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Rev. Phil Stark filled Ms regu
lar appointment at tho Christian
Mr. Wm. Cooper of Eldorado
Springs, visited in our city sev
eral days last weok.
List your Rich Hill property
for snlo or for rent with U. S. G
Frowell and pet in on new list, tf
Word received from Mr. T. F.
Crow says he U enjoying a visit
with relatives in Virginia, that
lie will return to Kentucky in a
couple of weeks and continue his
visit there for several months be
fore returning hone.
A. F. & A. M. Officers.
The new officers for the Ma
sonic blue lodge are as follows:
W. II. Allen, W. M.
Jas. Say res, S. W
11 O. McMahan, J. W.
W. W. Ferguson, Treas.
IT Kirk, Sot;.
Miss Mabel Young is on tbej
sick list this week.
Jim Kobinson has moved into
a house near the smelters.
Sam Price and wife, of Iola,
are here to spend Xmas with
Miss Prudie Dark of Butler,
visited at Wiibern Ilowden's
. home Sunday.
The smelters have shut down
probably never to run again.
The tile factory only runs part
of the lime. We are afraid the
working people of Rich Hill will
see hard times this winter.
One of tho chief arguments of
tho "wet" people for the salttona
was that they made taxes lower.
Vonder how many have stopped
to realize our taxes are just as
high as they can possibly be.
When anythidg is just as bad as
jt can be, how can it bo worse?
Fleet ion is ove r. We feel deep
ly the disgrace brought upon us
by the result. We are nut' dis
couraged however. ' We know
God lives and is our 'j'rW "
his warfare, and "f td be for
ns who can prevail against us
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CUHLD ST SiriSSSS S
writes I'. B. Oailer, Kjbcv11, r.
Mr. Ioiiit wrliMi: "Mr !f uffcr-.1 y,Hh
(hiUc h'un.nt M,', lor J - r. Kha ku
In s rnr fa r.n.iiifoa. a tire ttMi. $Ukh 1
t .r tlur nnntt'.a It luKlt a ivrmwrt xh,
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A TniAL DOTTLE FREE
II yeii kr ut rtt n Itlirvin.nUm. I.uia-"-Oboes-'
it rnUrrlf tn tivm celum. ro.
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Kevtr Mini Chailey Schwab.
Mrs. Sarah Piatt Decker, of
Denver, I'residentof the General
Federation of Women's Clubs,
made a new departure in her ad
dress the other day before tho
New Jersey State Federation, in
Newark. She took up the hith
erto forbidden subject of woiziaa
suffrage, and dec fared that the
next f.tep will bo to put the moth
er element into the national life.
'You may say there is a dis -
tinctive place for men and b place
for women. So there is, but classed as "dry." G
there is a far larger place where tho license column recA
they must tud h;nd in hand. ' in a few weeks the sale"
In Colorado there is now a Uml ! will be illegal in it. IV
'Woman, once our superior, now has elected $. prohibit'
our eqjal.' Instead of thinking: nor and legislature V
that ridiculous, I consider it the
dearest toast there is. We never
asked to be the euperiorsof men;
we are partners and co-workers."! only eight dry" &
Mrs. Decker addressed her 'palled out of forty-
next remarks to the men in the tition is now beingf c
audkTiC.e, saying: "Some of you
gentlemen way feel a little doubt)
fuL There is a geC'man who!
toid your state federation that !
me )Uid not ieave our owjj sa- (
cred precinct.' Our precinct has
away. While the pre-
Mr. Cleveland's mother ,
may have been to make her own
butter and cheese and to do all
her own spinning and weaving.
these sacred precincts' have!
now gone to the dairy, the pack
ing hemfee and the factory. They
have not gone in a stagecoach,
either, but in an automobile, and
instead of woman sitting at home
at her own fireside, as Mr.
