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I CilRISTPJIAS 1
for Holiday Goods 3!flr;tof ti.
of all kinds for
t the whole family. 3
Tell the children
is at our store.
S. L AMES,
Items Gleaned From This Locality
and Sorted Out in Sizes.
Mrs. Nellie Krause and little
fn have returned from their
Kac83S City visit.
Mr. Peter Pearson, of cast
Walnut street, has been confined
to his home for several weeks by
Miss Cora Hart, of Butler, vis
ited the family of J. W. Bakor
last Monday, returning home
Tuesday at notn.
Mr. R W. Apple, an uncle of
Mrs. A. Kuhn, is in the city vis
king his relatives hero. Mr.
Apple's home is in Des Moines.
A PROMPT, IFFIOTIVK
RIMiOY rOR ALlfORMSOF
1 Lmn't-.s, elr'
j 4Jn tmtl CmimrU,
A GIVES QUICK RSLIKP
j Ah!M riwrtiiuif H sfTrrts HitiMt In
- tu ti Ilfl fr..'n 'n. Mi t ii..in'i
j l Im.u.iI r.T.vMP.1 hf it Mi-
til .mu .ioVic4 ruiU U f
TSST IT FREE
If too are tu?lnlri( with lihriin wl.ta.
I n nK,i, K-M'li-, N-irii. K iH4 f
l r.ul i i.r Win if 4 1 1 ?-. ril l
I t.if s li il Unu 4 H'uol a, end
1 -0oV't enUK-ir cf ov'um.
J coculotv iuurW-';u ;.-htl. Wuii.hiiiiii
1 JWmCi SrUUHATiO cusi cosriiT,
1 turf. lu-,
the mr.HT ncnroY
FC IIOMACH IfiOUiiLAS
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t-I. I K i IS
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tis-s a 1' ,ii.iuAAJO.iut
Money to Ixnui.
I have a few thousand dollar
to loan on easy terms on good
II. P. Fobinson. ,
Mr. Arthur Studer f pent lat
Sunday with Nevada friends.
Dr. BKiter'n dontJ ofiice will
bo closed hereafter on Monday
Mrs. llarve Johnson, of But
ler, visited lier parents here the
Mr. T. C. WVIth has returned
from a several months visit to
relatives in Illinois.
Tlie local option election for
, w ....... i - i
'off very quietly, and went "dry"
by a good majority.
Mrs. Gustie Pearson and little
6on Earl, who have been over in
Kansas fo somo weeks, are at
homo for a short ettsy, .
Butler has set her younger
sister, Rich Hill, a good example
by voting "dry" by a majority of
Mrs. Iiura Simmons returned
; last Saturday from a visit U) the
family of her brother, Mr. F. P.
Lane, at Sedalia.
Mrs. LeManco, a state worker
of the W. G. T. k U. has been do
ins effective work among the
ladies of Rich Hill the past week.
The G. IL Oopeland Cash Gro
cery, cor. 1st and Olive streets,
will be opened Dec. 12, 1907, to
sell $;oods at lowest cash prices,
and all patronage will be appre
ciated. Dr. J. B.- Wright, of Charles
City, Iowa, who visited the fam
ily of Judge Alien Wright, the
past week, preached at the
Christian church Sunday and de
livered an address at Anti Sa
loon headqnrrters Sunday after
noon. - "
Rich Hiil Crick & Tile Co.
100,000 3, 4, 6, and 8-inch
Tile in our yards ready for the
3- inch .
4- inch .
6-in h .
$u.50 per i.ooo.
16.50 " "
have vitrified and
building trick for sale at factory
II. M. BOOTH, Mgr.
a iir.AitTV AiTinnn
Is whit mt t al it l..it, l.ul S no
U'lit-rit t tin-in It t!n ,v Vinv wort-iH.
un' your bnfcy U not troiil.hil
wllli tln'jn. fiir jiojt1iiii iil
witys liunnry, iln uiuli-r the ,yi',
not rtilliliix In weight Bliil yi llow
oitU'lrlii. A iIiim'M it W IiIU-'h
(nam V r:n!futf wl'.l ex m 1 u'.l
irm. It la n poxlUvc tunt nint
rvl!n! l'rliv ct rit vr Imlth'.
