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No. 204 Lea res 1:10 p. m.
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No. 206 Leaveti........M. .6:00 a m.
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No. 437 Leaves ....J :4S p. m.
No. 408 Leret.nN..,.nM. 6:03 a. m.
No. 209 ArrlTes 1 :50 &. m
No. 207 Arrtres 1:10 p. m.
No. 205 ArrtTes U.-00 p.in
EAST BUl!MD, FT. H."OTT CKXTBAL.
No. 434 ArrlYes..... .....12:43 a. m.
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1L A..liAILET, Agt.
In effect Noreiutwr ll, liWo.
No. 144, IoMcutfvr, 12.01 p. in.
No. 134, Mixed 4 00 p. m.
No. 143, PoMnugvT A30 p. in.
No. 133. Mlied 0.00 a. iu.
No. 144 connect at l'U'Utanton
Villi dajr tmlus north and utU.
No. 134 conu'ji'U at l'lt-iutoiito'u
vlth fust trains for Texas unj Ok
lalioma points, aud fur Meuiphls
And the soutlieast; also with local
p(uwK.-cgvr for Kansas City, arriving
at Kansas Cltj 10.30 p. m.
0. 11. Co.noveh, Agt.
Eczema nnd Pile Cure.
FHF.R Knowlnir wlml It Is to snf
for, 1 will utve I KKF. OK CIIAKUi:.
to any allllotd a pwltlv euro for
l(-iiin. Silt IUkmiiu. l.rvHliM'laH.
lii.'M mi.) 8kln 1)I(hs. Iimtniit
ri'lU'f. lon't suffer loniror. wrtt
F. w. Wii.i.iamh, 4(X Manhattan
Avenuo, New Vork. EncliMw stairp.
The Life Itistiraoc
iuuiMIo has stftrted the public to
thinking. The wondi-rful sticct-ss
that has met Ballard's Horohound
Syrup In It crunade on ConRhn, Iu
flucnia, Bronchitis and all Pulmon
ary trouble has started the public
to thinking of this wonderful pre
paration. They are all uwing It.
Join the procession and down with
slcknef.. Trice 25c, 60c and f 1.00.
Sold by Opera Drug Store.
Head the Tiubcne. $1.00.
Don't Neffleci Insurauco.
li you wsnt good fire inurncr,
dont forget thst 1 represent one ol
the best compsn:es in the Uni'ed
Geo P. Huckeby.
(From last v k. )
Mrs. Ghi. H.irtirnin it
tho tick fit Mr. linrrisim's Situr-
A nnmbor of tin Mission
Iirnnch pooplo went to Papins-
vill M-nl;vy to soothe bin ilrodo
bat put in tlui whUt. AV think
they came Iminc imicli disnp
pointed for they had not sue erod
ed in RottinR the boat into thf
A horso turning sum mer-snnlts
is not a common tiling in this vi
cinity, especially such a one as
we witnessed Monday as Miss
Zylpliia liar. man was leavinjjtho
home of Mr. James U.iilcy. Ih r
Hon. V. O. Jarkson, of Cutler,
was in tho city last Friday.
Mrs. W. S. Stonobrakcr was
conlinod to lior homo last week
with a sprain'd ankle.
Mr. S. C. Lane is reported as
; still slowly improving from his
recent severe injury.
Geo. KaK-1-.traw, of Webb City,
: made a short visit to Kich Ilnl
i r.'lnthvs and friends lastThurs
day nnd Friday.
Mr Harve Johnson, of Butler
was a visitor at I he Home of her
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- Tbaoc Marks
'llll' Cothicmts Ac
vlrtiv avrtAtn our chhumhi frM tenlr m
UoMHrMlr omBtlnttL tlAlubOCH OBfiMili
ant fr. lMlmt fcfcwcf (of fHurinff ptfTt&.
pilnu XAMrm thrvuva Mna A Co. roir
tptnaituMiM, wll hot !. tsUi
cal.uoai of mr UBc toamal. TblUi
Tr : Irnt monUi. $1. SaM Bt all unMttlan
LOT Co.-Hrar York
BnweS Oa. S E BU WMktiwtos. D. C.
!The New York World
THRICE A-WEEK COITION
horse stumbled and fell thrnwinu: tiarents. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. El-
her under him. Miss Uartman liott last Friday returning to her
was not much hurt. home Saturday.
Mr. James Hill has returned J. n. WloMen and Miss Emma
home from Oklahoma where lv Duncan, ol Fiuiama, were marii
has been working with the cot t-d ly K . J. M. Clark at his res
ton gin for syme months. idenee in this city, Wednesday
A number of the fanners, who evening of last week.
as they say got in too great a Uuv Thl. UlIlR1 Telephone says: Mr
ry to plant corn, will hav.-t.. v A sl,.,vv llils i,)!st ovt,r fifty
plant it over.
Kuth Girrison and her sister
are on the sick list with the
Mrs. Bliss Kerns and Mi-s
Lolo Bailey called on Mrs. Hill.
