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ounce of Pro-
vcrilion is worth a
Doimd of Cure.
li :.! ft
lj worth tto io cnc3 health than anv othrr modlcine known.
I- Tici r-"!irptcrrftch v.ilh arsenic, ctoinrl, quinine ana
1.-V.;iIta:.o do f-v.--icm, karlna symptoms tht it takos year to
cl T.-jt-i. ticrCo lg purely veritable containing oouiiag
;-.:r! .thkJ 1j a pcnUj fcarmlcss purgative.
C n. T. fftj5T tUfNili-'AUUIM. CHILLI Ait
UiAO FEVER, DYSPEPSIA, MALA
RIA AND ALL LIVER COMPLALNTS.
Decs More Than We Claim.
l?n C. j.rorr is.m, Ilij-imrtre, II. wrlts: "I have
used f evrn.I bottlo3 cf Jiorbine myself and havoadvUwxi
Et'Tcral cf in.v f rion'la to uso same I ha.ro found it to b
tua Ik-6 n)'J:cino iur the liver I ever used. XtacUgenfc
ly iu tho s vno tirco thoroughly."
PLEASING PRICE 5oc HARMLESS
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The Kansas City Star and Times
The Star and Times, reporting the full twenty-four
hours' news each day in thirteen issues of the paper
each week, are furnished to regular iubscribers at
the rate of io cents per week.
As newspapers, The Star andjThe Times have 'no
rivals. No other publisher furnishes his reader with
the full day and night Associated Fress reports, as
does the Star and Times. This should recommend
the papers especially to the progressive merchant
I deliver both the Star and Times to the subscrib
er's door promptly on arrival of trains.
Give rne a trial.
Newman Gcssom, II. B. Marsh, DIstrl&ators.
! The Kcw York World
Items Cleaned From This Locality Many Rich Hill Readers Have'
and Sorted Out in Sires. Heard It and Profited Thereby.
"(lootl Nt'wn trnvi U f)it," iwul t tit i
thoiiNitniU of l'1 hack sufferers In
Rich Hill an ula1 to leuru tliat
TMHICB A-WEIK KDITION
was in town
ever ts-fore. lu the fourw of the
morv, thnnks to yrnr the Issues for the noxt gn-nt
l'llln. TlioimnndM ! l'ri'Htdfiitlal ramunlirn witt t fore-
The Thrlto-a-Week World expects
m-,.!nn tfoli n KnvoiU n-fii n prompt relief Is wUhlu tlit'lr irneh.1 to txj a Utter paper in 1907 t tin a
.Many a Mine, wchk ana ncnitiiz
liaok In lnd no
""rtrtll PKftirfli'tnn uaot fif. nvnfl!! Dunn' Kli1nir
Saturdiv afternoon. inreiemn!? ino koo new m t mmuowfii. and rvorjooay win ww
I 1 ...III. . J I M.. .. I.. . I I -
nit'dy. Hero Is nn .rxampln north
cer for Cutler Friday noon. rpading:
I J on n J. t erry, pnintrr, Jiruiron
Lesley lsaaReu, irom ice v,lnKton St., Han-Won vilU., Mo
country west of here, was mlHiiyn: "My ooi'iipattoa U hard ou
town Saturday. the back and ktdiiej M. I wan so bad
,1 with It I could lirt notiiiui; ann
Airs. II. it. Hincneu it ir Ucute twlnn- of pain would tntch
Chicairo, 111., Friday noon on a me la tint Binali of the bavk. Tlur
visit to relatives. I werw palas also lu the back of my
ini'cfc and bond, and occatduually
vjauao Alien, woum-u iu. v. dUl - There wr. a coutluual
arrived home from Kansas City I meai-lnon and i did not rest well at
Thui8dav noon. 1 nlhti. The kidneys were Inactive.
. . jibe wcretlons influent, and accuiu
xur. A. v. r uuon aepaneu ior Dn, - wu , r fou,, tt
Kansas City on the early Mcn-in)iolbk to nhako ot! the trouble
pay morning train.
Mrs. W. H. Allen and son,
Claude, were visitors at Pitts
burjr, Kans. Sunday.
"Gabe" Iledden, weather pro
phet and news purveyor of Fair
view, was in town Friday.
Robt. Sies, of the Hume neigh
borhood, was a passenger for
Kansas City Friday noon.
One of J. C. Taylor's delivery
horses ran away Friday after
noon. No damage was done.
uutil I cot a box of HohhV Kldiu-y
Fills. A finale box was quite nu(ll-
clent to free me from It. Since then.
I have felt us If I could not say too
much for Doan's Kidney nils."
