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mt AND HERALD. Cbc jfarmtnaton gimce printing Co. FAHMINGTOX, ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MO, NOVEMBER 18. 1901. Volume 31, Number 46. Nothing 1- more ronvnu-int; jte W1:AR 1 our Shoes have (fiven rr yearn w the beat nrool that t are what we claim them I., in Tie M 3k lit it lit Renv mli. r this when buying Bhoe, J. M. KARSCH SHOE CO., Cash Shoe Dealers, Farmlngton, Mo. DR, K I NORTON, DENTIST. sag, I MtMIMiTON, MISSOURI Hfl),., 1 1 1 1 ti,i. In lllllll . I I SHS IIUlUHUg C A TETLEY, DENTIST- i KRMINOTON, MlSSOLKI iillireuvci Tellcy's Jeweler) Store. Del E B BARROW, afJBI DENTIST, SAftMINOTON, .flISaOUHl II Inn. I'll O J. W. URAHAM, U? CSitOENT DENTIST, PjtrmlMioiii Mo. ,. Willi il" a mill In iflveegl ,1,-1 I, I :., ' IM'I raw "ii mi' I mi " I" i '' taction, at OR W. L WINN, lpvHYSICIAN and SURGEON, gr pfirmluctoii. ivr. s.. IHT IHUlN ll". HI , II, Mldllnce I'll., II.', Ill OR C. R FLEMING I l VSIOI A X. Farmlnirton, Missouri. OWEN A SMITH . M D.- K V K VNI K A W AT KARIMiTilN I,,,.,!,, II, it, ..I:, i niMl -lllnr.Ulv. lM8lC lii liuliin llulMlttg AT ri.A T R IV R. ii, . ,i,i. ii . u . ,n,. -.im I"'1 l'i'il'i DR C L BLANKS IMIVSlCIANi FlrMidl Missouri. itiQpn in uesUj liitllillni Room II J. L. HAW, JR. , I I OKM l Al I AW PanaisgtM, Miisearl win pi hi i . iii .i i ourta ..i Mismi i ii.ii . with Mlui .. i m in H1ln . . B H MARBURY, ATTORNEY - AT-LAW INII I'lllMI . I I'IMI ATTOMSKTi ! IIIIIIKtilU. IVIO. W. S. ANTHONY. TTORNEY-AT-LAW jf rtn Ingtoa . Mo. rtv in i. in all llni courts ol MlMourl iiM 1 1 m. in Healtj Mm ii tin k . M R. SMI r H , jTTOR N EY - AT- LAW, 15 riulufttou. Mo. Xs!: v. ll Ks In nil lit tloufts of aoutl auseuurl, tin . Ixnila QrHirt of Apssesi sod III,' Slli l-IIH i iinii natce in . I runri'l.., ivi Hunk liuli'llnn edwrd a. rozier, Attorney at law, i kHmKaTOMi Missouri. w prncil. in all the Courta ol Mil Mir I. ua'iiiili,' in li"iiM.i Kutldlns. W. H. YOUNG. jTTOR N EY AT LAW. NOTARI I'l BUG AMI justici: or tmi: PS ACS I'ARMINGTON. MO. omri' In In..,!" XV. Williams' IiiiII.IImi;. .us Mi RMI i W. I htssini MURRILL I KENNEDY, Real Estate Aqents,-f Office with TIKIS. T. DAI.TOM PARniNOTON, - iJUMSOURI JAS. L. MORRIS, ftutary Public and Insnraiicc Agent. BISMARCK, MO. Represents the Continental Insurance Co. u( New York. Legal work promptly atten ltil to. A portion Of yonr business solslicitcd has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million I bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay. 30c I . Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent, package of Crove'a Black tOOC Liver PSb. I Hutu 1111 Ajdual Test SATISFACTION WANT TO BE SENATOR. R C Kerens, Trios K Niednnghaus and L. F Parker are Out for U S Senator The Ri public ni the 13th sajrsi L l Parker, general attorney of (he Frisco Hystetn, yesterday definitely Mini lunccd his candidacy ror the I'uited Ktnte Keuntc . to succeed Prnncis Marion Uookr.'ll. This make? three nu u in the race- Mr I'm 'km . Thos K. Kied riughnus ami li C. Kerens Sn inn' conversant with politics doubts Unit these throe men can inaka things v. i interesting Uolonel I'arker was delegate -nt-large to the National Convention at t'hicago and the ihairtnaii oi the Missouri delegation . In the mt lir has always been n friend to Htate I'hairuinti Akin-, lending him mueh aaaistauee iu the tatter's no in. 