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WAR IN THE PHILIPPINES.
Haw Hut AilmlnUlrMlon In ('arr)lna in lh Hmntiilimry t'OIIIUeal, Brndi)iinrtiri Notional Democratic Committee, C'hleii0, 10(10. Mr, Me Klti!i)'M ceimor In the Philip pine nppeiira to be getting n little bit nri'lvk about the private let I cm of soldier. In tli Iw wo.v lie U lettliitf something K't t la ro u k li Unit ouht to hurt, If It does mil li.irt the uclinhiUtni tiun, For example, here li a Utter from Stephen K. WInilxor, of onmpiiny I', Forty. fourth Infantry, It viih written from Mil nl In to u friend nt Qulnry, III. Among tit her 1 11 1 rt-wt ilitf Hi lug lit1 : "We are rupturing lot of Miuifrr Titles, Hprura ii rid IioIoh; unit when we rupture the negrneN, t line them up and (five them all the ohnuoe they want to run it way. Whin they atari to run, vie don't dun thlnif lint lioot tlicni," j And thil Ih McKlnley war. Another Koliller, a ineniber (if Col, Gardiner' regiment, the Thirtieth, ' contrllmteK another pletmlng chapter I to the Inspiring hlMory of benevolent aaalmlliitlon. After reciting 'hut the Filipino "are getting guy" ami refine lri(f to jm.v tnxea, a our forefather did In old time, liewiysi "Our order are to 1(111 and Miont everyone on ntfflit. men, women or children. Everything gnca." 1 the ceiiHiir iihleep? Or doe lift AT THE ALL CLOWN Wkr m v -ti Toachlng tbo Uloplmnt tlilr.k llinl the Airi i Iiiiii runM ii'iiiv ha.. In-conic no ImlurMi d that n iili'in;: can )ji't tliiMii;;h mo iitnu'ious, mi c:ur! iiml so barbaroiia that it "v.ill hurl the adiiilnlstriitlou." For Mime time tliii'C wc!l-ii;fr,rnied rcit'ardliiK the situation in Ihc I'hil JpplncB lime btlicMil that the order lias already K ne forth to i-lay and apare none.. 'I hat the McKinliy ad miniNt ration, driven to dcpcruiion by the (fnlliint and pulrlotlo resli-tancc of 'the Filipino people, Imvr resolvi-d upon a campaign the rulhlenmcus of which would have ciuucd llyder All In Ills. rucl(.'bt day to draw back In horror. The foreiroinff fjlvew simply one klilc of the situation in the I'hlilppinn; it tells of the perils and NiilVi-rinif that must be liurne by the Klllpinn people. There Is, however, another hide of the picture, fully an mil anil horrible, l-'ur if ihc Filipino aulYer, "our b(i,V8"iuf fcr, abo. Kvery mother mid father shoulil rend the following liiiiphie iind hi m tremlinn statement, penned by llcv. ,1. .1. Mc Lauyhlln, who I Hlutioned at Miuiiln, nnd write only from personal observa tion and experience: 1 reinembtr just what a line tijp peiirnnee he uiiidc on dreKS paiinle Im mediately lifter enlistment. How. with Ills new uniform, shining button and oiilmncnU. he iloinl erect, the moist cynosure of the iidinii inn' e.e of inuth-j cr, sister and sweetheart ; but he w.ih, in America: "our boy" in the l'hllip-, jilne Ik a dillerent person. I Life in Manila center largely ariniml the life of the soldier; 'and. as he lives, so w ill he give the impctti to the nv j clnl and business life of the city. Amer-, iean ext raviijjiiucc I characteristic ofi "our boy" here. He receives fairly (fond pay, yet cares but little about nviii)f i ny of It, He will tecure whatever al-l Iruct hi eye, no difference what the cost. He run into debt, so thut by j the time