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ANK! K. HI ( KCKf .
I Sing I Ceyiaa ..
rf acranllnt act e! Cminuta it
part ffi at k kh H III, tKxmi cll nn aum.
The Macedonian uprising haa re
ceived a setback from the vigoroni
Pnpo.i(ion of the European pow
ers. There ir one thingj that can be
said of March weather it is of
more different kinds than any other
The Wabash strike bas been set
tled and the men go back to work
with, a ii to IS per cent raise of
There was a big tight in the Dal
kins a few days sro and about a
thousand men killed. The Turks
and Bulgarians are both fighters.
The highest court in Germany
has decided that a master has the
tight to box the ears of his servant
pirl if he so desiree. hat a roar
there would be in the servants' hall
if that were done in this country.
Official investigation of gold
finds in the Tanaaa district of Alas
ka is said to have disclosed that the
region is richer in the precious ore
than the Klondike and the area in
eluded is greater. It is predicted
the cutout of EToid this vear will
- i r -
amount to $20,000,000.
Tne sultan of Turkey is one of
the very few managers to keep out
of trouble by keeping in debt. He
has lately borrowed another large
sum from European financiers, evi
dently with the idea that as long as
the other European nations are go
ing to see to it that nothing happens
We know of one or
very liberal landlords who
their farm tenants more as partners
in business than as employees, and
we notice that in each case the
landlord makes more money from
his farm than the old skinflints do
If you want your tenant to do well
by you and your farm, you do well
by the tenant.
After many protests against river
water and the holding ot indigna
tion meetings and some years ago,
the water company gave the people
well water. Objections to well
water were as numerous as were
those against river water and 'the
company has again gone back to
the latter. It is a difficult matter
to please everybody and as tbeu sp
ply from the river is an inexhaust
able one, it is not likely there will
be any more changes. River water
is aeain Dourinsr into the resevoirs
end dangers of a famine are past.
New Albany (Ind.) Tribune.
President Francis of the St
Louis exposition has completed his
European trip in the interest of the
big fair, and the press of the coun
try is very flattering in its endow
ment of the good woik he preform
t-d among the governments of Eii
rope. The big fair has created 1
vast amount cf interest acron the
water and practically every country
will be represented with important
exhibits. Even Spain, our late an
tigouist, has buiied the hatchet and
will meet us in a frendly commer
cial rivalry. The management of
the exposition made a wise move
when they sent David R. Francis
There aic fifteen U. S. senators
who are millionaiies, possessing in
the aggregate about $iiS,ooo,ooo,
while the wealth of each runs troin
$1,000,000 to $jo,ooo,ooo. A
New York special to the Cincinnati
Fiiquiter give the namea of this
"millionaire club" of the Senate at
follows: Nelson W.Aldrich, 15,000
000 i Russell A. Alger. $10,000-
000 Levi Ankney, I 10.000 ,000 5
Tho. R. Raid, $1,000,0005 Win.
A. Claifc, $15,000.0005 Chauncey
M. Dcpcw, $1,000,0001 John F.
Dndn), $j,ooo,oooj Stephen H.
Elkiok. $10,000,000; Marcus A.
1 Uinta, $ia,CKvoui J"'1" Kean,
f y'KHI.il'K) 1 Thou; Krn- S1,
Uvw.tvtnt RcT.-ld i'fUOi,$l:,ooi
cx; Mdihawb. Qay. ft.y,i
Nathan !. L'CoU. 00,000, Geo.
The Mississippi fllood aituntion
i giently improved.
Mis Alice Roosevelt b returned
from her visit to Porto Rico and
Champ Clatk it for Senator
Cockrcll for the next Democratic
candidate for president, and ay
he can be elected. Docs Champ
want him out cf the way for ena
President Ricsco, of Chili, who
is very sick, has placed the reins ol
government in the h.inds of Vice-
President Tucco until he recovers
sufficiently to assume the duties of
The Ruthvcn (la.) Appeal says:
The 'Old Man' (meaning the edi
tor) recently drank a pint of yeast
in mistake for butter milk. He
arose three hourj earlier nest morn
ing." Western Publisher.
