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WE DO KNOW
Tli.it we gumantce you perfect satisfaction
n all jolj work done M the Tiiinu.NK.
perfect JJ.'it- ,
WE WANT YOU TO
That we can g-iarantee you
(,- oa all j'.b work done tt th T i awns.
lllClJ HILL, M IMSPUUI. TIIUIlOAT, RUPT TIM II Kit 18, IVOH.
DR. G. N. SHARP,
And MaiiufAC-tiirer of
Family KeiJtierilea. t t
At thin tu'iiHon we mum look to
our liimn-dlate ikw iU.
Stoiiwuh troiil.l, nnd miliaria,
rlilll and tmwel troultle nn preva
lent. I'w ItKiKSTINi: fort lie utoiuiirli;
8WKKT TOXIC for i-MIU, nnd UK
IJHF, for Thine tented reine-
rtli Imve cured other, they will cure
you. Try them.
JAMIIS E. KOnllltTS,
I am prvrmrvd nnd nUc to cry your
wilt-H. no unit tor how srr-ertt or how
Klunll. I w ill mive you inoiny nml
can prore It. Sirnr New !t! M
thllie h ;;.! it, llli-h Hill, Mo.
Buy Vour NEW Goods of Us.
V w ill buy. wll or (-xi-hAnge wo
nnd hnml frooiU. Also hare a rslif
Hue of Tluwnrv. Clnnxwnro. Cooklnjc
L tonnlln. etc. Furniture retlnUhed.
AH work done neatly and promptly.
A1X). HTOVK l( TAIHIXa A M'KtlAI.TT.
W. JK. JUW1) Ae OO.
Kirk liulhUnir, North r.th St.
IUch MIU, - Mlaaourl.
UIMAGL KCtSC CKIG STORE
Ilt'Y VOl'K rilKFUMES UKl'.E
Wi, Cakli PALM UK'S Cci.kkhatku;
Pkkh mi., hik ekv I'kt mahk.
dainty In diUfii.
Out of the 75 model
you will iun-ly find
one to eult you. '
Try a pair If you
want a jx-rfix-t form
Wt have tlii- Um
pire, silrxtl.. Hh.li
Front, or any stylo
you waul Kevery
corx t gunrMiittvd.
PRICE 35C TO $1.00,
S. L. AMES, Prop.
DO YOU WANT
A Check tor $5,000?
If You Do, Enter
The Kansas City Worlds
K-nl 1M nnd you will rwlve
tlu liitly World for os j'oir
end tli trlvIU-Kf of thrrv -tl-liiut-M
tn. on the total voto
ciht lor nil thi rHinlMute for
tiovoruom In tin' atatoaot Ku
mot. NVIirnnka nml Mlnttot.i,
Novciulu r, 4.1i.
5,000 in Cash.
f KM (, thrrrto.il l'TViil'lt from
(l.M to fl,!1'. tVrtlnVnU-
iiii.Mcd for nlU-iliiiiUi'.
, . r 1 tv-"' ',,-:i;
otra for I ,1S . . 7:ii.:?.o
Other a tars J . . sX. v:i
Svml your aulvwrlptlou nnd
tlumt to Tin' Kii.i tlty
World, or h'iivo thrm nt tha
oltUv f this puhlUatloti
WANTED A TBfSTWOBlHY
gentleman or lady in each county
to manage businrsi lvr an old es
tablished houwc of solid financial
standing. A straight, bona tide
weekly cash salary of $tS.oo paid
b check each Wednesday with all
expense diiect lrom hcad tailer.
f.oiiry advanced for tspenscv
Manager, jo Caxton HUg., Chi
cao. I ba0 house tor al (or fiom
$150 up to $1000, on ray p
nicnt ami loni time. Come and
cc me. -Gto. P. IKvKtuv.
m LOCAL 1MIEFS. J
l!fd Tut TmM.il.
Get your Job Printing done at
Thr Tribune office.
Mr. L. Lampkin it visiting at
Det Moines, Iowa.
Herman Wehnea left Saturday
night for Olathe, Kant.
Mr. Theodore Tedford of Rich
Hi!!, is the guest of the family of
J. K. Phillips. Marshall Progress.
Mis Kitty Ferguson left Tues
day for Columbia, to attend college
L. H. Milnor and family, of Ar
thur, visited relatives in this city
EiDorado Springs is drilling for
gas and oil. We hope they will
Mrs, Willis Crabb arrived home
Wednesday from her visit to her
daughter, Mrs. Gussie Noble.
