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THE SEDALPA WEEKLY' BAZOO, DECEMBER 26, 1893.
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TOKSOAY, DKCEMBKK 21!, 189:5.
JiAX.oo wishes its readers,
and patrons a merrv Christ-
It will be no harm to break the
Sabbath this evening by hanging up
If you haven't any stockings to
hang up to-night, a pair of socks will
serve the purpose.
Grand old Missouri ! The home of
lteautiful women. The abode ot
hint men. The favorite haunt of
Judging bv the latest telegraphic
news from Jacksonville, published in
to-day's Bazoo, it looks as though
Governor .Jones would knock out
both Corbctt aud Mitchell in the first
Ex-President Harrison was given a
rrrand reception by the Union League
ciunat i iiiiadeipnia last eunesuay
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evening. The campaign of Grand-
iathers Hat lor has opened rather
a pre '
The pioneer residents of
who were twenty-one years old
ous to January 1, kSb'8, will not fail
tn bo oji time :iml nttpnd tho n.P..ti..rr
-at the court house, December 1.8, at
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::50 p. m. But few of you left.
Governor Waite ot Colorado de-
clara-that he is in lavor ot fighting
for the free coinage of silver till hell
lieezes over, it he is enjoying the
ame temperature as we Sedalians, his
prospects for a long campaign are ex-J
Clinlnn Scollnril n t-.n,.., Po.l.rn
oet who enjoys considerable distinc
tion in lighter literature.
'Christmas G-iitury magjizine he begins
.a "Holly Song" by saying that "Care
is but a burst ed bubble." The word
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---uursieti wouiu not ie tolerated se
riously in the columns of The Bazoo,
Any man who who mar have seen
'flip frmvilri rif nrvniTn ntinn tlm ctrvinf I
id' Sedalia vesterday, and beheld the
multitudmousaud immense bun.Uaof
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.,... :.,w, iiuiu nines, 1
ought to be scut to Nevada asylum
?s'o. -J, without an extra session of the
county court to investigate his mental
TWO KANSAS POETS.
The Bazoo h:.s on its lniok table
' this week a beautiful little volume
entitled "Rhymes of Two Friends"
by Allicrt Bigelow Paine and Wil
liam Allen White published by
31. L. Izor fc Son, Fort Scott, Kan-
sas. the introduction is bv i,witirl..1
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Herbert, the well known Hiawatha,
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It is a volume in which the Sun-
Mower state, which is prolific of
singers, mav take panlonable and
Both Mr. Paine and Mr. Whitdare
-writers who have hannilv reached the
l.,.fi J to
v. iiunitvt.K' irvciita ui i
bwiutv am do i-hmis humor.
3fany of these jncces not a few of OT
them in dialect are fit to be ranked
among American classics.
Jn these times when so much trash,
which is given the name of poetry, is
pushed to the front by money
and not merit, it is refreshing;
to find a collection of verses so dainty
-.and so delightful. Besides, they are
.accompanied by excpiisite illustrations I
trom the jiencils ot Hannah Heine and
M. A. Waterman. Li:.n u.. r i. j
..... oouuiv uy uie avcuigll eunie. Ami
In every way the "Rhymes of Two Li t- nnt far AUlmnt .
Friends" is a production which will
entertain all who love mirth and Li
uciuuuai.niu: uuii nuiroauu wilt nave
music, and who are seeking for some- Lme rights that a mob is bound to
thing elent and ornamental,
If there is one thing more than an
other that a community should be
commended for it is the promptness
with which they act to apprehend
eo those who violate the law.
This is Pettis county.
Green Ridge is in Pettis county.
:V bank robber mu.-t not trifle with
the nconle of Pettis county. They
tare as bad as the denizens of Gofley
The attempt to rob the bank at
Green Ridge yesterday was a bold
one in the full light of day and none
would attempt such, a hazardous job
unless he was either an old hand at
the business or crazy.
The cashier, E. E. Durand, i
be commended for his coolness in the
face of great danger and that bank
has a treasure in him that is not found
behind the vest buttons of many men.
