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Notice of rin a I heUleineut.
Notice l ln'ii I'.v nlvcn to nl! eivilit
urn niul nt tu rn tiit-tvt'i In tli
ntMi o( 'J lu n-K.i lltnnn. il'wnwd,
' Unit I, J. I!. UnW. MilmliilKtriitor,
with tin' m 111 I'liii.'Vi il, i.f tniM cMnt
Intend to make flnnl wtllinit-nt
lii-rvot at tin- iu-xt ti rni if tlH-Hftti
((tinny rriilmt foiirt. In Butt"
eoiiiity, NUitt! of MlHHourl. to Ik- ln l-1
it Itiitl-r, MlMK.mrl, on tin- lltli day
of AtiguM. A. I)., l:'2.
J. It. HALKS.
2 LOCAL BIUEt'S. J
Dr. Ames ntl son Cecil, are in
Adrian this week.
Take ice cieam and cake w ith the
Epwotth Leaguer Friday night.
V. D. Vandyke of Kausa City,
visited friends here the first of the
Little Mi I.innic Oir went to
loin, Kansas, Sunday, lor a visit to
Titid Tour the fail. Those
Ting Tour belts at Mr. Ames' ate
the newest thing out.
"Morning Glory" Flour 90c per
sack, Crystal" (Imjh patent) $1,
at Jan.cs' Cash Grocery.
Mi. Hofoid of Lincoln, Nel.f
will arrive Saturday for a if-it with
hci brother, Lr. L.
Mrs. Lee Porter returned from
Butler Monday noon, where she
visited her parents, Col. and Mrs.
Our Summer School will com
nience Monday week. All arrang
ments for a very successful term
have teen made.
James' Cash Grocery will give
you 16 cents per lb. for butter and
ii j cents per dozen for eggs Ibis
John W. Gcnch was in the city
la! Satuiday scemR our mcichar.ts
about the price ol binding; twine for
hi wheat haivest.
II. (j. Spraker was home fiom
hi merry-po-roiind to tpend Sunday
with hi family. We are glad to
know he is succeeding in hi husi
nets. From Walker Can's Norman
Democrat-Topic we learn that A.
Nicodemus ha settled in Cleveland
county , OU.i., and i a candidate
I jr probate udue.
Lxliihitscf school woik is being
placed on lar-i,e caul in each school
room, clcatly indicating the v. oik of
the year, for the benefit of those who
w tih to see it.
Annul Tournament S. W. Fire
men, Kansas City, Mo., for pattie
of ten (10) or mote on one ticket,
t.o per capita for the round tup.
ticket oil sale Juue 15 and 10, ie
turn limit June ji. R. A. Bailey.
The Democratic convention for
the noniinntim of a candidate for
collate in the fb disinct, i called
to meet at Clinton on Turday, llic
171I1 of June. lion. I). A. DrAr
mond h.i no opposition and w ill be
nominated, by acvUmation.
Mrs. Stella Clowning and little
Kin, Master Willie, cf Kansas
City, accompanied by Mfs. C.'
brother, Duk llaynes, cf Butler,
who wrie thr quests of their sister,
Mrs. Lee Potter, the past week,
went to llutlcr, Wednesday where
will visit her
II. G. Cook wa in the city la -it
Mr. Fred Johannes and wife are
visiting relative in this city.
Hon. W. 13. S. Gault of Sprngur,
wa on our street last Saturday.
Everybody should have ''Lawii
Swing." See Johannes & Son.
F. E. Kellogg, wile and daugh
ter, are in the city visiting friends.
C. R. Walters, of the Review,
returned Saturday night from a visit
to Ft. Madison, Iowa.
The Epworth League lawn festi
val at C. D, Wincheir Friday
evening. You are invited.
Master Wilbur Ayers came down
from Kansas City Sunday to visit
hi aunt, Mrs. W. II, Fisher.
Bran 95c sack, shorts $1.05, corn
chops I1.50, craeked wheat $1.50
at James Cash Grocery.
Tobacco plants for sale, at the
old Mudd farm, 1J3 miles north of
Kich Hill. W. L. Kovce. m2y-3
Miss Mary Jackson of Papin
ville, was in town Tuesday doing
shopping and visiting friends.