'inns Dgbls for "..nttiil of the or gauisation . Through the oountr) nii!li nt the river, Colonel Parker has .i large number o( friends. His position as nietnber of the Missouri World's Pair riiiniiiissi.iii Ims also plaeetl him where be baa done many favors tu tlir people who oounl in polities. Parmer National Committeeman K. ('. Kereua is in the Aghl to win The iros peel oi ln winuing is the worst enemy which the now organ' ixation must Bght. Only when be wai eliminated for tolitioa Ims there been n obauce for i in: party in ilii.s stiitr. Working strictly on cHpitalislie lines, Ins strength is ol n sort thai makes it dangerous tor his oppoi tits. Johu U, ( Pire Alarm) Plana -t;iin nt Carthage was in the city yesterda) limkinj,' over the sitiiu linn. His support will probably go to Kerens tbrongh their well known afflliations, Planagau span) three months in Jefferson City nt Ihe lust seasion working foi the railroads, knows everybody, and is a must practical sort nf n wire puller, One ieouliar feature of the con trst is tin oaae with wbieh the Kereus people have been able to spring district eandidates foi the honor. Charles ti. Burton of Ne vadu is tin latest tu announce him self. Ilr has always been n Ker ens man, and it is tl .'hi ilmt Ins name has been brought forward tui' no other reason Hum in lie up thr six members of lii Congrei h al district. Kttaide ol hii dii trial his name will not be consul ered, His candidacy is considered one of tin' impositions of the cum pnign tlmi is done simply to keep the six members-elect of the Fif teenth District from declaring for other men, The announcement thai Major John Ii Bittinger ol Si . Joseph I ukI come out for Kerens is not un- ox ted He belongs lo the old crowd that trained with Kerens during the latter's power iu Mis souri. St. Joseph Ims si ways been ii battleground for the cotton socks unci silk stockings. While Bittitiger Ims announced his candidacy for speaker, there are votes in the St. Joseph Republican delegation that cannot be delivered to Kerens under any consideration , John Aldus, Jr., would about lis soon jump into the Missouri river ns vote for Kerens. Friends of Chairman Niedring hani yesterday announced that they Ii it 1 1 received n number Of letters and telegrams from out in the Htate pledging support to him for the Senate A number of postmasters have already jumped in with the Niedringhatu proposition, doubt less figuring tlmt if be is to in. the next Senator liis friendship would be more than worth whik A large colon) of Japanese will settle in Florida as sunn us the war cuds. An agent lias seemed 6,000 acres of hind, on which be will establish a large fruit farm. Grove's Tasteless Chill GOTHAM HORSES IN FLATS Qround Space Bo Vnlualiln In New Tork That Stables Are Built In Many Storlea. tirouint space in so valuable in Mm lity uf New Yurk Hint, lllie man oth er hiilldluKS theru, Htahli m liuvo Ions Ikcu built upward In many Stories, with the .Mull fur the hordei, on Hours sbore the gratntd, so that there urn now In tin) city thuesands oi horses Hint may SS said tu live In lists H table! uf sli stories are not longer Considered remarkahU'. and In ninny Of these horses are now Stalled OB three Boors, three upper stories being reached by runways aii or that1 tail modern stables have an elevator ids enousb and stnniK sBoogh to carry to Ihe upper fluors tiny Vehicle, SOd Iu at leiim .,ue iluwn-luwn boafdiag plSQfl ror horsed the . levator Is used n,r Hie unlnisl also. 1 'in of I Ml horses kept in this statiie there aie perhaps a si ore thai are more or leas often hoist ed to their rooms, ur stalls, at Bight, and they sis,, bring down some horass Iu IBS same way The horses If s It, nnd siand steady un the el.', lur i '.v. lortn and are hoisted Without Hum. in tact, they have one line horse thai will not Havel from the ground Hour to Its stall In any other way. Whoa this horse somes la and is unhooked in ntKht it walks atrulKht over to the elevator and walla tu he hoisted up; and when It Is east loose In Its clall In the nornlns U mikes NtrulKht for the tie! utiir bkuIu. LASSOING BEAR LITTLE FUN Colorado Cowboy Finds That nruin Ii a Formidable Foo Will Con fine Efforts to Cattle. Tur wtison is a Colorado cowboy, The Mekeer Review teiis the followinp story 'it a lively experience which he had on a ranch near thai tow n the other