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If you will cat more
you can do more work, enabling you to earn
more money, so that you can buy more
do more work and earn still more money.
V,'e are anxious to bave every
Republican in close touch, and fork
ing in harmony with the Republican
National Congressional Committee in
favor of the election of Republican
The Congressional campaign must
be based on the admin; strative nd
legislative record of tb e party, and,
that being so, Theodc.re Roosevelt's
personality must be . central figure
and his achievements a central
thought ia the camp aign,
Ve. dtsire to ma; ntaia the work of
this carupafgn with popular subscrip
tion? of Que Do!) ar each from Repub
lican To each subscriber we will
send the Republican Nat" onal Cam
paign Text Book and all documents
issued by the Committee.
Help us achieve a gr ;at victory.
James S. Shermas , Chairman.
P O. Box o63t New York.
County Of flr lal.
lU-prcH entutive ea. Church.
nrtI.lt Judge C. A. Denton.
'r obnte Judge J. A. Silver.
'ihoriff M. B. Morrta.
Circuit ClerkC. M. llarkley
County Clerk J. F. llerrvl.
ItccorUer T. K. Lisle.
TrviiHurer W. U. Bell.
1'ron. Atty. A. II. Ludwlck.
School Cum. A. L. Ives.
Surveyor K. B. Borron.
Administrator S. T. Broaddua.
Coroner W. H. Allen.
Presiding Judge J. W. McFadden,
Atsciato " Jno. Arinttlrong.
I'. A. Bruce.
Wanted Two young men to
travel for a large Chicago house and
learn a good business in which a
piumolion can toon be had. Lib
eral couinmsion from the start.
L C. PtNui.KToM, Manager, Gen.
Del., Joplln, Mo.
KuhNcribo fur Tub: Thiucnk.
Friends and subscribers to (hit
paper will confer a favor upon u
by ordering their legal noticci
printed in this paper. They can
thin see (or themselves whether the
notices are correct or not.
Rich Hill Lodge No. 470, A F & A
M., meets -J and 4th Monday night.
W. F. Tygnrd. W. M.; B. BIrk. Sec.
Klch Hill Lodge No. 412, I O O F
meets every Friday night nt Odd
Fellows Hall. T KeUo, N U; L F
lilch Hill Lodge No. 2SD. K. of P.,
meet every Tuesday night. Ed Mc
carty, Jr., C C; John Connelly. K.
of U and S.
Osage Lodge No. 69, K of P meets
each Monday night. Jullu F.lgert,
O C; E It Tarver, K of It and S.
Itlch IIIU Camp No. 1841, M W A,
meets every Thursday night. W W
Ferguson, C; J K Martin, Clerk.
Pine Camp No S4. IV O W meets
every Wednesday night. Wm.Burnn,
C C; Watt Dawson, Clerk.
Victoria Camp No4SS,Koyid Neigh
bors of America; niti 2d and 4th
Monday nlgnts In K P (2(0) Hall.
Mrs Millie Hlckey, Oracle; Miss
Naucy Huckeby, ltecorder.
Ulch Hill Lodge No. 1, Select
Knights and Lad lex, meets 2d and
4th Friday evening. F H CUever
ton. Pres; W G Myerley, Sec.
Klch Hill Council No. 184. Amer-
leun tJulld meets every Tueday
evening. E W McManu, Pres; Don
Rich Hill Camp No. 17, A O U W,
meet 1st and 3d Friday nights of
each month. K M Woodson, M W;
(J G Cook. Recorder.
Royal Arch Chapter A F 4- A M.
No 105, meets lt Weduendny night
In each month. W F Tygard, 11 P:
D B Hlckey, Secy.
Order of Eastern Star meet 21 and
4th Tuesday nights la each month.
Mrs D E Stualley, W M; Mrs W 11
A lieu, Secy.
Rich Hill Council No MS, Kulghts
and Ladies of SSoci'Hty, meets 1st
niiil 3d Saturday of each month.
J Ik'lliuan, Prcs; Nuucy E IWllmun,
Rich Hill Aerie No 171, Fraternal
Order of Englea meet every Wed
tieMdny night In K P Hull Q'J. Wiu
II Linn, I'm; W Frank, Secy.
lU-! kiih lodge No 10, meet the
1st mill 3d Wednexduy night of cju-Ii
ininitli In Odd Fellow Hull. Mr J
II Williams, N ; Mr Alice C Murtiu
Gen Candy Pt No 10, G A R iiik-Ui
1st Saturday In each month at 3 p.
m. R L MeMurtry, P C; Geo V
(Continued from page 1 )
Cheap One-Way Rates
West and Northwest
MONTANA, NEVADA, ETC.
September '15 to October 31, 1906.
Ask Any Frisco Agent or
Writo tho Undersigned.
Gi li'l l'luM'llgcr Agent,
S I'. Lor IS, mo.
Aew't Geu'l 1'aiwu'iiger Agt,
KANSAS I'm', MO.
