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Imjuire nt this ofrice. JJt
Bicycle and Gun Repairing.
Joe Anderson, tf
For Sale Mann's Green Bone
Cutter No. 2. Cost 10. Will
sell for $u. J. ss Miller.
Two good business and two
pood residence houses for sale
rent or tr.ule. Dr. Wilson,
For the nvm who i in a
hurry, tl; th-st, cjuickest,
mvl hor!c( route to the
Noiih uJ V.n-t it ill
It will tnkr &t to Mfm
phio, Kan mm City, St.
l.uuo. Chic.'v fnd Nev
Yeik in q'ii.k lime
i contiiwnt with your
romttoj ati l kahlv.
Ask for Rotes Schfduh-s.
K. A. DAILEY, Agent.
Spirit Cerd Reader, lie, .
Now located in your city
Will loll you what yoa
want to know, regarding
MAKUI ACrl, MINING,
All Bumuoss Transactions
Beading daily and Sun
day; hours 10. a. m. to 0
p.m. Fine St. Ut. "d-Uh
50 Cents to $1.00.
n. e. noounn
1 h liiMurnuiv Mu
Over t . A. M. i'. iuk.
A!l KlnJs of ln5nrcr.ee fcr
City sr. J I arm rrcpfrtlcs,
l.ICtl It ILL, MO.
J. 1. 'i'.IIWr A btl.sillOSS
i-i'or to Wof.b City Friday.
Fr f. (' cii AmcH, of White
'"'t, KiiTisftc, js vif itintc his
pan nix im thi city.
Si'iioii i.o in Fayette, Mo.,
I uii , nlf-T tin: interest of the
Loeb stores there.
Th.;'S.v..',.tt;ill in Dixie"
lYmpttry w hi r)fn their reason
Ikm e nn sin this j i ;r.
Fr.w( li fe KnsiHi have opened
u i is i v hui J ss ace htuj e in the
Kluir.pp building on SouthVSixth
II. II. Wit-, lor ( f Butler was in
llu it Hi,! Thur. liy Miperintend
in M'Uie it pairs beinjr made on
his pro erty on South Fayette.
This week we received a copy
of the annual report of the State
Ll aid r f Agriculture pivinp a
r.v-ord of the experrLontal work
d m. in l'.07. This inxk pives a
pre.it dal of aluable informa
ti 'n to the up-to-iate farmer.
Write Geo. F. Eiiis, Secretary
Stilo Board of Agriculture,
Columbia, Mo., for a copy.
County Superintendent Ivts
h ts the mark when he urpes
school boards to clean up the
school buildir.ps and prounda.
Cleanliness is a most important
thinp and the school premises
should be kept in pxd shape. It
is in the schools that the charac
ter of the child is developed to a
preat extent, and the lesson of
ear.line. should be impressed
upon him there.
A frier.d f r m the north had
.ne to visit the Colonel, who
lived in the swampy Mississippi
riser bottoms of Lnuisana. There
as no mosquito netting over the
bed, and in the morning when
the negro came with the water
and towels, says Everybody's
lapazine, the tortured visitor
ked: "Saua. why is it that vcu
hive no mosquito netting over
lie beds? Doesn't the colonel
have any in his room?" "No,
suh," replied Sam. "I don't see
how he stands it." Well, suh,"
aid Sam. ' I reckon it's jes' dis
away; in de fo' part uv de night,
suh, de colonel's mo's pcn'rally
'toxkuted uat he don't pay no
lention to de skecU-rs, an' in de
" part uv de right, suh, de
bkeeters is mos pen rallv so
toxicated dat dey don't pay no
tention to de colonel." Fx.
The eoutity court of Johnson
County has ordered that county
irisoners of that county be
placed upon the rock pile and
made to work while confined in
jail for offenses. The crder was
made upon the recommendation
of the prosecutii.g aiti'H'.ey of
that county. The law provides
that this can be done nnd every
county in the state ought to fol
low th'j lend of Johnson county.
The writer hereof offered an
amendment to the present law
at the lust session of the legisla
ture making it mandatory upon
the county court to do this where
it was povsii.ie and the expense
of working prisoners would not
exceed the bcr.eilu derived from
the work; making the court re
ponihlo for the board and lodg
ing of such prisoners when oc
casioned from nephct or other
reasons. Fi ich Herald.
