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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 June 1903

iff LOCAL m Of TODAY \ VYln e.er. a big Prescoti farm is in the city yesterday. W Spawr and wife of Prescott , gts a; the Palac. yesterday. Fudge, a well known WaitS armer and business man. i's in tv oti business. Vtoorhouse, one of Pendlercn's ■ business men. was a Walla \ . \ isitor yesterday. ri Ricardo, editor of the Dayton Press, was in the city yes liu aing home last night. lodge No. 121. I. O. O. F. ; the third degree upon one . at Odd Fellows' temple this 1.,. a Chinese gardener, , : at St. Mary's hospital afiei a long illness. The i, d from the Cookerly • parlors at 2 o'cio< k this [nierment was in the Chi- The deceased had no in Walla Walla as far as nera ] of the late Mrs. A. W. Ed lion; the First Christian o'clock yesterday fore v-as largely attended by old friends of the de- Morris conducted the [nt< rment was in the city Hie pall hearers were ameron, Donald, Mcßae. Rae and M. 1». dross, old \ and neighbors of Mrs. ... delivery team took the block by the fire n or...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 June 1903

Pure, Pale and Sparkling. Bottled Only at the Brewery in St. Louis, Hn< lilolri A Arhorniauu. WHOLESALE DEALERS. LEVITES HUSTLING To lOverconie Shrewd i love ol Icßride tbcistm mm nit: prize Appointment of Sheriff Mills as Mem ber of Roard of Control Startenic Move. tertwined in the enforced resignation of Superintendent Westendorf, of the reform school, the transfer of Charles Rj ed of the board of control, to Che ha ~ and the appointment of Jesse VI I? sheriff of Thurston county, to v vacancy nn the board of control. in the throes of almost as fierce a I ■ •'' fight as any that ever pre Tin first news of the appointment i. . c Mills on the board of con •• something in the rumor.- of ,i :,. up bo w en Senator Ankeny are! tJovernor Meßride, resulting from the pr. s< ~■ . of the governor at the An . n\ banquet to the president. The th< attitude of th- old Ankeny guard 1'■"1: 1*- ' '' ; '' 11 • II!' '*I I. 11 i 111g '•oi thr< • days the leaders of the ' ring' have l>een...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 June 1903

Dor,,t Hesitate *; ----- •-w&iv - *' 't' when you are undecided where to V." I #tgBBMKHM your linen laundered to bring - •' : th( walla walla s-eam -•A Ofc LAUNDRY - You will always thank - y / ' - for this tip. a s you will be sure to * - I'• ' 'ajßSj jtS&t rea,> unalloyed satisfaction in the ex -1 ,' iC quifcite manner in which we do up /^|' * yuur shirts, collars and cuffs. No * -' ■ ' v • 11/// frayed edges, no broken buttonholes, hut linen that is sent home in a per v IX r™?' feet condition, with a color and finish &*Jpr 0Q | t that unsurpassed 4t«, , »v v* »» » • «*»»»»*»***if*»»»v»»*(, % jm*.** l * 7 '^^m^-*^*^?'^ '^JSB^^^^^J^P '^■^^.a^^J^T '4*WßM***a frfr-H 1 -r***H* J * * 'l"*** i- * -fr 4-» <"> iifi> ■» ** * »:■ fl # + .|. ,|. .|,.s. <M ABNER HARJBEN Author of * V Who Publish the Work )In Book Form. All I Rights Reserved - - 4- v ■H M H H H^ t 4 M > ** * * *!• * *!• -fr-M-I'-M-*** *■> <l <i »»* •M-I—M- Continued.) [IAPTER 111. - I xt ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 June 1903

