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I VOL. 5. SACKSONrMISSOUIU, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1901. ISO. 2.
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tCopyrlrhted 100 Yy th.
CTTAPTRB 1 A party of cavwrir fw-
ruiu under chary-, of ixirp. t.ormeoy.
way to Has rraw. elu-na-e cam M Or
en and ar. tonpollid to board aei old. laa
wsed ear. A refined youac DrtvMe. eVstea,
aa aa of tha racrutt. At l)din l,twt.
tny-veaant board tha trahl and u .truck
arxa tne beauty Ol a young leanai
Iv of a young leanal
to raawa -t f-"1
rer. n iriaa to m
but Is tin.uoaaii.ful.
CHAPTEIt II -flrrryveaacit dlreover. stt
at Marlon Hay. dawjatiter of Cot. Hnr
naa an encounter with a drunken rweml
Murrar. who nifln rvewjrL J-.arrv Mil
aaornlnv the cjkl recruit oar la dureov-rrea
a nr., ciuim ny neatine- or journal ooxea,
and the aoUlirra itare esruite with their
uvea. Htuyvasant heir nwcua Murray, nut
I. severely burned. Mia Ray hell tend
tba Injured, Itxludtna; Btoyvesant. Koa
ter. ulthontrh Injured, acoiaree ba la In
aaed of no -d.
CI1APTBR lit Mica Bay Ihtn trahj
at b&erutnento. ten arrival at Oakland
ittuy vessel receive telearaen anylug new
tenant's commission awalta Foster at San
ITranclnco. la lookttt( htm up It la discov
ered that be he. dLaapveared.
' CHAPTER IV. Stuyvewsat. attached ta
Gen. Vlntoa' atari, la oweotumed by on
lea. Drayton a. to knoMi!i o( Po.tar'a
atnertooouui urtyloo nwi r.tw wtier
'pom oid irttud. Koter'a uacU. talUna of
foeler'. mettlnc with Mia. Kay him lima
"oetef . metlue wlln Mia. Kay torn titna
revloua In K.nturJtT' and hia InfatMatlbB
prevloua m K.ntury and hia Infatamtlba
for her, atuvaaant aasvaeea Ivoaiog lur
Sim la Baerainrnto.
CHAPTBK T.-Uutmy. unruly r.
mill. It dlu-ovwrd ta ba a drarrter. Stay
mant accidentally aaeata Urut. Hay,
brnther of Mlaa Ray, at 8n Inuirlfco.
They aocldentaliy aix-ak of Poater, whom
Ray knowa, and h say hi atJtT deter
ttilnatloa not to marry outalrio tba army
mutt have canred Koater ooUat ard ea
ieavor to wla tho atraa.
t'HAITKIt VI. Mlaa Ray. with her
mother, cornea to Ban fYanuiacn. but Sluy
veaant. aitliough vary anxloua. has not
thtf pleasure of meeting- hwr. LHut. Hay,
whll. vlattlng then on e-vealrK. recelvna
word thai prisnnec under bl. ctwrg hav
aacaped acd hi. quartnr b.va beea ruoed.
When tranpurt on wliick atayveauot .alia
ta laavitig naroor ua, witn party 01 or
neAr. lK,arila an arrort ataamar to bid
friend. farawaU. Mlaa Hay la aboard and
ba la introdaced. They anvak, and he ux.
rireaaea hope of alerting hr Ufon hi. re
urn from Manila. She smilingly ajtswera:
T think you may aee nio before that."
CHAPTER VI .-It la Warned Murray
ta one of .scaped prisoners aad tnai 11, 0a
la among Ueut. Kny a mlAslag property.
CHAPTER VIII. At Honolulu three sol.
dlera ara Involved hi a Bi:hl with three
drunken sailors by a burly, luushlly dreaaad
straiiger, a reeent arrival on l he talafida,
known aa Sackett. Stuyvesant hears of
tliiht and from dearrlDtion Mentlna stran
ger as Murray, and tlscovers bkm wlnla
scre;ly attempting to leave for ship
liour.4 for Australia. A srunie cneuea m
whlrh Stuyveant la aevar.ly stabbed.
