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An A u f r nlinn i,iii!i(iiin!i e li .1 I ahiindimcd flhli. A xrni .! was
olilniiird n cinct'Ai.'in to exploit the
valuable oil fields e( TcrM?, w
product is said to be purer limn the
Kutsiiiii onf put, and in abundant
A New York judge in n suit foi
maintenance decided Hint a tniloT
made gcwn, even at the cost of
$115, I a necessity for which the
husband imifst pay. The judge is
, ' iiV . r?
The sign of peace in South Af
rica are increasing.
The Globe-Democrat my "not
one of the lobby Democrat who
are members of the present legis
lature has been defeated for renom
ination." We wonder how it will
be wilh our senator from this district?
The Republican of Pulaski
county endorse lion. T. J. Akins
for mate chairman, and express
their appreciation of efforts and
magnificent work done by our na
tional committeeman, R. C. Kerens,
in his endeavors to redeem Missouri
from Bourbon rule.
Jeflerson City ii already prepar
ing for the Republican state convention.
President Roosevelt has gone af
ter the beef trust, and he is a
Duller county Republicans select
ed a Whybark delegation to the
judicial convention at Joplin.
Mr. Richardson is practically the
only member of Congress now tin
der investigation in connection with
that little Christmas story.
Mr. Depew, in his role of cham
pion of the American girl, against
the insidious attacks of Senator
Bailey ot Texas, takes high place as
a Knight of the Twentieth Century.
A Southern Bgriculturibt named
Burst has christened bis three chil
drenAlice May Burst, James
Wood Burst and Henry Will Burst.
Some people claim that man is
the child of the ape. and there are
same men whose existence seems to
confirm this theory. Dr. Emil G.
So Prince Adclbert is not com
ing to this country. Possibly the
kaiser thinks that one case of dys
pepsia in the Hoheniollern family
is enough for the present.
The large mule population of
Missouri presupposes a donkey
population of no inconsiderable
proportions. The returns of the
next election will be better than a
census for showing the figures in
the case. Mo. State Republican.
Was it a patriotic endeavor on
the part of an American congress
man to try, after a treaty had been
ratified by his country, to influence
a foreign government to overthiow
the country's expressed desires?
Mr. Richardson has carried Demo
cratic "anti-imperialism" too far.
perched in the (trail mangrove, I n'
anrinjj hnnx'lf with bis win);1! and
watching the Mting-r.i. lie at hist
dropped down at its side, and lum
bered around as if waiting in death.
The fish v hipped the sand with it
tail, and the buzzard again tcvtimed
his post in the dead mangrove.
Vent was in feeble health. He
watched the scene for a long time,
and in a melancholy tunc of voice
finally said: "I know a buzranl in
Missouri perched in a dead liee
watching me in the snme way."
When the workingmati gnaws bis
dear beef bone let him also chew
over the cause of the clearness. Out
of such rumination there may come
remedy, Thetrjsts r re monHers
of out; own creation. take away
their law-made advantages and they
would become harmless as fanglcss
snakes. Philadelphia Record.
Just so, Our earliest recollection
ot an election was an election to de
termine the question of license or
no license in our native town
back in Indiana. We remember
just one of the arguments we then
heard. We were not yet ten years
old, but the argument had enough
force in it to stick in our brain to
this day. To vote in favor of li
cense wai to vote to place the liquor
N w Yii k state.
In nl!miiiig the hgnl I -K t t of the
unions t- stiiKo, the cunt lir.iiis
that litfbt to i.tlouij it to secure bel
ler term of mph menl for them
selves, ncliiilnV; n!l act that prove
malice 01 imlict injmy upon oihcis.
A thunt to strike comes within the
right as being a legitimate expres
sion of an intention. The icfusnl
of union to woik with nonunion
men and tho ftiU-rinjj of a sl'ikc to
e.i 't-sijt-nitl and Semiloiial conveii
1 i ti ; nnd for such other business
as may piopeily conic beloie the
Hie townships arc entitled to the
following representation in the
county convention ;
I if U
Mingo ., 4
Grand River a
Deer Creek , .
I West Point ......
carry that teltisnl into effect will 1 niUtnrt
therefore have h new significance in
the futute of labor disputes in New
The decision is one of great im
portance to labor organizations Hnd
clears the ground for a more defin
ite understanding nu only between
cmpoycis and cmp!oc.(, but be
tween the union nr.d nonunion men.
