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Ilrlt-aatra Maat I'mfr Kara.
After 3D yours of tirRiimi'iits pro a ti 1
tun. the railroads lll imt Irmic frr?
trnnxirtatln to delegates Httrndlns
IxilltUiil conventions In Mistwmrl this
ve.ir. The ontor. which lias b'H-n lor
wanled to all of the principal railroad
oflnrs In Mlwurl. was Issued follow
ing the adoption of a resolution by thr
ppubllcan state ronimittie on Man h
10, TJ','6, urging the alo!lllon of free
transportation for dtdeKuttr. The rail
roads will make fpH-lal ratoa for dele
pates to the conventions, as Is done
for r'rons atirndinK religious pather
lnps. If the rallnad companies adhere
to their announced determination. 83
they are ple.lped to do. it will mean
a revolution in Missouri politics. Never
In the history of the present genera
tion has it been ncehsary for a dclo
j:ate to any state convention to pay
railroad fare. I'souilly the (xuii'Uey
has txen extended to candidates and
ns many hanccrs-on and "rootws" :s
carid to go. As a general thing, the
Kiime conditions have prevailed with
regard to Judicial, eontjres.siutml and
een county roneutlons. An old con
ductor on the Missouri Pacific once
said: "Kuilnc the legislature and
fctiout convention time e neer
htI to get a paid ticket reading to
j'-ni'rson t. itv . r.veryooiiy iiien, worn- j
en and een children tides on passes
Hapata- Itaaa for tar lur.
Men, women and children from all j
over South. t Missouri and South-!
eastern Kansa.- ale in Carthage for ;
the strawberry season. The crop this :
year will be the largest one known
for several years Strawberry season :
in S-mthwest Missouri is an event !
linked forward to by the poorer
clas-es. Every man. woman and i
child havir.p no vocation Is available ;
for the strawt-rry fields At Keeds
und at Sarcoxie, where the Lelds are
the lari-est. the strawberry men fur
nish tents for the pickers and the oc- .
casion Is a ral:i event The piar of,
the cities p.re always on hand. Many ,
entire families are numbered amor.p ;
the pickers. CWMne. utenvils. fuel j
and water are furnished, and in many j
instsmes tn-MiriHiiis who Indulce In,
the tjier!kprrv picking really are fur '
lict'yf i!T tlttjn if tlicV weie in ti e
ri'- It not only offers ft way of '
fiUie money, But the pleasures of ,
ifld; lnK are not overbsiked. Cooped i
i I s ti;nr.v tot these pickers have leen ;
JO fj-.!thy (-ty -shanties throughout the.
w'irjtrr. fCa'nf poor family liks upon !
fly .'i-T' s'liilnx-r and the tra'terrjr i
. as . KBc.t treat
kfh ' Tor Victati ltiarnlloa.
TI5MJ jie ; Missouri coutitles were
rcpreoiiite-l ki the pis'd nads coti
xer.tioii which met at Columbia In re
r;(;e'' to li e all of the ll sine county
i! t.j roti-J ler ways and means ..f
Ititii'rov the roads system f Mis-s-o
iji. 'Af'.fr the work of the conven
tivili .impleted inoM of the dfle-
F.tVt-w:nt Ui JerTerxon City for the
y$ir4 i4 4laclntt before liov. Folk
i.f) rexyinitiiendatlous of the conven
" Thf resolutions which i-intaln
r iifiViieR.lanons for un nmetulmeiit
toj'4 4 titl!utton ptol.l!r,K for coun
l J'-u of bonds and ;to cent t.n
fi f t VjI jrpos-s. The poll, y of sta'?
j(ptoed In form of u tax of
le Veptjn op the xa'.u.ittoti and
an pprtiprtstlon of $".0".t""' bv the
j.i to tal assembly. An extra
I'tjtt Is tec omii'.end-I In or.br that the
p!6t"vd nu,eii(liu nt mat Ik' voted ou
at'lhe tiexi ebstion in ! (".
