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Will Remain in this City
6O DAYS FROM MAY 1.
Under the personal management of J. L. RICHARDSON, who has
had charge of this school In Rich Hill since April i, and ha met with
grand success, and for thi reason haa decided to remain here two mort
monthi from May i and will take in pupil until May 10 at $ io.no prr
pupil. After that dale, all pupili entering thi school w ill he chatprd the
regular rate of $15.00. I make thi rate in order to build a ln;e achool
quickly and to give the ladies the benefit of learning a genuine tailor iy
teni with all the latet fathioni in wains, jackets, kirt and nil other g.ir
intiits for ladies and children.
The following pupils are registered in this school and will reconi.iiend
the system and trade as we teach it, and we cheerfully refer anyone to
these ladies as reference, regarding this system and our manner of teach
ing garment cutting:
Miss Rose McMullen,
Miss Rose Linbarger,
Miss Flora Copt land,
Miss Lina Burns,
Mrs, Maty E. Williams,
Miss Mary Maltmgly,
Miss Liiie Ilagan,
Mis, J. Henderson,
Miss Nora Ellis,
Call at the school at once and see the system anJ imported fash
You ate welcome whether you become a pupil or not.
Call on or address
JOHN L. RICHARDSON.
General Manager or Sc hools.
MISS IDA M. FARRAN.
Torelady and Hpeclal Iustrut'treHs.
Hours for Teaching:
From 8t30 to 11:30 a. 111. and from J:UUto 5 p.m. Alao
from 1 to U p. til. Monday, Wednesday .V i'rlday eteultiK.
(school J 00111 oppoalte t'osto'llice, over City Bakery.
RICH HILL. MISSOURI.
At (iM Stand. KH H 111!.!.,
Monday noon to Saturday noon"
IALMAGE HOISE DRLO STORE.
BUY YOLK lT.lt lTMK.H HLlti:
Wk Cahkv r.VLMP.U'.S Cei.khkatkd
rntTUED,. THK VKUY HKST MAliK
DR. G-. N. SHARP,
And Manufacturer of
Family Iteniedles. t t
Have you a cough or are suffering
from a cold? If bo try Dr. Sharps
COUGH AND LUNG HEM ED Y.
If you are troubled with Indigestion
or stomach trouble use
For all pains and aches upply
These tented remedies have cured
others, they will curvyou. Try them.
If you have a mare to breed, see
Spencer's four standard and regis
tered Btalhons, from 152 to 17
hands, at the Spencer Place.north
east corner of Rich Hill; or send
for a bill. tjni
Miss Laura Burns,
Miis Agnes Twaddle,
Mrs. Lillie Youngs,
Mis Beitha HaM,
Miss Lizie McComb,
Mr. F. M. Koontz,
Mitt Ada Sample,
Mrs. El!i Lewis,
Mis. Ora Wheelharger.
ItP.AL HSTATI3 TUANStT.KN.
C L Mills to W H Lothridce lots
30 & 3S C L Mills addition Adiimi
V Williams to Geo Williams 1 20
n arcs 33 and .f Aomer W I'oint,
Mary F Coulter et al to U C
Hemmers pt lot t blk 5 Littles add
M H l'nce to J L Kuorp 40 a sec
4 Deep water ii.
J M Catterlin to Fred Boehin J 5 a
sec 18 Pleavmt Gap $75.
Win Taylor to Mollie GriiVith So
a sec 23 Spruce $J5;0-
Lillie Moore to Wm Walton lots
II and 12 blk 25 W side ad Butler,
Jno Moiewood to W T Wilier So
a sec S Homer $2 1 00.
M C Manning to Jno Hayes pt
lot 3 blk 4 Christian & Condees ad
Eury Tuttle to Ezra Tuttle lot 9
block 1 J West side addition Butler.
Geo Fieenan to Wm Walton und
hit lots 12 and 12 blk 24 W side ad
C F Moulton to H A Harman
;oo acres sec 13 and 1 1 Deepwnter,
Amnii Butler to Leora Duncan :
3,'i acres section 4 New Home, j
Ella L Lockwood to Horace B
Owens lot I blk 5 Burdett $90.
Mary Mengto Wm Vodry lot 9
blk 50 Rich Hill $300.
W A Lansdown to J M Graves
part lots 3 and 4 block 9 Butler,
Jacob Siirm to M J Totin 160 a :
sec 35 Hudson $7200.
A Eulogy On The Cow.
An exchange says in a recent auc
tion sale at Sprinfield, III., Colonel
F. W. Woods delivered a eulogy on
the cow. and the words he uttered i
deserve to give him the appellation m,Ics wct of Johntown was in
of the '-Bob Ingersoll ot the Cow'' jtovvn Tuesday and informed a Rec
Col. Woods said: OT reporter that John Basset!, a
"Of all the animal fnend, of man jncihb"r drowned sometime
she is the greatest. To her we owe ' S'lurJr 1,1 9 MnaU CM-rk
the most. 1 with that I, as you are!about m;l" of J""n.
about to sit down at the nooud iy j lU vvc,,, Appleton City baturday
meal, might remove f.o.n your table !anJ ,lltre
what the cow has placed ihetcon. j " account of the lain.
