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UICII HILL, MIUSOUUI, THUitKOAT, AfOlTTH, HKJl.
t in i! O ii Ti(iiA
Tor The Tkihink,
One Dollar IVr Ve ar.
II. Loth has gone east lo buy
Wilson Weathers ha gone to
tbe Holden fair.
W. K. Hoyce is at Excelsior
Springs on business.
M. I). Robinson of Rockville,
spent Sunday in our city.
John S. Craig lias been visit
ing bit family the past week.
Mrs. MjuJc Toiu'iiiion, dress
making, over the Pcview office.
(.'ceil An.es came in Monday
to spend a week with borne folks.
Mr. Merchant of Piairie City,
was in the city Monday on business.
Mr and Mr. John A. Payne
ae enteitaining Mr. Wood from
Jacob Scelinger, ot Round
Prairie, was transacting business!
here Tuesday. -
Jas. P11 and wife have gone to
Butte, Montana, where they will
make their futuie home.
If you want to reach Republi
can readers w'uh vour ad erti-ement,
put it in Tut Tin bi ne.
II. G. Cook and family left
last Thursday for Colorado, where
they expect to spend the summer.
Mrs. Willis and little daughter,
of Uarnonvi!le, are visiting Mr. ,
vv. . , l.c mt .u:.
V s sister. Mrs. Jas. Ames, tn.S
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Mr. and Mrs. . A. Harvey
are entertaining Mis. Stephenson!
and her daughter, of Spruce, this I
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.Mrs. I natl uuitn iji rvi:sas
Citv, arrived in the city last Friday, j 1 ;
and will make an estended vi'it to'1'
home folks. j Mr. Howjii.l J.unes has bought '
., , , , , . t . the grocerv slot"? icceit!-, ovsnc.i bv
1 be ladies of the Presbs tci ian -
, .., ,IJ. . Dm:cau, ku 1 i'l riud it s ihc
Church 'si ' serve iC cream an i 1 1
rake this fcntnc, on thf Uwn weMK
of li e cliurch.
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city of Lawion to sec wliat ne caii
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see and p.nchase propeity if it
come withi i reach.
Post Lxcursion to yuincy
Sunday. August iS, iyoi. Special
train leaves Nevada at J.yi.n.
via M., K. S: T.
Mrs. j. P. I look and Miss
Pska Duley of RockviUc, Wicd
Miss Pereza Pii.chard last vs. tk, '
returning home Satu.day.
II, G. Sprukei has moved the;
remainder of his good from the?
t . . 1 r a . -
Rjiii'iiti building on laik Ave-
nuc t' the Kuhn tunding on North 1
Sixth Sireet. !
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Tiik IBIBVXE bas one t the ,
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nest joi piinieis in 111c mic em-.
p!oed now, and sour job work can j
It .lone wiih neatness and dispatch.
Just give us a liial.
Tie Intel-State Re-union will
Commence at Nevada next Monday ;
and continue all the week. 1 i 1 r 1 Mr. Wnll.ue N die, h pi.meei j TOO Keward, J1(X.
a nuuibcr of ihc (i. A. R. I o s citirn jf Loi-k.i. K.n:-.i. ss.s in j I C rcadeis of this paper will be
fiom heic ssill attend. ; the city Ted.v i..ki.g iums nd j,.,.! lo Jc ,1,,, ,hct a C,M
Useiy m.in, woman and child ! was nuuh pUa-ed s.i h ,u cits :U-diea. fed di-ea-c that science has
in Rich Hill ought to have heard .He called ) I iik fit tin ! (ccn al If to cwie iu all its stages
'.be senium pleached by Rev. R. expie ed hi.-.)-iU .-i n il fspeciiiig j aiu i Catarih. Hall's Ca
ll. Colfee, at the open air meeting to bud so l.vge a titv i- r . ina.li iallj, Cure is the only positive cuie
in the park Tuesday evening. push and 11 a- he l,.,iu I tu-ie. j Lnown to the medical fraternity.