Kohl by i'rn I)ruK',
Koyal Neihtor Octrs.
Victoria Camp, No. . K vr.l
Neighbors ' of Amerie-t hold iui
j interesting tfossiou l.oj.t Monday
. niht. l'ur now tncinV'.'i s were
! iditiatcd, lunch horvt d and t.tli-
tvrs t'h'ch'd as follows:
Orrhi-Mrs. Millif t. HU k. y'
Vice Oi acle Mrs. Ho!k Zi'i(.
Kocnider Miss Kinn.a Try.
Kecviver Mrs. P. 11 WiiUin
son. Oiiiuieollor Mrs. '.',. H.iUor.
Marshall- Mrs. Libbio ViUii.
Inner Sontitud M i .. V.lizi-
j Outer SiMit.iail Miss lil.u.dio
! Minnin Mrs. K...Ua li.xah.
!Vl.-K-.t t- Blto (.'amp-Mrs.
P. O. bl"iH:biu'n'-r.
Altoraato Miss L;... 10 Mc
Fiom Beila& y.
home from my six weeks vn ca
tion in Virginia, I found o much
to do that I have had but little
time for writinc, and besides my
hands were so tender tht when
I got to gathering corn which I
did soon after my return, my
fingers got so aoro th.t I uld
scarcely hold a pen or pencil
I have finished getting the
corn in and hare a aapply of
wood and coal laid op for the
winter, and if this fine weather
continue will begin plowing
soon. A part of our corn made
about 23 bushels per acre, and
some of it about 2 bushels.
The wheat that has been sown
here is growing some, but is not
We experimented with some
milo maize this year but do not
think it worth repeating, as the
sparrows and blackbirds levied
a tribute of about twe-thirds on
the crop, and to help matters
along I clipped" a piece off the
end of my left thumb with a corn
knife while harvesting it. Somo
good farmer can sell ns a load of
kaCir corn next year for chicken
Tlie crop of eggs that is being
harvested now is not yery satis
factory, but tho prospect is Mat
tering for a full crop in the
It is pretty hard for a boy (or
a girl either) to get over his rais
ing. Jonn nas leit tne iarm ana
is clerking in a book store in Ne
vada, and as Maida is there at
tending Pchool, wife and I are
beginning life over again alone on
C. A. Bnux
Soft Boiled Shirts.
She was a dear old lady, but
she lived at Uardscrabble, and
was a bit behind the times. She
had been reading the advertise
ments in a city newspaper
chance had brought her way.
. "Father," she asked her hus
bsnd, "what is these here neg
ligee, shirts they talk about?"
Father, being a man.was equal
to the occasion.
"Don't know what they b?M
he grinned. "Well, yqu are a
back-number, Negliyeo shirts
ain't quite so 6 tiff and choky as
a b'lled hhirt I mean a regular
hard b'iled shu t. A negligee
shirt is ttomethiog you might
cil a soft biled fchirt." Womans
Mrs. Krie Nichols, of Butler,
visited the family of her uncle.
G. W. Lawson, the first of the
Sheriff Board and Prosecuting
Attorney Dawson were in our
Mild and Severe
Instantly Cured by
Rn-Oaw 13 not to b
confounded with the commonly
sc'U )rvparations for this cause.
It is rt-markable
in every respect.
Alleviates jUI riain in A very
Tor lle.-iitache, Neuralir'a,
or that dull or timi felin?,
there is nothing better than
robitivfly no ill-cJTccU
Ia Two Sixes, 1.; tzl 25;
S.!J lj all Ta-Uti tr ciT-1
r! rtl (V
3. I'. V.iMS IVKfJlSt
or it V. A.
fPIAK PLAYS IN HOVAL CAVE.
Cut ef tH Or4)nry.
