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RICH HILL, MI880UUI, TIIL'HHIAV, OCTOIILlt 24,1901.
TT Tf 17 a
For Thirty Days Only, Ba ginning
October 2, are giving special prices
on high class Dental Work.
Best full set teeth -5,oo
Go! J crown $5.00
Bridge work (per tooth) $4.00
Gold fi!l:ng. ....fi.oo up
Silver filling . 50CU up
- Every piece of work fully guar
anteed. Consultation FiE3.
: DR. I!. D. OLSEN;
; Over f . & M. Bank.
, Satisfaction Gsarantce'd.
f LOCAL BRIEFS. J
Guns and ammunition at Gench
For Thk Triklse.
v One Dollar Per Year.
'. A fine line of beating stoves at
Gi ikIi Bros.
Old paper for ale at thi cilice,
Jc per bundle.
T ry Mme of Sally Gibson's pan
cake flour at Holloway's.
. The best dollar flour on the mir
kit i s-ld by Halloway.
New iorghum 4,0c. per galon at
V If ou want to pend a pleasant
Evening take the trip around the
wurld with the l'rcib) terian ladie
next Tuesday night.
The Huwallnn womiin'a club nt
llouobiU dflmtd tho qurtloii: "In
Jl Iwtter tn tkt l'.rky Moutln
Tfi hot or coM?" Klther way It
imisiiitlin ynur plonaiire. AU ynr.r
Ue. I.. I. K)le ha been em
i ' . e.l by our Bapt'nt brethren to
k- th.irj;e of their church, and if
tie pieacbrs a well a he look, we
dviethem to keep him.
Uev. Thos. Martin vill give you
Mimrrhing to think, laugh and cry
aiioui tumor row night at the Opera
lluu-e tie's an Odd Fellow and
beloic he's through with his lecture
he'll make you think you are too.
Alvah Johnson, who killed old
nmv. Paxron neor Mcta July 3, was
tii d mid hi cae submitted to the
j.iiy Morula v aftenioon. The jury
I "i t in a indict of guilty of
10 . -, .1 -l.iri m llie tourlh degree
t lth..l ni;wshmeilt at tw (
r ' ,.!o.c.......
1 ..n., -to u that our form. 1
vsnoiiMii, Cl. W . I. Cole-j
inmly a prominent, tili.en '
ip, intcn.b in of our .melter1
1 :! r (:in ot N em'-rr, take
m f II a wife The huppv
. 1 tea Mis Wiol.ip ef
G.i.wia. a lady of wealih
i 1 1 lint utrnl and of one of the
111. In in the State of Georgia.
ili hint well in Ins new in!.
I . I l 1 1 1 u I
J ii i.Mii h. prlnii-r, vl o
k ulir lime g to woik
ipri- i.flii'c, and with
1. uiiipied rooms in the t Mtf
(in S. ixih St., left last
Ka..asciiv. the wile
. , .
.... I - ( I . . 1 A.N.-.. Tallin ..n-
........ IV iuc urt
ai U- to walk in consequence of a
f i'l in which she nustaiited a broken
I. mli some time age. Mr. Crouch
-, d heeu out of woik for some limt)
I ilo' couple urre in eiceedingly
in ',itun!. circumstancr .
Munril Mooeyl Moatjl
We have $100,000 to loan an
fi n property. -Prowell A Cook,
Rich Hill. Mo.
: : u J
For stoves see Gench Bros.
Sauer Kraut JOC. per galoa at
Pest stove for the least money "at
For bran, short ami hay go to
Mrs. D I Ifli tzrt!, of the East
Side, is seriously ill.
An infant son. of J. C. Rick
died at Panama Tuesday. ,
Mr. Fd. Murphy, of. the South
Side, i reported to be quite tick.
Maj. Itradiey slipped four car
load of cattle to Kansas City last
The. doctors have had to take
Dr. Dunkrson's leg off above the
Mi Hattie Graham is able to be
out driving, to tb- great delight of
III! f 1 1 -.-. . ".
L mm ,ff so 1 ti viull hi taken
uno liiui-elt n new 'wife and gone
to the far wtt.