If a dealer asks )ou to t ike "l he 1 "M,u ' s n; ' j Cat.u l Ii being a constitutional di-
wmwihiitii kid l. be ust at food
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as Rocky Mountain
l"ea made iy
Madi-on Medicine Co.," a-k him i
if he makes moie money. Ask!
soul druggist. j over ii: Kan-i- agai.i, nr.ly tijb:ive
P. 1C Wilkinson i moving his a man tiiie biward i n the foi!.
Cheap Sloip slock illlo the Saul-! 'leventh time to tell ju-: lns :; w as
stag room vacated by H. (i.ldone. The sry diftris tin time
Sivtxkei. This change will give j just a little The new story teller
Ml, Wilkinson a lurger, lighter and j had friend who was thru- at the
hcilrr tuonl. j killing who s.svs the bodies vvete
County Surveyor Robert John- i burned. Tbispi.it ot ti c -toiyis
son made bis iirst call on Tl!K ,lew- "v ,l,:,t !k") "1c
Tmni vi: Tttsday, He is now at n"'1 i'1 Vu wheie they
wi Ik on the hiidgc just ibis side the buined, vve sugc-t they be con-id-water
works sdtiol The surveyor ! e'ed dead for keeps, and that the
i building biidges now. He's inn i governor i-,ue a proclamation
in the couil bouse bu-incs,. j "anathema maraiutha,"
Head Tin: Triklnk.
Mrs. A. A. Hutton, of the
Past Side, is sctiously ill.
Mr. and Mis. John llammack
buried an infant vistr'day after
noon. Prof. C. T VanBcnthusen is
posting the Rich Hill Pair ail over
Jake (JolJenberg bas pone to
Harrison, Ark., on a short trip cf
If you don't read The Tpini si
)qu fail to read the best local paper
in Bates county.
Ray Thompson, of the Review,
left to-day tor a ten day's vi-it toj
relatives in the Kate of Iowa.
-Frank Kaltlon leaves io-mor-jou'
row morning for Koek l-!.nnd. III..
to join II. (i. Spraktr's merry-go
11 n m.t bt , . . -ui-a , I a t
J. V. Dixon of the Sixth St.,
second hand stoic, has sold a half i
interest in bis establishment to bis i
brother, J. D. Dixon.
General Canby Post No. 10, !
G. A. R., will meet Wednesday j
evening, August 2 1. at Post head- j
quarters in Odd Pillow s hall.
Only $3.50 round trip boat j
excursion to Ouincy, Sunday Aug.!
IS. Special train leaves Nevada j
2:30 a. ni. via M , K. .5c T. Ry.
Geo. P. Huckcriy will reply to
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the address of welcome delivered by i
(Mayor Wright of Nevada, at the ;
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soldiers In'.cr-State lve-union next :
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Mrs. K. R. Leach left for He- ;
loit, Kans.. Tucd.iy, to .Ktcnd the1
funeral ot her mothei, Mi. Hullo-!
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run of custonit r.
We wi-h him '
John McMull.m, of Rich I till,
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has obtained a crp.tia.-:t for part of .
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vn,i te b-ine-t.v d-iiu- and ;
w t'.l te ai! 1 ik'1
Wauled: Man with some 1 11- ;
i:.iK aiuhis. S-iluy Jv pt' '!li
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Address, M-r. h,,lea'c Dept.,
Havard Hldg , Kansas Citv, Mo.
. Kev- l'" S " ' '"-e,l. Pi c-
siding l.'d .1 tor thi. .i-tti.t of the
United llutlacn i,m;h. accom-
pani.-d bv Mr. G. G. l.m,k. .nade
a plea-ant cad 1 nr. liuitvi:
la-l 1 'inlay 1 he rcvei fii.f "fnl.c
Iliitn tt in.nned .( I Sund iv and tis. '
ited ii.n.mg the 1 !ethun .i a few i
days l.u.ku.v' .iiur ill'? ssel.'.ite j
the Luid i.i this pji; 1 1 j
moral sin, ai l
leroi n;'s- ..i- an t 't t a I ,e nr..
p""' l;"i 1 b' thnms he si.l f
ive revived the P-eiide :i
a n, 4rnv.. nai iiat v,t i t . va a ' , , . .