pay-day come around he ha often banked hi allowance at two to cue. And ninny an inuuigeni ami loo trusting Oilunmnn or native here has Appealed in vuln for the account which 4'our boy" ha contracted. He live us fast a hi mean will allow, and If by chance on pay-day h can aqua re his .account with n small surplus he will almost invariably "make a dy of it," feasting at tl e best rest a u run Is. at tending the theaters, calling nt the nu merous saloon, and oft times ending up with a nielli In the guardhouse, Don't condemn the boy without n tearing. My heart fairly overllow with sympathy for him. lie has Ins: his personality, certainly his iiiiibitii.n, in the stern rigor and routine of army discipline. He has not had any social opportunities for months. He has not had the privilege of greeting an Amer ican woman of refinement and cull lire since he left home, and his heart fair ly yearns for society, companionship, The Devil luiows this, and around every cunrtel, on every corner, ami, In fact, 1 wherever "our boy" can be found, there have been planted the brothel and the - falcon, with ull their attcnduiit uttrav- t ;:7 tvi i JM2 I I 1 v v -w-'.' 1 ' q r T .1 tlons of mimic, enae and vice, not the leu 1 1 of which I bud s t rm-n. I have ten temptation at homo, but never have ( aeen Mich one a mr round "our boy" out here. It li no wonder that, coming out here pure, ba either perluhe a victim of aln or re turn home defied, polluted and de graded, The problem I etully aolved. lie I only seeking that which Jill Modal nature craves social Intercourse and dlveralon, lie I unable to find It pure, n he drink deeply of the cup that debauchery offer, and a a re mit our army It fuai being: transformed Into an army of drunkurd. (rambler and lilnnphenier, All are not mo, thank Mod! yet an nlmntt overwhelming ma jority' I drifting that way, and "our boy'' I here with the reit, and It li only the aiilvntlnn of the Lord that can wive hi in. Oh, the heart. that would grieve at home could they but know the dully life of the boy out herel And thl I ixi I all. Klcknen and clltfit threaten hi in on every aide. (Jo with me to Han ta Mcmi huepltal, one of the five large hoHpltal here In the city, to wiy noth ing of the other ncattered over the iNlntid. In Santa Mrci, "our boy" U only one of 1100 fe'.low autferen, yt ko worn that he I almntt beyond recog nition. Talk about the fu mine-wanted Huffrrer of India! Here It "our boy" o worn and wanted by fever and ill ene that, although he weighed SCO pound on enllntlng, he now would hardly tip the beam nt 70. Sights of HUlT.iliijf are here, urh n are beyond G. 0. P. CIRCUS. How to Jump Is ues. : 1 1 - p'lwers of (le-criiitlon. It Is hard to ivu'.'c that then1 nrecki of maiihcod nere (Hire stionir. hialthy American so'dicrn. Some lie here as the result of service Mini exposure, but more, prr luipii, are the victims of sin; yet he la "our boy" suffering physical and men tal agony. As wc start to leave, a nurse come forward, begging me to remain and pray with two who are just nliout to die. There Is no liripUiin to be hail for this K'i'vlce. These precious boys have tin I -lied their last campaign; they have fought their last light, and now the allurements of sin cast thrm aside. "Our boy" turns hit