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EO. F HCCKrBT,
HAN NIK R. HICKKHT.
On Yoir ........... . I. I Ttr Monlfca
.Sa aloulha I Sin la Ctt..... 3
Kaitraa acconflnf act of ConrnMla aha
po. eca il Kkk HIIU u acoMid lau Ball tnatm
Once more our Republican leg
hi mors have met the democrats ant)
Gov. Folk's appointments down
at St. Louis aeem to give (airly
good satisfaction, but seem to be a
bit gold buggish.
George ChuicU o( Bates county
is chairman of the cotumitte on
roads and highways, also a mem
ber of the committee oa agricul
ture. There are but few old soldiers
who will not rejoice to learn that
after March 4II1, if. Clay Evans,
ex-pension commissioner, now
consul general at London, will
retire to private life.
What would Missouri be without
these Republicans, anyway? asks
the Review. Why, Democratic, of
course, like Alabama, Mississippi
and South Carolina, and about as
far behind the times as they are in
her moral preceptions and physical
Congressman Vespatian Warner
of Illinois will be pension com
missioner after March 41b next,
lie served over four years in the
ranks and as an officer and will
doubtless be a good commissioner
and administer the pension laws
with commendable justice and
The Republican Senators and
Representatives of Missouri have
thus far demonstrated that they are
the right men in the right place. In
the matter of United States Senator
they have done what they were sent
to do, and done it right. Their
course is being closely watched by
their constituents and their actions
so !ar meets with hearty approval
Gov. Folk has appointed Jas.
A. DeArmond, editor of the Bates
Co. Democrat, and son of Con
gressman DeArmond, Adjutant
General. Ibis appointment is
strictly in "accordance with the
eternal fitness of things." Editor
DeArmond was the . original
and most earnest Folk man. We
The German clement of Missouri
Imputation saved Missouri to the
union in 1S61 and were in the fore
fiout of the buttles always from
1.01 to The tame clement
vtticinthc thick of the fray with
the same kind of couraire under the
Icuderthip of Thus. K. Ncidring-
tiaus in the gteat battle of the bal
lot ill lyoj. And it wai right and
proper to elect that leader to die
senate. Alter his nomination it
would have been 4 disgrace not to
have elected him.
The Review need suffer no ui
easiness about Tariff Legislation
during this session ot congress.
The Tribune will never give its
consent and hence there will be
none. The Tkibunb don't propose
thcie shall be any such legislation
until there is such a Republican
majority in congrea that ttiey can
make such changes as they want
aloiij; ptotctliuii line without fear
or lavor Iroui the yules of weak
kneed Republican with a free trade
bee 111 their bonnet. The next con
peai will clian;;u the Tariff with
t!: Tiiluuc's full ir.J (ice Cvtucnt.
The most remarkable develop
mcnt in the XieJrlnghaus invest!
gutiun i the fact that the Krpubli
can National committee did not
conti ibute one cent toward the ex
pense of carrying Missouri. That
the big contributions came to Tom
Nicdringliau personally from bis
dutch friends and from him to the
ttate committee all based on Xied-
ringhaus' dutch faith in Republican
success. The Republicans owe
more than a Senatorship to Missouri
dutch faith, Missouri dutch money,
and Missouri dutch men. MUsou-
ri money paid the expenses and
Missouri votes won the election.
roiut lu lusurauce Halt To Be
Bedded 011 Appeal.
The transcript of the appeal in
the suit of Thomas Ferrenhach,
executor of the estate ot Jacob Lam
bert against the Mutual reserve
fund life insurance company, was
tiled yesterday in the United States
circuit court ot appeals. At the
trial in the United States circuit
court last October Judge Adams or
dered a verdict for the plaintiff of
I4425, from which the insurance
Lambert was a reident of St.
Louis and brought the suit before
bis death to recover on a I5000 pol
icy which the company dedareu
forfeited in May, iSyo. The Mu
tual is an assessment company, ano
when Lambert failed to pay an as
sessment within thirty days after no
tice had been mailed to him from
New York, it canceled bis policy.
