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Enmcd cronllti to itw act ol ConT,i tlw
poM off.ct at Kith Hill, iwcond taatt aaoHat
Iteputillcnn Convention I)sts.
Slate convention, St. Joseph, Jul.
Judicial convention Jefferson
City, Aug. 15.
iemooratlc Convention Dates.
Democratic national convention,
Si. Louis, July, 6.
Democratic state judicial conven
tion St. Joe June 21.
Democratic delegate convention,
Joplin, June 29.
Democratic state convention, Jef
ferson City, July 19.
There are indications that the
Monnon apostles are looking to the
United btate wnate committee on
privileges and elections for their
Justice brewer, of the U. S. Su
preme court, siys that many of our
civic ills are due to the fact that we
have mure political rights than we
know what to do with.
LM A. li.nnhart, florist and a re
publican, t was elected mayor of
Clinton at the late spring election.
We reckon every republican in the
city now wears a button hole bo
juet. Our Cas county neighbors voted
down the proposition to compromise
the outstanding bonded indebtedness
of the county, by a vote of 1361
ngaiint to 709 in favor of the meas
ure. It seems that some years "go
Cass county voted a compromise of
this indebtedness which was accept
ed by a large portion of the creditors
. and this is now in thape for settle
ment and is being paid according to
agreement, but some of the bond
holders saw lit net to accept that
compromise and now come forward
proposing another at an advanced
rate. The people have just voted
down tne proposition. If these
bond holders don't agTee to the com
promise that was acceptable to the
other bond holders let them take the
tonseiueuce. The people are
riht Now stick to it.
The Hepubhcan party in Missou
lican certainly congratulate itself
that this year they have four men
Walbridge, McKinley, liothwell
Norton! as candidates lor the nom
ination for governor who are super
ior to any mau the Democracy can
trot out. The nomination of cither
of these men will be a credit to the
party, and if elected, either of them
will prove himself an excellent gov
ernor of whom the state will be
proud. The public life and private
thaiacter ol each of them can not
I e tuccesfu!ly assailed and there
fuie can put the putty on the aggt-i.
sivc. Thry are each am! all of
tli tin men of education, business ab
ility and successful attainments in
lilc. Each one of them has his pe
culiaily ktioiif points as a candi
date to win.
Senator John C. McKtuley, of
Putnam county, is a candidate for
the Republican nomination for gov
ernor, ami will make an ideal can
didate. He is from the n;nh pait
of thu state iu the agricultural dis
trict where gooJ men grow. He
has had experience as a legislator
which will stand him well in hand
in dealing with the lobby, lie is a
man of lii mness, honesty integrity
and ability. And a native of Mis
aouti. If nominated he will be el
ected and make as good a governor
us the slate ever had. W e 01c glad
to set! liis fiiends so earnest in his
tihalf an. I assure tlirui that if he
is nominated the TjULixk will be
a! way ready to assist iu bit ciec-
There is one bit of deception our
Democratic excluin'jrs aie continu
ally Imping on Unit is an astonish
nient to any limn that knows better.
And that is the statement that the
slate of Missouri is out of debt. They
cettainly know such a statement is
fnle when they make it. The stale
owes the school fund nearly $5,000
000 and at the lust slide election Itie
three stale board ridden cities, St.
Louis Kansas City and St. Joseph
made this debt n perpetual thing by
a constitutional amendment to that
effect. And also fixed perpetual
tax of thiee cents on the hundred
dollars to pay the interest of this
perpetual debt. So that we have a
perpetual debt and a perpetual cax
to pay the interest for all time to
come fastened on the people by the
vote of the Democratic party in the
cities above named. In the name
of common honesty why don't these
papers tell the truth about the facts
in the case or say nothing.
im you kveii?
Dear reader, just listen at this
"An amusing incident took place
here last week. One of our bank
ers remaiked to V. O. Jackson, I
notice that W. O. Atkeson is writ
ing for Folk in tin Duller Times.
V. O. squinted and winced, the
banker turned and taking up the pa
per, said; Oh! the printer has
made an ciror, set in V. O. Jack
sou. ly this time Billy O. had
flown. He was seen on his way to
the depot looking as if he had bur
ied his best ft iend, nothing has cut
him as deep, it may cause him to re
lire from politics."
"Judge V. V. Graves of Butler
is still talking for the Kansas City
Star. Yes, folly wants a cracker 1
The Judge may m ike as conspicu
ous a mark in this deal, as he did in
Dave Francis gold-bug convention
in 1S96. That has rather haunted
the Judge, been his nibs' Nemesis
And also this.
