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. . WE DO KNOW . .
1 bat t EimrmiUcjou pet Ii ct satislaction
on all job wotk done at the TtuiH'NX.
WE WANT YOU TO KNOW
Tfeat t guarantee y-M -, tret .-.!
faction c.n :l wit k ii'jne it t; e I is' vd.
ntCII HILL, MIHSOUIII, TIIURSOAT, A t'RIL XI, I90S.
S (lMfl( H 0'
bowels, liver or kidneys
have not teen working
just rij ht, this will help
ycu. It cannot do any
body any harm and it is
probably j'itt what you
cures in the natural way,
80 cents a bottle, at the
OPERA DRUG STORE
0. B. IHCKIY, Prop.
Rich Kill, : : Missouri.
Iton't mnul away from
home for pnttt-ru. I have
jiiMt rvwIvtM a full Hue- of
1U TIUI-NX FUU POINT
LAT.. im ilf.SS AM)
tit Hnndkerv l.i- f. Collar,
Doill.-, tVntr-r fifes', etc.
Al.11 the inutcrliil for work
ing. My Millinery Stock
p....! tii-w and uts-t'.
date tn i-v.-ry particular.
"t;i' !ti ninl for your-
Twrntv teams w anted at once t r j
farm ik. Applv one halt n;ic'
.1. . 1 11 1... si .1 .... l'. ..t. .!
road. H. M. Bali..
Five tti.ttMi.'.hrrd standard t.il
lions, at the Spencer ranch, lur hi
vice, front Mutch 1st to July 1st.
Farm tutpleinnt Co.
has a car loiu! of (hilUt sent on the
way and soon as in, will sell a
f I.J5 per bushel.
Iavt ltl- to lulltt, Tetas.
April tiyth, jotli and ats", 1902,
via "The Katy Way." Liberal
top-overs; finul limit May 15th,
cheap side trips from Dallas to all
Texas points. Best opportunity
l ace Trxis ttnap. Ask neat
tit M. K, & T, K'y. Atjent lor
If you are interested in cheap land
lit Southwestern Kansas or South
eastern Cuhitado, call and see me.
I cim furnit.li you tailroad lands at
a very low price fr cash or on ten
year time, only 0 pr cent interest,
I will be at Re publican Pies olln e
in BuiU-r, Apul uth and 141I1.
Half far it s bom Kns Cits
to La Junta, Colorado, Aj 10 15m.
V.. II Aikisox,
Pr LOCAL lUUKrU I
Ml . C. A. Clink is t Lilliwr rrla.
U : lives in Springfield.
Are you getting your "money'
W worth f" Tiy Johannes.
Mi Daisy William returned to
her home iu Nev ada, Saturday.
Westphalia harm, very fine, uc
per lb. at James Cash Grocery.
W. E. Walton, ore cf Butler's
King U's. was in the city Tuesday.
They carry the stock and make
the prick down at Johannes.
j Miss Maxev lie!!, of The Bazaar,
1 went 10 Metz' Monday to visit her
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hartzelt are
visiting friends in St. Clair countv,
I this week.
jj Mrs. Walter romn of Ft. Scott,
j j vi-ited her mother and sister in this
j j city last week.
"To have and to hold" our
trade is our aim. Johannes.
Seymour Williamson visited E.
T. Montgomery and family, in
Mrs. E. T. LaBarriere spent
Stimlav with hrr son Wutn-r mrA
hi wife. 10 Ft. Scott.
J H. Christy, of St.
sty, of M. Liuh, audi.
tor of the Rich Hill Coal Co., was
i'i to.vn Saturday.
0car Sec'mger. son of Adam
Seelingcr, of near Papinsviile, call
ed on Tits Tkidu.se Monday.
Miss Mary Cellison returned
Monday from Webb City where she
has spent several weeks vmting htr
Mrs. Otes, sho was the euert of
her sister, Mrs. Simpson, last week.