I Show Your Esteem | T" k i them a. nice present. I 3 I ' j A BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL BOOK rf Err Is undoubtedly the most appropriate -1 thing obtainable. We have a lot that £a were selected with this special pur cM pose in view. I * I 3 DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM. g a 45 H r| 6". 5.. Johnson Stationery Co. [@ H No. 1 First St. Die Brucke. || OPENING OF BIG SAENGERFEST. Baltimore, Md., June 15.—The Ger man singing societies composing the tortheastern saengerbund certainly hate reason i<> feel proud of their bi ennial fest, which was informally opened today. For twenty-four hours th< delegates and visitors have been louring into, the city and at noon to tnv it was estimated that fully 20,- --900 strangers were here. The city o elaborately decorated in honor of the occasion and the intertwined flags of the United Slates and Ger man; are everywhere in evidence. President Roosevelt and a number >f members of the diplomatic corps are coming from Washington to at tend the lug opening...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 June 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME 30. HEARTRENDING STORIES Of DISASTER Peopie Needs Help in Burying eir Dead —Issue an Appeal for Aid. via lon<». June 16. —The f (tregon and many cities • oi the northwest are 3 to stricken Heppner. railway tracks and bridges are ravines are flooded, mak e difficult. The numUer ,v placed at 300. Relief - at lone, from which, akers are leaving for the i)odies so far recovered Heppner is almost en shed Portions of houses, : dead bodies encumber ti : streets. There was at Lexington, although ~ rty '..image is heavy. burying the dead are c willing hands are idle. , ao way of getting into the by wagon or on horse rails on the railroad were * , rop< s. Bvery available n pressed into service to and supplies into the riot 1 rom the relief trains junction, 45 miles away. June Pi. —Thirteen famil s at Lexington as the flood. They have been a - hool house since Sun n ■ s. orchards and farms \a y in a twinkling. One lings that escaped de li ppner was the Palac...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 June 1903

Till! DWELLEY HERRICK MUSIC CO. sell the best known makes ot pianos.in cluding the BEHNING and the popular "SWEETLAND." The only piano manufac tured by a woman. Our pianos are shipped to us direct from the factory, which enables us to quote low prices. drdphophones and Victor Jdlkinu Machines in slock. REMEMBER TDK PLACE: DWELLEY HERRICK MUSIC CO. r . i VST MAIN STREET. M Tl LEI'HONE : : RED 7 70. FOI k' DOORS ABOVE MAIN ST. BRIDGE Sour Stomach No appetite, loss of strength, nervousness, headache, constipation, bad breath, general debility, sour ris i: gs. and catarrh of tne stomach are all due to indigestion. Kodol cures indigestion. This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they ex.st in a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure in digestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleans!:.g. purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous m...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 June 1903

ants Figprune- r1 me is a revelation ro ec drinkers. Only those who tried it, can appreciate the purity and delightful blend W Figprune Cereal. It is made from choice M ■^S^^^fc^' 1 fi f s prunes ' and sc,e , ctecl gr^ in,, ~ i THE BEST MANUFACTURING COMPANY. STERM HND HORSE ROWeR OMBINED HARVESTERS We wish to call the atten tion of all prospective purch asers of Side Hill Combined Harvesters for the -.eason of j 1903, that it is now time for them to he getting in their orders and especially if they wish to get the BEST MA CHINE as we have just been advised by wire from the Best Manufacturing Company that They had but a few machines more that they could spare fin this territory. j Call and examine the same at THE JOHN SMITH COMPANY. Genera! Supply House. Walla Walla, Wash. 1 LEADING THE PROCESSION eney, and low cost of main [l is simple, strong convenient and will not get unless you use an Ax. If you want the Best it's made, !>»• sure and buy a MILWAUKEE. JOHN SMITH COMPANY WALLA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 June 1903

The Evening Statesman THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by ma 11)... in advance Six months 6 °/_ One month by carrier 65 One week by carrier la Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE and is by far the best report pub- Uahed in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ..Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to insure Insertion in the Issue of even date. Tonight and Wednesday showers, and thunderstorms'; cooler tonight: high south to west winds. THE HEPPNER DISASTER. More lives were lost in the Heppner disaster Sunday evening within a few minutes' time than were lost -lurinc the week or longer that Topeka, Kan sas City, St- Louis and other towns in the Central West were suffering from the overf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 June 1903