The court held that as Lambert had
tendered payment within thirty days
after receiving the notice, the can
cellation was unlawful. The com
pany contends that the amo unt 01
recovery should not be greater than
the face of the policy, less the
premiums that would have been
paid from the date of forfeiture to
date of death.
Judge Adams ruled that an as
sessment policy has no "equitable
value," such as has been establish
ed on level rate policies by tht
courts and that the acsured was en
titled to recover the full amount o
premiums paid in with interest
This point has an important bearing
on insurance litigation, and is th
basis of the appeal. Globe-Democrat.
That's what a prominent
druggist said of Scott's
Emulsion a short time
ago. As a rule we don't
use or refer to testimonials
in addressing the public,
but the above remark and
similar expressions are
made so often in connec
tion with Scott's Emulsion
that they are worthy of
occasional note. From
infancy to old age Scott's
hmulsion oilers a reliable
means of remedying im
proper and weak develop
ment, restoring lost llesh
and vitality, and repairing
waste. The action of
Scott's Emuloion js no
more of a secret than the
composition of the Emul
sion itself. What it does
it does through nourish
ment the kind of nourish
ment that cannot be ob
tained in ordinary food.
No system is too weak or
delicate to retain Scott's
Emulsion and gather good
from it. .
turtle bu. .
' EaaraKathatraia fca
id a lJ I. m iCa a'Ufui
- arf lAiU mt fnnibi. yav
SCOTT k BOWKE
40? Purl SUlT.y.
Straighten the River.
Aa 3-011 'rvijtioiteil cor
rcHpoiidonco from any onu two
iitfo ou tho filtration prvmmtt'il
to your mult-m y Mr. John I).
Moore, on the overturn of thn Marina
(lea Cyum-a river, I will otH-n
tho - drill. I hnvai , forty acre
by tho river, but Unit don't make ine
favor tho miii'ino prvmmtud by Mr.
Moore, TIiIh tramtlt'iiinuliiiM tru-d ou
event! orennlona to nroimo ivople
Intetvttt 011 this ipjtiatlain, Tho de
struction ot crop, uiul stock, find
labor almost every year, innkea thia
overflow prevention of more Import
than many are Inclined to admit,
Judslug dy tlui way it Is treated. .
Moat people seem to evade the dltt
cuwilon of tills public question. I do
think nil ownem of land, and farm-
em, merchant and bublnctw men
ought to give their views on till pub
lic Improvement like this one, and
state why tuey advocate such views.
Mr. Moore has stated all very
plain, and I think it the moat foal-,
ble plan praam ted to secure the ob
ject lu view, via: to prevent the over
flow. And the utility of thU project
must be clear to all who have or
uiaycxaiulue H, It U the duty ot
all to favor every possible nud de
aalrable Improvement, doth for ser
vice or for beautifying every con
ceivable thing In the city or country.
if they wish to lucreaHO the value of
their holdings, and induce stranger
seeking homes, to locate among us.
The river In Us winding course Is
well adupted to wild men and In
diana. In its natural form it Is more
prolltic In fish and game, tho prlncl-1
pal food of those people. It tit we!
liuve coine to a period of time when
we must make provision for the de-.
manus 01 a civilization lar in ai-.
vance of the wild man.
To do this we must subdue the
wilderness and the swamp dy pre-1
venting overflows and under-draln-
ing, and by tutting water courses -
from our lakes nud rivers to irrigate
desert lands where the rainfall is in-
sufficient to mature the growing
As we are continually introducing
new plant and vegetables to satis
fy our educated stomachs and the
demands of hygiene, aud our grow-
ingeplcureau desires, secklug to mul
tiply the courses three times daily,
to meet those demands we must
have all kinds of land in cultivation,
from the lowest swamp to the moun
tain top. These lands vary ao much
In their chemical natures and loca
tion, which is the secret of tha-ir
adaptability' to the growth of nil
kinds of vegetation, and one ot the
many wonderful displays of God
love to man In making everything
so !ccuUarIy adapted to our needs.