Ibc Latter Day Saint are paint
ing and repairing their church in the
east p.vt of town.
The nobbiest line of ready mad?
shirt waists in the city at the Ba
zaar. Be sure and see them.
We now have a complete line of
jClub House goods. -Try a can,
tbey are the best on the market.
A. B. Hollow ay.'
MiiUi axHiiniluMon perfect, healthy
blood, firm tnuselen, strong nervea.
Qulekeim the brain, make and keopa
you welL jrrvt . jnodlelne, Rocky
Mountain Te w Ujc. Ak your drujr-
Wo'verton & Jane have a new
line nf tinware, also a complete line
of coa hod and ttove pipe. Call
and see them. ' ' Jt
Mrs. A. E. VanVoorhi will
leate the iat of :be week for Yates
Centre, Kan., I j visit her son, C.
E. VanVoorhi. She Will also
vi-it in Osnwatomie and Paola.
The little friends of Mollie Aich
cle (uqtiised that little miss at her
home on Tuesday evening by hap
pening in on her all at once. A de
lightful tune was enjoyed by all.
Mildrtd Snider, the little daugh
ter of Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Snider,
while pbi) ing with some neighbor
children Sunday afternoon, was
bitten by a' dog of the neighbors
that was pUying with the children,
and was quite severely hurt.
The Kev.Francis F. Clark, D.D.,
president of the World' Chrittian
Endeavor Society, has written for
T he Ladies' Home Journal a strong
article on the question: "Why
Should a Young Man Support the
Church?" Doctor Clark's recent
(rip around the world gave him op
portunities for studying thi subject
111 many pnase which do
in this country.
First I'reftb) terlau Oburch
Tbe Piel terian church is under
oing it paiis and nxf Sunday the
undav s.hoid will be held in Har-
j kin's lull at the iiMial hour, 9:45 in
the mourn'! J.ouor C!. F. at i:to
at rh home of Mr. Geo. Logan,
I Senior C. K. at the home of tne
president, Mis Ague f a addle
Ivachif mrniij; at Geo. A.
Rbottr', Wrdned.iv at 7:3'p- m.
Pr.i 1 r meetioi? at the following
) r TJ,r,,isv at 7 : V p. m. s At
I the honir r l W.ti. Brasley, Willi
, Cial'ii and Geo. L. Lgat.
i . ..
. 4fi Vhu1 be ure
by liM-nl n)UcHilotu k they lutaiot
rt'iu h tin- diM'niv'il porttoii of tlteinr.
Tln iv only uu to eur dfnb
ik, und tlmt 1-. by ninstlliitloiml
t'iuitili". IhwifiiekMtU ertiiwil by an
Inltuuii'il 1 ..mlill nof the inueoUM 111)
tuuofllu- Puatiiehlurt 'TaU. When
thU tuU i liitlauu'd you hnvr a
rumbling iouvl or tunnTfivt benrlnj;.
nnM is hru It U einlrs-ly cloaetl, dent'
lies l the r-ult, ti ml unions the In
fl'""l"n ' "'ken out and
t!il tulie nutorvd to ita normal eou
, .liit.au. hwrliiR will Vh- dtroyed
j tlltvvt.r; ,iltl0 iHm.. ut of len nrv
emimd by entiurh. whieb U nothlnt;
but an liiil;iui(i eonditloii rf tbt
l-tna a.urfo.. "
vf willKlvr' on liiitnlml dollar
iforttny iw of tlnfuea (cauavt! by
letitnrrlil that caunot lx eun-d by
i Hull's t ntarrli t'urv. Si-iul for flrru
' lar, fn-e.
y. J. t In it-y if Co., Toledo, O
' Sold by ilruvWtn; T.V.
1 Hall's Fuinlly Plila art Um I rau
Dr. J. A. Bryant died nt Li- i. -me
just south of Carbon Ct-ritrr, lat
Sunday morning, at the age of 73
year, and ha resided in this na
tion of the tate for mote titan 30
v.iti IT had !.nn mlosr br
some time, and died of heart !i- ; C I..
eate. He leave a wile soi-l ! I'm we-t of city
number of children, all grown Aa-,.iS F. K ..
we knew Dr. Bryant he w n r. rm.11 . .s,.,,: Least 0 cit)
of positive character, with a kiml'v!. jjari
genial nature, goou cuuuiwn ""
well informed upon all ul jettv i
He wa buried in the beautiful j
Balltown cemetery Monday.
