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iVinorrnlii ndnilt that lacklnu; other
Importaiit Issues they nrv foix'od to
nwtke seven' p'i'sonal ci'I'lclsin of
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eatagory with W ashlngtou and l.ln
Coln. They announce their liellel
j that some Hople la Wall street
I think the President Is "unsafe," and
ni ee Kiuiie nine iney rial in uni, ne
K publican campaign inanars rtn
reelvlnit llnnnci?.! aid from the same
source. 1 lie two propositions are
lnconsruoiti!. To 1k virtuous It Is
necessary to 1k ctnsltent. IStit
there are practical politicians who
hold that a campaign of conciliation
among the ih'inocrnts themselves
Is quito as important for them as
any attack they can make upon the
"unsafely" of Theodore Koosevelt.
One of, ths Blgns of the times la this
city is the organization of a Ken
tucky KcpuUlhan club which iro-
post-s to stand pat for the Kopublt
canp: rty. Many employe of the
.io eminent are mendsTt;, black and
w hite men nllku eha: Ins the odlces
Tl ey are for Koosevelt nil the time,
and sniff at the Idea of U-iur trans
formed Into a pink ten aid oolrve
As the President and nil the cabi
net otlieers at away from the city,
local politics Is comparatively' dull.
Not until the :Trd Inst,, when Mr,
I'.oosovelt will n turn nnd the secre
tnrles will Ihj at their desks In the
deportments, will there be r-.ueh po
litical or social activity. A few Ver-
montera, in government employ,
went home to vote, but the result
shows that their assistance was not
needed. The same old tory of a
bis Kepubliean snow storm comes
from the tireen Mountain state, and
the lemoorab are out with ox
teams breaking out the political
roads. Nothing has happened In the
nation, thus far, to change the le
lief of prominent local ltcpubllcans
that there will be a startling and de
cisive victory in November for the
The impression grows that Judtre
Parker is a timid man; that lie
would hesitate In the face of a crisis.
Imaginary eituatlous In an Imagi
nary state of things rise up in minds
that possess a power and facility in
combining Imures. Judge Parker Is
conversant with old ttitnntlon In
the old stabs of thlugs, which fur
nish nothiug to the imagination,
though much to the wishes.
The Delineator for October.
The October Drhneator it a many
featured number, containing, in ad
dttion to a complete eutvey ot the
Autumn fashions, entertaining fic
tion and special article of wide in
ttrest. Richard LeGallienne con
tributes the first part of an idyl,
'1'oct, Take Thy Lute " an exqui
site dream tale, comprising some
turn ful lyrics, and there is a clever
bit of fiction by Ellen Douglas De
land, entitled "The Mothe? of Em-
meline," and also the ftrtt part of a
story by Ethel Waits Mumtord,
"A Matter of Millions," delight
ful commingling of humor and pa
thos. A series on "The Love of
Great Composcu" begins in the
number with the story of lleethoven
and his "Iinmottnl Ueloved,"
which is filled wiih interest, not
only for music lovers, but for every
one who has liking for romances
of the heart. Christine Terhune
Hemck writes of Fit! J Hockey a
a new form of recreation for giiln.
Ihc Riticle being presented with the
hope of giving this healthful exer
cise a wider popularity in America.
Lillia Hamilton French ha a seri
ous paper 111 the "Joy ot Living"
erics, on the Value of the Written
or the Spoken Word. The story of
Mary Dunltvy conclude the jtvtics
on "(iiest Women of Pioneer
Times" and Phyncil exercise i
discussed in "The Fountain of
Youth." For young people are
provided stories and pastime that
amuse a well as instruct, and the
domestic interests are treated thor
oughly and practically.
THE WORLD'S FAIR
Is Dow acknowledged by all to lie
the grandest ami most complete
1.x I iot.ii ion ever attempted. It's
edm ntlomil value cannot U over
estimated. The M. K. & T. l"y
has four daily trains from the
outhwcHt, arriving Iu M. Ixiuis
at i mi n. in., 77 (i, tI,,f i lu t
and n :a p. m.; returning t 1", n.
