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Court cf Honor Meeting.
The state convention of the Court
Honor of Missouri kti held In Mob-
erly wUh over loo delegate in at
tendance. Th addres of welcome
wa mail by Cltjr Attorney Hall and
waa rcetHinded to by K. V. ellck of
(it Loula. Til election of delegates to
too national convention, to le held at
Indlanapulla, resulted lit folio!,: E. V.
Belleck and W. K. Kgelhoff, KL Louts;
M. L. Ilarton, Mouerly; P. J. Rleger,
Klrfcvlll.; Kittle B. Arnold, Cameron;
W. 8. O'llanrion, l!uffalo; Win, ''rlffln,
K.lgar R, parka. Springfield; M. M.
Freeman. West I'lalns; Mary K. Don
aldson, Gertrude UlllKtroin, Kansas
City; W. A. Mussetter, 1-a Grange; W.
M. Ilarnum. Louisiana; J. M. Moore,
Bhe'blna; Otto Moser, llollvar. Jullua
(ierder of SL Louis n elected an
alternate delegate. The following
tate ofllcer were elected: State chan
cellor, W. A. Mussetter, La Orange;
state recorder. Otto Mosher. llollvar;
Male treasurer, W. M. itarnum. Louisl
ana. William Jewell Filer Elect
The Aero cjub of William Jewell
elected officer. The club decorated
the courthouse and college buildings
with aero pennant and the chapel
wttjj posters from the Aero club of
Pennsylvania t'njversity. The club of
William Jewell ha a gild'.ug machine
ordered, also working models, of air
ship. The club has twelve member
nd Is limited to fourteen. The re
quirement for membership are that
the candidate shall have made one or
nxire trlis In a baftkut balloon. They
w IU send delegate to the North Ameri
can ifmniulk meet, to be held In
Philadelphia April 1 and 2. II. II.
Williams, who has mad" severs! long
distance flight In baaket balloons,
was elected chief engineer.
Exploding Engine Doe Crest Damage.
The boiler of diaries Meiershoffer S
sar.d dredge cap'ofted at Uomv Kle do
ing a great deal (if datnaa lo Use
urk of the plant. Nothing but kind
ling wood remains. The dredge sank
lmme lately, where it was tied op for
the eight. Flue were thrown a dls-laat-e
of two block's and buried deep
!n the ground, one penetrating a Uin
ycamore tree to the depth of five
laches. Staiumerjohn, the florist, is a:
considerable loss There were over
three hundred glaac broken 5a bis
greenhouses and many resale we
along the river were damaged by fals
ing Iron and timbers ou nxifa. A Bum
twr of plate glas window uptown
were broken. No live wen? lovu The
estimated loss is f 7,(K.
Now He'll Pay the Penalty.
Robert w. Iavls. a r.ero. who kf!1ed
Harry IV Mat s, also a teg-no. In Kan
sas City November IS. lHoH, will be
hanged April 29 unless t! sentence It
mn.mti'.M by the govrrmir. The su
preme court affirmed the Judgment of
the trial ourt Kvans wa 17 year
old The theory was that s!ie boy wis
killed for his watch and money Ills
body waa found In a mat.h.ile. Iavis
t SI vears old. T!.e court a)s there
la ho suggest inn of Insanity or tultl
Hanged Hlmaetf at X
The body of Allen K.ish, long a real
dent of Cooper eounlv. was founj bang
Itig to the limb of a tree near his home,
seven miles south of lttxinvlile. by hi
d.vigtiler In law, Mrs Arthur Rush.
Knh was .1 yea' o'.d and very feeble
He owned the firm on which L lived.
Springfield Estends Limits.
The rlty limit of SprlngnVlj er
extended at a special election by a
majority of r. vote The fight was
between the north and sown lde of
own. The eii nlon of t!ie limit will
Im ! the population if the rlty
Kansas City Theater.
Ihirlng K.nier week, Iwg'nnti.g Sun
da) night. Man h 17. the W illi Wood
aeiitiuitr'iiiriil will present P!,4. Junta,
' 1 I'"' voumtest and ms( kiilllant !ar
on the Arnerbati at axe. In Gearx
A-b-'s ami (iuave lnlerj" nniHi-Al
comedy The l air Co K I " Tl.o play
will be pmmI.k'11 ly the oiilnuj rat.
