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New Dental Parlors
A II ;V'V I
' BRIDGE WORK
That 1 Mjpvrlor In maii.v points to
the work of the nverajn .lentlid in
diMie at thin ri!ic. The material
ud t of tin A ik I quality thus en
miring rtrvioith mid durahillty.
All rjH-rntlonn are palnles.
c'oniparlon (( tin prion in in.
Beit'lufl levth l5,oo
Gold clown's r $5.00
Bridge work (per tooth) $5.00
Gold filling. . $1.00 op
Sjlvtr tiiiiugi. -. .... ... -octs up
J Every piece of woik fully guar
anteed. Consultation free.
DR. !!. D. OLStN,
: Over f. & M Bank.
J LOCAL' BIUKFS.
' Gun nuifj aitiinunition t Grncb
Si w cuf are arriving at The
Bizaartverv 'y.- Tli? ihinn is
b. nuuful. ; - '
i VyAitig child of John Meal died
ii' f buried in (Irt i n Lawn
tVnie'er last Saturday.
Krv Tiio. Martin preiched nn
t' (). 1 1 and 1 ff dice seining t the
, . .11' .stin 1 I K. Churcli Sun.
1' -t 10 r.
1 t' r Ciesap. ftom Illinois,
.1 :l t i to Mi. Hanoi Crt sap, was
:: on a to 1; i I'roiher und
t.iii n.jlm last Httk. He
1 .1 I
q p'.c a t.ue looking gentleman and
sow- t!.e Repul lic.m ticket nnd be
lieve"' in pn.giess nnd prosperity.
A tint line ol heating Moles ut
Mi. ami Mn K. V. Austin who
came u to witness the marriage of
ihnr nephew, Mr. i,. A. Ryce to
Mis Minnie Winchcil, some time
n$r nnd to mskc nn extruded visit
tn oilu-r n l.iiivi-s, irtnrnrd t thrir
hotin' in Sf'ith McAU-sU-r, lnd I'y..
N i liins. of the A'thur
iiniM-'r-rd his if,! r:ir'.e'iv nurtihrr
s..., ;.!.,, ,..v til I is In. rd,
. 111 1 1 !
' j w ith money in the tieasurv. At the
, g, I.mK found a 1',,:l..se of the meeting Mr. Frank
...I Ho -lis m f 1 r the
. ' nu j
1 I'.i. 11 Putcliaid, nf Tiiki
I'miu nk, l.o attended the State
i.cttiixui nl tUe C'tnistian iin-
. . .. v.cuu at Mo' i'ilt, ihe past
k. .i- dil V'''e ll"iil tl.e 1'ilsi;
t I. i.,ii-i lan v liurcn ul tln city,
1 . 1 1 ... ti liooie Miuiday noon
i 1 s a p!lilid
, , j i at Ic li.ne
II n . m It. Cook, Secirtary of
" at' . l us laxoieil u with the otii-
1 1 1 tli 11111 it I nf the State ot M iskoui i.
., tt i.i. K eoniai...
, . . ,
I lit nit 11 1. ul Infill lll.tlliin tl II.
..hi. to t erv ti'if. n. We are gUd
1. s,, , ( isouri putdislies such
a hook fil only wish mote of them
v....- n.il.lisht d for the masses of
pi o, le.
lloliejl .'lipurji 'inurj, j
W e have $100,000 to loan on j
tain'i pfopinv t sndd percent.!
. .... . . 1 .
Liit U sV Cook, Rich Hill, Mo.
For tove lee Gench I3ro.
I!tt -stove for the leati money at
Reinemtier u on Moyeij full
line of Bucks and Majestic Johan.
r.e Sl Ron. 3 1 -1 rn
The nobbiest line cf rdy mde
shirt waists in the city it the ba
zaar. Be ture and tee them.
Missouri University won a medal
at the Vn- American Exposition
w ith i!i educational exhibit. M. S.
We have a new, large atock of
hardware, harness, stoves, bug-gies,
etc., to close out at bottom prices.
Johanner 3c Sons.
What more appropriate present
could you select for your friend than
a piece of china. You will find
just what you are looking tor at The
Wolverton & Jones have new
line nf tinware, also a complete line
of coal hods arid stove pipe. Call
and see them. 2t
The law firm of Templeton A
Hales spent considerable time last
week attending to law matters in
Vernon c'neuit court at Nevada.
Mrs. Ames' stock of millinery is
going fast, but she still has a large
ttock and new goods arriving daily.