A party of English, Swiss and
Austrian mountaineers has embark
ed on the perilous feat of climbing
ML Everett, in the Himalayas, as
lar as known, the highest mountain
in the world. It is 29,000 feet high.
The highest previous mountain climb
was 23,000 feet, by a party of En
glishmen, also in the Himalayas.
Why should a nan in the South
exercise a weightier vote in choos
ing the law-makers of the United
Stales, than those in the North and
West, when this discrimination is
unconstitutional? Yet the whites in
the states where negroes are disfran
chised do this, and this is the con
dition of affairs that the Crumpack
er bill seeks to rectify.
, The Bolinger county Republicans
endorse the candidacy of Judge
Moses Whybark for supreme judge,
and also endorse Chairman Thomas
J. Akin and Natisvnal Committee
man R. C. Kerens. ,
The agricultural department has
sent out over 600 bushels of seed
to the drouth stricken region ot Ar
kansas. This is a kind of a seed
distribution that is commendable
and has r.o politics in it.
The National Editorial Associa
tion at its session at Hot Springs,
Aikmisats, voted to table indefinite
ly a resolution condemning Third
Assistant Postmaster General Mad
den on account of his recent news
The Democratic county central
committee of Vernon county has de
cided to bold a county convention on
Saturday, May 24,111 Nevada, for ihe
purpose of selecting delegates to the
various state, judicial and district
Don't let any of our Republican
leaders lot get the elate of our town
ship ar.d county conventions. The
, township conventions on Saturday,
?'jilyJ4, in each township, and
Siounty convention on Thursday,
May 39, at Butler.
Apropos of the recent passage of
the Anli-oleomargenne bill, a case
has just been decided adversely to
the dairymen who protested, in Bel
gium, against the sale of a product
which was neither margarine or but
ter. The court decided that as the
product could not be assimilated
witn margarine, it did not, therefore
come under the provisions of the
traffic where we could controll it by j qc jaf
law. This was the early cry of j L)aje
temperance relormcrs. The result: j Henry
the people soon found the liquor ! Johnson
traffic entrenched behind the law,
with all the rights secured by law
and more powerful trorally, po
litically and legally than r-ver before.
Now temperance reformers de-
The Congressional Convention
cf the Sixth Missouri District is
called to meet in the city of Osce
ola, St. Clair county, July 22d,
1902. The representation to this
convention is to be one delegate
for each 250 votes, or major frac
tion thereof, based on the vote cast
for McKinley electors at the elec
tion of 1930.
Representation to be as follows:
2 Jt "
Should the Republican organiza
tion ot anv Comity of the District
f-l.. .V 1..-. t
la 11 so I'Tovme ror ine election 01
Spruce, Ballard t
Spruce, Johnstown 2
Mt. Pleasant ....
Walnut, Poster 4
Walnut, Worland. ., 3
New Home. No. 1 3
New Home, No. j .... 1
I.one Oak, No. i 3
Lnne Oak, No. I 2
Pleas. Gap. Lone Oak 4
Pleas. Gap, Pleas. Gap 4
Osage, Not th Ward .I J
Osage, South Ward ... 16
HovvarJ. Sprague 3
Howard, Hume S
It is recommended that the town
ship and pierinct meetings be held
on Saturday, May 24, at 2 p. m. at
which meetings the committeeman
lor the township should be elected.
Clark Wtx, C. A. Dfntov,
New Notea From the Capital
nounce the license system as ( delegates 20 days before the date set
league with death and a covenant i fl llis Coru he Republican
, . . , - electors are authorized to meet in
with bell, and want the whole,., r
' lass Convention at the County
system broken up. Only a ew Seat, Tuesday, July S:h, at 10 a. m.
years ago trusts weie unknown to . and choose the delegates to which
the law and were only formed by it is entitled
two or more capitalists tacitly agree
ing that they would pool issues and
divide profits. This was done just
as the merchants of a town agree
upon the buying and selling price of
potatoes lrom day to day, or the
notaries agree on the price to be
charged tor writing a deed, or the
D. T. Boisseau,
T. J. Hai.srv, Sec. Chmn.
A delegate convention of the Re
publicans of the Sixteenth Senator
ial district is berchy called to meet
at Osceola, St. Clair county, on
mechanics on the price to te cnarg- j 1 uesday, July 22, 1902, at 10
ed for certain kinds of work. This ' o'clock a. m.
thine did not last long until some- 1 he basis of representation will
7 . , , , . be one delegate for each aoo vote
one began to demand a law to regu- . . . , ,
K , cast for Daniel Gillson for state
Ute trusts, 10 as to have them under , ictiator ; lSis. T1,c llumr,er o(
delegates from each county will be
as follows :
Bales, ten delegates.