At the Kh 'tM-tt during H.tnti-r s4
T.ingw Ill's "The Melting l-nt"- with
Walker li!teld- as tVo 'ar wit; b
the attraction. Tin. play has the In
ttoisenieiit of many Chicago pivnrh
era who wlim naed Its ptodui '.Ion al a
spex-lal iiiintihee. They pTonoiince It
tgu!f1rd and elevating
Quit Business for farm Talk.
The seed, soil and dairy spei lal from
the agrl.-uiluial college of tbe fnl
versity .f MI-ourl vllted Cniotiv lllu.
Peven bt-turets were aboard, loaded
ly Ivan Muuifotd of th arliuljural
college. Six lectures were delivered
during a forty minute stop tbou
s.vmt people, beaded by the Cniontillo
band, met the train on p arrival. The
business houses close.1 during the Uui
th train waa here.
. J? To rty at William Jwll.
The Aen club of the rulvemliy of
lVnn)!va' ha atked WllUam
Jewell to Join In the InterCotlegiate
Aeronautic convention to be held In
Philadelphia Iho ftrnt week In April.
A club has been farmed hacked by
Prof Jbn II Davis of the silence de
Iartmeut vif Wllli.ttn Jewell. The rlub
will have for Ita object the promoting
of the science of aerial navigation. It
will send two delegate to th con
vention tu Philadelphia, on to learn
th gliding machine and ouo lo study
the different makes of airships.
This May B a Bsnkara' Trust
Now th bin liars of Kansas City and
Bt Joseph are aecuwed of forming a
trust for th collection of Died prices
on eichange. The accusation was
made by a Bt. Joseph banker, who re
fused to pay a f 300 fee to Join an asso
ciation Hit i bank membership In
both cities. Whose purpose waa to es
tablish a set of uniform clearing bouse
ru'.e and seal of price for ooihct.
I tig on exchange. It waa brought to
the attention of Elliott W. Major, at
torney general In Jefferson City, and
be gave an opinion that the Kansas
City and St Joseph bankers were In
a trust, as defined by the laws of Uie
Mora Than a Century Old.
Knoch Smith, who was more than
100 years old, was burled In the ceme
tery at Cour.ensy. near Independence.
The family record were destroyed in
a fire at the time of the Civil war,
so that the exact date or Enoch
Smith's birth has been lost. It la be
lieved that he was born in 1S09. Smith
moved to Independence from Tennes
see In 1S36. He often told of having
visited he site of Kansas City when
there we.re only a biax-ksailth shop and
two stores there. He was married first
when he i 19 years old. Nine chil
dren were born of this marriage, two
of whom are still living.
Curio to William Jewell.
A geological collection valued at
1 10.000 ha been presented to William
Jewell college at Liberty, by Mrs. A.
1 Krnst of 61. Josejih. The collec
tion Include fossils, Indian and
mound builders' rvilcs and great quan
tities of mineral specimens, obtained
by Thimas W. Allen, father of Mrs.
Krnst, bo died several year ago.
Mr. Allen traveled extensively, and a
ma)or!-y of the relics were secure! In
t!:e southwestern part of the Cnlted
State The collection, which fills 20
laree picking fci, will be known at
;l.:am Jewell as the "Thomaa W.
ATk-n Collet tiun."
A County With a Complaint.
A delegation from Jaaper county ap
peared before the state board of equal
ization and aked to have the land
values tlxed by the assessor for the
present year s taxes reduced. It waa
stavd that these values have been
increased more than IS.SOO.ooo ever
the previous assessment and that this
makes a total Increase of 36 per cent.
As the Increase 1 much greater In
thl county than In any other county
of the stale. It la probable that th
board Till make a reduction. The to
tal sesed valuation of the county
i $::.ims 6.
Charged With Tax Dodging.
Fra,er Gov. David R. Franci. form
er Judge Henry g. lYiest. John Scul
Iin. James Alien and Alfrl E.
