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It is cominc; time
See us for all
Gomplctc line of
school books and
OPERA DRUG AND
D. QUICKLY, Proprietor
Opera Mouse BIdg. Rich Jill!. Mo.
Painter are at woik on the F. A;
M. Hank building, giving it a bran
Hon. W. O. Jackson, of Hutler,
was in the city last Saturday look
ing after legal business.
Judge Geo. Templclon is visiting
bis brother Frank, court reporter at
buffalo, Mo., over Sunday.
Mr. Abncr Wix i able to be
actively engaged in hi regular rou
tine work, but is not a rugged as
he was even a few years sgo.
Mrs. J. II. Half, and sister, Mis
Ada Reed, returned liom their
summer outing in Colorado, last
Fridav, much refreshed and pleas
ed with their visit.
Mr. Ed Mulkins had a horse
killed on the track of the Frisco
road a few days ago. The animal
was valued at about $ o, for which
Kir, Mulkins sent ni hil claim.
The $1.50 fare took a Urge num
ber of our people to Kansas City
last Sunday These excursion aie
fast demonstrating the leasibility of
a two-cent faie. Tie neat legisla
ture will piobably take the hint and
make it so.
Can Morphine and Other Drug
Habits be Cured?
II tins in born rulllnuhil ty plijr
nli luii Hint tliin- I- im lur tht
drug hnhtt. Tld U truo iifirtlw
rank and flU'of theiiidUnl'rdi lin
are eoiHvrnnl. Tlifn-nH.m, then forv
U thrtl tl y arc Uimraut id the full
sriie and iiatur' id tho dlwiiw; but
furt miiktrlv for tlif rnii I aunfriuc
liuiiiaidtj vse havo
that tlieiiion'hlii? or titlu r tJriit; hulit Hatcher wa using the sledge wl en
Ita caw U cured and KUiitvntev nil L,e 1(mJle broke and the hammer
af-olute, p.-iinniiei.t and l'"l"u',u,L,rucjt Johnson ir. the pit of tbe
cure to ths a.MU ted to the u of i,m, , :. . .f(.; .
driiR if they will takeourtreitt liH-nt
Mid follow our liistrm tloim.
P.ns'h eitsK' snibiultteil to tu nH-lts-
ludhldiliU atttiilUm Mlid treatiueut
from 1111 esiM rU iuvI nerve wiMvliilUt.
do not detain Joil from IiusIihm.
We glvetiniModlul.Ts-llef. Aw v tile for
driitfn la detne I nnJ iiiiH lltl for
foiul U restored.
Write lo.lay for our fn-e booklet
and It Irlnl tneatiueiit. All correa
poudetn sit 1 U -tly contldelitlal luplaln
MiMiiii.vTii:ini'i.i nt' A
Ton Sai.k A few LfcngUisne
cockerels A. C. Kubn.
Cuit McKibben and wife are ve
iling Jn Kansas City this week.
Somejprivate money to loan on
good real estate security. Geo. 1'.
Mitt Fcrcza I'ritchard. who hat
been quite tick (or a Meek or more,
it reported slowly improving.
Farmer J. C. .Jrijfs. of the
Keavley neighborhood, was in the
city last Saturday interviewing our
The capitalist, socialist and labor
ei all agree that ''The Fine Art oi
Living," by Dr. Matt. S. Hughca,
i par excellence.
Dr. D. E. Smalley and family
have removed to Fapinville, wheie
the Dr. will practice medicine and
the family make thetr home.
lathe spirit world: Julius Cea-
sar "Hannibal, why are you look
ing so blue?" Hannibal "I$e
cause I did not have trie privilege
o! hearing Dr. Matt. S. Hughes."
Have you heard Depew. Reed or
Gladstone? Yet," Well, you
mutt hear Dr. Matt S. Hughe cn
"The Fine Art of Living,' to hear
; the belt.
Miss Jessie Huckey, general de
livery clerk at the postoffire, left
Monday morning for a nut to her
friend, Mr,. Gro. Bailey down
near Pittsburg Kansas.
