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To AI! Summer Resorts
On salo Juno 1st, final return
limit October 31st. Lot us fig
ure with you when you con
template a trip to any point.
Good connections. Best of ser
vice and Courtious treatment.
H Geo. B Conover, Agent.
Missouri, the kiwim state. I SHE WALKS III BEAUTY,
Speaker nt tin L ml Cm, :. i- .
la the I ronton region of Missouri
agreed in tho atutemont that Mis
souri has Bcarct'ly nn ualiu
opportunities for hoinoNeoker-i
She wn'k-i in lio'inty liko the!
night., hh Roitin romutie tdngcr
si'i.l; l. r eyes give forth ft Marry
light, her lips aro of n chei ry rod;, a
Imir. N !i t must have toiled
hioe,:!i half a day to build that
l.'irj', unwieldy mass; she. must
h ( v. i.si'd a bale of hav, nnd
v j strips of tin, and wire of brass;
Lor Meiers must have helped to
braid, I' M' mother wrought and
tinkered llii ro, and butler, cook
a i'.d i hiisnhi rmaid nil helped to
A. D. M n tkson
Kdi tor unit Manager.
Issued every Ttiumlay.
Subscription price $1.00 per year.
When the people w ho are howl
ing about the cost of high living
get down to rye. coffee and corn
briad the cost will not be so
high. This diet has urown some
mighty good men and women.
After all w e cat to live; we should
not live to cat. Valnut Valley
'Times, Eldorado, Kans.
I'.iitiTi-it Into the jjist- t'liif at I'.iili
Ilill, Mo. ns a hivoik! cl.i-s matter.
All corn'HjionilrBfi? must
be lti li y
If Missouri railroad ofik-ials
want u fair deal from the legis
1 iluie tliy .should be careful to
see that th" people get a square
- - - ?rr ----- i deal in rales a. id service. Mis-
I see a wo.e!-o;s light in theUnurian uro patient, generous,
said the astronomer: ! appreciative ana furbeannp, out
they kiio.v the psychological
uiement for the worm to turn.
heavens, suki t;.o a-:
and thereVy hangs a tail.
"What Missouri needs most is I
more intensive farming and less State Chairman Walter S.
intensive polities.'' j Dickey has; beer, very busy for
. j two weeks trying to secure the
This country has developed o ! nomination of congressional, sen
rapidly that the number of pro- ! atorial and judicial candidates in
ducershas n .1 kept pace with j every district wherein sections
the number o' consumers-G-n-. 'are to beheld this year and to
ernor Iladley. ; secure th e naming of a candidate
! fur representative in each county
' t ie with her hair. And af
t!v grinding toil arid all
'v. aiding r.v.d tie' fuss, the
i ii'.-et is jiisfc to soil her
.:! ar.d make noonle cuss.
; walks in beauty like thejK
a', where nights are most 1 1
:. ,v f. i' ; but, Juhos Caesar!,!
'-a sight, win n she's got on i J
'Suudiy hair! London Tit-
Somo of this class will list. n to j Hour she seem, to
nothing but the call of the wild, j "" hI.o woms tome beyond
In their minds going on lh-oil '' W Infect-till 1
l.a..,M,ln,l iiill. l.t.. , ,-lf.r H i III' .sill, fl.ir, IMII417 w
wilderness, , a sod lions.., audi
years of privation wlulo w.ciieg j
for civilization to catch up- 1'V'v'
such places remain in tne L n.
States and it is a wasieot em rgy . . . .' 'i
and money to settle i'i thein.
Plenty of cheap land i f -.- tl
quality can be found in Missouri
and many newcomers hue m ole
a nanasome. pront oy sc. .oik
high-priced farms mother states
and investing in l.iiuls io. tliis
state. Tho central position ci
Missouai, its general gv i e : ':
ical advantages, favora'o:e i lime'
and transportation fac;h ;- by
land and watea ii.-nto, as a i ui ,
a stead v' apnreci.ilio in th- v.i-
of property in both country ar.d
city. There is no casi r or hum e
agreeable way to make money.
Going back to the soil hi Mis
souri is an operation well jmi.h o
ed against a disastrous fail a re.
Schools and other social require
ments are found in every county.
The industries of tho state in
clude a wicelv distributed sy.V.em
of mining and manufacturing, s
affording a home mat lot tl.-t t
fails and a steady d in and ir (
various forms (f latior. In f-n:i-er
years many landseeki :s h ui '
political objections to Ml..jr'i.
