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riro. r. BCt imi, mvxtm k. tuvKcnt . atlortad lallUSir. I fc Kirf pt I o w It t . Yaw t. I Tr Mwta .. hi. M . I Kirfl Copiaa tat oili; I Ikt wr ol Cfitilln l p. l Hit Hit, M ktohI !) . The Dreyfus esse in to be opened again in Frar;ce. Sotr.i of our state oHicials don't like to g3 before the gran! jury to tell what thry know about bood ling Lteu.Gov. Lee for instance. There are said to be j.ooo tons t-f silver coin in the United States. Now if we had about half of it we would be able to wear new spring bat. That Boiton clergyman wl.o says women with birds on 'there bon nets will never go to heaven, should explain the ultimate destination of ministers with notoriety bees in their bonnets. But few people will believe the testimony of Voutsey in the Goebel murder trial in Kentucky under the shadow of that $100,000 fund with the gallows staring him in the face. The temptation under the pressure was too great for a man like Youtsey. Some writers are expressing doubts as to whether a woman who has been through college is as like ly to marry as one who has not, and an exchange remarks that every right minded man should desire same learning in the family, even if he has to marry it. The Republican State Centra! Committee met in St. Louis last Saturday and after attending to some routine business, passed a resolution favoring the nomination cf Theodore Roosevelt for presi dent. This action will be endors ed by the masses of the Republi can party throughout the state. The danger of seafaring is shown iu the dispatch from Hamburg, which says 34 steamers, 64 sailing vessels and 1200 men were lost in ' the February storms. Almost eve ry great liner running to American ports was overdue during the month of February, said to be the storm iest anj most disastrous month to shipping in a quarter of a century. The bartenders of Chicago have organized a total abstainence so ciety. From figures presented tU the first meeting it was shown that fully one-third of the bartend ers and saloon owners of the city are abstainers. In many of the large saloons the proprietors wiK not employ a man who drinks. There are so many things one might say about this that one is discouraged from saying anything. Brooklyn Eagle. Roosevelt clubs are being or ganised ia different parts of the state but Rich Hill has a club that was for Roosevelt in 1900, is for him now and will be for him in K04. Its teal amusing to see fel lows hopping into tha band wagon in different parts of the state. We like to see it. liut The Tribune and its Iriends don't have to clamber up the sides of the vehi cle now. We've been there all the time, right 00 the front seat along with the drivwr viewing the land scape o'er. New work has been laid out for tie United States Geological Sur vey in the forts ot a search for un derground waters, especially in thoke desert rrgions of the West which need only irrigation to be come garden spots. The "Divis ion of Hydrology" will have charge of this work, which will in clude the gathering and filing of will records of all kind, the study of artesian and other problems re lating to underground waters, and the investigation cf the stratigraphy of the water, bearing and associated rocks. In addition to the gathering of statistics relating to the How. co-d