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(tn-t m -JimoI l i t 1 IliU WVf-k
5.y i'. M. .UiNon whh liJ.ii U, lit Sum
mit, tn ji . They were l,-Hiln hoaw
nut Kv'Hi"K iy.-o.ly for winter, Ml
una It.ir.l in the f.arher and she
);.-,$ !;,-r work veil oranled uml
has one til I'm tiowt (ii'liotiiH in the
cmn.ty. They have a well ftn,lhed
m huni room and the people tithe n
fto.nl Interest In tlm work.
In l epellin conrest till ieek
the came nuriU vcrp iincdiH in the
t n o ptvvhn; wif!v Put with much
ln t 0-r result . The follow liiir pup!!
i-jici.Vd nil the words f ins week; Ixdn
U "tij i.i nI. t Jinii New loll, uud Ma,?-
f,1i ireel(!i nf HcTTvil wtiool, In
Snnuv.lt twp.; tlraee Venalile of
I'Uvk wlmol. in Summit twp.; Kl
in. -r Sclo-rlc h, KhmiU I.otpeUii, Knrl
M. T" p'-'n nv.-l Ethel l:irfc cf
PasMe inii l, in Mound twp.; Eva
K'.ii-klfF ami Minnie Mcti.l! of Altona
M-iiodl, hi SI. aw n.-e twp.; Clark Enos
ofMt. Zion school In .Mound twp,
Wl! thlllU till' dUT'-rence ill tlie PJK'l-
llng of thin mid former weeks is due
to the fact tU.it the K. hOOl4 United
this week nil to )k more Interest Hi
last years opening contest. AVeean
not help hut think that the contest
was of nitii'h benefit to those who
took part iu It.
It mems that one wt of book
Keri In the county 1 .4 resorting; to
iHi.it any kind of lucrum to ell their
books. They are claiming to te out
at "the 3vijtH-t of the county superin
tend iit and that the superintendent
wr,nteveiy tenelier Iu the county to
puri-liM;. their books and la some in
"taneea have displayed a letter oj
coinniemJaMnn of tlielr books from
the loijierlntend.-nt. I want to sny
that I have written no such letter
tiur authorized ony -one to use my
name J;i connect ion with any book
or books i:vilher do i la tend to. 1
am asking teachers to buy two
books this year and they are our
reading circle books. On the other
Laud 1 do believe that many teach
ers can afford to buy tbene sets of
books. My suggestion U to leave all
agents alone. heu I really want
the teaeheru to buy any book I will
tell the teacher and not the agents.
Col. ,1 N. Sharp of Mound twp
was hi Saturday and itusxvsted that
we !vc our exixrlouce iu the 1'asna
tc (school un5ca we wanted him to
tc!I It for us, Now the facts ure
that while we wer in the nildht of
s wli un autowobile pnnwd by
and canned our horse to break loowe
and we bud to (stop and rehltch the
liore and had juet gotten under
ftood headway ng.-ila when another
auto patted and jut us out of eom
inlncion again. No merlon damage
vva done outxide of tbepteeh-mak-fK.
We vUited school in the north
of thei oucty nop found them doing
well lu Piite of the book agents. The
school are willing and anxious to
take up any work we auk thcui to
and the teachers are taking ft good
interest iu the work and every teach
er vWted is In the readiugclrcle. The
rural teachers of Ieer Creek twp
have twelve members enrolled and
expect to reach fifteen Ufore thir
next meeting. They ure live and
wide uwnke tip there.
The following townships report
tine rend in circles: Heer t reck, hum
:;lf,, llowflrd, Homer, Charlotte,
spruce, Hinwiiee, .New Home and
Muund. Thi'm Is much interest in
th. work iu nil the township but
two or three and we. think tWr !
realize the Importance of the work.
Where the Work Is well orgiuiUi-d
leaeh.'rs g"i uucf good out i,t the
meetings by an exchunse of ideas.
