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BICII UILL, MISSOTJttl. TIIUJtSDAT, OCTOUKIt 10,1001.
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;Fcr THrtjf Dajt Cr.!j. Beginning
October a, are giving special price
ort high class Dental Work.
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Ilcst full set teeth -l5o
' Gold crown $5-60
JUrulge work (per tooth) $4.00
Gold filling. f 1.00 op
'.Sirrt-f ilOiK'S-- -J-50ct up
Every piece 0 work fully guar
m iinteed.. . . ... . .,
t ' . . ' Consultation fni,"
i DR. I!. D. OLSEN,
V'',J"- - Manager.
Ovcr f;SH. Bank.
-V Satisfaction Caaranteei.
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jGJd papers for rale at this ofTice,
'5c per bundle.
John Drodie has gone on a visit
to' St Louis relatives and friend
:. atch our wagons oatiy and see
I '?why vou can getfrsh good from
..-js.- A. H. Holloway.
( Cnarlcs' Taylor find wife ha e
; gone to St Louia t visit the expo
.sition Sa that city,
. Watkij Fifty white coal
i miners.' Steady work. Call or sd-
dierOhipmn Coal Co., 'Fuller,
t K rrw'airr o his
flinie lit- ,trteEM Side reeently
,purcjsed from Mr. D. W. John-
M Susie Creap baa gone
. . Wyoming to teach thi winter She
. i a good teacher and wilt make her
1 business a success
',. Wood crcoal will be taken on
sub'scriptipn at this office. So
' cTon't (ail lo call and settle because
yoii have no money.
A li-gc croyvd of Rich Hill peo
, pie went to Duller this morning this
mnrnin? and on the noon train to
aMend ,rhe Comer toe la)ing of
. lite newcoOii bouse there toJay.
,tl ynu want the bent of fire and
; I'tyc'one inurance, in the most reli
ab!.c companies, tlon't fail to call
rn Geo, J. !Ktckebv at The Tki
"VN' .?nice . "
. The Glofce-Demcrat is gTeat
iwwpaprr. Expert Moai slid not
know what be was sent to Missouri
rrrn New Votk for until he saw it
H the Gltibe-Democral.
Maki'M ufcxIiulUtliUi irfyt. Jwlthy
l.looj, firm mum-leu. strung iwrrr,
ki'tix tin" brfiln, make and kerpa
"on will. (Innt mNlohK, Rutkjr
Mtintuli Tcm. T', Ak your druK-
. St Icuis I:iipfition, one and
i:-tlirJ fare- round trip; tickets
pa t.aU- Srpt. 1 o-1 a-1 9-36 and
V ttj-S-jo; rooJ to return five
SyfiUom date cf sale, via Mo.
The lirpuhticans elected their en
iie city ticket at Indianapoli Tue
?4V -v pluralities ranging from 1000
lo t 1 r 1 rrf. U. ti.a (t.l
" ti e Iemoerats for the past six year)
ii'W nearly bankrupt for want!
f nn'li lKceecinely Democratic. '
, The Knights of Tythias held
me'ilorial'metting TursJay evening
, athvbich sp'eecbea, commemoration
. 1 tit lite and untimely death of
. lYt -Mehi MtKinley, were made by
Kui's'J'nie A. Drown, II. SL
, Stryker, '. It. Williams and oth-
j. ' Mftiiej! Moue-yl Moa)I
have $ino,oo) to loan en
ssrnj property. Prowe'l- & Cook,
Full Cream, Drick and Swiss
cheese at Holbway'i.
t Mr. II. r, James returned yes
terday from a visit to Duller rela
Plain sour and sweet, mixed
lour ao4 sweet and dill pickles at
Irs Smalley is in Kansas City
this week visiting ber granddaugh
ter Mr Harley McCatty
Take yoor' produce to Hooll
way't aad get the' highest market
price ia tra5e or cash. . ,
Mrs ' W T Mudd was' called to
Westviile, I T, the firol of the week
on account of the serious illncsa of
her daughter.Mrs Albert LaFollette
Mrs, Joe Cowen and children
went to Wellsville and other points
in Kansas this morning for a six
week's visit to relative
The State Christian Endeaver
Convention meets in Moberly Oct
24-27 This to be one of the best
meeting ever held in the state Re
duced ratea on all railroads
Persons from the eastern part
of this State report the drouth as
having been far more severe there
than here, and no rains yet to re
leave the distress.
When ia need of a new set of
dishes go to Holloway, he carries
the best line io town.
O. G. Stansberry, formerly of
Rich Hill, charged with helping to
swindle Representative Davis,' of
Bourbon Co., Kansas, out of $5,
006, and who escaped recently from
the sheriff of that county, has been
recaptured at Vebb City.
