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KICH HILL, MIHHOUlll THUU8DAY, FEIIUUAItY l,10OO.
TO TfTLDTT TTT7T75
rv. m r-ii.
KING OF Alt IIKIHEHTS
CM2ZS FJH:U2.IA7IS:i A!Z ALL PAT!
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W W 1 LU ' , cwituna uacni, ttrvA'utt
ili.l,coaa HVMH i lin aifi famm
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Mrs. Mary E Young Dead.
Died, at her home in this city,
January 2.., I'.KH), Mrs. Mary K.
Young, widow of late Lieut. Jno.
C. Young, ia the ."."th year of her
age. On Sunday morning Janu
ary 21st, Mrs. Young, while'
about her early morning house-
Mrs. Geo. Lawson's son, Gtu
Carson writes to his homofolks
from Guthrie, Okla., that he h;i$
recently married a Miss Mvrtlo
hold duties, was suddenly stride-! ijjre. of that city. Of course she
i en with paralysis and never re-: i a charming young lady and all
s. J u the ncw Lt win.
tel.-il.une in No. 7,2.
Misses Frankie Waller and
Lois Lklemater spent Sundaj
with Nevada relatives and friends
Our To Celcbrat Uoldro Wnidinr
The following letu-r written Ly
the firht pastor and orginiztr f
the society tliat is cow called the
Walnut Strc.t M. II Church,
will be of interest to many of
Lamar, Mo., Jan. VI
And still the fr xA old TwEvriS
rnxkes its weekly visits to our
THE OLD COMaLE
READ THIS REMAHKAIIX CUIUS
I teach Sirted with rheosntsa, write
Ej. C. KoJ, lowavil.e, Sedgwick Co.,anMt ."fcoirj
bout on crutches and a&eriBff frreat deJ of pain.
I ii induced lo try Ballard' Snow Liniment, which
ccrni me, after annr three 50c bottle. IT IS TUB
CKIiATEST LI 11 EXT I liVER. USED; he rec
emmended It to a number of peraoca, all expfrsa
thetnnelvei ai btinif beoete4 by ft. X Bow walk
without crotchet, and am able to perform a great
deal of light labor on the Urm."
THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.
SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY
OPERA DRUG STORE.
gained consciousness to the time j ''is friends here wish him well, .home where it lias been co
of her death. She was a very
modest, jnotherly woman, exclu
sively devoted to her home and
children, and of course one of the
best of God's creation. Those
who knew her best loved her
best and those who live after her
will only realize, their loss, now
that she is gone from them. She
left surviving five children, f.-ur
The little ! months old . child
of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Tourtiiott
died at the home of its parents
last Thursday night, and was
buried in Green Lawn cemetery,
Friday afternoon, Tie v. W. 15.
Chancellor conducting the f uner
Hon. W. Ii. S. Gault, from out
west ia Howard township, was in
the-city ia-t Friday, shaking
NilUvU li. rvl'V !!!, that Ktti-r!
t. -lain. lit nr 0m.u t!it etat( nf
r'n-ilcrlck tm lio awl, h've m-h '
iir.itmtl to tlic uii'IcUimi, tir the'
li iti-s 'nuiit.v i'rulwite (n;rt. 5ti !
llnt touiity MUonrl. U-nrln ila tf 1
tin- iM'ii IM-ftnUT, l'i,i. I
.Mi i r.m liavliirf cli(!iu nunlitnt :
itui l -tati- ait- r.i!ia-l to cxhlhlt .
tiirlil !k llh f.r lll!owmtt Wltlilll'
Oii ,v nr fr ui) t tie .Inly of 1 , t- i
tt i . or lit. y in.iy U- jii.n,i,.,J frum j
mii.v U'n.nt nf null i'ttitv; iim I If
. il l I.Um U' itit -x!ii!iit(.-l w ithin
t i J ar fiiini tin- -late of t,e ni
lii athni ..f tin notti-if, tln-r wilw.
luivvt r l ii ii
J v. Jxumts, Lxrcutor.
