Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, June 03, 1909, Image 6',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: State Historical Society of Missouri; Columbia, MO
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
b.'irjrest ( ircuhition in
i"pr;iiie rind Vic in it
h uVvsi i i hv't Si i,u
i r-i n r n n
I. O. O. V.
Sprncue Lodge .No. 1 ... F.
nin'tn every Tuesday ni.'lit. .1. 1).
D.'IVls N. J. H. Itaiiey. S.-r'.l .
M. W. A.
M. W. A, Camp mectscvery seninl
and fourth Thursday night in each
month Alocra F.lll Y.C., I. M
Rible School every Lords Hay l'h
a. in. H. O. M:isey Supt.
Preaching Sen ice every second
and fovrth Lords Hay ie;ieli month
11:00a Til. and 7:.'t0 p. m. Also Sat
urday before at 7:1 p. in.
L. II. Kueps.-!
M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH
r.'lilo School every Sunday at !" ft
in. I) M. Crtssman supt.
Preaching service tlilrd Sunday of
each month 11:00 a. in. and 7:31 p. m.
J. K. Spt ers
Christian Science Lecture Cent.
lal as in castlmr out I lie belief la
Now when a iltiitist sdiiiiiiiti-r
nnestlif ties t." Kronen ! or divert tlie
tboufht during the proee.- of an ep
eratlon, lie t- proewdinir u tlie ns
euniption that if a innii eaimot think
lie cannot le hurt: for tiiirhi Hie
time wlien the patieut'a thought Is
8U8iMnded or tllverted. hln tlesh and
bones can of themselves experience
no jiain, sensation, life or iiiteil!
genee. Consequently, pain is all in
the thinking:. It la Iu the ni vrtal
mind and not the physical form: It
follows therefore that even surgery
may prove Indirectly the mental
nature of disease,
HUMAN MINn NOT LUCuLNKKATIVK.
The observation that disease in
mental has aroused the fretieunt re
marn "'tll, if jm'.n Is all lu the
thiutlns:, just tlilnk you are well and
you will be eo." Now the same Ijj
uorant txdlcf that causes dise.-'.se cau
never cure it; for, if thinking you are
well la all that tavrphary, and it
could be so arranged at twelve
O'clock to-nt,;lit to have everybody
ttitnk they are well, then nil tlie
pain and suffering of the v ori 1 mliit
be wiped out lu a single idht. I'.nt
the luoht masterful loIe of material
Xdiilosophy cnu neer eonvltiee a
nufTerli) man that his p;in Is not
. real, for the fame mind that produc
es disease cau never destroy it. Only
tint Hpiritual Mind n taught by
C'hrlat Jesus can uncover sin and dis
ease and destroy it, an 1 that Mind
that was iu Jesus Christ has stood
forth lu bold relief throughout the
Cliristluu era as the panacea for the
world's Ills. Therefore "let this mind
be iu you which wns also lu Christ
Christian ScicutistM do not ) to
the bltk bt d with the heartier ass.-r-tlou,
Nothing ails you " Je-iw Lr.d
conipasblfiu for those who were
bound. He never heated a man by
Isuorlns Ids dlllieullles, but by re
cogulzltij in that bondage a proi.iem
which needed to be Holvtd in obed
ience to dhine law mid not fi.m
iKnoraut lnilef. for the spirit ual tiu
tlcrtuudilic of tiili law cipucrw the
nothlutiehH of evil uud illolre it
like dew before the un.
Jl.si n E'ki Mc.wj it in man wii.i..
It lu Well to kliuW tlj.ailu'Mii pOR
el cause of disease obtain in the
mortal mind and tliat tlie mi h r
BtandlnK of the divine Mind will
cure It; but hui.oiii nature always
finds MOinehody vho wants to clliulj
up by Btune other way. Sucli peo
ple hold that the .pirltuil .Mind Is
lit only for weak women and child
ren, but for the mail with a 1m lief lu
IterMonal magnetism the exercise t.f
of human will seem lieue manly,
'l'hld uuehristiau belief in hiii;ian w lit
ban lecn seized upon u n u ready
method for competing w 1th Chrli-lian
Science lu casting out tltseuso b y a
luetital prwess. Vitriouri ti n in t
have becu used t o designate thene
cflorts htlch Hi therapeutic Hlli-ct-Ion,
psyeo-thi rapeutlcu or Chrll!aii
psycoloy. They re admitted to
be tlie operation of tho human will
or carnal mind and may be operated
by a wicked man, nn lntidel or par
uu and therefore must bo the polar
opposite of tin) Mil) 1 of CloUt, for
"the i tni il luind li cuinity a.allnst
lliiiiia.i t iil i' animal propt tidily
wl.Jcb trie Vj Uo!nluat everything
I -iil'i rtpt Ion price $!. per year.