Rev. U. Clark, the new paster
for the. M. E. church, ' South, ar
rived from Windsor and has taken
up his residence in the church par
sonage on Maple Street. lie will
officiate regularly in bit church on
Mrs. S. L. Ames tells us that
ber immense stock of millinery
goods are going fast, but new
goods are coming in jnd tbey will
supply their friends and custo
mers with the very best and latest
ia the millinery lioe.
Tlx Hnwaltdn womnn'a rluli at
llonololt oVliatf-d tin- qurvtlon: "la
It better to take MH'ky Mountain
Tew hot or eold?" Klthi-r wny It
mAjrnlrlr your plefwiurr. Aak your
Wm McCants. one of the first
among our acquaintance after com
ing to aliksouri, died at bis home in
Duller, Tuesday morning, after a
long and serious spell of sickness.
A we kaew him he was an honest
clever good hearted man, whole
souled and generous, possibly to a
Rev. Father Scanlan returned
last week from his isit to the old
country, where he spent several
weeks. A large number of hi
friend and members of hi church
gave him a very pleasant reception
in the way of f surprise Monday
evening. The time w.t pjtrd in
ocial con ersalion and niuic. Re
freshments were served and those
present will not soon forget the
pleasant time they enjoyed.
De&rneea Cannot b i'iirel
by ol application n they ennnot
rvurli the dlnenm-il portion of thttar.
Ther l only on wny to rurv denf
iir, and thM la by cotiMltutlonn)
n-inftillo. iVAhicoMta cnnm-d tiy an
Inflitinnl eonilttlonot the muroua lln
lnit tt the Kuatachlaii Tube. lu n
thi tutx In tnrtfttuMl you hftv n
runihllnx nound or linin-rf--t hcartiiK.
and when It U entln-ly elomt. di nf
tnm U th rult, and nnltM the tn
namntton enn te taken out and
thta tule reatonM tt) tt noruml con
dition, hnrlnK will W dttroyed
fonvr; nine rnm-a iut of ten are
cAuml by rarrrh, which la nothing
but an Inflamed condition of the
W will nlve on Iinihlrv4 dollars
for any enm of ilrnfn.-wi tcmnH-vl by
ratarrh) that rannot le cired by
Haifa Catarrh Cure. Send for elrru
Y. J. Cheney A Co., ToUkJo, O.
Sold by drturslata; 7.V.
Haifa Kanili.T CI 11 are the t et.
Edward I lei ore, late of this
city, where he wsssolong employ
ed by the Sanderson VVilaon
Company as undertaker for that
firm, died at Palmyra, Mo., Mon
day, October, 7. He left thi city
some months ago on account of
poor health, hoping by a rest to
recuperate, but it was too late.
He was a good man and an excel
lent citizen. He left surviving a
wife and three children, but. with
the usual foresight of a good hus
band and loving father he hid pro
vided as best he could for their
needs after his departure hence
by providing a J j, 000. 00 policy in
the Knights and Ladies of Honor
and another policy of $3,000.00 in
the Modern Woodmen of America.
He was honorable and upright in
bis dealing and had a host of
friends in this city who sympa
thize with his family in their sad
The .burial of Florence Eva
Sanderson last Saturday from the
home of her mother, Mrs. T. D.
Sanderson, was largely attended.
She was born in this city January
15, 1S81. and was therefore in her
list year of age at the time of her
death. She was a teacher in our
public schools and well belcved by
all ho knew her. She was a
member of the Episcopal church
and her funeral was conducted by
Rev. A. D. Woodruff, former pas
tor of St. Lukes church in this
Mrs. L, Kerns died at her
home in this city last Friday even
ing and was buried Saturday af
ternoon in Green Lawn cemetery.
Rev. W. T. Pyle officiating at the
funeral services which were held
at the home of deceased. She
left surviving her husband Mr. F.
Kerns and three small children.
Had she lived to January 31 next
she would have been 39 years
N. S. G. Prowell, presiding
elder, departed Tuesdar morning
for Spickard, Mo., to attend the
annual conference of the United
Drethren church now in session at
that point. He will be gone over
Have you tried a sack of First
Premium Flour? Its guaranteed
to be second to rone; lor $1 per
sack at Holloway's.
The new court house at Rutler
is assjroicg proportions that be
gin to indicate what the building
will be. We imagine we aaw a
decided change about the whole
structure since the last time we
were there as to manners and
methods of workmen and all oth
ers interested. There seemed to
be mors system, animosity and
push all around the building.
