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BICH MILL, MIWSOUUI, THURSDAY, MAY 10, JOI.
Yliy remain In the North
nml stay In (loom six month
In thp vpar consuming whnt
you raise during tlie other
(Jo South when you can
work out doors every month
in the year, mid where you
.-pp producing something the
yenr round. If you nre a
stock raiwr you know your
atovk nn now "entlnr their
head oft'' and, Im-kIiIih, hive
to lie protwtr 1 from the rijr
or of winter ty exin-nxlve
Koonotnlrnl stock feeding
reiuln the combination of
loth flewh-formintr and fat
formlng food in eertnlo pro
portion. Alalia inn and
Florida prctduep In nhund
nnce the velvet lenn nnd enn
aiivn. the Unit n nVh pro
ducer, nnd the hitler ft fat
producer, nnd they nre the
cheapest and Ix-xt fattening
material known to the world
More money ran te tunde
nnd with Ii-kh lalior, in pen
em! farming, fnilt nnd N-rry
growing mid truck garden
ing along our road In the
South than In nny other
tion of the t'nlon.
If you lire IntereMed and
dlrv further information o
the a-uhj-ft, addtvn
Q. A. PARK.
Grft'l iMKiKiailM ; I dufcftiftl Aki
LoaUTlll Xahlll at. R
llom RcJmr Um Travaratcf tfca
tiH Twr'ujrwa of
TfMAB AMO TKI
JUv3a.vd nw In ert U th yfj SO
Th Fn-o Srta eimt wlSe-tlble4
trUic-Hbt(lifBllt. A;tMtriIt rd dllll
u umW thr Kuo4itBMek o( rd Utnt.
tin.. A UtiU M
KICM MILL. MlHMOt'Kli
Knnaa('ity Mall and Ex-
pn-n fi:l'i a. in.
Tcxao. t ik I.. In ui it A Mem
phis. Mnll and Expri fi W p. in.
'nrliou Center 4 45 p. in.
Kanmm City XI nil and Y.x-
pn-oii P.;.) p. tu.
relax. ( ikhihomn nnd Mem-
phU. Mall and Expntut ')." a. m.
CnrtMUi t'ciiicr .':40 p. m.
For detailed Information lu n-irnrd
to train wrvlce, rntee. etc., apply to
E. T. Lnllnrrten'. local ntrcnt, or
Jna. lnionie A. 1. 1'. A.. KniiHita
I WHS M
PRINCIPAL CITIES O
KATY CHAIR CARS
OPERATED BY THC COMPANY
Kvery liouvke'iNT uliould know
that If they will luiy iMInnre Cold
Water Starch for laundry uhc they
will nave not only time, liccuuHe it
never fttlck to tlie Iron, hut ItecAUMe
each package routuln 10 ot. one
full pound while nil other Cold
Water ftarches are put up iu pound
package, mid tlio price U the name,
lOcentu Tlien again liecnuxe iH-fl-ancc
Standi I free from all Injurious
chemicnlK. If your grocer tri-s to
sell you n 12-oc. package it U In
dium" he linn n tock on hand which
he Wlhe to dUpone of befjre lie
put In iVflnnee. He known that
Ivtlnuce. Starch ha printed on every
package In large letter and figure
"10 om." IH'inaud Defiance and
Have much time and money nnd the
annoyance of the Iron sticking. De
fiance never Mticket.
St. Louis & North
Connect at tIlgaian with tb Ht
Lou I and Han Francisco. New time
card In effect Sunday .June. ?J, 19U2
No. 1 Lv Kurka Spjrs. 5:50a. m.
A'. Selixmau 6:40a.m.
No. 2 Lt.Seliftuian 7:10 a. no.
Ar. Eureka Hpinps 8:07 a.m.
No. 5 Lv Eureka pping 5:.V" p. m.
Ar. tseliptuau. b:4o p m.
No 6 Lv. Selijriuan 7:15 p m.
Ar Kureka Spring 6: p. m
No. 7 Lv. Eureka Spring 8:30 p. in.