r -LO RELIABLE pit] *AKIH<S POWDER Absolutely Pure WERt IS NO SUBSTITUTE NEWS OF TODAY went To Seattle . Walla Walla from r i of Clyde is in the city Walla Waila from . is< n of Dayton is a was a Walla Wal and wife of Weston Palace today. !' t. a ft'as in the city from oking after busi- I the Holt : company's local branch from a short business J W Ksi retui ned from San me lical treatment Harry M. C trter and child. isiting her mother. '■' ■ i. l>r the past month, eft foi Seatttle. where she will IMe school board it ■ achers. including the Smith is the best equipped ''' in the cltv. Offers - irtn ■tn of goods at half ; h I-RER ! FREE ifUPPWG -XESy* HANDSOME F \CH \\ JULY 25 ™ j\ l\l VS TO THE GIRL WHO BUCK'S CLIP ™ X ENTIRE CLIPPING CONTEST COUPONS ter Ice Cream j Art asses Freezers nats «; for •-J~o. . In several styles; very neat, prices Very neat and -non tumbler, cQmmc ns v r ate attractive. * Come t ■' a very ser- with first class early: they are go ieeable article. go...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 June 1903

I Sara the Bands I The bands around Recruit Cigars ~j while serving as the smoker's pro- _ tection, also represent a money value that is of unusual worth. To the holders of r recruit) bands and other brands of banded cigars, $142,500 will be distributed, and some one J^^r will receive in one prize alone $5000.00. ____r Ask your dealer for full particulars. ___r Recruil Cigars are sold everywhere. ___r I $142,500 Given Away I | SO SAVE THE BANDS I SCHOOL LAWS OF STATE As Revised by the Late Legislature DIGEST OF MW CODE BY BRYAA Some Important Changes Were Made —Consolidation of Schools— Accredited Attendance. Olympia.—Superintendent Bryan, is suing t'ne following digest of tiie new school code which went into effect June 1!. in lieu of the regular code, which will be out of the printers' hands for several months, says: The fact that only a small part of m) appropriation for printing is avail aid, before August 1 renders it im possible to print the code of public instruction before t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 June 1903

Don't Hesitate | RDea y ° U are nnde fi'led where to * WALLA WALLA STEAM » LAUNDRY. You will always thank * j>T*'_ 4 Qlli: manner in which we do up * "* /J; : " t^^ r K^^ your shirts, collars and cuffs. No % , oLfe * . if/// frayed edges, no broken buttonholes. * h " T Isnen That is sent honie in a P er - t OF. 1 ' r condition, with a color and finish % i&.jSr-Z*- v on it that are unsurpassed. °* , . . .. . . . «• „ M. «.«. « <# » «S» » • » W » * » W *W W V ♦ V V » V V V V « (♦+** f i "4 FIR WILL N. i m-mmm Author of Who Publiih the Work In Book Form. All f ■ —J Rights Preserved - - T ~ old man," ht (1 ,wn his pen and , Bishop's face, r and don't waste nfessional lawyer • no bearing on tevcr. Now. really, ~, , ; iin to you my per ,H.t favoring the it li a—l may say— as v. bite us death. ..... were eoiifirmed ■ . there was n< it. Suddenly ht , c the contemptuous you didn't tell . tmrlitl at the law cci se you knowed no built. Yon told the same tale you did me, . - unload...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 June 1903

