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We have lately received
just what you have been
looking for for a long
time. It is
LINEN SUITING a i-i yds. wide.
There is eaonomy in buy
ing this. Come in and
look at this.
Have you noticed onr
now on display. They
will be all the rage this
You will probably want
also. We have a com
plete stock to select from.
Don't forget that every
S. L AMES,
PHONE NO. 1 16.
ST HWUI IIP I Z
liny Kiotis came down f ro:n j
Hutler. and spent Sunday with!
liich Hili friends.
(i.Mi. Hakes'. raw came up from
Webb City, and spent Sunday
with relatives and friends.
James Kyan has resigned ''is
pisition as policeman, and Chris
Me:iJ bus Ihi ii acting in his place
Misses .Nannieana. -same mu iv,, ,!,,.i,v Tm-sdav. and met the
t-by spent the aitern.Mii rxinoav
with Miss AMie Harnett and her
parents at Nexad.i.
Mr. James A. Brown, after
KjKnding a few days with his
family, departed Monday, lor
the northern part of the state.
We regret to note that Mr. Jas.
Sheppard has bcn again serious
ly ill. We hope however to soon
make u note of returning health.
Mrs. II. V. Austin, who has
been visiting with lur sister,
Mrs. W. K. Koyce, for sometime
past, returned to her home at
South McAIister, hid. Ty.
The residence of W. A. Mi ( loo
ut Kin kvilli' was badly damaged
by tire last l'ridry. and the top
part of the two story structure
lu -lied away. Mr. M (lee was
fortunate in hat ing his home par
J. M. Bavis, candidate for re
eoriler f ihs-ds of Vernon coun
ty, passed through liich Hill
Monday and was a caller at this
office. He was iu companieil by
A. P. H.u k. tt. an old Kich Hill
boy. Mr. Pads is one of those
affable gentlemen who makes
friends wherever he goes, and if
a Democrat and living in Vernon
county we would have no hesitan
cy hi supporting Mr. Batis for
Tlie educational ideal in Cer
many is scholarship; in England,
culture; in the Fnited States,
service. Whether these educa
tional aims are results or causes
of the chief characteristics of
each nation, is immaterial. We
believe in scholarship and in cul
ture, but more in being able to
do things". It is not enough to
know; it is not enough to see
things in proper relations. The
Hreat lirtue is in doing the right
thing in the right way at the
right time. Now abidcth schol
urship, c ult u re and service in the
schools, these three; but the
Money to Louii,
I have a few thousand dollars
to loan on easy terms on good
II. P. Robinson.
Subscribe fur Tin; Tianc.M:.
Send ii h tin- new lo, wliv. Our
telephone 1m No.
Mayor Imc aster spent Sun
day afternoon with relatives in
Dr. Slater's dental office will
be closed hereafter en Monday
A house and lot for sale.
Close in. At a bargain. Call on
jI.O. I'. HlVKKIlY.
Miss Agnes Twaddle lias ac
cepted a position as assistant in
the city cli'rk'a office.
There were eleven boys and
four girls in the- eighth grade
graduating class ut Hume this
Tin.- new bridire at Papinsville
nver the Marias des Cygnes river
lis now completed and ready for
daughters, are v isit ing relatives
at I'ittsburg, Kas., and will be
jabsot.t several weeks.
I It is r",orted that Marshall
j I!a.i.'Ks":i has resigned his office
t take em-el as soon as his sue
ccssiir fan lie selected.
A hmise belonging to F. Har
rison about three iiiiies west of
Kockville was destroyed by tire
Monday night of last week.
Nit a and Boss Jones, children
i of J. Kd. Jones, and Master Karl
I'iKiirviin i'i lrncn 1 n v in. 111
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vi,it to relatives in 1 Sutler.
Henry Sheppard has returned
froi his work at Sedalia, called
hio'lie bv the serious illness of
his h.h.-r, Mr. Jas. Sheppard.
j W. K. K yre h.is arrived home
', fn;i. his ti h w. si. iJewr.sin
'tin' !:,id-! ef the earthquake
;t.,,.t),rv f l
ntrv i'. it isiapeit wuiioiua
Bov. II. (i. Mais, presiding
Ider of the M. Ii. Cliuii!, was
1,;,..,.,, ,,,1,,.,-s of the Walnut
St. church that evening.