ll y.'Trtie, IS Xe.iis idd, llieliitier if
tl j-tr:o1u:K1e class to hhh h
S.ie, clellxered .t be baccalaureato ser
n e; to .li' clnvs of 'mi of Jopltn hlch
i b'ool. It .. the first Instunce In
tl r s.tat'if a nieinber nf u gradual Idk
csi 111 li ft public schools filllnu the
xfJ1lon : u'f U.ic.'il.mrr.ite spiritual
pMir to those with whom he luid
cliioVd llinmsh the s -. l cimtse to
lt-i iinp'U'ttoii. True has leet pn;n h
li.f '-ittiy He w.'ia- 14 y'.its of ate and
I r i;ulvly oid.dnrd a minister a
)e aro. Mlth hr f mission nt
S itiiU .Vulnl. Ills audletic in
thf-i bfic iibuueate' sermon ftlicd the
Uf-J rt thfircli In (lie city to Its ca
p.ii y' dud pftve the closest attention
tilted. hWli 'l "
Iloelor Prlnalf t'rll llrad.
Pr. Kols'it IV Oavls of WiKslruff
dropju'd di'd at Jefferson City front
heart f.illvire. lr. l'avis 4'iit there to
read a iaMT In-fore the Slate Medical
association on typhoid feer. lie left
call at his 'r-jotnlnn Jionse for a
O'clock. Ik' Mil called and pot up,
tut fell dead on lh Iwd ln-fore be
could .di-e.-s himself. The body mam
imi f.iitiul mull noon. lr. J 1-.
Thorr. x.hn w.is called, pave It r.s
his HilBlii . that death was caused
fnm heart truuble, lie-ause some tuti
let UtVitltt in the isit kets of the dead
man, Welti, fot curdiar. trouble.
1 Viae Killed af t.aalae.
Jdity fulUvsn,' a llunlsvlllo oal
miner, aped 23. wus tut In two bv a
smlUliMiKltn- at Moberly. v bad
been walking atonic the main track
and tepite! on a siding to see No.
1 piu.r triiu lis ss when he mat
struck bv a siuh riiplne, the h(eis
cuttlUi; tls'luklf In two,
MlUlrlats Hrlli alma Halrr lltl.
lo'n.L)f Held, wh m. ittaduafH
fn hi Mluml .Miiixi tii y i'i )ei aso,
has ij(-ii l'ie n ! ' I'r j "'Hi In ivln
li i ' .! ' i i'i . r i. t - '.l.'i'
Urillh la Mliiourl Ilaaka.
The bankini; department of Secre
tary Swanprr's ofTV'e has rimpleted
the tabulation of the reort of the
financial condition to March 20, ltr..
of the SS5 Incorporated and private
bank and 2S trust companies In Mis
souri, an filed by these instlt'itlon. A
similar one made ten year ago shows
an Increase of 2'.5 banks and 28 tr it
companies, with an Increase of f 2 4 1.
?.4,r.H28 in resources. Ten )ear
aj"o there were no trust companies re
ported. In the report there are TS1
banks outside Kansas City, St. lxmls
and St. Joseph, with total resources
and corresponding liabilities of $11S,
IM.JM.! 42; 15 Incorporated bank3 In
St. Louis with 1 S.2T.1 .24 resources;
ekht lnioriKirated banks In Pt. Joseph
with $ 7.1 resources; 73 private
banks throughout the state. $$,174.
19 resources. Six ln-orrratpd
banks in Kansas City show I'l."."'.
2'.2 19 resources, niaklr.g a total of
2"7,2'l,!4r.fi9 resources, with eorre
Fsniln liabilities, for all the SS5
banks. The 2 trust companies of the
state have ir,::..".'', W.'s. i resources,
making th grand total resources .f
all the banks and trust companies
$'M".742.SS: i'.V The report shows in
Increase of one bank in Kansas Cl'y
i the last decade with an increase of 5 ;,-
S'1.S: o.V) in reiwntrces.
The t.mmr und t'lh l.aiv.
