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From colonial times comes i!ie
institution cf Thanksgiving Day.
Washington issued the first pro
clamation for it National Thanks
giving. Lincoln made it a nation
al institution. No nation on earth
lias eo great cause (or thanksgiv
ing as cur cation. Our form of
government itself was an inspira
tion and ever since its establish
ment the finger of God lias pointed
out our way. When our leaders
have blundered we have been led
by an unerring spirit into better
things. Even our civil war, a sec
tion of hell itself.was turned into a
blessing. We spread our tents
over the Louisiana purchase and
behold the gold of California and
the silver of Colorado. We bought
Alaska, ''Seward's folly," a "Sys
tem of icebergs," and its fur trade
put millions into our treasury and
its mountains are proving to be
storehouses of gold, iron, tin and
coal. We demanded sugar and
the Sandwich Islands came to us.
We wanted spices and the war
with Spain brought us the sugar
coffee, spices, woods and fruits of
the Phillipines and the West In
dia Islands. We determined to
build an Isthmian Canal and Pan
ama declared her independence in
a bloodless revolution and gave us
the open doorway. Our men of
science have tamed the lightning,
wiped out space with the tele
phone, conquered the pestilence
and led captive the plague. The
desert is made to blossom as the
rose and two, three, yes ten blades
of grass are made to grow where
one grew before. Our farmers
are the best in the world, our me
chanics the most skillful, and our
laborers the most intelligent. Sure
ly the Lord is leading our people
and righteousness exalteth our ca
tion. Our president, our governor
and our mayor have proclaimed
this a day of Thanksgiving and let
their voice be obeyed. Help the
poor, assist the needy and in every
thing give thanks.
The United States will sell about
$10,000,000 worth of fruilf to Eu
rope this year.
The United States ranks sixteenth
as a wine producing country. Our
annual output is but a fiftieth of
of that of France.
The discovery of rich oil field in
the neighborhood of Sour lake,
Texas, has created a city of S.ooo
people in what two year ago was
an uninhabited prairie.
A ledge of tin too fret wide hat
Lcu d. .covered in Alaska which
will prodict enormous quantities
ud probably cut off our dependence
upon foreign source.
Tht fotty-aixlh annual meeting
of tht Miksouri State Horticultural
Society will be held at Coltnbia,
Ma-, Dec. S, 9 and 10, 1003.
$100 in premium on ' applet will
be given. For particular addrck
L. A, (Joodmcn, tec, Kan.atCity,
Tort'tgi .lii-patches announce that
the Euiopeau oweis will not inter
file in the l'miam affair, at they
irgitrd it at a mattrr which concern
m!y the western hemitplicre, "On
adl tide, av ne Uibpntch, "the
United Statft paramount iutre.t
and right to deal with the situation
kindle handed are frankly recognis
ed by Hie diplomat." Tint i very
racioua on the part of Europe.
An Indiana jury hat found for the
pUiutilf in a suit lor damage
brought by a contractor agtuiut
taipeiiteik' union which had boy
tolled hiui. The vetditt was in
scti'idjiits vmiU a ruling of the
jJ;f, "ho kuid that the fact that a
.lltlltM i. iJ"t illCUipulMtt'd dfk Hot
4iti..ii ri f)(fv-t j'liy liom
,!i I l.n,; it repuuUs hr injuiir
ti; lmrJ cf k the le.u't o u
tt f .1 !.uli il.e union an .o
i.r.i, in.t twJjt I-Ju.tl 1 tj vaif.lt:
.Secretary Shaw, in ' a recent
speech before the New Yotk cham
ber c f commerce, made use of the
following language to-wit:
"The only unprotected American
imlu'try it it merchant matins.
An act of CongicM, approved by
Geo Washington and never repeal
ed, though frequently .astailed,
give the American thipbuilder, the
American thtpwrite, the American
tbip-owncr and the American flag
a monopoly in our coast-wise trade,
and we have not only the inot evi
dent aervicc, but the , cheapest
coast-wise sates in the world."