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the eiiutli went. Itatett will never
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Tl'lll. Cof- Miilllel llliiff 1..
priuted matter about tho hoiith-
St. louls, Mi),
ItKAL r.TAT13 TUANsrr.ir.S (
J. M. Cattrtlin to Lyman Lyons
1 1 a ec a Walnut, nnd tract acc
19, Rockville. $7100.
Geo. W, Long to J. W. (.'hosts'
Ii7scc3i, Mound, $joa
Fleet Thomas lo J K lirannock,
lot a Mk j, Wslles aJ llutlcr,
W F Duvall to J R lirannock,
lot 4 blk 5 Walleyssd Uutler, $25,
Calvin Rice to J R Hrannock,
lots 1 a and 3 blk 3, Walleys ad
A L Sims et al 10 W J Cecil, lot
7 blk G, Worland, $35.
Rank of Ft Scott to First Nat'l
Hank, 160 a sec a and 11, Rock
J II Gill to Chas W Wilson, lot
3 blk 13 Little's ad Hume, $450-
Geo Templeton ct al to Mary A
Jones, pt lot 7 blk 65, Rich Hill.
Thos J Claggett to Lula 13 Ful
ton, lots a and 3 blk 30 Spcrry's
ad Rich Hill, $300.
Mary A Hudelsan to FJ Wie
man pt lot 7 blk 64 R Hill, $750.
J C Keasling to Arthur 11 Durtley
lot 3 blk t Atkison ad Uutler, $1.
Authur Hartley to J C Keasling
etal lot 3 blk 1 Atkison ad Uutler,
W W Thornburgh to O H Law
rence lot 9 blk S Amsterdam, $j 70.
Nellie Bosma to C J Sells pt lot
i blk J Wm ad Butler, Go.
Joe T Smith Com of Bate Co to
Calvin F Boxley etai tract sec 22
Mt Pleasant, $300.
Sallie F Cox to John Witter Jr
So a sec f W Point, $3050
David S Crissman to D F Criss
man und i int S3 a sec 2 J Spruce,
Isaac T Bennett to Clarence Ben
nett 40 a sec 2S Mingo. $1000.
John W Shea to Theo Green a a
sec 7 W Point, $5.
Marv Gutshall to M P Trotter 40
sec 24 D Creek. It.
Angus Sutheiland to Wru Guy
12 a sec 15 Deepwater, $3'x.
B A Ogle to Nannie M Smith So
a sec 3 Howard. $3600,
Henry II Duke to Maria Salter
lee lots 11 & 13 blk 11 j ad R Hill,
A L McBride to Sunny Slope
Realty Co 200 a sec 36 & 35 Char
D D Ferguson to P C Burns 40 a
sec :3 Elkhart, $1000.
Nannie M Smith to B A Ogle lot
7 blk 6 1 a.l R Hill, $500.
G F itsworth to Leslie Billings
pt lot 12 blk 4 Standi!) ad Hume.
II B Owen to J B Atterson lots 4
& 5 blk 13 Merwin, i'ioo. '
C A Emerson trustee to H O
Msxey lots I 2 3 4 1 iS 19 20 .V 21
blk 4 Amsterdam, Si.
II O Maxey to C A Emerson
same property. $1,
Martin Mistier to Walter II Mist
ler 65 a sec 13 & 24 Dcepwster, It,
Henry Hopkins to Mary Cargyle
lot 53 & 54 blk 1 1 Jchnstown, $75.
The Missouri IIcmiIc of Limited
The Missouri WoilJ's Fair Com
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service for State exploitation. The
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Missouri during the World's Fair
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seen, therefore, that but a very
small proportion of the State's imp
utation of nearly 4,000,000 people
can receive a look.
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