV'
luiv. of Morley. sp' 'ke to the
on "Moral Character in
Inst it i:t
As to Obituaries
In the last t .eii weeks we have had
to decline three long obit uary notices.
There is an erroneous impression
abroad that such productions are
eagerly Welcomed by the newspapers.
Tin y are not. As a rule they have
little interest for any but a very few
of our readers and the writer. As a
rule. too. they mijjit as well be
d with I
deeei.S 'd. for they re
otiier !-k" peas in a pod.
es as "Our loss is l,u
eternal yam. a net that, are usci
n,l H-nisKiiii and tlie party who in
vented "A precious one fr. in us is
gone: A Voice we loved is stilled" de
served six months in the p. :i. J "so
lutions uf respect from secret or be
nevolent siM.-i.-ties are c.;a!ly a r.ui--;;i:ce.
These things should be paid
for and wo-i'd if the writers reailv
wished to pay jnist mortem hoi.r to
their frier.ds. The followiiiL.' from
an exchange is quite to the piint:
"The News waste basket tiew e n
tains four loluu.ii obituary notices.
I'eople send these
that tl y iK. pubii
so and so is a :
News " This is
The money rcgu
thing needed. W(
a column "bit uary
mer.t with evcrv s
no ices and
no reason ;.;
lar rate- is
don't "throw in"
or an advert isc-
we buy a hat at t
what would the in.
rcuant th'uk of us
if we were to ask him t.
suit of clothes
Or if we were to buy Berry Wood's
farm ask him to "tllrow in" nil his
stock in order to prove that lie ap-
. j p-eciuieu our ousiaess. jjusmcss is
business in all lines. Obituary no
" i tices in The News cost a cents a line. "
Sunday Saloons iu Hot Springs,
j The Sunday saloon is a thing of the
j ort ar.vhow as long as Constable
Aitonl rein.i'.iis in olhce. Last n ght
he informed all the saloon-keepers in
the city that they must respect the
Sabbeth ai'd those who did not do
his bidding would he arrested.
Tiie constable and his deputies also
stopK'd gambling and in the south
ern p.rt of the city arrc-ted ail the
inmates of the houses. He did not
get only two or three houses because
the rest got onto the movement and
dosed of their own account.
A Sentinel reporter interviewed
Constable Alford on his action and
he saiel that the saloon men anel gam-
biers hail knifed mm and he ivojmsed
now to return the compliment.
When asked if he would continue
raiding the gambling houses he said
only Saturday nights. He also saiel
that this ceuirse would b continued
each Saturday night as long as he
All of the gambling houses in the
city closed anel the saloons, too, ex
cept two, who were arrested imme
diately and each time after selling u
All over the city after the consta
ble's move small crowds could be
seen holding conversations and dis
cussing the piweedings of the night.
Hot Springs Sentinel
A. List, dentist, of Cape Girar
ileau, will visit the following places,
in his rrofcssion. ami remain :
Commerce, on the July, 3 days
im'w xiaiuouig, mil a
Kelso, 14th " 3 "
He uses deirialgesia for extraction
Bro. Adams, of the Cape Demo
crat, has roseate dreams these nights
of an air-spring Cotterel-Babcock
press, a self spacing brevier dress, a
water motor and all manner of the
glories of a stock company.-
If the Benton roosters cLm't quit
boy hguting there will be trouble.
Our devil seems to have set this
item up crooked.
Talc of H Windmill.
A number of years ago 1 was sell
ing windiuiils in Soul hern Illinois
pie despised windmills, and 1 did
lt V,.M ,, ,n;n ...,., i ,,. .i..t
In-d mul eonrltided "to Irv it 'diliilT
liaine." 1 inquired for M'ic meanest
j man in the count v
j My informant grinned a. id. puint
i ing to a dist aid liou.se. sid- "Wal,
: If gosh! Old Joe Lan.h over t liar's
1 the meanest man e'vut ion could git
Away 1 lroe for .Toe Lurch's.
11" was tiling a saw on the back
jfireh and paid no attention to my
givciing. 1 went on: 'Sir. 1 am
selline t lie l'i
est wiTiu.n in iu me worm
' (iit out o that gat
that gate. When I
want ye I'll send lor ye."
I smiled. "All right sir: but can't
I get some- supper? I'll pay well for
"No!" he Vcll-d. "We've b 'en to
"Car. I speak to your w ile'.' '
"Won't do no good. "
But it did. for I offered he' 5 for
a supper, and after a whisper to her
husband he gnnvl-'d.
g 1 oi;
inv supper 1 said: "Mr.
"I'll give you tei feed lny
And T got it fed.
At last he said I could stay all
night, alia 1 told hiui:toricsandgav(!
him cigars until he promised to let
me ;i!it ii) a mill for one month and I
signed an agreement to remove it in
It was put up with every kind of
tank and pipes tocarry watcrthrough
the yards and house. The neighbors
wate-hed withastonishment ancleiivy.
When the time was nul drove amund
with my met' and began totakedowii
the mill. Oiu stormed Mr. Larch.
"llolel on: 1 sorter like the jim
crack ninp'be I'll buy it."
"Oh!" said 1 "this isonly an adver
tisement . Keep at work, boys."
The old man stormed and his wife
appeared It was so handy, made
her work- i acy and she thought Joe
ought to biiv'it
At hist lie e'U'cmii nic fell price
anel pay for my time. T ;is "orry
but this mill was sold to Mr: Smith,
whom Larch cordially hated. He
tamped and raved and begged mo
to lease the mill alone.
I sat down anel began figuring on
a board. He watched me fer a
moment and then whisperedexeitedly
"You think I'm goin' to let that
dang Smith beat me? Not much:
He-re's T0 extra. Go away and
keep your mouth shut." He gave iu
with such an humble air that after
appearing to consider for some time
I agreed. The boards were all re
placed and we drove off, hearing the
okl man chuckle to himself.
"By J'hosiphut, it takes s mighty
darned smart agent to git ahead of
mo. "Chicago Record.
The Brute and the Lady.
Sleighs dawn by four horses arc
employed on the Wellington route.
The heavily loaded sleigh was coming
cityward. One of the horses next
the vehicle fell. The driver lashed
it with his whip. Then he kicked it.
Finally he swore at it. But he did
not get down to extrierite the animal
from the harness which held it a
prisoner, the men iu the sleigh
buried their chins in their overcoats',
and indulged the contemplation of
lataiism as a philosophy winch re
moves every passion from the breast.
Suddenly a lately, clad in sealskin
sacque, got out and geing up to the
driver, said to him in an imperative
way: "Give me that whip." The
driver was dazed. In a stupefied
way he handed over the whip.
''Now. " said the little lady, "If you
touch that horse again I will let you
feel the weight of this whip across
yetur shoulders. Get down this mo
ment and cut the harness and help
the horse to rise. " The driver stared
at her. The women in the sleigh tit
tered, the men hung their heads;
"Get down this moment," said the'
lady, shaking the whip over the'
driver. The latter mechanically
obeyed. The harness was loosened,
the horse raised to his feet. The
lady put her hand Jn her satchel,
brought forth some buscuits, and
treated the whole four to one raeh.
The effect was magical. Tito hope
less cynicism of their poor faces gave
place to hope aud love and gratitude.
Then the lady, very white but as res
olute as Joan of Arc erer wan, en
tered the sleigh. The men still hung
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