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Fntd awoMtna, to tha act of Ctol tHa
pox 64jt ! Kl. 1 Hill, a-w-d data avail .amt.
Let week's isme of the Pates
County Record betm I'm 3'"" i'-'
ol ti e publication of that excellent
Repot dienn pnper. Thirty-seven
yean is it long time to publish such
a ppcr in Democratic county nnd
state, but Lditor Austin has weath
ered nil the storm and 1 still on
deck just m ready for the fray as lie
was 37 years ago. May he live
long and prosper.
It is thought tbat congress Hill
adjourn toward the latter end of
June, but if it does there will have
to be some bustling.
It seems to be the order of the
day for Republican county conven
tions to criticise state financial loose
ness, notwithstanding v the Cook
Tammany will be ruled by a Tri
umvirate until a suitable leader can
be determined upon. Since Nixon's
resignation the tribe seems to be
sanable to agree upon a chief and
must take time to consider.
What kind of people-have they
down in St. Louis anyway? Fraud
ulent election officer, boodling al
dermen, and now two fellow ar
rested and fined upon a plea of
guilty for selling short weight coal
to the poor. Thank goodness the
editors ,are all safe jet. ,
Elihu Embree Hos and A. Coke
'Smith were elected bishops ot the
Methopist Episcopal Cburch.South,
by the general conference at Dallas,
Texas, May 2J. Dr. How is editor
to the Christian Advocate at Nash
ville, Tennessee, and Dr. Smith is
a Virginia minister. Both well
i-quipped with gifts and graces for
The Republican editors of the
State are being notified that there
will be a meeting of the Editorial
Association in Jefferson City during
the Republican State Convention.
The editors are to be there on the
23d, a day in advance of the con
vention. Headquarters for the as
sociation have been secured at the
The Democratic State Committee
tf Indiana, at their meeting May
Si, at Indianapolis, rejected the de
mand of the silver leaders that a
plank should be inserted in their
platform, which they were consid
ering, at the coming state conven
tion, endorsing Mr. Pryan and de
ciding that thepurpoeof the Dem
ocrats had been secured by an in
creased supply of gold. The gold
tugs weie In control and out voted
Let the Jefferson bible by all
means be published. It will be the
means of getting people to read
sciipture that nrver read it before.
The very idea of a politician like
Jclierson taking tinte to writ an
outline of the life of. Christ copied
fioiu the New Testament as he read
it, will strike a great many people
as one of the most remarkable
things in the life of this rcmaikabte
nun, and they will read it to see
what a man of his character has to
lay about the Man of Galltlte.
The general conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South,
at Dallas, Tea, settled the book
Concern war claim in the only way
in which it could be settled, and
which was !o the wisest way to
settle it. That is to return the
fiSJ.ooo whenever the United
Slates .Senate shall provide a way
ta; reluming the money, The Sen
ate w ill ncvi-r make suih pioviaion
mid tl etc the matter will rent. No
one believes tlie church guilty of
any wiong i't the nulitr and thi
action pillars then) ol any dttiie to
pfjfit by the wiotig doirg vl ove 1
1 l aluUS flClit,
The Republicans of Hates county
are entitled to nine delegates to the
state convention at Jeffctson City,
to be held June 24th, and five dele
gates to the judicial convention to
be held at Joplin July 15th, accord
ing to call for these conventions
published in Tiik Tr i bun of
April 3, 1902, and eleven delegates
In the congressional convention and
ten in the senatorial, both of which
conventions meet in Osceola, St.