Schwab has said he hould do,
it behooves her to go out and see
what tho 'sacred precincts' are
"All women have not firesides,
we woald tell Mr. Schwab. They
do not grow on trees, There
are liO.OOO women now in New
York who arc supporting their
Regarding women's duty as
mothers, Mrs. Docker said she
had read in a reliable newspaper!
that the gtjverntnent never
spent a' dollar uptn child labor
liuions, but'1 it had spent
uiousan3 on nucKieoerries, tiow
toleed ric to pigs, and ques
tions of egrscBiu).ro.M Mrs. Dock
er declared there yns a bureau
for tho protection &W care 'of i
children with not a womAup it,
so thai even that care waa Wing !
taken out of woman's hands.
Mrs. Decker expressed a wish
that thero might bo some men
n members of women's clubs,
siueo tho work was getting more
and more co-educational, bih! she
that the states waiir shoul
. , i . . .
lucr nou.uer in toe great
inarch witiJ tlio Cionernl Feder-
ation, in the upbuilding of the
nation. The Newark News mj-s:
"Mrs. Docker carried her aud
ience with her."
M. E. Church, South.
Sunday School at tU.V
Preaching at 11a. m.
Junior rcnguc; at 2 p. in.
Senir Iajrue at 6.30 p. rn.
Preaching at 7:.10 p. m.
)vo,o;io eordially invite
-If end the s.-vico.
' IVil.liAM II! U.u gkovk,
There were two arrests made
in this city last Monday' for vio
latiot. of the election laws. Sher
iff Board struck the kharpost
blow for tho preservation of the'
sanctity of tho ballot by thoso
arrost that was ever uiad
this city or county. Tha poopio
aro awako to tho situation and
aro domanding ,.n t'nimujjh o;v
forconiont of tho Jaw in tho pro,
ecutioii vt thotio casual. If those
man aro guilty thy nhouid p;ty
tho penalty of a vii lutod law.
Uaticr Kcpublivau Press,
Nearly IUlf the People of lt
Cotintry Lire In Territory
Where Liquor Is !
JTot Sold. ,
Nearly half the inhabitant! of
tho United States now liTe in
communities where the sale of
liquor ia forbidden b law. Ala
bama is the latest st'&ta to JrJa
, tho movement, and ftfler January
!l, IPO?, the state will also be
pected to join her si25
111 nits luuvemoin. -v n r-0'-v.
mere are at the p 1
the county in which Jt
situated, and when
s,to names have beenj
a special election mo
within ninety days C
.W f the people otif
Governor rowna' T
heads the petition, s ;
Walnut Street M. t
Sunday School at &
Preaching at 1 1 a. K!
Junior League at 2.4
Epworth League at fc
Preaching at 7.30 p..
Prayer meeting oa
evenm g at t uiO. 2C?75QY
Ttxe public are cordi
ed to attend. ' ' J!her.m eo
. :irn to loSn the
A. U. ivKAOT. Uy. and all
cpu dfrk will
First Presbyterian C ,or ,hP Mar0
Sunday School, 9:45 iqu.-ites
Junior Endeavor, 3-'-
Preaching at 11 a. m.iciusive of the
Christian Endeavor, 6i ' ,he h,14
t r . i-id. will be
Prayer MeeUng e-erjV tl1
day at 7:00 p. xn. ,te of Idaho
Preaching at 7:30 p, m. -
W. D. Chancei.lor, Paaty-
R,rm, r. tf.,K.r.M kFaJ?
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.Vashir.f:
IVeadiing at 100 a. V'
ICnglish preaching at 8.-00p, it1 0D,
Everybody is cordially invitet tbe
to -tlnil these services.
ClUi. BUNGE, Pastor. v,attle-
"""" """ ""'cmnds
beat. 0 and
I have two farma of
acres each, all fairly well il
proved, to soli at riftA0
140 Hcrea A fine atock farf'J'
Good house, 2 large barru
windmill, tank and oth
S25 per aero.
1 1 .Oth-
Th northeast quarter1''1
Soc.3tJ.Twp. 0, Ilang
"100 acres of nie smoot i..
: 1 '( 4 or ; rado
i-UU. vemust Vie
,Ctx.d 7 rtwianiou
barn, & fct; a 'iie"V(
100f t ha thousht
ikiam In or
Farii)ofr0 tuf nstrclloa.
