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ItlCII HILL, B1I8SOUUI. TIIVKSOAY, CTOIJKU .1, I0O1.
If i i Tv, II 1 i Y t i I A 7 1 X
New Dental Parlors
Over r. & M. Bank.
J LOCAL IHllKFS. J
Old paper for sale at this office,
5c per bundle.
Fresh oysters at Ilolloway's,
Saturday, Oct. 5.
For Sale Two milch cows for
KJi'c cheap. Inquire at Th? F.azaar.
The W. O. W. drill team ot Kith
Ilil! won first money at the log
rolling in Nevada, Thursday.
Watch our wagons daily and s;e
why you can cttfrsh goodj from
US. A. H. Holloway.
Sam Fisher, ex-county treasurer,
ha been returned to the a!.nn at
Nevada, with hut little hope o( his
Wastkp t Fifty white coal
miner. Steady woik. C.u! or ad
dress Chapman Coal Co., Fuller,
Dr. V. R. Ilrylmtin of this city,
it on the program of the Hodgen
'Medical Society which meet at
Hartisonvil'e to-day, and will read
a disertation of a medical suhject.
George Diake ditd near Johns
town, Sept. 19'h, at the home of hit
father, Dallas Diake, who was one
of ihe iruiee 01 Rich Hill when il
was a new praiiie town.
Full Cream, Brick and Swiss
cheese at Ilolloway'a.
Gabe Iledden, of the Review,
came to town to let the children see
Plain sour and sweet, mixed
sour and sweet and dill pickles at
The massacre ot a whole compa
ny of American soldier by Philip
pines reminds one of the Poer war.
When in need of a new st of
dishes go to Holloway, he carries
the best line in town. .
Three person are'eanvas-sing the
city for the sale of the life of Win.
McKinley. The people will he
Wood or coal
subscriptions at this office. So
don't fail to call and settle hecause
you have no money.
W. II. Fisher purchased a large
stock of cloak while in St. Louis,
which he will sell out at unprece
dented bargains! the Pussev stand.
Uoyce-Wtnchell. J Kurtdeii Ieat)i.
One of the neatest and nicest Woid comes t u that Mis Ea
wedding parties ever assembled in Sanderson, you igcst daughter of
Rich Hill occurred at the residence Mrs. T. D. Sanderson, and one of
oMr. and Mrs, C. D. Wincheil.cn ', the teathci in rur public chool,
cat Maple street, in tins city, yes-' died suddenly this morning. She
tenia i io!io o'clock a. m . when -Haseen out of school only a few
their daughter, Mi Minnie E. , be
came the wife of Mr Edgar A.
Royce, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
The ceremony was preceeded by
the singing of the song entitled
"Without Thee," rendered in Mr.
W. II. DSankcnbeker's best and
most captivating manner, with Miss
Nannie HucLcby as accompanist.
Then came the wedding march by
Mrs. T. K. Pace, at the close of
will be taken on which ,!le brkie a,ld T00m pPP"r
ed on the scene and were made man
ai.d wife by the beautiful ceremony
of the M. E. Church conducted by
Rev. W. T. Pyles, assisted by Rev.
Wesley Lattin. The bride and
gtoom were supported by Miss
Lutie Winchcll, sister of the bride,
as first lady, and Mr. Coll Orr as
Tin Hawaiian woman's club tt ' best ninn-
Honnlula debuted the question: "Ik -,-1 , ,,t 1
J The rooms were tastefully and
It ln-tter to take Kooky Mountain , , , . "
Ton hot or cold?" Kltlu-r way t beautifudy decorated with a prolu
inaiinlnin j our pleasure. Ask y.mr -ioi 01 goldcnrod and ferns, and
drut'jiUt. everything conducted with the ut-
Mr. J- F. Summers, a former res-j most taste and elegance,
ident of "Rich lliil and the father of The g'oom was dressed in an
Mrs. L. II. Bird, is reported to hnve ' elegant suit uf black and the bride
died Sept. 17, at CornwcII, Idaho, in white French organdy with brus
where he has been living for some se!s lace, and held in her band white
year. , ' roses. The bridesmaid wore a light
R. A. Jurd & Co., in the Walnut Line "own of embroidered mull and
Street brick, w ill sell you good bed- carried pink roses, while the gent
steads for 50c up, and everything j man w as dressed in a suit of
else in proportion. He wants to 1 ventioual black.
days and was not thought to be dan
gerously sick until a short time be
fore she died.