Geo. R. Conoycr, tocol At.
kept poinf? nearly all of the year
round. It is the only prist mill
for miles around and the people
come long distances with their
grists. There is a good home
market for all surplus products.
At the time of my visit Mr. Kiltz
was preparing to remove his mill
to a more eligible site some itX)
yards down the creek. It look
ed like a big undertaking, but
Mr. Kiltz, apparently, looked for
ward to the event with pleasure.
He said it wonld be no trick at
all. He has lately acquired a iiK)
acre tract of splendid timber land
adjoining his mill property. The
timber is oak on the hillsides and
in the ravines and pine on the
ridges or uplands nearly all
suitable for commercial lumber.
The hills here assume the e.ie
of young mountains and settle
ments aro usually made in the
small valleys along the streams.
The country Is sparsely settled,
j'et neighbors are nut far aw ay.
There is a large steam sawmill a
mile and a half distant, and a
a school house near this mill.
I was homenhat surprised to
find Mr. Kiltz the possessor of a
$1000 automobile, and wondered
what use he could have for it in
such a country. After looking
around at the rocky and steep
hillsides and the rough and un-
worked roads, I suggested it was
not an automobile he needed, but
a balloon. Mr. Kiltz laughed ami
said, "Wait. Some of these days
1 will be coming into Kith Mill in
mv auto. Witlnn a year or so
good roads will be opened on the
long level ridge in this country
and I will have no difticulty in
getting to the railroad und even
to Kith Mill. You wilt see."
The auto is a great curiosity t
tho natives and it is the talk of
the country. 1 heard of it long
before I arrived nt the Kiltz
home. On Sundays he usually
has it steamed up lor running
and delights his visitors by giv
ing them u ride. Me has a level
tract of road, of in-obably .'loo
yards, along the creek bottom
road in front of his mill and
home. It is here he speeds his
auto, back and forth.
Uncle Willis Crabb, of Uich
Mill, is a land owner of Texas
county. Me has a tract of 400
acres of excellent pine timbered
land about two miles from the
Kiltz place. I was not upon this
hind, but haw a part of it from
a nearby elevation. I was in
formed that it was a hplendid
body of timber and that a con-
bidei able portion of the land was
suitable for farming. Uncle
Willis bought or traded for this
land twenty or twenty-live years
ago. Ha expected homo day to
make it his home, but has nccr
been able to fully make up his
mind to leave the rii h and smooth
prairie lands of Mates county.
Uncle Willi.- has iuitcd this land
froui timo to time und bt ems U
be well hnown in the country.
Many inquired fcbvut Jiiiu un4
several of tho natives, tho old
women especially, sent him mes
sages which I have- hinco deliv
ered. I found it easier to get
to the homos of Mr. Newton and
Mr. Kiltz than to get back again
to tho railroad. I negotiated
with several natives without re
sults. They were generally too
busy and did not have tho time
to make tho trip. One said he
could take me out the first of the
coming month October. I final
ly secured a man with a spring
wagon and two fairly good
horses. Me wanted $4 00 for the
trip, but after "dickering" near
ly all of one day we at last agreed
on $3 00 cash and a bale of hay
when we reached Cabool the
nearest point on the railroad.
Not that baled hay is a legal ten
der in Texas county but the trip
required two days and the hay
was wanted for tho horses.
The drive to Cabool was by a
different road to that by which I
entered the country. Tho dis
tance about thirty miles, through
a hilly county. Part of the road
was execrable, on rough hillsides
and along the beds of streams
filled with rocks, with never a
bridge to cross. It is said that
there is not a bridge in Texas
county; I saw none. Many or
chards of peach and apple trees
were passed and when on high
lands the apple trees were load
ed with fruit big red Ben Davis
apples for the most part. There
in be no doubt about Texas
county being a good fruit coun
try. There are a number of
irge creek valleys in the part of
exas county I visited and these
allev lands are usually very rich.
The corn crop of the county is
excellent Wheat was a gid
crop and the clover and timothy
meadows yielded bountifully.
There is much rough wild land
in the county, but when timber
ed, as it generally is, and in large
bodies, it js being fast bought up
by speculators. l?attlo and hogs
have a splendid range jn tlm
county and stock raising is iiuitu
profitable. In the past two
ears many farms have changed
hands, the buyers being princi
pally from Iowa and Illinois. In
the immediate vicinity of Cabool
several German families have re
cently obtained farms.
The farms for sale range in
price from ?-1j to per acre.
Timber land brings from $-r0
to $10.00 per acre owing to
W. T. Mawsii.
Meeting Date f Court.
Circuit court tiieeta In llutler lnt
Monday lu leliriiary. May and
County court nict lt Monday In
February, May, August and No
l'rolmtc court moet 2nd Monday
In February, May, August and No-
Meetings of Township Hoard.
Flint WedneHday after find Tue-
day In April.
First Tuesday, after flret Monday
Third Monday of XovemU-r of
each year ut olllce of the township
Vary Low Kotow
Via the Misftourl 1'aciilc K. It.