L. A. Goodman, secretary of the
State Horticultural Society favors
us with a copy of the forty-fifth
annual report of that society. The
volume is full of information of
practical utility to our orchardists.
The wise farmer, if he has boys,
will not introduce any trotting blood
among his horses. A man can
raise tint class boys and draft hors
es togte her, but a i:fo troiter on
the faim has sent many a boy to
There is a f.reat gathering of
kings and queens in Little Den
mark this week. King Christian
is to have all his children there
with him. Nearly every royal
family in Europe is related to him
by blood or marriage.
President Roosevelt is on his
Western trip meeting with enthusi
astic receptions everywhere. His
utterances on public questions are
received with marked approval.
Evidently the people are with him
whether the pipelaying politicians
are or not.
Heard in a barber shop: ''If you
had aliuggy top," a man asked a
tonsorial professor, ''what would
you do with it?" "I would put it
on a buggy," the barber replied.
'I wouldn't," the other man said,
I would use a fine tooth comb."
Curtain. Western Publisher.
Governor Dockery has approved
the law in relation to the Marias
des Cygnes river. Now let the
good work of regulating that stream
be begun at once. Talk is good
enough for purposes of agitation,
but manual labor with money to
pay for it, only counts in doing
We have several inquiries as to
when and how to sow alfalfa for
Iowa and Missouri. Select good
land, well drained, and sow with
out nurse crop the fore part of May
twenty pounds of seed to the acre.
Run mower over the field when
first blossems appear; mow again
about five weeks later, and let the
third crop remain oil the land for
the winter as a cover crop. What
wi!l come of it the next year will
depend on whether the soil condi
tions are favorable to its growth.
Live Stock Indicator.
in? will It take tne nun 10 11.1
if he doea licit Hop the Irak t
To attempt to tiounh the body when tlie
lOUlitll II (lift-
eavrd ia like try.
lug to fill the
sack with the
hole in it. VA'hru
the atomach and
aul nutritive or
gans arc di
caacd, inert ts a
constant Iom of
Ejiouh i eatm
hut the body
proof that the
food eaten ia
trcau.ie tt ia not
diacawe of Hie
other orgaoa ot
to tha leak a
by which uutri
Uon ia loat, and
buiUtiug up of the body by the nutri
tion derived front food. The gam in
weight prove the curt.
Thr ytnrn sfo I m takes with what
the d.K-."f cP-d ecrvuina and indi(rttMi.
otra Mia. Vt'artca 1'aiLrr.uJ Oiaup rrtrrtH,
Nattlwirl, Maaa. -He CMvr " UJ'tlkluc l
tha tiuutttr. I,ut I rutild ma aal n a till la t-4
w oaiiural wiitiout auft-'.ug aeva.rly. la a U-w
lMttlUa I brKa la h.vt LaLtealua ualiianaht
M. Mia) ila
la tha f,a of u,y aio.ua. h. I c-Htd ttta d.t,ar
agaku ld !r a-L.i 1 had ralailto ol aiuoiaih,
Java mM:( ltc tx.d It did a4 do any a,it.
Uaa s .4Ma lu Oirr auunllia. 1 thru ifiuft.
amc4 taking 1 fit na a air'lu tnaa au't ao, -o
b-f u la ll l-iia. I ta Uitn aia Unite. t
' t.u't.a Maoaal IKatuiy.' U if au,Uf
f'irMit;.ll,N aai a,s Vbaia uf IM I kcuaa t'rl
I faa .iaii Up tsii4ila Laa cat ehciy
IJr. I'ic;tt' f'eMD, rdlttf cut cott-
Our Canadian neighbor arc in a
hitter political fight over a c'nance
of boundaries for election liMricl.