CIIAITUK I.V. Stuyvesant llmrara be
tween hfe and death at Honolulu lor many
W( tka. lrtnlly tranrMMt KMeraminto nr-
r.vi- wl'e l.ieut. Uav. hia mother and nle- I
ter. ;ne w.tcr a Kea i.roe riurea. sLoira. '
Hlujvmant lellJ d-xtora he li welltnoUoh
to prowl to !.ii!U with bo.it. j
t'il.vt' riCH X. He po.-a. but puffers "e
r.riiM r.-i..iite .,. a rrselt. l(v inipluv.a lo-wk-.I
o.'I of ir'.p: pr -benee of AI:-.a Kuy
.-cvis a wui.il.i tul si .mulant to hun. i
l-trt Tk:K XI.--On ori'.v.il at U.lllMa !
M'.-' iuy I ii:lld Ii Kl.y r,iUi o.a ur-it- i
,t.lud. II. e I'.rviils. J.,st b-for tUtuii kit.g
i oik. n i! . ii wii i. a hU.ii iev..r. rito -v.
K.i.t is loirr.il to remain ubuurd ttiv s-oy
lor fme t.rn..
fHAPTKR XII. M'fs Hay. wh-js. pet '
nxire ! M.odtr. a!ov..v eunv:ile,. at i. '
1.,-w.i's lupine. A ui.; oi-ioiu- ;i .in.'.-r e-il.p
sv.ril tin,. to .-e lur, but It, nevr ul
ni.it i .1. rU.. v. fc-ant c, one 'l;iy v. If li l.r
p.-:ll..t. .a . .tl.'iiti'.y IlumiJ oi: thr i ,i .o'.e
i iomi! I-ht- lecf'mti. viry rile oil teirg
If. l.'.etol'.- U-t.VJI.iU .Sluvt...int ,1'U'kS 11'
M.iitile'K revj.vr, lylnir on the taliie, sni
a'a It In M p..itt.
I'lUlTtl! XIII. One sv. nlr. Ktuv-Vr-
:irit li..t ;.ly enL.f r ii-!v r.-urt to tn.
ojpea ! i.'i r 'lig oillc i cr I'ainrAic 1'itunt.
uis of Am. rl.a, a r! il to r:-J L'ri'.r i t-t.o.l7,.-t.ri
A nunil-.-r of io:riivl-H ae.l
..i .ii'il:. are earlier, tl ..lid one of tre la'
f - r limn '.::i'f y slort.- !.i- tl'i- door. llisa
nrout.d te- i'u; l.i.r aud ilL-ypiienr
i llAI'TKIt XIV. -Tl i' lu'in Ip leumcd te
i :vs 1--..I ,'t in r.iy. uitas rt.o-k-.tl. Vly.-te-
f'llU.l HHuJInO VsliU SO ufU-II epj!-, Q
o v Ml. a K..y no-- mit'ua.d lo have IVvn
Fx'tcr. wlio. tt.roui;h lOi. leva, had lol
I'lfd h.r lo M.m'l.-v. Hi.'br la allenirt
ii at lirioil . M:iulle tllstovt-rs Intruder
but faiiti In her Attempt to capture htm. .
t'HAI'TKIt XV inveniory stwuwe lu.- to i
he consideraMe. Kalaa story uf aictntd j
of robb.M-y Is aceldeDtfili spread. Muy-v-.ant
hears of It from ai satitry, with
whom he lum a few v. outs, and hurries to
tli c r.e. Soon nfter arrival an olf.c. r ap-proaeh.-
with oriler.for hia srrcat; s-ntrv i
whom lie htid just ben talking to bad
been four.d d ad and Maldie's . ravolver
found r.tar the -pot.
t'HAI'TKIt XVI S'nvvesant tried for
murder ar.d eireinnstaiillsl evfil. nee strong
OKInft hiti; Mis Ka: la to!d dead sentty
ts Foster, kilted with In-r pitol.
. rilAI'TKIl XVII PorlroT trlsl dsnd sen
try, known as lienton, is partially Iden
ttfird ue Kit.-r l.teot. Key Is 01, 1 led. but
d'.'lures hu had nevr s-cn decvajeil ba
CHAHTl'.n. XVIII. It la learned that
Murray, the villain, bad enlisted bveeun
Jostt-r ba'l. und Corporal Connelly on tli
tJtnttd titcliire. h. hail followed iVost'T to
Manila to axueaze muney from him Mur
ray bad iH'ce worked on Koet-er'. ranch and
had a grudgo asa-nst Jilm for baing 41s
rhargod. CHAl'TKH XIX Stme time later Fo
ter la dl?rovrrd alive rit Honolulu, brought
bark to Manila unit hi. st.n y learned. Ha
had w-.itirt. red t rotn recruit ear with no
thouKht of desertion und fell In wlh
"Irleioi" who took Mtn to Jtaeru-nenlo.