face Heavenward. It Is ludied II blessed privilege to hold III in by the hand, even though he nyiy be the victim of sin, and his feeble voice John with mine In a simple prayer t1!! the fatal rattle choke his utter ai;cr a he says: "Tell mother I'll meet her there." COMMENTS OF THE PRESS. We do not believe that the. American people can be bluffed, brow beaten or bought; hence wc look for Hryan'M elect Ion. Albany Argus. There Is no living mnn who can say who will Influence llryan if he, becomes president. Every living man ciin" tell you the name of the mini who has Influenced MclClnley the last four years and would influence him the next four. - lllchmoud Dispatch, The repiiblicin cnnipnign book maintains that colonies arc really good things, This is taking a slap at the men who thougnt differently some years after they are no longer able to defend In the public, prints their action In rebelling againtt Kiigliiad, Cedar ltupld (lu.ettc. ' McKinley' policy at It very Inception led to the quadrupling of the American army, and if It 1 con tinued no nut n can reasonably expect ever to see the Cubed State army materially less than Uhl.noo men. In fact, an army of inn.mio men I mere ly the beginning. Anaconda Stand' a rd. The fanners, like the rest of the American public, must pay the trusts n rovulty on every conceivable thing that they have to buy for riis tenaiicc, convenience nnd comfort Whether they will longer tolerate the nioiist rims linpiifil ion without the protest which the November election will give them the opportunity to I niiike remains to be seen. Huffalo I Courier, i ! - Not until the trust forced the J president to his knees by threat of j withholding campaign contributions tviiK the question of taxing rorto It ion ii products thought of, Ihc Is. land In now Impoverished; hundreds of pcoplu are suffering for food; prices of necessaries of life have risen GO per cent, and destitution and want i prevail everywhere, lhi I a sum pie I of benevolent tushullutlon. Dubuque I UcralU. Vfw .'. i,ri:;.u - STATE NEWS PARAGRAPH ED. At IhitcliliiHon the other dny. In a double, welding, the. groom iimriied mil other Hlstcr. In n lot In the cemetery un Atchi son liinii him lurid! vldo by side hi first wife from whom he waa divorced her mother and hid urcond wife. Mr. and Mr, .loehiia Hunks, of Whit ing, have eight girl and eight boy all living nnd all innnied. 1 hey linil the, children home nnd celebrated their golden wedding Xowmbcr H. On an uppcnl from riiillnii, the Kan- ns court of appeal ha decided that police court litis no power to punish a witness for contempt. In the ensu In question s wltncs who wiih sub poenuctl rcfimed to nppciir. The de cision discountenance the right of a police Judge to cause a witness to testify ngulnst Tils will, Within the lnt week the Kiius.'is (in & Oil company, which recently en tered the KaiiMis gus belt., lias struck two of the best gu well drilled In Montgomery county MiIh year. Th (IrHt of the week they struck n fl.tmt),- 00(1- foot gii well on the IVnflehl farm near Jefferson, and Inter struck an other well nenr l.ilierty, equully n strong. A funny little riot, took place In Potter, Atchison county. Albert Mm- baiigli, the local' school-teucher, had whipped some of his pupils