The name of Smith, given bv the
robber, sounds very chestnutty a
worm-eaten one at that.
Bank robbing in Petti
not a very profitable industry.
The trouble of this railroad has
been substantially settled aud a por-
tion of the M employes lmve returned
to their places
The foundation of the difficulty was
that the officers refused to recognize
and treat with committees of em
ployes from various branches in one
The employes undertook to coerce
the company to terms, but President
Willmr nnd i s snbon mate . ofiieprs
put their stock of sand into use and
(he result was a strike.
What led to the strike directly was
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the following letter from President
ilbur, in reply to a letter from a
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nxet committee Irom all depart-
ments ot the railroad service. Presi-
dent Wilbur has issued an eighteen-
lge pamphlet to the stockholders,
giving a history of the dissatisfaction
ami full text of the correspondence,
orders, bulletins, etc. The letter re-
ferred to is :
"South Bethlehem. Pa.. Novem-
ber lith, IS!).'?. Jcav. A. Ji.
1 ""." l other, Bingham IIotte,
uexti.emex: l am in receipt of
IVOlir laVOr 01 tllC 14tll UlSt.. Which
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.vas eavin;, pjjadelphia for X
-ork by the 12 o'clock train on W(
. 11.1m11.-11 10 mu ui iucs.eiiger as 1
"The interviews referred to as having
been had during June and July last
were with officers of the Philadelphia
and i.eading Kailroad company, which
at that time was the lessee of our
"The policy of the management of
tbo TilitcrK ollot- lilivioil nmnnnv I
Has always Deen to deal directly ami
on.!r wil. f employes. I an, fa-
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niiu me icinita iiutnc ui iuc 1
general manager to appiiKiiions tor
interviews : they meet my approval,
aud are hereby Confirmed.
1 ours truly.
E. P. Wii.mri:.
President Wilbur winds up his re
port by reiterating what he had said
oeiore, out, mrougii me intervention
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of the state boards of arbitration of
ew x orK ami iew Jersey, a recon-
filiation was affected. The following
is the final declaration of principles
bv tlip Tjpliicb Vnllpv rnilrnnil in tlio
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iiuure cuuuuci 01 us uusiiiess:
"The position of this company has !
been consistently maintained through-
out, namely : That the policy of the
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management of the Lehigh Valley 1
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ilnn I HirAntli. rt.ifl ...ill. it.. ..... 1.1
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.,!.. s stated in mv Wtor ..f Xfw
-ember 17. above nuoted.
Our com nan v has always lieen ready
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confer tullv and freelv with ite em-1
Innir Cll1ifrf anil trill nnntinna f An
w ..cf wU ,
but will neither recotnizeatoreiim
element as representative of our men,
nor will we recognize a mixed com
mittee from different branches of our
service as competent to represent any
The Lehigh Valley Kailroad com
pany have taken the initiatory step to
vindicate their course of manage
ment. FmillnvBti hltVP ricrbta tint rail.
gome " . ht &
offi . la . t- A , , . . .
ht of ;U . enforeet, Mfl
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OUR CHRISTMAS EVE.
