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AND HERALD. "Che ffarmington Cimce printing Co. PARMINGTON, ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MO., MAY 27,1904. j Volume.ii, Number si, Democratic i lovei noi fun W. Folk ... I . it'ii i 1 1 :t i ' liiiwrwii Tito I. Uuhr-y.... Neoreinrj "I Mats S:im II Cook I. II MsegrsVC. . . I; VI Muck-ell. Stale Auditoi A I Allen .... D. W. M inn lllukc Hi in- Treasure (Inn. c. Orchard .i.iMif-. cowgitt A 1 1 1 1 1 - '.-! : I K W Major, ... It, ,v to ii N .1 W itili-r II I; Itglmby Jiulgr ni,,.i . i n A M Woodson., .bulge si I., c ,,,,1 Aiiii .He i;. v Lin i, ri,.- I. lnt i 'negro M I; stullli Kits Itobh I ii, nil Judge Join H. Murk II A A III hull) ItepreaeoisiivT .1"- II Dunklin I M (iarietl i nlli'i'lnl .1 I. Itrndley i .i Ii torte) i, n H I'lwiuii I i llyhigtnu ,1,- Plokcrtnu I ivMMimi H .1 ll.ll-lrl I'l IflCCOl II,- .ll"llt' II II. Marlmry I M . I mini to i ilkei i ii. cue II m Murphj hi .1 lirlffard I II Melhuticl He., m. Vtmm Mich. I limn lien to . Maim ... i to I'ortoi Sill v.' l, I lll II II., Ill, ,1, . . .1 1. 1-.. I',, (( . . l,. John A Mprtt, l.lli- .1. June Judge i .,. ( i . .I I IUl l ,i Kiuipn i; i. Wcikei I .11 1 I'i. a i.. Kvain Si III I .'llllllllll't'lll'lll I'll, I A Mr." .1 ('. to jtlinlll . ... I l,lg I iHltllllll.'I'lll.'lll I. I'll l to llllllll. Mm, II I n. I, ii, ID'J llll , 2llft 22 103 12 86 30 .1"'.' 38 80 S 318 19 I 1 1 33 i ; i s 19 l 'Ift. 21 township Nominations ST PUANCOIH. p'nr I'niiHiHlile -i V Bum Win Kellor, i ' iiiilteoiiiHti -J II Tetloy, -I I. I '.inns. .Iiitlieml i 'oiniiiitteitman U II VollllR I; INIMIId'll. CollHtlllile Tims Win nl K II Haknr Will Alnli'1'S..II 2Hli llll i iiiiiinii leeiitHti -I Kiillivuti 171 Ion I In Hint 'in OUR I)d you ;ml to Dross your Hoy Fashionably for a Moderate Price? Mm THEN COML TO LIS We will show you all the Beautiful Novelties for the Lit le Fellows, as well as the Plainer Styles in the New Fabrics for the Bigger Boys. Complete Line Boys Children's Suits With Knee Pants from $1.00 to $6.00. With Long Pants from $3. to $12.00. Our Boys' Suits are distinctive in style and are making us customers for their wearing qualities. Don't fail to visit our store. A I EN'S ( 1 J jOT 1 1 INC i : THE Primary Election, May 21, 1904. ' I rig lS I f t I - JSil " I Jr r f t I I I r ? I ? f I i I .,; i 1,1 ,.' 1 1 . ": 2211 I H2 i", '-'.' mi VII II III AO I 2IU IH 71 ' 184 '.; 206 :iMi2T HH 10 I M 27 03 17 4 808 I 12 Hi 0 Ii0l2.il ' H IS II 20 8 16 14 U34047 87 HO I fill 34 20 06 1811(1 7906 III 181: II I fl 66 30 .'i.i 41 1 1 83 13 168 80(66 26 17 78 76 !7 33 14 03 18 14 3 H blJ2ll .'li I 04 62 132 88 220 1 r 170 2H 12 1 1 1.13 26 t9l84 37 '.:.' 1" 7'.il'1 309 63 62 121 33 330 60 22 II -I- 2ft 7 14 H5 70 I I";:l4 17 It' .'" ;u .;.". i ft3 ..'..J 234 2013 . 38 17 7ft III ft 0 6130! 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KKII l'BHM ('oiniiiiltwrnnii -i II MnliiRTti 374 77 In Hunt 2 Is t'oiiHtHble Oen Morrill .. h o) " KutnCnnh 7 1,1 mahkin iCimntalile l T II. nn 11 Coiouiillueiniiii -i Mooni 72 i K. lilnnknttfthip 45 PKNIMiETllN CollHlllllll' Tl.o-.. linns Iln H i iimtnittH'tiiHii - w V i null! 14 1 iltititii i tin- I'.-iii V X Tlioniin 1(8) NEW STYLES. Our lino is the right stuff, li EADY-TO-WeA It GRAND LEADER, al 2 E . in HO . j 24 V 18 1 I so ;:i :im M 1242 2242 j 10 n; s.i its is 81 1300 720 01 4 fl .'in I i! 80 78 ii 290 -'2 80 Mil l 5H 18 168 18 30 l.'iiio 75:1 717 15201 ."'.il T.'l.'i 7 2212ft s.V W 10 68 ft 2 161 IS its 180 17 Uft 113 'l lH2l61l 261 I I 48 I . V3RU0 lOljl I 82 Is (l!l llStao 146 jt" 71 1201 iMIT . I IIH2 7 1 .'ftii 14 49 121 2.'121 2:121 I 'sill I '-'ft ,ii I ;,; ,;l 1134 2 44 4 I !'