The scrap iron and other rem
nantsof what vas the Big Mill
is fast disappearing from the
place t.f t he big ti re. Dixon Bros.
are getting most of the old iron.
'.". round trip to Cotter, Ark.
Special t rain will leave Kich Hill
about l.'.'.M a.m. May t'th, ar
l ive Cotter about s a. m., May t',
letltriiing leave Cotter about I
p. in. same date. K. A. Baii.KV,
lr. Harrv Allen, who was in
San Fraix isv o during the earth
ipiake. was in tlie midst of the
tei i ible scene but came through
s.tlely and is in the hospital ser
vile of the govcinmcut and has
all the business he can attend to.
Kev. 1 1. C. Wan en, presiding
el.hr oi Missouri conference,
v ill preach in the U. B. Church
in Kich 1 1 1 J 1. next Monday and
Tuesdav nights. May 7 and
Kev. Warren is an able preacher
and yon will be well repaid in go
ing to boa r hi m. All invited.
Dr. Short's team run
Sunday night while he was re- ' fact of tl i-use. Many inorv di
turning from a i all east of tow n. t,'"rt ,:k'1' xl11 'n ioio oar
The Dr. was thrown from tlitt',i1'l1"' . ., ....
, , It. J. llra.ll.'V, of .;l lnv.n,- St..
buggy and the team came town. , ,.iinii.r (if ,.lm. ,,,
He was kicked twice by one of Ihrnii Limy filh. iv a nliaLL-
horses. The Dr. was pretty ! ri'iiu'd.v for bhoLL r trout. les. 1 wa
b..d scratched up, but is still ' greatly eiubarra.s lu this w a v far
.1 ' . . .... .. . II ....ii l .1- ' H long lille. 1 Used dilU'lvlil n tu.'
aen;nau-..iti . . I i .wi-s. iu-
The Bar Docket of the
county circuit court shows two
nu. ..... ...... ............ ,...s.
Of these fifty four aiv for x'ud.i
tioiiofthe li.pior law. Two for
1 ...... I ... I .....I ti 1 .- is...., w...-..
plain selling, four for allowing
gambling in dram shops, seven
for selling to minors, and forty
one for illegal selling. There
are twenty the against Drainage
District No. 1, seventeen divorce
cases, twelve parole, twelve suits
for ihlUUiges, . lev.'ll oil notes.
nine attachments und one huu-
dr-.'d iu;4 i-iio ether ctsca.
The lightning struck a tele
phone lines near our place last
Thursday night and molted li
feet of No. 1J wire as completely
as if it had been in a blast fur
nace. I gathered i.p several
pieces of tho metal lor the bene
gt of any Missourian w ho might
want to be shown.
The lightning also gave several
neighbors some dose calls.
I have been hopping clods for
the past two weeks trying to get
the sod ground I broke last fall
and winter, tit for planting. Had
three good horses to the harrow
and I don't know who will re
joice most when it is done, my
self or the team. Have '2') acres
planted and 10 more nearly
The prospects for berries and
fruit was never better than at
present, with the exception of a
few budded ieach trees and they
w ill make half a crop.
Corn that has been planted is
sprouting nicely, and oats are
making a good growth.
Fannie, who went to Utah a
month ago to keep house for
Arthur whose wife is in Cali
fornia for her health, had an in
teresting trip of it. Trains were
wrecked and disabled on a',!
sides, big land slides and snow
slides, Ac, but the train she
was on ran through safely, but
got to Salt Lake a day behind '-'v- Puss. 'assisted by Hev. Bar
time, iton, at the Baptist church.
Arthur's wife sent severr.l
days in San Francisco and left
there three days before the;
earthquake for Lis Angelos. ;
She reports a decided improve-!
ment in her health on reaching a '
H'llAUl A a. I 1 1 : i .
The friends f Tom my John-'
son and wife. 1 rs. Li.la Ki.hn !
Jolmston, will be ul,,l to le;Mn
that they are safe, tvt i W.stand-
ing their home was badly shaki n
up. Their dishes and glassware
stnashed to smitheris-ns, t he j
chimney of their house dumped
, i , ,
onto and thnuiuh the r-.if of the'
nearest neighbors house. Fire
broke out near them on both
sides, north and south, but were
put out before the watorg.no
out. That they were without
water except for limited drink
ing purposes for three days.
