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fcj lifirpinofis vhrre (lenlt h i unknown. Ballard's Snow Unlment
i i - w t YC? k'lteumntism, Cuts, l'urns. Sprains, Neurnlfla,
I , B li Sores, Mitf Joint. Contracted Mmkcio, Ljune
One Who Knovs.
J. O. Fk-oW, Pall Lake Clly, ruh. writes: " I cannot
too highly praise your llailard's Snow Liniment for
the relief of aeuto rheumatism, ranged by sudden chanjra
and esposuro to the 'weather. I also rwouimend your
Mallard s Horehound tSynip for coughs and colds.
These used together defy all pain.
GET TllU GENUINE. Three Size 25c, 50c, $1.00
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
500-30 North Second Street,
ST. LOUIS, - MISSOURI.
Sold and Recommended by
OPERA DRUG GTORE.
The Secret of
What beauty is more desirable
than an exquisite complexion and
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for every woman to obtain both,
for a limited time only.
The directions and recipe for
obtaining a faultless complexion
is the secret long guarded by the
master minds of the ORIEN
TALS and GREEKS.
This we obtained after years
If work and at great expense,
to is the method used by the f air
est and most beautiful women of
Hundreds of American women
now use it have expressed their
delight and satisfaction.
This secret1 is easily' ainder
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 ask you
to gend for the genuine diamond
ring of latest design.
We sell you this ring as one
small pront 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 roije cut dia
mond ring of sparkling brilliancy
absolutely guaranteed, very
daintj', shaped like a Belcher
Tiffany Betting of lL'Kt. gold
shell, at your local jeweler it
would cost considerable more
We mail you this bt'Hutiful
complexion recipe free when
yur order Is received for ring
and 1 2.00 in money order,.stamps
or bills. Get your order in be
foro our supply i exhausted.
This offer is made fur a limited
time only us a means of advertis
ing our goods.
Scud today before this oppor-1
tunity is forgotten.
. T. C. MOSELEY -
32 I'ust ittrd Ifttrt, New York City
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Three Years for One Dollar.
The TwIctvA-Week REPUBLIC ot
St Louis, Mo., the oldest and bef
known genii-weekly newspaper la
the United States, Is making the re
markable cubacrlptlon oCer ot three
full years for 91312 eight-page pa
pers. The offer is good until May 31,
1907, only. Tell your friends of this
opportunity to get a semi weekly
three whole years for fl. If you are
already a subscriber, your order will
be accepted now for a renewal to
begin when yonr present subscrip
tion expires. Remember, a dollar
before June 1 pays for three years.
Send all orders to The Republic,
St. Louis, Mo.
Frlxco Time Table.
In effect Bunday, June 9, 1307.
No. 112, PasHenger 12.01 p. tn.
No. 114, Mixed ..: f .30 p. ro.
No. 113, Mixed a. ru.
No. Ill, Passenger 3. 30 p. m.
No. 112 connects at Linton with
day trains for Texas und Oklahoma
No. 114 connects at Pleasanton
with fast trains for Texas and Ok
lahoma points, and for Memphis
and the southeast; also with local
passenger for Kansas City, arriving
at Kansas City 10.00 p. ru.
O. B. Conotkr, Agt.
Items Cleaned From This Locality
and Sorted Out in Sizes.
If you roceivo a copy of this
paper, take tho hint and sub
scribe. II. M.' Uooth has purchased a
concrete block machine and will
soon be turning out a new build
ing material. It is said to bo
cheaper for uso than lumber and
Russel Hood came in from
Amerillo, Tex., last week, where
ho had a painting contract. lie
said he would not give one town
ship of Bates Co. for all the
Mr. and Mrs. W. . C. Hedden,
of . the Fairview neighborhood
were passengers for Sedalia Fri
day noon. We expect "Gabo"
will look around while there and
see how the chances are to cap;
ture & booby prize on his dunghill
For Sale Cheap, a seven room
house and barn on lots 1 and 2,
block 113, Rich Hill Town Com
pany's 3rd addition. Address
owner, Mary Olson, No. 413,
Soutn 2nd West St., Salt Lake
City, Utah. 4t
Lawrence Griffith, representa
tive of Bates county, now has an
additional member in his family
to represent. It is a girl and
Lawrence is as jubuiant as a
small boy with his first pair of
trousers. All parties doing well
J. M. Stapleton and wife have
rented the Donohoe property on
Olive Street, and will now make
Rich Hill their home. Mr. Sta
pleton is conducting a cigar fac
tory on Walnut Street, and says!
he is here to stay as is the
White Crow cigar he is selling.
The Mo. Pac. Depot has under
gone some marked changes in
appearance since being given
coat of paint. Tito color is of
a "yaller" hue and green for
trimming. The 2-cent fare is
surely making good or there
would be no such outward show
Tht Pest of Backs Are B,id When,
They Ache, and Rich Hill
People Know It.
A bad bnck Is always lad.
1 1 ml lit tilulit iv lien Wvltlmo comm.
.hint n bod in tho morning.