The program of the teachers meet
ing for Oc L i"j..;;d and a' buiimtiuc
uiiceralng the spelling cout ts and
the school exhibit to be held at tlic
a.-toclaliou ure b. lug mail.il to the
leaclu-rs. We hope that every school
In the county will d soiiu tiling i,
each 4 these. The st hool cuiuiol U'
InteiVhted lu a belter work and the
prizes have Uxu ottered v,th the
hopo that the school might Ihj help.
life iick You
! . . .
13 tak Car Jul. for your finals
I trM.hies, bsc.u:u3 wa &ra sura it
:, v.i i,e,p y0u. Kemember thai p
J C'e-'il female remedy !j
V"i-! "MM j
. L",3 1 iC'Ui;!;t relief to thotiiandsof
i . r lii-aijjriis, backache,
i . . . .
i '.-iii;, r liiriic wk-.M' j
i.'-.ny h;iv t:v J it !i '-the i
J v.::,o to t .I:;." Try I:! f
!1 in Thh City V1
Persona!? Telling the Ddrs
People You. Know
Mrs. Wallace Tctrol nnl child
ren were visiting in Kansa City
ttnd seeing the V, O. P. prRc!e
W. 11. Van VoorhJs and wifa
arrived homo Sunday n i g b t
from Kansas City where Mr. Van
Voorhis has been attending the
meeting of tho state photograph
Ijca L. Geo and wife of Men
tuouth Iowa are visiting with Mr.
Gee's father L. Geo of the csst
end. c. . .. -
A tank car filled with acid at
tached to the red ball fast freight
jumped the track at the custom
ary place between Archie and
Ilarrisonviile at ftn early hour
Monday inornin? causing; pass
encjer points north to be seven
hours late. ;
D. B. Hickey of Chanute Kans,
was a Rich Kill visitor yesterday.
Xuel Mills. Clasie Meyet and
Lela Clark of Butler and Her
bert Smut of Ilarrisonvilla drove
down from Butler Sunday,
With this issue of theTniBuyE
we add one more valued corres
pondent to our already large list
and her name is "Mollie." '
. . . v
. Miss Frances Samuelson of
Sheridan Wyoming arrived yes-
terday morning and will attecjj
Ilign School here this winter. -
Mrs. T. W. Robertson was. , ft
pleasant caller at the Tkibcne
office Wednesday. ' 1
New ifornt Ncsnets,
We were too busy last week to
write but as our items are not
much wo don't suppoae anyone
noticed we were absent.
Paul Goodrum left Monday for
Kansas City to attend business
Vernon Botkin and wifa made
a business trip to Rich Hill Mon
day. R. R. Bennett and family via
ited with Dr. Rhodes of Foster
Mrs. Fern Snuffer's grandma,
Mrs- Evans, is visiting her at
We were sorry to hear of the
fire at the New Home mines as it
will throw so many mea out of
R. H.,Goodrum is picking Rob
ert Bennett's apple crop.
N. T. Badgett and wife of Fos
ter visited their son Tom Badgett
Bennett and Cole are still mak
Charlie PattoQ and family vis
ited W. B. Miller Sunday.
Mrs. W. M. Bell is intendis:
to leave Tuesday for Sodalia to
attend tho fair and visit relatives
WORD HAS CHANGED UtkKlM
In ths Middle Ajss "fsssfit" MmM
cfToid, en Which th fMsy
i as i nurcn psgetnt hu tmt ens
curious about the eiat trnij of
ft i .
' to iho Uictionsry, Wcla Is
findti that ll.e original mening f
"lKent ii not the Pfi it pos-
io-uar, jo ui the word. gig.
"OH. spectacle or thestricsl n
liii-iuon. I he original pageant vt
'.l;e fuel or movable acaifoKl n
hih pla.vii were prcwntM. The
I'nj-'cimjs of fhe miJaie tpn im
wiiolly eocleaiustie, as the Spectator
niiiiii. us. -iho removal cf th.-se
btiiri;ieul j.Lng frjrn rjMl;r (o IltTf(
fiel r,ta nave io churchyard, were
only s(ej,s in the evolution of trie
.un siery j.lay, and ita s frmn
ti'c (.xdu-nro care of m-lcsiaatiea; ti
; it premutation (from the end cf
('!ril .11" ivl)! I in r, -.1 V
......... uua,mi j.t
r..u. -.. I - .. .. . . ' ..
