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MORGAN COUNTY REPU1LIOAH
W. W. KINLOUH, Publisher,
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Interesting Items Gathered From All
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efit of Our Readers.
Four men attempted to rob a K.
C. So. trnln near Hotter, Ark. The ex.
press messenger waH seriously wound
ed and one. of the robbers Hhot by
The government hearing of the Har
vester trust case was adjourned until
October 23, In New York.
The State bunk of f'ouncil Hill, Ok.,
was robbed of about J:OUO and a party
of mounted bandits escaped after a
Tli- plant of the L'nlted States
Grain,, Flour ami Feed company at St.
Joseph burned. The estimated loss
A severe wind and rain storm which,
at several points, reached tlio cyclone
stage, swept central Kansas and
canned Moods which destroyed much
Twenty-two passengers were Injured
when two New York elevated trains
came together in u rear-end collision
at a station.
The Missouri, Kansas & Texas rail
road has purchased the Hoaumont &
(ireat Northern, a line through the
lumber district from Weldon to Liv
lieput sheriffs attacked a group of
Creek minerh at Bingham, Utah,
wounding several, when they gathered
at the 1'tah Copper company's pit.
The liiht hogs to sell as high uu '
a hundred pounds In Kansas City In
over two years have Just been mar
keted b A. K. Walqulst of Morgan
vil e, Kan.
Discovery of forged orders for the
release of prisoners In the county
Jail at Omaha, Neb., has Just been
Injunction asked by .NJissourl Re
publican state committee to keep
RooneeJt electors off the ticket wan
denied by Judge Wurdemnnu.
At Aikaiibas City, Kan., an organ
ization of good road boosters, to ho
known as the Kansab-Oklahoma Good
Roads association, was fotmed.
The St. I.ouls fc San Francisco Rail
way company was Indicted by the fed
eral 'fcrand Jury at St. I.ouls on II
counts for violation of the interstate
The Calltornla (Irand Lodge of Ma
tons in seshion at Los Augelus adopted
b resolution excluding horn member
ship anyone engaged in the saloon ,
The Jury which will try Police I
Lieut. Charles Meeker, cliaiged with
the murder of Herman Rosenthal in
New York Iimh been completed. i
Thi' safe in the store of the Martin
Mercantile company at Hamilton,
.Mo., was blown open with nltro- '
Klycerln. Only a few dollars were
Moio Hum 1,100 alleged cures for
the horse plague which swept Kansas
this summer have been submitted to
dov. Stubbs In competition for tho
reward or $1,000.
The supieiue court of M-ibo ruled
flint Progressive olectois hhould not
be certified by the secretary of state
or printed on the odlclal ballot at tho
An Iioiii'h heroic treatment brought
back life Into the body of Hert Kdgar,
nn electrician pronounced dead from a
hhock of l!,200 vollB at San Francisco.
Robbers blew bank safes at Krem
lin and Douglas, Ok., getting nothing
at either place.
Kansas colleges are preparing n
standard requirement program that
will practically abolish preparatory
Chicago's night schools opened with
nn attendance of 1S,!I!),'1 persons.
Thirty grade schools and three high
schools are being used.
Free text books for convicts In
Folsoin penitentiary, were ordered by
the California state text book Commis
sion, Bandits who used a motor cur way
laid Thomas J. O'Mrara, a St. LouIb
saloon keeper, and took from him a
grip containing $3,000.
Tho Missouri Btiprcmo court en banc
made an order temporarily suspending
the writ of ouster against tho Stand
Tho Farmers' bank of Bogard, Mo.,
was robbed of 2,500. Tho robbers
blew the safe door off of tho hinges.
A threshing niachlno engine crashed
through the Dutton bridge, three mltoa
north of Lawrence, Kausas, and fell
35 feet, Injuring three men.
A. n. Phillips, n Frisco conductor
was burned severely and a freight ca
boose destroyed lu the Springfield,
Mo., tr(ls, when a gasoline stove lu
the car exploded.