The pame and fish law, passed M
the last session of the legislature. Ins
proved f.ir le.uhlns: In Its erTea and "f
Interest to many individuals l"nus:i
a'ly ritid enforcement has resulted !a
hundreds of finw tttions In the .'t;.!e
co irts. the accumulation of a s ;b.-t.n
till fund for the maintenance of a
staff of wardens, and a noticeable bene
fit to thousands of sjsrts:i,en. who
find reT?atlon In the vise of roc or
L'tin. The new law. whbh was wr!t-
: ten and lntniduced Jn the legislature
i by H. K. Walmsley. a representative
! from Kansas City, has Isen lr efTet
i les than or.e year. In that time there
' has ls-n (,ilwtcd, from licer.se fe"s
and f.nes. nearly $.'",o, now in Uie
; custody of J. H. Ithixles, state warden,
i and available for use as sabries and
! exN-!i"cs for deputies und f ir lecal ser
; vices in pmseciitions. The license
i f"s s were contributed by hunters In
, every county In the state the cost in
;t'-h case U i!:p (1 IV
llmdniir Itlila'l ( are.
Miss Cirace Hughes, d lighter of Mrs.
P. C. Mnphes, died here recently of
consumption. Miss llnphes Is the
voutii; oi:ian a'sxit whom so much
was written a year apo as havinp ln
cured of tul erculosis by sleeping in the
op n air. The disi ase first developed
IS months ao. Cpon advice of a lo
cal physblan Miss Huphes sp-nt last
summer in a tent In the rear of the
Huphes residence In Carthapc. At the
close of the summer, presumlnc she
had been cured, she resumed her slsde
In the house. Alut two months po
she lwp in suddenly to decline. As
sisin as the weather became warm she
went back to her tent but It was tia
l.i'e. She wa.s l'.t years of (ire.
Salat l.raatrr la lte Tarre.
Frederick M. Smith, the future pre
ld lit of the Kisiri-atil ed I Jitter Pay
Saints' (hiiiih. ill s.sin make In
depndence his home. He has bepun
excavating for a resident e In Siu;ii
Crs!er aven ie, whhh he will occupy
with his family. Mis priv-cnt home is
at l.-imonl, la. Mr. Smith is the first
counselor lo his father. President
Joseph Smith, and aso. late editor
of the Saints' Herald, the church pa
per published at l.smonl. At the re
cent pi neral conference in liiilejien
ilence President Joseph Smith received
a revelation designating his ton,
rrederh k M. Smith, as his suceei.-..r
whenever he himself became umtldt)
tJ fill the duties of the olTb-e.
flov Pi Ik comniiited the s-iiltenilrtry
sentence of Clay Sccoy of Pemiscot
county, pnd the prisoner was re I eased
fnoii the Institution. Sccoy sua sen
tenced In February. i;ol. ti two years
In the fMMilieptlnry for assault to kill
The prose utlnp attorney and other
oili-era of Pemiscot county p-tltlo'n d
for the releise from the penllercUary.
which as planted on rordllfexa thil
Scimv ol ey the l;wa '.
atailfali t'labt wlih Ikaaara.
Several hunilred I nherslty tf Mis
souri students enpaped In a flpht wito
shown, en ftoin the Cole M.-otheiV cir
cus and as a result Mavnard M. M
IVde, a freshman from Craig, Mo, wa
shot In the head and is lit a critical
condition In the Parker hospital at
Columbia auJ several others are slipht
l.arae Ileal la Shera.
Johnson Pros . of Mexico, Mo., soh'
DiI.ihsi pounds of w.sd and 7.issi hee
to J. 11. HopMns, of Ad.Ur county. This
is one of the larpest deals of its kin.!
vcr loiisiinini.itej in Audrain county
'(aa I'aaari Near xsareellae.
The Ijin.lreih-C.triiilchacl Prill com
pany struck pas one mlie went of Mar
iclliie at a depth of 21') feet. The
I lessur Is strong enouph to fon-e the
water out of the pipes and to make
considerable noise In cscapinp. Furth
er nspecllUii will b rapidly pushed.
Ta Make a VX m w a a llaaar.
A llunnitisx Hie sape has observed
that ne vxay lo mttke a woman h; p
Is to bring lur a pottel plsnt a dis
lll-e of 1 O'-lt tulles that si. coulj buy
fliounl lh loii.cr lor 1j oi.li
HE WENT ON CRUTCHES
All Madiclnaa Failed Until Cr. Wil
liams' Pink Puis Curad H
"Some years a(,"."saTs Mr. W. IL
Clark, a printer, living at CI 2 liuchatiaii
street, ToM'ka, Kaiis., "I bail lad at
tack of rheumatism and could ii"t Mrra
to flft over It. All sorts of medicines
fulled to do me any good ami my trouble
kept fretting worse. My feel were so
swollen that I could not fw shoes and
I had to go ou crutches. The paiu u
" One day I was settinit the type of an
article for the paper telling wiintDr.