Mrs. Grant Stine, siMe.-in law -j It was decided to charge an ad
Jo Mrs. Chas. T. VanP.enihu-eii, j minion fee of 10c and give each
died Monday morning at the latter-j ptr,ol, admitted a ticket, which
home in this city Mis Stme hd!ti(.kv, ui:b 15c additional will en
been ailing for some tme trom a ! i,n.r , .,..,
, . , 1 .1 ; title tlie holder to upucr
general debilitv anil yet her ilcalu !
was unexpected Deceased lived, jiickerldge-TbompMD.
near Reynard. Her funcial io k j
place Tuesda at Frairie Cit where ; A tew evenings ago, Mr. Bert
she was buried. She lett two clul- ; BUckeridy:e. one of the popular
dren, a bov and a girl. jc'.erk in the popular store of W. H.
Samuel Stalcup, a brother to ! Fi-htT & Co., of thi city, quietly
Chas. Stalcup ot Panama, who w took himself out of the city toward
killed in a railway wreck some two j,0,JIU i!t lhe o(jt.n me,;opoj; cf
week or more ago, was brought j . , , ,.
. the t.!e and there toott unto him-
nere lor Duriai 1 uesuay aiiernoou. 1
The funeral was preached at the 111 P"on of Miss
Christian Church by Rev. R. U.; Caroline Thompson. The matri
Coffey and the body was buried in j nnia! ceremony took place at the
Green Lawn cemetery. ! residence of the bride's parent,
j Sa:uri!jy afternoon, Octocer J5, and
ina Missouri uairy .neeiiiiK
The 12th annual convention of
the Missouri State Dairy As-odd-j
tion, which will be held ut Palmy-!
ra. Mo., November 7-9, promi-csj
to be very important occaMon,
and will be very largely attended Viy I The newly wedded couple ar
dairymen from all parts of Mis-' rivcJ in Rich Hill and are domiciled
souri and from other statf s. The ; at she home of the groom' parents,
railroads have made a 1 1 -3 open ; Mr. and Mrs. IC E. Buckendge,
rate for the round trip from ail j where they are at home to their
points in Missouri to Palmyra, and j friends. May happiness and mar
ine Dudley Hotel will make a spec-j I'ieJ bbss be theirs,
ial rate to all attending the con-i
Cash premiums amounting
$joo, three gold medals and asil -
ver cup win re awaroeu on i-unn ( Mlssour, y. C. T. U., met in the
and cheese shown; also premiums j Christian church, Adrian, Mo.,
for papers on feeding, exhibits of!(). I? anj ,sj ,0K Mrs
silage, etc., will t e ottered. I leie
will be an amaninsr array of
miums offered for local cunpcti'
tion, including a 515 Jersey bjil'er
There will be large
A strong program of P 'po "d ;
addresses has been prepared, and ,l(jc ev, f aUlacIlve n.erry-go round,
the eminent speakers selected " i Mrs. ll we spoke to a crowded
addre the convention will cowr', Wednesday and Thursdav
the dairy held in an inteicsting no
For program giving full partial- ;
ars a to premiums, rules, etc.. ao-iM)
dress, Lkvi CuVHtutk, i-e;.
Chemical Bldg,, St. Loui-, Mo. 1 loVrl. IUUS;Ci aaj iast tut not
' kat, the white ribbon orchestra
!o( L.ixar. The medal was award
O, A. II led Miss My Harper of Adrian.
" ! This convention was said bv
UnnBupperaud band t't,HC'r(
Thursday, November - 1 .
At the last meeting of ( ieiur.il
Canbr Post No. 10. G. A
Dept. of Misouri, lit id at Po-t
headquarters, it was decided to have
bean supper on the evening oi
Thursday, Nov. 2t, at llaikms'
Hall. To carry out tills intension
the following committees hoc up-
Committee on Anat-nimi
Brornel Cooper, J. W. Snider, M..ul
V nl'romonsilor I, A. IJ. lleiuie1
son and S. I). Cole.