, , , ' I peaches and quinces. Premiums ot
nice line of the latest and most pop-j ' , ,, , . - .
, ,, $;o and $2? will be given as first
ular styles of I all Hats. Don'ti - , 3 . . .
, ., , iandtecond prizes for the best and
bul to see them. .. . , , .
Hljr Keil Apple and iMikIous
l'eucliea at the Mianourl
The "Ibg Red Apple" and the
luciou peach of Missouri, turpat
ing in high color and exquisite flav
or the productions of any spot on
earth, will be exhibited in great
abundance at the Missouri State
Pair to be held at Sed!ia, Septem
ber yt3, and the displays of fruit
of every kind will be of such an ex
cellent quality as to confi.m the
claims of the most enthusiastic fruit
growers of the state.
Liberal premiums have been of
fered for the best plates of the vri-
varieti of RrP'5' PPles
P"rs nd P"ches. Sweepstakes
I are offered for best and largest di
I plays of apples and grapes and for
the best collection of peart, plums.
i largest collection oi iruu, open 10
any county, society, or one or more
persons representing any county in
i the state.
GorSau Grahams Philosophy.
baron Munchausen was the first
traveling man, and my drummers
expense accounts still show his in-
Adam invented all the different
w" in which ' J'ounK n:an can
make a fool of himself, and the col
lege yell at the end of them is just
a frill that doesn't chance essential.
lav.day is always a month off for
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the spendthrift, and he is never able
to realize more than sixty cents on
any dollar that comes to him. But
a dollar is vorth one hundred and
six cents to a good business man,
and he never spends the dollar.
If you give some fellows a talent
wrapped in a napkin to start with!
in business, they would swap thej
talent for a gold brick and lose the
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napkin; and there are ethers that!
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ki:j v.h- sould set up with it in the
. dry goods business in a small way
anJ co'x other fellows tab
I always lav it down as a safe
pioposition that the fellow who has
car-fare toward the last of the week
isn't "oirir to be any Russell Sage
ttht.tl it comes to tttltng with the
old man's money. From the let-
ters ot a seM-made merchant to his
j son, now appearing in The Satur-
iUy Evenine Post, of Philadelphia.
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Hr.t Presbyterlaa Churc'u.
; Sabbath School, 9:45 a.m.
; Junior Pndeavor, ):to p.m.
k. ' or
Senior hndeavor, 7:00 p.m.
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U . Is. CH ANCtt.l.oa,
Waluut Street M. 11 Church.
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Ii.eiessiil tic preaching at the
Walnut Stuet M. P. Church next
?u.:mBy-ttt 1 1 a. m. and at S p. m.
Sunday School at y 145 a. m.
i-.pssoi in League at 7 p. m.
seae, retpines a Constitutional
tuatiitnt. Hall's Caiarib Cuie is
taken internally, acting directly tip-
i on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the svuni, thereby destroying
be lo-Midati-vi of the disease, and
fciv.Mg ihe patient strength by
building up the constitution aud as
sisting nature in doing its work.
The ptoprieiort have so much faith
in Us cuiative powers, that they of
fer one Hundred Do'Iais lor any
case ih..t it fail to cuie. Send for
bsl tif testimonials.
AdJieu, P. J. Ciuvav Co.,
Si!d by druggists, 75c.
j Hall's P:m!;- Pills are the be.t
A ! Outing.
A merry ei ! of our youn
people took an ( uting lat Sunday
at the country I. -.me of Wm. Bur.
rows, shout fiiiii- miles east of this
c'ty. A bounteous dinner atd ur-
-o.-r had been prepared and the day
was enjoyed by all and will be long
remembered. Those that attended
were Mr. and Mrs. Ilarve Robin
son, Mr. and Mrs. P L. Gench,
Mrs. Jane Burrows, Dr. Oleson,
Anna GriiT.th, Forest Caldwell,
Kate Klumpp, Loren Logan, Marie
Klurnpp, Clint Smith, Nora Ellis,
Gee. Burrows, Kittie Brown, Wil
son Weather, Crissy Caldwell,
Seymour and Vanie Williamson.