IIY UKOKOE W. FEttUKU
There is no anniversary in al
year's calendar which ha been
hrated so much and so elaborate
art and literature as thatof Clirnjnias
eve. There is a subtle inlliLncc
about it, intangible, impalpable and
as rare as the blue sunlight or! the
- golden vapor in heaven
Poets aud painters have expended
their genius upon it from the lime
when the big bright Star of Bahle-
hem shone in splendor upon the plains
and peaks of Palestine until the
present. Mi'istrcls have placid it
lably upon the pages of joesy
to and art has wrought it into forhs of
fantasy and attitudes of cxijjisitc
But the spirit of tlieanniversay is
so elusive that it really lies hidd'ii in
the secret sanctuaries of the hear) and
refuses to be evoked save by tin still
mall voice of the soul or the toudi of
memory and tears when the mud
turns to thoughts of the days thaj are
Christmas eve is largely a Unit for
gladness and glorification. The iery
atmosphere is surcharged with lap-
pint-ss. The strange star that guiled
the wise men to the place of theSa-
viors birth, is more brilliant even
than in the days ot old when the
nrnnliots ;itnl urii-ifi; filled the Ililv
Lamhvith prtHHclion an,l laVell.ng '
The face of childhood is beamng
with expectancy and joy. The
branches of the evergreen tree ire
burdened with trinkets and kcepsaljes,
with playthings for "Little Boy Bite,"
and with substantial remembraices
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for the older folk. 1 here are gi ten-
Tin i in
er.. an(, gladdest everywhere, and the
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golden singers that encircle the iiid-
golden singers that encircle tue if
night sky are melodious almost in
tact as well as in fancy. t
It is likewise a season of hoiie-coni-
mg and reunion. famine tiud
friends who have been separated by
sea or land gather again alniut the
festal Iward and find peace and con
tentment in the happy faces and the
warm clasping of hands. The mother
welcomes her boy back in the old
rooftree. The wife hastens to greet
a husband whom some cir
cumstance has kept from her side
for many weary months. Brother
greets brother and the bride, who
went forth a year ago from under a
bower of blossoms and with a shower
of kisses on her fair forehead, returns
and it may be holding in tender
caress a babe with scarcely less divin-
itv- tliMti flint ill tbp liinmrpi ;it Itotb.
If . n 11 c 1 11, 1 At'n 1 ni.-n i f ,n,n 1 1
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reminiscence and to some a time of
icariiii icuicinuniucu. 1 lit-ic mav ill.-
in which one little
year ago some loved one was seated,
but whose silence and sleep cannot be
broken by the chiming ot bells or the
merry laughter of innocence and
Friends may be far beyond the
multitudinous seas." They mav
havc wan,Wed to the other side of
the we;itcru mountains. They mav
jecn iH.ncati, t'ne billows of the broad
Atlautic or mav be at rest under the
of California. The solemn
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l.....nl,..Ma ;.. ....,;r,l,l en
But whatever of gloom or gladness
or greenery there may lie round about
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we Llil "ur eye- tip want ami see
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me nt nam no.-i 01 nea veil iv pilgrims
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" l',e-v "V'K e an.i imvei yom. u,e
I I ' .lUll 111 Kill llll CIlUCUMIl. 11 sinuei
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with the same sublimity a in the
whom it is so unchangeably significant,
is still Lord of all.
Upon this Sabbath day the eve of
the anniversary of Christ's advent
among the sons of men we extend
greeting to our friends wherever or
whoever they may be. May their
sorrows steal away on the beams of j juice to know that they have been re
this immemorial star: mav its sanctity warded by the courts. Also it will
and sweetness fall upon them like a lf a warning to i commercial agencies
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iviieuiuiiuii , ami m.ij uii nave n
Mern Christmas !
Mi-Cli-Han's for Toilet Sots.
I will sell vou a Watch for a latlr or
jfentlcmcn, for Icxs money than aiiyiindr
in Sedalia. (! Towhslkv.
-McClellan's for ltoyV Ilooks.
HAPPY HOLIDAY CHILDREN
They Quit Their Books and
Desks to Spend a Merry
At Broadwav, the high school build -
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mg, the exercises were of course, of a
serious and amuitious cnaracier.
1 he usual recitations, dialogues and
declamations were given together with
vocal and instrumental selections:
.'The nnisiV at Broadwav was of a de
gree of excellence rarely met with
even at professional performances.
The art features at Prospect school,
of which Miss Hattie Gold is the
capable principal, were of great ex
xt t -i i .1..
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firtir nml nntrmt-Ai .wMim! InnrAls
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his reputation by the crayon sketches
which appeared 011 flic blackboards.
The teachers and pupils also deserve!
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praise lor meir work.
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ine programme in i was (iiuie
icnginy, consisting ot thirty-two se
lections, but was wholly interesting.
The border of lilies on the board, the
flag in colors, a witch, the rat and
the fiddle were excellent crayon work.
Miss Bcttie Shafcr, teacher.
Rooms 2 and 3 had the blackboards
also beautiful embellished with
landscapes and appropriate mottoes.