;t CWJ of bat-
was tb loKtcal
iat tl. wlud
Vtw tck Is
IUCH Uoa Du ,d1 3"w
tt c--; r co: .it !'
t.t. ".'11),' s tt r-
.' C t . ; r c ; , .'.
Wttkly Letter Tllint of tU Do-
in i la the White City.
President Itoosevelt ha reit
erated hi statement concerning
a third term, made on the nltrht
of hit election, oni !adds that he
has not changed and will not
change his attitude in the matter.
Mr.Kooseve.lt feeU that fcstju!
the sympathy of the peor-le o'1
the country and tb"--- ot
have ar-' !J
vs. .AO t-il"Dl VI v p-r irui kwc
value of lh cotton. If not rnl?med
the cottoa fhall be sold by the goT-
Rnmipnt. The bill also impose a
penalty oa cica'.inff in "cotton fit-
tures, 01 iiuu.wo nne or nv ear
Senator Davit Attacked Truata.
Washington. Passionate oratory
marked the proceeding of the annate
Wednesday. Senator Jeff Davis of Ar
kansas, who. when elocted. declared
that he would attack the trust im
mediately after taking hia aeat. ful
fii'ed hia promise, althoueh he was
a few days late in doing ao. The
speech waB filled w ith Beasatlonal
declaration and was (then with that
vigor for which the Arkansas senator
i famous la his own state. Quaint
phrasinp, pointed denunciations, and
evidences of intense emotion charac
terized his remarks. He was Riven a
careful hearing by senators and the
eaHeries were well fV!ed throughout
the time he held the floor. Beginning
shortly before 1 o'clock he spoke for
a little more than an hour. At the
close of the speech the senate went
Into executive session and at 2:10
o'clock adjourned. The house was not
Restricting Bank Officer.
Washington. A bill making it a
felonv for a national bank or any ot , on me eauor 01 me .e 1 paia tnree ce&u u-i
Its officers to spculate with funds of . and threatened to whip him. and at a cor3 gathered. It a Intere-itiag
the bank and making it a high mis-1 family reunion In Cass county lait event aa l wis witnessed by ;a:te a
demeanor to borrow from a national ; week ten c!ose relatives hoe aces Crowd. Had the wiener kept up th
bank with which to speculate, was In-! averase 74 sat at one table, while j m Uck for a whole day of ten
troduced Thursday by Representative enouph other relatives to garrison a 5 hoars he wou:d have ta.:-d about
DeArnsond of Missouri. The extreme - fort sat at other tables. Tbew? f im-1 2iX bushels. It U !4 that eaco eo
pena'ty provided under the felony ily reunions are of frej ient occur-'. ttat was drtppia with perspiratioa
clause Is ten years Imprisonment, and ' rence now, and somet imes more po- j heo tlm wa cat'.ed.
flOOOiiifp rimie to thera than live la the,
Sent t Finance Committee.
Washinpton. Senator Cu'.berson'a
resolution for an inquiry by the. seD-
ate committee oa finance into tho re-
cent issue of bonds by the jroverti
ment was Tuesday pent to the finance
committee upon a statement by Mr
Aldrich that that conunittee would
meet In a few days and report a
rt'olution covering the eutire subject.
More Pay for Rural Camera.
Wathinpton. Senator Mansbrough.
of North Dakota. i.roiH.seg an nrr. 8fe
In the maximum salary a'.'.owed rural
free delivery carriers from $'.'00 to
p.ive notice Tue4a.v
an amendment to the jsto:i:.c ao- ,
ropriatUm bill to that effect.
Proposed Discovery Day.
Washington. Ue;reseutative Ooui-
en CI ?ew ion imrmiucru ui.i
makinj? October 12 a nati.ir.al holiday
to celebrate th dis.-overy of America
by Christoj her t'olumbus October 1?
14?2. The day would tK- hno!i .