Miss Alice Loeb hat an elegant
line ot street bats in all the new
shapes. Call and see them.
A. H. Coopcrider returned from
his trip to the Pyramid Council at
Denver, Tuesday morning.
Thos- Asbury has purchased the
Comer lot just west of his home on
East Park Avenue, Good for Tom.
Ja. A. Hrown, after a short visit
to hi family over Sunday, returned
to his work at superintendent at the
Dun forth coal mine Monday.
The Thibcnk office wis favored
with a pleasant call from J. II.
Funk, the able editor ot the Repub
lican Press, while ia town last Sat
urday. Fall it here and you want a new
street hat. Miss Loeb bas a large
assortment of beautiful new hat,
plain and trimmeJ. See her be
fore you buy.
Capt. John T. liirdeye and hi
good wife entertained the members
of the Vernon County . Mexican
Veteran Association at dinner, at
their recent meetmg in Nevada.
Gov. Dockery delivered the ad
dres of welcome to the M. W. A,
drputie at Jtfferon City Tuesday,
which wa responded to by Post
master J. K. Martin, deputy from
Ri:h Hill, in hi usual felicitous
A. O. Welton, C. A. Denton,
W, C). Atkeson and other prom
nent Ilutler Republicans, and Clark
Wix, Lee Johnson, A, L. Fox, D.
II. Swery. W. S. Steele. C. A.
Lane and all the other Republican
candidates, were at the meeting
V. T. HoUseau, chairman of the
congreional committee, with Mr.
J. L. Duncan of Gunu City, and
Mr. W. II. Nelson ol Kingsville,
' of the same committee, called on
Tub Tiuni'NK last Saturday. They
jail think the outlook for Republi
can tucces excellent.
J. M. l'oicing, postmaster at
Rockville. came over Saturday to
ec his old army fiiend, Col. R. C.
Kerens. lie say there wa a tune
when himself and several bundled
other fellow wanted to see Dick
Kerens worse than anyone rkc on
earth. This was away down in
Aikansas, Ration were scarce and
rebels plenty, but Kerens was on
the road with supplies and liorcing
needed them iu bit business just
then. In spile oi rebels and high
water Kerens "got there, and
Uoreing sayt that bat been bis habit
Whet! once HUthUM w ithin your
ayftti'iu. It rtduiv n niot wonoVr-
fult'ftVt't. It'a worth oik' lnl dol
lar to fvl the pli-aaiir of lifo that
conic t.y taking KiH'ky Moutitnln
Tea. Ak your ilrujrst.
CASH FOlt VOl'K KAKM,
II you desire to sell your farm for
cash, see Prowell & Cook, the
'bustlers." We can sell jonrfairil
.juivkrr than any firm in the coun
ty. We can place your loan, fur
you an abstract, wiite your insur
ance, or do your notary work.
Write, or call at our oilier.
Prow h i. t CtK.
Rich Hi!!, Mo.
THE DIG MEETING.
The Kepublican host were out
in force last Saturday and took the
city of Rich Hill entirely. On ac
count of an accidtnt on the is'uioad,
Mers. Kerens and Akins did not
arrive until after IJ o'clock. but
soon after their arrival the band be
Ran to play and the people assem
bled in the opera houe to bear the
difctiiigoisbt J gentlemen speak upon
the political issues of the day.
Promptly at 2 o'clock, Hon J.
K. Hales, chairman of the town
ship committee, culled the meeting
to order and names Mr. Geo. Tem
pleton chairman of the meetiug.
Mr. Templeton acknowledged the
honor conferred in a short, well
timed address, and introduced Mr.
Frauenthal. of Su Louis, candidate 1
for Railroad Commissioner, as the
first speaker. Mr. Frauenthal made
a short speech and was fallowed by-
Mr. Crai, candidate for the short
term as railroad commissioner.
The chairman then introduced
Col. R. C. Kerens, member of the
national 'committee, who poke to
the people at considerable length, to
the edification of all and the ap
plause accorded him at intervals
thowed their approval.
Chairman Aikrns of the state com
mittee was then introduced, and
made a logical, entertaining and
vote getting speech. He suggested
some misleading statements in the
state Democratic platform at to the
school fund certificates and quoted
from the platform the following lan
!CHOOL FL'S D CERTIFICATES MIS
"Dut as the bond ot the state
were made payable to bearer and
consequently negotiable by mere
transfer from hand to hand, there
was always great danger in holding
large amounts of tnese securities.