Hchell City florae Show.
The citizen of Schtll City have
arranged, to hold a colt and bone
show in that city, on Saturday,
October 12, lyoi.
There will be two classes in the
co't show, with cash premium of
$5 and $2.50 in eacti class, with an
entrance fee of 50c. There will
also be prizes for tbe best matched
driving team, tingle driver, saddler,
boy rider, lady driver, and stallion
with five of his colt, in which the
entrance tee is free.
The show will be an all day af
fair without any restriction a to
place of residence.
Mrs. S. L. Ames opening on
Tuesday was a great success. Ev
erybody went there to see tbe dis-
j play of domestic and imported mil
jliiiery. Mrs. Ames has a large
I stock of'' imported goods such a
J seldom comes to this country outside
our larger cities.all under the charge
of Miss IdaCtabb, who takes de
light in showing goods and it a first
, i ciass saleslady. Tte room wii
! decorated with the well-known JTOod
( taste of the ladies in charge, and
5 I t rriL- in CurK m fi
sell )I he has and will make prices' Words can scarcely express ihe! b J . .
. i itK i us 1 j A ,w vii t.i 1 hiwuuiiw.i
affectionate esteem in which
, . , ' 1, - . 11' effect to the splendid exhibition of
ob 1, No. 1, Hume Sun, is on bride in this wedding party is held, '
' J' 1 ,,..-. in lh.f will.- rs( S hAnnrfi
our exchange lit,a new solicitor for by ail who know her and especially;
Thrv hir a nfwnntr w ar over I , . . . : t " 1 11" ribbons and laces, and everything
1 v , ii s v. v.4 u a v aw h'jv wa.
everywhere the acknowledged standard,
the powder of the highest reputation,
greatest strength, and ah olutclv pure.
It renders the food mere healthful and
palatable, and using it exclusively you
are assured against alum and other dan
gerous chemicals from which the iov
grade powders arc made.
Dr. Price's Baking Powder is sold on
its merits only never hv the aid of
lotteries, gifts, comrni.ions or other
schemes. The entire value of vour
money comes back to you in baking pow
der the purest, most economical made.
PftiCE Eakimg Powdc Co,
!-r c.. . ;t-! Ivk'r.:: wi s ar; loir
pnc!, as try cvst t.t tree otsts
rourwl l tr.ic s.x iJom lea-.-e ia the
bres-J or ci.V pbal-itr w'ts, s'V-tesrie
acd scJ ryr-it of oiuraiaa all
OUS. tie Li: . I' p-XjQ&MS.
been such a faithlul mem-
at rreasauton, Kars., Rowing ,ovVn 0 Hume;
of politics. The eduots of the En- . .uct..M h. honc. for h... hcT oi .i,.. choir and one or the most
trrnrUr ami Observer aie candi- ,, . .. ! . . ,i every visitor received a neat
"r - - win not guarantee results. - acme workers in aa inai pcnaincu, -
date, for county primer. j Rudo, b n,tfie,df Joh Car!f r to llle jnttrcst! of thc church of her aunful souvenir of the occasion
II. G. Coc k has buicht the ... r- .... i xi ei.-t. .. - v. and will remember where they can
and F.dAard M. Shepherd aie the choice. The croom erew to mao-
American Clothing House at but- j incorpo,ton, 0f ,,. Mouii OiF hood in our city and is regarded!
ler and will t.j toseU tie , eoplc up) u, rtcve!opment Company of ; and esteemed by those who know
theie some gvOii cuitiitr. ii.ev win Stoteb
find him a o d a!esni tn and an'
excellent inrichaiit. j
get the best bargains and style iu
The Jamison & Weir millinery
iuiv, vernon cuuntv. capital- nun tet a a young man oi sicrnng
ifil at Si.ooo.ooo. . woitii. rood morals atut a risini? !
