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jtttytttttyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT, Money to Loan A Card from Mr. Jt P. Harper.
An Open Letter.
To voter of the Sixth CV-n-
A Caa n in Court.
1 have II few .tirmci.fi it itntlara T"i.n,.. T. ......... . ..
. , vh ul-ai. ra mi jo urn voter of the Sixth C.-n-f Prairie Ci'y M.- t
tn loan rn ... .. n .. . ... ........ "'''' ' " ,AV
..... wU iiwu v;i .eniocraiic papers or inn grcssionai .;;-,tn t: Kkitoh Tk:;unk
farm property. - c miity in it 9 editorial and thro' It may not be runis for m- to Oi th.; 1TM of O
11. P. KObinson.
'.. ' '
We havo received
a spteadid lino of
AISO OUr UGW StorlrS' MGnrfe Bagby is in the ' MiS,u,n Jua r ' Mnuw-Isl,a: 01 J" i I r ei. in this vicinity. TJ fa-
... , J city visiting the family of J. Lar- county court, everything would WHS nuauaw, nominal, -d i,y a j ll.-r of the ri is a firmer f
lOr ladies aiid 3 son, and other relatives, go to the dog, and that the big c;mfu1' t"nserva! ive Republic an j moderate means, and the wdnr-'-r
Children. : KilIl(h snraker ha .rrlvo.l '" would ' lost unless Mc- T"-!.?" ' 'ae '.f ! ad, hi, Wt t!.,! he wa, ,bU.
its correspondence, as also m v- ay "nsi! word at t''" time to a state r;!.-e was tahVd up inou.
Mi..4i... ... ... . .' th voter of thi District in this circu.t r.e..rt -
... . , , , , , ... viwiwinnr lyemocraiic ooy ora- t . . - j."!,,
Br. Slater h dental office will . , wax. I wish I couhl ee you ' B, -n of fa it .- .-'.nr-.,. .;.
M,UKI)l Ct0aUl W to facv. but that is in, a usg not A
b dosed hereafter on Monday
impression that f-houid I bo 'possible.
elected Presiding Judge of the1 On the 1'lst da; of laM Jum
! Mxt.-en year old, whose parent
, ' ' , - i liepuoucan pr.rty in the dis-
.iis sumuH-r iraeis . u, .see u car. trict. I promised that conven
l"Or gOOd. Warm 3 with the Ferris wheel.
underwear come J J
here. Wr hn.vn n. 5 visited the family
4.. 3 (Tuesday of this week
"ieat from xrhioh liive just ,ectiveJ a fine
to Io re ti? be,t u hra in tLe
st.ite and U'jt th? ca- in cosrt.
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1 'lea Uirouirii. 'tf. Nmv ai a tt.n t,. .1.. .!,.., ... .... . .. ... . !'ti ... . ... ....
A. Moberly, of Kansas City, j matter of fact the editor of the an1 tx uphold the party banner ! b--rn to. it up Rnd prf.ir.isc-l l.lm
ed the family of D. Ilarber, 'Times as well as its writers and t the extent of my ability. Now laid to employ J.i-ryer to ai,t
sdav 11T thi u-ft.lr l.i . . . at, llm r-liwa i.f llio nnn.-ic r r... ......... .." .
We h:';ve ail the
nt.-v. tilings in
drto.s coeds, suit
ware. Kirk's Gro. Co. 011--
the bov nrator f if. n at Hie close of the canvass, I f 1 the prosecutor in the ra.. V:
know me, and know that I would V? , V ' ,J'y I the P
. , ... dc,i' have aone my Ix-st. Th re' tiff tooic a chan-o of v;.n:! aT.,t
ave you noticed i w arren ,s a sister tf
, 5 1 Phi for.
our aisplay of ,
J 2' City Clerk Jon;
Mrs. !e Porter r,nd children, 1 ; nii ,.,1,..
ot M. U uis, viittd the family of
4 J. W. Porter several days last
3; Mr. D. V. Warren and wife
3 have arrived from Kansas City to
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uinny wit'ir nome nere. .Mrs.
Mrs. C. I.
"" carry mil u,e have b.H-n manv ohsta. 1
law in these iiih: h i. n, as will n ov. nmiie. I haw not
wi'.h.'Ut fe;ir mi in- t i"d !)) fa!'en-il.
1 T r.-u!r to !,. c
Hi ,; : !:.! 1 ! con'.-.t tn
to !';' trird was s-' t for N'.-r.
i-, S'ljiifliox it wa.s learned t)fa
-d :-:ti to a jrotier
. gooc. warm
Prices range from 3
BV' per pair up.