. They threatmed tn Ktve him over to mili
tary aiithirlU'B for d.-eertlon aides, pakl
. a hetivy urti. He managed to breok away,
. went to 1'ortland. and there met an nd
chum who Ki'".m.v reembted him. a prtvata
In an Infantry reidnient, who pen.uatiefl
' him to rejoin his regiment. Ha (Foster)
. was to go to Hong-Kong, while Hentnn
wnitM arrange for tVosteies safe journey
to Manila. Foster had not gone to Huiig
Kotiit and was on the point of raturuliuT us
the status wl-rn dleeovared.
Walter Foster's mother leat netl by
cable that the remains sho awaited,
aud that rcuched port almost the day
she got the dispute!), were not those
of her only son, but of one who had
practically died for him. And even in
the Joy of that supreme moment the
woman in her turned, after all. In pity
to weep for the motherless lad who
li xd been tre-r bov's warmest friend in
Ida houi-a of doubt and darkness and
despair. ' '
A weak vcfsel waa "Wally," a Far-
ipihtir had ititiinulcd, and so easily
cowed and daunted that In the dread
of Hit' ptmMiUiciH, accorded he du-e'l-rior
he had skulked In dixgtiise at
lltnii'-ITong, leaving nil the burden of
i-iMiiilintr, plendiutj and plunning for
him to Willard, his old-time chum, who
had even less knowledge and experi
ence of nroiy olVn lal life th.-ui Ulinaelt.
Wtllord'a early letter to Hong-Kong
guv Foster little hope, for at first
tbe only people the reoruit could
"aoiinti'' were prieute aokliora like
J. B. Llrplncott Conpaay.)
htmaelf. Then Von or read of the w-
rival of the Sacramento at Manila, of
the presence tlicrr of Maidie liny, and
tbr a he wrote urging bia quonani
obutn to cmtoaror to hir, to toll
ber of bia (Wprrate atrotta, to ka
pire Iikt to enrt Infltwnre to (ret bini
pardonrO, and. In oritur that .be iniyUt
know that hi eioy wan dctly accred
ited, he mint Willard bia chit-f Irmu
trrc, that little ruj tr-dr-.Lsiv, totretb
cr with a few Imploring' Hn.
Then not a word i-atne from Wlllard
for Uire niortul wi-rka, but KoMtar'n
dailr vifrita to Ike bank were at laat
rewarded by a dispatch, from home
bidding bini return at onc- iry Ural
atcttmer, wilding him almrtdaul uiraua
and omaring biin all would be well. ! patrols were vearehing everywhere,
And when the new of hia own mar- I and Siickctt and the tailor said they
der win ptihlinhvd in tho ilong-Kong J aut gut away aoiuehow. They drunk
paper, without tlio fintMt intioaa- ; aouie more, ami anally thought tli-ry
tlon to the oflicinla of the bank a to j had a good chiuive it after tho pa
hia tntentiooa, be w:. homeward j trol left, and Ui aeutry was tuiking
hoand a4 never U'.r4 a word of it : to an olicrr on the CaJie Krai,
all until recogmVed by an officer , They aneaked dnwnatnjrg find nut
aboard the Quean at. the Coptic float- j Bto the k'anra, aud tli.ro Sackett rau
ed Into Honolulu harlior. There he ! riht into the aoldier's anna. Tln're,
was arrrrtod aitd tanxd hack. I ww a abort, terr hie buttle, tho hol-
Among "Uilly llentou'a" few effei-ta
no letter, no aucb picture, bad lieea
found, nothing, in fact, to connect
him with k'oater. Col. Urent knew
what had beemov of tho carte-dt'-vi-Ite,
but how huppeneil it iu othar
handa than those of Keutou? That,
too, wan not long to be a mystery.
One day In latu Ih-cenibur a forlorn
looking fellow begged a driDk of vlie
bartender lit the Altiumbru ou tbe
; leolta-ald he wan out of money,
: deserted by hi. fi U-ih'. end took ocra
i ion to remind the dihprjisel of fluid
I refreshment that a few week a agn
when he had fund And fi lemlb both he
had upeut many a dollar there. '1 lie
bartender waved him uwiiy.
