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i CO. H. DoWFI.L,
I'd! tor tiiul MuiiiiR'rr.
Kuliscripllon price f l.do per yen r.
Lntcred tit the Ki.lt Mill
of!ire ns ("ffotiil clnH mntO r.
For president :
William If. Taft.
For Vice President,
James S. Shurman
IIkrbekt S. Ham.ky
For Lieutenant Governor:
Jacb F. Gmei.uii
For ijecretaiy of State:
John E. Swaxcer
For State Auditor:
Jesse A. Tollerton
For State Treasurer:
Wii.tiR F. Making
For Attorney General:
Frank 15 Ftlkerso.x
For Railroad and 'Warehouse Com
William V Wilder
For Judge Supreme Couit :
For Judce Kansas City Court
Arch B. Davis
For Representative in Congress
(6lh ritrict.) , ',
William (.). Atkksox
For Judge of County Court
R. M. Wilcox
For Judge of County Court
JJSouth District. .
For Prosecuting Attorney;
Geo. pemi'letos .
Charles F. Heard
For Treasurer ;
Wm. W. Pakx.
Wm. a. Seam cs
For Futlic Administrator:
For Coroner :
Wm. A. Rcnixsu.x
EEpubHcEnCcur.l Ger.icl Ccrrmitee
(.iraud ltlver .
Kant Iloone ..
... .....Dr. S. Miller
)-' li Cummins
It. K. Boiling
C K Khockey
A ' Itarrou
W II Hart
MoucJ Jan Drysdnle
J P Herman
K K Kluney
.. J. A. Horljuu
M. II. Price
... Th ml llurjier
, ...J C iM.oilltlr
... M.it Simpson
K. S I Ii-i j u ft
....i: v.. Mori
.... Jsrcd (irlirN
.. i: v st iij-iiH
Ohhk' J K Marl m
Howard 8 It lluiu jtir--
Ml-Plcm-mit C A I liniuW
6th District Republican Congres
Chairman J A Overliy, I'rich.
Secretary (Ml lomo.iu, llo'deii.
Treasurer (' A t'liuinlern, iluilci.
ltule Co (.' A I'liaiulwi h.
Co O V llijj lit.
( siir Co .Ish 1' ll.irtlev.
Dmlo Co Phil rt (irlllitli.
iteury Co J A Ovcitiy.
JoIihhou Co KJ KliulUhl.
til CluUeCo W V Law ton.
Taft was given a great ncei
tion in St. Louis Tuesday.
TheHulkan States, iho start
JnSf joint ('f most of
lurope's war fctaies, have de
clared themselves free fromTur
ley and unless Genoaiiy, I'lng
laud uud i'ruiH.- t p in,
there a propf'tof u bloody
war. 'J'bi. re is nNo a ( hanc f"i"
war bttwiui Uorii.iuiy
I A song written iu Esperanto Is
j t lie sealed and not made public
jv.-itil Who wants to live a
hundred years to litr it. .
Bryan must be an export at
slating future cabinets by this
A Kansas barber runs a shoo
store, in connection. It wuM be
pleasant to have him lather you
and then stop to go sell a pair of
Governor Folk is billed to
makethiee speeches in Bates
county on Monday, October 19th.
He speaks at Adrian at 10:30 a.
m , Butler, 1:30 p. m., and Rich
Hill at 7:00 p. in.
Bryan will deliver twenty
three speeches in Missouri this
fall, most of them north of the
Mi.asi.6ri River. These will all
be delivered in 24 hours.
One hundred and thirty dead
men voted ia four wards in St.
Louis, at the primary election.
We wonder if the party plat
forms are published in Esperan
to in Heaven.
A man may be judged by the
company he keeps and a city can
be judged by its schools. There
it is that the future of the coun
try i3 determined. There it is
that associations are formed that
last throughout life. Show the
pupils and teachers that you are
interested in them and they will
do their best work pay no at
tention to the schools and the
work becomes listless and the
whole community suffers.
