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11 . II - H VOL. XXIV. BUTLER. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER -, 1002. XO. J8. Hew Goods at McKibbens. NEW CLOAKS, Stylishly made, perfect Biting, good liuings, etc. Eiich Cltmk guaranteed to im satisfactory at $3 00, 7.30,10.00, 12.50, 15.00,20.00. New Dress Goods, . AH the newst thiugs in black and colors The new mixtures, Zebeleues and tailorcloth uud the liest things in skirtings, 50c, 75c, 95c, $1.00, 1.25, 1 .50, 2 00, yard - New Waiting!, The very latest designs in waist ings, corded, - plain, 'fancy stripes, figured velvets, printed velvets, curded velvets, etc., 25c, :i!c, 50c, 75c, $100 yard, t New Fleeced -Goods. A large line of styles aud color tlie prettiest ever yet shown. Colors irood to wash and quite inexpensive. 15c, 10c, Sy, T'i-. New Outings Almost nil the styles nmde in these striped, checks, plaids plain colors and qualities better t.h in ever at lOc, !)", N'ic 7V, Vu. 5c. New Topsy Hosiery We arc e.vltisive agents for this celebrated brand of Hosiery. Should anyone els show you Topsy Hosiery you may kuow they were purc hased in a round about way and we consider it a high eompli nit iit to this line. t Ladies Fleeced or plain 15 ', "J.V, :i5e ami 50c Misses r'leeceu or plum lOe, loc, I'J.', Joe, .'l-ic. Ladies woolen 20c, 25c, .'15c, 50c. Hoys hose 15c, 19c, 25c. Men's socks lOe, 15c. 25c. New Underwear Ladies 15c, 20c, 23c, 25o, :i!)c, 4.1., 50j, 75,;, $1.00 1.25,1.50,2 00. Misses 5c, e, He, 9c, 10c, 12c, 15c, 18c. Hoys 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c, 50c. Metis 25u, 39c, 50c, 75c, $ 1 00, $1.25, $1 50, $1.75. Special heavy fleeced 75c suit. New Shoe All the new leathers and stylish cuts $1.5(1. $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50. We guarantee each pair. Our Men's Victor shoe at $3.50 is a beauty and the best value in this coum ry. Ask to see them. New Notions. Our notion stock ia complete with nil the new fads and every day notions and our pries are worthy your attention. Special nev kid lined belts 25c, Come and see us. LoweufPpriced house for good goods. Mrs. Al. Hurt man was tendered n I 11. A. Feebnck, a prosperousyoung' reception ou the eve of her departure I farmer of West Boone township, was ! for her new home in Kansas City, at ! down to attend the meeting of the' old set tiers on Wednesday and favor-! edTm:TiMKS very pleasantly, lie! isan early settler and a inootistiinn ble gentleman. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mor ris A very enjoyable evening is re ported. Mrs. M. J. (biggs, widow of the late William Criirg. "Cnele 1 illy" ae his friends culled him, who died ,vnue a visit to California, return' e.l iii lier home in Shawnee township in! w. . k. iomI Iiiis her paper eliung- l Im k t this pototliie. Mrs. in igs I. ci.j .ving letuarkaniy gooii li 'iiitli for a lady of her advanced yeins. 1 1- r many fri'tids rejoice to welcome lit-r back home. James Snrtnin has hispaperchung ed from Ihitler to Hlaine. Wash., where be has accepted u position at, engiueerfor a large tuanufacluring plant. Mr. Surtsinhad been engineer at the Carpenter & Shafer plant for sotnetiipe, with the best satisfaction, and resigned to accept a more lucra tive position, lie is a worthyyoung gentleman and competent engineer. We are in receipt of the Political hand-book of Missouri, by Sam H Cook, Secretary of State. In it Mr. l ook makes a comparison of repub lican and democrat ic rule., which does uot show up to the credit of the former. It is a sueeesf.ion of well written chapters compiled from of ttcial records, and should lie rend by every voter of Missouri. Our esteemed friend A. J, Wriirln . of Chicago, in sending his remit tniice for renewal, aptly sa: " Plus is tin America's Famous lVnuties Look with horror on skin era;- tions. blotches, sores, pinnies. Thev don't have them, nor will unvote, who uses Huckleu's Arnica Salve. It irlorilles the he. Kczeiuu or salt rheum vanish Im f, re it. If cures sore litis. chaptxMl hands, chilb luius. In fallible for Piles. 