and their parents got nind about, it. Meeting some of Minlmitgh's friend on ihc street the parents started i light with them. While, the row wn In progress I.imhmigh iippcnred on the) scene with a double-barreled shotgun and made both side quit. Miss Lottie (iarrlson, the young woman from I'hlhidelphln who bus just, rejected an offer of $:I00 n week to accept the leading soprano in the llostoiilmiH, went to rhlhiflclpliiii about six years ago from Fort. Scott. She lived through childhood In 1.1 nil county mid was the daughter of .l.iines Kliieuld, ii brother of the well-known Klncald brothers, who died In issj, His widow later married II. C. Carii- son. An understanding lins been rcneliei between the state board of charities, Parsons nnd Clay Center concerning the new nsyliim tight. The board agreed not to proceed with the con dcmnatlonvof n site nt l'lirson for t lie its N I inn until the supreme court de lated the suit In ninniliiiiiiis, providing Clay Center would abide by the re sult of the decision. This was agreed to. The ngroomcnl wn satisfactory to Parsons. Mrs. C. W. Simmons, wife of the. jailer of Sedgwick county, was warned In ii dream that nn nt tempt would Ins made by the prisoners to force tho grating of the bnstile and escape. She awiikencil her husband and he found (inuies McCoy, under sentence for horse stcnling, busily engaged In saw ing the iron burs between himself and liberty. Nine other prisoners were) with him, and n wholesale delivery wt.h contemplated. The alarm was sounded and the prisoners were over powered. Willliiin Dney, a prisoner from f)ll:t uiiiin, uiadc his escape from the sher iff of his county in u bold ninnncr when within 1.10 feet of the Kansas' penitentiary gate. With four other prisoners Dacy wns being marched from tho train through Lansing to tint prison. He iiinmigcd to slip his hand cuffs and darted In among some citi zens standing near him. This pre vented the ofllccrs from shooting and before any effort could bo mudu to stop lilm Dney gained Home brush and later on n cornllehl, and he is now at la rge. I'lils winter there will be between 4(10 mid ."(111 farmers of Montgomery county iming natural gas from the In dependence wells for healing and ighllug their homes. The Independ ence (ias company is laying more thnii Ml miles of pipe Into the country. This plan of piping Is done in order to hold lenses. It has also proven an inesti mable boon to the farmers. The gas company takes a lease on the fann er's laud and furnishes lilm gas for fuel In place of paying him u cash royally. Of course, It will pit v cash for the leases If desired, but most of the farmers want gas, and in the event that gas is discovered on the land the fanner receives u royalty in addition to the gus. Detective Hurry Sutton, of Wichita, who Is working in connection with In- spector Slice, of the post, olllce depart ment, St. bonis, received information from the later officer which may lead to the unearthing of one of the boldest gangs of post office robbers that has operated In that, part of Kansas. Tim officers have evidence In thclr posses, slou which make them believe that the lender of the gang; Ih ii woman, the wife of one Shea, win.) has been twice convicted of murder. "The, woman is now under police