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RICH MILL TKJBTO
UIC11 HILL, MISSOUU1.TUUIWOAY, AI'IUL I J, VMrr.
UDTERRAIIEAU jfour Standard Stallions, Crattans
Will be found at the Spencer
Stables, St the northeast corner of
Rich Hill; and will aland at $i 5.00
for a living foal. Mj-ut
Are tlw? mot Intontln of all the
Natural Wonders In Itnerlca. Tliew
wonderful Caverns are vUlted nnnu
nlly by thousands of tourlts from
thla country and ahrond. They are
pronotinred ly ncientirUa the nioxt
magnificent work of nature. It
would well repay you to take tho
tlrue to inak6 a vlult to tlicni. They 1
nre 100 rnilcn aouth of Loulaville,
Ky., near the
in all its various designs is a
specialty at this office. We do
your work promptly and guarantee
satisfaction in ail cases.
LosisTiili & KasiiTilie R. R.
and the undrrnlii(sj will le jrlad to
quote you ratm, give tmln acliedulcg
or nend you a tn-autifully Illustrated
i ngv Ivooklct glrini; an IntcrerU
Injr description of the remarkable
O. It. titan, Uen'l Iaa. Agent,
fcMfy 60 YEARS'
titrcmlfc. h f ' ' -r. (tKmnm.
ct frrL I rrr for M-umff palnta.
arm . innit, m o
Ctai 'f tJif otftl VxartwU. Tannfc i
OTCo." Hew Tort
Jmmm. OAs. CO r R.wktHi U.U
DR. G. N. SHARP,
And Manufacturer of
Family ICeuirHllra. : t
Have you n couh or are auff.-ring
from a cold? It mo try lr. Sharp
txn'tin and i.unu im:mi:dy.
If you atv trouMitl with lodltfvatlon
or atoiuiich trouble um
i'or all p.ttiiM nul adieu apply
1! l'l.I KF
Thee tinted retucdlew liare cured
tbrra, tttry will cureyou. Try tln-iu.
This purebred stallion is a
beautiful gray, with largo star.
I He is registered in the Percheron
Stock Hook of America, his re
cord number being HMD". He
was foaled Fob. G, 1-95; got by
Isauro, 17,9:3 (.l. 500.) His dam
was Hose Atherton 3,073; 2d dam
Celeste IH3, imported from
France. See official pedigree in
my hands for full lineage.
TERMS: To insure .standing
colt, s'.: single service. $.". Colt
and mare to stand good for ser
JOHN U a fine large jack, black,
witlj white points an tine an nnl
ma'i an exMTli-uee ran produce, lie
lias xtru lnrsr bone, und long,
ln-avy lxly. !! ha proven lilm-
m-u an extra pmm! lireetler. Inreatl-
gat lit record.
T Kit MS: $S to luwure. - Partliin
with mare, or her removal from
county, forfeit Insurance.
The utmost care will tie tflken to
prevent nct identM. tut will not be re-
KioiiHtlile tihonld any occur. No
b jhhieo tloutr on Siiuday.
TIm- anltunin. formerly owned by
5. 15. lavin. will make the waon of
l'.KCi, on what In kuon n a the Krel
Uiue farm. JtiHt north of Klcb Hill.
J. C. GRIGGS. Owner.
gpend Your Money Hlierfi You
And ft top sending it awtty to the
mail order houses. We know
you can do a. well or lx ttor at
home nnd we make no apologies
for our fight against the mail
order houses. We feel that it is
a question that is common to all,
and that the consumer is even
more interested in the end than
You know just as well as we do
what is keeping this town back
why there arent more merchants
here why those that are here
aren't making more money. ICr
because too many oi our people
are "pennywise and pound fool
ish" are draining the town
more and more of the money they
Now, isnt this all fair--and
dont you love "fair play" in com
mon with every other good Amer
Our merchants only a.k a
"square deal" and no favors.