"Ann, . 'v' the feller a drink." unld
boya In him', in the largenewa of their
nature and the lungimge of the rank.
"What'U yon tuke, Johnny? lime one
with ua." and one of I lie milliliters
hnHtened over and vhisiered to noma
of the flanncl-ohirted aiuad, but to
, do piirpoHe.
The "boya were beut on lu-noTO-
lence, nnd "bent" though ho might be,
, ' . . .
the gaunt atraugrr wis lunilc wel
come, shiirru their lneut iiud drink,
ami, growing bpeedlly coniidcritial ir.
hia cupa, told Uicm '.tint he could tell
n tale some folkn would pay wed to
bear, and then procccdi-l t j btiCen out
In a fit.
Tlibt brought to anind the event an
the llaguiubaynn, and aomebod said
it was "the aexne falter if not the uune
tit," and it woakln't do to leave him
there. They too, him along in thtvir
cab and aca-oaa to their barracks by
tba I'uente CoigauU', and a dnetor
miaistered to him, for it was plain the
poor fellow was iu sore plight, nnd u
few itnyn later a story worlh the tell
ing was ginog the rounds. The good
rhn plain of the Cuhforniajis lind ururd
hi iKirtinl confeaaioH und ursred biin
to tell the wliole trulh, and ilinl night
tho InKt vestige of the cruu lil'.-tig eu.se
ngiln.st tict ard Stuvvenint came tum
bling to earth, nnd tiiunelly, from the
t'ucrlxi de Mririe, nearly rim hia
rturdy legH off to find Famham and
tell him the tale.
"My real uaiae," Bald the brolron
man, "i of no consequence fo nny
body. 1 noldiered nearly ten year a;;o
in the Seventh envah-y, but that liRht
at Wounded Knee was too much fof
my nerve, and the boys mnde lifo a
! bnrden to mo afterward. I 'took oa'
In another regiment after 1 skipped
from the Seventh, tint luck waa
aarninat me. Wo were sent to Fort
Meade, and then) was a gamMor tn
Dead wood, Sackett by name, who bad
"AWE, GIVE TH1C FEU.KR A CHINK.'
been a few months Iu the Seventh, but
got bob-tailed out for aome dirty
work, and he knew me at once and
swore he'd give me away If 1 didn't
steer ' fellow up aguinat his game
after -pay day. I had to do it, but
Capt. Ilay got onto it all and broke up
tho scheme and ran Sackett off the
reservation, and then he blew on ui
anil I hod ta truit again. He shot a
muit over cards, for be was a ikivil
when In drink, and had to cleur out,
and we met acain Iu Denver. 'Each
could give tho other away by that
time,' said he, aud so we joined part
nership." The rest was soon told. Sackett got
a job on young Foster's ranch and fell
into some farther trouble. But when
the war coma all of them wero enlist
ed, Foster and Sackett lu the teujulara
and he iu the first Colorado) bat they
diacharfred Mm ul Manila because be
bad ftta, and that (rave him a good deal
of money for a few diiya, travel pay
home, and alt that. Then who ibould
turn ap but Sdekett with "money to
burn" and a acheiue to mnke more.
They bired a room in Krmita, and
next thing he knew Sackelt and aoma
tailor men held np and robbed a aol
Uiir, and Sarkett wni In a tearing
rage became no money belt waa
found on him. They only got aowe
letter, that littkt photograph and
iwrbups $40 "Mez." 'Jlie photograph
he rocognizud at once hia former
captniii'a daughter ond he lirggad
for it and kept it about him until one
evening he wna taken with another
fit, und wheji he caiue to the picturu
That nirht be found Sackett nearly
er:i.y drunk at their lodging in -tn:tu.