liKH. It. HoW K.I.I.,
Several pood solicitors in tlie
count ry around Kich Hill. For
particulars call at Tribune office,
J. D. Ijon shipped four car
loads of fine walnut los from
this place to Kansas City last
week. They wero cut on the
Coleman ranch southwest of
Give J. H. Raney
and se k to exploit Itself as Home
Brent tiling, but if "the l!ht that 1
in thee te darkness, how great U
that darkness.', This blind belief in
animal will would commit inurdsr
and do ail manner of evil to satisfy
its own desires Its chief chnraeter
Istlcs are lust and selfishness. As n
educated system, Its more litddeu
use is evplaited In hypnotism and
mesmerism, which are ppecltlcally
defined n auhyal mag:nettsin Tlilnk
yon that thlsfableiuouserof mythlos
is the panacea for the world's lills?
Jesus Christ completely eschewed
any ue of the carnal will, well
knowing that it possess none of the
joy and strength of divine J.ove
which regenera tee both mind and
body. Indeed he understood the
powerlessness of human will, for he
said, "I can of mine self do nothtug:
Iteenuse I seek not mine own
will, but the will of the Father
w hich hath stmt me. If I liear wit
ness of myself, my witness 1 e not
Paul declared that the nu righteous
mammon "changed the truth of God
into n lie, nnd worshipped nnd serv
etl the creature more than the Creat
or." Therefore the basis of nil evil,
auimnlity and dtsease Is a lie; with
out mind, Intelligence o r power.
Therefore any use of this animal will
or therapeutic sujfirestlon lea ile
about tiod or truth. This carnal
mind belny; a lie, no one can ever ex
plain a lie as something; for "who
can understand his errors," nsked
the palmist? Truth on the other
hand can hlways be understood, and
the understanding of Truth casts
out error as dew before the sun. We
are learning lu Christian Science to
recover our divine Inheritance of do
minion over all sickness and sin nnd
in consequence we are learning to
experience more of the Joy of that
blescfd freedom from error by the
understanding of Truih.
t At K AM) F.IU:CT.
We may rend frem the book of He
brew how that the figure of the la
ticvi r made the chosen peopis per
n-el rather did It continually reuilud
tli' in of their sin, w hcri-hy they
tiiude sat rili. jrr after year tor
the same nlii. lint Christ Jesus, man
feKllng the eternal spirit of the luw,
purged thetr coDstence once for all,
and once purged, they had no more
eoiicijnmies of thowt ln a either in
mind or III body. The apostle I'md
has portrayed this n the true heal
hit;. Instead of euut Inanity doetor-
hu; cm-eta, Christ Jeaus dealt w ith
tlie meutii.I cause, nud w hen ho pur
ged the conscience cf sla it also frtsd
the body of dieae Indicating po.
Hive relation ls tweeu sickness Mud
sin, "l or whether It I aier to say,
Arle, and walk." Thus It Is that
Christian Science- heals both physic
ally and morally.
WlienJcsii healed the lunatic
child he did not rebuke the migcls of
iod la the belief that (iod lulltcted
tie disease, but "he rebuked the dep
ilate! he departed out of him; and
the child w a cured from that very
iiour." Kvfii a poor crippled worn
an he referred to a "a daughter of
At.ru.haui, whom Satan hath bound,
K), these eighteen years," and he
healed her by first cabling out the
The mission of Chriat Jcnuh was to
'Mertroy the works of the devil. ' lie
regarded both sin uiid sickness as
bt -longing to that class, width he
proteeded to destroy with Truth
j jtnd L'ne.
Hi St-ue of do II, how-
Lot i something with
We see from the papers th t
Kansas is j.rin to mnlsonn t ;1V t
to Mop Sunday huso hall plsi it
claiming that it is an jw.c -Hi i
lV which men Rain ti livel.l o I
hih! therefore it is unlawful. o
take off our hat to litem find pay
good luck, proceed. J5ut why
stop with hao hall Why not
proceed ngaiii&t rail roads unci
other corporations that perforin
labor en Sunday in order to (gain
a livelihood? One is as illegal
as the other.
