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Quite a number o( the Mrwons at.
tended the laying of the corner tom
f the court hor.ne nt ltntlcr "last
A. M. Itrownleo linn traded Ids
hnrdwnrcntid furultuw at or In thta
city for nontv? Innd near Walker, Mo.
l)k ltobtnmm innde hla arml
ntontlil.v trip to Ulch Ulit Inst Fun
day. Henry I'lmlipp vltdted friends at
V. J. Kunderwlrth vhdtod hla
brother, J. W. In Tftliervllle; this
A Ktvut ninny from here, attended
the hoixe hIiow at Kchcll Oty Uat,
Mlaa Hrownlee. of Appleton City,
was the guext of N. A. Kltchle and
family Monday nnd Ttioaday.
Mr. Ashhy, a former cltlaen of thfa
placc nnd nt one time owner and
proprietor of the Commercial Hotel,
died tn Ivimnr last week and the re
maln were brought here for burial
Tuesday. Hl family have tbe ayni
iwithy of the entire commutlty.
DorrT Be Fooledi
"i"7''v . Tail t mIm, srtfterf
grand roM elocution contest In con
nectton. Four of the ecntwitanta
nrpfroin Tralrlo City and Kockrll'e.
ir. gitnderwlrth and wife, and A. i.
Hunderwirth and wife returned from
their vhdttn northern Mltwofirt Ut
The I'ralrlo Oty cemoUry commit
tee met Saturday night to elect of
fleer and make arrnnjp'inenta to
plot the cemetery.
MtM Mopha Kemper In reported
W, M. Ibirmnawaa In our city Sun .
I. A. Uvon and wife attended
church In Ht hell City Sunday.
Art Iaou left for Colorado a few
days air to look at the country
w ith a view of locating.
MWsea Maude and Blanche John
ston were In Kk-h II 111 Saturday.
Stelner, our cider man, made over
2,000 gaJlona of cider one day lnat
Henrv Flahcr. of KockTlJle, waa
vWtlnj tn our city Sunday.
ftOCKV KOUBTAI TXa
i 1 ja 1 rtmm .. hmi mm, Wk. N
rmm .. a. . a, wi. H
tnrt r wm. sh tna
Here we are again after a weeVe
Wedding liella have bwn ringing
merrily In our neighborhood. Mlaa
Fox to Mr. Stench, of Rich I till, and
MiMA Minnie Schafter to a young
man from Appleton City.
The V. C T. J. of Batea county
are going to hold their convention
la Adrian thla wwli. TherewtUbea
Mra. Masifle reel returned from
her vUlt to relatives at Belleville,
Mr. Wear and wife are enjoying a
vlwlt from their aon and wife.
And now tta Charlie Tourtelotte'a
turn to wear that paternal emlle.
He la papu of a fine boy who put In
an appearance Saturday laat.
Mtaa LIHIe Beeae ia at home once
more. Ker mother, Mra. Dave Reeae
ia preparing to take a trip to the"
Indian Ter., and no doubt will be on
her wayliefore thla U In print.
Iter. Andrew IV'flaon and John
Ray will attend the conference nt
Montroae thU week.
Some one ought to aek J. C. Urlgga
how high a fence chould te built
that a young tuula cannot Jump over
It. He'll mire tell von.
We got a glliniwe of tlnln' at But
)'-r. Tlmrndiiy, and Mt a llttlfi.-HH r
w'iieti we nw noiiu'lxnl.v lMldea
our1veii Imd Ixvn tllHuppolntcd
over tha picnic.
Mm, Myrtl.t Mtmler cntertiilnrd
Jake Kngleman nnd wife and Cnrloa
WheatU-y and wife Sunday.
Bete Slvila nnd fnmtly have moved
on to .ludg1' Mnrch'H place.
Judge March nnd wife. Mra. lirna
AlliHon anil nm. BoblnNon were
caller In Rich Hill Monday.
We live by jour blood, and on
it We thrive or starve, as
our blood is rich or poor.
There is nothing else to live
on or by.