: returned to her home in Amos,
' Geo. U. liailey visited his brother,
; A. L. UaiUy at Pittsbuig, Kans.,
cr Sunday and of course had a
lloii. Jerry Culbcrtson of Har-
risomille, was down the latter part
of the week, looking after his busi
ness irtterrstt here.
I have houses for sle for fiom
$150 up to $iioo, on easy pay.
mr nts and long time. Come and
see me. -Gfco P. IUckebv.
Deputy C. G. Uarnrit of Rich!
Hill, replied to the address of wet.
route at the district meeting of M.
W. A. at Nevada last Friday.
Rev. V. T. P)!es and family
wtre at Virginia over Sundav, at
tending the brdMite ot Mrs Pyles
latlirr who is not expected to live.
Mr. Jennie Smith, wife of H.
A. Smith, died at her home Sun
l.y. The luneial l k place Tues.
day and the body taken t' Foster
H. Kiik has bought the Woler.
on it Junes stoik and i piepjued
to furnish ou gas and w ater fixture
supplies cheaper than evrr. South
v;, vn Stitrt
What are int rttmrnt
ia'ii! stoiks, m houses and lands,
I , . , . ,
j ro-npared with in t Uun-nt in an eil-
jura'ion, in a broid, deep culture
j ss Hh will rmish the l,(e and be a
; pet-tua blrs.im to one's fiirn.ts?
Miss Matinda Chin of Pleasant
Crap Twp., died Saturday alter
noon of pneumonia, at the home of
her brother with whom she lived.
The ftineral occutted Sunday, in.
ferment in Double Branch cemetery.
Mr. nd Mis II. S Stryker en
tertained a few fiiends Tuesday
everting at their home, it being the
anniversary of their marriage. A
very pleasant evening was spent,
music being one of the ieatures.
Dainty rcfieshments wete served,
and the guests depatting wished
Mr. and Mrs. Stryker many happy
returns of the event.
If you are interested in cheap land
iu southwestern Kansas or south,
eastern Colorado, call and see me.
I can furnish you lai'road lands at
a vety low price fr cash or on ten
years time, only 6 per cent interest.
I will l e at Hotel Lee, Adiian.May
1st, Merchants Hotel, Rich Hill,
May jd, and at Republican Ptcss
oltice in Butler, May j I. Half fate
rates ftom Kansas City t La Junta,
Coloiado, May fjih,
L B. Aintssos, .
0ik Township Finances j Bran, $i. io; short. $i to; corn
The regular annual meeting of 'chops, $1.50 at Jar.ies' Cash Gro-
he Township Hoard wit held Kat-!cT. ,
urday, April i6ih, with lull board j There ii talk of a 'esival of our
present. Jbsnd. We hope thf revival will
The matter of char ge in boundary
line of Road District No. i, so as
to include Thomas Rhodes prop
erty in that district, was considered
by the board Ordered that Rhodes
property remain in District No. 1.
Overseers of road districta were
notified to have their annual reports,
also tax delinquent teports, ready
to lay before the Board Saturday,
J. B. Jones reported delivery of
5003 feel of bridge lumber; A. H.
Cooperider was instructed to meas
ure same, and payment of I1.25 per
too feet ordered on proper O. K
of Mr. Cooperider.
The Twp. tax levy was ordered
as follows: For twp. purposes, 15
cts; for special road tax, 15 cts; for
bridge purposes. C cts on the one
hundred dollars assessed valuation
of the taxable property ot the town
The committee appointed at a
previous meeting to audit the ac
counts of W. W. Cheverton,Town-
ship Trustee, submitted the follow
ing report, which was accepted,
ordered filed and the committee dis
To thf Townxnlp Board of Onn?
We, the under signed, appointed a
committee by your Board to audit
the report of W. V.f Cheverton,
Township Trustee, begleaveto sub
mit the following rejw.'rt:
"Your committee, after checking
up boakj and vouchers and compar
ing entries and footings, find the
report of the trustee correct and his
accounts to have been kept in a
highly creditable manner.
