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volition is worth ca
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Lj T-cr'.h v.ir.ra la or.oa health than any other medicine known.
!)- vcti' r'oinnfh with arneriic, calomel, quinine- and
d-.-l.-ilitato the nvrtfni, lcavln? pymptoma that it takes years to
clUUmtc. HerlJrc i.i purely Testable containing nothing:
injarictv-, r.u J is a pen'.lo harmless purgative.
rnpnc: constipation, chills and
O JIUJ FEVER, DYSPEPSIA, MALA
RIA AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
Decs Mere Than We Claim.
Eon C. Jlorriaor., Kir.imriee, Fla. writer;: "I hava
tisrd revrral be Clou cf Uerbino myself and liavo adviwd
rrf-Tcral of my friends to same. I havo found It to ba
tlie brst mod'icino lor tho liver I evcrueed. ItacUgenb
It tt tho rnmo line thoroughly."
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Frisco Time Table.
In effect Bunday, June 9, 1307.
No. 112, Passenger 12.01 p. m
No. 114. Jilxed 4 30 p. m
TRAINS A It HIV K.
No. 113, Mixed 0.50 a. ni.
No. Ill, Passenger 3.30 p. m
No. 112 connects at Linton with
day trains for Texas and Oklahoma
No. 114 connects at Pleasanton
with fast truliis for Texas and Ok
lulioma points, and for Memphis
and tho southeast; ulso with locul
pasHenger fir Kaunas City, arriving
at Kansas City 10.00 p. ru.
O. II. Conovkr, Agt
Missouri Pacific Time Card.
Null I II liolMl, ST. I.OCIS AND K. V.
No. 'J)S Leaves 12:! p. io
No. 10 leaves 0:40 p.m.
No. otl leaves 4. 11 a ru.
WKST KOrxD, T. HCOTT CENTRAL.
No. 4o7 leaves 1:45 p.m.
No. i')'J leaves 6:50 a. m,
No. Stt'J Arrives 5:3j a. in
No. -'07 Arrives 1:12 p. in
No. 203 Arrives 10:07 p.m
tAMT liOI'MI, KT. SCOTT CKNTRAI..
No. 4o(J Arrives 12:23 p. in.
No. 410 Arrives 0:U3 p. n
1U A. llAILEV, Agt.
iu'iidrr the bile uioru fluid unl thus
hflls the blood to How; It affords
prompt rvllcf froiu lillllouxucss, lndl
KvhIIou, lck nd nervous headaches
ainl overindulgence iu food and
(i. L. Caldwell, Agt. M. K. & T.
1!. It., t'liecotah, I. T., wiite.:
whs sick for over two years with
enlargement of tlie liver uud s(le-ii
'1 lie diH-tors did mo no good, and 1
had gtveu up ail hope of being cured,
Mhen my drugKlst adrlned me to iim.
llerblue. It has made me sound uud
Sold by Opera Irug Co.
every week, SI.
Items Gleaned From This Locality
and Sorted Out In Sizes.
J. N. Harrows was a business
visitor In Nevada Monday morn
ing. Dr. G. A. Delamater was a pas
senger for Kansas City Monday
Miss Nita Saddis, of Iola, Kan.
is hero on a visit to L. Baker and
Chas. Wilkerson spent Sun
day here with his parents. Ho is
on the road now.
II. G. Spraker has arrived
from New Albany, Ivans,, on a
visit to his family here.
Geo. Carr, of this city, and
Miss Maria Latcham, of Panama,
were married bunuay. lney
will reside on the south side.
Amsterdam is making arrange
ments for a big picnic August
22nd. It will be the old fash
ioned kind and will no doubt
draw a crowd.
Mrs. Maupin, of Oklahoma de
parted for Kansas City Monday
noon, after a visit to J. N.
Schockey and family, of tho Pap
J. K. Wilson, of Route 1, was a
caller at the Tribune Friday.
He does not think his corn will
yield more than half a crop, but
like all others, is hopeful.
The Stotesbury Tribune,
edited and controlled by Charles
Steele, suspended publication
with last week's issue. We are
sorry to see newspapers go out
of business, but is is only a ques
tion of patronage. Mr. Steele
will conduct a paper at Fulton
and here's wishing him success.
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Order of Publication.