When strength is full and
spirits high, we are bcinj; re
freshed, bone muscle and braini,
in body and mind, with ecu
tinual flow of rich blood.
This is health.
When weak, in low spirits,
no cheer, no spring, when rest
is not rest and sleep is not
sleep, we arc starved ; our blood
is poor; there is little nutri
ment in it.
Back of the blood, is food,
to keep the blood rich. When
it fails, take Scott's Emulsion
of Cod Liver Oil. It sets the
whole body going again man
woman and child.
limn brr ant trird II. apnrl for fm sample.
lit agreeable 14? will nurprwe jroa.
SCOTT ft BOW N E, Chemist
5 rturl st reel, Tr York
yuo and i.ao; a. I druggi-
HOW HELPLESS HrS31KS3
HATE BECOSE HELFFTX
? 'VavanU rreactrfptioa' mhi tw el
GcltM'Mtdkal XXaexmry' At wa
w4 ul go ( mt bed aaA wu abkt
o u ar wiitii avrc more."
Dactof ricrca'a Pavavita rmcriptia
iakf titi vtfMi UoBg ad tick
worn welt It nubluhca regvlarity,
rW Ua dMiaa wfcic wcakea
. kaala iaftuaautjoat aad aleentioa aad
carta Irmaim trktHM. Wi Ukea u
fpam ni D rvrHtur.FC 9
nu ii via L.ivin i vja.o,
Never does a tnaa U a k!!aa m "lrrmiy 11 Ptrjotei
when he looks upon the ruflariu of tk y a4 caccrfnlaeta of
-ife he love and kaoara tkat A t
uwerle to prevent K. Aad waam, aa
la often the caae, he ha Mhast4 ry
tneanB at hit dicpoasl ia tfc vla 0art
to restore hit wife to fcaalth, fcU injait
almost equali her auHfaTinr . Tkera aa
bnsbandi who have pa awl tfcroog k tkia
experience and hav fad a way t k
helpfal to their wivea ehtt ykyiUaa
had absolutely failed ta care, a4 ban
slaeaa tvfMahiaf aad when the
hoar af ark) eon to H saaksa Uic bahy'a
adveat WsctWSj It U tha
best Um tat aarauir aaotkera, promote
at tha lew at Ua aatfitlvc secretioaa
igaa ta appetite, ia
tha saattar atreagth ta give
TT , till X i CZJ "v
v. I' til
area powerless ta help ths saSsrer.
Oae such husbaad thas relates kls ex
" I Uke pleasura ia writing yea ta let
you know about your ' Psvanls Preacrip.
tiei,' - says Mr. H. E. Frkke, of rstei.
burg, Menard Co., Ilia., Baa "Mr
wife had beea sick nearly nil her lile, i
and after trying eTerrthinr I eevla thlah
of 1 tnsde up my rolad to try Parents oSeea t "fiaa aiedical adrfca "
-recnr,tion. 1 seat ta Chicssa aad get thee wha haetag neilhvr m
six botiles, which tay wife toe, a table, tniaina nee caperies are i
poou.'nl three time a dsy, aatU ta
lby tame. Sb felt tetter eitcr Ukiag
tbe first bottle, aad wises heby wa bam
be weighed a in sad a half paaaAs.
To-dtjr be U six months aid aad weira
twent74tro pound. He is as goad a
child a any on could wish. Tb cotter
says he is ss hesltby as say baby c!a
be, sad also tbe doctor say rear 'rsvee.
ite Prescriptioa ' was tha csua ml sack a
healthy baby. Z felt I owed yea this
much fur tbe good yoa did say wtf aal
tot my own happiness."
HIS BSTTEK M4tr."