The Democratic press is telling
that DeArmond got post-offices
for Warrensburg and Clinton.
Warrensburg people say that
they understand that their post
office was secured by Senator
Warner, along with those at
Clinton and Lexington. DeAr
mond in Congress has the repu
tation as "the man with the rasp
ing voice," and "the man who
tights John Sharp "Williams, the
Democratic leader." His chief
work in the house seems to be
makinc speeches rasping the
speaker and the majority side.
The Primary Law was passed
by the Democratic party and it
is the general opinion that it was
meant as a handicap to the Re
publican party- Tb scheme
would have worked if the prim
ary election had been conducted
fairly, but the corruptness in the
Democratic voto has changed
things and given the minority
party the advantage. Cowherd
is a good man no doubt but his
shady nomination by the Demo'
cratic "Old Guard" makes him
an unpopular candidate. The
people of Missouri by their votes
four years ao. buried the "Old
Guard" and Fd Butler in par
titular. At present Butler is
out for Cowherd, and in the
grand jury investigation of the
illegal voting in St. Ixuis, Butler
signed the bonds of all those in
dieted until the court refused to
accept him us a bondsman. If
Cowherd is elected he will be
under obligations to Butler, if he
is loyal to his supporters, and the
people of Missouri have had
enough of Butler and of his
Indians. Remember that But
K r, the old timebobs in St Louis
is in tin; game again and working
for Cowherd. The only way to
btoj) Uulter now is to elect Had
ley !U11 the Republican ktate
ticket, along with a Republican
h'jUktture. We hy Republican
legislature because a Democratic
leeinlature will elect Stone to the
Senate und Stone is the candi
date of the "Old CUurd." The
"Old Guard" or machine ia mak
ing a de.sparato effort to regain
. control of the Democratic party
TRYiiiG TO IIOuJ
Pm)crts Pursuing Thclf Usual
Double l aced Policy.
fjpholding? )51sfrsiehlmnt la ti
.South While Forming Colored
Bryn Cuba in West
(From the r.alilmor Sun, Dera.)
General WludelJ S. Hanxlt. nh
wan th LVruocratlo nominee for Presi
dent la 1HD0, rWlared tbe tariff was
principally "lixnl question" that li
t say, a rennaylraiiia Democrat might
be a protectionist for protection'! sale,
while a Democrat In Georgia or la
Iowa might hold fat to the doctrlnt
of a tariff for revenue only. The Mna
cliuiwttB Democrat might I a free
trader without reservation of any kind,
whlla the West Virginia Democrat
might be a free trader only witb re-
eyect to eommodltlea which wore not
frodueed by hl owu State. General
Hnncock'a rronoiinoenient was consid
ered an toreulona evasion of the t jrlfT
lesue, but It dltl not produce hxriuoiiy
In the Democratic party, and the gen
eral waa defeated.
Tw-enty-elght years bare pn..od alnee
General Hancock defined the larlfT aa
a lecal question upon whUU the Drmo
erata ef each J?tate were fr-e to act
wltb retard ehli-fly te bwal Interesla.
Tfce prlndpla wbk-b be then formu
lated aaema to bav bevn adopted toy
Democrat! In the W"et in respect to
tbe relation of tbe Democratic party
to the negro. Iat week tbe West Vir
ginia Democratic convention pmbodlej
In tts platform plauka demanding cer
tain Qualifications fof voters, defined
to disfranchise many negroca. Their
platform also contains a declaration In
favor of separate coachen for white
and negro pasaengers on railroad. The
West Virginia Democrats not on1;e re
fnsa to bold out tbe olive brauh to
tbe negro and Invite hlra Into their
fold, but they are determined to limit
b!a political activity by a dlsfranchla
log law and to bring bliu umler the
operation of a "Jim Crow" law when be
travtla on the rallroada of that State.