"Where would DeArmond and
his connections, Judge Graves and
the long list of beneliciaries of the
democratic organization be, if Mis
souri was turned over to republican
There can be but one result, out
come of the present situation if the
Folk craze prevails. It was a well
devised scheme of the Republicans,
they could never do in open battle,
but to enlist the political preachers,
as they tried to unhorse Stone under
the auspices of the A. 1. A. but
Did you ever? No you never.
If you had seen these paragraphs in
the TniBCNE you would have
thought Ihe editor had something
agin'these gentlemen and called him
a radical prevaricator, and let it go
at that. Hut you never read any
thing like it in the TiurtfNS before
and the Tuiiiune don't say these
things now but quotes from that
sterling, never-giow-weai y Demo
cratic organ, IhcKich Hill Western
Like the running brook, the
red blood that flows through
the veins has to cornc from
The springs of red blood are
found in the soft core of the
Umch called the marrow and
soire .say red blood also comes
froi.i the spken. Healthy bone
mnrn.w and healthy spleen
".re full of fat.
Scott's I'rr.ulsion makes new
!.!.wt 1,.. r..i: i . 1
.Leuujjj mc Done
1. 1.11 -row and the tpleCn with
the ri.htst of all fats, the pure
cod liver oil.
I "or pale school irls and
invalids and for all whose
blood is thin and pale, Scott's
Kmulsion is a pleasant and rich
blood food. It not only feeds
the Llood -maktnjj organs but
t:ives them tttcii-tli tu do
their proper .vork.
.! ( . f iitt; Aumui-J.
hVorr to-.:;., ;u-iulai..
How Women ln tlirlr Political
rowers, ' '
The citizens ol Howling Green,
Kentucky, are agitating the ij.ies
tion of pure water. The commit
tee in charge of t ho matter has ie
ceivrd the following communica
tion from Joseph II. Kider, an au
thority on filtration, water purifi
cation and sewerage:
"I am glad to bear of your city
that another municipality it about
to be added to the list of those
forced to consider that all impor
tant public question, pure water,
through the energy of her promi
nent women- The city of Phila
delphia, through the New Century
woman's club in 1S95. was forced
to take action in this matter. In
fact, I am sorry to confess, that it
is the energy of the women in ma
ny places where I have been in
dentified with public questions,
that stirred the men with the votes
to action." 1
Mr. Rider's testimony confirms
that of the states where women
are endowed with the ballot. This
testimony is to the died that
wherever women concern them
selves with affairs of government,
their aim is always the public
As Ellis Meredith, a Colorado
woman, said at the last National
Suffrage convention, when men
go into politics their aim is to get
as1 much as possible out of it, but
woman's aim is to put as much as
possible into it. She puts into it
her knowlege, of sanitary science,
her interest in the public beahti,
Iit love for beautiful and health
ful surroundings, and above all,
her love for children and home. It
is owing to woman's direct influ
ence on politics, that Colorado is
ahead of all her sister states in
laws that concern the welfare of
the child. Two-thirds of woman's
political work has been for the
As for pure water and all other
things relating to cleanliness and
health, the most conservative wo
man ought to feel that those are
within her sphere. They concern
her as a housekeeper, a home-
j maker and a mother, and it is her
duty to interest licrsell in them
whether she has the ballot or not.
They are public questions, it is
true, but they concern the home
far more than the question of,
"what shall we have for dinner?"
or "how many tucks shall I put in
baby's new gown?"
Lida Calvert Obcnchain,
Rowling Green, Ky.
Basis of Representation for Re
publican State and Judicial
The- otllelal call for the llcpuMieuu
atnte iioiuliintliiK hikI Judicial inn
velltlou hio Nm prepared l.y , !'
Shrim-r. Mccretury of Hit otatc com
iulttv. Thf luioM of rcpreHcntnliou
win fixed 011 the vote for IIIuIkv tor
Jude of tin- Miiptvim eourl In
mid not on the I') I lory vote, tut
wan contemplated In thi ln-.tnu tl.iii
of the at ate colinutltiv. Thin action
waa taken to litKiirv iiK'iliixt a roll,
tron-ray In the mutter of the nppll
cation of the St. LouU primary el.r
The nominating eotiventlon Mill
have "li-'i (lch'KUti'M, 11 I lean t hull tlwtv
would have laicll liuil the I'hu-y li.l
U Invii lined, while the Judlelul con
vention will huve only -Us. St, J,ou
U will Imve but vot-n lu the St. Jo
fc'ph eouventiou mid M In the one ut
JettVrttoii tt.v. Kuiiniim City will
have li nii.l I'ti rvxpeetlvely.