"Jo. K. Maktin, j
"A. C. Sampson, j
ilfllfinne on hand In towuh!p fund
April 6t h. VMT2. U rut follow a:
Township fund 1,0M9
Bounl fund . G.Oi
I'.rldv fund Sf.Mw
Total tut In nee
N iiinii, rtMi,
M, Uo..l IHMrkt 1.VI
" 14 1
TrniiKf.-isl hy Trute to Trvanurvr
( m. In i diiitrlct.
Bills amiunling to $100.76 al
lowed and ordered paid. Bill of
Williamson & Montgomery not al
lowed for lack of O. K. of Ovrr
eer. Annual repott of delinquent taxes
from tossnship collector returned
for correction. Review.
Tli Democratic Ticket.
Representative T. L. Harper.
Treasurer W. T. Johnson.
Sheriff Jie Smith.
Kecoider T. K. Lisle.
County Cleik John Ilerrell.
Ciicuit Clerk Jno. A. Patterson.
Piosecuting Alt'y A. B. Lud.
Probate Judjje Jno. A. Silvers.
Coroner Dr Kenick.
Presiding Judge J. W. McFad.
Judge North Dist P. A. Bruce.
Judge South Dit. J. J. March.
tlrtscera Convicted fur Selling
Alum tluktng I'owdera.
The St. Louis papers report the
conviction and fine of more grocers
hr selling baking powder contain
Several baking powder contain
ing alum have been offered in this
market. Housekeepers may gener
ally distinguish alum baking pow
del by their price. They are
usuai.y soiu at 110m ren to tweruy.
-11 11 . , . . .
live cents lor a pound can, or twen- liiit It through tht inucots !irf.y,-
ty-flve ounce for twenty-five cent. ! t'ch artKk should iK-vt-r U uWh,I
Gootl baking powder is one of,""""!' ,n lrswrpf.su from rTu.
the most useful thing. ,n the ki.ch. ItV; u l" V
. wtll do la tn fold to thu Kvvod yvtt
en. There are several good pow. fHn p,r deriv-e tnm thria.
der on the market; housekeepers ' lUll'a Catarrh tm tuHUufarturyst
will help the authorise in their: by F. J. Cheuy & Co., loWKv t.
tflort.'to bte.k up the tratlic n in.' ro,lU,u,,,, "rtvry. and U t-ilfti
pure powder if when otdermg they , , . ', . J
' ... . . ' t I'KhnI ttiultituoiMia aurtatv 4 lit v-
wdl lusi.t upon hatutg s)mc sue ef , lMtt. In lullll, ,uu-, , ttBrrU
the well known I land of citim ol Wmi )ou p t th Ks-nntiwv U U
tartar powdris which ate pure an d l"k--H Un.-ru.i!!y, and iid Iu Tk
wholesome beyond a doubt.
IMI lual urea Ptlra!
Mowy Mnn J-J If U ever latla.
! come and the band play as bas been
the custom for years past.
One of the severest wind storms
for many months prevailed here
from Saturday to Tuesday evening.
Insurance companies may expect to
bear of it.
A large number of the Christian
Endeavorers of the Presbyterian
Church gave Min Myrtle Arms
worthy a pleasant surprise last
Wednesday evening. , A most de
lightful time was enjoyed ky all
Mr. A. Betsher, the iaundryonan,
bad a runaway Monday, 'with the
result of a damaged vehicle acd a
badly bruised up man, but he is
getting bettar now. No bones ap
year to have been broken but it was
rather a close call.
The alarm of fire Wednesday
night about 10 o'c!6ck was caused
by the burning of the farm house of
Mr. Archer, just north of town.
The origin of the fire' is unknown.
