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.--.s.vi'i:.i "Ponder the path of thy feet and let all thy Ways be Established" Prov. 4-26 Vol. Ix BRUSHYKNOB. Thursday, Sept. 7th. 1911 No. 32, WORLD'S CRESSET m I Rev. f . 8. G A ft RETT ED. fllHMSIIER'a N.G. Garrett and M- M- Bower PCBT.TSITKD EVERY THURSDAY Horns Seekers. If .you want a good home come to the Ozarks and espec ialy Douglas County and if you Entered an w.o'ud ctns matter November 3rd. Ml 0 at ! (': the Poil-oj)ice at Bnmhyknoh Mo, WHlni' tif J ft of' Mar nh 3rd. 1870. come to the CitErtSET Ollice we will hel von hunt a liome, and the very best there is; and give you all the Information that you n po.s.-iole get to nelp I a loner. I Since President B. P. Push, tookholdof the Missouri I'acilic Irou Mountain lines he has aho let a contract with the American locomotive works for fifty freight Can be hoard in eve''-v 'mrt of the 1 ho address will be made in the Live Stock Show Pavilion, which seats 10,000 peple and he free ST. LOUIS, Aug, Tt'n. 191.1. SMlSflUIPITION One yar . .00 onnts Six M( n" ... . TnKES MONTH 4 . . 2") f,fNTs .1 ."cents On Aug, 27 ih report of the-. .TAH Ville Union SaUbath School was of the nest total number of schol ars present 46, Ofliccrs present 4, Teachers present 3, Interest from first to last of the very best; come one come nil, -Sect. Contracts were let today by the Missouri Pacific-Iron Moun tain Railroads for fifty passenger service coaches. The order in cludes eleven chair cars, eight regular passenger coach.es and two divided passenger coaches which are to be built by the Pull man Company and fifteen bagg age cars and fourteen mail cars, the contract for which was a warded to the American Car & Foundry Company who will con struct them at their St Charles, Mo. shops. Under the contract all of the fifty cars are to be built on the steel construction plan and are to be equipped with the most modern safety devices. The pas senger cars are to have in addi tion every improvement in the engir.es of the Mikado type. Un der the agreement made these en gines are to be delivered the latter part of the present month. Bids have also been asked from leading manufacturers for alarge you nu mber of passenger locomotives and a big equipment of freight cars. Ii is expected that these orders will be placed within the next week or two. Fifty thousand tons of heavy steel rail ordered by these lines a short time ago have been re ceived, and the track is being -re-laid with them. Another big! order for stetl rail?, is to be plac ed within a short time. building, This map will be sent any one who will write to The National Tribune and enclose 7 cents in stamps for postage. Whether you own property in any part of Florida, or are mer- Wbhe in some sections of the ely interested in the rapid devel State the crops are not the best opment that is going on in the thh year, vet the ( xhibits at! Peninsula Slate, this map will be the Fair promises to be better thiii ever. Farmers in all bect- MISSOURI STATE FAIR. ion of the States, especially in ttiose sections where crops are bess, are prepaiing exhibits to seiul to the State Fair. Live stock entries are line and the amu sement programme ar ran ;ed for by the Board of Dir ectors is the very best, Educatio nal feautures will be slrong and it can safely be said that there will be 200 acres f educatioo and amusement atthe State Fair epte mber '60 to October 0. of both interest and value toyor, to and all von have to do to tret it.. is to send 7 cents in stamps, merely to defray the cost of mailing, and the map will be sent to you at once, securely rolled in a stiff tube. Address. Till-: NATIONAL TRIBUNE Washington 1). C REAL THE (MSET NEW MAP OF FLORIDA. Brushy knob Mo, Sept. 19011. To the Worlds Cresset. Listen Judge Baker threshed 235 bu. of wheat from 8 acres of land, I mahogany with latest designs of : -in the history of the Missouri which wouid be an average ot Jt) i fnrt.n.iln seals, which are to State Fair. It Is the lir.st time The Missouri State Fait will open tins year beptemoer 6V , with every exhibit in place and . Remarkable Offer by TheNational all details arranged beforehand. ' Tribune, the Great Washington President William H. Taf t has 1 Weekly, accepted the invitation of the' The National Tribune of Wash- n, . ,., w, c, . ington, D. C. the great weekly Directors of the Missouri State ,.,'., T 7. ,, I published in the National Capital Fair to attend the 1911 Exhibl-. and thj 0J,gan Qf the M soldiers tionandhe has stated that he' nd tne q. A R. has just had will be here on Saturday, the prepared a new map of Florida, be plush unholstered. The most modern heating is also called for i bu, per acre. And there was about 10 bu. of wet and damaeed wheat that was not threshed this would raise in the the specifications. the avrage to 31v bu. per acre there was no fertilizer used. How is that for South Missouri? If any one can beat this ltt us hear from them, Wo pulled ahandfull of wheat in the stalk' fro m the line of comfort and arc to be opening day, and it is perdictcd the State which is now the center electric lighted and finished in that this will be the greatest day of interest .among all who are urea oi iue suuui.'u oijuiius num torrid heat in Summer to Arctic cold in Winter) and who want a home where the climate is health ful and oppcrtunities are offered to earn a livelihood or acquiie wealth under the most favorable population of Florida in creased nearly 30 per cent, in the that a President of the United States has ever visit"d the Mis souri State Fair and its friends The cars for which contracts are proud of the fact that the were let today are in addation to President has recognized the the large installment of dining State Fair as a great education- t ft. TAKE NOTICE cars, passenger coaches, mall and baggage cars which the Mo, same field which measured six Pacilic-Iion Mountain have been our feet and better in length, Judge receiving lately from the Ameri- best ! ,.n n o,ir & Foundrv Coominv shops at St. Charles. The latter cars, now arriving, are also con structed on the most Baker is one of Farmers, and has a liue farm. The O.irks iu Douglas County is the pi ico for home seakers "in truth. John Uowers' Plans al institution and will honor it by c.nsU8 decade, and will doub Lis presence. He will make onej is in the next, of the principle addresses at the 1 This map The National Tribune Fair that will be made on hisj"s had compiled from latest surveys of the Government en western trip. gineers and fi om the most recent This will afford a splendid op- data of the ?l stofflce Department portunity for the visitors at the anu pthogarphea in three colors modern Fair to hear and sea the Prcsid- on a lino quality of plate paper, ent of the United State. I by 30 inches. DEAR FRIEND Don,t think because we are not located iu a city that wo can't sell goods at city price, or less, High rents, big salaries large expences must all be made from the profits of a city business. And if you trade there you must not forget that you pay for the priviledgo of doing so. It is different with us and the fact that our business is continually increasing is ample evidence that the people appreciate the advantage of trading with us. Our expences are small and so are our profits. In the city expencesare large and profits are in pioportion. When you buy from a mail order house you have to Pay The Express or Postage on a small quantity ana ineiwius Arehigh. We buy in large quantites and freights a small item When you spend a dollar in the City that dollar is gone from this Vicinity forever when you spend with us a part of it stavs here and is converted iuto taxable property, and there fore aids your schools, your churches, your roads, and com munity at large. Please remember that the buyer of tliis firm is never sleepy stupid or indifferent when he buys bargains that will yield us a small profit and saves you money. We can supply you with all they have in any generalstore, cation us get tne worth of your money in dry goods: Groceries, and Shoes Hats and Caps &. Yours Respectfully, G. G. PARIS Brushyknob Mo. Felt-bcots WORLD'S CRESSET OFFICE "W e are determined to satisfy our customers.