The Children's Day exercises
at the Christian church last Sun
day evening and was very beau
tifully and impressively render
ed. The house was packed to
overflowing. The children all
did excellent work, little Miss
I'auline Crabtree beinK the Mr
of the evening. A liberal con
tribution wa taken for foreign
missions after which the familiar
hymn "God be with you "till we
meet aain" was sunjr, and the.
benediction pronounced by IVof.
Read the Tribune
hoofs nnd burns, but ttiecarnal nilud
which is enmity against tltid. The
sick man, however, by reason of Ids
sickness may not I half so sinful ns !
the well man, as you will perceive
by tlie following word: "those
eighteen upon wbotii the tower of
NlloHin fell, and slew them, think ye
thatthev wer slnuers above all
men that dwelt lu Jerusalem? 1 O il ,
shall all likewise jK-rish." And from ;
what should we recnt, if not t iie
carnal mind with Its tram of mater- ,
lnlisiu, that weroay "hold fast that .
which Is good? - '
So good a man as Job regarded ,
ins sickue tin me uuueiuiH oi .-.i-
tt.u uu ..wc v.. wt,u, iuU -""s'- t Uon nnd grace that u t ..nv rea l,
his release through a letter uu.hr- iu((, unu.nitHn,,i ani, ,K. hi. ,.
standing, not of his disease, but ofj(, , w ,.lt t.,in,,t,.r ,n ,, , tltk
the power of (Jod.-the Truth that , ..S(.,,nr0 ,, (.allh-. kntwll (lH lh
makes fret. He was exhorted to, h , '.Fruitage." contain, a
be at pence." Flaally be cried out
"I have heard of thee by the hearli g
of the ear; but now mine eye seeth
tliee," and lie was healed, restored.
to life and health. 1
Wit. Kliliv's MWOVftKV.
Before Mrs. F.ddy discovered Chris-
trlan Science, she bail been searching
for years along this line of luei.tal
causation. She had Is-en t u i in--'
homeopathy and learned the mental
nature of (list-use, and that the high
er attenuations of medicine w h
contained the least of tho drug ami
the most mind were the mot pow
erful. She continued her Investiga
tions beyond boineopathy ti a men
tal standpoint, with the question
ever ts'tore her, whether matter or
Mind heals the sick
In her subsequent Investigation
of mental Influenced she learned that
the carnal will or magnetic healing
was absolutely opposed to her own
ideals of mental healing as piai llced
by Hit Inspired Christians, and she
turned from it. Hie ponsesw-d u
spiritual inslglil that otliT failed to
appreciate. Surely m1 was even
then guhllug her up to the rlgtit
understanding of primitive Christian
healing. Indeed she submitted to
ail manner of stress and trial, but
wlihal proving a hpeclal Illness to
receive the revelation of Truth, by
clinging so naturally to her Ideal of
right nud forsaking the couuter
tll. It was at tlds period of hcrcxer
lence that the great sptiltual llkht
law tied upou licr conslcotisiiess, and
found her waiting uud prepared to
rt levu tlie message. The itrcuui
Mtance w hlcli broiiglit this spiritual
awakening thereby csiabltslied
her conclusions was her remarkable
nvovery, li: t!i'year !), from an
Injury .caused by au accident. She
was seeking to consul her sullerlng
seuse by reading passages from the
Scriptures, when she caught the
depth of Its spiritual Import and
was instantly healed. This was the
vindication of her Ion search, for It
was the Spirit that quickened uud
she knew It.
Now that Mrs. Lddy had found
the Comforter, which Is the "Spirit
of truth," and which heal the alt k,
resumed her search of the Scripture
foj a nleatitlc explanation of It,
that she might Impart it to other,
Mie aoou learned the healing oi r
ales according to a dl!ne law, and
she heguu to write out her observa
tions. These writings formed the
basis of her more complete work
known as "Science and Health with
Key to the Scripture," which w us
first publlehed lu l67!i.
N II. Confers and mmi wont to
K",iii:m City tlie fore part of t'ie
wi't-k to pur-haso their stock of
ponds for t:ioir now sioro just
cotnple.ted. The tinn rami will
bo Confers Conyers.
There will be nn ice oivain
and cake festival at the Christ,
ian church next Saturday nitht
v,iven by the f.ad'n-s Aid Society.
