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KICK KILL, fWaOUXtJ, THURSDAY, onCKMUnn 3, l03.
Why remain In tlm North
nml ntny Indoor hIx iiiorillia
ia tb year coiinudiIiik whit
you ml'!' during the iiiln-r
io Sou ;li where yon enn
work out (loom ffpry month
In tlw? year, nml whore you
nre producing soiih-UiIiik the
y-nr round. It you nre a
titork ri'r you know your
atock Hf iww "eatinjr thvlr
head off' and. Iwxltii-. have
to lie proti-ctcd from the rljr
or of whiter liy expensive
Kconomlcnl itnok fi"Htuj
rvinlrfn t!i combination tf
Itoih nVh-fomiltifr n:ul fat- .
forming food in rertnln pro
portion. Alalia in a u n 1
"Florida prodiuv in iilinn.l-
ntlCV tllC velvet K'lVIl aml'cH-
mtva, tlm flrwt a hVkIi pro
ducer, nml the lutti-r a tut
producer, and they arc the
chenint mill Ut fattening
nmU-rlnU kuowu to the world
More money rail lie in tide
and Itii htw hilKir, la sren
ernl fnrinliijr. fruit md lerry
jrrowlnjr ntul truck RArden-
ina; alonsj our road In the
South than In any oilier avc
tlon it the I'nloii.
If you nne Interwded and
dtwirv ftirtlier Information oil
the aubject, uddrvsm
G. A. PARK.
Grwl ! miuh at Jk t4urlI Aftm.
LalTlll Kaatulll K. K. C'.,
Imu4 at a Vraaaatia (to
Orr(n4 with ft full aia of TtHai aA
r:?mf, frt-.tiMalot all Chroma Dwml,
In. J r aooml tut mmumuuio auata
STW rpx rfmi4
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
trl Dlrf4 lo lir.1 d I ot et.
Mlif t n ffrr4 It-r rur4 M
kuM tc.U btwk lot ( KS&
Tnlirl IttttluM. l!U( Imm
hlkMI. Laxt la uolullw.
A iit boms for tBM4urtcf caaSiMB!,
CUCttl. TTHOKI-R HtMf CaiU Car4.
WttlTI rON COOK o
deb TU Crlwroet1 tf. Et. St,
Fptn. Hfa l.lr. I h .i f . Il
rtUI. lUtlt-Ctr TMlUraly (ttntlHi
R&4lMllr tn ! T M. B1 1 roattlTt
Cuiulm tut fc..l kK book.
Alt fntmt rri pv . rl i iwl ! f Br
trft4 .noutil ft arm 14 ao.ft tof rot
ralakt t tun otkl UtlM4
14 (ulpvad ckiMl(a ftl U. llatluk
iit (nKlitiiw.lm msit'iul, M
s' r y Mtw. Ifcirur rW 4wiiiM4
tllMintUl prk Ftm. ftTltif T1J
DR. C M. COE.
9m f, lit vtimlu HA JAJ C1TT, KO.
V I IK
C V b I
PfilNCIPAL CITIE3 OF
uuNjnLi oimi iui
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.
fTir-r r t"i
ATY CIIAIC CARS
W'3uut Street M. f:. Ctiurctt,
There will bo preaching at the
W!nut Street M. E- Church next
Sunday t ii . m.nj J:yp.m. by
Sunday School at 9:45 ni.
Junior Leagues at a: 30 p. m.
Epworth Leslie at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting ThutJy 7830.
Chas. C. James, Pastor.
Flrat I'reabyteriaa Clmrctt.
There will be preaching iervice
next Sunday at II a. m. and 7:3c
Piayer meeting Thursday 7:30.
Sunday School at 9:4 a. m.
Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m.
Senior Endeayor at 6:30 p. m.
W.- B. Chancellor,
tininn-nclns Novrntpr 1st. thro'
VHy 8lN'pliiK-CAr 'rvl Kanxna
flty to J.'U'kiiviik. Florhl. 1
Mcmplilit, HinuliiKlinin and Atlanta,
will lo Umitnrail by the Friaco
Hyateni nul will lw contltuu-d
throuirhout tle winter month.