duy: "While the lOUBd-up w is m. the head or Jamei. crock W R 'I emplelufl started up a large elnnamoa bear, but drew ,n, stroked bis beard end 'Let hint go, boys; we tune no limn lo f.sd with htm.' lug Wilson soon spied the bear ami at once took down his ro;.o and began tn make a loop, mt. ndlng to have bear iteak For supper. When Host got 10 the top id Hhs ridge TUg let Hie strliif flj am! Rot him by the ne. Ii nnd one front tea which tempo rail!) dinr ranaed tbi bear's retreat Seetni thai he wsj rsuaht, biuin began I., walk up on the ro ' I US rent lu a wireless sum- moan (oi assistance, but the boys (sued to understand (be ntsaaags The hear got hesrel gad llnall) landi d OB the pony, Indicting an ugly wound Is the thigh sad sImi (sarins. Tug's overalls Tug has sent in for a bottle of liniment end Bee pal rot overalls and will now confine himself to roping cattle nnd hot i i iliir'm: the rest of the round up. " ENTIRE TOWN ABLE TO SWIM Ra thing Parties Are the Principal Amusement of vintn, i t Wnmcn Beontl I a Experts. Nearly every youth and sudden in Vlata, I T, Is able Ul swim, says lh Kansas City Journal Probably there an- more women in Vlata, both young end old, able to eare for themselves In I'eep water than lu any other city In the territory. Fur years BWlsnailBg nnd bathing pun lea have been the principal source of amassment ai Via ta W K Halssll waa the first man to take sdvantafls of the plentiful low of grteslan water lor tills purpose He caused u large pool of vary Ins depth to be built and virtually t In . w 11 open to ihe public Nearly every vet- aon in town Iuls been permitted to en- J'i) ihe privilege at one tin r anolher. Then i.uis were built by I i Hall, Preston Davis, W it Kornegsy and W It III pile The water in these pools is coiisiai iiy obanglng ami the chemi cal properties make bathing noi only pleasant, but healthful. Many ladles have bit, ni xperts in ihe malar, ami it is nucleating to watch them sajoy Hie spun of diving. lOatlBjg and swim ming PIGEONS RACE IN THE AIR. Hlrds Maintain Speed of Mile and s Half a Mlnufe Sport Quins in America. No other pet or form or I port can rum pare with racing pigeons, says Country Life. The very nau.e Itltma to cut Hie air a bird that an maintain a speed of a mile and a half a minute for leu mlb s nnd thai can cover 7(m miles be tween the rising and setting uf one sun, la a creature to stir Hie bliss! and lift the heart It Is gentle, hut It endures lo the end. and I have seen It come to Hib boms loft ripped across Us back b) the talons of a hawk. The homers enjoy the racing. They are as keen to be out and at It as leafhed hounds There are only about fi.iiunran- ciera of racing pigeons in America, but Australia and Roglgnd have several times as many, and the sport there g of notional Interest in America the sport Is gaining fast. American Mineral Riches. The latest report to the Ilrltlsh home oHlec on the mineral produo Hun of the world shows that tho United StntcB Btnnds second to th Ilrltlsh empire In the production "f Kold, hut fnr ahead In the p rod SO Hon of silver, copper and lead In cupper our superiority la tho greatest, more than one-half of the world s en tire supply coming from mines In tho United Slates This country also stands llrst In tho amount of coal pro duced, and Groat Britain la second In the list. The nrltliih coal, however, Is sold for a considerably larger ag gregate price In the prod in-t Inn of StM Germany stands first aud Ike United Stutes second. I) U Anthony of Leayen worth. Kansas, died on the 15th, aged 80 years, Tonic 1 DEDICATION OF THE NEW M. E. CHURCH. Interesting Ceremonies- About $4,200 Raised to Meet Indebtedness In. curred and to Cany Out Other Plans. Tin- beautiful new stone honae of worship of the Method 1st BpiMO p.ii Church of Parmington was dad lotted lust Sunday. The prourain pnblisbed Isst week, covering