After pointing out the fact this
country has ihe bet railway system
in the world and the cheapest rate
by reason of the encouragement bxi
tended to them, both by act of
Congress and the policy of the gov
ernment, and that our factories turn
Out more manufactured products
than any other two countries on the
globe, he continued:
"A certain a the world revolves
the time will come when pur peo
ple will give more heed to securing
a respectable share of the trade of
South American republics, South
Africa." the islands south of the
equator, and the countries washed
by the Pacific Ocean. Suppose we
now had regular lines of steamship
communication between our ports
and the countries I have mentioned,
the governmont paying the loss un
til our trade should be established.
What would be the result? A re
presentative of these lines would
wait at the door cf every factory,
in the land begging for the produc
tion of goods specially designed to
meet the peculiar needs, desires and
whtms of the countries for which
they were intended. And mark
you; gentlemen, a foreign market
for $1,000,000 of manufactured pro
ducts means a domestic market lor
at least $Soo.ooo of labor;
Nor would this be all. The e
timate of trade in these countries
would be followed by American
warehouses, the American branch
offices and the American banks.
The conflicts between the great
powers of the world it no longer
military, but commercial. Europe
is not seeking to' establish naval
stations in the directions I have in
dicated, but she has already estab
lished commercial station there,
and out of these are liable to rise
complications fully as intricate and
vastly more delicate.
I am not contending for ship sub
sidies, if any more feasible course
can be devised. But if ship subsi
dies will insure ut a merchant ma
rine, then I am for ship snbsidies.
If tome other measure will insure a
merchant marine, then I am for
tome other measure. If several
measures combined will insure a
merchant marine, then I am for all
Trusts May Do Good.
Capital is stored labor, the fruit
and result of labor. Its right
must be respected. As private
property it is sacred. It is nec
essary to labor, A country with
out capital U impoverished
Labor should invite it into use.
Never frighten it away by mak
ing it unsafe or depriving it of rea
sonable profits. '
On lit other hand, capital mtt
respect the manhood of tbe wage
earner aad allow Lim, as Uf as it
can without loss ta itself, a fair
wage. Extravagant and neediest
expenditures by capitalists do
harm in initatiog tea poor and
should be avoided. A geneioai
use of the capital for the public
good, whether in purely beneficent
or industrial enterprises, does
much to soften the asperities of
We should not be afraid of cap
ital in whatever form it conies,
whetucr in large personal accum
ulation or in trusts or in syndi
cates. Names are bugaboos that
should not frighten. As a matter
of fact, without large aggregations
of capital great enterprises are not
possible and the country is not de
veloped. It is time enough to
hold the hand against trusts and
syndicates when they do harm. If
they are known to do harm the
country will attend to them. If
they do no harm and, on the con
trary, do good they should be wel
comed. It is wrong io Iator un
iou to limit the output of work on
the members. ; The ruembets
themselves are injured. They are
reduced to a dead level of "inferior
ity ; ttey sie allowed no opportun
ity to a higher or a bttter position.
Society is injured, a it it injur
td by anything that preveuts its
tuemtcis liQM pulling Oat their
talents to best advantage.
The functions of law in regard
to capital and labor are to protect
t!ii natural rights of both capital
ist and wage earner, to care for
the weakling and the unfortunate.
Never should they go so far as
to destroy or limit personal enter
prise or personal liberty.
State socialism, allowable in
things which cannct be done by
individiiMls, is most hutlful when
it goes beyond bounds. The pros
perity of America is due to indi
vidual effort. Archbishop Ireland.
Live Stock Prizes lor Mlaxour Una
The leccnt action of the Missouri
World's Fair Commission in set
ting apart $100,000 for the depart
ment of Live Stock and Poultrv,
under charge of commissioner N. H.
Gentry, insures an interesting and
notably large display. The prizes
will be arranged according to the
official classification of the Exposi
tion company but will be sufficient
in amount and number to attract the
interest of all breeders of live stock.