An elegant line of Lawns, Dimi
ties, Batistes and summer good ar
rived at Mrs. Ames Bazaar to-day.
You've pot to liutk nil the time
to kii-p in tin- wlni. If ire tlip
down the iaibK-r of pri rity,
Uikel:xkv Mountain Ti-a. M 11 ken
L. Ames and jK-opIt- vtrviiuotm. Auk younlrugltit.
j Fred Harvey came down from
Hon. Cl-itk Wix and A. L. Fox,
Republican candidates lor rccoiderj
and county cleik iepeclively, weie
in the city last Fiiday, lentvsing old
aoiuaintaiices and making new
ours. Wiih them the tampaign
hasiilieady opened and they iutend
to let the pe( le know tt.cy bic c.in
d,il.ilr. The people can ilcclno
The Socialist have nominated lh
following stste tivkvt for Missouri:
J. W. tiavau of GaUna, F. 1',
O'llaieof Kiinsa City, and J. A.
Schwankcr of Jop'.in, for supien.e
judges; Mr. Bullock for judge of
St. Louis court of appeals; l'e.nl
Thompson of Liberal, ana W. I.
I'hifer of Cwlifoinia, for railioad
and wauhouse coiiinnstiuner, mid
II. N. Hull of CaitUe, l l
l.ipdiutvi.iicut cf public inuuuun.
Kansas City to spenj Sunday with
his parents, Mr. and Mis. V. A.
Buy Feed at James' Cash Gro
cery. Bran 95c sack, shorts $1.05.
com chops $1.50, and cracked
Fok Sale -Two hundred bush
el of corn, two and oue-half miles
south of Sprague. V. B. S.
Feed, by the wholesale, at
James' Cash Grocery. Bran 93c,
shorts $105, corn chops $1.50,
cracked wheat $1.50.
Key. W. B. Chancellor returned
from Kansas City Monday night,
where he had been in attendance at
the disliict Christian Endeavor con
vention. Misses Agnes Twaddle, Emma
Welch and Martha Watson, who
attended the C. E. Convention in
Kansas City, returned home Mon
Mis Osa Grigg came down from
Kansas City and spent Sunday with
her parent, Mr. and Mr. J. C.
Gnggs, of Reavley, Miss Maggie
Mom came w ith her.
Wlm U the- k' rl win wnw f m-lf
luti'ivat prompt lu-r to tnk Koeky
Mountain Ti-h. It rWU Ii.t (nil
s Icor nml ttii-iv l iiIum.vh In nicy In
!n-r lirnrt for you. Ak your driiK-
The Epwoith League of the Wal
nut Sitect M. E. Church will give a
lawn festival at the home of C. I).
Wiiu'hrll. on Friday night. Ke
freshmentt 15c. All ate invited.
Nothing sets off a shitt waist bet
ter than stylish Shirt Waist Bolton
mid Puis. Mis. Ame ha the lat
est styles and they ate beautiful
Also llie new sash r-ios. tie sute
and see them.
Caipi-nter Shatcr, of Batler,
we und istan.l have purchased the
ohl waie looms formeily occupied
by I). W. Johnson, on the Mo. Pac.
rght of way, corner Patk Avenue
and west Jlh sticets, which they will
use in the building of a creamery.
I lie business here w ill be under the
management of Mr. D. T. Rogers.
John K. Miller, father cf Rev.
John II. Miller, foimer paster ol
the Piesbyteiian church in this city,
liiij at the home of kev. Miiicr, in
Tliorns isrid Tblitlea.
Em ton Tribim t '
Ever since Father Adam
and Mother Eve were driven from
the Garden of Eden and told that
the earth wat cursed for their sake,
and should bring forth thorn and
thistles, and that in "the sweat of
thy face shalt thou eat bread," man
h been battling for an existence.
Since we have undertaken to sow
our piece to crass and make the
raising and selling of grass seed a
specialty, we have found -that the
above quotation is literally true.
