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The New Lltrary Cemmliilott,
The naming ty iov. K'jU nf M!h
Adelaide T1ioii)iihiU lihrsrlun of
tlio tniMtc UUrry. Jefferson
Turd n. Wrlnht. librarian (ml, lie li
brary. Pt. Jo.i:j and Pr. J. r. t;ien,
Irili!-ut William JewHI cuIIcbp, Lib
erty, tin the iHK.Inttv m-rijb-rs, coin
jilctes tbt iifTKonnrl of Urn Mlt.wiurl
Library cutiiiuisKiuii. I'rrHldent Jen
vf th s'rit unlvi-rxlty and Fitperin-tend-nt
of Education Ones, being ex
officio DienilMTi, Till comn.lHsion Wa
authorized at the regular scsblun of
the legislature. The Mil creating
the coi)iti)llfm carried an npiirtirSa.
Hon of $lo,ftiO for two years, all of
hlch (too to cover thw cxpetes of
erftabithtui: nnd carrying on fro
traveling llbraiU- aud the general
work of the , commission. Members
cf the ciimniiKfion revive m pay.
Under the (rovlslon of the Mil, t.ie
ooinrr.lstvlon shall ptve advice to all
Fchool, fre and public libraries, and
to all communities which may jiro
poe tu ..utabllsh them, as to trie?
mean of establishing and maintaining
such libraries, the selection of book,
cataloguing and titber detail of li
brary nisnHgment. It may piirrtiane
and opiTalo trawling library, circu
lating tbm aniot.g communities, li
braries, schools, colleges, universities,
library ass'-eiatlons, atudy clubs, en
al and charitable Institutions, free of
rort except tor transportation. In ad
dition to the feature common to the
mot-t xirngrevsive library commission
bills, the Missouri law provide for
a new )ln of work which la attracting
attention from library and education!
workers generally. Recognizing the
vast btdp to be derlvt-d from teach
er In directing children to the pro
per use of the riht kind of books,
In the knowledge cf what to read a
well as how to read the commission
is dirtrted, in connection with and
under the supervision of the presi
dent cf each normal sch.l of In
state, to arrange for course of not
lets than four lectures at each of
these schools, on book selection, use
and cans of books. cataloguing and
library administration: to co-poerat
with the Hate. school library board In
devising plans for the1 care of school
district libraries, and In aiding teach
ers In sclrool library administration
and In formulating rules govni!n
the u of such libraries throughout
the state. Much of tils work has
heretofore been done- by the libraries
of the state, while the state f.dra
tlon of Wlmen'a Clubs, has conducted
for some years a system of traveling
libraries. The bill was earnestly atip-portt-d
by the State Teachers" awocia
tlon and by the womea'e clu!.
This Bridgt Not ta Bo Opensd.
The Buontllie Itrldce company and
the Missouri, Kanaas i. Texas Itatl
rrad company, a H-mev of the rail
Tcd bridge across the Missouri rlr
r at lloonvtlle, win 'art be required
to open the bridge for general travel
urdT n opinion r,f the Mlcsourl su
preme court en baft, filed hy Judce
Ko. This was a mandamus suit com
menced by Edward C. Crow. Mr.
fladley' iredreu(rr, to compel th
tirldga company aiul the rsilroad cc-m-pany.
undtr the charter which ti-.
former company received from the
stat to o;-en the bridgw for wag ns
and general niad travel.
Wants a Ptnaien for Tlns.
Congressman Thmas Hackney of
Carthago lias neHttii a letter from
a mother In Miller, a small town In
Ijswc-nce county, saying that ttn
boys haw Jurt arrived at her borne
and that hr H entitled to a pension
under I'realdent Rotisevelfi anti-race
ii!i-!.1 inatidatrs. 8 ho tm that she
will ue the n.ou)' Jor the upnrt
;f the boy unlfl they arrive at their
Corn Pruts tor Indrpsndtncs rslr.
Tle county court of J( ki.-n coutity
ba nppn riatfd lxt for tae ubc of
the lud' lelidenc Klr AsKiH-latlon at
Its nir.tu nii'tlnit In St p'eitibtT T;k
lnim is to b- f t in premiums
fur hite and yellow rota rained tsy
Jjiix u cotmiy trtu'r
A Mad Hound In St. Louis.