What are tba Premiaesf
Out In Nebraska and In Kansae th
Democratic campaign managers are
rgenixuig Bege rotera luto Bryan
eluba. Ia Ohio no effort will be apared
secure the eupport of the negru
mtera for the Democratic national
lket. What lUdgea hat been given
and wbst Inducabjeqti bav been of
fered doner not appear. Cat It It a fair
tr.ferenee that tbe uianagora bavr
promliwd to de "aemetblng for tbe ne
gro," eitwa t recognUe him In the
distrlhntlun of once, If Mr. Bryan
tyoutd be elected, and also to take
su'h ictioo as the negroes may oe-
Biaud tn rr,ect to the reinstatement
cf th eegro battalion d'suilssed from
tUe army ny neeiaeni jtooseveu ior
fbe attack on Brownsville. Last week
when tbe West Virginia Democrats
were declartag for disfranchisement
law and for a "Jl Crow" law. the
Democratic convention In the Twelftk
t'ongresntonal district of Ohio adopted
a platform favoring "the euactnwnt
ef laws wbieb ehall accord to all men
accused of wrongdoing, whether sol
diers or civilians, a fair and Impartial
trial end an opportunity to be beard
licfore ooneiction or pnulhinent
This appr.rently refer to the Browns
ville Incident. It may also bar a
broader meaning and a more eitended
application and may be eu--ep!!Me ef
an Interpretation which will mak
Eminem Demoerate open their eye
with amassment and possibly with aj
Bsc Question "Local Issusf"
There seems to be no ground for re
soial,: deubt thst th DciaaVretle
psinp.ilfu tntnsgsr Is the Wmt, lu the
effort to nMre negro eiippoi-t for tbnir
national ticket, ar adiuf u-xio tbe
piluclpl that th race u(fu.b Is only
a -local isane." It It eeldefjt that tU
iouth d-ies not approve this plan of
campaign, but la fewtflese to check It
Th Democracy f tb fioiith Is tn full
accord. sr:tb tk position fallen by the
vset Mrclnla Demecritg last weeh.
A ad yet tt la assented by tbos who
are trying to get nefree to dlipport
Mr. Itrysn that tbe Seulk will act tn
heart co-prttlo. with tbe Ohio, Ne
braska, Ksiims aad Illinois Demo raw
wSo ars wl'tu'rg tk negro Into free
fellowship la tke Democratic party
and prolahiy preaslslhf to nunul the
dexlalon of Preldat Ceossveit In th
nrewaerllle matter. Tbe theory ef
Westeio Domocrstg tkat the ra-e prob
lem Is Uivrely a loial tsau 1 ealc.U
latd to glv tk Ho utb auucb Coneera.
Msriy De'uocraU la that eiln may
qiK-wtlwii wlietber It Is worth wkll to
.-t a DinK'ralja prenlJeat who ins)
open wide tbe door of political upi-
tiinlty to tke negro.
Mr. Pryan crltlal.-s Mr. Tft f
adjiug tu tb Reputlhsa p!afriu. I
fbe luemitlui tli auuilier of '1ara
tuunt lu' which Mr. biyan anb
trscted from tb aiociadc putforui
would fill severul large volumes.
llsuur ar ey agla. K.ipiy Hut
Mr 'Jaft buys Ik-w hcr Mr. Hru
Bj.)(iL,ts a lsst hoi Ou.k Iivi
An Hquality jf Orrir'""'i'
turcil lor Larnrrn.
William H. Taft'a Kjiaeeh rf Aoce:
tnrt Givea Tiirty r.c.-oil lu iJ'.iK
(Wllllntn n. Tirt In Lis ocvh f fl -
rv ptnnre. )
We come now to the quenllnll of l:i
twr. One laiKirtntit plisie of tiie l 'li
lies of the present admhiistriiti'm luis
tcen in iinxtofy to swuit Tr tlio
eHrtmr nil ejuality of oppoi'tuni-- uml
m h iritlv statutory pn'd-t tl n as
aluill pliii-e him ou a level lu .1. alii. 4
wlih Lis employer.