Following 1m the otllelul cull:
' K rutn.ir.v Static I'o.nv kstiu.sm
Stutv lioiiilnutluir eonveiit Ion. St.
Joseph, July 17, l!H); tttuU. Ju.l'n lid
convention, Jertrritoii (ily, Septem
"At H liifetlti;; of thu ltepulilh:uu
nUite eoitiinltt(M of MUnourl, hehl ut
the Coutc Iioumu, Kuiihu4 City, Mo.,
oil Hurt h I'l. l',K). it resolution wiim
udopted liixtruelliiK the hulruuili
mid m-eretiiry to lxne u eull iroVld
IsiK for 11 Htute nominating eonveii
tioii to 1' held ut St. Jimepll, Mo.,
on July 1'7. 1'.H. t 10 o'elink . 111.,
aud 11 Uo the tiite judicial eouven
tiou to In- held at JenVmouVlfy, Mo
Septeiulier l", 1'Jul, ut 10o'elok a. 111
Oi ii.iai. C'ai.i. I'ou Tmic lll l Till 1-
O S'I'A'l K No VI IN ATI NO AMI
Ji 'nntvi. C'i.w :n I ioh.
".V uVteK'iti' eoiiveutlon tif the He
nublicuu eh t tor of MUourl la here
by railed to meet at Sf. ,toxi'ii. Mo. j
Ill.t I."', Ill Of O I I h II, III,, llll I
the pin ium' of lioiiilnutliiK lteMilill!
ran ennilldiit: for thu follow Itni 1
(.lata olllcem, to Im voted forntthi
Keneri.l Noveinher election, l!M, 1 - j
wit: Uoverior, lleutoiinut Konernor'
weretary ut ntuto, utate tn-iiHiirer,
wlato auditor, attorney jjenrral, one!
(11 rallroud and wain liouMeeouiiulM. I
utoiier, two'nM elm toix at birge, und
ratify th election of one elerlor
nominated by the Itcpulilli-nuM of,
em li ro'iKn'MMloual Olxtrlet of the
Htnt: nnd alio to noinlnite and
eleet 11 chairman of the lieiiublleau
Htato eommlttei" and 11 member nt
larirv thereof, and ratify the elittlon j
of t wo (2) inemlHTu from each eon. j
Kn'NHlonal illHtrlct, and the trimmer-!
tlou of (tueli other huxluee n limy
projHTly conic Itcfoiv Hiild conven
tion. "The IiunIh of rfirventatlou of the)
tate iioiuhiat line convention totef
hehl at St, Joseph, Mo., July 17, !KI j
nhall l; one (1 delegate for every j
tlmv hundred CltHM voten orfraetioti
of one hundred und fifty (l.vi) and
over euitt for IMvvnrd II!1h-' for Rii-;
prvnie Judv of MisKouri at the No-i
vemlier general election In I'. hi.
"Aliio n delegate convention ifj
ilepiililicau i'W'toni of Missouri, to)
le knuvvu a tate judicial conven
tion,' In hereby called to meet at
JeuVrwoii City, Mo., SeptemtnT l.',
1:niI, nt-lo'11. in. for the purpow of
iioinhmtinjt Kepublicnu eaiididateM
for the following tute ollleen to be
voted upon at. the NoveiuUr elc
'line (1) judgu of the tiupreme
court of the state of Mlnnourl, one
(1) Judge of the St. Louid court of
npiwalu eiiMtern dlntrlet nml aim
ous lj judge of the KniiHun City
court of npiH-alH western dUtrict
and for the trauaetUu of mu ll oth
er bninct9i a may come properly
ludore unld convention.
"The ha.is of representation of the
said utate judicial convention to W
held at Jefierxou City, Mo., Septvin
ber i:K4, ohnll Ik one (1) delegate
forevery five hundred t"i) voti or
traction of two hundred and fifty
aud overciut(or Kdwurd HIk -
Ih.i; for supreme Jnde of MUsourl ut
tlw NovenilKT el'Ttlou. r.H.
"The cititu of Si. Ko'.iU nnd Kim-!