For sale by all dealer. I'rlca SO
cents. Fuster-Mllburn Co., Kunui't,
New York; sole agents for the United
Kemeiu!er the name Doan's and
take no other.
to bo Informed. Tin Thrlre-a-Week
World, couilnjr to yu every other
dy, serves all the purnom of a
dally, and Is far cticajHT
The news service of this paper Is ;
CoiiHtatitly belnjc increaid, and It
reports fully, acrunitely and prompt
ly every event of Importance any
where la ths world. Moreover, ltd
political news Is Impartial, tviii
you facta, not opinions and wIhIips.
It tins full markets, splendid car
toons and Interesting fiction by
fllR 1'HHIl-r.-A-WKRK WORLD'S Tt'-
uliir Hiitwrlptlou price Is only f 1 00
per year, aim! this pas for IDS pa-H-m.
We offer this unequalled lieW
pscr and TtiK Kim 1 1 tt i. Thhicnk
toicether for one yer lor 91 35.
1 lie reKtilar sulMcrlitioo price ot
ths two papers Is S 00.
The Right Kind of Reading.
Regular reading makes a man
balance up well. Everybody
ought to read every clay even if
Watt Dawson, wife and child, only for 4 few minutes. The in
of Butler, spent Sunday here, formation thus gleaned tends to
visiting relatives and friends. I wisdom, and broadens the char
Mr. T. Crow, the oeannut man. actr- An acquaintance of ours
i. ...jj i rru .,..,,. t avury uusy inaa ucl-uu 10
He is reported better rtaa rcguiany ana Kyswmau
Misses Grace Hager. Beulah
Waller, and Mr. Fred Richardson
were passengers for Nevada
cauy. lie devoted thirty min
utes each evening, just before re
tiring to books. That amounted
to 152 hours of reading iu a
year, during which tiitv!ie"be
came familiar with the BiMe,
Shakespeare and several books
The Misses Gault and Mrs
Harry Gault, from tho country J0f travel. I Iol ton Signal
south of Sprague, were in town
.Saturday. I Joe March was a visitor at tho
A fine concrete crossing has county seat Monday. He recent
been made at tho west entrance ly returned from several months
nf fVntml Park- KWn tbo pood stay on the Isthmus. He held a
Frisco Time Table.
In effect tiunday, June 9, 1907
No. 112, PaemtijfiT 12.01 p. in.
No. U4, .Mixed 4 2i p. m.
No. im. Mixed 9.0 a. to.
No. 111. Fatmenarr 3.30 p. m.
No. 112 connects at Linton with
day trains for Texas and Oklahoma
No. 114 connects at ricasantoo
with fat trains for Texas and Ok
lahoma point, and for Memphis
and the southeast; also with local
passenger for Kansas City, arriving
at Kanxas tlty 10. 0) p iu.
l. It. (Vinovkr. Act.
Missouri Pactfio Time Card
A PROMPT, EFFECTIVE
REfiBOY F On ALL FORMS OF
Lurnbx;r ttclatloa, KettrBlgtm,
iiitlnr? lrohlr Cmtmrrit,
Ai:tota snsf LtkGrlppm
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suuni rclifl (rot.) ir.la. ttnUv iriiji.nc-ri(
r. -iUitS hrl Uir;tf im1'-W1 f Ukt. Iltf II Itt-
11:9 i.wouius uuOakiucuau'Jt rcwuiru U
Hum luen suui.
TEST IT FREE
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T.utijui.u. S'-lhl:ra N"'.rk'hl. i.iwt.. y
'J raub.o vr nn? ku;iir 1 n ; .. fi: ut
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lvt U Jour
, F-URCLY VECETABLE
"S-fkOi'S - H r :ii;ri r f "i f opium,
foru it, ii.ort'i lt.v luiWi;uui.
I l3S0 HiltffATiC CURE COXPMf,
We All Get 'Em.
a suDscnoer once received a
dun through the postofiice and it
i made him angry. He went to
I see the editor about it and the
editor showed him a few duns of
his own one for paper, one for
typpi one for fuel and several
"Now," said the editor, "I did
not get mad when these camo,
because I knew that all I had to
do was to ask several reliable
gentlemen like you to como and
help mo out, and then I could set
tle all of them."
When the subscriber saw how
it wa. ho rele jtfd, paid up and
renewed for another year. Ex.
Misses Kittie and Letha Dcla
mater arrived from Pittsburg,
Kans., Saturday, where they
have been visiting,
Mrs. Geo. G. Cook departed
government position on the canal
works. Mr. March S3ys the
health conditions are not so bad
as reported. Tho government
has cleared up and destroyed tho
tnosquitos and the sanitary con
ditions are much improved. Joe
mobtk noon. st. cons ami x. .
No. 204 leaves 1:10 p n.
No. 210 Leaves 9:.V p. m.
No. 206 leaves 5:00 a m.
