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GRAND BALLOON A5CEN5I0N !
THERE WILL BE A GRAND FREE BALLOON ASCENSION AT HELWIG WHEN THE COURT HOUSE IS MOVED TO MOUND CITY. WHEN? Well, as the "Arkansaw Feller" says'we don't know so much about that," but we do know that we have opened A GENERAL STORE AT HELWIG We will have a Grand Opening, Saturday. March 16, 1907. We intend to carry a full line of Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes, Hardware, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Implements, Farm, Garden and Field Fence, Sewing Machines, Talking Machines, On our opening day we will give away FREE, one FORTY-DOLLAR chance on each dollars worth of goods bought on that day. In the given during the day, will be thrown in a large box or basket and them. The holder of the lucky number will receive the falkirg me chine, together with 25 records for same. We will have a new and clean stock of goods and will have soiie big bargains on our opening day and on every other day. Our Mr. Karrasch will have charge of the store, mi he will be pleased to see ail of his old Mends and customers and many new ones. St. Joseph orders will he promptly and carefully filled and delivered. Remember the opening day, Saturday, March 16, and be there w.th the whole family. If you cannot come, telephoue your orders and they will be delivered cr held for you until you call, and you will get your chance on the graphaphone just the same. Etc IKING MA ivem a !. We will give one plicate numbers of the ones lid will select one of C. J. LODHOL C2 HELWIG, MISSOURI His Am ual Showing. Collector J. D T omp o;, collector of revenu?, filed annua! report witn the county c iurt in Moiid.iy List, showing his annual collection for he vnr end ing Marcti 1. 1007. :r. Thorn p-ou be came collncto- by app .inUient of Gover nor Folk, to Hi! Iho vacuity caused by the death -f A h -rt Smiru, which c curred Febri.ary 12th. 15M5. .Mr. Thomp son took char of th- office in March, the annual 8oUl-miMit M Smith l? ing made in his d.-pnty-CI"-Ji."- U Al ien. Mr Thompson ws charg-d with the f liowiu items: Land book , 62 ,G20 l." Personal bi:ok 12.493 73 School book 40.1)5)0 33 Merchants and tnauufact uns. 3.39 ")." RuilruaU ' l".r3 n Telephone luu: Squaw Creek ditch 15)05 j Squaw Creek ditch 1004 I East Mill Crepk dife-h 1905 .. Bi Tarkio ditch 15)02 Delinquent poll tax 190.) Current Squaw Crek ditch i 1S)0G j Current East Mill Creek dilch 19uG ! Ferry licen-es Dram shop licenses 1 Pool table licenses I Peddlers licenses Current poll tax liidtt ! Merchants and manufacturers ! licenses 10 mi lf2 2!) 2 101 00 9,142 27 1K4 00 18 00 5)72 OS 4:52 0 0 ! 102 00 ! 3.4:17 00 21G 00 f." ' A. R. Hunt 9;1 i Will be in his pulpit at the Christum 75 1 church in " ores' Ci'y next Sunday 33 I rf rri t Collateral inheritance tHX.. . . 2.127 To al....- -,2:5uT - W. ;7 , .. " iJ& 1 II... .1. KNOW THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE BRAGG HARDWARE COMPANY? IF NOT, JOIN THE PROCESSION AND SEE WHY. Total 8109,335 90 The folio .vinjj have been iho annual collections since 1S93: 1893 S 75,974 00 1)4 81,833 00 189 W.484 00 gi)Q 80.096 001 Subject in the morning, "A Snake 1897 84.529 00 1 Story" and at night "Indecision." .:: z :z:z: .... oo0! notic of school election, 19D0 90,870 00 ! Tuesday, April 2nd, 1907, 1901 , 103,279 00 I For the purpose of electing (2) twodirec- 15)02 ! 1903 ' 1904 i... 1905, eleven months. . , 1906 , The last. of ouc lyceum course was the lecture oh "Fogies and Fogyisra," by Rev. Loveland, pastor 110,957 80 ' tors to 8erve fr (3) tnree year-, 'also to .. IUJ.ioJ oH , nuaj rate of taxatjon 35 ct8 on the one .. 113.606 99 j hundred dollars' valuation in said dis . 113,083 5)6 trict to maintain a 9 months' school and 109 335 96 '' mae necessary repairs on school build- J. T. Thatcher, Secretary. Grays and plaids are all the rage. of the First j We're raging. Kreek & Hasness. All kinds supplies at of Camera and Kodak C. E. Hunker's, Oregon, Mo. Teachers' Examination. The various items in his annual report -shows total colleciion of 6109,335 96, and the show conclusively that the revenue has been clofely collected, and while there are some delinquents, 'he amount so reported is no large- than is customary-The poor wiil alvrays bo with ue; so will the delinquent tax payer. The collections were on account of the fol lowing: Current land.. S 24.313 08 Current personal 10,063 84 Current school. 37,110 40 Current railroad, telegraph and telephone 10,552 S7 Current merchants and manu factures 3,539 55 Consolidated land 12S 06 1904 land 542 GO 1905 land 4.040 95 1905 personal 1.083 75 Prior to 191)5 personal 237 49 Railroad 1904 205 62 , Alethodist church of Omaha. Mr. Love land is a man of stronu personality and ,fine address. His voi-e is strong and ' pleasing, and his elocution excellent.The 1 i lecture which lasted nearly two hours. 1 ' was full of deep interest and held the The next regular teachers' examina- audience in wrapt attention to the close.; tion will be held at i und City. Friday Mr. Loveland combines the qualities of and Saturday, March 22 and 23. The profound thought with ertire'simplicity, j subjects will be given in the following j ami the small boy and girl kept in sym-1 order: We are headquarters for all kinds of Hardware. Perfection Oil Cook Stoves, Gasoline Stoves, Princess Steel Ranges and Great Western Cook Stoves; Moline and Morrison Farm Implements, Grindstones and Corn Shelters. The above cut shows the Morrison Balance Frame Cultivator, no doubt the best riding cultivator on the market to-day. If you are going to build this season, let us figure on your Hardware Bill. Quality of goods considered, you cannot beat our prices. Yon get what you buy. Our prices are right. ! pathy with him as well as the older peo-1 i pi e, while the lesion taught was of equal I ! value to all. His word pictures were i grand and his illustration had the rare j ; quality of corapletly illustrating his points. Refined wit and genial humor ; added spice to thw pudding, without! weakening the nutrient qualities and ' made us all feet we had dined with the ; dwellers on Mount Olympus. Our peo- ! i pie are all touether to be congratulated on the very flue course given this year : ; Only a few more days to buy a SI 00 ; shirt for 79c. All brand new styles. J Kreek & Hasness ! j Dr. C. L. Evans reports a fine girl j i baby born to John B thler and wife, of j j Helwig. March 13, 1907. I FRIDAY. Geography at 8:00 a. m. Grammar at 9:00 a.m. Algebra at . .10:00 a. m. Orthography ac. . 1:30 p.m. Language at 2:00 p. m. Arithmetic at.... 2:30 p. m. Literature at 4:00 p. m. SATURDAY. Reading at 8:00 a. m. Civil Gov't at.... 8:30 a.m. U. S Hist. at.... 9:00 a m. Science at 10:30 a. m. Physiology at 1:30 p. m. Pedagogy at 2:30 p. m. Adv. Hist, at 4:00 p. m. A. R. CO BURN, Countv School Commissioner. H'd'w. Co., Successors to Schulte Bros. Mies Alice Rayhill has returned Miss Grace Thomas, of Mound Ci-y, from Maryville, where she has been at- j is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Alfred R. tending the State Normal school. Persian braids and bands, silk braids and bands. Baby Irish bands, in fact we have the trimmings for any cos tume. Prices range 5c to 81.00 a yard. Kreek & Hasness. McNulty. of this city. - For Sale Good Sef d Oats. Phone. New Point, No. 42, or call on or address, WlLL.J. NOELLSCH, Forest City, Mo., R. F. D., No. 1. Fred Mrkt is improving his resi dence property by having three rooms tin'shed in the upper story. Will Rankin is doing the work. Our spring line of woolenB consists of seventy-five ner patterns of the latest novelties, and trimmings to match. Kreek & Hasness.