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BICIf. HILL, MISSOURI TIIUIJSOAY, r.lTIL.v CSI.U 12, ittol.
JP", "lt "T
J LOCAL lllUEFS. t
Mrs. Mamie Tomlinson, diess
mailing, "vtr ,nc Kevicw office.
W ton don't read Thr Tuiiu vk
you fail to read the best local paper
in Ibite county.
The hull came that was to have
taken place Tuesday, vt postponed
on account of trie rain.
M. P. Casey was tried in Judge
Sheppard's cout before a jury,
Tuesday, for impel sonrting an ofti
ctr, bud acquitted.
1!. M. Both ha gone to War
renshurg to attend a meeting of the
Mate photograph association and
catch ideas to be used in his business.
Mother write us that they have
solved the problem of keeping their
c'rildien well. Give them Rocky
Mountain Tea each week. A bless
ing to mother and child. Ask your
i It you want the best of fire ant!
cvclone insurance, in the most reli
able companies, don't fail to call
on Geo. 1. Huckcby at The Tm
pC vk office.
Now is the time to settle up
atrearepes. and renew your sub
scription. We need the monev and
you need the paper. So come in
and help us out.
Frank Set-linger of Papins il'c,
hrorght in about u tons of broom
corn last week to ship to a St. Jos
eph 6rm. He got $91 per ton for
it. This was not this season's corn
but some lie had held over.
Friends of Thk Tkimne can
htlp the paper greatly by trading
with those business men who ad
vertise in itscolumes. These trades
men ate reliable and frm them you
can f t the best bargain in the
Last week I ent ulout,
Full of trouble and of doubt.
Now I'm omiling and dance with
I had some Uocky Mountain Tea
la-t nijht. Ask your druggist.
It. A. Jurd & Co., hac two
loom in the I rick huilding on Wal
nut street, here thev will show ou
nr.) thing fioni a bran new house
hold out ti t to the minutest stove re
pairs, 111 good style. Furniture in
nil grades and at all pi ices.
l'at l.istivs 11 rnjovmg a shoit
l is off a engineer on the Memphis
Kuute by taking a trip east to see
hi fast trotter, ltiley It. make some
more mone tor his owner. l'at
enjoy a fast horse a much as he
does m fat engine.
The first camp of the Modem
Woodmen s.ociety in I'tah as
iharteri d on August 13d last. It
hud twenty-lour charter member t
and was given No, that being
t!u- t'Hal number of camp of the
Woodman society in exis'enee on
that date. I he nam? of ne camp
i "I'ldi" an,! it i located at Ogden.
To Our Subscribers.
To anv subscriber Duvirnr up back SOy
5 subscription and renewing we will W
ti give them THE TRIBUNE from ilato q
till Jan. 1,1003, for
iu Any new suuscnoer win get liijja v
"l) TRIBUNE from date till Jan, 1. 1003,
$ Or we will club with any of the follow7- ih
M ins: ' fa
THE TRIBUNE and the
Kanss City Journal
Kai.vts City btar
Kai ;u" City WuflJ ,
J'ol:tiCl Review ..
St, Louis (i'-obe 1U HKH:iat
St. Loiiit Republic
Our Int- wetn to tff'dolnjjf 11 irojI
IiiihIihwm now. All Hfi'iu to ) (nil f
KUi'atM isd we j ml ir thoni ivrv jtoikI
Inmllordx lit both tlm T.iIiuhvi' mid
Kaletoii m well on tin' