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lirl yi wall. Oar tra"
wrk ct ill aacfcav,
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tn mik. Sccrpt m WU
tat. Aab aar SrarBla.
Mr. Hurkholder went to 1'aplns
vllle Friday on a business trip.
Marvin Keainctt ami wife, of Klch
lit)!, spent Sunday at I). Cnetello's.
" luiy brothers nn maklnjrsomc fine
aorxlium syrup (or some of our
John CaAh purchased a buggr t
Mr. Drrmlnln sale Tuesday. John
snys tt 'l for his children to w,w
the jrlrls ar left.
Wonder If Jean Hedrkk tan tell
pork t hop from t hicken chops when
ho sees It tn writing
Grata Hotson and family moved to
the subnrlis of Keavley Monday.
John lteapy has a pet on his ankle
and be In anldler on that account.
A mutual and croklnole party at
Mr. Uurkhoiders last Tuesdaylnlght
All report an enjoyable time.
I am pl.td thnt SSpragw scribe boa
changed from Spooks to a Uosebud,
Uncle Ike Neat had several shocks
of corn that made bushels, some
not so much, more that did not.
We are In favor ottne wind to
quit blowing so hard.
Had a spleHdld rain Friday night
which frewliened things up consider
able. Irvla Rucker Is moving Into the
old hotel on tlie coriHT of Main.
Several of our young people at
temled the opera at Nevada Friday
night- .
Kev. Johnson, the M. E. minister
from Drexel, preached to a crowded
house at the Christian church Sun
day morning and evening, Tbey are
talking of hiring him for one half or
one fourth time.
The Koyal Nelghtori have organ
ised a camp at Metx. A number of
our young folks have Joined Just to
have some fun.
The Christian church association
wtil give a genera) dinner and sup
per in Metx hall Thanksgiving day.
The young folks of the M. W. A.
p Heart Cry of ths
Ilotherless Ilaidsn.
Matter. cM back ha Mart ecbalw .sore
Ami Oka aw agaia la ya uu at at ym.'
Whea the mother is taken frees Use
koese. the loss fails heavily oa each
toenber of the family. But in time
kindly Nature heals the woends, dolls
the aoetnoty, and cocniorU th heart.
The little girl turns anew to her dolls
cd her play sad her aa other becomes a
xwrmocy. The real loss that she has
attained coasts to her aaach later ia
Vie, ha "sundixif with relactsBt feet
wher wonsahood and girlhood meet,'
aba feels ths Bead of a mother's counsel.
Kb la perplexed shout conditions of
which she cannot speak to say other.
Sue think of th family physiciaa. But
her delicate nature shrink from the
question th might be called upon to
answer. And so without counsel or hlp
aha drifts along- whila every day time
tighten ths fetter of dUeaae.
Youdj women Instinctively kaow that
certain condition are abnormal. They
know that bead and back were aot
tnade to ache. But they do not kaow
where to turn for relief. -
what almost every mother kno
mows, that
Dr. Pierre's Favorite Preacriation
ion i the
r" "!.. II MBJB -j '"Ti
i' W - j
it. vKrtJ
f'.lif AW i I ha
km I
beat medicine for the cure of womanly
111. It bos only cures headache sod
backache but it cures the womanly ilia
which caute these pains.
"I am so much better since I com
moner d taking your Favorite Preacrip
Ucs,' writes Miss Jessie Simmon, of
I Thsratoa, Frederick Co., Md. "I am
. very much improved la health, sad fral
. a though I bad new leas of life. It
- wa lust what I seeded. Am more thaa
thankful to p 1 for the kindly interest
you have takes, and hope that others
will find the sam bene &t from your valu
able book and medicine that I hay."
Dr. Pierce's Fsvonte Prescription is
aot offered at s cure-sJL It 1 woman's
snedictne, sad it accompli bh a perfectly
the cva of womanly dueasca. It eUU
lioha vrfularity. It dries unhealthy and
eflojr drain. It heal inflammation
aad ulceration sod cure female weak-
- aea. It Is a purely vegetable prep
arauoa, cootaiuing 00 alcohol, neither
jsa, cocaine our sny other narcotic.
cannot niMgree with ths
areata cdjisuuuoa.
nrs pcUtnsr up a play, Have not
learned exactly when they will have
Kevnrnl of our young folks at
tended th oyster supper atKliloe
hart Saturday nlitht.