morning, afternoon and evening services, was fully carried out, and about $4,J(mi whs raised by sub scription to meet the debt inclined iii the work ami to be used other wise in putting mi the finishing touches. There was natnrally great rejoicing among the people of Parmingtou, and especially among the members of the M. K Church, Sunday evening, when., at the end of much vigorous effort, fervent prayers and liberal Kivitiff, the congregation dedicated it" beautiful ami spaoious building to ill. service of Dud. li. v Frank W lan e, K I) . pastor of the St, Louis Maple Av line M. B. Church, who delivered the morning ami evening discourse spoke wuids of high commendation regarding the pastor of the Parm ington congregation, Bev, W. R McCormack, Ihe building commit tee nnd all the loyal uieinbeis, fur their seal mnl ambitnm. The financial support came from almost every quarter in Panning ton, and many felicitous speeches of Congratulation were made in the tfternoon service by the several pastors of the other churches of un- town. The dedication ceremony was performed al the eveuing services, the Presiding Rider, Rev, A. I Bail, Dr, Luce and resident pastors baking part. shout HISTOB1 Ol nil NSW CHI UCH RSTsapaisa. .tune 16, 1008, is a oiemorsble dsie iii ihe trustees of our oboroh. I be irustses were called logelbei by the liSStOI al Ihe church at '.I ltd a. lu and ifler s.iine discussion and prayer a committee was appointed to secure a building ills before Bight. This was the leal beginning of the building en terprise. Oa Jane 36, 1908, tin. old church w:is sold in Miss Jennie t'atlei lor 18,600. n January 86, 1904, the contrai l was let to Mr. T. II. 0 lovet for the new church (or the sum of $8,646, w hich did mil include the Sri glass, pews nor rolling parlitiuu. Mr J. A Whlllook was employe. I as loperioteodeol Qronnd was broken February 89, 1904, by Miss K A. CarlelOBi SSSWtSd by Mr. A. T. Nixon tor the rresbytmtnn Church, Mr. W. S. Miller (or the M. K. Oboroh, South, Mis. Sutherland lor IhsBsptUt Cburob and Dr, R, I'ugate (or the Christian Church The corner stone was laid April 18th by Rev. A D. Hall, D. D., insisted by Rev, Q. w. Bradford ul Kansas City. The First Mt R, Church of Farming- ton was orgealasd some Urns in 1886 by the paslor o( Ihe circuit, ltnv. W. J, Qtddlngs, The olroolt insluded aii ul SI Francois county anil a part of sic. Ueiievieve county. In im;7 RSV, i ;id. lings was ro-appoialed by Blsbop Amer to the circuit w ith a Mr. Thomp un as sssistant, liming this year two Dventi oi uuie sre recorded; First, Hint noble man, Henry Cnrlotnn, moved lo rarmlogton and becasae the life sad stay o( the ehureb in Farming Ion Second, a revival was held al Coponhsgen ami Hint othor noble man, Louis Hopkins, was converted anil with iti f .unity folned the ehnreh. lu 1 mi, H Rev, W. A. Boucher was appelated by B hi bop Tbompsos pastor Of IBS church. Ihiriug Ibis yeai an other gnod revlvsl was held at Copes - bagan With thirty-seven cunvcraions, ami the brick huihling usod sn lung by our people (or a church ami parsonage WSJ purchased from Judge W. K. Tay lor tor $8,960, Bro. Henry Carlelon offering the use of hia proper! (or (oO I years without interest to help pay (or the abates, Some one went tu St Louis ami Chisago nml collected wliai thr.y could and the old brick church was bought. The annual ennlerence, which con vened at Sednlia, Mo., March 10, 18lU, Bishop Jesses presiding (which ennlerence wan the liral aession of the Si. Louis conference sfler its fornin- tion). v. a. Boucher was rc-appointed pastor. The oboroh was repaired anil the debt on il paid by Hie help ol l iiele Henry ('nrlctnn, who gave near ly 12,000 on it. i read a quotation from the writer in the uhl record 'Let me say Ui the coming generation, this guuil man will he iu Heaven, bin remember his liberality, yes, princely liberality secures the privileges that you now enjoy. " Rev, I, ('. II Hobbs was pastoi (ruin March. 