The libet al, who happen to be in
power, have nc'ucJ the opportunity
to strengthen ttieimelvra in a reditu
trictinjj scheme. The conservative
opppoae it bitterlly. Yrily, hu
man nature i the name, world
Since President Roosevelt's '
speech at Chicago on the Monroe
Doctrine, the German press seems
to have changed its tone. One of
the leading papers in commenting
on the peech has this to sayt
"No logical objections can be rais
ed to the doctrine. It is for North
America a matter of national senti
ment and national business, and
any attack on it from this side of the
ocean would be mere tiltir.g -at
windmilta. Since France's luckless
adventure in Mexico there has been
no instance of an attempt to upset
the doctrine during the last hundred
years. On the contrary, European
possessions on the American hemisphere-have
been steadily dwindling
by revolution and sale.
Admiral Dewey made some criti
cisms on the German navy that got
into print. President Roosevelt's
attention was called to it by the
German Embassy, which caused
the President to ask the Admiral
about it. Dewey said it was true
he made the criticism, and we infer
he suggested that his remarks were
no more offensive than the German
Admiral Pluddcmann's remarks to
the effect that Dewey's feat, ''so
called," at Manilla might have been
undertaken by any junior otlicer,
there being neither courage nor
strategy in it, but probably an un
derstanding with the enemy.' It
was intimated from Washington
that in case Dewey's punishment
was demanded the United States
government might be moved to ask
an explanatian of the German Ad
miral's remarks. When this view
of the matter was suggested to the
Kaiser he was moved to make light
of the whole matter and was glad
to drop the subject." So the inci
dent closed at once.
Tariff Stands Aloue.
"One point we must steadily
keep in mind: The question of tar
iff revision, speaking v broadly,
stands wholly apart from the ques
tion of dealing with the trusts. No
change in tariff duties can have any
substantial effect in solving the so-
called trust problem. Certain
great trusts or great corporations
are wholly unaffected by the tariff.
Practically all the others that are of
any importance have as a matter of
fact numbers of smaller American
competitors; and of course a
change in the tariff which would
work injury to the large corpora
tion would work not merely injury
but destruction to its smaller com
petitors; and equally of course
such a change would mean disaster
to all the wageworkers connected
with cither the large or the smal
corporations." Theodore Roose
Abating a Nulaance of Travel.
A circular recently issued by the
New Voik Cenirat railway requires
the employees in charge of trains
and stations to suppress as far as
potkible the noites at the various
stations during the night hours. It
is lather lingular that no systematic
effort has hitherto been made to
Ictkfii one of the mott dikagieeable
and anno)iug things about night
travel. Krjrd!t of the rigths of
iiil.t tiatclcrt, the 0erators of
switch engines, the bargemen, the
oilt-it, the condiictois and the
biakemtn have been permitted to
make a veritable din at every stop.
Niue-tendis of this noie is wholly
Anything like reitlul sleep while
traveling ikhard enough for most
people to get under favorable con
ditions, and it is a poilive nuis
ance to be awakened balf a doaen
times during the uight by needlekS
It it to be hoped that other lines
will follow the example of the New
Voik Central in doing away with
supeittuous ktation coites. It it
not a matter ol additional outlay,
but meiely one of management and
WITH eOOTMlfcO, B&LMY Oltt.
KvUk sm0 awl K:m fwm. tstmm wVrtta
t rm a w r . 1 - - m w , a . . . I
Order of Publication,
static or MiNNomi,
In Circuit Court of Ilntc
county, MIhou!-I, In vn
cnllon, April Dili, l'.na
Clam Umry, rintntlff,
J union Miirklit n ml tlio unknown
helra of John (J. Weddle, tier-caned,
Now nt thla ilny come
I'lalutlffby lier nttorneya. Temple-
ton & Huh, nud file lier petition.
which among other thing, nlleirea
that tho iVMidttnt. Jfiiurt) Mnckl, la
a nonrvaldrnt of the Mtnte of Mis
souri, nml tlmt tho other defendant.