They had a Kilipiiu lo,v to wait
on them then, and Sackett had told
the boy white he could find money nnI
Jewelry while tho family were at din
ner around at Col. lirent'a. The boy
win willing enough; he wiih an export,
lint he came buc-k acnicd through;
aavid that tlu- aoliiicr were eloi.e after
bini. lie had some jewelry mid n pret
ty revolver. Siu'Jvctt told him to keep
the jewelry, but took tlu: watch and
pistol, and tluil nJrht Xhn aootriea and
diet- aguin.t Hackett and hiH sailor
friend. Tho ail got the sentry's
guu away, and Suokett aud he wres
tled a far aa the corner, when there
wus a -hot; tbe soldier dropped all iu
H heap aud Sacks' aud the sailor rau
lor tlie.ir Uvea around the come.' the
birt he had ever acen or heard of theiu
tin tn tlitu ,i,,.iiMiif
Sotluit vru. how poor Meidie's pistol
had happened to be picked up on I ho
Culle Ileal und why one or two assert-
Ivo ofticers lately connected with the
provost nuu-hbal's and secret service
dcpArtmcnts concluded that it might
be well for them to try regimental
duty awhile. That was bow it hap
pened, too, that Lieut. Stuyvesant wo
prevailed on to take a short leave and
run over to Hong-Kong. Bat he came
bnck in a hurry, for there wna need
of every man, und trouble imminent
"at the front,"
The dawn of that memorable Feb- I
ruary duy hud come that saw Munilu
girdled by the tlame of 4U,iXXl riltes
nud ahroudod iu the smoke that drift
ed from the burning roofs of outly
ing villages from whose walls, win
dows and church towers the insur
pent '.slauilejs iind poured their pill
lava tiro upon the rnuks of the Amer
la front of a stono-vvallcd Inctnsure
bordering the r rlnoir.;l Btrert in aa
entitw.ii'u su'mrb tvvu or three ollicers
vtcre in (.tirniidt eo.'.sulti.tion. Froia
tl... ..... O.tl.. ...... ,.lsL-. t 1,.,-.. il.n ,L.
Iiiwiioa. ,,. ,.,,-i-Hill. liftimr u.orie
sorely wounded men. L'p the si reel
farther east scverai tittle purties uom-
ing slowly, haltingly from the front,
told that I iie if.ecs.ir.ut crubh and rat
tle of inuei-eVry iu ihal direction waa
no mere feu-tle-joie, while every now
urnl then tho nttgry i"lat of the steel-.
luii.Miissrr on ttv atony road, the
vvum :md whir about th cars of the
low who for tloly'a sake or that of
example held their ground in tho high
way, gnve evidoneo that tbe Tngal
luark.smeu had their cyoa on every
visible group of Ainerk-nnn.
In Ihe side streets at ri'hl angles
to the main thoroughfare reserve bat
talions m r eroiH'liing, sheltered
from the leaden norm, and awaiting
tho longed-for order to advance aud
rweep thrt field at tuo front, (fom
the glim, gray walls of the great
church and convent, which for weeka
hod been strictly guarded by order
of the American gencralH against tl
possible Ir.tniflon or desecration on
part of their men, etime freiptent flash
aud report and deadly mbsiki aimed
at the helpless wo-imled, the hurry
irtg utnbuhiticcs, err- at a symbol na
acred as thai which towered above
Its altars the blood-red eroas of
It was the Tagal's return for fhe
hotinr find era and consideration
khown the church of Rome. A an
other ambulance caino swiftly to the
spot Ita driver swuyixl, clnsad his
hand ttpou bis breast, and, with the
blood gushing from his mouth, top
pled forward into the arms of the hos
pital attendant. It was more thuu
flesh and blood or flic brigade com
mander rould stand.
"lSurn that church!" was the stern
order as the gouei-al aporrcd on to
the front, and a score of soldiers,
leaping from behind the stouo walls,
dsehed at the lwrriesded door. A
young staff oltieer, g.vl loping down the
road, reined in at sight of the lilUe
party aud whirled about, by the gen
eral', side. its perfectly true, air,
said he... "Itlght across the bridge In
front of tbe blockhouso you caul hear
him plainly. It's a white man giving
orders to the Filipino." The general
"We'll get him presently. Do they
understand the ordera on tho left?"
. "Kverywhcre, air. All are ready
nnd eager," and even tbe native pony
riddrn by the aide seemed quivering
with excitement as, horse and rider,
they fell buck and joined the two of
ficer following their chief.
