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kicii niLL, iiia.iocni. tiiuiisdat, octobe ,,i&oi.
New Dental Parlors
For Ttitij 03)1 tnlj. BetjMiinf
Octobci 2, Hie giving special prices
on high clas Dental Work.
Best lull set (eelh -5,oo
Golil ciown .... $5.00
Undue woik (per tooth) $4.00
Go'l ti'dingv . 1 1 .00 up
SiKtr tillUiw ,ocis tip
Estry piece of work fully guar
an'ced. Constitution Free.
m. ll D. OLSFM,
Over F. & M. Bank.
i'vi illk iltlUf.Nt.
On I'oiUi Per .'ear.
O.'i j .1 1 lor Siiic i lhi clhe,
5c I 1 1 I uiuiii.
Try Mime of Sally Gibson's pan
c;ikc flour at Hollow ay's.
Fred M)tr repiesetit Knights
ot 1 thids ludiie, No. 69, in the
gia.d ljd;;: at St. Louis this week
The t est .N.tlf.r tlour on the mat
kct ik suM ) Holiuwat.
lKKinmt' 1- ciiticstia will dis-
COUt si: U;eif
th.- i).:J 1
'initiative niuiu at
l.u s i;,i-i tioitiK i t
Hti'.i u a 's.
V. I. M. Ciatk has just Closed 1
u :.:.(, 41 i'.inaina and as a r-. ! deavor Convention of the new cen
,i t .1 i . Lt.ot (jjite a lar;c nu:n- j tu'V be held in Moberly, Mo.,
In i1hmi it,.ned the ihurth.!ct. 24-27. Many prominent
I r..s.. vi H.,tr vriktr W4jpccrs will be there, among
in 1 J t.y a jjiy before Squire Arms jthtm Rev. Francis li. Clark, D.
worthy lat Monday -and a veidict i L-- the founder and world's prcsi-iv.-i,
ajiusi Farktr. An . appeal Mnt of Christian En jeavor. Mr. W
a, at oi:te taken to circuit court. ' 1 Newel!, of Chicago, and Rev.
Mil trial of Alv.h Johnson, whojC- . R. Janvier, a missionary to
killed in his ! India. Rev. W. 11. Chancellor, of
harvest held last summer, is toi""8C,,V. is also on the program.
commence in the Vernon circuit
court at Nevada today.
I I if Hawaiian woman' ehih at " railroa Js.
:!:mi..1iiI.i tfiml.-d tho iuet!on: "In! t)ur neighbors in Nevada are
itlH.tt.r.o tU.. lUy Mountain i, . . time, with ur6l.rs
Tea hut ur t.,,ir l.lth.r wav l ; , 1 ,
mntfi.lil.-N jw..r,.l.-aun-. .Wk four , HnJ ,.,"cCv 1 liC KrnU? ot ,he
,jn, ; 10.1 1 llrt died a hn agent, who
1 he WV.iMit i-ttt ft M. E. l.urth ' cscy lod think has money, but
1 -n.beis Mt;d j'S'torare holding a j they jot nothing. They then trie J
I0'!r i l c( 'tsg'- prajrr meetmgs'a pie::cher that everybody knows
, " .tl) i! 1 Httk p'tfaratory ' never hi any money nnd got atout
1 1 iin .. i 1.. s J it tfav ted 1: '.t- $' .oo. Vhey then isiled a Mr.
! t 11. tl
Ncs of I.'dfltdo
S, i:, . ;-an that Fli Itrown
ng, sj:-d il tt'. fril t't atl vi tbe
tru 1 I ''
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in i .; 1. i.'i.-. i i 01 in. 1 .iii-
;l k, l.iiiiU'l'li a tiardner 111 lvlli
('!, 'ut iJ'n if J.a 'e fa, New
M. . I ihlie v. .is wiukiiig in the
lit iii l.ru Mi.i:e bi out hiiulinj;
sum in h.s iiiteetioii, ine oau stiikinj;
li'in in ilie I 'er p.ut of the back,
I'etu iiati l! e bladder. At lilt
1 1 . . t 1 ii.-i.
ti e in 11 I .i. tl.oucht 1 fatal,
I. ut .it piient willing he is coiiMil
er d rut i f d.iut r.
,eie)J Money! .MouejT
We hi - $t("0,xxj to loan on
f.ilin in ipeity. -Frowvl! & Cook,
Rich 11.11, Mo.