Nominations Conf.rmed. i
WaMiinctou The nnsto Wed -
day confirmed the nomination of
Ullimlan canal commissioner
Frank Tierce of t tah to be !stnt , ri,.lt., Hlut ls IU. s!ie fua.l. r'
secretary of the interior and of im.w!(i( (,K ,.uu Ci,y Jjusdmark. f-r '
than 2'Ht other efficUUs. mostly io.t
To Prevent Injunct'On.
WanhliiKtoii. A bill d.Uned to re
strain the t'nlted State clcculi and
Uintrtct court and Judsen. from i-i-
lug temporary Injtiuetiou a?ali)t the
oi-ritt!uQ of the state, law wa Intiv
.luced In the house Ihuoday ly Mr
(."layl.m of Alabama.
Would Exempt Coal and Lumber.
Wai.hlmf.ton. Iti'.l nemptlnjc !1
lumber and cial from tmimrt daty
ver lntn.duced Iu the houe Thurs
day by Mr. Hoeher of Missouri.
Th "Sauthern Sutt-" Retreats.
I'ari. In a diatch from 0a
HUnca. lleneral Irude, the Ftench
military commander in Moixk-co re-
lirt that Muial Hand, tho "Southern
Sultan," bad Uhdrau iu the a:re-
tion of Moiocco City and at the M'.e
time ordered hi force uear Sidia
aul MoKador a!o to retire.
Iowa Delegation for Cummins.
IV Molne, loa. An flort
be made to ct tho delegation
low for runul!t for fresldens. This
as learned Friday from close fi Scud
Kinj Oscar's Body li Stat.
Stockholm 1 he bod) of Klas O
car of Swed.'U. who died IVceiutn-r
S. lylu in itt in the ct.ajxd o!
the rval castle Friday. The
cloth.Nl Iu an admiral' urutorm
Th catataliiae Nn Wen made
a l-iiwer of beautiful toer.
To KUrw Confdrt Crv.
WskhtttKtoa I'rvs'denl K.H. -
Ft May iHHli.ti d tleu. Wl".im
'.ate- to !tc.-e-ed t'.d Klllott
rvmmllG-r to Suark Ci-ufeJ
tematic effort to make the public
brieve that President IIomrr!t
fr.ane, its purp U lcX to
dt feat the President' policfe
aadtoaecura the ncciutioa of
its candidate, Gov. IJcghes, for
Borne of the financial emortt
in Congress are making some ia-
wresucg; calculittons these d
regarding the prcSta
in Uet t0 e-K.
ease is ia a trd forrn tA or,
ioathi; have ret.uit4 frorjj ti
rejicrtel thi wi&Ter.
A Daytight Bank Rcbbe-y.
The Hank of Aldrkh. ia Po:k roca-
tv. was rr)tjta ra rec-ja-3un j
James style rwrently. Tlr-e c.-
drove up in front of tbe bank la a
the back, where tbey leve4 nxjr
ver., at tbe cashier aad book-e;r H
and d-nianded tbe cash. Tr.e ibirJ
man remained la te b;e;y. Th
cashier promptly complteJ. a'.thoah
It Is reported that he pave thero oa'.v
the money In the counter drawers and
did not po to the va-j.i lor ir.e carter i rls jacoy(Tt iriiajctjsa.
amotict ke;t there. After securicr j t.olAfrSZXaisVere& for j.ru. as 4 to
the raouey the bank officers were coia- rT2j-:ne ctraU tt tt
pe'ed to walk ahead of the ta?Fy. cora ,a eB aa4 a taif. Tty
which was drivea at a swift pare t:JjE..j j-.r:;-:- Tvr tie eotve'.
the ede of town. They re tr.en ; ?j r ... cri.k f, a yua Ti"i C.y
allowed to retirn to the ba.r.k, while, v, ,irj t s'.iit iii
the robbers drove rapidly away.