thmnknown lielrn of John (J. AVcd
dl docenwd, nrtt unknown toher,
tlif plaintiff, and that the ordinary
prwpiw of law cannot tt nerved up
on the aald defeudnnta or nny of
thorn; It U therefore ordered by the
(Tork that publication 1? niuile, no
tifying the Haiti de fendant that an
action has Uvn commenced nKninxt
them, by ititlon. In the Circuit
Court of Bates County, Mlwiouri, the
object and jreneral nature of which
action In to obtain a decree from the
anld court, nmler the provllona of
Section Number !.Vt uf the HevlHt-d
Statutes of ls;,of MlnMouii, conftrin
ln In 5lalntiff the title to the follow
Ing named and dcHcrlUHl lands, Ivlnd
lclngantl nituate lu the county of
Itateaand State of MUwouri, to-wlt:
The eaHt five acre of the nort Invest
quarter of tho aouthtvent quarter of
Section Six of Township thirtlit-lcht
and llnnp thirty, and that tho
record title to anld lamNU K-rfectl
lu idulntitf nud that all rlht. title
and Interest of the defendnntH.it anj .
and all clalniH thento lx --forever
Plaintiff alleging, among other
thing, that John it. WeUillo U now
duccaed, that lalntlfl lielleves that
thero arc ernoua Interested iu the
aald lands an helraor tlevlxeeH of huII
tkwtiKetl John O. Wctldle, r aa
claiming, liy, through, or under Iilin
or them; that plaintiff cannot detig
nate the Interest that anid unknown
heirs bare or t lalin In futld land, if
any, nor can nhe give the name of
said belrs an she haa no knowledge
or Information thereof, wild jK'titlon
being duly verified by affidavit:
That uulowt the twiid ilefeudautH lie
and apMar at this court at tlie oext
term thereof, to I largun and holden
at the Court Houne, in the city of
Butler, In the ttald county, on the
9th day of June next, or on or In-fore
the lat day of the wtld term and
lead to the l'tltlon In eald cnune.
the same will lie taken a confeawetl,
and Judgment lie rvnderetl accord
ingly. Aud be It further ordered that a
cojiy hereof tie jiubllHlied, accord In k
to law. In Tint Kim Hu t. Twin su.a
weekly newnpajHr printed and ulv
llHhecl In itatett county. Mo., for four
week Ktim-HMvely, tlie lant liiax-rtlon
to N1 nt leimt thirty daj a tefore the
next term of the circuit court.
J. A. I'ATTKHHON,
A true copy of the record.
w itneam my nana ami tne
Heal of the Circuit Court
of ItatcM count v, thht
tltli of April. l:t.
J. A. l.TTrHKON,
Bv. C. M. BsKkLKV, D. C.
ORDIR Of PLBLICA1I0N.
STATK OI-" MISSOURI,
(X)INTY OS" UATKlt. 1
lu the tlrcult Court of Iatt
County, Mhwouri, lu Vaca
tion Ajirll 2d. liXW.
Katk Lmuuck, I'lalutlrf
Wh.i.iam II, KMiutkic, IvUudant.
Now at thin day come the plain
tiff herein by her attorney. Tcniple
ton&ilaiea, aud file) her ltctitloti
and afflilnvlt, alleging among other
thing, that lVfetidnnt William II.
Kmbree i ucit a realdeut of the State
H'Uercuutiu It la onlered by the
clerk that antil llt felidunt be liotllietl
by publication that plaintiff baa
i'oiuiiicum a ault HgitliiHt hm in
thU court, the object nud general
nature of which la to procure a tit
voire from the dctetidnut, and have
the bond of matrimony dUaolvccl.
on the ground of dt-Ht-rtlon for the
apaee of more than one year U-fore
thi couiiiit-nceineiit of tlila action,
and that liuU-Mi the Hald defeudaiit
Im and appear at thU court, at the
uext term thereof, to Uf Ix guiiand
hohlcii at the court liounc, In the city
of I'.utler, In aald county, on the 91 h
day of June next, on or before the
laat day of said Una. aimtvcr or
plead to the itctlttou In wild rauae,
the aaiue v ill lm takeu a confetwetl,
ami Judgment will l rendered uc
And l It further ordered that a
ropy jjereol lie publlnhed, aiirtllng
to law, In TMIt U H llil.l. Tloni Nf-,
a weekly newapaiM-r printed and
publlahed 1.1 IWitea county, Mo , for
four weeks atict't-atHlvely, tin' at n:
ertlon to I) at leant thirty dya
U-tore tla- flntt day of the next term
of tUeClrcuttCoui t.