The main feature of the programme!
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was u tiiaioguc uy iweive nine ooys
and girls. Teachers. Misses FIov E.
Jackson and Hattie IL Russell.
Room No. 4, Miss Nichols, teacher. I
had a well selected urogramme, part !
u which was an original SKeicu, -V
Class in Geography ." bv ten bovs.
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The skating scene in colors was very
pretty as was the bonier of blackber
ries. Nos. 5 and ( joined forces, and the
teachers, Miss Barley and Mrs. Bag
by, arc to lie congratulated ution the
progress of the pupils. The border
of apple blossoms was exquisitely
No. 7, over which Miss Randall
presides, was crowded, and the pro-
ramme ol twenty-five selections was
rendered in a charming manner. As
in other rooms, the bonier ou the
blackboanl, representing holly, was
No. 8. Miss Hattie Gold, teacher
is weak in number but exceedingly
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niuui; viuvtwis:. 11c young mines
no dovs were seen acquitted them
selves most creditably. The picture
in colored crayon, of the Magii follow
ing the star of Bethlehem was a re
markably striking and well executed
The morning of Friday was de
voted to exercises in the dilferent
rooms. The teachers and priuci-al
had one of the rooms, No. 8, tastefully
decorated with pink crepe and hung
with a profusion of flags. At one end
of the mom a stage was built, sur
rounded with evergreens. Jn the
background flags anil bunting deco
rated the wall, across which were the
words "Merry Christinas." Head
lights were arranged in a position to
throw their radiance on the stage and
surroundings, and the scene was a
very prettj' one.
X. E. MKDAI.IA -hooi
This school under the able super
vision of Miss Emma Stoslierg, as
principal, with Missess Josephine aud
Jennie Kaiser. Eva Hauptlv and
Bumganluer as assistants, gave
a very enjoyable and well rendered
literary exercise on Friday afternoon
at the schiNHtl building, it being the
closiug exercise before the Christmas
This scliind enjoys the reputation of .
getting up very interesting literary
cutertiiiumeiits, and hence standing
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room was at a premium as usual.
Patrons and friends of the school
were out to see and hear, and tlwv
weie not disappointed.
Mi-t'Mlan's fur Xov-llu.
Minters Vs. Bradstreet
l he case w hich has lieen on trial lie-;
tore Judge .lames Uiv and a jury in I
the Johnson county circuit court "the
past week was concluded Satunlav
evening and given to the jury about
seven o'clock. About nine o'clock
mi. .1. v. i aniieriec, uicitu. ti..:n:.. t !...: .i . .
the jury returned a venlict givingthe, lm ,I1 nave
Miuteri S.'50,fl00 damage. a."ew IV" tTY0 han,,ers crosseiL 1 he
This case grew out or a report sent jlPr wlU catch on
from this city to Bradstreet's com-j Rump, of Paris, has invented a
mercial agency reflecting upon the ' Bran machine. He claims that there
commercial standing ot Minter Bros. ! are "millions in it."
who were dry roods merchants in Se- I
i.hilia. The reiK.rt sent out so hurt j
their credit that it eventually sent the
company to the wail, hence the suit
and was taken to .Johnson county by
a change of venue.
The friends of the Minters will re
that they must handle
.i . iiiwi 1 1 1 - i iiniiiiic A ill ill j 1 1 v . .
Mi-tlollan'x lor Kilef' I'ih-iii".
Come qnd be convinced that Town
lerV have the finest laniM in town.
See the pin trays anil tablets at Towns-ley'-,
only 3o cent. Nothing like them in
WEARYIN' FOR YOU.
Jes' a wearyin' for you
All the time a-feelin' Mne;
W'ishin' for you wonikrin' when
You'll lie coinin' home agen.
Ki-tles.-, don't know what to !
Jes' a-wcaryin' for you !
j j?0?0 ""mt:. 'H' yonr.-hair
hinply by the fireplace th n
Jcs. Mant, t,. ,!j;hl , h ,
. (;. out iioni ami nuim a Lit
Hut ihu wooU i-i loni"Mmi'. too
Jo' a-tvearyiu' for you !