surveil lance. Within the past, ten days no less than seven post offices have been robbed, nil of them located within a radius of 110 miles of Wichita. Several thousand dollar In stamps and cash have been secured. In eatdi case il peculiarly-formed instrument was used In forcing an entrance, and there are other clews which Indicate that the same gang has been implicated in each robbery. Farmers of southern Kansas are be coming alarmed at the appearance In thut section of the Hessian lly, which is n menace to the wheat crop. This Insect works on the Inside of the stnlk of wheat nnd, absorbing its life, kills the wheat so that It falls over like so much dead grass. Last year was the first time it made its way o far west as Kansas. W. II. Allen, a real estate dealer of Hliie Mound, has on exhibit In his office the largest beet ever grown in the state. It weighs 22 pounds, is HO Inches long and 2:1 inches in circumference. MARKET REPORTS; Knnsa City. Nov. . Cultlo Jlcwlivt, fM4T; ciilvrt, Hit. The market wm trnntf In 10 cunt hlKher. lU'iirt-Hnntntlvo mile: BMIFI'INP AND DUUBBICD HICK No. li... il,.. 101... Ave. Price,; No. Ave. Pries, ...vm $6 3i ,IJ7U k.i.uU Hi.. 110.. ill., 10.. itso 6.:k .llllN 11.16 AM fi.00 ,,.I.H &.2U .11110 .1127 4. Ill 4.0V 489 4.7( Still 3.U 4.00 WttSTKRN STlSKUa 43 U'lU 4.IIU I H 1177 Ml lilt) 4.7(1 M 107 7(1 713 1I W llHI (tk KV4 V Mlk 700 3.00 4 m TEXAS AND INDIAN HTEhiltS ,1IM , IKlft , 7a 4.UI II 6(1 a. as a. :i :ai.. Ml., 30., m m 7WI 3.110 3. Ml 3.11(1 3.00 2 Ml 2.110 2. 10 4R.1 4. M1 4.00 6., WK8TUKN COWB. CM. II. 16. MM a. Ill I Ml 824 mi7 Sim at 77 7:','l 2.IKI 44 ftii KM 2.23 It 7U NATI VM HKlKUKtt. tfl H&h 1010 6 15 & 84(1 K a.h U72 4.7.V I 1 1010 1 k.u a. hg i m OKLAHOMA HTKKHS. no., .li:'4 4.711 1101 NATI VM COWB. .1141 470 .Hum 4.10 , 07 H.W . IIC3 2.M .11111 2.7.1 .122 .101(1 , 7a . KM 4.15 8.75 2 7.1 3 0 13 I'll NATI VK STOCK EH8. 41111 7:ia 437 fi.lKI 4.:i 4.00 4(18 674 4.73 4. IS 4.(10 4 BTOl'K COWS AND HEIKKHS. e im ;i.M) 8 77 ll.Ufi 15 7111 3.211 7 600 2.75 3 570 3 50 16 m 3 35 30 X S.'Jb 3 710 3.10 lloii-Reeelit, 6.1S7, The market was Representsllv 5 to 714 cent higher, Kiile: No.Av, KS..2INI Trlcel 14. Ml No.Av. 32.. 165 IM..IK5 Ml..r4 IMI..IK2 47.. 00 2..4FA Price No.Av. Prtrt ,S0 M..1M $4.H0 4 HO 76.. IM A.Tl'A 4.76 74.. 226 4.76 4.75 4..2b5 4.72'i 4.60 2.. 400 4.20 4.25 2.. 100 3.60 4.MI 4.76 4,76 4.45 4. HO Sheep- ltecc Ills 2.302, The market ul strniiK to hlKher. Representative sales: 112 hiinti., 77 1.1.40 IK lunib.. Ml 6.25 13 Weill.... 113 4.00 S.-.O Art..,. 80 3.55 M sw.a,,., 87 S3.3S 18 ewe.... IK 3.00 fl lambs. .. 70 4.76 23 sheep. ..115 .) Chieait l.lv tlonki ChlciiKO, Nov. 5. Cattle Receipts, 1!. 600. (innil In prime steers, l&.UXiiti.OO; stoekers and feeiler, WM'ulM; Texas fed Steers, $I.OO'(i4.K!i, lliiics-lterelpt. 28,0.10. Mixed nnd tnilehers, 14X0114.1)3; hulk of sale, tl.tVif 4.NI. Khee)-neeelpts, 13,0(10. Oooil to eholee wethers, fsl.OOtit.l.'n; western sheep, 1'M1'J 4.20; nnllvo hinihs, t4.2.V5.l. ii. i. oai i.it nroeu, Ht, I.oiiIh, Nov. B. Cuttle Receipts, ?, Mil. Native steers, J3 r.Otm.85; stoekers ami feelers, l.'.IIOli 1.60; Texas and Imllun steers. ;;.:;ii'iM.w. lloKS-Iieeelpts, 6,600. PIk lllld IlKhtS, $1.(5.',1i4.7j; butchers, I.S(i4.ll. Hheep Iteceliits. 