.i I",'-'" -4 :i',l l 84 10 160 3 36 1 , 1117.-,, IH Mi i4 II HI ."'J ,'t7 (2 I" 34 7 123 2 3 1 M' !'.', jss URRBTT . 1 foinmitUtPMiM -B.O. I'roanell '0Hlalil K. P. Hebaaliart., '' John iHhaoii. HitOPji Rtnff. man. Icniiiitabta Jm Devlna John I'nin. ' H. B Pnrk t i , 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 flao Clarkaou inn RIVRK. Con. llll, In A I, Wall I ( !iitrtraittaeman A Sole . - hecauso it's "STERLING TaILOK-M A HE. T OUT III WYOMING Four Bodies of Drowned Person Have Hecn Recovered in Cheyenne. IT IS FEsRED THERE ARE OTHERS, SEVERAL PERSONS BEING MISSING. I I Kihihu l Hr l.. ,..l V. ,., I niililil In ri.rlr II. . I. Ilr lb. H1..I1I.1U nl.-rn uC ( rtiti I 1.1,1, tmmt Dnwa Wall Wnl.r Hit I'.,-, lllKh. Chflyonue, W'yo., May 22. Knur dcmI li s ... pamnui drowMd durlag rriuny blKbi'i ftoodi huvo bctu iMBvani. Tin v mi' Edith Siriiit Cbai I. i ClajrtoB, An hii. I'lii) tun. tin it Clayton It 1 laarad Umm have Iwvn oilmr AauaUIra, iu raurfiht of pafsoaa arc 1111 iniMtnii 11.. 'ii.ni raahtod ut ih toot of UTart Hiateenth itraat, dwi tka rtvar Tbat were If lwp la bad when ihe Buod urn. ain'. were una bit o. pat out Halt, bad 1 1. falllm tor 2ft bourn when th" rinudi.iiist ooeurrad at tovi iVIwk Crow oraob bad ii.s.n raBBlBM i lank inn, nnii u inn ii..' elood byrai ooh place a will) r unti'r ill aM blb am. down ihn rallfy, iwaaouai ram i, iiulldlnipi fence , oorrala, baysfaokt wd other movable artlolai in its path Plve hundred paopla II vine th lowlandu nioni; the craab in w.'.o Rneyenne warn itlran no warning what IVOI in. Ill thn w ill of water wax npoB them Many hiul retlNd tor tka iili-lii mi Unit without their iiothiiiR a gan tra! alarm waa poundad and bundredi .f reseuon on horaea and In boail vi n -non at Work In South Clmy nil" 2iH) people live in the Boodad .iia- 'rlit ami ii number are inlKHini; Rertoua waabouti ham aocorrad Mxith Hint ami waat of (Thajtaiiaa. ami '.raffle nn the Damn PaobV i aarloua ly Impeded TeJoarapfa ami lakaphone 'In", are alM down Thn run, Moral ' wan thn wor.it known In many M-ar IN i u III' I I POFDM RIVaiBt. rhe ritx.ii ii,m,i.i,,mi Gaaalairi r,ii., I nelj s, ,(,., ,, j Mnrltlnu. Oreetey, On) , May a - The Hood in Cache I.i Poodre rlvnr n am. it by a waterspoul in 'ho foothill reached 'rn. l. v nurly Hiitnnlny niornlni; The river If rttnnlBI I link full and In thriw' fnnt hlnhar than uvnr baton ahaaa the lowa wan eatabltabfed ah thn brMm north of ii.i' plana have imh-i. araahed ..it. Btrenuooa aaVrti am banal mad" lo aave thn Union Paelffr hridi:.' ban Nn train, havn arrived KlniP Friday A los . watch Ib being knpt en Ihn Hot am. but an bod lea bava rat tas-n w-nn in iln IIihbI II Ik reportod that many mttle lulu m ini: to thn YA'nrren Live tnck Co., ware drowned in tin- inn- rrne dlatrleL RUNAWAY CAUSES DEATH I lnjiirli-n SiiHliilm-d li, lint, l.nittf : iirnnuiti ..n Tetanaa, wiiinit j j. j Ifiaaed t-'Hlnll, . ' imiaiham. in . May 2" Katy laatri ik yean old, daughter of Tbeo Laaaa, jini Chtnday mornlnti of tatanui hrougill on by an Injury rmnlvnd In a runaway accident la-t Saturilay after' mii.iiii. She. with a couple of friandi , .-r" nut dliVlai, ami wtn-n the horhn " became (rlghteaed, Man Laaga lumped 07 1 from the rahlcla nnd received a eom I pound fraetun of one of bar tlmba n i: MOTTO: 1 The mnat goodf tor the leant money ':,l KAKMIMriTOn Mi IH avtii Co. in FARMINGTON, niSSOURI. The HI0HF:R LIFE. Ihlngl s.ti'l by our I local mlniateni. Attaining Life k.'y lieonard H Janklnti paatoi ii tin r a riuinii... m. i. .'