Therefore to safeguard the school
fund against the possibility of loss,
the state wisely adopted the policy
of changing thee negotiable bonds
w hen purchased for the school funds
into iion-iircuti able bonds. For
th purpose of distinguishing these
two classes of bonds in the accounts
of the state and in public itports,
thr non-negotiable bonds held for
the school fund have been termed
Certificate of Indebtedness,' but
they are none the less bond obliga
tions of the. state." Democratic
A more untruthful eacuse for
wrong doing than the one contained
in the above paragraph never found
an abiding place i:i the platform of
any political party
first certificate of indebtedness bad
been issued, every bond in the state
school lund and the seminary funds,
had been made non-negotiable; and
its assignment, transfer or hypothe
cation absolutely prohibited bylfg-
islative enactment. Not only were
the bonds then in the school and
seminary funds made non-negotia
ble, but all bonds thereafter pur
chased for lhee fundi were in bke
manner to be tendered non-nrgotia
hie and their transfer or assignment
,n act ot the General Assembly,
apptotcd April lth, lS;, con
tair the following provision!
t'Whcieas, There are in the cus
tody of tho state treasurer, two
thousand and nine bonds bc-ioning
10 tl.e school fund, and one bundled
and twenty two bonds helor.gu-g to
the seminary fund, of the aggrvgate
value ol fj.ri ,co, exclusive 01
attached coupons and ;
' bereas, A pruJrnt ie'ar-1 to
fit t.o'r..kl. t.f tl... k..,ti- tfiisri.K
, : i..
lllill H IIIIUUI l.lllllt Ulltl ivv,,-t
tit v. or otherwise impairing their
validity the negotiation, transfer
h pothecation, or other misuse of
the bond aforesaid be presented
The first section of said act pro
sides that, "The Slate Hoard of
Education, by the Pitsident,
shall cause to be written or stamped
upon the face of each of s,-id bonds
and coupon the word and figures
a follows 'This bond is a put of
tl.e public school of the State cf
Missouri, and cannot le assigned,
negotiated, transferred or bspothe.
caud by any nUcer cr acut of this
state, nor by any oihet person 01
Done by virtue ol an aet of the
General As mblv, appit se J Apnl,
The same wciJ aa-J I .'ci lutt
written or stamped across bon is and
coupons in tt.e serr.inry fundi, ex
cept id lieu ol th word, ''Public
School PunJ,' tb word ''Semi
nary Fund," were Mi'niituieJ.
Section two providti tftat ''all
bonds hereafter ac'iuircd by ti.e
State Board of Education, lor tl.c
'use of either of said funds, shall
immediately, upon Iheir acqui-i'ion
have written or stamped upon thtm
by said board the same inscription."
The act of iS;9 above quoted,
brands as a falsehood the declara
tion contained in the Democratic
platform lh.it the certificate were
issued to "safeguard the school fund
against the possibility of losti."
Missouri once bad a splendid
school fund, splendidly invested;
1 1 ... . -
10 ,nc P'ess " jugg-mg im
"te fur,d, Pcrs,i!led in twecty
Ly an unKiupuiout po.uica.
machine, that splendid school fund,
so splendidly invested, has bctn
converted into a debt.
The certificate f indebtedness
represent a school fund destroyed.
Tbey are evidences of debt con
tracted iu manner and form net au
thorized by the constitution and
have no earthly value.
At the close of Mr. Aikens ad
dress the meeting was adjourned to
At 7:30 the peop'e were called
together by music by the band, and
upon being called t3 order, Chair
man Templeton introduced "Fire
Alarm" Flanegan, who entertained
the audience a only Flanegan car,
for more than two hours. If side
splitting laughter and unstinted ap
plause indicate a pleased and p
picvinp audience, then Flachgan
ought to have been one of the best
pleased orators we ever beard. The
people will never forget tome of his
telling bits and body blows on the
tariff as well at other questions
Everybody says "Come again,
This closed one of the most suc
cessful meetings ever held by the
Republicans in Rich Hot. The
Contnessional and County Centra!