After ina I hound In Water W'o-ks
patk. Noith M, louls had driven
1 .0C i-ps,!i to th, !.-;( r iff snr
miiTil'!: o.l t'.io ai't'iial pur-n-d
for trie,, n.lb's by a mount !
H-liei mim and k!ll d Pj far as ki,n
no r,;, w.is bitten.
Nw Pfits Lawyer Exsminera.
Tbt siipo"111" eo'irt bss lit.o'.e ar,
filler sipoiiitiiitf Jul-.n , Wood, of
St. I.etsis atij William T- Ranl.ttid of
TatU. iiie?iilnr of the- stiite boavd
of eiamiiicr fvr l.ieis They ate
t. sre for four ir fr-m June '.'li.
Appomtsd a Stons Ccunty Treasurer.
feiv. K,!U b a; i-oluied (;- Ee
T. I'tlteliaiil t:t.tMirT tf 8t.iti
county, Mo Win J. 1-ong ies!,-i;.d.
A Missourian D-d at 100.
Thomas Intel baltt r. 1in year old.
died at hi hinne in ur Mi-vlai ttrently.
H was bom In (lerniai, Premier
t2, is-i-, lul has lived more tlun half
a crinure in Audiian count) . 1U was
retnarkaiily v. ell pluses ved and tip un
til a short time before1 his (',eatU 0"
Walked about the fjrm oft. n.
Earth Trembles at D smsrck.
Two dh tlnrt vlbialb ii of t!if earth
w ft It at ri;riuu k lerenttj. Tlie
Sl.mli VR dillua aud KisttJ FrteraJ
A Record Breaking Month.
The mouth endliiK Junu 24 was a
record breuki'r In t'iie amount of capi
tal placed In new ddiiientlo end for
den btlrje enterprise la fVi I sr state,
the total, Inrludin; Increases mad4 by
concern which had lx-en prevhmsly
Incorporated, sperepatlng 2i,l74.1tS,
of which mm $17.r.J8.1tH) repres.'nt
'he capitalization of the new domes
tic companies., a"d of thM '.lll,,n,
or conflderably more than half, came
from Iuls, though In the location
of the fortiyn con.panieH' capltalUa
llon placed In the state Kansax City
lead. R'MtiiiK IC3S3.24S Of th. total
of IO.iIS.OOj of nfiich capital. Vet. with
so lar:e a thare of the foreign capital
goljis to that piace, St. Ixiuis, In the
totals fjr tlie two cities-. If-nds Kansas
City by 2.;n.So9. Certificate of
incoriHjratlon were issued to 124 do
mestic business enterprises by the
serretary of state during June their
capitalization aPRrefiatlng 17,50S.1m:
twtnty-one foreign companies bavin?
an aKeTe-pate cnplializatlon of $287,
of which sum lO.TtS.rt"; was
set ajart for that purpose, were li
censed during th same period to do
biisliiess In MImkouiI and 13 dumebtlc
companies' which bad been previously
incorporated, with an apcregate capi
Ullzatlon of $710.oo0. Increased that
amount to tl.5G7,0. a net Increase of
IS37.O00. uiakinn the grand total In
vested during the month of I2S.174.
10.r. as aisainst $7,150,900 during May.
showing an Increase of 18,0l7,I'j5.
CavCl From Jerutalcm.
Stone frfch from "King Salomon'
mines' and wood from Mount Lebanon
the Jordan valley and other portion
of the Holy Iand will hereafter be
used In calling to order and control
ling the deliberation of the Masonic
boi! of Indeiendence. Three gav
el made of these materials were pre
sented to tbe lodge by Judge Edward
P. Gate, who recently returned from
a trip abroad. To the Templar lodge
Judge Gales presented a gavel, the
body of which 1 made of stone from
the quarrie of King Solomon In Jeru
talent, which are still worked. The
stone is white. The handle ta of olive
wood. A golden plate upon It tieara
this Inscription: "From Solomon's
Quarries, Jerusalem; Prfscnted by
E. P. Gates. 19o7. The gavela pre
sented to the Blue Lodge are made
of several diffrrtut varieties of wood
among them cedar from Mount 1-e-
banon. bits of the "Oaks of Baifhan.'
balsam wood from the Jordsn and olive
wood from the vicinity of Jerusalem.