Special H o in esee kens rate to all
point west, eolith and fouihweet.
ticket on Hale June . and 1:', July 2
and 17, Aujr. 7 and 21, Sept. 4 nnd is,
Oct. 2 and 10, and Nov. ti and 20 at
very low rates, via Mo. Fac.
It. A. Baii.kv, Agent.
V rsmHljf oMalti l'.
tiii i hi rtwiirn iinwriiri n i mi Tiit m mi ti i in niniiin iffl
f tij tmMvi. iiricn tr r I u l i itiv nix-o UM i
f frwrvport on itinibliny. for fre U k,
Opposite U. S. Patent Office
WASHINGTON D. C.
We have quite a lot of blank
Affidavits, Od nd Gss lce.
Farm lease, Oith of Oilier, State
ments oi election cxprnoc that wr
will sell to thoe needing ame,
low hi can be gotten any where.
Frico Time Table.
lu effect NovemU r i:n,".
1 imih ir.i'AitT.
No. ill, FiiKKennvr 12.01 p
No. 1M. Mixed 4 w p.
TI1AINM JWiliI t.
No. 11.1, PaHKciiifcr n.nt) p
No. l.Vt, Mixed u.Oij n
No. 114 cmiiiectK nt I'leaHuuton
with dny tralriH north mid nouth.
No. 151 coniiectH nt rieuniintnti
wlthfiiM train f..r Texnn and Ok
lahoma point, mid for Mt-nipliU
and the HoutlieaMt; nUo with local
pnM'iii;er for KntiHHH City, arriving
at KanuaaOty 10 :K p m.
ti. It. (.'o.NoVEK. A lit.
J. II. Swope and Fnd Zwelrt
wt n- iiaullii caue .Moiiiluy to I lie
MUwn I.lzzle ami Aumn Martin
went to Kaim.'iH lity Monday to
attend the fair.
Mr. Medli-y Im hauling coat from
t lie Z wt'i;i 1 1 coal bank to ctiBtoiiiern
(irandma MJultty, t lti haa t tt
very ill with iiinlarlii fever, I ra
porte'l ciillMldenibly Ivi ter.
Mr. J. M. Hall took a pleiiHure
trip for her heiUth to thu tliuU r to
gather a few nilt with ,Mr. aud Mr
Cochran liit Friday.
The ranch MoUthcitnt of Carbon
CA-uter kuowu n the old Dr. llryant
farm, as nold ut Ne ada laid Sut
urdavtothe hihet bidder, for the
H tl III Of (1,(JINI.
MIkk J una Smith ban the U-Ht re
cord ou monthly report that ban
cvit luru made at thu Ktrlngtown
wchool. We all coiiKrutulaU thu
MU lluldu Stoll from 1-nfnyette
county, MJ., urrlved here hint
Thurvday lilK'ht to vlelt her nl.ter
Mm. F. I. Zwelert.
The wiolid oldext boy of Mr. Al
lioliter had u Mt'VtuuN uccldeiit retent
ly. Ho cllmU'd up a ptcan tn-e, but
inlnwd hU hold ami fell to the
ground, a dUtauea of about 20 Ut t
I r. Shulti r came to liU uiUtuucc
and dreM'd liU wound.
Eczema and Pile Cure.
l lti:i; Kuowlnu: what It In to did
i. r, i win Kite i OF ( haiku;
ti iiiy alil!itil a in will vo cure for
C V.l'lU.l, N lll I'tlll-UIII, bl Vnllw I.lK
I'll.-- und Skin I lwaw. Inatant
relief. lou'l miller lonm-r, write
F. W. Wii.livw, 400 Mauliattan
Avcuu. Ntfw Vurk. LuduKt) ituujp.
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
TO NEW ORLEANS
Knights of Pythias
October 15-35, 1006
For rate. Information as to dates
of sale and limits on ticket or for
Illustrated booklet descriptive of
New Orleans and point of Intercut
to K Heeii en route addivss
F ! F.chii. H C Baii.kv,
1 P A, Cincinnati, N W P A.Chicago
J V. Havkm oht. .1 H Mu.i.iKKS.
1) 1 A.St. LouIh, 1 P A.lxiulMvllle
U L Stone, Gen. I'aa. A(ct.
WANT KI) by Chicago wholeale
find malt order hotixe. iiMolxtant
manager (man or woman) for thin
county and adjoining territory. Sal
ary 20. (x) and ex pe linen paid weekly;
ex;H'tiw money advaiio-d. Work
pleanant; position iHTinanent. No
Invent nient r exHTlene required.
Spare time vnluhble. Write at once
for full particular und eiicbme -lf
addrefwd eiivelojK'. AddrenK, IJkm.
kiiai. Manaulh. l;'4 V.. Iike Ht.
Iou t Neglect Inaurance.
It you want good lire insurance,
dont forget that I iejrecnt one of
he best companies in the United
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