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Mr. Nathan Lynch and family
tooTod to the auburba of llich
Hill last week.
The Infant daughter of Mr
nnd Mrs. Hud Khnt died lal
week th little one was about two
The weather "'man'1 la aendinfc
Kircs very disagreeable weather
tln last ten days, "ome of our
neighbor women lost their house
Rev. A- G, Keaat of Rich Hill
preached at Ueavley Sunday
afternoon. The Ileavley pooplo
will be K lad if Mr. Keast ia re
tarnedtoUich Hill Joy the con
ference, aa he haa bean faithful
in preaching for them once a
Uriah Avere Jr. returned last
week from the University of Mia
sauri where he attended a ahort
term. A certain young lady ia
Elmer Petty is reported quite
aick with pneumonia at this writ
ing, we are norry to leara.
X. Harkins will have a sale to
morrow (Wednesday) he a n d
fimily will move to Vernon Co.
We never heard of so many sales
in oue winter, a big sale some
where every week.
Miss Hens Alma, the Keith
school teacher, was storm bound
several days last week, couldn't
pel to her home in Rich HilL
When we fi r s t w in t h e
Tiukuke about James Rand a
"candidate," we wondered what
political office Janes was going
to run for. A little more row
ing ancTe saw something about
foot-ball, so that explained it.
Tomorrow is Gabe Washington
and George Hedden's (we meant
Gabe Hedden and George Wash
ington) birthday. 7e hope Gabe
has a big dinner and may live to
enjoy many mere.
Sunday w a s a gloomy, cold
day yet we went to Bible School
and preaching services i n the
morning, Re?. Elliot of William
Jewell College preached a good
sermon. We ate dinner at Prof.
Robinson's, heard a political dis
cussion, went to a Bible School
teachers meeting at 3 o'clock, we
spent a profitable and pleasant
day after all.
E. L. Ramsey, of Foster, was
in oar camp Monday.
J. A. Crown and J. B. Watson
were looking after busineas mat
ters in our camp Friday.
Miss Hannah Willis returned
to her work in Kansas City Sun
day George Watson and Jim With
row were shoppiui in Rich Hill
Wc were sorry to bear of the
death of Mr. J. A. Brown's
mother. He has the sympathy
of the whole community.
O. C King, the Long Bros,
grocery drummer, was in our
W. M. Shcppard was shoppin(
in Rich Hill Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Watson
accompanied J. A Brown t o
Kansas City Monday night
where they will meat the re
mains of Mrs. Brown, who will
be buried in Topeka, Kansas,
Edgar Waller and Mr. Prose,
of Route 1, were in our camp,
R. D. Modd was in our camp,
Edd. Gooden, of Franklin,
Kansas, spent Saturday and
Sunday with his family, return
A. Wheeler, one of our neigh
boring farmer, was chopping in
Rich Hill Monday.
Grandpa and Grandma Rons,
who have been aick with linen
mouia, sre report d heller at
Noel FreeriT is reported to he
in bed suffering with rheuma
tism. Too much snow wo will be
glad to aee spring.
Myrtle Withrow is heme tn a
visit, from Kani.
Mrs. Rons left Satuiday for
Franklin, Kansas on a short vi-it
Col. Fandisky Doouttle
PAinTll Vf KANI'IHH.
Mr. Gas Ho aline of the south
part, who is a', the homo of S. T.
Sbelecberger haa pneumonia
Miss Grace Moreland spent
Saturday and Sunday at home.
John &nd Henry Summers are
expected this week on a short
visit to their brother Hardin
Summers and other relatives and
Sam Adam expect to mov-
to Rich Hill this spring and work
for Emit McLaughlin this year.
We understand he is will live in
the north part of town, we sup
pose he thought we.Fairview
people would not bother him
when we come to town but we
will auprise him.
Fred Brown, of Sheridan Wyo
arrived Monday on a visit to his
parents Mr. and Mr. Naihar
Misses Eula aud Dora Reed
who are attending school at
Mound Cit, Kan., spent a few
days at home this week.
We understand E.mer Petty
has the measles it must be a
mistake as Elmer is a boy that
stays close to home. He probably
got them over the Sprague wire.
Now girls as Lewis 8hederack
has a new buggy, you will all
have a smile for bim.