Loving wife: "Dearie, be sure
I and buy our ticket for Dr. Matt.
S. Hughes lecture on "'The Fine
Art of Living," nest Friday night '
at the Walnut St. M. E. Church. be congratulated on the success ol
Thos. M. Orr is reported to have i th'r ttort. Tbe Nevada c rganiza
purchased the Cooper ider place, ; lion certainly did themselves proud.
just southeast of the city, and will
remove with hi, family to his new
home in a short time. We are glad
he i coming back.
Spruce Dates county, can boast
of an old inhapitant in the person ot
Mrs. Ellen Ensley, who according
to an exchange, will be 100 years
old next February. Appleton City
J. J. Devine of Coal Township,
Vernon county, ha sued II. A.
Potter, teigtbor farmer, for
$7,000.00 damages, cauted by a
blow on the side ot hi head struck
by Potter with hi fist, April 1st
Capt. Wm. Klotsche, war vet
eran as well a, a veteran farmer,
from the Sprague neighborliood, J
was in the city Tuesday selling farm
products apd buying supplies. He!
make a success of farming because j
he works at the business.
Muses Laura and Belle Robin-
son, who have teen spending a va- j teRrd.ng two secret wedding de
cation with their uncle. Wm. Rob-! e,0I'd io lhi ci,y l0-d'- The
inson, of the Reavlcy ncighboihood.
departed for their home last week
well pleased with their visit.
The father tt Jerome Cady died
at Papinsviile Tuesday of this week,
at an advanced age. lit wa a
good citizen and an uptight man,
and came down to his giave fn'I of
year and with the loving esteem of
all who knew him.
Geo. O. Circle and wife leave
Monday lor Lawrence, Kans., to
attend a reunion and see some old
comrades of Mr. Circle, and will go
thence lo Ft. Recovery, Ohio, to
attrnd a reunion of Mr. Circle's old
rrgimrnt. They will be gone
about thirty days, more or Irs.
Mis I.orena Hocking, after
spending almost two year with her
grandparents, Mr. nd Mrs. C. D.
Winchell, returned to her home in
Chicago last Friday, She was ac
companied by her grandmother, Mrs.
Winchell, who will make an extend
ed visit to Mr. Will Hocking's fam
ily, and other relatives in Chicago.
Out on the Ed Crabb farm where
Wm. M. Done in sinking a well
quite serious accident befell J. W.
Johnson that will piobably lay bin)
up (or several day. Mr. Johnson
was holding the drill while Wallace
We see by the Clinton exchanges
Theo Montgomery ha trailed his
property here for property in
hnt city and will in the futuie re
side pel maiitly thcie. In the deal
be tiadrd his Mai'ile Sure! piepcr
ty in this city lo Dr. S. A. Milton.
Clinton has no better man or (tiiien
l.i! t than E.T. Montgomery. He is
(air, stiare man in his dvuliiii;, up
i . .I., t.. i,;. ,-i .i I ii.tii
LAIIOlt DAY AT MtVAUA.
Lslr Day at Nevada n a suc
cess from start to finish. About
thrre bundled went from Rich Hill
and 1'anama on the rally morning
train, while many otheti went over
land, and number of other went
on the noon train,
Tbe morning wa given over to
the parade which marched through
the principal ttrett of the city, and
disbanded at the northwest corner
of the square.
After dinner the people asem
bled at the pavillion at , Lakeside
I'nrk and were welcomed by a well
chosen speech by Mayor Witr, and
on behalf of the laborer a reply
wa made by Judge E. N. Hurst of
Caihen Center. After these came
Kev. II.. V. Virgin. He delivered
an eloquent, forceful epeeeb, full cf
good point and truth. Mayor
GntlUll ot Rich Hill, wa n;xt in
troduced, and delivered a short ad
dress that pleased the audience and
did credit to our young mayor.