T)?f Writer Trust,
Notwithstanding it only c-o.sts
to uia.,o a typew titer, nil the
high grade f,.di rics are in a
trust and you have to pay $Uk)
for any good m it hine. This re
minds ore of the way the bicycle
truit kept up the prices for
many years nnd robbed purchas
ers. Finally independent manu
facturers entered the field and
now you can buy as good w heels
fer s'j as Fjoso that formerly
There are signs that a similar
tliht will he- t!.;(do u tjje tJ-ro
wnter ti.ide, hi. d rcv manufac
turers are fiit i;r.g the field who
aie cutt:t,g pi ices. Chua
I JUST PARAGRAPHS 1
K Breszy Patch of Foir.ttJ Pargrphi V
Scler.tiStallj Swlp.rf. g
5 - o
It is nald that Ci)tl ' in- An exchange n.iys that it is
pa ign speeches are veiy oiy. j juntas wrong to ljftn to talk on
. - ... t . t
It has not been rcif -i i that
Ihi ghost of Bancho vo'ed in St
Louis. Ball Is from "Bike". They
havo to show him that he was
Spiritualists should be barred
from politics at any rate they
ought not to be allowed to vote
In ye olden o".ay the Toter pot
full of spirits on election day;
now the tpirits rote and the voter
stays at home.
Wonder ' if the Democratic
National Committee will get the
nickel theatres to use the Bryan
records on their phonographs?
Bryan vras in St. Louis Wed
nesday and met & very chilly re
ception. As a result he may
pass np Missonri during1 the
x 1 ".
In a recent novel written by a
good author he tells of a young
man and girl in a boat, in a f ?g
so dense that objects could not
be seen, and in the next sentence
he telis of the sunlight gloaming
in the girl's golden tresses.
Yes, Bryan Will fc President-
Respectfully dedicated to the man in' the Threadgi'J
lobby who said Bryan would carry the JTnited States in
a whoop, and who would come out of Oklahou1 w,tn ma"
jority of thirty to.' forty thousand.
When cows and mules ride bicycles,
And men eat grass and rocks;
When turtles shed their shells and fiy,
And bullfrogs wear silk sox;
When Jumbo roosts upon a tree,
And cattish eat ice cream;
When snails and greenbugs study art,
And rivers run up stream;
When humming birds bray like donkies,
Aud firegogs wag their tails;
And women go to church on time,
And chiggers feed on quails;
When wool grows on hydraulic rams,
And men don't stay out late;
When coyotes lay eggs in the sand.
And blacksnakes walk up straight;
When tadpoles swallow buffaloes,
And eagles hate to soar;
When female lions are tame as '
And roosters learn to
When Haskell ceases to c
And gold is made tjn
Then Bryan will be president
But never ur.tji tuen
Doll B. Kell in Oklahoma City Times.
The Kansas Glly Star's
From Date to 30th M., 1908 $iM
Wo will, upon receipt of One Dollar,
mail The Kansas City Star, Morning:.
Evening and Sunday, from dato receiv
ed to 30th November, 1008.
Accept This Remarkable Offer TcJay
The Star reported the Republican
and the Democratic Contentions on a
scale never before equaled by any
If you want facts about till parties
accept this otter and read The Star as
it is independent in politics and fear
less in expression.
Send ulons your dollar today to
gether with your name and address
The Kansas City Star, - Kansas City, ?.!d.
your ears, as it is to open letters
for others and entrusted to your
care. Would you intrado upon
two of your friends in private
conversation and insist that yes
must hear all that is aid? Then
why over the phone? It is a
splendid test to one's makeup
w hether dross or pure gold. The
placing of a party line telephone
in your home is an evidence of
trust in your honor? Are you
worthy of that trust?
This is a inrsny old world when
one pauses to consider how that
laughing is indulged in by every
body save yourself. Nalur&Uy
yoa wonder why it is, and it is
superfiuou for us Vo venture the
information that it is solely the
fault of sell, You can laugh as
easily aa anyone after you have
learned how, but we admit that
it is derelish hard to master the
lesson. Excelsior Springs Jour
nal Freak election bets are now In
order. It is said that the man
who in said he would not
cut his hair until Bryan was
elected has -worried himself bald.
The "Old Guard" in the Dem
ocratic ranks remind one of. Wal
lace's Prince of India, in that it
regains youth and strength
every once in a while.
