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to WofIs On
,Work! Work!! Work II!
Lots of energy is needed to keep np the pace.' In
the struggle, the man with thcrtroni body and char
brain wins out every time. '
The man of to-day needs something more than
were food ; he needs a food that makes energy a food
to work on.
Although some people may not realize it, yet it is'
a fact, proved and established beyond doubt, that soda
crackers and this means Unocda OlSCUlt are
richer in muscle and fat-making elements and have a
much higher per cent of tissue-building properties
than any other article of food made from flour.
That this is becoming known more and more every
day is attested by the sale of nearly 400,000,000 pack
ages of UneGda OfSClilt the finest soda cracker
ever baked. An energy-giving food of surpassing
valuesold in a package which brings it to you with
all the original flavor and nutriment perfectly pre
served. Truly the food to teork on.
Whoever you are whatever you arc wherever
you work Uneeda Dlscult
. .,, -JlZfJi
shows that 5,000 teachers, or
nearly one-third of tho total
touching force of tlio State, ore
driven to Rook more remunera
tivo position every year, leaving
their places to bo filled by inex
perienced and cheaper instruc
tors. In 9,0u0 schools of the
Stato the teachers teach what
ever they wish to and in their
own way, with apparently no in
telligent supervision whatever.
There is little doubt that tlio
Legislature, if tho matters were
brought to its attention in the
right way, would gladly enact
some of the measures suggested
Mr. White, among which are the
reorganization of the district
school system, a minimum sala
ry law and the increase from one
third to at least two fifths of the
total revenue available for school
The elimination of politics from
the public schools is devoutly to
be desired, but the dominant
party has so signally failed to
manage the school system as it
should be managed that the
wisest solution of the problem
appears to be the election of of
ficials representing the party
which has a reputation for doing
things as they should be done.
Kansas City Journal.
MfHIntr lnt of Court.
Climit court iiiti-t la Kiitlcr lt
Monday In tVliruary, May and
County court meet 1st Monday lu
IVtirunry, May, August and No
Probate court meet 2nd Monday
In February, May, August nud No
Meetings of TowurIiIp Hoard.
Flrwt Wednesday niter first Tues
day In April.
First Tuesday niter first Monday
Third Monday of November of
each year at of'lee of tho towunblp
Via the Missouri 1'aciHc It. It.
Special Honieseekers rates to nil
points west, south nnd souihwect,
tickets on sale June 5 nnd 19, July 3
and 17. A us. 7 nnd 21, Sept. 4 ami 1.
Uct. 2 mid 10. nnd Nov. 0 and 20 at
very low rates, via Mo. Tac
it. A. Baii.kv, Asent.
VitJ laoilel, SKttU-a of i I (to tl lovfuiitM
r (rrvport oa mtntMlUT. Korfrtob
Now t,Ti Mfnrakr It f I- RUA m
AVc are anxious to have every
Republican in close touch, and work-
Rich Hill Lodge No. 479, A F & A
M., meets 2d and 4th Monday olgbt.
ing in harmony with the Republican ! W. F. Tygard, W. M.; B. Dirk. Sec,
atonal Congressional Committee in ; nich Hill Lodge No. 412, I O O F
favor of the election f a Republican , meets every Friday night at Odd
The Congressional campaign must
be based on the administrative and
Fellows Hall. T Kelso, N G; L F
Itleh Hill Lodge No. 2S9. K. of P.,
C; John Connelly, K.
legislative record of the party, and, ! mwU every Tue8(3ay night. Ed Mc-
that being o, Theodore Roosevelt'a
personality must be a central figure
and his achievements a central
thought in the campaign.
IVe desire to maintain the work of
this campaign with popular subscrip
tions of One Dollar each from Repub
licans. To each subscriber we will
nd the Republican National Cam-
4ij,u jcxi oooKsnaaii cocument :i
issued by the Committee.
Carty, Jr., C.
of K and S.
Osnge Lodge No. 61), K of P meets
each Monday night. Julius Elgert,
CC;EIt Tarver, K of K and S.
Klch Hill Camp No. 1941, M W A,
meets every Thursday night. W W
Ferguson, U; J K Martlu, Clerk.
Pine Camp No 84, W O W meets
i; every Wednesday night. Wui Burns,
C C; Watt Dawson, Clerk.
Victoria Camp No4kSKoyal Neigh
bors of America; in-eta 2a and 4tli
Homes for Hoys Wanted.
We have on hand a very tine
lot of boys of all ages, from one
month to twelve years of age.
