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iticn IIIL&, BH8KOUUI. THURSDAY, OVi:.MULU 1, 1IKM
I.iiilli'H, com la nd examine
our attKk of new Full and
Winter .Jillliiery. Our good
are now, frvtdi. and up-to-il.it
In every particular.
tilvo u a trial. We fire mire
we con plene you.
Mrs. f. W. Benedict.
Girl. white rtli'td h'H. a.' 1
L.)ir M ! e 15.
' pUi rlit. l.ie $t
(kr" Wi tiMii
10, ij. to, Jjt
Notions of all kinds at
we charge no fee
tlNtlL IKE cui is auowto
m4 mk it.teli iti ocrttiM at tmwitiv.
lf rRCC OPINION II II UnUlMlil.
tilaklnttW 1864. ,
Sn.cH.a at ChM, Owdana, atiit
MHO B. STEVENS & CO.
4TN 6THCCT, WASHINGTON. O. C
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Same with me. as I mean busmen and will find you a
butr titter way. Commissions Reasonable. If
' )Ou contemplate making a loan, call and get my figmet
before placing the loan.
ii Jim 1 1, niaiiiiiwrss pjsMaia
tou will alwftra bare ffwd btalth. What Is more to a man
Ihau t!Kd iiwvllh? All the imutey In tli world can't mnk
iaiitiiosa w hera tuith Is unknown. lUllnrd'a irnow Liniment
ti TrjCCf heumallsm, CiU, tlurns, Sprains, Neuroltla,
ll J IV Rora, Miff Joints, Contracts Muwlo, Lm
One Vlio Knows.
J, O. Roott, Hnlt Ijik Cltv, Utah, wrlten: Icannot,
tiH highly prain your lullard gimw Liniment (r
llie r He( of a-ut rlieumailHiii, caund by audden ehsniro
and expoaure to tha weather. 1 aUo r'Ooujin'nd uif
JUilanl' Horehound Hyrnp for cou'ha and Cwlda.
l'h'i used together dufy all pain.
GLiT Ttm OlINCINn. . Three Slea 25c, 50c, $1.00
11 Ballard Snow
J 800-501 North
Sold and Recommended by
OPCilA DRUG GTORG.
J A house and lot for sale.
Close in. At a bargain. Cn.ll on
Geo. 1 Huckeby.
Wanted: Gentleman or lady
with Rood reference, to travel by
rail or with a rig, for it firm of
$250,000.00 capital. Salary $1,
072.00 per year and expenses; tula,
ry paid weekly and expenses ad
vanced. Address, with stamp,
Jos A. Alkxanoer, Rich Hill, Mo
Missouri FaclOc Time Card.
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It. A. IUu.eY. Act.
DR. G N. SHARP,
And Mannfactnrer of
Family Kerned lea. : :
Have yon a couth or are sufl.'iing
from a cold? If so try Dr. Shmp
COPOH AND LUNd ItKMKDY.
j If you are troubled with Indigestion
or atomach trouble nw
For ail pubis and nche apply
UK LI KF
Them tested remedies have curvd
t her, they will enreyou. Try Iheni.
t t r- lstttlo
lis. Off I ..
Liniment Co. T
Scon4 Street, V
(i'roiu Hates u. llecord.)
V. F. Heard, f or tilierln.
r. neara, nepubiican candi-j ,.Seuvkk--DLektkx. Appel
date fr Sheriff, was born in Halt was arrested for desertion
Bates county, April 11, 109, and', tliree day after his enlistment
has redded here since. He at
tended the country schools and
graduated from the Appleton !IK'r,nrmed no service.
City Academy in 1 fll . October I IIeu: Tliat he did not serve w
'21, 1'.L he was married to Miss idays ia the Uitary or navel ser
Parthena Baker, and to this un-! vlce ot the Unitd States within
ion seven children have been , the meanin8 of t5,e swond sec-
born. He has followed farmincr. I
stock raisine, and since 1!" auc-
tioneerinp, bein one of the best
in this section of the state. He
has been a candidate for different
townshin offices in Deen water
but while never elected on ac-
count of the biff Democratic ma -
jority, has always ran ahead of
I'rof L. t. Alltsou.
