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4 ni i in i! - 1 its 'I -''4 1 ::.rtPI Ponder .:Vii.;: 70RtVSrREEST Rev, L. 8. GARRETT ED. PUBLIHItR't N. Q. Gnrreit dJ M jM. L'uiteii P LBLISIIElJ tVKHY illl R8UAY ' It nit ml fit- tr(tv6 elan waittr Octobrr 2 HtO at the PoMt-ofllee (it Norwood Mo., untlt:v the An of Con iirexn of March 3rd. 1897. .ri niriTioN om yr.AR ...... . 60 cents x months , WNTR TIJREI MONTHS IS CINT8 Invaruilly m .44vaiue. BOLL OF HONOR. Mr. Caspar Mt. Grove Mo. fOcts Mrs. J T. Payne Corkery Mo. 15cts Isaac W. TJii'ey Chancs Dalla Co. Mo. Ificta. J. G. Riih-y. Plad Mo. lRcts Mi-8. Kosay E. 13-iiley Plad Mn. 15cta. A Girl Wanted Mr. Danifll Twuhig nl Norwood wanlH girl to do honoe work, nr work in the dininp room, he will pa t one dollar nd fifty rents a werk, (iny good t waritirg work will do well to ppl) at Mr Twobigi in Norwood. Will Go To Brownsville. Washincton, D. C. Oct, 25 Tho Brownsville court of inquiry to dnv decided to vitsit Brownsville Texas, late in Novemoer to hnr any new material fa .ts bearing on tho famous " shooting up" of that city on the night of Aug. 13 lSIOB. Sprinpfieid Republican,. When will the time come when the pior will be cared for in the placo of giving money to the. rich. the path of thy feet and let aU "thy i W m CCT, icr - Om imrt in inn i iwttu iii.il oi uul. j.'.rfiii nuii r nruiiviL Oklahoma Woman Is Accus Of Taking X,ife of Hr Husband. Dvis Ckla, Oct. 25-Charles C. Smith, a railroad section hand, and Mrs. Mary Smith, his for mer wife, were arrested here yesterday chargedwlththe mur der of Albert Smith, the woman's husband and a cousin of Charles Smith. Charles Smith was ta ken to jail at Sulpher ami the woman was 'held here under Kuard pending preliminary ex amination tomorrow. The head less body of Albert Smith was found in the Washita river Sat urday. The skull was crushed. -Springfield Republican PRESIDENT'S WY Oil President Taft and hia party, proceeded by fleet. Squadron of Naval Torpedo boats, partici pates in the big event. On the 25 of Oct. l'JOi) President Taft left St. Louis at 5 o'clock in the af ter-noon on a trip of nearly 1,200 miles, lollowing the government steamer Oleander upon whoso uper deck stood the President The naval vessels aim to keep well ahead of the Presidenta) fleet. This all looks well . to the money pt-wer, whos interests this expence is in. Thousands of dollars will be spent by the government on this expedition, while all along the line there are hundred of children and mothers barefooted almost naked, and starving. We believe if the pro ducer gets the products of his labor there will be no need of starvation- Acd we know there would not be so much speculat ing. And pleasure taking by the few to the detriment of the many. WORLD'S mmtmntmmm mi .i i.i u i ) ir 'i. v m. a, J. .... 'wniiPWswswassWswsBSMSWSssMsw A. Korean, assassinated the Prince at Japan on Cct. 26, 1000. The assassin when a rested aaid 41 . . . . - i come to uarbln for the nole purpose of assassinating Prince, to avenge my country." Aa the Prince lighted from tbf train to the platform at Harbm sudfn a half dozen revolver shot rang out in quick successioi. and the Prince fell to. rise Jo more, as a Trine of Japan. Ar 3 a gloom enshrouds that couutry at present. Killed Id Quarrel. Arkansaw Man Surrenders To Sheriff After Killing, f Fatber-Io-Low. j; Heber, A:k. Oct. 1.5, WiHiafli C Bryant, who killed his father-in-law, a man named Potter, near Rose Bud, in White county, Wednesday night, surrendered to constable, James AdcocV about eight miles south of Hebr yesterday. They came'to Hebe i- uu at iiuuii inc Hiit-riu J. . Johnson, accompanied by Ad cock took Bryant to Searcy, io White county, to deliver him to the authorities of that county, where the.crinewas committed. Bryant does not seem to realize the enormity of his crime. H claims that he killed his father-in-law in self defense, He says that a quarrel took place be tween them about the removal of household gnods, whc Potter threw a rock' at Bryant. Be tried to throw a second time, when Bryant shot - with a Win chester rifle, killing him instant' ly.i Bryant claims that he did not shoot to kill, bntonly intend ed. to wound Potter in the arm Bryant admits that he was drinking at the time, Potter's on was present and armed, but did nothing to prevent Bryant's escape. . Bryant was a carpent and lived here until recently, The Springfield Republican. "' 'V-: CRESSET OFFICE Ways be established' 'Provr 40. The Appeal to the Rescue. No news that has reached the Appeal over the wire slice the announcement of the kidnapping of tho Federation officials has ktiuid twjj mtv-bcr otthe staff as diu the announcement that Comrade DcLara had been arrastsdVin Los Angeles and was wjoceMriea to Mexico a& an ailen. tfJu'Lara is the man who, braving death, accompanied John