"Hot In front, Stuyvie?" queried
the first in undertone, oa a Mauser
ripped between their heads to the
detriment of confidential talk, and a
great burst of cheers broke from the
line crouching just ahead across the
open field. "Why, d n, it man, yourw
"Hush!" answered Stuyvesant, 1m
plariugly, as be pressed a gauntleted
hnnd to hi fide. "Don't let the gen
eral know, 1 want to join Vinton In
a moment, ft'e only a tear along the
akin." Cut blood was soaking
through the aerge of hia blue aack
coat ind streaking the looae folda of
hi rlding-breechr, nnd the bright
color In bia clear akin waa giving way
"Tear, indeed! ITaret Quick, or
derly! Help me there on the other
aide!" and tbe captain aprang from
saddle. A eoldier leaped forward,
turning loore hi pony, and a the
general, with only one aide and or
derly, rode on Into the smoke-cloud
overhanging the line, Oerard Stuyve
ant, fainting, slid forward into the
arm of hix faithful friends.
(To he continued.)
Secretary of the Navy Long writes
in the November century of tho per
sonal cliarncteriHticH of President
McKlnley, with whom hi rulutiona
were very intlimite. M r. Long wiys
of tho lato president that lie had uo
enemies, becimso "ho would not
cherUli enmity nor make retnliitUuii
"I never saw a man with sin li an
even iinti unrutlW t"inper. During
the years in which 1 was with him,
under the (drain of war. In Iho heat
(if the cmigesiiou of closing eon
grt'Ssi-H, under the, pressure fur place,
I never heard him lit ter an impatient
word. He never scolded nor whined.
He never showed Irritation, neither
at the. cabinet board, nor, bo far as I
know, In scp;irato conversation with
It is Mr. Long's opinion Hint Mr.
lixmivy me. greater piooic,.,-, o.
minimis! ration --man any since liu
! coin's t ime," and that tin the whole
. lie was inure fortunate in escaping
bit ter criticism t han his predecessors,
'and notably more so than Lincoln.
I F.ut we must not forgot that Lincoln
1 wan at the head of a nation divided
Win1 'tself, while MeKinley was
the chief magistrate of a united peo
ple waginga warof liberation nnninst
a foreign foe.
It in a gratifying fact that tlio liall
of philanthropy proposed for tho St.
Louis World's fair was approved bj
the Missouri federation of women's
clubs at their annual meeting. This
admirable idea was first suggested
by Miss Mary E. l'erry, of St. Louis.
and has rapidly gained support wher
ever properly explained. The Iiuild-
i ng is intended to be permanent and
its cost defrayed by the women's
clubs tif the eo'intry. Ex.
Tin-: lsi-sT is Tiii:c ii!:.ii:sT.
Not how cheat i, but. how good,
is the tiiiottinii.
The Twice a -Week- lie-public is
not us clieaii tis are some so-culled
newspapers, lsut it is us cheap
ns it is possum-to sou a nrsi class
newspaper. it prims nil me
I nt'WS tllllt is Wdllll t)l int lijur.
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Till', ni:ST l'F.USCUIPTlON KOU
M:I:n in, chills and fevor is a hot
lie of Grove's Tasteless chill
tonic. It is simply iron and qui
nine in a tasteless form. No cure,
no pay l'l ice. TiOo.
Wiue of Cardal is the guardian
of a woman's health and happi
ness from youth to old age. It
I helps her safely luto womanhood.
It sunttiins ber during tho trials
of- pregnnucy, childbirth aud
motherhood, making labor cuy
I and preventing flooding aud luis-
1 carnage. Jt gently loads her
i through tbej dangerous period
known as tho change of fife.
cures leucorrhma, ailing of tho
womb, and menstrual irregularity
in every form. It is valuable, in
every trying period of a woman's
life It reinforoci tho nervous
system, acts directly on tho geni
tal organs and U tho finest tonic
for women kuown. Ask your
druggist for a 11.00 bottlo of
Wina of Canlul.
Batesrllle, Ala., July 11, loot,
I am nslnc Wiue of Canlul and Thed
font a niack-DrauRlit and I tael like a
different woman already. Several la
dle bars kftcp the. luniloinee In their
horura nil th ttma 1 buv tbrM girl
aud they ar uaiug li wit ta inc.
mrm. Mi, oitunuu
For auir.ee vA if-Ur mSAnm ftrln
Southeast Missouri News.
It Ecerxfi that there is talk of a
third daily paper at tho Cape.
Bishop E, Ii. Hendricks dedi
cated the new church at Ilocko-
port, on Hov. Willis Carlyslo's
charge, on lust Sunday,
Tbe- public school at Doe Run
is so crowded thai two more
rooms are to bo addod to tho
present school building.
