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M-'it fr. n'flwi irfnry fcM Mwmrirj ptnt.
ttieM. lAkt'tt ihrtHich Mann A Co. rclrt
pf-ru n'TK, without chv-r, tutti
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n.'.Hlt nf .."WHine t.mal. "IrT-K,., S3
fr. 1..tir nir.ntiM.Sl. tkiid by ail nMilr.
BraucS Utc. F St- WaaSuialun. I). C.
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The Valley Wee
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. ftn tr, l"tr. FjH ofbMerr wra lort. The ebamp:on of WAfftcrv thanjrM.
( hrtnn.r rl rclr lrti mioKt h ITke IB rrnM, pr plmto n4 all thai'
toiec e i t id l-' 'Wow, prvfuaelT lUwtratl. Kautirul coloml Co Tan, ail 4if
''"TIM M!u7h"ri"!l prW ofth V!l Wlrtly l . pr T''. !
mHe il rrmn-oiai with (! p-jt.H!.nad am il tof auon Um to oSw Im
Vai'.fT anrt our w.r for TWO 1(1 l.aRS
t iU out belo" as KD4 u wltli Two lAiUara.
A New School
Of St Louis, Mo.
is now open in this city. All Ladies interested in
High Art Dressmaking should not fail to
avail themselves of this opportunity.
This School is under the personal management of J. L. RICH
ARDSON, who has been celling and teaching this and other systems
lor fitteen years.
Yoa Will Learn the Diagram Method
tin J--ame as the tailors use. We are the only concern in this country
, publishing the latest imported fashions with complete diagram for
drafting each fashion. No lady's education is complete without the
act vl dressmaking, no trade or urt is so great'y needed. The art oi
dressmaking will be no burden to anyone, no matter what her position
may be, she can never lose it ; no one can deprive her of it. She is an
independent woman. The only way to learn garment cutting is to go
to a school where every branch ol the trade is taught, where you cut
each entire garment under the supervision of an instructor paid to
Fashions are continuously changing, new lasdiions will bis in
vogue three months from now new skirts, jackets, waists, sleeves
and collate,. New, books for Work's .Garment Cutter are published
ivt-rysix months, giving diagrams , taken from imported patterns,
bhowing bow lo cut. (it and make up cch fashion. Your lessons are
unlimited to any certain nuruber.
We ars organizing new classes and Making SI'lXTAL IN
IH'CEMENTS. We hive all the imported' fashions. They are as
chic and l'tcnchy as France itself. The completeness of this valuable
trade as we teach it is well known. We are here now. will not Le
litre again. You cso learn this trade right at your own home, almost
free ot charge, in a school that is as good, if nut better, than any
ether in the United States.
Don't fail to call at the School at once. You are welcome
whether you become a pupil or not.
TO PERSONS OUT OF EMPLOYMENT.
THinTY'FIVKTHOUSANDOP THK tkVSTEMS
SOLO IN THE PAST THRKC YBARSi.
We wish to employ teachers for our schools elsewhere. Ladies
cannot lind anywhere a more satisfactory or better payine position
than as instructor in ork'a Garment Cutting School. We aro also
in need of a few gentlemen as managers and general agents for our
schools. We guarantee you a position where iou can make more
money than in any other business
formation call on, or address,
MISS IDA M. FARRAN.
Fortdttily uid hr
I'roiu H.'.iO to ll:IO u. 111. nnd Iruiu I :.'U) to 0 p. 111. Also
from 7 to U . iu.
School ltooinit oj'poMto I'ostofllee, user City Hakery.
RICH HILL. MISSOURI.
At Oil ,St:ud, 1UC1I HILL,
Momhty noon to Saturday noon'
lALMVGC ISOlSt DRtQ STORE.
l'.UY Ol It .l'F.HFL'MKS nr.iu:
Wk Caukv l'ALMKirs CKl.tnUATKIi
rKIUTMEK, Tl!K VKIIY liKST MAIiK
DR. G-. N. SHARP,
And Manufacturer of
Family ISemedlea. i i
Have yon n cough or are puttering
from a cold? If so try lr. Sharps
Ct)UlUI AMU LUNG REMEDY.
If you are troubled with indigestion
or stomach trouble iiw
For nfl pains and aches apply
Those tested remedies have cured
others they will cureyou. Try thciu.