etc., of the wells, it is hoped in the future to give especial atten tion to the geologic features which pov ei 11 or which ate related in any way to the supply of water. MANAGER WANTED. We ilivlre to employ a trulw ortliy lady or iLvutk'tuan to rnuuai;o our i:ixliuMi Id till County and adjolu lurf territory. Our Iioum- la well ainj faroraM.v knon a. -( htmiKhl CU Miliary auid Mil Fspe-tta paid f'-atli k by check direct Ironi liead- ; ji.Ji r. r;H'i!'iloiiey ij iiie't 'l, l .,ilu cipvrleiiiv iirtitty i Miirj ; j 1 V' I ri a ilea I. Add'n 1 ev v J, f iw 1 ft t Miiiiai r, a iMCJim.oi.s iuxi.sion. A recent decision of the Texas Court of Appeals against munici pal government by a commission appointed by the governor, is a de ci'.IeJ victory for the home rule principle. 1 he court's decision overthrows the Galveston munici pal commission and, of course, nullifies commission rule in every other Texas city where commis sioners exist. The court holds that state guar dianrhip is not justifiable, even though corrupt government docs often result from popular elections. This decision will be regarded by thoughtful mm everywhere as a most excellent law, because of its plain common sense. Why we should allow the people as a nation say what they shall have, and the people of a 6tate, without let or hindrance, declare for this or that, and yet deny the same to the peo ple of a city or smaller municipal ity, is past the comprehension of the thoughtful citizen. Let us Lope that the Texas court has started a popular current that shall turn back to the people local self government. Thtj People Will ray for It. The Ashland (Wis.) l'ress in speaking of the recent coal famine, says it is over, thanks to the eternal change ot the seasons, which has brought spring again. anJ thanks to the president and others, who suc ceeded in getting the men at work again in the mines. Coal, however, will not be as plentiful as sands upon the seashore, for an j abundance in the market means i I Already the onera- , , . . . . tors are planing upon limiting the output. The Delaware, Lacka wanna & Western railroad has an nounced that hereafter its mines will work only five hours t day, and a number of mines have closed down. The operators - announce that there is such a glut in the mar ket just think of it that the out put will have to be curtailed, in or der to prevent the people from get ting too much coal at reasonable prices. It's a frigid ay when the operators fail to get the long end of j t V. f.H ihri u.-;!T h iW. age again, excuses for laising prices will be pro! inc. Meanwhile, the operators are shortening the hours of labor and shutting down the nines, so as to get ready for high prices next fall. The operators j never lose in the lone run. The prolonged strike last summer cost; then a large sum, but sooner or later they will take it all out of the pockets of the consumers. V. h. l)ElAItTI EST OF AGltl C TLX IKE Climate and Crop Uulletln of Hie Weather Bureau, 311a aouri Section, for the Week Ending April O, 1U03. Columbia, Mo., April 21, 1903. Over the greater portion of the state the past week has been un reasonably cool with less than the average amount ot sunshine, l rost occured in many localities on .