On Oc'-ober 28 the Campbell
prospecting company decided to
disband, paying; back to each
shareholder tho money paid in,
less their pro rata ehare of ex
penses. We see by tho Current Local
that George Cross is now sole
owner of tho Cross PrintiuK com
pany, and that M. C- Harty is
uow sole pioprietor of the Cur
On November 15 James and
Hosu Greenlee were arrested at
Porlitr UlufT charged with having
caused Ihe death of Elmore llulen.
They pad "not guilty" and are
held for u preliminary examina
tiou November 25.
It is reported that n bridge
costing S2.000.000 will bo built
across tie Mississippi river nt
Gray's Punt. The railroads in
terested in the bridge are the Iron
Mountain, Illinois Central, Chi
cago und iias'.crn Illinois and the
J. M. Ward, of the Lead Belt
News has sold out to the owners
of tho H. Francois Herald.
While we are sorry to see Mr.
Ward from tho newspaper field,
yet we wish the new linn success,
und hope that they will keep up
tho bright newsy appearance of
It seems that the managers of
tho electric ligh plant of Bloom
tield arc charging too much for
light, and it bus elicited advice
for tho Courier, which is, "lie
liberal, gentlemen, electric lights
are not a necessity." It would bo
well for the cleciric light coin
pany to heed the advice.
Ono eutot prising Dunklin
county hnu has established con
veiiiences for tii-.-ir women etisto
mers. Other stores might protit
by the example, and win the
everlasting thanks of the tired
women, who, ordinarily, are com
pelled, when they come to towD,
to sit around like knots on a log.
Cstttbiish rest rooms for the
women and babies where they can
have a little comfort. Dunklin
To Disfranchise Drunkards.
"The wiso suggestion U made
that men who become drunken be
deprived by law for periods of
their right to vole, each offense
to add another period longer llian
tho previous. No drunkard
should lie ailowci to rule a gretit
country." Baptist Argus.
And tbcro is all tho more
reason for such a measure in the
fact that Prof. Cook, of Trinity,
Hartford, found that of every
1,000 steady drinkers who were
voters, 510 wore down in the
ward healers' bosks as purchas
able, and of every 1,0-iO confirmed
drunkards, 7S9 were recorded as
purchar-able. Ono "ward con
tractor" hud an agreomeut to de
liver so many diunkard yotos for
three years in succession for so
much money. Ex.
Teeth extracted with
out pain by Mis. A. L.
Bryte, who will visit
Jackson from November 29 to
December 4. I will visit Poca
hontas for one day, December 5.
This is the only small town I will
make this trip, so that anyone
wanting work done by mo will
find nie at Mrs. Wessell's during
time stated above. Don't forgat
RELIABLE AND GENTLE.
"A pill's a pill" 6ays tho saw. But
there are pills and pills. You want
a Pill which Is certain, thorough
and gcntle.Mustn't gripe. DoWitt's
LittleEitrlyl.i-.ors (ill tho bill. Pure
ly vegetable. Do not force but as
sist the bowels to act. Strengthen
and invigorate Small and easy
to take. 11. It. Jones.
Foley's Honey mad TtBT
The Primary Lesson.
Say what you will about an
archy and crime, but the first
school a man ontors is his child
hood home. If ho is taught self
restrait, a proper regard for the
rights of others, a revoroncs lor
the laws of God and man, ten to
oiis he will grow to be a good
citizen and an honor to the com
munity in which he lives. Teach
the child good manners, self-reliance,
and install into bis young
mind that it pays to be sober,
industrious nnd upright in his
dealings with his fellow man.
Let him know that rude jeers ure
not evidences of intelligence, that
rough, uncouth ways do not be
long to manhood, and that the
true gentleman respects woman
hood and speaks no guile of them.
The parent who does not re
strain his child and sends him
from home to associate with
every class of people, in order to
get rid of his noise around the
bouse, is stamping on his mind
the first lesson in criminality.
Reprove his outbursts of temper,
for unless the passions arc held
under sway ho may break in the
penitentiary over the dead body
of a companion later iu life.
Good raising has more to do with
the value of every man's citizen
ship than anything else. Parents
should remember this. Every
moment spent in training the
mind of n child will bring a hun
dred fold in good in after life to
the parents. Kx
Tui: treatmeut which Webster
Davis received here last Fridy
by his democratic friends us com
pared with that which he received
at their hands about a year ago
brings to our mind tho word
"Hq has fallen. We may now
pause before that splendid prod
lgy, which towered among us
Iiite some ancient ruin." Last year
he was met at the depot with u
closed enrraige, escorted to the
platform by ex senators, con
gressmen and others, and intro
duced by a leading democrat of
the towu. but this year he was
left to get from the depot as best
he could and introduced himself
to a moderate crowd at Turner
hull. Wcbier's flop leaves him
out in the cold with nothing but
his lino physii le, und excellent
orator" to carry tiiiu through.