Clifford. aU re;u:cd millionaire, and
among the most prominent business
men In St. lxui. were made defend
ant In warrants charging them with
ra.lure to make returns on all then
A Farmer Died cf Poison,
Frank Callaghen, a farmer llrtflf
east of Palmyra waa taken suddenly
111 and died a few hour later !n cow
vulslon It was rumored that he had
been loiied and the coroner held an
Inqm-n The Jury returned a vcndlct
of death from unknlan cause
Vallty Wheat Damaged.
Farmers of the state say that prac
tically the entire wheat crop of .he
Misourl rtver valley Is dead. w
green blailes are lo be wen In th.iu
samW of tor. that were planted laM
fail. On the uplands a crop alii Ue
made, but It will short.
National Guard at St. Louis.
The nevt annual meeting of the Na
tional Cuord a K-latlvu of ti e I nit.J
State will he held Id Si. Iai.il. t),
toher .1 .'1 aror,ili,g to ., tcl'-gtauj i
c ived by Adjutant Ceneial Hu:nl.!d
from ;en Ji i.n Diatn of Washing,
ton. I ('. (lia'iniHn of the ee,utive
romnil'tee f li e afc. Utton Thl will
be dining fitlal week In Ht liul
and will gMr a daub vt the tulittarv to
I the fall le.tivl'les More than f.i'O d
j J.i'ant genera',, high National '.Inard
omla! and tegular attny oftieef are
i epe. t d to atiend.
A Yell of Pln Saved Him.
W. II Thoma fell Into deep mine
shaft lit the outli part of Carter. Ill
while on his way home. He waa fouuj
by email bo at play atmut I o'cl.n k
the next afternoon. He was unin
jured by the fall but had not succeed
ed lu making hi presence known to
pAsaH-rwhy. The boys were throwing
stone, tine threw Into th haft. It
hit Thomas on Iho head and he jelled
for help. He waa so hoarse from jell
Int that he coulj hardly speak when
he waa pulled out of the shaft.
A Howell County Plonr Dead.
Cap!. Wl'.il. 1 111 Howard, veteran of
the Mexican and Civil wars, I deaj.
Captain Howard waa one of the first
settlers of Howell comity. In lStS he
drove an ox team across the plains to
th California gold field and 10
year later returned home by way of
the Ilbmus of Panama.
Bvlr Boy Killed by a Trait.
Orvllle Thomas. ! yesrs old, was
killed by a llurllngton freight train at
lieiler a'.temptej to board the
train and fell uudr the wheel.
BIG DEAL IN OIL PROPERTY
Prices Paid tsld to 0 S,100.004-
New Pipe Lin te Gulf Part
Dartlrsvllle, Oklahoma. The bl
(est oil deal in tb history of the mid
sontlneot oil adds was consummated
here when It was announced that th
option taken by George C. Priestley of
this city on producing oil property
wVbln a radius of ten mile of Dartlea
rllls. value at $5. 100,000, would be eg
srclsed before April 1.
The deal Involves the purchase of
oil lease her wltJi an aggregate pro
duction of 20,000 barrel dally and the
building of another pipe line to the
gulf of Mexico. t I estimated that
more than flO.Ooo.000 will have been
spent ca the p!ie line and In the pur
chase of property before the company
behind the deal begins realising prof
its on the venture.
GOV. HASKELL EXONERATED
Find No Misappropriation Inasmuch as
Service Paid for Had Been
Guthrie, Oklahoma The house com
mittee of flve Democrats and two
Repobllcana. all named by the Demo
cratic caucus and appointed to investi
gate charge against Gov. Haskell, al
leging that he had mismanaged and
misappropriated sute funds baa filed
Its report. In substance the report was
an exoneration of Gov. Haskell, the
coninilttee holding In each Instance
that there had been no mlsapproprla,
tion. Inasmuch as the services paid fot
had actually been performed, and that
there could be no misappropriation in
the absence of theft The committee
admitted, however, that a number ol
vourher hail been drawn against
funds appropriated for other purpose
MINNESOTA IS READY TO ACT
Every County In th State Will Have
it Conservation Club Gov.