.ititrii, s,,uin "Then Mid one uiitn Him, Uonl ari' there tea that be aaved) Ami Unsaid nnii. them, ttrlva to entct In al iha trail ante, for away i tay unto you shall si nk to enlei m and ihall not be able," Lake ty.iyn. Shall in my si-i-k to enter, l.nrd, Who shall but fail' Shall Wf Who bear, and haai Tht everj wonli Heaven 'a manaioBi nevei aeel All' Wl' S.I (Ollll Of I'.Hth'h lOSS (HI' Thai we forajel out Haeael Ami shall We miss t ti rual oyi While nlh here v roam? ii... time, inn in. ii. I. our ha.nl . nui leet, shall th. y to sin Im' given? Aad we ne'er heai Thy welcorae tweet, N n km Thy la. n in Heavea? Poor men! si. ail )eatb,am M(e,aoi love, TI...I Cbriat "in Uurd bath divea, Ne'ci cauM on, aiaful heart, to move. Nor make us stnvn lot Uaavear Ah. striin' O ye who know ami bear. Vi-.i, atrive to pass the v.'"1'. To .lav, up, strive' tun linger there, Tli Ruin, 'tis Death to wait! The Spiritual Birth hldei i' h HOlaMn, pastur.ol thv Karmlnu I, 'II I III 1st 111, I 1 llllll ll I John 6:4 ' I 'or nuataoever is begotten of tlml ovemometli the world, mill tins is the vintnr) t hut liuili overootue the world, nvan our faith," whs tlm anbjeol of the rooriiiti( diacourae nl the Cbriatiait ('liin. li The i. hi veruiou (fivej ii "liorn" where the Americau He vision iihi-s "lu'jotinn " Thai the nliovi- text in a correct traualation no snliol.it' even queationa, There urn iiii limitation in the moral nnii ipiritnal acbievmentu of hint win. believea timt Jeaua is the ( Ibrial . Ii is not wbal is tritel) called "mere latelleotual aatent," but u profound and nn abiding conviction tlmt Jeani ofNaaareth is tin- Havior of the world, the Son ot ilir living ( loii . mil lining begotten doe noi i romprebend the completion of the pi! ss Unit make one a child of (oil in its bigbeal expreaaion The birth thai Uhrial ipokeof to Nino demui is the oo0aiimmation of the soul's aa I rat ion. "Iln t hut bath tin- Son hath tin' life." Parallel pa ana get. make it nil more lucid than mere word nl men. Faith is thn begetting. "Faith cornea by bearingand hearing bv tlm word of Mod." Ihrisl sniil tin- Kingdom is hkn one caitiog aeed on the earth and it s,nnn ap we know noi how "Tlm need is tlm Word," lie told iik. Iln aaid Mis word urn "anriril innl are life." Tin- Hpiril nl i lad spmiks in us innl l,ni;nis Bpiritual life in us through tlm VVoril of truth The Apostolic Benedictior Itl'V I I II : .1 I',,S. I.I III, ,, 111 It, "I ' ,t. i'i .-sit) ti-riaii , tiureti . Many paaaasea ol Hcrintnra line their lull iimimiui; mnl force Im cauae of their familiarity. Memor ised, they are in aoine extent quo-ted-in a mere mechanical faahion Often heard, little attention is paid I" llmtn. AtnOllff llmsn urn man ol ilm mol nrecioua nromiaea in God' word mnl moal iuatructive lutaaagea Thai wonderful Little Uoapel," John 3: Hi, is mi illuatra tn.ii Tlm so called Anoatnlic liene lictinn is anothor. Willi ilm latter ilm Apoatle I'mil cloaea nil of Ins bipiMtlea. arj ins in form ii bus alway the same central idea. Ii bus In mi' by on torn (he nana oiilnih nmlhoil nt I'losinir our Im ri-Ii aervinea mnl diamiaais'B om congregationi. It Rummariaeaaome of tlm principal teunbingi ..i the goapel, Thai it is not fully appro- inteil is ,- idenced by the faol thai the ordinary or average oongrega- tion snnms to regard its pronoun menl iik the siiMinl for aaourinu DEDICATION OF MISSOURI BUILDING At The World's Fair Will Take Place on Friday, June 3d. Tlm Missouri Stiite llnildinn- nt tlm World's Kuir will Im dedicated on Friday, June 8rd, with appro priate ceremoniea, n iiotni.in mili- Itary luinidn and mldrnssns by tome ol