LSut the statu is ii" lunger a :
reservation for a llou. o ii.'.-li 1
party It is debatable ar.d i.as 'i
recently given its floct.irai vote '
to the party ia control of t gov- ; '
ernment. Improvtd farms 1 n
Missouri are of tirst-clavs q".::!
ity as a rule t.nd ounpiMiiU'lv
Planning a Trip
to .he Great Lakes?
Tho most direct routo from all points
in tho Southwest is
Through St. Louis
For further information see
R. A. BAILEY,
in '". i i-v i i
Cliarh-s D. ntoti of Hut
1 o si 'pp' d oil' h :( an hour
.so 1. 1 -it Frii! i.v evening betw
ti aii.s w i..'e en roi) to from Clinton j
wlr'ie he has been holding court
t Lis h'lme ia llutier. Judge
!!?, n was !. cteii to the bench
s '.-as ago on the? Kepublican j
d-f,,,':rg .Judge W. W.
, who had heid the cftice
l ' r of yea rs. J udg
.:s made eood oa the
lias given such universal sat
..on that his friends and
U : pulelc ms of tiie district
;e Deu-1 S
ii I : i it
ii a g.
that he stand for
Kegular IJcpublicnn goverr
ment for Missouri! My! my!
what a calamity that v.nuld lie
for tho Democratic leaders! It
makes them dixzy to thir.k of it.
where no candidate has tiled.
j It is far more important that
j Missouri an.s consider their own
j state government a! this time
than that they try to regulate
like Francis and Uoed ! government, The
president and his advisors will
take proper care of things at
r Washington. Wo must see to it
(,tjthat a Democratic legislature
does not get a chance to upsei
things at Jefferson City.
Democrats have, ilbdw. d former
Governor Folk out of tlie s-mUor-
ial race, though the friends
Folk have not yet discover
where the laugh comes in.
low in price. The prodio
elude everything hrtwei ;
and cotton, and the r:.i-i ;
kinds of domes tie animal.-:,
ing over Missouri belore io
a new home is a wise sU-;
region can be found wh-r.
that is desirable is obt.i'.r.
a given amount of mor.i -Democrat
s 1 1 1 -
While taho district
Democratic, it is be-
.lu.ige Denton will; 3
!, :::if he has to., ."ited to
:iii. t!r r.ie.v Tiice .? aro
i '::.' n in th" state th in
I) : t m and le should 1)0 j
ii. ' ii" t"i !ii by tho people i
dist i !, whn.li is rumpus-
liie coin, tii s of Hate.",
iml St. Clair.
Not a discordant note was
Bounded at the Kepublican county
conferences held in May. Mis
souri Kepubhcaz::?, always reg
ular and loyal were never nre
devoted to tiio principles and
policies of their party.
Republicans have begun to tile
tiioir d. vU rations for the various
county otiicv-s. A. F. Heard has
li.'d for li "cm tier and Jesse Doo
little for County Clerk. Judge
C. A. D"nton, we understand, bus
! tiled bis th e:;ir;.tion at JetT-'rson
Old fashioned Di mocrats . City for t.'iri uit Judge. It is ex
taught that "io the victors be-1 pt-eted that others will tile their
long the spoils.'. The new school : declarations either this week or
of Democrats have gone a binarly next week. All must
further and hold that tin- spoils 'Id. d not liter than Thursday t f
once seized should be he.d when next w ee.t. Kepubiican Fress.
thu other party gets the victory.
Two or three Democratic
Tho three huge cities of the papers in this vii i nity have tak
Ktate will be ghon by K publi-ii-n exception to our statement
cans the largest n.easuie of j that the Democrats have lost
homo rule consistent with the j their hold on the people of Mis.
moral interests ami pui lie i-aie-j souri. Are th-'y not aware of
ty tho fetuto must maintain. Noj the f.n t that sine-' 'l.e triumphant
home rule biil emanating from j advent of th" Mysterious Strang
saloon sources, such us that pass- ' at. the ': . s t pej-.i-ral election
ed by the Democratic sen iiu in j Missouii has keen considered by
It appears from the last finan
cial statement that I. at se i:.;;'y
has outstanding abo-at '1 :
protested warrents. Toe- e i: . a
I'i per cent interest. This i i
not be. There should be rev.-r, j
enough raised frcun taxation to
pay the running expenses of the
county without allowing warn , it s.
to tie protested. To sue h"
least, this is not good bush-,, s .
