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RICH HILL, MI8KOUIU, TIIURHIAT, JAXCAiaT . IVM)3.
ron 7 YEARS
Our Business Has
Gone Steadily Up.
M.ili f'l mm. arm in'.
and Right Pricesj
This year we have added a
line o( RACKET GOODS
Best 25c Ladies' Mittens toe
Best quality enameled coflee
pot, 3-qt. worth 75c for 49c.
5c tack for 3c.
5c handkerchiefs. 3c.
The Purest and Best
Drugs at Right
Prices. : : :
OPERA DRUG AND
Opera House Building. Rich till!
D. B. IllCKtY, Prop.
One family move out an J ani
other 0ovei in.
Rev. V. T. !lr w quite tick
Monday night and could not attend
The Thuum.'s telephone i No.
31. Send ut tiie local new bf
Miss Leo it a Oliver returned to
her home in Jefieron City Monday
nitsht. after a pleasant visit with
Rich Hill friend. What will Ben
da now ?
The Salvation Army i doing
rtvl ork at the Walnut Street M.
L Church. Fouiteen were at the
alter both Sunday an J Monday
nichtt. and many were converted.
A general eainestnes stem to per
va !e the crowded house each night,
Mr. Geo. O. Circle, living jut
southeast ul the iiy. w rt ported
last week quite Uk, i now report
ed to be slow ly imposing. Theie
it nothing harder on him than 13
have to stay in dor and keep quiet
Jong enough to be nght tick. Hit
f 1 tend hope to ee him out toon.
A peculiar disease rem to be
pln)ing havoc with the horse in
ttu vicinity judging by last Mon
day cae. 11. I. Janie had a
dtlisri) hir-e to die right u.!denly
Sunday iiijht. a Ml. ISurchcr of
Mmc 14, had a horse taken sudden,
ly kick on the tiect and was hauled
oil to die, and A. C. Cate had one
t diop suddenly on the street.
The trouble i uppoed to afiect
List Your TroperiT Now.
If )ou desire to dispose cf your
farm, let me sell it for you. If ou
want to exchange it for good laud
in western Kansas, and get three to
six acre lor one, I will mike an
tti..it to do to. I wilt be at Hotel
Lr in Adiian, Mo., Jan. 151 at tht
Meichanta Hotel in Kith Hill, Jan
it'., W. O. Alkeson' La Othee in
Butler. Jan. 17. Come in on the
sh vt date and list your property,
or writ mf, giving full description,
pi ue and term. I think I can till
or tachange your faun for you if
the ptue i light. Cheap transpor
tation to Wcsiera Kansas Jan. jo,
L. B. AlKIKkOX,
J LOCAL imiEFS.
Head Tut Thihum
Ben Ca'dwell hai returned to
school at Jacksonville, Illinois.
The Farmer' Home Restaurant
is headquarter for candy, nut and
Rev. Wesley Lattin 1 Iow!y
getting better of hi recent severe
Leo Loeb, after hi holiday visit
to home folk, returned to Columbia
college Sunday last.
Go to the Farmers' Home Res
taurant when in the city, and you
will find it O. K. for lunch, or
Kay. C. A. llcdrisk preached at
the Christian Church Sunday morn
ing and evening very interesting
Mr. Mary Dnscoll and Dr. I).
Haddock were adjudged insane last
Friday by Judge Silver, of the pro
The Bazaar i selling holiday
toy at greatly reduced rates. Now
it the time to get bargain for the
I have house for sale for from
$100 up to $1000, on easy pay
ment and long time. Come and
ee me. Geo. P. Hicileby.
j Mir Maggie Hughes, after the
holiday visit to. her familv and
friends, returned to her school du
I ties at Columbia, last Monday.
