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4 beri prior Buii
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tmrrc.1 IC :.illn lo lh c ol Conffl It
po.lorli a. Kich Hill, reonil cl.. wll mna
V- liuiii- Si-ir.itur WanuT and
tin1 I'loM.lenl will soon .settle
tho Hutlor IV.st onU-e titflit und
pt it nut if tin- way before the
county eanipaiH opens actively.
A ear load of hunters and
their iiecoutrements all destined
for the club house and lake near
At hoi came down from Kansas
City last Sunday to engage in
hunting on their possessions
in this vicinity.
Nothing like good roads. Geo.
Craig and Walter Joss just south
east of the city have joined the
good roads company and began
dragging their lKirtioii of the
public highway on Uural Koute
Xo. I, Tuesday. Their good ex
ample ought to le catching. We
commend their enterprise and
I Jew K. R Templeton preach
ed the third of his sermons on
the Aixistjes creed last Sunday
and acquitted himself well. He
didn't take the usual theological
dodge as to the miraculous in
carnation but faced the question
and answered it,doubtless, to the
satisfaction of a majority of his
YV J. Waiuscott, of the Wain
scott Furniture Co., of Nevada,
has resigned his position as a
member of the Hoard of Direc
tors of Asylum No. ."!, for busi
ness reasons. Cnder the late
rulings his firm could do no bus
iness with the asylum and as a
matter of justice to his company
and customers he tendered his
Our neighboring city Nevirda,
is to have a new government
building, a new court house and
a big new school house. They
will all cost over 175,000. Now
if Vernon county wonld conclude
to turn over a new leaf politically
and vote the Republican ticket,
her new ornaments would be
come her better and she could
well afford to take a front seat
among the best and most pro
gressive counties in the state.
The postoftice department is
Mending out warnings to the dif
ferent iMistmasters stating that
some individual is traveling over
the country with a plausible
scheme for obtaining j'.W from
each of the rural carriers, stat
ing the amount is for u copy ol
the Congressional Manual and
that the subscription money goes
in part to it "National I'nivei sity
Fund." He is a fraud of the
A lady received the following
reply from a neighbor in answer
to the question why bhe allowed
her children and husband to lit
ter up every room in the house,
and tht; sentiment will find lodge
ment in every home loving per
son in the land "The mark of the
little, inuddy feet upon theHixir
can be easier removed than the
stain when those little feet go
down into the highways of evil.
The prints of the little lingers
on the window pane cannot shut
out the sunshine half so much
as the shadow that darkens the
mother's heart over the one who
is but a name through the com
ing years. And if my John finds
his home a refuge from care and
trouble and his greatest 1 appi'
ness within its four walls, he
can put his boots in the rocking
chair, and hang his c at upon
the floor everyday in the week.
Ami if i can stand it aud bo en
joys it, I i Mii't see that it is goy
The Iola Keeord rends the mer
chants of that town a lecture. It
says all the merchants think the
jwople should patronize them in
stead of sending i.wity to mail or
der houses: they carry large
stocks, sell as low, pay heavy
ta.xes. and contribute liberally
toward public enterprises; nil of
wliich the Ueivird says is strict
ly true. Hut, it asks them,
"When printing is sent out of
town isn't that sending to a mail
Seventeen Ymrn, -Moore.
When this issue has been
printed and mailed, the 17th year
of its life will have been finished.
If I do say it myself, it takes a
great deal of hang-dog pluck to
print a paper seventsen years in
one place. And it is mighty
h u d pull for a home boy to un
d i t ike to enter any trade or
profession in his own home town
a-.id succeed. However, the peo
pljof Hume have been kind to
me, and after seventeen years of
derth and starvation, have begun
to overlookmy nativity so that
I have, in a measure, begun to
cast off the odium of being a
lume boy. Isn't it funny that
t:ie strangei has precedence over
the young man who has "grown
up"' in our midst. Telephone.
Fred Goodin of Rich Hill, visit
ed at J. M. Wheatley's Sundaj
John King from Prairie City,
was in this vicinity several days
One of our neighbors reported
his wife as "dyeing." We did
n t learn which she was using,
Putnam's fadeless or Diamond
It isn't very often that farm
er's wives have to take summer
prices for eggs in the winter
time. No strike with the Auier
ican hens this winter.