Cedar, eight delegates.
Henry, tweives delegates.
At non to-day the Philippine
bill will be called up in the Senate
by Senator Lodge and will be the
'regular order" until its passage.
That the democrats will oppose
the measure almost t.o the poini of
filibustering is a foregone conclu
sion and 1 am reliably inlormed
that they hope, by prolonging the
debate, to delay the adjournment
of Congress, as they believe that
will result in the amendment of the
bill in some of the features to
which they particularly object.
I4 ,0 J3i 3 tlrmiM iat ami 43 te
l;t lu iris voting for tho Piatt sub-
Tho Cuban reciprocity bill is
still bring discussed t)' tho llonst!
of Kept t srntativ ea, but General
Ciosvenor told ine yesterday that
lie regarded it as i safe prediction
that general drbate on the bill
would close Friday and thai the
bill would pass toon thetialter
without amendment. When the
ni''i:rc it thrown open to amend
ment under the live-minute rule,
which will be on Saturday, there
will be a large-number of amend-j
merits offered, all aimed at the
D'tigley tariff schedulers, but it is
well known that they will be ruled
out of order and can be admitted
only by over ruling the Chair,
which the opposition has not the
strength to do. The fate of the
bill in the Senate is so uncertain
that conservative correspondents
are making no predictions. Those
s-'nalors, 00 both sides, who are
particularly interested, predict the
success cf their withes, but that is
a usual form of campaigning and is
by no means indicative of the real
judgment of the men making the
The movement which bad in
view the election of senators by
popular vote lias been practically
killed by the Committee on Privi
leges and Elections, although the
final vote of the committee will not
be cast until next Tuesday. The
adoption of Senator Depew's
amendment providing that such
flections must be held under fed-
al supervision and that manhood
an 1 uniform suffrage must prevail
will result in the deleat cf the
measure, as the democrats, among j Steel Range, positively ibe best
whom the measure has found its
warmest bupporters, will never
vote tor such an amendment.
Never bclore has cur stote been
so full of stplo and seasonable
Roods as now, carefully bought,
which place us in a position to
makeVKUY LOW PRICES on
first-class coods. We do not
boast that we give good away,
but we will save you money on
the following lines 1
Come in and see ui for General
Haidware, Stove, Quick Meal
Steel Ranges and Gasoline Stoves
Relrigerators, Tinware, Granite
ware, Nickle and Silver-PUted
Ware, Pocket and Table Cutlery,
All Kinds cf Mixed Paints, Lead
and Oils, Guns and Ammunition,
Barb Wire, Nails, Hog and Pield
Fencing, Poultry Netting, Garden
Tools, Grass and Flax Seeds, Har
ness and Harness Extra?, Collars,
Pads, Rope. Ha)ing Tools,
Miner's Tools and Supplies, All
Kinds of Pumps, Wind Mills,
Farming Implements, Buggies,
Wagons, etc., etc.
We sell the famous Quick Meal
In bis speech on the Cuban bill.
Congressman DeArmond intimat
d broadly that the purpose of the
introduction of the Babcock bill to
put steel on the free list, "was to
bold up the steel trust and other
kindred trusts, tor the benefit of his
Bahcock's) party in the coming
campaign." DeArmond must have
drawn his inspiration for this sar
castic thrust from the example of
bit own party in hi own state.
Champ Clark says that the elec
tion of Cleveland to the presidency
was -'the greatest calamity that has
ever befallen mankind since the
fall of Adam." Possibly it was
brought about by the same old
paity, at least we know the Demo
cratic party brought about the
Cleveland calamity, and from the
similarity ot the work we suspect
the same class of workmen were
engaged in both jobs.
Put our ocean mail carrying ships
on the same footing as our lake and
river mail carrying vessels and the
luiltoads an3 the effect on our ocean
dirying trade will be the same!
it was on our domestic water and
Julinid snail carrying trade.