Everybody invited to attend and
bt nig" s; ti ''(,dy " I'll Ihoin.
It, F. Totter has caught the
improvement fever, lie is piiig
to put a new roof on his resi
dence in the west side of town.
Tho city's best Nimro.ls clean
ed np tlieir shot puns, pump (juns
and all other kinds of jruns and
sallied forth to the timber last
Tuesday to make a raid on the
movent squirrel. For some
time past now they have pro
tected and cared for by the name
warden but. on tlie tirst day of
June he withdraws his protection
and allows the merciless hunter
to have full swing",
Tills wonderful treat in t)ii Clirls
tian Science presents so accurate nn
j exposition of Its Science that thou
! sands of iieoplt have been cured of
all forms of chronic and acute dis
eases, by the simple reading of that
book, fulfilling the Setipture, Yei
shall know tin truth, and the truth
shall make yon five." Mrs. Kddy
r,.;ul, ,,1(,,y t.xc!lHl,l aIlv l:1,.n. ,.,.
l)n u) 1(1 slU(J.,.t vl;uXililg i.rM.;f
rct, v t, dttlarI1). . ;lc(tt
tlii.y e'x,st ,tcilHIlot for tliat rrll9n
N, Me Uinu.u, omuIoi, )f a woman,
jor ni ont, van t.jt,.r milyv or change
oMh A ,.(W
,, . . ,i.w-n .. . ,. M,.i.
liriv lifHn tireki-nte.l -,
V 1. N -
deuce- and proof of the fact that Its
study has healed nil manner of sin,
sickness), disease and Infidelity.
Surely by such works of redemption,
Mrs. Lddy has in-come the greatest
!!! ffietor to th suffering humanity
since tlie time of tlie primitive Chris
There Are some, howewr, who
have found ii dllticult to grasp the
author's meaning lu their study of
the ChllntUll Science text book. In-dt-cd
then. are Hume Intelligent petpie
w ho hae confessed to th! ill;Il, ulty.
i;i the other hand, tin smallest
school boy has tieeii know n to gain
a suthcieut understatidinx of it
teaching to heal himself and oilier.
The seeming obscurity to the riper
Intellect Is ticeasloned by a
method of approach. He ap
proaches the study of hrlsttaa
science from a mal'-rl.il a view
point as he would th study of
physiology. Hut a one ha to
think mathematically to learn
mathematics, so one must think
spiritually to understand Christian
Tho Man tor said. "Ilxcept y,.
converted nml Is-come a lit t ! child
ren, ye shall not enter Into the king
dom of heaven." We dicov er t here,
(ore terlaiil l-eedful qualities la the
child, as first footstep to an under
standing of ChrUllaii healing Then
are humility, spbltuul n-crptU Ity,
and teachableness tim e qusllllc so
liatlte to the child I ha!. If lost , they
must be regained to reach the Veri
ties of Spblt.
I OM .t sloN.
Whatever else may be said about
her this fact should pintray the
true character of the PUcoverer ami
f ounder of Christian Science; for
Trisco Time Card
IIIAIXH 1.1-1' Alii,
No. 11', l'assetiger ll.;ii) a. m.
No. lb.), Mixed 4 0U p. hi.
No. list. Ml led 10.10 a. m
No. 1M, PatuM-nger 3.ui p. m
No. 1S2 I-eaving at II 3o a. m.
liiiil.es counectli.il at Union for
(iluts north and south. la st train
for Ft. Scoot; I'Htsl.nrg Joplln and
No. I v) leaving at 1 hi p. m. ,.
nectsat I'ieasantou with KansasCity
train ami a nw train for I t. Seotl
Arrives at Kansas- (ity it ,ii p. m.
Arrives ut Ft. Scott b M'i p. m.
Oko. IJ. Co.Novrn Agt J
Cn'n, M'l'l il V rettll lied f 1 i 1
K nils as ('it , W he I e ho l,.i d been
for several day s n n.Jer 1 1 ca' it - nt.
for stomal li ttoiihle. l(o i-i
ilt SOtlH'W hilt lll!p-,.t d il) m 1,1 II
and w o hopir fer his i-oinp'-t
Chas. Falor shipped a hue i,(d
of cattle to the K' n.Mts City n,:ir-
ket lust. Monday. j
tvitite a nuuilier rrom this ciiv
exp- ( t to attend the ('. II. (V:r
Tcntii'ii in liutlcr next wvk. j
It doos not apit ar to h ue o- '
urred to lh evident Taft, who is j
looking around vainly for a uit '
able Ambassadoio to' China to
ak Gov. ll.idley tosu4e,t, so.)Se
one from Sprnue.
