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RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUSTUS, 1907.
f LOCAL D1MKF8.
Miss Kittle Ferguson is visit
ing relatives in Fayette, Mo.
Frank James and wife, of Cali
fornia, were here the first part
of the week visiting Howard
James and family.
Mr. And Mrs. Lincoln Hopper,
of Columbus Grove, Ohio, are in
the city visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Hurst, of the East End.
Mrs. Ida Carr and little daugh
ter departed for Fittsbuag, Kan
sas, Saturday noon, after a short
visit to John Forrer and family.
Owing to the threatcring con
, dition of the weather the Rich
Hill "White Sox did not play the
; Nevada All Stars Sunday.
Sam Uarr, of Duller, was down
Sunday on more elevating busi
ness, but this time a young lady
bad something to do with it. Nuf
The Rich Hill Band gave ano
ther good open air concert in
Central Park Friday night. A
fairly good sized crowd was in
Ed McKeynolds has arrived
from his visit to St. Joseph,
Kansas City, Ovid and other
northern points. To our great
surprise, he hasn't changed
Bert Matteson left for Kansas
City Sunday noon. He has been!
in charge of Fush Frinting House
during Mr. Fhifer's absence and
will now probably work in Kan
sas City for some time.
The Green Lawn Cemetery
Association met at W. C. Stone
broker's office on Sixth St. lust
Wednesday night. The reports
of various committees were read
and different moves discussed.
The by-laws were adopted and
work of organization completed.
The next meeting of the associa
tion will bo on August 14, ID07 at
the same place.
Rev. Bollman, of the Society
For the Friendless, with 1. t ad
quarters in Kansas City, was in
town Sunday and Monday and
made ahort Ulk at the different
churches. The moement in
which he is interested altho' of
only 0 years Handing, is doing
aotno wonderful work. The ob
ject of the bociety is to help tho.se
in prison and to Mart pardoned
convicts on the right road. Rev.
Ramsley gave a trong, convinc
ing talk and has interested many
In the work which is beyond
doubt a blessing to fallen man
kind. WI CHARGC NO TCC
imiiL in cm ii Auomo
Im4 nmiS t MCrlliiMi a littiM
Wl rm& OPINION U Mlltit.
rM t tt, Cltiin. Dttrvtt.
MILO B. STEVENS & CO,
4TM TatCT, WAtHINQTON, 0. 0
DR, G. N. SHARP,
And Mauufacturer of
Family Keniedle. t t
IIar you a counh or are suffering
from a rold? If try Pr. hharp
OOUU1I AND LL'NU lil'.MFDY.
It you are troubled with ludlifeailon
or tom&ch trouble uh
For all pnla and aohea H)ily
Then teted renieille have cured
ther. they will cure j ou. Try them.
Eczema end Pile Cure.
FKF.C Know Inir what It Ih to uf
frr, 1 will ulve tUIXOF ( il,M;.l;
to any niirll a pokUIvo cure bi
lein, rlt bhelim. lynlH'lai.
Pllia and hktn lHaeuwa. llottllt
rtllef. l-n't uftvT lonirvr, rlte
T. W. VVlLllAWn, ) Mniihuttnu
ATtsu, .Nvr York. I-uik' iui-jj',
I t v
m r tat.
Mauy a Rich Hill Household Will
Find Them So.
To have the pnJus and ache of a
bad back rem o veil; to lm entirely
free from annoying, dansrerou uri
nary dlaorder la enough to make
any kidney sufferer grateful. To tell
how this great ehunge can I
brought about wti! prove comforting
words to hundreds of Kich Hill
A. H. O'llear, utone cutter, living
on Pine 8t, I'.utler, Mo, nay: "In
deed, I can say that Doan's Kidney
Pills hare done me more good than
any other remedy I previously tried.
1 uoed to sufler with pain In my
baok and Interna pnlu In my back
and tutelage pain In my loins. 1 wan
dizgy nt-t lines and had o lltule en
ergy I wan unable to work. My
kidneys gave me trouble. Including
cramping pains across the abdomen
nn! frequent neervtlons. The pnln
lu my buck extended up to the Fplne,
giving me a peculiar disagreeable
sensation fn the back of the head. I
procured Doan'a Kidney Pills and
they gaue me positive relief. I can
rvct'ommend the remedy with con
rideme." For salt; by nil dealer. Price M
cents. FoNter-Milhiirti Co., Buffalo,
New York: ok' agents fortheUuIteit
lU'iiiemlxT the name Doan's and
take no other.
Claim Banker Tygard is Sane.
A special dispatch to the Jour
nal from St. Louis, dated July
In a petition filed today in the
federal district court by federal
district court by District Attor
ney Hlodgett, asking that J. F.
