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The Faruungton Times The PftrmlnfltOlf Tlms Prtg. Co., Pubi. FARM I TONi - MlUiGURI Ml OF THE WEEK HAPPLNINGS OF THE SEVEN PAST DAYS ARE BHIEFLY PRESENTED. FROM AROUND THE PLANET Dispatches Frcm Our Own and For- eign C"unt'.e Ae Here Qlven Mc Bu.y RaadCrt, j Wilson Shonlt, aantenred f-"fi I her 21, i in ii life t' rm ut Port trai i'J mil," UL AuUois, pardon by tb .MS ut. Chicago women who started out tr reduce thu price of oggt to .'i oenti a dotcOi as u warning in ratailera, were uccMiful in caualng grecert ail over Chicago in advertiaa eggs at thai priee or b-Ss. Thirty-five nu n were reported killed mid many more seriously Injured in mine explosion netr Bochum, Pruttlu l rvi- I 111.; ma . Pel tins ol Thorn waa sent, rn :-d to in .i i : I FEDERAL GARRISON news, Missouri i YEGGS LOOT BANK. "LET'S SEE WHAT'S IN IT 231 MEXICANS REPORTED SLAIN j BV PEBELS IN BATTLE At ASCENSION. WAN UF NO QUARTERS IS UN Sovernmtnt Troops Conduct Cam ii.nrjn of Extern nation. K.lllncj All Wounded 375 Indiani C.iptured with ZtpitiltlS. dn m ai I vi ! .it Juar am. Iillati 'I V edn. i atii'i k-it thii lowl u 1 Iffi ; tl i Hi I. VI ' to . Sip." il 1 in lei 1,1111 drink, .. i kel robbed Mr. Illi uir, of il i Mo li i 1 1. ii,.; hunk fur iki ii befu III' Ul ii . iter. Blw rivi i til ero i Ill . II 1' V 111 '. Bin Hon In:. i ir, l'i, I t nt the crow wen- rcs ' i re i I- r si, mm i ii:,- recent ill mind u . fin- tiii' day bat noi boi n 1 a i d will tall in Hoe and ckwe up -P fur tin' day. y Dalton welcomed rclatlvaa ut mi. Hi . t in- rourtb genei a vim arm id in celebrate with s imth birthday Dtltoa in the irvlvor nr the Blnek Huwk war cred hi i mil tii.it nil reference to blowing up ill- building wtt made by .- penon wbote mind la evidently un haltm ml Bamuul Popple . Normal, III , plcki d i a quart ol ttrawberriet in bit garden The) un- tbe latest ttrawberriet ever known in central III iiula. The barriet levi i-il wilhoUl tin- aid ol a one hundred and twenty two la tb shade in tin record pul up h the first heat wave expurletteed in Australia tb summer, Tbit was recordadl .ii Audit, a station on the Smith rV Ultra . lian M etl Auatraltau bnrdi-r. ;uv Mai n, a Democrat, declined laaaltt in well un:.;; William J Bryan I to lum in nn bi a business men ; - . -1 I iltilred. Mi Bryan to call upon tbe got I reb-lt m Fifteen rtnchnitn defended thi I liunibri ranch, an American proper. ,111 Chihuahua etate, for nearly two dayt ugnlntl bandltt, who lai". i thirty. I Who w ii in Invited io accept tci I in tbe cabinet wut the momenti .i- question confronting Prcsldent-eh el Woodrow Wilton when In- landed fi ..i '-I' Berlin : month't vacation, imi Wii-nn retained Dial en bell ru be l I IteS. ty id ut I of l I' l ii inn w nn Ii rt 'ultud Stalet inn cago. Tim of Its I. .If navy It nbont 8,000 men shoi roporti tbow .in Improv em. u in recruiting, 'rim few ntontbi however, enlletmenti dropped oO ii tn unprecedented degree, Six ptrtont were killed nt Athtl onl Oftei n nt bit men etct aid- blmaelf II- It b ding at n ranch, hi Tim i. ii.- ol 150 federal regulan at Ouctman, mar by, is noi known, but it it- believed the town waa taken by tebiih before Aacenalon. Cavalry for Chihuahua. The rebi is w re Oen. Inei Balaaar isis art i apoi tad us 1 captured town (i witli M'" federal tri again-.. Aacenaktn i Qrandei dlatricl to i a tram bearing 000 of tin Seventh regli Juai , ?. Irnm i 'Inhu againtl the mbel mobllitation a bi ' ill n nf regular infantry, It Ik said officially, In mining from the weti tgalnai Ascension, forming a pocket In which it is boned to trap the rebel force, which thi now admit number! soim l Rebel agents in