Mr. S. L. Ames at the Bazaar,
it reducing stock to invoice. If you
want holiday good, millmery ot
chinaware at lest than cost, call at
44 acre in Camden county. 3?4
mile from county seat, to trade for
team, waeort and harness. -If,ou
jwantthi call at once. Fkowkix
At the Bazaar Mr. Arae is sell
ing millinery at les than cost. Bar
gain plenty lor a few day. Come
and get more than your ntonevt
Ed Crabh will oon move to town
and occupy the G. S. Weather
property. We understand that Mr,
Weather and his son, Wilson, will
remove to their farm.
Don't fad to patronize the mer
chant who advertise in Thk Tai-looe
BUNK. They have the goods you
want and w ill sell it to you at fair j
price and save you money. J
The Cowles.McK.Vben Mercan-1
tile Co..edit. one whole page of ouri
paper thi. werk. They speak Ker"" r'1.v- 1 he man who j
right out alH.ut merchandise and j maikeJ out the line of success tor j
tell you rlainly wh.t they have toj,,e Rovernment in cur g.et rcltl-
.ell, why they w ant to tell it, and ,
the ptiie they will
for and save sou money
the big ad.
Mr. John Silvei entered upon
hi dutie a probate judge January
1st. and It taid by those who hive
seen bint, to preside with at much
dignity a an old hand at the busi
ness. He is bom Rich Hill and
like all the otlicial' Rich 11.11 has
given the county, he will do bit
duty faithlully at the law direct.
John Silvert it a good man for the
Sonic time after one o'clock Mon
day night, the home of Mis. Scol-
lar, near the southern limits of the
city, took Cue and was ent.icly con-
... .1. .
turned w mi ait it contents, esct uiijn.
some bed clothing and a tew chans.
The property wa lately bought bv
Mi. Scollar and her on Joe, ho
had but lecently finished piiig for
it. The h.ss come heavily on
them, but fortunately they had been
wise enough to carry iiisutance,
which will help them out that much.
And now it it Recorder Lisle,
and F. Coleman Smith i hi de
puty. The recorder' cilice will be
run al tight, notwithstanding iit
intense Dunouacy. We have
known Lisle a long time and it
theie ia a man i.t Bate county that
deseive well of hit paity, he is one
of them. We hope wble he it 111
othce he w ill be ahle to rcsvup his
fjriun and go into the bunking
business when bi Icnn it ended, il
.Mr. John Frank lru
John Frank wa born in Welling
en, Germany, Sept. ty, 1S27, and
wa married in August, 1833, and
with hi wife he came 13 America
in 1 S3 1 . and to Bate county, Mo.,
in 1 S 7 1 , and to Rich Hill in iSy. .
He wa the father of Mis. Augu-t
aud Julius Elgert of this city, Mis.
C. B. Wilson of Metz, and Charlta
Frank of Sprague. Mr. Frank has
been kick for a long time and die 1
last Sunday night, Jan. 4, of asthma
and resultant dropsical tiouhlr.
Ths funeral took pi ice from the
Gtmiaii Lutheran church Tuesday
afternoon conducted by Rev. J:hn
Schaa, the pastor, of which church J
Mr. Frank wa a revered and faith
ful member all hi life. His fath
erly consideration of his family, hi
wise connsel in his church and his
usefulness a a citizen will 'org be
missed and kindly remerr.bt red by
those who knew him best.
Gov. Dockery'a Wile Dead.
Mr. Mary E. Dockery, wife of
Governor Dockery, died at the ex
ecutive mansion in Jefferson City,
early New Year' morning, from
heart trouble. She wa a native cf
Missouri and one of the best of the j
state nroduction. She was born
March jr.. S4S. an d married Dr.
Alexander M. Dockery April 15,
iS'kj. She wa the mother of ei
children, all of whom died in in
fancy or early youth.
She always took a deep hiterts!
in the success of her husband and
wa hi constant companion and as
tistant in hi official duties, and
doubt'ei ber counsels materially
aided in promoting aV.d preserving
hi deserved popularity with 1 1
The ympathy of the people t f
the Hate without regard to party, go
out to the Governor in his deep
affliction. A madel wile and
Christian, he ha gone to the re
ward that crown the life of all sveh
and kheds a halo cf glory all arou: d
the American home.