Ar. Heltfrniau 9:0 p. m.
No. S Lv Heiigiuau 9:V) p. m.
Ar. Euieka Sprlnr 10:47 p.m.
Couoecllou Horn f.lcb Hill. Mo.
cuade wPbliie Frleco via the FaeiQe
at t.'ribaK. or via the Mempbi at
A toaiHltue ut Pamphlet Ouide
lo Eureka Spring a. a Health Kenort
be been lued, with new tieautlful
lllu.iraliou. A copy eut free to any
addrisi. Addre all luqulrle and
order to Geo. We l. Manager Eureka
GEO. WEST Manage
A FREE PATTERN
(Tr e. fcrtc'irt. 1 to ffvrrT mW
0t inn nr.
A tD!J S' MGAZINf.
L:t 4c:t -
n. K. -kVtdfxl
r a. w tr I
Ue Ijtia ter.
w4 Mm, m W trua
TNC McCALL CO..
tlt-ltt-117 ant 3lrt i1. kiatOM.
Valley tllrl IMrturea.
The pulilUhcnt of the Yaili V
Weekly, that hrlht illut rated mntf-
ntlue puhliahed In SI. l-onix. and
which haa Inroiiie the talk of the
Ml.hlle Wnl, lwi )ii Inxiicd A limit
ed liuiiiU rof nrtUtK proofx of their
U'tiutlfiil Valley tJIrl, lioef:uv haa
Imvii on the froiit rover piiK1 of
the weekly. Them' pktun-N nn II
hy 14 Itichca nnd nre on highly f.n
IcIuhI p.ixr. ni Iiijj all the eji'.Mite
tone ami detallx of the original
The prhv for a M't of thctH- ellit
picture l II. hut vie hae maile
urranvineiiU with the puhlUliein by
wlili h you ran wcuiv them fur noth
ing. 'I lie prlii- of ii year'a ul rip
tlou to the Valley U .'.i". the price
of a year' tuh rlptUii to Thk Tm
in mc U 1 ui. Now win! li l M
and you will n-cdve Tin; Tiiini Nr..
the Valley Wivkly for ute year and
act of the artUtit proof plot nr..
A complete act of them picture
can Ih aeeu at our ntllce.
Die Farm Implement Co., have
in stock carriages, buggies, and
himrss lor sale. It will pay you
to look at their goods and get
their prices. Ct
LotiUlftu Turrit Exposition
Conch Lxcuiktoii ticket on sale
MV llt. to St. Louis and icturn
$3.85 god! 10 irtuin 5 dys fioin
dat vl sle.
R. A Uailkv, Ar.
SLDV SCHOOL LtSSON,
Lknmix VIII. May 22, l.0l.
Subject : J rut a Tr.Ai iir.ii lIi'Mii.rrr.'
tioi.iiKM Tkxt: "For even the ion
of man came not to be rululU-red
nnto, but to minintrr." Mark 10,
Li iwon Text Mark 10, 3.V4"..
(American IlevlmNl Veruioo.)
Xi And there come near unto him
JaincH and John, the aona of Zelie-di-e.
iinyiiijf unto him. Teacher, we
would that thou ahouldeat do for
u whatsoever we shall nk of thee.
'Hi And he aald unto them. What
would ye that I ahould do for you?
."!7 And they aaid unto bim, Grant
unto us that we may nit, one on thy
r ij; lit hand, and one on thy Mt
hand, in thy glory Z I5ut Jesus
mild unto them. Ye know not what
ye nk. Are ye able to drink the
cup that 1 drink? or to bo baptized
with the baptism that I am baptis
ed with 3U And they said unto
him. We are able. And Jeu said
unto them, Tlie cup that I drink ye
shall drink; and w ith the baptism
that 1 am baptized withal shall ye
lie baptized: J but to sit on lay
right hand or on my left hand is not
mine to jrive: but it i for them for
whom it hath leen prepared. 41 And
when the ten heard St. they began to
be moved with indisrnutiou conceru
Ios J a mi's and John. 42 And Jesus
called them to him, and suit h unto
them. Ye know that they who are
accounted to rule over the Gentile
lord it over them; and their preat
ones exercise uuthority over them.