God has made the laws of nature
absolutely unalterable, aud If we
tvurk In a Hue with those establish.
ed laws, we ueel not make any mis
takes, nor be defeated in tho object
It Is not ueccttaiary- for a in-rsoii tr
ue thoroughly posted in the laws or)
gravity to know that If we throw it 1
ball up It will fall back again, uor is
tt ncctusary to understand all about
hydrostatics or hydraulics to know
that water will run down uud al
ways tind the lowest level If we
make It a road. , I
To lllusirute this overflow auca-j
tlon, suppoaac the dlstauce from A to
li by the old crooacd river to de ,V)
tulles nud fall of ante foot x'r mile,
aim i..e siraigui cut irom inose two
aiauons is just .., miia-s, it woui.l
uiukc .ue nvir ... nine siioru-r ta
mat uistance ami the lull would be
uouuteoriMo leet to tne hum, u -
cuuse the two station at A tyid II
In the old nud new cut are am n
level with each other. If we Increase
the fall It increases the velocity, aud
If we Increase tha; volume we liicrew-e
the velocity uud multiply It me
chaulcal font) In proportion, wlik h
is a powerful factor lu deeit-ulng
and widening the channel.
Now Wt us look at this law mor
ally. All laws have moral sides mid
wu should always loaik ou all nidi
of a nueatlon to comprehend It fully.
Tho Itlblo says, "Cotishler the work
of Got); fur who can make, that
straight which Ho hath made
Now this old crooked river chan
nel and au add. crooked life have a
trlklug uuutogy to cm li other, and
neither enn be mado straight. Hut
man lia power vented lu hliti to
make a new straight channel in
place of the 0110 (o! made crooked,
and liod don't make our old cristk
ed It vat straight, but will make us
newch-un hearts and will put them
In ull men aud women too. If we
will let lilui. Tlieu we can walk
slraiglit uud ntnnd (crndlciilitr,
ami 111 not overflow oiirueighlior's
lot so lu lie ll. Ia-1 US ask tho Ixird
to alo this for us. And there lire
uiuuy uioru tliln.jn lu subduo aiictto
uiuLe una. w. .
l'lienda and . ubcribcra .to thii
Caper will confer a lavor upon u
y ordeijii' their leal noticei
pr uted 111 thia paper. Thev can
U3 act for ihcmtelvea whether tht
cwCcci bVc correct cr Ct
Order of rtidlloutlon.
O inl In-aialiM Jan'a k.)
Static or Mixmn itt, )
CoCNTY OK ll.TKM. I "
In the Circuit Court
In vacation. l'.Mi.
Farmer & Manufacturer Hank,
rial 11 tiff.
(jirnce Alldoraon, Defendant.
, Now at this day
roines tho Hnlntlff herein, by Its At
torneys, Templcta-n at Males, and
tile It petition and affidavit, alleg
ing, uinong ft her tlilugs that IV
fond not (irace A 11 demon Is a uou
rwlilent of the State of Missouri:
Whereupon, It Is ordered by the
cjerk In vacation, that wild defend
ant be notined dy publication that
plaintiff has commenced tt suit
agnlnat her In this court, the object
and general nature of which Is to
obtain a Judgment agalnnt. defend
ant upon the promissory notes filed
with said pettttou In th amount of
Four Hundred and 7100 Hollars,
(400.o7) and that a writ of attach
ment has been ordered and lnwued
against the defendant attaching nil
property of the auld defendant in
the county of Bate and state of
Missouri, and the Interest of the de
fendant in the following descrilipd
real estate, to-wlt: Th south half
of the southeast ajuarter of Section
Klghtea'D (IX), Township Thirty-
eight Itange Thirty-two (.12), In
Hate county, Missouri, and that
unless the said tirace Anderson be
and uptieur at this court. at the next
tenu thereof, to be begun and hold
eu at the court house lu tho city of
Butler, In said county, on the first
Monday in May. 1905, and on or le-
.(ore the Unit day of said term, 011-
swer or plead to the petition In said
cuuse, the same will be taken na con-
fes,ed. and ludirment will 1 render.