J. 17. IWlh, fed vert'. '.r.,5f fja.v
gr t't the Mi'-uri Bacifc,
hasbegiin aa advertising cam
paign for hi read which cm only
result in good to It and the si'..
of Missouri at Urg. The com
pany is speeding many thossir.ds
of d'!Urs in aa effort to attrct
hcmeK-ker to Mioori, ar. 1
with this end in view I sending
much advertising matter t- the
eastern aUtes- SpecUl folder
are devoted to the many summer
resorts of this statu reached by
the Iron Mountain-Missouri Vbc.
system, nd the miopia! a&-l
the farming and grazing land
are carefully described and
shown in half tone cots. "Mis
soari Lands" is a thoroughly
readible and reliable Ltile pan
pblet which gives an accurate
description of the riches of this
favored commonwealth- In its
efforts to advertise the state the
Missouri TaciSc should have the
hearty encouragement of every j
citizen. Ex. j
Baby talk never savors of dead
What some people call love
isnt even a good imitation
Many a young man's unsteadi
ness is due to a steady income.
You seldom see a water wagon
with more than one man on it.
Many a man who gets his back
up like a camel acts like a bear
It isnt always a small matter
when a woman puts her foot in it
Don't think that because you
ride a hobby you are the crJy
jockey in the race.
Our idea of a hypocrite is a
married man who protends to
feel sorry for a bachelor.
Any way, the man in jail doesnt
have to worry about where his
next meal is coming from.
When a woman throws a brick
at a hen it's usually harder on
the scenery than on the hen.
Bride Soli ty WclshL
Bv a decision of the mayor.
brides may N bought by weight
atKolked, UungiT- The local
Icustom is that a b.-iaegroom
aust pay the brides parents a
certain sum for the privilege C. -
marryisg their daughter. Jn
trvtrf-K- wi pmracred in a d;sf
pule with his fiancee's parents
to the amount ,hfc should pay
them, and the mayor wa ca..edj
upon to arbitrate. Being an ex-J
pert in cattle, but not in women, ;
the mayor decided that the value j
:Pi -Miuld be estimated I
oftae girl bould oe eumaiea
oy weigui, anu vuai. ijr - -
pouna wouia oe a tiur
After the girls weight had been
ascertained, Kottvoer handed
over the money and was bo.n
man ied. Exchange.
Utre Qsietly ed.
I.. tir eirtiiRvVi
We notice . . .
every once or twu. wp j.
t:iat somet.Hly had a qu. ,v
ding. Now honestly did you v
hear of a wHtdii-.i tt.-l .K:it.
quiet? That is. did you ever!
hear of a preacher whooping and j " 1 v tan!!nttui Frv
yeiliug Lke Indians, D.d yeujCout-uttatJoB aa -auJo'-ht
cr bear the bride and prevail
htdI.rtBt5 nJ screamics aa
takiuiJ c' dreadfuL D.d you
.ever belt" "3 Cts ahriekirg
hke a houa -iro and ralir -
Cain generi! 1 b ivak
of a mu ict w eddii g? The u r.quiet
.vwrji'r ectr.es low moutrs'o
after the wedd.ng. Nct iry
sen in ou'.s-u:a Pr;s Journal
IT.e Tiur.'JNK t.a a p-l lino of i
1 .... ... ... el
type, gH.l 'U!15 ai.i-lk.l5i J
printer. V,o will priut your
lcl'ft'he,d, t'iiv.'.pes, b.Ua.'
sUWuient?, h'.vts and W k
lets, arid In f.o:t t'-i kir.ds of exun
r.crciil prir.tir;: i iUk and ol.v Ap.
ici.er tot t.oih'r.',.mtrj
tHoo: ar.J r. 2, r . A
f$Ci'ir ftf luptf.T ct.'ar.
h.j r,J feacLjr.jf
p r O f t f : o r. i t .Xi o - hr,
ch-vo! idtti fo'T.td art the
'-r '.'. T.e-.t at ;nxrr
F!5 tirm cpr. St-!.
' Stni f r cas'--j2p.
Excursion ticktts tow
on sale to a'l toarLit
di points and Ye-iow-fctcne
Dnt forget he
conventions at Denver
and Chicago. We
reach both points.
Come jn and ask for
information as to rates
Geo. B. Conovcr,
i-pvTi rj, -nt SHARP
And Muoftarrr f
Family Hetuedle. x :
Have yoa a coush or an? utrta
from a tolJ? U o try It. PUt
WI.0H AM) l vy(. REMEDT
Joa , troul,i..j m-ttfc toJ'.tJoa
or ,unJwU trouM in
For m pais n4 mXe ri'!y
I? I" i i v v
llwr. tlx-jr wtl! euro you. 1 f Ufl
DR. U. O. Deputy
'onto ptatr north su,i ut F. aod
tauk. north ru t.
M M,r ; ' J" '2 , ,u-
Cutt r.ttrt; '. j iS.j
rai;t- N',i. 7S
1 whon it comes S
to job work. j';
Lot us shoYr
t yon. i
Remember t!io Rieli