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ihan pood health? All (lie money In i world can't makfl
hpp!n"s whfro liralt.li is unknown, Ballnrd's Snow Unlmciit
I TflPC Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Sprains, Neursljtfa,
Ll I vPSor"- St'f' Join. Contracted Muscles, Lame
One Who Knows.
J. O. Scott, RftltLalteCitT, Tlah. writes; " I cannot'
too hiirhlr praise your J?iia,rU's Snow Liniment lor
the rulief of acut rheumatism, canned by sudden chanfra
and exposure to the -w eather. I alo recommend your
Hallard's Horeln.und Syrup lor coughs and colds, i
These used topMher defy all rain.
GET T1IS OCNUINI2. Three Sizes 23c, 50c, $1.00
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
500-502 North Second Street,
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
Sold and Recommended by
OPERA DRUG STORE.
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obtaining a faultless complexion
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master minds of the ORIEN
TALS and GREEKS.
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If work and at great expense,
to is the method used by the fair
est and most beautiful women of
Hundreds of American women
now use it have expressed their
delight and satisfaction.
This secret is easily' under
stood and simple to follow and it
will save you the expense of
creams, cosmetics, bleaches and
forever give you a beautiful com
plexion and free your skin from
pimples, bad color blackheads,
etc. It alone is worth to you
many times the price we ak you
to send for the genuine diamond
ring of latest design.
Wo sell you this ring as one
small proiit above manufactur
ing cost. The price is less than
one half what others charge. The
recipe is free with every ring.
It is a genuine rose cut dia
mond ring of sparkling brilliancy
absolutely guaranteed, very
dainty, shaped liku si lk'kbi-r
Tiffany setting of 1-JKt. gold
shell, at your local jeweler it
would cost considerable more
We mail 3-011 tiiis beautiful
complexion recipe free when
your order is received fur ring
and in money ordcr.stamps
or bills, (jet your order in be
fore our supply is exhausted.
This offer is made for a limited
time only as a means of uJsei lis
ing our goods.
Bend today before this oppor
tunity is forgotten.
T. C. MOSELEY
W Katt Slrd Street, New York City
Real Estate Transfers.
James Ililtou to C L Craig lot
7 and 8 block 17 Sperrys nd
Isaac Perry to C L Craig lots 5
una" 6 block 17 S perry's ad
Cora Murphy to D J Crouch lot
2 block 4 Christina & Condee
Peter I) Ililhart to Nannie
Smith lota 1 aud 2 block 7
Cornelius Porter to O P Fritta
2J a nee 41 Elkhart
EE (iilmoreto F M Gilpin pt
lots 91 and 100 Adrian
E A Held to J F Fnthey part
blk 6 Ueesof ad Hume and
tract hoc 8 Howard
C J StandUh r J T Lee 40 a
see 28 Wulnut
CF l'harirtto Geo Fittceruld
37 a cc o Hudson f 100 and Kx.
Elisabeth Simpson to II Kirk
lot 1 blk 104 Jtich Hill 350
Items Oltjin il From Tkis I or.futy
mi, I ;i U .1 Cat J.j S7r.
t . 1 . .k 1 111.1.1.M Wits a pn.sM'ii-
ger for Nevada Saturday noon.
Mrs. J. 1). Allen, of Butler,
was nn arrival Friday noon.
Dr. L. L. Ames arrived homo
Friday from his extended visit.
Rev. Blalock was an arrival
from Eldorado Springs Saturday
Mrs. E. W. Wright was a pas
senger for Kansas City Saturday
Miss Gladys Long, of Coffey-
ville, Kan., is here visiting Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Benedict.
Miss Hook, of Appletcn City,
13 here on a visit to the Misses
Bennet, of tho South Side.
Miss Agnes Munson arrived
from Iola, Kans., on a visit to
Miss Blanche VanBuskirk, who
is here visiting her relatives,
Sam Miller and family.
