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The Cassville, Mo., Re-Union.
The fend recollections of this
very pleasant reunion, to those
who have attended before,
will cause them to return again
on Aug. 13,14,15 and 16, 1907.
The splendid grounds, half sur
rounded by water, with a fine
natural spring within the
grounds, with a fine grove of for
est trees for a shade, make it an
ideal place for such occasions.
One of the best bands in the
southwest will be employed.
Prominent speakers will be se
cured. Those desiring privi
leges should address, The Privi
lege Committee, Cassville, Mo.
J. M. Grimes, President.
W. E. McKixney, Sec'y.
In effect Sunday, June 9, 1907.
No. 112, Passenger 12.01 p. m.
No. 114, Mixed 4.30 p. m.
No. 113, Mixed 9.30 a. m.
No. Ill, Passenger 3.30 p. m.
No. 112 connects at Linton with
day trains for Texas and Oklahoma
No. 114 connects at rieaaanton
with fast trains for Texas and Ok
lahoma points, and for Memphis
aud tho southeast; also with local
pussenger for Kansas City, arriving
at K-ansas City 10.00 p. m.
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Meetluif Dates or Courts.
Circuit court meets In Butler 1st
Monday lu IVbruary, Mity aud
County court mectj 1st Monday la
IVl.runry, May, August and No
Probata court meets 2nd Monday
In February, May, August nud No
vember. Meetings of TowutLlp Uoard.
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day In April,
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GkO. 1. JlUCKtBY,
Itern9 Cleaned From This Locality
and Sorted Out In Sies.
Ciniido Kitchio was visiting
relatives in Appkbui City last
If you receive a copy of this
paper, take tho hint and sub
scribe. Dr. Geo. Burrows of Kansas
City, spent the fourth with rela
Miss Gertie Brown, of Apple
ton City, who has been visiting
the Misses Bennett, departed
for her home Saturday.
A marriage license was issued
at Nevada last Saturday week, to
F . II. Iludelson, of Nevada, and
Miss Dircie Anderson, of this
For Sale Cheap, a seven room
house and barn on lots 1 and 2,
block 115, Rich Hill Town Com
pany's Crd addition. Address
owner, Mary Olson, No. 4i;5,
Soutn 2nd West St., Salt Lake
City, Utah. 4t
Tho little town of Hume is
showing a marked increase- in
population, according to tho
Hume Telephone. A half dozen
or more births is noticed in each
issue for the past two weeks,
which shows our Hume neigh
bors are not advocates of race
The Kansas City Star paid the
University of Missouri cadets
quite a compliment in accounting
their recent trip to the James
town Exposition. It spoke of
the meUl camp and soldierly
bearing of the Missourians and
said they compared favorably to
West Point Cadets. Several
Rich Hill boys were in the company.
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Nursing tho sick Is peihnps
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The call for nurses is a world
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which is not overcrowded.
The demand for skilled nurses
increases with tho years. Thou
sands of young women have the
natural graces of the skilled
nurse, but have never had a
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have been prevented from im
proving their own condition and
blessing the race. But a new
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Golden City Reunion.
The fifth annual reunion of the
Golden City Reunion Association
will be held at WyattPark, Gold
en City, Mo.', on Wednesday,
Thursday, and Friday, July 24,25
20, 1(.H)7. The great success that
has attended these reunions in
the past, the splendid entertain
ment of the thousands, police pro
tection day and night, the invit
ing frounds and beautiful parks
make this an ideal place for a few
days outing. If )ou want to meet
your old friends, neighbor- or
comrades and talk over old times
or relate stories of pioneer days,
come to the reunion, for you will
meet them there. Tho arrange
ments for the coming reunion ar
far superior to any in the past,
and all who attend will have the
time of their lives. For conces
sions write John A. Griwssel,
W. F. Stemmons, Pres.
J. M. Buooks, Secy.
Married Wednesday. July 3,
K07, ntRich Hill, Mo., Mr. Jas.
Sheehy and Miss Elsie Epler,
both of Hume, Father Murphy
officiating. Tho happy pair im
mediately departed for Spokane,
Wash., to spend their honey
moon. They will return in about
a month and take up life in Mis
souri. Mr. Sheehy is one of our
best boys and Miss nisio U A
nice little lady, and all unite in
wishing them happiness Jn their
new relation. Hume Telephone.
Tho carnival did not prove the
tiszle .is some predicted. Al
though not much was brought in
town by it, the people got their
money's worth that attended the
concessions. The marvelous
barrel rolling and juggling as
well as tho high dive were good
County Clerk C. G. Weeks, of
Butler, was a pleasant caller at
the TmnLWi: ofiioo Friday after
noon.. Ho is satisfied with his
ofiico and new home, yet begins
to look older since becoming
Mrs. Frank Iane of Sedaliu,
who has been hero visiting rela
tives and friends the past week,
departed for her homo Sunday.
Miss Winfred Weed n of Kear
ney, Neb. arrived Monday noon
t-H ft vlIt to Miss AUenoBcailey.
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