Harrison, superintendent of the
Missouri hospital for the insane
at Farmington, be cited for con
tempt of court, the allegation is
made that Flavius J. Tygard,
former president of tho Bates
National Bank, of Butler Mo.,
has had himself committed to the
a-sylum in tho Eastern Missouri
district while really sane, in or
der to prevent investigation of
the etiibeialemont from his bank-
in the Western Missouri federal!
Harrison lias repeatedly re
fused to honor a summons for
Tygard issued by Commissioner
Morso.v and will not permit the!
service of writs on his patient.
Tygard was a prominent Ma
son and at the timo the hhortage
at the bank was discovered, it
was rumored sums of money in
tho hands of Tygard nnd belong
ing to tho Masonic order
been paid out n worthless notvs.
The committment to tho asylum,
it U said, also saved Tygard from
investigation on this charge.
Tho case is set for September
l'Jth. Butler Record.
May Start Foundry.
Fetor Kiltz, who is imw located
at F.unice in Texas County, this
state, arrived Friday morning on
a visit to his son, Frank Kiltzund
family, and other relatives. He
paid tho editor a short call Satur
day morning und stated that he
hoped to make the proper ar
rangements for starling a ma
chine shop und foundry here.
Mr. Kiltz is nn experienced me
chanic, perhaps one of the bet
in this part of tho state, and his
bon Frank, who would conduct
the shop, is, no doubt, tts good.
They have dono considerable
work In this town, most of which
could be done by no others here.
Such an establishment would
help Kich Hill quite a bit. Mr.
Kiltx reports everybody well but
hinted that they were all home
sick, w hich may cause- them to
First Presbyterian Church.
Sunday School, 0:15 a. uk
Junior llndeavor, CA p. in.
Christian Fudeavor, 7.00 p. in,
Frayer Meeting every Thurs
day et f CO n, u.
Will Open This Fall With n En
rollment of About a,6oo.
While the income of a number
of universities is greater in the
aggregate than that of the State
University tho income per stu
dent at Missouri is only exceed
ed by that of two similar institu
tions, the Universities of Illinois
and Wisconsin. In the present
biennial period the University of
Missouri will be able through the
generosity of the state and fed
eral governments to spend annu
ally in the higher education of
the young men and young wo
men of Missouri the sum of $ZiQ
000, tiie equivalent of the in
terest at 5 per cent on an endow
ment fund of $11,000,000.
The time has passed when any
Missouri boy or girl need cot
turn from their native state for
educational advantages. Thede
velopement of the system of pub
lic schools, extending from the
kindercarten at the bottom J
through the grade school and the
high school to the university has
been taken place in Missouri as
is few other American common
wealths and has brought the
priceless boon of learning within
reach of the humblest as well
as of the most well-to-do. Mis
souri can now offer educational
At Hume, the annual Stock
Show will be held and this will be
well worth a trip to this thriving
Amsterdam people will hold
their annual Pumpkin show,
which will be all any sane person
could ask in th.e way of a worthy
September 11, V2 and 13,
Adrian will be busy entertaining
the thousands who come annually
to attend the Street Fair.
Lastly Butler will pull off the
County Fair and this will be a
(live a word of encouragement
to all of these entertainments.
Cures Sciatica. j
I liiley, I. 1 I. Cuba.
I to v. W
New York, writer: 'After
day n of exi-rtu ialiu pnln from noiatle
riieiiunitiMiu, under varlou tivat-
'"'o- 1 " a inoiiiv.i to i ry
a. . . .
Miow IJiiluieut; the fint application
Kvl..i.v fln.t.llef. lean Kive lt
unniiallrt.sl rtvcoiu.iieti.lailoii. 1V.
6V- and f 1 OlV
Sold by Opera Prtijj t.
of courxe, everyone nay all U fair
In hoe, but how do you account for
nouiany homely coupl?
THE CHILOHtN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
Tat llauOl Html) CUT
Naliard-Snow Liniment Co.
T. lOUIt, MO.
Opera Ilroir Hiortt
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soun can now oner eaucaiumaij u.vuj
opportunities equal to thoso of jo duplicate every c Sfer so seduc -
most of her sister common- 5 tively sct forth in the catalogue
l' Vie t.mmii r n
fcul-sctile for Tin: Tii':'Vx
The Mail Order House.
The mail order house is after
the almighty dollar, and every
cent coaxed out of the people of
this section is gone forever. ILe
mail order house presents a
smiling appearance and attempts
to wear a smile of friendship,
but no human heart beats be
neath its embroidered robe of
hypocrisy. All the mail order
houses in Christendom would
not increase the value of your
farm or town property one cent.