J. A. raTTk-iiHox,
A true copy ot Circuit CU-rk.
WltiMtM my bund ami
l the ta-al of the Circuit
MK1- Court of Unte c.tuiity,
tlila 1 day of April.luta
J. A. l'T1 S.UHON,
ty C. M. 15hm.isv tin ult( lerk.
Special one svty colonial rates to
California, on sal via ihr M. f. I'.
Ry., feb. I J to June j 5. rate i;yoo
to San fraiuiavP, Los Ai'Ktlua and
intermediate DointS.R. A. U Alt.-
Tlio I'rUi'O t 111 nmkti imtIhI rule
011 fiiri'H to tht follow Inn: Iiiiit An
into. Cnl., Miiy H Mndl (inot,
Mobile mid New Orlcmi. l'vt. IviU.
llouumrler one wy ivnd round trip
to vnrloiiH point on tin drat nti,l
third Tuemla.va In enrh month niiltl
April .tilth, for full purtloiilnr aee
I'.. T. I.Alt.lii;ll ui:.
afV. lava r-latlr I. ack l'tlat Bf
IHMlmltRt KSI.I.MII In Ik -a and
t4ld ntri,a bul-a. aaai.1 allh blua r,tnui.
1 aka aa acaaa. Mnaaa a)aaaa aaikiatt.
aiktaiaMi aiMd taa tt , )..,. hn i vtair lin.Kvi,
or aand 4a. In ata,n tur lmri Ira ln, Tm.1.
ajaamtala n4 -Hvllrf nar Ual,,"hw
by raMral VatL. la.M IvauoMMUaia. toakd hf
c-HicnaaTa CHBMioai, co.
SIM aiadkaaua aaarf. FUILA rSV.
Haailaaa lata lalli
In the Soutii.
No iHtrtitui of the United
Statea hiv made greater pro
gn'Ma In the laat year or two
than the South. Northern
and foreign capita! U rapidly
invading that Kectlon, finding
profitable Investment In the
vnrloua liidiintr!ennnd far tor
tin that are laving develojH-d
and built. The great Influx
of Hcttlera 1h creating nil In
creased demand for landa of
all kind and price are grad
ually advancing. a they will
for yearn to come. Work ia
plentiful and poverty practi
cally unknown. Alabama U
(supplying cAnl and Iron to nil
the world. More mouey can
lie made and t 1th lea labor
in the ruining of Miinll frnlta
and bcrrie ami in truck
patching on the Uulf Coast
than In nny othcratateln the
Union. Strawberr:.- from
Alabauin reach northern n:ir
keta lief ore thotte from the
rttnte) in the aoutheaat. Cat
tle cau lie ra led with great
profit, there being mlllloua of
acn-ai of cheap range land.
If you are intcrettted in the
aoutli and it reMourceti nud
dtwire Information on any
G. A. PARK.
Oaaaral lodaatrlat aad 1 aawat
Loui$ti!l3 & Nasbfilli R. R.
A Mafcrn Pallwar tuna, Tra! tfaa
Skata an.l 1Vrriujna Of
TtMAM AMO THg
R!um1 ratt In cSnrt all lha ?ar M
TlMt k'ri,o Stalala i-faa aida-aratltnilad.
IrrtrM- lii,uttl tratiia. A il tJ -.ra tt4 .Itnii
aalla ufMt-r O.a tnanaaratatit vS f ra4 llarvajr.
l io-a ol Uama ak
KICM MILL. MIWUIHI,
1 I'ak r.
KHiiaaatlty Mall nml V.x-
'ft - tS:i." iu 111.
Tcx'tM. ikliilioiiui & Mem-
l'lil, Mnll nud Kipni. Cut) p. 111.
Curium Outer 4 l." 11. m,
A Ituiv :m.
