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iH0OLD BE BEATEN.
ai0 lht should otB. Sp.r.i -rican ambassador, Mr. Lular with the Bmallboys F .., the London Ex- Vjinini)- and tiny Tommy f','0 thr0w their hats in the Ir as many cheers as the rt-prc-nitaive wouiu careio jlr. Choate's name being . ii.;r enthusiasm. Mr. i .i:,M,ut prizes at theUni- i.Ui'ge'siool, also distribut- ,;nion that corporal pumbu ;i wrong, and that the birch -i Id lie broken into Vane bn " - , - ,,; ami the smithereens Mihctrreat elsewhere. : articular school the pu- Ler beaten. The spectacle ,,,wflTk ns liimseu up into ,,i stick in band, chasing a lmv. does not occur in me fetseatoflearnicg.althoiigh is not obsolete as to the England s schools. .hod at the University L'ol 1)01 is one of moral sua- ip vouth who refuses to learn Lhaves in a disorderly man i-. in awful state to the room Lulmaster or of his assistant L lectured for his shortcom ing have, or had, a system of ,aring book." This is sent brought in in the most sol- ,i .f a. fete, in me presence m me iaj tl, rame of the culprit .Rtount of his misdeeds are Later he is arraigned for hoys would prefer to be whacked and have it over, i. found, so the school author- ve. that moral sun.-ion is more .1 i t in ruorming uiem. Mr. comes from a country where :v the person of the individ- iiirdid as so sacred that the v i? not trounced with a birch. i i i i i i i iiioiiie wno nave nan utaiings e American Miiull boy attrib hail manners, hi.s "friliness," . ulfciisivi'ness, to thi. very rts in the matter tell us that ;iiiil)le to develop a buy with rtain allowance (if cane. Old iiid old bachelors believe that hi be governed by standing acorner or depriving him of his id jam. This statement the ij experts greet with an in usL'iilTaw. It is hardly likely r. Chuate was ever confronted he irritating situation of a Iwv making a grimace at him Lving under the table. If he m so confronted he would have it more easy to rout him out hiding place with a vigorously roomstick than to extract him ;he honeyed words which he ) well in diplomacy, as who know what they are talk out say that the moral suasion is a success with little girls. If should never be slapped. They lore sensitive and refined bv na- than the hobbledehoy young , and thev respond more readily null? to their intellect. For the :it it is likelv that the British i t will not dispose of the penny - or of the lath. This implement h builder in the construction 'ilings is cheaper than bamboo, k a very effective article. W of 13, tradition says, can 't' manaired bv a woman at all. p is because the woman employs irguiiu-nts of diplomacy, like Mr. 4e. A man hag no dillicultv in hading the very small boy to do ' directs. I hat is because tne reaches for a cane. The sroltlcn of which Mr. Choate talks when ion will lie down bv the lamb, n small bovs will not need cor- punishment, and when the roD ill nest azain. are very pretty 'indeed, but experts assure us they L"t yet here. The Kaiser' i Ring. n Thursday, July 18, Kaiser Wil- J "rove from Gudvangen to dtai and on the road lost his ring. 1' drove himself, t ho lines may l' Pulled the rinr from bis finger. Stallieim the carriage was cleaned "'id a hostler found tlie missing ''.v upon the bottom of the vehi- The next day the kaiser returned udvangen, and thinking that the oachniun who had driven him ra the finder of the ring, banded a 50-crown note (about $R..0) lc ftepned out of Ihe coach. The '"'"nan at once rxnlainod that he "ft the finder of the valued art ut that the hostler at Stalbciin tlicluckv The kaiser then r'J'd the man 100 crowns for lii '"lOstV. ynin.fi "1 nin vnrv irlml tO Wk, a it is my engagement IROBATE LOI'KT DOCKET. Xoveiulier Term, l'.KH. jv. 11. 1901. and uaius exe- et al minor, X I' Kikst Dat, Monday, X 1 I'earcv. William .1 i Jonn k. rearcy, Dr. II. Willi cntor. liuc'k, Lnev Buck curator. 3 Frerkin:', Auirust minm- n n v Frerking curator. 4 Green, Oliver minor; A K Urei'n curator. Green, Colorado I' minor: A V Oreen curator. 0 Ford, Clyde II et al minor; M I) Wilson public curator. 7 Stockton, William et al minors; M Wilson public curator. 8 Campbell, Martba A .1 (leo. W . Campbell adiur. 8 a Estute of Grove Young deceased; Tbeo Younirs. .losenh L Yonnirs. T'.l. " r " nier E Youngs aud John Greer execu tors. Second Day, Tcehday, Xov. 12. 9 Uogge, Amelia L minor; Edward Kogge guardian. 10 Suhre, Ernest II deceased; Louis II Willmer adiur with will annexed. 11 Ragland, lienjamiD D deceased; Cynthia W Rutland admrx. Strodtman, John G deceased; John Strodtman executor. 13 Kresse, Carl deceased; Albert Kreesc executor. 