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He Wanted to Know WJiftt lloeh
Meruit mul Ho Found Out.
Homo days rtffo (Jovernor Koch
.sent a mo.s?i.ptoUio lejrifdnture,
suKijestinu 1 hat Representative
Trinj?, of Anderson, should "et
Vm up" for having tho name bill
passed twice. Senator WaRcn
cr thought that 'Vet 'cm up"
was n queer expression, for the
governor of a prohibition state to
use, so ho hiul a resolution adopt
ed asking the Rovernor to ex
plain. Governor Hoch sent the
following message explaining:
"To the Semite: I um in re
ceipt of senate resolution No. 40,
introduced by the senator from
Atchison county, requesting me
to explain what was meant by the
term 'set Vm up,' as used in my
veto message of senate bill No.
311. This expression, used play
fully, and without any particular
meaning, and possibly hardly
comporting with the dignity of
your body, seems to have had,
if not good, at least un unex
pected, effect, in that it has caus
ed the emaciated corpse of the
Kansas Democracy to take on the
semblance of life and sit up and
"The belief in miracles is here
strengthened by absolute proof,
showing that the proper call will
restore an imitation of the dead.
If the Angel Gabriel, standing
with one foot on land and one on
sea, w ere to blow such u blast
from his trumpet that the moun
tains should rock to their bases,
the Democratic party would
probably sleep on undisturbed,
but if he were even to whisper
the magic words, 'set 'era up,'
the grave of this moribund or
ganization would give up its dead,
and from the entire aggregation
headed by the talented and hand
some senator from Atchison,
would come the answer in swell
ing chorus: 'We will take the
."E. W. Hoar, Governor."
Senator Waggfner "set 'em
up" to a barrel of apples, and
had a bottle of mineral water
sent to each senator. He said it
was against the constitution to
furnish liquor, and he thought
mineral water was what the Re
publicans needed, anyway.
The Delineator for April.
April being an important
month in the fashion world, the
April Delineator is primarily a
fashion number, containing an
elaborate portrayal of the Spring
stylos and the latest fashion
news. In the literary portion of
the mag;izine the first installment
of a new serial story by Albert
Digelow Paine is an item of note.
It is called "The Lucky Piece; a
Story of the Mountains," and
promises well from the early
chapters, Another series, "Lit
tle Sketches of travel," opens
with an intimate description of
the children of Oberammergau,
later to be known to fame us the
actors in tho Passion Play. Amu
lour collfi tois will be able to
gain much u-ful information
from an article on lustre ware by
N. Hudson Mi aire, and Gustav
KoMm! contributes a very inter
esting puier, strikingly illustrat
ed, on The Stage and the Sec
ond Solf." Short stories by
Virginia W. Cloud and Elmore li
lVako atv other features, in ad
dition to pastimes and tales for
children by I Frank Haum,
Grace MacGowan Cooke - and
other. The domostie columns
are of particular interest and
Claude Green, a young farm
hand working for II. P. Powell in
Summit township, while hauling
fodder a few days ago with a
heuxy team of mules, was thrown
down and run over by the wagon
two w lie'ls passing over his b.dy
Ijucaking two rib and bruising
him badly otln-i w isc. Tin team
started to run and he ran tot bier
head. 4 and tried to stop them,
and in doing so was throw n dow n
and taught under the wheels of
Dr. JtoMnsoM ICemoved.
Nevada, Mo., March 3. At a
late hour this evenintr the new
board of Statu- AsyluiM foril oln
snna No. 3 leinove.l Dr. J. F. Rob
in ton from the ollice of superintend
ent and gave the place to Dr, L, 11
Callaway, of this city. K. W.
Mitchell, editor of the l'ot, the lo
cal Folk organ and a candidate be
fore the Democratic state conven
tion last summer for secretary of
slate, was made secretary of the in
stitution. There is a report that
Dr. Robinson will refuse to be de
throned, as it bat only been a year
since he was elected for a four-year
term. He has been superintendent
about ten years, , having been first
elected under the administration of
Dr. Callaway was a candidate
against Robinson once before, but
was defeated. Callaway is a busi
ness sssoc'stion of A. It. Cockrell
and II. L. Daly, the local Folk
Too Much Instruction.
Some remarks made by Judge
Sherwtxnl in Sid way v. Missouri
Land, etc., Co., 1(53 Mo. iJti, re
garding the too-prevalent habit
of over instructing juries, arc ae
spectfully called to the attention ot
trial judges wherever this may find
them. After remarking that nine
and a half printed pages of instruc
tions wers too much for the average
jurv to digest and understand,
Judge Sherwood said: "The
changes rung on all the phases of
this case, and some not ot this case,
by this vast array ol ( instructions,
reminds one of what Judge Scott
used to say was 'like the multiplica
tion table set ta music' We have
remonstrated with the trial courts
for years about the great improprie
ty and frequent injustice resulting
from writing or giving instructions
by the acre, but without avail, and
so resort must be had to more dras
tic measures. We, therefore, hold
that the great number of instruc
tions given in this instance, of itsclt
warrants a reversal of the judg
ment." Law Notes.