State ok Ohio, City of
Toledo. Li.'cas County, i
Prank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is -enior member of the
firm of V. J. Cheney ,. Co. .doing
business in the city of Toledo,
county and statu aforesaid, und
tlint said firm wiil pnv the sum of
one hundred dollais for each and
every case of catarrh that cannot
be cured by Hie use or Halls
Catarrh cure. Fuank J. Cheney.
Sworn to btlore me and sub
scribed in my presence, this till)
day of Doe-ember, A. D.. 1 (.;.
, , , A. A'. Gl.EASON.
I' J Notary Public.
Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, and ads direct) v on
the blood antl mucous surLicd of
ihe system. Send for testimo
F. J. Ci-enny & Co.,
Sold by drug-rUts, Tfic.
Hall's Family Pills are tho best.
STOPS THE COlC.ll AND WORKS
Oif The Cold. Laxative P.roino
Quinine' iabli-iH.citre a cold in
one day. No cure, no pay
"Two yeart ago my hiH wit
falling out btdly. I purchased
bottle of Ayer't Hair Vigor, and
soon my hair stopped coming out."
Miss Minnie Hoover, Paris, III.
Perhaps, your mother
had thin hair, but that is
no reason why you must
go through life with half
starved hair. If you want
long, thick, hair, feed it
with Ayer's Hair Vigor,
and make it rich, dark,
and heavy. ' ?
t ' tl.ll tank. All trairfct.
if your drug-rial raonot supply you,
at ad us en dollar and w. will express
-oo a bottl. Ua sure and aits Ih. nam
of vour aaarawi as pres. omc. Address,
J C. A rr-H CO. . lowall. Mas.
Ph.. iiiasa aaw-sea-aan
The difference in
cost between an alum
baking powder and
cream of tartar bak
ing powder would not
amount for a family's
supply to one dollar
Dr. Price's is the
standard cream of tar
tar baking powder. It
makes the food de
licious and healthful
Note.-You cannot, if von
value good health, afford to
use cheap, low-grade, alum
baking iowdcrs. They are
apt to spoil the food ; they do
endanger the health. All
physicians will tell you thai
alum in food is deleterious.
If you can't lead, follow, and ba
satisfied with your lot.
Contentment is tho one thing
needed for success in any line.
Business comes where you
invite it, hence advertising pays.
Jackson must have lights if
sho is going to keep up in tha
Give tnu a man that does, in
preference to one that says ho
Success in anything can not
bo measured by any one act or
line of work.
A man who is a man only under
restraint or pressure, deserves no
Don't a.k others lo refrain
from a habit that you can not
Water can not rise higher
than its level, neither can a polit
ical party get far above its leaders.
If to make a man do right you
must remove all l ue temptations,
then there is little use for the
Cose K ess will be asked this
winter to unite Oklahoma and
Indian territories into a state and
admit it into the uniou.
VYehstei. Davis spoKe at Tur
ner hall last Friday night. Mr.
Davis is a fluent, forcible speaker,
and he certainly is matiter of his
The Daily Republican says
that tho woods are full of candi
lates. They must all be near
the Capo. e hear of none out
We never heard a politician or .
an office holder expresn himself
but that he was willing to let the .
people decide his case, but he air
ways wants to pick the people.
. . i . . i ' . j . i i .
Pkksident IJoosE vei.t believes
that merit, rather thau recomtnen ,
dations, should be considered "
when making appointments' to
federal oftices-. He is right, and
the closer he " holds to this belie!
the better he will be liked by the
masses of tho people.
I had been troubled with my kid
neys for twenty nve years una
hud tried several physicians but
receit e 1 no relief until 1 bought
bottle of FoleyVKidney Cure. Af
ter using two bottles 1 was abso-.
lutely cured. I earnestly recom
mend Foley'sKieVaey Cure." Take
only Foley's. All dealers. .
The Herald carries a full line
of tine calendars for 1002. Come
and sec our stock before placing
your orders. '
Foley's Kidney Car