ruu , l,.k. is 1 ka . terprete1 by the supreme Court jinR this course they are not an-
Prof. L. B All ison, Itepublican under regulations of the War j tagonizinjj anj'one, but they re
candidate for Public Adminis-! Department approved by the allze the coming session at con
t rater, is too well and favorably 1rcsident' to PP,int an officer 'press will be a business more
known by the people of Bates '!? fi 11 Rn o8i? Crfted by act ofithaiia rtizan and th
wuntytoneodawordofenwrn-i'VV'P1"601! lhat ,mr representative
urn. He came to Bates county,1 nPt .ttherwise Pded for. .hall be a man who wants to do
in 1H37 and began teaching in ter surn 18 not a things rather than tear down.
In he was County i CI"J . eloyee, but an office r ; Cass Co. News.
School Supt. and organized over ' w,th,n the meanin oi Paragragh .
r . 11 i- . . 1, 11. section Aim, Revised Statutes Karal Letter Carrier May Get
forty sch(Kl districts. He was ' , , '
. , "f the United States, and is pen- ; Pay liaised.
one ox uie loremosi. eaucawrs in.
ithe Butler Academy and has
spent years in the public schools
of our city. He has spent more
than thirty years in the school
roouis of this county and is well
and favorably known by all our
lr. W. IC Vlla.n,
1 Dr. W. II. Wilson, Iiepublican 1 being the forum m which the is-
' candidate for Coroner was Wn!!iuemust') decided. j
T t r . ! I'HACTlCE APPEAL. A decis-
, in Lexington, Lafayette county, 1 . . ,. , ., . .
' . j ion that medical evidence hied in
j this state, in l4.i. Attended the , BCx,rjance with the requirments
country sdi.K.K al. the State !lfthe 1Jurvau under Order No.
I t. nivvr.Siiy ui v.tiuuiuia. lie en-
listed in the union army in 1W5V. examination of the claimant is entitled to a greater com per. sa
iand was mustered out July Bi, , "nnal action", frpm which an ap- tion and that it might be ia the
; 1 and Katl in W ellavillc, , peal wiU ,ie. , orra of Rn Bjlonce for borsfi
j this State. In l-.l he graduated DePESDEST WinOWS. Dp. hi..-R!n- TiPmnrrat.
in medicine at St. Louis and in j pendency is a prerequisite of ti-
1-3 moved to Foster where he;tIeto R widow'H pension under
hus n-sided and practiced medi-
j cine since. He has also dealt in :
jciwl and farming lands and is to-
;ua, ,...e i u..- u-uumg men u
our neighboring town
J. W. lltibbltt.
roii ox nty riiKAsn;i:u.
J. W. Bobbitt, Republican roi-
ditlate for County Treasurer
was horn in Pulaski county, K,
I in 1W. He lived on the farm
and attended the public schools
of his neighlorhHnl until ix'.
when he entered Giluioiv college
where he spent two years. Itl
170, with his parents, he moved
to Knobnoster, Johnvm county,
this state. In 174. with his
fih.r li- int., il. -
.-, r. , , ,
tile busmess at Dunksburg,
Pettis county. In 1"7 ho wns ;
in.U'lied to Miss lluttie Winston 1
(undtlieyear following moved to I
I 'iv ll.,m, ...unitv u,,.t...l
i gaged in the harness and sad -
n I iH'' i.i ti'iiw noii.,0,1.1 .v.,.l
a !.; nriH'iiitvti it'f
master of Snrairue and b.i ,.i-v.
ed the patrons of the office and
the P. O. department so utisfac -
1 t.itile tl.it lliiim In. !.... ....
I , . . , I I'lte t tvnm t-rtuttuuv. ami you
j Change from that date-some 21 j w UU(M1, hv vour
years. He is running tme of the 'and Inuuh as It hould.
j best country grocery stvres In; Sold ly Oper lm store.
the county and has ho.sts of
friends of all parties. His fam-
ily consists of a wife and four driving the team to his father's
children. Ho is a self made 'ctsd ". agon lat Saturday morn
man uihl his past life is a guar- , ing, vas throwp. fiMiu his scat to
uuteofhis future. No oter in the ground and t!ie whtvl ria
Bates county will make a mis- over his arm and broke txth
tko by voting for J. W. Bobbin ( U nes of the Lmv arm, Dr. l-n-t
r ti'iirdy trensut er, caster drt-nsnl l i arm.