Comes the wind with soft care--,
Like the rtistlin of your ilre;
IMo-xim-i fallin to the ground
.Sltly. like your footte- mhuiiI ;
Violets like vour eyes so blue
Je' a-wearym' for you !
Morniif como ; the binN awake ;
Use to sinj: so for your sake !
Hut there's sadness in the note-
I a", tiitiiiiii ituiu mini iiiiuui:
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f t-ui 10 leei your ausence, too
j Je a-wearyin' for you.
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' ": lm'ol'm,",e
hen the tlark 2I0011K m the door:
. Seem-jV like you orter k-
. I Here to oiien it lor me:
Ijteh sot's tinkliif : thrills tue through
Set.-, me wearyin lor you :
Jes a-wearyin' for you
All the time a-feeliu' blue:
AVL-hin' for you womlerin" when
You'll Ik? comin' home aen ;
Restless, don't know what to do
.Ie-' a-wearyin' for you !
FiiiuL I.. Stanton.
Items that Are Odd and Newsy
Compiled from Many Mis
Lakcirfnn's Missouri's hoop-pole
Pilot Grove has a new S",00()
Night school are the admiration
Boonville gives a "conundrum
supper" for charity.
Jamestown expects a rush of
weddings holiday week.
Kansas City fears a raid from
safe blowers and burglars.
The poor farm of Buchanan
county has pauper inmates.
Calhoun is advertising for a hog.
a real live pig four legged.
Drury the pride of Springfield,
has lost no grip on its boom.
Oakdalc loses its grip, on Rankin
W. Douglass, aged 78 years.
Cooper county has only & demo
crats hungering tor county offices.
Knox county warrants soil at 75
cent? on the dollar. Gather them in.
Cassville has a "promoter wno
will build a hotel it a site is donated.
Neosho is distributing gold fish
from its hatchery. Silver is not in it.
Charles Canole, of New Frauk
lin, dies Dec. 20, at 72 years of age.
The Drury fund is not yet com-
lleted so says the Springfield Jiepnb-
Rev. A. W. Chambliss, of Mont
gomery City, aged K4 years, died Dec.
Itav & Colvert's new hearse will
be furnished tree to the Shelbina peo
ple. Bishop Tuttle is making his
Christmas circuits. He is at Hiime
ville. Shelbina will have a grand
Masonic demonstration January l.'Sth,
Bullock and Stevens mill at
Molierly, was consumed by fire. Dam-
ni'f S.'i (MX)
T. ... u,,:,,,,, !lt r :ilortl.
mwumfw fire D'ec. 20. Dam-
-Osage City enters a claim to the
V!ILl an' ,KIcn"m ,loopo u"r" m
The festive burglar bobs up se
renly in every direction. Calhoun is
now the victim.
Dr Dinwiddie. of Boonville, will
lecture on the "Mistakes of Matri-
,n0Hy " pec (;
agonda, of Callao,
lrowncd herself in the Chariton river j
Dec. 20. Insane.
rrtt r t f r t tt t
Amn Wall a Millor nmntv
farmer, was held tin and robbed of
'S100,. Decemlicr 10.
SpringlieldVMiiociir says Judge
Bra disposed of but one case Dec.
21st just a plain "jag." ,
James C. Howell, a favdile of
Shelbina's. will marrv Miss Alice
Shields, January 2, 1SSM.
A quiet wadding took place in
Kansas City yesterday. Miss Ella
Hayden to John Hedges, jr.
Paris has-been struck with the
matrimonial epidemic The AiijuI
chronicles four for one date.
Millanl has a runaway girl, and
her father is searching in every direc
tion for her without success,
Springficlds' Christmas fund has
reached the sum of SI, 845 and the
poor will have a Santa Clans.
Frank Washburn, of Moberlv,
wants to be an angel. He attempts
suieide by shooting at his head.
Boonville thinks "all things come
to him who waits " and hones for an
opera house in the bye and bye.
'ri. i. i i .
me i; u n Kan is must have passed
by. These long-haired youths need
dipping Paris has the craze also.