Clair county, July 22, 1902. Don't
forget the dates nor the number of
delegates to which the county is
Now it appears that Spain is hav
ing trouble with a meat trust. It
was found necessary in Madrid to
issue a royal order directing that re-
forms be instituted in the slaughter
bouses. Such abuses as monopolies
and aombinations formed with the
purpose of extorting illegal profits
have for some time been apparent
in all of the larger cities of the pen
insula. In 4uequence of the hard
times, civil strife and the beef trust
the average price of beef t-day in
Spain is 33 cents a pound. It re
mains to be seen whether a royal
order will have more effect on a
Spanish trust than federal and state
law have thus far had on American
. Now that Alfonso XIII., at the
beginning of his seventeenth year.
has sworn to maintain the constitu
tion of Spain, he is entitled to ex
ercise the full prerogatives of
Spanish sovereign, thus termina
ting the regency of his mother.
which has continued since r6S5
King Alfonso is not the first ruler
of Spain to be intrusted with the
reins of government at ss aly an
age iving rerainand lv. was
proclaimed of age at fourteen
years old, while King Alfonso VIII,
attained bis majority at the age of
eleven. King James II. was de
clared of age when only seven and
ruled without a regent; at any rate,
it was pretended that he ruled.
As the question raised in the
beef trust litigation is an inter
state contention, it is practically
settled in advance that the decis
ion of the Missouri supreme court
will not be the final settlement of
the case. Under such circumstan
ces it is impossible to forecast the
action of the Missouri court, be
cause any decision it makes will
be based on law and not on poll
tics, and when the court follows
the line of law and not she line of
politics, it is sot so easy to tell
where it will come out, for the
reason that courts which use both
law and politics usually know
more politics than law. Mo. State
A LtUle Question of Tsui.
Some one steninar liimelf 'Mer
chanfand Manufacturer" writes to
the St. Louis Globe Democrat of
last Sunday, and says:
'The quotation below is from
your editorial columns, May 33:
1 1 1 . . . .
nai nianuiaciuring umier a pro
tective system can do fur a state is
seen in 1 cnnsyivama with 52.000
manufacturing and mechanical es
tablishments, a capital ot $1,500,.
000,000, product of $1,000,000,.
000, and annual wage payments of
$300,000,000. Missouri lias simi
lar resources, and, fortunately, en
joy the benefits of protection.
though its politics, absurdly, is fice
liut, has the state of Pennsylva
nia built up its great manufacturing
and mechanical establishments by
specially taxing them on eyery dol
lar' worth of their product, as is
the case of this state, and does she
specially tax them for every dollar's
worth they sell there or tlaewheie as
An Illinois manufacturer at the
other end of the bridge can send h'
men through Missouri, or any other
state, sell his product and pay 110
special taxes to his stale on what he
sells) but if he locates at this end
ot the bridge, Missouri compel
him to pay special taxes for all he
make and for all be sell. We
make a iice gift of our maikcts to
the visiting sailckiiitn ot competing
lines itiiiJc 111 other states, w ho cany
no stuck her?, but if a niar.ufactuicr
tltaiirt IO Start S fjCtOlf i.l Missouri
or entry a stock hue, we handicap
on product rind
If Missouri is going to ake the
position to which her great resouicc
l.i.n as aa'ii.j.t o
ially taxing him
II Out 'Mown."
asking thut the
1 11; wi.tiu c
Umic.I n bulletin
muni: of the Smie of Iowa slmll
itivrr be abbiex intod In addressing
it.iti, us it Imi mi often It'll tonus
It ix rvpUincd thiit the abbreviation
"I.l." might he tuist.ikcii for Indi
ana, while th nbhttvinlinn "Io,"
might be tii'.it.il.en fcr Idaho, these
atbrcvintions being used in those
states as much as they are in Iowa.
No one ever gained anything by the
Use of iibiii evictions. The sugges
tion is one vvoith heeding and prac
ticing. Ex. , .
If letter writers would spell out
in full the name of any state to
which their Utters may bo address
ed, it would insure a mora certain
delivery of the letter, and if the j
... .. 1. : .1. l . . : - I
cuuniy 111 which ine pusiuuicc is
located, be added, so much the
better, The expeilcnce of a post
master will teach anyone the impor
tance of spelling out the name of
the state in full.
entitle her, she must stop puii!shio 1 ti.krs in the distil. utinn of mail
her residents for being enterprising."