That all thvir vnivii.ns ami all
iMflliltW ..CI , I... 1
fKii I li . til'
authorities at once after tin.' earth
ipiake and tire, but they are glad
they are alive and are now safe
and in gd health and spirits
gitting their allowance from tJn -
authorities like all their neigh-
iors. .Mr. dol.nston is at work;
help, ng to put things in a normal
l onditioi, as rapidly as possible. ,
rCTS AND IIC HON,
KMxririirr ol ICU-li Mill t ilt
xpio Ai ll.uOly I'rovci. lo
Tlu most .y.Tl'ii lal in w.i ia t Ion
will prove that the follow iu .tat..-
liu-ilt trom a reM.l. Ht of V.wU Mill i
true. Keail it and roinpaix.' ev idem-.'
from l;i.li Mill peo.le with t..-ti-
I iiiony of trau. rs living . far
'".Vjiiwuy v.ui cannot liivif.ti..ti the
, ... , , ... .
jUi.-Hutn nicy caf ioo uu if rvii.-i. i
procured IVxiii n Kl.tiu v puu at the
' 'MN'r' Moit' drug .loiv mid th. lr
list' cun'd lue. I'sioe.' lining thctnl
:,adtorU.f.v.p...,t!y Uht and'
, tlu, m,.n.,,olll, WVIX. t.,r t,., ...oh. us.
j Tlirmiiiti the day the fi(.ini,y of
; hmmiki ". lay I'1 '"'m rati.'. I
Imvo to thank iKiau'i. Kl hi. y PiiU 1
1. ..M. ...f I L.lf.. Ir t 1 1 '
nm.oyHi.,s. and it U ..'..Iolhiv.,,
nsoiiiiiu 11 I ttil ivi.i.'dy to .ihii
ilfterliiLj from li oim ui. u,,. iin,n .
from dUor.h r of Uh Udneii..
For !h h.V l.ll .leitlelSl. ft In'. ,V
.-.lit KewO rMilhurii t o , Pun ,1...
N. V., ..h neiila f.ir the I dai.sl
K.-iuciuUr U tiAiius-IoaaV-ati J
tal: bj other.
Our School Traclif r.
The school board at their hist
regular meeting elected the f' !
fowinjf t-a hern for the ensuing
year: 1'n.f. ;,,. S. Smith, prin
ip.d high school, and M;.,,-,
Dmma Mattingly ami Susie H.tv
1'rof. C. M. I-edy, principal
graded school, Hryant building,
and Misses Mary Mattingly,
Blanche Khodes, Agnes Twaddle
Jo Steel.- and Belle Watson,
Prof. C. T. VanHenthusen.
1 rincipal Franklin school, and
Misses Lulu Springer, Myra
Fry and Kssie (Jeiger, teachers.
Prof. S. O. King, principal
Ho hues sc.1k.nj1, with Misses
Julia Connelly, Alma Ashby and
Addle. Pettus, teachers.
Very few changes were made
in tle list of teachers from last
Geo. McKeynolds was elected
janitor for the west side building
Peter Haley for the east side
building, and Ceo. W. Lawson
., i for the south side school.
Prof. Frank Kobinsort was re
elected superintendent of the
city schools sometime ago.
Y F. Tygard. of the Ilieh II ii
l.iar.k, h ft Tuesday for a few da s
vis.t to the Cowles Keliogg ram.h
out in western Kansas.
Kevhal mc-etings are being
held this week by the pastor,
Velma and John Bailey, chil
dren of Agt. Ii. A. Bailey, have
been visiting Mrs. Mae Camp
beil, at the waterworks station
f.r several da vs.
The invoice evil seems to be
on the decrease in Bates county.
There are only 17 divorce cases
pending in the May term id the
U'U s l'"unt' cir,uit rt-
We wonder if the itms we st e
in the Daily Beview about D.rno
or..tif camiidates ate sou e M. ,
K:::.htvgh hcli.cd Jess M.i.er
jast Sunday while they
wen' out tishing.
