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KIC11 IIILU "r-wOUUI.THUIlSDAT, JcfLY 11?, ItKMJ.
FOR THE NEXT TWO "
Up-to-date Millinery at
y "THE MODEL."
!;! Your choice of any hat in
stock at cost. J
at once and make
Ecce diet & White.
Have you seen our hand- $
,S some line of CHINA and
t RACKET GOODS? Also a
& great display of FIRE-
' WORKS for your 4th of ft
S July supplies. See &
A house and lot fur hale.
Close in. At a bargain. Call on
Gm. P. IIlTCKEBY.
A-R.Frogue, of Vernon county,
formerly of this city, came up to
spend the fourth with old friends
A. C. Bradley and his son Har
rison have gone to Altoona, Kas.
to engage in work at the big
Miaaourl raclfle Time Card.
WOHTH UOl'M), T. UH'II A SO K. C.
No. 24 Ix-nven 1:10 p. ra.
No. 210 Iavea 9.-.V) p. in.
No. 2i6 Ix-aven f:00 a ra.
wkht MorsD, rr. hoott ihxtiiau
No. 417 Laren 1:45 p. m.
No. 409 Ijpnm 6:05 a. m.
No. Ji9 Arrive a. ra
No. 217 Arrive 1:10 p. m.
No. 205 Arrives 11:00 p.ni,
KiKT norxn, tr. wott ckstiial.
No. 434 Arrives lj.ir, a. ra.
No. 4l0,Arrlves :4-"i p. 10.
K. A. IUii.kt. Agt.
wt charge no ret
vrtt 1 hi cas it auewta
XJ TKACE-nARSS, Be.
la imt U toertolM f kmM
i rntc opinion m u HiHitHnu.
f fliiil4 ta4
a ! CMat.,
MHO B. STEYENS & CO.
VTN STftC CT, WASHINGTON, 0. C
DR. G, N. SHARP,
And Manufacturer of
Family Kemedlea. t t
Have you a cough or are Buffering
from a cold? If no try Dr. Sharp
COUGH AND LUNG REMEDY.
It you are troubled with Indigestion
or toruach trouble ue
For all palnH and acbe apply
Thew tented remed leu have cured
ther. they will cur you. Try them
DitrlctPre.Con,i.unt. jtlw cxtion of ev, ral Republi.
Both Atkeson and O'.etbey arts j can '"un,y oftcer ia J t0 1 and it
well known over the district and ! ' Predicted by those who are in
are good campaigners and arc ' 1 1J,i-st touch with the con grew s
exceptionally strons candidates 'nal noIn5nee t!wt w,tcn lJ,c re
in every respect. Henry County001"1 ias uWn written and the
Republican, ballots counted in November it
I win be found that his canvass of
the district has helped material
ly m every precinct. It would
GEO. G. COOK, I
ih Real Estate,Farm Loans & Insurance. M
Flour Mills and Portable Mills of ft
all kinds a specialty.
If you have anything for tale or exchange, call and lUt
Same with me. at I mean busmen and will find you a
buyer either way. Commission Reason abi.k. If
you contemplate making a loan, call and get my figuret
before placing the loan.
Tlie Ilepublicans of the Cth
congressional district have nam
ed Hon. W. Atkeson of Hutler as
their congressional candidate.
Mr. Atkeson is a very able and
worthy man and is sure to defeat
DeArmond in the coming elec
tion. Golden City Register.
W. O. Atkeson of Butler Is
making a fight for Congressman
from this district. Mr. Atkeson
is a capable man and would make
an excellent congressman if elect
ed. He is an attorney at law at
Butler and has been in the news
pa per business and is a wide
awake man. He is one of the or
ators af Freeman Fourth of July
celebration Drexel Star.
Mr. Atkeson lias long been
known in ioliticsin the sixth dis
trict. He is an able cammiiraer.
and has the force and courage of
his convictions. He will make
an active campaign in every
county in the district, and there
are many who are well versed in
district politics who freely de
clare that he will give Mr. DeAr
mond the Imrdest race of his ca
reer. Cass County News. .