Committees mtt during the after
noon in Odd Fellows hail and trar.s
ac'ed the business for which tbey
were called together and found the
campaign moving along tmoo.hly
am! very satisfactory.
t)ur Iriends at Tabervilie bad
made .large preparations for a big
meeting in a splendid gioe near
j by, and but for the ram ou the d.y
( before and the unusual cold for
1 early September, would base bad
an immense umbering cf the peo
ple, and as it w as, a goodly numt'cr
were present on Friday, Sept. 1J,
and weic entertained by speeches
from Geo. P. Huckel y, candidate
lor late senator, and the candidate
for presiding judj;c, who said if
elected he would not bivic out 111 the
brush, but would attend 10 the bu-i-ness
of the county in ti e court
house in Osceola, and i( atirstd
and sent to prison be would take
bis medicine like a man. He ouij.t
to be elected, for in the keeping el
such a mn St, Clair county nut
ter would be fa'uly, safely and
About all the Republican candi
dates were present and all talked to
the people in a vote getting way.
We met a nam! tr of old acquain
tances, among the numttr, G.
llusscv, G. C. Smith, L. II. li.K-is,
and J. W. SunJciwitih. N-twi;h-
1 t'.atuiins ine wcaiaer, uken .i 111
all, the meeting was a success and
w ill be long rcmembereJ.
We otter One Htindrvd IVi!'.ar la
w arl t'r ny cmisj of Catarrh that
cannot li curs-.! t-y lli.lt Ctarr!t
F. J. C1U1NKV A UV, T.'kslo, si.
We, the uiulers-ijtiH-d, have kro.mu
F, J. t honey lor the bt l.'i srar.
And ! lieve hlul -rfee'lly lavral V-
lu all Iu1ihm4 irai'i-a. t!.n-. rtn !
fliiau laliy nhle t.vvisrry iut n:iy e l,
luitttmia Uin.le liy t ti. tr tirm
Wist A Tm v, W tiobv-Kk' I'ruiii;'.-'.!..
Wai I'lsi., Ki 0 a XI 011 is, V h.,.;,v
s.de lrui:.tt, Tok'd.v. t,
ll.iU t itari h Curv U takvit l'U - r -
unity, iu ttn,; dirvoily upon the M.-k!
and istueu; suit a.s f ttie vt. u
iiii.-iiLtU w nt lie. l'tt.v T.'
l r ...nk s..M hy mU iiu;;m.
Halt 1 al::'1 1'liU ths' l" i
Mr. ! V. (W lsnl 1 Vlt Ktt!.
ns m-jm.j.j. trissi.-.rir-r-.j:-"!1iO'i to l.tr r.:e
aniri.rlw hwt W"i-j,J.-sy ,y
pin ol to KsiiM 1fy b-I ptMsrl
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W. J:. tx.ic ::.,r V, t
iri tnv wlilh t x:tt In" V.ik Frt t
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1 n;'i i' n.in crur :i ..1 ;tr rrr
e of rUtlv mid a f-w
Tb-. you uk ii"t w-IlkBow a ;
her. Mr. "a3Jw.-n U mxn&T A
th flurr y L'j'ii?.-r Varl 4 tbU city
n. U hf?t.Iy r.:i- t.-I an! tbor-,
o i.-hiy eotiiifum vault man. j
M.Htf K!ii-ntK? M tMf flaBS'JWT Jf j
Mr. an-1 Mn. Job I Klurjipp an-1 U
on of Kk'h IK"' f i1.rrt aa-3 iao1
eiftwrijfI rouni laji".
Mr. and Mm. ttildwt-U wtnt to i
Olorado for a Lott Wflliui trip, 1
1... 1 .1 . .11. ... . . t i 1 . . 1
. ... , , . .
Inn Tcn;r"K, with thvir bowt of
friudu, ext.-U'l eLj:ratui.-itioii ani
b-t wli-lim for a life of Laj viw
Hood- S vsearingea .
A very pn.-t.ty hiivm- wp-lJIjjg took
pi aw at Mr. S. W. IV II' a, eat oi
-Mtl. lat (Sunday evenlDjr. Tbe
coritracllcs iarti'- be't Ml
Mau'la Swearisgva and Wr. Jo.
Hcmj'I. Iloth ar! well kaowa and
joju!ar youn ix-ojW. Only tt
lwiociilate rvlativti.- were prw-t-ct to
wltiijs the cervmony itriorLvi by
I'V. Brutitfr iA Sj-rair'j-.