The Kepiililicnn party h;is pne! :id
eiiipltvcrs' lilitty net for la;e!':-'.itg
rnllronds. jind has estiiMislied fin el, In
liov.r nv O-r government emi'li'.vis j
cm g.iVi rtiinont roiistrii'tiu. Tli."1 is I
i.ee of the reform effected by the f"i- i
luer, Is the aliolltton of the tellow s r- 1
not rule and the Introduction of (lie
coMiinni'lve iieclleeiii'e theory 1 y
whii h an employe liijun-il lu toe m vv,'c
of his employer il.rs not lose nil Lis
iyht to reoover lieenr.se of hliht in-g: 1-
Seuoe ou his part.
Then there Is the act provldlmr for
ooiiiiienaatto'i for rsjury to guveriitiieiit
employes, together wl:h V.ic various
statutes reulrtug snfety npp'.lniees
ufou Interstate commerce raili-omls for
the (Totection of their emi'loyes 111 il
limiting the hours of their employment.
Tints are all Instance of the .lexlre
of the Itepuhllcan party to do JustU-o to
Doul.tlens a more coaipreln-iixlve
mensure for ooinpeneatloii of govern
ment employes will lie adopted l:i
future; the principle in such cnc b:et
lieeu refxunlxed and la the iie-.v:iri!y
aoinewbat slow course ef lepWitiua
will tie more fully embodied In deflnlte
The Interests of the employer nud th
employ never differ exi-ept when it
eome to a dirlaien of the Joint prof.t
of labor and capital Into dividends and
wsgt. Thla rquat be constant s.tun-e
of periodical discussion 1 1 -ecu the
employer and th mploye, Indeed
are the other term of the emploj. . t.
To give to employe their proj er )
sltlon In auch a eohtvroversy, to enahi
them to maintain thenisalre against
employers bariaf great etfltal, they
may well unite, becaus la union ther
I strength, aad wltheot It, each U.,.
vldual laborer and etrploye would be
helpless. Tbe proutioft the Iteto-
trlsl ieac tbronglj tts lBtrumenta'.!ty
of the trad agreement Is oMen on of
th results ef iuch tmleft when intelli
There la a Urge body of luWers,
hnu-AMr aVin! S.1 itnililllij 1
not orgsnlrei Into fiBloaa. Tkslr t'-ti't
before tbe law are ein tly the same cs
the'se of tke onioti men, and ar to Iwj'J'jjoy toil VOJ th:'.'. Taf' v.'hi'i
prot,yted with th same care miJl
In order to Induce their
Into a cVmpliaiiis; Wltb their reiuct
for cbauged terms of employinect.
workmen have the right to ifrlke In a
They have right to uo sui per-
suasion as tbey may, provided n tiw
not reach ka boiat Of iI'imu tf
.l.-l-.l..-.A . l.-w. i j ,
lorir rri.iciaDi cv-iaporrra 10 join nirin
In tbeir anion against tbelr emi'leyer.
and tbey hav g flgbt, If they ehfose
to accumuUte funi to support th--se
engsged tn a strike, to du'egst to of
fleers tbe pot to direct the action of
tbe union, arid" to withdraw jkemsclv.
asd tbelr assoolstek freos (3s;igs wi;h
or giving custom to tuoe lih wb ai
they are in eouf retersy.
Overrules Wasl.lagttu Ksoument
Xsguiatlsn tot Ksnaftt of tbe
The kind heartednes of Mr. TaM
and bis slncffe, fojcftci lent smm
pathy with th unfjrtuhsto In t;..
world bat Jatt bei briTi'ftit to the at
tentleo of til b ;cl 1ft a fttulUr way.