I Show Your Esteem I 3 for your graduating friends by giving H si them a nice present. pi I * P 4 BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL BOOK | ■ o r| [g undoubtedly the most appropriate »M !".| thing obtainable. We have a lot that U g were selected with this special pur- |3 M pose in view. *j I * I I DON'T KAIL TO SEE THEM. j| 3 * I £. 5. Johnson Stationery Co. | I No. 1 First St. Die Brucke. | THE DEWEY HEARING HAS BEGUN Soldiers Guar! the Court From At tack by Armed -Cowboys— Berry Murder Case. St. Francis, June 16. —The prelimi nary bearing of Chauncey Dewey, the millionaire cowboy and his two asso • iates charged with the murder of the Berrys began today. The city is fill ed with cowboys and settlers. All who enter tiie court house are search : for weapons. Tin- prisoners were escorted by militia. The soldiers later established a strong guard represented by a notable array of counsel. The prosecution is being assisted bj Colemn, attorney general DO YOU WANT AN EDUCATION? The Statesman offers to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 17 June 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME 30. SPAIN WINS HER SUIT FOR DAMAGES Ie Clyde Shipbuilding Conn or Delay in Delivering Torpedo Destroyers. me 17—The court of ~ ipheld the decision given fa ~,f & some months ago Hank Shipbuilding : : pay $67,006 to the i rnment for delay in de ■ :pedo boat destroyers Spanish-American . suit claimed that destroyers cemplete history of the war. the loss of her fleet at - WONDERFUL DISCOVERY BY MELLARD -inds a Valuable New Metal That Can Be Cheaply Produced From Waste, I 17. —-The Echo an , | ; thai ' ." I. the discoverer i lering aluminum, a new metal call ; light, strong, work it - production is exceeding... eh ap I nun matter ised to be worthless. ■•: s will revolutionize the YOUNG MILAN WARNED OF DANGER May Be Assassinated to Clear the Title to *he Servian Throne. -A dispatch from ports that the sultan tn mother of Milan, legit ' the late King Milan I Sen ia to guard her son. It is ■ may be a plot to murder young Milan to completely clear the • to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 17 June 1903

Tilt DWELLEY HERRICK MUSIC CO. sell the best known makes ot pianos,in cluding the Established BEHNING and the popular "SWEETLAND" The only piano manufac tured by a woman. I Our pianos are shipped to lis direct from the factory, which enables us to quote low prices. Graphophones and Victor Talking Machines in stock. REMEMBER THE BLACK: DWELLEY -HERRICK MUSIC CO. -, EABT MAIN STREET. QArt M TELEPHONE : : WLl> '"j. pot R DOORS ABOVE .VI AfS ST. BkllHiE Be convinced of the truth and of the remarkable faculties of Vendetta, j the Great Lady Clairvoyant and Palm ist possesses. A report* r visited her last week at rh.- rooms in the Bee HiVe lodging house and submitted to a reading. It was remarkable the knowledge the medium possesses, reading as she dees the past, telling the present and drawing aside the veil of the future. Hundreds of aching hearts and trou bled souls have been made right. Mothers, fathers, sons, daughters and sweethearts have been comforted by the knowledge which thi...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 17 June 1903

mrs. Ida Mcdonald, Supreme Deputy of the Maccabees of the World. r"T)!< TcDONALD, ! that 1 must do something* M "., r.caui.ien v ' rc S ai * In y health. A 111 Street, Detroit, JS j friend sdvocated your Wine L — ~~ Mich., isaprom- S#p of Cardui treatment so m who was *«£ f strongly that I decided to efited by the s ~J try it, although I had little nan's medicine, J faith in patent medicines. Cardui. -Mrs. fcl lam now very thankful that • -'p't I did so, for within ten days • f the Mac. blessed relief came tome, and in les s than three Q ost widely known Mrs. Ida McDonald. months I was cured, and In the United L ■ — » ■ - have enjoyed fine health Thousands of women gather to ever since. I know there is nothing better t ire everywhere she goes, for a sick woman who wishes to enjoy per e rrreat work she has done for the feet health and am very pleased to give my ees is appreciated by every hearty endorsement." )ero f the order. She was so ab- No suffering woman can afford to r w .r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 17 June 1903

The morning paper does not attempt to deny tiiat its staff correspondent faked his alleged dispatch from Hepp ner Tuesday morning and that he sent his story from Pendleton Monday night. The alleged dispatches from "Heppner via Lexington" in this morning's paper also bear con vincing internal evidence that the cor respondent had not yet reached Hepp ner iast night. Th.- Statesman is re liably informed that the Union's cor respondent attempted to make the trip from Pendleton to Heppner by team Monday night, but was prevented by a severe thunder storm that arosa hnd turned back. Yesterday he changed his route and took the 0. R. & N. train to lone, where last night he met Council man McLean, EL S. Blandford and .lames Kidwell of this city returning from Heppner. and from them he got his story of condi tions in the stricken town. Later he went by train to Lexington, nine miles from Heppner, tin- washed-out railroad track not being repaired be yond tiie Former place. Perhaps, if he ha...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 17 June 1903