Geo. P. Huckebyof Rich Hill, was
next introduced and made a coarac
teristic speech, after which Lawyer
Johnson of Nevada, made a logical.
pliylovjphical discourse that was
forceful and appropriate to such an
In fact all the addresses were
good, and our conclusion wa that
the laborers present had received
advice amply sufficient to last them
for a full year ?t least. Take it al
together our labor friends were to
Everything passed off at well as
could be asked by the most fastid
tou. There wa nothing but good
order and general enjoyment
throughout the entire day.
Tbe speakers were right royally
entertained and everybody had a
good time. Mayor Griffith invited
them to came to Rich Hill next
We don't know whether our Ne
vada neighbor appreciate what
they have til their fine Lakeside
Paik and the street railway to it,
but we suggest that they have a
little more accommodation about
their neat little depot in the way ot
water and closets.
WEDDINGS KEI'T SCCKCT.
Both Urooiu Were I'bystciaua
amt tUe Urldea Were Nevada,
Mo , (Jirla.
Nevada Mo., Sept. 1. The facts
grooms in both instances were young
physician and the brides both prom
inent young laJics of Nevada. On
July 1, Dr. T. M. Meyers, ol
Kansas City, and Miss Lucile
It ooth, of this city, were married at
Oalthe, Kai., and nobody knew of it
till the bride today enlightened her
patents, as her husbaud was com
ing to take her home with him.
The second c ase wa the secret
marriage of Miss Helle Attctbury
ami t iedciic 11. Ilickey, a young
Rich IH1 M. D., tVttich occured at
Clinto.s Mo., on June JJ. of this
)c.ii. They also kept their secret
as well and the surprise ot their
friends wa great when they to-day
came into possession of the facts.
Thcie was nothing in either case
but simply a desire to '"fool" pa
pas, mtmmas and fiiend. K. C.
U. A. 1C
General Canby Post No. to, will
inert Wednesday evening. Sept. t,
at I. O. (). b. Hall, All membcis
urged to be present by
M. Vs I:"kpmanmki.k, Com.
We offer due Hundred lolln He-
wnrl for any raw; of Catarrh that
-auiiot Ik eurvl by Haifa Catarrh
V. J. I Hf.NKY A X., TokiKs, d.
We, the uinlentl,;iiiKt, have known
F, J. Cheney lor the last 1.1 yearn.
and Wliese Lliu rhvtly honorat
in nil tmlii transaction aud
tiiianelaHy alht t carry out any
oUUatloiiM l!iate .y I!h Ir firm.
vr A T10 . v iu..aW 1j-ujt
j;li.tH. Tohifo, d.
W st.i'iMi. Kinss v A M isi i. Whok.
tile Irit:t't. Toliilo. d.
Mali's Catarrh Cure U taseit Inter
liutly, at tiiiu il'ivclls Uou ttie tdoad
and nuiiou ui(aiva ij the ! in
l'etiitioiiliit iwnt tit I'rKv 7V
jrr tiottk-. ."lvl toy all JniUt.
lUU'a TaiuUy an l Uss,
Ladie do not fad to call at the
Pazasr and sre those beautiful
new pattern in waistmgs and de
gydi. Something entirtly new
New goods are arriving daily in
all lines. Dry foods, Millinery No
Do not forget to e our tailor
made skirts before making a pur
chase in ihis line. We have a line
line of these good which weevpect
in stock in few t'ay.
Our corset and shoe depncnerils
are always up to date.
We have large line cf tablets
anil school supplies, in stock, also
a splendid line of llo -k. Poems,
work of fiction,, just the thieg fur
presents, tieautiful bindings, good
paper and type, and at the lowest
Millinery! Millinery! always
headquarters for millinery. Larg
est stock, lowest prices.
Mis Ida Crabb as usual will
have charge of this department
As it is well known Miss Crabb is
one of the most popular trimmer,
isgerly sought afiir by tbe whole
sale houses a a pattern trimmer
where she puts in hi r full time be
tween season, in the pattern and
desienine room on full pay. Fur
ther comment i unnecessary. Get
your hat, of Miss Ciabb.