the most ilistllii'iiislmil peak on in the ttate, Ilm Missouri Commiaaion is mnking ipeoial affortt to have the oeenxion one of liirg,- tigniflcanoe. GFoveraor A, M. Dookery, Dnited States Senators f. M . Cock nil aad William J, Stone, former United States Senator Qaoefn (i. Vest. nnd each of the fifteen aaembari of the Natiomil Honaa of htopnaenta tives from Missouri are expect ad to be present hih! make briaf nd dresses. Hpaohal miiRienl irogrmu will be arranged. Thn mllitarv pnnide, iiieliiding Hnttery A, the Bnt walment National Hnarda of Missouri, the PbiUppine Snouts, and the West Point Cadets will lend nn niiiironriiitc toueli ot eolor to the day, makiner the Brat mili tary display of tlm Knir neeoiil The details of the in-orrum will be aaooWMBd later through the press bnt the general outlines given are Huflieielit to show the iiiinorljiiinn aud attractiveueas of tbeoccaaiou. Wrapt unil lints mnl in i ,i r: u;- to leave tlm obnrob A Rtranger, nn familiar with tlm people of tlm av afage Rougregititin , would Im tempted to aay, "how anxioua urn tlmsn pee, pie t.. Bniah tbeir aervict ol praiae utul dnvoiiou to their Deity." With tlm hom that this bleating of I'aul, so often uaed to tiny, may poitott for yon t fullei meaning, your consideration to it is aaked this morning. Only three prominent wordt are louuil in thn bleating beaidet tlm tonne from which tbey am to be encored ; grace, love nnd oommnn ion. VVhal i tlm grace of tlm Lord Jeau Christ f Ii is the nn merited kindneaa, ilm nndeaerved good neat of Hod through Ohrial His Son in its application to tlm great qucation of salvation it ai once exclude all falae grounds of hope mnl every erroneous ulna. Halvation i noi deiwndeul on our own works of merit, our own right EHJueneea it nomej to us not as something we have earned, and therefore demand from Uod as nur right. It is bestowed upon us us Hod's free gift, ilm evidence ol His unmerited favor ami undeserved kiudnena. But thewtHh of grace dons not cease with dm acceptance of Christ Tlm same niimeriled gomlnen of (Iml is manifested tu us throughout nur Uhrlatian lives. Will you consider this grace of Uod in several pereonid appliua lions' As a Christian, can you M tlmt von have been a prolltnbh' aarvantl That your life hat ln?en to tin- ghir) nftlndf Thai witbon! thought of self mnl tin, from sin you nave made tlm full return i" (ioil for Ills BjOOdllCSsf KcW of Us would have ilm leinerit) lo make any such declaration, mnl yel Uod has not caal us off. Wa am I Im reuipieuls ol Hie favor and enjoy His goodness mnl kindneaa, not withstanding our failures nnd full ings Tin- second reward ol tlm bless- lllg IS love W Im nan ib-l Ilial ovet We nan mil) understand il by its manifeslalinus, lis great neat consists in Hod's giving t" Ilm world His only begotten Hon Ureater love hmh no man than tins that a man la doU II Ins life for his friends. " The parpetuit) of that love is clearly established in such stain ments as of our Master, "loving to the end." Paul's conception of tins phaae of ilm love of Uod is given in tlm dosing verses of the eighth chapter nl Itomana. No power within or without, no) even death thai ends us many things, "shall im able to seNrate nt from Ilm love of Hod in Chris) Jeaus our Lord.1 ' This love of Utal manifested in our salvation is nisi ntiuued throughout lire andnnl) ineternitj will wn appreciate it in its full IH'SS. The last word is ihn communion or Ihn fellowship of tlm Huh Spirit, Consider His office in the great work nl salvation, Fie leads In Christ ; Iln is Ilm RUthor of Ilm new truth; Iln teals uuto redemp tion; Iln nulls