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Cleans Presses and Repairs Ladies and Gents'
Suits and Coals
Opposite T.I me House
J. F.uunet lImU is preparing ties. Wilkinson returned
to bnild an addition to his h m s hopie last Saturday from Indi
deuce and remodel it getx-j-ally mM w livre h attended the wed
Tho improvements includi an ding of John Jenuings formerly
i'U-Kant Colonial porch, a cor- of U.i city. On. his way hoim'
creto basement, furnace licit. Charl-.v spent several days visit
waterworks, bath und sewsigo. ir.g ie!nties und friends in St.
Altogether he epHis to hare , I.ouis.
city convenience in the counMy, ' i;x Crittenden wasstrick-
which tho fanner t an have a' 1
expense than any othwr pei sen
ca tarth. Kcx.Uvi.Io Hs'siet-.
l Mi in't (or any
tvity member of rvtry
a;r' hing of intrreM
,;t' !"A nn thai i-ue
Kansas City, ' o.
( hi" way Second Class Colon
D.wtinat a ns in Alberta,
i n .tli apoplexy last Thur.-day
'vvi .,;, u .it !,ipg a base ball game
Personals Tc'Iing the Doings
of People You Knov.
tl.W c r ear.
t li o Tribune
McCar.n, of Butler, was
a I it hi Jlill visitor Friday.
Hurley Smith, tin? lintlirr li
er.yinan was .'i Kith IJiU visitor
''Wash Clean" saves time, labor
and health to the housewife.
Ii. II. Hoover returned home
from Kansas City Friday.
I M r F.-i d. of the country
southwest of Rich Hill, returned
home from the university Friday-
''Wash Clean" eliminates the
washboard and washing machine
den Kane and wife, of Okla
houia, who had been visiting
Mrs llarie's parents Mike For
tune and wife returned home
j; l;d yt-u try tlie free sample of
"Wash C;can" left at your home?
S"-oial frrni Iluire were here
a'.t.'ndin-r tie? Christian Science
'. ;la tu if l,it Friday night.
i; Johnny ().-ri, wlo has been
' 1 1 u i l seiiocsly in for several
. j weeks has (.m a'ly improved and
j is rt'covei h g rapiilly.
" "Washe'oaii" is no experiment.
I It w iil do es ctly v. hat is claimed
Ih.ul Deh'.iiiater returned home
Friday fiom a weeks visit in
Mrs. Dr. W. II. Allen, who was
liiile seriously ill last week is
netting well rapidly.
The results of "Wash Clean"
have been a lifelong problem but
at last washing has become a
C. V Orris was a Nevada visi
tor last Friday.
Quite a number from IJutler
were here Friday to attend the
CriMian Si ience lecture in the
The May term of the circuit
I ... .ii i-t .,... ;,. i -
v n'-- in nvssioji iiiiu a
numbered Ihch 11, II people have
been attending at nifTereiit times.
'"Wash Clean'' is the wonder of
the nge m Us ticid of usfulness.
This is no joke. Cive il one trial
and he com ineed.
U- (I. Sp raker and sou,
Ku!,h, are here from Koswell,
Nev Mexico, having disposed of
then electric theatre. They will
operate theii Ferris wheel in
Jopiin's new amusement park
this summer. ,
Walter Vail, of St. Iuis, visit
ed with relatives' and friends in
this city the latter part of last
Why break j our backs longer
iisli yoar gii n r for 'Washclean
light washings for 'T cents.
Follow directions carefully and
The lllk-, g'.vo a dance at their
!nb rooms l ist Thursday night.
The llckert Family ouhestra
fiirnisiu-d tin- suns;,', whieti was
rei-oited to be the tinesL All
pii seiit repo. t a tine time.
Ceo. Kra?nnisetf, of the F,mhey
Dredce boat wds in town I'riilay.
Mo says that the boat is working
full time now and expect to finish
l4:e ditch in a Tew weeks.
Mrs T. W. Springer and sous
Flgar and Wallace departed
Thursday for St Joseph Mo.
M I car will make his h me there
in the future end Mrs. Spiinger
and Wallace will spend the sum
The special m.tv ices conducted
by Hi h r Kofpv.d, ut tlu Christ
i in cl ui t h last week were well
atter.d d and wi i e a let at. Fl
eer K.'i pM 1 is an able man and
knows how tu n aeh tho people.