They only ask the chance to get
your trade under equal condi
tions of cash, credit and value
they only ask you for your sake
and for the town's sake, that
every time you have any pur
chase to make you will first see
if you cannot fairly spend your
money where you make it.
ft -.v . -v-w.-'v.v-x. -v -v . "V .
The Modern Woodman conven
tion of Hates county held at Hut
ler last week elected W. W. Fer
guson, of Kich Hill, Arthur
Steele, of Hutler, and Henry
Walters, of Adrian delegates to
the State convention which meets
at Marshall in May. The "con
vention endorsed W. W. Fergu
son for delegate to the National
convention which meets at Mil
waukee in June.
Head the TltinCNl- $1.(0.
Dnofnlfr) II. S. Patn Offie
WASHINGTON O. C.
Walnut Street M ICburcb,
Preauhing services at thh
! church each Sunday at 11 a. m
and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday School at 0:lo a. m.
Junior League Ht 2:3c) p. m.
Epworth Ieague at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday
evening at 7:30.
The public are cordially invit
ed to attend.
II. U. Tkmpleton, Pastor.
JSiioon L b has g ne to Vy-1
ctte ;ig;iin to ,k after' business
J. I. Hn.ks is drilling on his
own hook, just east of the city to
see hat he can find.
Chas. A. Lune w as in the city
last Friday, looking about as well
as ever, and is putting his old
time energy in his farming busi
ness. L. Fletnmin, w.n-in-law .f t!i
late Jas. Hand, who owns the old
home place, will soon build a cew
house on the cite of the old home
stead that burned down a few
years ago. Hutton Bros, have
The Department Missouri G.
A. H. will hold its next annual
encampment at Brooktield, Linn
county, May, 17 & 1M. A. D.
Pontious is the deleg-ate elect
from Gen. Canby Post, No. 10 of
J as. Pitchford, from away over
in Kansas, was back to Ids old
stamping ground looking after
some matters of business that
were not quite finished up when
helcftfcome months atro. lie i-
well pleased with his new loca
No doubt Mr. and Mrs. Curt
Burrows think they are proud
over tin; arrival of that pretty
little lady that came to their
home last week. She was intro
duced by the newly elected maj
or, Dr. Lancaster, and is faid to
be a pplendid specimen of the;
J. C. Griggs has gone into the
horse and jack business. He has
bought from B. G. Davis Ins pure
bred stallion, Causer, and his
largo jack, John.and has them at
the Fred Cane place northwest
of the city. They will make the
season there. See. his display
ud in another column in this
JUL vi 1 ..i . fri X jJA.JL.TT!
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Pfucc Baoks Powccr Co, Chicago.
The New Itoatt Law.
Both houses of the Legislature
passiHl a road law which makes
radical changes in the present
All farms benefited by the
rtuuls are to pay their share of
tin? cost of the improvment.
These payments are to be made
on a basis of a valuation of the
! lands. Farms within a mile of
the roads are to be assessed at
100 jH-r cent of their worth.
Those one mile away are to be
a.ssessed at 75 jht cent and those
I two miles away at T' per cent.
The several county urt are
to be permitted to establish road
districts, which must not Iw
; larger than their school distric ts.
and employ an engineer to dr,w
j up plans and specifications.
Tims? commissioners an to
e!s tsl though ond:ng an
'tioii they n to Ih ;uiis'ir.tvl lv
S. T. Brtwddus was in the city
Tom Silvers.a Butler attorney,
was in the city last Saturday
looking after legal business.
A. S. Sharp less and family, of
nck;lle,!uve removed tolliton,
New Mexico, and w ill make that
t h ei r f u t u re ho m e.
Hev. King Stark tiled his ng
ulaf uppointmcnt Sunday at the
Christian Cliurcli, returning to
Tle Kepuhlicans carricl Hud
son township b.v majorities rang
ing from 3 to 15 in a total vote,
ranging from li3 to 173.
Our Democratic friend, J.
Fletcher Smith, was elected City
Attorney of the p-d city of But
ler last week. He ought to be
chxted to a judgeship.
Ibtck to the Suffixes.