Williams' Pink I'lils bal done for a man
afflicted as I was and I was so impressed
with it that I determined to Rive the
medicine a trial. For a year my rheu
matism had U-eii prowii.jj worse, but
after taking lr. Williams' Pink I'll! I
uepan to liupruTe. The paitt and swell
lug all disappeared and I can truthfully
say that I haven't felt better in the past
twenty years than I do ripht now. I
could name, oil hand, a hn'if-dozeti peo
ple who have used Dr. Williams' l'mk
Ii"s at my snpp'stiou and who have re
ceived pood results from them."
Dr. Williams' I'ink Tills are puaran
teed to be snf" ami harmless U the liiot
d iii-ate constitution. They contain uo
morihiue, opiate, narcotic, nor any
thing tocanMj a drug habit. Tin v do not
ai't on the bowels but tin y Bctu;iily make
new bl'swl and strenp'hen the nerves.
Dr. Williams' 1'iuk 1'ills cure rhenma-
tism Is-causa they make rich, red blood
and no man or woman can have healthy
b! d and rhenmatistn at the same time.
Tbey have alsij cured many cases if
aiia'tnia, nenrulpia, scintica, partial pa
ralysis, locomotor ataxia and other dis
eases that have not vitldel to ordinary
All drnpirists s. 11 Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills or they will Is sent br mail, post
paid, on receipt of price, 60 cents p r
box. six lsxe f.vr f .) .Y. by the Ir. Wil
liams Medicine Co., bchtuectady, N. Y.
CLOTCXS AST) COITDrCT.
Addlscn could cot write his best on- ;
lets ho was welt dressed. !
Every man and every womin feels '
the ln&uence of clothes and appearance ;
upon conduct. j
Indeed, in a millennium of free 1
clothes of the latest fashion we shall !
all be trchanpeU. J
You have heari cf the lonely man In
the Australian ousn who always put I
on evening dress lor dinner, so that !
he mlglit remember he was a genUe- I
Put a nauphty plrl Into her best
Sunday tloihes. and she will behave
tjulte mce'y. r'ut a blackguard Into
khaki and he will be a hero. Pu:
an omnibus conductor Into uniform
and he will live up to his clothes.
LIMB RAW AS PIECE OF BEEF.
Suffered for Three Years with Itching
Humor Cruiser Newark TJ. S. N.
Mas Cured by Cutlcura.
"I suffered with humor for ahouf j
three years off and on. I finally saw
a doctor and he gave me remedies that j
did me no good, so I tried Culleura j
when my limb below the knee to the j
ankle was a. raw as a piece cf beef, i
All I used was the Cutlcura Soap and '
the Ointment. I bathed with Cutlcura
.. . .. . i - . . !
I fcviay i tri ,i un, aiivj upi'u ah.'vu cia I
or sevn lioxes of Cutlcura Ointment, j
I wss thorouphly cured of the humor j
In three weeks, and haven't been af- j
fected with It since. I use no other i
Foap than Cutlcura now. H. J. Myers, I
V. S. N V. S. 8. Newark, New York, j
July 8. 1SUS."
Some one said to Iirother Williams:
"They have a balloon fad tow, and
you ran so up and cool off In the
"Yes. sub," he replied. "Fn flara
4 much thunder en lUhlnln' up dar.
I reckon lots er "urn will feel lak' dey
wui rlfht at home 'specially de mar
ried folks!'" Atlanta Constitution.
Deafness Cannot lie Cured
tor-al arelrall ma. a ihf ranaol ra lh 4'a
aad p.ir:tvia ;'t tti r. 1 lpr u i f Ma a ia
rr tiara aal Ittat ! by miiiihui rar.ca.