Sauer Kraut 20c. per, galon at
Read Williamson & Montgom
cry's ad and their specials in
paint and lumter.
For bran, shorts and hay go lo
The nobbiest line ol ready made
shirt waist in the city at the Ba
zaar. Be sure and sec them.
We heir that one of our popular
dry goodt clerks will - become a
bentdict ere another week passes.
We now have a complete line of
Club House goods. Try a can,
they nit the best on the, aiaikel.
A. 13. HOLLOWAY.
The Butler High School football
team was defeated by the Nevada
High School team last Saturday by
; a sccre A to o
Make iiKKimilatloii erfect, healthy
blood, linn iimsck-H, Ktroiig nervea.
(JiiickeiiK tin- brain, make nnd keep
yon well. Orvat medicine, Ilocky
.Mountain Tea,. 3.V. Ak your drug
gtst. The school board met Monday
night and tlected Miss Dawson, of
Hume, teacher in our put lie
schools to sneered Miss Eva San
Little licit i. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J s Juiinson, while
pia)in last Saturday, fell from a
tree dislocating both her ankle
and kt.ec joints. Medical aid was
summoned and she ii now getting
along nicely and w:ll soon be able
to attend school again.
Those who heard Dr. Martin,
who will lecture for the I. O. O, F.
lodge on the 25, know he can
make one laugh as well as cry in
his iccture. It is a real treat to
hear such a man talk. Everobody
who heard him before wiii be there
to bear hint aain if they can get
thMc. Give the old fellow a hear'
lingandyiU will find he is one of
i them. .
oiaic niiinu t,n-
All Chiistian Endeavors that can.
should attend. Half fare rates on
liiowii. but he nnule it so light for
tlient h it l! ey left ithuut anything.
They nevt trie il it on a Mr, Lcons.
I ui he w j so qiiiik fr them that
lir mil the wholr set. Then
tl 1:) towk .1 t;tiuv to Mr. Ingram's
hivv, J. ut !,r cne near spoiling
I. v ' ' :ii :"n. tl'.ev let! without SO
1:1 ,c 1, i - 1 - I v M'Ui 'ea e.
I iit iuvsh ('.iniiut bi iHir.-d
iy 1... ..1 n 1 1 t i . i iuim iim they cannot
n i li t In- i t ;i d purtliiii tif the ear.
I -ic is uiily inn' way to eniv deaf
i , i-.-. .in. I 1l1.1t U l.v eoiiAtltiltlonal
reiiif -Vui I fc.iitiic lx eaiimil ly an
Infl'ii.iiil ei.iidi:ln!i nf tth- niueoua lin
ianltiie r.i:t;u lil.iil Tutu'. When
tl.U t':U in liitliiiiu yi'ii have a
rutul.hii niiiiu.l or !i:i;T(,i t hearing.
iii.i1 v tu ts it U i-niMTly eloxeil, deaf
l.eori I t!u result, nnd iiuIi'nn the (i).
PHHmtl-.il can U- taken nut nnd,
t'.iin tulx' reHtii'iI to tts imriiial con
dition, lii'.ii'.nc will 1m diwtroved
fn. v,.r; uni. ut of ten are
eaiiKed tie catarrh, wliteh U nothing
l'iil an Inlla 1 condition of tlie
iihu'oiih Hiirfae .
We will ulve one Imndnsl dollar
for any caw of di-afncHN (caumd by
eniiiiili) tltnt eantiot U enretl by
liall 8 Catarrh Cure. Slid for f
l.u h. fi
I. Cheney Jt Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by ilruulxt: 7.'n'.
HtiUV l'uuiily I'iliHurv thelel.
; A OltANl) BUCUKS3.
Center Stone ol Court Hou
' Lt14 YTtth I ui posts ft- lr
F.Y TlX MASONIC FRATtKMIV.
Every Lodsr la tin County W
The weather the past few days
had been anything but favorable for
out door ceremonies, but ntwith
standing the heavy rain on Wednes
day evening and a slight shower
Thursday morning, the ceremony
of laying the corner stone of the
court bouse was a complete success.
There was a large attendance of
members of the order, every lodge
in the county being represented by'
from six to twenty members, while
those from Dutler lodge, and vict
ors, must have approached eighty
or more In addition to these there
were many citizens who came toJ
witness the ceremony who were not
members of the fraternity. . .
Grand Master Campbell Wells
arrived the night previous, and
Grand Junior Warden Dr. W. F.