Uy tits A fiatant K.eretary of
tfjo Ot partment ut th
and was never assigned to any
duty as a soldier thereafter, and
tl,,n vI the of Jane 24, 1-'.X.
"Iiou 's ratios. k. nor trie
aC(Ptl construction of the act
01 'une ,K ltie minor tblld j
ff a soldier has title to pension;
1,is ow"Q "'cht when there is no :
.i.i ji. . 1 . 1
j ,ul auu iatt lUiU 1116 ra'
1 rcnts were married after the
.l1!lssae of tJe act does not de-
jstroy or impair such title.
j JL-Kisnicnos.The Secretary
jof War has theixwerand author-j
I'tr under the Constitution, as in !
u. t. ......
The claimant remarried after
more than five years had elapsed
since she had heard from her
former husband, and in the hon-
est and warranted belief that be
IlF'j): She is not the widow of
the soldier, under the laws of the
State of California, said State
74 si"M mt tfflrrflTlt A m ic ir-ra 1
. ... ... jn w nn1 x,M,.'
vm ftnd thertf u no sUtutory
jHuUlorUy foP UlVpPing her name
f,om Uu, rull or sjvmling her
pension on the grouud of cesMi-
it ion of deiHndency
. a. ...
Ri p"blian tiHHdings wiil U.
held at the following times and
Pliurs Judge Geo. l. IIukeby
-will be the principal sp. ; Ur at
i these places. Other rami. Jutes ,
i willbe present and siek. Bills'
"ent hn al committee-:
i men who will b? exiKvted to hnk ,
' afur l'ie "leaker and the meet- i
:-inS- AH the ivplo are invited, j
1 "dies especially.
: Pralrk' tlt.v. Tin-a. " SO
I'lotmuut Uap, W tsl
,Vru Th('irsJav. Nov
iu.yuar.1 Ii (lludi
lUnk I lie, Saturday,
! w ''' -xo,Jr
iby wluiiild Ik thin, ami jiu stacks and mere in tivU ready ifue'sda to at
iu the ulht. u'or.n at j to rut, with corn and hedge row ! , ' V. .
rthl... KW.y bM.Us, ItL-ero destroyed ci.mpUUly. The!r'T lC'
, u i (ft1, i.i. i . i
.. i i . .......
bnby ,U not rvtalu it KkkL tu t
!l',P, - ri,,M'ut wlin coiw tun nud
tlu r liKilli lne, Kill try a I 1 1 to vl
Young Philip Shauklin, while
lias ma; Flue Muece.
H'n. W. O. At .n. KcpabJi-?
can t$d;(Lite for cor.r.i, h;
been hpf-ndiisj; this ct'x with
the voters of Ciis cur.tj, and
his tnettinK have bn a aoaroe
of grstiticatioa to those who fa
vora change in oar prcnt rep
resentation in congress. He Las
bM5n at Archie, Everett, DrexeU
Clevelajid, West Linn. Freeman
and lli.st Lynne, s,r:d has create!
the very best kind of aa impres
sion at each of these places, Eak-
in friends wherever he Us
Kne, Biin prevented the apeak-
at Everettt. The peopte cf
the district have been ready for
some time, and they propose to I
j oring it about at tm eleajcm.
. In Mr. Atktson they have a very
satisfactory nominee, ard will
jgive him their support, as he
! sUnds for them and their -dis-
trict, rather than for himself acd
a narrow partisanship. InUk-'
tJiuris nruuaDiv win tx uiadi""" "uu"-
at the coming session of congress
to secure an appropriation which
will justify an increase ia the
. salaries of the oii,4:7 rural letter
carriers. Three days ago Mr.
'Hitchcock, first assistant iost-
, master general put in a plea in
the form of a recommendation
for an increase of pay for post
office clerks and carriers in cities
and now comes Mr. DeGrsw,
fourth assistant postmaster gen-
eral, with a plea for the rural
. , .
carriers, whose pay was incras-
ed in the riftv seventh congress.