Kver try Donn's Kidney I'M for
Know tliey cure brecknclio cure
every kidney 111?
lfyoudou't, soma Rich 11111 peo
Bend a enw ot It:
John Pa mm, living on Jefferson
Ht , Rich lltii, Mo., save: "I iwd
Iioau's Kidney Pills, procured nt the
Opera Druj? Htore, ami they 1M me
a grent deal of gotnl. My kidm-ys
did not troultlo me, but th"it wan a
pain lu my back and shoulders and
lumbago across the small of my
back. If I stooiHHl or attempted to
lift, sharp pains caught me across
the lid us. 1 had.'attocks of dlzzlncos
and there would be a blurring lefore
my eyes. The use, of Doan's Kidney
Pills removed the whole trouble and
t do not now require any kidney
reined r. There Is nothing the mut
ter with ma now and I give the cre
dit for this to Dona's Kidney Pills."
For sulo by all dealers. Prlee 50
cents. Foster-Mllburo Co., Bnflal ,
New York; sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Telephone Exhibit at Jamestown.
' There will bo at Jamestown an
exhibit by the Bell system, and
its leading feature will be an in
strument comprising the princi
pal parts of the telephone made
under Alexander Graham Bell's
direction by Thomas A. Watson,
at Boston machinitian, i i 1975.
This was fhe first practical tele
phone ever made. Another relic
of those pioneer days is the "Fig
ure 5" telephone described in
the patents granted Bell in
March, lTG, ibis being the tele
phone which, says tho inventor
himself, enabled him to demon
strate conclusively that ondulut
ing electric currents flowing in
circuits composed of telg'aP"
wires then used could reproduce
in tho receiving instrument an
exact duplication of sounds made
by the transmitting instrument.
DO YOU READ
THE TRIBUNE? f
HAND IN YOUR
was a tuau who, ngalnst all odds,
attained the highest honor a man
could get In the United States. Bol
lard's Herchound Wyrup has attain
ed a place never equalled by any
other like remedy. It 1 a sure cure
for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Influ
enza and all Pulmonary dlseaves.
livery mother should keep supplied
with this wonderful cough luedlclue,
Sold by Opera Drug Store.
Meeting Dates of Courts.
Circuit court meets la Butler 1st
February. May and
County court meets lt Monday la
February, May, Augunt and No
Probate court meet 2nd Monday
la February, May, Augunt and No
vember. Meetings or Towuship Hoard.
Firnt Wedueuday alter amt Tues
day In April.
First Tuesday after first Monday
Third Mouday of November of
each year at office nt the towuship
A PROMPT, EFFECTIVE
REM) SOY FOR ALL. FORMS OP
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Iou't Neglect lusnra nee.
It you want good fire i-ursnce,
dont forget thst I reprcicn one ol
the bebt compamei in th United
GkO. P. IIUCJTEBY.
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Our lu urtfelt sympathy out
to the youug mau who e cts to
buy bis education uud evra tually
succeed ou the strength tA m la th-r's
Old I'apers in bundlts for
at this oQlce.
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VAGHIN CTON D.C.
Coal in Miisouri.
Ilie United States geological
survey in its statistical statement
of the coal production of the
United States for 1900, gives the
production of coal in Missouri as
3,7C5,778 tons, with a value of
$C),lC3,2Ja. From actual returns
furnished by the operators of the
mines to the bureau and those
secured in person by tho coal
mine inspector, U. S. Thomas,
and II. J. Uarnil, assistant in
spector, the total output of coal
is shown to have been 8,830,719
tons, or 94,941 tons in excess of
tho government report. The
price received at the mines aver
aged $1.05 per ton, with a total
value of $0,319,103, or Sir5,S5 1 in
excess of tho amount reported
by the government survey.
$1.00 Per Year
2i S'vl' 2i
Our Clubbing Rates.
1116 Csssvlile, Mo., Ke-Uuioo.
Tho fend rccollectionN of this
very plcnsmii reunion, to thoe
who have attendud before,
will cause thein to .return again
on Aug. 13, 14. 15 nd 10, 1907.
The splendid grounds, half sur
rounded by water, wit'w a tino
natural spring within tho
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 speaker will bo se
cured. Tho.se desiring privi
leges should address, Tho Privi
lege Committee, Cassville, Mo.
J. M. Guimes, President,
W. E. McKinney, becy.
We will give our readers a
chance to read the St. Louis Be
public, daily rural route edition,
and the Tunic nk on year for
$'-.Ii0. It is perhaps the best of
for we have made in this line.
Miss Gurtiu Ilcru cf Hume
Uxik in the Nevada Chautauqua
A. Ii Bt atty was a passenger
for Butler Monday noon.
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GEO. G. COOK,
3 Real Estato,Farm Loans & Insurance.
Flour Mills and Portable Mills of
all kinds a specialty.
If you have anything for isle or exchange, call and liit
Same with me, its I mean businet and will find you a
buyer cither way. Commissions Kiasovabli. If
you contemplate making; a loan, call and get niy figures
before placing the loan.
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