Kubn. of Kansas City, accompani
ed by Fast Grand Master R. F.
Stevenson," of the same place, ar
rived at noon Thursday
o'clock p. m. the members of the
order met at the lodge roam on
North Main street and at a, the pro
cession marched around the square,
entering the court yard from the
east side, preceeded by an escort of
Knights Templar in full costume.
Arriving at the north-east corner
of the court house, a special male
quartette, under direction of Mr. A.
L. Fox sang an opening ode, and
Fir tnUn IT VC'.II.r .t v.u...
. ' .
...... . .
Matter wells then announced the
purpose of tbe gathering and direct
ed the several grand officers t ap
civ their imnlementi la ihe itonr
r . I
was consecrated cy pouting upon it
corn, w ine and oil, typical ot the
corn ot nourishment, the wine of
refreshment and the oil of jay.
These stations were iilled by the
following grand lode officers:
F. J. Tygard, Deputy Grand
R. F. Stevenson, Grand S. W.
W. F. Kuhn, Grand S, W.
The Grand Master then in a abort
address pronounced the work we!
and satisfactorily done, at bt same
time handing the worVlPj tools to
the Grand Architect, R. N. Wheel
er, the gentlemanly superintetident
for the contractors, Bartlett &
Dr. W, F. Kubn, of Kansas
City, was then introduced by tbe
Grand Master as the orator of the
occasion and for about half an hour
he held tbe closest attention of the
tast audience, ilis address was
both interesting and instructive, hi
subject being the Square, Level,
and Flumb, teaching virtue, equali
ty and rectitude of conduct. After
the addles Dr. Miller pronounced
the benediction after which the pro
vcssion was re-formed and marched
back to the lodge room, where the
Grand Lodge of tbe State of Mis
souri was closed.
Tbe lodge at Rich Hilt arrived
at 1 o'clock, as a lodge. Rockville,
Fapinsville, Adrian, Foster and
Johnstow n were all represented, the
latter having twenty members in at
tendance, while the others bad, fnt
eight to twelve, occasion in tbe
past has brought together as many
members of the order in Date
county as did the corner stone cere
monies on Thursday last. It was a
complete success from cvtry point
of view, and passed off to the satis
faction of all concerned. Rate!
Count v Record.
atoaey ts Ixsam
For from one to three years, on
goad farm property.
II. F. Roaissox.
n M. Ilftk-a, the early M-t-
tlrrot Klfh iril!. at hi hop
hit outb o tw city. Ot-t. it. Had
hf! tired to Oct. li b would hre
w1.Jow aB,i iwn ,kiHMi,nw:
on, A. il. UaW. tr hU flrnt wUc,
swj hU otiirr dwtkW, llm M'.lit
Bate, ol hU M-oeJ svlf'.
Everybody ksrv ad everytKHly
llkod Iten 1SaI. H wm kind
hunhfind, anlndul-ntf?vt!wr, afnJtli
tul frk-nd sad s rood cftltca. Hi
funeral was preached at the Preohy
terUa eharch bi" Uer. W. B. i1s.ua
rrllor from wbtch plnre the tody wm
followed to It a lairt resting place by
a l&rg eonconrw? of f-Vnda and
DelKhtiora and the Woodmen of the,1
Werid deposited hla IkmIv ia tbe(
jrrara In Urrenlawn eenwtery after
tfcc beauttful euatom of that order of
which dewvaed ww a imrnlier.
HU mcmbrmhlp In thla order shows ;
that while he provided well for tii
Urolly In hU life time he did wbat h
eonld to prot"t thowe Wt twhind
wheo be should jro beoce.
MIm Anna Grttntti. daughter of
Mr. and lira. J ao. Griffith, and Mr.
Clyde Kpenoer, on of Mr. and Mm.
O. Ppeneer, wre quietly married laat
Wednesday even) n jr. The . young
couple, accompanied by Mum Nellie
.encer. ltr of the groom, and
MIm Mary Urltnth, aUter of the
bride, wrndrd their way to Ilev. W.
; B. fbantfllor'a study, where the eer-
lemony waa performed. Both of
tnee young people are well known
and popular In our dry, and though
thla waa somewhat of a surprine to
thetr ftienda ail Join The TRiurNK In
extending eonxratalatlom and beft
Lassie Cb Ilea.
A very qalet w edding took plaee
at tlse home of Mr. and Mm. t'ari
(lench Tuday evening.