Near Woodville. Mrs. Sallie A nti
Halibiirton, G7 years old. na.-scs hv.t
to the New Jerusalem, December 15.
Geo. Carpenter, of Kansas CIt-
ehews his wife's lip, and bites the
lower lip off. He languishes in jail.
Shelbiuas Baptists has a new
pastor, Rev. J. Pcntuff. B. A. II. M.
He preached his first sermon, Decem
A former Missouri' evangelist.
Rev. Henry F. Davis, is following a
new vocation growinn- or.iin'ps in
Lucicn Richardson, of Calhoun.
concludes to take on an appendage,
Miss Willie Legg. May it prove a
The Iteimbiw is trving to boom
Hon. L. L. Man-hand! of Lewis, for
congressional candidate from the first
Dallas county Ixiasts of a steer
weighing :,700 pouuils, aud proposes
to add 500 more pouuils to the poor
Mouett wants to help solve the
electric light problem she now has on
land, npriugueld should come to
Two octogenarians of Paris ias
to the bevond. Mrs. Elizabeth Gore.
and Mrs. Harrison Vaughn. De
The Paris Mercurn thinks the
only wav for filling the editors sock,
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is iu pin ins nun in ii, ie sure u lias
but one hole.
Springfield's Demixrtit says : "The
Mayors water whs hot yesterday and
he will wait for it to cool before tie
attempts another bath."
Calhoun is certaiuly strictly in it.
She has a Pigg 70 years old : a Crow
40 years old ; a Ham 270 lbs ; a Bush, ,
a Hill, Slack and Tarr.
Mrs. BIyholder, of St. Loui.
thinks she will prevent her husband
remarrying, by leaving him her prop
erty on those conditions.
Mrs. Barksett, of Kansas City,
favors a Strang man by mating
change for him and is robbed and
beaten for the mistaken kindness.
The grand jury of Springfield
iudicts the 4th ward councilman upon
a charge of bribery. "A tangled web
we weave when we stoop to deceive."
Two bums of Kansas Citv got
cold the other night and each helped
themselves to an overcoat. The
spring time will be here when thev
get out ot jail.
A Crawtonl countv man, old and
decrepit and hair white as frost, walks
100 miles to Kalis countv, to see hw
daughter, who is a nliinleress. "Blood
is thicker than water."
Supt. Buchanan of Sedalia Will
Be One of the Speakers.
The Southwest Missouri Teacher
association meets at Cl.nton Decemler
27 to 20. The people of Clinton are
making everv eflbrt to be ready to re
ceive at least 500 teachers. The rail
roads have granted one-fare rates.
with one exception, the Missouri Pa
cific, which grants one and one-third
rates on the certificate plan. The
hotels and private boanling houses ot
Clinton will entertain teachers at halt
rates. The artesian well will flow its
millions of gallons of sparkling water
daily, and the programme will present
some ot the brightest lights of the
Ofliifitif innl irnrlil tn tlii iiMinln
a , ti,,w tri1(1 .r;ii eiut
j.j. yL Greenwood , of Kansas Citv i
Dr. C. C. Woods, ofNoosho: Dr. .
L. Osborne of Warreusburg, Dr. R.
H. Jessie, of Columbia ; Dr. Benjamin
S. Terry, of Chicago university;
also Profs. Buchanan, of Sedalia;
Lynch, of Mount Grove; Theil
nianu, of Appleton City ; Miss Wel
ster, of Kansas City ; Hull, ot Spring
field, (Sentry of Columbia, Haynes of
Boonville, Shannon of Joplin, Bohl
nian of Indeendence, and many
others of the leading educators, school
commissioners and school officers of
A prize of 510 will be awanied thef
best school exhibit ; o for the second
liest. Many arc already engagin
Are You Happy?
The man or woman who is nrutitahlv-
entployeii in p-nerally happy. If you are
not happy It mar oecause'you hare not
found yon proiier work. We earnestlv
urge all Mich persons to write to B. F.
Johnson t'o., of Kichmnnil, Va anil
. iuu a wont in 11 it'll rm
can lie happily and profitably employed.