On hall, lights and co,.i ti. T
Huckeby, A. pDiitius and W. .
On tables, cook s.ove and lii.M-
W. A. Harvey, G. P.limkrb) and
M. VonFt'bnoiisdot (.
On dishes G. W. Newton, J.
M. Urus and M. YanFrdivunMloif.
On entertainment nud iiuimv G
P. Huckeby, S P. Me ai d M
Soliciting committee jin.i.'.j met
ch:itil M. VonFrdm indoit, S.
t'ole and Wm. Cooper.
On soliciting A. Poubu, Mi
and Mr. W.J Lawvo.i, Mi
Mrs. A. it. Hendeivon, G. W.
Newton, Mr. Coopei, Mr. a:id
Mtt. J. M- Gross, J. W. Snidei.
Mrs. Houghton, Jettie Crow, Mi,
John Farrer, Fred Cane and M,
On table Mesdames C.l. Win
Money to l.nan
For from one to tbiee e!, in;
good farm property.
il. P. KonlNM'S.
clt i, I.iwion, Circle, Houghton,
Sto icbraker, Kuhn, Gross, Misses
WUcbtil, Huckeby, Houghton,
I'trr r, Circle, Henderson, Killing
cr, 1'yerley ami Vor.ErdmaEsdorf.
1 1 coffee Mt. Crow and Mr.
C). Circle and
On publication Geo. P. Huck-
t,v and B. Cooper.
'e'-'f-l by only relative and
itnas. ftie officistir.g cler
gy ir.au was Rev. E. B. Surfu;, of
Seda!.?, and the ring service was
W C. T. U. Convention.
The seventh annual conventian
cf ,he twenty-second district of
Caiiie 1 1. Howe was present dur-
ii! the en ire convention.
Convention proper opened oa
1 imrsdav niornincshowinsr a num-
(,tr 0j enthusiastic delegates pres
et;!. Notwithstanding a revival ser
vice was in rrocress in town and
,Il:g.ls l rijay niht a gold medal
ironust was bld which was an en-
Ule MlcCfSS )rom ,he speakers who
,,ol,lv ac(!l,lUej themselves to
ill)e Adrian choir who rendered
! many to have been the best ever
1 1 I I in the twenty second district.
j Tlie temperance work is fast ad-
. . 1 1 1 1 1 . :
1 vanLir:. 1 lie cry 01 naiu limes IS
I not it it I tins organization as cur
jtinancial condition is much better,
land our spiritual condition was
also benefitted. U e telt that God
Mas with us during the entire con
vention, and especially did we
teaiie llisdivir.a presence when
litrtii il to the earnest rraver
I these loyal white nbbooers, and
the eitcoutagetng words from
- ir present at is ev ot the churches.
i The Adrian p cpie deserve much
re. lit (or the manner in which the
! 1 0.11 ei.t ion was catt rtained. The
' 1 1 1 v 1 14 is, thr business men, thi
: pi bite si ! oiUs and the cnurcbes
j a-. I,ow their 1. early co-operation.
w ll.i-.L lh,.u ail I r ircnif.
1 l,v iheir' enconrae in
ttt .,, ; l ro.n'
him as tium.
t'ure Hlooil t'olson - Trrat nie-ut
I Utl.e Wi.rnt dla!
loii liiitti vet tin- -aiMt to eurv; Pr. P.uiTp-er. 1' t!w Nev.id.i
I when Pi. It. It. iPntauk-Pd.MHl Pvahui 'initartum. with I it. w if- rarif u;
' U tiM-il. M.iny l.Mve dmp.. Hta! I uelrty aiu! erv nwt t-y tie it.
