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For the Ladies.
NEW FALL HATS.
A n:CG line of the latest stylo in Street
Hats. Call and see thein.
We have just received a large lino of
Kara Flannels m the New Colors and De
signs. ThisHs the popular goodstfor Dress
ing Sacks, Kinionas and Shirt Waists.
W. K. ROYCE.
The store that sells-good goods and never
Coin cutting 1 the ord. r of the
Our sick folks have about nil re
covered. Chester KenitMT. ihc prodiKal kb.
lias n turned to the parental roof ftf
t'.T a sojourn in the wild and woolly
Mrs. Line Henry li ft Thursday to
join her linslmnd in donning'. I.a.
U. Nt liter, our blacksmith, has ls-en
in Ilntler the past few wivlm having
his eyes treated by ti siHviallst and
reports them nun h Ivtter.
HtTiiiiiii WVliiifi wn in our city
1 1st week.
L. A. Lyon mid wife rind Mrs. J'n.
lister Mis Touilinsou wore visititisr
In KcholH'ity Sunday.
Mrs. i. W. Snnderw irth and c'ni'r
dren Simdayctl with her sister Mrs.
Charley Kienjiliorirer near Happy
l'ha. Mid Frank Fix have pur
chased a i ir.uhirs.ition rorn shelter
Say, have yon hoard the Hewn?
F.ill Smith, our worthy marshal, is
Our school board have ocned up
their heart to do some much hooded
AW w our Iteiiiocrniic county
court has employed Th"o. LnCaff. of
Nevada, to superintend the building
of the court house in Iluller. Mr.
LsCaff is i dtvp-dyed llopublienu
and a first-class builder and an lioii
rat man an all ;;oodl'.t puhlit mis an-.
Our county court Is composed of
left handed men which accounts for
the court house Nine; turned around.
Hope they wont turn it upside
lit Tl II.
Harlcy .Shclton la cuttlii
oti Judjre Suland place.
.Miss Ada Shclton left Monday for
Vnrrensburfj to attend normal this
Mrs. Kobb ami family, of Foster,
htent Saturday and Sunday with
Miss 1.4-omi Itrojran 1 visiting her
aunt Com Morris.
AYc fool very Had Indeed over the
nt tempted nssnssltint Ion of our Roivd
Kind president. May lie recover and
lie spared to us for a lonc time, tor
lie has few equals.
YV. W. 1 truce n loading coal on the
earn from the atrip pit.
We aiv tr lng to oiitiil that the
ory of l'(mtmter Martin-, of rrtls
Injr potatoen, Into our cranium. We
have a lot of onloiiH that we think
will 1k strong enough to brUitf tears
In (lie eyes of the potatoes
It costs to make up the
assessment books of lite city of
In the Revolution old Isinel rut
nun) one day told bis raw militia
tlmt Washington's Inspector was
coming to ciii) to look them over,
Sitid he,' "Wash your hands, nnd
wmdi them witli so.ip." Ili.il wn
a cniial tiihute to icgulution, hut
I'rriiMArlllcn About (lie Com
Where Ih our free mall delivery we for li.-kins? the ltd cents n little mud
were to nave ny me nnl or N-rit?
(laretice Ward, of the Sjiraffiie vi
cinity, had more melon In town
Saturday, than we h;jvo weft thin
Fnele Ike Neat celebrated hUTltth
birthday last Thm-rtdny, the Mh. A
few of his friend and nearly, all of
hlMiiiatlveM around hen-, helped to
celebrate and w ish hint many more
birthdays. Fncle Ike" dinner wan
servel In three courses, and lie took
lenn soup every time. Thefullow-
Ins; friends were pn-sent. .1. A. I5or-
ron, Claude Shankland. Miss.-H Lean
Stela, Fiuina Kins; and Mrw. I.ixzle
lierjihofer. Kelatlves, S. I). Shank
land, w ife and daughters, (iraoe Hnd
Fdith. Mrs. M. C. Neat. Ixota. Koy,
Uuth nnd le Iiallfmch.
We are canning, preserving, pick
iiiijr, Irylns and eatinc xacheii.
Some one tell tis another way to tine
up our little seedling jn-aches.
ItoU rt McCullocli is hnulinj? lum
ler to build a new residence.
If PViPV r.ittmiMiilri. I .. v.. ..1,1...