Mail order houses are like the
parasites which feed upon our
crops. To them life is only pos
sible as long as they can suck
substance from the rural;frow ,jnder-o' ir
communities to the ucbuildinir cf
which they contribute absolutely
nothing. The mail order house.
creates no local market for the
products you have to sell. The
taxes for the maintenance of!
good government in the home
community is borne by home
people alone. Xo philanthropic
ma!1 order house contributed
' peREr to th.e Protection of life or
property in this community
How different it is with the local
! merchant. He needs neither ad
vocate nor defense. His busi
ness is legitimate because its
success contributes to the gene
ral prosperity of the community.
The home merchant stands ready
of the mail order r-ornorat;nn
The home merchant is resnonsi.
ble, and his methods are in bar -
mony with the interest and wel-
lare oi me community. Lx.
State Fair at Sedalla.
Great preparations are being r"31'111-.-
made for the Seventh Annual! Gcd only kuow, the atrsth of a
Exhibition of the Missouri Sute'. wobuhu. )evo?l.m ., Ja lore.
Fair. ivt.h..r r,v,.inn t ' Ther l do limit to iwr rrir.. nor
- I n. - fcfcia a .
Tliree new brick tarns, practi
cally r.re-pnv,r, with a capacity
of 11)0 animals each are
erected. New walks are leir.
laid and the old or.s repaired.
Larger water mains are hid and
extended to all stock barns, af-;
fording an abundance ct water'
for live ptnek and an increased
pressure for extinguishing fire,
Tl,m,in K.,,:,,,,,! :,v,m,i
with macadam under tho super-
v's'on Fnited States I)e -
partment of Good Iloads, thus'"'"1 "i.imuiou. ny, t n
furnishing a sample of perma
nent midway for the inspection
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Pved and Tactical manner.1,'
Kverv POSMb e conven eneo for
III. oml..rt ami ..monaininvnl!'
t lift most SUN-esfi! jneetin.. In
tho history of tho inst.tution is
ur.nl. The County Clerk b.s '
premium lists loruisir.o.Hion, or
1 - . m
becretary I.ippey, at oedaha,
will furnish jou'with full inform
ation. Kewspsprrs in the Home.
An experienced teacher savs
that pupils who have access to
newspapers at home, when com
pared with those who do not, are
jbetter readers, better spvli.-rs,
better uramniarians.Wtter pure-
i better readers, better smliers
tuaUrs, read more understand-'
inply, and obtain a practical '
knowledge of iroWphy in al-:
mo..t half the time it requires j
others. The newsp.iier is tiecid- j
edly an iinixrtant factor in irod
ern life. This will not be dis
puted by anyone who has taken
tho trouble to mvotiijate
matter for hiuiself.
M ien pln r Irilt.tthm ;t na
any part .f the body, the ppi;cattou
,lt ll"ard,ii Snow I.taiiaent
pr..mpt nli.f. K. H. M;!:hn, ,,;,.
.VUlilV.U. IIOII, PI l:,l..,(la,IHIU.:
Pal!ard' Smw l.inluiet.t to ,l l.i
nr I!!U ttvl w ilh rlu uut umu. It U
tlie only remedy tutvi l iun l thtt
Kl l.iui-.eV..;jiertUf .- iv Hu.j
II 0 K.:.by ticr 111.
a r iw ruins
Kzi Sugar Coated Pillj to Taste,
Chew or Ingest.
If a yotjn:; man can't rf ,rm tln-
If, It' no u for a c'rl to try.
In looking for fault in otbr(to!
laac ftriref !
- C J " - - 1 Z T
Earntm-M Is & virtu?; a goI Jea
thread In th weave of c&aracter.
The love that fpringt frora lsJlf-f-nrnce
is so eay to ipricj back.
AI.Dce Is said t tiake tteWrt1,15 Ci l-e '-.v.l text-bo.'-:
"" jU'ESJs.s.i-l tL O'.lir.? tf
t ., , (theCourM of Study. TL lair
Is there anythlcg to diMrwibfe! - . , . " .
In this world a, to be mteaL&r.J f-res . t :e v'-T 7i
'-WW'-V ofrnara a acrtfSce,
. .u...,, (.tiu, j ieasur I'd 11 1
Art . .1 tl , 1
If the people who kick aboctacto
mobile were owners t?."iaw !re. the
. how! would t uiflerent
Whoever ha missel the rvpo
biilty of a Una frk-ndMp. flirt with
incerity and eongJeDce. La never
Of all th- hrJ prcuwitlor. In the
oriii io unofrstaca, a woman U
Ucu,im. ion can
; about them.
the hardest. You can't tell a thin?
Man3r a toa has been accounted
l"x9 ol remininS uent
1 nothing to ny.
t- .V "vr "l luere
n uen as a matter r,i i.- tiun
j A certain Hen(Dery In town ha!
bee n robbsl for some thae pau But !
n !eep vu all that wa taken. It j
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rvtra!iJt la her iinfiah a"ect!