.011 tin 'vWln, Hl.vm, nun ou patelasa. rsUla-r. lsir; an 1 went veer t
I f.iir.ns l.'itr. Iti I11114 Wlu Ihm ialnn. Papttivtlk to vt-.it th.irnrvn?..
j 1 !i. uiii.it !m, eatarrb. eating, l.ikiM! Waliai M.wn-, our.i;-t .'U1
I tin;. fe-'.i'iiii Kim-i, MTofula. M-alMi'Vn ilov, ! Puta-r, t;i.:i.' '..wa
' a!'d ' a !, raiuvr and d.in't know It
. i t,.tol Mu..n. Uet l.otautc IvHMMt.aunt Mrv. , T. luvu!t ai-l -ti-r
j li.ilui t U. P. It. I 1. A few iHittWj relative, rvtnnita Suud. i.l;M.
' piUMilnHlinuiiv the w..rt jWUH, A. i;ro t, !. Uu,h
'Si.l.lat dru Mon-n. Trsatment 4 .-.v. rvturtl Sur.d.tv r,i., h,.
j H. It. P. s-nt inv and prvpabl by
j nt!. to IU.hmI PhI:.H. o.. Atlanta.
i l"'M ,M,U""-""""""'-",
1 eat nt bv j;vti until cutv.1. 11. i.
j u, nt-,i.aly t. -bMl for year.
i ( u;i 1. w b n n'. el f;:U. It. It, Jt.
iii 1 in- 1 ;i.. i nrv tin.i ru n. la itis
fii'ty Mire, and itoi all arh. a and
It. It. 11. Imprvjvea tb digi-a-i
t J I
Each time the United States Government
has officially tested the baking powders
the report has shown Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder to be of superlative
leavening strength, free from alum, abso
lutely pure and wholesome.
This is gratifying, for Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder is depended upon by mil
lions of people to raise their daily bread.
Pa ice Baking Powdcs Co.
J J. T. Weather went to KaoJ
f PERSONALS. iintrj-e-tertayborfoPM.
t4rtttrttt j H. P. Kobinaon aivi wife axe rU-
; itln Walker for a few days.
Ed Orr drank Eldorado Sprlcsri.! PiKkeride aved wile ieft
water Sundnr. Shift u!bt to viit their daubter ait
Poatal Ork V-rt Vartin
to tlic wools" viKterda v.
-Herman Ixm I. ,i to K-.vri..
on a buoitMfut trip M.tii'l-ty.
-4h-o. K Ixisan of Nevada lnlt
Sunday with bis family in
1 lint i Hug, of the ! ! .'iKauton ,
EnteriiriHe, wfu In tbeit.v Monday.
W. II. KL-her mud-a Lumihi.
triji to .iringfielJ tli e.iriy part of
Ir. t)l.'Kin. of the- New Kr.t.l
Parlors, U traiiMtctin buviue- in
C. IJ. ltarnett eamv bottw Sun b-iy
for a brief viit and attedf I ehyrx-h
with liia furuily.
MIhm IWsi:e Chevertoii
home Sunday from u viit to fri--t.5
at Appleton City.
Joe Palbird. from M'!itan:i. U
in the elty vifitlii; hU br.'t!s r. Ira
and liiv. and other n l.ttive.
Frpd Wartvn. w ifc ui',! mii ritv
lilthfelty tor a lew l;o' viit to
Frwl'a rvnt. J. J. ;-irnii 111. d
Mr. J. Q. Kanu w a e:il-l to
CtM'rolov. Kan., .Sunday by ilie rt k
w nf her tnol her.
Ir. W. II. fle!nrj' i ituc
111 pan-at i Jud;."v mi l Mr. 11,!-
niun at Knnial"Uy tlii.i i L.
YV. 1. l"Jf.ier. i.iu" 'I cur .. uUir
mervhanta, went aoutli ti tv r;in
train Moiubiy to the cotiutr .
Mrs. 11. . Spmker ami to r -.:.
lieorg and lin'j.ti, e .: li'iu nio-
day night frtnu we-k' v. mi to
Mr. and Mr. VV. K. Il-'jiv w.i.i to
t-xoritor iwiu-s xi.ns !. i- ivi
prvm'nt svltli tin-tr ifii. V, . It y-.-.
a ho !m quite fl.i.
John Pird, imy, .i b
way liorue tr.tu a iit t. h! btit!-
U-r Ir. lirl In .(.:, 1 !'. i.-il
w.niuii.. .h .i ".:....