to remembrance all things that Chsial hat spoken; He abides in the Christian ; He lead and guides mid directs, A com munion with ilm Holy Hpiril menus a Christian life true in ita convic tions, Hi-live in thn Master's i-oill-sn. The soon f llmsn things is Ilm great Triune Uod, the Father, the Sou, ami Ilm Holy Uhnst, ecjual in nil things, inseparable in Iheir work mnl nttribnter. Who would not be tlm recipient of so great ilnuu's from so great a snnrcc! When, therefore, von bear this blessing pronounced, remember its import) desire to receive it onr self. As the words of tlm jjmnl apostle sound in your ears, open ynurhearta gladly lo receive mnl with reverently bowed heads adore tlm great tonree of ilm greatest blessings to mankind. The Missouri Building dedica tion day, Juno 3rd, will bring to getber Miaaonrians who an inter Bated in thawing the gnatnen nl the Htate. It will auemble those ; who wish to tee the beauty and grandeur of the Missouri Building and in inspect thn Hitaonri Rx bibita. which t-H the story of tlm unexoalied resources and advan- I tage of tlm imperial oommoti- Wealth. It will Im a day when the Missouri World's Fair Commiaaion with the Governor ot the Htate, I will present the splendid buildiug ! whmh has been erected for Mis souri npOD tlm World's Fair grounds to Missoiirinns. dedicated to tlm glory, greatness and hos pitality of Missouri. While tlm Missouri Building has been coin pie ted for weeks, the dedication has been delayed until the exhibits of nil the fair nre in perfect con dition, thn luiidsciiiin mnl Immitv of the hix position nt its brightest, so that nil visitors will look upon i the completed picture nnd not nn unfinished one. There will be no better time to see the Fnir. All ! the railroads in Missouri hnvn granted a ipeoial rata of one cent n mile each way for this occasion and will laud passengers at the ex po tation gates. This is a special rule for the Missouri dedication dig. Tickets will be on sale .lime 2nd, good for ten days. All Mts sourinns should tukc ndvantnge of this opportuuity I 1 2 IFE'S sricE. the BV S Mi K . . Than is no donbl thai the Louisiana Purchase World't Fail it the greatest slow on earth hast week wa newspaper week at tlm Fair, and il tlm Baimaition ot Boiala left nny thing iindona tor ihn pleaann mid entertainment nl tlm editors. I .-nn'l think what it was. for w- wnm treated royally. m course than will im people who complain, bul they nn the kind that And fault at everything Dm complain! wat thai ilm editors wen invited lieforc everything was Bniahed, imt p ii is then is more than one nan tee lor a week "I tteady si'ht teeing. At I said lust wnnK, il is a glHNI Hunt; thai every thing ii not Bniahed, tor we would wnm ourselves out. Four .lavs is quite enough lo spend al tlm Fail al one iinm. tor Biter you an si enjo) any tired, it is impossible ti thing to its full extent Tlm Inside Inn is reached by the Market at reel and Imelede avenue cars wlii.-li pass I i Station. and is nil 1 1 nt i ii promises in ladng a phmn of real between trips The service at the hotel is good, nnd then vinm about five thousand people then laat week The rooms comfortable, ilm laid lam II apnt it.siil goo, i. mnl rains am reallj v Ihun down town, when you it itaii-ii utaiioii from iln nunc pin lion of Ihn nity Consider one thing; Two is impany, three is a crowd," iaan III sill ily mnl it applies to seeing Two people maj agree same things, i.ut n Ilm Fair ! Iln uoiiiii im hard In hud three or tour who wen nl the tame mnnl. and much lime will Im wasted aim I nssii i in i 1 1 1 i inn im a 'Town I on Ihn Pike, and II mi