14 Graham, Gordon minor; M D Wilson public curator. 15 llopkins, Sarah K deceased; M D Wilson public administrator. Tiiiki) Day, Wkdxesday, Xov. 13. 10 Stout, John A insane; James II. White guardian. 17 l'hillips, John A deceased; Claude A Phillips executor. 18 Metcalf, Robert deceased; E R and J P Metcalf administrators. 19 King, Alfred deceased; Xancy W King administratrix. 20 Fultou, Margaret deceased; Lor- rimer Fulton executor. 21 Van Anglen, Henry S deceased; Archibald and Walter R Van Auglen executors. 2J Uarrelson Emsley M deceased; Edw S llutt administrator, !.l XolteCarl F W deceased; Franz F W Xolte executor. Foi'HTii Day, T hciihday, Xov. 14. 24 Mever, Mary ami Lena minors; Fred D Meyer curator. 25 Gates, Albert and Lula, minors: M D Wilson curator. 2(1 Frerking, Adolf C et al minors; Louis Frerking curator. 27 Horn A Co (partnership) Rebecca It Horn surviving partner. 28 Ralston, Fannie deceased; John V Uear administrator. 29 Lyons, David deceased John K Lyons administrator. 30 Tanner, George et al minors; Rrownie Tanner guardian. . i f .11! . 31 Lewis, Geo V deceaseu; wome Lewis administratrix. Fifth Day, Friday, November 15. 32 Alexander, Susan M deceased; G R Alexander, admr. 33 Twente, Herman U, deceased; J H Charles Kronshage admr. 34 stuenkel. Charlotte deceased; Ernest Stuenkel admr. 85 Sebultz Geo deceased; Marcellus C Vaughan admr. 30 Klotas, John Henry deceased. Arthuse Jane Klotz executrix. 37 Adams, minors deceased; W Hicks Adams admr. Sixrn Day, Saturday, November 16 38 Noonan, Bridget deceased; John Hagerty administrator. 39 liuehanan, Grace et al minors; John Prince curator. 40 Ueamer, Menoah deceased; Ike I Ta lor administrator. 41 Clay, William D minor; U l rng- more eurator. 42 Prigmore, Hassie S minor; I) Y Prigmore curator. 43 Patterson, Eddie ana uugn minors; lrvin-r .eyzing curator. Seventh Day, Monday, November 10. 44 llader, Chas deceased; Louise ITiuli-r executrix. 45 Parks, Edward Francis insane; John W. Parks gu aid ian. 40 Ewing, Eugene M deceased; John G. Worthington executor. 47 AUstadt, Catherine .1 cieeeaseu, Wm Aull admr with will annexed. 48 Gosewisch, Kathcrine deceased; U G Phctzing executor. 4.9 Stephan, J C deceased; II 1 nniMiitin fulmiuistriitor. so Stanley, Estell minor; Wade Ilicklin guardian. E..M.TH Day, Tuesday, Xovembk.u 19. RohertW Keene. deceased; ir gil Keene executor. 52 Uiirton, Arinnr, iu..i ... f..r....i itm-toii L'uardian. minors; im'iw , Uodenburg. Iheclrum uecea.M-,., M D Wilson i.ublie administrator. .1 Mullinlx, George decease, Wilson public administrator r.r. sunders. Ilernen aim - minors; M D Wilson eurator. ,, Administrators ., " ... rwaiors are strictly recpiir :r;:: their set dements on the dav on which their eases a. C Hmkk P.C...NN..ll',uf l robllte- Late Last Swhtt Th-oyou don't le.U tb6 Xtli nj C.ldell' Syrup Pepsin U very native for iic L . rllordrd itomoh partner. OUR NEW CONGRES SIONAL ALLIANCE. Since the legislature in redisricting the state bag taken Lafayette from th fifth and and added it to the seven) i' the old with a feeling of regret akin to Hctnal sorrow. In faot, though we are n a new district the people of Lafay- r l been first assistant city counselor for two years. Since leaving the mayor's office, be has been three times elected to congress in 1896, 1898 and 1900. "Will Cowherd may almost be called nooio product. He was horn at Lee' Summit, Jackson county, Mo., September 1, 1870. He received his farly education in the publio schools there. After four years in college he came to Kansas City and entered the law office of Tlehenor, Warren & Dean. This was in 1882. "As mayor Mr. Cowherd was im mensely popular. His administration was cleau and honest. In point of fact, Mayor Cowherd was so faithful o tne public that be greatly onenaea certain "powerful interests," and when his term closed be did not stand for renomlnation. -. 'But in the fall of 189C Mr. Cow herd ran for congress and reversed the majority tne district nao oniy iwo years before given to the republican nominee. Sinnn trnincr to Washington Mr. Cowherd has demonstrated that he is the right man in the right place. He is one ol the most eloquent men in nnncrpHa. and nt the same time when he talks be always has something well worm saying to hear, tie nas acuom nlishd a crreat deal. too. for bis con I " D ' ' stituents, not only in Kansas City, but out in the rural distriots as well. For one thing, when Jackson and Lafay ette countv farmers Deean snoriiy re ceiving, tbeir mail, tneir letters anu newspapers, at their own doors eacn tlav. thev will have "Will" Cowherd chietly 'to thank for it. He