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Ileal di ikS
roa Trill always have pviod health. What is mere to a man
than pood health? All the money in the world can't make
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rrv TrrC Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Sprains, Ncurnljrla,
1,1 I f I" Sores, Mitf Joint. Contracted Muscles, Lame
Ono Who Knows.
J. O. Rrott, Pali Lake City, rtah. writes.; " I cannot
too highly prai.o your Uallard's Snow Liniment lor
the relief of acuto rheumatism, canned by sudden change
and exposure to tho weat her. I also recommend your
liallard's llorehound Syrup for coughs and colds.
These used together defy all pain.
GET TUB GENUINE. Three Sizes 23c, 50c, J1.00
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
500-502 North Second Street,
ST. LOUIS, - MISSOURI.
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Order of Publication.
State of MiHHorm, 1
County ot ISates,
In the Circuit Court,
October Term, llXi",
In Vacation July 10, 1007.
Sarah E. Graham, rialntlfi.
Trustees of the Methodist
Epiwopal Church, a corpora
tion, the unknown heiru of
Ursula A. Lnttln, Deceased,
Now at tbia day
come the Plaintiff herein, by her At
torneys, Templeton & Hales nnd
file her petition and affidavit, al
U'sinjj. among other tblnps that Ie
fendanta the beira of Ursula A.
Lattin, deceased, are unknown to
her, and for that reason ihe is una
ble to state their names on their
places of residence other than that
she is informed and lelleve that
none of the said heirs are residents
of ttie State of Mltwouri, and cannot
be (served in tills state by the ordi"
nary prK-es of law by reason there
of, and that the Trustees of the
.Methodist Episcopal Church, a cor
poration, are non-resluenta oi tnc
State of Missouri:
Whereupon. It lis ordered by the
Clerk In Vacation, that said Defend
ants lie notified by publication that
Plaintiff has commenced a suit
against them in this Court, the ob
Ject and general nature of which Is
to ascertain and determine the es
tate, title and Interest of the 1'laln
tlif and Defendants herein, and by
Its Judgment and decree, define ud
adjudge the title, estate and interest
or the Plaintiff of. In and to the fol
low luir described real estate, owned
in fee simple by the Plaintiff, aod ly
insfnnd being situate lu HatesCoun
ty. Missouri, to-wlt: All of lot
three (.') and four (4). in block one
hundred and fifty (100). fu tu P.lch
11 ill Town Company's second addi
tion to the towu (now City of Rich
inn. .Missouri), riaintm lurther
states the that Defendants above
named claim to have some title, es
tate or interest hi said above-de-scrllied
premises adverse to the title
tin. I Interna of this Plaintiff, but In
(act have no Interest either Jointly
or severally, and have never iwn lu
the posxst'Kslon of wild premises or
any part thereof, and that unless
the TriiHtes of the Methodist Kpis
ropfil Church and the unknown li-lrs
of Crstila A. l.nttlu, dixeuwd, be
and njipenr at this Court, at the
next term thereof, to be begun and
hol lrii nt the Court liournt In the
city of Hutler, In said county, on the
Unit Monday la OctoU-r, 1U07, and
on or before the Hint day of said
Term, answer or plead to the x tl
tlon lu said raum-, the same will lie
Uikeu as coiid-KM-d, and Judgment
will Iks rendered accordingly.
And It Is further ordered, that a
copy hereof Is- published, according
to law, fu TiiK itli if ilil. I. Tkiiii'm-:.
a iiewrpupYr publUiied In said couu
ty of Uati'S fur four weeks succes.
civt-ly, publUiied at least once a
wii k, the lint iiiHertlou to lie at
leant thirty days before the first day
of said next October term of this
T. D. Eiiintr.K,
Circuit t ierk.
A true copy from the record.
' Willie iuy baud, and seal
kkai. of the ( lrcult Court of ISates
Comity, this 10th day of J uly
T. D. EMIillKE,
Mectiujr Dates of Courts.
Circuit court meets la Butler 1st
Monday In 1'ebruary, May and
County court meet 1st Muiiduy lu
l'ebruary, May, Atcutt and So
Probate court meet 4 2nd Monday
In February, May, August and No
vember. S. M. Davis was a business
visitor ia Kansas City Saturday.
Items Gleaned From This Locality
and Sorted Out In Sizes.
Dr. Marquis was nn arrival
from Eldorado Springs Friday
If you recciyo a copy of this
paper, take the hint and sub
scribe. Mr. and Mrs. Watt Dawson
and child, of Butler, spent Sun
day with relatives here.
Of course, Will Vodry and
Wink Jamison spent Sunday af
ternoon and evening in Butler.