TueSontheaMern LlBittd train
li-nvin Khiikah tity nt 6;.'!0 p. in.
dally, making the run to Jackaon
rllU In :ix hour.
In addition to through eh"'('r to
JarkHouvliSe thla traiu rorrif vkv
tTf.nt chair rhni and Olwrvntrou
Cut' car. operated ly Fml Harrey.
.No otlMT lln oReni auch euperb
For further information wrlu; or
Afi't tJt-ni I'ajw'r.Afn'nt,
tjl Kannaa City, Mo.
IS THE BEST
Mlasourl Pclfl Ttnte Curd.
MOUTH BOCND. KT. Xi l ASH K. C,
No. -M Iravn 5:25 a in.
No. 2 12:30 p. m.
No. 30 IxnTt 10:10 p. m.
NO. U4 (Uctiil 10.15 a. iu.
WrT HOI ND, IT. Wt)TT C'ETHAL.
No. 37 IiitiTe 1KXI p. m.
No. 3"i Iuvi-rt ,5.45 a. in.
No. 2J Arrive 5:.V. a. m.
No. 27 Arriwn 12:55 p. m.
No. 25 Arrive 10:10 p. in.
No, 101 (Loral) p. in.
KAMT IHM'KU ,rT. MlXtTT fKNTKAU
No. 34 Arrlta 12:20 p. m
No. 40 Arrive 0:55 p. to
IU A. lUn.KT, Ast.
A Mortem fun war
gUkW ana TTnUMtaa tt
Haifemi rata la asl tb rw S9
Taa Srira Krtr wioraw tl-mki!hcVS.
Vl li-ftlM Ail Okf, kTMl iuonf
Vaa u4 traiaa aa
kich alio., ssaaaorai,
KAiiwtaCity MnU and Fx-
pn-an 6:45 a. tu
TexR. tkklahoiuii & Sicin-
plil. Mikil and l.xprxita eik) p. in
Carbiia LVntvr 4 45 p. in
KanmiaClty Mall nud Kx-
prt'Mt ! .25 p. iu
Tcxii. tlklahoiuanud M0111-
phU, Mnil nud hxpn-aa 0:5(1 a. 111
Curls. 111 tVmcr 5:40 p. Ill
I- or (let iiidiriiiatlou in rvunrj
to trtiln . rk-', riit. H. rti-., apply to
K. T. 1 J Harrier', lo-ni ujiriit, or
Jit. liuuwliUf, A. J. J', A., Kaiuiua
Mextrau VarKoMltifatoKw Stfe
Soma ol our Mexican War !
diera have wo.nhned why their
name have not bttn iied to $ii
per, month in compliance with a
liw pasted by the latt aeuion of
Congrew. The following item will
pois'.Wy explain the caue ol the de
Cotnmiiiioner ol Peniona Ware,
h decided that the Mexican War
veterans on the roll at $S a month
are entitled to an increase to $12 a
month, despite a conflict of declara
tions of what constitutes the sixty
dsys service required of thete veter
ans. The penion bureau during the
'Sot issued pensions at $S eacn a
month on the construction that the
time of the homeward travel after
discharge was to be included in the
sixty days requirement.
A former secretary of the Interior
subsequently held that the travel
time is not part of the service, but
congress at the session pensioned at
$u those then "on the rolls at $i"
on account of the Mexican war.
Commissioner Ware has novt de
cided that despite the departmental
construction the act of ccngresa
makes it obligatory to increase th
pensions ef tboia already oa the
rolls irrespective of any fauliines in
the original action of bit bureau in
VLEAU KHTATE TRANSFERS.
R E Johnson to G W Fail 1S0 a
sec I Wa'nut S4000.
Thos Hart to Thos Scott 5 and 6
blk 214 Foster $20.