l".l Paw say Paacun! Orotco, Jr., is in with more Mian 8,000 men. Negroei. Attacked. - colony of America Bated twenty miles wet is reported to have bee reln-ls Two of the deft Ing to the report( ware Lieut. ''"I Rtveroll, federal com mander, i conducting a dampnigu of extermination in that dlitrict, in which nn pritonert are taken nnd all wounded an- shot to death on the Bold iiinns captured in u togother with (wet have been tent nor prul rank New Orleane-Waehtngton March, 'the otlera wi New mi- in- in i, present at the i'- V. Until, Inauguration ol Woodrow Wilton, Bab T. C. W ilson H rj ni the Waahingtnn artiller) if ' son, m I tanl tecretary; W, A itriaht. Now in, .nn.- wni march from inn- treaturer The last tin,, arc all of to Waabington i. t. The ttar: ill Columbia In- January ii, ami i In- irip It expect federala 100 itmn. bat Oen, tbe noil Rrport il bT cord- d r. In ixaejL , i id men itiii-n-d aft v Iztei n ' frji- ibout 1:30 a. m.. and, 91 Dana ai mat place. " '(, - B V, :' Bite L,rN W1 & OLDTI5H it ' Tri L r m Board Ele ! v- 8 V II U ( 11 M I WV II "ix thing thai had ovpi I fl thi ttati board jlL ; bl Maaopotamla and wh and i. NelRon was ' today would probabl "Ittanl aecretnr) ai ihu afg 4 NOTHBIR year!" the nanus of all thi ng Thi boa d In domed A exclaimed Dr. Old- ol the United Btatci ' Jtt nth. "Tomorrow "And . i how : 'r I ll nnd tomor thi modi S come nn-! pan ocrvntlvc citlxen 1 1 awny. eathi red to thuti 'ah tin I'm I . . -j i 1 1 I I . i (Ity. prea- y.-Kterdayt " A tone ' """ ot ' -;' ' M 11,11 '. IV bit.- of renal nn the W M. ii I k- . Hi daila. fbrT.W W II , m.v stA I lowed tue voice oil wonder how , , IW U tbe doctor even aa made to -interest- b il taard ilacta. UV n- stood ... the terpriaea framed in i; Wltkinaon of It VtA J thrchold of the L,W .hi. . Mo ihook hands an round and moil nciueniai Building Is Wrecked and Sife Demol ished by Dynamite. Trenton Five BUktkl ! I he little town of M ii lea north iiroke ini otb After plaetl Rgalntt the i outtlde tl ill-- evplo heavy the and wrecked The robbe bank ami got unci amount not beln The explotion awaki pry Inhabitant ia the pe tee formed to Itarcai when they came out of There w i re several crowd, hut only one n enough to abool at ih thol ' w le run. ami as nt the man, 543 MULES IN SHIPMENT. -I Prices Paid for Callaway County Anl. malt Indicate Big Demand. Pulton -A train Of more than twen ty sto It eara I, ft MeCreedle, north of Pulton, with the tirst big shipment of fat mules from Callaway county. There were .",4:: cotton mules that have been sold to Baal St. laiuil (inns by Kingdom feed ace pi ire of more Hi activity it. buying begi tentatlvea "f Bptrki Crouch Ai Ouyton and Baal st Louis appeare laway, tin- home of the AIhiiii 1 .000 more feed In Callaway count lieved the activltiet i continue for tome tlm able thai tone of those who told tint week will bit) more mules for .lie fattening procett State I. elected aearc of agrli iilturi rMlacted its annual meat! Ilexry Jacki -he Kanaaa tecretarj of Wllaon'fl rabl alto mei atn v Dalltneyi n I president i Job s' crutnry ; 1 1 treasurer, Agr.cultul lumbla.- -w ad 'o coutume most uf vening between then an Sickles' Son tc- P. Albany, N v ttio h Inter- Electee! Law e.t, h 1 .b fT. rson I 'itv . 