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Judge Supreme Court, long term,
Judge 8upreine Court, short term,
J. T. NEVILLE.
J. U. WHITE.
P.ailrond nnd Warehouse Com.
E. W. FLEXTGE.
Congressional, 6th Cist.
W, O. ATKESOX.
Senatorial, 16t'n Cist.
J. A. OVEUBY,
CHAS. F. KEAK1.
For Circuit Clerk
W. M. LYLE.
JOHN V. MOORE.
For Prosecuting Attorney
P. H. HOLCOMB.
For County Clerk
It. W. BAUTOX.
J. W. BOBB1TT
For Probate Judze
GEO. P. HUCKEBY.
For County Collector
J. T. WH1NXEUY.
For County Assessor
For Public Administrator
L. B. ALLISON.
II. W. WILSON.
Presiding Judge County Court
It. F. HARPER.
Judge Northern Pitrk$
W. H. DkAHMOXI).
Judge Southern District
ing to seo what the matter is.
They will not always wait and
watch, tbey will get tire J of fish
ing and hunting Republicans
hail better strike whilo the iron
is hot. Let every Republican do
his duty and the day is won.
Win. J. liryan addressed a
large audience in Nevada yester
day, mostly democrats.
An Encouraging llrport.
Hon. W. O. Atkeson, Republi-
cad candidate for congress in
this district, spent a few hours
in our city Sunday afternoon
while on his way from Ilenry
county, where he spent last
week, to his home at Butler. He
returned through here Tuesday
on his way to Johnson county,
where he will spend the balance
of this week. Mr. Atkeson in
formed us tliat he felt highly en
couraged over the treatment that
had been accorded him wherever
he had been, and that he felt very
hopeful over his outlook. His
meetings have been well attend
ed and he has been approached
by a number of old line Demo
crats, who have informed him
that they felt a change in con
gressmen would be a good thing
for the district and that they
proposed to help bring about this
change by their vote. He found
the Republican counties in the
southern part of the district in
tine shape; harmonious and de
termined to pull all together for
the common good. Cass County
Judgo Seldon P.
Spencor, of St. Louis,
will address tho citi
zens of Rich Hill on
tho political issues of
tho day, Saturday.
Oct. 20, 1906, at 7:30
ItEAL, ESTATE TRANSFERS.
There is not a man on the Re
publican ticket that any Repub
lican in the county should hesi
tale about voting for. Each and
every man of them will measure
up with the average citizen and
all deserve the support of all good
citizens without regard to party.
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itujuviuuv wuuij ven
tral Committee- met at Butler
lat Saturday evening and no
doubt tixed matters up nicely
and then all went over to the
club rooms and registered names
wo as to have them printed in the
papers next issue, so as to show
the innumerable company of wit
nesses tho party has in the county-
The Democratic majority in
Bates county is not as largo as it
once was and the good work the
Republicans are doing will wipe
that out if every man goes to the
polls and dots his duty on the 0
of November. There will be
enough Democrats who thinks a
change would be a good thing to
have who will do the rest- Two
uud four years ago quite a sprin
kle of good fair minded Demo
crats voted with us. Some went
tilling, others went hunting and
bumu others stayed at home wish
ing with all their hearts the Re
publicans would carry tho coun
ty. There are a number of just
fauch Democrats going to do the
isaiue tiling again this year.
They are not exactly sore, all of
them, some are, but they are
completely indifferent to tho hue
ces of their party. They think
there i-j homcthi.ng wrong with
the party management or the
paily policy but they don't care
to Udio tho time to investigate
tho ijiu Mieii and have concluded
to v jit u:id Jce. They arc wait-
John D Woody to C W Woody
45 a sec 18 Charlotte $1200.
John D Woody to Onie A Wolf
49 a sec 6 Elkhart $1200.
F L Wolfe to Catherine A Hus
ted tract section 20 West Point
Laura A Sargeant et al to Z II
Loudermilk: 121 acres sec 5 Deer
Z II Loudermilk to Harriet I
Smith 121 a sec 5 Deer Creek
Margaret J Shay to Mary C
Shelton lots 6 7 and 8 block 3
Pages addition Adrian and lots
11 and 10 blk 3 Pages addition
JC Fisher to Clias II Grubs
lot 14 block 1 lot 5 block 4 Atki
son Park addition Butler $12.
Tma Speaks to G B Plymcll &3
acres ection 2 Walnut $1400.
II B Fox to C II Moulton 67
acres section 6 Spruce $3350.