Will Eastland has a new buggy
horse but he will not risk taking
a girl with him until the horse
Little Eugenia Summers is on
the sick list thi week-
A social was givn at the home
of Will Reed Monday ninht nwirg
to the weather some that were
invited did not g e t to attend.
Those present report a g o o d
Fairview young people are
making good use of their skates
since the cold spell.
Will Rider and sons hauled
corn to Dan Crabb Wednesday
Geo. Moreland has an attack
J D. Steward was o n o u r
streets one day last week.
Hardin Summers went to
Butler Tuesday returning Wed.
A few of Miss Jessie William
son's friends spent a pleasant
day with her Tuesday.
ThU cold snowy weather I miUm
good to a fellow with a bran new
X. x. X.
Read the Trthu.ne
Napke the tailor, dot your
cleaning, pressing, an.l repair
ing Over B'-aley 'a.
We Ask You
to take Cardul, for your female
troubles, because we are sura It
will help you. Remember that
this great female remedy
has brought rel'ef to thousands cf
other sick women, so why not to
you? For headache, backache,
periodical pains, female weak
ness, many have said It la "the
best medicine to take." Try Itl
Sold In This City
MEAL WAS A TF.LVT TO THCM
Visitor to th Oiarki Now Fteallxes
That Th.r. May D Two
Points of Vltw.
llreakfast in somo of I lie lnel
wornls hotel in the morn rvtnolo
fiirt of (h Onrks U a repast for
strong inen--stroit men with cast
iron Htoiniiclm. Yet ono morning a
visitor found evidence that there
niny be wnro hreitUa'-ts thnn these.
The one Ire wits planning to attack
that day consisted of Milt pork, pota
toes with too much grease, aopgy
liiwniitj, liquid butter anil a dark,
rather litter fluid which wua served
in colTee cups. Ho saw no vulnerable
point at which to begin the attack.
JiiPt then he heard a voice from
the other end of the table, raying
"Now, that' what 1 call a first
cla.s breakfast !"
''Not bad at all," a second voice
responded. "An one thing's pure,
it's a heap better n' punk an' frlutn
an artillery puddin'."
Then the visitor realized that the
excellence of a meal is a matter of
the point of view. To thee two
soldiers, home on a furlough after a
"camping out'' campaign, Oark
food was really a tnnt. Exchang".
FINE COASTING IN
"Stunt" Tht It Very Popular with
Travelers In That Beautiful
One of the chief "stunts" for
travelers is to jmirnev two milea up'"11 tll",' 1 '"'J' htive u ood bulld-
the mountain on a ratchet railway ' "'"" 11 liUl' Ht.rury. the attend.
and to coat down in nidi, piloted u-"""-v v,ry ,m1 ai,u lo tU"
bv natives ho itet-r the wicker ve-."",,w t"r,"1 "'7 A"
,'. , . , ,. , , leaclier anil Is Hutinfy Inir all CutiCeru-
hicles from behind. These con- ej
ductors run alon? with ruulincr
rorwn nnd Ktnr t rvrrv winAvtmni
..i- . 1 ! ,
fuming H ll-Hlll , llllll inilMl! nil
quent gesture to indicate that tluv
are pcrislttng with heat and thirst,
and that the pruc of a glass f wine
is the price of lasting gratitude. The
wav crooks in and out between over-
hanging vineyard walls of stone and effmt lu his work uud la aatUfylbK
plaster, along the sides of gorges ennii-nieii.
overlooking hastes of land and sea, j n,n Kea.lluir Circle was al
and through the native quarter of tetnled laitt I- rlday evening. ,r re
the town. Once down, the con- ijuent ot .-tipt UnbiiiHou. They hva
ductors carry the sledges tip the two- j very wide awake circle mid every
nile hill on their heads and some teacher prepared ou the wora
slwlges are large enough to feat ""d U t ol ull they are not ufratd
three persons. exprem un oplntuu they hare
The axcrngc spee.1 of the desnt "al' is-rtululng to the
is 20 miles on hour, but in place Work-
where the grade is steep, one feels . , . ,.,
, , , . , , ,., 1 vUlted two rooms Iii Klch Hill
his siedge shoot downward like a , , . ,, , ,
- ... , , , ecln mis nnd shall lie plertaed to visit
falling stone, and knows from the . ,lltur. lim Th.