T'-;i !r.-..-l of the (owni, ticler
iriiul siinenriniun Hot a!t.,tn.t!j.
oHi, i.i.". I1Md O.rt-iAi
tcrcst!.:3 f.tws ti'Ait.
Mrs. Hocpcrls visiting friends
in Iiebrar,ka at this writing.
Miss Nannio Neat and Mrs- L.
F. Robinson and iton Glen of
Rich Hill was calling la Keith
Friday. . . - n:
J. A. Borron is eipHie home
the middle of this week' from his
Wyoming visit. '
We heard an old settler who
waa at Bntler Wednesday," Ray
that "Gabe" couMa't bef found
when it cam time for his f peeoh
but during the fiddlers contest
and sack race etc, ho was. right
on the f pot. ;: " '
P. W. Lynch was up last week
with a lot of cattlo from . Howell
co. lie is grazing quite a bunch
of cattle near Keith.
Mr. James Whcatle? i from
Butler is visiting at his 'brother
William VTheatteyV L : J- "
Dr. Rhoades, of Foster, while
in Rich Hill Thursday, .at the
maeting of the Medical Associa
tion also paid a social call at Aunt
Betty Neats; when asked where
his Auto was, said it vras at home
In the Bhed'out of. repair 69. he
was driving his span of greys.
A fine cow belonging to Ben'
Rand had her leg broken .last
Thursday and had to be, killed.
It was quite a los as Ben was
fattening her for th market. -
t Tho ypung ladies io- tha'Rcav-
ley neighborhood are tryica-to
see. who can get tho. most -rides
ia that high, air buggy,. . .(.The
buggy belongs to ui Ayar J - E
.Mrs J. IL Borron of Foster
passed, through Keith Wednes
day en route to Rich Hill on ft bus
iness and shopping expedition.
Just about the beat sermon 'we
over beard was preached by Rev
F. .W. gUrrinir fA tha Ba'pirat
church Sunday mornlpg. The
subject was The Mysteries of the
Jrt . " . ' '
As Miss. Pansy, tho- Reavly
correspondent is visiting in Kan
aas City and taking in the sighU
we have taken the liberty , of a
few'items from her territory..,,
We. would like very much to
see Miss Sallia Campbell of Oktv
homa who is visitins her sister,
Mrs- W. 11. Frazea of Restley.
We raccived ji letter from Mrs
Jake Engleman who recently
went to Van Couver Washingten.
She said that they saw, plenty
of snow oa tbeir way out; that
Jake had been fishing, caugjit
plenty of fish and they hadn't
located permanently yet. '
Ben Rand who has been so &f
flictod with boils the past tew
weeks is reported no better, .
Mrs.. Mary Goodman and her
daughter, Miss Mertie vMted
relatives at Eldorado Springs
Mr, Clyde Wilson, young but
still good looking called on Miss
Agnes Martin Sunday evening.
Thoe of thi j vicinito attending
ths State Fair at SoJ;Uia are; Mr
Lyons, Hann Swope, Ifoy Svopa
Bruce Smith and Scott Smith,
r rank Duncan of Joplin "was
visiting in the country Tuesday
Mr. Collet Davis and wife and
ain have returned from. Kansas
City. They were dissatisfied with
the first mouth of city life and
decided to try no more of iU "
George Poulter has returned
5Iiot Missotirt, It's a k1 ,y
It lu-lp Jonrnlf. There's iiothliijjf
l t ti r to lM.iit fa pi) thv lroa.1 Inn,!
Frank Knowios is in Arkunsns
buying ho'S for his ranch at t!u
A number from this ploco nro
taking in t!a carnival at Kannas
City this week.
Miss ICatherino Jackson who
has. been visiting in-Apph-ton
City for tho past two weeks ha
Charley Valentine and wife
have moved on tho Girard place.
Mr. Lambert and family and
J. W. Welch and family wero at
the county seat Saturday on bus
iness. Miss Nellie Jones was shop
ping in Nevada Saturday. '
Our school janitor had quito a
compliment passed on her sweep
ing last week by tho county
Supterintendent. Now that is
rather funny and her being sin
Jake Grooms who has been in
Kansas City the past fou r rnint.lii
returned home Saturday night.'