Two Jolntlsts were brought In on at
tachmcnts at Columbus, Kan. One
was sentenced to 30 days In jail and
fined $100 nnd tho other sas given
the same on three counts.
The second Missouri Rural Life con
ference is lu session at Kirksvlltc, Mo.
Forty Chinese were landed near San
Francisco by the crew of c. small
launch, which scaped after running
the gauntlet of government cutters
A special scsblon of the U. S. dis
trict court Is called In Topeka, Novem
ber 23 for the case of tho Fowler
I'acklng company against the Kaw
valley drainage board, Involving $1,-
Edward Clark of Cincinnati pleaded
guilty to the government's charges In
the dynamite conspiracy cases at In
dianapolis. Foreign Affaire.
Six American railroad conductors
when about to be shot nt Zacatacas,
Mr.x., were rescued by the 'rebel chief,
Germany's aerial fleet was crippled
by the explosion ami burning of one
of Its Immense military dirigible ha
loons and the hall lu which It was
stationed nt RelnicUendorf near Her
Gen. Pascual Oro.co, with H.OOO men,
was found on the Mocker ranch, an
Ameilcan property, DO miles below Del
For attempting to assassinate King
Victor Emmanuel of Italy, Antonio
Dalha was condemned to 110 jears of
A Montenegrin force which crossed
the Turkish border has been annihil
ated and J.ofjo Albanian troops have
The Mexican chamber of deputies
voted to doub'e their own pay, bring
ing it up to approximately $:i,000 a
Montenegro lias declared war on
Tu -key and fight lug has begun. The
declaration was delivered to tho porto
by tho Montenegrin charge d'affaires.
The third Intel national Congress of
Archaeology opened in Rome, Italy, to
remain in session till October Hi.
Enrique Maza who assaulted Hugh
S. Gibson, the American charge d'af
faires at Havana, was sentenced to
two and a halt years' imprisonment.
The Kiiropcan powers have decided
to intervene at the llalkan capitals
,Vliie8-.Viiliifil;'ut $1X)00,000 were de
stroyed by frost in Get many. Many
of the wine growers ate ruined.
Robbers who attacked Miss Eva
Olson near her home lu Chicago broke
the girl's right leg in futile efforts to
force her to cease lighting.
Secretary Nagel will tout Missouri,
his home state, next week lor Presi
ICIIabeth Thomas, a 1 1-year-old de
linquent child, dashed lye in the face
of Mrs. W. II. Kellj, assistant proba
tion olllcer at Oakland, Cal., painfully
Enraged because she married an
other, Harley llarlett attacked Mrs,
l'eail Pomeroy near Gallatin. Mo., and
Injured her severely.
Dr George It. Nye of Wnverly, Ohio,
leprchentatlve In the legislature plead
ed guilty to bribery In tho last legis
lature at Columbus,
Dr. E. T. Fall child or Topeka was
elected president or N w Hampshire)
college at Durham by unanimous vote
of tho trustees.
Will Isaac, a Filsco brakeinan was
killed when he foil from a buggy in
which he was 'driving near Spring
J. II. Martley, son of a wealthy
family or New Iledford, Mass., shot
and killed Miss Louiso Gelinas of
Boston and then killed himself nt Salt
Ile.ekiah Watts and Edward Young,
wealthy fanners, argued over a hnrso
trade at Wichita and Watte shot
Frank J. Gould obtained release of
all or tho $lii0,n(ii) worth or baggago
which customs authorities seized when
ho urrhed from Paris. Under protest,
ho paid $2,811 on the dutiable articles.
Joel Morrison, wanted for 12 years
for stealing a cow, was arrested at his
home In Sulphur Spring, Ark., less
than 100 miles from the scene of tho
Ixmls Wolf, 17 years old, was sent
to jail at Atchison for :t0 days when
his father refused to pay his $15 fine
Imposed for motor speeding.
Clark Jones, 45 years old, worth
$10,000 voluntarily appeared before the
probate court at Macon, Mo and
aBked an Inquiry Into his sanity.