(he 17th, but no damage is reported. In portions of the southern sections the rainfall lor seven days ending with Saturday ranged fioui 1 to ov er 3 inches, but tKewluie it was genetally light. Showery weather prevailed during Saturday night "Ho Won't Dio Of consumption in a rrmaik often made of a Hrhy tumi. The trinwrk rprrM-( the popular rrciniiian of the fct that the 'Ka of couimip'.iua is emucuUuu, lot of flesh. On , the other hand, a A gain in fiesti is a T BII..I 1 ' A iii(( li9-ascs are lie-V" jrV - l-.lllrul-l peo ple ith ototiuate CoukIis, tjlccr!int lungs ll(vht-ral and weak urns, huve been perfectly cured by the use of 1 r. I'lrroe's Golden Medical Dim-oveiy. The several steps of the cure were re corded in ounces and pound of iu rreosiii); weight. When there i ma in ticsh the wnktuig tliM'uae is Ij e i o g surely cured. Mr Wilt 11 W'lulniine, f ArLlou. aM kiin- V t (e) h-tM iu, 'm . ni Our ci!tr4 a drrp -,il.i al-ul llir Itial ul July. e--A.. itU It4i It-il tulr .uit)i h WccallrU ,1k ( it tut ttr (4v ih),uv.I 11 tiulnlutq ol ItiC lilu. lu.il lut-. wilh MtiMialu- lrtHjlil muj lir tiili.riittU mr llml uif tm w IimIjIf to tlir Ml anv tiilir tlr iidA Hie ltt.it II mr utjl'l krl thr l.iuu. htttl luljcw olu. fee migkl i utv Itlfil ImiI Mllrr ltrtuiK lien Mrt-ii rk. 1111.I lny an 11 HiuwiiiK u!.r uli llir lliyr. I tutulu.lr.1 Iu liv lit I'l nr OulUa Slntival ltuvviy ul 'I'l-Willl I't-llrlj.' I hi 11 M-V.TI.1 Sl,M.. NltllMtlLNI rtiir WlMlgUI iMOil iv the u-r l lb - uit i..inr, juiil .4 (tmfr I hutt wuiiii.HMl Uiltl tn lllrm llr U1K-.1 llltr kMiillra ul ' (.t.lilru Mn:n! IftMuirrv Ht tioin Ami tmc vul tit llir T ilrt.,' ami Oiru -tl rn.Hili la l. Urit iikiiu. Imiiiii a an.j'y iith liuu. I am li.M lu ltii-i4 11I a Titlrr Iwiu tiiiu liom Willi ll I qiMilc . ' J m MW mj kutiiir -t getting w rf.A i ' - '1 he Cuiumuu ,Sciib Ms-i'.ical Adviacr, ivS Ure p";ra la aritt fut on teec!4 of ktauips U uiy rK-u, of iu'lliit ou.'f. SenJ jl our nut kUmp tor t lie iloth Umul uluiiie or only ill oUuipa for I lie lw IU jHO-rl loicia. AJvhsc til, J- V, fitic, li',uo, , Y. find Sunday. Juiwrver, Pnd quite heavy mm tell in some sections. Severe local I. mi Momis occutcd in a number il the southern counties "iilhn nth, mi.) in poition of Ripley, Oregon, Untie! and Doug ! counties much damage was done to fruit tree, wheat, outs and garden. The cold, cloudy weather has been tinlnvoiable tor fanning oper ations, retarding the dtyiug ot the soil, which lemains cold and ' cold and heavy, and except in some of the northwestern countien, and in a few favored localities in other sections, little pi ogress has been mitlc with spring work, l'lowing for com has been pushed - wherever the weather and soil conditions will permit, but in many ot the central and northern counties hsrdly a fur row has yet been turned. In a few of the southern counties consider able corn has been planted, but as a rule little progress has been made with that woik. In a few of the extreme southern counties same corn is up, but looks yellow aa a result of the cool weather. Cotton planting is well under way on the uplands in the extreme south eastern counties. Oat sowing has progired slowly in the central and northern sections, and in many counties is nearly completed, but in some only a small acreage has yet been sown. Iif some of the north ern counties the acreage will prob ably be considerably reduced owing to the lateness