Grandpa and Urnndrna Hummers
celebrated their 40th wedding anni
versary last Thursday. About 100
guests were Invited,
Everyone Is Invited to attend the
box supper at I'ryor Creek txhool
bouse next Wednesday night.
Mrs. Wm. H. Graves and son
llalpb were the gueata of Mrs. Mod
lux Hunrtay.
Miss Wllholt was visiting friends
In Mets Sunday.
Frank Snyder Is very low.
Qi kkn Esther.
Mrs. Ed Miller's ststsr and hus
band, Mr, and Mrs. Funk, of Archie,
were visiting her the past week.
Judge March and wife attended
the stock show In Kansas City last
Mr. Uou ton's son-in-law. Fred
Wood, and family have returned
from the west where they had been
living for about five years.
Quite a number from south of
town attended the funeral of Frank
Deboth which was held at the born
of his parents last Wednesday. Mr.
Ikeboth had been a helpless invalid
for about eight years from a hurt re
ceived while working in mine fo. 13.
C, E. Wheat ley and wile and Mr,
and Mrs. Funk were dining In
Spragne Friday.
Watson Wear Is home again caus
ing the hearts of his parents to be
Humor says Sam Smith Is to go to
the rhilipptne Islands soon.
Andrew Wilson, of Midway, Kan.,
Tielted his parents over Sunday.
Don't fall to attend the entertain
ment at the church Saturday night.
tiood music and an Interesting pro
gram will be given.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Sundayed at
V anama.
lleavleyla enjoying two fine ser
mons a month from Uro. Coffey and
one or two from Bro. I'y lea and now
has the promise of one from Kev. J.
M. Clark ths third Sunday tn No
vember. Our Suiday school to Is
getting along fine.
Mr. and Mrs. l!e!lbr gave a dinner
to their many friends Sunday in
honor of the newly married people
Mr. and Mrs. Zebra Bellter.
Mrs. Cora March, of Bussey, Iowa,
Toasf nisiia eaecUQy do st reaBas
how iaOaxstery the faanl health is
related to the Walsh of the delicate
woxsasly orymns. Whea the local dis
ease are cared fcy "Fiorit Preacria.
toom' the faetal health at oac ia
proves. The appetite is restored, alarp
1 enjoyed, the fans reaads oat. the
cheeks regsia the aa of health. Miss
StBvsoas asTsUthetetteraaaresalt of
osiBg Dr. riercc's favorite Trescriptioa
she feels ss thovfh she had '
"a rxw uu ox un."
This b aot oaly a feeliaf but a fact, ss
Is showa by thoaaaad of testimonials
which y " ' Pavorvto rreacripOoa ' has
axade a sew a anus of Bae."
"I am stiU larproviof; saore sad store
every day. I as put as well aow as I
was whea I caase iate the world, writes
Mrs. P. A, Grahaax, of itj Sace Street,
New Orleans, Ia I wfll pot ft st that,
soyway, or tammtt trmrmhtr evr
arcvsM m wamam (twenty
av year aro), ontil aia
BBoeitas are whea I beeaa
the aae of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription sad
'Goldea Medical Disco.
ry sad 'Pleasant Pel
fets.' TAey are the best
saedklae oa earth made
for womea aad their com
plaiata. No atstter what
the diiisss easy be even if
called iacmrmbU by the
doctors. If aay uQeriar
womaa will writer Doctor
Pierce be will writ her
fatherly letter aad .rive her
food advice aad if she
a ill follow his lastrs Ctionj
wiu aaa oot la a
short time that she has been misuses
by putoVaT her trust la kou ln. I
i beta sick foe e4ht .t.l ,ds
month ago I commenced with Dr. JL. V.
Pieice'a saediciae aad tt brought mt
wbww a am aovr, trots ninety
pounds to one kundrad sad thirty.five.