It is stn-ngly urged in behalf of
ti rnml rarrbrt tl-.at ttv
ident Rinse-e!t received
. a r,,, lrt um,w,r
, f C;tfrffiJluv two 6m u,rk!i
Nevada was paid a xisit by two!
tine storks Wednesday evening!
Rnj tw sWt,.t hhy Kirts weroj
left, one at the home of Will
Sterett and one t t the home of
HarrvIUiloy. TSivse two httle-
U-ame f sunshine ar we?im
and their parent. are just as
proud as tMrvst . nsuilly are
after such welcome arrivals.
Mrs. WiU Stem-tt as form,
erly Miss JessKi lsper, well
known to our people. the
daughter i f Rev. G. II. CVspcr.
The BetiU ranch now owned
by J, K. Martin and ithera cf
'1 ! I'' city was turned over by a!
j,ifitv w hich is Uiieved to have '
7 v' iHtn siartea oy spares irxun a
j pAssicg engine l.tst Friddy after
j noon. Soir.e thirty tn of hay
UAmagv amounts to several hum
j drvd do;.4u s and Is quito hvary
jon the ptvpi ittora.
lat- I'rrabj terlaa t'rurxrb
JunJy School 9: a. us.
I'leachieg at 1 1 a. tu.
Junior Unoeator j p. iiv.
CbnOan linJeavor 6 y p. 01.
PieacKi i at 7:j p m.
l'tre Mn4 rcr ThurtJtj
tvtiiint 7 ; t p ut.
l v' J h. n ihcv 1 a i.i miiIj
me Irt u go fi t ih buuie of
W. 11. Cu vs i-t.es, Ps;.r,
Flay Tcm !.3!:-.f;ri
! jr 1
kii ilV'lJ Vlto
Wn. McBriJ-j is the'la;vy
ftberof a newly arrived girl at
Frank Byaa went to Kr,Ai
t Friday and rvz.zlr.!
W. J. Liwfn ani wife !iie
retumeJ fn.2t their tiIt to ruli
tives s.t Batler. Mo. "
Hon. D. A. D-?Ar.nd zd
dressed an appret iative -j;-r.c-o
in the Wagner building List Fri-daj-
'r. Clias. Si-aw has auUti a
tine pliouigraph to Lis luje.
Now wocld be a gl time to pay
The best beating stores made
are the German Heater and the
original Cole's Hot Blast. For
stoves go to Kirks' Hardware
Jos. Ochsuer was a pleas-
I . . I .r-
I Ul oc-e
j bst aftcraism, H-r
facuijr mi J oar 5"3'r 10 thy
T. S. Burns at this writing is
i still cositineJ to the luso with
Iu - 1 . , .. .
his game leg cau'.it in a fall froui
' a stepladder while he was gather-
! ing apples.
Rees W. Bartn, 1-lepubhca.u
candidate for county clerk, w&a
ia the city last Saturday and
favwred the TUIBCNU cfice with
a pleasant c&lL Barton i s a r u t
ler. Mr. J- H. Strait, of Hume, as
, in our city last ursd.y on his
"V to Uul,UT l Uml tW WJ
am -ulM ii,c "icairy
services. He made this oSico 4
i Kev. J. C. Kirk Ita -o-n trans-
I fernsl to S.irttjue Mo., and will
moe rest wts k. It is i much
l.trgvr k aod his friends will
; glad to hear f h's promotion.
Hi successor f-r thi- pi.ue lus
not boen namvd. Hume Tele
( Fro.u lAt ws K.
Andrew Klledgo was trading
in Rich III!!, Saturday.
H. D. Gander is
to Butler this wee
C. J. Ino his gone toOL'io
ii,a on a business trip.
J. I Gander was ia Rich Hid
tend to some tc!j
m. Thomas is iMtiis hi
house moiug outr.t in ahape to
do ac eral jobs of u Aung up i.ear
IVte Baits was harvesting
part t-f his turnips M;ti.Uy.
Gander Bros. tutchcrvJ a Cue
fat pig last Monday etcnir.g.
II. H. I).::. ii, of Kansas City,
nprvri.tiiig the Cuiv
phcru Co. 3i out to theUiett
tug of the H.vppy II.:! Ti.lep!i. t o
Co. SaUrdiy iiiht and h-.'d
tt'via a liUauph...:ica f..r t'.., :c
I'; 11 V ibiV