It will be noticed by any one vis.
iting St. Louis or Kansas Cilv that
most of the large mnmif.'icturing es
tablishments are, at St. Louts, juft
across the river in the Republican
state of Illinois, at Kansas City,
11 cross the line in the Republicnn
slate of Kansas. "Merchant and
Manufacturer" gives one of the
very probable reasons for this state
The people of Rich Hill remem
ber that only a few years ago one
of our large coal companies surren
dered their incorporation In Mis
souri and went directly to Tope k a
and reincorporated under the laws
of Kansas, for the reported reason
that the laws of Kansas were more
favoiable to their interests than the
laws of the state of Missouri.
At the time of the great south
west railroad strike among the rail
road employees, it was found by the
laborers that the laws of Kansas
were far more favorable to them
than the laws of the state of Mis
souri. The only way to put Missouri
alongside the most enterprising and
progressive states of the union is to
put in power a party that believes,
and acts upon the belief, that serv
ing the best interests of the state is
serving ti.8 best jnterests of the par
ty, and putting out of povyrr the
party that believes, and acts cn the
belief, that to pass laws to secure
the party in power, right or w rong,
is serving the best interests of the
state. The result of such action 011
the part of the people will be the
triumph of tne Republican party in
this state and the overwhelming de
feat ot the Democratic party. This
will put tne legislation of the state
alsng in line with the legislation of
the national government and help
the miner, the farmer, the mechanic
and the merchant, so that the pay
ment of their taxes will become a
source of profit rather than a burden.
'Keep out In the open air as
mm l possible,
"Have fnith in your neighbor.
"Make a practice of engaging 111
conversation each day some one
whom you know to be your su
perior. Upon the fust of lheie I place
especial einphiisin. Live In the
opmj see God's great world; get
awny from this conftnemei.t within
walls and these books. When In
touch with nature you are in tune
with the infinite, holding silent com
munion with the Cientor."
Settlement in the Northwest.
It ?ccrns beyond comprehension
that 136,000 hometeekers could be
transplanted from the middle and
southern st.Uci to the northwest in a
period of sixty" days, tut such is the
record of the railroad companies,
according to their statistics for the
two months ending April 12. These
figures Will doubtless be increased
materially in the, corning two months
for the sprine days last, fall in the
northern states. The estimate for
the different states is as follows:
North Dakota, 50,000; Washing
too, Idaho, MregQD ,jj,ooo north
ern Minnesota, iS.oooj south Da
kota, 1 2, coo; Manitoba, 7,000;
Montana, 4,000. Probably 25,000
1 cars tf freight have also been taken
to that section. Manitoba and
northern Minnesota expect a larger
influx from the foreign immigration
to 'come from the Scandinavian
peninsula." Altogether the growth
of the notthwest probably exceeds
that of any other year.
During the " Spanish-American
war, at the recruiting station in St.
Louis, the following, as lelated in
the Galvcstan News, took place be
tween a recruiting officer and an
applicant who was ot Irish nation
lty R. O, flow old are you?
I. R. Don't know, but Ot must
be an Id enough.
R. O. Have you ever been in
I. R,-Y ot.
K. O Have you ever been in
R. U What ones?
I. R. Oi've been In all ov them.
U. O. Were you in the battle
ui Hull U un?
I. R. Oi was.
, , R. O. Did you run?
1. R. You bet Oi did, and them
poor tltvils that didn't run arc there
DECISION AGAINST PUB
JUS MRUS. '
Stick to the Party.
If some of our local contempo
raries don't quit throwing Sam
Cook's brilliant articles on the ex
cellent condition of affairs in Mis
souri iito the waste basket, they
will endanger their chance' for 4
renewal of their "advertising con
tracts" in exchange for free rides
as well a their chances to get
their lingers in. the "appropria
tion" next winter. You must
Important Unlink on the Second
Clans Matter Question.