The house was completely destoyed
and but little of the furniture was
saved, and the family barely escap
ed with their lives. There was no
William E. Higgms, professor in
he law department of the Kansas
State University at Lawrence, was
in the city visiting tHe family of
Geo. B. Baile and sTrtikirt hands
with old time friends, last .Sunday.
He attended service at the Walnut
Street M- E. Church, of which his
mother was one of the founders, and
sang a solo that thrilled the hearts
The lecture at the Presbyterian
church Tuesday evening by Dr.
Inglis was lull of interest and in.
struction, and was appreciated by a
large audience. Dr. Inglis, as a
medical nvssionsry to China, was
in Piking during the late trouble,
and the accounts he gave ol the
siege was from his own experience,
he being one of many who fought
to withstand the attacks of the Chi
nese army during the eight weeks
seige. Points brought out show
clearly the benefit of missionary
work. No doubt some who litened
to this lecture w ho were opposed to
foreign missions will char ge their
We are sorry for the boys who
were deleated at the Democratic
primary last Saturday, but we gave
the m lair warning that they would
get left. They are not as used to
being beaten a we are, and it hurts j
them, we know it does. Some ofl
nuin ucservea a oetrer late. fort
instance, J. II. Williams. Geo. G.
Henry. D. D. Peeler. C. F. Box.
ley. Miles S. Horn, J. W. McFad
den, Jas. Sheppard and W. C.
Hedden. We actually thought G.
U. Henry and W. C. Hed.len
would be sure to get there. We
would like to have said a good
wotd for them but was afraid that
anything we would say would help
to defeat them. V are glad that
T. K. Lyle an. I Joe Smith got there.
and also John Silsei. We would j
just as ion the Republicans would
defeat thtse gentlemen as any that
were ever nominated in Bates coun
ty. Now let the Republicans put
on their best spectacles, select their
best men and elect them. For
judging by the stories told, it ever
a party drsetved defeat t is the
Bates county Democracy.
Ilewarw of Ointiiieut Fur Cat
arrh That Ctoiitalo Mercury
a uivrvury will auMjr oWtroy tlse
jwn of uiell and eouil,'tljr Ch-
tto, tlttl.s, l.y K. J, tVus-V A ts.
s.i,tjr inij;kUU, .rk TJ eve.'.
Bail Fatut'gr tlr tU tttt
Js Smith jrot the brg;st vo'e .
sherH. W knew he would. j
There always "one-J '.r.g d-j
ing" duwa t Johannes' cn-r.
C. G. Darnrtt
week, log rviSng
h at Lj?t
tor the Mvftrn
Special prices on fVur and fce-J
in 500 lb. lot. JT.eV C-i
Thus. M. Oir has bought J-Irs.
Ed. Whitehead's f 'jur-y ciro; J Cf
cilic lor J15X
M.ss Cora Newton has acc-p:3
p-jtitiot. with tte Kcy;e Di
Goods Co., of this city.
A car f Cbef and Ante'.
flour jast arrived at Jajuet' Ci
PrL J. M. Taylor has beta re
elected superintendent of uie But
ler public schools for the ertsyrg
Ii there bad been as many candi
date fur treasurer as there were lei
recorder. W. T. Johnt.on oa! jn'l
inave gotten so tnanv votes.
Chef, highest patent, $ 1. to At.
lelope, high patent, $100. Fans.
er' Choice 00c a sack, at J:ccs
Kev. W. B. Chancellor will de
liver the baccalaureate sermon to
the graduating class of Hume, next
Sunday morning in that c'hj.
H. M. Bill, manager of the
s olfe-Duckwouii ranch norit-i
stsi 01 tois city, was ia town 1 ues-
diy and made this ot'.i.c a p:easar5
The pie social of the Walnut Sf-.
M. E. Church Epwonti Leaeue.
last Friday night, at the residence
of Mrs. E. L. Phi'brick, was a
success socially and financially.
Rev. Wesley Lattin pn.es!. vd
good sermon at the Walnut Strut!