The contracting parties were Mbw
I "earl Lane, sister of Mra. (JeiMh.and
Mr. Edwin Chile, of Morn llton. Mo.
The, eeeemony waa perforrnd at
ale oVtoek by W. T. PyW, fit
the M. K. church. Tbe newly mar
ried couple took tlx north bound
train for tt. Laula. Tliey will make
their home In Morrellton, Mo.
A lire In Judge Templetona l.rtek
building on South Sixth Street Mou-
j day night reonlted In muth danagv
j to tle building which w an covered
1 hy Insurance and the distinction and
damage of a large part of the tock
ol hay, impllment, harnware and
mnculnvry owened by Mr. KowkT.
The prompt action of the fire detri
ment and good preiwurv of water at
the time eared the building and con
tenta from complete dlatmctiun, . We
understand Mr. Fowler Carrt-d noln
urenee. Tlie ortetn of tbe fire lit not
llr. Isunkeraon. well known phy
tdctan ot Kpragur, met with a dl
trewlng accident lout .Saturday
morning on tbeMWourt Far I tic rail
road Juat out thla aide of tbe smelter
nnd Just at what hi mi rand how It
happened to not known. Hta toot
waa mAld oft Jut atniut tlie In
step and the 6ch mashed of! tbe
tmite nearly to the knee and oiue
other alight brulara about tbe bend
aitd body He waa not .Uncovered
until alxint 5 o'clock in the momlns
when Ida rrtm for Ix-lp atlrrie-l
I'eteraud John Stem pk, who w-rv
on tlsrlr way to work at tbe anseiu r.
Uke Khv1 aAtnarttaba IIstNV men
did what they rould to rl,i.-4e kt
dlxtmia, called help a,id phy Ik la n
and ruaile bu A unbrtalle a
PmkII,.. U waa rrmovTil to hie
kt-iu at Spragueand Unatd to W
doing tvt w ell aa could U exiecttd.
HU k- w aa taken off just Iwiow the
kiH-e by lr. lKlainater, Hukett and
Csirea 11 1 ol Poison Tread meet
BUmmI poloou bttlM w irt dVnnsw
uii rarth yet tlte eaUt ll cure
w hen B. B. Ik ( mvUW BKmmI lUlial
1 la Ued. M&Ujr has-e plilipkw, sinsta
o.t) ;U xktu. ukvm, tnucoti patcliiK,
falling hair, Itching kkln txuse ilum
rlH'umatlKitt, catarrh, eating, bleed-
lug.' filtering aorsis. nful;s, eal
and aealea, ramvr and dou't know
Ia lJlotxl fHUaoa. tn't ivolMUtc 1'Io-kI
rwuiu 1 1. .v. 11. 1 i. .v lew imii'$
guarautenl to cure tlie s urnt V4s-r.
Sidd at drug at ore. Tis.sisMeul J
IV. Ik B. aeat frt wud jiniiald by
writing tvl-Kal halsntv. Atlanta,
krll tmulik and fre iihslt
aalailvkv tven uutll cured. It. U,
B, thoroughly tested l.r ."a ti rx.
Cure w U. n all -le tIU. ll. Il, tk
luakratlse blood jmrv and rk U,
every 01. and atop all acheaau.)
jftalna. B. It, It. IniprosoH tl dl--tton.
.! ..ft Aft . . ft ...
J mi hi" 4
Is the Most
Greater in Icavenmg strengtri, a jpoon.
ful raises more dough, or goes furtlier.
Working uniformlj and pcrfectljr, it
makes the bread and cake always light
and beautiful, and there is never a waste
of good flour, sugar, butter and eggf.
While it actually costs less to make a
batch of biscuit with the Price Baking
Powder than with the so-called cheap
powders, there is the additional advan
tage of better and more healthful food.
Pmce Bmok3 Posl(i Cc,
Col. L. Cuibenson ws on our
Tbos. McCo:rb M.utci Mc-n-day
on a trip ta the Texs oil ;e!ds.
Uncle John Sanaersa w tnt to
Kansas City Mjnd iy o;.' a visit toi
relatives. . -
Miss Susoiont Robinson and
Miss Daisy li t!l sitited inerul in
Butler over Sunday.
Mesdaraes L. 11. aij J. W.
Milnor, of Artliur, wtre in town
Mrs. Shcraran R!iy and chil
dren returned Monday t:otn a visit
to Kansas City relatives.