of the season. The seed is germ inating well and oats that are up are making tair progress Wheat continues in excellent con- dition, as a rule, and grasses have niade considerable growth notwith- I ' 1'. t i. a "anuiiiK w temperature, oiock is now being put on pasture . ns ......; an(1 in ail potato planting have progressed slowly, and the growth of vegetables, where up, has been checked by the cool weather. Melons are coming up well in Dunklin county. Very little llix has been sown during the week. Cherries, plums and pears arc in bloom in the northern, and apples are in full bloom in the cen tral counties, and it is feared that the cold winds and rains will pre vent proper fertilization. In some localities in the central and north ern sections seedling peaches are showing many more blooms than was expected. strawberries con- jtmue very promising. An Ineffective Law. The Fifty-seventh Congress pass- " Uw "imJ 81 lhe oleomargarine industry, imposing a tax of ten cents oer'pound on 1 j wins -x- vj 1 1 vi 1 1 1 uii.uuiiii rai HIV artiffcially colored to resemble but ter. Tlic tlicory ol the gentlemen who proposed the law was that white, uncolored oleomargarine would be offensive to the eyes of customers, the demand fall off, and oleomargaiine factories go out of business. But the manufacturers set them selves to work to make oleomarga rine that complies with the law, and in this they have been success ful. I)y adding an increased amount of cottonseed oil, and mix ing ia a proportion of genuine col ored butter, they have given a true butter color to oleomargaainc, and it seems as attractive to customers as ever. During the eight months ended with Feluuary, 50,000,000 pounds of oleomargarine wete sold, accord ing t'j the internal revenue figure. i hich vas only a btile less than the ftadr lor the same period of the previous year, before the law was eii;ictrd. 'lhe liitlmfj falling off was due to the readjustments made iiecri.n in the manufacture in or der to comply w ith the law, and we lisay reasonably expect the sales to increaoe atrmhly to niert the de tiiand torches I utter. I'nder the o'd law, manufacturers paid a lax of two cent a pound wholesalers a licciHe ol S jSo a year. and ret,ti!ers $ ir. I ruler the new law itianubncturrrt pay oulv ' ol cent per pound, when not nrtilicial ty Colored ; wholesaler fioo, and tet.iileia $f. 'lhe farmers have not t'eeu 1 eiu titeu. as was (tie in tent of the Ij-v, and the government has lost coimiJti able revenue. Tl.ledo Wade. Notice of l'inal Stttleiueut. Xotlee U her, hv irtvcii to all rn-d- itor find ol lieia liiti-rcKtci lilt lie e tute of W. H. II. I51.u k eeeud. that I, I'mliery LIli ii :i.nk. rvccii trix of Mild estate, intend to make llii.il N't t lenient t lii ri-o?, nt 1hi next term of tin lijitea) County Probate l oiirt. In lliitix ciiiiutv, Mate of MiMHoiirl. t'i Im In Id at llutliT. Ml nouil, 011 the litis d.iy of May. l:m't. lUttllUlIY I.J I.KN III.AI S,. K see tit lix. Not ten of Final Set t lenient. Notice I In it hv ulcii to all credit or and ot lid k iiilenciel In thee late of Saiinn I 1 1 annul aid, ileteitM'd, that I. Win. I', Tycaid, adiidlilotra tnr with t he will annexed, of atd r tale. Intend to make final x H le nient tin lit lhe next term of t he ttate Ciiiintv I'rohate Court, ill It.l te ci illlll . t.ite