A Destructive Maryvlito Storm.
A stoiju swept over the country
Just wrst of Maryvllle recently. On
the farm of T. C. Conrad the bouse
was- unroofed, the tarn wrecked.
fine maple grov shattered and or
chard ti-s trn up by the roots. The
family tvxik refuge in the cellar and
ecid without Injury. Seventeen
yewrs av-o May S. 18. the aice
ground was stormswept and every
building o the Courad farm e-
stroy-d ew-j't a granary.
Joy Klllt-j Accepted Lover.
Jetse V. Gray, of Axilla. 4 year
cdd. proiiosed to Mrs. Kach'd llarrosr.
a w". Sow, 4i year old, tif Wei ll Oty
and wns acceptei. Gray spent fbe
nlsl.t at the home of J. 8. Wheat, fath
er rI Mint. Harrow. Ifo died bfrjre
niorning. t'ortmer Halrd. who lnveetJ-
rated the rase, said that death w
du to heart d!H-se, the attack prob
ably being brought .n by Joy oeeasloa
d by tke ac-eptance of his propcuaU.
Drury Pledg Are tkw.
tnlea the time of tho Urge pledges
that have been made toward the t2-
001 rr.tlt'wmeTit. being raised for Irnry
college. Is extended, friends of the 1
klltutloii f.kr that the fund n'.li net
be rained. All the pledge were mad
on condltlou that the entire amount
be pledged by July 1 and j.i.'i1 i
still laektng at t'.tat time.
Lead Or In Public' Square,
In eieaxatlhg for the fie.ind.itlon
for the Central .Vtttotial bank bulidoie
in Caithaxe. tite tsorknun strnck b-jd
l a short distance from ihe mrtnee.
j i. re t.f rook tihowtng load on
side wa taken ?. Hit t!ie excavation
au! .l.ired oa e xt.tt t:i-:i fct tl.e bank.
The loeaMoit of the ttitr.eii.1 t nQ Lie
p'.ibllc faio In Cattiiaee.
Llabtninj' Man Trick.
Lijiiniug near yu.nn City play d
a mean trt un an uiihii ciiti d it
im aritmnt tlie IkjH ";iuck a
chimney, p:ised through the tixf.
taa:ir Oi'Wii through the enter of tuo
ht-use. I . .! tliioii(ih the fioor and
ftrmk the d ' tiiat iis tinder t:ie
fbnir an J knoikej Lun crai.v for n
Head School of Mines.
I'iils, V. Young, piefi ever of mining
CliKitleelIng of tli l'lilvelb:ty 4f Colie
lado In llouKlir, has be. n vlect".
as director t f the 1'ulv rrslt y of Mi
noiiit sihool f mines at H !1. to suc
ceed I'rol. tieorgo E. Ladd. His sal
ary of f 3.CoO a year.
TritsJ to Stop a Frightened Team
James Catikbty, atrf 4i. utinmrrted.
atteinpttd to stx p a team lu Kt. J.v
- lit tt.tt Ihi i.i.e IilgUtelied at at
auK.inot :le )Ui skull , ciu.-.:,d in j
b OUd tu n few Ibiiiuttt
WHERE DOCTOR FAILED,
An interesting Cass from Salem, th
Capital of Oregon.
T. A. F-itton, Tt. T. V. No. 4. Palr-m,
Oregjn, sys: "Acute a'tafUs of Ud-
Dry d!ieae and
rheumatism laid tno
tip off and oa for
ten years. Aful
palna started from
the s.ldne and
through my limbs.
I nought the beft
UUV lit )Ji. lii'j
when I beean uning
t)oan Kidney rill
I mil walking with two cane and suf
fering continual pains, headache and
ileeples nights. I Improved quickly
and after taking three boxes felt bet
ter than I had for 15 year. The ef
fect have been lasting."
Poid by all dealer. CO cent a box.
Foster -Mllbura Co., Buffalo, N. T.