(Ity fduill elect tlieir de.-(;iiten to j
each of tuilJ conventloim mimed ,
nliove from the vnrlou wnnU of
mild c It kn n delejfiiteH dinx-tly to
unld convention. The delegate from
mild citlen nlmll ! elected purHU.'iut
to the prlnmry elt:llou hivva nnd tin
il.T the min r l-l.iii of the city coin-lilitt-eH
of unld cltleH. reHt tlvely .
"Knelt county mid wnrd In cities
of St. Ioulit mid KntiMiia ( Ily .liull
lie ejitittiil to t lenwt one deleKiitej
lo enell ol i lie nlinvi" iwiinevl con-,
"The Cepnltlicnn county conuiiit-!
Uw nre hcrvliy tlint -ted on the i.ui'
of tills cull to euu coiivetitioiia ti '
Kelecl deleijllleM for the otnte liuyil.
Kiting eouventiou, held ut St. Jo-.
eph, July J7, to meet prior lo
July !, -Ivln not I.bm thnn
twenty C-",H dny" iiotlie thereof, und
iiny failure i to m t nlwill In. nny
county wo fiiilln. nutlinrle the IU
puliliruiiH of unld county to niift In
iiwimm convention on Saturday. July
!, l'.4, at the court hoilM of kiiI.1
coiinly t 10 o'llix k n in, to nclcvt
Hiii li di'l'ute to vhl-li unld county
U entltll; and In failure of county
eomnilittn to Inwue rt'CMll for the
elii tlon ot deleati'M to nahl Vtnte'
Judicial coinentli.il." the II. -put. li
mn iu Kill. I vxiutli a to falling niv
nuthorlted to uni t iu ma couveti
lioti on Saturday, Atixunt ."7, I'.mt.nt
I he courtlioumt of aid eoiiutie nt
10 o'clock ii. in., to m in t am li del
KatMi to which mild county I en
titled. "The KepuHlcun elect oi-n of the
xtate and all other eliH'tnm, u Ithout
tVK'ird to pant n IDIIal Ioiik, w ho en
dorse the prluclpt.it of the llipul. Il
ea u party and deain u coutliniatiee
of the Hepulilleiill pollrlea III Kovet'li'
mental u ft a Ira are Invited to unite
lllidi-r thU call In the M-hstloii of
di-leatt a to em li of tlteahove lianii d
The iiiilitli- of 111.- litli Coiiuivn.
aloual I MM i li t and Veruoti Cuiiutv
will hme the folloivlu riuuitH r of
Vol. -a State Jndlrlal.
Ha tn. '.'.Hit s
hade, . lm
Henry, 1' i"l 7
St. l lair, l.'.Ht ."
ernoii, 1,71.' ii
Tlllll. J. AklNK.
( Ii ji 1 r in ii li Kepiililli-an State torn.
A. K. Suiiimck, tin-tary.
A cutiini; tctapc, at Richatd.
Sundiiv may result in" the ilc ith of
Ch.n. Kulltr who wav it cicly ut
bed by one Omtt Smith. Smith
woi arrekted Sunday night and la
ken to jail t Nevada, and ou Mini,
Jjy the proHcctittii); atturuey tiled
inforiiiuti.ji) j;itiniit liii'l (or attault
with intent lo kill, if Holler diet the
infoiinutiuil will be chanced to muj
ikr dud the accuxvd tried at tlie May
tenu oUlie Vernon county ciicuit
may look liko ours but thoy don't
tasto liko them. That is why wo
insist on your trading at our store.
Wo carry a fresh, clean stock and
tho prices aro right.
Wo guarantee overy sack of,
Pleasanton Flour. It is the best
We have Bran, Shorts, Corn
Chops, Mixed Feed, Corn and Hay.
Our stock of Groceries, Queens
ware, Flour, Feed and Seeds is
Don't forget the L O. L. P.
Successors to A. B. HOLLOWAY.
AMERICA!! FIELD AND HOG FENCE
T PI. T
SU)t la la. mt 61a. apart
Made cf brge, strong, high grade steel wires, heavily galvanised".
Amply provides for expansion and contraction. lt frart iciMv v,r.
j lasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how Rreat a strain is put on it.