J niVauffhnls hau Inff rock from t ,. ,,:
, , , , - r i"" Keith, the din-tors wi I have to
Mr. Hornbnck h and flxltie; his new . 11
1..,, ..in. ttiiii i umi iiui very
little sickness around here this sum-
Miss Minnie Campbell has returned
to her home In loin. Kims., after- o
visit with her Km'idimrvnt Mr. and
Mr. npvr was tradine; In Foster
Mrs. 1). W. Sttvle. of Foster, "visit
ed her aunt Mrs. Caldwell Sunday.
Fred LivenKood is visiting his
brother near Ft. Scott.
Some small boys visited Mr.
SnorfTa melon patch and destroyed
all the jrn-en melons.
Homer Neptune Is expected home
front business college Monday.
lau Isreal has. returned from Kan
Dont Be Fooledi
Tak tbt tenaiM, orlf Inal
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
tAtOt Mljr hf Madlwin Medi
cine C.. MwliKin, WI. (t
keeps yom well. Our trade
mark cMt m each package,
Pric. a ceata. Never ol
le) kalk. Accept n aubeti
uHairiHa tata. Aak yar arutfist.
Miss Nola aimili-y vent to South
akota last week to visit her broth-
r and other n lativew.
Misses Lou and 1Ura Williams
turned to Omaha Thursdnv.
John Hite has returned' to his
tiooi iiuties in Marshall. Mo.
Miss F.mma Wo,, i,.ft ti, ...n-n-
art af the week for Cleveland. Ohi.i.
w lu re she w ill visit relatives.
Herman Wchlies snent Simdav
witli home fi)lk at 1'rnirie l it v
The oil boom stlil ctmtinues."
Mrs. K. T. McKimm. of s, in.n ciiv.
Isiteil ln-r mother Mm P KUlw.r
ust Wednesda v.
Mrs. .. S. l'arsi.ns anl Mrs. I). M.
urnani returned to their !,.,,.. In
Ashliiiid. Mo., Saturday, after a vls-
wun .virs, A. .1. l eriiiisoi. nnd
ther n'iatives in thiscltv.
We understand that .Inlli.s Xnn-
lerwirth has pnrchasel the -ts k of I
SEW YORK'S 11-LI(1 tlT.
NEW H03IE NEWS.
.Miss Dale Steeii'. of -oster, w as a
a caller at New Home postollice.
Mr. CarswelTs mother from Iowa
i visiting relatives and friends.
We w ill correct our mistake in last
week s writing. School ei milneuees
Monday, Sept. b.
Mr. Mc(Jj n"s peaches a re delicious
a:id the finest in the count rv.
A few of New lioiue scholars will
attend s hool at 1 oster this winter.
Mrs. L. P.. Fx line is visiting her
Ki-ter iu Arl.ai:sa.
Will I.lttleiield has ivturtied from
Moiitnn.t when- he has Ix-ell Work
Ill in the lumber.
Frank Morse has Huirhed sowing
Wheat. '1 Ills eli dine rain will do
A few bovnidour .iciuily altend
V 1 the Ice ; ream supper Wednesday
nlejht. A ciiod time it portt (1.
liessie tiariier aMeinlid (luiirhnl
Fouler .vund.i.v nie lli,
OSi fan iha
Give thc:n oil aal-livL-r oil.
It's us the rt'siiic.
Givj il K) ( ;: j eevi: l, fret
ful cliikl, a:ul l.cl:;ug!,. Give
it to tho j --Jo, a:uvir.ie child,
and hisf,ice Lveci.v.s rosy and
full cf her.Ul.: Tuke a flat
chested child, or a child that
has stopped win;.:, j.jive Mm
the oil, z.r.d he v. ill jjrow Lhj
and s.tro:iij lil.e the rest.
T'nij'is ni.tar.ew bcheme.
It has been done for years.
Of course yo-.i r.uut use the
riht oil, Scott's l'mul.sion
is the one.
Scott's J'nuil-ion rcithcr
loohs iuir t..- li like oil because
we are so c.irefid in inahing it
plea al.t to take.
Jxril lor ficc s ainpKr.
6et)'i i iL i."H M'' thcu. i.. i,4.j St., a. v.