For two weeks we have been waging
war on plantain, yarrow, Jamestown
weeds, cockle burrs, etc., and still
there is some lett. We began our
fight on the -'buck" or narrow
leaved plantain two years ago and
have only partially succeeded in it
extermination. We began on the
yarrow last year. Having 270
acres to keep clean, we will always
have, work in that line as our neigh
bors do nut seem to realize what
scourge these weeds are and are
making no effort at all to control
The rains ol the past two week
have been good for our young
grass. Some of it that we thought
was a failure, has started up and
bids fair to make a good stand. We
had very little rain only sprinkles
and showers from the last of
February to the 2 1st of May. Since
which time we have had four good
rains. We have not bad as much
rain here as has fallen west and
north of us. The corn is reason
ably clean and looking well; wheat
doing well; oats and flax thin and
short. Pastures and meadows good.
Red clover ready to cut. Tbe pros
pects for apples is very good, and
enough peaches on the trees lor
more than half a crop.
Taken altogether we feel more
like living tban we did a year ago.
C. A. Bird.
Bones Fork, Ni Busier,
June 10, 1903. F. K. I. No. 5.
eryin l!.i fall.
I've 'r.o LeenJ IIA5 IUi Trip t Jtla
faithful to the pree, f.yt the par Jane ty 'n. Ezecrsioa triiskaiet
lee tmiVl be ve w.b tfc tsx H.eh tU'.l at 7 t . m. Pei-reir
E. E. Chapin and Miss Nellie
McKibben, both of Metr. Mo. .were
manied Tuesday morning, June 10,
in the parlors of the Hotel Mitchell,
at Nevada, Rev. R. A. Blalock. of
Rich Hill, being the officiating clergyman.
Mr. Chapin is the station agent
for the Missouri Pacific railroad and
a leading citiacn of our enterprising
neighbor, Meta, and ha a good
home provided for bis bride.
The bride is a sister to Miss
Blanch McKibben and daughter of
Mr. and Mr. Ja. McKibben, the
lumber merchant of Metr. and Mr.
Chapin is to be congratulated on
captuting so charming a bride for
the home be has provided.
The happy couple are now on
their wedding trip through Colorado
and will be at home to their friends
at Mete, same time in July. Trie
good wishes of Tmk Tu at'Mt goes
with them for happiness and a long
life of domestic bliss.
I 4i la week I wus
in Botler an beerrd a feller on the
strete ax a man if he'd saw the lat
exibit of our fceaance. Tba was
talkin sorter low like. Hit exited
mi curosi'y. I'm a dimicrat bv the
d. b. hill sort, and never scratch.
1 kep a wunderin whaltha cood hav
bin discusin about our feenance;
so la Sunda I bunted tip mi good
ole Builer democrat a I had seed
the statmcnt in hit, an thot I'd see
ef lhare wus any thing rong about
the figgeriu. Tbe receits looked
plain and good; and the balancin
up at the fut looked O. K. But as
I tied nulhin better to do I just thot
I'd look it over in detale and see
what our county Jedges had dun
with all that $57,JiS.;S, and who
got hit. I coodn't bep noticin bow
ftequent the names of West, Wim
satt an March showd up, so I just
tuck a peace of scrap paper an set
thare names down in a row an then
picked out what each Jedge bad
got fcr hi year's work. I did hit
faithl-.il, and when I aded up the
columes hit showed West bed got
out ot the county funds $474.90,
Wimsett $463.50, an Jonnie March
$3jS.io. Then I got interested. I
put 'em together, aded up agin an
found we bed pade the 3 $1316.50.
Fur a dry year that looked purty
big to a man who'd lived on Bones
Fork 30 year an never scratched a
ticket From what I've seed about
tbe square when waitin to sell mi
stove wood I think West did not git
enutf, an Wimsatt an Marcb got a
beep too much.
Then I figgered on Horn, an cf I
maid no miscalkilntion he fai'ed to
git all bis salery by $25; but he
seem to hev dipped into tbe con
tingent fund fer stamps, telefones
an the like, liberally, so I gess be
got about all be wus entitled to con
sider in the service rendered.
Then I noticed a lot ot big items j
fer "jail guards;" an figgenn on
that as good as I cood bit appears
like the tax payers hed to shell out
$744 las year fer guardin our bur
glar proof new'jail. That beats me.
I'm goin to ask Wimsatt about that
the fust time I see him. Tha must
bev kep 1 men all the time, an 3
part uv the time at a salery tiv $40
a munth, er aboct that Accordin to
the exhibit sworn to Geo. Tucker,
Dike McCann, Jack Spicer and A.