Wm Wears to Ella Wheelbar-
I ger part lot 5 and 0 block 52 Rich
Mazethe Anderson to J T Hull
undivided 1-3 interest 120 acics
sections 11 and 14 Homer $1400,
MabloELightner to J T Hull
1.8 interest 120 acres section 11
and 11 Homer $1400.
W K Bell to I II Botkin lot 5
block 13 Foster $200.
M A Cassity to Emma W Allen
tract kcc 23 Mt Pleasant $1500.
Claude M Marshall to W G
Turk 7 a sec ID Osage $050.
Uoiue for Iloya Wanted.
We have on hand a very tine
lot of boy a of all ages, from one
month to twelve years of ago.
We are putting them out in care
fully selected homes. They are
placed on three months trial.
All it cts to get one is the
transportation. References re
quired. For terms address Rev.
C. C. Stalimann, Margaretta and
News lead Avenges, St, Louis,
Mo., State Superintendent of
The Children's Home Society.
us? We are sure we would have
enjoyed it "at a distance."
While we were in town Satur
day a wagon load of pears were
brought in from Virginia City,
and they attracted more atten
tion than the Ferris wheel.
Fred Hoeper was limping
around last week with a car
buncle on his foot.
Tho bridge being out of repair
has caused some to give up go
ing to the Butler fair this week.
We were very sorry to hear of
the sad accident that resulted in
tho death of John Cole last
Thursday morning, at the New
Home mines. Mr. Cole was
about 40 years of age, and had
resided in and around Rich Hill
nearly all his life. He was. an
honest industrious citizen well
liked by all, having worked in all
the principal mines around here.
He leaves a host of friends among
his fellow workmen. Be was
married some years ago to Miss
Sadie Scott, who died about six
years ago. He was the father of
four children, two little boys
having died, and two daughters
who survive him, Mrs. Nellie
Brinegar and little Ethel aged 1 1
years, of Foster. He also leaves
a mother, two brothers and one
sister. Every heart aches for
his dear old mother who is in her
U4th year and very feeble. The
sudden death of her youngest
child seems more than she can
stand. We extend our heartfelt
sympathy to all.
Ahead on rinaucp.
1 ho Street ran officers met
Tuesday morning and audited
tho accounts that were in and
after paying them there was a
balance of about $('k) on hand.
Other outstanding accounts will
reduce this balance to about $50.
Tho officers feel that this i.i a
good showing, considering the
amount of money required to
pay tho expense of such shows.
!J!&'.!j,a''ifi i''ZMM'C JUST 2TTT. Q 1
forget llaby 1 restless, can't sleep
at night, won't eat, cries spnsmodl-
cally. A hot Go of White's Cream
Vermifuge never fails to euro. Every
mother should give her baby White's
("renin Vermifuge. So ninnv times
when the baby U liale and fretful.
the mother d not know what t
do. A bottle of thin medicine would
bring color to lift, checks and laugh
ter to bin eye, (ilve It a t rial.
Sol'l by Opera Drug Store.
was a man of nerve, but sickness
left Its mark and he became aged
defore his time. Sicklier Is often
caused by a torpid liver. Hcrblne
will rvgulule your liver uud give you
health. Mrs. Carrie Auk tin, Holiou,
Kaua., writes: "I consider llcrhine
the beet medicine I ever hoard of. 1
am never without It."
Bold by Opcru Drug Store.
The Danville fc Casper Carni
val Co. came to the city of Rich
Hill on Monday of last week,
paid the city $75.00 for the privi
lege of conducting their shows
on one of our side streets. Gave
our people good clean shows, so
said by everybody who attended
them. Paid their bills promptly
without cavil or grumble, folded
their tents Saturday night and
peacefully stole away without
leaving any ugly things or signs
behind them. Personally we are
not much on the show busiress-
Life with us has always been a
serious matter. But we believe
amusements are as essential to
the well being of a people as are
the weightier matters of life and
the company that furnishes such
amusements as this company
furnished to the people of Rich
Hill deserves commendation. So
far as we have heard there was
no druukenn'S!, no profanity or
even unusual talk during the
whole weeks entertainment.
Nothing in their line that was objectionable.
A lAl. ' V fhlTlf.tf V
WARM KNIT UNDERWEAR.
Frosty mornings give us timely warning
that now is timo to supply ourselves
with heavier underwear. Buy now
and get the best values obtainable
at very moderate prices.