Rockville Star 4 -Rockville car
ried off the honors in fancy work,
through Mr Mary Parker who took
first premium at the stale fair on a
lace bed spread and also at the
county fair at Dutlrr Mr Patker
contemplates taking a prise at the
world' fair to be held at St Louis
Excursion tickets to San Fran
cisco and return $45 round trip;
tickets on sale Sept. 19 to 27, final
return limit Nov. 15, via Mo. Pac.
This office has for sale a bran new
Ideal cash register. One af the
highest class machine made.
Worth 1 1 15, but can be bought
cheaper. If you are interested call
snd see it. It it not a cheap regis
ter, but would be an ornament to
any store. Can be baught on in
stallments if satisfactory security it
given. Coots you nothing to in
vestigate. Money to Ioan
For from one to three year, on
goed farm property,
II. P. Robinson-.
Old Bettlefa lNculc Postponed, j
Ia consefjuer- e cf the threaten
ing weather the Old Settlers Pic
nic that was to have been held at
Butler, Tnesd-y. was postponed
(to Thursday Ort. 17, at same
p!a". The sanie programme will
be carried out tnd a large crowd
of people is expected to be present
on that date.
Mfnaonri Wiu Another Medal.
On October 3, Missouri was
awarded the inal honor of the
gold medal for it exhibit of wool,
with a special award for its mohair
and certificates of honorable men
tion for each of its wool exhibitors
at the Pan-American Expotition at
Buffalo, N. V.
At the meeting of the board of
alderman, Tuesday evening, dram
shop license were granted to Henry
The marshall's report showed
134.50 collected tor the month.
Street commissioner reported $70
poll tax collected for the month.
Police judge reported $27,49
collected as fines.
Fifteen dollars were appropriated
to hire teams to repair bridge on
wall to brick yard
15:1; amounting to over $347
were allowed and warrants ordered,
Hchell City Morse Show.
The Citizens of Scbell City have
arranged to hold a colt and horse
show in lhat city, oa Saturday,
October 12, lyoi.
There will be two classes in the
colt show, with cash premiums of
$5 and $2.50 in c.icti class, with an
entrance fee of 50c. There will
also be prizes for the best matched
driving te3m, single driver, saddler,
bov rider, ladv driver, and stallion
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with five of bis coits, in which the
entrance fee is frte.
The show will be an ail div af-
fair without anv restrictions as to
place of resiJence. 1
A Majrarlnr for College Men
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Universitv. bv Presidtrnt Harper,
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iofthe lmvcrs;Tv ct Lhicaco, is'
the cpeninu article in the College
Man's Number .October 121 of:
The SaturJav Evening Post, cf
Theodore Roosevelt, Harvard
'lo is the title of an ente rtaining
paper on the President's college
life, by his friend, Owen Wiiter.
Other strong features of this num -
u Mu,,t- -si a a .-sue.-
er, Jesse Lynch Williams and
i ihuk ismiis, jn 1 a pac 01 orou
interim to all toll";
j Dr. J. W. Noland La
bs of unusual! p residence in lis-
"lien. 'rnnnliv r.-.nt'- in..l , -.
ey, thinking we
Kev R R Cot
had probably lu-en in ll:e
j Lone Jack, I ronjjnt us a minnie
ball fiom (hat (.innnis bittie
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execution, judk-ini; frm its batter -
Curea Uloot tiloii
l'lood liolhon Is lh" w orst dlwo
on ,.nrli, oK. ,.;;M...t 1.. ,-uw
-ikt tit cure
w li. n 11. 11. 11. (I'.'Uiii.w i.IikkI r. iiin)
In Umi!, Mnny tifvva 4iiiHH. iHita
on tlkkln. itkvrM. imiooi, jttoh.
MUnn lutlr, ttvhins skin tiouv pain.
rhi'Uiuntlsni. et:irrli. omii!. t.ki-st-
nu. f.-oti-rliitf on-i.. m-rolala. -al
niiil m-nk. raiuvr ;ind don t know It
U t-lood i.U..n. W 1'iotaidc r.bHt.1
Italtn til. 1. ID 1. A f. vv l...itl,-
KnarautNNl lo fiin tin' wort caw.
Sold at drnc stunts Trv-attnont l
It. II. 11. wnt !:iv nd i-reiMld tir
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w rttinn to 1'lo.hl I'.niu. Co , AtlAiita.
iltu ViiU troul.loandf!-, n-.!l-
enladvK-f piveu tuit'1 vurs. lv.lt,
It. tlionmjihl.v titi l tor :st year.
Ciinvvhen all vls- t;!iU, It. It, 1' -
make tin IjUxhI itirv and r'.i h. 1hvv!
every aor ami t'sa!l a. (. n,l
l'.ihot. It. It. 11. l:;Mroi- ti.o
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ti 5v -rr:l
Used in Millions of Homes.