1.6IKI. Native muttuns, 3.l(ivil.(iO; limihs, l4.25-ti5.40. Omnlia I.Ivp Slock, Oninhn, Nov. 6. Cattle Receipt, l.tTHJ. Native heef steers, $I.SMi6.(S; western steers, tl.Otifi4.75; Texas steers, t3.2Mi4.0d; stoekers anil feeders, t3.2Mi 4.IM, lloRH-KecclptK, 2.kK. Heavy, I.62U'(9 1.7(1; liullt or sales, 5l.(Wi4.ti7. Hhecp-.ltecelptH, 7,100. Western mut tuns, RWHi Inmhs, tl.-Vu5.2i. Ivniian Uj- lirnln. Kansas City, Nov. 5. Wheat Sales by sample on I rack: I lni-,1 Nn. 2, llWH'.llc; No. X (llViWiiXc. Coft- -No. 2. "!; Nn, 3. est 70c. ,M:xi,1 Corn-No. 2. 3le; Nn. 3, .Tie. Wlilte Cnrn-Nn. 2. X.V-V, No. 3, JCW.Hn. Ml:!.-d Oats-No. 2. SStiSlt-ie; No. 3, 'i'Vto. Willie Ouls-No. 2. 2IV..e; No. 3. 23c. I'.y No. 2, nominally -tic. n.iSM'd-$I.Gi. Prnlitc I!a.v-ri.nasi8.rjl; timothy. K.Uiit in. W; airalfa. Ss.oo'.. to.no; clover, $5.50149.00; wlieiit straw, f I.r,0i(5.(i0. t'JileiiKO C'nsli Urniii, Olilr-ni,,,. X'ihj 6 .OiimIi Wlimit Kn 1. rid, 7l'"ii;c; No. 3, "Mi 75c; No. 2 hard wln (.r. 7'i,7:i", No, 3, IWiffrtle; No. I north i.rii Mi.rlp! 7I'ii77p' N,,. 1 745i77pr TCii. S. iWi7;",e. Cnrn No. 2. IIOc; No. 3, ;WV4o. ,., i s .sii, H. -- i,h'.ji , lii. .1, til j,h --i:. I'lihnes:, Wheat November, 73e; De ceinlH .', 7-1 'c; .liineary, 7lv4.c. Cnrn No- veiiiin r, :,iac; incemiier, lliUli.Tic; Jan uary. tVi'lie. Oats November. 21',4c; V(f ceiiilier, 22l,i,c. 81. l.itnlH 4'nsli Kruln. PI. r.miln, Nov. 5. Wheat No. 2 red caili, elevnlor, "Pie; track, 73ir"4Vtc; No. 2 hard, HMiTec. Corn No. 2 cash, SRjin; trio li. ;!.'iTi.1i:!(i,;e. flats No, 2 cash, 23c; track, 2:;V"-"'lc; No. 2 white, 2ii!4c. Kp.iirii (lly Produce. Kansas City, Nov. 5. Kkk fresh, Hi1 all dol!. Ilntlir Crwimery, extra fnney sepnra Inr. Liic: llri'ls, Isc; dairy, f.incy, 17c; iuic-ini( slink. Il'ie; norlherii clieeso, ll'Vie; Kneriis nnd Mlssnurl, 11c. Poultry-Hens, live, lie: roosters, irvo each: spring chickens, (!c; lrollcrs, 8c; ducks, yoiiiiK, tie; uccec, youiiK, 0e; tur key hens, lie; yoiuiK tolas, lie; PIkcoiis, 75a dnz. Cliolee scalded dressed poultry 10 above these prices. Onnic Wild ducks, Ktallard, redheads Slid eiinviis'inck, :i.(KKji3.50 per dozen; inlKid, il.Wti 1.7,1; plover, tl.0Uuvl.2S; Jack snln. $l.l'i rnlililts. $1.00; uuatl, $1.50 per do: prairie chicken, tl.mi'f.I.OO per doz; wild turkey. 12t,ic lb; vrulvou, enrcuss, In'dllc per lb; Huddle, 15c per ll. Poliilnes- Home srown, 25i3Be: Colora do, (."li Too. sweet:, 3,1fillle per bu. Apples Kaney. $2.003.50 por barreL Cranlicrrtes, $li.(KM(7.00 per barrel. Vi Kctaliles (Ireen beans, homo grown, $l,oiKii.25 bu; tomatoes, home grown, $1.00 liituo bu. Navy bean, $2.20. Cabbags, home grown. Jl OOdi 1.26 per cwt. Onion, Mi'nii,1c per bushel. Cucumber, 76o per do. ICgg plant, 00i!Klo per dozen. Sum mer siniiish, 40f(76c per bu box, llubbnrd squash, tl.OUdi 1.50 do. Celery, 2040a do. Sitil Vlory In it lllonrcs Salt. .lachsoiiville, 111., Xov. 5. Mrs. Eth lyn (inrvln, of Carthage, has broufUt suit heie for divorce from her husband, who Is in the ( cneral Illinois insane asylum. She alleges that after her inarcjage to (iurvln they started on their wedding tour and in a few hours she found that he was violently insane. Knritl Mll Riiut In Kn. Topeku, Kan., Nov. 5. H. J. Ornisby, who has charge of