,Iele Kentuu Fremont,
Jessie Benton Tremont, anothti
one of the nul.lv gteat women of
the I'nited State, died nt hrr home
in Los Angclos, Califoniia, Sunday,
Dec. iS. Itjoj. She was the danuh -
ter of Thoma H. Benton, the
! greatest man Missouri ever had and i
of the greatest that ever trod the j
J hall of legislation in this country. 1
She was the w ife of another ne 1
of the country greatest tiicu, J.hn
Ch,lc Fremont, the tirvt candidate
(or he PUlency nominated by the ;
hon h,ch 1 Luic-.n alu r-
scll it to ,ouiw'J '"oweii. Mil. riemoni in-
1 ttm .1.14 ht., ut It..,- 1. 11., tn
a remarkable degrre and was a
maiked example of the faithful
wive and loyal ntothetsol Ameiic.i.
tier on, like the sons of Julia
Dent lrant, ate terv ing rtuir emm-
tiy ano ineir generarion jusr us
would be expected of the children
of such mothers.
Walnut Street M i: t'linri It.
Revival service will be conduct
ed at thi church by a brigade of
the Salvation Army every evening
at J: "u' 'very afternoon at j
during the week. On Sunday the'
will li.dd services at 1 1 a. m., at 3
M the afternoon and at 7 in the even-
Everybody cordially invited.
W. T. PU IS, Pastor. J
How a This? j
We oft. r Oim llniivir.1 1 s. .H.ins 1- ,
vvnrd fur any rw f t'titnarli tti.it ;
eunitot l"s- cutvd by Hull' I'litaarh j
F. J. Flir.NP.Y A OK. I'r.'i .
V, ttie liiulr!:n.t. Inivo known
F. J. t IifiM'y fur t ! I.t j'uf,
hii1 l In v t liini jM-i lm tly li.m.ii.il !
In all t uhIik-ws t riM.-jt. linim Mid
nnmiilnily ablt to enrry nut any
i.M! rttltm ma b by ttit tr flnn.
Wist i Tt at.VYhnW.tif lriij;tti.
V oim;, Kinmn 4 XI i.n is. Whulf
an 1 I'rilKKtata, 1'ilis!,i. 1 1.
Ilu'.l t iita.vili fun- U t. t. i
tialtv, UiK silrxt t!v i i-.-n tn- I !,h I
ais.t mm ui tuif.uvi tit ll.f .It ni,
I'iUv TV i-r ImttW. Sold by ell
l'ru;it. TisstlmtiiitnU fi'.
llU J'atu'.ly Fill am the U t
;t )"ur Ji.h Ji ri'rg dne at
The Thint'KK office.
Nathan S. lirown wa in the city
last Thursday lootinr. after tusine
Mr. Geo. O. Circle U reported
qijite dangerously ill with Bright
When you want a good meal, cr
lunch, go to the Farmer Home
Rev. Jone and wife, of Butler,
came down Monday for a visit with
j Rev. I'ylct and family.
CItde Cooperider, who h a been
visiting hi parent, returned to bi
work at Indianapolis,' Indiana, last
F. H. Coughlan, of St. Joseph,
afur a short visit w-itb the family
of his sister, Mr. S. L. Ames, de
parted on his return home Monday,
by vy of Ft. Scott.
We have heard the name of I, N.
Mir.ion favorably mentioned a a
prospective candidate for city mar
shal next April if he can be induced
to make the race. He would make
a good marshal and dd hi duty.
