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COLUMBIA AND JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27. 1903.
VOL. III. NO. 4
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Lincoln Institute Notes.
There is possibly no other school
of its size and character in the
country, the work and discipline
which received such constant and
patient supervision at the hands of
its administrative head, as is given
Lincoln Institute by President
Rarely absent from the grounds
and buildings more thau a few
hours at a time, although calls for
his presence are numerous from
both without and within the state,
he gives a great amount of time and
oversight not only to the work of
his special department Pedagogy,
but also to the careful super
vision of the work of each depart
ment and keeping in personal touch
with the work of each instructor
creates and stimulates in both
teacher and student that spirit of
friendly rivalry and competition
which is the very soul of intelligent
progress in all lines of work, and
at all stages of symmetrical
Possessed of untiring energy
himself, and capable of a vast
amount of work in the course of
twenty four hours, he is persistent
ly and surely bringing Lincoln
Institute to the front as a school
thp.t stands for exceptionally high
grade scholarship, careful and
conscientious endeavor, on the
part of both teachers and students.
Extensive preparation is being
made for the Thanksgiving dinner
and Miss Sprague of the Depart
ment of Domestic Science is not
the only one whose face beams
A number of the members of
the faculty have joined the French
Class organized and taught by
President Allen and excellent
progress is being made in the study
of "La langue Francaise."
There is a good deal of sickness
here at present.
Mrs. Julia Curtis left Wednesday
night for K. C. to spend Thanks
There were no Thanksgiving
services here Thursday but both
churches gave dinners.
Mr. Chas. Fry of Mexico was in
the city Sunday.
A literary program was rendered
at the public school last Saturday
The girls were in the lead, only a
few boys were found among the
volunteers. But "no drones can
stay where the busy bes work.'
A list of names headed the'drones
will appear later. The school
room is a busy place, and those
contented sauntering along in
differently will fail to be a sue
cess in life, pluck, push, and
goaheadness are some of the re
quirements of the coming man
Let us look up, and lift up.
Tomorrow is unborn, yesterday
is dead, today is the crisis of your
Some of the pupils at the public
school are doing excellent work in
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whereaoouts of any of the cata
lognes of Lincoln Institute, issued
between the years of '79 and '80
will please inform the editor of
Jefferson Gty News.
Mrs. Phil Johnson returned
Wednesday with her sick son, Les
lie, who is improving very fast.
Mr. C. D. Bruce has returned
from Kansas City. He reports his
The Lincoln Tigers met the Geo.
It. Smith Dewey's in a slugging
match, last Saturday, at Sedalia.
The Sedalia boys did all the slug
ging. This was one of the most
disgraceful football games that the
Lincoln boys have had the misfor
tune to witness. All bruised, tat
tered and torn, they left Sedalia at
4:10 p. m. This so called game
will long be remembered by the
Tigers. This years' Tigers are
composed of a set of young men,
who believe in clean, straight-forward
The students of Lincoln Institute
are now passing through a series
Mrs. Jefferson Weldon is still
Mrs. Alice Williams is on the
Mrs. Fannie McAfee is sick at
her home on Park Avenue.
Prin. R. L. Logan, of Hnntsville,
spent Saturday here looking after
Rev. A. A. Adams returned
Saturday from Centralia where he
attended the Executive Board
meeting of the Mount Carmel As
sociation. Mrs. E. L. Boone returned last
week from Topeka, Kan., where
she visited the Blind Boone Con
Mr. James Freeman is on the
Late News Notes.
Africau Pigmies are assured for
the World's Fair.
Governor Odell sets the Zeigler
extradition hearing for Monday,
Thirty acres of trees were
destroyed by a forest fire in St
The Barber asphalt paving com
pany won a suit in Kansas City in
Fifteen wealthy men of Mont
gomery county. 111., were indicted
for returning false property sched
ules to the assessor.
The trials against A. W. Mor
row and Thomas E. Barreit, charg
ed with naturalisation frauds, was
called in the Federal court Monday.
, The lead and zinc operators in
the Joplin, Mo. district agree upon
another curtailment of the output
to hold prices at their proper level
Senator Stone denies that he
has entertained any idea of over
tures in his suit against Judge
Christian, aud says he will fight
Kentucky day at the World's
Fair will be June 2, 1904. The
newspaper men of Kentucky will
visit ihe Fair on that date as the
guest of the Kentucky Exhibit As
The Inland Press Association,
comprising the smaller dailies of
the north Central States will hold
its 1904 convention at the World's
At the World's Fair.
