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Cl,AVIK A. llltOWM, Editor.
flnbscTlfrt-lon price fl.00 peryenr.
' F.nlered nt tho'. Kl.h IHIl pdsV-
xiy talk, homo comink
Kick WiUjfci3 su papeiL
'ureek lor JJich,
rrrU -f. i of; ;!
-i Scluqitz, ,o ,Saa , Frmxcjcp,, has
been convicted of extortion.,,.3
is only one who must realize that
' Iho" vay of' tlidf tra&grteior , is
" ' " There is an increasing fic&and
lor 'school teacher 1n ' thisi:state
now. The tendency ' ataong' tlje
' scholars seems I to Jia .-.tovcard
i other profession while this p-
portunity.ia being overlooiked.-; -
" ''Arthur Brisb&nd.ta .jourumal-
ist, hell an interview mifcli-i Mr.
.Mary, tt , Baker , , Eddy, L, he re
lnowne4 .phrjstiai cenji Jcad-
f(l jer, ', M.Wf,, K, W?.da.B'
both mind and body. lie. also'
states she talks intelligently in
" a ' cleat and logical' Wnner.- He
believes she is capable'of -taking
y"'care 'of 'herself,1 nkd ttd'nkk' the
charges against her ar c false.' ' ;
tlr r Wealth' surely coVera''tniilU:
tn'de of crime, as has been' notic
ed in the'recbnl'Thaw f case;" and
the Gould divorce smS. , Ihese
,;r; people of wealth, whose breeding
- t should place then! Above .par. on
their iinor&lsyseein-- io.ibe.aa.yul-
j,r gar, coarse , and depraved as the
4 .most . (disrespectable t:outcas&
puch 1'high . society ' is a cipak
that hides the deeus pi the weal
. .. thyt and, leaves the. appearance of
' President Roosetblt 'In llfs talk
c' to the -working men f rom his'car
"''' the other day, said ?UJ "Give your
r-' 1 wife ah "9-hour : "day.- I' have
' "mighty-little 'use - for 'the- man
who is always declaring hi favor
cf the 8-bour day.forhiiascJf and
c;:. does, not think any thin. at; allpf
having an 8 hour day iqr his.wi$a
fM Give fair play all around and. re
member i that ..the . .wpmen. , need
fair, play even more.than a. wan.
I believe in,adipur.4ajrfqr,the
man, hut I wapto see thejnau's
j' . ' wife'( have, as, 'good''sho'w Us, be
'j maiu, Remember that your'first
'l duty 'in.' being a pibd neighbot is
to be a' good neighbor 'to' tho.4e
' Vho , are nearest to ' ybu. ' Be., a
gooa neiguoor w your w;io apa
' ;.jnit i "i
Can This Be True?
4. Rev. ,Dr. Coiumbusl7. Good ton
..' Jy Kavo thfl churches and reiijnon
, quite a "slam. IIo stated UkU
mohttliMatres 'were .dcr.adih 1n
llieir influgnco,'and 'gainbling, hi
Hs' many form!?. , had become i
. great social pvil. ( Ije.also kiiow
ed'thpt the sirifoanol' conlen,UoB
,". between factions in a church r-r
among uio uiiierent cuurcuy,.1
was another evidence of decay.
' & change, '''esfieciiilly'in the iub-
-conciuaea oy wiuug nvw Vnrisi
'' "wks the Bavior' fdr-'all,' and fias
1 " Dette' knOWd toi 'somd-1n,-i tlie
factory' thail 'others,1 'savagos in
silk ' and' satin,1 1 who soiiietimes
'" santimoniously it iii 'the cush
1 'ioned seats of the isytiogogue."
1 Wo'needed 'holierimpuUes ind
new desires. ' t t'i !!,;!
