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! OUR EXCHANGES.
: A potato vine now u feet IiIkIi
! can be Keen just back of the posU
'''':'('. What made this tuber vine
! : '.!.;ir: such a height ir not known
i 'jj' it. is in evidence at the afore-
Mild place. It grew from seed
1 1 liri a ii out at the back door.
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A BAILEY, AGENT,
Rich Hill, Mo.
amai txfcr auX
The new dates for the 1910
oi.tinsr of the Cass County Fair
wcution are Tuesday, Wed-
fj n -u!ay, Thursday and Friday,
U ! S i i. 27, 20, and CO. The old
1 1 dal. . were Sept. C, 7, 9 but
J. I let us try and forget those. Too
i, t.:uch ruin this week and as a re
' ; suit the fair Las been called off
!. untii the last four days this
! ir: en) th ar.d may the weather man
ui' .v lliiit time have the. kindness
f h. art to jjive us a week of dry
"'. ....ailicr- Cass Co. Dem.
fellow by the name of Shields I KxiziTmj.tjr..ff:MMn!Mmmi
without any apparent caof, wan ' p
absolutly blamelesi in tb :r
and did the cutting in alf de.--
fense after being cursed
abused by Shields, who wax
drunk at the time
Mr. Greenlee ia said to bo an
excellent young man, sober and
industrious, and that the trouble ,
mentioned was forced upon him. i
He left a short time after the cut- j
ting but baa returned to Ilorton, !
and ao far baa not even Leon'
placed under arreBt, and proba
bly will not be, as be seems to
have been perfectly justified in
what he did. Some of the very
best citizens of thst part of the
country stand ready to go his
bond or assist him in any other
way should he be arrested-
Seields was at first thought to
be fatally wounded but is improv
ing and will doubtless recover.
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Logan, the youngest
: i : ueo. lynranoi the Liotran
' to Lumber Co.. and Miss
.-. i::y, yojnirest daughter of J. E.
1 ! .-ij.sig of the Thornton Nation
al ;, .'.i.l!, were married this week
' ! uw Okla. The groom
'" ' h..rgo of a lumber yard in
ju.a ut present and his
v. 1 1:1 to Muskogee to meet
' The harpy pair will return
' !..i' i to live before long,
v .... -h will be gtd news to their
i. ..:y friend-;. Nevada Herald-
Kit.'s county comes to the
wiiii a new fruit tree, a
i'u c!: 'i ry bearirg peaches. Mr
1 v. a fruit grower living west
'! ixhibited the fruit.
i.;. j.; i.o the peaches were
; ;..'al ii.to the tree which now
ar.- a fruit that looks exactly
" ;. and retains both the
i.y a:-.d peach flavor. Mr-
. e. :.i n.pjau's grafting a
:- r' 1 : ' i ry trees and rais
: . !i:.t for the market.
A VISIT TO
CENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE.
S EO ALIA, MO.
To All Summer Resorts
On sale June 1st, final return
limit October 31st. Let us fig
ure with you when you con
template a trip to any point.
Good connections, Best of ser
vice and Courtious treatment.
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Af.orney It. C. Harrison
esi-i.t hi ui, A coulinuanee
i.i- was a.tked by Mr.
'i Ut Thomas and was
1 ! )' the court to Septotn-
1 iv .,ni tiio merits tl
o uSaoiy ie heard.-Mound
m. 'Ci 'at.
Yonr representative spent a'
most pleasant and profitable day I
in Central Business College, Se-,
dalia Mo. last week. On entering I
.r: i. 11 . 1 . I
iuc umvc ub was compeiiea lo j w
wait for about two hours before
ne could get an audience with
Prof. Robbies or any of the prin- j
cipal teachers, as new stcents!
were arming in and matriculat-!
ing so rapidly. On bemg taken j
through the rooms a large Wody
of students met his gaze, and
every department was as orderly
and as systematically conducted
as the best regulated business in
the land- Every student seemed
to know exactly what Ito do, and I
to discharge his work with the I
intelligence of a man who had
1 .1- - 1 I
utj in ine ousiness ior years, so
systematically was the school or
ganized and the pupil started o2
in his work.
Your representative, on pass
ing through the rooms and see
ing this rapidly increasing school
and the number entering every
day was impressed with the fact
that it is the largest business out
fcide of Chicago, and will sum be
th larirest in America. Kill'
everything works as orderly and j
systematically, wi:h as little fric
tion and disorder, as if there
were only ten pupils in the school
and your representative was in
formed by President Robu st
that a business course could be
acquired; and squired to a great
deal better advantage at a lat'e
school systematically conducted
than in a small one; for, said he,
''From the day the pupil enters
until ha ia graduated he per
'forms euch business transaction
rA 111 I 1 I n if I Kit A 11 I in I
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books. Unless the school has a
largo number in attendance it
cannot have the community of
business houses to give transac
tions to the banks and wholesale
houses, and the different oiaces
that are necessary, to ivoithe
pupil a thorough drill m actual
Your representative wa in
formed that new classes will U
formed organized in this institu
tion the first of October anP that
the school will be conducted
through thd week of the State
Pair, but no tuition will be charg
ed the pupil, and he will be ex
cused from school to attend the
Fair on important days.
Geo. B Conover, Agent.
I Planning a Trip
to the Great Lakes?
The most direct route from all point;
in the Southwest is
Through St. Louis
IROH MOUMT AIII
For further information see
R. A. BAILEY,
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After a Hard Game
NcAing rrrives the hmJ body to quiciiy j
cool bottlo c( rcfrcahiaj
Emy clrrp ci & touSodSet the wKolesccne
cfiultiea ci rive richest Americaa barWy anj
the tonic powers oi tha EneU Saazer hop
SrovT ia cij Bohaai. Sajrb Quality aaJ
fW? laces jWwriwT ia a clau by fcaclf.
Bottled only by th
ST. louis wa
"t a. l c. diwx rka rut,
Read The Tribune.
i.'.i i:t pirties hero from the
U , 1 !,-i v.i uity this week, the
! .'.t -ul .iiii as that Robert (Iroeu
1. ., i ho wus reported in last
week's paper to havo badly cut
mku l runrom
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