Justice Bernard, of the District
of Columbia supreme court, in a
decision in the mandamus case of
the Chicago business college
against the postmaster general, j "stick to the party," tos r.o
sustained the policy of the post; matter if vou bve to held your
office department in its exclusion ! nose while doing so. It'iamitttr
pf certain classes of publications
from the second-class mail rates.
The court refused to issue the writ
of mandamus and dismissed the
petition of the college, which
of business. Scoit County Kicltr
Hetter to Give than tollccelve?
Missouri has a school fund in-
sought to compel the admission otj vested in nothing,' yet we at tcld
its publication. Business Educa
tion, to the second-class rate.
The court suggested in its de
cision that it did not think courts
should differ in judgm:nt witn otfi
cers cf the governments as to the
meaning of a law that Such officers 'Republican
are charged with exercising, as
that would constitute a substitution
of the judicial mind for the execu
tive. The decision is regarded by
postal officials ss cf great importance.
by Democratic state officials that
such an investment is a good one.
It must be a consolation to those
people who are paying interest to
know that they are belter off than if
they were receiving. l'erry County
Mother at I'rayer.
Once, says a writer, I suddenly
opened the door of my mother's
room and star her on her knees
beside her chair and heard her
(peak my came in prayer. 1
quickly and quietly withdrew with
a feeling of awe and reverence in
my heart. Soon I went away fiom
home to school, then to college,
then into life's sterner duties. Iiut
I never forget that on glimpse of
my mother at prayer nor the one
word my own name which 1
heard her utter. Well did I know
that what I had seen that day was
but a glimpse cf what was going on
every day in that sacred closet of
prayer, and the consciousnos
strengthened me a thousand tinits
in duty, in danger and in struIe.
When death came at last and seal
ed those lips, the sorest sense of
loss I felt was the knowledge tl at
uo more would my mother bet ray
ing for me.
Three .Maxim fur Ktmlent.
"I will gtc you three practical
working rules," said Dr. Edward
Everett Hale to an audience of
I'niversity ol Chicago men in chapH
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CON
Pursuant to the action of the Re-
miblican County Central Commit-
tee, a cumy contention is nereuy
called to meet at circuit court room
in the city of butler, on Thuisday,
May 29, 1902, at 11 o'clock a, m.,
for the purpose of nominating a
county ticket to be soted for. Nov
ember 4, tooij and to elect dele
gates to tlie Statp, Judicial, Con
gressional and ' Senatorial conven
tions; and for such other business
as may properly come before the
The townships are entitled to the
following representation in the
tounty convention 5 h
Mingo . 4
Grand River- .. 2
Deer Creek jq
East Boone.. , 5
West Doone - 4
Wilts mini i.f a
j iir sslim i hey b.
: k'u to coiiti anil
i the liters ate p&in.
Iful. lint It la
fait beyond dis-
3 prooj that con
I sumption Is not
iu t cannot be in
j lienlrtl. The nil
j crotc vt hk'U bictsl
j 'lip ase must t-o-j
!nt !v be rrcrive:!
jfer tie indivUiul
I U fore 0 iiiauinp
1 tion co ba rlevel-
Jmv Ittta 1
Ml. I leasunt ... 25
Walnut, Foster 4
Walnut, Worland 3
New Home. No. 3
New Home, No. 2 . - 1
Lone Oak, No. 2 3
Lnne Oak, No. 1 2
Pleas. Gap. Lone Oak 4
Pleas. Cap, Pleas. (Jap 4
Hudson . 10
Osagv, North Ward. 13
Osag?, South Ward. 16
Howar.I. Sprague 3
Howard, Hume ,
It is recommrnded that the town
ship and precinct meetings be held
on Saturday, May 24, at 2 p. in. at
which meetings the committeeman
lor the township should be elected.
Clahss Wjj, C. A. Dsntov,
J 11 tio hv
U ' ,'JjflV-ted ith 0U1I.
"" 1 cte coiih, bron-
'cl.Uls, Medina; cf
Itrprul the Nealilt Law.