When we used to get our mail
twice a week and sometimes only
once, it was all right, but now
from Friday to Monday seemed
a long time. The rural carriers
are having a time this winter
through the mud.
This neighborhood was awak
ened from their dreams Thurs
day morning by a pack of hounds
in pursuit of a wolf. Jas. Bell,
Jr., claimed he chased one in his
hog lot in the day time.
Mrs. Mahala Wade of Kich
Hill, we hear has recovered fron
her recent trouble since she was
moved out to the country home
of I J. J McCulloch.
We are very sorry to learn of
the continued illness of Miss
Lizzie King in the Prairie City
neightMirhood. Her sister, Miss
Fm ma, is over taking care of her.
We iiojhj to hear of her speedy
Wonder how many of the pu
t ron s on Koutc 1 hud threu of the
most beautiful roses in their
mail box Monday? We had, and
they are beauties sure enough.
It is an oil painting by that great
California artist, Paul do Long
pai, a premium with the Wo
man's Home Companion one of
the best magazines we know of.
We came across an old couaty
paper the other day that was
printed years ago. It spoke
of "golden silence" especially to
talkative women, and says "never
speak of yourself, and never say
anything which is unnecessary."
We wonder what wo would taili
Licuratou lUti tl4 tbe M. 0. 1
Sun Fruncuco. Los Augclot and
intermediate poind, $jyOo; Cort
land, Seattle and Pacific Coast
points, $26.01; Spokane an I inter,
mediate points, $23. 50. I ickcts on
ale daily up to April 7th, and from
Sept. 15th to Oct. 31 t.
Homcfct-ekeit Lxcuriou. On
nle via the M. O. 1. to all pointi
outli and west, March 6 and 30,
April 3 and 17, .at very low ratel,
minimum telling ra $oo.
ft. A'.yAJVSY, Ai
-r f t -
Real Estate Transfers, .
Kntilce MoUnltv to Kokii M llr-own
tot 4 iiti.l 5 tilk 4 niilt Hill, ."hi.
Joaepli likhl-r to Henry Wyeoff 40
a mt IS Oanire, f liXX).
Nuhlua Tliotmia to 1 J Coiiebllti pt
lot 8 l.lk 1 William lt ml Under $t.
F & M Hank Ilk li 11111 to Joint 1
Ituriia SUn m-e und So Howard
ami Wnlutit. f 13oo).
J (' McKlnney to YV K Voting i 11
tter 27 Itoekville, $75.
J K Wllaou to YV S Nhenly lota
as nu.l : PiiKHiile. $15.
KZ William to H I, (urtl lota 1
to 6 tilk U, suiihIInIi ad Htttiii' f WOO
YV II ;ImnkIiim to Virull Cooper 240
u sec 11 Mt rif.iKiuit, $18000.
IMwnnl KitKly to J C Wllllitnnon
40 a Hit- , Oune. f ltJOO.
J F Cowchtuan to Clin Tltumon
01 a wc IS Mound, f:'.ft0.
TIioh IrUli to K E S.vaca S u ih-c
( JIK X).
iMiu Min.Tet nl toS C MoiiinnU
Iota 13 ninl 14 pt lot 12 Mk 9J Ul uil
nidi inn. ?;.-,.
J J Cuitu-ron to M L I V ftctilwiui;li
Z a M-c 2C, Mt rioniwMit fOOii
U M iK-tri-ubiiUKh to C M lt.wi
Uiond 2 ix mx '2H Mt I'li-iiwtnt $11.
King JolniKon to A linn SiivcKt 40 11
see -T Wiilimt f ON).
II M Halllinaii to 4 () NlinfiK-r Mk
225 nud pt tilk W FoUr;?lii0.
Anna J lwrin to W y A.vrw lot 6
tilk 7 William ml I'.ntii-r f I00O.
James Sheppard to YV FTynnnl Jr
pt l.lk 3 Walton a.l Ulch Hill 1.0.
Homer Jenkins has been doing
some plowing when the weather
Wm. Douglas, Pearl Homar
and James Lipe were in Nevada
last week as witnesses in the
Pete Hartz is making improve
mentsinthe way of putting up
chicken and hog fence.