ft., v..." I., T...'.vaun. businessman the son of our ! I'--niR Tuesday w as an occasion
It you want the best ot f,,r and I Tlul(LNE .pdid'' peaches teen-vd fcilow townsman, Mr. he cmcmbe,ed by those
cyclone instance, iu the most leli- Tucstla.. BnJ ,heir hasty disappear-' K. Royce and Ins estimable wife. T""1 " e d,P,aJ .f1
. !.-.. r.. Just after the etiemonv the stuest 1 lif-a,lt a' an.t connets, no-
T,t-; did quality and excellent fbnor. If ! wc.c iavited to a luncheon in lhe ; ns, and ev erj thing else that seems
'u... : .....i .1.... ',,;,. r..om Wth ..h! u i attractive to gent.emen when
' T C ,S U .1" It I RC 1L1 tl I . .v. ........... .......
able comt'ar.ie. don't fail to call
OH Geo. P. Huckebv at IHt
Dt. Olrvtn i Burrows are mak- i peaches, it is more peaches,
ing special pi.es on their svorkforj Mr )anic, f.esap bioeht to
the neit thirty days. If you need j )K Xkiiii.nk olKce Mtm.
anything in the line of teeth. fill. ngs, j pU o( pe,dlft ,ni, ,he U((,t 4V.
or any kind of dental woik, oil on hl.,..r..;n nl,nv i i .
taste was simply splendid, iu fact,
we dou'i believe any Letter peaches
i adoring the lovely form of women.
f PERSONA KS.
J. T. Weather makes an ex
Dr. L. L. Ames went tj Wich
ita this r.:rni:!.
Robert Pear-)", trake an ex
ce.'lent presiding o nicer.
Jim Gee rttjtrje.l fro.n Caia
rsdo Suni.iy ni'.-.t l is:..
Elmer Va'S leuin'.d last Sun-
loaded with the be-t the maikeis at-
foid and decorated in the well ! victor can .ed aw ay a lovely
known taste of Mrs. Winchcll and i t,0l,Vf "lr as a
constant reminder of
the ladies i.i waiting.
! where to gel the late styles in mil-
them. They are pood wotknicn
and understand their business.
R. A. Jurd & Co., have two
The presents wcie elegant and'as ''"eiy.
imrneious as elegant, and consisted ;
of cut glass. Mlscrware. and other! M.t SelttetH" lMcuie.
items useful and oi nanieiital to nu- Yourself, your family and your
' isieious to mention specifically. I friends are cordially invited to at-
Col. S. W. Dooley was eti our
Rev. W. T. Pyles is atten b ig
district conference at Carteryille.
Mis Dakotah White returned
Monday from a visit with rtlatives
in Vale, Kansas.
W. II. Blankenbeker and wife! VtRt
J I i... . . . tlr.-r It,.'
iclu ucu ia i.irr il r .nrmp r-t - -
- - r p. - J
Postmaster Jol.son of Keavley
was in toe city Tuesday on a busi
Edwin Fulton, special aer.t cf
the Springfield Insurance Co., was io M ni" ce'ebtated p ;e:n was
r uc.tc.-i I. x g:jne to
K:k.is Civ to v'.t'.. en the Jftir.
il. .. Suodetwirth .tr.J j. W.
B.rcsr i- i'un-uilc. w ere ia
the c::y Monday.
W. l. Wi'.t.im's recitation of
in our city Saturday.
-Mrs. N. W. Paiiticch
f par excellent z:i-A s:npre.sise.
left! Mis. J. G
Tuesday for Lawton, Okla.. whetejMiss
ar!.tni anJ niece,
McKer.r.e, left far
her husband is now located Cbict -o t .'.-v ! v-:: rebt-e
Will Weeks, son of C tj.j Geo. P. Huckeby tt The Tm- '
Weeks, will attend the state ouUf hak wiA le o-.e f i ti-e sreakes at
versity at Columbia, this winter. hie Old Sends Picric, tkt. St!-..
nut st.eet, wheiethey wilUl.ow ou i -Kv J. E. Alexander has ,e-! The day was blight and lovely j tend and participate m the Fifth ( -.Mr,. V. T. Duvall returned! -rj.tfr Wan.kv ot In.Iepert.