If you have a mare to breed, see
Spencer's (our standard and regis
tered stallions, from 15-a to 17
hands, at the Spencer PJace.north-
east corner of Rich Hill; or send
for a bill. tjm
(or Rich Hill
you can engage in. For iurtnet in
Geiierut Mausger of rtchuoU.
AYIu roii!", M'nUer I lemlrlt ltoitand
Mnttle lli nilrlrkHoll.hl wife.by their
certain divd of tnist, dated March
i:Uh, liWt. and nt orded oatlieldih
day of March, l:M, in book ITS, t
pnire 34", In the otllee- of the Iteeorder
of IXvdH within and for Bate coun
ty, MIxNouii, at Butler, conveyed to
the midernljraed trnote tho follow
Injr dewrllied, real estate, ultimtn,
lylnjr and lHtii In the county of
ItateH, Mtate of MImhouH, and de
Hcrilied an follow, to-wlt: AH of
LotnOae ll) and Two (2) In block
One llumlrcil nnd Fifty lx (150) tu
the Blch Hill Town Coiupany'H sec
ond ndditlon to the towu (now
city) ofJUch Hill, nnd
Whereas, said deed of trust, among
other thinpr, provides that tu de
fault of payment of any part of said
debt secured by said deed of trust,
then the whole of said debt shall be
come due and puyable. And
Whereas, default has been made
In the payment of one of the said
notes la said deed of trust described,
nnd also the Interest on the other
notes In the said deed of trust de
scrllied: , -
Mow, therefore, I, the undersigned
trustee, by virtue of the power In
me vested In and by said deed of
trust, and nt the request of the
legal holder nnd owner of said notes,
hereby give notlc that I w 111, on
MATFKDAY, AI'UILSOku, l',K4,
Is'twcvu the hours of 0 o'clock ft. in.
and 5 o'clock p. m., of that day, nt
the front door of the postoflice In
the city of Klch Hill, Bates county,
Mo., expose said real estate for sale,
at public vendue, to the highest bid
der. for cash, to par off said notes
nnd the iu tereet thereon, und the ex-
IK-nse of executing this trust.
Order of Publication.
Statu ok Missorm, )
Co i nty ok Bates, j
In the Circuit
Court of Bates County, Missouri, 4u
Vacation March Strd, l',K4. .
Jkn.mk Lkkth, Plaintiff,
F. l. Li.ETH, Defendant.
Mow nt this day
come the plaintiff herein by her at
torneys, Templetou & Hales, and
files lior 1M1 It inn nn,l nft'.;tikv It . lilli'tr-
lng, Hiuoug other things that de-'
feudant, F. 1. Ixi'th, Is a uon-rel-deut
of the State ot Mlxsourl:
Whereupon It Is ordered ty the
clerk In vacation that said defendant
be notified by publication that
plaintiff has commenced a suit
against hiiu in this court, the oli
ject and general nut tire of which Is
to obtain a decree of divorce by
having the Iannis of matrimony
heretofore entered luto between the
plaintiff and defendant dUvuilved, on
the grounds ot habitual druuken
ness ami abuse, such as to render
plaintiff's condition intolerable, und
that unless the said F. 1. Lectb be
and appear at this court, at the
next term thereof, to tie begun nnd
holilen at the court houe, In the
city of Butler, In said county, ou the
.'nil day of May, l!4, and answer or
plead to the petition In said cause,
the same will lie taken as confessed,
und judgment will be rendered ac
nd4wi It further ordered, that a
copy hereof be publUhed, turordlng
to law, in Tub ltmi II 11.1. TitruoK,
11 week l.v newspaiM-r printed and
publiiihed In Bates county, Mo., for
four wtvks successively, the lust In
mrtlou to Ik" nt leant fifteen days
In-fore the flritt day of the next term
tit the Circuit Court.
J. A. I'ATTKKKOX.
A true copy of the record.
Wit Hess my hand and tlie
wnl of the Circuit Court of
Bub's county, this trd day
J. A. I'ATTKUSO.N,
M. Baikley, 1. C.
Coiulug Under Cauvusa
In the productian of "Ten Nights
in a Barroom" by "Beecher and
Stiinley'" Superb Co., our citi.en
will be privileged to witnes the
gruiidest production of this great
moral play that i now traveling.