Keud the TlitliCNU. $1.00.
firm for Sale or Trad?.
i70 ocres AX) acres meadow,
balance in cultivation Knd pas
ture. No wuste land, a splendid
stock farm, r miles from rail
road. School, three stores, post
cilice blacksmith hop ami doc
tor within the farm. It is un
derlaid with coal and asphalt.
Will exchange for smaller farm
and difference in cash, or for
KJ j'icome property. I ir par.
C. A. Unci),
Sheldon, Mo., K. F. I). No. i.
Subscribe for TiiKTittBO'E.
sons and one daughter: 11. j hands with his numerous friends
Cleveland in the railway mail j smoking the same old pip of
service, Jos. C, Wm. 15., and La-JP'-ace. W. li. 1-.ks better than
mar F and Mary K. Young, all j he did a few years ag"j when the
of whom were with her in her j do tors told him he couldn't live
The funeral was preached by
Kev. King Stark last Saturday
and the body followed to Grei n
Lawn cemetery by a large con
couroof kywputhtzing friends.
A faithful wife, h pod mother,
and a devoted Christian woman
has tme to her last reward. The
sympathy of the whole commun
ity goes out to the children thu
bereft of the wise counsel and
hallowed influence of a gd mother.
Y-TN tt n rrar
And nil n-rtiil trouMisi trvnted tiy a
hrV nn. I on.lvrfal MHttnn!. I 'ilea vurxX
H'riiiaii,iit i.v ir uioiivy n-fiunl.Mt.
IHm-iim-h of Women. Wf nrv nl.i m-j.1I
oMttM-.I to tfVtlt l-t U11.'U,1
ilaii' (io liac onlT, nI (or Jiiim turtMj
lX liuiili! Irvittiiit'iit. Wriu- for ii.-.tlon
liliuik, Kxamlnatli.il nn. I n.lkt fnv nt
ttic t'onniittiiiji m-p:trt metit of tlir
CSCAT0Nt V.lOICINt CO.,
Rich hill, Mo.
Mra. Abner Wlx.
Mrs. A!ner Wix, who f.nm-r-ly
lived on the south side in t!o
city, died Wednesday vd lrtt week
at the. hoii;e of her son, V. H.
iH'rry.in Nevada.ufter a long ill
ness. Her body was taken lo
Applet on City and from there to
the Meyers cemetery near her
old home in the eastern part of
the county, and buried beside
her lat husband, Abner Wix.
She whs unt by marriage to
Hon. Clark, and Hen K. Wix, and
highly resjHvted as ago Chris
Wan'IKo -Two young men to
travel for a Urge Chu ao houe and
loin a good lui'i-' in u!. a
promotion cn toon be had. Lib
era! commiMon fioni the t;ut.
E. C. l' ii.kro. Manager, dtv.
Did., Jupllti, Ma.
If you arc in this condition,
your nerve force is weak the
power is giving' out. the or
cnii s of your body have
".'owed up," and do their work
imperfectly. This failure to
i th work required, clc-p
tin- -slein and brings u:.'trca
-i d liisease. When the nerve
arc weak the heart i ur.ab'e
t' force the life-C'vit,.s; blool
tliror.;;h your veins; the stom
ach i;.i!s to digest fooi; the
kidneys lack power to filter
imnurities from the t'ool. and
the poi--itious vate remains in
the system to breed disease.
Nerve energy rmxt be restored.
Ir. Miles' Nervine ni'I do it,
because it strengthens tlie
nerves; it is nerve medicine
and tome, that rebuilds the
entire nervous system.
'1rvir -rra aco I vhh aU br.'J'Ti
n.. Wp nl In rtTiiint Ivrn.
I a' i..r.l for in(ntim. ana rsffaiv t.
a-v wr b tin H 'i.i.ii.ic fur
" I t-r,n l..k.if It.