25c at II. I.. Tuck er's drug store. Set Divorce Aside. Clinton Demo rat, '. September 11 Judge Craves grant ed a divorce to William llal.apf, I. of Deep water, from his wife, l.ydia II il zipiel. William iiiimcdialely again soiivrlit matriitiouial bonds: proceed- ed straight to the Uecorder's olliee. where he obtained a inarriaelieeiise, l ml in Iwpwnter that day lie mar ried M iiTeie Helmet t. Will inn's weddim..' eaiU' tot he ears f . Indue Craves yesterday and h' lidti't do a thing but set llalzepM's livorce aside. And now iu the eves of the law Mr. Ilalzepfel is a biiramist. which is slightlv embarrassing to say the least, MME. LOCAL AFFAIRS. Taze LaFollett is spending a few days with relatives in the city. Will loan on chattel mortgage, G. I. Lynch, over Mo. State Bank 35tf. David (1. Phelps, a prosperous far mer of eastern Hates, sends us remit tance for renewal. Mrs. John C. Laue, of near Lilieral, Barton county, arrived from Butler to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lane, her , husbaud's pureuts Rich Hill Re view. John P. Herrell and Dr. McNearny. of 8t. Louis, were pleas nit callers on 8 iturdoy. Dr. McNea rm y is u prom inent democratic politician aud was one time recorder of, I tffcrsoii county. The Marias des Cygue aud Miami riven have beta on a regular ram page tle past week Hnd in conse quence of the1 overflow co'nsiderable damage has resulted to the corn crops in the bottoms. Rr. Bilvfus, pastor of the Baptist church at Adrian, has accepted a A swell gambling den located on Michigan avenue, Chicago, patron ized by society plungers, is the scenic setting for the remarkable third act of latest, sensational melo-drama, "A Gambler's Daughter." The sceuic in vesture of this act isone of the pret tiest ever paiuted The massive and costly interior is portrayed in a most faithful manuer. Lemuel Jones, a 'Frisco section boss, was shot through the heart and instantly killed at Cliquot, Mo., the 25th iust. Joans was standing in a box car door watching a train load (? excursionist who had attend ed the Red Men's carnival at Spring Held. Mo , when srma one shot him froin-a coach window. Many of those tar the excursion train -were drunk and all along tlm line pistols were tired tnrough the car wiudows. Mrs. 0 irrie Nation will go to Eng- l.tlid iu October. She was invited by a party known as the National Pro hibitum league, and accepted the invitation, li is said English saloon keepers are really alarmed by news of her expected advent aud are pre1 call aud moved to Rich Hill. . Before parmg to speud a quarter of a mil taking bis departure from Adrian the ladies aid society of Ids church potent ed bini with n hue quilt us a token of their friendship. Jadgennd Mrs. John Coleman, of JoliiMtown,; were pleas nt cullers at TC Tu W ottlce oa Tuewhiy. Mrs. Coleman Wt that evening for Strong Cityr Ko4; t isit her brother, William Bledsoe, who she had hot for; cms time. She will be t , . alMenC about a month. The Times ' wishes her a safe joornej and pluas- lion dollars it necessary in fortifying ih-inselves against the law. The Engusli saloon keeper, will oiid tite tiw has Imle ternHor Aunt Carrie him iter liHtcnet when she gets on a rum rampage. Out of Death's Jaws. i hen ileata seemel very near from a severe stomach aud liv-tr trouhk-. that I had suffered with foi veare." write' P. Muse, Durham. N C , "Dr. King's New Life Pills SAved mv life and cave perfect health." Best pills ou earth and ouly 25c at H. L. Tucker drug store. how the larder will be tilled coal idle) replenished for a cold and win ter. Appreciating the elfort vou ar making, and the pupr more, we are willing to add our littl" mite to the good of the cause." lie struck the bull's eve the first shot, and we cer tainly appreciate his kind considera tion. . A few davs ago L