S. Weddle got that $744 fer that
one pb uv garJin the jail. I can t
see why that is necessary, an bit
looks l.ke a peilitica! snap distribut
ed aroun mong the boys. But I'll
ask Wimsatt eibout it an will rite
The more I looked the more I
wus astounded, an I kep a figgeiin
till mi good ole wife sais: "Jcems,
hit is cow time you've tan a fig
genn thare fer 3 hour. Wfcat air
you a doin?" 'Course I coodent
explain all eibout bit to Mariar, so
I jist put up the papers, got the
t ucket and stalled to le paster to
pail the cow. But. mister eJitur,
payer, er I vutt. H&p'n 'i-nr
who knows will be gl eoeff to
make hit all clar before Jc.io Atj.
I fuutt cloze.
fAit ns fvr'MVfpc s
No L-cket iad So less this
R. A. B u st. Ar-o-
Su'idsj scLocl at 5-45 a- sa-Pjxi.iE-
at it a. m-, aa4
Cfcrii.:3 E&deaTW at 7 p.T. .
R R Corrrr, Pastor.
Fourth of July.
Purstiatit to the t!l isysed sever! I
day aeo, oa.te a nuer cf oorlJ-n1" -
citizens met at W. C. StooelriktT
office, last Monday evening, to pro
mote plans for celebta.ir,g the
Fourth of July. Thcrse prer.t or
ganized for work and elected 'he
following officers 1 Steve Hamnr.sck,
president ; J. D. Mooee, treasurer.
and Ed Rovce. secretary, who wiH 1
act as finance committee. Tbe fS-j
lowing additional committees wetej
Soliciting committee J. T.
Weathers, Jno. Klurr.pp, J. W.
Jamison, Chas. Beasley, Henry
Construction committee Steve
Hammack, Dr. Delamater, E. A.
Royce, Forest Caldwell.
Advertising committee F. M.
Koontz, J. T, Weathers, Dr. Dela
mater. Entertainment committee Geo.
A. Huckeby, F. M- Koontz. Dr.
Delamater, W. W. Chevertots, Joo.
Schmidt. O. Doyle, E. M. Cbam-berliin.
vtS jof i at S p. ra- t?r t
K. A. IAI( t, Ajir.t. I J'af L.t n, eri-x-neef ors xl:e R ch
, ' ;IITI tT-sr T'-rrk T'i-s rriin htrc
i peciaJ lUlr, Areosat wf 4t ? r-oTa.ry ' K;;j C.'y.
To i'.I polcts tt ils Mo. Pacic
Ry.. withia aoo :..', oae fre
E T. Mv.'Tier Ie:t Taevijy
-zic-z t-r a sis at ElXer.. C's.
?theroasl trip, tickets to It s-i ' S. C Wisw K ch 11. w
:e ciarje cl t t
t If. il- Ea
ir.e r? rr-s Ks'l
r"ui c-uit-J in? r- rj-;ce
rtk h a
s-s a russer tie
1 is i'f3t.is.i3-3. Pljtaaastt-s Iir.'
'ft kas hrri ia porr be.iir.V -..
her (ass?j s.J
jEa'Str irte.iei- ha-e
vs sviaas, eri n. vxx. wtA -n itT
There will te p-ec!::'-g at tie t wb tie jrea"-sr :-.teret. Oi Saa
Va:st Street S. E. Cbtrcj t.nt ! dj lat sic s t i l tt
Scn.'jjy at It a. m and S p
Sunday School at 9:45 - reL
Jvnkrt League, 2:o p. m.
Ep-wor.h Le jTje at j p. to.
W. T. Pylis. Past'.
b- ; Ttrpejsr were
j We-ic'ly Bsars Dr. Jw!i ot
f tiue mrM tints tjtsx r-f
Flavey J. Wiseman, Jr, Ueasd.
Died Flavey J. Wiseman, Jr.,
Sunday morning, June Stb, at four
o'clock, aged seven years aad lea
months. Tbe funeral took place
Monday morning at 1 1 o'clock at
St. Bridgett Catholic Church ic
this city, conJucted by Rev. Father
Scanlan, in the beautiful ritual of
his church of w hich the mother or
deceased is a faithful member.
During tbe service many eyes we:e
suffused with tears by the touching
allusion to the deceased. After the
services the remains were taken to
the train and conveyed to the moth
er's family burying ground at Louis
burg, Kansas, for burial.