slopping of the pattering feet he- 1
Irind that the conductor has stepjird
onto the rear runners and that it is
genuine coasting. Travel Maga
Mr. Harold F. McCormick, for
merly Miss Edith Rockefeller,
spends thousands of dollars annual
ly in quiet work in various forms of
charity. Miss Helen Frick. daugh
ter of Henry C. Frick; Mi-s Doro
thy Whitney, who inherited a good
part of the fortune of the late Wil
liam C. Whitney, nnd Miss Mary
Harriman, daughter of Ihe railroad
king, are among the energetic and
sincere worker in philanthropic
fields. Miss Harriman' gift to New
York, which includes the fitting out
of boats for the aeiointnodation of
children afflicted with tuls nulosi.
has cost many thousands of dollars
and it is estimated her total gifts of
rcieiit ears will eveced $100,000.
A new process fir paving f-treets
with vulcanized rubls-r has just been
invented by a iira.ilian and prom
ises to revolutionize the rublsT trade
in that country. Vulcnnin, as the
compound is (ailed, is a mivture of
crushed hfone or coarse sand with a
vulcanizing medium, the cotus)si.
tion of tho latter being a secret of
WHERE WAS HE ATT
"I would criticise vour verse in
one respect, particularly," said tlw
intellectual looking person.
"And whut is that?" usked the
"Your poetry lack wntinicnt."
"That's funny," replied the rhyrn
ir, "the last fellow 1 talked lo told
me my sentiment laikcd pistry."
"Is the world really progrising?"
"No doubt about it. Forty years
ago men wore plug hat to play Imsi
lail in." Louisville Courier-Journal.
Br P. M. Allison Count; Suparln
tendent of Schools.
'I'lie wreub-r i m r t ot tills wek ttt
taken up In initllliiif nut iilles to
illMrlct clerks ot the county. It any
clerk cloriilil full to receive hi up
pile 1 fluill trte It as a furor It lis
will notify me of thi 'net.
I he timl school Ullcd wo I'eru,
I i l.one Ortk township. The attend,
ame not very irood clue to the
col. I wmthcr timl kIc knee. Th
pupils nre very Hilling workers aud
tlie, are remly for it tent any time,
ami emi make a Rood showbill. I ho
teacher Mix l.orrlls IUiUiihu bas
$-11.00 lo H'iii lor library books,
the provevils of u pie supper, which
Mill ;l ve them u start dloug- this Hue
L'p nt Brrtckuey 1 expected to see
the library won by tbeui In the
context but th. have not obtained
piMesnliiii ot It yet. They thluk
they m i Imve It by next week. We
sincerely h.ipe th U4l in ly ciiiatelof
book Unit are unliable for aud US
able lu ii country school. The pupils
here tire if'lutf to do their best ou
t lie tet le't lor them to do. MUs
l.olllu Vuuni; U leather and uittde
.r I fi .111 f.. ll.u III..-,... M.I.1..K
, e)11. H Vvry ,rou,j, Kiltitt Utley aud
J Ia'hiiii I'lolley have teen perfect to
a t (ciiil, nice
lllack M-hoiil, In Summit toABeblp
Iiuk Hiime exceptloiially nooj work
em eii J they aru wlllli. to try a teat
t'ver ut Tripp,
to nrliip, the a t te, dance Is
quite w ti.it ll xh.iulil be. A law
pupiin were turoy probably uunvolil
alilv but a npecial rtlvirt ehoulU b e
inaile by both p.ireuts uud puplle to
overcoiue tliei-e. K'ruf. J V. hell I
teacher ami Is putthiK lortll H uood
r,llim vWtH, HtvU, ,.hrK of MUs
JoM-phliie Meleand Mnytue Hewley.
MUs Mii-le'n reputation In too well
eUnblUliiil to need any comment.
Ml Uewle.v haa an exceptionally
torn! room In every particular and
her work Is nutUfactory with all her
patrons, lu fact every person we
talked with Aa thry have the best
c houl they hadluce the town start
Nvhnrt Is romliii; to t b e rescue
with arithmetic In a way that la
very jsral ify ng. They bare not fill
ed to cmiiK up to their promts on
any occasion aud It appear si
' Imuiih they knew what they were
Hrnckuev m-hool has ent In tbelr
work left for tin tti to do nod they
matte a very Kood ehowliiK on all
hut Ihe first (j notion 11 ud this one
wuh not ntU'liipteil.