fifty Years the Standard BAKING POWDER Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair Highest tests U.S. Gov't Chemists ruice BA* NG POWDER CO. CHICA4SO IE! LOGRL NEWS OF TODIT LOCAL EVENTS. of Mike Shaghaun , T. U. will meet with Mrs. , ,] Whitman street at 2:3' i a prominent Covello . ity receiving medical i- : ■.;. . - i >enn nt has consented to for mayor against Gil hh petition will be cir the voters tomorrow. t S. Johnson was in Walla . fi om his Franklin He reports crops badly in all ever that section. Matlock, injured in the *ast< r, i's an uncle of Mrs. aham and cf Ed Smith. Stai man's bookkeeper, both of Methodist Episco- South. gave a delightful t the r< sidence of Mrs. Smith :. South S cond street last the cast of Arva Thomp - ... roa : sup« rvisor of district No. this men brought in a verdict of embezzling |16 anded ball team is in ii the players intend S md. while others will tfter the Pendleton ser and Sunday, when 50 receipts will be donat- E !wards, of Portland. an add...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 17 June 1903

AB C "BEERS Guaranteed Pure. None So Good* Barhtold &. Aobermann« i Union Labor Column. EDITED BY JOHN PI.NN. - j - This Department is devoted The Statesman assumes no re to the interests of Organized sponsibility for opinions ex- Labor. 1 > pressed in these cole runs. Published Wednesday and Saturday. The Union Record of Seattle warns local horseshoers to stay away from Seattle until ao amicable settlement has been made of the strike of Seattle horseshoers. A union that is making rapid pro gress in Seattle is the teamsters. They will lie a power in organized labor circles before anybody realizes it.— Union Record. Taik to your wives, daughters and sweethearts about forming a union label league. Once get them started on tin project and they will be as enthusiastic about it as you and your sons are aboul baseball —and much more good will come of it. —Union Record. Tii. scab I Angeles Times is the published, and it is the duty of every union man and woman to write to the advert...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 17 June 1903

Don't Hesitate jp ■ — — when yOU are "decided where to aye yoUr linen laundered to bring to the WALLA WALLA STEAM LAUNDRY. You will always thank " ' for thls tlp- as you be sure to * - ' rea P unalloyed satisfaction in the ex- A .fc <iu,i>lte manner in which we do up >A ■ : -ffi* r yonr shirts - collars and cuffs. No mi// 1 rayed edges, no broken buttonholes i/>. jj Dut llnen that is sent home in a per & M W*W>s i / feet condition, with a color and finish ~ : . - -~ on it that are unsurpassed. v $A R N IT. R win, n. I jHMJ L 1 B~d I\ HARBEN I \3 Jim fi JL_£ J_L_? $ I mr r ' nr Who Publish tke Work * In Book Form. All f — -I Hights Reserved - - T + *r * v <| CHAPTER IV. after sunrise, i. ! ad just left the U~ • • ie when Bishop \- His shoes and "*" • i; dew and coy • the road. Hits _ the gate and . bim from the hall: I'ain't you go tc the steps, drag- He had the ap beaten by every : fall upon a human -lid doggedly. He \ . into the sitting •;• In-law stood at _di...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 17 June 1903

Annricas famous old Liberty Bell which has been Mass for th* 128 th anniversary celebration of the battleol Buns ' l ay: The last time the bell was removed g C , dependence hall. Philadelphia, Pa., it was taken to the Charleston, s». u„ exposition. KIDNAPED AMERICAN RESCUED. Washington, June 17.—Consul Mc- Wade a; Canton cables the state de partment today that the American who a few days ago was captured and la id for ransom by pirates has been rescued by the gunboat Callao and returned to Canton. Captain Ewen Leaves Jackson. Lexington, Ky.. June 1T. —Captain Ewen, w'uo was The principal witness in the Jett case, lias moved his family hen and this morning is looking for employment. He abandoned Jackson us a residence through fears for his I ife. Despcnder.t Democrat Suicides. [nd< i>< ndence, Mo., June IT. —David DO YOU WANT AN EDUCATION? The Statesman offers to ambitious young people whose friends will take the greatest personal interest in the matter, a mean? of the best ...

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