WOMENS' UNION SUITS, fine
ribbed cotton; fleece lined; bleached;
soft and warm; a splendid TOr
value at - - - Ovli
" VESTS and DRAWERS, made of
good quality of fleeced cotton, ecru
color; a good weight and value
at Per garment
BLEACHED KNIT COTTON COR
set covers; fits right over the corset;
high neck and long sleeves; just the
thing these cool mornings and
f If you only knew horpodN. ' !.vJ
If you only knew how pood,
s now durable, how f;:t is factory
really is; if you only knew how easily it can. bo
put ou and how hmp it l-ts; u you only knew
what a good ad-round
Miss Leota Ballfinch spent last
week at her aunt's, Mrs. E. M-
W- 1L Cotton is building an
addition to his line residence.
J. W. Reedy and wife, of weat
Butler, visited their daughter,
Mrs. J. M. Wheat ley and family,
Friday mid Saturday.
Had another goose- picking ai
WUJ'jw (Jjvvu uzi c;UT iuvited
Tho high Ml uds lately has caused
many apples to full. Cora cutting
Is alout over.
Arch Falor shipped a car load of
nogs to Kansas City, Tuesday
Tho firm of Charles & Kunnuers
have sold their stock of luervbuudUo
to C. 8. Cald well of Nevada.
W. O. Hush, of Nevuda, has leum-d
the Met hotel and meat market and
will run tho two together the coin,
We uuderstuud that Itev. A. Nmltli
has been returned to Met and
Kprague to preach the coming year.
Chris Heed aud wife were the
guests of Mr. aud Mrs. 11. Cllue last
J. V. Kcvfauver uud wlfii of Pana
ma, paid us a visit last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. j; 11. We end who
have been Ultlng In Oklahoma, re
turned home lust week.
The jwople 4 thi ii. I'.. Church
have aJdcd a new rout of palut to
ths church, which makes It look
("has. II. Comptou Is erectlug u
new flour mill In east Met and
promfw-s to be grinding wheat
within sixty days. Hurruu tor u!
Met Is the same thriving little
town located m-ur the banks of his
toric old Osage, where wt have all
that heart cuu w Islt for around us;
and the prettiest women of the '.
Oh, the apples uud the -aihesuud
the pars, JJovj they glitter und
spurkle la tlie sunlght iijj) he po
tatoes uud the pumpkins here for n
would make your mouth fairly wa
Ur at the sight.
When tlJ wheat uiij the torn are
And the Mirkt-rs are hung upou a
Who'd h-ave "home, sweet hoiue" at
Aud go to Klondike lu search of
Walnut Street 51 K.Cburoh
Preaching at this church each
Sunday at 11 a. m. andnH) p. m.
Sunday Schol at 9:15 a. in.
Junior Li-ague at 2:30 p. m.
Epworth League at ".-OOp. in.
Prayer meeting on Thurnaay
evening at J.-00.
Tlio public are cordially invit
ed to attend.
A. Ii Ryan, Pastor.
roof it is ytt would futo
money by using it It every buu lin on tho j'lacc.
Weather proof, wear proof, contains r-o Ur, slate color,
any one can lay it. Let ua provo to jou what tha
genuine Paroid Itoollnj will do.
Send lor rrcc Sample
and iKKik cn "JluUJiujr Ixonomy." It wid un J44
liiouey. IMOl UlkO S CllFltp IllllUtion. tUo ccuuioc-
loe nxir tasi jat. a cvuipkia rating
b.u lu cTtry rua
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1st. Presbyterian Ccurt'U.
Sunday School 9:45 s. ni.
Preaching t 1 1 a. m.
Junior Endeavor 3 p. m.
Christian Endeavor 7 p. in.
I'rrachinsf at S:oo p. rn.
I'ltyrr Mectinjj every Thursday
rvtnini; at 3;oo p. m.
'I wm when they unto
me let n go up" to the houte bf
W. II Chakch i.ou, I'attor.
1 bo Farnier Feed Them All
"The farmer's trade I one of worth.
He's partner llli thesky and earth.
He's partut-r w llli the sun and rain,
Aud no man lows for his Kaiu,
And 111-11 m.iy rik( and un-u may
l!ut the fari.ier he unift f--d them
The farmer dares his mind tocpiak,
He has no tltt or place to seek,
To IIO man living need he bow;
The mmi m ho walks behind the plow
Is his own inuntor. whate'er 1 I.iH.
And king or Uvgar, he t-eds us all
t ld Kong.
Wo havo hoj'se, h'g and eatllo
cuts, Hiid tale bill cut for all siwli
printing, and turn out an gsul
neat job printing uh any olli-o in
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