The bride was atUrv-J In a da!iity
white cot-tuuw. whllt? tle groom
wore the convt-iitS jtiiil bla':k. Mb-
Ji-rie Copel-anl and Mr. VI-; tor St.
Oalr were attcudant. Tli bou,-e
was lit-autiuI3y d.vvrated ia gvl&n
ro-I and cut Howm
After the ctn uiony the gpjtt-t were
tti-Uf rwl Into the tliain rttora wht-rt
dainty nrrvhnientji w-re K-rrt.-d.
Mr. and Mr. Hood w iU make tbeir
home in Mvi. The Tcjiiok, with.
their many IrU-nd, txtvn-I touyrat
ui.itioiw. Archibald Rhea Dead.
Mr. Archibald I'.ha. who hii l-n
hick for wvt-rai wci'i,, divd at Ll
home in thia city last Sunday, S j.t
lttli. The Ji-ctvl w born Justed,
Isi. In lVnali'iuta county, Wt
Virrluiju lame to MioKonri ia
and tirt K-ttii"t ia Lislntoa Co.
JoiutM the M. I- Churxb, Sviutb, In
IWl, aii'l rvmalm-d a faithful ium-l-r
of K,t:n to the date of hi.s d-ath.
The l.!v- w shiiJiH-.! t KiiivHie,
Mo., f..r t':'.rial. Tli' ln-rvavi-1 latu-
Uy have tho hvi;:pathy of a:L
Mtx Am-ts of T!e lktxaar, w I'd not
have one day of uiUHat-ry t.i-nlrgaa
fi ha former! v had. h'it w (!1 hare
i-.ie lirar.-l ,j.-ui:iir In idTmlns; to
day aud eoiitinuia: till Christina.
Call and cv tie cU-;rant line of tall
hat, triiauiln aiid drvs gKKi.
aiwj the Vnvaut.if-.i!ct;i:ia (it rxvived
The cvi'y l.uer gets the ba:gin
and we Lve the bargains to oflcr
Our stocw is now so enlarged that
we can only give jou an outline of
o.ir goods. l'ut we want uu 1)
know thst wchiic just leccised a
latiic and entirely new hue ol dress
g jjds, dtcss bnii-.gs.draps'ties. table
linens, furniture lii.-tge and cors!s,
and lad.es furttisbieg g -.!s. We
have the t'.cw weaves in the ZiKt
I.I.M, Hnnw touo and Ft ASM I ,
VhKV i s Sh.ik and TAirtrA aks
liij VlLKI. An eU'gant hue ol
W.VisrtNo an 1 w list pil'.eru ;n
t!ic f.cvv dev. and Cs!vr f.T even-
i!.g or dy wtAr.
, ben t;.e utw
cotton g:od f.r v.'';'pers, dresiag
a.;-'CS ::d Wl:., .t.ii.,i i:d
KlSV 1'ili.si! s:. 5 O.lt.C' cl.l! .
Oal Li". e o5 I'n'etwcar a:'.J Ho
it comj .e'.ff.
e canoot en uniet sic all our bar
"jisjs, but call and e u and we
w.ll 'V.. -v j--u."
T! en sshile you
aic Ijokiog ) t'4
ctu eai1) sweet
s'l-tln i f r.:uic
box, "The Csiu-t
.S. l Avis,
Mi. Dr. Mel'.k of HsfiSou, vvs
the gue ot Ms I Ja Ciit- tie
la'tcr past ol list week.
Mr. W.llis Cr! l e;il to south.
Mi.'uri ljt wt.V
:ie be 1
, cud sevsii't weeks
F lit si. ni
S: -il. s
I I a i ; u
I tsl i. WvUJJ
l.-e 1 '....d t' j.
to J!h, Js.! 1
. At I '
to 11, A.-;..-l J j an
3 it a t s
Os'.i 't' tst
Is). 11,. I
1, As' t.
tittyxix ststionsry at tti cf- iWMtwf Trrmm.
Mrs. Jw, Fs'ter wtoi to n'Eoiroa Tbj' k:
II Mr . f ... .n 111 I "jf ! ft FT 9
wear or dress. M s Loeb ca clea !
" , ,
Mr. If. C. Ernrrce
cer caagitcr, ilrs. v. a.aer s.arT, 1
Normsri, 0"!. j
ssaf.t a wm tres'Tj
su-rivn.tr.i u.u m .
j A S'ge dtj;'ioa ef Ekii If "
pecj.e were vfvts ta Kt C-'J
il jrv.'a v, on ccta2t ot te A. O.