, Does not mutilate, but doe, ciikicntly, turn cattle, horses, bogs
1 and pigs,
EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED
by the manufacturers nd by us. Call anj see it. Can show you how
it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced,
KCKP IN MINO THAT OUR STOCK OP HARDWARE AND IMPL
MINTS IS COMPIKTE AND PRICKS THK LOWEST
RICH HILL. -
If You're Going to PAINT
'It'n up to you-' to ue our "I'AMOl'S IIAM
SIAU BKANO" at 1. i-r gallon. IC fuiiy
eijiial to mid ItiiliH letlT than paint jo i .iv $l..'.u
to 1 il'. for, In fact. It' Sl.tki paint for I I "J.Y
It'a lully nuanuitM'd timl you will make u Li mUtake
If you don't wo n h U-forv you liny. We fdo wil
HKNOL'itH floor nud porch paint. They'rv ttlrilit to.
Williamson & Montgomery.
GET A HOME ID THE NORTHWEST.
Low One-way Settler Rates to tha
Northwest and California
I roui Mnreli ll to April :HHli, l:fl.
the UurlhiKtoii makea very low oin
vay (i..iilt ralea to Montana,
Wnhliitoii, On-Bull, Idaho, t'all
fornl.'i. The reilnctlon la from i.'.'ito
i lu er ii'iit from the regular rate.
Ihe Way To Go.
"The lliirlliiKtou Northern Pacific
i;prei." with chair car mid Tour
Ut is'K r, la tli- cri'at dally thro'
train Into the Nortltweat V hi lllll
Ititfa, Motitaiin. Through rntea and
tlcketa iilmi to the North vil via
St. Paul and tlieiireat Northern and
Northern I'ai Hlr roada. 1
Join the Iturlluutou'a H-raonally
conducted wi-ekly Cullforula excur
xlona In through TimrUt ificr via
la-nver, through Heeule i'oorali
and Salt like t'tty by daylight.
on the Hint and third Tueadays of
W rile for ra tea, route, train wr
vlce, foldera, Urtlia and other lu
formatioii. L. J. BR1CKER, l.W. WAKELKY
1. r. A.l M.iaSt., lita'l hu. Afl
un,-U i Sr. Imu,, Mo
P. C. SHARON.
. W. r. A., 1. 1 Uia Su
Kahui, C.ly Ma
Dont forget to read every advrr
lineinent in Ihe iue o( the Tri
m m lli'n wetdt so you will know
where to find the bent baig.iii). The
ndvettiter Imi them (or ycu anJ he
wants you to know it.
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j Fix. X- .
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If "M-Ttii-'nii TBriimr III! i,.
Sfwctel nr, Hotm sod Catita St) la
SUj i j I. t ia. apart
The March Umi ot (lie C.imim)
t'oi'Mliv. lMUi d l.y tl;i I'liwiijjrr
la-purtliielil of the M . K. A T. Ilv,
St. ,o(iU, clim a v. iy r..iiplrle
draerlpt lull of the 'rnlll day
coudlt lima and t !n many advaii
tau.n that tlie Siiitthtet nfti-ra
to the linini'Hirlii r m l ii.tir,
'I lie lioicrnmeiit -ai:i crop and
UveMiHk ri'poila hh.ov that the
Sunt h .tit Ulna i .-i i r. jn p. ,ii
and il.iurliliiiiu i ..n.l ii.iu ,t,
piicr la Veil nt'l.u llv. iv IIIiik
I ruled Ith tana and Hie i!.k
m-i-liea. lfniare ii .utempla I lli
a i hanue mid d io- ii 'ualili- in
f. l liuil ion lil.iliie t.i the in.it
Houtliweat, imcuiv a i i'j y l.y ltd-dr-alu
a, . a f . , m. m a t. a'
tT. LUUIit. MO.
World's Fair Visitor's Guide.
A mmjinlne of full and oiliehtl In.
formation eomvi nliiij tin- World'a
Fair 'and roiupli le iuld to St.
ImU. Will f,iillatlie pr.lM te
vlnltora lu advanee with tlie Fair
and city, and ae you much, iliun
und money. lihea vleiva and ihs
ai rlprloua of all the exhibit luiliieea;
telU how tcitl to mv the Pupoaltloii;
contalua ii full Ut of nputalile
rooming lioiiM-a ami holeU, with
rnUn, and much other valuul.le In
formation, s ut to any nddrvaa for
.'a celita. AddreaN. Vlnilou a lii HK
I'l lit.iaillMi I'd., I."!) ;,r Avenue,
Ut. 1ouIm, Mo.
A couple ol u'iiciuu cimtoin
en were Birestcd at Uume Monday,
who had lull outfit ol tafe blow,
iiitf itiirilemculi, aud aie sunjioned
lo lie bank rubber. 1 hey wete la
ken Id juil at llutlcr. Tbey K;iVo
lii names cf C!u nj .Spnc?r,