On the following date the Mis
vuuii l'acific Railway will sell one
colonist ticket to Indian
a and Texas, at greatly reduced
j'ati - s, Oct. 31, Nov. 4 and iS. Dec
5 ar.ii Jin. t ana 10. r to. t ano
' . ' I 1. . W . . . .-
1 , April 1 and 31.-
IA. J-A J l-AI
Harry Hire and b sister. Mist
Ida, rt turned to Kansa City last
Friday, after spending the holiday
with relative and friends in thit
citv atid vicinity. Harry will at
o lce resume hi dutie with the firm
0f Burnham, Munger 1 Co.. one of
t'.ie largest establishment in the
c;,v. Hrty' friend hereabout
ate alway glad to bear ot hi
Adoif Loreni, "the great Au-
ituan surgeon with o!t, trong
; hand," is the subject Ol a very wel
come paper by John Swain in the
iJatiuaiv McClures. It is a story
j t at wii! I.e read by many thankful
;p;,icnt, rub and poor, the country
i over the story of the greathearted
1 briiefact r of bttle children, who
1 bean life a a poor farmer Ud.
j There is an excellent explanation of
! Dr. Lutein's lainou operation, and
: of just tiovv he perforiis it, with tie
a.d oi.lv of In own oi S.ty tttcngth,
when ilcr sartreons have to rely on
s;t cially devised apparatus.
Ftrt lrebjtrrtn Cbareh.
There will be preaching service
nrtl Sunday at II a.m. and 7:30
l'vermeeting Thutsday 7 -.30 p.m.
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.
Juoior I'ndravor at 3 p. m.
Senior Lndrasor at 6:30 p. ru.
W. B. CHANCkl-1 on,
Special One Way la I la tea.
On Dec. 16, Jan. 6 and 20, Feb.
A and It. April
T " -"---
7 antl at, the Frisco line will stll !
tickets at one-half taie plus $J OO
to point in Alkansas, Indian Ty.,
Oklahoma, Tcvat, Louisiana and
A MOST MCIRVL OflLQ.
All our l.iriin-r tY.l r abn'.itd te
rt nlat-'f tl t In" unprixtHleutvil ilub
l.in i-fit r v i- UiU v i'r 111 a If. wbWh
to. lu.tt a witlilliU j.ier, TIh IJvo
sttn k In li atnr, It Si-siisl FrtinT"s
liiftllutt' I tUtlniia nn.l tlf Pmiltry
l..ri)it-r ltttM lhrv l.ut.'t,-Ml!.ttta
iv t!. l.-ft i.f ll-lr chow AtuJ khsiuld
In' In wi-ry f.irm toun
To llwiu w e (
..l. for I. .'!. riuity mid si,"i"'st
aovv . ciir ss u !oi r, an t tu.isf ttiej
l'ivi'l 1 lio four tutf rr indy Jl -1
St'V cr la f.ov sv ,i s in ut-li amtt-rlor
t- v.! ins oi ittt-r i.iTrrstt t.r. aiuall
1111 ntnoiiiit tl ini.iiry. Tlw Itirsf js-iH-rs
n.t in.-d, wlil.h we ebiU w Ith our
.wii, iv will kuovn throiuhtiut
ilteWi-at. aiivl c.'tu'.ifc'ud tlH'ln-!vea
to tho rs'iiiliT'a f.v or at. If ultiiitkm
i..iii iiH'iv ui. ution. Tlvu l.lveSt.a-si
I nttlt-ator U tHf nr't HciilturaJ
nUtl'llvit l.xl ivita-r ul tttf Wst.
Ttw r.miiry bitrsm-r la t!je lutsal
jrsi ts--.il ;..tuiu jtJii-r tor thf farm
er. li'.!f 't Ik- Stt i t! Karuwr a In-li
t.ilfl .till.nis nrv tl' inat j-rci. ti i-F
I -i.i.; . m.ota f-.r Uf j-rniioti.u tJJ
j...t I .-,ni.'ti ew-r ul U.!u-t. fulf
it.iun.l ..r .4 tl.u nl.-r, a It j
;.l li.'l t S'-.-t hit a U rt Hum" vu;s .