Tbe reference to the wife aa the
better half is anede soanetlxee halt
humor oualy. But ia his heart arery
tnaa feels that the old pates eayesases
a fact. Whea tb wife is akk tb what
fabric of horn totter t its fell. Whea
tb wif is confined ta her bed tb has-
band leads a half life, a life frota which
the tunahiu aad Uugbter bare beea
takes sway. It is aot ta be wondered
at therefore, that husbaad es
gratitude for the cure which
vac of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrlpti
What a change from a sickly bed-itddea
wile, helpless and miserable, ta wife
who is oae bkw able t "gai4 the
. -My ertfe was sUk for arcr aight
yaar," writ Albert H. FaJta. Esq.. of
. imi, uraaav io..
l.Teaa. "She had nteriaa
a disease rm& was treated by
twa pkyeieiaas aad got no
V cos of year Memorandum
Kaeka which yaw sent me
J akowt Dr. Fierce 'a eocd
eiae. aad wa decided te
J ry his Paeeett rrcacrip-
w.',I sent to Ua drug
ar sad got an bottle
aad the first doe rare
ease and aUep. She bad
svet slept any far three
Bights. Beiag aura that
t weald car her I seat
. far Sv twri bottle, and
' wfcea aha had taken the
eta battle sbe wa sound
J or rcaTbKiT y
WaaisB) w4e are sufler
lag froaa diseases of long
atsadiag are laeited ta coa
aalt Dr. rica. hr letter
fr4. All eatter are pri-
astsly read aad privstely
answered, aiad the written
eoaldeaea el waeaes) at a treated with
tha asm strict prefeaeUcial prieacy oh-
ecmej oy ui. jierca la a resaai coasai
Utiea with wees. a at tha Iaeshds'
Ketel aad Sargical lasthtaU, Baflslo,
v. Asarees Dr. V. rverce, gal,
falo, N. Y.
. Thie ae 4 Ire ceaewlU gtoa by letter
M a ta be aias a wtlk tbe sonriaus
ag nor aaperlewc i are auedicsllT
aad legally saeaaUaed b t ri the ad-
Tka they offer. AJUaerB if tabes snore
thaa a di&leeaa ta taak m goad physi.
ciea yet ha saeaieal dis seats U eiwi-
tial a wttaeaasg t prat letataawl study
asa uatatag. it u wsll ise waaaea ta
aasatiaa lata after of tree taedicsl
navies, aad ta ascertain whether tha
aSer is sasda by Use eel upsteat p'
feriaa21y aad legally to nee saeovcal
adrtea. Aay aw ra e4 er aaedkul
adric" bat each adrie tm ea one wke
U aet asedicaUy adacated a ad qualified
w mmif wertaiee aat Oat igereas.
Ia a litll orer thirty yean tr. pierce,
chtcf ceaselUag abyaUieai I a the lara
bd Hotel aad SsreicsJ la. titnte, Buf
falo. N. V., assisted by his sU M of e early
a ecere of abyeisiaas, ba I rested aad
cared haadreda af thotwaad S ot week
aad sick woauea. Wnte thet afore with
oat tee a without fear to Dr. IL V.
Pierce, luffs!, W. V.
Tha aflert of seas dealers to sell a
pree their f1'hi1,HU '"'yTU " M
ittllav the " t& ia da to the tact thai
eeerlptiea, lam aHrnV P"l"M pa ya htthj
bed-itddea Profit- lasist aa haviag t a asadi.
ciae eklck Buses week weeaa a sUona
aad sick waatea walL
R. B. White circulated in Rich
I ill, Saturday. Hume Telephone.
Mrs. Mattie Myers left Satur
day for a visit with relatives at
Rich Hill. Appleton City Tri
I'rof. Hess ws visitiner his o!d
friend. Prof. Barret. Superintend
ent of the Rich Ihtl schools, Satur
day. Hume Telephone.
Miss Nannie Huckeby, ol
Rich Hill, daughter of Hon. Geo.
P. Huckeby, of the Rich Hill Tri
bune, is visiting Rev. and Mrs.
W. C. Coleman. Warrensburg
V. A. Harvey, of Rich Hill,
was up to spend tlie day with the
old settlers, one of whom he is.
le gave us a pleasant visit, as he
always does. ' He is a mighty
good man. Republican Press.