M. E. Church Sunday morning.
and Rev. Bell of Hume, at n'ght, j
in rh At,vt-ftrtr r-.f ih t.lrr t.. '
VV. T. Pyles.
J. II. Berry of Nevada, a former!
Citizen of Rich .1:11, wc in the ci:T5
Monday visiting hi. mother. Mrs.
11 I 1 ! . - i
it, ;iu atj.iKi:. oani S !
wita tnenos. Me maJe t.'-.is o.'he
a pleasant ca'!.
Mav 37 to June S, The Frisco
will sell round trip tickets to San
r rancisco or ixn Angelrs $45-00 , j -ur ew l w lut.-r. Ii It-w, .l..jt
Portland Ore., $1600; g--od 60 -tin ' ti- iit t a ssiut.r
days. See local agent, E. T. La- j " 1 lh" rrit Jr"sn " t j.v,r.
BARltlK. tauduo , r,.u;L a g.u.l ers.,. Is
iti.;jvjr. VWeijwt t.) turn uttiji-e
T. J. Vantine left Sunday roorti.' '"-"d cruttit re.ir, mw to s u. t
inn for Dallas. Texas, to iio ...J"' Vtsi'rii.;. U tl
couieoeiaic uomj asseuit ;ej trtere i
in their annual re-union this week. I
He will be gone the usual y cieran
furlough. 30 days, and wUl meet
Mr. E. C. llinc a ltd familr
Darted TueUav i.r P.stsb...- K ...
We regret to see them gj but wish '.
them abundant success
t t.'eir oess
home. Mr. Hit.es expects to en ,!'!." nli-.ut Ut LuU lit
gage in the mercantile lusi(le Wlh r tv "x timothy ;rvw, aud U at.y
Mr. Ben F, F.varts. who ha aN.y Xt' Ui'M'rM Kw" w
. v ., . . . ... ititfi,.t jt t " u tt. ion, t'i rwi
ne to that city. We cs,ii;tnud : . , , .. .....
t-' t- srs iii a:ul aMmLU"ii like
them ail to the gv.. pf-v'e .iIUuSmv tne. It i-m-W. a tti
Pittsburg as exvc.'lent titiieus atv! jcr tuy l ist vr u. y w-t--t
good n'ighfHsrt and assure i.r,n i a'.t-'-it Sr b'lstn-l ot isr4 t tin- a-iv.
that our Ks it their g u
men than I,. C. Huies art.) B F.
w 1 v ... .1 ,ive.
The State N01 al, at W "mrns.
burg, ha had a steady gross '.H (antt
it foandatitsn, a j-ar:er vf a ctu.
tury .Cy,, and is u.a : t tU
larsest training sch.i .It for teao'-rrs
in the world. Atout t : o teachers
have attended during the year. Ot
these mine were well ki.ww n teach -
ers, county comir.icioseis. yV.
. 1 .
graduates and other in out,! of
,.i.t . 1
special profesvionat prrparatlon.
The institutia has a fi-.ie reputation
not only in the sjate, but ;err.
The Stat B. ard of K.t
ao.oriva Ki.sv recjjnes te N- r
mai tiiptvsma LnccHirge J b
ucces cf last year'
School, which was the tit schiv-1
for teacher in the tate. the Ke- '
... V- 1 ..
cents of the Noim.it are m.tk 11 un.
Usual preparati.siy for the co ti ,
Summer School which s-per. Jut.e i
4, Teacher, whose school have'
ilsed woulJ d, w:i t sottf the
Sortlisl Hs'W. as tV.e spring trim '
has just ic'un Fvt: infvi'tiiatiou !
tway b had by wU..o- President '
CtVeJ. at Vrr.i,l4.t.
-V . - r i A ... ? . ( - -4
Is tlie Most Economical
Greater in Iearenmg strength, a spoon,
ful raises more dough, or goes further.
Working uniformly and perfectly, it
makes the bread and cake alwavs Hzht
and beautiful, and there is never a waste
of good flour, sugar, butter and eggs.