A crowd of Mission Bi uii. h
P'Hple spent the evening isa'nr
day at Mr. Terry's t-nj o iiig t iu
phonograph music fui nihed b.i
Messrs. Kennedy and Terry.
Miss Kitty Bailey called
Mrs. Hedges, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kem;iy -;.-rt
Sunday with Mr. and Mi.
Miss Zylphia liar: man was the
guest of Miss Kitty B.iilev, S.it
t'oev i'HV '"i w'n.
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s0a and Last Lonrf
Bus Wfervcr Us KoglUh
The Thrlce-a-Week World expects
to be a better paper lu 19u7 itiao
ever before, lu the course i iue
year the Imues for tue uexi jj'eui
I'restdeutlal caiupHlgu will be lore
shadowed, and everybody will wish
to be Informed. The Thrlce-a-eek
World, coming to you every other
day, serves all the purposes of a
daily, and Is tar cheaper.
The news service Of this paper Is
constantly being Increased, and It
reports fully, accurately and prompt
ly every event of Importance auy
where la the world. Moreover, Its
political news Is Impartial, giving
you facts, not opinions and wUbos.
It has full markets, splendid car
toons and luteresllug flctlou by
Thk Ihkuk-a-wekk Wobi.d's ivg'
ular subscripilou price Is only fl.ou
per year, and tills pats for IM pa
pers. Wo offer this uui-quulleU news
paper and Tjik HUH lliu. Tuiuu.nk
together for one year for 1 &6.
1 he regular subwiiptiou price ol
the two puers Is S2.0U.
head f lu gs from some strange
malady. This section will sus
tain quite a os from the same
We print, ils week, another
interest irg i It.T from J. B.
Maieh, 'ion, Kui iirt-oil the Can-
;;! Z Co"e : '! ing :i trip lie
made ! -'n ;uu n-n! i:ily but feiv
of nut r l r ev.-r in mil (if be-.'ore.
La-l S. 'u-d a
(iiiy b''t i ii- im
M.Ul 1- Hi S..l-
pvr V. . .. a u :i
they Use , ... vku
tVlagt lcsis tVsy are sssls
from all wosl saatsrtals sarsaS
hf tas ipsclsl Clothcrsft prscsss
and faihls&sa by the ms
skilled of M! priced UWr,
..VI.. ..I ... VsrnA tV( S S
caM to r-ssr salts taat will Ct
and please yon at the start tad
if yon good, leal, satlsfacte7
The care exercised, la te
matlaj C3 we!l as la tie e
l?ctloa cf dl-vool matsrlol
raaSei tho rjoodaess polbl aad
Tie Qotkcrsft label Is oa over gannrt-locn for It.
Tesi caa have the taa-lsotae aathcrs.:; J; rlnrf Style RseH If
yem'll aiX for lu
Child ro Made suk by Kailog Judge Denton's paroles are no
Cattued c;-m. jokes. They give a roan a chance
Three little ' daughters' of T. to stay out f jail, but he must
Anderson, rcsidin- on t!ie IVatt behave, walk straight, keep at
fa-ruin Hudson township, were 'kat some kind of honest la-
, bor, and not sgain violate the
mad' quite sick a fe.vdvsngo , . ,
.from ptomaine i-ison resultipg teruiofcourt anj uiake pnxf of
vxs pensin f,.ou, cting canned oth. pXH cinduct and failing to do so
am out nice
1 up 'lieir pa
ii iil.H-iUre as
imvn.Uin was upp -ed t. I..-n.. ash s. Dr.
Tlie tine., childi'en were inken the full sentences must be sen.
down a1 tin- same 1 1 ! wit 1 1 what
r- tit l l '
(lie Jy..; ol r.: "Uocle Sum" : Mi" ,:,1,,u. Unl
... .vin I it. iin4 a kf luii.nli 111 till . -I-
is a p. ii.ii i i .i.t.v txg Hearted " i
mhI g-'ii- r. u-.
ed out. - Henry Co. nepublicao.
Imp ri. mi.
; n i f
larged pupils of llie eyes up u.
in vet U'.il i. in diiNfred t h it Lli
H.uv.. J...,h nnd Misthel chi,an. h ul U-en citing canned
corn which unqu sti.nall car-i-oiii.-
ii . tivm; l-ir foilun.i'
If you suffer from llheumatlsiu or
pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment
will bring quick relief. It Is a sure
cure fur sprains, HheuumtlHiu, Con
tructed luumles uud all pulns and
within the reach of all. 1'rlce 25c.
60i-, 11.00. C. K Kmlth. Teaaha.
Texas, writes: 1 have Uih-,1 Itullard's
Snow Lluluu'iit lu my family tor
years and have found It a Hue reme
dy for all pains and aches. 1 recom
mend It for pains la the chest."
Hold by Opera Lrug IS tore.