Missouri's fine record jt other
live stock shows makes certain that
with proper eff ort on the part of
those engaged in this industry the
premiums secured at St. Louis will
exceed those taken by eveiy other
state. It is desired to have animals
from all sections and of 11 breeds.
The Bct. Irl It. llicka 1004 Al
The Rev. It. Hicks Almanac
for 1904 is now ready. It will be
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Organized Labor and Prosperity.
Every inch of progress by labor
in this country has been gained by
organized labor and whatever share
of prosperity the everage man has
to-day is due to the courage and in
dependence of those who believed
in the rights of labor.
If it were not for strikes tne
world would hear but little that is
bad cf organized labor.
Every leader in organized labor
today is opposed to strikes, but, be
lieving that the only solution of a
difficulty lies in a strike, retuctantly
Consents, at a last resort.
National disasters have never
been caused by trade union, but by
financial and political reasons.
Organized labor'a greatest battle
it in it own rank, to repel radical-ism.-Ignatiu
A. Sullivan, mayor
of Hartford, Conn.
, We are having the finest weather
you ever saw. 3 1 tit- Missouri In the
state that ho flue falU and nice
winter a a rule, but the hunt two
years lm ve bivii exception. Hut
I she 1 a fine state, the (inly oik-in
tho I'alwd Ktate that could live
wit hlu lifiin-ii.
We- had a very intcrcstlutf pro
itratii carried out at the ChrUthin
Church lat i.lliU Kveryouo did
their part to iierfi-ctioii, tbe houi
wh filled to overdo win; and we
did enjoy It iniliieiixcly.
Our ihmv MWltch ha uinde good
jirogrvhn the piutt week. If they do
an well the tint week they will hove
the truck to the huft. There nr no
many lueii working out thnt we
coul. 1 not count all of them, Uiaiie
NO t'O'jid Hot keel) truck of them
only at meal time ard then we wcrv
too liuwy to think of counting men.
Our coal uliuft U progreMlug rlne.
We Kcut to lUch Hill for ou truck
ruiW mid kteutu pli'lug and iitnner
otu other tiling that we villluoed
to make a f)rt chtiw coal mine.
Walker Itohliltt and c vend inure
of our friend were lu Ulcli Hill Sat
urday. F. M. Wuevlcr wcut to lU.h llll
'J', tj. Ward and daughter Herein
J;kU II ill Mouduy.
(;u 11)11 to lllch lillj from
(mo to threo I Jute 4 ueck w hik we
huve uch flue nm.-i. W think th)
H oul j li a aju4 time to (Jru the
Read The Tribune.
Tnc St0Y SCCOOL USSON.
l.f wv VI It, Nov. It. '. bit J.
lAVtH'H ("it U,K '1(1 Sol.OM.lN.
I'otl text."-l t'liron. i! 110.
( A met I. nil ftevlwd Vcrdon.)
1 Ami I'iivM ii'uiI1.n1 all fho
prince of Israel, the prim-en of the
trllM'M. and the ciiplnlnn of the mnt-putih-M
thnt Heir veil the klmr iv
i-ourw, ami th captiiln of iIioiim-
m:U nml the ciptalmi of huii'lmlx.
ami the ruler over nil the ttuliHtnuee
ainl ohmchnoiih of the Klntfninl ot
hi non, wttli the ofliccrH, tunl the
inlKhty men, even all the Highly
men of valor, untA JcrtiHiilcni.
it Then liuvid the Klnur. ittooU up
upon hia feet, nml alil. Hear me, 111 v
lirethrcn, and my -ople: 11 for me.