Great and Only Metropolitan
Shows Put Within Head)
It Is a loiifj; time ulnce the ilally
newspaiK'rs of New- York City have
shown such enthusiasm over any
thinjj as they exteutled to the Adam
Forepaujth and ;Selb I'rothers'shows
when they Is-irau their wastjn this
spring at Madison Siptare Cnrden
This Ih the only clrcun that New
York ever w, as it is the only t'lie
bl enough to satisfy the demand
of tlie metropolis. The critics all
said without exc pthm that the
show this year in better than It was
last w hen It was. jt nerally cticeile(
to le the Is'nt clrciiM thlscouutry has
ever seen. No jrrv ater lirals- than
that is possible T hes4' same sliow s
idi-ntlcal In every d etail and complet
In all their iiuiuen it v will exhibit at
llutler, on Tne U y, Sept. -4. .T
Kive everyone llv,ri,- !ii this commit
uity m oititort mi It v to see thes
ureal show s i ct.ly as New Y
saw mem (irritl lirT'ieiUs nave mv
M !(. ted M itll t , 11 lil.es if travel I
cMreiuely low ratf fxcurslous, an
all the Inform ktloii coiuvrulus th
t line of t raiiiM and rates of fare ma
In- had from t'je station agents. Th
show rire si bis and contain so
iiiatiy new ai id wusji t ioniil fealuit
that It Is slu .ply impossible to cvi
atiemjit to enumerate them, mu
less to trv to fl.-wrilN- tlieiu in tin
limited siiiu'i. available. Sutllee
tlmt It t e-ii-H warivly poible for
anyone lm nt them to lie disap
pointed. Fvcii then-al free stnt-t
purade may ! . -u by those living
In re, for It has 1. iu orraujc'd that It
shall not start until the lust excur
sion tr.Llii Is In In rder thHt all may
v it. l'roin d ;eriptlon tut n In
new spripels witch ticse shows have
already Uvli exl'Jbltfd It apars
that this parade U th" most ina
tilticeiit display of hiipvrlor sls- tJU U
lir wplendor thnt liave ever Istn
and powder black didn't mutter.
The name of the man who at
tempted to murder the President
is Leon CzoIrosz. He is a Toliah
Anarchist. The two last letters
of the alphabet in his name indi
cates his low character and the
hissing nature of the surpent. He
should be tried and executed by a
drum-hind court martial and that
Hon. Jos. Flory has become
pres'dent ot the Metropolitan Pub
lishing Co.,' which publishes the
Political Review, st St. Louis. His
name will add strength to the pub
lishing company and extend the ever
widening inllucnce of the Review.
We certainly wis'.) him and the He
view their lull measure of success in
helping to Kcpublicanie the state
A prominent and leading Repub
lican citizen said to us tins, Tues
day morning, "In vour opinion, td
all our public men whose expres
sions you have read as to the shoot
ing of President McKinley, whose
was the most henttless and imsym
p.i!hetc?'f We answited at once,
"Senator Wcllive'.on's, of M. in
land." That's just what I think,"
said he. "and he ought not to le
allowed to keep his scat i:i the Sen
ate." Since that wc have heard
any number ot persons expiess the
same sentiment a to Wellington.
The Fads In the heboid.
Recently the Leader published an
extract from the Inter Ocean con
demning "fads" in methods cd
school teaching, and which parlicu-
jlarly ridiculed or.ecf the itccnt fails
in twhicaco s,;tioois ot It act ing los
In. many localities, nfier a pro
longed nnd teriouv drouth, recent
mint have caused something that is
comparatively new to n great many
farmers of the com belt legion. It
is a we'l known law in nature that
plant will make extra efforts lo
reproduce when odds ate against
them. When condition sccin to be
against reproduction, new things arc
likely to be observed in plant grow
th. We have it from manv observ
ing fanners that theic has been n
growth of new gmins of corn on
ears that had almost completed
their growth and upon which the
silk had dried up As a result of
the rains new silk has grown from
the ears nnd rcfcttilizalion has set
in. Just how extensive this wiH be
we do not know, and how succes
ful it will be remains to be demon
strated. A great deal will depend
on the weather and the amount ot
rain. The question will he w hether
the newly formed grains on the eais
will have time to peifect themseli e
before frost comes.
There ate a great many things
about the corn plant not generally
known by the persons who grow it,
a great deal of which will te of
interest to manv of them. Most
farmers are conversant with the
manner of lertiliation and know
that the pollen from the tassel
Iruciifies the silks, causing the
growth of a grain, whithout which
process there can be no gi.iin.