The Professional World will be
at the great St. Louis World's Fair
next year. We have. a complete
file containing a copy of every issue
of the paper since its beginning,
and arrangements have been made
with the State Historical Society
to have the same bound and placed
on exhibition at the exhibition.
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In Probate Court.
Estate of James B. Phillips will
probated. Mike Bright appointed
administrator with will annexed.
The will provides that after all fun
eral expenses are paid, he gives to
his wife, Eliza V. Phillips, and his
daughter, Lue Ann Phillips, all his
property, real and personal to be
held during their natural lives, share
and share alike. In case of the death
of one the other is to Inherit her in
terest during her life time and after
the death of both, the estate is to go
In equal parts to the children of Mrs.
Phillips sister, Mrs. Susan M.
Bryan, the children being Allen F.
Bryan, Jennie P. Bryan and Harry
N. Bryan. The will is dated April
In the matter of Lillie Christian:
Certified as a proper person to be ad
mitted as a pupil to the Missouri
School for the Deaf.
Estate of J. C. Sexton et al: Re
port of sale of real estate approved
and deed ordered.
Estate of Mary E.Pearson: Ap
plication by administrator for sale of
real estate to pay debts. Publica
tion ordered and notice to heirs.
Estate of Jesse F. Tucker: Shel
ton F. Quisenberry appointed cura
tor. Estate of Opal and Blanche Hawk
Ins: Tandy Hord appointed guard
ian and curator.
Estate of Monte Hombs: Report
of sale of real estate approved and
Estate of David E. Sappington et
al: Sale of minor's real estate or
dered. Estate of Asa Nichols: Applica
tlou filed by administrator to sell
real estate to pay debts. Publica
tion ordered and notice to heirs.
Estate of A. C. Young: Assessed
with inheritance tax of $879.54.
Estate of Nancy Rutter: J. W.
Rutter appointed administrator.
Final settlements were made in
the following estates: Robert Pul
liam, Laura Gooch, J. T. Claypool,
las. H. Brown, Sanford Connelly,
Juell Hawkins, M. D. White J. B.
Estate of W. A. Muir, W. A. Mc
Callister appointed administrator.
Estate of Mary M. Lr force, will
probated. Real estate (43 acres) is
divided between her three daughters,
Mollie B.. Eugene, and Willie E.
Laforce ; also the household goods,
team, cow and sow. Rest of the
estate to be divided between the
seven children. Mollie B. and Eu
gene, are named as executors with
out bond. The will is witnessed by
B. H. Stephens and W. C. Zaring,
and is dated June 18, 1903.
Persons desiring to employ help
or persons desiring to secure em
ployment, will do well to call and
see me at the Herald office.
J. F. Venable.
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fnr a vpar'o CnKrm:n
Concerning Mr. Brooks.
The State Tribune says: In one
way or another Crayton S. Brooks
has been a Godsend to Missouri.
One may not approve his methods,
but the results are very much in
evidence. He may talk too much,
and he may say things that are term
ed impolitic, but some of the noise
he started in Jefferson City is still
reverberating like thunder tn the
sky. We do not attempt to vouch
for the correctness of his charges
agaim-t any individuals, but the fact
that interests the public most is that
Brooks has hit many a red hot trail.
The thousand dollar bills which he
so dramatically exposed from his
pulpit last winter are still in the air,
chased about by grand juries, State's
attorneys and circuit courts, with a
very fair chance that Bome may be
Mr. Brooks has been confirmed.
He has been criticised, to be sure,
but for what? For saying things that
others have not had the nerve to say.
He has done the dirty work. Others
did notiwant to do it, but It had to
be done, in the interest of decency,
law and order. He is most largely
responsible for the improvement in
local conditions. He stirred the
depths of legislative corruption. He
was the pioneer boodle fighter.
A full line of Staple
aud fancy Groceries
and conntry produce
EVER NEW AND FRESH.
MRS. J. W. DAMEL,
Corner Atchison St. and Fairview
Jefferson City, - - Missouri.
Nov. 18, 6t.
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