IH0N 1.0. 116.
City Clerk Jones returned
Tuesday fr om Uutler, where he
had been since last Friday, fixing
the city tax bi)ks.
Mrs. J. C. Line had the mis
fortune to fall yesterday morn
ing while arising from her bed,
and very severely hurt her injur
ed arm and shoulder.
4; Mrs. S. D. Phifer and little
; son, of Spi'injrfltdd, Mo., are vis-
itini; the family of C. L. Phifer.
ti.ilAiZ.AA4AAAiAA,4AAXAAlliThey are on their way home from
1 . 1 . tunc v-ttuill
f 1 w i I 1 1 1 1 1, i,v fr,Mn dwaukee, i
a visit at Lexington, Mo.
Mrs. Mae Campbell arrived
Head the TltmCNE.
SmhI II tin tllMV
t'l.'ili.ii!i. t No. r.2.
Mrs. G. II. Conover is in Indi
ana this week isiting relatives.
Miss Maggie Barber spent
Sunday afternoon with friends
in llutl. r.
Mrs. (h'o. Smith returned hist I visiting J. W. llaker and family.
Friday fr in a visit to Mrs. Cha.s. j returned to llutler Sunday, to
Lewis at Windsor.
Mrs. Wm. Hannah is -in the tonio, Texas
guest of her uncle,
Wm. Youard, at the waterworks
Uncle John Haney made the
Twccne oftice a pleasant call
yesterday morning on his way
to Butler. lie has been enjoying
a vacation over in Hudson and
Pleasant Gay townships.
Mrs. Sydney Halo and beauti
ful httle daughter, who had been
lew 1 v
iiiit mv claims and thv cinim
r- c-.ni..k'i-ti..ri, and a .-if consti
, t- tu:.ed meddling crn.itt-e r.:
I the j .r girl an of..?ct of barter
v- r.t .of low bidding and high asking
k'e. t . ail dav Tu.-sfbii ai.l tinr!
rk uhkj v.te.sMf this splendid distriit, 'n -day no..n, when a fine was
If I am t. Democrats and Ilnui l:c-u s : fixed which i u-.u L-n,.n
. - - . ..ii..u ijc 1 e,
s;i 1 . 1 1 ,i
' Ml ll t V 1 I I j ,.
, , ii' nopumican party to t!i
elected county court wi havejio , , , . , .
dfii 111 lirment of the m 1.
(lower in unuo it,-
has been 1 gaily done.
elected a meml-er of that honor- '''; and if a majority of ir.y !Tiie girl is a child, a minor,
able body I would use in;,' best fellow citizens f all parties con-; has no legal voice ia the deal r. r
efforts in directing the work nc- etude to entrust the interests of j any lawful right to a cent of th
cording to the cont nu t m dennd l'ie district to my hands, tuey j money and. fortunately for her. is
not in hantp-M-ing .ir d:-la ing it, w ''' sn.v s' by their ballots. Ijn-it responsitda. On Wednvsday
h the nd 'hat ilie .vo: lc I... -,. believe they have made up t!n ir j t.ie app-.-al for a change of vence
phteil viih'itr i-v.vr .'i ,1. minds to d- s. Bat whether' was withdrawn; defendant plead
'.v. they d;isoor not, I wish to as-'guilty and was tine.J th ..a:j
I am lirmly of the opinion that sure ID' friends ar.d my party
if the people elect a Republican associates that I have sought to
county court they will have no carry the banner with honor, and
need to fear that graft or favor- 'n no instance have I permitted
iteism will find any abiding to be trailed in the dust,
place in this great enterprise- I have not been able to do all
that is to be begun in this county that I wished, or as some one
wneiner us ultimate result is omerenuy suuaiea migiu, per-
success or failure.
R. F. Hauper.
haps, have done. But I have
done my best and am content.
1 conclude by thank-fog my
friends throughout the district
t i: for uniform rvin t-ti 'aa
with the rheumatism last weekjwliere extended, and for the
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out is aoie to take his regular eareiui aueniion given myargu
contiuuintr their visit tiefm
i,..Hii, !...: 1. I . a. a
, mi .iuJK io uivir nome in oan All-
trips this week.
Tlie ladies of the Walnut street
M. E. Church are arranging to
give a rummage sale, between.
the 1st and 15th of November.
Further announcements next
ments, and I trust the friend
ships created or renewed may
It is now up to the voters to
determine the contest between
the sitting member and tnvscif.
(and I shall abide the result of
I your Dauots as any good citizen
receneu nonce a lew days ought to do
city the guest .f her father
Jesse Steele and fmiily.
