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BUTLER, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1902.
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At M cKIBBENS.
VISIT OUR
' SHOE DEPARTMENT
We are showing all new, fresh goods, stylish cuts, first class
qualities and each shoe guaranteed.
UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT.
The best assortment of underwear in the county. Only
good, reliable goods and the very lowest, prices. We call
especial attention to our ladies vests and pants at 25c.
They compare favorably with many garments at 40c and 45c.
TOPSY HOSIERY,
When you buy Topsy brand, you are getting the BEST
Hosiery, which gives service and retains the colors.
8 l-3c a pair up.
CALICOES and L, L. MUSLIN
We are selling standard calicoes and L.L. mue-lin for 3 -2c
a yard.
Come and see us. We want your business.
McKIBBENS.
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Kindness Wins a Million.
Hiawatha, Kan., Nov 9 A lftter
written to a local paper states that
an old man who recently died at
"8eatt.le7'Wash.7 left au Ttateworfh
$1,000,000 to Lizzie Hoyee, ofthiB
couuty, because she had shown him
kindness when he was in sore need
years ago. He did not know the
girl's address and requested the writ
er to discover it il possible.
The lettflr-was-writ-tw t thepaper
in the hope of finding the young wo
man. Lizzie Boyce is the 24-year-
old daughter of Elijah Boyce, tifarm--'
lived a few miles north of
'ved the news of
'v i Uii. tati
she won
see them and
moaning by
He g-na qnit ill,
she sawtL
w m Mugon, stop
no I went out
nd the old ,un
side of his wagon.
nnH T tWr.nrwl him
Sudden Death.
Coroner Kenick and Prosecuting
Attorney Horn were culled to Amor
ett early Thursday morning to view
the body of Edward Penny, who hnd
died suddenly in the mail wagon,
while on his way home from Butler
the day before. Edward Penny was
about 25 years of age and had serv
ed three years in the army in the
Philippines. He was apparently
"vigorous Bird strong;
Wednesday morning he rode to
Butler in the mail wagon and was in
towu about two"and one half hours,
and started on the return home with
the mail carrier. After getting fitart
ed he took sick and was induced to
:. ' down in the ' 'the wag-
v..
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. he coroner summoned a jury and
jeld an inquest. A postmortem ex
animation was made, and the con
clusion was reached that the young
man had come to Liadettthironwion-
as best I could, gave him nourish
ment and nursed him until he was
able to resume his journey. He
thanked me profusely on parting and
took my name, saying I would hear
from him some day. I do notste
why he should leave me all his prop
erty for bo simple a favor aa I did for
him."
Goes Like Hot Cakes.
'The fastest selling article I have
my store," wrires druggist U. T
mith, of Davis, Ky., "is Dr. King's
w Discovery for consumption,
coughs and colds, because it always
cures. ' In my six years of sales it
has never failed. I have known it to
save sufferers from throat and lung
diseases, who could get no help .from
doctors or any other remedy."
Mothers rely on it, best physicians
prescribe it, and H. L. Tucker guar
antees satisfaction or refund price.
Trial bottles free. Regular sizes, 00c
and $1.
gestion of the brain.
H. Loeb & Bro. Rich Hill, Mo., will
have an auction sale of Registered
and high grade Hereford cattle on
Monday, November 17th. For par
ticulars write for sale bill.
l-2t H. LOEB & BRO.
Bomeseckers.
Locate in central sunny southern
Kansas, the garden spot of the U. ?. . . . , ., . .
for farming "- p fecaSutnjejiervcsstrengthens-4
ic digestive organs and they
lor farming, nura-itropi
mild climate. For full particulars
rinfT5anvtor-nwt)ooR-entltleJTT-t"wiiuic uuay.
Out There in K.ansas . Adarees,
. Frikk VV KI.S9CHESK, Manager,
Kingman, Kansas.
This ad appears but once. Write
a iiia
Uekr
The Missouri State Bank has a
large amount of idle money to loan.
Parties wanting to' buy stock or de
siriog money for other purposes can
be accommodated. 51-tf
Shylock was the man who
..anted a pound of human
lr:sh. There are many
it. .
:ent, tn.e c
-ickly child, the pale young
woman, all want human flesh
and they can gfr It take
Scott's Emulsion.
Scott's Emulsion is flesh
xni Diooa, Done ana muscle.
Deep water Items.
Messrs. Gorge Allison and. familv
and George Borurn and family were
t he guest o! Julia Buruin and fcunily
last Sunday.