N.rAl.i, nr., all..y-l. rf
l-u:.-. in I tr-m .-,r.a: - I
t-.it.-y. and now r-.rh ift s"
H O. I NV! V-Vl M
t's r:u'vth .,., Auvtsnr. i"v.
Dr. V!l- Ncrvln ta aetd iy yv
itottia wa( k'JM'ki. II ,t
wi.i ro jrour ir.or.ay.
I.Ulei Mcdicil Cc L "chart. Ind
for the past fivo yeirs, bring'::g
to us all much information tui,
we would n't otlierwis obtain.
Some things it tells us are
good and cheering, w hili others
are sad and gLxtmy. Tliosc that
cheer us are of the prosperity of
the church, the prosperity of old
and tried friends, the; triumph cf
right over wrong; and those th:.t
make us sad are so mny of our
old time friends have passed vwr
tlie silent river, and otl-ers have
grown old and feeble, and charm
ing, prattling children who made
up our Sabbath School years
aic iio liitTil ail'-l v...li-J , si i.i-.; iJwt-.f--'Lt "-i vt i.
that have taken the place of the I friends to this occasion and
The grsafost cf
il!:s ths wcrid cisr
lathers and mother in the
church, ia society and ia busi
ness. I often now sit, and with the
aid of my wife, count over our old
and tried friends during, our -Z
years itinerant life, and you u:ay
be suro that when we come to
count them at Kiel. Hill and i-f Lsniar, Mo.
cinity, we rind many, yes mxay
that would have shared with us
their last crust of bread had it
been necessary, in order to plar.t
the Methodist Episcopal church
m Rich 11111, and I an'io p-ite a
joyful meeting with the::i w!n.u I
arrive on the plains of Glory.
And now. Judge Huckeby, my
bring them with you, and all we
can warrant yon for cwainj? will
be a hearty welcome and a &-jo&
Our health is rather poor. Hope
all with yon are well. Thank
Yours 3s ever,
II J. Ki J.
Adam wajj the first n:in,Adu:.i
is a lk-brew word, trsashito! ia
German it Ls crduJti, and ia Ki
ghsii earth man. Frdr:aar fam
ily was grow ing, so h built a
v:i:.ig. Villa go trar.n' Uol ia
d.rf. Wh.; d-.rf
mui'.nsvlorf. Krdmann's decear
ants spread oat in all dj re-. ti-.'ns,
g.l old brother, one more favor j was it." Of tvur.-f it t Krd-
I am going to R-k, and that is
that you com U Lamar n the
2nd vl March Jtext prepared to j sume to the IUiUo sea.l"he oldes
deiiver an addrvss i si the cc
sion cf the anniversary of
our wedding, .s we exps t to
celebrate that day our golden
wedding, and as yo-.i are the nrt
Methodist maa I met ia S.ath
Missouri '.'"' years ago I want
o;i ,dn ays held tti to his r.a::.e.
Iu the year after Chri-t. thew
wxs fouglit the battle cf Tei;to
barg forest. b''lwo.a the Teutons
und r King Krduutin, and tlio
Romans under Varu. Mrv! msun.
ku!l them all. then i:;oed t-a
Satiy and built a illag, w iK'o
I had thought of asking 1 h :' f mas if why I.tMa-.jinn s.rt.
m-lt to cuiie, but he is liasing .ilLt! r ti e Saxons cor.iv,orvd llxvg
much trouble with Congress i i hwi l nl settled it. Tlut makes
regard to the r..n.u:.a c;ui..l asnl'.you a t.erui.n.
tlie Philippines I will l U-thor ! '
111 "ll- nnil I ! ..r IV m v I ; vd.' Si.-a.."- llft..-
Ik won't do. I want you Ur:gh 1 M;ge -f malaru is able t be at
I the Tic;iiiK and .thes'vis., io'orka,
p.r 'fit '!ft'll"TI J.l'. " f.tu
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