This is understood, bat there are
m-nv things about the gram itself
that are not. Chemists tell us that
each grain of corn is covered wi.h
a thin film or covering not unlike
that of a gram of wheat. Thi is
the case, or preservative, against
conditions of weather, etc. Next
to the skin is a thin layer composed
largely of protein matter. Hreedett
ot corn nave learnru trial tins can
tie increased by selection ami a
variety of corn necured ticher in
protein mntttr, than lome othtr
variety that is selected becaust it ii
rich iu oil. The main body of the
grain Is composed of alarch densely
packed in cells, Embedded in Una
is found the germ which it loaded
with ud nnd mineral matter. .The
larmer hai been studying how to in
crease the protein matter of the
grain so as to make it more valuable
as a food product along certain
lines mid the manufacturer has been
asking that the oil product be in
creased, and producers are atrivinjj
to attain these ends.
From the grains of corn many
articles of merchandise can be man
ufactured, such as glucose, starch,
corn oil, alchohol, vinegar, dexter
iuc, cerealine, hominy grits and
many other good products. Aftet
the oil has been extracted from the
grain the residue forms a by-product
known as gluten meal which is a
ery good food product for live
stock as it is rich in protein. Some
such products are gluten meal and
germ oil cake. The tact that corn
can be converted into so many
articles of commerce that are in d
maud creates at) increased demand
for thik staple and also has a ten
dency to keep the price up. Fact
ories are using train loads of this
grain daily, which has tendency
to increase the price to the feeder,
nnd when the price is increased for
the feeder it is also increased for
the producer. It is doubtful wheth
er the ne plus ultra of manufactured
products from the corn ha been
One of our correspondent aayn
that Fncle Ike N"et celebrated Ida
7:th bl rt Inlay la? Thursday. Aa
Fncle Ike Is a native of Kentucky
we naturaly Infer he used pure Ken
tucky spring water rUcht from th
blue lira region Iu commemora
tion f the occasion mid ot course ho
had a general K'Hd time. May he
live many yearn to enjoy the annual
return of each occasion.
j Read 1 iik Tamest.
iteiieral inereliandlse at TaU -ille of the multiplication tu! -!e t v the pio
us limiiier A I vert and w III tin. v.. 1 . .
there in a short Mine. ! cess ot "leaptrog.
Ve have that "tired fivlinir" this
week and coiiNeiiiently have but few
Miss I'ereza I'ritchard, of the Ulch
HiHTitinri:. paid us a call Satur-
lay. v. w. Harris and
Mis Nellie Harris were hen-Sundav
on their way to Monetraw Sr.rlns. i
i e i..vt .. ti. , i
I.MMIIPtll, ('IDIOT HI ; , I 1 .
The Honorable I). C. McClure,
ex-deputy superintendent of instruc
tion of Michigan, in a letter to the
Lrader appro! ating its pn-ition and
criticism, concludes his letter with
the follow ing plain, forceful state
ment. We imite for it thoughtful
const ieratioii :
'Our wie men are worshiping
t he Aiu.lelon fir v- II, r.. 1.1 ..
pe.l.lown ,! out of the editorial ;mu,t l'c -raiil'"' "m! tllc x,:suU !
sanctum, and the owner of the Her- i Olten degi admg. Our civilization
aid, Mr. Kd Hastin, sold the ularit it onlv the lerii;:hened shadow ol
and subscription 11m to Flmer -M. i individuals. The ot.li r school de-
brook, editor of the Tribune. The
caus jriven for s-llln; out was the
lack of ndverlUinir tuitronam nnd i
dissatisfaction amonir the demo-1 ''e '"'div idual is more ofun sinolh-
eied than devi-loind. 'e arc com
ing to nee this truth more ai d m ire
veloped along individual lines; the
modern schools educate in mass, and
era t s. Kock villr Star.
Something to ICeiiieiuber,
When a coiuh or cold Is lonji lie.
elected consiiiupt Ion aluioMt bivarl
bly follows. lleiuemtM'r Melc.!l
Syrup only cost L'.'i iint a bottle,
and .vet has proven iu many thous
and case an absolute Vafe cure for
coughs, colli and consiiiupt Ion.
Taken In time It cure ipiirkly.