87, 1870, to March, 171; itev Daniel Ayers (rum ih;i to in7:i; Rev, 3. It. Daniel (r inr.'i to 1K7; Rev, J, Weslev Johnson Irnm 17;') tn ih7h; Rev. John W Newoomb from IKTs lo IH7'.'; Rev. A II I'arker was pssior from 1879 lo ihni, ami during hli administration a debt of .fi.'Joo was puid on the church llro. Henr Uarleton paid 000 ol ibis, the Church Kstenston Koclety donsled ttou ami the oongregatlofl paid ihe $400 re maining. The pastor preached ai Bonne Torre anil began the building of inn oboroh there, in the spring ol i xk i Rev, .1 it Lee was appointed lo this charge, bat he WSS iii bail health .in. I although. Ihe church granted blm a vsostlon, whtoh he spent iu visiting his old home, yel he did not Improve ami on January I'.', 1889, Ood called blm home, and thus one pastor oe need Ins labors while in Fsrmlngton, Rev at, Hell was pastoi Ironi 1888 to isst. He organised s aooiety ni Bisniarok and enolosod ihe ohurcli building ai P"i. ne l ine Rev, m ii VN.niii aorved sa pastor Iroiu imhi in sh;. Rgs c i,. lleaOin was ihssIoi lr HH6 to isNN ii,. reported pioety-one lull mombera nnd nine pro bslionera si H lose "f In- labors from ihsh iu 1890 Rev, W M. Creemei wss p-i"i During this pus lorate tlie church al line Rub was built at a OOSl of $1100 and dedicated nndet the direotlon of Brother t 'resmsi ; also H buroh si Partnlngtoa was re paired si s cosl ol $850 Ret Ii I Si lies was pastoi from 1890 lo 1891, He had a good mooting ai Copenhagen and built an Irofl fence sroBBll the parsonage and ohorch nml had lbs sbullars put up si ihe windows Rev. .1. .1. oeektiiiui WSS paslor fiuiu 1891 lo 1899. It 'v c. O, Larrhma was Sppniuled Msrcll 89, 1899, and served until Beptembei 4, ami Ret C. I Millet supplied ihe work until oonfei - BOOS, Key H (JroW was pastor (rom 1899 to I m;i i ; Rev, C W King Irnm 1894 to 1886 Ret .1 H BrewlaloB wss psalm Ironi Marob, IHHii. lo 4ugUSt, IH'.ix, when be WSI transferred lo West I'lsioa nml Ret .1. J. Martin, of West Plains, wss ap pointed pasior nml president ul Carle ton College and served until March, 1909. The ehnroh was repspered and pointed, two windows were pul iu the south end nu.l a new root WSS put OB, and lo pay f.u this a mortgage was pul on the church lor $400, $100 of which was paid uff under Dr, Martin's ml m iiii-l i ill ii n . Itev J 8. Mernele was paslor lr March I" July, 1909; Rev. W It. MoCormaoh from July, 1909, tu Hie present Michael Finn, aged 84 years, was arrested at Minneapolis, Minn,, ns a tramp and was about to be sent to the work house, but the Judge decided Hint was no place for mi old man. Ho said he did lint give Ins right 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 - fur he did not want tn disgrace his father, who was sent lor to rescue the wayward sun. lie proved to be a hale old man liv er one hundred years old. Oliver Schwab of Moundville, W. Vn . guessed the exact si si set bar of prunes, 14,'J(i;i, in the prune beai in the Hacraraento exhibit at the World's Fair. Everybody who registered made n guess. Two others guessed within three of the right number When Charles Parsons of Water loo, N. V , was eight years old, Ins father gave him a Bible That was thirty years ngn, nnd he just opened il last Week and found a bill iu it us ii little present. The Republican! uf Kansas t'ily in their big jollification ami ratifi- Oatioil expect to have some live el ephants iu their procession, A circus is wintering there nml tbey expect to get 10016 of their cl- epnanta. Sun Prancisco is taking time by the forelock by announcing n World's Fair in IBIS, to eomnicm unite tin- 4Q0th annivWMry of the discovery of (he Pacific Ocean by Hull, .ui iii 15)8, There lire 7'J eiises for divorce on the (locket of Dunklin count v. .nnigi- run set mi use cases lor u first hearing on Monday, nml will