ol Mii-nolirl. Ill l" hi Id at H'ltha. .Mim.uuii, on tlic lltll dii id Mac. loii. m. F Tviixmi. .VJuiU-Uij-atur. Order of rtiMloivtlon, S-r atk or Mi-nut 1,-r. 1 t'ntwi v IU ri., 1 ' In t'livult Court of liatn. Ctllllll.V, MI-HDMI'i, ill 1.1- calloi, April lth, I'M'.!. Cliirn Lowry, I'laliitKf, va. Jnnie Mjh V.i mill the iiiikuuw n helm of John tl. eddie. de cennod, Iteiciidriuln, Now at thl day come I'lnlnttrf by her attorney a, Temple ton & Male, ami tile Iter petition, w ''Ich anion other thlnn, nlliw that the defendant, Jnrnca M fickle, I a nnirrldent of the Statu of Mis souri and that the ot herdcfin.lniiN, 1 the- unknown heir of John i. Wed dli Oivcnwd, nrp unknown to her, the plaintiff, and that the ordinary proceNH of law cannot 1h nerved up on the mlil defend 11 nt a or iny of them; It In therefore ordered !.v the Clerk ttuif. tuil illi-n 1 1. ,u I, mti.1.. ,- tlfylnsthe m,U defendant that an. notion haa Ikvh cointnenecd njrniiint j them, by petition. In th Clreuit 1 Court ol Bate County, MIk.-oiiH. the- olilect and irvnerul nature of w liieli 1 action i to obtain a ilnw from the j oald court, under the provision of ! Section Nilinlier RVl of the KevNel ' Statnte f Ivmi, of Mi-Moiirl. eonrtrin-1 in iu plaintiff thetitle to the follow-1 Ins naiiHMi and dewritxl land, ly Init iH'inu and Kltiinte In the eounty of i Hate Bin!Stnt.' of Mioui l. ti-wii:' Tlieeant five acre of the northwest ! quarter of the aouthwtwt ipiarterof j Seetlmi Six of Towiiwhlp thirthi'iclit I and ltnnire tliirty, and that the! rveont title to a! t Innifotie jx-rfe-. ted in plaintiff and that all rtulit. title and Interest of tltedefendaiitn. tf any . and all claim thereto t fotwi-r liarnii. l'lnlntiff nllecluKr, anion;; other thlup, that John U. W eddle l. now deceawvl. that plalatiti lx lievin that tliere are pernou lnten'tel in the ald land a heir or devl- of Hiild devaei Jolin . iWddle, or a claiming, by, tlinmiih, jr under lilui or them; that plaintiff cannot dei nate the lutenvt that aid unknown lieir have or elaim In iaid laud, if j any, nor can xhe Kive the name of aald lieira a the ha no knowledge or Information thereof, ald petition lieinfr duly verified !y atlidavlt: That unlet. the nid deleiniant 1' and appear at thl court at the next term thereof, to In? tn uu and liolden at the Court Houhc, in t lie city of Butler. In the ald county, on the Ulli day of June next, or on or lefore the la t day of the Kaid term and plead to the jietltlon In aid can, tiie name will In- taken a eonfewii. and Judgment bu rendered aeeord JiiKly. And lie It further ordered that a copy. hereof lie published, aeeordini; to law, in Tub Uii'H IIii.i. TKiiu .vt:.a weekly newpnier printed and pub lished In lJatn ciunty. Mo., for fiur we"k sueeeHHlvely, the last innertlon to I? nt ieat thirty dav l'forv the next term of the circuit court. J. A. l'ATTKHON. tlreult Clerk. K true copy of the record. It nen my hand and the mal of the Circuit Court of Hate county, thl lUh of April, ltaet J. A. I'ATTKKKIIN. Cinuitt lerk. I r.AL J By, C M. Bakklkv, I. C. ORDER OrPtBUCAllON. STAT K ) F M I SSOl It I , oirxTV or ii.stkh. 1 In the Circuit Court of l'.atex Count v. MIrwoiii-1, In aca tion Anrll I'd. Katk F.miikkk, riniuttrf TH. V I I.I.I A SI H, Kmiirkk. Itefetidaut. Now at thin day comeH the plain tiff herein ly her attorney. Tcunh ton&liakti, and tile her iietitiou and affidavit, alletlmr anions other thlna. that Defendant NVIUtai:! 