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BROKE WITA THE MAYOR.
Why the Chief Executive of Kansas City Will Have Nothing to do With the Reporters. Kansas City Star. A perfect %lay morning. The air cool and crisp and the sun shine sparkling in its brightness. The dingy city hall took on new colors in the long. whi:e rays. Down in the crowded streets the merry crowd was happy in the barter of the Spring on ion and the golden banan. A iorning unsuspecting in its scintillant beauty. Or eatioins are broken." :,aid May!( i. Neff :o a reporter f,,r the Star. Ye . t:' say \. Vhy. I'm sorry I- ;e \, th yre e ee - u rea tr..Relationus betweeT nc th :Sar Nr a:l all." i the m:nior, wth a Times this mornin. was unfriendly t, me. Yts:erday aternoon :he r wa;.s1 r1;-ieIdly t, mv. 1h Star and nhe Times both have been un rincidly to me for several weeks. I do not expect the Star to be friendly to me from now on. and the situatiOn should be properly understood. ' can't give you any news any sore: not any more." A cloud of smoke from the city hall chimney obscured the sun. The mayor breathed deeply through his; nose. "You must understand," he said, * MAJESTIC TA A c 4 A - + L e ~ * L SE * A L T *ewl ieoes G DUrN WstEfiEst g for sale-Not a piec * entire set-We hav< C our store. If you 0 see it you will agree * K it cannot be duplicat * 1 for less than $8.00. * N Come and have a * S and Buiscuits with 1. e E * x! * I e U ithat I have nI personal iteling in this matter toward the reporters and hers cm11:ected withl the S:ar. with whIm I dcesire 1 cntintie on termS of friendshivp. but the paper h: been znfriendly and I desire t have it kn)nvll puiblicly that 1Where i a breach of relat.ins )etweet us. The mavor did I 't say xwh: er it was lack of criticism of his attitude .n Sunday closing, his li--tility t Ma.\a,r \Xarner'. candidacv for the Senate. m sme ;ther offence that p)r 4mpJted his announcement. "The Star wil have to ge: itS news elsewhe: e since ur relations are riken." he said. "I expeCt the paper t., criticis e me :md yav rs thing: a me. It wil: he nox --ee t .,a-:id l nd -kinl me"gIt d Xel Vw ere. II :e >:!k deireS that he iceinI hetVI we --li h1 e of.- CI ud am t ree t' take thiat vc xar.t "1 1' )C e 11 SC. I havt it hav be- nino mc&i H v1 ilt- Star. -.Ve r-y with the St ar. You know. -n a .*..:rnalii mvsel1 alnd I know it ; :) qarre" with a news iiap-er. I repeat. ,-%wever. tat per 5' ::aily . I hatVe I 4n i mlaint to) make aanst the reporters o- others con tecte': with the paper." "Then reporters for the Star-" "Theyx will have to -et their news I lsewhere." said the mayor. brushing I iis eyebrows contemplatively. r The repor:er. sobbing convulsively, r dowlv walked away. A bird or two- h ;everal of them-twittered in the park it )elow. and the low monotonous S x-histle of a -eanut roaster was e LLEABLE IRON C~A4 EE OEXHIBT I t of Majestc We 'one buying a bisc !e make the tt this set of ever offered We e of tin in the utes a the ware at artic wilIl call and with us that. . ed anywhere cup of Coffee Is. W 1 carried up with a breath of air. The universe moved uninterrupt C(!] I: did no t know. A Sociefy Leader's Farm Luncheon. New York Press. "H(,v t' be happy though narried." is a mild problem beside "HFIow to be happy thugh a milli.naire." if one may judge fr,m the s:renuous en deavors of certain wealthy persons t') find someth;ng new and amusing to while the time away. But Mrs. Hollis ilunnewell is setting an ex ample of the joys t:-, he found in simple living. Though she has figur ed in monkey (Iners and such affairs the 11uncheoi' :at she gave at Fa - sVIern iarm a few days ago va ai t a-. tar rutus tetv' a- paihi)e. The dining room .I t :e old arn ho-tuse was ldecorated with wild flowc-s and branches of apple I . the co.kin: the servi e sf ai stnern "mammx" were .n e<l. Sh seemted o ee the hn i i \irinia was at stake in the suc r failtre of er dishes. tVirgina.: Va S iaved: n dw,ut of that after tht irst mo10uti-ful of fri-d chicken. Mrs. Innewell had asked her guests to iress as simply as possible. She wore plain gingham frock. The June number of the Woman's Joie Companion is beautifully i1 .istrated, from its beautiful de Long re. cover to the very last page. No iore remarkable series of pictures as appeared for many a month than ; given to illustrate "The Living acrifice of the Carmelite Nun." Oth r special articles are "Sacajawea. the AND STEEL RA DON'T ,oo kin GOID in Any Day Cuip of CoffeE NVIT extend you a cordial invitation t :uits and to witness the wcrking IHE GREAT MAJESTIC MALL at c willi show youThow to tcake bisc ; how to cook with halt the fue l1eg that, if properly used, will [a Exhibit Monday, May I ~ird-W'man." and "The Girl Divef .f thet Grcaz Lake . Stories arc m:m01,1n1-IMcOn:nmaiof "Mait - ha a:1 : Anerican Kitchen." "A n : F T!a. "Larrys Angel. A Surburban Burglar" and "The Sti1l 'n Aill." Sea4wnable articles are We<ding Hells by Margaret E. Sangster: -The Sunday Night Sup Per f.,r --t Veather," by Christine Terhunme H1errick. and "Hand-Made Trimmings for Graduation Gowns." The r:gular departments are. as usual the be,t L their kind-Miss Gould's Fad, and Frills"-:his time having 11 d1 with the June bride-"Aunc Janet's Pats for 8oys and Girls,"I the "Pi7zzlc Page.i* H-alf-Minute Par a[graph." "J:s: for Fun." and others. Pah1 i b: :he Cr well Publishing C -:n a);h. Sprin fidld. Ohic: one dot. 7ar a year: ten ents a copV. MILLINERY, DRY GO Have you purchased y to us. We can give you Do you need a new dr< us. We can fit you up ii Do you need Collars,j ] mtc., etc. If so, we [hai ot.t Call and see them. Respectfully, MRS. S. 1 NGE COOKiNG E FORGET UR Exhil (GON IS WEE This Week ai i and Hot Bis< opartake with us a cup of coffe of EABLE IRON AND STEEL R ur store. :uits brown top and bottorn in th I you are now using, and show st a lifetirme.s 29th to Saturday, June: ITE Wedded to a Habit. Wman's lome Companion. Robert L. Taylor. the much-mar rie(l ex-governor of Tennessee, is never averse to a joke even when it is on his genial self. Just now he is telling this one: Upon the occasion of his most re cent marriage, late in the fall of 1904. he was, he says, somewhat puzzled as to the fee he should bestow upon the East Tennessee parson who tied the nuptial knot. WNhispering his di lemma confidentially to a friend, Gov ernor Bob with difficulty suppressed his laughter a: the following advice. XVhy not give him just what you are accust,Imed to paying?" Ilave vou noticed that the water wagon. isn't carrying the load it did sie weeks ago? 108 AND NOTIONS! our hat? If not, come the newest things. ass. If so, come to see i the latest styles. Belts, Fans, Ribbons, tegjust received a new V. CALMES, Prosperity, S. C. XHIBIT M E 0 T 0 I+ C 0 M A 0 L L A. id Have'1 nuits A, - N D Nj3 L+ eand ho A +O ree min. G you aE 3d. o K * N X e H 0 . I B/