F. Crutcher, a nromineiiMiiaii in the financial eir cles of Springfield. Mo., received a letter threatening him with death if lie did nor leave $350 in a certain place in the road a mile and a half from that city. I he writer not onlv threatened the life of Mr. Crutcher, hut also made threats to kidnap his children and burn bis property on refusal to comply with the demand Another letter almost, identical with the one received bv Mr. Crutcher was written toll. B. .bdaniel, vit-pivsi dent of the I innii .National Hank de;nanditit; -"-'300 of him. Mrs. Klizn J. Webb, wife of Isaac Webb, departed this life, at the fam ily home on Broadway street, this city. Monday inornintr. Death was due to a severe attack of erysipelas in the face ami head, which disease it is thought, went to the heart, m herdeuth wassudden and unexpectei to Ihe family. Deceased was (." years of nife and came to Butler with her family in 1S('7. She was the mother of nine children, feven of whom, nil grown, are living Mrs Welib was held in hit-best esteem by all who knew her nnn the separation (A this loving mother from the fami lv circle is a sad blow to the aired husband and children left liehiml However she left a heritage of a well spent christian life and the con notation that she has gone to a bet tpr world. Funeral services took place at the M. E. church. muth at 2 o'cl'M-k yesterday afternoon and were conducted by Rev. T. C. Puckett DO YOU GET UP s WITH A LAME BACK? A I I I a "iiftiS-"- tldney Trouble Hakes You Miserable, Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know ot the wonderful cures made by Dr i Kilmer's Swamo-Root, I the great kidney, liver ml and bladder remedy, It is the rreat medi cal triumph of the nine teenth century; dis covered after years of U1 scientific research by . Dr. Kilmer, the eml ' nent kidney and blad der specialist, and is wonderfully successful fn promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou bles and Fright's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kid ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found Just the remedy you need. - It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work, in private practice, among Ihe helpless too poor to pur chase ruef and has proved so successful fn every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it, rniy have s sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book telling mors about Swamp-Root and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper and send your address to Dr. Kilmer It Co.,Bing Samton, N. Y. The regular fifty cent and Mmm dollar sizes are told by all food druggists. It I imi: AM' si:i: ri: line of rt'K SCUM'S. FCK CUM'S, Fl'K .IACKKTS, Strictly tiret-class go.tds at t!u y.iv LuWF.ST I'KH lis. 1 Miens II to. Wl ' W 1 -Cf- W V JJvJJN I Jb Allj a a 5H (Joes Like Hot Cakes. 'The fastest si lling nrth'le 1 have in tnv store," writes druguist t'. 'I Smiili, of lavis, Kv.. "is lr. IC tor's New liscoverv (or consumption. I'liliN. lii'i'ausi' H ala i I'lltl 'IIH Mil. cures. In in v six years of sales it has nev. -r failed. I have known it to save stiff -icrs from throat and lung liscnscri, who could get, no help from doctors or any other remedy. ' Mothers ret v on it, best phxsiciniis prescribe it. and II. L. Tucker imar antees satisfaction or refund prh-e. Trial bottles free, (tegular sizes, ."th and! I. HARRIET FREDERICK, OSTEOPATHIST, All classes of diseases successfully treated. Consultation niidexnminn thin free. Office over Postoflh-e, llutler. Mo. ' Mm SPECIAL SALE -OF- Monday. October 5. To vi.Mt u.s for vour winter Stut or Overcoat, Our stock is the Largest, Our prices the Lowest. SEE (W 6RFAT $5 OVERCOATS. JOE MEYER. Tin: clotiiii:i:. o o G o c a Q C Q O o o o A Gamlikr's Daughter. Next Thursday. O -t. Sit li, at Ibitler Opera House ihe new sensational mclo-dranwi, "A (lauibler's Paugli ter" will have its first presentation iu th s city by a casr of actors and actresses