anything from a bra,, i.e.v h.nue-' lunied from conference and will and ;u1k atu e of tie good foitune Annual Meeting an picnic of the j )es,erday from Eldorado Spnnc. j dercc. i v,si:i-. L chmch here
hold outfit to 'he minutest stove re- ' If ve tor hi new held at Huuccton. t ) "w uie nappy coupie, ioi -wi.i ,-ew.e.s ,ssov,uon UM She wa in attendance t the funet- and
n.W. . ..nil,l .tvlc Puti.iiuic m 'Mo-., the Hrt of next week. happy is the bride that the miii Rate county. Missouri, to be held
all gtade and ot all plites. ! J.J. Hush, of Rotkviiie. was
o., nur n,nM l i rll ' i n 1 1 is ei I y vest er da v looking after
ivcly o r ihe 1'i.iieil States, te'ls'tois,
shuies on." j at tbe city of Pc;!t'. o.i Tuesday,!)
A host of friend escotled the ; October the Sth, 1901.
i ,i .1 'i,. ar.t oihr r m .t ' happy couple tu the depot where ! CVme fails- and biing our bask-
aud na iiavebd extvn- real estate tuisine S ar." oilier mil- ii- '
tliey took trie noon Haiti lor l.xcel-: et well tim M w iui provisions, ami
mui Npnng when- Ml. Royce is ' hive nu old iashivxied Good Time.
us that atiiooc the laiuieis tiieie aie
moie diamonds woin, lait liauk
accounts, and mmc le.ulv ii.oiie) in
tbe westelil J'att rd Vtinnii tounlv,
than in any county he I a- brrn in
Mnko nwhliiilhition M-rf.n t. hi-olili.v
blood, (trui inuwW, tioi. lifivoN.
tnuaged in bnoinr and vsheic ihey
vvill in. ike tl.i it !;itiiie home.
Hindi McDaiorl has irlimu-d
borne nn an t-xiended fur I ntli ftom
tile National SolJieis' 1 1 :ii nr.u
t. av eniv oi ih( Kan.
tieutueoa fftniiol be- fur.il lo ,f ;,,! " 1
m I r.rs conntv .
Ity tn!er of Committee.
Cm. tv F. Roxt.tv, Sec.
al of W. T. Pound, a hrot'ier-m- j J. t .i:;:;ut lb-
aw. i Round i't.i -'u-. w e.
Frank Ralston has retumed! t!.c v. :'.s 1 ;
from hit trip with H. G. Spi nkris j w re.
merry-go-round and has accepted a j C
position with the Cowlet- Vie Kit !-eit J
. a i.l wiie. of
iui Tuevla .
1 Ii K Tlillll SK
ha.! p.ipi i
tij bx'Jil nppllriitloliK ik thi y miiiot
UulekeiiH th.-bruin, mak.-n mid k.--p t-m is me .iiHi.n- .M.oriiou ,,,. .-t,r. f ( ,.io bice to
you well, tin-iit ni.-d.!. In.-. i:,h Uy Then. U i.nly oim vvnv to euro .l.vd ; '
Mountain Tea. S.V. A-kuwilnni- iu-h. and that U by ..iiilinU...iaj . "J fl ' behest
p-nu-illcn. l'iiinrfu l eaiim'it iiv nu ; price i-i Ha le ut caii.
Ii.Miiin d condition of the unirotii tin- . -
J. M. Niiuiiiati
made t!n o.iuc
of New Home, !
fcmheomm; hiihim vt
liiu ofttie Ptistaehlitn Tnlxv
The Ladies Home Journal blevt- ,1Um ,u, u iurt.tultSj j i,.,,,,
land Muffett iit goini to tell f-r the fuinldinji nound or luier(tt t Ix aiitj.
fust time the real slots c-f lia 1). ud w hen It U entirely fI.iH-.l, dval-
: .. . 1 . .1... . ....I .... I ....!.. .. .1... I..
v:..A. v'. vm.-f. Vol lie " " ll" nxviu, uiio mii.-i. i.i.- oi
""""j - -
, .ii i tianu
,r""' ""l h ' ' this tut rt'Ktorvd to It normal eon-
will uiate is the uiger' on n de- .im,,,,, u.nrlt)sr will U d.-Ktroy.-d
sciiplion of how that lauioo by inn, tutvvor; iiino fii out of tvti aiv
I'lie Niu. ty and Nine." came to eaiiwil by eiitarrh, w liieli U ludhbm
bhisi tbue has for sale a bran new
w hell U. I
la unsl. Mai-y Smv e
R. and Mt. W. T. IVe
are entertaining Mr. Pyu-s mother.
a substantial call ; Mm. W. W. Park and Mm Rschet
Park, at their home, the M. E. par.