Pat Johannes and wife of Kan
R. F. Ilitrprr, Republican rm
dulaic lor i'tetiding Jutie, trove
from Hutlcr lo Rich Hill eMerd
?as City i-iel relatives iu this la one Imur nd forty minute. 1l.ii
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city the first of the week.
Sam Long and mother of Kan
since that o sweet little baby
daughter had come to bless the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Thompson at Kansas City. May
little Zoe tarry with them many
years to bless and comfort.
UK en AKITAMLK
Vj.llfV.V llWirt 111! l-.V ka-.m.
nnK,.J i it;n .....I ,., ..enure Missourun
prove he fact Hut Mr. Hirpti
jcungo mnif, and hc Democrat
, ... . , ! nai nriier Keep an eve on him t'tx'
as (. it v came down Sum av nn n ... ' .... r
j .... . UCm.v
visit to friends in this city. I
,r, . I H. P. Elliott has returned from
There were six additions to ,- ... ,
. ,. his isit to relatives and friends
tlie Uaptist t hun h as a result of ,.. i ... , ...
,, . , j . . . . up in Iowa, Nebraska and other
t.ie reViva hneeting th past wei k . . .
1 northern states. He is looking
Mrs. I M. C; i i Hit li visited her well and enjoyed his visit very
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.jmuch. He likes the hustle anil
Re. ley at N' V.xl.i o er Sunday. ! rust !e tif the northerners but
, , ., ... ' tldnks Missouri U b.hk1 enough
Mr. and Mrs. O.'.-.-e, of Nevada, fljr J,im,
spent Sunday with h. r p.n-..nt
Mr. mid iis. K. R. Wiiiiaiiison. j f ACTS AND flCllON'.
(.'. S. Campbell is the proud j -
father of a pair of lys at his ! I.xprrleiicr of Itleli lllll fill
house. They anm-d Sunday! fnAr r.ii.lij I'rovm
morning. j To H Fucta.
. . ii , J Tin liioxt mnHrlltinl InventlrttioD
Mr. and Mrs Ja. Hurkms, of j wl ,,,. ,hat Um f.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,..
X'ontana, are in the city isiting in. nt from rvnldnut of Kl, h Hill U
Mr. llarkin's father and other true. Iti-a.l It uu! cmiiimnc evldciu-e
rel.it ies. I from liUU Hill ojlo with iftl j many friends here rejoice
II. .f II 1.T .... I
.mis. .ieuiey ami .us- i-uiioninw
of Kansas Cit v. visited tlieir sis. fact
ter, Mrs. Jacou Lnuii, the first;
of the week.
Misses N'annye and Sallie
lluckehy spent Sunday after
noon with Miss Abblo Harnett
Hnd ether friends iu Nevada-
Mr. and Mrs. llugli Ricliard
sen, of Kansas City, spent Sun
day with Ws. Richardson's pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. DoAr
hiyor Lam aster, Carl Stone
braker and Jot' Aiuleison with a
company of Chicago gentlemen
left Tuesday for southeast Alia
sou i i on a hunting tup.
Mrs. L C. C.M'k, of Kansas
City, and father, Mr. Isaac Conk
liii., '.;f New Mexico, spent Sun
day isiting the family of (J. G.
Cojiij the vcl tstuto u;&n.
W. O. Atkeson'.
Butler, Mo., Oct. 30, lj 0.
sum of one hundred dollars.
I make no plea for the Magda
lene. But this case is a young
girl only sixteen, -and if we must
be merciless to the woman be
cause she has fallen, let cs be
just with due punishment to him
whose guilt is greater. Banish
from society with an unalterable
edict of Lntinite scorn, the cun
ning rake, the heartless wretch,
w ho laughs in his sleeve when he
has accomplished the maiden's
ruin and gets off with a few dol
lars of his surplus gold. The
man devoid of heart or con
science, is a wild animal, who
deserves punishment under the
"unwritten law," and which is
inflicted in the South where wo-
Y cu t fcet? iw.tiJ7sj Vs
ftyle the cat the ft irfcicSi
ercwi sa4 a.H CUJTilZRAFT
oita from e.4 e4ar.
AaJ m hnjn er CWicrmft
a jo bu4 tor jvat tw
wni e ver) o el wKI ntlc
Um Ait ttctt9 (A your cJ-stJvrt.
Tfe 5stincti o qtuEUtm ars
there prt there fry tbm vry
bt dt-!fnen tni cattrrf; they
r tierio to Uy bJ:t La,
tallered In, by toor&vjtljr
trJcil work people.