II II McCullock to Thomas
Scott lots 1 a 3 & 4 blk 223 Foster
S U Saddler ct al to R G Shouth
40 acres section 22 Rockville
Louisa Pitts to W J JacLton
lots 41 and 42 block 9 Johnstown
K M CUtk to II J Clark )i in
terest !7i a section 6 and 7 Homer
II J Clark to K M Clark j in
terest tract section 29 & 30 iiomcr
Martha L Smith to II S Wal
ter too acres section 10 Mound
A H Faircbild to W M Hardin-
ger 40 acres section 35 Charlotte
Henry Meyer to A N Lep.en-
beatai acres section 32 Rockville
J A Brown to A W Chamberlain
lots 7 and 8 block 37 Rich Hill
II G Cook to G S Hammock lot 1
blk 79 Rich Hill $500.
C T Kisner to A L Fox pi lot 1
blk 4S Duller $400.
N U McFarland et al to Frank
1 1st court lot t blk 5 Wins ad add
Butler $ 500.
W U T Uchrll ct al to B A Mc
Roberts So actessec 3$ Deer Creek
E A Snyder to N H MtFailand
ct al blk 30 Butler $ 1000.
J T Enrts to L S Hickman lots
S 9 .t 10 block 14 1st add Rich Hill
L J Swarcni to A B 1. Jung tun
let a blk is West SuU add Butlet
Walnut Land Company to A
Webb lot 7 block 8 Foster io.
Alice Etsiii to I E Moier So
sec 3 I)eep-valer IjSoo.
L E Kcdford to W E Talbot lots
19 150 Adiian J.550.
A H Wooiliin to M J Smi.h tract
sec 4 Pleisant Gap $Soo.
C L Baker to C I) B'ily So a sec
29 Stimmiit $Soo.
T S Brant to W C Dunwcll
13 c acres section t Ml Pleasant
D L Sci. liner to G U HicLmau
a ice 36 Horotr $6000.
Mr. A. Setl'infer was iu the city
last Saturday trading with our mer
chants. Httman Johannes and wife ate
Tlinkgiving turkey with Rich Hill
Rev. Sapp preached two excellent
sermons at the Walnut St. M. E.
Mrs. Daisy Smal'ey. of Hume,
was in the city, csdling on friends.
Miss Minnie Arrasmith, of ButJer
visited her Grandpa ArTasmith's
family over Sunday.
Editor Wayland, of the Appeal
to Reason, was in the city Monday,
visiting the Coming Nation.
Uncle Tom's Cabin drew a crowd
ed bouse last Friday night. W e
have often wondered why.
Rev. W. B. Chancellor, of the
Presbyterian church preached with
titw inspiration last Sunday.
Mr. Lee Matthews, of Tabervillei
was in the citv last Friday making a
trade with Mr. X. T. Phillips.
Ray Thompson came tip from
Carthage, last Thursday, and ate
Tbankegivicg turkey with mother
Prof. E. M. Chamberlain spent
Sunday in Kansas City and wor
shiped with the church of Christian
Mr. Geo. A. Rhosdes spent
Thanksgiving with his daughter and
son in law, Rev. and Mrs. Guy Z.
Moore, at Nsshville, Mo.
Mail clerk J. L. Porter came over
from Fort Scott tor Abort time
during bis la-oS and ate thanks
giving turkey with bomefolks.
A young' man, from near Mete.
enriched our city court to the extent
of tsn dollars and f.ht cents for fast
driving thanksgiving day. He was
thankful to get out of the clutches of
Henry LanJon, aged 71 . years
died at his home in Walnut town
ship, Xov, 23, He was an old set
tler, and highly respected by thove
who knew him as a good neighbor
and citizen. He was buried at In
Jim Xafus, the park corner mer
chant had a biithday surprise party
Thanksgiving day. Hi? city rela
tives and country cousins came in on
time to help give thanks and eat
turkey. All were duly thankful and
did aiiple justice to the turkey.
The univeisal opinion of our
theatre goers seems to be that the
perfoimance given !at Thursda) by
the' Was She to Biauie" company
was the best exhiln ioo of dra
matic art witnessed in this city in
a long number of years. Every
body was pleased,
A Tort rait wills a Moral.