Audit Is further ordered, that a
copy hereof de published, according
to law, In the Kan Hill Tiiiiu xk
u newspaper publudieil In said
county of Bates, for four weeks
suci-t-eslvclr. Dubllshed at least
once a week, the last Inser
tion to be at least thirty days be
fore,tbe flret day of said next May
term of said court.
J. A. 1 TrusoN,
A true copy from the record.
Witness my hand, and seal ait
th. Circuit Court of ISate county,
this 10 day of Juuuary, l:V.
J A. Pattkuhon,
Chas. M. lUiikLcr, I). C.
Order of Publicatlou.
aFiial iiucttiaai J. li.)
STATK OK MlmM kl. I
CoOTV OK It TICM, J
In the Circuit Court
In Vacation, l'J"l.
C. C. Mciiuls. I'lalntifT.
Xotk-y Scott, IMendaut.
Now at this day
come the plaintiff herein by his At
torneys. Templeton & Hal-, ami
tile hi petition and affidavit, a lies
Ing, among other things that ale-
fenuant. otiey Scott. I a non-reel-
dent of the State of Missouri:
Whereupon, It Is ordered by tha'
Court, that said defendant be not l-
dy publication that plaintiff has
caimmenced a suit agalnxt him In
this court, tilt fiblert nud L-i.ii,-ml
nnturt ( wllk.h u to ol,tlltu a ,,,,.
( lllent opon ,e ,,.,, RM w t,,mUt,
1 ,H.tUon In ttto atini of Three llnn-
I dred and Keventy-flve Dollars, and
; thnt . writ ..r t 1,., i,....t 1..,-
airderasl and lmuel against the al-
fetidant attaching all property aif
the said alcfcudutit In the County of
Hate and State of Mlour1. ami
, ten-t of the deti
ndaiit In the
follow lug detKriU'd n'al tata, to
wit: The northeimt aiuarti-r afS.v
tlon t-A-lghteen (l""), mid that iiarth
half of tlie southeast ajuarter of said
Sattlatn Kightcen (1-M. allot aald land
lying aud being In Towmthlp Thirty
eight (:is), Itauiot Thirty. two (X"),
Hates county, MisNourl, and that
uuWs the said Notk-y Scott lie nud
ups-ar at this court, ut tho next
term thereof, to tie W gun and lndil-
en at the court houst In the city of
duller, In said county, on tho first
Mouday In May, V.HKt, uud on or U
fore the Orst day of satd term, tut
swer or plead to the petition In said
caust, the same will do taken as con
fcNsa-d, and judgment will de render
Aud It I further ordered, that a
copy hereof Imj pudllshed, ruxonllng
to law, In the ICw 11 Hu t. Tuiut.MC. 11
newkpiiiH-r pudlutheal In said county
of Hates, for four weeks uccetalvcly,
publUhed ut Icust oucu a Wiik, the
luat Itim-rtlou to lw ut Ua.t thirty
duy Is-foru tha tlrot day of said next
Muy term of this court.
J. A. rTTHlhON,
A true copy from the record.
Itiress my hand, and seal of
the Circuit Curt af Hate county,
this 10 day of January, luu'i.
J. A. Pattkiihon,
Will sell you at tho
16 Ibi. (Jranulatrd Sumr
50 lh. Cryatal (l m V nr oi earth) ..
50 lbs Mornmr- Gio (S..amht I'atcnt)
50 tbi Standard
9 lbs good Prune
6 lbs best Navy Itcnns
6 lbs good Rice ..
5 Ibi best Rice
4 lbs good Sod 1 Crackers fr
I boa -a lbs -good Soda Crackers
1 large can Oysters
1 doz. large cans Oysters
8 bars Diamond C Soap.
7 " Silk Soap
6 ' Old Country Soap
6 X Tfav
1 ' N v, Toj, ...
1 " ;-; j ... I'. .a.
1 lb (iunpr ,-Jcr lea
3 cans Tor.iatoes
3 Ft as
3 bottles good Catsup ...
2 lbs Dried Sweet Corn
t can Pie Teaches
I Stock Reducing Sale.