s.vnivl,- of ttwa -a)-ra toay l vx-ahi'.i.i.-J
by cU'-t t tb'. oft-
7 p F7 T7V
THE I'dUiMlri-rw (4 hav
IrtsaM An pKjuiHiv-l -ojp-aT-l
t w-l re-l-a QiVndar. Tbi talervlar !
i on of tte Cnt ex.mr,-iV A tl :
faruoua CVdrtji; I'rx, whkh es-i
c-iU IltbosTrapb; In lta U-aatiful tift j
tooJ- arid eoh.rin. The twrfre Je J
!sm are original iIitinp ma'!' for
"Socye br AiiK-rica'a V-f51i;? ar
tist, abd rejireacnt aub)r-ta of rvo
erul ncd InsjilrallMtial lLtt ril. The
original of the orve for HweuiUer, for
Itiftartce, (a a mt ex'iuilte pAlut
Ing by the faoou ortli't, J. C Jy
endwker, rrmsfntlng "The Three
Wine Men u. the llnt."
The 8U(XUS.S Candar
will be -nt entin-ly
Fit EE of charg nd
pitpail to any addncMa
on rei3o t.
THE SUCCESS GO.
Dept. S. Vnlvcrslty Eld'. Ws!tn(tMSi.
uon fit, tv Of-
lrn.l'nt on siKtw. Ijt. W4. Mitv
IS. STrvr & Co..vM-UtU SL,Vb
insrton, I. C.
A kw a . Safe
X .... Fkel M
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DR. G. N. SHARP,
And Mannfavetarer of
FamllT lteniediea. : :
Hare jou a conh or are auflt-ring
from a eol.1T If try Ir. Shair
OiUiill AND LlN; I.EMEDT.
Ifyutiare troubli-d tth ia!iytiOB
cr to!iiirh trftutile ui
Fur all pains nJ arls apple
Tlne n-tod 'rvmelUi have eumf
otbt-r. tlr w II cureyoa. Try thvto.
TUMG KOLSL DRIG STORE.:
HFY Yt'l'K 1-EHFt'Vtr HEI'.E
tt'i Caauv PALVtEK'S rcutnaaTrrt
I'tlin MS THE trST BliT Stal'E.
Needle, Shuttle, Bands and O.i.
We boy, k-Il nrn
K;. ftf tr
New Home- Sea Ing Maehtmea
and e.-irry atta !::nrr:t f r n m
r(iinf. Fu.rtt)luTvrvrtnthv- hi.iiim
AMI Tov BlfslKINO a al'SlilstTT.
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Kirk ISutMko. NortliKih St.
Kieb Itllt, - Missouri.
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T- LslUnooiki,, At.
The History Ly Miss
bcan In the November McCLUF.E.S is the
Great Story of
tnrtiV A V. fijtj. H-t t'ry ?. vs ;.t rv3 fa it:
work jA -wia utul s;-:t it--a w t" T -r
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For other Great Features cf 1903
send for cur prospectiLs
2T-th Str-t, V-w Vori., or tsW .f.
TFJIGE EUERY UUEEIL
THE ST, LOUIS
cf Vtt VNorld
0I1E DOLLAR A YEAR
Aimot ejnal to aliallr at tf. ; 'e t-f a flWilr. TH ltwr t-i.-rs.f5tif
rwwn fro;n ail t!.e IVurM -rT TiV'Iir Kri'.sv. .". e-l :..m-rt
Me.rkt JU-i-irl. A srrvat varttx 4 tatr.t;s.s a-1 iaTjn'.T rvasi.sjr
matrrr f..r rvery r-n-i.'j!-r m? tt-e t-nii!. y. I'.vjsaM a .; .r-r .t
Home Juvrv.1. Tjfit r l:tr .r "s ijif'j
lliui roe 'jil cr rival arnucsr U,t'm Nr w -j;-rs aa-J i-Ti.'.
tlx? hasd of every rvnr ANY i-i;":r j..Tj-r.
PRICE BY MALL, POSTAGE PREPAID
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