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BICII RILL, 8II8SOCKI. ttintHOAV, A I'll It. 541. n 4
Why remain In the North
(Hid May indoor tlx month
hi the Year conwumlntr what
jon i;iirt during the other
: South where yon can
work out door every mouth
In the your, nmi where you
are producing nict li tuff t li
jwr rmnul. If you are a
Mock raiT you know your
Mock are now "entity; their
hem! off" ninl. In-Kid.-, have
to le prot. tcd from therlir
ura of winter by cxjh-ubIvc
Economical Mock feedlntr
riiir'H t ln combination of
1i. th 1! li-furmlntf nud fnt
f irini oir food in certain pro
portion. Alalia inn rind
riori.'.'t prodm-e In nhnnd
niioi' tin- velvet lien it nmi eai
km vn, the flrwt, a ttt-nli pro
ducer, aid the latter a fat
prodne.-r, mid they niv the
i'hejijN-Ht mill ln't fattening
material known to the world
Mii money can lie. made
niirl with lei lahor. In jren
eral fanning, fruit mill l-rry
urowiny: n ml truck (rnrdeii
i'.tg shins our road In the
South than in tiny other -
tlon of the I 111. til.
If) ou are Interested nnd
Wire further Itiforntiition on
the ul'Ji-ct, add re
G. A. PARK.
W:1 ltrr.,:.nv,i it 1,-wfa.m.l Acr.
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r'ni mil lit fr to
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pliih. M.ol and Eipri'hn ! i . iu.
t ailini! i eiio r "i.IO p. 111.
I or th tat! -1 hilni-iiiatioii 111 regard
to Haiti wnjiv, rati , etc., tipp'y t
E. I". Enl.tiril.-n', i-h1 nuent, or
Jan. iKiiKihiit-. A. 1. 1. A.. Kaiimm
AND THE . , .
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
KATY GHAID CARS
OPERATED BY TMC COMPANY.
X. RfTY CCNTC,
KtEP PO6TE0 ABOUT
U. S. Steel
The White ft Keinhle Atlnu Map
Btnl Voltnue of .NtrttlHtim should le
In the hand of every Motkholder.
Nowhere elue I the fitnie amount of
Information amwIWc to the puhllc
Thin volume Ihwh by n tive-color-iniii
the location of ilant,ore lain),
railroad nmi teuinhtp llneti, ami
Rives official statement of ranilna,
uintrihutiori of caoital, division of
KeonrltleH, Ineorjioratlon certitlcate.
full text of liy-liiwd, romiilete legal
l!Kt of inortcnp-H. etc., etc, cor
rtH tMl to tKUiU-r, litOM.
Price $5 net, to accompany each
ViiH SAI.K ONLY 15 V
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Broad St., New York.
Th ohlit New Agency of Wall St..
mid J'liWUhern of The Wall Street
INVEST! KS !IKA1T1IE
WALl STRttT JOLRWL.
lnulpi, ftri. a ta .t "UtJ mr-iitif tot
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St Louis & North
(ViudwU .1 tseiliruiaa with th 81
Louiiftud Han Franciooo.Kew tiro
card In fTwt Sun.1y.Jsine. itl, llf.rj
No. 1 Ly. Kurtikti iSpj-s. tu.
At, rell)fiun r:IO. tu.
No. 2 L.Helijfiun 7:10 , nn.
Ar. Eurk t-plujr 8:07 . in.
No. A Ly. Kuieka. tp(njt 6:5 p. to,
Ar. HbHbojU. 6:45 p tu.
No. 6 Lt. H.ltj:uin 7: IS p at.
Ar Eurek spring p. tu
No. 7 l..v. Euirkti Spring h "a p ta.
Ar. Kellgiui tt: 3) p IU.
No. 6 l.v. Slii!iuau ti-.f0 p. ru.
Ar. Kuiki Sprinrn 10:17 p to.
Conneeliou tiotu Rich Hill. Mo.
tuU witb'th Friiioo l th Pacifle!
t t.'rlhg, or via the Meiupbt j
Niehoi Junction. !
A huiimHue new riuph!t Ouidej
to Eureka Spring s lleatlh llwrt
ta ben iuod, with new t.'muti: J) !
lllut srtlou. A. copy -out frea to my
1ilr. Addre all Innuirie ami
! order to (, Wl, Mauater Eureka
A UDIIS M&4Zif.