Major Waller has been acquitted
of the chaige o unwailike ciuelty
to a tieacheious, ciuel lie. This
wtsnh!. The animul, ill bunun
shape, tbt under the gu'ue of fiiend
hip, ssslimti our soldiers, de
Miv to bt shot bke any other
Ex-Representative Ransdell, of
Cedar county, it on the machine
blacklist for telling the truth os to
the manner in which Mr. Seibert
strangled the stock yards bill. Tell
inz the truth about a machine is
controll and thus protect the inno
cent against their insidious encroach
ments on their rights. The result:
Such an organization of trusts un
der the law as was never heard of
in all our country's history and
whenever attacked they at once
avpil themselves of the very law
made to regulate them and the peo- j will be the rumination of a Repub-
ple who demanded the law are help- I candidate tor state senator lor
cs . 1 I ot a Senatoti.il committee and the
Under Green B. Raum a admin- lri,n.,r,i(11 , M1CM flth(.r .,....,.
St. Clair, right delegates.
Total, thirty eight delegates.
The purpose of this convention
The early retirement of General
Miles is now an assured fact, a
statement to that effect bavins
(been made at the War Department,
j In the oppinion of the President
In vie w of the sensational stories j the General is a disturbing ele-
which are being so assiduously j ment in the administration of army
circulated by the democratic press affairs and bis continuance iu of
with the purpose of discrediting Cue is subversive of discipline.
the administration, the following The reasons which have lead to
conservative statement, made by ibis decision will be maJe public
Senator Proctor of Yermont, at my I with ,he l'r''cr 'or M1' retire-
. , . ' ment.
request, is particularly interesting. I
The Senator, speaking ol the Pbil-j
ippine bill, said: ,-Our policy ins
dealing with the Philippine Islands J
must be characterized by caution j
and conservatism, because all that!
we do is essentially tentative j
Precipitancy along any line would i
invite disaster and defeat our ends, j
The Filipinos are not accustomed j i
to self-government. The onlyj
government which they have ever; Y
and most economical Range on
We are slashing prices on Farm
Implements. Don't buy until you
have seen us.
' We make a specialty of Pump
Fitting. Bring your Tin Work
and Guttering jobs t? us. All
woik first-class and guaranteed
Yours for Business,
istration ot the pension office a
widow, who did not have an income
of over $600 per year could draw a
pension; under L.ocnern anci t-vans:
if she had an income of over $96
v.. .t.i . rtr.v;,,,, ! iu:ia nncAN vovsi
This raised a clamor for a law regu- j f'sN-
I, .in., this m.iter. and now the' Pursuant to the action of the Re-
may come before it.
J. C. Im.iiam,
F. H. B vhh, Chairman.
Secretary Pro tcm.
thing is fixed. A soldier's widow
who has an income of over $250 01
per year can't gel a pension, no
matter what may be the opinion or
ruling of the commissioner. It is
fixed by law. Result, hui.dreds of
deserving widows arc drprived of
their ju.t deserts without hope of
relict from any source. We might
go on and mention quite a number
of other instances ot demands foi
law making that has had an effect
just opposite to that hoped for or
intended by those demanding them,
but these will suffice to indicate that
it isn't always the wisest thing to
have a law to controll things. Some
things ought to be left to the com
mon sense of the people. Take away
the legal entrenchments thrown up
aiound these things and they have
no power, eicrpt such as belongs to
individuals, and become, indeed, as
harmless as tootnless leptile.
publican County Central Commit
tee, t county convention is hereby
called to meet at circuit court room
in the city of Butler, on Thuisday,
May 29, 1902, t:t 11 o'clock a, m.,
for the pin poe of. nominating a
county ticket t be vote. I for Nov
ember 4, I902; and to elect dele
gates to Ihe State, Judicial, Con-
1 j r 1
Legal leclloo oh Ktrfkea
The court of appeals of the state
always dangerous until the people of New York has just handed down)
begin to believe which is never very
long, it the man who is telling it
understands his business. Mo.
Amos J. Cummings, in one of
his Utters, relates the following.