Cap Roberts and Bill Bennett
were transacting business at thp
county seat Saturday.
J. S. Leonard hauled brick
from this place last week.
J. y. Welch and daughter
Miss Cora departed for Kansas
City Sunday noon to take in the
carnival and visit relatives.
H. C. Lyons and son-in-law of
Carbon Center loaced hogs at
this place Saturday to take to
the State Fair.
lijrs. IJumblp and Rranddaujih
ter Miss Pearl were shopping in
Mrs- Leonard's father was a
Horton caller Saturday.
Durst Haggertv n recently
went to Idaho has retun.cd.
. Mr. Lewis of Metz has moved
into the Ora Rose house on North
-,;Mr8. Lcf th pf Metz was a. Hor
ton caller Friday.
. Miss Pearl Leeth teacher of
tho Horton school visited with
Mrs. Hawley one night last week.
Mrs, Abe Tourtelott and
daaghter spent Sunday with
Mrs. O. P, Robiscn.
Mrs. E. J. Fitzgerald of Pitts
burg Kansas is here visiting her
daughter Mrs. C IL Allen
II. . Mahan has accepted a
positior as agent at Trenton Mo.
with the Rock Island.
Miss "Myrtle Tourtelott who
, , ... , '
um wcvu xoinun ui ieisoii i.iu
aas for some time returned Sun
C, II. Allen has again resumed
duties as agent at this place.
Ted Engles and lady wero out
drb'jngjn this vicinity Sunday-
Miss Prarl ' Ramsgo returned
from Pittsbnrg Sunday nicht.
Misa Kate Craig called on Mrs
Roes Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. (Jeo. (Circle and daughter
Miaa Goldio have riUtarned from
their western trip.
Tom Chick and wife pont
Sunday with Iluppy Hill friend-.
Mrs. A. S. Miller departed
Monday morning for Polo Mo.
to visit her son Charlie,
W. A- Rick of I. nver O-lo.
passed through our burg la.st
Several people from this viein
ity are attending tho Suto Fair
at Sedalia this week.
Fred Zimmerman, wifo and
daughter Mlsn Fi'eda visited
with Walter R"s and fi;;i!y
MVl.Hnes (lurn end (.'In'.'' r
1.1 lit Mix. i;. ...-. Mon-hy
l'ldd K!!-y of But l-e ifit
A I In
Mi'li-r liMue iMi I ) 1 1 n y .
The (hi '!it ri
huildipg on Ki'lt,
T-oui i.ienc'. ti
M'.;.i N ivw
Iiohm; Tue-Hilny tnonilug,
11. Phillirkk is vi-itiuu; ft if ml
ar.vl ri'iatives in Now iritiip-loi''.
Mi.j Kllielaiul Harry Cln't'-r
called on Ccjr.a Uefse I'lid y
.Georire Keeso and intliie'r de
parted Tue.-ulsv Bwin for Katj'w
CityOLo visit relatives and fni iid.
We are, in trouble niii for w:
were just rendy to set our Cp
for "Patsy" of the F.nt"rpri-o
but have iihout eonie to tlie con
clusion phe lms been cnptnif.l.
We do not think It fur to n-k
questions so will wai; pntir.t.!y.
It vsrt-s very tboul.tful ia i-ua-
shine to mention tin correspond-.
eritf calling n the TRniCNtf wh-n
i n towiT.
s Suiisiiine i
friend -of everybody we mi'it
not.bear.ocquiiint-.inco a wcil!-s
she. . . . .
. Sows) fie m this viclMfy r
letiuea mo iaie i air tiiH v. u. i
Mrf. B.'-frV Kniith returned to
her hf.'me hi Ci)!.ft-at?,j' Spiinsi-
Monday after ii three vtvk-s
with her mother.
We think Ht? Tiep'o" of V!.'fo
Rock phnuld feel proud that Cen
tral Knnsas calls on them for iv;
auctioneer. - -
Our street commissioner ha
been dning'some excellent vm,v
or. east main nr.d north witcr.