'Tis sad to lose from the family
circle the pet of the household, the
father's pride and the mother's oy.
but such things needs must come to
every hearthstone. The fairest
favorite chiid oftenest t.vkn.
The Tsibixs extends sincere
sympathy to the gT:ef stiicken par
ents in their hour of sorrow.
First lrebjtrisi Cfcsjrch
There wiil te sersktrs at ihi
I church next SiLbata at 11 a. BLod
i p. m.
Sunday School at 9: 45 a. m.
Javier Endeavor at 1:30 p. n.
Senior Endeavor at 7 p. nv
W. B Chancellor,
; wa ra izs
cUst uSajisj Kit it?..
d-'Tne. as weii r.-.e r.eit f,f
;r.ef-'cjr. --J 3 s h--.. i ;'z tS a
i-jt. 25;e-s Go. Kttsi"t.
J TeJlwfc-y a .Ti-r't ' . f.-
' Vr J'Dt t is hut ,'Vf T. t 'Z ZvV
1 trfit. Tltiik !t t-r. AJs ?-tir
There w.:i be bos two more ex
amination for teacher this ,ear. T
One will be teld at Butler (We ;,os. Js!- a--l Se?wUr
School buying) Jane 27. 28. X902. jl - wr.t ps n
and the other UI U held at Rich ! A g3 .
1 I . . ' . . c . I, . . ....... I
Aurust 22. it. 1001.
Those w ho desire to take the tx- P-
I We w ill he m?xi-t9 t:ii.s w
fi- A. .sijsr, Aztr.t.
am'mation icustbe oa time. Each! Wesley Detit-xt JroypeJ is en
subject man be given in the titre J Tuesday wits bis r,;j!.t Uzt aoi
allotted for ii and at no other time. roanly srtctinj, aaJ we usr.'t ktww
Ask no special favor. If yoo a' I a young nsaa we have r.een uvjf
not prepared to take the examini- ; pleased to see in a I w.j I tct. He
lion, do not attempt it. Di not
reiy on your reputation to carry yosi
ttrouga. We grade papers as we
H. O. Maiiv, County Com.
E. B. lio trios, Sec'v.
PURE FX1 LAWS F.SFOCEl
Clors liArtou, of tb Itxt Crtsaa.
Miss Ctata Barton, bate and act
ive at an age well past the allotted
thtee scars' aad ten. and not lesa en-
is trase-ing fr the Aieriin Steel
Tank Co., aad it the cjn.pn is
up ta the stan-Jicd of tl:e:r rrpre
entatise tbey are ail r'4;t a-.I our
readers may depend on thent.
Volume 14, No. 4j ci the Cm
County New come tt our tjlle
w-th the name at Chas. L. Ilrr:
at it mart btai as e.'.t.c
Valued as one of osr be-t eschanea
uader llie abJe nuu enitnt cf it
More tiroeera Ft u est for Seltlna;
,. . Uses to keep up f eice.Ient revsird
e.me by. in the rreat wwk which .
she ha n:aJe her Lie misAiun, eas-
late edttvr, J. W. L'rvcaw, it prom-
udder tte new eJor. lonf may
f 1.23 HoututTrtp.
Special excutsiou to Carthage,
Mo., June IJth, account Fitahugh pH jist give you 1 other pint and
Lee, day. Special tiain leave ' then quit fer thi time
Kich Hill at S o'iock a. m.
Excursions to Pueblo, Denver
and Colorado Spiing $16.00 lot
the round ti ip. on sale June und
to s.yh, July 1st to 13th, August 1
to 1 1, August J3 and J4, August
30th to Sept. to, final return limit
R. A. B.mi.kv, Agent.
. ,.. . . . 1
A,uu 1 u"ur" i!y con-..tuie one of the most inter-
The St. Loui papers rersott sev- !ei,c , (h witd's grand 4d wo
eral more gtocer brought to trial j n,B. Probably no woman now
upon tbe charge ot e!t.ng bakirg j jJX . bish,iJi a career Kie varied
powder containing alum in viola-j or wor tJ Je4 wnh achiesemetit.