Wh"n Governor Hadlcy v..
Attorney Central he omot ': !
the fire insurance companies !- j
irir Lupines i;i this stato t
abandon c .-jbination Bn - Jri'
wiiicli they ciuld have made I'r.jWmy f,.!,tvi ul n;4 -i.ir.e . ,-! hans. wan ir,e;Uh!-. Tt.a
people pay exoi'iitant prfiniur-.n j i'"1 " dr. pp'l dea-1. Mr. i t;-.arc h f tiriJ'.'Atk.n it tarci:.
for fire msurai , ar.d he a !vi i r ;! that lhj ar;;ir,al han-ar.d wh'-llvrr ear.n of en
arranged a re valuation of iivu ,'--'' '.. ays i.i u afraid of the P;v ; L'f. tho ,f t: Ait-xa
able property at, 1 a rev t ia ' ar.d euied ti K'-' by the H; ir .ird. or bj th a
cation of risks. The dir.-ct re j "''r- 'S,e oftv-er she aaw th-.'n. jjro.J j'-'io.-i of d:-a..i andfic,
suit has been a dec rease f j iTV o-.v,' r i- a .r tr.an ar.d. f, 'r,.'-f "i to th Cit;':-4 ra-. hae
centK cn rach $100 of valuation!
of risks icure amountir, in
the Bre(jate to a reducti'.n of ,
ll.SOO.OCO In tha an.ouM j-ildj
annually by the peoik- the!
shown in the annual report of the
insurance department, tj w in
n .v.- ,-v.w...,.,K ... o-
report of Insurance Commis -
sioner John Kennish the fire-
risks in force were 'l0. '-..". I!1.
rr : .....
nit: n;uui.ll"Jil ill Iclo
brought about by the Iladh
litigation amounted in cf 0;
000 to the policy holders. I
Qlt pays to have ofricets fearless
and sensible Uepubiieans. whoiville Ji :! -rsor.ian 6,d a t ,hi
seek to help the people in thtir jho:r.o :n that city on Sunday. He
business and material affairs in j had n u"c ring several wteks
stead of trying to keep them ;n j from nervous brcak-dovn ar.d
line with the experimental end !&rent a tixe ender treatment in
impractical theories of Populism j a Kansas C.t) sanitarium. He
and Dryanism, uuder the guise was F1 years old. a good news.
of JelTersoniat: Democracy.
Mitii Ciiuib-r Wasn't ihe goige j;ist
Mr. Climber All but the salaj ul
the Iud bark tho re.
SEASON OF UNREST.
Smne one f peaks of the 'jk".:--,n of i ,
unrest. Is thrre tuls a shi!in' m
that? IoiMn d-xs not s-tui the
r'-iit ord to apply to tin- aciut:t
the whole world is cr.t. rtuiiii!- : :t
this time. i.t!i',r,rf r-ts how
hut is the "ii'htion pr-.
"pniMnviis"' ";o? Is it net rathor a
koahhfiil stiniulant fT k'- pir.g
inanity jumping, and l"-v. 1. p-inj
their ratur..l abilities ? Why erir
logy and itvii'T" rent, win n thi re
so much to d v that is agPvaV.e end
improving. Of course, th M:--n
may Ik? t.K gnat. but what of it?
Snap, and have it over.
DAD S JOB.
It rather knixks out one's i h .-
of hereditary traits vlun he
Imw ohl man Sv-rimen k- p driv
ing his busine-s early and h;;e,
vvliile Iiia son won't do a lkk of
work," F.iys tl-.e nian with 'he ov, r t
'Yes,'' ant-s the mait eh t!.
(list 'ourap-d hair. 'Tl.e obi inan is
tl"ing the preliminary j!h :ng for
hi sonV cp-ji f vil l (Nit, if 1 e oaly
kner it." JirW.
WON'T SEE IT.
'rreprrity vull s.n h;t ir
forth like the sun at lilgh noon,"
sa i'l the rhvpient riti.-"!.