On etrMtoa a plr tar.41
erpd tlTn!f to thtui!tof p'irJeg
n fc thett wttk oae U hk p.
t4 tbe n!f crumb ct U'tL.Vo
tfct aome pop! rta t ut of tbe
ttorj It tt the naM4 erty
fry ehot and ktt H sf. Aito,
k l tot tTkrt ct mea trrln t
win od r eorr4 tip, wfcere
who ktre b1 kwt one lub !isct tte
tuW t cs4 br tblr cryjvrnl, anl
other vbe igr4 to pat vy.h
eethtsc bat tbelr vmbreUuT Oe ct,e
oecio tolftr plT4 a root 4 t!
a chrt6rne botUe aeainet a rr.xn
vbe h4 al fc'.i clabf, aad It is a s&4
thief to know ttit It Is on record
thet tlie man with tbe harrjarne Vot
tie woal There are tV4 to be Tarl
oua Seote who baT driven bslla t&
the face cf eifng'.ie &icbea vtti
it at tte him Una drlTic tbe farce
Cff the wtche. aod aa Aror1-n -riatloa
ft tfcle form cf got freak
ltbeece, 'as iractlcd witlt iqk c
f r r on eaa eaaioa, was to drive a
ball e!T the top ot a hen's egg. vhlrb.
had bea datd at e&e end to make
ft kold the ball, bat not Ctir!ie
CALLED TOW SLIGHT SEVERITY,
Indie Vleerey Departed freftt Hie
Pellcy ef Klndne
Lerd Lawreace, one of the famous
Tleerors of iDdla, vas aa able and
very simple naa. He osed to do his
work la his shirt sleeves, and dis
eoaraced aa mech aa possible all state
aad eeremony. He was Inellaed to
treat the est! ret like children, al
though he always strenuously Insisted
apoa their meriting and rscelrlm Jus
tice and kindness, lrd Msy went to
India to suceeed him. and oa the last
afternoon before Lord Lawrence was
to let r for home be took the Incom
ing Tieeroy for a drive. Oa the way he
Impressed his doctrine of kindness
eery emphatically and solemnly en his
sacceseor. Lord Vayo thanked hint
for his helpful adrice. and they re
turned la doe coarse to the govern
ment house. The eye or footman,
was ow aad awkward la opening the
door of the carriage, whereapon Lord
Lawrence Jumped out la temper and
gae his ear aa unmistakable tag.
Lord Mayo turned to the viceroy's aid
with a smile. "My frit practical lea
ses la kindness to aatiTea andouhteo
ly Is aa odd one." he whispered.
Effect ef RelaxatloN.
Dr. Long UsyheUre Teaug of Chi
cago does not agree with n that
sleeping oa the front U good, says the
New Tor Pre, but he seems to he
ta his ewa nlnd aa eipert oa relaia
tlca. "lu tay opinion," he says, "the
want of relaiatlon Is the principal
cause of Insomnia To produce re
taxation we must first eeuallxe the
circulation of the blood. This is rery
often accoinplthd by sleeping with
the knees up, which throws the blood
is to the lumbar region. The position
la rather tiresome (I should say eo'J
and oa stretching cut the legs vj';:t.
satloa aad therefore reiaxsooa lake
place, per lasoffinta supervening
area Berroasnees I would sdrise tak
ing some good, long h resits. Whea
due to wsat c4 control of the thinking
a p para I as st three or four ginger
snaps (tea cents a pound), which will
warm up the stomach aad transfer
the aervous energy to, the solar
plexns, or itomich brala."
Nuraes Dread Lightning.