tion of the law. Ti e partes weiej. t,,u-tet study of the f juoder
all convicted and ech rintxl icw
Sever! baking pwrr whi-.h
have been found by analysis to con
tain alum have been cf'sted in this
maiket. They aie c"ed
Id many plsces si.nilar powder,
and pirsdcut of the American Na
laiui Red Cic So ily ap)si in
in the J?y Dvlnieator. in which thi
famous wui.un is seen at ber quaitit
and picUirevku bcx on the paii
sade ci' the Potomac. A number
of photo jurkt s! osit;g interior
lEdiioe Ham 'use u shed the I'lU
0! gl aod llu RcyuM.s.in.v.rt in
the w.!t 4 lruicr darfcnesa
that sctnotfoJs ti-u.
Couicuttisioi Jane it. the Mis
souri Paot'tc Kjjl4y CoKip.Joy
will place i scrvue thrvuh l'u!!
men 'ei- c-.be!wrt3 Wsch-.ti
sad Denver, leastu Vv'.vSj -t j :sj J
p. tn. daily, atiivir-jj at Ds-mer
ll.jj bosmi fuilowuij djj, - 1
tun;tt!g Icjve Denser at 3 t j p. nu
artii at Wwhit at s: 5' nst
Shew vur ai rsut; ii
... I Vr 1 ,,.r v nl M.c !,.' vur t,
I of tti new t-.-uoti sf v n.e ty pui-
:uua! textures is
;ic.i. w-:h x graphic description ti
Miss Briton' domestic Lie. '
1. 1st Your Froperty New.
If yon desire to dispose ol your
(aim, let me sell it for you. If you
Nevada, Mo., June 6th, in the S6th I want to exchange it for good land
year ( hi. age. Mr. Miller visited j in western Kansas, and get thiec to
his son in this city and was will
known to ni.my of om citizens. He
was a tine old gentleman of the old
Hev. W. F. Mailin, ol Coiydon,
Iowa, was in the city the past week
visiting bis son. Postmaster Mar
tin. He pleached a most excellent
senium for Mir Methodist tiethrvn
of the Walnut Siiert church, on
Sun Jay, that pleased eeibo.ly.
He i a vstll picserved, t) yical.pro
(jK'si Methodist pieacher whose
t?nd intir' etc im.i.U iiiaiiilcsl in
l's e cf bis tliilJien.
All tin u the exhibit I kep a seein
1L E. Johnson he's the cuuuty under these or other names, atecf-j
survayor I bleie. an as he vegitated jfrrd for sate at from ten to tei!y ! ltluo4 .Vto lUee.,
- . 1 :.. . t ...... 1 1 !
: jv ik
jsiwdef lhe w
some on of the weil ktuw
of cream of tartar pnwdct
six actes lor one, I will make an
effoit to do so. I will be at Anv
t'cidam, Mo., June 10; Foster, June
It; Hume, Juste 11; and at the
Meictuxnt Hotel in Rich Hill, June
13, W. O. AlVesou' Law Otticc in
Butler, June 1 4 and at Hotel Lee
hi Adiiau, Jui.e (y. Conic in on the
above dales and list your propeity,
or wiile nte, giving lull desciiptivia,
pi ice and terms. I think I can sell
ir exchange your faitti fit you if
the price is Hj;ht.
L. B. A I I vyo.
an growcsl up in your town, I cant cents a pounj.
pass nun rn. ro 1 nggereu on wnai licv.xl t-as.i'g
R. L. got outcn his job a job
most of us farmers thot was a poor
job and I found that in oneway an
another he got outen the tirasuty
las year, $i,jjo.j;. I cant git bit
thru mi bead how on ai.-ih be got
so much in a drouthy year, no bow.
We call him big Bub, us that air
lamilyur like, and a the exhibit i
uot vety complete, I ask Bob to tti!
U Democratic lat nu ts bow it is.
We bad an idee the bridge com.
coodent go into no conti acts ith
the county couit, but tium this ex-
hiiMl it peats r.e must er stun so,
(er I notis he got a site ler work an
materia!, er souiethin l.ke that.
BoVi ougtiter etplain this so us conv
iioi folks whos voted (er I. mi cchk!
Thaie i a bole lot uv news in
this exhibit tJ the tax paver, an a
hole lot I cai.t git thru n-.i bci''
.'(! is t-'e
Itvliiuit lluiuur tie tuo.