has been working like a Trojan for months get ting rural free delivery routes for this district." The seventh, the new congressional district in which we have been placed, is a T shaped affair and runs from north of the Missouri river very nearly to the Arkansas line, as will be seen by reference to the accompanying map of the state as laid off in congressional districts by the last session ot u.a legislature. The democratic majority of the dia trict lies in the three counties forming the upper part of the T, as it did in the old distiict in the counties ol Saline, Howard and Boone. The normal majority for democracy in th new district is about three thousand, while it was something like five thou sand before Boone was cut off and Lafayette added. For Cooney and hia republican opponent the vote by county was as follows in 1900 : Dem. Majority. Boone, 3170. Saline, 2059. Howard, 1864. Pettis, 3856. Uep. Majority. Benton, 440. Greene, 411. Hickory, 506. Polk, 403. Pettis, 3856. It will be noticed that there was ft tic vote in Pettis, Cowherd s majority over Brown in the fifth district was 1020. So far the Hon. James Cooney is the only candidate announced in the dis trict, but .others are talked of by their friends. Hospitable Lexington. the following: Ml, ftttl Treble. A number of our society young! Hess Ball, Alice Ledbetter, Dorothy ladies and gentlemen were invited to Hamaclier, mw amnu, uu. Hon. William S. Cowherd, congressional district the logical sup position is that the lion. Jnnn8 Cooney, of Saline, is now our repre sentative, although we had no hand in electing him. Itiatemt L-itnyeUe gave e'le feel inclined to claim Cowherd as ihir iiroiinriv until the end of bis r.-r---,, term. lMerring to this distinguished son of M'msonri the Kansas City World of a dance at Lexington Tuesdav tven ng, given by the young men of that city. According to report, it was a most elegant affair, with orchestral music and all that goes to make such an occasion brilliant and enjoyable. And more, It 19 said the LexiGg tonians outdid themselves In their hospitality to their Richmond guests, and the latter are enthusiastic In their expressions of appreciation. The Dartv rrom u enmona consistea oi nod Messrs. James R. Utilities, Jos, S. Hughes, Malcolm Smith, narry Mor ton, Charles Chenault, Chas. Whittam and Chas. VadKbn. Richmond Dem- ocrat. Many people are Buffering fearfully from Indigestion or dyspepsia, when one bIorU bottle of herbloe would brio about a prompt and permanent core. A few doses will do more for a weak omach tban a prolonRed course of any other medicine. Price, 50 cents. For sale by Crensbaw & Yonng. u-tmi I z. .. . xte asSL , ;wiin ? B - "J f? 9 . m m ji'gj? ;MCTiflIAl j WtOH CONGRESSIONAL DISTSICT8 OF III8S0URI AS AERAHGED BY THE HEW APPOKIIOBKKBX. We sell the Mound City Co's fEne Mixed Paints, these paints are also entirely pure, you cannot buy a better paint anywhere. We also carry a lull stocK oi J Leads, Oils, Enamels, Varnishes, c&c. and can supply you with anything you may need in this line at the lowest prices. CRENSHAW fc TOUKC. jwiomiHHHwoioftflo oooo her splendid democratic majorry to that sterling democrat and peerless representative In congress, the Hon. W. S. Cowherd, of Jackson county We today present our reader with last Saturday said : 'There aren't many men in this I section, or anv where else for that matter, who at 41 jears of age can show fuch a record in their choBeo Qouuuguu MMimiWHmiM oiooo DIFFICULT: aUESTIONS Getting a pair ot new shoes is Ja cause of worry to most people, and the following difficult questions naturally arise: r (Inar- v' u,,l .,-'- V;. -C ' - ' U - Where can I find a shoe that fits comfortably Where can I find the best quality in a shoe Where can I find the best Shoe for the money We can answer these questions readily for you. Give us a trial and we can satisfv you with a comfortable fit,Kunsurpassed in quality and at a price that yon must at once acknowledge to be reasonable. We solicit a liberal share of your patronage. M. D. WILSON. GEORGE W. BATES, ii g WITH i , The Equitable Life Insurance Co., 8 n Of New York Hon. James cooxey. Bold by Leroy U-2m2 portraits of bulb the old uud the new ,prcsent!itives, and while w realize that our interests will be looked ufier hy llio new representative we part with carter as W. S. Cowherd. Educated lor ihe bar, lie early euler-!! publio life. He wns elected m yur of Kansas City before he was 3 J in the spring oi 1892. And prior to that ho had THE STRONGEST: IN THE WORLD O S 1 B when wanting Life Insurance call on or addressD a ' GEORGE W. BATES, - "Lexington, Mo.