At the meeting of the board of
manager ot Slate Asylum No. 3,
at Nevada, Thursday evening
and Friday morning, the follow
ing officers w ere elected ;
Assistant Superintendents Drs.
J. W. Angle and C. B. Simcoe.
Steward Joe Harper.
The following contract were also
awarded at this meeting of the
Coal J. S. Wacbtel, coal for
one year, at 51.75 ton, to be
supplied by the Dave Reese mine
of Rich Hill and to be of first qual
Groceries W. T. Martin & Co.
Flour and feed Ambrose Flour
and Feed Company.
Clothing Gos & Glenn and W.
Medical Supplies Meyers" Drr.g
Co., St Loi.
Paints Diamond Paint Com
pany, Kansas City.
Coffee Nevada Coffee Roasting
The board adjourned until the
regular meeting in October. Cut
Stliotd iM-nn Monday morulus
MIkm KiiII a Arbosnt t-nclse the
HllliiiJf mbool. while lU'avU-y lia
Prof. DanUl Cn"wip a prim-lpat, aud
Mis Imui (irU;ifi a aUtAut. fur
the cuiuiisg trrin.
MiKM NVllle and Ktht-I Col at-
tended Suuday NrluHd twre MiuJay. j Sept. 1 5th. The country is boom
Henry York, of Mineral. Karinn, t jng out there and sou are invited.
Iimiswii vwtliigivlativ. Wrv J,ta will be in Rich Hill, at the Mer
I'ltflu rvturned to Mineral with htm. ...... Ti 1
. , jchaa'.s Hotel, Thursday, Sept. ti,
Andrrw WIUou. Jr.. went toNe-i . . . . .
vaJ.s Saturday, to U S!n a conr of 10 Uik 'lh ho R:,' te ,nl"
tudhHs lu tlie tttlrsn colk ,f. The-! I be a Butler, Satut
luiit wuhe td Andrew'a tuauy'dav. the 12. Come and see rue
friends here go with him.
Master lietito aud FrntiW Wheat
ky vllted hole trk-uds Sundby.
MtMi Hauuah Wf.Us. ot the new
fhrtft, s litnl a few disss l.it k
at tlx virion home.
Frank Perry t iw at home iu
the place formerly ox"uiltd by
frank Martin. .
lister Ford, ot Fairx k-w. hnt U-vn
vlollliitf his trie ml, Hurry Frniv, the
iiat tew days.
tiriuidma Atwod, of lllvh Hill.
sUlttsl Mm. l'.iuU ni.iu Suu.l.iy, aud
at Jinltfe Manh'a Mouday lust.
We atv U-ilim!ug to ied raiu
Several coal pit are Toniiinjj here
now. t oal la sx-llinz tor .c a busbri
aud the uje' t are it 111 le stUI
higher later on.
Mat ltyan aud f.-suilty went to
the llunaway Traiup Saturday
Ixvllark Is anion); our k k oiw
this we V.
Jim lAtuder had ttse luUtortutse to
hst a valual'le horw last wet W. It
made Ita own grave by Iusa-Mu tuto
a a o-u well.
New s I sx-arw. Ever) IkkIv is busy.
Tin rv 1 cvuU!erivlne sii k ues heiv
now, prlnelsvHlly Uisd troubk.
Walnut Stre-et M i:. CUureh.
Ihere will le pieac
Walnut Sttect M. II
sunoay ai 11 . m. ana o p. m. 1 j
Sunday School al y; 4 a. nt.
Junior l.ecu at 1 ja p. ni.
Epssoith Lrural 7 p. m."
Piaser intetitg Thuidy j : j x
CtiS. C, Javu, Pi.ur.
tte C!J M'sscsri Vittilj.
I'.y ('. I- I'mrm,
Written f'r Tux Tkinf r..
Y01 rt t). .Xjn-'njr 'i-r
And jm tot It la a Jroy;
Yon rd from dawn tilt m&ndoB.
And ttw-n yon tilot away.
It may u ) pn-tirMi'Mi.