SL Paul Minnesota "This is only
the beginning. said Gov. Elterharl tc
the delegates to the Minnesota con
servation convention when outlining
definitely Just what the congriws
means to Minnesota.
"Immediately after the oongreaa ad
journ every county and district will
be organized by vice president and
comnlteemen and every county will
have ft conservation club, and al! In
terested will have ample opportunity
te put In working shape the Ideas giv
en you by experts at thl meeting."
KASKED MEN SHOOT OPERATOR
They Entered Frlco Depot at Daater
Spring, Kan, and When Re
Baiter Spring. Kansan. Three
masked taen entered the Frisco det
ler at 12. OS and held op Portland II
High, the operator, nd three othei
men who were In the waiting room.
High resisted and ra shot twlo
nhrough the stomach. He will die.
The bandit robbed the caa drawer
and got $it 5 In cash, making their
escape In tie darkness. Th Jopl'.n
police have been aaked to aid In the
pursuit of the robber A ptisve has
been organised and will follow the men
SO WOMEN MAY DRESS AS MEN
Mary Wlkr Ha a BUI Intro
duced In New York Lgila
tur to That End.
Albany. N. Y. Ilr Mrr Wax,
ker. who for jeans his worn man's
attire, 1 the author of a bill Introduced
by Assemblyman Sweet. It provide
uiai woman shall not be sufficiently
disguised by reason of the style of her
dres or clothing to arrant arrest,
and that any peace ofllcer who uliall
arn-st a woman not guilty of any rriii,
by reason of th utile of her clothing.
liall be guilty of a luU-leiiieanor and
iU be fined or Imprisoned.
EMMANUEL TO DINE ROOSEVELT
The Former president and Hi Part
to b Guests of Italian King
Whit In Rom.
Home. Itaiy King Victor rsiiatv
eei has dHldd to give dinner
in honor of e Ptvsident Hooev:t in
the occasion of the latter visit to thl
city. The gues s will Include Mr
Roosrtvlt, Kermtt and Mis Ftliel,
Amtakador l.elshman, Mrs. Irish
man, other member of the American
embassy and Count Gulcctardiul, m.u-
istrr ol foreign atrairs.
Three Kiilod by Lamp Esplosion.
Hsllna, Kausa Mrs. 1-! Ioran
and two sons, aged two and three
year, are dead at Wllvon. Kansas, as
the result of a coal oil lamp explolon.
which set fire to clothing ef the chil
dren. tw had. while al play, upset th
dining room table.
JUDGE LANDIS GOES THE LIMIT
Fined Man Who Evaded a Federal Law
S1S.000 and Si Yar
Chlrago, 111. That Federal Judge
l-a let I a propose to "go the lluilt."
lu the putilKhnirnt of men con
victed of selling "moonshine" o!cosua
garlne was Indicated when he sent
Samuel Drelsb-h. convicted of vvad
lug the feJvral oleo law, to six years
In the Fort Leavenworth penitentiary,
la addition be was Hoed lli.oov.
HAVE YOU TRIED THIS?
Clmpl Prescription Said te Wefts
Wndr for Rheumatlcm.
Thl ha been well known to th beet
doctor for year and I now given to
th public. "OH one 00 no of syrop of
Harsaparllla compound and on ounce
Torta con petind. Then get half plat
f good wblskey and pot th other two
Ingredleata Into It. Ta a tablespoon
ful of this mixture before each meal
ad at bed time. Bhake th txttJe
before using" Cood effecte felt
the first day. Many of th worst rae
her bav been cured by thl. Any
druggist ha the Ingredient oej hand
or will quickly get them from hi
Thry nver spwak a they pass by.
They both keep mum:
No n-e to ark th resn wr.y
They're Jf and dumb.
A Big 6hortag In Seeds.
From aini.nrt all eti,,n i-on,.s the re.
PTt ul Itnti.Kul !..,nae lu eurtji;
okj in sv.n,e nnw of eM or..i
rye, simi, rUv. kfi-rs et-a
r.y rl-tie. i.f p..iu.
Tnw u p.rrl. U:i r.-ueat,le In t!
r. corn and ol anil pvt-.o grvwuut
Thus: Th (Trent 'te cf v.r.ka and
I"wa are if . nt from a o. no cf ami
v-,, ii t tiir.
Ti e m-toe lkrnx rs to tl.ese and i
crthr art pu. ;!,), ti,,ir orj. t- ei y :
tt.r aU.ve a. in or.l-- ( . b t.n t,,,
-r n 0111 urirr i.inrn to
write i nn. tu tl Jor.n a ri;ir rw-l
. In 1 U en-. W it . tor Uitir
Urn e.-eo and .xjrn rtk;-i:.
H, mtrinud! of tl.e bumneea cf this
kin M.n.-1 firm can 6 hRicsl.4t
eeumale.1 mln-n or knusi u.at In orua
wry n itiejr w-ll.
') ImrtfiM of rL-rant sd eoro.
6olla of mi(i p.-laito.
Ji'-'.t'A' burb-ls of -1 oaui.
U' bu!-is of a--d wr.eat.
bush-ts of pure cler and ttrne
thr -o. tiir-i.-r wnh an red.rn
amount ef oi.'.e farm e.-l nd v.
table eei. u,-h as tii.-ru. eatbAfcirm. 4 r
fvta. t-u. U-ana. leu ix-r. raoUslK. turu-lo-.
Tt.-r ks one thlntr about the tU'c-r firm
they nuriT 3!Mi'f-oiM. Tbej- aimavs Bil
your or).e tm vur.t of tt enormous
STf ks it.ev (arry.
rVn.1 tr,,m S rn fr t-srtar of th4e
rat g.t prlee '.-rn and faialog'je. A4
dre. j..t. a Bttuu-r ihn1 Co, lox ua,
An Lngsllant Outlook.
"Again, the ungallaat outlook of
some husbands causes divorce," said
et-Gov. F onypac ker. In a vitty after
dinner speech in I'biladelphla.
"It 1 amatlrjg wLat an ubgallant
outlook euiiie men have. 1 f?aid one
day to a Iluck county farmer:
- Have you got a wife. HausT
" 'Why. yea. to tell the truth. I have.1
Han rvplled. For the little bit the
critter eat. It ain't worth a man's
while to be without one.'"
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
M mmtiur 1 swrrr Sfatrny b artav at sbmS
Mtrt r (Imsjicv ia ihuw nara aitMa
blent M twauas u a.w(v urtba ewa
n-M m mill arir b ai 4 r , rr; i, cm pnant.
1M ta rrf jfAba pt.wlra.-a. ai ua ama vurj
-i a a ba hM4 u lla1 f .--1 caa I- m. . , &
nw Cnaa own. 11 -l t alarr t ahwlAir4
Sr t. I i Umr r a 1 .m-vx. ii nau ao if
eiar. aad a lakra mmi r are. dmn'T 4-e
lh bMMMt at aiueioa mirtof-fa af lb arcu-m Is
bviitic H t UkrTli m a aiirf r--" si Ua
e-Mwi It a bia trh;'r ana aui a totoaa
LK h I J ( i.vr a i IraoDHicaa trm
S-wd fr-f fHvirtala l'rt. ' V v.
las liA- I I aauijr lua tur naaUiaia.
Th SImpi Lit.
Hungry tluest A'rald l m a bit late,
but hope I haven't kept breakfast wan
ing Hostess Oh. I forgot to mention
that we're Irving the "no hreaktaM
pin", and feel o much ltur lor It
We do trust It will have the saine cf
feci with you.
What a Trained Nur Say About
1 get absolute aatisiactlon from Re-
Inol and use It constantly. One of my
patient ha had ulcers for lj years.
snd Kesttiol has hcl. d her Uiore than
anything clav. Sh will continue us- ;
lug II until cured. I have made otu 1
remarkaMe cures with It. ;
Mr. Ague T.O'Ncill, Js.uiiervllle, Uaaa.