Mrs. (.'lee Henley artist d,
home last work from Kedalia. ;
She reports her father very
much improve '
Mr- and Mrs. V.. M. McCray ;
were called to the bedside of
Mrs. McCrays brother J..hnl
1 Smith who is very low h-.rt
trouble at his home near Carton
those childlike q i tli len mu-t d ive'
Im-mii iiiermost la her thought
discover so aeeurat.-lr tl li "i Olt
of truth" or til vine Comforter. In-
d.tl she Is a true friend to all loy-rs
of Truth. She has prentt,-1
m e a n 1 n K of li !, ,. r.
and 1IU rty. and ll,erel,v
bouinliess gratilu ! ' o f
How clear It Is that a
emtes the quality or char
authors mind. We can know !1
mind tit Shakespeare to.. a p.,- n a 1 ;
lug his honk. We c. -in due- rn the'
kind td man. whether he w as u 1
or evil, by his wrltlnuv In ilkem-oe
ner the purity of Mrs. 1". I
thought Is clearly protrayed by .
her writing, for she 1 a faithful i
diti!plt of her own leaehitiv. To j
understand the work is to inch r
stand the author, ami it follow t h.u
to unterstnd t In
terstsnd the author is lo tin I
v o r k s , This N why!
said, "no man can do a miracle ;
In my name and lightly speak t it uf
igntiy speatv t u oi
me," and it foil
that no one can li
Ihe attHior of S lenceand M.-.tltli and '
understau 1 It teaching. I'aui had '
to change his thought coiici-ruh.g :
the early 'hrl-tiaii and t heir ( -i. li-'
trig, and hi n ii.h ,-rsta inline wa .
coltiehieiit withhU life afterwards '
It shotiht be a lc.csotialle lhlc.it la a
t IirlsUati (uud t r tie tern hlnft.s ot
our Master and W.MnhoWi-r to 1 .. '
fulfliieil, hri-iiau Scieiic lia- pt'tie
trated t In le.Vstciv of his words aid '
works: and In alt that we d-i, uie
nsked to oliserxe Mr. C I l'.v -r j-!:.-Illel
t. "Foi.ow jiiir a .id' r only so
.lp.'ikli.! .l!.in. I ln-l.l "
Shortly after Mrs. Adam'
Set'lingor received word that her
si&ter M i s- Lucy Lany was tlyinu' j
Tuesday Mr. Scchpejor m'oi; .' 1
word that his mother vas dyinvr
at till holiH' of Ikt .soil J.lo ;!.,
near Ko'. kvihc, Mr. Scclmgi-r
loft at onto for his uudhcrs hcti-
11. plesellOitlti-, I. M liliihth
Circuit Judi:e. C. A, Detilou.
I'rol.Jkte Judge, J. . S-lltCK.
County t h i k, C. il W i'.-U,
lo tiit i leiU. 1) T. lanhree.
Kecordi-r, 1, M. biultli.
Slierltr, W. J. Itullocl,.
I'rosct Dting .Mty. W, t Pa-wsou
Treasurer. S. I.. Coleniau.
St hoo ( 'oni'r, A . I., It ch.
Iload i bridge Coin. I., II. Iloi rou.
Administrator. John llats.
Coroner, Ir. C, A. l.usk.
rreslding Juilge, J. T, Harper; as j
a soelutes, A. H Hyde, I, S, i'.iddok
Missouri Pacific Time Card.
No It r II IHiI'M'.rr. I.ol'ls a l K . C.
No. IMS. leaves 11 :.".: a. m
No. "10 Ieaves.... lo.L'sp.m
No. U'uri Leave &A n m
WKT IIOCMl. IT. SI OTT CIW I II A I,.
No. 4h7 U'.ive l:t"i p. m.
No. id'J Iauivcs 6,e0 a. in
SOt TH Hoi Ml.
No. l!'f.l Arrives n.no a. m
No. 2o7 Arrives l i s p. m
No. i'Ua Arrives pi.(:i j,.