KftraMt ( rauHsl lr aa ma.itieit -.toiii..a ut ilia
a. n.m. Htiria o iba kiiiap ta t uta. a ba itila
lie M tnA.uir4 Il hull Naliilbl ak4 lui-arfi-rl
h.arlna aod tb,i II la atttr.y ci lrf-a-
ta !! rf.u'l at4 aui- ib tuffau.ittali.a cm ba
taca t at, 4 ih a uw n-crea i. lia a-ai c.ili.
avarlaa a hi t a-teMl f irmwr , aua aa
au la ara taua4 tf I aiarJh altUh ta aM.
kn aa tnflan4 c JKS nt lua micml aarfaaa.
at, i tiua liupdrvi L ,ara ft-r aa? ( oif
fVaneaa ituM4 I' ri,rrhi It.ai (aaa.4 K car4
tr llaii a CaiafrS V. m. eaivd far rlr a.ar- fTiMi.
r J cukSkV a so.. Ix.aiQ.
S.ua tr rru?Ylu
laaa ilau a awi H. la tut asiavailBatloa.
At ths Dinner Party.
Mr. Ilrnpeck (to herself ) Look at
iny hubsnd, over there, dlstraclnf us
with his frightful manners! If I had
that book cn table etlsutte here bow
Id throw It In his face! Family
Important ta Mother.
Zxsmlae carrfally ary soul of CA9TOHIA.
a aafa an4 aura raaoaalf lor lafasu ao4 caUOiaa.
Sad that It
la Cas Foe t SO Yaaira.
Tta aUad Ta Uar Jaras BuaU.
The sun that shines
rlsea ta the heart.
la tbe face
aaa 'Viia 1 aa im wmS
TEOrtS 171 TJLIST.
John I. Friyler, a Keneca Id'Clsn, ss
received j-ertnlmlon to tale the
York state br t xsmlnat ion.
I' til J. Ilalney, a wealthy New
Yorker, Is having a wlrejeaj ytt:n of
telepTS.ohy las'aiiel on bis ysht. Ats
on. blb will be the first American
steam y ht thuj equipped.
District At'-orn? Jerome, cf New
York, who Is at present la to lime
light, pleads gailty to three weak
cesses candy eating, crxjklcg i'.rsLjj
dishes, and maklpft f-jrnlture.
Chaplain Rev. Francis Doherty, cf
the Secevteenth United States In
fantry, stationed tl Fort McPhereon,
edits a little paper called "The Haver
sack." which ti widely read among
soldiers, and is frequently oopied. j
George GrlSlth, the English giobe !
trot'er, who his seven times enrirclei ,
the earth, says he meats to travel do ;
more, but will bo 'id a home cn tie ;
Isle of Msn and rt:le down to novel- !
writing as a neighbor of Hall Calne j
Thnmis Lewis, tbe sob of an African
king who Is studying mediciD at the !
Syracuse ucHersUv, has devised f.har-
arters to expresi the lacpafe of cli i
tribe. He propels to translate the 1
Eible anJ to introduce the Christina j
religion among the natives. His hone j
Is In Llber'.t, and upon the crmp:ioa i
of his course he expects to become a j
medical missionary to his people.
J. P. Webster holds the u&ique 51s- i
tinctlon of being the only mayor Wa-j- i
corca. Is., has ever had, tho-jgh th j
place ha been incorporared 23 years.
He was selected a the first mayor In
16S3, ana has continued tt serve ever
; since. He has Just been elected for
! two years more, which will make his
j record as mayor f quarter cf a cen
j tury. He is 2 years old. and the old
j et mayor in the state. He Is hale and
"TTV.te Eisease" la Africa.
Fir liarry Johnston, tie famous ex
plorer, ot.ee escaped tron a very t'.g-t
ccraer In Africa ty a ce-r strata
pera. A score or two of murderous
cativea had surrounied tls teat, lew
which, before rushing it, they sent aa
envoy. The envoy was told the small
yox was la camp, and a wretched Al
bino was sent out as the awful exam
ple. In five minutes the scared trlbes
rr.en had vanished. As Sir Harry we'!
knew, they feared the "white ffeaie"
more than ail the Invention of Maxini
I FITS. St. Vitua Dance and all Xerrons
I-.-iw a pcra..os-iitly cured by lr. K..ire
Oreat Nerve I. torer. !send for Free
' tr al hettle ;.r 1 tr.ti-. Ir. U H. Klrie.