"Soap Bubble Hanging from a Reed."
Our life Is but a soap bubble hang
ing from a reed; It Is formed, expand
to It full size, clothe Itself with the
loveliest color of the prism, and even
escapes at moments from the law of
gravitation; but soon the black speck
appear In It and the globe of emerald
and gold vanishes into space, leaving
behind It nothing but a simple drop
of turbid water. All the poets bave
made thl comparison. It 1 so strik
ing and so true. To appear, to shine,
to disappear; to Le born, to suffer and
to die; 1 It not the whole sum of
life, for S butterfly, for a nation, for a
tar? Henry Frederic Affile!.
Eheer white poods, In fact, any C
wash good when new, owe much of
their attractiveness to the way they
are laundered, this being done ta a
manner to enhance their textile beau
ty. Home laundering would be equal
ly satisfactory If proper attention wa
given to starching, the flrft essential
being good Starch, which ha sufficient
strength to stiffen, without thickening
the good. Try Defiance Starch and
you will be pleat antly surprised at th
Improved appearance of your work.
Tatfcer, I am thinking of setting
"All right, my son, but remember
that love la not everything. Take
care to select a wife who will support
you In the style to which you have J
wava been accustomed, or you run th:
risk of being very unhappy and may
b of having to go to work yourself."
Strain at a Gnat.
The dean of Westminster has re
fused to admit a memorial tablet
which waa dedicated to Herbert
Fpencer Into the abbey on the ground
that be was not orthodox la his
FresldeAt WortJsn ta Lecture.
President Jordan, of Stanford uni
versity. Cal.. la oa bl way to Aus
tralia and New Zealand, where he will
k-rtre before tbe collegea of the
Antlpode on tl American university
It Cure While You Walk.
ADeo's Foot Fie it a ceruin cure for
. "mIiiij. ril'u. and rnoiien. a hing
S t. Ni-M t ail I raj:g-t. 1Y 2V vn t
B . t any utfitut. Trml paciie FKKH.
AUOie Ail, Ol m led. Le Ju. , X. V.
Tear may eotne aud years may gn.
Dot the time will never arrive when a
nan will ait up and patch his wife's
clothes after she Is asleep In bed.
IL t P-TWOItTI! not HKKFrrrsi
I'm Rrd Ono lull Illue. It nulrs clothe
cixau sud md lim urw. All gruorra.
Tl tvte course make all; degrade
or balkisra courage In It fall. liyrou.
Yost stwi Ik K full value in Iyri'
Fin) Hinder it;(.-l,i V ngr Yvur
tlr.icrer Le-w' sariury, 1'eoi a. 111.
It la rarrtty of their remark that
mskea nonra women remarkable.
Sve WhWw 'i W"tkie a
errSf 1. 1 .Mr , ..(, 1 1., g jf. rviwi t.
If a ntan la lnoom)etent he usually
chargee it to bad tuck.
rolr.tl (ur! by
tbeft imu rau.
itlfTr lun fttttt J ,,. lr, t Jf
lr Vit siu-, N'u-
1 Hjn. m U it, lit,)
1 to tl.f Mulh. lt
TvngxttL, 'tu It
t4 TOKIMI) I l kit
SALl Pill. SSIUl CCSE. SWUL PRICE.
Centime Must bear
WHY SHE WAt THANKFUL,
LIttie On Md Pesson to Approve
Of the sinters f a we'l known New
York frri!ly one I married. Fte haa
one little girt gratly petted by t?.
aunt and ijt o tniirh advlee
tntra all of them. Of this last the lit
He lady sometimes wear!. t!h
wearln-s on a certsin orclfra ttisde
Itself shown la the following r;!y
front bt-r small ladyhlp:
Kaid one aur.t: "If you were my
child I should have you do thus tid
thus." Said another aunt: "Were you
my thill 1 wo ;!4 do so and so" The
remitting aunt uade a sirrjtlkr ru
'The little lady thought it biph ti-r.e
to eiprs ber own feelings. "But I
have," ihe said, "always been so
thankful that papa married the sister
ALMOST A SOLID SORE.
Skin Disease from Birth fortune
Spent on Her Without Benefit
Cured Her with Cuticura.