Rich Hill lodge made a credita
ble showing on Thursday as thev
msrehed frm the depot some twen
y-five or thirty in line. Tbetr pres
ence added materially to the impies-
ivcncbss of the occasion. Record.
David I. Van Matre, of the llol-
den Globe, tells his patrons that
after his last issue the patent in
side of his paper will be discon
tinued and it will appear all borne
print. -VVarrensburg Standard-
Col. N. A. Wade has been re
appointed coal oil inspector of
Bates county by Gov. Dockrry.
This may have n connection with
the following from Ttiundy' Dai
ly Democrat: "lwooflhe g'tnJ
est men in the state are Dockrii
and DeArmond." Record.
Hon. (J. P. Huckeby, of the.
Rich Hill Tribune, was up to see
the old settlers and called. He is
one of the brainiest Republicans
in this section, andean always he
relied upon to fight the erie-iiy.
He gave us a fraternal call "to are
how we looked as a Republican "
WIhtcmk. .Inliti Ferry innl June
I'rrr.v. lil m Ifc, liy 1 liclr ci'i'tnln ihi'd
of tniNt, ihitcil tin' I'M 1 1 day nt July,
lvc,), nml iTcnnlcil In the MTonlcr's
ntllro nf lt.'iltn Ciiniity, MlKiiirl, In
liook Mt, nt pn'i 4.".!i,cniivi',vi,il tu W,
T. Mnrwh, n trimtcc. tin' following
ilcHcrllinl ri'iil cwtJitc Mttmtctl In tlio
Cuiiuty of I'.iitcw, Ntitto of MlMHoitri,
ti-wlt: I,o(m fli'Vi-ti (11) nnd twelve
V2), In lilm k the (:,), In tln Kit h
Hill Town t'iiiiiinny' first Addition
to the town, now illy, of HUli Hilt,
which Kiild t on vi' j n lire ivhm Hindi to
iMfiin1 tin piiyiiiciit of tlio w'vcrnl
HIIIIIH Ot IIIOIK'.V Illl'llliolU'.l. nml N
provldi'd in ;i cert nln promlnory note
or olilltfJttioii in w i ll inn, in wild ihi'il
of triiHt Hct forth nnd dcwrllHil.
Ami wlit'iviiK, default hux lx-eti
made in the piiynient of the an Id wv
ernl annm of money monthly nnd
when due; nnd of nnon nhwhwiI on
account thereof nu provided In anld
proniUoiy note or olillgntitm In
writin.tr; nnd mieli di'tauit hn coiv
tinned for more than nix luonttiH,
And the monthly payment now dtie
tliereon iiiv in cxoen of nil monthly
pnynientw llienin provided for the
period of kix inoiitliH.
And wheivn-, W. T. Il.iMi. tmptev
nforvsald. rt -fine's to net its Kiich In
the forevlon'irv of sadl ihfd of"trmt,
in which i.n in ii d ivl if trut pro
vide tiint "ui'0:i lie n fu.il of nald
trtlHtiM' to Ai t, the then HiMlng Kheriff
of ItnteH t'oin:t y. Mlourl, nt thert
ijllcMt of. the holder of said note'
may pr'e d to sell t ho projHTty in
Mild de'd of trust dew-rllicd.
Now, theri'foiv. nt the ri'iiiiewt of
the l.'Kal holder of mid proinlMory
note or olliitio!i in writing; and In
mrorditnee '. iili the tcrma of anid
dK"d if triiHt, notice i hereliy jrlven
tlmt I, the titid -riuned tnintco n
nfoii'faid. will, on Tu-'sd.-iy, the 5th
dav of Novetni vr. 1." 1, lietwivn the
hours of i. in.; o'clock in the forenoon
ami five o'clock in the afternoon, at
the front d"or of the Rich Hill hank.
in the city i f 1:;.-!; Hi!!, P.n ten Coun
ty, Mi.-Koui-i. priwird to sell the ald
above descriled real c-tate, oY ao
much thereof nx may Ih' l)cverinry,
at puMic vendue to the hiulicat lad
der for cai-li. for the purpose of aat-
lafrlne aalJ debt ao wcimvl nnd the
conts nnd cxiH'nsex of executli.,; anld
J ok T. Smith.
Sheriff of f.ntea founty. netinjr
Are You Looking For
New and Stylish Waists.
Wo havo just received the latest,
Waist Patterns with Applique Band,
trimming to match.
Now shades of waist Broadcloth
and French Flannel.
Latest Styles in Stripes. &
All tho lato colors ana designs in
Kara Flannel. Bo sure and see those be
fore you buy.
W. K. ROYCE.
The Store that sells good goods and never mi-represent.
First Presbyterlaa Church
There will be preaching at this
church next Sabbath. It a. m.
and o p. m.
Sabbath School, 9;45 m'
Junior Endeavor, 2 : to p. m.
Senior Endeavor, 7:00 p. m
W. B. Chancellor,
Walnut Htreet M. E. Church
There will be preaching at the
Walnut Streef M. E. Church t.ext
Sunday at 11 a. m. and at S p
Sunday School at 9:45 m. m.
Epworth League at 7p. m.
W. T. Pylis. Pastor.
that his son, uL In
ed as so dmer
Fotit's oy:ei c n kt oi ca'.up st
Frank Tedfonl's frauds m tins
community vull be clad to !earn
1 1 n it pc rt
ii I at his
new home in LmuIoii, t)'.- , is fast
recoyenng a.nl i- om f dn.;cr.
Mrs. O. 1," A.uMin cam J.
from llt.tier S-U-irilin ai d was the
guest of Mrs. J-uii Mi Ki! ln
Mother's Worm Srup
fiet worm inedlclne. t'hildivn
jike It ao well they cut it on bread.
We, the jury, find thai the de
ceased came to lii- death froiu heart
failiiix-. 1 aiiMcd by not taking l'mky
f T . . . . 1... l...ll..n
.11 Oil II ill I II ic.l ti.,.r- '..." i. V
KEAOEILS TV'e hav Just recie.l a Car I .ond of
NO. 1 WHITE OAK.
2x8 and 2x1014 feet lonjr which are suitable for culverts, brides. waleM,
platfcma, etc. We abo carry the Famoun I'.rainl r
- HAMAR PAINT.--
Oils, I5ruliea, ltullding Taper. Sblnxlen. Kjh nml oors and everything
clue In the bulldlnjr line. Cottye and my n. Your 'i'rtilv.
Williamson & Montgomery.
Phone 31. Sootb Side Maple Street, Bctucen 6th. and 7th.
:1V. Ai-U your drtii;-
Mr. an 1 Me, A. 1!. lloiloway
went to rViru.i WVdncs lay to at
tend tii- wc.Mi.!:: of Miss Claudy
liutlcr I.-,! a dou'ole wedding jlW
Tuesday. J- . C!d 10 Miss Louij$
Powell ,iiv J- . s - Warren tu Missjl
Alta Pow.'ik ,yh
Mis- Mu Jackson, of Paf-
insvilie, tame in Wednesday to
mtet b.vr l-iother aa i neite of Kan
sas L'i'.j, who !! x i -i 1 1 tier for a
Att . D. N. liil son was in
the citv I'ni'djy att-nding the
taking of dcp-si:o'a in the Ward-
john-Wi!!i m:s .'. !. ai? Miit at the
Olficc t l Tcinj leto'i C Hales.
The Most Popular
Of The Season.
house" ia kesitb aad hsppiasM.
"ty artis wss smiclsd with atsnaa
trouble for seversl ysrs,B arrllas Hr.
J. ICTlff, of Littls BnUis, Latirsstsr
Co., Fa., "snd ia Nosmbr, 1S9A, ths
sktctur ssid shs had a aiishar. Us
trcstrd her for shout twa ssont&s ar a" lsrg psges sad is ssat fr4 aa rs aipt ol
tut tbcra wss but httls lm4orssssat. t stsaj to psy swpsss 1 al asstllns ' mly.
srrota yoa after shs hsd conmsacsd ta Ssad si ass-cset aUaps for ths feeok
tska 'yvont Prrnptias ' ss4 yoa ia pspstovss, of si sUassa fs tbs
to mcawcs akb wrva .