James Ferris and Breekeurldgc Mail
pin, wenlthy farmers, met on tho
street at Richmond, Ky., and Mnupln
shot Ferris, killing him Instantly.
John D. Archbold, president of the
Standard Oil company, was rccnlled
by tho senatq committee Investigating
i MISSOURI STATE NEWS i!
Set Fire to Caboose.
Jt. U. Phillips, conductor on tho St
Louis & San Francisco railroad was
burned levcrcly and n freight caboose
destroyed at Springfield when n gas
oline stove on which Phillips was heat
ing coffee, exploded. The train was
just leaving the yards and Phillips was
alone In -the coach. The train was
topped and the fire extinguished by
the Springfield fire department.
To Meet at West Plains.
The state Chrlstain Endcavorcra
will meet at WeBt Plains October 17
to 21. Charles A. Dlxoti of Scdnlla Is
president and Mies Marie Anderson of
St. Louis, state secretary. Many
prominent Christian Endeavorers will
be present and 400 delegates are ex
pected. An excursion to Mammoth
Springs, Ark., will be taken during
Auto Bandits Got $3,000.
Bandits who used a:i automobllo
waylajd Thomas .1. O'Mcara, a St.
Louis saloonkeeper and took from him
a grip containing $:i,000 In cash. They
held off a crowd of pursuers with re
volvers and escapid. The number of
the automobile was obtained by the
police. O'Meara had drawn the money
from a bank to cash checks of work
ers near his saloon.
Blew Safe In Store.
The Eafe In the store of tho Martin
Mercantile company at Hamilton was
blown open at .'5 o'clock In the morn
ing with nitroglycerin. Only a Tew
dollars were obtained by the burglars,
and the Adams Express company sale,
wnicn sioou next to me one mown,
was not Usturbed. No merchnndiso
Hog Prices Go Up.
The first hogs to sell as high as $0
a hundred pounds In Kansas City in
more than two yeais. -vero marketed
by A. K. Walqulst of Morganvllle, Kan.
They averaged L'To pounds ami were
only one year old. Each hog brought
$24, HO. A year ago the top price was
$0.45 a hundred pounds.
Woman Killed In Runaway.
Mrs. II. E. Marsli was killed at
Iacledo by the running away of a
team which became frightened at a
freight train. The wagon box was
overturned upon tho woman and her
son, and when they were found she
was unconscious and died beforo
Condemned Single Tax.
A resolution condemning the single
tax amendment as Ineiiltnblc and un
just and pledging its support to bring
about the overwhelming defeat of tho
measure, was unanimously adopted by
the Trenton Commercial club com
posed of 500 business men and fann
ers. Abstracters In Session.
Tiie Missouri Abstracters' associa
tion convened at St. Joseph for a two
days' session. The association is for
tho betterment of the abstrticteis' pro
fession and has been the means of ac
complishing much good.
Mexican War Veteran Dead.
Tho last Warrensburg survivor of
the Mexican war, tho Hev. Elijah II.
Hurchlleld, died at his home In that
city. Mr. Hurchlleld also was a vet
eran of the Union army. Ho was born
in Jefferson county, Tenn., lu lV-ifl.
Need Money to Fight Single Tax.
E. H. Silvers, secretary of tho stato
anti-single tax league Is out with a
Btatemeut that unless additional funds
are forthcoming Immediately the head
quarters at Kansas City will bo closed.
Rural Life Conference. r
Tho second annual Missouri rural
life conference opened at Klrksvlllo
under tho auspices of the first district
normal school with addresses by Nora
Burn Dunlap, president of the house
hold science department of the Illinois
Farmers' Institute, and Dr. F. II. Dress
ier of the United States bureau of
Drury College Needs Funds.
At the annual meeting of ministers
of the Congregational church In south
west Missouri at Springfield, a resolu
tlon waB adopted appealing to tho
churches over the district to raise Im
mediately their apportionment for tho
support of Drury academy. The Insti
tution Is badly In need of money.
Clark' Son on the Stump.