! sorsare, this week.
m. Haines of Papinss i'..
wa iti the cilv Saturdsv a-.u! made
t a-.ut ks iu r.::i
i -l.ee rr
' s.i s Ci ' V . a: c
! Mr. M
i 1 lirr
loiio- i . v
!mii ! the worst diMea
jet tht raniant to rurf Thi Triii nk peasant iul sub
It. (llatrtiiSe l'doml r.ihu)itntial call. He is one tf Pates
1 dm I ).-. fritiita t ..... .i .
tm t lif r.k Iu. ukvm. iune
be w ritien
Wm S. barp'erwas a pleasant
caller at this office this morning.
iVIonejl Money! Monej!
We have $ioo,txo to loan on hir, fre
firm property. Piowcll & Cook,'
Rich Hill, Mo. j
hut an luttnilli-d eonditlou of the
Illlll-OUrt iUl .IC 'rt.
We w 111 jilve one Imiidn d doll. no
for any caae- of iteafne (eatim-d l-y
eutai'lii) that eauiiot W iinsd hy
llall'a Catarrh furs'. Send lor rln ii-
...... ..!,. I
cat ca':i legislet. Oilc of the filli"i; ti.itr. it. Iiin; ckln Une jwttivii.
i!u-ni eh,s ma.-h.ne, made i rheu.nat U.n. eatarrli. eattng. bksb Mrs. J. G. Gciland an 1
hur f,.. t.sH,t.r st.inw ftr.,f,tl KihIssI . t,i. .1 - J.Ka
,lin )1(d vxoiwi m,v mil can oe ooutfru . ,, a,, tlUl(Vr ,, know J .,....
.-).. .1 1 ...r II lilil all Ihli'lYi Pit ri 1 . i . i.t . . I .. .1 ... . '.. 1 ...... i. 1 1 .. .1 '
v . . j . - . is iiiihci iv.u. ui'i ini.-iiiv iiitnm
and see n. It is not a cheap retns. i Italia lit. It. It.) $1. A few Itotlk-a
ter, but would be an oi nament to ! i" ant.v.l t .1 eurv t he w orvt ca.
r- . i i, . Sold at drutf stor. Tnw tine lit sJ
any store. Can Pc t-ouctit on in-... . . ...
. 1 11. It. It. went Iph and ptviwild bv
stalhu. uts if sat.sfactoty secunty is j w rlt Ins t. 1'l.nid IWUm t o.. Atbuita.
-ivin. tots you iiottiir.g loiii.;,ja 1 v rH trsnit.!.-and frw ineilb
ves'iate. lynlndvUi' tvea until eurssl. Il.lt.
j n. thoroughly loMis.t .r Iki yeans.
Mi. Kitlie Cieasry left to day ; I'mw w ben alt els' tnU. It. y, 11.
i: the Mi
V. J. t'tieney . t'.i.. Tolclo, O.
Sold by ilriiiinUt; "'"x"- .
Hall Family Pills aiv the 1 et,(
iter. Mis Madge McKenr:e, ot Col-
lorado Springs, Co!orvlo, ate the
guest ot Dr. and Mr. 11. R. Wu:-;
chell, to b piesent at the wedsbegt ,
of their cousin, Mt Mmme Win-chell.
i Sll J 'Oi
w .s "a t'-.e
i we o.i'.i't he r
j l sut 'he v.i- v.
J. w. i. -
c.u t . t .v I
for Chicauo. vvbue she L'ors to iur , mrtk the l.loo.i pure and rl. ti. UeU
.is foi the stoies of W.
every sore, and htp.t all a. tas aud
tuihiii It H It. l.i.iiritVtw. tlwi ,1!.-.
K. R.'v ce and to tsit her buuber. j tjou
! v ee.t t
For from cn to three jvar. t
goJ fanu property.
II. P. RljlM.I.
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p... -.1 1 - paten:.,
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i i the city v i.sitivg
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