1 law examiners elec ,t. ton of Poplar Bluff nernl Clifford it Mien ns atandlna i" n r.x the ucNamarn dynamite plott at 1 the outset of tin- ui .verii nie.it V, anu- men) to the jury nl thi triul of the 4U accuted "bomb plottere." rn ideal eiert Wtltont life again bus bean threatened by a letter writer. The Ii tier waa mailed in Ni w York December 1". received by the governor's tecretary at Trenton, N. J , r In the the following day and turned ov pustai autborltiaa. iei.id'-iil T.i It will not PI i to when Id oi i r-- in-nt i. ill, wiio .. ii le- was acquainted w.th the president's plans Thi wrack of the hydroaeroplane in which Aviator Horace Kenrnej and Cheater Lnavrence started from l.os Angeles fr a flight to Bin Pranrisco Wnt lound on th- i iw It a half a mile ofl Topaiign lam mi m :-i Santa Monica Tony Jtinntis, the aviator, arrived la Ktw Orh-aut, uompletlng the ion;- si bydroaeroplauc High, nu n-eord, n dis tan- - ni appioxlniatt ly l,,,',n nillet Jiiimii calm from Omaba, down tbe ill ourl BI .1 MltslaslliUl rivers. Thai Clarence Harrow, who is awaiting bit teeotid mui mi the charge of bribing t juror In the Mc Namara ease, tomporarlly may be forced to occupy i cell in the county j.iil for hu ll ot bondtmun, wnt Indi cated when informal ion reached 'he dittrict attorney to the elfeci mat one of the sureties will withdraw, The tuhinariui B-S which run aahon on Lynn Haven bay ten daya ago, in a storm, was auoCQtafttlly (loatid. The .vessel is noi damaged, j Cheover Qoodwln, author or adapter of more than 10 light operas in muiioal aomedy llbrettoa, died at his borne in New York. He bad been ili for four years. By a margin of 16 votet, Warronton, tire., lias elected Miss Clnra Uunaon ns mtyor ktlta Munton bat tin dia llnotlon of being the Rnt woman ever elected In Oregon Bbe headed the citttona' tioket, and was noatlnatcd at a mass convention King Oeorge ami Queen Mary paid glowing tributes to English newspa per men in congratulatory moaangea srni to n h.iniU'-i ol the In itltute i-; of tbe bal.im i :eut ':l lass 11ns just President. '- hoard of it Thonuv t Ident, and etary, nt a I abolished to .he He ihook hands all r i i hoerlly gave the areetlnt to tin aaaaon, Ah." said the donor, "what a world it is. Yon remember tbe lim-a of the old aotig? I don't quite, but the sentiment is one to give us confl- ih nee. 'So lei is it will, rn be Ifet there are so for the work of the hour 1 the long the wide world wag happy still I which call innor, Per- hap t conn t, ihlish Imper e.a f-d Unhurt When Who led on l.os Angelea, Cal I 'auchl gint fly wheel, Pumpman Sim made ilKO revolui ns landed in an euglui pit fa arose tn tful bee was torn to thri ils w mod oil bol I. til Wheel. in .in must cotitln s or the todiai neck ns they ui while tuiclltv ll sons. Til to endure the cut rather low in lor modest kitch intinuea to revel turn the most can fully and adroitly arranged mortuary tables Think what a continuing affront u torrential llngoror like that would he even to the most patleol and conservative funeral director and to the old sexton ns he mumbles his deep bass song 'I Gather Them In. Qathar Them In.' What a relief if was at last What) the grand old man was gathered to his fathers and ceased to In- the pioneer settler and oldest inhabitant, the last authority on the coldest win ter ami tie- hot teat slimmer of whom all stood In awe. who ktteW every- happened in If be were nlive Is- able to give vice presidents brief Is the record nan, thlt hrst con- f the world Mt f Bnoch. tlxtJi in di teen) from Bath and the father of Lami eh I. is all given in three verses In tbe filth chapter ol QenetlA lb- undoubtedly was a man of sub stance, one may be permitted to many attempts were m In various 'en. the bluetl of tur i ti paratlng him its equivalent in the fruits ol the y as In this there I ot trad en with a inglltge, real pa pain, a Inndsotipa nl bewitching beauty- -but, tilt, we hare no account of them and an tln-ro are no precedents, when Bin bad the Sailor and Baron Muncbauien propose to let us in on a good thing, why, we have to look out for ourselves, that is all, It ia at this season of the year wondi ifiii tale men v mil tin. eney I ;.d mpuf hi -Is Deal Names His Associates. Kanaaa Clty.