While it actually costs lest to make a
batch of biscuit with the Price -Bikiaz
Powder than with the so-called cheap
powders, there is the additional advan
tage of better and more healthful food.
Piece E PttnA Ca
tVlien w ture U tJ
farm thrv- yr-are t;o, we bru-cgf.t
'i:la u jyJl kin)4 gra- sssj exes-pt
rsH t. find ovsrf h.j a ay ex;jt.T -
J la-re' w itli tiUist auJ Lad U-s-a tatvUt
th?it as a f.vri. rvl top bar j it !
aHstk' tt-ttT than nvMt iahoiiI
oJuiw, n.l w not Uttae rr-rW.l I
t O fi lit! uur IWET lb I -hl.irtt tta iHhi'l
luforuJ h,st we we oa l,6,:" . W" "
top . tlm- ttr.Sr s:ri
- W'.uil gruw. T-. sir tli.U we'j4(Ui,y r,"if
W.-r- ilA.ti.Jwj!Utl U I-Qltil: it tuil.i-
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;.. I. . ,.t , - t 1 !
- t ini: u mi h, vwrr wr :
birhi. uJ euj t Ul the c.atw
We t- cb.wr on th t
l utJ vv Lav. t;.,t m firw tAP. J au-i
, hnvtr L.wl j irtitjr eljver bay lur
j...,i..t..innn vi -t met,, m .ii ITT'-W.J
t.frs-.l tloVcr. we biverHt.l ttaio
tJiy -.!. but tin? od l-t l to
J 1 so- hh.I we Oi-I not ft a eo.w.1
ui.-of our jas-tUvr
, ,,. tl(1, u Bol
tt is.w-es adi4:f; with n-1 rloy.r.
i tlr '' jr a rvsf tp
:a I t ! i- , . ru.t.-ut -ti ( su U nu l wb'.ir
w- aid not nvt a tall tauI U a'.tall...
s !..t ,U I s At, h U teovs In 1 !.!
s t- m t t tntr !.t rv-J t.;i att i.u.t
' . . . . -
1 1!.! s;ft;u that t.s droath kUksl
U-t .v. ir s I I. it wvht-l s.tr is jr
, -i -o uest a'.Nuit J"t . n- ruorv
';"--',ri-'r R rtw hi rrl Vou
. . .v
j hrs- .- tiuiothy, s.-rt h ,.r!v I i
i tU s;.rui,- an I "sross Iw-tt.-r it-I
r 1 sr au.l tu sk a
Th-ev U U-nty ,4 Wuv K,. sn, .
tU4 ! rv t,j I t ,Uhti Weil w Urrsj iwv-
1 , ., , . , ...
. ,..nAi j .jt va:u of It o u
; vstt willaud UVkm tt oamuue
! 'or tt.
! Xx's ul Krww h-rv jstvra
Lad a vh.suvY, U).--i,
1 . ....... t
ho.v ainl a sol 'st.
ti, Oro'ttlt bust jrtir rvm.srkaMy
wtit. though tin- of fi ou tl.e
upi.taa a aa narvl'y fcaif cro;, Tet
-;'-,-tlJ'r' dsJ wa. whilvlha sirs'
' A ' "" " wul coti.i.k-raUy.
It l t.lisketlttiJ tip U1 iroUijr-a tt.
Fcur,.gij tickets tu CV.t-rci
aid intermediate pvints. Ttskets
tin sale during the Utoruhs tf Mauh
acd Apnl. dai'y, 00. Fir full
r.turriit.oji p!csc call t h Mj,
pc. dput.K. A. IU ley, Ast.