' . We are putting them out in care
Rich Hill Aerie No o71. Fraternal fu"y selected homes. They are
Order of Engles meets every Wed- placed on three months trial,
nesday night in K P Hall 69. Wiu All it costs to get one is the
H Linn, Prea; W Frank, Secy
Rebekah Lodge No 210.
1st and 3d Wednesday nl
month in Odd Fellows
II Williams. N O: Mrs Alice C Martin
j-cv. Mo., State Superintendent of
Gen Cnnby Post No 10.G A U nit The Children s Home Society
1st Saturday in each month at 8 p.
inwta the .ouh-ed. For terms address Row
htM of rnch r- c. 44 1
I I (ill M J '' U'li't 4'illlf,HH.VVll M1IV
ewstead Avenues, bt. ixnns,
m. R L McMurtrv,
P C; Geo P
Subscribe for The Tut bun e.
Parslmouy Toward Education.
Uy the AssUlnut Secretary
tho Drparlineiit of tlio
liila us achieve a
- o - - ..ww.. ' Dors 01 America, ni"vi .u oimiiu
James S. Shekman, Chairman. 1 Monday nlgnts In K P (289) Hull.
P. O. Eox ao6j, Kew York. S Mrs Millie Hlckey, Oracle; Miss
.'Nancy Huckeby, Recorder.
Itcpresentatlve Gtn, Cuurch.
tireuit Judge C. A. IK-nton.
Probate Judge J. A. f Hirer.
heriff i. K. Morris.
Circuit Clerk C. M. Mrkley
Couuty Ck-rk J. F. Jlcrre!.
IjfconW T. K. I At ,le.
Treaar W. EL f -ll.
I'ru. Atty .t. K. Ludwkk.
School Cum, !. ivi-n.
cUirwyorrJ. II. Uorrou.
AdniluUimii- s. T. BroaJJue.
CoronurroW. H.. Alien.
4'reiUi.H- J-uV e-J. W. MrKadd.w.
AeautliUii " Jika Arwhtroug.
" P. A. Uruce.
Wan i to Two youtifj men o
(ravel for a large Chicago houe. and
learn a good buiinesi in wljich
promotion can ioon be had. Lib
eml cornininion from the .tart.
L C. PtMiLKTON, Manager, Gen.
Del., Joplln, Mo.
, i Depend e n t V a rents.-
J. U. White, Republican nom- Claimant, a criminal and crook,
inee for State Superintendent of served in some prison from the
Public Instruction, calls timely time his son was four months old
attention to the inadequate until his death; never saw or
wages they can hardly be called heard of him but once during that
silaries- paid to school teachers period; never contributed tolas
in Missouri. The facts speak , support, nor did said' sen, who
Opposite U. S. Patent Off.co
WAonlNCiTON O. U.
FriNco Time Table.
In effect NorcmUr 19, 11KC.
No. 144, PiiHsenger 12.01 p. m.
No. I"i4, Mixed 4 (K) p. m.
No. 14:1, PnKwngvr .I.r.o p. in.
No. 1V1. Mixed U.00 a. in.
No 144 connects at Plcasantou
with day trains north and south.
No. l.VI connects at l'lensnnton
wltlifant trains for Texas and Ok
lahiiina points, and for Memphis
and the soiithenHt; also with local
pnnHengiT for Kansns City, arriving
at Kansas City 10 .1) p in.
G. H. CovovrH. Act
We luve quite lot of blank
Aflulavit, Ud and Gai Irara.
Frm leae., Otih of Oince, Ststf
ment ol election rxprnxrt that we
will t ll to those nrcding ame, a
low can !! gotirn any whrre
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
TO POINTH IN
ARKANSAS. INDIAN TERRITO
RY, OKLAHOMA, MEXICO,
TEXAS, NEW MEXICO
November 6 and 20.
December 4 and 18.
Liberal Return LlrnlU,
For rates and further Information
V D Rush. H C Baii.kt,
I) P A, Cincinnati, X W P A.Chlcngo
J K Davkm-ort, .1 H Mii.r.iKE!.
1 P A, St. Louis, D P A, Louisville
C L Stoue, Gen. Paa. Ajrt.
WANTED by Clilcasro- wholesale
and mall order house, assistant
uiauagi-r (man or woman) for this
county and adjoining territory. Hal
ary 1 3). 00 nndcxpense paid weekly;
expense money advanced. Work
pleasant; position crninnent. No
investment or experience required.
Spare time valuatde. Write at oneo
for full particular and endow self
addressed envelope. Address, (Jen.
khal. Manager, 134 I. Iake H t.
Don't Neglect Insurance.