Speaker Champ Clark's son, llennet
Clark, a law student at the stato uni
versity, has Joined his father in a
redhot campaign for WIlBdn and Mar
shal! and the whole Democratic ticket.
When he spoke at Truxton, many were
unable to crowd Into the courthouse to
DISAPPROVED I, W. W. METHODS
Thirty Thousand Americana Parade
Streeta of Lawrence, Mats With
Flags Good Order Prevailed.
Lawrence, Mass. Thirty thousand
American flags were carried through
three miles of muddy streets by 30,
000 men, women and children in a
demonstration against the Industtlal
Workers of the World. Lining tho
streets through which tho parado j
passed the spectators stood ten deep.
The line passed beneath a big arch
bearing the Inscription:
"For Ood and country. The Stars
and Stripes forever, the red Hag never.
A protest against tho Industrial Work
ers of the World, Its principles and
With one nccord the marching thou
sands removed their hats and sang
and cheered as they approached tho
arch. . '
At the police station City Marshal.
Sullivan stood on the steps and us tho
paradcrs passed they cheered nnd
dipped their (lags.
Leaders of tho Industrial Work
ers had cautioned thdr follower
against making any counter demon
strations, and good order prevailed lu
WYOMING PRISONERS MUTINIED
Between Twenty, and Thirty Desperate
Men Terrorized Rawllngs Quiet
Restored After Fierce Fight.
Kawlliigs, Wyoming. A fresh out
break occurred at the penitentiary
hero, between L'O and :!( prisoners
escaping, marching through the main
streets of the town anl after killing
one citizen, badly wounded another
and having one of their number killed
by a deputy, lied to hills surrounding
tho town where a desperate battle
was waged between a posse and tho
When the doors or the cells were un
locked, a larger number of convicts,
who did not join in the break for lib
erty, were sot free Inside the walls.
Many of them were aimed. Soon a
riot was in progress, the guards bat
tling desperately to save their own
lives and prevent the escape of every
convict In tho institution.
The present outbreak was the sec
ond within '1 hours, About 4 p. m.
the day before 20 ptlsnncrs escaped,
and nine were recaptured beforo
Quiet was restored late In the day
and tho mutinous prisoners have been
subdued and locked in their cells.
SUFFRAGISTS MARCH ON LONDON
Women Start From Edinburgh, Scot
land, to Present Petition to
Edinburgh, Scotland. A small army
of suffragettes has Just set out from
tills city to march to London, where
they Inti nil to present a petition to
Premier Asipilth. 'ihey are under tho
leadership of Mrs. DoFontblanque,
who will make the Journey on horse
back at the hrasd of her forces. It Is
believed the march will take about six
weeks, those participating expecting
to cover about ten miles a day.
At every stopping place on tho way
meetings will be held and vigorous
suffrage propaganda will mark tho
course of the army. A special uni
form Is worn by the marchers. Ex
penses, which are expected to reach
for each marcher J" a week, are sup
, . , ... .,,
plied to those of the rank and II o ho
cannot afford to make tho trip on their
Greeks Withdrawing funds.
Omaha, Nebraska. A "iiin" on the,
postal savings bi'iik at South Omaha
by 100 Creeks made necessary a call
on tho treasury at Washington for
funds. The Creeks are going to the
aid of their country in the war with
Fired oti Joint Raldera.
Pittsburg, Kansas Several oHiee.u,
led by Jerry Johnston, assistant at
o"rney general, were fired on at Breezy
Hill, north of here, late In tho after
noon by a cinwd of citizens, number
ing several hundred, the olllceru say.
Johnston and T. II. Armstrong, a
stato detective, went to Breezy Hill
on a raid in the afternoon and arrested
two Jolntlsts. A crowd gatheied
around and soon began firing at the
officers with revolvois. The odicers
drew their revolvers and backed down
the road without returning the fire.
Johnston reported the affair to Gov.
Stubbs by telephono and asked
for a company of nillltla.
Train Struck Insane Girl.