1 bare a cousin In Rockingham Ox
who once bad a kin d seise from ber
birth nntil she was sis year of ae.
Her father bad pent a fortune on fcer
to get ber cured and boec cf the treat
ments did her any good. Old Ur.
suggested that bo try tbe Cuticura
Remedies which he did. When he com
menced to use H the child wa ott
a aolid scab. He tad used it about two
month and the child wa well. I
could hardly believe ihe waa the sanaa
child. Her skin was m soft at a baby'f
without a tear on 1L I bave cot seen
her in seventeen year, ut I Lave
beard from her and the last time I
beard she was weiL Mr. VC. P. lagle,
Burli.gton. X. C. Jana 15, 1S0S."
Wanted an Excuse.
"That do you take when you're
coming down with a cold?"
"Certainly not. Sha doesa't waat
me to be sick?"
"One more question."
T'hat' the easiest way to start a
cold." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Starch, like everythiEg else, la be
ing constantly Improved, the patent
Starches put on the market 15 years
ago are very different and Inferior to
those of the rresent day. In the lat
est discovery Defiance Starch all in
jurious chemical are omitted, wtlie
the addition cf another Ingredient, in
vented by . give to the Ftarch a
strength and smoothnes never ap
proached by other brands.
M. C P.usrL of Andeamatb. who bas
Just celebrated bia one hundred as
first birthday. I the oldest Alpinist In
the world. Last summer he scaled th
GuUch mountain without assistance
TXT?, Ft. Vitus Two a ,n
fWaiire permanently red it Ir. Khivr
tirt rre bMoie. tod Icr I'm tl
trial bottle ar.d trvat IV. K. H. Kiine.
Ld, 631 Anrh t.. I'hiUdlptia, P
It takes almost a many ta:ior to
make man aa It take collector to
Induce Urn to pay for the Job.
weo mosa bill. Bi.m
FbttuM t m nery kotnr. Ak your fno'f r
Kr u. IU 2 . pi iige wiiy J tU.
Buyer are esteemed; good
dross are deemed Chines.
T-w FitV PiiiVr tritkt $c c'rmr.
Made of e;r quabty totwero. aour
dtcr or Lraia' Factory, 1'eoriA, lit,
IIow foolish U tte toil of tr!Sln
'--.-nuuiMa-. sW ". aw , - i i a-i m -t-,. ..r. .. 1,).II mj u ft f n aiir
" "" " ' S
Ytl UUST MU,,.
"Wtn rr, y wttIc tmm n to -ca
bat 'ir..o s wit U ir d- ww.
laorierto b ni k sieat
and r,rl-J". 1"S efc.iren we t 4reA)
an I t -1, wHn or to nl
sutf. r ia iar. dnf'..tig a.jr fc i
b-i to w, knj iof we.l tlat
t hy rr),t Vo bare be p to omwru
the pa o a&J neLew wtj. da..
tu a taHiL
It is to t :; wn tht Lyf:v
E. K,nkbams Virtb.e t i-jiad,
m!c from catire ri ari b-rty,
oes m a nr. V r,-o ts r-
il see dpTftfc-l, t;,e bl a fed bri
reirtatK r naywh e. thewe ot'y .TtopV-ra V
t,.vmed hj Um wont f jrm t,i Ia.;. tom a-i -j V,
Lyuia c. rmKnam s vegetable Compound I
VT the feaiia-. oeraeUai 5 a strong and lUir ewaJ-tioa. Ilea- E
In-iAmmat.oa, t'irs it-,:ant-oriA. az, 1 orrv-i ! -v fc
- r i w mm m 9 ., t
p pi ir.ar t -r eh;H .-. a ai to carry
ox u. e n is mTt err,.neat.
Mrs. Atj?5i.:tBS Ltcjd. of Rt F -
or a ion? tits I awffr4 fi at fes' t.'- '- J hA:
of aches and na.ns ia tie lirm-r jrt cf t-w m-l is. I rv..d .'.
s!ep and bd iv appetite, tiin? Lv-i. L. V.-r-'a-.-e
Ooujpoond and folio in- the a-irics a' jo r" I
new wotBM ail I eavoa'A pr.lus jmr e.ik:ii tin t Vh'.T.''