Sc rot tii I. F.te.
' chasing tickcU vu. ir.e .,.vtiri
jP4Ci:iv KiiiJ. S .u. a I nCi.t
! fjr tickcu and t-tt'.h Is'sctv 4'.i:n.
R. A. IUILS.V, A,;-.!.
Ti. hi-. aii l'j.,; Isj
the most useful thirds in a k.tve:i. j K m. I ii. m.
Thete aie seveial cosvt p-wdets on j try li.itanir ri..-. iVivtui ttt .ur-x-j
themsisarts; hou5kepeis wiil fcr'p ! I'1"' v ,--rou. trtsl a4 i;!
;Caany his ii;
H v-" i..iiy wr4:t.vttnw !eepiii ' e .-e ".!
Kausis City and O.uaha w iih t w tise
ec;ia diasst-i,? loom CJi jut uui
the authoikt.es in the.r e;i.'tstj' , . . , . J of the Fiui mil iK'p.'. Uto r-ew
, ... , frlntrl ttliusuuvU, U.'U t M .... . . . ,,
piomote the sale t-f paie aad whole-, .... , .-,,.... . u-r. tbe -OmuhA ai4":.i..i,
insist 1 1J41 hl i
II you un-e trsna nl.-s-r. s md.
s'r(..!.s. l'.:.l lVUtiu. e.iavs-r. ral-
is t-ransts Ux e-. ItcMi; Wla, .!hi; !.
s s, i lioiH p kl-t. U:in; rtVuui
SjtviiU especiaiiy !jr ta.s tun,
the l4'.vl c!."
and bcaithfjl tevood a ' vist.irth. sr isi-.y 1.uk1 sr s.Ui
I'm a goiu t u ciKnit
Giik,ti!d, Kansas. I lluliy VJ thee ti. i s l.i'a i w;
S;ear.l Ibieshing Machine. En
gine g'-'s'J new ; ll.ii.tr in
splendid shape. H teen wt'.l
taken csie c l. Reeves d.cl ie eu
gine. Wiil sli on 1. ne, i t cheap
fcr ca.lu ln-iaite ol
C.sr. S;h vV OA. Kivh H.il, Mo.
1 v a ' 1
electa i ht i I e'ctiis; lei's in
easli elect. Uu, tm l-.'.'iuc-
w fw:iii.h.-i u...i.'i room., lar
1 1 a J 1
tvi vt .suns vs it:t low
cUikts, a(pajik i.s.i.,.1.4
in- UMi. etc. I ', e jre
f.jf ocup4i,cy at cii. .ii i! 11
Kaisaa Cty and Om -j, at y '
wo .-K.t '. J K-u tot.ur i'ii'.nuis' i;-t
l-.il -i 1 I'., Is. It. I r-nsi.L?!v rvvs'tu
ti. u-tk--l (r ! I. Kt.t!!j't i.t-'i'-M'ulit
v.kns- tif tu.i'.in.iti t l l.il -r
V.O tlMMVM-n, Usiktin' 1- t.UA i.i'Ksl
t'...!'.ii 1 I-. II It. I .'.:! tU .i t.-t
tl.o t'l'H.I. k u's vi h iv :'. - tiijn,
ti. rv, ry . ix iu.ki. ttk UmmI
I'urv ikii 1 riU, nlv,- tlts r-Vcu tW rivU ' VLl anivat, the
i.i-.ss ,a 11.XVHU.. I.. I. IV. le luisnt. mii.. uttkt,tuit 1 Ui.-. I
...(- I! I ,..iH... ... . L. 1 ...
iu!ly U't'l for ;' Jt-ar. twU l
IH-r I.ki t".'l t tru fcCori'w. V' i
i.ic it i i;i. nm: !'il I t. I t'..i!is i
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d ;e sst cut ni uii
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We want sestiic y-j.ir
M it ti U'... t -'i .1 1 1 1 ' y wnt'a - vuhi t .k.
.... .. , -,w t j v-iiuii.-s u. tc irvn! - nu r j We can c'l it j'.ivktr
speeil un.Sav in t'u city wiihr.is'. , , ,1
ps.et. Dr. aad Mrs. U l. k.u. ,. -, -LU u ,4., u..; r. .
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