43 But it is not so anions you: but
whosoever would become pxent
nmoii you, shall lie your minister:
44 ami whosoever would be first
among you. shall be servant of all.
45 For the Sou of man came not to
be ministered uuto. but to minisU-r,
and to give his life a rausom for
The teaching of humility dejiends
very much ou the ierson who
tenches. It is a very subtle prace.
Must be exemplified as well as
taught to lt effective, Tlie llible is
definite in its teaching. It belus
commanded as a virtue to be exer
cised, and I La lcuefit am made
plain. Further, It tsdongv to the
profession of saint. We feel safe lu
iixscrtins: that this lesson Is a treat
ise ou ambition aud Its cure.
Auil.ltioi) is tlie lend horse in the
taudem team we drive ou life's hlrh-
wny; Coura is the other steed
Ambition is 11 hot blooded, fiery
steed. I would waru the oue who
drives, if he is not careful, disup
polntuicnt will npeur us a cloud ou
j lilt 11 1M I Mil 4 HIV. 11 IJKt.V IIU1 11 r-
.1... t. . ..f llf.. ft ....... ...
1 jH-arany larger than the proverbial
mau's haud at first, yet It can prow
, rapidly, and. It copious showers
wlien in full ruiitve upon us. sul-
, mcrne us until we are well u!j;h
drowned uudcr the fury ot its on
slaught Ambitious meu nre frxijucutly a
lil.-Rbln to sotli ty Urauso many a
meum-e has ls"'U removed by some
ambitious character, w ho also failed
to reach the poal lie sousht. He
who desire to be Rrcat unions mru
has a tUs'iiduou task la-fore him.
How preut then was the ambition
of J.iinr and John, w ho hnd len
s"cullarly faonsl by tlin Muster,
now sought further favors, by al
lowing their ambition to vault them
above the ordinary temporal hon
ors, "iiraut uuto u that we may
sit, one on thy rlitht hand and oue
on thy left hand, in itlory." They
did uot seem to realise that pivnt-
liesa In I Iirlnt s klucdoiu came
through the doorway of service,
sm-rlfice nnd humility.
Alllbitlotl I piMUHWxvl of a very
narrow and limited vision. It
j counts goals ratber tliau the road
that lends to the attainment. That
is w Ii; so many selrth men delight
lu Is-comlng Kilei.trlnusou the great
highway of life, who, a the goal
comes uearcr to their grasp, the
vImIoii narrow a as they trample and
cruidi other )eople'a aiubltions, lu
the aivomplihmeut of their own.
lu this liifttmice a great moral que
tiou was at Insue, yet these men
with a contracted vbdou thought
they were iu Uw gift ot favoritisiu
The Master's answer was a giHd
oue. "The cup that 1 driuk ye shall
drink: aud with the baptism that I
aiu baptised w (thai, shall ye ls bnp
Used: but to ait ou my right haud or
oil my l. (t hand i uot mluc to gtuv
but it is for them tor whom It was
prepared." U t uot your -roual
ambitious cutr.w t your vlsiou.
Tha Autldot fur Ambition
There Is au auU.iote. Hear tu
wind 1 ui uot epposcd. to a uaturaj
ambition wl it is ssnrttfl.-d fr
0'oFa aervk SrvV Is, and al
w nya has tw t. the autldote for an
miiifti.aral ambition. (,"hrit said:
"The. son of man, came not to
ministered unto, but to niliiitr.'
Hovr often we mistake our calling
and forpt we fill the largest p!.'u-e
In life when we minister to ott-r.
W e rise to higher ranks in life as w e
serve our day and jreuerntion. The
bondage, of au unnatural ambition
clip our wings aud we ri- hot to
the real height of manhood for wLk-u
we are endowed. If we would mark
our age with our genius, let us k--p
our atubltlon well in liaiid.
Iet ns keep oursrlves humble in
spirit aud mind. Iletuemlier alove
II thiiigs we most be sincrre ia
thought, word and deed.