Mcll',' anend Kartiicr l' rn
tos.'l; "hut a lot o fellers n r-".;:! I
here win tii p t so imuh i n; . iet :it
out o talkin bard jime tV.it I U-t
they'll put on ii.uki d j;hi.-a."
JOi r LIKE A MAN.
'IIe voi-l he v"ii'"l love vne
wavs. nomattir what hapis n.Nh''
"And got mad I'm- inututi s Lu t
leaiise 1 l.tid a p n in my W-.i."
METHOD IN HER ROMANCES.
"I Uheve eve ryl -.dy l.a.- f'e
for collating se"n'.!.,i:. 1st d:
jon think i Crohm''r'
"I 1 lii vo it is ihanvn I i n
Ilia It bvk me r;ht o tv
s.-iU Thit i fuite 4 ta!tf2.
( t f
it') v vcr.i.-. n I:.;. I Or.
iK.v.ir.tfi.Uacto in the
v-t t-art ',f t-iwn a mi re
g'rg to CU. Miller, biv h-'
- l Ji'i'. u ! !r' I t, rV n-,
h'-pe".iJ.i on the u.are t
r.ir.e a .-ro;j. Adrian Journal.
Wir.. L All. ire
Ma:C i .br.eCirver
lia'. v S.-
i ;,j j-h i jaw. -y
f ... . ,
ie C'.ar.c e E.d-iradi Sprir.es j
it Vi -;i V. o-.-d
1 .'.- C- -e. editor of the H:ec;riS.
paper r.-.nn, and very popular
with the people of that section.
: Of occupations distingish
!ed by tho fees as bureau, woxen
are engaged in all but nine.
I There are r.o woaen soldiers.
sail.-rs, u.zrlzzii. tiremen in the
tire ceprirttner.ts, street car
drivers there are two motor
men, however tcde?rarh or tele
phone hncmer.. or apprentices or
helpers to steam boiler makers
or brass workers. There were,
however, at the last census, five
women pilots, ten steam railroad
baggagemen, thirty-one brake-
men. twenty-six switchmen and
yardmen and ilagmen, s'ix ship
carpenters, two roofers and
i .s.aters, l-o blacksmiths. 5
machiuists, eight boiler makers.
thirty one charcoal and coke and
'.me bustiers and eleven well
J borers- Woman is engaging in
j aluiost every occupation that
man t:i.Js pre:! able and the I'.dO
census is expected to show some
wonderful increases ia the num
ber ef women bread-winners.
Farmers A: Stockman.
Ii is the wise father who will
heed this hint : (Jet your boy a
j "h when sclnH 1 i t.ut and keep
him busy until the next term tie
gins. Cive him to understand
that it is unmaniy to depend on
his d a el f. r pocket change
and ('"'hc-s, ar.d impress him
with tho fact that business
men and corporations
never select their men from loaf
ers ir,d idleis. And, say, let sis
have a coarse in practical house
keep. C.ve her a 1st of duties
that will bo helpful to her and
tvstfai to ii.. thvr, nod tenliy but
t:n;.!y br ,i.; the new s that ability
to o .i ntni sew is just as much
ii.iv accomi.iisijm.ent as
is the p 'm r i f endurance ul the
pi.i If lluddy is not able to
m..'..tk his own living by the time
liC" gl.'.oU.. is Hi.
ci.ann s sire
aga.i st h..a the rest of las hfe. ;
If S.s c..-.'t worn- g.mj bread be-
fore si e g;-is Ler d pl. ma it is a' -
t-. n b shot she wilt feet too smart :
; WxVi tl Uy r l I ;
K" '...' er, parents, as the tree'
is he r.t s.. it gr vv. It is easy to
e-f l ai u
v . a sapling but
!V v".hetlil attains
s ef :
re and rough.uos
liw l.vi nv Fam. y t-f music-
i.uis 1.1.1 l.tth at the I. ader
v 11 :i.e l.i-t vi, ; a;,d drew large
Cm - i-
ed i t t..'
'y is compos -
. i,"vi ca us i ;.irs ani t'.o
ly w.-ul.et a--d.ee -:s. She is a
i i i . i i ' . i . . . . i . u . i' r . t . . !
l . . . S I . v 1
ia.. !;.ivi t:!-s.v;a-.: and can mike
a v .v. ..u a.;;., a', t..