The sob and tear ot sympathy
from auditors ot all sexes, are
evidence of it great dramatic pow
er. The lite tike delineator of fol
ly, misery, madness and crime,
caused by the brutal and disgusting
vice ol druukenrs make it a life
lesson to all. The puce is hand
somely ktiigcd and no expense ha
bceu spared to make thi the grand
est production of it kind. They
also carry a superb band of 16 solo
artist and give a grand street pa
rade at noon each day
At the big tent Saturday nignt,
Apr. I 23.
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KKAL :mTATK THANSFIMtS.
F Grobe to C 1 Moulton ioo a
cctioiu it nnd 14, l)ce Cieck,
C C North to W M Ariiuirong
lot, Silk 13 Littlet siid.tion Hume,
i II Willinnii to J T Vethcr
pt loti a and 3 block 3 Spwvi cld
Rich Hill $Soo.
J T Weather to J II William
lot 6 & 6 pt lot 7 b'.k 58 Rich IM1,
J S Franklin to Mary C Mo
Lsughlin lots 60 6t & 6 J Woiland,
A M Henry to J J, Dell lot S blk
13 Foster $15.
A M Henry 10 Lewis Stukcr lot 5
blk 13 Foster $150.
R E Shelton to II M Uibbslot 13
blk 16 Foster J joo.
U G Wallace to A G Copeland lot
4 blk S & pt lots 6 7 8 and 9 blk S
F &. M Home Saving Assn to T
S Burns lots 3 & 5 blk Si t ad Rich
William Warnkin to A J Hoover
100 acres section 14 East Boone,
7. T Felley to Lucien A I'elley
tract sections t and 26 Mingo,
J M Fettus et al to W D
I'ettus So acres section 5S Spruce,
Jno B Dejranett to J L Dejarnett
tract sec 8 15 jo and 21 Lone Oak,
J L Dejarnett to John Fleming
tract sec 8 15 20 and 31 Lone Oak,
Wm Fitzgerell to M Spears 5 sec
26 Spruce (62.
Maggie Main to J E Dodson lot S
blk 3 Sprague $100.
C1I HutchinstoC EDudly lot 21
blk 23 Amoret I225.
W II GIakin lo Casnus M
Clatk 170 a secS and 9 West Point
Mrs S R Price to Wm Taj lor 80 a
ec 3 Spruce $1450.
W E William to J U Moore 1 a
sec 33 Deer Creek $400.
Geo II Minton to Henry Hector
ct al 2 is J a section 5 and C Walnut
R C Powers to H F Shelton lot 5
and 6 blk 90 Foster $25.
II B Owen to R C Chappcl lot 7
blk 1 Merwin $30.
"General Grant wa," say Gen
eral Horace Porter in McClurc'
Magazine, "without exception the
most absolutely truthful man I ever
encountered in public life. He was
not only truthful himself but he bad
a horror ot untruth in other." An
anecdote illustrate this trait.
One day while sitting in his bed
room in the White House, where he
had retired to write a message to
Congress, a card was brought in bv
An otficer on duty at the time,
seeing that the President did not
want to be disturbed, remarked to
the servant, "Say the President is
General Grant overheard the re
mark, turned around suddenly in hi
chair and cried out to th servant:
"Tell him no uch thing! I don't
lie myself, and don't want anyone
to lie for me!"
Whit a pity that we do not "have
in public life more men like Gener
al Grant in thi icspcct!
The. World's Production ot
In Mr. F. II. Oiiphanl's report
on the production of petroleum in
1902 published by the United State
Geological Survey at ei ract from
its annual volume of Mineral Re
sources, a comprehensive account 1
given of the progres made in 1902
in all the oil field of the Unittd
Stale and also of the year' devel
opment in alt the other kiv wn field
of the world. Thi tnrat. a Mate
mnt of the discoveries of oil and
prospects for its development in
Cinsda, Mexico, Cuba, Trinidad,
the West Indie, the Central Amer
ican State, Argentine, Braid, Col
ombia. Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela,
Russia, Austria, Hungary, Rouma
nia, Germany, Italy, Great Britain,
New South Wale, New Zealand,
Meeria, Persia, the Dutch East In-
le, the Philippine Itlanda, Japan,
India, China, Havvsii and Kotea.
The Woild's production of petro
leum In, 1002 amounted to 185,151,
I0S7 barrels. tl U the United
State and l(uia produced yi.41
per cent. For year Kunsia ha lrl
in point of productiod, .but nn in
cieaiie ot 10,377,722 barrels in the
production of tho United States In
1902 and a decrease nmounting to
4,628,515 barrel in the production
of Runia caused these two couutnci
to change places, and put the Unit
ed States at (he head of the lint.