It wn In my heart to tmilil a Iioiimc
of rent for the ark ot the covenant of
Jchovnh, and for the foo?tr.i of
our ol; and I tuive made read? for
the bulldltur. S'liut doit ui:i mito
lite, Thou Hhalt uot build ft houne for
uiy name. liectuiKt; thou art a innn
of war and liant nlioil Mood. 4 How
belt. Jehovah, the Hod of Ixracl.
cluwe me out of nil the liouw tit my
futher to lie Klmr over Israel forever:
for he hath chosen .ludah to 1k
prince; and fn the Iioiihc of Jndah,
the hoiine of my father; and anionic
the aons of my father he took plena
lire in ine to make me Klnjc overall
lurael; ," and f alt my wtaiM itor
Jehovah hatli given me l,i,iny oii8)
he hath chosen tSolomon my" son to
wit upon the throne of the Klnjrduiu
of Jehovah over Inrael. fi AoU, he
l( unto me, tSolomon thy miiI.'Iip
nhall build my bunw and my eourtw;
lor I have chowu I1I111 to lie my non,
and I will l hU father.' 7 And 1
will ctttbllNli hi klii'ilolii forever,
it he tx rotiHtnnt to do toy com
mandment and mine ordinance, an
nt this day. 7. Now then-fore, in the
Hiuht of all Israel, thfl OMMcmbly of
Jehovah, and In the audience of our
God, olwrve and week ut nil the
coniiiinndnientH 1 of Jehovah yotir
HcmI; that ye may pokcm tblKood
land, and leave It for an iiiberitnnee
to your children after you foreveit,
! And thou, JSolonion inv on. know
thou the tioil tt thy father, and'
nerve I1I111 wttt"a "perfiTt lienrt ami
with n willing, niliid; for Jehovah
warcheth all heart, and under
Ktnndeth all the IninKinntiouH of the
thought; if, thou tHM-k him, he will
le found of tmK but If thou f ornate
him, i c. will lanat. thee oft foivver.
10 Take htx-d now; for Jehovah hath
thoHcn the U liulld a house for the
sanctuary: be atxonjj; and do It.
Some Nuggets to be Polished.
Tue KiMi'a FARKWEI.L, What a
gn-at nstjenibly was found gathered
together by the ngv-d ruler. There
were tho priuci-s of the trll", the
cnptahiH of the companies, the cap
tains of thouHund, the ruler over
all the BUliHtaiice mid poclon ot
the king, and the mighty in -n of val
or, vt hat a lirllllHUt onHeiulilnie
thU would be .In thl modern
day when the hih art tailor, hide
a man' dcformitle. Tliere never
wn in pant history a more rewpect
ful gathcriiltr thnn thl one. The
aged king nroe-aud addrexwd the
gathtriug. .TUtrC.afe Uirue.pvlnt lu
tlie adilrew. : .
1. Tlis King' Pout. He hud Uvn
Called to a great poeitiou, from beln
a shepherd boy to Ik a king of a
mighty eoplc. Let u never Iote
sight of thl truth that (jod never
put us In u Mitlou we canuot fill,
put to often we fail to do what we
kuow the Almighty want 11 to do.
So the old king flood la-fore hi
people a theierionlticatlon of what
tiodcuu accomplUiU In a man who
yield hlniKclf to iod. Shall not e
yield ourclvea to the (jreat Father
no a to be exulted by hkn, and then
wo will till the largest place In life.
David t!ll live becauw? he yielded
hlniiH'lf to God,
2. The King' Ideal. A life that
ha Ideal iMum hured (or lime. S
tho blue print of rvnl dealgn coti-
ktatitly before the iirvhltcct. The
completed fabric 1 ot Itinpirnttonnl
wrvlce to meu, hi-nie nucU live live
after their departure. It wa a Miib-
llitie thought conceived only in a
aoul that wa lu touch with iod.
"It wa In luy heart to btilUl a
hoiiw tf rvt tor our God,"
Thl wan dented Itlui teruu he
had becu a inau of war and ot blood
xlieil 1 then? not a note of ptttho
In till Mtatement from the old king.
Whone life hit not Ixvn coloivd
with the rowate hue of ideal ac
couipllHhed? Whow life him not Ikx ii
projected Into certain avenue ot iu--tlvlty
by tiie panorama of the Im
agination, a It delicately paint
vIhIoii almost lien tlrte In Kplemlor.