is reported that about p f-"0 j
cured from the bank. j
No Race Suicide Here. j
Missouri ought to be the tsost top a- f
lous state in the Union soon. Race ;
suicide Is unknown fcere, and peop'.e J
like the siaV so well that tiey pre-1
fer staying here to taking chaace j
on Paradise. . A Ciark county usaa j
more than 1(m) year old dropped ia 1
fcmail towus ia which they are berj.
j These c atherinps s. rve to show strik-
iagly at once the s;!v:idl.l hospitality
and the sturdy sou or the .
j which are both typical of Missouri.
j niurdt-r. to solitAry eonfiaeajeet for
Missouri B g Corn Crcp. 1 life. Jnk I kaowa as tie "k-jh-Nodaway
county this jear raised tuciifi iu the .ri .-. aa-1 h
more roru than all kix New Er.s'.aad '; Jreo-jettly a.sau.'ted ether prWiiers.
slat''. accor.i;DS to the DvCt'inber re
! rt of Geurpe It. Ell;, secretary of
I the state Uiacl of asr'.culture. The
vieid in this one couaty was 9.1'") i '
)Uw:t. Trn Madias coast U-s raUed
.,.,, ,,Kki,,s .......v,;!. Mi ,a
of kn, Wic .m!n or
h ,..'. The tial rrtin of th
state ts 212.i'.0.o., bushel. I'.nwM blm b't a bat te.mir. Kvery r'Ja
the same last year, cotwuhstaod-1 Utment known ti the t:sclr!t
InK the adverse weather is;nd;tio:: ' the pr:a ha bern tried en him. and
that beset the crop. -Taken a a ! ha failed. When fcVetns fall th
ho!e ly.'..; ha ba very profitable : U no other .inl.i!tn-tt h-tt the Tio
veir fr the farmer of MUv.ari.- officer but the soHtary Accvrd
Uv Mr. K11U. ! tr.Rly Warden H-'l Ine-1 mn orler
that Jenk niat W Ve;.t la .v:;ary
n.A u.- Dead.
1 v, . ; , tk.., v lv,ri, .,. ,! t
w - 1 ' ...... r ' tIv' 11.. as n;sjr
the ' Uj (he i';f,.d.-rate army. Me erveJ
of,. cxuntv c'irk of Platte
matiy year brras it ejitor nj oun
cr. Major Tar. one of the ti'.ot
lrominent d.m.H r.t cf North rl
MifkOttri He a rh'.t f rletk In the
t- retar cf tte rr..-. ua.lcr t'a'.'t
A lun.r. He a a j.iMmiaent
candidate for tate rairi-al ntnim!
sloner. He i a UuJliw Miwa and
one vt the fouu.ler of Kn:s.h: Ten-
r-lar In MUfcvarl.
Hc Cured Them.
4 - t-O" !- ..ij.t.M.v?. J office
Wet b City auJ announced
1 ' . . h
cou'.l cure anythluc H curevl a
nuiutur ot conaditig peop! of b-uJin
and check cashing fcabir in a short
time tl : b.ereb.ut I now ud-
Crvenrids Pot 0c Robbed.
Itarnlar blew eiea the safe In the
Grevuri.Ue t.vto!f.e, 12 Bitle juth-
et of Sedal' r-.'Ot!y aud t.Kk
In curreiiey and ortSi ot lstamp.
They Ought to Meet.
John Cuuoti'.ujr and Klia tl.wu an
ta Hickory count .u i-?i 'e
ouhi to meet.
Stat l-urnc fe.
Fee eNi'l.c.d t t'e ;ate uisur
new ae:srtn.'H tor th tuooth
NoveuiU'f. turaed tsto X ''
trvury. toaate4 lo .). ( Ma s.vluirrel ithoul bi iuir; it do a.
tut $l.12ll t.r tlie an. ioathj-a- a.tm-J had al'-oajy t..n k.'.'.d
I A M.sorl.n Dead l,v.
Joseih ll.-n.'ey, loj ar old,
famier ot He'rua, AaJre cousity.
dld of fcsrt di-av re.-.u.t!. Iii
a a r.-tUe of tl.HU.auy. !!. i.h.