A, tow nrv trust Jon
But tli old MiwMart !
la Kr eij'Hiich l it irt.
And It tn- tak the ey;
Vun look ft ftxrt f iui'l.r.
And tl-i yon I j It hjr.
I'.ut the oi l Ml'wxjrl wo-l.?y
Mums jittt pl'tor. 1-rr fr,
Of tti- h)fy !ny ,iA th'.ldh'sod,
WIk-t- t Ik- j!1e'ti;j.tilofm mrr.
Voa c-t IV U'rtt cT'-t,
Ald J't't Tr-t'i tilt ,mmlmA,
SvA h tru!l.n iA t!w iyr.
Will not fire a fuoriK-nt' r-t,,
Till ISk? oi l ilitwri wk!j
In It rapi-r e'ric"i to h.in-l,
And th? nrH U forjrot tn
Till Iw !X'1 pas W riftd.
Oh. tUcM MiTir1 wr. a!j!
TU a I fc' frf .in lif e it-!f;
It U lirinjc. St In brvalhljii'.
It w inoi thin mart or j if;
T'w a tjr.-ath from oit tit to'iatrr
And a tWun ot lift jrt.
Friu a land v hrrr Un-rr U hnrmr.
And itUi-tv izchj-1 irtif-rcmfSoralAt.
John Kir?;;. s ho w-rit wt !t Mix j
write li'in from Idaho Ir'aU lUat :
everything In tKxjtniiij out tUpre.
Mr. and Mm. K. I. ShatLland and ',
daughter Urni-, ' '".- IlaU-1
finch were oa' to eat din-
rwr with tlifl ike .Vat. Stt-;
ln his Mt bi !lr. j
MIm Minnie Lang of K5cU IUU. Tl- I
!t-d H111 5a !Uj r )At Krvlay. I
Asa(i;lemt lo Butk-r Wrdtstw-j
dciy to ar-e the elephant. I
MUs I'.uta UallfiiKb TWte-1 at iwr j
I'ntle Ike Neat's several day It .
Mr. Will Drown, .f Moun.lrilV. !
fc'r-nt sen-ral dnya visitinstbe Hoi,
er Urot. last wn-l.
Mr. Bf-n Oi:le left lai-t J'ridar tor a I
two wf-kk viit with relative in;
Kauvi City. i
J. Kinfl had hii thnLingdorK-lsist i
Fridar ami .Saturday. Oata I j tin. j
jser acre, wheat nut aite so gvod I
I- P. Wade and family f Nerala
wen? jdvHUt viifitora at l"nt-le I. K.
Neat'a Saturday night aad undny.
J. M. Hurt i Son will move
their stock of Sporting Goods Gun
and Bicycle repair shop into their
own building, one door east of the
Sanderson tS: Wilson HJw. Co.,
abcut Aug. iSth, and invite their
old and new customers to call and
see them in their new home.
110! FOR KWSAS.
j Special Licorsion. her) tody is
Going on Sept. 15th. 1
Get in the I'ush and Se-e Tbat
Proapcrous Country Now.
Tbe real estate firm of Atkinson
& Atkeson has atranged a special
excursion to GrainfieiJ, Kans.. for
for particulars. Now is the time.
E. H. ATKINSON,
The Kansas man.
ftV, y .,- .Mift laa,fiiav a-k rrs-aw b
HMSxtU -. 44 kW vs
-W W tsii arwrsl m M aV. s rtrV.ua.
a ; -r ffBW4WtMm, ft a an
t - Mr tfW tVlaaK-
s f&i. ft.tMa w.,a-V hv4 4t
aW tss .4.
ih sum hmms rMiakiu,
IUMV0E KOtSt tlstG SIOSC.