She will furnish you with anything
you want at reasonable prices.
It seems the slyest one of the
Schley boomers was Bro. Waken
of the Keview. He gave the name
of the president, secretary and treat
urer, but never mentioned that he
himself had the honor of vice presi
dent thrust upon him.
The anarchist who shot and kiRW
President McKinley suffered the
penalty cf his ctime in the Auburn,
N. Y. penitentiary, on the morning
of (Jcu 20. 1 go 1. So dosed lb
last act in this tragedy of the Amer
ican republic. May we never have
Rev. Thos. Martin's lecture on
"Nome People We Meet," was de
livered uader the auspices of the
Odd rcliows order to a good house,
und he kept the audience in good
humor from start to finish. The
mutual part of the entertainment
w Us excellent.
Mr. and Mrs F. W. Benedict
pave their son Frank a party last
Wednesday evening, it being his
. L I I I . 1
1 ji.i nirmuay. a merry crown 01
younjj folk, enjoyed the evenings
amusements. Refreshments were
seived and all departed wishing
Masur Fiank many happy returns
ol the occasion.
C. F. Craig of the I'leatanton
Fntcipnse, who is a candidate lr
county printer just across the border
111 L.inii county, put out a hot num.
her last week. J. Frank Smith,
Laura L. Lowe and C. E. Dallas,
the other candidates, will have to
gel a "hustle on them" if they keep
up with Ciitg.
I he M F. M. Club held theif
nnu'ar meeting Monday night with
in the city present
I4"11 I"" P!:,cc
condition ot the club is excellent,
KaUt.itt announced that dav as hit
I'iiil 1t.1v und ihe whole club ad
jonrned to Chances lestnurant and
t proceeded to fill up on oysters. The
Ihi s eoj'U ed themselves hugely.
lriM na Cwuiiot b Cured
by lul application (tn tliey cnn.Tot
;'' h tl"' dl'a.d portion of the r.
Ttn-iv l nnly 0110 way to cun iluf.
iii'hm, nnd that 1 ly roiiKtltutlouKl
relui'dlea. IS'iifnew la enuwsl !iV an
Inll.iiiH'il eiiiiilitliiiKif I ln miiriiiiB tin
tim ofthc 1'ili-t.ii I1I1111 Till'. When
tliU tnU l lutlnnii'd you h.ive a
' ruiiilillnir Houiiil or liniH-rfivt lieariiiir,
;(,nt w lien It l entln ly elowd, ileaJ.
liii in the rvult, and unit- the ill
i tlalnatlon eau Ik tAkt'U out and
thl-naLvn-tfiixs,! to It- nortiml con
ulltltin, hfiirliiH: will In ilcBtrtivrJ
iioiyver; nino nimn out ot ten are
:cUNM l,v catarrh, w hhh la nothlnjt
I but nn inflamed eonditlou if the
: ' u iurtm ..
We will ntve oiu lnmdrvd dollar
i for any cam of dcafnohM (cn.uwJ tiy
catarrh I that ennnot Ik riirvd by
Mall a t atarrti t urv. Semi ftir rireu
F. J. Cheney A Co., ToUslo, ().
Sold iiy drui:i;l'ti; "V.
Hnll'a Family Plll-ar thelrat.
Alesfvocler lcUton. j
Alexander Esgltton, ott of the
earliest citiseni of Rich Hill and
for whom we wrote up the Eagle
ton House more than twenty years
go, died in this city Monday after
noon from the t fleets of paralysis.
The funeral took place at the Chris
tian Church Tuesday afternoon kt
.30 o'clock and was largely at
tended by friends and neighbors.
Mr.Eagleton was born in the state
of Illinois in the year 182S, and was
in the 73d year ot his life when he
ied. He was married to Miss
'annie IX. Betugueis January 6th
83. Became a member of the
Methodist church in 1858 and lived
consistent Christian life. He re
moved with bis family to the state
of Kansas in 1S67, and from there
removed to Rich Hill in iSSo, and
for a cumber of years was landlord
of the Eagleton House in this city.
About five years ago be suffered
a stroke of paralysis from which be
never recovered, but gradual. grew
more and more feeble until death
ended his suffering Monday after
noon when be was gathered to Lis
He left surviving him, his widow
and four children. One son, fabn
Eagleton, and three daughters, Mrs.