11. Knilaw I not a resident of the state of MIxMouri: Whereupon It ia ordered by the clerk that mild defendant ! untitled l).v iiulilleatlon that iilalutlff ha roinnieneed is hiiIi uuint liim iu thin court, the object and trciicml nature of svhhdi U to pnH'itn- a ill vorer front the defendant, and have the bond of matrimony dUolved. on the ground of denertlon for the (pace til iiion than one year In-fore the loiniiieiii-ciiieiit 01 IIiIm urtixii, and that llliliiu) the ald deteiiduul Im and aptcar at tldn court, at the nest term thereof, to Ik? lietriiii and liolden at the quart liou'. In the cltv ol It 11 tier. In Hiild rouiity. on thetuh day of June next, on or In-fore t ke laNt day ot mi Id term. anner or plertd to the lietillnll ill o.'ild cailM)-. the mi 11 111 w ill In? taken a coticei, and iudcmctit will U rendered in - cordinji'ly. Ami Im It further ordered Hint a copy hereof lie iiutilllii'il. iti-eiriliii to litw, in TiiK KH 11 Hil l. '1 liiuiM . a xve'klv iicw'Kpapcr printed and ltibli,hel lit I'.ati x eoiinty. Mo . for four wii ks mii'ii'Hulvely, the l;tt in "rt Ion to U? at IciiM thirty day iN-fnre the Dint dar of the next term of the Circuit Court. J. A. rTTKHHON, A true copy of Circuit ( lerk. the record. YYItncMM my hand and t lie wal of the Circuit I tlL f Court of llalen nimitv. thi 1 day of April. l;a J. A. I'atih:". I!y C. M. 11SMS.I.KV ( 'ireiilt Clerk. I). C. Hpeclal Notice. To TIIK KilXKKIIOI.PMt Of 'I 111: COW I K-Ml Kllllll' N MhltlV M'll.K Co.: Notice I lien liy elvetl that there wilt ! n liiei-tlnt; of tlic khan holder of the Cow e-Wi killa-n Mercantile Co , at t lie otlke of ald eoiupany hi Itlch Hill, Mo, oil Saturday, Jutie .11th, I'Ki-t. from 0 oVIiH k a. in. to I o 'chnk p. in., to Vote on the follnvv inti proposition: To n-duce the rapltal Kti k from Thirty-live TlnaiHand ullnr to Tweii!y-.-vcil 't hoimaiiil Hve IIuii-iln-d llollHr: 11 Uo to act 011 any other IiumIim- t hut miiv Imi ieunily hrouul't l-for lhe ini-el hii;. Ity ord r of It.iiird of 1 11 reel or. J. M. li kiuiu v I'ri'-t. It. J . Mi lv iiiiti' s. st y . UK b Hill, Mo. April J I. 1.m. Special on way toloi.i itr to California, on Sale vu tl;r M. (.). )'. Iy., Fell. 15 to June 15,1 ite f .'yoo to San Jfiaucino, I,o Aueths und iuternicdialc points. IC. A. It At I.-kV.Aft, Op;:crli!niUcs In South. No ( c t i t is of the I'uitcd Mali has lumle c renter pro ia the l'ii( year or to than the S 1 1 11 1 ti. Nol'thertl and forclKii capital U rapidly Invidlinr t lint wi'tloii, tlndiiiK prolttable inveat inent III thik t ai lnil i liidn-.ti'l('s.ind factor lrttha jin l'.ii:!i b 1 1. m-.1 and liuiit. The Kteat Influx of wt tier Is ciatliia an In l lea-ed ileuiand for landu of nil kinds an. I ptli cs un it rail ually ndviiiii liirf. us they will for year to come. oi k U plentiful ami poverty practi cally unktiou n. Al ibiinia ia Kiipply Inv; eon I and Iron to all tin1 world. More laotiey call be mad and with lejs labor in the ral.iiii of Hinali fruita urn! beriii-H and In truck patching' on the tiiilf Const than ia jiny iitliertateln the I'nli hi. .n; rau U-rrie from Alabama reach northerii mar kets befotv tiiow from tha Ntates in the toiti beast. Cat tle can l" rai-ail witli preat profit. 