7 aay may wriu to cne, eaclosiac j
sump, aad I will answer 1
Women suffering from diacasas of long i
staading are lavite d to consult Dr. Pierce
by letter, A. AU Uttrs era read ia
private aad aor at ad la lWate, and th
wTittea coaadea oa of womaa are (rnard
d by the aaay atrict profetooaal pri.
fj OMrrad la persoaal conaulutions
with Dr Piere e, st the Invalids Hotel and
Surgical Inst ltsts. Address eorreapoa
dence to Dr. JL V. Pierce, BuSalo, N. V.
A great laey women who have taken
sdrantare of Dr. PUrce's offer of free
conaultatie a by letter, have axpreaaed
their t;rJ ncatioa at he lag abls to escape
Jf w y the iadelkmu questioning,
the offer ,ai re esamiasUoa and obnox
ious loo al Uestmesta, eaaidered aecc.
Jjry 7' some local practitiosera. Dr.
aierce f wkie erpericacs aad woadsrfol
ucccras la ths treatmeat aad care of
wvuwtaiy diacasas, aaablee him to obtain
rate kaowledge of diaeascs bT the
writ tea statement Ia a little over tHirty
r rs, assisted by his staff of aax.r a
csre of phyaUiaaa, lr. Pierce, th W
nauiuag phystciaa to the lavalia's
M , wauiuia, Dttnuo.i
. Y ha treaUd aad cured handred of '
".aaa ot weak aad sickly women.
a oesier who eSara a substituu tot
" Favorite Preaeriptioa f as "just ss
go od does o to oUaia the Uttl snore
Profit paid by the sale of less teeritonone
jrepaj.uona. Accept so eubstitne for
Favonu Peescriptloa.o the moiicise
which makes weak women strong sad
sick womee well.
what itzaa CButa tcimu.
I think that your Adviser' Is a 6oe
book,-writes MliM Flora L Greer, of 107
Howe Street, Ak roa, Ohio, "and a book
that everyoas tihould own. If moie
girls would rea.1 it instead ot tt saby
aovsls there woe id be healthier we mca
and children than there are to-dav
The book reaa-red to U Dr. Pier ce's
uommoa oenas Medical Adviser. It
.uuiaua looo u rge pages aad aver . Tco
liiuatrauoa. ana. la seat frit oa rece 'pt
of stamp to pay cxpeaae of anallu i
7 w Jl DB-M sumps for
wji uuiuKi vai ame, e only at stamt
for ths book la paper-covers. Addles
Di. V. Pure r, haK I. V,
Is visiting relatives here thta week. ,
Mrs. WlUla and ilanshter . Me
Hannah were shopping In the J11U
T. 11. Fllson Is sporting a nobby
new buggy. Wonder II be ride
alone. , , ,
Hat her a gloomy time at tlie
(Irlggs coal works this Week. Messrs
Dark and lilaek. are clerking there.
Airs, t nnriiti. xourtlllott Is so far
recovered as to t-enhle to visit at
Mrs. Hattle Drown is on the sick
J. C. tlrkir attended the Walnut
Street M. K. church In Hlch Hill Ku(i
.1 A V .
Tom r.ddv and Frank Mclntvre
- I
nave returned iroin , their tnp to
- - . -
Oklahoma. .
Mother's Worm Byrup.
Best worm medicine. Children
like It so well they eat It on bread.
: I
Trot. Gendiler leing sick there
was no school In his room Tuesday
Jack Keed has moved to Sprague.
'1 he protracted meeting does not
stop the parties.
Charles Qulun was In Spragrue
Sunday. -
Mrs. Maggie Winston, of Pettis (T,
is visiting her sister Mrs. Joe Smith
A crowd of young folks and "Kose-
tna went oposum hunting Friday
nignt, so we called it, but the opos
uius came tn minus.
John Winston, of Rich Hill, was
visiting in oar burg itunday.
A social waa given at Mrs. John
son's Friday nlbt. Will Johnson
And bis sister Minnie are going to
New Mexico soon.
Miss l'arma I'ligmore visited Miss
Pearl Finch, near Hume, last week.