; .ytri , j ti5 flU.ry of t:.Ac3r
tri r1;, u. th.it W
: ,,;..- It i a Utory thai ds
nr.-. f.r.,r Xo thi nation. The
a 't ths aboriginal race-.
; c'-'nparativei? inncx-coui,
!,3U'.,: a ire dcvlly tj tr.a cf
!t:; wrxrl-. t:e world's prxffre
j '-'-u..4 -:. n t f-XiXaptX tf h-t-
or ;,i tctive races ir.c ip-
! ab'.e cf a da; t.at;.:-a to cedent cir
Ti.-.r.-.f. re th'.r.k tLtt tLe
im that thre alaoM be
erec'.-vi on Govc-nc r' ItlAnd, a
the g-ate ay c f '.'e York tarter,
a heroic statse by 02e grtat
S';-"; ot vriJ tsc(? with wjde-srr-'-i-i
arpr'-'Tih We VsM
th'nl: t;at c?rtIr;. if for o
o : " '. r
r. than the I rty ap
idea by "itln-
gj!-h'.d grerpef army cheers,
inc '. '1. t. g 0:teril H'rire Irter
G.-.r.':rcl ;'."tLvn Mllef, who wa
riti . j !,r.ly by Crcoe A oar
tighter, c d
Jec: ri! Lf r.ard Wocd, Lj
iowed La -a t.-,3 ia the fimoa
chase of Gvrosixo.
Ti.ere w .u.'n be See symbol
ism in the pacing of that tribute
of h.. r. . r and farewell to the past
where it will be seen by . ererj
C''.-r ti Ac erica before Le
p'-s- s n to the vision of Amer
ica's future embodied ia the
Stat-e ef Liberty. FtJiadeif 1.1
N r t .' A ujor iC a -
Bridegroom 56 Eriie 76.
Springfeld, Mo May il
Felix O.Banion, years old, and
Mrs. Mary L. McKinley, 76 years
old were married here. O'Danion
is a carpenter and lives in Springr
tlehi. The bride comes of an old
and wealthy Lawrence cccaty
family and lives at A error a. A
few micute.4 preceding their
marriage thev filed in the office
of the county recorder an ante
nuptial contract, in which waives
any right to the other's property.
Mr- and ?.!rs. Henry Klampp
entertained tlieir whist club at
their h-me last Thursday night.
Miss Donna Geiger and C. S.
lieasley were the priue winner.
Ali preset.', resort a fine time.
Kefrcsmeuls were served.
J a m e a t). Ilrown recently
sheared his sheep, some stear
in? 1 1 jvumds of wi!, which is
worth 1 1 cents a pound or $3 30
for the clip from a single sheep;
he weighed some of hi spring
lamb, one weighed TO pounds,
worth " cents a pound, or $6 0,
making a r.ct yield from one ewe
ofs.'.ll .The sheep industry U
coming t, the front in this coun
ty and is yieliiog the firmer a
rich pro:; l Mr- Urown ia one of
the many farmers wh are reap
ing a ruh harvest ircin the ia
dustiy. Adrian Journal.
A number cf Bates county
farmers w ho live along the? bt
, a.tcti south have Iwu in town and
a te:U.f the g.nvd wot k dona by
t;,0 aiteh during th high water
j.vt vv..c'. T;.e ditch, they say.
tMX A ,n;tt r.-o arid rarrt-st
:T animaienso amount of water
xv'aleo in past years would hive
..i,.. ,., K,tt...r. Ti.a ;
d 'Uht that the immense rainfall
o, l.,,.. .... i. .. ,
' KlUO Xtfi fA;r t0t of th? ditch
'.,... ... , ... . .
iihtcd If duringall t'.ocsi'ea.s."c.s
it suecet d in keeping the water
o:T l: e t .tte-i Imds a u.M
this jvar ,t will do more thua
ju - .Auy tv.'ut itto. Butler Bvui.
i.,..i"-i .. .. , .
i i .i-ii ooiii..y, wtu naa t:ev:
a't-.-ti J.r g a boy's b.licv-t in Si.
arrived homo Thursday
t.:U Lt the sui::-.f av-a:-.-s