Of all people who are glad whea the
seasoa of thunderstorms Is rest, aone
are more thankful the professional
Buim, w im uu w ara so airaia
Of llahtntai eureeWes. said a hospital
nurse, "hut It has a harmful effect oa
our patitnts. Most sick people hare
an unreasoning fear of lightning, la
cases of extrems weakness or nerv
ousness a dosea Caihes of hllodlng
lightning reduces the palivot to such
a state of prottrsttua that It lairs ex
traordinary efforts oa the part of the
aarse to bring him sroui.J. 1? one
sick person requires all thit evtra at
tentloa la a thunderstorm, jj t imag
ine the predicament of the nurse who
has a whole ward full rt tbsm oa her
The widow of a German officer pre
sented herself at the office la Borfn.
for tbe purpose of dre!n the pen
stoa due her. Eke tended la the acts
escary certificate truA the turr Pf
tbe village la Wtitch she lived to tbe
effect that abe was still allwe. This
certificate U at correct." said tbe of
ficer la charge.. "What Is the Butter
with It T" ask. the UJt. U hears the
, date of September II." was th siern
j reply, "aad your penrlou was due oa
j September li." "Whet kind of a cer
j tlf.rate de you Uh V a.ked the da
I srjK-o'4 si-plloauu "We rout hare
a cenlflrate stating thai fee were
a!We oa September II," said the cS
eer With Brest Crtaaess.
There (ties a sr. a a bo doeat tct
ere ill at say ba.nefs esttMuhmeat
la )a" -Who Old Mr. W'ortbyr
Why, 1 tfiootht he was one cf the
ts.it reiikble mta Is the city, Vb
deca't he gst rroJitT" "lerauie t
aljs pae rath.
One ef te Tots,
"fia your hter mJe a hii.Vsst
Wisrtltt?" "N. terr," t-.te;4 Ur,
Cuwirvs. "Tour lw U a.t'e
otU'.af "Tea lu-t 1 cow' 4 trv-tuiie
Wc arc nov showing the
plete line Ladies', Misses and
Ever Shown in Rich HilL
OUR LOW CASH PRICE
makes it en object for YO'J to bsj HERE.
All ask is a circbt int?:;ibj o! oji
before buying your Winter V7tip.
testify to the accuracy of this
statement. Get our rates.
A. M. Clark,
W. C. STON tEilAKEIt,
Commercial State Bank,
KICI1 IIILT MISSOURI.
J. M. M KIDIIE. A. M. CLAP.K, W. C. STONEHIUKKR.
C A. LASi; JXO. T. WILSON.
Doei general banking business. Wt want your accounL
An Opportunity for Missouri Corn
PrUfS ae-greatinir almost $1,
000.00 have bven fJored at the
Missouri State CVra Show which
will bo held at ColuUibi, Jdr.u
ary 7th to 10th. Tint prviuiam
list and announcement has jast
been issued and it n.ay bo had
by addreasinj; M. F. Miller, Sec
ntary of th Misjuuri Crn
Growers AssiviatAui, Cf'.ambla,
Missouri. Pruea aio t u!eda
the highest yield per acre, ca the
best bushel tot-s i n tea ear iuts
and en aiun'e caxs. Tho r
miuin are so arrsnvd li st
hi!e the rirt few ate U.e, the
test are o distributed thst a
Ure number tf men w.'.i ovu."
mithin the ttieney. A ie.i.l
i feature t f the Si v i a U' .;e
number t:f ri lt-:s t Tv iid for tlie
bft corn croer by Misuril
llery Mts.mi farmer is '. '
i bio to the cviH. t,tUr;. There t
Rre r.o ctitry
tho MRii! c banco f wir-!-.
Tis premium list jiive full
ticu'..irs rtVKrdin;. t'.o m '; c
at d eh;; ; ; f cvt u.
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Jno. T. Wilsok,
oo oceococooo coeoooooa&occo 01
Mr. and Mrs, G. U. Cunorer
are enjoying a two week Tuca-
We mill site you tho Tkibi'SE
(and MctVil'a u:4;v:r! 1 year
for f I. CO
Don't Ha llepelesa
aU-ut your, if w hvxt yuu're cr.i-t !J
wllU rliruiuatUiu or et:n Jvlaw
courw- vnu'Ttf trfc-J I'.ita mt tbiftge
au.l tth-y f ilN.l. Try H-i'lard's Sihw
I.lislufiit It wiU drlrv away alt
j you iu n. !l )iictrr w?r,
Mo! 1 tc 0-ri Dru lk
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