Will Clause has moved to Foster
We, the Jury. And tUat the de
ceased came to his death from heart
failure, caused by not taking Rocky
Mountain Tea made by Madison
Medicine Co. 3.V. Ask your drug
Mrs. Jas. Powell entertained a few
of our young ladies one evening last
weeK. j
The ladies of the Baptist church
gave a social at the Hall last Wed
nesday evening. A good crowd was
out and all had a most enjoyable
time. We did not learn the amount
of money taken in, but know a good
sum was realised.
Mr. E. Myers, accompanied by
Misses Kldd and Robinson, were
guests of the Misses Boreing Monday
Quite a crowd of Appleton ity
young folks spent Monday nutting
on Horse Shoe Lake. .
Miss Stella Peacock of Scbell City,
spent Sunday, with Miss Beulah
Macklln. ,
Urandpa Hook visited town wUb
his granddaughter. Mrs, Chaa.Meyer,
the first of the week. -m
Mlwe Daisy Asbury returned from
Se hell City Sunday. ,i
Subs Daisy Keavea, who has been
visiting Miss Estella Ritchie for the
past month, returned to ber home In
Sedalia last Sunday.
Mr. tar I lankeyor sedalia, visiteu
here with friends Sunday.
' Oriox.
Home Seekers Excursions.
To Alabama. Arlxona. British Co
lumbia, Florida, tieorgia, Idaho,
Indian Ty., Kansas, Keutucky, Lou
isiana, Manitoba, Michigan. Minne
sota, Mixxliwlppl. Missouri, Mon
tana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North
Carolina. North Dakota. Oklahoma,
Oregon, Kouth Carolina, fckiuth Da
kota, Tennessee, . lex as, Ltan,
VVashlnirton, lnconMn, Wyoming.
Tickets will be on sale Nov. 5 and
19, Dec 3 and 17, one fare plus $2.00
for he round trip, final return limit
21 days from date of sale.
For Kansas City Horse Show-
Tickets on Bale from Oct. U Us 2
return limit Oct. 2th. t.1.40 round
trip. -1 1 , :
' M A Itiii vv. Airr
Public Male.
The undersigned will sell at public
sale. 2V nil lee sotttluiast it i'ltaaant
Oho. on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1'JtH, the
following prois-rty. Kale to com
mencfl at 1 o dock sharp.
1 )ne team work horses; oneconung
twi-.ven,r-old colt; one suckling con
onethort Horn bull, coming two-
vear-old; wveu head ol cows, ten
vearlin v neiiers: live orou 01 cnivr
!in luuul l shiiHts: 0110 stock tf flax
straw: alHut acres of corn and
1. ..1,1.-1-
I ithis of Kale: Ail sums 01 an
under, cash. All over 5 a eredlt of
ten months will t given, ptirchaw
edvlng alwnkalilrt note, with Inter
est at 10 tier cent, from (lute.. A dis
count of a per ccut. lor can.
W. W. BtHBoWS, Auctioneer.
r 1 1 If n ft. a .. .1 u l M
A fascinating story of New Y6rk
UU.. liv Vance Thompson, tiegins 1
The t riterion for Octotn-r and prom
imm tit be the noi'uuir novel, ou
special otter to the readers of this
paper, three inoiitus suliscrtption for
Id cents, affords a rare opiKirtuolt
ui obtain an introduction or to pr
nr9 l-t tr-r acouaiuUiuce with the
LirtghLeHt llluatraU-d monthly maga-
I tile puhflabed. .
'i hH ttiteriou has a dlstlnguUqei
sti.'l i w ritera and artbts who con
trltnte strong epei-lal ar:Kics on iiu.
nr.rtunt tonics of the daT. fcnter
taint ii short stories aud uoems Pns-
Iv tllu stratud.- Valuable and author-
tjitivs naoers on luti'wr i-ri.iuiu
to mil'"', drama, art ana literature.
John I'rl J-Joyrt, autiior 01 "Mnug
town u tlie 1'ike, writes:
AimI now 1 u-g 01 you to let me
say a word concerning the Criterion.
U ptijaoes us all as a clean fiiiully
niHgiislne. uud ty 'all I mean my
frieml who appre late aiui siwak of
worUs they couiiQeUil. 1 have yet to
find an al verso crillcUin lrn uiaa
or wotuaa w hose Interest lie la ti
lines of pure thought and who dolr
their loved owes to read that which
tends lo elevate life. The Criterion,
jisa great favorite, and Justly so,
audlbctfyou 10 take these gratuU
tons remarks In the same spirit 1
extend them.