There are no Democrats an the
Missouri legislature who are fools
enough to vote for any Republican
for senator. They know if they do
that ends their political life and
prospects. So it will that of any
Republican who votes for a Demo
crat for that ollice. There will be
a Republican senator elected or
none at all. And he will be elected
by Republican votes or uone at all.
Physicians tell us that all
the blood in a healthy
human body passes through
the heart once in every two
minutes. If this action be
comes irregular the whole
body suffers. Poorhealth
follows poor blood ; Scott's
Emulsion makes the blood
pure. One reason why
is such a great aid is because
it passes so quickly into
the blood. It is partly di
gested before it enters the
stomach ; a double advan
tage in this. Less work
for the stomach; quicker
and . more direct benefits.'
To get the greatest amount
of good with the least pos
sible effort is the desire of
everyone in jxior health.
Scott's Emulsion docs just
that. A change for the
better takes place even be
fore you expect it.
W't il!Kn4 rev a
B tun (h.t llil
picture In th lorin of
11 Ubel tii
ptr ui every Urftl ul
fcniwlMua yut buy.
Svrr Si Bvwks
409 rWM., tt.Y.
' i "
Until Hatate 1 ranatera.
V. T Ciravott to Prank Marmon
10 acre nection 8 West loint,
see, 1 1 Howard $ ImX),
V W Walker to R T Judy SO a
see 21 Homer t-000.
M A Ferris to A J Hoover pt lot
LA Sommcrs to M J Martin
HO acres Keotion 20 Charlotte,
D E Ayres to 11 K Mooney 40 a
sc 25 Mt Pleasant 1100.
D E Ayres to II H Hancock
40 acres section 25 Mt Pleasant,
Joseph Standler to M J Staff
ord blk 24 Connelya ad Rich Hill
D E Garrison to J W Dixon lot
12 blk 5 Rich Hill $26.
Marada Brewer to C F Pilaris
40 a sec 14 Mingo $1)0.
M Li Timmons to Sherman
Herrens 40 a sec 31 Grand River
J F Mosher to Sallie Mosher
GO a sec 8 Spruce $H00.
Mary W Gilmore to W IJ Gil
more etal lot 2 Adrian $500.
John W McDonald to Graut
Shaw 320 a sees 5 & 6 Elkhart,
II 13 Owen to Maggie Hash lot
1 blk 5 Burdett $125.
J C M Young to C F Beard ft
al 16 acres section 16 Deepwater,
Ross Grosshart to G D Dal
gliesh part block 30 Rockville,
Mary P Armentrout to R L
Scott feO acres section 17 Elkhart
RL Scott to Mary P Armen
trout und lr3 int 1(30 a sec 17Elk
T B Porter to J W Porter
10 acres section 10 Dcr Creek,
James L Stewart to J O Sears
lots 22 21 and 21 Adrian $40.
J S Wrighn to Samuel Walls
lots 273 274 275 276 & 277 Adrian
O S Condid to J W Tacker t ract
sec 27 Mound $150.
Theodore Fitzgerald to G W
Ashbaugh 7tt a sec 'M East Boone
Ruth A CrtMrdrich to J V Knight
120 a sec 21 & 22 Grand River,
Walter Conway to L D Askew
40 acres section 20 East Boone,
Hurley Lumber Co to John W
Houck lot 10 block 14 W Side ad
I J Jenkins to Thos Lackey
lots 12 and 13 block 34 Atnoret,
JuliaAOng to Geo W Gragg
K) acres sec 35 Hudson $:kXX).
Thos Lackey to J W Puyton ct
al 03 a see 31 Homer $2070.
Helen Dillon to A J EtherUm
120 a sec 31 Mound $2700.
S L Welcome to G W Welcome
44 acres section 33 Rockville,
Walton Trust Co to W E Mas-
terson lots 5 & 0 blk 5 Rich Hill
IiuisF IKe toll F Harris
253 a aw 4 Monnd $15000.
Mary E Small to II A Criglor
lots 1 & 2 blk 1 Standish ad Hume
Surceas Mummed L'p.
"Whati the secret of uc
ces?" asked tho Sphinx.
"Push," ku14 the Button.