, , M Altlifjugh, pia reverend paatvr
, ,. took a pessimistic view,of4Jio sit-,
, uation, much , of itg truej, ,i;vyer
, theless. , Jle was, fio.dpulj irue
to ..his convictions in the state
, ments ,fuid, - had .the courage- to
, denounce ,tliffi wrong. Many of
tlio evijs he juent,iuntfil arfjtdevel-.
fipmoniH j n on r modexa K cjvi !ia
, tion. , Thi ri'lj'iou ..that 'grants
cue the myjft piiviK-gt ct'ii)s to
1 he iJiqre popular, . cltJouU jWe
Ih-mo it is fho excfi'tiunal ate ii
.is aruini'nt, .ji!stt':ul , of , the
i . ' 'Ml
rule. 1 !
or Uacf ,ig
Will Not Take Water
Commence stack or rick any
way'"' you "wish,- tut when- you
have stacked up fivo or six feet
high,: just reverse the usual way
of stackjrjfa yr jvorkr, from thfc
center u uie outer euge, lnsieugi
of from the outer edge to thf
cttAer"!' WliW ' jbu" DogiH atf ' cen
ter to stick outlay down two or
three bundles ;a U.cxmter, sp
as to keep the center highasi,
witn a good slant to tne outer
edg9' !(. .: .i ..-r . .:! j
If, at any time, the outer edge
gets too highy stop before yott
gzt there- and go back to center
and Come out a gain.' i Be'surotio
keep the center high and the
outer edge. ow. trThis away is.
about the same as .one shock -on
top of another, only more slant to
the bundles. ..There, is no slip pi1
slide to the stack. : Ib is easy and
fast and sure keeps the stack
dry. It does not take an expert
to stack1 'this" 'way'.' ' .Almost ' any
boy fourteen' years. old, ought to
bo able to stack this way.
In this way of stacking, the
ops 'of .bundles 'cojae'ori top of
the butts olother bundkis, while
in the usual, jray, the tops are
under . the butts of bundles. I
tlyuk. it 13 very .easy to see how
easy it is to keep a good slant to
the outer .edQ of a stack by
working , from , the center out.
U you are stacking in the usual
way and the i stack -should begin
to slip, just . (ja to the center and
work out, .and see iiow quickly
you can slop the, slipping. Mix
it' Up-a -iittle.-' Work from the
center part oi the time. Try it.
to ;;(? . Peitchaed,
h ,i -u: .;,.! Randolph, Mo.
Street - Carnival Coming.
! For a big 4th of July celebra
t!6ri; Rich ITili will lead all towns
in adjoining 'counties this year,
The city ha Arranged with the
Brundage &, Fisher Amusement
Co. ; to bring their attractions
here for 'five days, commencing
TuesdayJuly 2d, which assures
us plenty of amusement for July
4th.: ; In addition to several high
class shows, the company carries
its ', own", band, ferris wheeL
merry-go-round, and will provide
free for the public two sensation
al acts,' one of which will be a
high dive by Capt. John M. Pat
tersqn.'and Prof. Jerome Abbey,
the upside-down man with the
educated feet. It
' r 'i Bfor and After.
' "Thrs is a frRt dlfferiire between
lh cUcot c( a woman before and
tt- marrlaje." remarked the tad
-y-l man - w'.lb th absot hair
"What's th , answer? queried the
youth who was on the yerg of gratia
atlng Irom a correipondencs school
"OIa womii a Ore dollar bunch of
flowers bfor msrrUge," explaJaed
the Vfty of the sad part, "and she
!!! kAjr : - "Qh, (hank you. George!
IJut.' rtally, ' I cannot allow you to
lna ao- mK-b money on me.' After
Wr-rlMr when 'George hands ber
sevpn-elghtha of his weekly salary she
liK ks t It TnUmptuously and says:
'Is tbt ul I getr".., ,
' Future Looked Dismal.
II N1oa,' a child bf five, was berom
tnic iaciruulnted wltk Ms Uncle Will.
They were conn!c5rinf questions of
earthly life. lth lu manifold perplei
lUeg and. ruls of conduct and the life
And liope in the her'hfter.' la an at
tempt tq niska the lle perfectly clear
to the boy the pnle iialj: "Now, you
know that your grsnacuntber la dead
Atid 'has Koaeto Hearea. After a
minute or two of deep hougM Nelson
looked up into his uncle's fare and
said: '"We'll neter see her again, will
we, Uhcle Will?" . .