M. F. M. Iteception.
The M. F. M. Club held a neat
farewell entertainment at the home
of their president,George A. Iluck-
iy, last n:ght. in honor of Frank
RaJstor., who departs for Illinois
to-morrow morning to be gone lor
quite awhile. Music, crokinole,
and other like amusements whiled
away the hours pleasantly, until ice
crearu and cake closed the evenings
entertainment well pleasing to all.
ilanna and Strike.
If Mark Hanna is working t
settle the steel strike, as some of the
Democratic papers say he is, so as
to give himself a boost foi the Re
publican nomination for president,
we cenfess sve don't know when he
ever made a shrewder move. Dur
ing the last campaign he wrs ac
cused of settling the coal strike for
political purposes. Now if be set
tles this strike, confessedly one of
the most extensive ever inaugurated
in this country, it will show him to
be one of the most remarkably in
fluential men in the United States.
If this be so there will be no power
to prevent h: nomination, and if
he is so popular with the labor and
so friendly with the capital of the
country, what can picvent bis elec
tion. This is a combination that
no power en ejith can successfully
resist, and we co-jncil our Demo
cratic friends to climb into the band
wagon while there is room, or they
will get so b:.d!v left they never will
find out "where they're at."
Par lil oris for the Stont.
The general run of fashion plates
are the despair of those women
whom nature has decreed for stout
ness, or who time has snowed with
gray bait. Many f ashion cuts show
an impossible sIph-!ike form of
women everlastingly youthful. The
Delineator, whose long career of
success sbownh.it it meets the needs
of women, contains in the Septem
ber number a special article, care
fully illustrated and devoted to the
attire of stout and elderly women.
1 bis aitule, with its i-?aciicl, use
ful advice about f ibi k s and nuati'.i-
ties, will be pppiesiaied by those
who are neither sliui nor under
Money to l.omi.
Por from one to three years, on
good f srm pmpcitv .
11. 1". Rcaixsov.
A opy of the Deniocratic
Topic, published weekly by Hess
4 Cart, at Norman, Oihorna. is
on our table. The neatne-s of the
piint indicates the handiwork of
Carr and vve pie-ume the matter in
the columes indicates the hand of
Hess. Put where'. er he ges, sse
wi! Walker M. i'arr success and
as the boy is father of the man, vve
believe be will gc! there eventual''.
Thos. Ellis ha decided toj,,.;-,. s i.-.i.n,, .t
move vvitn bis family to Colorado.
A good citien and a srrious loss
to the local woikuig foise cf the
Demcctatic patty. We wish him
well iu liia ne li! on.
Mrs. Lny Lsn. atsd Miss
O.ive Stoui-r irumt j )est;tday
(romavitit tg tVl.ulo Spnngr,
They had an eniv vaUc trip aud
NEW DENTAL PARLORS
And bv all the nra nJ
Wftlt or WltJiout plntea.
Fillings of all Kinds.
If in need of Dental Work, SFOsi'.d I pleased to bare ja ca.L
Tcit IJjsit fotcI WItlioiit Ila rat ts
NEW DENTAL PARLORS,
Over F. & M. Bank Rich Hill Mo.
Old papers for sale att his oflice,
5c per bundle.
Mrs. Mary E. Cook, mother of
Mrs. Dr. Heylmua and IL G.
Cook, bas returned to her home in
-A delightful outing. Beat
excurs.oa to yutney, ?uoaar,
August 18. Only $3-50 round
trip. Special train leaves Nevada
at a. 30 a. m. via tbe M-, K. & T.
Mis. Maude Tomlinson has
opened dressmaking parlor oveT
the Review office, and solicit the
patronage of the ladies cf Rich HC1
and vicinity. Satisfaction guaran
teed. J. W. Duncan bas sold his
stock of groceries and will jjo to
look after his claim in the new coun
try. We wish ; -a good luck as a
Helps young ladies to with
stand the shock of sadden propos
als, that's what Rocky Mountain
Tea has done. tc Made br
Madison Medicine Co. Ask your
Work has been resumed on the
court house, but the fuising goes
merrily on. It's a regular Demo
cratic pow-wow. Mucb bark, but
only the people get bit. Those
who dance should pay the fiddler.