; Ld., WJl and SU3 Anh i-t.. Philadelphia, Pa
Not All Bad.
The can wbo kicks about four-dollar
Ice bills forpet that they dca't
coae till the $i0 coil tills step. N.
If yon u 1V11 Jt'-je. cet T.e-l Crc Ta'1
riue. the 1: ls.ii lilue. Lare 2 to.
pai.Lr.c:e cr.ly 5 rtnts.
- . - i
He I g to ted at clpht with glove
en to kev my hands scft.
Fhe And do you wear your hat,
too! Illustrated B'.ts.
Mra. W I natn v' Sx,t Klnf errap.
uniLkLiva. a j (a. t ura ibti cujb X
Csuse of Failures
Many of the failures cf life are due
to the want of jrit or business nerve.
flarf.el.l Ten. the herb lTtive,
than druki and ureni ratliarlica;
It Is human nsture to wonder how
so nsany Incompetent people succeed
where we caa't Judge.
It is one the commonest
drugs lo remedv it
L I t i f
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
srbtch eor.talns the whole wfcet irraia and does not oa'v help ta keep tSe bowr'.s
reRuUr, but puts you ta pj.:oa cf truod biwoj, healthy skia, and f iwai nour
Ubmect to the whole body. On a tnoaj of this Food yoa oa til tucoat
without the feelings of hunger than any other article of d;et knowa. It n-er
causes indigestion. One package, at a cost ol tea cvz'.t, is ejai ia ooartah.cAeat
to three loaves of bread.
Palatable-Nutritious- Easy of D I settlor, mnd Ready to Cat
Css te sarvetf sot rut ia a tot xss Iwitn satasta; ar cwsa la aula la a Ma,
I'T. -nca, ta laaaaau IoS aaaael, tt malar aT Ur. Prara's Craaaa Bating raa), D.iK
f lavofin( a it r a. la. Ka . iam Sar aai J..f t'liiiiu, taa ar Saaa aa..at.
aotaitkaiai.liu atiaauaua ra4 laa. la caaaa aa af k a nvJliv kaa a aa
CaUifakaa aa taatf li-i anvaia. 1 a. aa aa anaalaiaa gaaraawaa a4 laaar f ia ily aa4 auuv
A Certala Car tor PrW, Hot. ActUs reel. a.ta-
DO NOT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE.
fD! I PC'kO MONEY TILL
to my ue. ul:h great
In ti'O v?.'ry cbsU.na:e
cf habitat mlscarnaa
tm. is nKst doctor
I use it."- Good for
cdical pain, and ether femala
trouble. Try It
Sold by &U aOrvst
till I MKZSi i
Poitir!r rcre by
tkese lattie ruis.
tress tnzar. ,sla.la-
I i p,iLLS'
SiCstiia sil 1-M ZjtW.j
ti'T-f. A jstrbct rria
tr terrtr-ss. Saw.
'A Ci Jttri Onus!
Tnnraa. Piua ti C fSia.
rejraie CSe Boweis. ynrety Yeg-eMiuo,
JVMiPILL SILLC:!L SKILL F?.X
Gtnoins i';st E-esr
at .eWaf -, ft
MAKE EVERY DAY
7T'r --U no r.itler her
, bzi the wefliec
anora o oe
When vrxi buy
looK for the
SION OF THE FISH
FRANK F. LTwlS, Paaria. EL
Prtrtnator ef TB Toil pnacaer Parkaaw
B.aa "Lj baa cbU Uaaaa &m&m
tViiea RmmI at Oaca.
It cleavnses, soothes I
. 'VwlavJUT aaa J
cea-s ana protects
th daaea Ciena
brane. It cores Ca.
lavTh ax 1 drives
stoiree Lha Sens -a cf
Tt and Snx lU Full &3cts.,at I'ruj-J-is's
or by niaj ; TrUl fire 10 eta, by nal
1-1 J lixviier. tii Wa.-Ta btrwU New Xcvik.
causes of a'.l diseases.
i t I
aa ia Sua.
' m worn
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benef.MT.w P. 'Wslktz.JzLl.lXz. Art. "and
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