Moore. the l!u:.w Tv!i -
l'""I t-- whie f:tiot heart &!ay
i.ii.e i iniu ta joaur day of
i'Ui i'y love and who now u un-
moved by noiueu' lharniK, !ylT
ue. He liauatc- that a
' " uin lnilr-.l o to afior-
i Z" ,?,dB
vcrui v-a year, inesd
,ireiiy uaru. letr-l.ee--: To 1; o
j Iwl.i la roano u la conuectiou
uitli hkh U Auierkn di-
T , U"
u.ut uiultt wu, ..rouitimrti,,
II :M U ImiIhIII I u I nP otPI Iiurllii.
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uiMLriura. that be'. buutf
"'uua uw -oear 1M ut la hr
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' T . , lll"-;l. n-liir.-j i,y s.,c.
t . tr ..I- i- ....-... ... .
t Jile rt xTii.niM the Ivouit n
'lappiiutiiieiit. Hi lu-..u-tntua i
Wl'ul,i - l"" . a
U ra:r far
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Thiitk n'aln. Iule.
The N. B. S. Pays
Pncf C npP nnnH p
i,U1 vl.UU LI I liiUtlUl.j,
THEN IS WISEi.r',!:::-"
Who is SOT cuelcsi alci
Wfcj jobs tLe . D. S.
H. S. G. Proncll,
lit hsurancc J!:sf
RICH HILL, MO,
Su-t, Iie Stnit U a Batch cf
Iten: About Our Co. Sche:,
Mwicfthe dvC -btLJ r ;-ca
tb rt Mosdaj in S-:;: vUr.
It i a good tie roT to ciV ill
needed rr;rs a-J i-- rcr-
j a.Hx.is in f.isxA. r :.. :.r.i and
.RT&saii. Certa:.:7 the s :!-.!
bnZA'.zg should Le in pxA tri-i?
before the day fvr to t-
Co-.'e-s cf tie r. S-.rsxA Lzs 5
have recently ben o il t;.
district ckrks; tl- c-Icte
- 'idc - p -ted by tbeCc-styTexl-Vxk
; this year. It is fcop4 that d-al-
ers u crcer U. erlj
. ,v UM the few Eirr (r.
c.az.ges can be ci withoct
delay. In all ca.ses wLere sn ex
charge price is given. r;Zs
should exchange their til books
for the new one. Th.'
CCC !e5s- A 'A L - c!
j text boc s a"'ic? the Oitlinecf
jthe Course of Stsdy shozld be
posted in a conspicuous pli.ee iz
A law passed by the last kgis
lature provides thatthetownsL-o
shall on the frst 21 on-
; ys in
t rf r - i -j .
December cf each year, send to
; the district clerks of the sch-xl
j districts of the township, a de
; tailed statement of the as ct of
t011? on hand, amount recve
the amount paid out and to whoa
i fr. h
, a L . Ti,:a s'e
a:e!:t enable school boards
ty sscenain tae tnancai condt
jtioncf their jesf-cctive districts
ire? Uce year-at the be-
: ST-caisg of the school terra, about
the inidd.e of tiie terta and at the
time of the ancaal schox4 not-
rpi;.ilV.(;.n .i . x -
tOKubi? trustees to settle
j " it3 trd lhir4 1'
terms are the trst Mondays ia
August and February.
Anotlier new section provides
that the County CcUvvtvr 'hali
pay over to the sevtrai township
: . . a..
trustees oi ue county all town-
, Axo. (..... f
d Unds c. oeiy
I . .., . . . . .
Ur." This evide
lh" ch'1 tovuej U-lorit;,; tj
t!t cIh4 districts.
A Cret Orfortunity.
Tho Twice vk Kepub'ic, of
St, Iouis, h&4 rvducevl its b
scriptien prico frm 1 pr ytAr
to Ik) cents. This is ouo of tLo
eldest and bct bi:uiiv wkly
cvwpvrs published in tUe
United Staws, acJ at the prico
; of W cents vr jvar co cue ca
aiord to bo without iu For CJ
cvuis yeu rvecive two bijf e h.
' pjjjo papra wry wex k 10 4 cop-
lea a J tar, at kss t'.jia one Lilf
cvut pxr copy. Voar fneud
ai:d tcii.htxra will sar.-lv t.iL.t
Send all orders t Tho Kcp'a
lie, St- Louis, Ma.
V.a!aut Street M. E. Church.
t ).1j a.
Junior I-auo Rt 'J
KpwvrlU Uuue at 7 xv p. in
Fray or uieeii eu Timrs.i.1
fcvcui:;; at .00.
ii.o puf-i.e aro coru:
t 1 to aiuiil