Kvery true Ideal ha It Influence
on the KTBoiullty of It pocor,
They liiHtlll faith uch a Havld
now aw In the prophetic future, a
tho inngiilMcctlt building flood lu
architectural Iwauty ou ilorlah'
uiniillt. lila mou to build It. True
Idi-nl "Move tho iniij'l of Almighty
liml." Havld at one time wu led to
exclaim: "Are not lay tear written
in thy book." Hid not Chrlnt real!'
thl when he ppoke oftli woman
and the AlaWttcr box ot ointment.
So tiod ald to Havldt "Thou
dlii.t well that it wit lu thine heart."
So let II uevvr 1oom our Ideal for
when we do we low? our power over
the mind of God. Browning lot ho
aptly conceived tht thought In hi
poem oil haul.
"What atop my depa!r?
ThU; 'tl not what man doc
which exalt hlui, but what man
rVniKKiioou i liuKAini ihin
MM. Mill'. - There I lio K renter posi
tion lii lif, that we can 4ciipy ihuu
that of parenthood. It U HUlictlthM
by GmI hell ha fp"ik throiiKh hi
prophet "Have wc not all one father?
bulb not God treated tiT" Again
Lit lit. t fcjw-uk oil that llotit iU
drou luorulng wU'U he ixnt tht
lUf-uan to iU iJI.m Ipjiit, 'luxci lld
unto mv J utte r uiid ;uri uth r;
and to my God mi l your oid '
AkuIii the Alnilu hty xpeak tliroiiuli
laaUU llv j ruj Lvt u Leu In 4"A
tm whom lilmot!icrromforteth, o
ulll I comfort you; and ya halllx
comforted In JeruHiilem," No the
old king with n ripened e x .n l.'iice
et out inn. lntil liuhtd for 111
oit. Ilenald, "Moliinioii my mm,
know thou tho Godottliy l ather,
and nerve htm with a crf-t heart,
mid with a willing mind." What n
privilege Soloinnu had, to receive
stu h nd vice, from one who had more
li(eret In him, than any one- outhK'
of God could have. It I a privilege
til walk In the way of God, to re-memlH-r
In the day of youth the di
vine creator. To have one to whom
we can anchor In any time of mvd,
Hint will alwny l ttafo In time of
trial, when vision may l rlottdcd.
To have n contldant thnt will never
fall. Thonged father knew from n
deep and fiometlnie nad c-xperieucv,
leti(H tlie clarion note of true nduto
nliioii. It i alwny an evidence of
parental love. Again tlie father
continue hi advice, "If thou wen
him, ho will 1h found -of thee." The
Saviours ad ice wo eoimliy a ap
propriate ' when he nald, -Si'i ye
Hrst tho klngdo'ii of God and liin
rlghteotmiiewi and alt thcue thlntr
nhall lie added uuto you." Tne (iict
that God will outer Into felloWKhip
with me, how rich tho thought.
Tliere come with thl thought a
wnrnlag, "If thu ton-fiVe i'"i. l
will cast thee off forever." Tlx; fa
ther ' advice would have lieeu tn
eomplete without this wnnilng. -'h
pan-lit, I exiiort you "to be faithful
with your children. God's proiuLse
Al.l'HA ALI'HAEt .
Thursday' U Thanksgiving Iny.
I-t us all remember our blt-lngs
for the pat year and earneUy re
turn thanks for them.
T. II. Tllaon, nuidp a bunlnewi call
ou I5ob McKown the other day and
found Itob out Ih'IiIu1 the liouxe
with "hi head in a barrel saying
"I'npa" In the swrotest tone lie
could muter up" so T. II. says.
Hob has a daughter and as It I
hi first he S hereby duly congratu
lated. Mr. Noel Belller was abli to drive
In and i-ud one day lust week with
her daughter, Mrs. E. It. Tarver of
Jim amfsplvey Nivil are enjoying
n visit from their mother, whose
hoine.ls In JoIiuhou county.
