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Tumiant to a cull the Judicial
Committee of the Republican party
of ih 5yth Jmliciai Circuit, met at
Oscuvlii, Mn , June 3'li, iy, i
iIihcuk. thu ni'cesHity ot cllmj a con
ventiun for the nomination ol a can
didate for Judge of the Circuit
Court in .aid district.
And whereas it appears that the
member, of the bar, both Demo
crats and Republican, in the various
countie. in the district have reques
ted V, V. Grave, present encum
bent to permit himself to be nomi
nated for another term thvreoi,
and that the Republican lawyer,
are in favor of the re-election of
Judge W. V. Graves, Democratic
candidate, committee have deemed
it proper to adjourn this meeting
without a call for convention at this
time, and to call another meeting
when more extensive Information,
liscussicn and wish of the Republi
cans in .aid district may be more
Therefore, the call is hereby
made for that meeting at ti o'clock
n. m. in the city of Clinton. Mo,,
nt the Our re It Hotel, thereof, for
Monday, the 1st day of Aug., 1904,
at which lime all the Republican
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other Republican, interested are in
vited to be present, and advise and
consult as to the propriety ot calling
convention, and probability of secur
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Graves, or what is best to be done.
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Fell From a Loft.
Straud Handley, son Of R. M.
Ilandley, residing four miles north
west of Metz, met with quite nn ac
cident last Sunday morning. lie
was in a barn In ft throwing down
hay for the horses when lie fcli
through ir hole in the floor, Mr;ioiig
the back of his head 011 the man
ger. A cut about two inches loan
was made in the sc;iip, whica ne
cessitated a few stitches by a 'ocur. j
Although weak from the loss o!
blood, the young man was able to
be up in a few hours.
Dr. E. L. 1'iice ws tu'iephoiunl
but on account of the wires in-in
down, no answer was received.
Messages were then nent to Hume
and Rich Hill. When Dr. 1'iiie
anived he found three other doc
tors OU hand and the young 111:111
bad bcn given illusion. Met
It educed Kmc
Via the M. (). V. Ry, to
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R. A. 1iniy, Agt.
The appointment of Attorney
General Knox to succeed Senator
Quay, a id of Secretary Cortelyou
as chairman of the Republican na
tional committee, removes two cab
inet members. Mr. .Moody, the
p;i' 'ntS,cr iy of the Navy, suc
ceeds Mr. Knox us Attorney Gener
al, and the naval portfolio is taken
by l'aul Tdoiton, son of the late
J. Sieiltng Aorton, who was Secre
tary of Agriculture lit the last Cleve
land administration. "ictor H.
Metcalt of California, becomes Sec-
rctaiy ol Commerce and Labor.
Them are prospects ot further
changes later on. I'ostniasier Gen
eral l'nyr.e is in precarious health.
It is undet stood he will resign im
mediately alter the November elec
tion, and that Mr. Cortelyou will
then ictiim to the cabinet, taking
Mr. l'a)te's place. Mr. Moody
will leae the cabinet on Match
next, he lining desirous o( Icturniug
to his law practice in Roston. If
Mr, Roosevelt is elected, it is he
lieved in Washington that there
will be other cubintt changes, ru
mor having it that Mr. Hay, Mr.
Cortelyou and perhaps Secretary of
Agiiculturc Wilson, willl be the
only ones w.ro will then coutiuue in
oiiice. Toll-do lilade.
OlilSoldlrrn'tt Hottlera' Reunion
Tin tteeotid anil ual lueetln of the
liiiiileli City lln Mlioll AMHiM'tatloll
ss III lc la id iu W vft tt Park, (ioldeu
1 "it .v. Mo., on Auxm t I'i, and 2,
I'."'!. A flno prorfw n loot Us-n pre
I ar.'d and n fiieriil Rood tlino will
According to the United States
! census bureau, the telephone busl
! ness represents a capital of just over
' $450,000,000, coveting sligLtly over
4,000 systems, with 3,371,044 tele
phone, of all kinds, over which
', were exchanged during the year 1901
the extraordinary number of more
thin 5,000,000,000 telephone con
versations. This industry employ
ed 64,68 wage earners, to whom
wa. paid $16,369735, and 14,114
salaried otliicials and clerks, who
received f o,.8-S5,SS6. Trie revenue
derived ftom the industry reached
the splendid total of $56,815,536,
which i. almost exactly the same a.
the sum returned for electric light
ing centrat stations for 19,02 cer
tainly a striking coincidence while
it is also to be borne iu mind that
the capitalization ot the electric
lighting industry i. very neatly the
same a. that of theselephone, being
reported to the time mentioned as
$504,000,000. The expenses for
the year were $61,151,813. The
interest on bond. wa. $3,411,948,
and the dividend, paid were $14,-
981,719. It would appear that
exclusive of thn interest on bonds,
the expenses were just adout 70 per
cent of the income.
A very interesting feature of the
report it that which show, up the
extent lo which rural telephony ha.
grown and extended. The report
included 994 mutual systems, which
are alt of rural character, with So,.
316 instruments, and 70,916 miles
of single wire. In addition to these
the commercial companies operate
15,598 rural line., with 138,416
mile, ot tingle wire and 111,905
telephone.. Nor was this all, for
the report included in addition
4.9S5 independent farmer.' line.,
with 49-965 miles of single wire and
55,747 instruments. There figure,
added to the otheis quoted above,
give a grand total for continental
United State, of 9,136 - systems and
lines; 4.900,451 mile, ot single
wire, and 1,371,044 telephone..
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