the work of laying out rural delivery mail routes In Kan sas, reports that 14.1 routes have been established. About 70,000 persons are supplied by the routes in Kunsus. Ititlibrr nt Carlton, Kan. Abilene, Kan, Xov. 5. Sunday night burglars robbed the post office nt Carlton, this county, of $22.1, also taking goods from the store in which the post office is located. Jacob (irossenbneher, of California, Mo., was found murdered In ravine near Sioux City, In. The object was robbery. The Missouri Federation ol Wo men's elnlis will meet at Joplin, No vember 7. UP AND TTa-iffl'-nr'Tmd in ii in ill ill Jill 3 8 -J, IV.K.II 1 IT HOTS lIMIlVt i 2 ft I ii si, mil fit tMllioiioir tin-in illsiiuna 2 us for Wi . . . . $ Window Glass, Storm bash, building fl 11 KaDer. anu uon Fig;er Your Bills." ROCK ISLAND OIRQ M?; dt tl Wi IflUIIII 25c. Till? 51 Copies I II I J Not Only a Record Breaker, but a Record Maker. Offers to It constituency all the news, mors readable news, mid a grost vsilet) of news feature than anv other weekly paper published in ttia 8ouilifi.t., A denioc.rn'io weeMv for the tnuBnes. A guarantoe by Its owners and the management that it will serve Impartially the whole of the campaign news. 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Ofloe; Ctrocr Mala and Sbersua. DOWN Aro (he common terms of cl 3 cvation and (lrprosslon. They i liclght'of indicatu tho li .. i ii. i.... Q uur Limiuer vaiucs ' And tho humlilonoBs of our J flirttrcs. Wlmtcvor we ntiote is t on the inaide nnd tho ground j3 ' floor If you want to tako tho 2 a llcbh otr your building estimates tho lumber oustion with us. Sco . S & . . . . Ti Il A- A A 11. . . i lurueu iu iui ua a LUMBER CO. Hntrhin5nn. S w g ; TIM IN 25c 52 Copies City, Mo. s You are lnrlted to visit our store. Our oustomera aro amonir the best poopU. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI. A. I.. Hom.iwAv. M.D. 8. S. ITor.i,owr,M.O. lUia.illSlC First. ItdB. Uol A Kwt. JJU8. nOLMtWAY IIOI.I.OWAY, I'hyslolaiiH nnl HnrrfootiH, Offloo: No.ll Nnrtti Mnln Slrc't Teloiitionec: Itnuliliinro No 1 '. OflHio Vo. SO tliiti'lilnmin. !;nn. M. I Mi:,U,II,I.V, Pliysicinn and Surgeon. HifrJal Attentltui ftlven tu llloiipei of Women im:! Chllil-cii. IiiMHlhd llptx Hot. Vnpor iipi'iiraMiH In ttie tii -niiiieut of Cliriiiili' Itlieninnllrm. Ofllre ovnr 2'J North Main, llilti'liliiiion, Khm. J J O. MALCOLM, M.D. Hom'pntlilc Physician nnd Surgeon f Uvea In coniicetlon wllh nmillulne tho beat Iw.trlc trmitiiiant of all dleeneoH. OrHe! Corner Main ant fhennan Stroeta. KoMilnnoe 113 Flrat Avenne Ktti.t A. M. HUTCHINSON, M. D. IIomcBopathist. Reoldonoo, 'ilnSlierman Bant, Phone 174. Olllca: i!M North Mala Htreut, Phone 169. Hutohinon, Kilns. JJ FIKUCB. Attorney-at-Law. Room 1. 2, and U over Midland Drug Store. JEWELRY. HKNUYZINN, lowoler and Snlontlflo Optl clnn, oarrlon a neat Una of ladloa' and irontt wntobea, olld ifolil rlnirn. One opal rings anlld gold Dpiiataolea, oto, Mnkeaa apeolalty teatlug oyee and fitting apectaelea, Brehm Rfler. Co. Those Handsome Lamps! We have on display urn nolng rapidly. Do not ml.ia this op portunity. Whftt you want In fine china ware as well as beautiful lamps, la here. Our selection is unus ually tine. 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