Tle Jap. 'n;ot aiway wiaoritch
Aod pat the Kas to rout!;
At Mukden tbey are laovtub
The Uoi!aaa tlwy are oateki
Ctrlaad Ptoia Lv&kr.
"Get F.ight," line cp with the
Johannes frm. tf
Miss Emm Cassity in Osage
township got the average npul
hcan majority, as shown by the
vote last November.
J. E. Doweli, of the Adrian
Journal. wa.s elected a ii.euJwr
of the sc1l4 bird of that enter
prisir.g city, April 4'h.
J. B. V.toa has rvmoted
witli his family to a farm jat
northwest of the city and ill
see ii there is not tnon unuey in
farming than in city cSiec hold
Tin Gas Driller has n.l
from southwest of the city to a
j point about thnv miles st utlioast
Mrs. Mary M. Mitchell has
purchased the small house be
tween Thos. Asbury and As4Sof t city. They will sink an
Arrasmithou east lvark avenue.
and w ill occupy it as her lvme in
Adrian hrd a city tempo rancx
ticket and a c it in ticket in th.o
field ! thi-ir recent c ity ehvtk'tt.
ami t':e tempvrsneo ticket ehvt-
t he ciuit v cu rt to have charge I , .. , .
' . . ,. ,;ed one uhierman :ut theytifeu s
of the new road districts. All .-
! , , , ticket the other vf.itvrs.
lu.tns jor new nwiis are to in-
submitted to the land ow iters f Atthos.hoiJ v...-tir.g h id at
'the affected district and one ote jFord sthoij lni: v,S. T. Mu llen
is to ire pT-rmitted to U east fr larger was let t.xl a me;i-.ls-r
cult acre owned by ti e man cast :,.f the Kurd of direc tors ud a
; ing the iKillot. A inajority is b
, rule, and whenever a plan is voted
down it must not bo resubmitted
for two years.
i Payments are to be made e:!li-
er soot rash or n,v,J ....r ,4 : the quest k.;t of gnu-t uig an chv
.term of years, vkhichevc-r plan
levy of Ca o-nts mst v-tsj fcr a
six months terut of sc hes I.
Appetn City went democ rat
ic at t!,e late citv election. tn
other hlecn lutis kaon as
th Morris farm.
Attorney Win. iV.ne (i-nt sev
eral days l.tst csk, after the
city t lec tin, over in the country
east of tho rixer ar.v! in Buth-r.
Ix'kicg after the latere! s of l.l
chee.t in th Wir.e:Frg-r PiVhford
law svat for d.c:u?.g" in a land
Judg W. W, Graves has ls-u
engaged a.s n attorney f.r the
Missouri PaciSc ruilway t a.
ps.l yearly salary. Gtsl t r
Graves. Corporations arv lucre
grateful than pc-hticd ;wst;s,
half so uncertain atul pecy
In-ttcr salaries forg'l vrovc-.
tin voters may divide
their election. Wheiv
j uu-uts uix to U defer ivaI twen
ty years ir mssl 1. tinder the
jnew bill ivuntiex may issue
jlx'nds, secured by the property
in the Wudiitcsl iitivt. l!l
axca atv to lo livable, in. men-Vy.-
trie light fra!itl.is. the veto stissl
il" for and 2 a..i;,st. Tae pro
mot rs r' to oi'iuti.encv Viot k
within t0 d.-.. s.
Me5 Will lave an s nunihs
tetin id si!.J i;, t jcir and will
pay for it ,it!ja t'.i cent levy in
ad l.M nx U the ai'i-mi.t tLcd by
law. The y k i. d ceiUs to p-
V-'y va Ivtilv 1 UiJvbt.Juv.
TllO church is plvHtH.dl.c tie
only institution which isneip-ico-caliy
and ulvas stands f' l"
that is gid and tnii and Uau't
!ul ia life. It is th- only mst ta
tien which iii.-s at the c.t.bhsl"
meet of the hia.'doui id i .-ill in
carth.-Kev. C. Pt t. L i j-