For some years it has Ik en the
same story over and does i.ot
seem to be itnpio.ing. lia'e.
county should not he raving in
terest at the rate of i'l.-Hi'a v ar
ou protested warrants, i'l i r
is wealth enough in tin- louoiy
to pay its legitimate rum leg v
penses withoiu levying an i
horbitant rate of ti e s. Ti.is is
a question that tho people sla oM
study carefully and devise some
way of avoiding this unneei'-.sar.v
drain on the public treasury.
A i i pi esi ntat ive of an I'.astern
mui iiraking mag.i.ine declared
in or. address at the Missouri
I' ;;i"i'si'y, vviien t h e editors
.v ; gathered there, that "color
i--s , ti u'.'.i is tin- id. al of r.tnvs."
If ti a" is true, what are we to
thlrr of the sensational news
papers, tho yellow journals and
maga.iines -sucli as he is repre
sentingand the political "in
surgents'" wh i are' busily en-
The summer school begins May 31st and continues
Courses in all subjects required for County or State
examinations special opportunities in common
Kegular courses offered for the Regents' Certificate
and the Normal Diploma
Students present the full time, may be accredited
with three subjects for either County or State Certific
ate without examination.
Teachers' Courses in Drawing, Music, Manual
Training, Domestic Science, Commerce Subjects,
Kindergarten and Primary Teaching.
948 students attended last summer. Attendence
will be larger this summer.
Recommendation Committee assists students in se
curing positions. Send'for NulletEn. Address,
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lUpilut Church Service.
truth, ii"l to say absolute
-'I, throughout the West?
The fact is. tm; highest duty of
t'e: new-;' ap.M r -poiL-r, maga
, no v.-itcf or po.ilie il officehold
er is t present the truth in plain
iinv.u eisli- d terms; but if that
.vi e d"iio, the occupation of not
o:,lvt!i" ao-i'.e ineiitioned class
o.1 -, 1 lo-i's but of the political
u 'gogu- s vi. u 1.1 bu gone.
Kansas t.'.ty Journal.
A western exchange say.-. : Tina
I101111; paper is always interest
ing to you, whether you ia'.-e ii.
or not. Some people who do not
Tii" Sii'i-eoininittee of the
Slate I'oniiiiitii ii to prepare a
b li for re district ing tho state
i it o senatorial districts is making
prog 1. -sunil will have the mons
uie ready before June la. Then
the work of teeuring 22,000
names on thu petition for sub-
Curnvr 9th and Wuluut.
Hiniilay Hotioul at O t'i.
i'rayrr (v-rvUr ut U.aO.
Sermon by I'anlor t s.U)
l'ritjrr inwttnu WimI. h.00.
Zloirn Itellglo Krliluy h.it.1.
Jamks lloiNrr, 1'nntiir.
Uoriuau Luttierun Ctturrli.
Coriifr 4th Hnil Oicnnut.
hu inlay Srlmol nl 9 ti.
Hrrraiin nt 11 00 n. 111.
All rci-rtltill.v Invited tonttriiil
Cum. Hi'MiCi I'untor.
l'JO'J, will ever be uppi ov. d
Kepublican legit.!aiui e or g'
HIS PROMISE AN 3 HIS CJ'Joi,
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A .1 ', On 11'. my .a.' ll. ' ! 'i,
y..u'd I'.iuk lli 11 I li- l I" 'I 'i.. I 1
f.'tu llwu,:li wu nr.-i .i.l n.
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state of tin;
j (Hi giessiie vari- ty Ih r people
line rniiti lit il, prosperous a lid
1 i: is nut hiely t dal they will step
111 tin ii' m.i r-h of progress and
j tin '11 ngain to take up the slow
j nod b.u-k ward nn thods of the old
I Di'iiiocivtic pr f.'ssioiiul p 11
! in. i n, a: d -ii!!; le.idi rs. Hurd
My. Ail ti.. it Di ino,-1 :it hung an
! argument i n oti, erwi.se. j tin
i e: ' .011 i 11 the sixth district
iwll.'i lied lot bo taken too
j si 1 iously in view of lh" ciicuni-
t am 1 s. When eleetioii time
jcon.es u round the peopr will put
Miio htar.pof I hei r n pproval on
Mh iidinini Ui'.it ion of Gov. Had -M.