For Sale Cheap, a seven room
house and barn on lots 1 and 2,
block 115, Rich Hill Town Com
pany's ord addition. Address
owner, Mary Olson, No. 413,
Soutn 2nd West St., Salt Lake
City, Utah. -It
The Rich Hill Post Office has
moved from its present location
to the Klumpp building, on the
corner of Seventh and Park Ave.
The building has been repaired
and the interior painted and pa
pered, and it will be a fine loca
tion. The owners of the build
ing just vacated tried to raise the
rent on Postmaster Huckeby, so
he concluded to move.
frifC Tu ouu-n f.r coll, ting tijun.-. -ti.t
Imiii. m-iiU yir limine lo Ujy I.., t.u
ricw f Ijn of tottf profit nt )rlr ,nk Wrur n
01 . A4.1ic. U. T. MOItXtt , I'i. Miiutn Ucj i.
j K ijij Mi or I, New J oik C"J.
t " Tnor Marks
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' Copyrights Ac.
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tl 't. ir tfl ' i"iU'lnl ittl. IiAfjlJ! COK ' I slaub)
frt'.il if '. l 1l -!.' I. .f . Ul K-K IMltMlld.
A htiltniilf lllintf r.(y w"-k f. I nrrtutt ttf.
ruirtU.-'i t.f nf t j'' trim). 'I i-t f ft
W. W. Cheverton, a prominent
farmer and stock raiser near
Rich TIU1, was the guest of King
Stark and family in this city a
half a day the middle of last
week. Mr. Chevertoa and Elder
Stark are old time friends, the
former being one of the promi
nent members of the Christian
church when the latter held a
pastorate at Rich HilL He re
turned to his homo at Rich Hill
Wednesday night. Cass County
Seldon Barrows arrived home
Friday morning from Lake Ge
meve, Wis., where ho attended
the Y. M. C. A. conference. Ho
has been attendi ug Westminster
College, at Fulto n, for the past
year, and will .leave tho tetVf
part of tho we ek for Buffalo,
Kas., to work luring vacation.
Seldon. will get t 0 the top of the
ladder of suctTsi whether there
is room fur him r not.
Dr. Marquis, o.f Balm, Mo., is
hero to take ch: irgtf of Dr. Ian
caster's olUco while tho doctor
takes a much -aoC'iUwl rest. Dr.
Marnuis is a quiet ax.' d pleasant
gentleman and has already made
many friends in the --ity. He
likes the town und mitYhv locate
hen. He is the father-.'n-Mw to
Prof Geo. S. Smith, of thi fity.
C. E. BramJctt, of Min. "r
..Kans., who ha been here vi'wt
ingChas. Gaunaway and other
departed fur his home Saturday'
noun, lie is state inspector of
factories in Kansas.
f Mrs. (J. A. Hemtre et, of Ap
pletonCity, arrived V riday noon
on a visit to Mrs. ft Johannes.
Miss Ethel Pratt, -of Appleton
City, is In tho city -isit.uig Miss
Rev. Father Murphy went to
Nevada on the no. ,a train Satur
A PROMPT, EFFECTIVB
REMEDY FOR ALL. FORMS OP
H Lumbmwo, Solmftam, Murmlelm,
K1dn9 Trvbl, Vmlmrrn,
Amthmm mhI LmQrlpp
GIVES QUICK RELIEF
AptHeJ extr rnllf H affords slmcst to
swot r. lli't from a. nhil tmiioD
reKUitn r. bln e!T--id 1J tli It lo
toroully. purlfylrg the b:xd. loltltig
tan polwoout ubMtuokoi rauux U
TEST IT FREE
If rou r u(Tnrlnf with Kheoirttni,
I.ua buto. S.-)'.ic. Nourml. Kiiluey
Troubia or n klndfKj H". r w
ut lor t trial botu Ol "-LaorS." S
ut ll JOUIttlt.
g-OROr" I11 nire!7 re o otilom.
ooru.ee, Dior t blue, itloobol. Uu1iiuiii.
mtnl older itutliM' innrrtlienU.
