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Cold Spring It -in in ooi' rp't ife ;om j v. 14 h Hj h. Pj 3 VJ JUS. I I I 1; 1; I t i If 1 ai is last Wed. Geo. Spurrier took his cuuight-. r ! or and ihe Misses Angelina Rilev j ' and Lillie Onal of Deulow t : the teachers meeting at Av.i las last Sunday. Uoion.y Marion Ooats moved to his fathers, uncle Jim C ) its, Frida y. Mrs. i). E. Lov visited her brother Frank- Lpftar, Friday. The wife Of the Ed's, lias been ery sick for nearly two weeks but .she is u ; again. Logan Coats and Harry Baker went up to Mountain Grove Thursday returning Saturday. John Whittakor of Norwood was n pleasant caller at the p stoffice Monday. The threshing machine start ed again Monday after a forced idleness of a week on account of rain. Arthur Cronk was bitten by a copper-head shake last wee!? but recovered with no serious ro suits. W. N. Lawrence made a busi-l Theodore. Ed. Morgan's little ncss trip to Springfield the of last week, the left arm, from jailing off a j fence last Friday. V ... ".' , ." ' ' ! Frank Leller and family, Har- " i,v i JakfM' and family, Margret and Maudie Riley and Ruth Mc j Intosh spent the day Sunday o. ... ueusouaud Rev Mann with uncle Jim and aunt Polly ofOoid Springs weie business Coats. All had an enjoyable doers at Brushyknob, Friday. There was no school last Thurs day, Mr. Roy going to Norwood, H i taught Saturday to make up the i fit- time. $80.00 per month straight j salary and expenses, to men with 'rig, to introduce oiar Poultry j Romi di s. ).m't answer unless you mean business. Eureka , i! . . iVio'J Mfg. Co, (Incort J. ki. Roper, Jason Roy and Jason Turner of Vera Ouz pass ed ttirough town Thursday on their way home from Norwood. Several of the Woodman from this vicinity attended the class adoption at Norwood the S23rd. all report a go .d time - ;1 r. R'ibbms, a hue cutting sprouts lor Jerry Coats last Sat urday, disturbed a bumble-bees nest, receiving several severe stings about the face, head and neck, Mr. Robbins was very sick for some time but not ser iously. I M rs McCall is exceotod home in a clay or two from Pulaski Co. where she wont after Ivr sister Mrs Mary Baker who will :nako her home with her, Jennie Spurrier b 'gin her first term of school list, Monday j at Denlow Primary Miss Spur rier has the honor of lnving the highest ilrd grade cartili'ute in Douglas Co, Mr John Ramb ppont Sat. afternoon at Rjv, Mannis. ! Ethel II ill who has been stay ing with Mrs Cheer for" .c;overal oaths has retu i ned Will Spurrier has returned from Cheney Kas. where he spent I the summer, and will begin a (; months term of scbo-d at Sku, y 1 Point. ' Miss Brown the teacher hero is boarding at Mrs Cheers, Ethel Hicks will stay with h r : old teacher Mrs Lord of Brushy knob while she teaches at St, James. I Liert Mcvjitiian o; uneney i.s a frequent visitor he re It is rumored that a na...ber of weddings wil! shortly take i place ho i e. CI y ton Peaney made a trip to j Ava the first of the week- i A diigracful flight toi k place j at our store here a few days ago, j it is time that people were learn ing that it never piys to strike in anger even with cause that is simple but method and not worth this age of enlightenment. ! Tnere is no better school of the kind than the Springfield (Business Cjllege. Young men -Elder C. A. Rimons and Eldc r A womtmare surG o fche best Wyant assisted by Elder Mason ;- t, - . , situation filled the Ed's, place at Champion on last Sunday and had a tine meeting. when they graduate, A hundred telegraph student.-: wanted for I.C. , U. P. , Mo. P. , and Frisco. OnAug,20.h report of the JAII Ville Union Sabbath School was of the best total number of schol ars present 67, Officers present 5, Teachers present !), Interest from first to last of the very best; come one come all, Sect. STRAYED OR STOLEN Coming from Norwood last week we lost a Tarpoiion or wagon sheet any one who has founed it, if they will let us know will pay them for their trouble with many thanks. BSV. L S. GARRETT. . - BRUSHYKNOB MO. aoino time ago i nay raarei blind in left eye, small knot on ! left ilanir Strayed from my 'arm i near Brush.vknob Douglas Co, I Mo. Anyone giving us anv in ; formation we shall 'remutifrato ! ttiem for the same; report to m e at my farm or at the CUE3SET jOFFic.j. and we shall rccieve the same with mauy thanks, ' S. E. Riley Brushyknob Mo. I j SUBSCRIBE FOR THS m m - CRESS ET. I TTf At T r"1 n V Hi V ft 'Hi If you waa; to trave mor.ov come bo Store at Bi ushyUrob I La;o ju.st rccrival a ur.e lot t f SHOES unsurpassed in quality and we sell you la pi ice I s cheap a? you can buy in any Country Store Come an: try usend txamlte our largo Stock of. fcHOBS, jut rec Ived, and other good in ptopovtlon, before narcl.asing elsewhere. G. G, I ARIS. M RANCH FOE ; III IN WYOMING. There are 19.") acres, about 183 A. fenced. About 1.".0 A. plowed and ii i ignt d. Al out 8A. in hay, ai.d i m puttirg 10 or 1" acres in new lay this spring, more land can be put in : Cut SCO tons of hay last year. TVo ditches on the ulace. Luy i.ouse Chicken house, Log lam, Stock corrals, Hay corrals. About 75 young apple trees. Some cotten wood timber on place. We'l in corral. Creek' runs through the p ace. In about CO rods of Big Horn River- 3 miles to Railroad Station. H inilfs to Big Horn Mts. fine for summer range. This is an ideal place fcr stock raising. Toe land is generally rolling. No bog lend, some stone. Reserve crop on place this year. Price $H2C0,C0. Tei ins 6000.00 down, and 2500 00 on 4 years time at ten ptrocnt ink re For further particulars call at this On-ici-:, or write us at Brushy knob, Mo. WAS TTOO JGJLtt Now if jcii want one ot the best washing Machines made you can got one by coming here to this OFFICE and ordering 4,1900,, Gravity through us for $14.00 on monthly payments or $.4,2 00 cash after useing it cue month ; Also wringer for S30O, arrets U II 8 b. UX u S X i. Ti to . I !