Conservative Democrats, and
there aie many cf them, are in fa
vor of the repeal of tU Neih.t
Law, ip favor of divorcing the b b
by and crushing (he jtffcrtou City
ring and to that e stent -are oppotrd
to the rule of the "big four" of the
Missouri Legislature. Richmond
the lunj-a, ettiariHion bik! raknrs, Late
!ccn -il.TtIy on I jx riiuiiriit'y curtd
by the lite ui lit. fierce Golden Hoi
iml Jii-Ao-.i ry. It i.ri- the eolith,
lii-uU Hie liiii js, and build lip the body
Wilil aolitt (trail,
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The Congressional Convention
of the S.li Missotjii District is
called to meet in the city of Osce
ola, St. Clair county, July 2iJ,
1902. 1 he representation to this
convention i to be one delegate
for each 250 votes, or major frac
tion thereof, based on the vote cast
for McKinley ekctois at the elec
tion of 1900.
Representation to be as follows:
Cot.nty Vote Delegates.
Hates 2731 11
Ca-iS 2162 9
Cedar i S4 5 7
Dade . 192
Henry 2bi6 11
Johnson 3051 11
St. Clair i4 7
Should the Republican orgatiia
lion ot any Comity of the DiMrict
f.iil to provide for the election ol
delegates io days befoie the date set
for this Convention, (he Republican
electors are authoiited to meet in
Mass Convention at the County
Seat, Tuesday, July Mill, at IO a. 111.
and chaise the ?c!egiilcs Io which
it 1 entitled.
D. T. UomrAU,
T. J. llAtstv, Sec, Chtnn.
A beautiful lot of Wash Fabrics in the latest de
signs, in the dainty and sheer effects, in the richest
ol colorings, are now being offered at the lowest
A nice lot of lawns, per yd . gc
A desirable lot of batistes, G'4C
Dimities in pinks, blues, and black and whites, in the
popular stripe designs, per yd , QJic
Dimities in blues, pinks, linen effects, reds, greens and
black and whites, pei yd -JOc
Dimities in pearl greys, greens, blues, pinks, yellows,
and blacks and whites, in stiipes and figures,
per yard ,2? and 15c
A beautiful lot of batistes, Swiss silks, lace effect mer
cerized papillions, mercerized ginghams, mercerized
foulards, mercerized lace striped batistes in pinks,
blues, pearl greys, linen effects and reds, solid colors
and striped and figured designs, per yard iSc, 20c,
and J .. 2 5c
White Swiss with black dots, and black dotted Swiss,
P rcl 25c nd 35c
An embroidereJ Swiss, linen color, vtry swell for
waists and dresses! 5 Q;
Gaze de soies, an elegant sheer fabric, in black, tan, '
white, blue and pink, ver yd 4 Qc
Those Jap silks in whites, blacks and colors, just the
thing for hot weather, per yd GOc
H. V. GEIGER,
SICCISSOR 10 W. H, flSHIR & COMPANY.
A fW FACT
From Sanderson & Wilson 11. and f. Co.
First, we have just received and opened up for inspection
50-MW fATfLRNS Of URPtlS AM MUUNGS--5G
at prices lower than ever before. We have also just open
ed up one of the largest and best stocks of WALL PAPLR
that we have ever owned. We meet all competition and
have no delusion in prices. We also l.ave som 20 odd
lots of wall paper to close out regardless of cost? Our stock
of liaLy Carriages and go-carts 19 full up.
We believe tbat we have THK lUiSl'STUX R AN(U
for the money that is so!J in Rich Hill.
W e also have the largest stock of cook stoves in town.
Our Stock of furniture, Hardware and
Undertaking Goods is Complete.
We buy largely of the manufacturers for spot rash, and
are enabled (and wili) j;ivc you vrry 'ts- prices.
To those who want House keeping Outfits we will make
Special Prices and Liberal Terms,
sniiDERson a ifiiLson
Hardware and Furniture Company.
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