State Supei iiiii-ndi-i.t i 1VW
lie School, II lArd A G . , 'H
pre, i 'i i' .
euac-'fu by ... i... .. .s . .
iv e i e
. v. J
ni.uii.d ut the
M t'l irlf on the
ii--, i.i si 1 .Hi i -il.iy
oi.ee t-:iii !,-i upon their
liie li Oe;ii.iUilg hoUM)'
' y, .. .I ..:,r.requ.., ey.
lO.'Cplli j.' Ill I U
.1.1. .. . ...
i l luinislxd
which affect thu aeli-mU of tue rt:nl . Fraaiiau, bruuier-in-law
state, ine diii wmcn a net is f j,.,, j.(S. i;,)iu;ir Wt.re jn the City Journal,
more schools and is more far-1 t.ity ia,t WCt k frul Mexico , Mo. ,1
voo i n rnr - iii: Mi 'in urw .. . . m i
-i-""e,i -j iL1 aueiiuaiici- at ine iunerai oi
other measure adopted is the one deceasi d. Tin
rw oi i!n hill--g:ii 'vcm. r
d very quickly nf" r being pr p
.-ic ire't -A. whil i 'i I lnrd has
o-i : wcl! T-i l i
W .-.i . .iiff . 'filler . . f il -eWfv
pains iu her bow Is. Appl.Um
THE CHIUJRtM'S FAVORITE TOKlC.
OaItcrdSnon Liniment Co
t, toias, use.
Opris Drug Btore,
wlucli provides lor an ci;lii Saturday and
months' term of scbo. l in e-.ery ' t;!0V ni.
district where a levy of 40 cents
on the $100, together with the
public funds will besufilcient
This bill simply changes I he
word "six" to "eight" in neciion
0751, and requires school boards
to have an eight months' term of
school aud makes a levy of 40
cents if so much is necessary.
'hey returned home! S
dren with th.ui and will provide
tiiem wiili g'id homes with their
i . .1 T I
! Anoiner L.aior vnion to oon-1
sist of manual lalnirers, was or
ganized last Thursday evening
with Win. Chester, 1'res.j Bert
Bauer, Secy, and Ld McKeynoIda
j Fin. Secy. There were 24 char
All employers of j
........ i ..
Tl.i- mui th.it murv Kel ,. u .1 l ' u' ' "
district in the state must levy AO j h'bv tnl to roin ,
will mot i hinp. i no oojecv oi in
DO YOU READ
cents unless a smaller levy
be sufficient for an ciht month,
term of school.
. . i
organization aru aiHul the aame :
as those of other labor organlza
S - o
I Tak6 Your Home Paper First
I The Kcnsas- Citr Star and Times I
g , . ,Th- Star pnd Time, reporting the full twenty-four o
g . , hour'-pew$ fa;b day J.a thirteen isiuei of the paper O
etch wek, art furnished to regular subscriben at v
'. . . th, rats of iq cents, per week. i
. At newspapers, The Star and, The Times havt no o
J . rivalj. Jfo other publisher furnishes his reader with
o ' ths full day and night Associated Press reports, as ?
does the tar anj Times. This should recommend
j tfc fapers especially to the progressive merchant
j ' ' ' 'ani farmer.
eclair tctlf the Star And Times to ths subscrib
- - tr's doCr yxOLVflly oo Arrival of trains.
I; 1 '- ' Cite "u: a' trial. '
The large country residence of
Dr. S. L. Standish, wet of Imle-1
pendente church, caught on lire
from an incubator, Tuesday even
ing, and was burned to the)
ground. Most of the contents ;
were saved. No insurance. This j
was a hn largo house, and the
loss will be quite largo. Hume
Ths Summer Term at the State
June 6th to August 14th - 60 days.
I!. D, Marsh,.
a . ... ,
w , V ,f 1
All the Regular Courses wtll be
offered and NINE Special Coui.es
for Teachers. Some special fea
tures never offered before n a
Credits on h'ormal Diploma and
Credit on THREE approved
subjects for County and State Cer
tificates. Send for Summer Term Bulle
l.v ry Wind True.
As a rule, editors are the first
toh an of gossip, indiscretions I
of inei: and 'voiin-n, hundreds of
I dings to' .illy unlit for publication
of imriguis, clandestine meet
ings, niv?ht buygy rides, young
girls gone astray and tho flirta
tion of married men and women;
in fact, all the scandals that come
up. The average newspaper man
generally finds out all the naugh
ty doings, no matter how secret
ly they are planned and kept. If
the papers would publish half of
the stuff they hear, there would
be ten divorces where there is
but one now. There would be
social ostracism of many who
now shine in upperdutn. There
would be shotgun matinees,
lynching bees, hatchet parties,
gore, imprisonment, desolation
and misery." The editor learns
nearly all of tho sin aud, hypo
crisy of life und it's a wonder
that ho believes in man, woman,
witch cr devil; in heaven or hell.
Many people continually find
fault with newspapers when as g
matter cf fact, they owe their
very standing to the cditorlaj
wanly basket. Lamar Hral'l.
HAND IN YOUR
$1.00 Per Year