With truest regards, I am.
Mncerely yours, rU"
Ttemernler. mouths for 10 cents.
(stamps accepted), regular rates fl
per year, 10 cents per copy.
i ritenon t'liDiicntion t.o.,
41 East 21st Stmt,
New York City.
Makes assimilation nernvt.. health?
blood, firm muscles, strong nerves.
Uuk kehs the brain, makes and keeps
you well, tlient medicine, Kcky
Mountain Ten, 3.V. Ask your drug
Duildtug and. Loan Associations
Theie people's bank, the most
beneficent outgrowth that far of the
cooperative idea in the United
States, have increased in fifty years
to over 6ooo associations, distrib
uted throughout every state and ter
ritory, and represent savings
amounting to over $1,000,000,000.
Laws regulating their management
differ in different states; but how
ever their external features miv
vary, the great principle ot cooper
ationmutual helpfulness by the
working together of individuals for
joint benefit or common good as
opposed to selfish competitive indi
vidual effort remains unchanged
"Investment in building and loan
ssociation is as nearly absolutely
ssie as it can be," to quote from an
exhaustive report on the associa
tions of this country published by
the Government, to be had for the
asking; for the monthly dues and
accumulated profits, which give the
active capital of the association, are
loaned as fast as they accumulate."
November Ladies' Home Journal.
Christianity au Affair of Ufa
Senator Hoar, in his address at
the opening- of the Unitarian confer
ence in Saratoga, called attention to
the remarkable unanimity of the
recognition of President McKinley's
character and habit as a representa
tive of the true Christian life. '-Men
of all Christian sects," he said, "are
taking this occasion to declare what
it it that makes the true Christian,
what sort ! example men ought to
imitate and what entitles them to
the favor of God. We hear noth
ing of Athanssian creeds, or the five
points of Calvinism, or Unitarian
statements of faith, or church cove
nants, or decrees of councils; but
Catholic and 1'rotettant. and Cat-
nist and Presbyterian, and Univer
salis and Unitarian, and Methodist
nd Episcopalian, speaking by their
most trusted representatives and
their highest authorities, drclare
that this man's life wa Christian.
and that this man's faith was Chri.
tiantty. That it a just state.Tient
what the nation has lately wit-
essed. There never has been
more universal acknowledgement
that a pure and upright lite is the
essential proof of acceptable Chris
an faith, independent of creed or
confession, than the comment on
President McKinley since his death.
We have observed no lament any
where that be did not belong to an
other sect than the one to which he
did belong, no intimation that he
was a heretic regarding whose fu
ture, if Christianity be true, there
can be a doubt. boston Herald.
Is Your Life Worth 25 Cents?
lonsumptives, we Know that you
have been dUnppoluted many tlno-s.
hut make one more enort to lie
cured, tiooch's Mexican Syrup tins
cured thousands and It will cure
you. Consumption Is the result of
the food material that should ko to
support the body and sustalu Un
tieinir alworbed and thrown ofl In
tuberculous matter. To overcome
this waste of vital force and restore
the nourishment to the nourishment
to the system In its natural ciuirxe.
Is to cure. This Is accoiiiiilUliel by
UtxH'h's Mexican Myrup. It controls
couirhs, nitfht Hweata, spitting of
blood, soreness In chest, Intltunefl
throat and lunjrn, dltrtcuity ot
lireathlnir, heavy coukIis accompani
ed with expectoration, aud parched
lips. We kuow you have u-en dis
appointed many times, but make
one more eft. wit to save yourelf.
You ran buy a ttottlo of Hooch's
Mexican Hymn for '. centa. It I'lm
a simple muku as u iiy matnc, ami is
the brat remedy for whooplucouKh-
Oen. Btiertnao.
Gen. Sherman was ane of the
most approachable men who ever
commanded a great army. During
his famous "march to the sta" both
north and south were completely
mystified as to what point he was
striking for, and one day an old
Georgia plantei, who had called at
his headquarteri and c'oyed his
good cheer, asked him plumply if
he had any objections to telling
where his army was bound.