of exceptional merit and marked ability. The pi- ce will undoubtedly be well received here, and prove one of the choice events of the present theaii i cal season. The company present ing it is headed by Miss Miriam Slit i hy, w ho, although a young woman, has won m'st enviable laurels as an emotional actress in the last few yearn, and for whom noted critics are predicting a brilliant, histrionic career, la the character of Kate, in "A (inmbier'e amhter," she has eveiy opporliiiihy for making the heel use of her unusual attainments. Her gowns, as well no those worn by the other female characters in the piece, ore said to be wonders in the Modist's art, having been imported trotn abroad. A special is reipn'red to carry the elaborate scenery for the piece, ami there are many beautiful stage pic ( tiros. The cast includes Miriam Shelby. Camilla Cruine, Madnline Wheeler. 1'uirl Hammond. James Norvnl. Walter Stanhope, .1. J. Hyland, C. II. Harrison, C. W. (ioodrich, Andrew liuirk, V. J. White. L. P. North and others. ' MissCamilla Criimo, withtheabove company, will be remembered as Miss Camilla Crume Smith or "Sister Smith" was born a.-l raised in l!ul-Icr. : vuhams Bros. Cut prices! Cut prices!! Cut prices! ! ! " an and: af We hav stock mi 1 worse than d this day i'ti v. i,i a tll'lt Will llllikl- I lli'lll i."1 exe. ptimin II - large I i. ei i tnoi'.ey and from pri' i s lor cash .Vow if you Our Mr. Henry Sicher, of New York will lie with us the ONE DAY ONLY, with two full lines ol Indies' and one line of misW and children's cloaks These lines comprise the "very latwt Parisian et. les out this season, aud will lie on sale all day, Monday Oct. .rih, at the big Butler Cash Depart ment Store. This is an opportunity of the season to get hat you want in the cloak line at w holesale prices. Don't mien it. Sutler Cash Department Store A. Cough " I have made a most thorough trial of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and am prepared to say that for all dis eases of the lungs it never disap points." J. Early Finfey, Ironton, O. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral won t cure rheumatism ; we never said it would. It won't cure dyspepsia; we never claimed it. fiut it will cure coughs and colds of all kinds. We first said this sixty years ago; we've been saying it ever since. Tkrw (!(: 25c, Mc, II. Antranbta, If b un tekl It. ill. yoa Ml Conralt roar doctor. Uion do u ho f.. If ho toll to uko It, thoo. limit tako It. Ho know. Loot nt wits him. W. are wUllmr. i. C. AVER CO, LowaU, Maa. have THK CASH, or can it, you can buy AWTJIIM! IN n'!; I.'XK at u 1?A IK i A IV. drociriis. Imr.l ware, tpiecnsware. itovcs, pumps, implements, waumix, iiuo;,.,, carriages. We want to convert half ourstoek into cash, and we know the right kind of price will do it. Will sell you a Pain wagon for .($. Mi. Will sell you a ii, 1 bugiry, with second growth hickory wheels, divp buff leather i rimmed, dust proof spindles, roller ruhir irons, Hailey body loop. ii ih renr fifth wheel. Nothing U'tter in Uutler except a Snyers & Scovill for no. Will sell you the Iwt 12 inch walking plow for ?!l.00, U inch for !1(.."iO, wood beam toiigueless cultivator 1)00. Kingmaii Comniodore Hi inch Sulky plow $'2H 00. The Diamond Sulky 10 inch plow SW.OO. The Improved Ivmle Sulky l.'iinch plow !'t."i 00 Above pricei. for spot cosh. Also dioe ius rior grain drillJ-J. 00. Also I o-Disc superior grain drill 3.VI OO. No U-iter drills ou the market. We hive just gotten it two cars. l,.loo sacks of old wheat Hour and this may be the last old wheat flour, we will be able to get. We bought this flour cheap and w jll sell same way. Xow is your time to lay in "00 to 1.000 lis, while you can pit thia good flour for your winter n use, as jyou are all aware thnt ALL NEW j wheat this year is damaged and musty. Everything in our line will go nt big reduction in price to reduce i our stork for cash. Yours Trulv WILLIAMS BROS.