40 Years the Standard. A
Pure Cream of Tartar Pow
der. Superior to every other
known. Makes hnest cake
and pastry, light, flaky bis
cuit, delicious griddle cakes
palatable and wholesome.
iCiikoU.v A IjX
j Miss Ida Hines has been
the sick list this,
Mrs ,V- C "shi;! ,5 r-p;
! cJ 1ui'e sick' but ncw
Mrs. . U Biowa is in Kan -
sas City visitirg er s:o. Pct
i Clerk Harry Drowr., this w;tt.
-Miss fleltn Hoi;sh::
:rr m ;
Nevada, visited her parent;,
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and Mrs. . U Ito't.
Elder Keck is reported t
. I""""D8 v" enieriamm-y to;
.the PeoP!c rt ,hc Dsy Siir.ts '
1 rhurch- j
j Mr. Crossman. cf thf v'.si
! n' Iosuranc Compan . i ir
the citV Saturday l.-ckir r ir-.
. v,. irown rn, it.i r v
pensicn inert aed the tt-cu!t:on
liinount. tjeo I . Mtictitt-v M
' the attorney.
t s v n
; mint down in OklahvT-.a.
j t4,es List was i.i the citv o--
j day last week on I.i wa .--; i .'i-
1 (, , l?4lt0n ccurtv h. t: 1!:
. made the Trim
r tan 1 r Jtor.; c
I r... ...it.
1 Lrncst, who has tr;n 1
1 , . ,
! maUrial fever !jv,ii at
1. 1 lo
I Oklahoma, is
r ported tt;:!
Chester RateVen has rt -ttirr
' f mm hia fir wsr u 1 i !'.!
' 1 ie
ccontry, but thinks a ,
rt at t
,l ' rt
up cn eJiia
!J l the ht ls ta i'.-v in !
lorot to take it Jons.
undy night f....i an
visit to Ohio, ihv U i iaki 1
I sition andotl-.er places ci i-.-tr
; y fs F. Stieaior Mi I ,-
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ton mot ber, came w.t.t ( ; ;
Sx,J ,,h ! rr i
family. e know It. ere te
! boys about the j.idrs fii.s
1 re ell pleased,
Iitv 1st Cur die
3U-iey r r,in-!-l .f li , r u,,
Autl Ajjue curv au.! t. , r
Kotju Avi.1 tv '.- j idersmade froea
.5um. TJ-ey lci ie pure poc:rs,
f.nJ rr.-y lx Qjlc, .vt aluei
is a po:-Ti or, i no cr can eat fend
mutJ ui'Ji it ic;ary to beili.
. stives 1:1
- Lee Porter is visiting rel
Ratikin is visiting io
; ;.ra..; j Springs.
T. G. Ward and wife were in
t":e city Tuevjar.
Dar.j-f! Creasap is in the city
icomr.g after business
1 S. J. Huocn his return
i er visit vvlta relatives ia
li Ntnn'e Huckeby, cf the
iTnt'.sf;, is visiting ttiends ia
Ma: -r Praii'.ey was in the city
r ?:nding tj business and
Geo. E. Lein was ia the
c-v.-r fuody, attending church
Mr. Hrraian Schamo has
K3!:r ,.c jjovhS statt of Indiana
4 vislt ,., rc'atuea
l!r. Wm. Kelley, of the Car-
v.V-trr ntii;hlvihood, was
j the s isv vSSer Ja v.
H'e teturnrj yefter-
4 II I j
1 on l-l business
I'.. iv. C-i:ey returned
.! I; ..1 a kucceasfut UvSval
- t l.'. :u- Ja,. k
I. - V n. -r, former Rich
o, 1, aitic ia the
nk :f ibis week.
r. M. I
'.:-f ! I
Vvt vl rear Rockville,
vi.l lis family to this
His!Kie ol outt ni Li
I s".. ..I'll! i;i
U . C liatr.biil his. just re
t.itac J fiom hi trip to the G. A.K,
r'swoaa. 'encampment at Cleve-
;' !iv. and a visii to his
i j nt.vf l.et!i in the good old Stata
?v-f Ot.-.o. He says that country
, I ts I et (i wetter lhaa this has beers
j Nfr. l.oonry,
ti t' Niacat a lust
loss aJjuater cf
t! I I v Mr.
Geo. P. Hack-
f v. was in Lie tiiv M.in.f..- t.
!;,ir: th lo of Mr. Coates, en
:hi bouse ard i'.itn.'ture. The
I '.'- vjt ttsfactcii!v
I t! e It
is much better oJ
itl nse t!,ocht sh was whe.x
Ut hcu: taiiicd.