' Not In the least," said Sherman.
Then, leaning over, he whispered
in his guest i ear, but ao loudly that
everybody else tn the tent over
beard it, 'W are going pretty
much where we damn please.' L
P. Howe in New" Lippincott
I will buy all kinds of
Grain & Hay
delivered at Hume, Hprnjfue or lllch
I1III. or any statloua where I ran
Iff t car load lots.
J. T. Rosbrook,
Lieadquartari Uutnt, Mo.
Wo have an elegant lino in tho now
and popular stylos of
-v CLOAKS. -fr-iii
tho 22 inch, 27 inch and 43 inch
lonrrths: also tho Automobile's in tho
stvlish colors Caster. Groy and
Now is tho time to purchase.
A lull lino of
Turbans and Street
our goods and you will buy.
The Store that sells good goods and never nmrepresents.
tllve Yourself to Prayer.
Learn to entwine with your prav.
ers the small cares, the trifling sor
rows, the little wants of a daily life.
Whatever affects you be it a
changed look, an altered tone, an
unkind word, a wrong, a wound, a
demand you cannot meet, a sorrow
vou cannot disclose turn it into
prayer and send it up to God. Dis
closures you may not make to man
you can make to the Lord. Men
may be too little for your great
matters; Gdd is not too great for
your small ones. Only give your
self to prayer, whatever be the oc
casion that calls (or it.
The beginning of the iron indus
try ot Ohio dates from 1003, in
which yeai its first furnace, Hope,
well, was commenced by Daniel
Eaton, and in 1S04 it was finished.
The furnace stood on the weft side
of Yellow creek, about one and one
quarter miles fnm its junction with
the Mahoning river, in the town
ship ot Poland, in Mahoning
llEAliEUS We have Just received a Car Ixwid of
SxX and 2tl0 1 1 feet long which are
platforms, etc. We also carry
Oils, UruMhfrt, liuIldluK Paper, ShlitK'". Kiu.li and
elite In the building line. Come
Williamson & Montgomery.
Phone 31. South Side Maple Street. BetHern 6th. and 7th.
IAII Our Advertisements Arc At!
w fnntmrt between us and you. The
a w m a w sv, a ii aw a. i.
n as we Know now xo
We want to ask
1 iTs
suit the girls and wear to suit the parents.
Run in evory time it is convenient, thero
are new things coming in every day
By all means come ind see the Cluaks and Clothing ve are
slaughtering the price on.
Style cost nothing; its absence is what
costs, like salt, which as the small boy said
"makes potatoes taste bad if you don't put
any on."
Stylish Dress and Waist Goods
Here have the desired snappy look and
don't cost any more than tho other fellows
off style.
pJ.il. F
P. S. Buy -jour Groceries here. No better place, no j
better time.
r, ti
6 loak
Don't wait.
Dress Hats, Draped
Hats. Come and see
When one f.trtner can raise thirty
bushels of wheat per acre and an
other only twelve, the latter had
better get some facts from the form
er. Yields S'C .nmetinu-s (.Diges
tives. One man may know things
another does not.
Tlie Foe of Labor.
Bishop John L. Spaulding, the
learned and inllurntial Catholic pre
late of I'coria, 111., says:
'The foe ol labor is not capital,
but vice and ignorance. In the
whole English speaking world at
least, its woist enemy is drink.
More than a combination of all em
ployers, the saloon has power to
impoverish and degrade working
men." A logical Guess
Farmer Grayncck "Wa'a!, the
Democratic party might do worse
than nominate David 15. Hill in
Farmer Ho'nbeck -'Yes; and I
guess it will. '"Puck.
suitable for culverts, brldp-s, wales.
the Fatuous Urmul f
1 .!- nml everything
Yours Truly,
and see u.
- - s i i . .
is as puimiy spoKen '
speaK it. m
your inspection of our
shoes. Our GOOD
LUCK brand for
boys are made to
stand hard knocks,
such as boys are sure
to givo them.
Iron Clad Hose For
Our special brand
of Kangaroo Calf
shoes for girls are
made up in style to
Family Outfitters.

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