On ine of Senator Vest! trips dow n
to Florida with bis Iriend Senator
Matthew S. Quay, cn fishing ex
cursion to Indian river inlet, one of
ihe party booked a string-ray and
Iclt him on the beach beneath a
dead mangrove cat tied down with
... . I . ' . I . . . I
a decision anirming uic ngm
labor organizations to strike under
certain conditions. The case was
one in which ihe defendants, an
organization of steam fitters, had
demanded that contractors should
r.ot employ members of a rival or
ganization of the same cla of
workmen and bad caused a strike
which resulted in the defendants
being employed in the plaintiff's
places. The decision ot ihe couit
for ihe defendants was not unani
mous, standing four to thiee, but
unlets reversed by the United Stairs
ihe tide. Ou bis return to the boat
Vol called hit attention tv the Uupttmi court It will be the lawol
!i 1 in
TrrniMin;', fii;H''ncil, utie knows not
wliy. Ivtwrru ln-r sntu ! trl! her
lm-Jwuil f hrr mix i v. H i nut
r!in;;li fur llir tiimliuuU to cum lint the
V lie 111 inn.
ililiim, Khe limla
lirtji. n those
emly j wluu
the shadow of
tx-gins to fall
tiKn tlie woman
she in oiU-11 lit IV
ami lull of vKue
The hcln need-
t' hy wuinrn nt
this Cf11.lt u fully
furm-sheil liy lr.
nourish r the
nerve snd so
quirts tliem. It
rrMores Ihe ti)-1(
tite tii'l int.utsli
reficahlug '.erp. Ji
11 K11" j'iiiiui
strvii'ili in.! tnriitul huoyartejr to meet
the Uul ii niotlicrhuo I, n. iiinkr the
Uiljy'a a'lveiit 1 141 ti.-i.ily puiiilrsa.
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IticilKitica irf lftiuc tu lt. 1 nut "
I'r. l'urit's 1'Icawut l't lit U nu'aui
known has been that of Spain, '
which was autocratic and at least ;
two hundred years behind the ae. :
Therefore, we must proceeJ care-j
fully, entending their self-gDvein-ment
gradually and bearing in
mind the tact that, should we give!
these people liberty in excess of!
tneir capacity, It would be a mis
taken kindness which would prove I
as injurious to litem it would tie:
disappointing and costly to tu.
we are already establishing civilj
government as rapidly as con-'
ditions will permit. Republican I
policy contemplates giving Ihcmj
control of their local anJ municipal !
affairs and, as th;y dc-moiuttatc j
tneir ability to govern themselves'
locally, of extending Ihe privileges;
accorded them until they shall j
hive attained as great a decree of
sell-government as is compatible!
with their best interests.
"The charge that our policy in j
the islands is tyrannical is absurd!
on its face. Ihe American peo-
pie are incapable of tyranny. All'
their traditions art opposed to it. j
They have sacrificed too much for j
liberty not to appreciate its value
and the training which lias taught
them its value has rendered them
incapable of denying it to others.
"No, I do not care to make
prophecies as to the future. Our
present duty is to give to the Fili
pinos a just and rquitabie admin
istration, adapting our methods to
existing conditions, varying thc-m
as conditions vary, meeting future
necessities as they arise, with the
confidence that fairness and equi
ty will insure ultimate success."
Yesterday the Senate re enacted
the Geary law, the process ronsit
ing of adopting the amendment nf
Senator I'latt ol Connecticut,
which substituted the provikious of
the Geary law for tboe of the
Chinese Kicluaion bill framed by
tin Committee on ImminrsUon.
The vole on the amendment was
A FEW FACT
fl From Sanderson & Wilson II. and f. Co.
Tirst, we have just received and opened i:p for inspection
50-MW FAIURSS Of tR!HS AND MUIINGS 50
at prices lower than ever before. We have also jul open
ed up one of the largest and best Siocks of WALL l'APLR
that we have ever owned. We meet all competition and
have no delusion in prices. Wc aKi have some 20 odd
lots of wall paper to clove out regardless of cost. Our stock
of iaby Cauiages and go-carts is I ill up.
We believe that we have TIIK ULCS V SI LLL KANtiL
for the money that is sold in Kich lliil.
We also have Ihe largest stock ol cook stoves ii town.
Our Slock ol rurnlliirc, Hardware and
Undertaking Goods Is Complete.
Wc buy 'arily of the tiiauuf i:iurrr fur r-pol rasti, and
arc enabled (and will) Rive you very t'u.e prices.
To those who want IlotiSt keeping Outfits wc will make
Special 1'iices and Liberal Terms.
SAHDERSOn a UUILSOn
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Globe Demon at (tw ice-.t-w eek) 1 . 0
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