Lincoln, Nebraska. The body ot
Miss Ella Harper was found ofT the
Hock Island railroad track near Col
legevlew, a Buburb ofthls city. Mlsa
Haruer. who had been a patler. for
mental trouble at a sanitarium near
Collegevlew, escaped and wandered
about the country most or i..e night,
having been killed, It is believed, early
In the morning, --
IN THE BACK
Point to Hidden
Have you a
lame back, ach-
ing day and
Do yoa feel a
sharp pain after
bending over ?
When tho kid
neys seem tore
and the action
Pills, which have
J. It. trff,. 412 TV. Walnut St.. Clehurn.
Tex., aaya: "For four year I endured
misery from gravel. Morphine was my
only relief. 1 had terrible pain In my
back and It was hard for me to pass the
kidney aecretloni. Doan'a Kidney Pills
cured me and since I took them I have
Get Doan's at Any Drue Store, 60c a Dos
FOSTER-MILBURN CO.. Buffalo, Naw York
SAW NO CAUSE FOR WORRY
Small Boy Pretty Well Satisfied That
the Future Was Not Likely to
Be a Hard One.
Tho Cleveland Plain Duller says:
A Lnkcwood woman was recently
reading to her little boy tho story of
a young lad whose father was taken
ill and died, after which ho set him
self diligently to work to support him
self and mother. When she had fin
ished the story she said:
"Dear Billy, If your papa were to
dlo would you work to support your
"Naw!" said Hilly, unexpectedly.
'Hut why not?"
"Ain't wo got a good houso to live
"Yes, dearie but wo can't cat tho
houso, you know."
"Ain't there a lot o' stuff in tho pan
try?" "Yes, but that won't last forever."
"It'll last till you git another hus
band, won't It? Y9u'ro a pretty good
Mamma gave up right there.
Wise Young Man.
That was a very wlso Cambridge
student of whom the London story
tellers wero talking some time ago.
One of his college friends finding him-
I finlf It'ltllmtt filnrlu iirntii In tlilu Cnl.
onion of students to borrow. He found
him in bed. Seizing him by the shoul
der, he shook him.
"I say," ho said, "aro you asleep?"
"Why do you ask?" queried the
"I want to borrow a sovereign."
"Yes," said tho other, turning oyer
and closing his eyes. "I'm asleep."
"Miss Comcup Is now in tho swim."
"Sho ought to tako naturally to it.
Her father was a milkman."
It Is easy for a girl to pretend to
love an old millionaire and fool him
Into thinking It Is real.
A Confirmed Coffee Drinker Taken to
A liousowifo was recently surprised
when cook served Postum Instead of
coffco. Sho says:
"For tho last flvo or six years I have
oeeii irouuieu wiui nervousness, in-
( d,BC8tIon an(J XM troub,e , cou)dn.t
get any benefit from tho doctor's mod-
lclno bo finally ho ordered mo to stop
drinking coffee, which I did.
I drank hot water whllo taking the
doctor's medicine, with some Improve
ment, then went back to coffco with
the same old troublo as before.
"A now servant girl told mo about
Postum said her folks used it and
liked It in placo of coffco. Wo got a
package but I told her I did not be
llovo my husband would like It, as he
was a great coffee drinker.
"To my surprise ho called for n
third cup, said it was 'good stuff' and
wanted to know what it was. We
havo used Postum ever since and both
feel better than wc have In years.
"My husband used to have bad
spells with his stomach and would bo
sick three or four days, during whlck
time ho could not eat or drink any
thing. But since he gave up coffee
and took to Postum, he has had no
more trouble, and we now fully be
lieve It was all caused by coffee.
"I havo not had any return of my
former troubles since drinking Pos
tum, and feel hotter and can do more
work than In the last ten years. We
tell everyone about it some say they
tried it and did not llko It. I tell them
it makes all the difference as to how
It's made. It should bo made accord
ing to directions then it is delicious."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek, Mich. Read tho book, "The
Itoad to Wellvlllo," in pkgs. "There's
lCver read (he above lelterf A aaw
aae appears from time to tine, Tary
aro rvaulne. trna, aad fall ( haaiaa;