K"v. 11. C..-;- r, of Nera.!;i.
came tp to -'-:;da'.t t!.e funeral
K'-rvkf.s of Uirias Auies Li-.t F'ri
d.iy. C;.it. VT. A. NewV-n, from
iVxas county, was in the city
Friday, luokir. after pro-
be a great thing for the people of ! ?n-'1 c? t T''S. grap!i ga"try
the district should he be chosen
to represent them in congress
and we sincerely hope to accom
plish such a result. Greenfield
, Some of our Democratic friend
in Johnson county seem to be
greatly worried because the He-
publicans of this congressional
district has seen fit to nominate
a candidate for congress who af
filiated with the populists years
ago. We arc informed Mr. At
keson left the Populists in l-
and lias since been on the right
track politically. But then we
ia this C;tv. closed te .ar S
urday and returned to bis bos:e
ini::c!ili:il Schtll Cty News.
vne t.i cr.ique attraitjor.s
of the 11.11 Fair this year,
will be an actual western cowboy
show each day. in which the cow
boys v.. 1 i:rf.jrm the act-jal
scenes of Liso.'ng wil-J cat
tie, tiirowing them and tying
t.iein as is done away out west.
The men and tlie cattle will be
hereon the first, day of the fair
and each cl.iy thereafter. It will
be a sight worth seeing. You
c:in rely on this pari of the pro-
fail to discover the sincerity of i1"' as VlQ "'tract lias been
uiaue, a b.:id gr.en and a money
forfeiture put up. A. C. Samp
son, sevretary of the fair associa
tion, hn t'io contract and the
bond. Tl:e association is leaving
nothing undone to make this
our Democratic friends when
they register thusly when it is
well known that two of the can
didates on the Democratic coun
ty ticket of this county are ex
lnulists. For the Democrats
of this county of Johnson to ! :ve;'r s fair a saaS!l- The date
ppringsuch a chestnut smacks j ls Au- --'. and 31. Nearly two
more of tommyrot than it does i nu'r"ns awa'- t rtad-v- ta
of - sincerity. In fact if the have I,!ont time, but begin
diarges of the Republican candi-1 nuw to Bot read'-
late being a Populist were true i
e hardly believe the leading! HEAL KfTATE TH.VNSFEItS.
Democrats would sanc tion giving j
the matter publicity in Johnson j 3 C Fisher to Martha Dixc-n
for fear the faithful" i lot - ar-d l it L t o bik 1 Atkesons
Mr. Atkeson is well known td
almost everj' Republican in the
sixth district who attend politi-
v...., u : count y
scrong opneniior w.umonu, W,)U)J descrt t his &Umdird ia Park ad Butler "A.
... droves. Standard Herald
IKtsing as a representative oi tne
Im Of loo
Come and Sptr.i t Wtti Kltl Is.
Lake Park Springs Chautauqua,
Hear the following well known Lecturers and Speakers:
Richard P. Hobson, Nat M. Brijham, S. A.
Steele, Thos. McClary, W. II. J. Ham, I. If.
McCash, W. If. Robertson, Sara Jones, and
the Uer. Dr. Dawson of London, England.
Among the artists are Madame Thelma, the
operatic soprano The Meisters, a quartette
without an equal; the Midland Jubilee
Singers, to ia number; Freda Hastings,
reader; The Wilbur Starr Concert Co.;
Rawlings Sisters; musical acts; moving pic
tures; illustrated lecture; band and
Nino Days of Instruction, Rest and
Pleasure at tho
Best Watering Resort in tho West.
district for fifteen years. He is
well posted on affairs political, is
a good campaigner and w ill make
an active canvass of the district.
The ice wagon will not have the
customary walkover this fall.
The nomination of YV. O. Atke
son fur congress by the Republi
cans tf the sixth district last
week may give some insight to
the question, where have the old !
A fUzbtion Ie Jioa.
Li' r' . .-n V,. - . . 1-. . i
preiDe rt hvi rl-jf-i a T-ry
ijrUr.t d.-i-I'.a la r-eciH t
life ir.-Au ranee i-llel.--s. JaiKt
Fox writes this a. T.re
case wm tl.t c! Miry M. K:.r
?.g?.lr.t the Hose Life ir..znz--:
fV. srd !i:t'.,:,t'?i tl.e ll;v. Ut"r f
vi.e oa.i.;-.n7 ;re 1
.akes fIe r--- r-r:
hLs aj-plkatk-n f -r
The pliizitir .zbzrA held
policy ia th oji-izj i-:r -'.kk
issUwd in f.t,i r, '', t'. (fi-
surd dying irra gil.7 lg cn-sscr-tl-oa
in Jane folkrtriry. The
cozr-p&ny refused V ray the pvl.
cy, allegicg that Keller's amwer
Ut the cedlcal exaalr "were
Geo Teiiip!etAn to Minnie Yar
riekL.tl bik o 1st ad Rkh Hill
(J W Witter to K , Uadd l..ts
, Judge Bert Nortoni, of St.