Qood at Figures.',','
A lawyer In a seaport town adver
tised for an office boy. A lad applied
for the situation who had hitherto
bea employed la the uk-sI fish-mar.
ktit TU, bo)'oa bv.liig akd If he
..was a guod .writer, aowere4 n the
,a:ruiatlre. "And can you do men
tal arilbuietlc?" "J tliuk so, , sir."
"Well, what would pounds of sal
mon tit ooehaUcont' pound " her
"Had, sir," was the quick reply. 1 '
Eczema and Pile Cure.
FUKi: Knowing what It U to mif
fir, 1 v111k!'. I'CKi: OI" ClIAUCii:,
lu n. aiUilcti'd it j)(Hlv cure for
li'iftuu. NiH Jilivuni, ,i:ryfclM'J(w,
I'll"" UII Skill lllni'tl.-H. lllalxilil
rc;u-r. iocrt eun.r loimvr. writ
W. WiLutMe, ManhMttan
Avsaue, Nsw i'ora. toclosfl itatup.
Oil n..l.-i M' V!2M
yih-t.ir v.!,:,ivi l.iui ' .tr.'l
n .--(( ii r " 'AT
5 -Big Days-5
any day from
July 2 to 6
and have a
Grand. Glorious Time.
I I...- ,;)! ' Ml I
2nd to Stli
II L Y
Mrs Andrew Jhcnoii n Uitlni
n'U tires In Kmnarut tlt.y. M
Josm Cnmpbt'll, of rirnHtit 0p,
wns a Tlnltor In town Sundnjr.
Mm. F.lla Nlion and son, Kinmet,
of Ntrnii, nro vlnltlng relatives to
The inemler of the . E. Church
will rrlve u Mission Rally Rundnjr,
Iaw Hrownlnjr and son are haul
Inn; the Iron bridge work for the
Kansas City I5rlde Co. The brldjre
will be constructed acroxs the drain
AVru. Copland' famll were In the
News Is scarce ont our way.
Everybody U buy as boe
Mrs. Itud ynilth and dHtiglitcr
are down with the measles
Abe Tourtllott's family hare been
having a "measly" time the past
Jim Lowder and family vUdted rel
atives la Rich Hill Saturday and
Bob McCulloch and Noah Caton
were In town Monday, brlngln hofrs
Wheat Is ready tor the binder, hay
Is ready to cut and corn Is growing
Eliuer Ellis and wife, who have
been vlnltlntr here, retnrned to their
home tn Mineral, Kan. Sunday.
Mrs. Delia Beck went to Meti on
the noon train Sunday, to spend a
week or so with her daughter, Mrs.
Quite a number attended the so-
clal at Rearley church Thursday
night, although It was a rainy eren-
lnfj. Over twelre dollars was taken
In. Thl will go towards paying
for a new organ recently purchased
by that church.
1Y IXCMTUT rorsis.
Mrs. Francis Kerrens It on the
tic a list this week.
Mrs. Ada Hill visited with Mrs.
Miss Zylphla Hartman spent Sun.
day with Mrs. Minnie Terry.
Mr. Edward Kerrens and Bob
Holt were at raplnerllle Sunday.
Mr. Win. Douglas Is cutting wheat
for Mr. Albert Garrison this week.
Several Mission Ilranch people
were down to see the big boat
Mr. and Mrs. Hill and Mr. and
Mrs. fledge spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. llalley.
A crowd of people from Tnplns
rllle were up In our neighborhood
Mrs. Klda Hartman returned home
Wednesday from a visit with her
mother at Fort Scott
Mr. Karl Shehann, from Ft. Scott,
was here vlwltlng hU uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mm. Hartman, last week.
Cyrus Terry has bought a bicycle
with a headlight. Cy doesn't Intend
taylng at home; If so, why baa he
bought a bicycle and new buggy?
The wind and rain this week arera
to have drifted the oats so that tlie
farmers think that uuless tho wea
tlier ehang In a di'.y or two that
the oats and perhnps the wheat will
be damaged a great deal.
M1h fluth Itullnuch returned home
Saturday, after spending a week at
her Aunt let Neat's.
Will King U ready for hay harvest.