Pd take the cup of milk waiting at U iic" ncar hume il " uppod
baby's chair. Pd take the cream . ,ie tle'l'P'ed all
the cheese, the butter, the custard j l'"nch "l!tary to Deepvvater
pie. the cieam biscuit, the steak .! a,ul l)lu'r1 ' " '5 t of
the smoking roast of heel, and
leave you to make a meal of pota
toes, beets, pickets and toothpicks.
'There is not a thing trom nose
to tail but is utilized for the use of
man. We use her horns to comb
our hair, her skin upon our tcct,
her hair keeps the plaster upon our
walls, her hoofs make glue, tier tail
makes soup; she gives us our mHk.i
our cream, our cheese and butter,
and her tlesli is the greatest mtat of
the nation; her blood is used to
make our sujjsr white, her bones
are ground t feitiluc oui soil, u.
even her paunch she herself hits put
through the first chemical process
nectssary tor the production of the
best white cardboard, and llicv
have discoveted that such p.ipir cmi
be made into the finest quality of
No other animal vvciks fur nun
both Jay and night. By ilay she
gathers food, and when wc aie
asleep at night she brings il l ack to
rechew and convert it into al I the
tilings of which I speak.
'She has gone with man from
Plymouth Hock to the selling sun.
It was her sons that turned ilia 11 t
sod in the settlers' clearing, and it
was tier sons that drew the prairie
scooner for the sturdy ' pioneers as
inch by inch, they fought to prove
that "westward the star of the em
pire takes its way", with the old
cow grazing behind and when the j
day's march was done she came
and gave milk to fill the mother's
breast to feed the suckling bale
that was perchance to become lulei
of his bounlry. Wha says that
much of what we are we do not
owe to man's best friend, the com ?
Tieat her kindly, gently, for with
out her words fail to describe the
Anyone who reads these noble
words will teel when he meets the
cow hereafter like takis off Ins hat
to bcr, There is an old song "A
Hoy's llest Fiiend is His Mother."
Perhaps next to the mother, nhe
who is the bet fiiend to the byy is
County Court Proceed lugs.
Court met in special scission on
Apr. 2olh, when the following
proceedings were h.d, all juilges,
Mit-tiff ind cleik being present.
Dr. Kenick, coroner, allowed in
quest fees of $7. 10 111 case of Miss
School loan of W. II. Lothride
lor $oo approved rontingrnt up
on his filling Tornado Ins. policy
School loan of $1000 to Paul
Bengsch approved upon his filing
The court having learned tnat the
bond of one J 15 Paget, under
which a dram shop license had been
isMied, had not been executed by
himself, orders that he execute the
same which he does, and the court
finds that the evidence does not jus
tify the court in refusing him li
cense on bis application. the clerk is
tlierefote ordcrtd to issue him a
On April 23U1 the court with
sheriff, surveyor, mayor and city as-
i..u,.r ,f llnilrr m-t a lmti,l nf
appeal and reduced the assessment
of the following parties:
Edgat Williams from 2,500 to
J. K, Dougl.iis from $2,500 to
W..T, Cowan (personal) from
$3,072 to i,57i.
Cowley sisters from $1,500 to
G. A. Van Hal fiom $900 to
A number ot warrants were is
sued amounting to $13.
Man Drowned Nenr Johnstown.
Ed. Chambers, who lives a few
j water. 1 he body was found sever-
at nines down ii.f clerk, as
w ei e
the horse, but the wagon had not
tieen found at latest accounts. He
was a man about 0 sears, mairied
but left no children. Mr. Chirm
Lets stated that the excessive rains
had proved ery disasierous to farm
er, as in many places the sod had
lenl wa,"fl1 f""" ,!"" (M "m
ic 11 mem in a dcploral'le state
Bate Co. Record.
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TIUMXE. SI.OO. .
(I'o-ter Times, Apr. 2S.)
Just before the storm Mr. Ji"n
Thomas tinned twenty. one head of
cattle into hit pasture actoss Wal
nut Creek and Monday when ihry
went over after them, they discov
ered that S hc.nl of them hail been
drowned. I his is quite a heavy
Acconling to lumiii. and judging
fiom the "loose jointed" chaps wc
sea often on our streets, wc would
naturally tnink that the County At
torney would have a little business
over this way. It would be a lust
tate good plan if some of our peo
ple would petition Judge Graves to
Call a grand jury,
Mr. Meiler wet with imite 'an
accii'ent Monday. While out at
the New Home mines and going up
a small hill, hi horse either ciioak
ed down or slipped and fell. The
fall bioke u shaft and hoih springs
of his delivery v .spoil. Mr. Rubb
hauled out a loud b.r him Tuesday
while he got his wagon repaiied.
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