Mrs. Pinkham'a. Invitation to Women y
fr.Hrr.Bx fr-tm r.j Unrtn of fta".e vtw -e fcjr'v-5 t f'
write Mrs Finkhs-n. at Lrns, Msms. n cf rr et ---:t- cf - E
perleo' she prbb:y t the verr ka'ir ti-fcl wi te a yvar Si
ce. Uer advice i free ad alwsrs fe! !-! f-
Gordon Spot of tho World
This Fitly Describes That Portion of Texas Lyinjj
Detween San Antonio and the Gulf.
Ton Can Buy a Truck and Fruit Firm et fnsra 13 Acrtt is 40 Atrt t-.i
Two Choice Tswn Lot for S213. Tenr.i S:3 a Ksr'Jt
Without Interest Read the Fc"aw si :
Dr. C F. ;-.-'. 5f n Artsio. li-
IV ar Sir: I an in T-e-yi of yt.T fTor of tie T".h nart, aavl ta tiumr
will say that I vu!ed th. lr. C- K. s-'.sswow raS ia .Ataatmi i etesrrr.
Texas, on Lebrtarr Sr.h. I ?ent J ear tie J.a. k-4 tj-t ii a-t.tr
st th Brv-mn ramK thrn rode aii day Use 1 k tn tU r t, arg i
full rs cf hard nc:ng ofi borwftk err ti rc'ft.
I curt Mr. Fra-ks at l'ir .cUye. lit has beest f r tk.-s rBC&
for 18 year-, and known errry loot of the laavL I toid kim I wat to are
tbe ptorrrt land rw th rtUK. sad be dtrerted aw btrw to go, ac J af-r
two days' hard nd.ng I was fmiiy aauiced wn ta r-rowitaca.
I saw three snrnan welis, and was wita.n t4r-rirtT ef a i of
tbe fourth on?. 1 tted tbe w.wr at oa of tii ' im foawd it to be
ail r.cht. It was ery warm, a 1 otvV r-jd aii rttia wxr h m'es tt
brut vir fTTm t w.ll. i an atocd tfc wi.i m faraiwairg rwoa - a r
to smcat l.t") acres cf land. It is in Head-jn-r-jfrs fiuum.
1 Itmad tbe sod to be from a beary tcs to a irk ri and a3 t't
sbairs ttn Uck and red. In tart, U swJ kuoked pi to rae, and I
li.T I ksow gotl land when I see tt.
I hv read esrrfuny tbe y-no-.rd f4drrs sad eiamioed the bul bcek.
"New H.Tn wert Hons" wita rrca.nl to tS r-Ktarrs prstd la t. al
wiU tb-y ar ail there jswt . Ra.oral as Lie-
bi I did ni-t ret to see ail ctt tbe raoch. I etumzh to ss'.wfr
sne that it ia U ncftt. I saw tk r-ia:rr froca AsUkm t lrp
t'hrutt to KrownTie, but Lke tbe fc-sanaoa raach beilrr tk BTtk.g
1 saw m Texas.
I hare jnrwted ia thts P':-i-r- rrT"0: x-w Mid an sw ikm r 7
aratior.a to Dctf ihre this iiii. -nd I woat to at to say frtrsvis sad act f
ti,nr fro. tak ont st Imxt t-t ar-ijlK om ssa't go wro4. It aa
tJue rrd--n spot cf tbe I'tiited State.
laiicg joo aucr-, I r-tr n.
B. Q. MATHES.
This U th famjms ELmmoo Esrci ef 95,000 acre 36 mile south ef Sis
Antonio. For Literature n foil particslar wrrite iir aa-e ef nearest -est.
DR. CHAS. F. GIMMOriS,
215 Alamo Plaia. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
EJj's Crsanj Bala
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Sh Hft at 0cv tdc.
a.f m w vmi t, . T
Binaaei" ta aweaatoa ouautt.
Lr -T-taL-r 4Xi )-Ci(i
Chewcrs who read the
Information given in this
space in next week's
paper will Know why
Tobacco gratifies chewers
at less cost than cheap to
baccos. Chew what yon
Know about and Know what
you are chewing,
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