--E. P, Heal of Charlea tnu. ttate treasurer-elect, announced m Ho., i Baltimore four members ,.f bis ore: J, C, Ruttell, i . Ippl county ; A. T. Bt, .insi i 1 1 ; Oeorg the off iei $75,000 Carnegie Plant Fire. plani liian - lection of force They lerk, Mlatkt bonk keeper, Lee, clerk, N. Dr.-ar, ik. Ba Carnegie, near i by lire, with a Ic urn s of I rami In and valuable mat i i in ia were biirued w as t uiui d. Fresident Pardons Lift C-invict. Washington Wilton Shoals, eni tpin "d Beptembet -I. 1905, to a lifo term at Won Leavenworth, Kaa., tor the inn .Ii i oi Qeorge Roae, a "b id man," at Anllera. I i' . was g:.iiitei a pardon b) flue preildont. Baby Girl Burns to Death. Bpringfleld, After her clothing lg nit, il from nn oil stove in the kitchen while her mother was feeding n horse, I Harriet Jotepblno Carlyon, 22-montbs-1 old daughter of w n Barlyon, was ' fatally burnt d. or laek of tranalatlon ilndcd. reaaonaUa ng Into new hut lo be n llllist lie, i!.i n. roty-ebaakad make the place hospitable, for itt- st) Despondent Over l ove. Ends Life. Soco-ty Girl Joins Circus. Golden City Mb, farmer, llvlnc near suicide by taking smith ney over a In to have been reaponi it I. knapp, a committal line De lr la said Abl- thn labi a repon to ile al 1 1. - nd He aumbei oi in i .- had pel John Carttenten, vloe-preaidoat of the New York Central Inn., and three aubsidiary rallrouda oi tin- ayaiem, wen tury gdvei panv from Ed S aanti his r prim Indicted by tin- federal i it Chicago, chargi d with b retail a to the O'Oara Coal amounting to $(0,000, Bocltlltl candidate for con He- KlnM BOUth Dakota dii rand iv ma iTVH tnet. News In Mexico fmin Wanlnm-Jnti of He- hun i' 'I return of Ambassador Wll sou with a demand for (he prompt tup i raaaton of iiinnb-i cautcd great - v cttemanl In Mexico City, it being eou- tldered n virtual ultimatum tron. tin United States govamment. Mra. Prlcdt Irosl, who was on trial in Phliadelphlt on a charge ol killed her husband. William was convicted of murder In tl degree Pretldanl Tall bin grantad having i full Hall bl ghi bl he stamp thai nxpcui e i t.i.cnient. A $75,000 Cbriatgwa gtfl "from n New Yorker," and Wblcb rumol bad thai tbe donor wan .Miss Helen QonM, was received by the Praabytarlan at I'hlladelphii. for dillbled bodies of HoMOO Kearney, ivl- gjtor, a;. d ChaaBar Uawraooa, aewapa- per mu.i, wore given up by the scu off Battendo Beach, Cal. i ii 'i hi i-i, ii ahiolute pardon to .loim ll former United Btataa diatrlct attorco et I'tirfland, (ire., convicted .lum- I. 1(01, of conapiiacy in connection with unlawful fencing of public lauds ii -wein Oregon. Quean Olga of Oraaot intends to visit the twenty-one monaatoriaa on Mount Atboa, thus breaking tin- rule i rohlbltlng women lo visit the tiered mountain, which bad been strictly ob served for 1,600 enrs. Mra. Maggit Aiinms. widow of tbe famoua Indian ehlaf, is dead at Oari bfcld!. Ore. SLc was US years old v.- oi her com ug oul i nn;. I', arl Labello, aged is years, a tocicty girl -if Bun loti La., waa found here with a ulrcun. Phytleitn Uses Prayer. Chicago in M .1. Larote, who gave u;. medicine in become a x.uu- lite, tned In heal .VI I ll .11 Ileud'l blood ' poison by prayer Kn d died Now 'he coroni r holds Larouu ruspoiiiible j Br his dsuth. gixtttn Ri -liberies in Clock. -i tl tdthorltii .