1 acre beiii; nililiotm of acres td cheap r.-itnre lands. If yon are lutercNted In the Kotith and Its ri-fcource and di'!re i. fiirination on any uhj"vt, ai ns G. A. PARK. I anerni Intlulrl1 and Imtnl Lcuisvilla & HashviiU R- R. UOUISViLLE, KY. St. Louis C north Arkansas Railway Connect- nt SeMjruiRu with tha tt Iouisand Sun Fraueiseo. New tlm curd in effect .Sniuluy .June. '..ri MtiKMSO TRAINS. No.l Lv Ftireka tpjjs. 5:50a. ni. A . Hebifnian f:40a. ru. No. 2 I-v . Heliman 7:10 a.m. Ar. Kureka pinjrs 8:07 a. in. EVK.K1SO TRAIV!J. No. 6 Lv. Kureka Ppinjje p. iu. Ar. Kellirniau. 6:4) p.m. o. u l.v. r-etKuaii clap. a. Ar. Eureka Sprinz 8:f2 p. iu. No. " Lv. K.ureba Spring 8:30 p. n. Ar. re:it!iuuu v:.v p. lis. No. S Lv, Seliic'uati QJtQ p. n Ar. l.uiek SpriiiaT ia:7 p. IB. Coiiuectloa tioiu r.ich Hill. Mo. luaJe itUh tlia Krlaen vl th Pacific at ('Mrthaye. or via the Memphis at Nlchuia J.iiii'llon. A l.tiet-oin new Pamphlet tluld to Kureka Sptnia.'s aa a Health tteaort h hern Iti:;, !, wllli new bestullful IUutratin. A eopy soul frea to any addict. Addrers all Inquiries aud rdirn tu tifi. Veit, Maliaxer Kureka Spring, Ark. tSKO.WMT Manage. A STal-n Rji:wr Liut. TrerlCaT Sba feVa!- a'i.1 "i- ir ol MISSOURI Ann a ms as KAMSAS VKIAHOMA IHQIAm TCRRITORr rex am Ana ink SVUTHWttr TCMfrssrr Mississippi ALA n AM A A MO tHt SOUTHCAST K. I ir J mv la ':5r,-t all tbe jtr t EUREKA SPRINGS T- Vi . fc.i .ii-m ,i-i'4 -i;mill. l-vi! r . , . . .1 . i.e... A i '. !.,' ilai- Sa.i ii.,i. 1 n.- i...i.M w.i.i . t ilAftj. 'I .U-. i l ti a.i-h ai silt 11 mi. 1.. Mixut in, l I' I l I M. Kaiii. i City Mail met L- pren 11:1, ts. m. 'I'ca. Oklahoma A Mi in- pi'ii', .Mail and Lvprcc '"I p. tu. Cat linn Center i l', p. in. A I; in i i. Ivnimn City .Mall mid Lx- pie , !:l.''i p. 111. Tcxax, I k ia In iiiia and Mclu- I hi-. M.u! an I i:pr--f ll ."ill n. m. C111I111I1 i nn r .Vid 11. hi. For detail 'd ii.f.u laathm In n-Kard to train M-rilcc. lateti, etc., apply to V.. 'I'. La lial'l life, local axent, or Jim. I mi .ti in- A. ti. 1 A.. Kami's City, Mo. THE CCLBEN SQUARE Have y.m aid ol the wonderful KH mi I od held of Knimw? Of tin, coal til l. N of the liniiaii Territory? Of L ad and i nk In Mixouri? No! Th"ii I. t in nd mi inir Kook, "The tiold.-n hiiiiiie It M ill open your ee to .o.k. llii 1.1, h arc dally t. Iiilf turned into iloii.ir. Addn-H "KAIV," Ml Wuliiw rl.ht, l.'iui-i. Ht WITH tOOTHIHQ, BALMY OltS. ' n.w.a.ivi. rum, ri.tuia. cirr. 4 'In Itlai I li.itra lo I u li f oriiiis. I-I iu n IMh ti. April :"t lj The 1 lla, 1 1 I an,, u it) ,,.jv ,Ul. il ay mi to I I,!,,, hl.i 1,. ,1 1, 1 M at s ' ihi I IE IS'S IY FYS THE LAROGOT AND PLAY NOW COMING lirRE SURE" will i; v RICH TUESDAY. 1THE1 LiLiLA-FOREPAUGH-nsii lNCOUrORATir.1) iiSX 1 1 aa 1 aaafaiaataMaWlaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaail" i I , i I WILD WEST SHOWS AND Congress of Rougii Hitlers of the World NOW IN TIIK 7.KNITH OF IT.S Overwhelming and TISIf M I'll ANT MC CKSS. l'rrentlnsr a I'rcirram f Mnrvetou Merit, a ml In r. 1 10 -lair the WORLD'S MOUNTED WARRIORS Nncli aa Indian, Noldlera of the Atnertenu, Kncllidi. tiermnn. KuxHiari, and Cuban Annie, ful- PFADY f fID U'lD exhibition that teachc. ly rspjlpi,eil and ivtsnM imv do not imitate. These are the Men who Do and Dare and these are the events in the action: A CRAKD REVIEW CF AIL KATIOMS W K1100 of IVtI Americaii Indians participate. AKTILLKKY UKILL BY KTKK V.VS. A R0LD W cn the Plains nitb incidental events j I'ony Exprena Itidinjj, tJrouim of Mexican Ilorxetncn and I-asso Expert. clclirated t rack Shota and Noted Athletic Lih-JSavlnK Irill. lir Veteran of the f. .S. Llfe-Nn vinj; Servlcr. Indian llov tn favorite l'axtliiw. COWBOY FUN WITH TIIK BUCKING IJUONCOS WILD BEAST OF THE FOREST s.enulnc (iAek from tlx Cnucntin of Kuivtii. I . S. Cavalry liritl and JJilttary Kxcreiea, Tiie Famous lS'ailwnml Ntace Coach, Attack. llcpnla and Victors'. Moment with the lloia Tlirowi-r. Kouli Kider and Na tive Hauehoa. Lat of their Itaci'. THL ONLY LIVlNi! liLUUtif GENUINE EULL-BLOODED BUfEALOES A lluftalo Hunt a It wna Iti the Far Went. Feat of MarkKinaiihhlp. siranil Mllitarr MntK'Uven, Kplaode of Cmup Life, with all it humor and i tin! whip. The l'.lvouac at nicht. AnAeinlily of the AIH11I Annie lm-1-dentHl lrill and Artiou. ICealUtle Scene "tin tiie Klnu Line." all the rxdtlwr alenient of actual Warfare nnd Uattle, In w hich "Old tilory" alwnv Wavf Triumphant. "TUB ISATTI.ti OF "LITTLK JJKS HOKX." tiKN'L Cf.sTKKts USl' Fi'illT. HUtorhal Lvtiit of Ule on the Westeru rialti. SKS IT WMILK YOU MAY I KNJOY IT WHILE YOU CANI GRAND RtILW Of THE ROUGH RIDLRS e date 'exhouulai M' Two Fihlhltlona Unilv, Ualn or Khliu. Afteruoon at 1, Nlht nt lioor t-n)ne Hour Farlier. CAA A lilt On Show liround. Twice I'allv, nt 1 ami r. :tu p.m. 1 ree lO Alii Tilt MOST daring UAP IUR A1IL PUD Hy a Female. AMKHICA'H ONLY L,.IY SILI KOlt who will nmke is .S4-uatlonai Dive from luu FLLT JN MilVAlil. Worth Mile of Travel Alone to IS. HARDWARE & IMPLEMENTS. The immense trade ttiat we lute l cn liavin this tprin, proves that our goods and j ncra arc popular. We call special attrniion to the IWm I" Ic Prop and the ltradiev Corn lMantrr, lic, Kidintf and Waiaing Ciiltivatori, High Lit Sulkrv Fin, etc, svhicli )ou should ace Uctore making juur putchanca. We have a full line ol Rrfrierraiof . Ie Chests. (tasoline and Oil Stoves at lowest prices, bee ui. We will please you. GE1MCH BROS. RICH HILL. MISSOURI. r 2ZZ. I Kansas City Soulliern Railway 44 Straight aa KANSAS CITY t-AiUSINO THBOUOa A O&EATtH t)IVKIl-SITY OF C1JSIATE bOlL, AHO KtJiOUHCM THAN ANT OTil'.li IIAILWAT IM TUB W OULD, J'OIt ITS LENGTH. A km tlaltn ar I Imi Sneal Hnria, tnliml f r from'.nf m., J rraln eM flat .shhi: .wo ta.a,,,uiaii.l . a. hen iarl,,.ri tier (i una t'rnl ta rn. ! ..r ,..iMif -ul rrilal-...., Hilo, .n.a.i (1,, I neral ru a. Iar. .r uai i.i.- ami ri.ri.lilai.. , t,riT,.r. l.anll,lolu,i. r; f ir.l.lM l,.,r..a. luuws, ciu. Imii, ia.iir aui Ai.,'Mi4.ia, l irK ruigai liuia I Kl.U UOVCRNMCNT I10M!.ST1LD3 l.ly-ard..lii-..r Bvir . r f J-I"l-S ! S. 11 .! KANSAS C.TY SOUTH URN RAILWAY sntj anov r 1 ish ia 'INCXPtlNSIVn AND tOMI OKTAMJ! ttOMr.S. i. M. MOnasj . AlT.. r. K. HOiaLSH. Tis. ,. a DEST WILD WEST DIS IN AMUHIUtt. W AIL IIS LNIIREIY 11 1 iu r r HILL MAY 5TH. III which CowlMiy. CoMfcacV: and MesicaiiK, tiaiaho and Maramcii. Itcai Arabian llorwnien. j.g3sCT'..a;iill'"llTS CO. "WWW the Crow I Uca" TO THU GULP a r,v. (ImdiwiuI rrti. hi na . hvr srv.1 ftos sn-i 11 lrJ ! ,. . r . It luoiiiia, . ll. W.. O. P. who T. A. , r J tm m T., KnS Ccrv. MO. For fall .h la.U c.v I I- l-al't,j it nt, I.wul Ast.