Jos. Peterman, Mrs. Etta French,
and Mrs. Fannie lilchie. Another
pioneer citizen is gone to bis long
home and so one by one we go
Pye Harklaax '
Fye Harkina, brother of Cyrus
larkine of this city. Iroptett dead
at kit store at Panama, Taeaday
afternoon. We talked with him a
few weeks ago, when be was just
starting on a trip to see if it would
benefit bis health any, but be said
be thought his time bad about come
and be liidn t suppose rt would do
bins ay vovtt We tSbegbt his
days were number!, and yet be
couldn t resist Uic joke and tbe
jolly laagh that would coin from
his chcertal svatttrc- Wo don t be
lieve there waa a selfish bone in
Pye Haritas' body. He believed
in justice, bat it must always be
tempered with mercy. He could
be as firm at adamant, yet distress
and poverty melted bis nature to
sympathy, and Pye Harkina would
assist with the tenderness of a wo
man, tbe most obdurate of men.
He waa a good snaav with a heart
full of sympathy and generosity.
Since wntiog the above we learn
that Mr. Harkina was found dead
in his bed in bis reon just off the
store room and had probably died
during the night previous, of heart
failure. His wife died at bprague
several years ago in tbe same way.
Mrs. MavraTtireC Coos ell.
Mrs. Margaret Connell died at
the residence ot her daughter, Mrs.
Jennie Reppert, la this city last Fri
day morning, at the age of 76 years.
Some weeks ago she suffered a
stroke ot paralysis from which she
rallied, but some days ago the sul
tered from another stroke, which
ended hei days.
She was born in Columbiana
county, Ohio, in March, 1S25 and
was married to Stewart Connell in
September, 1846. The husband
died in March, 1S94. Two sons
had proceeded him to the grave.
Four daughters survive their par
ents, Mrs. E. M. Weymouth of
Marshall, Minn., Mrs. Jennie Rep
pert ol Rich Hill, Mrs. W. H. Van
Dusen of Spokane, Wash., and
Mrs. Mattie Weymouth of Chicago
The deceased and bcr husband
came to Rich Hill in iS3i.
The funeral sermon was preached
by Rev. W. T. Pyles of the Walnut
Street M. E. Church, Sunday af
ternoon, Oct. 17, and the remains
followed to the grave by a large
concourse of friends and ncitfhbon
Grandmo Connell and bcr husband
were consistent members of the
United Presbyterian Church until
God called them bence and their
works do follow them.
Meaey t Loam
For from one to three years, on
good farm property.
II. P. RoatNsoN.
J y--jm .w .yi.i v jr
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO,
A full carload of Sewing Ma
thines from $11.75 UP at Johahnes
lie Sons. 3 i-t m
Tbe G. A. K. boys anticipate a
grand good time at their bean sup
ter and band concert Nov. 21st.
Don't forget the date.
The meeting at the Walnut St,
fcf . E. Church are well attended and
a good feeling is prevalent and in
terest seems to be increasing.-
Holden Bros., Denver Express
wtf given at the opera house Tues
day evening to a fairly good au
dience.' This is one of the bet
shows that has come to our city in
many a long day. The actio? was
realistic and the interest was . carried
alone with the parts from :art to
AniftVi F.tMrvtKifi tr rfinr.i-rlrf.i4 n ilWI i
:. 1 .1.. ....1:..."'?
well pleased. '
Bever, from' near ,
Meti, with her neighbor Miss Cox.
made Ths Txibi'se a.very plea-cant
call yesterday - afternoon. , , Mrs.
Bever is of Scotch descent and tlvere
are no better people on earth tVan
the Scotch. To meet thcrrs i a
pleasure and their friendship ' is al
ways to be prized . She tells us
that our friend Chris . Jennings is
getting along picely, and we think
be is to be congratulated on his suc
cess in getting in'.o Mich a family.
Diptheria is epiJemic in New
Albany, lnd., so that the board cf
health has closed the schools, su-
pended all Sunday Schools and all
public functions where young chi,
dren are likely to assemble, and
have forbidden any child under 14
years of age- tJ leave their twa
premises fcr any- purpose whatever
until the further order of the board.
We suggest that Rich Hill WW a
little out for dlpihcria and small
pox this winter.-'; A c;ise of small
pox is reported to fee out just &m.i
of Sprague arid at soon as cold
weathet comes it mar make it ad
vent tnto our' city: ,
The entertainme'rtt ;ien br the
ladies of the First PieAttrri.ui
Church -on ' Tue..ly exeuing, in
which 'they took !'ir. jjursU on a
Trip Around the W orld. is pro
nounced by ,a!l a decided success.
Mops were maOe at l a-iv.ngton.
New Ybtk City, ' Heriin, Cmmaviu.
nople, and Tokio, and at each pl ice
some time w as spent in ;jj.t see
ing and partaking; of le tie Is meat.
I he receipts are lepoiteJ as btmj
about $50. '
Cure UIks4 toUou Treat incut
IM00I ntiUon' it t ft.' Wort d!t. .-irf
on sarth yet tli c.i.l, u c;.r
w hen H. It. n. (ltatauif iU.o. It.-ti m
Ih umsI. Many hae ' ptinpU . t-p..
on tliefcWta, Mlfeju. iiHM-m!s s!elie.
falling halr..ltcttl!i4; skiu Ihmi.- p.-itn.
rlieinnatUm, eatnrrh'. eufync tks-
Inj;, fenterliijr aorc', w'rouhu "V.tlw
and wcrtles. eaiurr aii.l don't kii"v ii
lit 11o4hI Hloo.a. Ckt Uotauk' I' t4
Halui tll. 1: A . V Ihui!.--
Ktiarantv-1 1. vim- tn.. w.!t wt. v
.Sohl at dn)f stor". ' Tn at u.tt ccf
It. 11. ieiit frv atkl-r-p..";.l v
writing t llKiixl I'.alm tv, AUintt.
tia. . iWerll tri iiWi t:- nvii"
ealadvW jjlvra yHil eorr t. fV it.
H, thoroui;tily toj.yi for -S' e.-isst.
ttrta t httt all-tl-tj j.ll- , It. F,. H.
makeattic bjskki p4ir-Miwi ihU'sla
every at re. sml top U actt-a ssnA
palna.' It. It. It.' tmprovr- tts-.
Improves tie flavor and adds
to the hcalthiuhiess of the food
KoTB.--Tbere are iautatioa bails; rnwiers arAJ cbep by
many groofTV Th7 are made iroca ahas, a scMKtt
ous drug, wtkb rcsdexs tic food trjanoo tahraitis.
; PERSONALS. I
Tom Johannes pent Snndar n
Cliff Cross went to Kansas City
Nevada has, several cases of scar
J.ik. McKibhen came in from Ne
Iter. W. B. Clmncetlor rtturned
homn Monday niht.
Mlffi Guie Crabb canae fcoiue
from Chic;a?o last Saturday.
Mr. Ir. Iaru:atT vlirftesl r?la-
tiven at .N'evaiia overSundav.
- Misi Nellie Harrli returned from
her Kansft City vfnit Monday.
-Mr. and Mr. A. A. Hutton are
vlcitlns: tlw ir Hon tn 5an City. Kana.
EI. lawman ranw tn a fcw day
aro fruiu Colorado tprinff, to a
hU foikiv .. -4
tlia. tVJina and wile bare re-
turnenj frciiu a riit to I'lenaanton,
Tln.w. MeOomb and John Arm-
i-tron have ri'tnrnt-d from n "look
ut"' tour in the Mate of Texan.
lr. Illckey ami wife are here
fryia ('tiauutf, Khiih vUitliiar tUeir
Hon. 1. 1'.. Hit key, of the t pera lrej
Bwrrvll Johuun and wKe. tf
Colorado bpriiii, arv vu-itin Mr.
JohnnMiu . part-ntif. Mr. and Mrs. H.
Wm. Schcplnr and Win. Stet-V-ftor.
from eat t tlie Hvrr. wetv in
town Tih-iay trading with tur
P.. F. -Moore- atsd taraflv came
down frc'iu PutWr S;ituKiay and
p'nt Sunday with Juds W. T. IU-'
vail and wife.
t'laii'l Oldham ean down from
th nrth Tuesday. Jnt watch tar
lit-ra aul j..o wiii r.s.l moiv lr
Kmv louj;, if t n tit arv trvM.
. Mr. aud Mrs. JL l'hUl-rkk and
d.iu;!iti-r, Mlt I4HU', bv juoved
into Hi. Ir tVc.t Park Avenut ri'
erty an I are at home to tholr trterni
la Hie i-ltr iiow.
.Mr, jwsin .FtKiL wh b-va been
iUiiirflur i.tviita. Mr. and Urn
ii. S. Weiitlver. for no me tide ptsxt,
returiitsj to ler home at tialeu.-v.