Louis court of appeals was mar- j
ried to Miss Emma T. Belcher of 1
Columbia, Mo., last Thursday at ! Harry W
Olney Mo. Judge Nortoni had Jack acres se: 1' Dcvr Creek
ixH-n a widower for ten or more ; $ jr.t.
years and his marriage was a , A U.-yd to J J IVnton lots 1
great surprise to his friends. j and :.' bik '2 1 1 Foster 'Tri.
Iron is Ix'ing delivered in front 11 A Wayland to G A Henry et
of H. Ijoi-b fc Bros, store for the al - J'' a sec s 10 1114 and 13 Pieas
purpose of remodeling their j ant Gap STuV.
store rooms. When the ctmtem-! Mary II Siii.Il.-v to Nora S!iort
mi s rep resentit .-r-.s cr..n'x-
lae cx'na.ir'-n ci ts u:t
habits and l.Is treatment by Jt
physicians, and that these m'
representatloris were tjA :r.a-le
innocently, but irnoiEg!y ..h
the intention to dec-ive t'.e c it. -pany."
The Cape Glrard-isa circs It
court, where the cas was . iH.
gave Mrs. Keller a verdict i'.-r
iliT, which included interest,
and the supreme court aSirm
tlat finding. Judge Fox says,
in part, in his opinion sustaining
Ttse defendant ia this cause
had the sole jxwer to select its
medical examiner. It selected
Dr. Franklin. He made the ex
amination of Mr. Keller, reported
the same to the defendant, and it
at least placed sufficient reli.ir.ee
ui.n such report to enter into
the contract of insurance. The
testimony of Dr. Franklin, V
gether with Lis rejiort of the ex
amination of the inKrvJ, and tho
ether facts and circamstancv
i .i i t ' K,llated improvements are com-i Short lot 2 bik 101 Rich Hill jsnjO.
tho days when Pupulism whs at!,. , , . , . I vmuui.
i.i,, . . i plcU'd, they will hae me of thei First -itl B'inV to II Vtr
its height and the Popes party L , , ... . . . I ' au 1,,in'4 To K ate.ner
.... 1 'ihnest stores in tlie state out- Sr !,,t 1.; l.r,.- u,wL-vit!.. -sn
mosi poweriui .Mr. Atkeson was ., .... . ... . j ".
Hi st ,atlt.i. J Sunderwirth
a leader in what be considered
the people's cause, but he had
the brains to nov the folly of
side the large cities.
Jacob Von Ilrdmansd o r f.
from Coaigute, hid. Ty.. si-.t . ' lot 11 bi-vk it Ihxkville
!'. and i'it bik o Merwin jlm.'.
Davalt to Kmmi Tj deveio-J at the trhd, ck-arly
authoriid the trial tx.urt to sub
mit this cause te the jury. We
know of norule which would
warrant the ignoring of the testi
mony of the defendant's own
examiner aifcd taking the cause
from the jury, simply e-n the
ground that the defendant now
sevks the opinion of t ther hysi
tions, wliose testimony tejids to
estabhsli the n.isrepres."utatioi:s
alleged in th answers to certain
matters in the apptiewttors for in
surance. It was doubtless the
part lot 13 and undivided 1-2 in-
awinging iK'i nianently to the ' "t-'vvrBl da-vs ,ast WOvl wi,h l,is
DemcKrutie donkey's tail und the I l,,l"cnts and otlier n-latiuv
nerve to let lmse und get into a ! tn,s CiXy-
party that amounts to something!
for the eople's und tlie govern- j
ment's good. The chames uroi
that practically all the old time)
lps will yn the Republicans!
for the catnpitigns of I'.KHi and
liw, hs they will prefer Repub
licanism und its glorious record j
to the uncertainty of the "Con-j
servative Hryanism. "Nevada '
The work of the Republicans
congressional convention at Rich
Hill lust Thursday will be entire
ly satisfactiry to Dade County
Republicans. Mr. Atkeson, the!
nominee, has not always been a!
Republican, it is true, but neith- j
er had R. R 'Lewis, who made
the race in Is'Jl Hnd came nearer ':
the gml than any other Repubii-;
can since the district was organ-'
iwd. It may bo said without
fear of contradiction, liowever,
that Mr. Atkeson is thoroughly
in accord with Republican pi in
ciples and that he stands rt.it
loted on the latest Republican
platforms, as adopted in national
state and district coim-Mion .f
his party. He is, moreover, am
ply qualified toexound sml tip
bold his ie upon the platform
nd w ill hold Ins own withuny
Democrutie sp-Uer in tho dis
trict, Mr. DoAruiond iut exivpt
ed. 1 his able platform work
Subscribe for Thk Tr.ir.CNi;.