Kiiiihmm tlty alnll Hiul V.x-
pn-t t. '.' p. 111.
TexitH. 1 iklitlitiiiiii nml Mem-
plilH, Mull 11 nd Kxivmi l VI n. hi.
riirlmii tVllter .'1 10 p. 111.
Fur tletnltetl luforitKit loll In rt'Kitnl
to tritln nerv let, rutt'M, etc., apply to
K. T. Lnltiirrit-re, ,h-hI ueiit. or
Jia. liiiiiitlnie. A, i. 1'. A.. Kauana
St. Louis & Ilorth
t'ouuecta at bollguiao with tba rU
LoulaaDd Han Kranclaoo. Naw tltut
card In e-ITaot Sunday .June. Ss, l'NC '
No.l L . Kurk Hpga. 6:50a. tu.
Ar, Halltftuati 6:40 a. ni.
No. S L".Hallfnian 7:10 a. tu.
' Ar. Kuroka Hplnya 8:07 a. m.
No, A Lv. Kuiaka aplnjrs 5 Vi p. nt.
Ar. Haliaoiau. ii;t(i p. m.
No. 8 Lt. Hllfruan 7:16 p. ru.
Ar. r'uraka Hpritifs H:02 p. tu.
No. 7 L. Kureka Hrln 8 .V) p. ia.
Ar. Halljriuau 8..i p. ui.
No. S Lv. Malltfiuau W W p. tu.
Ar. Kurka Hpriujra 10.47 p. m.
Cutiuautlou Hutu Rlob Hill. Mo, 1
mad wiib tha Krlaoo via tlia Taclflc
at t'artliaxa, or via tlia MaiupLiia alj
Nlebola Juuctloii. j
A liauilaouia iiaar TampUM tiutda!
to Kurka Hprlnxa aa a Haallu Itaaori !
baa trail laaj,t, Willi lit taaulKul
tlluairatUjua, A 'py aant fra to auy
adtiraa. Ad.fraat all lixjulrlaa autl
ordara to Uao, Waal, Mauaatr Kureka
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The immense trade that we have been having this
spring proves that our goods and prices are popular.
We call special attention to the Derre Ede Drop
and the Dradley Corn l'lantere, llisc. Kidmg and
Walliirnr Cultivators, High Liie Nuikev Flows, etc.,
which you should see before making your purchases.
We have a full line of bl'u'crator.. jc Chest.
Gasoline and Oil Stoves at
See us. We will please
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SI'i: IAL tmrnaliw in Cur
titllla) tiftereil to every
litniHew Ife. We Iihvv
m an lied tlie factorli it ot the
vt ttrld, mill Ikivm (ttlienil u
collei'tiiin l,l(li U utiNtir
piiHw.1 In utli iiallty mid
i-Imii. "Wo tifttf n Kn-Hter
iiuiuImt for ii(r mlectliiii
t Imll Clin In lolllld lillti-l.timt
tlm l(irt-t w liil-tili lmue
In tl.i world, nud nt liU
M.Vi:l I'lllCKM. Kvery
WtiniHU Mlmtukea A pride
III her h Inilmv il-ciratoita
run n vitll Ik rw If of tlila
apleii.11,1 t'pportuulty by
writing fur our cntiiloKiiti
Wliii ll llliiDtrntea eu ll tle
lu. klvliiu leuiftli, t tilth,
prliv, net tllM'iiuiit, etc. Not
only tin we offer you an tin
liii'iiM line to M-Ut t from,
tint wa hhv you Money on
every p!r pur. lii.tM-,1. Wrlti
fur rnttlouuu to
Home Outfitting Co.,
l , a. 114 taa iura at.,
t HICt,o, ILL.
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. I.nl.v or m iiili-niuii t liuiiw,,. ,,'r
liUllieM III tlila t'odtlty (t 111 ,IJ.,U.
In;? t. nlti.r.v. Our li.iute U wi !hii,
titvornlilv kiiutt ii.
r-iOOt htralKht t'uali hrtlarj
and ull J apenaea pul.t
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