Ilm more ilm men consider going to nr. Another thing to Is the flint that Voll urn the Fair mid not your S... thenfon . do not friends make engagements by mail lo m el i Item, for ilm mail facilities of Si . amis am such thai a special de iverj letter is apt to be delivered several hours atier Ilm ruuillni mail delivery, and so man) hours of useless wnitiug is ilm result Than nan Isb nn excute foi such ervice, 1 am sataking from n.s wn experience hist week Press associations from every siatn iii ii ii wen Imld I I I weak, and the great majority were ai ilm Inside Inn, whmh was gat with ilm ribbons of ilm guests The Kansas people worn a small sun Bower badge whmh was very much noticed, ami then wen four hundred nf them. Thn State building! wen open for receptions each evening ' i ' Tlm most beautiful Htate build ing on the grounds is ihn Missouri building. Miaaonrians hnvn much to inakn Ihnin proud al Ilm I an lu addition to tlm handsomest stain building, the display in the Agricultural building nf Missouri products is somethiug wonderful, tint many comments to this effect am Imai'il. A ( alitoi'iiiun lo w ln.ni I talked said Hint while their dale gallon was proud nf tlmir St nt . liibil . and they had a right to I.e. they wmn willing In Concede tlm palm in sunerioritv in Missouri m Hint building. My nnengnl is that il was not ready . hut tlm wnrkman wnm still but) pulling things in plane. In iln Palace ol Kdimniiou ,, Mitsourinn con tuiiii s in ha proud when tlm school xhibil from St Louis and tlm state is viewed, Bven the work nf the kindergarten is nmcticnlh iown each afternoon by a htth- kindergarten class in charge of one l ilm teachers. I failed to s.-e the displays tu tlm Horticultural aud .Mining buddings, for we cannot sen everything in a few days, but 1 am siun thev reflect credit on the Htate. Speaking of the mining exhibit, minimis me nf uu incident that happened during luncheon at tlm hotel. The tablet teal six per sons, and there wnm two North Dukola mid Iwo Kansas badges mpmsnntnd at our table. The badge is a letter of introduction, nnd when one asked from what part of Missouri I wns. I anawand Hint I wns from Ilm Sotilhnast, where the great eat lend mines in the world wnm situated. "vVasour town Joplinf" They had heard of Joplin us being ilm center of a great mining connlry, bid never of the great Lead Bolt country In the Hall of Anthropology arc many interesting diaplays nf many of the early tribes inhabiting tbi section of the cnunlrv. lu this building are the Qooan Victoria Jnbilae presents. Such magnifl (Time tniiHt be seen lo be appre ciated. It is said that the span of nn elephant's life is 1,000 yean. Such must have been the age of the one whese enormuns tusks an shown in the display. I must not neglect to mention the grandest tpttlailll of nil, tlm enscudes illuminated nt night, which make n picture of fairy hind Fifty Years the Standard BAKING POWDER Improves fht flavor and adds to the htatthfulntss of th food. sakinq rowutn oo. CHIUAUL that must im snnn lo be properly appreciated. Winn viewing the cascades it is but a little dbttanea to the Pike, which hat attractions In anil all tastes and fancies Thu i mposition officials Innl not only ar ranged for ticket mi the intramural railway, which circles tlm ground, imt then was a card given to smb. editor; it- preaeutation gave you free admission in all the Pike at tractions, mnl mil) lack of time prevented seeing them all. When you go In the Fair decide to Is comfortable iu both dress and slim s im' ilmrn urn so many attractions on hand I Im I it Will scarcely I" uoliied whether you am