- announce, stores iii I In- bloek have bcry during that time. i he n d rob- Death Follows Hit Rescue, (irnss alley. Cal -Kdwtrd Puffy, jho lias In ii employed on a ne'gli ooring raMbi waa taken ihr ol .in abandoned mine shaft near (irnss Val ley, after seven days' imprisonment He died a few minutm later. Woman Killed by Horse. ' Parla Mrs il i. Klndn d, wife of a prominent farmer, was thrown from ! her buggy and kicked lo do:. ih by her ! boric here. She had been In I'arts buying Christmas present!, Hadley Buyt Kansas City Home. Kanaaa City. -Oov. Hadlay pur chased the I I' liana bouse at 3831 Locutt street. Tin governor will re turn to Kansas City and pfBOtloa law after his tarn expires. Editor Seeks As-.embly Clerkship. Columbia, Omar D. Gray, editor of the BtUrgaOD Leader and part owner ol the Columbia Statesman, an aounced he will be an applicant for chief clerk of tile in xl gllaaOttfl gen eral ttaamhly. Farmer Accidentally Kills Himself. Crocker. C, K. Odom. a young farmer, living two miles east of Qrooker, was killed iircidentnlly by '.be discharge of a shotgun carried by aim while climbing a fence near Ins atnaa. tigi linens unabaahad on tin- parlor walla and behind the counters of hotel bar r ns. Neil her may nn,- stand forth with the abandon of a martyr and de tlara agalntt tin. tbamelettnett of .he clotl.eiilpsp.iesn of the ew Year, hat absurd cold atorage variety of Cupid, Bucb a tci toilette should sugge to a home for the fe "Would It not be in lUPpOat Time, tiow prcmlaaa (not into a homo for a year at I have a blithe. bUXO maid of nil work to bright, cheerful nnil th.-ro will be many guests to inter tain three of llin seasons nt least - sining. summer, autumn at unmar ried female persons. Let ua plctvra Time with this maid, who, coming at Mi" beginning of leap year, boldly pops tin- nuest ioii and marries out of band taking the place of that grouchy Dame December, who is -ila-ml tad somewhat summarily and sent picking over tho hills "As for Putin r Time, he never he roine old. his acta being seven ages.' 'Pilled with wise antra and modern instances,' he nobly plays his part: never falls Into the lean nnd slip pered pantaloon,' never requlrei patching by tlm buthelman or cob bler, or repairs nt the dentist's or wigmnker's "There never waa but onn mortal that seriously tried to stay in the prolonged Mnrnthon race with Time That wan the grand old man. Mefhuse. lull, and he bad to give up beaten nt 9r,0 years n foolish contest, as Time, rare old athlete that he la, not only knows all the ruha. but Is the sole patentee and possessor of the vainly sought elixir of lifo. "It ia well there never was but one human being who carried the burden of mortality such n preposterous num ber of years, until It became nn Irrndi eato habit. Imagine how- two or three Methuselshs in this age would dlsar rango tho expectancy of lifo nnd dlt- m I : Ur-t ii ii gnvo mail of- may Cau date crau- "Oh," said the doctor. thai the wicked magician tha Aladdin all his fortune and all hi misfortune may b" expected tn appear itner ay protpectua through tb or in the person of an agent, "The 'new la in lis for old onaa farad by the magician Is by no meana ns sed.irlng a bargain as these mod ern magicians will offer you, It be an orange grove In Florida or Cali fornia, a Bg farm In Aritona, n palm enterprise In Texas, a berry patch in New Jertey, mining slock almost anywhere or shares ami bow magnificent tin- protpectua In something quite ns good us thoso two famous companies written nbout by Charles Mekong "Tha Anglo-Bam galea Dlantoraatad Lonn and Life In surance Company und 'The United Metropolitan Mot Muftln and Crumpet lhiking and Punctual Delivery Com pany.' So when we turn over tha new leaf this first duy of January, 1013. after turning It over and car fully rending tbo prospectus, let un warily turn bnck nnd when we go forwnru et us go in the old way to which wo have become accustomed."