In the December McClure's
Magazine there is a urtv.g, poign
ant dialing of John Kocketcller,
the Standard Oil Magnate whoe
methods are being so merci'.esaly
revealed it; the ta.r.e publication.
The pictuie is full of human inter
est. It is a proliie, the prof.le of a
hard old man, with a cunning,
poiutcd shin, and a mouth clovrd
light like a leather pouch-purse. A
skull-cap covers the baclu'.ely
bald head, the checks are hard as
parchment, the e)8 set deep. Tbe
ensemble is one almoat incredibly
hard and cunning; and yet from
its contemplation it is not fesr, 01
dislike that e feel as nuchas pity,
In that vUage there is no Me, no
blood" no merriment. It is a dta:f
nik, a drath-niisV in sshoe tiuid
lines are coi.gea!ei Cold, calculat
ing gteed nd diead, dtead almost
pitiful. There's a whole witnon
in that one-page picture s Geoie
The lew l)rnu frta the Ufe
f liama Iloot&Tecker.
The trzc dea'b of ti.it IcaJer in
one oi the grfat rei.jj'ioiis move
ments of" t1;e time, recalls clrcun
visncfs in l.er life from r.rch
profound cisic lesson may t-e
ller charms of wifehood asd
mo;berhood are the chr:i.ed re
membrance of krr inmediite
friends. Her devotion to te Sal
vation Army is the pardonaLte pride
of her associates 13 that orgara
Everyone sboolJ have a direct
and detp personal interest in tin
fact that Mrs. Iot!-Tockrs ce-j
votion to an exacting puLHc service
did not interfere with the f j':";!men(
of her duties 1 a wife ccr the per
formance of her crt'Lgatjncs as a
mother. Oa the contrary, she was
doubtless all tie better aad ttrcrjrr j
as wife and mother for Wing a!o a
tireless leader among right-eoiaded
men and wowen. ,
There is a superstition that tbe
good wife will have no indication
to participate in public affairs, and
that tbe good mother will have bo
time for it. So wives and mothers
among the poor let their brains run
fallow while they bend over wash
tubs, and wives and mothers among
the rich allow theirs to run fallow
while they minister to family pride
at social functions. With uncon
scious irony all this is called "mak
ing the home."
Women must not Tote. That on
erous burden wouU break in opoa
the marital and maternal duties of
tbe wasiitub and the afternoon tea
and so destroy the Lome!. They
most not hold public oice, no mat
ter how crying the rseed in our pub-
lie service for feminine thought and 1
feminine action. For with women
in. politics, our children woe Id be
neglected, and our butbanils would
go tihkept and unloved, while tbe !
home would disappear from our
Against this baibaric superstition
Mrs. Booth-Tucker's busy an J use
ful Lie was a daily protest.
True, she took no part ia civic
affairs. Her case cannot bae cited,
therefore. a precedent lot- woman
in politics, identical H every angle.
But no possible p!ic m rvice in
civic aitairs would be more exact
ing in its demands upon a woman's
time and energy, or mote d isturbirg
to wifely and motherly dot ies, than
the public religious worl: which
Mrs. Booth Tucker slid pel form so
long and successsully. Yet she
leaves seven children, sv bo have
never lacked their mother'a tore and
Without detracting in C l lea at
from the particular public st-rvict to
which Mr. Booth-Tvckt r life
was devoted, may not that lite be
fairly cited as a shining "uittt nee cf
tbe pet feet conpatibil.tr, w-.lh wo
men no less than men, of private
and public service. May ve nt
point to her career as another nota
ble detnonatration of the tutioiaie
ie'ationhip of wifely and moa'ierlj
functions cf citifenship, ff he rxfr
fett compatibility of fKune-oiakitig
with co:inuiuty-bcildi jj Chica
go 1VI lie.