A in.ni. tit I al ca'.hi.g your
al'etition to the unusual amount of
sirknri. there is In the ueigl.Uuhttiai
rTiW c h i J t Ir-iHItvtn sa - H , at i w u. r a wca 's
isalssi ilistt.... sas.u.tU (go m.b-i te. , t iviM
Ktht r Titn n j'tt t.r nurnr-J
in lh Up.-M" of nice
Woman's Power f")
Wocwaw's snoat glnrKHSS enatowmeol i the reteer . , ""J
to awake wad hold ta pur and tossest twv 4 I V
wrorthy maw. A hea she luae K wad at id leve eas, , 1
M m s th ol world cw tkaow ia heart sxiy j . V
ah aoJuraa. lb axvataa aao suirrs tiua aaak- VA N
ca ana vrranfenM-ui tH ner spenai wowvaaly ee- f
gaaisos sons k,'aca t'n powar to sway the heart nl
w a. Her (corral health suffer sad ah loaea t. , ,., ,
txr ivmhi ksiit, err nrwctiveweaa, hae niK.i.ty
saJ ksr potr sal pmiiM H sums. iU. K. . Perre.o Biralo, N.Y , rtw
IS assistance caT kt Mai ot N phicuu, he prvacriNeJ lor aa4 carrj saaaa
IksMssaad of woaoea. lla Was drviarJ survaaalvd rnai J tur isaa's j.
sweats. It is kaowa a lr. I ierc I seorta )racrties. It is a aoa.tia
spaciSa W Ike wiaakncaae and dtaoedrr peculiar to wotavea. It aaatiac ra
katea, Mrwagthea ad heals. MMiria deaier aril it. Nt , , aWais
Jvia )w to oreH auhaotvi ta order fro aak a Lets kwger awvat.
IT HAKES WEAK WOJIEN STUONQ.
SICK WOMEN WEIX.
"i nl Mlaas wan i Usaj aW atannasr ia --. laajr aaaf f if
u mm HwWkili
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ALCOHOL-.1 PX CEWT
A WertaWr Prrparasj ontjrkt-
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m' Pronv,ts Dtj! fconXJvf rf J
? j rssarfMCcT.rintvr
Ojutw.Mortrhirve rwr M.-irral
.I j .'VI .VAHLDTIC
A rxrfccl Remedy forCowfc-
Hf lion . Sour Stotcfi.Lsrrhjuea
i'- nCxtdrJLOSSOF MXEP
Faclitssk; S fvatm et
TKt CcaTAUst Cotjrr,
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j saaci wo7 w "iijiwi 11B ultl uaisi. ii.a sxa ia
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rB"s4 " IjTit.t 4t e-wsa.
I ILLi 1 I U 1 LU Ull
"ytratge," murnjured the ed.'txar.
"that tils anecdote cf George Wash
ington hat i,ter been 'n pritt be
foi "Not at all," captained the occasion
al contributor. "I otly thought of it
An Honest Policeman.
Judge. What is the charge tgatn&t
this man. officer?
I'oliceman There isn't anyv your
toner; business was dull and I arrest-
him Jun to kep my hand la.
ir tror i : dii. sire.
H-rt T.e-1 Iroa IU.1 liu. ita t.
liiut. Large 1 padui- oaJr i ctwta. I
Hop is fine thing, but It doesn't
always ecaLle a mas to dt liver the
rrrsT nsrie1 raiMiiu ri
W I a. rv i . T -4 la r- - m. 'i I aa
i.&.a aiara. iaqe sixa iw aaat
llu'J Bitn wuid kick If their wiv
strut k for an eight hour day.
rn r 1 1 tru ix th is nut
rkl" t l.MWKM raruUH u ei ait
in t a. m ti 4 w i.raa.
Ui . I.J lot aaatf rrfi.at. ava
Second thougtt prevent a n.aa
trota Laving lot of fun.
r htiwi flnail fv't ia-i!a aa
U) laitti hM la tas at caajy
Fer not ue how easy it is not to
save r.ior.i ) T
0 w ' mmm .. I
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CI EAST STREET ' T".
tl par r- A' rilrlk.alllH. law
a la A a lax tav I -1 laaf Ks 4. tv. i ,
W. N. U,
ai i i at
Th3 Kmd Yea Urn
.bears tno .
H Cdattsftrrsftl Frvrr
js tkssl tr e.-W m u. aV- W. -wwabtt M A ssi
m '.r en
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