In this case the fiddlers must be
Every citixen of Missouri ought
to read the Globe Democrat and
get posted and keep posted on the
school fund matter. It has been
telling some wholesome truths about
the political mistakes and short
comings cf the Democratic party,
that every good citixen ought to
John L. Welch 01: Eldorado
Springs, a former reVdunt of Rich
Hill, was in the city this week. He
was otie of the lucky men in Uncle
Sam's recent land lottery down
toward Tex-, pretty close to that
place where Phil Sheridan didn't
want to live because he prefrred
J another place. John L., not being
as much of a military man as Sher
ida.i, sse tl.ii.k prefer Texas or
close thereabouts. He is now in
tbe condition of the man invited to
the supper on a certain occasion.
He's got a piece of land and must
oced go and see it, and he's going.
1hl Will latareat alaay.
To quicsly introduce It. B. U.
(Botanic Blood Balm), the famous
I IvKkI purities, into new homes, we
will send V.sUtrly free 10,000
liratmcuts. B. B. B. quickly cure
eld ulcers ss'ofola, pioful swell,
ir.gt, aches and pain in bones or
joints, iheuo tiir, catarrh, ssiin-
jplev tes-.eiir.i eruptions, boils. es20 SSCkS Of FIOUT Of
trrai, JUDuifc ss.in or dioo Bumors,
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even dead.y career. IS. B. IS. at i
drug stores It. For tree treatment
address Blood Balm Co., Atlanta,
(ia. Medicint sent at once, pre-
paid. lcscfir trouble au-I lice
medical advic given sn.li! cutvd.
B. It. B. cure the most deep seat
ed case., after all e!s (ails. B. B.
H. hels every sore and msket the
blood pciie ich. Try it.
1 Over F. & M. Bank.
The Ne Der! Parlors are
equ'rpf-td to do jour der.V; !' at
Very Low Price,
latest methods of DesjU'ry.
The M, Orr trick a tcsitrs
trip to IJsiUer yesterday.
Mrs. Ira Royce is m tie
fanily cf Majsr D. H. Wl-vxi.
Go to Mrs- Maude TW.I'e-ihvs
for Cnt -class drevs tr.il.rj. Over
:th Review orEce.
i jjaj- . iea-,fn& carets
from Rka Hi
C A. Admire went to Rich
HiU Friday, to meet bis dsuger,
Mrs. Eubaoks.-Amerdins lirrere.
M Zada Caaninirhara. of La
nsar. w ho ha Iowa th p-ot 1A
Ele tei"r. rtt bona Krt Ur.
Special train leares Nevada
2:33 a. m. August ii. jiacy
boat excursion $3.50 roond trip
via M K. & T. Ry.
Mr. Tenny was ia the city
yesterday on his way to the Con
federate reunion at Springei,
Prof. L. D. Allison, cf Butler,
is spend iag several days ia Rich
Hiil this week attendieg to his
s immer vacation business.
Mrs. J. Eile Stotier, of Ksnsa
City, is visiting ter parents, Dr.
and Mr. A. E. VanVoorhis and
anher relatives this week.
The school board at th;ir
soeeting Tuesday night s!ecttd
John A. Silvers ta 11 out the un
expired tetm of Dr. Noind.
The beauty thief has come to
Unless you drive the pimples and
Do this; don't look like a fright;
Tak Rocky Mountain Tea to
night. Ask yout druggist.
VoL 1, No. J of the Rockvi'Ie
Star, is a new candidate for public
favor .ind patronage at Rockville ia
this co. sctty. It is neailr gotten up
and derves tbe loyal support of
tbe city a rid community it represents
Cap t J. A. Payne has return.
eJ from ie ixvr erritory and re
ports the svowd af people as won.
derlul. and the oondiiioa as to th
health of th psv! sjuite a pS
lew because ol lack ot sanitary con.
d, lions favarablc to gusn) heatth.
What You Want
I! Its isy fit (he UT.U
Special prices on 10 to
New is Vesr Itat T Csy Wllk
Yea ua Bay Ctiea?.