Rev. C. S. G. Frowel!,' who
bas been atteniii;-g c-ufcrence cl
tbe C B. church, returned l o.r.e
lieu Waircu u.v our. fioat
Girard Sunday viit;r; ( is parecu,
Mr. and Mis. J J. Wari.r.- tW
course Ben aitcu.;.! .i.tiuh, ,
Nfr. Kitt e (,Vcav ' a.."-! M.v
Madge McKi'inie relnr-.-.r-l ( -.i
ClicJv Sondav wi-icie t'lev i.xl
been a visit, c tcNtlvrs.
Mr, H. G. Spraktr and vw
ae .l Clinton with Mi. praker
w bo is taking 11 '.:? !! -.. ftti-
val there with hi mam-nct.i rt.crrv -
E. L. I'l.Mtuii, frvti 1 jr:'Ai!'.l
ton, Camdert county, ih.-vped in on
old fiwn.ts Sa'urli , ilerrtcd
Manday for Sheld. '1. i e S r will
probably ped the w t::ter loking
after stock which thr .trv wetther
ir Camden b. i in I ;fn t brioj
to a mere f vo .1 r fi 1 i;f the
Mrs. J. Flrube.
ItjMtS. F. Scott r ;.;- i' n Sit.
urday Snd spent Surdv wish Vr
anu Airs, --cure ct i:, UfM'w,
1 ... ..r-ft..i t ' 1 .
and oa Sunday Ju-.!--- S--th bin
self came do-i ( 31! vt -it to
church C" wh'-;- the
women lo!'. got .'.nt
give tht ju.e goo.J
which "Gale" a!av
you can tiuaine the re;
lUe.n t-trii 1-iir
Uo'tey n-fviu.!-l ,i it ever (
.Vuti-AUtt urviluiA uii I k-ver.
r r - 2 avxlS
W &J Kit, i iJk St A
iSOTE. AJsxa powders should sot be
reed, no maner bow cbeap they are.
1 ney mduce dtspenaia, IrrcT -'"T
ard kiaey trouUc
Robt. Johnson and wife spent'
nday in ecr city.
j Jos. W. Graves was on ar
, streets Saturday.
; 11 r-i,.:.. . ,
I lltUl J VWftl.ftWB W9 UU
. Ft. Smith, Ark., cn a visit.
M, D. Robinson, of Rockville,
Mo spent Sunday in our city.
Wolvertoo Jt Joaes are sport
ing a newly painted delivery wagon
' J. W. Duncan and wife went
to. Adrian Wednesday to visit a few
Mrs. Kitty Creasy returned
losn bet Chicago trip Siturday
Frank Jaynes came down (root
Kansas City Saturday and spent
Sunday with bis family.
W. F- Tygud is visiting in Ohio
and also attending the Pan-American
Evpos itioa ia ButUlo.
W. II. Fisher tad wife drove
to thetr farm in Kansas Wedaes
day. They will return Friday.
Miss EUa Robinson, who ha
been visiting telativrrf ia La
Cygnea, Kan., returned horns
Miss Clara Coulter and mother,
cf Hume were the guest ot Dr. G.
N. Sharp and family the early part
of the week. '
Wm. Stanley and wife and 11.
C. White and daughter came down
ttocu Butler Sunday to attend tbe
itinera! ot Ben Bales.
E. I Elliott, brother ot our
townsman 11. t". Elliott, left (or
his home in Oelwien, )owa WeJ-
lle has been vssiting his
1 brother and familvfcr aorue tim.
D. W. fohflsoo, wife aud
daughter. Mis Cassie, starred fr
tbeir new hame in California last
Thursday. They expected to spend
a week w Wellington, Kansas, witi.
their son before going to the weu.
Mis. W. G. WUks, who ha
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 11. Fhilhrick, for some time
past, returned to her home in Neo
sho Sunday night accompaoied by
hr husband, who came up Satui
day on a short sisit-
Wm HeJJca, ailias Gbe, ol
the Rich Hill Review na, was iis
Jthecilr to enjoy old aettler day.
vaoe ss atngnt. it bas a kMim
for riddmg tn couiury ( Etiglwh
Spaiiosss this wiuter . He want t
"piaea' theru. lliis is anarchy.
Jatoes M, Cbastieo, an old
time lesideui of Rwb lliil, now a
resident of Cberryvale. Kaa., 1 its
the city on a visit ta Iriead ao4
itlatises. He is looking wed aad
j 1 piospctiug. Govxlluck ! ii!k
ruin vbhetevet be is.