ALPHA ALl'UiI.1 S.
We, the Republicans of Ste.
Genevieve county, in convention
assembled, renew our allegiance to
tbe principles of the Republican
party as enunciated in the last Re
publican national convention, and
indorse tbe wise and patriotic ad
ministration of President Roose
Whereas, It seems to be a fore
gone conclusion that Joseph Folk
will be the ttandarJ bearer of the
Democratic party as candidate for
governor of this state ; and
Whereas tbe nomination of tbe
said Joseph W. Folk it a virtual
admission by tbe democratic party
of the state of all tbe charges of
boodleistn and machine rule, well
known and made by the Republi
can party for years past, and be
lieving as we do that no one man,
however pure, can alone purge and
purijv the corrupt, rotten and machine-ridden
democratic party of
this state, we recognize that the on
ly hope for the complete redemp
tion ttom political misrule lies in
the election of a full republican
ticket, beaded by a Man whose per
sonal character and politic! integ
rity, will commend bim to every
voter in the state regardless of poli
tics, especially a man who will ap
peal to the sound busir.os and agri
cultural interests of the state: a man
whose personal character and politi
cal record is without a stain, a man
whose executive ability has been
tried and tested by tour years
mayor of the great city or St. Louis
without the whisper of a scandal;
man who is in every respect a
peer to the probable Democratic
candidate; man whose election
will be a guaranty that the admitted
corruption and evil of pt and
present democtatic misrule in tiii
state will be a thing of the past, a
man who will give the people of
this state a wise and economical ad
miniMratiou, and an in-ut nce that
Indian rutlianism at the polls and
ballot-box stalling will come to an
end. and that (very legal voter in
this state will have the licht to to
quietly and peacably to the pel's
and cast bis ballot and have it legal
ly counted; a man whose elect uti
w ill be haded by the whole people
of the United Slates as au indica
tion that Missouri has cast otf the
shackles of llouibonisni and pio
poes in the future to uke tSe place
among the live, progressive states,
which by ber population, wealth
and gteat natural resources she i
believing that Hon. C. P. Wa!
bridge, of the city of St. l.ouis, i
such a man, we hereby instruct our
delegates to the state comeot'.vin to
vote and use their best cndeavois to
nominate him for governor on the
The t.'ul Paid f or.
The I'niteJ States is now iu tn'.l
ownership of the Panama canal
property. On Apiil i". Assistant
Attornry Day anJ Uusstll paid tie
$40,000,000 in the foim ot Jiatt
ou the Uuiifd .Stales treasury.
ie svskimo mitu 001.
which is a'ready on its way to New
The agreement with the canal
company provided that tbe payment
should be in gold. To avoid tbe
necessity of making a shipment cl
this vast sum in bulk, an arrange
ment was made with funncia! insti
tutions in Pans, which furnished
the full amount of payment in gold
coin, tskir.g tbe dratt on the United
This draft will be largely paid, if
not entirely, by bills of exchacge on
Europe. 1 here has been a steady
ouilloiv o! gold fiom this country to
Europe lor the past month, for
which thcie is no reason in existing
County Court lroceet injr.
OiJt-itd that $50 le appropriat
ed rut c! the bridge fund to Last
lioone Twp. for a rock culvert on
15.4gt ' place between scct.-orss 16
and 2 1 with the understanding that
citizens of v.d twp. fjmish t'. rock
o;i giound sui iect to trie approval
of the britlge commissioner.
Ordered that the levies t cr taies
f -j0 be txtended upon tbe coua
ty tax books as f illows: Stale 17c
on the f 1 00. County 40c on tbe
f 100. Mt. Pleasant K. R. 50c on
Diamshop license of Frank Mal
Ordered that too be appropriate
td (ut of t'.ie v utility lvaJ laud to
Osage tssp. for road work.