Rev. Geo. E. Bates, Cor.gnrg
tioua'iat, ot St. Louiv, iccecily
(HeachtJ a seiraoa fiota t isti
seiae of the 1st chaptrr of Geuesia,
ia ihe coure cf wh'ch besai.i:
"t'ruf. W. G. EW,e ta ,id
jthai -The suVjctof the first chep-
ter cf (jci.ev'iS 1 v.ct ib.t crratiou
but tbe Creator what it gites us is
not a woilJ but a tiod.' Tfc's
thought sti kt the keynote ef tie
new thought ia t; attitude toiaard
tie fill. VtuJi:t o lie B.tle
no loi ter loi k for accui ate scieiue
fcrksicry ia a lo,k wtittea whea
i "1 ! M : j , 1
Irrrrrts Ct f.iizr i-.i tilt U
lia UJ-znt if lis
tietr ii'uc. L-tt
search the Scr'jrfare inr
jtbry shed a pt c-cej t
saeect ami srpou toe
kirtoey ct a
anvq-erace cj tie a.tm: k,1
world. Let t!;eca iiy t!,t:r l.irr-
ary ceTeioprr.est a-sdl see lias a
keener appreosiica cf tie tr.ea :,
wrote tbesi. TLey cmzeA. fi'I to
be tra'i2'eo4td and !ctere?e.4. E.rt
tLe sincere Ouri.iiri approicitt
ibe StijjJturts witii a Ji "treat ia: cr
est and p-arpove. lie p ever
tbe historical, literary a nJ the scSeo.
tif.c ftaliirt cf lli L.-!s ilj tsi'I
attention in b'rs pas:oes'.e se??ch for
that which the Scripture are de
signed to reveal, narnclr, t:e per
son, will and work of God, asd tre
oature and telst-onsb'ps of tnaa.
From Geaesi u ReelAtioos, 1a
myth, ia legend, ia traJ.tija anl ia
I history, ia ha, pfslzi as.J probiiey
p'b, epistle aaJ apocilypse.
on every page, God spsais to tbe
i fce li.e tleai wita regio.i.
not science, iLeo'cgy, not tteory j
life, not history. G ni Jo not in
spire men in scieatlEc data arid his
torical fact, but w-.th the eieiDi!
truth which relates htm to God in
terprets bis nature in the V-zht ot
the purpose and w;aijm cf '-he Cre
Amid tie ilji.r.e4 of giocci
aad dcteat, when the wtetla cf pro
gress move slowly, when the work
ers of iusquity Sourish aaJ the
righteous are put to confusion, then
the fact of God cpho'.Js and strcrg-
thens, for the God that was ia tbe
beginning, is cow, and ever shall
be, world without end."
Lei Cr.8-W!f Ssttlsrs" Bates ti
.til Kzrtufist i3 Csii4.mil.
From SoptomU'r IjubiU NoTx'ts)r
!, Vyt, the Bartirrjl fk very
low oue-wajr cvloeUt rAtis ts Cnli
fortila, OrrsTOtu WasUtsytoa. I iaho,
Moataaa. TU rv!..i U frvui 25
to ) per o at. frvta tt rs-jnlar ratfw.
Ul VSTaj tj Gj.
Thy liurlintoe, with Ita strins
tuata l:o aad frtv ch.it r tAr.ltft
ribfa the Wrt Sit I N'ortttwv-iit vis
Ivnw, IHUitis t Jif. V'1.
-TU- rBrt!ci:to-Xrt!K-ri IMvfV
r.xpnra" U the givat l.t!ly through
trata aith !:.iir rar oc-l t"tiftt
!- pr-ra vLi W.ntaas. t.
Ftvt Ko-ia4 a :;1 tatrt:icdl e
'The FutiUitou'a v-kly pirvi
ally roudin'tid I jl.torai.s rvi utKitu
iu thriCU t.iur,t a't j-t arv j-t
tha th'.w tcr cvat tou:-'i
tkra. the route U lusr fc-.a-.iK
l V4oraJ o nud Silt l-:,ke.
Tta-sA- ars- ruu ti.v :t atsd tfclrl
T Wi- Of CAl U iK-ili)! t . J l T K
tna lr! bwU ruU lor the Iiu.aJ tt is
It w Ul le a U .w.mj tr t
ju an aivwrati itf.rtu&ti rv
ply to act UtviViiU.
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