Our country has, however, a still
more important advantage over its
foremost petroleum rival. More
than double the quantity ol the high
er grades of refined products is ob
tained from the average crude petio-
leum produced in the United States
than is obtained from Russian oil.
The United States produced nearly
3.6 barrels of refined products in
1902 for every barrel produced by
the rest of the world.
The purest and most valuable
grades of crude petroleum in the
wotld are from the Appalachian and
Lima-Indiana fields in the United
A very fair grade of oil Wi
also produced in a comparatively
small way in Sumatra, Java, Gnli
cia, Roumania and India.
Within recent years crude petro
leum of infeiior quality ha been
largely consumed a fuel oil. In
Russia petroleum has been distilled
only sufficiently to meet the Govern
ment rcipjitements as to the flash
test, and the remainder is marketed
as fuel petroleum, under the head
of residuum. This is also true to
a certain extent, in our newly-developed
field in Texas, Louisiana and
California. Cheap transportation
by pipe lines and tank ship has
made this variety of fuel marketable
in distant quarter of the globe that
are destitute of coat.
Turning Milk Cow on Pasture.
In changing from dry feed to grass
It Is well to go somewhat slowly,
csiiet htlty if the flow ot uitlk la large.
The young. Immature griiBS, cpc
tally In the early spring, us is well
known, contains a birge sniouiit of
water, n couilltlou commonly eaSU-d
"washy." Wheat nnd rye pasture
are of the same nature. The dry
feed rations should then-fore Is' con
tinued mid m gradually reduced for
two weeks or more, after the gra"
la large enough for feeding.
There Is some difference of opinion
as to whether lullk cows should Is'
fed grain while on p'taturv. There
Is no qm-stlon but that a row s III
produce more milk If ted griiln t Idle
on pasture, and if u largw yield U of
more Importance than economy of
production, grain should certainly
be fed. Where a small amount of
grain Is fd, corn ts well adapted as
It will not unbalance the ration. If
large iunntltles of grain are fed.
other feed should Iw uned In part.
such aa bran, gluteu menl, oats or
cot tonsis.nl meal.
KxM-rtuieuU made by the Cornell
Kxperlment Station, covering four
yeur. showed that while an In
create In 111 1 ill yield was secured
from grain feeding, it was not eco
nomical to product' it In thU way
In I how cxsriinent tho pastures
supplied an nhuiiihiiicv of nutritious
Knout. C. 11. r.tklcs, Profcksor of
Dairy Husbandry, t'ulvcilty if MU
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THU SltOitT I INIi TO
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' "osJLSa, tsav. pass.
From Ortr rvcbniiirra.
Mrs. Herman L-.tb nnd Mrs.
Dr. Lnncaider, of fCich Ilii! weie in
the city I nit Monday, g'lettsol Mis.
Silmt Levy, tlinl stlcnilrd the Doo
ley wedding. -"-Hrpubliciin Press.
(Adiiiin J inrni!)
Tom Slaxey fss decided to move
to Hattford, Kiln.
A. H. Tipton and faultily have lo
catt il in Clmnute K.'m.
Autiry Harmon swallowed two ar
senic tablets Sunday and for a time
it was thought the result would
prove fatal, but the prompt' arrival
of medical aid brought him out alt
(Bates Countv Record.)
R. Talbot, district deputy Grand
Master, W. V. Ross F. C. Smith,
and others, visited the Masonic
lodge, at Johnstown Thursday eve
ning and assisted in work in the
Master' degree, returning the same
night, or r.'ther in the e:ir!y morn
ing hours yesterday.
Dr. Hall, ol Adrian, attended the
retail druggist meeting in our city
oniuesday afternoon lat. He is
an active member and gave the o-
! ciety a cordial invitation to hold its
next meeting in hi town, but Har
risonville wa selected principally
because it is easier of access than
any other town in Bate or Cass
Mrs. Merton Brown, of Round
Pratie, on Monday shipped iiom
Appleton City to breeder in differ
ent localities six-hundied hen and
sixty turkev eggs for batching pur
poses. Mrs. Brown ha established
a wide reputation as a breeder of
fine poultry. Very few people at
tain greater success in tin line than
has come to this lady; but as in ev
erything else, it only came as a re
ward ol untiring care and attention.
Appleton City Journal.
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satisfaction in alt cases.
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