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tlVnVIH M )lt Si, Mw ibSK.
V.svrt:i -Men or Women IvH'al rc
prewlltntlve fur 11 hiiih elaiMi luai;.
Iih'. . Iirjje ciaiaisioiiii. 1 li
prl-e. rite J. N, l raliu-r, M t
Vahliitni S.)ii.re, Sew Vork.N.V
1C educed ltatea
Via tho M. O. P. Rv . to the
Wotld't Fair, St. Louis, Mo.
Season ticket on sale Apnl 15th
to Nov, 15th, $13 35. round trip.
Go day tickets on ale April 25th
to Nov. i$th, $10.05, round trip.
10 day tickets on sale April i?th
to Nov. 30th, Jto. 05, rouny trip.
I U. A. Baity, ARt,
Old newspapers, 5c lor a big
bundle at Tun TniiuMi cilice.
Thk TitiBt'NK telephone i No.
5i. Scud iu your items t tele
Opposite U. S. Patent Office'!
A FREE PATTERN
KM, Cm Wmni ,,41. I
t'" W 1
Mr. Chi. Burrow, anil tniWnn
vikited her mother, Mis. Geo. T.
Smith, kt Iiulier lau week.
A note tecured by trust tlerd on
good real estate for tale at dis
count. Enquire of Geo. P. Hick
The T. K. Li1e & Co. a1e of
trotting hoite at Butler last week
amouuted to $6,585. The average
price paid wn about $165. I'er
son from o'her tate attended th
On Mondsy, April 1 1 th at Clin
ton, Mo., Judge V. W. Grates
was unanimously nominated by the
Judicial Democratic convention to
ucceed himself as Judge o( the cir
cuit court. We think this compli
Prof. II. C. Maxey has entered
upon the discharge of the duties ol
Supervisor of Public Schools in
Bates county, as the result of the re
cent election on that subject. lie
will have his office in the Court
House at Butler.
II. II. Mitchell, Secretary of the
Republican Editorial Association,
Postmaster at Clinton has bought
the two Republican newspapers at
Boonville and will consolidate them.
He will doubtless make a splendid
newspaper for Boonville, a he has
for Clinton. We wish him abun
Miss Ninon Rose Dooley, daugh
ter of Col. and Mis. S. W. Dooley
formerly ol this city, was married
April it, to Mr.R. A. Hollenbeck,
of Anthony, Kansas, by Rev, Fr.
Murphy at Butler. Miss Ninon is
well known in this city by many
young friend. They will reside at
Anthony. Kansas, the home ot the
Gone Clean Over.
From expression gathered from
every section of the county we ate
convinced that Mr. Folk will carry
the County, but no effort has bren
or wilt be made ti proscribe any
Democrat whose choice is cither of
the other candidates. Butler Time.
Ueecber ud 8tolev'a Ois: lie
Sisal of Teu MgbUla Ur
Beyond a doubt the grandest pro
du.tion ever attempted ot this great
msrul drama, Beecher anj Stanley
arc beyond ijurdiou qualified to
rank as the foremost producers ot
the day. Every play they have
revived has added fame and given
to the stage a wider field ot inllu
race and intellcctial force. In theie
tevival ot "Ten Nights In a Bar
Room they have crytlalucd tl tit
power as noted producers audbiing
faith a gem ot dramatci constroc
tion and human inteiet.
A supcib band of sixteen so
lo artUis in giand fre street parade
Notice cf Una! Settlement.
Notice U hers'by Riven to all ere
Itora Kiid othera lntere.tKl lu es
tate of W. t' It row n, sIwvamhI, that
I, EliutiM'th Urown, ExiHutrix ot
aid estate, lliten 1 to make tiiml
ettleiiriit thenmf, at the next U-rni
of the Hat.- ftmnty Probate Court.
In l'.ntn county, StAte of Miouri
to be held fit Butler. Missouri, on the
ttth d.ty of May, liK'4.
We desire to employ a,trutworthy
hsdy or cx'UtleuitiU to in a u ace our
bueliHf In thla tVnn1y and nljilti
tnir territory. lur house la well and
t.vorlily know u.
fOtK) Straljtbt Caah SUr
and all Expense p.ld I'jch
Week 1V cheek direct frtu head
ijuartera, ExtwtiHeinvmcy advAmisl
pervious expiTlnictj uiitttx-ary
jl!tiiil K-riiiitucit. Addtv
luoMit J. Ufiitt. .Mi.uji.vr.
tuxm rent ia.mo.
Ha. vtvOO ta Trfr!iry and out of
agement. t The people of Hudson townhip,
Bates county, certainly have great
cause to congratulate themselves up
on the excellent financial Condition
of their town'hp ar-d :t i most
valuable illustration of the good re
sults thst follow the aciion of men
when at election time they cat i?eir
.allots for men competent to dis
charge" official duties.
In conversation with one cf t?:e
beet known and substantia) citizens
of thct township Mondavi he said:
"I think you wonld have to travel a
long distance just now before you
would find a township whose finan
cial affairs are in a better shape than
ours, and best of all, we have no
feats that a possible investigation
migtit bring any boodlers to light
will at least compare favorably with
thofr in other parts of the county
sad we are out of debt and have
$So6 iu the money chevt."
The management of Hudson
township's public affair during tSe
past year fcss been in the hands of
the following gentlemen, who con
stitute ' the Township Board, of
Trustees: Wm. Pner, justice of
peace and chairman of Board; Wm.
Conrad, treasurer, and Pteston Judy
Justice of peace, all good republi
cans. -Appletcm City Journal.
The scientists are giving up the
consideration of the sanitary aspects
ot kissing to discuss its origin.
ProttNor Lombroso would refer
the" demonstrative afiection of all;
modern kissing to maternal origin, j
M. Fere looks upon kissing as a
manifestation of sentiment, as well
as a meant of eliciting and exalting
it. The NewYotk Medical Jour
nal concludes a learned editorial on
the custom with thee convincing
words: 'For our own part, we
are disposed to adhere ta ourolder
form of belie! that the evoiuticn
ot specially sensitive nerve endings
in the mucocutaneous labial margin
hat largely contributed to the wide
spread popularity of onculstfan."
We are requested hy V II.
Lowder, of New Home, to say that
statement published in the Rich
HtH Enterprise that he had with
drawn, or iulrnded to withdraw
from the sheriff's tace, was malic
iously tale. That he had cnteied
the race in good taith, that he had
conducted an henora'de campaign
with splendid prope of v ac
cess and that sucrt ptil ln-oti""
made to injute hi propect with
Democratic sotei Mt. Lowilrr
tavs be has no imkoii 10 It
other than encoutaged and wilt ub-
mil hi name to the demociatic con
vention with the otniot c'ri!drce
and will abide its decision. BmSei
lUlrucbleuieit Implies In
Restriction of suffrage implies in
feriority CH the part of the vl- it
nied the right All ii.lrwl irj-
sons against woman sutirage atr
merely allegations of mhnonn
whatever the preleme may be I
dout believe all women hopr?e!)
inleiiorto all men, I bcl.tve a
women sutlige. The tight of t
inteliisient and elf-tepecting wo
man to vote should not drpend up
on the lack of intelligence and sell
respect of tht woman who is con
tented ssuh the lct status whuh i
a CMislant insult and which l-iiai
in its train a long sriics ot handi
caps. Taken mentally, ntvira'.:- fi
itulusttulty, a diitaichitd i'in
is not a til mothei ot a sc tct .r h
cannot wisely teach t'ut ot whi!
a!i Litows tiothinT.
EJstd )!. Wintjatt.
e 11 cs o
i k ...
oh I h
It is worth yovr
J. Fred Rhodes, the nominee of
the Republican party for Cocgress
iu te Sixth district ot Missouri, is a
practicing attorney in the City of El
dorado Springs, tie was bora in
Morgan county. Illinois, and later
lived and crew to manhood at
Dwight in the same state ; is a grad-
uateof the University of Illinois,
class of 1S76, being the youngest
but ooe in the class, and was ad
mitted to practice law upon cxamt-
nation by the appellate court at:
Chicago in 1579. He then spent
over three years in Drover and
Leadviile Colors 4a. In S$3, for
the t eneCt of hss heiitb, Mr Rhodes
locaved on a farm near Eldatado
Spimgs, whrre he resided till i$6
when he reiriovcd to L!dcrdo
Springs and was admitted to the tar! m' cl lb As
in tbis state. ' In ts, he in wt.-! U4a1 Met township caa call tbl
pany with J. R. Moms established 01 S several betttf. Mr.
the E!dviadj Springs News, a Re- j SwD b( k1 r a
publican newspaper, wh eh he edi- mu! 3 Ir ClJ. Meu Ttases.
ted for several ) ears. He is a mens- 1
be, of the Mastic. Odd Fellow and CEA J3CM JKE K -aTRWEST.