Jessie Chance, daughter of
. ... . ,.,
.Mr. anu -vi rs. inas. tMnu', Je:I
from a swing, Monday last, and
lOiei e her arm in two places.
ilrs. Lancaster and Allen were
.called in and adjusted the broken
April w as an unusually pleas-
;int "!.th in tliis vU inito, rathor
' (I hilt ! i.l i.mvv.f.
' i " I-l" s. .-k n i.uni e ji'j -
a""") or larmers to get t!io;r
spring work well under way, ;.nd
;l hu ge majority of them did so.
; Co.nl staking rains fell Monday
lioghl and Tuesday afternoon and
Presiding FJdcr H. C. Mais at
j. ,, ,,,,-et ing of the W.duut
Sl m j- auxh held Tuesday
night, announced the trans!, r
; Kev. K. B. Temple tea from the
.Cu tliage to the Kar.s.ts City dis
trict and tliat he w ill Ik stat h:-
ed at 1 old,. ii I.Vv '!
.and f .tli.il V are l..ost ,
p.tij.l.'and we commend ihcin t
the g-xsl pts.plo i f llo'den .is
ip.iite an acquisition to their iir-
K-U ,,f Christian households
A. Mr. Ceo. B.
w US in
.the city Monday night r.r.d met
with a sicvi.d .session of the iity
fathers and tallied Katur.dgas
; franchise witli them. As we get
it Mr. Stowe wants the it y to
grant him a franchise up'U a f.;r
basis, and if it will, how idle
g:n drilling within thirty davs
. .-, ,
aiui so v on; nice ur.i ii gas is i,
or he h.voinos satisticd theiv is
none here iu paving nu.u'.t ities.
hl ,l,."t lu w 'll . l1' in,'
i i -ciiy mams uiimi iw
or forfeit lis franchise,
wants, however, to ivsei-ve
rigid to supply lo.umfa. t .ueis
illulos H""H H uv.,.:,!
... i.. in.- . n,i , joe .Mayor ap
point, d Messrs. H.lcs, Y..:v rs,
Ih .(sl.-y, Tarver and l'cig..s.-n a
.oiamitbs' to investig ate tl-.e tin
luu'id standing of M r. Stow e and
.1 tl... Ms i
auMnii oi:;er pifluumarv woik
-0" to Uvcary iu the iv-
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t!e.-j-!.t ,- ;;j r . r.
M;i .'.,,--,..r, ,ti. Mm. W.
lat-!y. ;! f ir-.-rs
lolio st-ojj.--a..-,tj t. rit t- Ka:i-.i
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to I:U V.:
Mr. ''r :L;.i " r in lAb
Hi.l Tu--i .it !
cautit lo.i'ia (
;. Ji Ja.st
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a new liu-y.
The V.ri '. i,
Faphifvi!;.-. wan !':.!'-1 l.ft
It. 1- Jr;;La::i ar; 1 !.; !:!.::
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pn-suiDf ih y vr.t to ifc-w tin par-l
t-nt. t-a-t of tUrl-oa IVntrr. ;
I'm i; l".n.i. i
ta.ste wherw some
""iVl"' a-nd purse-sore, they
, U I, ' repent at leisure what
f-i they purchased tr
1 hcLste. Comfort tvnd
quality are worth hunting for, but
it's a short cry to a Crossett shoe and
there they are.
"MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY"
LEWIS A. CROSSETT. Inc,
l.e art Agents far
I SPECIAL CUT
On the following 1 inmed articles
in order to reduce my stock for
i lvk;'. rjfvil kice, was ioc, new . .05'
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I " :t:!tc'i;". tut Ci.wii
L.a;o..it-i Sac:'. Co.-a, w.j
7i ii l-ic
Hcinzs Hincc Meat
wjs 15c j-er round, row . .
W jt. 4 0 c j t -"
Tennessee Ganc Molasses
lvi g'.i.:?, was Ck'c pr gdl'ioa, now . 50c
l J " " ;': 4
l.'''-') r f thi i guirantejd.
a cii ct CRYSTAL FLOUR. BRAN
a. ii SHORTS. U ou fuv;e never used CHVS
I.M. I L O V U vou ought ' to, 'tccauac you ca't
JIILIES' GUSH GROCERY
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Ler nearest o.d.pfrtv. r ci liry-
in onj finiilr ie rr:ty g.!
i where all t.lji f-.i
g1 1 a.s t t:.e FrankL -'..
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