Kenneth Turner to Mexico and enabled him to gather the re markable facts which from the basis of the American Magazine's articles on "Bucbarou Mexico If tbe.Socialists and trade union ists let DcLara be taken back to the Mexican tyranny and shot like a dig, then they deserve only tl.e slavery from which DeLara is trying to rescue his brothers. But 1 know this ftiil not be dene. ILe Appeal is pre paring to do its part in this fight, Debs, who is now in the east, speaking to luonhter mecticg will be seut by the Appeal to Lo Angeles immediately. Shoaf as, soou as he can be released from duties in connection with the federal court inquiry, will be on the ground as soon us last trains can taue him there. Every move in this important cass a case which. v ill equal in hnpor- tauce the great iVioyer Haywood! tight will be reported in the Appeal by its own correspon dents who will.be on the ground. It will be up to our readers to lend a band they have in the past. If UeLara is railroaded it will be. by loderal court officers. The Appeal's. expose of federal court methods will be . timely just as this crisis. ; Appeal to Reason. atislV,oiirGi2!!dc& if, Try -?rr-?r;,;r dm - People may talk but we shall remark; that there was never any subject of importance, but what there, was an opposite. We have riches, and we have pover ty, we have rich men, and we have poor men : and there is a mighty war, between those two classes of people, The oaity press announces jubt what every house wife knows- And that is that the price of meat has gone up again two to five cents a pound. Milk has also advanced one cent on the quart can. Canned goods, flour and other necessities coat more In fact aU ncccsnitles of life. Now the point Is who does this raising in price on these thiugs. It would naturally be supposed that it would be the Farmer. But this Is a mistake, as we shall show later on. The industrial depression; has not sloped the upward trend. Ami the signs indicate that the max imum lax not been reached yet. Now a long siun the Htaiibticul demoostratious of increased cot of living; cumes the glowing ac count of 'unbounded prosperity' the record braking crops. Now according to the pass word pf years ago, that an oer pluss (or production) will cause, a drop in prices. But not so now, the fact is, the more that is produced, the higher, and costler the living. Now what is the cause? And anything and everything is as- cribed exe pt the real reason, But the great mass of bur readers shall learn the actual cause, for tbe extortionate prices placed on the necessities of life The masses of the poor laboring man who does tho producing, they are beginning to see that the trusts and cooperations bravely . busting prices to squeeze the bard earned dollars out of the hides of theproducers, The great capitalists pay the lowest possible wages to the producers:' and advance-'the ' h0?M highest possible Uailt oi oommoomes, to hnm w no pro- dnce them, and must consnnii, them, Tbe graft of tba parasite ,. lay right between the cost et . , the producer tnd tbe cost of th consumer. And this graft baa ; ; made the Rockfeliow, tbe' Pear '. point Morgan, and many more masters t .e millions to be spent , like glutious while those who created the wealth, have to liv,like ' the beasts. It takes a large sum of money to satisfy those mighty trusts. Inorder to saafy their greed and glutteness, they will anslave wives; and starve child ren, compel! them to live in want aud misery, by their robery, in robbing them from their pioduc tiun thru tbs profit system; be: tweed the producer and consum. er. The mills ot the gods grind slowly the sweat and blood, from the poor. But they, giind ex ceedinuly fine, whether it is one or tho other; they grind the grist. And the tole is ever in creasing , . . Now der readers it will pay you to come out into seme lonely . spot, and there as an artist of the best calebry; picture upon one side the desolate, and miser able homes of the masses of toilers; and then upon the other side draw a picture of opulent orogaut master class as they dish out your money in piles of thousands olOullarsatalime, lor . their pets, and demand of you to pay it without a murmur Then you will see Home Industry and Bible Socialism shine across the . dark barizonof the present pro- . tic system, ot tbe master and on ; . the Blav"v and you to wilkxclaim, God hasten' the day when the kingdoms of this -world Will he the kingdom of our God.' And graft and profit will forever be a thing of the past, and every man ; ' . will enjoy the-labors of bis - own , ' bands ' ' - -;" v' The picture is before yon the rich and the poor choose ye ths v day . whom you . will serve the rich man an mammon, or God v;; and your own interests which will bring naanklhd intoanniver- .' 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