O. D. AovtTss, tf.e Vraa ttt-
pper tr.sa of L'w cr.y, wa as
tr,e city iattrcay tak;r.j in c g
A. A. C. D. Pa.-kef.
aJ H. C Siarjles were ia a'.lea
Jar.ce it tbe Eepcllkaa ra"y !ar
Dr. B:;rgeT pasted througli ti
a, from a visit to Lit Sa'Jh.er
Jirs. Kirg Stark, cf '(VarreEsltir,
is in the c:!y vis-tirj her parent .
Mr. aaJ Mrs. Jiha S. Cra'g. asd
J. T, Weather, a goirg iota the
hp b-asiress. At least be recti
eJ quite a frsi West Ils.a a
fiw days ago.
II Fasme Moore, who bt
been risking the family of W. K.
Rover, returned to ber borne at
H. C. Moore'a ttore t Nerada,
wis burg.'jnzed to the extent cf
Si. 50 Monday tight. A former
porter named Pace was arretted as
W. K. Royce and family will
soon take cp their residence in Kan
si City. Tbeir elegant torr.e here
sra! be occupied by their son EJ
R. Fii.!ey Smiley preached at the
CbriiLaa church Sunday morning,
ar.d at the Walnut Street M. E.
church Sunday evening, to the edi
fication cf large congregation at
Mis Mayme Wallace, one cf
Hume" popular yourg ladies, and
A. J. Wa;;"er, a prominent real es
tate eleiler cf Adrian, were married
at the tone of the bride' parents
ia Hunse, last WedoeJay night
J. C. Eisir ol Kausas City. Mrs.
S. L. Statk and M; El.xabeth
Ketr.s, of Pennsylvania, and Mis
Emma Juhnson of Rich 11. V., were
guests cf Mrs. Cecil, a Blair and ber
daughter. We Jr.esJay. Lees Sum
J. K. Martin and C G. liaractt
wrtit ta Ji!2cici City Moaday
it git to take part ia a meetmg ot
the leaders ot the Modern WshxI-
t;:e:r cf Airer'.c to il.Kun the tt-
serve tuiij plan noi under consiJ.
erati.-n b) the order. lirtter let
well t:'.i.c;ii Lik.
5V- tcics of laud sit; mile tooth
of E.L)iaJ- Sptoifc, Mo., to ex-cha.-e
f.-r smaller larm a:Jd csh
d t'cie;is"e. Price l4.Svv0.1x. moit
g jijt ;.ooo.oo, due in 4,' i jer,
jHrcet.t, W. li.
llaJv Stir.s, Mv. Jt
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! a tew v5 a --j cf the ucfrtui.at
uiti.UI 'oud.uoa of Cap!. T. C.
Copelaud. A short time ago we
ruct b nt in ltut'er and thought biui
1 mutually emhusi at:c over bu;t.ess
1 prospects and pensioa matters, but
. 1 ,
knots. ?, b.s reculiatitie in this re-
spect. !.:.. thooht to bear of lis
Leie.g taken to the asvlaiu at Ne
va.fa in less than two weeks after
we v.ct biui, Capt. Copelatisl w s
it;wJ hearted, co.iviviat man ws)
1 vej hi a ft. :! aad would Vtop at
it 'i.':ii' ; to tasor them. We hs'pe
Ins tivu'. lf is but tvmtsiaf.
Iwoklit ! ina sell ) 0U loj acre of good
ia ib.Mil'od fsr fi.oo. i;o acres for $j yt
jpeFaoe; oo v,rvs ('r $iao per
acir, onc-Si.t st au-J t.me ou ti-
ancv J aii4 r'ipj acre ol i::.vrot .l
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VvJ 4V CJh f.-.r the hi;(.ji!in'Lli
W.' N.i !.i'. tot t.me or ii'.uc
t on t' c t a'.iii.c, lU-tui iaveati
t t't t. ce s i :.r!i.
ti- U Aim vss.x,
G!i-:.!.slj, K .1,
Deaf Sr -Il'.v;r j tht trJ.t
J liatM b 'ttn where it fctJrtj,
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r'r pubr.cation thjt soma
tiur. aj-s i went to Dr. J-sarp in
j-er txf f.'S rceg.t vcir.e ot hit
fa my family, whici $'.,! all th Dr.
c'a.T. J l-jt a.