Oulricd that financial stateuieut
f-r ii-4 lie publnhed in the Uate
county Dtmoorat and the Western
Oidcitd thai t ridge commission
er make estimate for bridge cto
H g Peer Creek 1:1 section 3 in
Deer Creek tsip near Judge Fu1
let's. Ordeied that the lliiJge commis
mn.rl oi.'ti luoksn a.id Mjore tJ
rebuild the stone abutments of the
M iui biidge in Charlotte town
ship. Ordered that the County Tiessur
er adsert;e 111 the St. Loois WotlJ
f,r call of Mt. Pleasant R. K.
bonds Nov. ij to iS inclusive.
America lriuk Kill.
The An:n;tn tiiecei bss, tor a
nuir.Vrr of jeais. collate J annua'!)
the guir of the di.uk of the
Ctuled States. Ii fi uls that Ut
year the coiM-.tiv paid tae cuorai'us
sum ot $l. 5t,oj . jT lor alcohvd
ic dm ks. The s'ainrug feature of
iL.s t.ul is that it ho ait ia-
Aids to the beaMa'uJnea d al
risen Iour-bods, xvhZe it naka
tbe hoi Iigfea-, svutert Lza- ,
Exercise care la purchasing
baking powder to see tKat you.
get Dr. Price, u-Lkh mxkzs
the food more anl
at the sasae tne rzorepalauHe.
a&4 at Ufsm L tm
crease of 150,000,000 over tie
annual average for the past five
years. It i a per capita ot 1S.15
for every man, worn 1 a and cLild ia
Tbe revenue received by tbe
United States government fro-31 thl
source last year was $131,000,000
from the tax on spirituos liquors,
and $47,000,000 from the tax on
beer, Tbe total is, therefore, $i;S
A North Dakota editor unbur
dens himself thosly: "The politi
cian is my shepherd. I shall not
wart for anything during the cam
paign. He ieadetb nie at the sa
loon for my vote's sale. He !!e!h
my pocket with good cigars aid my
beer g!as rcnnttii over. He ets
(juireth concerning my family, even
unto the f jur.b generation. Yea,
thoug't t walk tbroajh the mud and
tbt ra'ti ts vote tor bim and shout
myscif h;iarse b: election he
straightwsr forgettetb me. Al
tboujh I meet b:m in bis own hoqse
be Lnowetb me not. Surely tbe
wool has been pulled down over
my eyes all the days of my life.
THE BIMlXSTCrS ATTRACTIVE
U tilmi:, Utai a-i Elick Hills
tu!y one f.irw plus i rents roucut
trip tis leaver. IVdorado JSprittsu,
Pu-t.l. Salt l-ake City aol tlw
f.lack Hill. lat!v from June I; aH
Krotu August Ij to S. ptetuber 10;
tlx round trip for fCt" fria tho
Vlvurl riser. tuly ll.tu mow
returning vt Puet Sound.
Xif St. lc.;s-Kr.:u Cit hi,
Waii-b fvir tlw oivutu of tiw Bui
liutou'a now nd shorter tiue TJ
uiii lvus 11 wet-n St. Ij.ul and
Tii Wsrli'x Fair.
Tb moat eiajfuinvfut ervatit by
thhndt4 lUAU. tiiv(iy rvriiawU
rtcursiou r.t.- duly taruUuut
tivc tiHwitiou rus.l. l'..ii.uit ) .iur
ixsrvst tti ke-t a.vut fur rtiut ruUs,
lo f.ir tnr rui,-stion rt-Utiw to Lo
trU ud atoppio pl-wra.
YiIIsfst::i Park, Et:,
tJrs'atly rsslu--! rntm tu t;.s
attractive sumturr rvgnm,
Stivi,-r f.ir tt i:vr,Kiiti.itt
s::.r-l ou through tuk'-t. t-uy
thiNiUiti over lh Kurl!ii;tiu, t'oi
ul( tui lUl uo iil. or rui (! uu-U r
lmrt fir rttiir. routt-s. t.irihs. !.
VltK- llil.WtUtHKlU fcUd pilliiA AtluU.
L. J. BwsCMR. i.w. naslLIT
1. r. a.-i mm v. u 1 v
a. w, r LkiMu
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