Mrs. Jennie Sterrett and Miss
Abbie McNeil, of Nevada, spent
Sunday with S. B. Cole and fam
ily. The 22nd District Convention
of the W. C. T. IT. at the Walnut
St. M. E. Church was interest
ing and well attended. A splen
did program was arranged,
which was instructive as well as
Mrs. Jennie Lenington and
daughter, Blanche, and son,
Maxwell, af Eldon, Iowa, arrived
Monday noon on a visit to City
Clerk J. Ed Jones and other rela
tives. They wero accompanied
by Mrs. L.'s niece, Miss Virgie
We are happy in knowing that
Messrs. Phil and King Stark, of
Harrisonville, were in town this
week looking for property, with
the idea of making Lee's Summit
their home. Eev. King Stark
was engaged ia preaching for the
Christian Church here some
years ago, and at that time made
many friends who will be glad to
welcome him and his brother to
this town. Lee's Summit Regis
The Best of Backs Are Bad When
They Ache, and Rich Hill
Teople Know It.
A bad back Is always bad.
P.ad at night when Is-dtlme comer.
Just ns bad In the morning.
Ever try Doan'a Kidney Pills for
Know they euro backache cure
every kidney 111?
' If you don't, lomo Illch Hill peo
Head a case of It:
John Dnmm, living on Jefferson
Ht. lUch Hill. Mo., says: "I used
Dosn's Kidney I'llls, procured at tho
Opera Drug Store, and they did nie
a great deal of good. My kldneya
did not trouble me, but there was a
pain In my back anil shoulders and
lumbago across the small of my
back. If I stooped or attempted to
lift, sharp pains caught me across
the loins. 1 had attacks of dlziiness
and there would te a blurring Is-fore
my eyes. The use of Doan'a Kidney
Pills removed the whole trouble and
do not now require any kidney
remedy. There Is nothing the mat
ter with me now and I give the cre
dit for this to Doan'a Kidney PllU."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York; sole agent fortheUulted
lU.-momtK'r the name Doan'a and
take no other.
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iMfbrngn, SoUthta, Hwtrmlgla,
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GIVES QUICK RILIEP
Applied nt-prti.ilr It tffortfs slmott In
lant relief from iln. tills twr.anrBt
rr.ult, tr iHMr.tf tfl'-cied by l&tlt: H iu
trtroalir, purifflof ihe blo4. dutfeilvlnir
tbe poiaoDoua lutuuix tuit rawetU it
Irou Uie truem.
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Ifroa sru(rurln(lit Rtmroittlsm.
I.uailivo, ff-laOc. N'Mirftlrla. KMuy
Troub.e or uy fciDdml rti-. uriteto
u lor s trial boili of ' a-iiKuPS," 4Uid
"I-OROW'li raurelr frt ft opium,
tmiu, nicn iilne, slbol. l'jdbuuai,
.ad oilier ftlmiliAr InvrciUcnia.
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DO YOU READ
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. 13,14,16 and 10, 1007.
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.
Ono of the best bands in the
southwest will be employed.
Prominent speakers will be se
cured. Those desiring privi
leges should address, Tho Privi
lege Committee, Cassvillo, Mo.
J. M. Grimes, President
W. E. McKjnney, Sec'y.
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Missouri Pacific Time Card.
NORTH BOUMI. ST. LOUIS a.VD K. C.
No. IMS leaves 12 Mp tn.
No. 110 leaves 8:40 p. m.
No. '2M Ieaves 4:51 a ro.
WKST HOt'ND. rr. SCOTT tEXTBAL.
No. -107 leaves 1:45 p. m.
No. 403 leaves 6:M a. m.
No. 200 Arrive 5.S5 a, m.
No. 207 Arrlvea 1:12 p. in.
No. 200 Arrlvea 10:07 p.rn
EAST BOl'ND, T. SCOTT CICNTUAU
No. 4o Arrive 12:2o p. m
No. 41u Arrives 9:33 p. n.
11. A. Uailky. AgL
$1.00 Per Year
! in Advance.
Frisco Time Table.
Iu effect Kuoday, June 9, 1907
TKAINS IIEI ABT,
No. 112. rasentrer 12 01 p. tn.
No. 114. Mixed 4 30 p. m.
No. 11.1. Mixed 9 30 a. ra.
No. Ill, Pasm-njp-r XSO p. tn.
No. 112 connects at Unton with
day trains fur Texas and Oklahoma
No.' 114 connect at I'leaaanton
with fiut trains fur Texa and Ok
lahoma points, and for Memphis
and the southeast; also with local
passeuiser for Kansas Oty, arrlrlug
at Kansas City 10.00 p. iu.
(1. It. ( .( is, Ajrt.
Walnut Street M. E. Church.
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.
Junior League at 2:30 p. m.
Epworth League at 7;00 p. in
Prayer meeting on Thursday
evening at 6:00.
Tlie public are cordially invit
ed to attend.
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First Presbyterian Church.
Sunday School, 0:45 a. m.
Junior Kndeavor, 3:00 p. m.
Christian Kndeavor, 7:00 p. m.
Prayer Meeting every Thurs
day at b:00 p. m.
Jas. Woodson, who hurt his
hand while at work in the Carr
Bros, mine, is getting along all'!
right with it, considering every
thing. Tho bonea wero broken
but are knitting together and ho
expects to ue tho hrnd aoon
Miss Nell Jones ia viaitlng in
Schell City. She will bo there'
fur about a month,
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