It you want jfood fire iniurance,
Hont forget that I represent one of
he hrt compan-e in the United
UEO P. ItVlXEBY.
mmM ! iMtr Myk awwn tt4 mm$ ii iff.
awWtnW I ar MfeMW .4i' ai
JUch Hill Ix)dge No. 1, Select
K nights and Iridic, meet 2d and
4th 1'rlday evenings. F H Chever
ton, Vres; W G Myerley, Sc.
Rich 11111 Council No. 2184, Amer
ican o'td meets every Tuesday
evening.- W McMauu, Pre; I'ou
liasore, 8t 'C
Rich Hill :mp No. 217, A O U W,
iin-ets 1st au'd d Friday uight of
each mouth. H M Woodson, M W;
i (i Cook. Ktur.
Royal Arch Ch.Mtr A V &. AM.
No 105, iiieit lt Wednesday utgut
In each mouth. W T Tygard, HP;
1) It Hlckey, Secy.
Order of KastvrnSt t meets 2d and
4th Tuesday night in h mouth.
Mrs 1) K tsnmlley, W i i -Mr W 11
ltkh Hill Council No bt'V Knight
and Ladies of SSecurity. r1 1st
iiii.l art Suturdiiv of wich BouU.
J Hell man, Pres; Naucy E .MHIuiau,
Cheap One-Way Rates
West and Northwest
MONTANA, NEVADA, ETO.
September 15 to October 31, 1906.
Ask Any Frisco Agent or
Writo tho Undersigned.
lieu"! l'iiiM'J!ger Agent,
HT. J . or IS, MO.
AVt tieu'l PiUMM-Utfer Alfl,
K.NS.I CIW, MO.
Geo, B. Co.nover, LQcaUt.
eloquently of the inefficiency of
Democratic administrations in
dealing with tho matter so far as
it is within tho province of pub
lic officials to do so.
Nothing could bo truer than
the statement once made by ex
Governor Crittenden, of this city,
that "parsimony toward educa
tion is liberality toward crime."
It is bhown by cold atatistics that
whiloonly I states in the Union
recuivc more from local taxation
for their schools than Missouri,
twenty-six states spend more,
and thirty-two spend more per
pupil. This showing does not
redound to the State authorities
who have charge of Missouri
Mr. Whito points out many in
stances where a progressive,
wide awake superintendent of
public instruction could at least
tall the attention of the Leyisht
iure to evils that might easily be
reruedied by proper legislation
and vt tuld in all probabilite be so
remedied If they were presented
in tho proper light.
The school boards of the vari
ous cities are for the most part
up V) date, and no State in tho
Union lias better public schools
in the large cities than has Mis
uri. It is in tho country dis
tricts that tlio right liind of a
SU-tc superintendent and the
right legislation are so
badly needed. Mr. WhiUi points
out that the average wage of
country .Vmchers i -1 1 la"r
year, and that forty-seven teach
er receive but $100 per year,
whilo coal miners receive from
fctiOO to fct00, the farm laborers
. Perhaps tho u't stiihing
statement inado by Mr. White
tor W r i.kow tjf .
14? AffMtf Wal4. Kw
Vbwal ch iwwn. f'r C
was 1 years old when he died,
ever acknowledge his obligation
to, nor did he contribute to his
father's support. He cannot
therefore be held to have been
dependent on said son, whom he
ho abandoned, for support with
in the meaning of tiw pension
Skuvick. Claimant was en
listed as a substitute in the ser
vice of the United States and
was carried on tho rolls as such
for a period of more than ninety
days, when he was discharged as
rejected for disability by a board
of inspection. He was not as
signed to any company, amine
did not serve in the military sit
vice in the sense contemplated
by tho act of Juno "J7, 1pIK. and
is not entitled to pension.
1 Jki m riCKSKM knt. Where bu
reau officers have fairly noted in
the exercise of discretionary
judgment in passing lipou evi
dence, in the absence of proof of
fraud upon tho p'jrtof tho claim
ant, no future discovery of Ujtj.
mouy which tends to discredit
that first acted upon can author
ize reimbursement to the Gov
ernment from ucerucing pen
sion. Maki;i.u;k Illinois Mis
soi'Kl. In either Illinois or Mis
souri, where a marriage duly and
formally entered into is shown,
a divorce from a prior marriage,
will, in general, be presumed in
order to sustain such marriage.
JJKShjurioN MiUTAicy auk.
Soldier, being under 1H years of
age, enlisted May 'A 1KM, and
deserted from said contract on
Man e 'jr., 11. His oath of n
listment si t forth that ho wa
1 years of age, and th.it ho is
bound under tho provisions of
thg uct cri'tbruary ill, ItUS.
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