If o, i: will interest ve-j t i
know that it can be stopped
w ith Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Tills ;
and without any bad a::ei
cllccts, and this without dan
ger of forming a drug hal it cr
having your rtomach clisar
raHfvl. nev tiositivclv con
tain no opium, morphine, c- I
came, chloral, ether or ihWi
form in any forn. Dr. Mile'
Anti-Pain PilU relieve pain,
and leave only a sense of rtlicf.
The reason for this is explained
by the fact that headache conies
from tired, irritable, turbulent,
over-laved brain nerves, Anti
Tain Pills soothe and strength
en these nerves, thus removing
the cause. They arc harr.i'.os
when taken a directed.
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fir hf rui t t.tV .a -tiilr.k
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In tl..t fts.a. VA.V H tt
ft. K . it r.r .our .....
1 t N..- In Bui.
Wiles MciicsJ Co, Illk-hwt, Ini
m; v i !'"n to j m inggs
j lots 7 - and 10 bik ; Roc kviMe
John Nt no;;ir-t t. . IN'W
" iel! '- acres s.- tion -J2 Ihvkvihe
B V Sharpl-ss to W It IVac'!
! ".V a sec '.'1 !h. k i'.le $J2c.
M Ra; o to W 11 Powell V acres
i sectK.n 22 Ihs k". '!e
: W 1) Price to J A Spurgeon
sec t i ! h a ; ;;;,. s-...
Jackse-n B..ker to Kate Wlley
j lot 2 bhv;i 50 Amsterdam ?e.
j Ms'.h. V 11 ow k:ns to Margaret
dominating thought in the legis
latue u.ind in the enaetment of
section T-- to i.itn-t und coser
just such cases if the nature and
liara tor here presented.
and 4 bik lt
Ain-U i .! rJ3.
R.-bev. A W;;leV to M A
Tl. -! ;;l.i cg'i !- t I I i'rc P", Amster
dam Slot'. f
a St a...
.aron nan t. i- . .igner pt
lot bik Ti Rich H,!S s22"c
Mil W.-rt to J W An her 0 a
fsivtieii p t'hai -U'tte :-..
Mary V." G'.lmore to Frank
Walters p.nt lot l-'s Adrian V.
C K I: i:v : to Matv A Unue'.!v
- j s.s s . ,ti:,i ..i i. rami Kixerjthe FouitU
ai-.-i J!i;o,M'..,:, j assertion that it was th.
TS V, to Juh.4 BtVn.eron! celebration on earth.
1 j . . S . I t . . . . .
io,s.. ... ii i. ar-.t i. uuk 2 W fore s,Ued
.ss.vi.vi,--. dd.t;.;; IK
Tho Repubhcav.s of the lf'lh
Se:.at.rial district h.ce nu,ed
Hon. John A. Overby, ef Cri. h,
Henry courty, r.s thcircanddut.
'i:;e w riter has known Mr. lb r
by for many years and knows
him t. l i no of the finest m-n
in the world. Jack Overby will
be tlie next senator from the lt't'a
n City Register.
A I.ckkI Muppt.v.
Rich Hill p-'lvs were a day
late this wcik. Sapis.- W.d
ters, Wiscuiii and H.ichi'iy
spent the Fougth drinking Iem.
on.ide and listening t the el,.
quent orations. The aet.ge
newspaper man desrus the
l est there is going in the way of
rwi eat ion. . Those from
I ..; ..... . ........... i i. ....
lu'uii iim n.iu in iviCil ll.il etl
are positive in the
' bigg st
We b xw
K'lore asset ttl ts:.lt t : I: h
in s I .il'd SUi": i vs)0
ivh.i t.. w w j.ii:i
I'M" U ;.nd 12 b!'.s I
I T . h 11 .! "
WH U ,...iV to IJ.U liel
l"t - bik 11 il-t;s nd Butler ?-' T3.
G F k'la to L L B
UH.o W. H.ll mi.i.te do th-M , u !..... ' ....
NCPwvwn t., D.,xia Risk lo.'' tart ami we dmitv th...t k0,.l
"S-'uit,. Tl is thing of t:,r. .iU:i.
ing a ci lope attractions a... I
1 d i producing c-n'y a i. i h r is i,. t
business, besules it hurts a tovi ;;.
T.-e e.h'.or weaid h.ce t , ... , I
ti'.tUglli.g With Clovi.,1 in ,.r
sister c.U, but to.. M i-.ot I l' ..
t i. ; s , , - i