Walter Wheat ley and wife, ars v ta
iling Mr. Suggs and family, lo Itkh
I J III.
Mr. Hubble Praxce took out a uob
by new heating stove, Friday.
Clyde Wilcox of Itutler, Is upc-udltlg
a few days with hi lter, Mr. Bob,
Mr, Wll. Orris had a new clerk la
the 'store, Friday. To our notion
tlie lnt looking one he but efor had
not exceptlug I'arm-lt.
WA NTEIl A Tltt'HT W OKTH V
gentleman or buly la rach county to
manage nuxim-tts tor an old etat-
llHtied uoiiMp of solid, financial stand
ing. A straight, bona tide weekly
salarr of f is.oO paid by check each
.Hon. lay with all cxim-ohcs direct
from headquarter. Money ndvane-
ei lor expcinte. h.ncioiw addr-Mtl
envelopf. Manager, raw Cnxtou
lililg., Chlcagu. tJJI
Ncouro t Ilomu
IN THR ORKAT SOUTHWKftTI
The rapid lncreaxe In opulntlon
aim tne phenomenal crops J nrv
puHliliig laud prices upward. The
Southweiit wa never as prosperous
as now. and never Iwfore U as there
lieca such a demand lor good farm
land. Throuiru the M. K. & T.
l-and Hurenu thoimand of acres of
rich farm lauds (Improved aud 11 n
I in proved) located along the Iiikj of
i u. rv, c 1. j, an war. are uow
tittered for, sale. TIm land art' e
lt!ally adapted to tins growth tf
corn, wheat, oat, fruits and vein?
table, rice, cotton, stiirar-enne, and
for steak farming. The iuinU am
well located a to market, schooln.
If you are iiit rct-d In this new
and prosperous country, onerlugso
many oppnrt unities, ami rh lilarm
lug land, which rnu m MK'tired at
low prli-ee, we ii) nUlly luruUli
you hilonuatloii about land. bui-
ue chance, etc Advlw? exactly
what you want, what State or Ter
ritory you prefer, aud the amount
Von Intvs lo Invent.
'J'hti Horfieneekers Kxcurloiis oh
thy rirt and third Ttienduys of each
mouth afford nu opportunity to !
It II10 grvul houthwi-Mt at n small
cot. If iroti are lutctiwtcd. writ
tialiiy for full luformiitioii. A!.nji
mm sa. m-c, hi . t , .
Boa tit . Louis, Mo
A Little Cold Snap
Makes you look around for tke comfort of Jour
cuttle, hot;, horm-s, etc. If you wuut to patch up
your old leaky roof, put tew board on the side
oiyoiiriairu or shed,
iiimmi. n e can ri-V you
tv IZ 1 Kit. t uuie see us Uforv you buy,
(Mplefc!, Ut. 6th 4 7tU.)
Williamson fi Montgomery.
Why remain in t! North
ami stay Indoors six months
in the year rotiMtimlng what
you ralmi. during tbe other
six month? .
Go South' W here you can
work out door every mouth
In the year, and where you
are producing something the
year round. If you art a
stock raiser you know your
stock are now "eating their
heads off" and, IwHtldi's, have
to be proUrrcd from tho rig.
or of winter by exjciilve
IVonomical stock feeding
reoulrv the combination of
both flesh-forming and f;il
forming foods lu certain pro
portions. Alabama and
Florida produce In abtiud
ance tlie velvet tM-an aii(!ca
snva, the first a flesh pro
ducer, and the latter tat
produ-or, aud they are the
cheapest and best fattening
materials known to the world
More money tian lie made
and with ks laNr, fa gen
eral farming, fruit aud Iwrry
growing aud truck garden
ing along onr road In the
South than In any other seo
tlon of the Union. '
If you are Intercut! and
desire further information oa
( the ol..i:t, J,lr-M
" Q. A. PARK.
C.rm' lMlentliik ft larinul Afrnt.
Lsmuvllts XaahfUl at. IS. V
LOUIS VILA. tt. KT.