AaS there Ua't roem (v m
Lxh cf as but a.'I-woot ttbric
. ia CLOTnAFT
Beasley alerc. Co.
etl fro:n R 3 i t
I". Ayer nnd daughter. Miss
Nellie, spenv Saturday- in Kan
T.ie 'lord., of creation," Hie
men f-lks, have all gone cnu'y
over Polly Tix, arid we can wear
our wedding gowns to brci.kfas
and our right cups to chur h ar.d
they wo-.J l r.ever know th
fe!-:cc-e- Never uumi, it won't
be long now until we Kt.pui.i:en
wives will call-.-U up n f..-r con
man is sacrea and womanly r- ...,i , . . .--
. , mnsui c'-.-r.-.i ;i'."::Cvs.
tue crowns her queen. It the u-;:, . , n. ......
i.iit .. .1 ...i " v" v ...s w
v. wuiijiaa uamnauon lull
on mux w:io leads her to sin.
Mesdasnes Lir.n Fleming and
Dick Wooderson were in town
(From last ww k. )
There is always something do
ing at Metx. Several real estate
consumated last i and nreiJarinu the snii for .,v
Mrs. Sarr.li M. Goods!.., fn
Kansas City, h is n b.ere en a
visit to her old h me place and to
relatives in Carbon.
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ir-dw. II:,)Ughta is busilv m- ... . , .1 . . ...
, K-aged fertoiz.ng his l.ttle fartojto is:t her ster.
. ... ll" '.'-UlU.
B-lser, of neir P.iusa, is
mine tin his
to VOlir liorw nt well ni t n r.nr .If
You nvd tint aii ft... r fnnn null,. ,f deals wimp
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nyaort-your honw not .uf-Jweek. We are informed that year's crops
" minnnniiiin ' lliul.nn I, I.. ..,.., .1... V..
I.lnlm.ii.t If .-Mr... ..II l tl i'" "f.ov uir .'.HI-
'1 llUVf IX-eil
. .... .....I a... a I . . . ... . . . . r . t.
o.i.i nun iv in IH-Illf IX1I I.lOIfll UUrneU. . . ... aiWK'lilil.Vi,;;;
v,l,,n,,,Mr.1,imrU,.t.- The sch.l in Dist V. T:t J-..lTV his w il in this .,vt,en.
sioM or Utieru iiniat Store , smeni-.. r.n.sh.si and ready for
j progressing nicely under the ,Vcup ancy.
Slmro.ki-M..rri. M.r. - , management of 1. . Arm .t rer.g ,
i uul;i- ,-i,n'i .it. t i,,,. ,i . . ,
as teacher. ..-... io.- r.r-w
dainue U t.av st.u U
run. nil pulim. J M. i . , . i "- " m- uonerison J.as Uvn f -m
tli-ld. Mo . -vrlt.: Dye lots on Main Street j very sick, but is now able to be A, ! , . - , , , .
your liniment for tin where Rod man s store stood be- !ftl,.ut once more I 1 .RMV,:a''r 5 "d dry
l It to Ih tic mmt I , fore it burned. I , .., " and tvra husking ha ctameno-
Judge Shep'.crd ha lo
Charley Suncosky was married, .... . i 1 ''""l"'1 '.v the snut.h t ., ' a e..
n.-o i ...! . . ... . Kditor U ilhams in his last is- h. ....... n.i .......... i .. . . .. "ll
... .unn iiui ii .'June .Morrisai' , ,. ' "- ul"'"i c:ie;-c-o .Moil-1 -n. i , i : . i
sue oasseu u Counime- ' ont .e ,t.,- , o-ni; o imi oi ,i
List Friday t
storm passed thr
:g.i here Ireni
Parsons, Kas., Wednesday, X t. 1ms Ctm,s,n- ,ni v.
2UXHjHtthehomeofthebride-s K"n;;in- xv :!l,V Ed Mdler and w.fe of Pen Vv
parents. They will be at home this question. IU ..,,,ou, , ,r,U;n;oJ f ..; & ;
to their friend in Aurora, X1L . vvr V" nurtor iin;er1 ri 'l"
after Nov. io. Thegnn.m ,vas i "t J. Ingal Is was. IVr-i
one of the most exemplary of th ' htts the xvrtt Kans:,A ylt'wn- 3 ! U"U Uu v
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piv kir g t i a close .n thU sectii.rv
Bro. i'arten.er pre.u !e-d a t..
sorn.o.-i it the Christia;i church
l ist Sunday ixi'.l t:e c'.i 1 1 ch w a
is no more ignorant than theav
on estimate made from the l..tet
.....v oi .trm.-r. :iiMi.g ... far ecry st4p in life he takes toward .