Ths ht aasdlcsi worh tot tt ia boss
is br. fisrss's Caaaasoa Set t lied
test Adriscr. This srsat work U asU of
hoslih ssd disassa law taa iss f potal
af anrassoa asssa. It coatsia a loot
aiy'aiso. fahs tca.k su stsa Wtlea Were, luffsla, . V.
AddrasaPr. K. V.
The damage suit of W. V..
Vsrdjon, sgaiuM John Ii. Willi. un
for slander, wss called up in romt
Ut r nJay by Mr. J K Ualr, one
ui the attorney lor tbe oVfene, up
on a motion bv iiini tcqunia the
pljitttiff to give a i'ijj 1 nctiie the
costs tn the csmt. I lie cuM uve
plainti.f until Suinidj) tu liic Lo;id
It was not filrd. On M"iu!jy i!ic
attention oi the C't m c.illcd 10
the maltcr uriiin and tile t' li inff
ien suilili noon in file bond ,M
noon the '.ond v not filed mid the
(At was Jiairmud Whin win
(hint alwut brim; i hk aunt ngjin-t
y.'iur neighbor, f awii,ber you uiu-l
gi security far cfik, nnd m
- .- I. .. W I I.,,,.,,
pro VMJ juur,i - " - j
iv te than tw o Itamnnbi r lo
that liiWitfar an inddlinite nnd 1111
know. y amount. It in union at t
New hru'kwheit '.l-mr 5c per
at I lollow.iv '. ,
la Yuir f.lfe '.Vorth J5 OiiIr?
t'oiirtUi.iiit Iri ii, ne kumv that you
have tx-en ilUii'Mi)iiled many tliiu'M,
but make one inure rjfol't to W;
cured. (iiMK'h'M Mi lcait 'rup has
enn-d t hnu.-aiiiU ai.d tt wbt eyre a
y,ni. ('oiiMinijil Ion I tie reNiilt of "if
the food luati rial that nhonld K to
(appoi't tlii- body ' l) nu-talll life I
U'ln iiIi...mIi''1 and thrown off In
tuU'iciii'oai iMMtl-r. To overeoniH
thU iviii.ii ' of a if al force and tvtor
the nonil-li.'i" !i lo the in 1 1 1 i I 1 1 1 ' 11 1
to the . ta It h natural I'ourMC,
In to eni-i'. I'll.' I- ai coiaillnhed by
OoihIi'm M '!i ai.' M nip. It controlM
C01114I1X. lillit SeiU, jdtllntf t
blood, fcoiviiccit lit cli.'Kt, lullaiuid
throat nad bui;',. diltlculty of
breathing, h.-avy m;uU necotnpnnl
ed with ei.vl'ir.itl'i:i. ntid pa rv lied
Hum. We know 1 :ii h.le Ims-ii iIIh-
...... . .
appointed many ti:.ii'.-. but make JJ
one Inure i-iioitt ;o n:ivc JolirKcll.
Yrtii can buv a Untie of tioochV
M.. It'll i Kvrim I, it ".'1 ri'llt.. It I'll ret. ,
kiinple cuiil'Ii if by male, ninl irl
the bei-t reined v for Iniopiii'fCoUKh.
I will buy all kinds of
Grain & Hay
delivered at II nine, spraxne ir lUh
II 111, or any Mat I'm here I can
j net car load JuH.
J. T. RosbrooK.
lleNdiiurcr ut Hume, Mo
No. 501, made of English Mellon m
Cloth. 20 rows of silk Kt.itnhin. r. tt'tr-.i:,
&fjed with silk belt: welded seams: the?!
j(5 latest stvlo of Walking Skirts, hangs j?;
beautifully, and superior fit guaranteed. $
ISIIER & CO.