Knights of Pythias Usdrs. Mr. j
Rhodes ha thtee chddien, boss,! ...
and has Uu a wid.t si.is, tuiW tll'fli JSttljr R!lS U t!
dea:hol : h: wife in 1S95. - Lldo. - a -
County Court I'twedlngs.
Onlctrd thmt f 75 b appropt tiled
to Sumtr.it tp. f.ir road wotk.
Bsidge Coui'i otJeted to mske
Ckti ua'.e fuif s'.etl bti.le over MHiod
blanch between 13 ,nd 13 Mt.
Diani :,i'p bes'-.se graaied Henr-s
CfellU'JJI!!, KlCtt HiU.
thJereJ that sbvHil loan to T. J.
Wrce'tr te forcL'ed.
Ai.nual M-'.'Itmentof W. T. John
son, wk cxsmioid and proved.
OuWid that $100 t aj proptiated
to Uo:uc( tp. I.ir niacadatnitltig
iu a toad east ot .n.ort aciua
County Teaurer ordered to ad
seitts m St. IveuU RrpuMc, cH
mi in lor paxuicnt Mt, Pleasant
laiWad boov's numt-etii. IttOHJ
J. N. Djke was oldened , ir.cd
to pay i:;ter.t on s. !;..! Uh a.
Ordried tbjt JamesGetby be scat
to Krtv. ;n SchovL
1 Le fvi'.low icg panics were Order
ed ta . tQ:urs;c fc'.-cs cu tb
MI'MMMMMIill 1 1 ,n ,, 1W,I(I
mean in yens
cr cnwkolcsoxnc food
made Trith an alum
while to inquire
j property w ith the county clk ta
protect their school loans: J II
Crawford, J N Dake, A J Hooter,
E T Kirkpatriek. i P McGaats, II
P NidtelL J S Pierce. O F Renkk,
Mrs. Ne':ie Stanley, Rebecca 11
Sison, p F Thompson, Mira C
Tripp, Mary J Wade, Susan
Fletcher, Jane Eoswe!? Hall, C A
Hurst, El!e Cope'an J, Je'ia C
Hupp. CF Hawe, T V Arnold,
L E Deaton, R L Qark, Ato
Ray. Mrs. L G Hasse, J L Bell
E Sheltoa. Wan aca were
issaed ta the amoti&t cf 1:015.15
duf:j.g the term.
Th Rich U;1I Tuittsz trcs
tions a mule 31 years old, wi ktk
is supposed ta be the o!J. a at.
j KjflilfSt i'i tlHh
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vu -uan .1 gi in SI ili. 17,
tlx? l!urttni;tott tuslr svry kinrodo
any tVwac'jtt ratx t.a
H'.shiutofa, tirs.ts, 1 Ishov Call
kvr&ta. TU rdjtc(k)n t frvtw to
r pr e?-t?t frt?ni ti re'tlar rat
U3 V2f Ts C
Tb larilnxti-Northra rtic
Espiv." with etwir car asd. Tcmr.
Ut le.'tr, U ti gr 4; dji'Jy ttr-i
trJa Utoi ti Kcrtliwet "t4
iSfc. lioriis::a. TScih rat aii
tickets a'o to tt Norti.t ;a
u Paul asd tYsGnMt Nortiwra a&4
Nortlaern Paciac roads.
Joia tb Huritutoii n'roiUy
Couduvted weekly CulIwruUs xur
lou la tlirouh Tount tWjwr si s
IVavee, ttrvusa .KvoW 'obvajj
a.ad Salt Lake City by djvl -t.
a tiw Rrt aad tttrd Tu-t.vy of
Wr-.u- f .t ratc-s rout. . ta.tur
vkf, t I '.., Nrtt.s au t ttUr la
tviriuutio'.s. L. J. BfuCKtl. l.W.WAKtktY
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