Mrs. Munnn expects to leave
xjifr her homt in CuVifoi iiia.
Her littlo slstrr Doris Sheddrick
wiH accompany her.
We wish' Mr. Rush Wilson and
hiabridtf much happiness.
A crowd of young people f i "ui
Fairviow went fishing Saturday
We don't suppose t!ie. cniiiiht
any nh or they would have tli'
Prof. Allison cale'd on sntjio cf
our (schools'lhis week.
Mnster D'e 1 in o r M'U-.dnd
t pent Saturday and SunJav w ith
'Wherea. Johu Try, I'.v l.U U t) !
triHt, (lateil .Murcli .Ui, ltdlS; uml
rt-aortl".! In the Uccunle (vi). e" p h
In fkinl for lt?iten roiinly, at I Wilier.
Mo., on tlie inh ilit.v'of J.Miuuryi I'.'Ol)
i!,(k . v ':i ; 'v'!v'
to tlie uuili-rnUiied iruntcc Hie f.il.mv.
lll (liwl Uil Ti'itl ectrili'. lltlf, 1( -In
tel l-elnix 111 tlie I'cioit.V of ll'i.-s.
til the Hfale , of ltloitrl, "il l mj.iv
purticularly ileci itiril o? fwllnws, to
wit Am iohIi'IiIm oiie Iitltl tiifi
lu mi.t lu the Hul di.M li.lf ( t'n
nurili enut- ((Hurler oiel tfi luOil;
east 'quarter it the toul It eimt ijutir
t. r of seCft.i" llJrly lv..(i.t uml 1 1...
k.ii.J It i.;i 1.1 i( Hurler of 1 he xmll h f -I
iiiarter ijimI the m t ti hi;lf of I he'
until It h'iif ' f I hi- hoi I h i -I
fpmricr ol the u i U cuM nai O r nt
m-cti.iii t ueiitysU I'i') otlMji (oi
ly (4. ii. of r:ii.t;e twenty nine (;!i.
wtili It i-iilil h cil of ii usi wn m.'i !,-
to si-cure the payment ( f niu- i .1 (,, In
pri'inUs.iry note tu niil iUkI of
triinl f illy ih ecrlln-i); uiel
Win 10 A. Ji fan!!. I.m t ecu mot..
In the piiiiii'-sit f'f hl in .iiiUoiM
tuili mill llif wiini.' ha lie-'.iiit. .iue
mill imiiv lv.iiiihis unjj.iM - .N-.iv,
iii-,i'i,i; , in o Ice U In n hy kI vi 11 ' a.: t
I, tin- UlnliTi-Ji'Jii'it trilxtei-, lit tie.!.
.(imt i't ! e h i 11 ' lnil.h r n ml .dm h, 1
of nhl 11 le. nii'l vli tiii' f tin
n t r ei.li .1 In me h m' J 1U11 i.
riinl , (i lei In in 1 i.i'.Ij. in e null I er
tellllH llllll I IllilUl "IIM l if MiliJ ill III lit
trin-t. 111 (iitirit tl tu it 11 the ii.l
real I'stiUe In the f thl 5'-l of treM
tli-f.i'1 it -') . ot I'lltilli' Vrinlue, tu
hlhft hhhhr f-r ciikIi ul Id' P'o.
froiit iln'ir of the uin t llmis.-. m
tiie illy of liulhr M!riini!l, on
I'rhliiy, the i ti ihi.c of (M11J, -r,
lint, l.el 11 ii- the iii-ur o( mite
O'll-iik I II the IiiI-.-1iim.II n lid live
o'cloi H ft the (ilO'l (moil of ..! tt(1) ,
tu pay i.'nd .iti-l.r nl. 1 ti .
W 1 1 h C I -1 OH'l 1 it'f iimi ot t .-4-;!;fi4
thU tl i;-1 . . I'lkl' l'eii!.i.-li.Vi. ,
DEATH ANO- GIRTH HATES
' prFitian Recorn Confirm the Tr
Tht Thy Drcllne t
j Same 7imt.