St Louis a Horth
IViuneet at tssllftusa' with th Hi
Lou I and Sao Francleo. Nsw tlm
card In street Suodsy.June. TJ, V.njl
No, 1 Lv. Kursk Spit. 6:firs. m.
ar, nsiia-maa n:u a. n,
No. 2 Lv.Sslifman 7:10 a. m
At, tureks SplDf 6.07 a. m
Ko. S Lv. Eureka Sploca 5:M p. ra
Ar. Hellf djsu. 6:4) p. to
Ko. 6 Lv. S!iEusn 7:15 p. tu
Ar. Kareka Hprins S:02 p. ai
No. 7 Lv. Eureks SprlDjs 8:S0 p. m.
Ar. teii(tnin v:i p. ni.
No. 8 Lv. Hsthrmsn 8:50 p. m.
Ar. i.urska sonnet i:47 p. ni
Couoectlou moot fvtch Hill. Mo.
oiad with th Frisco via tb Pacific
at Cartbsirs, or via lbs Memphis si
A bsndsocus nsw Psmphlst Uuids
to Kareka Srrtnf t at a Hsaltb ttssori
bss bssn Issusd, with Dw bssuUful
llluttrailons. A copy ssut frs to any
addrsss. Address all luQUirlss aud
orttsra to Uso. West, Maoaaer Kareks
SpriDf t, Ark.
We desire- to emtdor a trust worthy
lady S'gestktwik--lo utanago our
uuslneas lu this County and adjoin
ing territory, tlur house is well and
ftfcOO htralght Cash Halary
and all Kxpeuses paid lcli
Week by clHik direct frtun head
quarter. Kx pease inouey auvancti
previous experience unneevwary
ponltiou periuuoent. Address
Thomas J. Uooi-kr, Manager,
1040 Caxton ltulldlng, Chh auo, It.U
Special Land Uuyera' Excursions
Will run to tho uew lands of Greer
County, (iklahoma, and other sec
tions of the great South went In No
vember and Dcewubvf, rta th Fris
Are you looking for rich ad ft r-
ttiu farming lands in the rtfuthwest
whk h' you enn buy for from on
fourth to one-teuih theeost of lands
of the Knat tnl Nortli? 1'liev ir
ducn a iiiik'Ii acre for lu re, liere Is
a chanea to better your eondltion
and add a liberal amount to your
For full particulars and special
railroad rau-s apply at once to It. H
l'inon. tivvtviMf Fr1-ti hystem Im
migration Iturrnu, HI. Lout, Mo.
C. F, BEARD,
It now ready to mk
datet (or your puLUc tdra,
and is b;ttcr prepared
than ever be for to r;e
you complete aatiafaction.
. lio is i!MOf;h!y- familiar
with th paces of all
kinds of stock and imple- .
tnentt, and wilt b able to
secure for you the highest
possible price. Terms
reatonable. See bim bs
for claiming datet. lie
is Licensed Auctioneer
and ran give you any ref
erences you desire. Ad
dress, C. F. BEARD,
TolepU im 11,1 Hitler & fcpruee I.ln
we've got Ju.t what you
up HEAL BNLU for
Banner Riding Alfefed
r Tott vant to flow bard preoni.
Tea want to tavt yonr nsrws.
You want a boy to do t mta'i work
Yo want to rid your vtlktsg
tlov, Usttr or harrow.
Tile ik af AtTarfcrsh Esse t!1 !.
II I (rnrlll I" i" !! w "t
vtkf vi,m am h. ikl. mk ;i.In
ing .i,,w 1 mm i.c1.. r, 4 cukik 1M lka
Tfca CoffsirvIHa Irnp-firKre-Ca
Gcnch Bros.. Rich Hill.
I 1 3
1 )!!' -
.seated si Sttk ssd Wrasdstts Sis.