WEST UOt'St, FT. SCOTT VKNTHAL.
No. 4 ;7 Leaves 1:45 p. m.
No. 409 leaves 6.05 a. m.
No. 209 Arrives t '0 a. ra
No. 207 Arrives 1:10 p. in.
No. 200 Arrives U.0O p.m
kast uor.ND, rr. is-ott ctnthau
No. 4,14 Arrives ....i;;4.'ia. ni.
No. 410 Arrives 8:4.1 p. u
It. A. lUu.ar. Art.
THE RIGHT REMEDY
f(SH STOMACH Tk'JUaLtS
1 HlMoa, HmA llrrslfa, Kei4t ri-noestallt
I ll. it iitt.if, 4.u t Mwwih. U, lirrlhurs, 1 I.
i . t l r L'fdT .i i- iH-!T ll'f; t. tu tt
I mllli--tl Hat..lU til vifrH vtf H jUi M ud
--i..t.l.ti in jt u-r. Lu.tAt e4 luiucb aiti
t "V IU TKK-CI'K If 10 ACT
A. A LilAL U ! i.l, 4 OS V I i , 1 oU
i UH L 69 t i SI
Vmr Knit br All Ir.te, t.!
f Or mI L ujideK rstMlW uf Aif if.
1 B WAhWN h CO , II-w.e h,t if RACK). Ill
Walnut Street M. E. Church.
I "re iching at tliis church each
Sunday at 11 a. jn. andAJ p. m.
Sunday Sc hool at 0.45 a. m.
Junior League lit 2 HO p. in.
KinvorthLeag-ouat 7:00 p. ni
Prayer intK-ti k on Thursday
evening at hflO.
Tin public aro cordially invit
ed to attend.
A. E. Ryan, Pastor.
l I Ui (. 1. 1., .J, '
l..r f,,, L, A i
I First Presbyterian Church.
Sunday School 9145 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Junior Endeavor 3 p. ti.
Christian Endeavor 7:01 p. m.
Preaching at g:oo p, m.
Prayer Meeting every Th msday
at 8 :oo p. m.
W. B. Chancellor, Pal tc r.
loa'C Neglect lusurauo ft.
It you want good fire iniur incf,
dont forget that I reprtKut or ie of
the bet cornpanie in the U nited
Gko. P. IlircKiiBY.
Fiicnda and iubcriler t.o hii
paptr wi!I confer a favor urvjii 11 a
ty otJetiinj their legal noiite.'
printed in tl.it paper. 1 'hey ci
tlun ce for il;eiijsilvei tr th
for Kansas City Thursday noon dts.-sn't think much of that coun-
on a visit to her brother, who is, try as a place of permanent
dangerously ill, and other rela- abodejutlor Times.
1 ilr. 111 t riKi'W oi aausus
W. O.Jackson stopped off here Ci. Ma nd Miss Maud Gan-
Saturday noon from Nevada, f Kansas Cit v. Kans..
where he attended some courtJwcrtj married at the home of the
business, lie went on to uuuer . . ,)ar0nt8v.jnesdav.June
V A. A. ' - .1
on vno nigns train. r.h Tlllv .;s;line
Mrs. W. E. r3ailej'. sister cf I Judge Alln Wright and family
Mra. A. C. TefTt, who has been and other relatives.
Ilre visiuhk ior some uuie, uv- ... j: . . t,Wklt Pr:vt(l fnml
parted for her home in Chicago, the Sutj Univorhily nt Columbia
J iiw.. i.'r , nv n.-.n In Kin a fin-1 uyn
- - " 1-
with friends here. She wil!
spend the remainder of her vaca
tion at Hutier. Miss Kula has
the same, tweet Mnilo for evry
Mra. Minnio Fillmore, of Iowa
who has been hero visiting her
uncle, Geo. Lawson and other
relatives, departed for her home
Friday noon. She was formerly
Miss Minnio Kent.
A. C. Cate, of Lallarie, Kans
is up on a visit to old friends. He
is enjoying li fo iu Kansas and
looks well and prosperous. H
reports everything all up and go
ing in his locality.
Liveryman Snuffer and a young
man named Pickett engaged in
fist fight on Park avenuo last
Thursday. The difficulty arose
over tho salo of a mare. They
were fined '
Tho Frisco time tabid has
changed tho time of train So,
ill, which has been leaving at
o'clock to J:a0 p, m., a h:iif hour
Tho Llk's hliow went off tino at
IJutler and Nevada. T110 com
pany made a hit us they tdway
Miss Ko.su iJisemnd brother
Will, of IIuujo were iu town last
kuulu'lf tl'uSaltf ,rrim - q
Ji U,. I ml Wat
dnotcd Mck BKMtlti to th M
work ol immtma maA pflionil
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