Awly up In tsi f the Washing
ton toonufiieut, wlr QoiTfinds gi t.
heboid tb beautln of ta? r.s tl -n'
capital, tb c)u!c!i FolytenLuiu It.
titu, which f.sfi.' IS itCUe It pr.,i
ble for th a.ltilt ti ft tb fnhel
btutes to rls fff ooadiiloo of d,.
peiideuc by VeJolfciiif slf s latuli ln.:
Uutntlfui l tired ty lr S.ll. 8o0e sen
tlmental person! teak tke view H,.i:
this was usligulfisd and S'l.-f,).) ,1 I:,
bavipg th stiperlDtsii'Mit of pni.Hi
building ana gvonr.dl rdfr the fur.li
removed. I. . Citjtvj.and, prlu Uk-.l
of tbe Institute, appealed to Mr. 1s.li
then secretary ef wsf aad wl.lii.i
who Jurlsdlctioa ram tk clfvc if
ublic bulldlnge gsd gteiiiids It i.r.i
only a fete words to cuatlni-e tlie
reisry that tht bllo4 abould Imve tli
biillt of tb's prltllige, ni the i!i.l
were sgslit p ie4 on sale lu the in.. it
I'er tbie action, " said I'l 01, i;..il
Cisvelaai In d'actisslr.g lha liel.l -,t.
Jlr. taft drvea thk gislilo(i. ef
etry bllud irwii. partii uii!y the
rsgsesti blind, who are nnei j t
be'p tbelr lees fortuunt fellows."
Ia Cieaigla tke laVtira must lun. a
u sivrity, ti wttis Wstsn,. Il.ic-n ai.d
CUsBo pvj h g lsr fioui He a; tUs
Uijtuitt stt tcr...i sprtktLiih.
- .it i '-
12 to 10 Fvot
Ono Car Fino CONCRETE SAND
q rte:n Maple Street.
T ? -. k .
Coli-i a.!.. ! N .i lie's Wioidtr ILiok with
;i 1111c i 1 il 's 1 l.o.H . 'I mind 011 cvtry P 'ije.
"!i 1 hi li I i,:t, ii(e, immp. inomr or
losf il' ''ay in t'.e mi n--i::c nr.. I sleep under
tin- t.ir lit ir, ..J.i if j i.ii 1, lie . or yi u can e ily
gel 1 -rii. !; to 1 amp, cult' ge, ioilc or luxurious
I lu !' iiri ilia 1 C'l scttirt)' tbat is a on
sl.'i.t eilil.!. I ) 1 v . clisr, in ioiatmj liigh
sliii.ide tor !iii ii int the lagged brain,
litt-d lurvo and iuihIumii )tem.
'lii'ina'ii! i f ptople even- vear. go to
Colorado unfit for Lusine or plesmrc, work
orpl.ix, am! retoin with iti t-wnl encigy and
pk My of t;d ted bionii.
So n.'uii ! paiiieil tiv gelling Hack to
N.i lui c"
Via Ti::: Pic.iiww iv Tiif. Heights
If )OU Cnli n piole i.it'm; Colorado thig
Stinuiui, 1 .i;.i!t I c glad to lutninh vou com
jotlc infi rm iiii'ii titatje to our excellent
n.iio iniit, i.tiv, (.-., rind assist j ou in niak
teg "nf ti'p C"ii)f 'Halily niul pleasantly.
II. A. Bailey, Agent.
A Word to Vicrkinrj Men,
Th .Democrats are teiiing ymi
'that the h'epubl'u :uh uio tryir.g
to break up your oi
ui;: tl inr, s.
,i, , t1ln,t, r ,. 1 .... . .
benc h, fouvd c-en to sc ,t.
. ocj iv M 1 i'.i iii.it i 1 1 1 ;n I 'V 1 1 l-.i 1
n.... t.. e ., ..... 1 .
you to support tin? Deinocriittf
What has the Demi erotic par
ty ever done for the u "f it i iigtoan?