104 er o'J, aal alb tt!'. i;u ur
caratkn thit Taft wru t,
the pracli;;y KJinij
.Vw'a insUttnc-e tLat lh :a,
nlstic k-jTaf. live led to r -
discussion i, but the rt a-Tas.
tinaj and i&tere.st;.-. dT.--v
rceatcfthe wwk.i Presl
dent'a r-J . ! &-x'rt ..... -
t'i-re ts tr la :'! r
cf tvt t.-i-i ti.U c i r.i
C:ty is T-Wi.t-l Oi ef ti 3rert
rr.'.i ajar"". la tie wr'.t. TaJa
Jir.ari- i; ar.d Ir e.st t'sr. t
tiv. ta f'-i t' rr.-'- at ti '-yatl
I ya-t. Tk wS" w! tV 4-rt a
i vmtt t!-e ri ft S
tr wi") b is a tn tja ty ti sit
- 3rr t tk
- S fa
Probabiy Bt tetfreitlt ra
fcuirking etjtiu-ti r te d ia ;atrr
threw them Iz'a a
Writer to kep going a", tie rlfV. :-t.
v"i(.a tie hour and a tai x;-.re4
another p-a ssnous"? r.x cp and ti
com was ten we;s;;.rd. C"ia.'ea
checoweta woo trut prU f i tr
tB5t:.j. ji trjhe'. and 2i pom-i.
Thomas ii5soa toskei 50 busbela
aa1 gr, ronnds aad took the 11 prl:
Conimo-iare Cobb took third wita a
f.w pouads under aecon aad r'A li'
i in adlitSoa, each coatrstant was
j To Ee -Sohtary for Life.
j --arj, jiatt Hill of tie tes.!:a-
j , y coi-Ai..rii Charier JnVs,
j a r.t u? from St. tou: la
I .,-,, ttn.r -ntence cf M year for
A nsoctb ago he ec-re a -:i..e j
tab'-eJ two men. one of them so
r.,-rkv.:"v tl-st his '.:.'e is at first
d. :-a:re..l cf. It tho-.tsM that
j..ck was Ioaae. but after i
of rarefui oerra-.a. I'r.
: p'ir-i that he U of normal m!ad. aol
! thai there is EO'.hlnR the n;a'.ter :th
cotiSncBirnt. He I never lo l-e t-a
hi cell excrjit t!ce a k for
j few n.lr.ute ei. rcUe under tfee .-
j of a h. avi.) amied (uarJ.. .
$-at CoKeje f Asneuft.re.
Tji(, is (h chr,ce i.re mu 4 by th
, ,.;... course, beiu.in la
jti..iy. tj :arn t.h the fee'.;i o! th
( tsliwt-d :lits la the !'.-.
lht. f.aadaaeat4t trtuclj.S- of sHwk
i r-!ini;. dairy '.ut. fruit graning.
; .vj ..kI ..'!evt.oa and tel.rtaary
- ar-ry, j'ri:H-i;le htch one r ctb-
j .r ue acquire only after lots aad
j eoily eii'eri.'a.-e. H J Water,
I dea of the CV.'.r if Asrtcuitur
i and director of the ark-u'.tural e-
ieriase:it stallou. aid recently that
la tae lanuer. jouur v.-. -..v.
h . f-.
ould a a reaa'.l ae cio:e esery
cv.n(h than t,he entire cot of taklu
i the course. The c."-t tee-.j not ra
i ceed $le. t'.'Kmbi JtrOi.
Th Independent fa.-reer.
-Weil, let her l-11'." fetoarked a
coateuied Marloa county farmer tt
the I'aiuiyra S;vtaur Biaa. "Crilar
full cf potato-, bm full of wheat,
crib full of cora. flvuty of fat ln-
aud (wl cattle, o.Ki ile bitl aa
she hiue aiid money la the buak.
Hues tJiowi Wall trvel f.-llvc ks
h,te okni luti l u faruofr
ho i ,.s ,iv u? ,4 ,aS,w iK,ti v) wf iUr
f.x-J ;!,' U-toretl. inter U O'er!
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