Rtatk or Missoriu, I
County of Hates,
In th Circuit Court,
Oetolmr Term, 1IH7. i
In Vacation July 10, 11W7. 1
."(..(1U ... I I l.iu III, A Iflllllllt,
Trustees of tho MethodlHt
i'.plMCojud Church, ii corpora
tion, tiio unknown heirs of
l'rla A. I.uttln. Deceitsed,
Now nt this day
coins tho Plaintiff herein, by her At
torneys, leinpieton & Hales nul
hies her etltlon and ntlidavlt, nl
leKiiiir. fttnoii other thlnpn tliat 1
fendants the heirs of Lirsula A.
I.attln, deceased, are unknown to
her, and for that reason she Is una
ble to state their nntnes on their
places of rewldenco other than that
she Is informed and believes that
none of tlie snld heirs are residents
of tho State of Missouri, and cannot
be served In this state by the ordi
nary process of law by rensoti there
of, mid that the Trustees of the
Methodist Kplscopal Church, n cor
poration, are non-residents of the
State of Missouri:
Whereupon. It lis ordered by the
Clerk In Vacation, that said Defend
ants le notified by publication that
Plaintiff has commenced a uit
against them In this Court, the ot
Ject and p'neral nature of which Is
to ascertain and determine the es
tate, title and Interest of the Plain
tiff and lX'tendnntu herein, and by
Its Judgment and decree, define and
adjudge the title, estate and Interest
of the Plaintiff of, lu and to the fol
lowing described real estat'. owihhI
In fee simple by the Plaintiff, and ly
ing and being situate in Hates Coun
ty. Missouri, to-wit: All oi lots
three (3) and four (4). in block one
hundred and titty (150), fn the Rich
Hill Town Company's secoud addi
tion to tlie town (now City of Klch
Hill. Missouri i. l'lalntiti lurtner
states the that IMcndnuts nbove-
nnuted claim to huve some title, es
tate or Interest In said above-de.
scrlled prenles adverse to the tide
and Interest of this I'lalntin, out in
fact have no interest either Jointly
or severally, and have never leen in
the posssesmon of said premises or
any part tliereoi, ana tnnt, unless
the 1 rustees of tlie Methodist epis
copal Church and the unknown heirs
of trsuia A. Latini. aecenseo, is
and appear at this Court, at the
next term thereof, to be Ih'kuii and
holden at tlie Court Houne iu the
city of Kutler, In said county, on the
first Monday in October, 1W. ami
on or before the first day of said
Term, auswer or plead to the peti
tion In said cause, the same will be
taken as confessed, aud Judgment
will be rendered occorllniiy.
And it Is further ordered, that a
copy hereof Is published, uccnrdlng
to law. fn Thk limi 11 il l. Triiu nk
a newsiaivr published lu said coun
ty of Hates for tour weeks nurcc.
slvrlv. publlHhed at least once a
week, the last Insertion to te at
least thirty days before the first day
:? ssiil next t)ctober terns of this
T. I). K.MM1IKK.
A true copy from the record.
Wltnes-j tuy baud, and seal
skai. of the Circuit Court of Hales
County, tuts loth duy of July
T. 1. KMintrK.
Interstate Fair and Exposition
A bij; attraction for the people
of the Middle Western states
this 3'ear, is Kansas City's Inter
state Fair and Exposition, plan
ned to excel anytliinR of tho kind
ever seen in this section of the
United States. The Interstate
Fair and Exposition opens Sep
tember 3 and continues through
October 0. Preparations are be
ins made to entertain more than
one-half million out-of-town visi
tors during the Interstate Fair.
This is Kansas City's first annual
fair of the kind, and money is not
buint; vpared to make it a grand
8urp on an elaborate scale.
Arrangements havo been made
for the comfort and pleasure of
tlie visitors and everybody will
be entertained In the true Kansas
Purses, premiums and prizes
avrgreK'atinir more than $73,000
will bo given away. Catalogues
of premiums and prizes have
been sent out to more than 0,
000 prospective exhibitors, and
exhibitors of all kinds of pro
ducts and live stock will share
the benefits of the largo amount
of money which will bo given
Stop that Cough I
When n eolith, tickling or an Ir
ritation In tho throat makes voti
feel uncomfortable, take Hallard's
llorehouud Syrup. Don't wait un
til) the disease li'is gone beyond con
trol. Mr. it fid Mrs. J. A.Audersou,
304 Wit 6th St , Walt Lake City.
"YVu think Iiullard's Snow Mnl-
inelit tho beat medicine f.jr cough
and cohli. We have used it for ser. '
end years; It always jjlves liniiiedl-1
ate relief, Is very pleasant and give !
perfect satlnfactlou." V, 6V and f 1
Sold by Opera IrugCo.
Win. Klotsche of tho country
southwest of here ws in. town
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