As you all know February 1, 1005, we invoice.
From now until that time we will cut our stock
in two if low prices will do it.
Winter Goods must go regardless of cost or
First Come, First Served.
All Clothing, Dresa Goods, Cloaks, Ladies'
Suits, Furs, Blankets, Caps, Outings, and hun
dreds of other articles in our '-Great Store"
will go. Now is your opportunity to save money
on good, clean merchandise.
Call and be Convinced.
Let Gen. Miles Aloue
Gen. Nclion A. Mile has been,
is and will be a good aoldier and a
good citiieu. Whv not Ut him
alone? Starting at the very bottom
he lought hi way to the very top
of the army of the L'nitcal Statr
without a 'pull" or a "pimh," ex
cept mill aa came from dutit.guisli
ed tervice and depernie wound on
many a bloody battlefield.
To iliscredit hi in i to ducrrdit
an ideal o!t.icr. To humiliate him
it to plainly ay to every man am
the army roll tod;iy that aliaiin
KuUhrd ativite la not alvva a ol
dirr'i lure patn to permanent hon
or in thi giriat nation.
The latt of krveral unnccounta
ble attatk upon him, which lead
to tlui protest, it btought out by
the amendment to the attuy ap
propriation bill in the llnuse of
Rcpreaentativei at Washington,
providing that retired oflicrr atxc
the grade of Major should not re
ceive full pay of their gradtf whir,
aasigned to duty with the militia of
the ttveral State.
Representative Hull, who offered
the amendment, antwered emphatic
objection that it was aimed at Gen
et at Milca by initiating that he had
no such thought in minJ. Hut at
Milet i the only man affected at
preit-nt, this doe not necm to catry
Thia government It certainly 11 it
paying it retired aoldiria an nioir
than they decei ve, nor a much a
other nation deem necrtaary under
like circumstance. If a State jjov
ernmrnt find iteli in tired of tin
acrvicri of uch men in retiiemrnt
and want to pay for li e woik, win
khould tht nation grow ud(!enl
lid aincrularly naraitmnou over the
protect ?a5t, Luuii War.
Tbo ot our reader who, in ad
dition to their home paper, want a
national news and family jour
nal, are advitcd to tubtcribt lor
the St. Lonit Glouk Dcmochai,
vhich i pubhahed in the aolideit
central city of the Union and stands
at the very front among the UK ally
i.KKAr newspapers of the world.
The daily Gt.omt Dkmochat has
no equal in all the wrt and ought
to be in the hand of every reader
of any daily paper. The weekly
Gi.otiK Dkm kiiai, hsutd in aemi.
wrtkly cction, a bin aemi weekly
At I'M 101. lak ftn vkau, it In
dispensable to the farmer, the mer
chant or the profcoaiunal man who
ilcaitc to keep thoroughly potted
luit who ha not the time t J read a
large daily paper, while it great
vaiitty of well aclcttcd reading
matter makes it invaluable to every
member of the family. See adver
tisement elsewhere in tlii. itu and
wine to t!ie Globe Ftiuting Co.
St Loui. Mo., for iHtit samtlk
Kealuol Art 1'aleiiaUr aud Hay.
coril of llutiy'a lolii(a.
Tin' new I(.-hIiio1 Art CuU-udar for
l)j In one of tho moNt ii..niiiif,,i ..1
... .......u, v..t-
aiidiim wa r iaatiaM. SU aht-vta of
heavy iiminil.il papir coutulo ou
0110 a-ldo (tlx Uautlful color .i.i,..
of I1.1I1L MU,i ililldren, wbllo ou tbo
ivveracalda- arc drawling dtplctlOif
child llf,., with apca- lor tb ootu
ttou of baby V'aayinsa and doing.
It ha a work of art that w 111 rMtjtht
a molha-r'a In-art. S-nt postpaid by
tllU ItHINOI. ClIKMM -Al. CaiMIUNV of
ltaltliuora, Md., for two wrapper
from lU-nlnol Sa.ap, (ir one wrappor
and l." wut; air for 1(1 ca-uta a eala-u.