order witnesses to testify in regard to all the applicant- and will render his decisions accordingly. A LOSS TO THE ENTIRE COUNTRY Will Be the Retirement of Senator Cockrell -Even Republicans Ex press Regret "One of the Noblest Figures in the Sen ste, Whose Absence Will Be Felt " The Bepnblic's Washington spec Ial Of the 12th says: "One of the most notable victims uf the Boose Volt landslide is Francis Marion Cockrell, the Senior Seniilnr from the Htate of Missouri, whose fifth consecutive term iu the Hecate ei . ires March I, 1905. "Mr Roosevelt expressed the general sentiment of Republican! ami Democrats yesterday when he saiii : ' I am truly sorry thai rt) good friend Senator Cockrell re tires from the Uuited states Senate as a result of the Republican vie tory iu Missouri ' "Senator Cockrell has long been a conspicuous figure on the Demo cratic side of the chamber While the Democrats held brief control of the Senate during the I levehuul ad ministration he was chairman ol the Committee mi Appropriations aud as stick was playfully spoken of iis watch dog of the Treasury,' because ol Ins ami) known views regarding an mimical expeudi i me of ihe public mom v . When ihe Republicans regained control of the Si mite, ttockrell becuiuc Ihe ranking member oi the minority nu the saw iiuuitten, bill eouliuued as the spwiul guardian of Uncle Sum's strong box, iu the Heuatc A I.e. AVs RNUAUMO. "Visitors entering Hie gallery while the Samite was iu session hml pointed out in them an old gentle man silling iii the front row uf scats on the Democratic side of the chamber, following attentively the ordinary routine proceedings with the strictest attention. Hpreadoul upon his desk was a complete file of every bill introduced in, nml re port made to the Denote, While other Senators were otherwise eu gaged, ii seemed to be Senator Cockrell s mission to scrutinise every legislative proposition involv ing the expenditure of Uoverumenl funds. A Republican Heuator, in cum menting upon the probable retire ment of Senator Cockrell from the Senate by reason Of ll hanged political complexion uf Ihe Mis souri Legislature, paid ibis unpnr- lisau tribute to him l regard the retirement of Heuator Cockrell as a loss to the entire country. No man in the We vahios benefit strong II 1 p BOYS' CLOTHING. We were never better stocked in this line. Our stock liears deservedly a wide reputation for nobby effects ami POPTJ- LAK l'KlVlr. GRAND LEAD ; R, Senate ban exerted himself as eon SOlentiOUSl and persistently to Save the people's money as lie. B) his close inspection of appropris tion bills nnd other measures to (like money from the Treasury, be Ims saved the Government millions of dollars. Notwithstanding his strict idens of economy, lie is bront enough and patriotic enough not to stand in the way uf an appro prialion which had for its purpose the nation's welfare. His honesty, integrity and patriotic motives stamp him us one ol the noblest figures iu the Senate, and his ah sence from tlmt body will be sen nusly felt TIIIKTV VRAM IN SRNATK, "Setigtoi t ockrell came to the Senate in ls""i, succeeding Carl Hchurs, then an independent Be pnblieHii lie never liefore luul j held public office, When hii lerm expires he will have served Ihirtv rears us a member of the Senate lie has frequentl) been mentioned as a presidential possibility, II. friends m Missouri, to show then appreciation f his valuable aid nnd influence in securing an appro pi intnm which alone made the 81 Louis World's Fair a possibility, gave him a demonstration thai marked the proceedings of the National Democratic Convention which in ii i i 1 ml uil I'arker Other candidates were boomed, but the great ovation which greeted the name of Henatoi Cockrell when be was presented In the convention whs spontaneous and sincere as a recognition uf his inestimable sor vice to the St, Louis Rxpnsitinn, During