V U. Dudley, who has been quite
sick for sometime, is somewhat bet
ter. Miss Myrtle Rorum wus the guest
of Miss EHie Allison Sunday.
Protracted meeting is progressing
ntc'elyalTAntioch church under the
control of Rev. Cowan.
Mrs. Lillie Moore and son, Willie,
were the nieet of her father in-ltiw in
Henry county lust Sunday.
Mrs. John Colemun, who has been
visiting her brother, Mat. Bledsoe,
and family in Karsas and her friends
. . City, returned home Mon
Ji. Kash attended the Eut-
ern Star lodge in Johnstown Satur
day. She has just returned from a
visit to her parents and friends in
California.
WnL-Jnckeott tellsUi his school re
Dr. W. H. Kimberlin, the Ocu
list, Shot to Death bv
. a Patient.
TIKXS PISTOL ON HIMSELF.'
K. C. star, IJth.
Dr. W. n. Kinilx'rlin, an eye spe
cialist, was shot and instantly killed
by John Si union aoout 2 o'clock
tins aturnoon
ScuiJoii then placed the revolver
to the side of his own head and eon
mitted suicMe
The double trntredy occurred in the
otlii'o of Ir. KunU'rliu on the secoiu
tioor of the building at the southeast
corner of Eighth aud Campbell
streets. Scanluu left a uote which
wasfn'M'.don the dresser in the room.
It licensed Dr. Kimberlin of having
ruined his eyes und gave this as the
motive for the crime. The uot was
us follows:
NOTE I. KI T lY SCA.VI.ON
"Notify my brother at city hall I did
this Invause he destroyed my syes.
Tom, you will Hud euoiiirh monev In
my riom to jmy expenses, in little
drawer on toi of dresser. Tell fath
er, sister aud brother that 1 love
them all and hope we will meet in
ur4uviiig4ir
"John Scam. on
"'I'se the suit that I have in lorker.
They ale j,ood ehouglifur Hie."
Thi shots uU ruetod clerks from tin
Model drug tit ore beneath Dr. Kim
berlin s otiiee. When they reached
the room, both meu were dead. Dr.
Kimberlin had beeu shot in the body.
Nearly half of Scanlun's head had
been blown off. The bodies lay with
in a few feet of each other.
Dr. Kimberlin was well known in
Butler, having made this town for a
number of years.
Startling, But True.
If every one knew what a grand
uieJiciiio lr. Kings .New Pills is.
writes D. II. Turner, Dempseytown,
l'a., "you d sell all you have in a
day-.- 4' wo- weeks'-nse-hair-mnde a
new man of me. infallible for con
stipation, stomagi and liver trou
bles. . 2.ic ntll.. L. lutkers drug
store.
the consumptive, the
For nearly thirty years
. '.cott's Emulsion has been the
great giver of human flesh.
We will send you a couple of
ounces free.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists.
400-415 Pearl Street. NewYorlU
joe. ud $mo i mil druggUt
progressing.nKely in Johnstown.
Rev. Howard, who has been hold
ing a few weeks' protracted meeting
at Oak Grtve school, is in our niidsil
now canvassing fruit trees. He is
making large bills with some of the
farmers
Several of our neighbors are anx
ious to see the speedy progress of the
union phone, as they want to join
them.
The Messrs. White are rendering
some fine music at various school
bouses. Large crowds are always
present.
Say,.Fronti, let us go to reporting
every week. We ought to feel proud
of Old Missouri and also our old
booming Times aud the result of the
election Nov 4. ,
I. M. Smith delivered a fine bunch
of fat hogs at Bulter last week, for
which he got the highest market
price. Rose.
List Yonr Property.
If you want to dispose of your
farm, let me sell it for you;-4f you
want to exchange it for laud in west
ern Kansas and get three to six acres
for one, I will make an effort to do
so. I will be at Adrian Nov. 13th,
Rich Hill Not. 14, and W. 0. Atk.
son's law office in Butler Nov. 15t h.
Come in on the above dates and list
your property or write me giving de
scription, price and terms. I think
I can sell or exchange your farm for
you, if the price is right. Cheap
transportation to western Kansas
Nov. 18. E. B. Atkinsos, .
51-tf Grainfleld, Kan.
Piano Tuning.
To whom it may concern:
1 Ins certifies that the bearer. F.
M. Skaiis, has done considerable
work for us, and we always found
his tuning aud repairing perfectly
done. We consider him an honest
ami perfectly reliable workman and
anyone entrusting work to his care
are sure it will lie donesatisfactorily.
