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1 f":,-iiv' W;Vi";.' JVF'' : . ' 't.'-f-'""i'f'ji:. a 4 ),' it-r ; j VrV. c.', ' W..-i? V;"?,'r w4 wul f'fJW Ponder thb-aiWf ' ' AW; IT -U -.. , I I 1 . .. i 70B1;S;;C1SSET Bit. L. 6. Gaieitt, , ino AID POBLtlBtR PUSLUOBD WBBKLT. . BDB8CBIPIT10N KB TIA .. 10.50 oont ix MOHTH8 .... k '.25 cent THBBl MOVTBt 15 CBOU ' Invariably i A4vntt. Entered as second class matter, February 28 1006, at the PoHtofflce at Tow ler Mo., tinder Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879 ROLL of HONOR- Adm Soowtn, Mt. Grove II 00 J. W. Ami. " 1J John B. Htaderi Bonbidonz Mo. 11.00, Notice; There ii tome hogs ruoing out and around our barn tod houses and they are killing hod emg up all our chickens who erer own them wiU do right to coMe and get them and kocp them away or we will have t0 shut them up, Co'ooy, We thf undersigned promise to pay the sum amiAXod t6 qnr name for the bonptit of Mies arah Brown, and i the place of keep ing the quilt we donate the quilt back to her. The following it tho namna and amount paid. Rev. L. S. Oarrett iy to prosont the monpy aud quilt to Miss Sarah Brown in behalf of the d'nator, . Colony ' $2,00. J.J.areen .22. J. A. Frai.klm ,25. Kdd Rattflrrefl .5 Felix Williams .'25. Annie Orman 4 .10. , William Zirwbky 10. Walter Puttorson .2S, W, W. Putlurson ,25. Frank Hortou' .26. T, A. Williams 6. Frank Ellia .25- Charlie Horton ,50. Luiifl Hulfarth Mrt. L. A. Pattereon 2. William Hdilgard. -25. Annie Smart " ;10. Hoiwa Free ma il 10. . Jobu Williams .10. ; W. W. ShelUy .. "5' Total 15.87. j , J" B S' ATf LAST. , A notice placed upon ainall Bill tlcb read, that. -The peo ple of famter wu ttolnf to hate i Ptente," TLi mttA a glooin of Artio Midnifrbt over the true piinciptta of "FriehmhiPi Lotc AimTBtrni,'' .. " The- maaculine pride of Me bomit would have wept over the stigma expreaaed it the motto in the manner it was ; uaed, and for the purpose intended, The Motto or Text signified that ftuy people of Fowler had never had a Picnic before thus drawing a line between we peo ple of JAH-VUle and their friends and the people of Fowler. In order that the readera of Cresset "may . understand the true acta in the point in ques tion, we win Dtt wt rw- the post-office, and that the occu pants are the Post-master, wife and sou, And that to our know ledge they had nothing to do with the picnic: But on the other band they are friends V the JAH-VUle people- The reason 'lor speaking as we do, s because thnre has been a sad gloom brought -over our intire neighborhood. From which it will not recover for many days; if not for many years. It has heen over four years ago since we first came into this neighborhood; from that tine until the present we. and onr friends, have labored for to maintain peace good order, and to hold up the standard of better morals. And in looking back over the past and viewing the seven davs of entertainments given at this place during thiaj time by the people of JAH-Ville Fowl.-r Mo. And calling to memory the sociality, peace and enjoyment. that neignd over thili entire neighborhood, and the good results that followed, we point to them with pride- From five hundred to three thousand people were preaent on each of those darn Good people far and near were preaanl on each of thoHC days spoken of. they ,i(ere brought under tlw beantlfu) ban ner of "Friondabip, Love and Truth". . ' , v ; - Tu:s to our neighborhpod waa elevating anta school of motility which ail of our best citizens ap preciated, Thapeclaf day$ were "for the people, to the peo ple and by tbe people- ;' Bat' At Lasti At Lasti! That spirit that says, that I will rule innjm. .US or ruin; made its appearance upon the beautiful spot noe call ed the JAH-VUle Park and with' the dub of animosity) began to beat over, the head, peace and Joy. And with the dagger of self iahneaa. placed in deadly combat, some of our best cltJaena: Olti ens whom we have learned toLiam or th m4 Mt ,or love- We are sorrow that we,! Up., thj, they know. -t. w WnDIGie sucn a aaa ai-ini pXH ippaA t0 lair. Bnt all know that we havey 4n4 t t--tdyi l6t thoit begged for the peace of onr Po-lM)Wudg, Lutle or nota pie, But on the 25 of Angast a day set apart for gatberian of the people. A day for the peace and happiness of this poop. haye a lull. We were not surprised at tbeitj. wo, adad aad uar.uon lateness of the hour in which the people began to gather; nor neither will the reader be, when we tell them, that with few ex ceptions; the near neighbors vera o rtihere, Yet this did' not atop the glooa and sadness, of heart, that this neighborhood has experenced: Even before the sad occurence took place, for some of those who were at tbe picnic went into the deadly oombat, bnt after, this the gloom waa much more so. Good men atrngling in each others grasp for tbe mastery, revolvers waa die- p'ayed, and stones were thrown, one man Mr, Henry Smith wan knocked swae'ess for some time with a roclr. He was said to be hurt badly, but we trust not Tbe better element of this va cinity is againat the getting up of auch, picnics; aa will bring trouble and sarrow over' onr neighborhood. Good men. got hurt that did not mean to hurt anybody, Hoping - the day may aoon come when the people will come together for the better ment of mank,nd In eBer1 SUNDAY SCHOOL LE&ON For the JAH-Vllie Union Sabbath ' School, Sep, 2 1008 lMiarihLnk18,86tol9 10. ZjZ4t aiaisiafttaBaw BSMlr (.'"'