Vi-idthe Ueiuoeits will re
1 tiro to the buck ground for good.
take the paper, borrow it 1 run j -,, ; :, .,, ,VV(lU. f tho people
their neighbors, and while this ! ,( kUu n,,. i,:i will (irobably
inconveniences the neigiibof, and j . f,- twelve reliable K
also themselves, it eancoL heip ,l:l( ..,, ......1..,, Democratic
I districts and ten doubtful. It
will be 11 fair proposition- No
but make US feel proud that they
really care enough for our paper
( uthoUc Cliurrli her Ice.
Corner Ulh ml Wuliiut.
Kervlees lt. mui 3rd. sumlrtvii ot
oai'li iMonlli (it 10.30,
Mann ut 8:00 ti. 111.
Rkv. Kai 111:11 Mi 11 i-n v , I'untur.
Firal l'reb trrlan Church.
l" 'l i p.u ti. in arrangement will be al
io walk a mile each wi
itanu also save iv.o c. nis. i-; u..11Vj by lhu (.uimittee
shows that these people are: ,
economical and that who 1 our
advertisers put an ad in our p .p. r
they Will be sure to 1 11 I it ea 1 1 -fully
and lake i ni l th liarg .ins.
No JoMpnus, .v(ui 1,1 .ii 1,1 t
feel that v.ni are bound to inii
for I he candid ite lecaus. jmi
accepted 11 cigar from hini. If
gave you tho tig-tr b'-eau - h"
likes you und beside, if ,,! is
elected you will help pay for it.
Missouii Pacific Excursions.
3 .vairsion Kates Missouri
,' Ji-lena, I.ranson and Ilol-ii.ti-r.
I'i iouri and White Hiver
I lyie.t.i daily until November joth,
1 turn limit 30 tla)s.
Cunimpr Tourist Rate Pertle
f pi inr.'i, Sweet Springs, McAlestor
a-.J lloustinia, daily, May oth tc
Sept 30th. U. A. BAlLF.y,
Corner 3rd und Turk Aveiiu.
Sumluy ki lioul nt 11 n. 111.
Junior Kinleiivor nt 3:00 p. m.
Prearlilng nt 11 11. 111.
Christian Kmleuvor ut :.HH p. m
I'raver Meetlnc every Wetlneii-
ilay nt 7;:i0 p. m.
rreiielilnir nt 7:S0 p. 111.
W. M. IIowki.i., Punter
M. K, Cliurcli, Houtli.
Cor Snl mid Turk Avenun
rtunilay Kehool nt t:4..
1'renelitnff nt II a. 111.
Keillor 111811.' lit 0:H0 p. In,
1'rnirhlng nt 7 ..i p. 111.
F.veryone ronllnlly invlteil to at
U'Uil I hew nervine.
IT. A. IT 1 Mic 11, Putor.
Corner 8rd ninl Mnpie.
1'rfurhliiK every Hunday,
lMH) a. in. enit 7.30 p. ro.
Huiiilny ek-bool; t) 4.1 a. ra.
H. Y. I". V. 8.50 p. m,
l'rnyer meeting; Widneday;
rso p. m.
Kllili- elnni; Bnturd;; 7.10 p.m
F. V. Htakiiimi. I'nitir.
Comer Ilrd ninl Wnlnnt.
lillil.. Nriiool nt tMi e. m.
t'oiiiiiiiuiloii nui' rn'ocliiuc e-r-
t ll'in nt II mi II. III.
tirlntluu liiuliivor ti Su
Kveiiltiif t-ervliv 7.H0 '
You nrv rorillnlly Invited to !
preKfiit ninl brlnu your nelfilibore.
I.. II. koKi-NM., Mluttr,
Church of Cbrlat, Hrlentiet.
Corner 8rd ninl Walnut.
siiiinlay Hcli 00 1 at 9:45 a, m,
Krvle at 11 a. lit.
Tentliuoulul Meeting ou Wednea
day nt 7 :'t0 p. m,
lt. ndtntf Room open oa Weduta
ilny from :i to 6 p. tn.
Allaru ronllnlly Invited te at
tend theite nervlees.
Walnut Street M. K. Church.
Corner 4 lti anil Walnut.
Humlay School at 9 Ad a. B.
I'ri'iirhltig at 11 a. in.
Junior lingua at 2. SO p m.
I'pworth lugu at I. SO p. in.
I'reurhliiic at 7:'0 p. m,
Trayer meeting o a Tan red a
evening at 7:M0,
Tim public It cordlall letled te
W. It, Woodward. Fatter.
'"ipi m-iri-'!wi-'n Mttwi