I Did tlie Democratic i titv lii li)
,1111. HCI IlilillMIII SII'-.I t.t' V IM'lt
in power in l-.'2 to X -
Does this record i-hoiv that the
Democratic party ln-!ps you?
Tbe R-'juiolican i latfoiin ai
proven iho law as it is instead of
a change in cases of 'al.o.r dis
putes, Yet tho Dcrnoci atie ora
tors Would have you beli 'M that
tho Republican platform 'v.ls ;;n
ing to oppress tin- v. i iiing man.
In tho stales g. sei red by ll-e
Deill'ictal ic poll.V v. l;a :.-auie
have been taken in j...ir l,el,.i!l.'
Th lufai.if where Tall or.let
i d men bai ic to wmU vtas in a
case where tie- coiiiiaei, between
the employer i.nd imployic.s was
not iolated and yon know that
in such a c.tNi! Hi men are bound
by the contract so long as il is
They tell jou thai, li.e Demo
cratic parly is your only friend.
If, you will review Bryan's past
you will icali ' that h" s-t amis on
any platform thai will g(t otes,
he is the fri. nd of luivbody who
will vote for him-
The R.-publlc.m party has
passed f-vtry law now being en
forced by this goa rnun-iil, and
till reuoiiidile mi ii will aekitowl
edge that ours i-. a lilo ial gov
ei iiu.i i.t.
Tin; working lio n of Aineiiea
are not gutn; to follow Mindly
the litlvice of (en; j" i s i". .1 liry
This is an a,; of tl.ir -king men
and Compors c r . nybo.ly -l-o
will find it diTh ult to Oi. tat" the
way of voting of the Ai
I hi G BIVED
On') car oj
4-4, 4-G, 4-8
It is reported that Gompera
is going to throw the Labor total
t'i Bryan. This came out after
these two leaders I. ad a meeting
in Chit ago Can anybody throw
the Iibor voto to anybody he
Is (Jumpers doing all the
thinking for the working men of
The Democratic press make
you think so.
The TuincNK has a Rood line of
ype, good presses and first class
printers. Wo will print your
letterheads, envelopes, bills
statements, pamphlets and book
lets, und in fact all kinds of coin
nuTcial printingquick and cheap,
fi" t us figure with you.
Cist INVALID 8 HOMt in tms Wr.
"ibiic! wlik a lull ata af trfSu a4
S-o ona ' r lrataant all (kluu Irr nmq.
In Hit VuS tut atxvoiiiaolaUa) l aiaiav.
Si: I -4 J m-Am St AMaeMr.
ot ..iuo. Many ttav Mm! Ut
c n4 .ihoma- Sp.c.al book tat vasts fca.
1TT I?!-! JtesjasitsiT oust
it . i . j eH.a.i
vir.innrn p cr r.
l P 'ealif rfs ta Ta.
ksk Bar. or a I ..v,r
uiii.oiM. u4 ior suMiai a mi B.w..
i,4 lor r-aaii
Ssw rtoraty (rastaisa
l'"". M It.ioala, n.iptma.
iAituu.'.. io.oa4 aiiauuaaia.
IMS1ITS mtim mmmm AAAtf mm
i inn r,n i urvatuta all I
S: nr. Kara I.I p. I blur Hum,
' I I'v Cl.trll, I inoA aaA
uni. aa S.ta.
t.n u.aca Tiuuuiaa, hanoua Diaaa.
I't!ffiia .irt-af.M Iraau at Sxttaa
t" a. CaBaliala Jraa aai aaaS4atn,
tJi.aof i. i.ttar. jklriy saara airartaaoa.
ITe ptt tllaairaitg laai tn. etvtaf m..k.
v.ut,.M nJ1),u,iuva, l4 al iUia at vitta t
r t r" u r' k w"j". i
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I .i. Ui ill. ki. KMt1 CITV. MO.