ICAr IIOI Ml, I T. Mi 'OTT I I.V1 HAL. I
No. 4'iH Arrives H la p. iii
No. J Pi A r riven la.,-'.. ...I
!'. I'. '"I
11. A. liAILtV, Ag I
I7V.H (T renvoi
. . . it i. ti a f j i fci-tff pf , h. 'jut mid
t , ' '.j-tnm mA truftir i ,
y 1 1 in a f.r uitiUii; jftiiah ri j vw i. ift
, ;Jf..7 f sat Ofrattmt f 4 intk
mzm of wckes ri.ri'i'jx:
of -!iii-n. MiiDf h t"f'fi !i I, r,T-in
ft-, At .lutn. Special tKok fwr cmou h i:t!K
mc.md rnmni fnmi it wt.l. titr.ii 8k rill,
V npCI C Pa!cl J Crd U T.
t.lllyUUkir.DtM, uprt-V itnr
O' itni. StnJ lr mr.K H v k
kw ritrtrilT ir-n)xit rr It tt Vital
Tu'ft. H -Jectl, Kuplurfl, StrH-tut. i
C!??LE0 CH!LD"E!I SHS,
wttiTt poa ran book ow
r nt) Pen. C'.rTstui I.un, t-ff. f- vli.
1 m iet;. C'Mrb,
H pod r, I
I'n'.Mit tnefiiit lrrt-tl i fcuTTia by
f '1 (ialilia Fr n4 tor.lVor tiJ.
t ,1V or 1 lotttr. Thirty frt' jrr,.e:.i.fc
170 pud f'!ttrti rr. (ttrlf ir'rfc
ikiurfxtuo, ca ftl or wrir o
nf II fPC OflCi. IHWUUTT..
. Ui M. KbCt KAN-;", CITY. MO.
Its up to You
,0 dl'- iJe 'oCre is the br ., place
in town to Luy jour fiocirivs
, well try J. C- Tavlor then vou will
! kii0,v finJ ,u (0f ' .
W m R icho r d son
Shoe-strin-s Tolish, En:shcs.
South Sixth Street.
n I rt f" r
IlieirOSC jC Lf flOF
. r .
Heck & Kuble
When in town
si'iH A 1' 'I ill
Oppos:tf T.tlm.i;;e i'v.izt
24 Pest Cards Free,
l I "It IH :ot opp-i tiniii v
l t.iin 4 li.iud-an.r
u ma c ue
(""t cmK loi i,,,;i in ad
: k1" h' 'l-oitr i, tMte d.:itn-nt
! I''"1-, n ..m 1 : ; j i.'o,,,o. C.U.N. .'4
' : 'U11 c ,n,t ro,a mi t
entitled L... go i j ... i f the
I'iou, is." Iu i nh ,,,,t. f ,;-tl,c
ct, I hi i e air i ( ; .f.v -diued
aiv-i.ir I' -M C.tt.U, AM ..u hxvtt
'" " to ' ' i.on t.'o di i-t i rn I jc
I O ..I, i,
i tj the
U l I 1
1 Ci'y Viil,U j
t III H l.kli ., t ,.i
"II l A. Il , .pt ()( y ,,,, m,1m I ,p lot)
lot 1 he K.oi..( t'.tv ', , l.lv Ja,tn.
ill Ihe tu-,ilo net , r
S.anliu ist on will I e ,,-nt o(;,.
lultlv fue the n t.o.U ttl uh
t int. lie ante to upeufy
whctlai you w.o, tl , j, (..;0,ic
C.il ils. the 2- I low t l C
i I Lni;ti.i. e of i I
. or tlie
I low cr
C.I I 'I.
We know thnt you uul I e highly
plciM-d with tin e p..st t:.lt,U. 1
Co'iac l';oiU .oe vtty ''fii;,, )", !.R
I'iow t r L'.OiU coni, of ;hf pin, i .ip;il
llowtis roe nil in K.uoilul colot.;
Hie "Language of the. i,mei,'
OMd are till m I cioiiibii color Hnd
l::ie mottoe. which tut j..u the
sc-iit iun-Dt of the 11 w .t..
Hcint nila-r fcr the srn.tll nam of
-'S fit.t vou leteive I'co Kan
til) Wi.klv Jo,,, ,,..1 f.,r a (nil )car
'mi v-t i inn ihoice td
l'V one of
C Mis Ol pt M cud,
ho.t, ,oi.l addles
Ihe Kansa, Ciiv Vm.m.v jvl. n
NAI K.WiAivJ IIV,;,h,