Larc.olir Itadtt. "WiMWilM Dwm)
tWUSOl RritUMATIO cuRicoicrm,
Some G00J Adrlce. 1 rr.:-r"-'";;
Ju tg W'iffot'd, of KftriMti City
tj'toii.'d ie crying tho follow h1,"
'T've b'"n mi tho L elicit bete
4 years, and in tl t time thou
sands of boys havo been brought
beforo mo, but not ono of them
was a constant attendant at
hurch or Sunday school, or
obedient to his father and mo
ther. Start right, boys. To be
anybody, to accomplish any
thing for yourself or your com
munity, you can't bo idle. Don't
drinkliquor destroys tho mind
and body. Don't swear gentle
men don't do it. Don't road
rashy literature it leads to the
devil. Don't hang around sa-
oons good men don't go there.
Whenever you see a roan lying
around a saloon, the devil is after
him. and will get him sooner or
ater. Be honest about all
things. Poverty is a blessing to
most of us, although we seldom
realize it. Poor boys make the
best men. I have inquired of
many boys what caused them to
get into trouble and hare found
that in most cases idleness, stay
ing out of school, pool, hanging
around saloons and cigarette
smoking are responsible.
"The greatest evil which now
affects this country is the abuse
of whiskey. Everyday men are
swimming to the penitentiary in
whiskey. How can any young
man expect to be any account in
this world when he swaggers
around with his hat cocked on
one side, a knife and pistol in bis
pocket, and his stomach full of
Both Spread It On.
What a howl would go up, re
marked an editor who had evi
dently had experience, If news
papers would criticise the indi
viduals as freely as the people
criticise the newspapers. Every
issue of a live and reputable news
paper is a mantle of charity; and
the mutter left out, truth.not gos
sip, would more than equal in
volume that published. If an edi
tor could get out a'cold fact edi
tion of his paper some day and
then get up in a tree and watch
the result wow! What a picture
'twould be.- Ex.
DO YOU READ
HAND IN YOUR
THE RIGHT REMEDY
FOR STOMACH TROUBLES
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Fnnco Time Table.
Io effect Hunday, June 9, 190.
No. 112, Passenger, 12 01 p. m.
No. 114. Mlxt-d .. 4 80 p. m.
No. 113. Mixed 9.30 a. re.
No. Ill, PiiBnenger 3.30 p. t.
No. 113 connect at l.lnton with
day trains tor Texas and OkUhora
No. 114 connects at I'lessantoo
with lart trains tor Texas And Ok
lukoiua points, and tor Memphis
and the southeast; il"0 with local
pHMcnuer tor Kansas City, arriving
at Kansas City 10.00 p. tu.
(J. It. Conotbs. Agt
Missouri Pacific Tim Card. .
MOUTH MOUND. ST. lAll'IM AMD K. C.
No.?) leaves 12 Mp in
No. 'i0 Leaves 9:40 p. lu
No. 208 Ixares 4. II in
WKST llOl.NU. T. m.OTT l UN THAI..
No. 407 Leaves 1:43 p. m
No. 409 Leaves 6u0 a. m
No. 209 Arrives 5.33 a. m
No. 207 Arrives -.1:12 p. ra
No. 205 Arrives 10.07 p.ta
KAIT flOCMD, FT. BCOTT CENTS A f.
No. 408 Arrives 12:25 p. m
No. 410 Arrives 9:33 p. ir
K. A. IUiLtr. AffV
Meetloff Dates of Courts.
Circuit court meets la Butler 1st
Mouday la iYbruary. May
County court meets 1st Monday la
February, May, August and No
Probate court meets Si ud Monday
In February, May, August and November.
1 HO Ppr Vpr 1
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GEO. G. COOK,
Real Estato,Farrn Loans & Insurance. R
riuurivxuis uuu x uruiuio iviius 01
all kinds a specialty.
If you have anything for tale or exchange, call and hit
tame with me. at I mean busmen and will find you a
buyer either way. Covmission Kkasos abli. If
you contemplate making a loan, call and get my fgurei
before placing the loan.
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