CVrn!,- 1ik fun m9 f fcrkss ss
MrcoHit for lrvtatl( mtbitw 1" ',
In, i 1 1 touml tut MaaaKMlua Ukis.
fa Cfmtt f4 jb
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
Wll )itr4 V m llimn Swa
Mr tek v(tr4 r . t
konu SpMukl book (o(oS lias.
TnUk.a tiKilits, tsraiiS't SM
Is ia M . X-a&s 11m4 Is SaoaslMtlM.
A sl- homm tr Bta darlkf snssV
CAXCiaS. TtHOtf-Ns Mcssff Cstl Csssds
wsits poa rasa took
O Carrktatssri ! . tr. tuts.
SnIM, Hkrt Ll. I ki41T. b,MHI,
EptlKV, t'lrrk, I !'iokQ
tibkkTroubis, Kxttu LiSMSeS.
riLIS. rtttsls-Csrs fssttirsty Qssrasa
rM ttftwrt !. tt 1
nrrJ wlnlOiill, -Scr
Kt.d'.oal-.T t'4 la T fssftrid
OuiuM bu4 tat t-(MK.i Jras-K BoM.
ttw rnMraUvs rataMl fns s f Tltsl
Towt, iijOtoojk, Btayiata, EuLrtuia. aut,
An paranas rrpal4. cror4 Um mt Sra
tm bail kaa klras It anaa fef
tr.atm.at lor tSMK cu Spc.al attaawaS
ai la ttifftl cfcildrta si tka basitwisas,
PaUrnts SBtkfa'ly tTMtaS s SmS f
iL Caamibailaa fraa aa aosatMiial at
oVoaot kj iaikar. tklrts rasra ap"aa
Illaalrat Bneh Traa. f1ia sst VSlssM
taltMiaaUaa. CaU at otto s rlis as
DR. C M. C0E,
atM,tu aTsJsaiSt aUXUSClTT.KIi
tVunmenciiiff N'oremUr 1st, thro -dally
slc;ittia;-car srrttifj, Kansas
nty to JicksoiivUU, Klorlda. vt
Memphtn. UlrmttiKliain and Atlanta,
wll! t lunumtran! by- Un Frisco
Hjatcoi and will lw eontlnunt
throiiirhont the winter month.
TtieHoutheastera Limited train
leaves Kausna lily at M p. lo.
dully, makluif the run to Jackson
ville In '.it hour.
In addition to through sleeprr to
Jm Waoiiviile this tralu rarrfas rWv
gant chair cars and ' )'rratlou
t'afe car, operated by Fml Harvey.
No other line offer such superb
For further Information write or
address J. f. 1-ivkirw
Ass't lien'l I'a-s'r.ABistt,
tjl Kum CUy, Xlo.
aa4aU Utaatkaa. aaVxU a caff Si I aV.i S 1 isaaanhd aV ST
r rrtsv jr ofl ns.'ii4-! !ty r f
PPotit U. ii. Hutent Ctu6
WASHINGTON O. O.
A tfmWn Hull.., Una. TvaaMl..
ftta4M a4 l ivtiuMiaa St
It MAS AUO tfttt
lleiuon rati la aHoct all lh yiw M
Tfca friK-o Ktwb 01 rat- atda.MilbuUS
Jl--u It liy ui -4 l: AlU-al r .la an4 dibi
kail. ajdrr it. a..i,au,aat uj a 11 uu,u.
1 ia.. u uaina at
aitu uiii, xtaaoiKi,
Knnitas City Mull tunl I'x
..:t. a. ta.
Texan, Olvl11ln.il, a A Mem
phis, Mall aud Klpreas 6-tKI p
Carbou tenter 4 43 ,
Kuiitinsnty Mall uud I'.t-
P'vas , p,
Tea as, Oklahoma ami Mem
phis, Mull sad Lxpiv P,."i0a,
Carioti Crmer ...ft 10 p.
For d tailed Information In n l'
to train wntce, ittt.s. etc.. apply J,,
K. T. Laliartieiv. J.huI ,.,! t" ,r
J. Moiiohue, .v. o. V. A,, ).ullc,.i