. 'II "I I III," IP Tbe ral aitaatiot in tha so call- H etartaas has Jet a loag iims kea pretty wall wdartlooaV. Dl- ftrbas after dlt Istoos has oeourad, 1T2 aadaMbaea.aad is looking Witk MVBt..i.lnr A Kit a isto be hoped tot in those BiieUs or proposed eoaaeila of s so ailed eharcbta. For h haa been mads worse at ipaty nob effort, To ovsreome able evils arisiag from tbe iltna- Uoatbare must be a stand poist prsssated that will ahead tha bleat wg of "Friendship, Lore and Truth" ever the banightod rsagiont af oitmi. ' There it but one way lor ibis, aan nrn n, head to the word' wba ever ws are willibg to crucify the flesh with tha !aat thereof. Aad be not a bearer o! tbs word only bat a doer of the word. And when we beoome a doer of tbe word then ws will fulfill tbe royal law, love thy neighbor as Ihy aelf. Then this seriptore will be fulfilled. Now I bessech you, brethren, by tbe same of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye all speak tbe same thing, aad that there be bo dejMoas among joui but that . be perfectly Joined together la the tame mind aad ia tbe same Judgment, a Cor. 1-10.) This scripture ones fulfilled tbe remedy forth eltusttoe will be bad, and this only will he broagbt to pass by tbe tulfillmeat of this seri. pture, 1 BepcBY ye therefore, and be con. verted, tbat,yoor alas may be blotted out. wbea tbe times of refreshlag' shall ooaie from tbe-preeeaoe of the Lord. Aad be eball send Jesus Christ, whl'h before was preached unto you. . Whom tbe beeves most reeeive until the times of reetltntloa of all tblage, wbleb Ood fcatb.epohan by tbe mouth of all bis holy prophets since the wetid Tar Mosse truly eaid unto the fathers, A rVopbetsbaU the Lord jwrr God raise up nto yei of yoar bretbrea, like earn met ' him eball ye bear, Is all things whatsoever be shall eay nato yea. ' s Aad It sbaUoomate pass, that everfi eralwbleb will not hear that Prophet, shall be daetrojred fiom among tbe pen jVTea. jtad alt the prophets from Saarael r and 'hose that MUi afiar, as auay at 'heveepokeWbeve Utowtw reretobj af tbese daya. , Art S-tt tl -at f. vUadet'tbli eidsiiaStraUoa the altaatioB el dlvUloaaIT lotever eases to to aad theigtMi af V-taaataeee aria tefct a eatU, wllU wl3 h e oa earth as H is desala haaTM 1 LUl '..I... ) . V , ATTORNEY Al LAW . .. HcnMdlio, Will attoad to all Legal taslasss refed to M, rraaiicee la all tbs Courts of the 8tate, k v Ooaimersts) aad Critslnal Law a ipeolallltT, 11 IF YOU WANT BARGAINS IN Farm and Timber land write rear Batata A. J. JOHNBON Houttoa Taxaa Co. Mo. For his liat of bargains seat frss, Hflroal ChOOlSL tBWMMHMHMpP No sUte ia the anion it committed to a better Normal school policy, In buildings and equipments, these i institution! are weH provide. They have ample room and can ofitr high' est grade work. Ia selecting a faculty, each institution has exer cised great care. With few excep tions the hundred or more pro fessors and instructors are not only scholars, but , have high teaching power.' The management of these instito tion baa responded to the demand made by the College Union lor more through academic work. A full college course may he had ia each through Its graduate depart ment; The pekgogical and train ing departments have been made the equal of the bait in the land. Tbe times demand that more atten tion be given to Industrial subjects in the public schools- Our Bute Normals recognise this, aad Just as fast at each can do so, on a salt and aonud pedagogical bathy 4t It providing taetraetions ia all thest lines. The Cape Gbardtta Nraal is tspeoally well equipped for many iadattrial Uaea, ' It it not . claiming too much for tbctc!tchoolt to say that each jdvet I1' aa .a a aanuauy more inaa twite as muea inttrectioo as was given by Its seven years ago. Counting tbe (4I) weeks now given, intead of tbe thirty-eight yfl'rbea jpWcoootioglhelacreatc ta earelhaeat ityperaai aa4 Cht iacfesee ia actual avetaft attsaiaaat setaatyCye pat cent, the aaioaat doat eeey One haadrad ner oiatl ore thaa h was. !pt- FoTaaey fCS l-r'v-,. 'twaew iter psa'trt. .X'J CZ .'iaw Ptivaili!ln and C"r 3 win trv aiico: r-zz 1 t-Offlee layri haildiaj on South slds of X. B.nMaira . Norwood Bo. ; FKMWlCK 4 KSS7JC3.-t,;v, Oaa balt bleeh last el aanbeasl ;eay; asr of taaarai s : a v'(? . MOUNTAIN GROVE UO Teiapboae No, 1M Bei. oae So. iM.a : --;i:;,:!; Ian thaa lU month, Itoe than half M ViiH IvWW WWWBjMWV "aiw VvBBBfv la contldtring the character of the work done, the Btmerhttaadtai doe not with to auka comperiton, fat inrttuetioas In all the scaools hat beea of high sadc for tuaaf yeerr It is net cittkaiiag the older tsar '.' agement and taculdet to say that the work breach school to day better than It ever has beta tafere- After retiring from offioe. the present ' Stote Superintendent will look back upon the work he has doat a behaH ' ef Stote Normal with much pride and aatiafaction.' . r ''t .. Fsftyixth Jfeport of the Public School oQthe Btoto of Kittemr, huooiks rrrss. at TtaeaAv avieut Mr. X, hf. Watts has beam viahiac to Tisitiriends for tiaMbat kas had twtaz'ejr!' 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