the thirty rears he hm been a member of the Senate h. Jims lived a qniet, frugal life, never exceeding his income as u senator Manx men in his position, and com i mending the influence he poi - I 'might have foil ml n waj lo enrich themselves b) judicium I uveal men Is or otherwise No stain nt ali kind rests upon the official roc lord of Heuator Cockrell, nnd In I goes into political retirement n poor ' man, 70 years old. "It is Mild of Ml Cockrell thsl no minority Henatoi is su iufiueii tint with the lenders of the Repilh Menu side as tic It was this infill ciice thai finally obtained the lasl loan to the st. Loui World's Pair of $4,fMW,000.'' A Gusrsntced Cure (ot Piles laeblns, Blind, BleeillBgoi Protruding I'ltt-s. Druggista refund tin,nc ilPA.O OINTatKNT tails I... nu snj ease, no ' atatlei of how long atsnding, in fi In i ; !.lus. Ptrsl application ive enae net 'rest. ,sin-. If youi (Irugglsl hnsu't u i send SOC, in stamps and it will lie foi warded post pant by Psria Medicine Co Si Louis, Mo. Il is stated that 76 per cent of the prisoners iu the penitentiary ai Jefferson City are opium Mends The opium is smuggled lo them b) trusties ami guards who make a big per cent. A n ntly dil charged prisoner applied for opium I Hi one of the drug stores in Jeffer ( snss City and was refused it lb said if he had known j was so hard lor a free man to un) , he would have laid in n supply liefore bis re lease Hard work and nionotoii) uf diet an the causes thai h ad lo the contracting of the habit ZDOZLNT'T wait 10 SELECT II Ami Bee inn magnificent BECIW TO-DAY 'nr -!, i. ;.. 2xz-ix-ivc ""u comP,cte'n ,,v,,,' l''i'' ri r . ticular .ukI we wanl you to visit iiir establishment when in town iMEfl'S CUOTHljNG. Here will be found admittedly a stock un excelled in assortinoiil of weaves and styles, all having that raiien-souffhtalter TA LOR EFFECT, and finally LEAST IN PRICE. OVERCOATS. are headquarters. We Know what arc in Overcoats and arive van tht of experience. line vviwi us, Fifty years the Standard BAKING vmm Made from pure cream of tartar derived from grapes. PHIOI OAK INC I O WD PR CO. 0MIOO$ SOUTHEAST NEWS Mi- Aimuidii Hammond, aged Sli J ears, die, I al her holm- in Vn (oriu on Ihe 1th, R I' Williams of Morley, Hcolt county. naptUreil the watermelon prise ui the S urld's Fair. lb T W Hale has ihe pauper nrnct ii Madison oounty for twelve months fin IhepriiiccD sum I of $48. Mrs I. la n. .v.l oi I lillslsnro, who I was divorced t wo weeks jil'" was ! married un the 5th tn John N Spark- oi Crowder Areblusliop I Hen mm of st, ouis ,is holding confirmation services iu I raan "i tht '-ill., be ebnmhes of I Soulhensl Missouri 1 'l b" I'oiosi Journal sas some bod) broke seventeen ol their twenty loin st I lamp mi the j night ot flu ,ih. not il,,. ,,S!. S I'lie lion Count) Register re pin es greatly that thai count) gave a biggci DemiHiratic niojorit) than it diil two years ngo The major it) was from President .low n Ihe whole Hue. Little George Bradlc) ot Man den. near Iroildull . Was visiting in Ihe country on the liiih, and a In He gnl undertook in show him how a feed RUttor Worked. The result was two very severely cut lingers N, Ii, tJraham urn! wife ot Fred erioktowt lebrated their silver wedding on the mih Valentine Rottlcr ami wife ,,r st, Ueuevievi oelebrnteil I heir golden wedding on the 6th in-', t hi the llay fhey were married, lift) years ago, four oilier couples were man led al ihe same lime. Ot lh ten iHtople, Mr. ami Mrs Rottlct and John I i-i.-i. un. survive . The Methodist Kpisoopal Church al Mexico vvas bill' I a lib- uf .weeks ago, and there i- a prospect that the congregation will unite with ih. Methirdisi Rpisoopal It'hurch, South, and turn user the 1,(11111 insurance money to the Con ference II HI. An exceptionally f you arc not one of our "RBJGU- LARS, " begin this winter by inspect ing our Clothing.