5'- cgs re.'ve feea.1. g-.t tick
,4311 J,e ir
aied cr. cf sr. ni ft'.c-s be
mzA.ll x'-t9 rr.-t t-r :hn. H . r:;T
sra. -I wi'l-.'i sr v y yt Srf
c-' a lei I fir t.t -bv4 O'lvl.t.'
r-xA f ,r tsun wis g-.j L:t tsr.
1 tcgi.? V--Z iJr- r i(e
be! t' jet hex aa-J to-day they are
ali-e a&J well at.J t; fjr il j
h'.-g are e-sr wrti wilca
I tt,z.ivf X ttd I? Dt.
ta-i m Ua cl fc'i-s d ni tl: i.iT.is
way. I I'M h.r ha! I haf
ci.erf."'j recya.ms4 Lr. S'rsrp't
Ite..ef tt y c L-l-g tr.s-.r Ls
ily or ttck xjs.'-it i :.i a.-.y -di
sease f:r wh-cb iLe liil t! It recent-
Jfew f Letter friss Eieltassy.
Ew tom. Taisv 1 z
We cs il
about a week t wei.1. lite." fiat
wa not rjaite vo thoeoc2i.'y imiS-
ed tri-Ji darrpOieM a tit w ha.J
been fcavirg. For a L.t, It eea:e 1
that all one bad v d-a wa ti f -kit
op a kasdlai of air s-aeeze it
and get a shower cf rala.
It wa grand weather foe grat
and weed. Little per cf era
gras that a thort tia: ; were Bt
larger than a cantbiic nee tie. btrm
spread over nearly a sjuare yard tf
fccld or garden.
We Lave cut oar crop c!
com and gt;t a whole s.ick. Th
chicken and pig fcatir g g'jttta the
bentfit of the tweet corn that gel
toa haid for roasting ear bef ore we
had time to eat it. We have icft
the fodder ttaailr.g la L Id cp tie
buckwheat we towed ia it the I. it
time wt cultivated it, foe the t Clie
nt of the beet and to remind us of
our bovtosxl day bck in oM Vir.
g;nia. And by the way, a f.-i.-;l
bas prom:sed us 100 of Simon
pore buckwheat (P.o-ssf f-;r r.eit win
ter. (Llut don't tell Ga!.c or be
will te for boardlcg with u as long
as it Ustt.)
We base our second or seed crop
of closer cut and in cock waiting
patiently for I tie thresher. The
longer the thresher iU;i away the
more it still rot, and the tuore it
rot the mere teed we will get cut
We ate putting up our praiii
hay now. Got iiht tJn 10 the
rick Saturday and tave about lo
ty acre more cut, a.ul hope lor a
few good ha diss for our
cpccut benefit. Whctt ow;n
wdl be in full b 1 j 3 s ia a ivw d.t;i.
C. A. E.nt.
The Date Ch.tugd-
Cl.atou't l.g burgoo fcstital and
street fair will u.t coaiatence uut.l
Tuesday, September JJ, aad w:ll
coutinue five dajv the jot'a aai
Octsbcr t. i, 3. and ,,
The date as picv.ou.siy aunouuc
ed were Septe-a.her to jj. kul
the cocnm.itce i .utij tlit they cnuhl
I not secure the tight kla I ot altrac-
tiius lor those '.e. Everylhisi
i mosir. a'on mcely a.id with
plcasaut weather the attjlr will be
an iuimeuse Kicce-s. The vatiou
ub-,oiuai'.ttce ae peifottu.a thcr
v-ii ova tnorou;! mantle
ing ben H le!l to el
tsucUUtt (. ouseoi 1011.
There w.'l be tclJ l lijiUr, S.,.
ur-.lay. Sept Joth, at 1 : 30 p. in. , in
the count court house, 4 u: iss con
vention of ti: Sociahvt . f 1.1 a e
s'outy, for the purpose of ii..ii,'.ti-5
ing County tisktt and t;ji -.. t . ;J
soth Ot.er Ula'teis a if 1 pr .; ri y
Come tetore the Coi'.seu'.;-o. t.seiy
Susij'ol hi the t.irfnry ai' 1 I - . ia
ss -c.t'h 1 w ;'h the 11 ... ..,..' at v
vtre J tJ ts p. s