Andrew Elledge was buying
hogs up near liutley one day
Wm. Thomas and wife were
trading in Kich Hill Monday.
John Kainm is putting up a
new house for Chas. Baker.
Some of our farmers will plant
potatoes and sow oats just as
soon us it gets dry enough now.
(luy Laceourse is working foi
Geo Haker this week.
The weather is bad and the road
almost impassable, nnd while it i
ad on the rural mail carrier,
farmer can endure it much bctt
now than they could in April.
Impoverished noil, like impov
erished Mood, ix-eds ti projMT
fertilizer. A chemist by analyz
ing the soil con tell yoti whut
fertilizer to use for different
If your Mood is iiuovtrirlied
yuur doctor viU tell you what
you turd to fertilize it und give
t the rich, red corpuwles that
ire larking in it. Jt inayU-yot
iced ji tonic, hut mop.- Iik lv vt
trd a coin-out rated fat food
nd fat is the clement luckinj
1 your nyetcni.
There is no fat fuod that i
easily digested and nssim
f Cod Liver Oii
It will oouxitU and fctrcugtlei
he lody wkva inll flnd tivan
iil to do it. Soott'tf i,'muJii.
nlwat Cjti tuae; ulwap
wdatahlo and (Jwuyi Ix.-DcCcial
vherc thj boly jt wasting from
my cause, (ritber iu thildrtu
Wt wtll ttm4you utnpl tr.
turn iu tLu 4rm ol
l kU 1 1 oa tli writ'Mi
l rrty tottl c4 Luiul
ki jrvu luy.
UQi m i im
t m ir
' ;ii,or vviitim ami wife are vi-
iting relatives at St Jnsrph at tliii
Mm. Dutlield i liuely nlive and
Can'l auivive muchU'onKei .
Rev. J. II. Smith i ImldinR re
vival meetings at 1 lotion tint week. 1
Uev. A. Cox ard son have H""
out to western Kana to look at
C. H. Complon had business, at
I'L Scott lat week.
Mrs. II Moiitgomfry of N
vad, is visiting- home folks at
McU at this writing.
Recently a young couple were
married at Ft. Scott, and the man's
name was Corn, and the ladies'
name was Wheal. Ah, what will
the harvest be.
Miss Ethel King wa the guest of
hei sister at Rich Hill lat week.
U. S. G. Piowell, of Rich Hill,
was in our burg Monday.
; Perhaps there are not many peo.
pit in this part of the country who
have personally met Pi evident
Rooeveh, but we've had that
honor. 'e met him when he was
running fur vicr-piesident in lyoo,
during: a Republican rally held at
Ft. Scott, where Mr. Roosevelt
made a speech in convention hall to
about 20.000 people. His first
Words were to announce a song by
the glee club, which was "Theie'll
be no llryaniies there." The ap.
pl:tule was deafening while 10,000
tlags waved from the galleries.
JoH.lH At I.K.N.
. The Cascatone Medicine Co
manufacturers of Cascatone com
pound and a full line of remedies
and family medicine.
They have also in connection a
consulting department where
patients cos 11 It their speeialists
011 chronic and deep seated dis
eases, including diseases of wo
men, diseases of the stomach,
liver and bowels, diseases of the
eye. ear, nose, throat and chest,
kidney and urinary organs. All
rectal diseases acute and chronic
Piles successfully and iierma
nently cured or money refunded.
Consultation, examination and
advice free. Address The Con
sulting Department of the Cas
catone Medicine Co., Kuhn Hldg.
N. Oth. St., Kich Hill, Mo.
J. J. Bennett a one armed old
soldier known to many of our
comrades hi Kich Hill was killed
jarly Sunday morning near Hor
ton, Vernon county. Just how
le happened to get killed is not
actively known but he is sup
Kised to have sat down on the
tack trnd fallen asleep and while
.here was struck by a train and
tilled. His skull was crushed,
ne leg broken, his only arm
nashed to a pulp anil his Isnly
therwise fearfully bruised.
Jne more tension stopjs.'d only
o be taken up by his widow,
.lis convivial habits got the bet
er of him at last.
Mlaaourt Pacific Time Card.
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months of the year.
Our showing of (Jrnys they 're nil the race this
season is very complete and you should see them at once.
(ilCAY MOI1A1K 8 In.
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