Mrs. Mary 1 mi wan, of Helena,
M utt. , w lit, l-ai l.t a v isiti o; frWtui
la re the j v.et k, k tt Wrvlnii4y
ftir w lu re (he w ill t-L-ad ti
w liner nun r duuiiVitcr.
!:it-r Hoval ti.trtan.t will
tpivi 1 1m winter with til grand
!.- ut-, Ir. and Mr. It. ti. Win
tiu.iro kiukI .'1oh1 lu our city.
lie i tnaul.y youths gentk-tuan.
ii. V.. I'01-keride antt wife left
lav vk f.ir a vUli with ttielr
Oauluei. Mrv. l.l.i Porter, cf S.A!tin,
ill. Mrs. It.' t:i fpt-ud -rral
ni4'.ith there. Imt Mr. tlac keri 1
will rrtjru i;. , roujU c4 we'kL.
- -Vl. J. i. t.u-tad and Utt le ou
John, and Mr. Mjcii;se ttot vhkW
nnl dau. titer, V&Je Alt Keni e, ho
li,tvilvvt lui u l'r. an t Mik It
I! WltH hell fur rne tlnie paat.de
partet fvr t Heir booie tn CUrtsJc
s.tut.iy ta.t. TUey hud pk.-s.iAu I
fU naj !ii-'r dt-irture waa rv
KiN ttisi l y inj.uy trieud berv.
There are ore hundred and twea
tv civil cases petidtrg in tbe Noreas-b-er
term of tbe Bates county cir
cuit court. There are 15 divorce
cat, 13 daaage suits. 12 satis m
not es, 1 1 appeals. 9 ejectments, 3
attachments, and S partition suits. 4
motions to max costs, 4 suits oa
ecconts, 4 suits to quiet title. S sait
for maintainance and 23 others.
There are 3S rases on the criminal
docket, t for murder, 6 assaults
with intent to kill, 2 rape, 2 seduc
tion, 7 liquor, 2 grand larceny and
1 7 for other violations of law. Court
will begin its esioa Nov. 12 and
has cases set upon tee 7th of Dec
1 be most important enm-aal case
will be that of the State vs. Jas. L
and W. P. G art r ell for usswdes.
Just look at this array of Demo
cratic leaders and then tell us. it
you have the face, that they are not
all 'Scbiey" men. John Jamison,
C. Robert Walters, John W. Dun
can and Robert J. Bradley. We'll
tet a coon skin against a tin rooster,
that Walters was elected vice press
dent without a protest and was as
pleased with his ofSce as a boy with
bis first pair of red top boots. We've
know n for some time they were all
"Schley" men, bat we are now
convinced the greatest one of tbe
lot is the Review man. They arc a
ri ght good set f tellcwt anyway.
There is one trouble with their can
didate, however. He has always
been a great man oa water, and a
Democratic candidate strong 00 wa
ter is already beattro.
A Texaa Feud.
On Jui.e id, 1900, Ben Broockt,
husband of Mrs. Lura Broocks ot
this city; was assassinated near San
Augustine, Tcxa7 as a result of a
feud existing between two promt
nent families there.
In to-day's Globe-Democrat a
special from Nacogdoches, Texas,
states that Eugene Wall was shot to
eeath in the public road near Saa
Augustine yesterday afternoon.
within a few yards cf where bis
bfvther was killed two months ago.
I he telephone line had been cut ia
two placet, so that it was impossi
ble to Warn what was going oa, but
the report of this latest death has
since been confirmed.
Eujene Wall wis the member of
the 'Wall faction who killed Be
Broocks, whoe widow and little
children ride with Mrs,. Broocks'
parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen
of this city. Many Rich Hit! peo.
p'e remember Ben Broocks. Sat
urday's Daily Review.
Walnut Htreet M. C C a urea.
There will be preaching at tbe
Walnut Street M. E. Church next
Sunday at 1 1 a. nv and at S p. oa.
Sunday School at 9:45 a. ru.
Epworth League at 7 p. ra.
W. T. Pvuts, Pastor.
First ITeeojterUa Charclt.
There will be services
cl uich next Sabbatn at 1 1
7 : jo p. m.
Sunday School at 9145 a. m.
Juaior Endeavor at tip p. m.
Senior Endeavor at 6:30 p. ia.
W. B. Chacilo,
Pile luo Curaa atUa.
Misitey rvtunJi-d If It vr faila,
Antt-afcU rurva rhllla and trrar.