He bought a new mowing machine
at Wagner and Wlek's Monday
Rained so much the putt few days
that the fanners are rvsttng. Hut
the weeds grow Just the same.
James Hand was In the Foster
neighborhood Thursday and Friday,
visiting at James liorron's and
squirrel hunting with James II.
lloeier Dros. sold about 700 bu. of
corn to the People's F.levator Com
pany at 45 eta. per bu., loudlng the
corn on the cars at the Kelthswltch.
It rained so much we did not get
to attend the flower carulvul Friday
and Huturdoy, nor compete for that
prlsa that was to be given to an old
maid for the nicest bunch of pausl.-s.
One of our neighbors forgot to
close their sinoke-houe door the
other eight. A four footed thief
stole a hatn of meat. That dog
don't need auy t s paid oa bltu, be
should have a load of shot.
The little honey bee Is so contrary
Iw won't stay where you hive htm,
and won't let one work lu the gar
den. W. Wheat ley told his lit Us
son, Iru, that If be would work the
garden ouu afternoon, he would give
hi ui 24 it, for every time the bee
woulltli! tiw. TU littlo IMv
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Ul -Wi UTTERSON.
Wo call your attention to tho
great bargains that aro being
offered during this month in
We have one of the largest
stocks of Furiture ever in the
city. Look for our prices.
J. N. UTTERSON.
A. M. CLARK,
J. JVI. AXcItllloii. ,v. xvi. Gloria:,
t. J. 2VroKlttoti, 1. .X. dearie.
Join T. WIlMon.
A CARLOAD of BOXING
at a LOW PRICE. Just the thing
for chicken pens, hog houses, etc.
LET US SHOW YOU.
ptsonc3i Williamson & Montgomery.
See us for drain tile.
earned 1 23 and
Iorenta and Frank Wheat ley nre
the proudest boys around here
Frank has a new saddle, nnd Lon-n-ta
a new road wagon. If thow two
young ladles Lorema took driving
Sunday evening thrmuli the mud.
could have seen him Monday morn
ing washing that new buggy, they
would huvo felt sorry for Mm.
P. W. Lynch was up from Howell
county lot week. llervortn that
Mr. James Ilyan and family, nloo
I Me. Kjun's mother, Mrs. Jmla Hint-
maker, who were residents of Keith
at one time, moved to Texas about
12 years ago. They afterward ov.
ed back to Mlseourl ami will locat
In Howell county. They are now
now living In West Plains, couuty
seat of Howell county.
Thu young people of fteavley real
lied 12 00 from their supper lat
Thurnd'iy ulght They did well,
coiiNldertng the. rain nnd ugly cloads
hanglug overhead, which kept quite
a number at home.
Wheat harvest Is on this week,
then oats and flax, and corn not too
big to plow. What a busy time.
From July 2d to July 6th Hit h
Hill Kill havo a big street fair
and and carnival. On July -1th,
special efforts will bo iiado to
care (or tho hundreds who pre
expected to make Rich XI ill tin ir
headquarters lor Independence
Because) your system u exhausted &cj .
your powers of rettanco weakened,
It bu'JJs up and strengthens your entire system.
0 It ccnUins Cod Lirer Oil and I lypophoiphites so 5
5 prepared that it is easy to take and eny to digtiL X
' AlXDRUCXUTIi KU. AND I 0 f t
JITO. T. WILSOIf,
Tim You Can Depend Upoq
Is some thing everyone
need. To have confi
dence In a trusty time,
pleei means money and
We liavecoiinMutice In
our Hue of watches nnd
that It Is composed of
of Hintxltird umkes, ss
Elgin, Waltham, Hampden,
movements U euttleeot
proof of their reliability
the best line of Phonograph!.
W. 0. MVERLEV.
Have you nny old Cr;r
11 1 tr sllverapi one, watch
cuk-s or rlnus We pay
hliilu-xt market prlc for
An exchange says it takes a
tich man to draw a chock, a pret
ty girl to draw attention, a horse
to draw a cart, a porous plaster
to draw tho skin, a toper to draw
a cork and an advertisement !io
our homo paper to draw trade.
cough continue V