Tim w:nc hat . Marlhng re-.Trs
of decline in tli" Pruian -hirth
rte nprcir (' pir n llil imiul con
S;rint ?..( to the tbinry that there ia
Mime f 'Sennit ie c--rre-niiulencO ' h
tncin the inorenHnt of hirth iftei
i!o l of denth ivi to, instead of ths
cyiitrus-t -tthiih got lie miht expect.
The ruie fceins, in 1m that nhorn
the Li nh lute U hi ah the denth rate
i-i liiiL.li, and that where anitry
s ii nee und cfiliicnt cilnuni-j ration
)')-y r the denth rate tlu-r is a cor-re.-i'.m.lii;,-
decline of the birth
The d sth rate in PriL-.-ia in 11)07
a tli" J.Mt on record, and so
was tiie hirth rate. That fact iiuglit
pcrlisps he regarded ni accidental or
K3 due to some ?ecial ind tem
porary circumstances, vtw it not
siiown hi ho im-n.-ly a part of t.
process whi h las )een in continuous
operation or years.
. Thnu, in UiOV the linh rato wi
35.01; in li'3 it fell to 33.77; la
1 tliiie vas a iiht jvovery to
cud in l'.tnj there vc a further
fall to ..idv 3;i.?3. In tho city of
IVrlin ia Uie last-nBimsl year it
only '.M.j!, and in every province cf
the kingdom r-xrv-ptiu five, in the
(.tre?jie east t.nd wot, tho lirth rste
va iihkIi Ix lnw the avcragi',
In tli- wlmle nijtifo mo year1 Uit
cf-v of pipulatiiin due to the cx
of hirth over dcatlut was jol
ully net more than iU(i,00. and it
would have l u niuiU hs than,
that had st nut- Ix-rn fr the grati
f reduction of the denth .rate.
hii h in the citv of Ilerhn vug only
j'hxsiolo.-u (1 j.l.iii'Kjl,crs may
evpUia tin i-.jrrepoudtHico hetet-n
hirth rate and death rate, if it -al
ty does e.iat, oa ground tiliieh wi'J
not make it vauM for ngrft, It
may l that i-'ine sutitlo but ma.Mr
ful law of nature compel this' cor
relation of prox.-' in order to pre
vuit citlter deHipu!ation or overpop
ulation, on a principle similar to
that v.hic!i in rc-nw the fecundity
of tli'1 KfealtiT ud weaker anfmela
t'i.1 d. reav-s that of the. argr
nd trtir. New York Tribune
PUSS IN DISTRESS. '
v r 1 .
f j-. i
.Mr. Uatr (on Khiphonrdj Great
Seolt! Ih-len, h ri i a g D.Biej
t.!,;-- a l in--d l-i uk.
Mr. Vii;tlMtrea mc-go il
iji'oM'd to u? Who4 In distms.
Mr. WnL'ir Tho t! W forgot
iitid li l t In r hkcd in the iout
vh' il we (-tarie.1 on thi (rip.
SOME HEART ESP0N09.
No one i i-.i ai enrsi d hv fate,
X-i on" mi t:tt?Hy i..1uto
iiiit i.iiui iu mi, thi4iiW!i tiuiiiown,
lh -lH-jnU tiiitn hi ovi 11.
Jittt.inl if niUi nnnecn whig,
An aii;.'l toinhe.l iij (juivr-ring
And v!usM ri. in iu S'njr,
"Wh. reiuot th-ni .tiived soloiir
-Heury Wa.oit!i 1jnpfcUow.
THE MEASURING ROD.
Viatil,iii,eine li ikin.,, , Iflij)'-
ianici t. lli!kut3.......($10,U00)'.
Hon. .Tame lhlkins. (1100,000)
tlur I'liUk-Spin!..,! Hi nefactor,
Jar,!. (.'. l5i!kiiiH..,.($.0U,0(0) -
":d Hilli in, tl.U'K'.OiiO)
Tiuf tJ'rl llard-ilcaihsl IK.).',
riii,b .'. (f;tii"i.ot.'oi
- . ; -ru.if, '
HE SO'JARCO HIMSELT.
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