dressed in sdk or calico NEWS FROM MISSOURI, j PI Win u Tuei re deatn "I III. I. ':,m lauiulit a' renbarg. .1 in van lectured day, Ma. 24, la the r im Inlereati ..I Ilm alhlel Im-n Sill. I. Ill Villi' Mill latum nl (fentral col- P, !" at Park in iln Obria ha st I., us IL. ii Kndeavor hnlnl III Worhl's lair arounds. ,i'l.iolns nine, :i phnloKispher lu Jail st Nevada, charged with panel at turned checks ai Joplin Moaeti, Behell City nmi other piece, made an noaueeaaa tui attempl io commit salt Ide Warrensbura. aeeordlnt to re porta, is in hav" n brand new hotel erected in w nrreaatiura and Kansas city can- Ital Innl, ami si a ' ..I nl B35.tMMI Th. s in rontatn Ki roumi and . beajta iii six weeba. an m eentnd world's da n inly In iaaiairl unlveralt) sirll i'n' uinns a- a altreasai fair Bach will work i) ami siead Bve more Reelns Uu- full Tlm) employed in tlm "tStj h:.- a al tlm Ilm In, I, "in ; ill nn Cat. In .1 II ii aiii'ii farmei re Middle drove, was der shut Kan baa loading a mussle h thn weapon was ills 'barged, thn con ii iiis ot nn- barrel anlnt in hii ey Iii face, ami died hlowlna on his nasi' and oi iiih.rwisn dlaflaurlns him from these Injuries, Tin legislative committee of th. Catholic union or Mlsaourl wus in st rue ted nt ilm twelfth annual conven tion of thn organisation to work fur ' ilm abolishment ot thn anacttoa ol law now given I" that mrtnln form of ooneuhlnaae known u the 'common law narrtaae' " ami for the repeal of Ihn divorce Inw of Missouri Prof Jamea a VantU who died In Bnuth m a i. sier. t t., was born March '":. isftl, at Marshall He waa gradu ated from tlm law department of the Univeralty of Mlneourt in IW8 and wat appointed n prof pea or ..f real pracwetji In tim law department ol the Dnlver sitv "f Missouri in ist He realgned his poeltlnn In .bum. 1003, and removed to South McAleater Joplin is now Mlaaouri's fourth city tn atse. tim population approximating 15,000, an Increase of about l'.'i.hiki in Inn yearn Joplin Is In tlm luurt of tim greatest lead ami Mac mining din Iriel ii. thn world, tim output for UN being mom thai. 110,000,000 worth ol on. or iiuirn than $82,000 for each working day. The Bust) white i ud liliiui In tlm world Is nt JopluS. .lames' m lnmn. tlm runii free de livery carrier at Ohlllleothe, who rr--nntiy saved a Wabaah train from wrach by removing thai from the trunk ami has been attacked twice ifaoe hy the nn know n foe, Is being further l-r aacuted by his enemies, lie reported that three mall boXM on his route wnm demolished by soma unknown paraon, who followed hlui part of thu way around his mute. George W Wanamaker, of Bethany, Harrison eoaniy, was nominated at Princeton by the republican iudlclsl convention as candidate for JikIkc of tlm Third Judicial clrcait, comprising the counties of Harrison. Qruudy, Mercer and Putnam. His nomination was reached on the 107th ballot tils opponents wen: Thomas B Valen tine, of Unlonvllle; Hugh C Smith, of Trenton, ami Mttlard Roblaacai, oi Princeton, Tim iwenty-tblrd encampmanl of Hnt Ct. a it . bold laat week tt Lexing ton, met In executive session and sleeted the following otaeara lo aarvt for the ensuing year: Jars T. Dew, departmeat commander, khukiis city; t. V Martin, senior vice nuiuniandnr, Brookfleld; John llurrlH. Junior vi.-e commander, Uextngtoa; Rev, T. J Ker rltl, department chaplain; Bdward Borke, medical director, Tim next an mini encampment win im tmid at llr.-v.Uflnni In a wreck on the Iron Mouu t niii ntttr Pkadtnont, on the Kith, the engineer, Kieth, was killed I noil tunv pnium nrir M'l lotin.y injiireil. t) coarse il is lilnmed on the dead engineer.