. 0-7 vsz-jne. ci-";ta1 ens tj.r.:., u
H. it. EsfVe wa n-j !-f h H-l
; M'i4laT n r'.-r. : ffcf
j J er-i'at w'tSi iXmf.r
s Vw 00 tint wrvtjj; susttl
. :ereoa a i-Jt t- . H. rrwtt
i lUrh Hi.l Vr.! ralt
Mr. Dr. IUj laa. i l.kts ItUJ,
t-itl br lr-t.,xvr. . i. i:,k. tint
Ilrvt isf thf wr-k. Ja'awt 14.
! La.'5"io. rf U'..s. .'t.:i:4tiM
; l ,p- tahtr.v. jwu'.! of I,wa,
l:i tKn '?. .":. Jit-, l-t . ;V
titt fcs JuS how t-atrr-s.t.-J in tt--. Mors.
-,;! w railri.t. a t;t. jr;-jii frru
CSM.ia t U ao.i R.vlil
I't I'.VU ICll. nil ni-,rt.usit tA wliUh
from t'rnf K.ksi! iae. j'iar
rim- li.-rr-. Jira t,.v lut f (rientf
tjwrt? ho k Lfna t Ir'i.y iak!!is
h,su-l tki.-st t'rw c..t knowing hiiu
wuld take fclru Utr a iK-tuoeratfar
eaadlJtir. F .r from u; vvt.-r wia
rr up hi.l nl'-irr vtiitK'wstlo
U-rs-tst It, Itw ISt i. Ta-y or ite.ttttt
dilUKs. l!j t!v. why WouMbv
cot make tt rioi'tv-at 1 at. i l.st for
V!l uu !! IU l'Ut;tt!l Its krt. II
Is ron(-teat, bs- M ljuo-t, hi? t fc r.
k- and tt ,-lfvt-. wo!-1 so t rufl
ay l"aU sl'.v to iiist ,h in ti;.
turtoit ertuunaU ItatW Fars'rL
M.vk cii-I tat. si -, au.l
Vtaktt, uiottt-'r troi ,0.. t st.trt.H.
Y!lo- a Laftuy t;tuf!y. Thai'a
wbit K-n'ky Mv.ui,t.ii: dosfis.
k i;.. Ak j our ili uil.
T Our lurrtijjii.li-iiH.
If your ittms .! rawt aj-pcar in
out cuiumus 1'ie m's t' s-y at
tendesl f..ir, it i bicausj ti:ey c-J'H
to l and ts.s !.it or a' Cf-Jw ivsl out
by press sf otr ei m-te',. We
!.! uur c.icru.l uiijiH to-a highly
to treat then! wit's any tl.se-nsrtesy.
Li.V of T. DiWirr r.uHijx. t.r
huaoii. l; v. fra.th lvi';;t tatu.st.-
aa-,l a.sw i.ilti -.x..r oi V Uruikm
Hvrii'i-t. Kiji r l.,so .t..tnra I'
I tsil.iA listuti,.', I li-'fiuou j'r."il
for svut w lt. act n iu U v. ytutnt
S. net 10. Is ni i.iuti.'.ii.(t.-ty t'i.st
Co. , Umi M s'h.-st., I'lsis . Pa. it . il-
llviU ti.U poj-s C
C Us' at. t k t Uiy l.rt-ttwru list'.
With U t li t l a t w ii i 11..-.
Vnto ttt-lNi.-i , aoiite c.i.-.!t 1 Iti?.
Th Ktl ii-: I gtvt H'us'Uv M'snu.
taiu'ls-a. Ak y.-ur tii'ii!..t
.Misawurl I 'ay l.suiiatt j, fuc
Chasa Cxpoatliou, (hartealwf.
S. C. We wiit sclt t vistty tr tr:
occasion ca Apid Jttt i;-J ii:.-'.
$ji co, rvun f tn,! iicua h i, it to
day trviB lijt c-1 sale.
K. A. t mi t . Aent.
cash fuu om i v;n
W want t j secure t ir .o-ri
sdveitise tit our lo st 1. ,1 to s
W ta sell It ipuks-r tijj.i any Io
11 the cuuuiry.
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