( lilldrell like 1r lu-cililx it taste so
koimI. InM-t on our drinrUJ Wep
InU it for sale. Head the wi'liilinJ.V
inli-rieiilou ciihs It haw afli-cted,
printed mi i h.. urnpicr around the
"Lincoln knew a trvv boo!
and these gave him ideals.
thiimgh thie ideals that he
to-ilav the uiandi-st lijure of the
ninrteet.th cenluiv. H lie Ii id t'ccn
out into fl Hinder. i traded school he
might have been mii. nlii I e.l.
"i.illle M.iss.ich'i-ctti in li.'lHiv
Underskirt. A new
supply just received.
They are the best, eas
ily adjusted to fit any
waist measure; no ob
jectional tie strings,
does not bunch around
waist, has, no opening
in back, fits perfectly
over any style corset,
SI. 00 to S4.00.
Having line lioi ers.
If Fin le Ik Neat could net a bluff
on the little. FliKil ill sparrow like
he did on ih,. ),. h In the liul 'll
pii t.-li, he wtiuUlaa e Id katlir t oru
i lie boys b;ive tlal away from the
W ell tioldenroil ja t may look for
ns Hiiiic tine da y, 4 uiv very fond
W illie Iti-e w a 4 rlv luyr on the
t ram Moudny la jrfu.a ' f t has, 1U
Fncle Fd JoIiiinoui !k ok a pieasiiii'
trip to bil liards Luti T. hursday.
year, produced l, naiiie that
A Pitiable Sliibt went into I'.ng!isli aiid Auieiican
What Is more pitiable than IiinhL.,i.i, -i ,.,,! .. l4 a.,,, i..
a pun.V , delicate little chlhl nlisolutt- '
l.v dviiitr from neglect. There are iixlivulur.l educ i'ion to the oi.ler
ninny little an-; w how-cheek would , f,f t.(UCll, j, ,:, r, der
LToW rilHV. IionC eVi'M unlll. l-l'ow'l '
bright, who- tlei.li w ould U plump o ir model n school id eduration
WiiMiis that ,k- r.,t.-.! k. hi.,,! .oion live i.rh.
Ladies Suits in Stock also made
to measure, you can select style,
cloth and be guaranteed a fit at
any price you feel like paying.
Ready Made Skirts, a new
and popular line ready for your
inspection $1.50 to S5.00.
ami pret t y if only the w orms that
are ra wlmr at their vitals were re
moved, which Is ca.-llv effected wit h
Mother' Worm Sirup, so nice to
take fhnt children a.--k lor It. Also a
run- for tns' w orm hi grown ts-ople.
lij ii 4J rnii kioiiii-.
lbo Herret ot (Jooil llealtli
The Miret of Is-auty and irood
health I eleanliriesn, Fneleanllriess
bnvd disease. Internal cleaiilliies
I even of (tn-att-r Importance than
cxteiiuil. Kii'p your liver active
and your bowel thoroughly clean
by taking a Mexican Knot Fill -casionaliy.
Their use ib' tlu-in-rve.
kidney, etc, hoi also, Only
ci n(s a box.
tiooeb a tulek Iteltef.
When your joints and bon. s u.he
and your tVsli fil ls tender and sore,
a'iiT!it bottle of lioiH h's ijulck lle
llef will ks .ViU ipilek relief. Ilest
curv for colic.
Healthy (Hood Makes Healthy
To have nood (!- Il and jjimmI feel
llie;, to look well and fe I well take
some ti Ma li's Siioaparilla. Not li
bit; else so fjoud lor pale and sickly
I'llr-lu CiVrea file
Moin-y refunded if II ever fulls,
Ai tl- m' i lire i lulls and lever.
er gieat states produced in ninctv
years twentv-seven r.anif vviiiih
found their way into the F.nglish
and American cjclopedias.
"We must get lidot our woiship
of fads and the graded i-ystcni be
fore we can look on both sides of
the question of education."
The earlier results were from the
old-fashioned training in disllict
schools. The later results under
our present system. Which vvill
you choose? From the Hillsdale,
I will buy all kinds of
Grain & Hay
delivered at Hume. Spray tie or Firh
111!!, or any station w lu re I can
net ear to.. bls,
J. T. RosiirooK,
lleivdiiiarur at liuiiie, Mo
Boys' school suits, $1.00
Young Men's suits,
$3.50 to $9.50.
Mens suits, $5.00 to
t r r R c:.
Our Good Luck, union made, shoes are tho
right kind for school boys.
m ii r ri p ramiy
.b a n in in . outfitters
P. S, Our store Is last lining up lth the most dtslratle cccis.