V. W. Kl.MHAM. & Co.
Manufacturer of pianos and organs,
ttnea-go, 111. . By W. I
.10-tf l.nve orders at Day House.
STARVED OUT.
Many a garrison has been forced to
give up the fight and hang out the white
flag of surrender, when lack of food lias
weakened the men past all power t.i
continue the struggle.
Blany a man is
similarly starved
out of business.
His digestion is
impaired. H i a
food does not
nourish him, and
for lack of
strength to carrv on
the struggle he turns
his store over to an
other. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the
stomach and other or
gans of digestion and
nutrition. It restores
strength to weak, nerv
ous, run-down men and
wonien.
About ten vear ago t
ninrtvlM Willi
itoinach trouble, also diar-
ira," writ en Mr. wm.
Walter nf Antrim xr
In warm weather it erew
worse, until it would throw
me Into a cramping chill.
I aomrtitnea thought my
end had come. Trictl many
remedies, but ther gave
only temporary rebel, in
November, 1K99, thought I
would try Doctor P'erce'a
tlnlAmi UKI,I Ti
I ot aiz hottleapnd took Ave In aucceasloti, then
thouelit I would wait fur a time and take the
one left. Soon found I had avmptoma of the
trouble coming back, ao took the aixth bottle
and it cured me. I have enjoyed the bent of
health thia summer, and the credit all belong
to your 'Golden Medical Discovery.' I can t
expres my many thanks to Dr. Pierce for his
f-altil r Cit it rli.l am a.a.nl f
not express how trverely I siifTrtrd,
If an (iaMltvt lha aK w n-a a a.1
ddrm me, and I will take great pleasure in
' "is-
Dr. Picrce'i Pleasant Pellets cleanse the
bowels and stimulate the sluggish liver.
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SPECIAL SALES
Clearance sales, bankrupt sales, removal Kilos
have all had (heir run in Butler with more or
less success, hut when the hiir
Butler Cash Dep't. Store
goes out for a sale on anything you know it
means unheard of prices. Now for a
Cloak
AT MANUFACTURERS COST.
right in the midst of the clonk season, when
the people want the goods. This means there
wih he no reserves, everything goes in ladies,
misses and childrens cloaks.
Ladies black unlined .52 .'0 cloak at SI .fK)
Sale
"Ladies gray lined 1.50 cloak at .'I.UC
Ladies black boucle o.UO cloak at o.."0
Ladies blue, black tan, castor :uf oxi'urd.
nicely lined and liuished ."?(). ."() cltiaks at -Sl.!!
Ladies blue or castor line melton cloaks trim
med with satin, worth !.)() at 7.00.
All C''MH) ..ioaks line li:i!h, style go at :?7.!)S
All 11.5'J cloaks, very line goods go at N..jO
All 1.2."() cloaks will be closed out at D.00
All 11.00 cloaks, latest style,, go at 10.00
MISSES JACKETS.
$2.is
o.GO
1.00
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All misses jackets go at
All 4.. "50 misses jackets go at
All -J.5'5 misses jackets go at
-AH (i-'jO misses jackets go at
All 7.00 and :?S.OO misses jackets'go at 3.UO
Childrens Short Jackets.
All $1 ."() jackets size 1 to 10 years .?1 .00
All 2.4S jackets size 1 to 10 years l.."it
All .').2" jackets size 4 to 12 years 2.00
All .'.18 jackets size 1 to 12 years 2. .10
This is, without doubt, the best line of ladies,
misses and children's cloaks ever shown at
anything like the price and will not last long.
"When in look through our
OUR SHOE STOCK
Kubher footwear, our rain proof work coats
for men, shirts, overalls and our 81 "0 ji in
pants at 75 cents.
Big line of underwear at cut prices.
10 oz. cotton llannel gloves at oc a pair. This
glove sells all over the country at 10 cents.
We must sell 5 Xew Home sewing maliines
before Jan. 1st to secure special discount for
the year, so we have special prices on the Xew
Home to January 1st, 100o.
1,000 red-headed parlor matches 5c. You
pay 5c for 500. Why do you w ant to throw
money away.
Just received the nobbiest line of ladies ready
to wear skirts ever shown, slotted seams and
the newest fads, see them.
We have engaged an experienced upholsterer
in our furniture department. We repair and
upholster all kinds of furniture, repair and
-work over all kinds of hair, moss, or -cotton"
mattresses, make to order box couches, wind
ow cushions and, iit fact, anything m the line
of upholstering. House full of bargains.
-Bring in your produce. It will buy goods in
.any part of the Jiqusc.
Butler Cash Department Store.
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