ny you ouniiit luvc.tlirnt tht .i,,,.,,,,,,,,.!,... .;,.u,..i.. greater number of uhterate peo- C
Olllli' cili. Mnn V n.orw i-ll hu.iiMi ..... nl. in Mu.,uin I i-in n I. mi : P
. ....... ...... ..I. . al 1 ... v. a. i. ........ ...... rt. ' a.
f ltk-b Mill w III endonm , . ur Mnlma. uie onae or 1)1 , ... . . ,
It J. Itr,.ii,.y. i 73 Fayette St.. choice is in every way worthy of i V tt. ,' t x,-.,.,..; J.: t
neav-; -- -- - - ;
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corner of I'li.e, Kii h Mill, Ma , t-nvn. such a husband. May their
P.mii 'a Kidney Ptiu nrv it Mlat.U' matrimonial bliss continue thro'
remedy for l,Idd,r trout.lea. I wh a lon ftnJ j ,5f
Bn-atly fiul.arravil In UiU way for
a long wldle. I uwil dlff, r,mt rvmc. . "
dlin tint they gave me little relief. I NOIICt,
rrifun... woan . Kumi-y niu nt the NofllV u ...VMn rh,
Mrs. Arch Falor i isi
friends and relatives at Ncvad.v.
C. G. Frank and wife, from
Spiague, had business in this
section last wtvk.
The letters from a Missouri
.. .. . .'iiiht s i rn-i'v i: ir i, i i 11 ii'. it. r , .... i : .
0,H.rH,,ua- drug Mow cl th-lr wtamentary u,.on the e.tato of II. ' ! HPiHMrir.lu
uaevunsl nie. Peforo u h.g them 1 .. . , ., , , , , the I u:ii. ,t each week, uuvts
had to rl-e Irvqueut.y t Iht and L. ? A! , 1-nrty approval.
tlu. iKvrvllo.iii wrrefartoo coulnun. . .. . ' . . I JumimAii.i s
i . a iiuni.v i niimip our., in i
Xlir..ll.rl, ..... .1 . a tl... ft...... .. k
, , ,D " lltea Cou.ity, Ml.ourl. Uarlurf
.aM.IK mad ,y llf, .nU-ralile. 1 j.,. tJw ,SlU J(,v , 1K.oU. 1(Vl.
hnve to thank iK.an a Kldm-y I'll!. A M ,1(,v, , .,,,,
fur mv nr..ai..iit likimni.O-p f....... ...1 ..
i . .ii-...
iiv-mi .ic..i.ivi. . uir .luurji. f HUT
or...... vj u.a.er. , ru M tl.lllu, u , rV,ti,,.v wtiu proT v,.i.d'.l... A .,ll!i- turr
cvuta I' onter-MUliurn l'o., Puflal.,. t yar. from tl. .1 itf of h,1. Kr roi..tt.U rH.us,.,,.. Pv..
N. a.il ai'UU tor tii lulled u.-u . ti.u ,...!. .. ti...v i i I I -l.l nd nil i:U .lire l.. u i..nl.l
, . foiWtrl.nrri-l
It-wviuUr the nw-loim--n4 FmkU. Wimh,..!..
tak oo othvr, p ..-
t ...... ..i
tua.ua. so i s
i. n.....n jvmiiit i-ma A,H.r-,.u. havliu c lal.ua ..Kaln.t i tuning, j ou tU-t Unt Hoc t.h.e tor P
pnwnt Immunity from thU m,ld e.tate are r.s.iitrv, to rxlilblt i I "" isr....t rviuuiar f- W
aiu-e and It U a plea-uw to tllt.ln to lse (lir Hoivan.v, lil.lu . "?ver t.n. red to -.a It-. n.c h um.icU y .!
mend Ihl. remedy tu otliera on,, jear fnua tl. date of aaid . t ' H un, r fro... e.er r (-1 ,ii,l. If ;
nf.oi.i tnconve.den.-i, nrWnj r tl., v mav 0e pnxla.led from 'oar,. LIU,..,. .l fie.f d. It. ,.r .A
lUorder. of the kidney. . .. ot nu . ,f ; liver, .m l ll. rt lue .;i, ui Is Iu It. S
ale Ov nil th aler. I'rU-e. An ...... . . . ...... ...... ...... . "
ll.er. try but tie uj oa wl'l
w' n a
We are receiving: daily
by express, the very
Newest and Latest
styles in Plain and
Fancy Plaid Coats.
Wo can suit yen.
Don't fail to see in.
tievrr Use liiiytliliiii