' Saturday and llnt Suii l.iv v i:li lii
j MtrW!nUtV , Kr.us., ,.(
KnIphti( ,4 n, s. Ill(ii,.
Mr. Prow n, w ho ba t
1 t V OiU
lu li'.ittoU, caim" with h'.:,i.
Mla NiiruiH HueWvl x. i f tl.e Ti'i
lt"E. arrivrtt bom Mou.t.y l.m .1
IsoMA'V'i Xtr.it to tl.f tai.;.ty
Kv. W, P, CoU'tnau at Warrx-.i-.burr.
Mix SU rs'irt hai. bad
apk-Uvlkl Xlrvll aud a OAd t;IU-.-.
till .. t i V.
Nott. The? Cww.B!t cosines aso
developed tbe tact that there are rrxzy
rr.ixTu.T- uri the nsarltet rsade a ena-t-itioa
U bikxjf powder, bet cxmuiaEs;
skm or oiaer caustac aii, iCK tat St
lood is &aOZTX3,
! Sji! in. Il'lnolii.
M: Pert Pritehr4. of Tmz
T3I""- 'rtd for Motrty. M.
w lre fcise attend. th Cbriatlaa ata-
Uristian FndeaTor Societr of thU
K.-v. W. B. Chanevilor left T
da v for Jefferon tlty to attend th
Syno.1 of th Pnnbrterian ekarch;
Jro:.-i tberv fci icv to Mofierly to tha
stte ChrUtbin Etdaror t'oarea.
tion jo on? of tlie delatea from the
Pn- by terian C. V- of thia rity.
Mr. Ma? HotcbkuM and hrr
daughter aladg wilt kav for tlselr
bom-la Colorado Saturday barinff
i pj'ui ijui.r a iiC44iui iiiur f wiiiu
eOilll'j, , , , ., i, r-
i !. II siiw tlw weld Ins f br roMla
Mi-j Mitinte W lcclh-ll and Mr. C A.
-Mr. Thalia C.isrUnd murafd
from a visit to lier brother Mr. IV.
H'im rvi-H and otrVr relatlria aat
frK ndn at tliicajto. iat Saturday.
,iud after j-udiriif a week brr with
her jmrs-nt. Ir. and Mrs. II. R.
Wbu lii !1. witl depart for tar horn
in orient. V4.. Saturday w'tU hr
John Schmidt, who ht; so lonj
iii'.d a vilion a m'o.mjh iu th
ioic of I.otb liio, v. uariic4
etiJay to Mi Mary Connelly,
t! e accomplished daughter o( Mr.
Humphrey Connelly, by tha full
and beautiful rites of the Catl.olic
vbuicli. Ke. Father Scanlan o!Ji-
c.atea in bi bet style and pro
nounced ;pon the bappv couple the
I leif.g of i!ie mother cVmrch. We
M l.ia tnl km a;ia a r
I U aA.-int aurjirin-party laat IXday
evetdtij!. l a nutntuT of ker younj
trin.. The ewuiujc waa apoat ta
t i.iit iiu l iuuiU. Ifrrakiuate of
t v i-ream, caWe acd fraira rr srv
tst. Tlf k- pmKt wer Mmn
Peart Joliaun-a.Ktb WUHauia, Luta
l.ti.Hl, A mi l Kr kTr, Ansa
i:i i!. l.ixi t'i'wau. llyrtia lleek.
i tl.it Klik. lalUs Wright. Lotu
I Ati'us Pettua, Mtlt lAa.
Irs Kbiinpp, I.'mma tanll. Lita
and M irk- la!-, and Mfwar. tlwaa
Miteth-Il. lUrry Hlttea, W l!!lt Kijitrt,
Jji. i;tli, P.rbet bererton. Arthur
til. lertoli. J. VI;ioliett. I has. Lit-Urv-r.
Paul SUM, Ilalpb Puueaa.
t It m. l.oati, and Jo Kixleir,
PlU-tue fur rt:.
l..iirV -tuude! if it ever f.iU.
.a:i cure etitii aad lvr.