Nettle iKvnis, Kern Miller, (ilady
MllU r and Mabel 1'ailUy have tieeu
preM-iit every day but. tardy a fw
times whllu Kdnil L'tley has uot tieen
abM-iit a day In thri-o yenr.
Mis Kuilly Woodflu reports f '4 J
11 s the piric.eilH of tlw pie sui'per.
MUs Ul.i l.i.iKeut lft 00 aud Alls
.Nellie SSfBiT lunile by Miss
oertrude Uuey, allot which bos
ta-eu ixpemled lo make their Work
Uller ami more niireeuble. Ouu
uu uil 1 ed twenty -iivu vulumee have
bi-vii adilvd lo the llbrailcs of these
M'hooU. Miss i-vvlu Law sou re
ports that liilrty one volumes have
beeti added to hcrllbrury but did not
yle Ihe vulue. Ibis school boa a
library of oue Ii uud red fllty nine
MeCAI t PA1TI N
i rtrairii ti tir, psirffct Al, imfltctty m4
rcltul'ilHy ntatir 40 yrwr. Kid in wry
rvfif tuf and town in (ti Lrn ileal fclatti mn4
I tmU, nt t'f nuitl difc. Mi ! tMei
hf other ihak, b-n4 or ItM catftiAfu,
Mot tuhtc'ibtrt) th.n vf ethtf !
trtatitic Mitltoia t eMvMVi, tn a.usvM.
al itylfo, pntttint, dn'iinie nv, ntiUiaif(
filatll trwinUm pt:4lroik. Iaitsraiif,
tlitftiilr, K"ti lUittfi, fir, Oinv 11 enl4
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Does our Stationery
Bear This Label?
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MOVTOl Osas Wom
If Not-Why Not?
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"Ingle and onmrri.-1. by I.U .beil i
trust dated NoveniU r 10 10 ate)
records, la Book 20A, pnge It
the Recorder' Office of Kate' om.lj
Missouri, did eonvej t John '. Hail
Trustee, of Kansas 1iy, M.. la
trust, the fullowlsf deeerlbed real
estate sltaatrd In Date CoOiilj. Mo
to-wtt:-All of lota seventeen I IT .
etKhteen (IS), nineteen except five i)
acre la tbn H. W corner aud twent.v
(10) ot the north-east quarter; loi
(4) of the north wesl quarter and I hi
east balf ! lot six (I) ol the iiorih
weel quarter ol orctlou (It in l ow a
ship thirty-nine M) north, riiu
thirty-two (13) west, ol the Of 11.
principal uirrldlaa, coalalnlim S.v
nrrve more or leea, a ahowu by 111.
UulUrd rtale lioverouieul UlVe,
nald eunveyaore woe made, by lb
said Alexander Z. i'allersuu, to
cure the payment ot m certain pn
uiUsory note wltk the luterest tin r
on. payable aunaally, which sao
note I duty described In said beii d
trust; the antd AlrxanihT 71. Knur,
sou made default In the psin.t m
the lutrrrtl due thereon auuu..ll a
provided In said prniiiUory iioi
and deed ol trust, althioitch suld Ii -teres!
I long past ilue mid u. pm '
Now, therefore at the rquoi
the legal bolder and owner of sale
promissory note, aud thu pomi
vested In me by said d-d ol tti..
and In accordance m litt the 1 01 m
aid deed trnat, not he Is heub
euthatl the BBdrrslyued tius'e.
successor to John C. Hall, who b
absent from the state aud not coi,,
peutent to act a trustee, will on
Thursday Ken 24' h 1010,
U'tween the hour ol nine n'cloe I
the forenoon and II v o'clock In
the afternoon at th west door f
the Court Hon 1b the city of But
ler, Hate County, Missouri, proceed
to sell the eald'above described n i
estat at public vendno-for rab to
the highest bidder tor the rurpo. of
satisfying said not aud Interest fu
thereon, secured a aforesaid, a' d
tlie costs and expense of exeratln.
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