"Never be led," said the Pen
"Take nains." said the Win
"Always keep cool," said tho
"Be up to date," said tho Cal
endar. "Never lose your head," said
"Make light of everything,"
said the Fire."
"Do a driving business," said
"Aspire to greater things,"
said the Nutmeg.
"Bo sharp in all your deal
ings," said the Knife.
"Find a good thing and stick
to it," said the Glue.
"Do the work you are suited
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Lot Angelen, S ania lidibara, San 1'taiu is':o $1$
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The Rock Island runs improved Tourist Sleepers
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The trip may be made in perfect comfort at such a
slight expense that you cannot afford to miss it.
Write to-dny and wo will send ynu our Illustrated
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JliUl:! r.r.vant f.ldji..
KANSAS CITY, MO.
HIGH GRADE NURSERY STOCK
Plrrx't to tlip planter t let 1 Im 11 hair tin- usual prii-i-H. Wo have
now irrowlnjr In our NL'UNKItlCS over Two Miu.io.s Kin it Tkkim
by actual count
Yauietien mr trun to uitnm aud 110 diaeuse. Insivtorn ccrtiflcnte
with each fthlpuicnt, Milpiiiontm tli- p.-iat rx-aion ex-ii(-0 M(i,on) trv-. To
par Men who wtab to buy in qtiMiitiilen. f will U trriul to wild unin
pies of onr trw frw r elmrpe. Si-inI l.if our lrt nii-rivB Liht." now
ready. WE 1'AY T1IK KKKIUIIT Tir Vol U HT.VTluS.
NEW HAVEN NURSERIES, New Haven, Mo.
Hnd 10c to pay poataae. mi.r wln-n you kiw thin nlvi'rtim uu-nt,
nnd wo will wnil you t ia.K .i LiuultK Klukkta June btnU.
I)W rate nnl n-riorinHy eon
iltifte! service are fintun f tin
"Katy" route to '!lforiilu Tht
rUMl will Ik? xptloimlly low
March 1st to May loth.
SUods,$30; Kansas City. $25
I'raroHtotMkl Bate frwa all OiUr
ItAty" Tunriat Slepera run
Iowwii Bt, IoiiIh nnil Sn Fran-cl-K-o
without clmupi'. Vou
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not h-ave It until you tvuch I .oh
Aiijn-li or Nun FrnnciM-o.
Au rxcuntlou ni-iit 1m in cltiiri
ot euli car nil tho war ami will
we to your comfort ho Ik th'n
tor ttjat purp hh w-ll na point
out the plut of Intcn-Ht nlonc
the way. lie la both a Kuldc mul
an lutrpr-tr ort of n "man
froiu tK)k'a." wlumi rht-f it 1 111 U
to to tho comfort isikI ronven
k'uee uf tlie occupant tf tho cur.
If you're thinking of vicitin
Culifornhv, won't you let ua've
ThcWotnan's Home Compan
ion for March contains half a doa
en articles of startlinii interost.
In "Tne Freak AmuMnncnts of
'Hih Sot ii-ty " the alisiirilitit s
of the life of Home of our wry
rich rxHiple urg laid bare, llonry
Irvinu; DKljt bcinn u wrics of
articles on "Tho Truth Alnmt
Food-Adultemtion." Marion liar
laml return to fiction, and con
tribute a nerial bh full of inter
est a thofio book) which haw
made her tho most jHpular wo
man writer in America. 'The
Moki Indian Snake-Dance" pives
a htrnno iicture of mv;(.'e
America. Ilicre are four hort
Htorio by well known writers.
The departments nre tinii.Hu.dl.v
full of matter pi'rtuinii)),' tohou-r
hold interest, and enpt-i ially are
they timely in "uifu'ewtionN for
KurileninK' and entertainment. t
for the uprintf. lulilihe(l l-y
Tlie t'rowell FublishiiiK t'ompa-
ny, Sprintctield, Ohio; ono dollar
a year; ten cent a copy.
Lal week Adrian iiirnxl ..
'Four well en the Mnii n
farm, aeven milea iionliwt
Adrian, were ahot ye-.lcn.lny. .i
of them are oil bearing, I ut it 0
not known how rxiiinuve Mir ui
ply will be. The pio.p. tl- f 1 1
Kuther are good.
The IUpublican. of IV r O. . k
townkhip me a Aarisn, Tc' . i;
and noimnatnl, W. II. Dt-Arm
truktee, Ja. Hal) c'rik mi i,
Wilson Adam ami L. W 1'uin.oi
jtitticea ot the pi at e ami mruih-1
of the townthiu boaid The lit kii
I a good one w't 'i! I" c 1 1
1 tbey t out aud vuie.
DR. Gr. N. SHARP,
Aral filaiMiiacturer of
Family Itemed tea. t t
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