1I V Vdl K rFKFPMl HKKE
Wsi CfcsV PALMLU'S i tcksu
Pasisisiis. vun ssbt nr n
j MAIH BAC5M
UOIES m WEAR SKCES
cbiitg at ther"" ' ,UHr",''' hfu'r l!, Aik-tt
,. . ' l't..l i:w,V,lvf I 1 t hkeM
1 lw Mi i. ; timi
ik iii rt.rm ..n.i H (u.-
irx-',-l cn.t ;t -vtsery -t tlw
s;s Curvs ,0. j.r- 1 : l i, u
t.vt, 1 i.i-rs, r..:l...i tud s--rv
S.i', '.IS il'.U 1 m i Jk UIUIjI cui,
t T vii;.i . l..t. k. !.u fc 1, as
n,t ill...;.:1..;, hi t h el.irv, . v .
Uul thit. tv ,J
C.'va, A.ii . C;i',. J,"lA;.. j ,N, V.
j i te rsorTiieitr pn citne e.t? nj
i-eu-jf Bv.oeTjr.iae'J nor tn;.
Wm. Mains father oi Mi. . J.
Warrtti, if t'n'itj ls bis led a!
tL resWJence of hit tn'tr. As
he is ever year of aj this is a
serwiu mutter with hm.
If yo-a are tbialing cf marry'r.j
g-beir Dr. Matt. S. H a 51 e on
Fie Fine Art ef Litijir, at the
i " f . f -. a" a -1 . (
rseniftjf .Sept. i. Adrr.i on 3 1 c j t'"'! a:iAfr? W tnt tn! t'.i. ttrr
M.s.J. M. Jolanr.es ad wi.. We r r-t.12 t. Uav
fkave renamed fr-ro tht-r t -
York, ssiere ti.ey
jwere tt gest of fcr tt, 5
I"lrt treytrta Cbarth.
Tkere si:J b preaciinr service
next hoo-Jay at 11 a.m. as 4 S'
Prijer mertisnj Thsrs-4y p . tr-
suiscay cbii at 9:4 a. rn.
Jokr Ec.de or at 3 p. as.
SetskiT Erdevor at j p. m.
Vi. E. CE Lfcrt.
? lAMFC CkQU r.nnrFnv:
JJrtltjLO jtOU UtiUbLlvi
Pratts Stock and Poultry Food
A large assor.xest jast cp-?i
OarTel aai Sack S!t. Get oe ye ices Lf;rs
FLOUR - FLOUR.
We are receiving asccLercar cf CRYSTAL FLOVi.
You caaoct affcri to te h. I: cai't
We want yenr produce cl ail Is.is.ds. Wi."i pay tie
top prkes in cash, trade c aa crdti. We are
paying 15c per lb. fcr better, a&i 15; ptr
cloz. tor egjs, ia trade, at preesL
Doa'l e3 oatil yoa see James, the Cash Grocer.
J JUMES' GASH GROCERY I
i H. P. JAMES, -
GLOTIIIIIC HHP r.lEIIS
Our stock was never as complete
You caa buy Mem'
v reaper than WE "-U!jb
Oar new FALL CLOTHES are daily arm.
ic, anj e'il Lave the Urtst lest stiecttd
s'.ixkcl CLOTHING and MENs" FTiiN! SU
ING GOODS in the Couaty to bclcvt ii.
a i te
No troutls to -SHOW VOL'."
Ksod Missocruo. gsve us a ct.AC'e.
Wo tiro tlio GloUiitiu
x r.'.'.'f.i:::;.. Gin &
t hnv'.nit r'l dry
ftd E.w.l r!u wo-,! 1 tli
f.r,M r,t tit t-y wit r,i Knii-
"!? T H'jTi iy t' (!' u(lt.. Wis
did w.ntC' awfuHy 1m I. J-tt tr
"1 tVr U alfjiy .niett,!ii!5 d
;wf - e nr. nj ttf.n ttvr I r!-s.
, ,:;.r t U KhU t(;
J'.m KrSan $ t- V.'.fh l' .. ev.rv
j t . U t.
3 u-at-e. a :i l I.
n: t F?r'e
P. TV? 'n
- Proprietor. J
cr Itjys" ua:a:et clcihes
; fi ., cott;
ccavlncei t.it ;
If jui t a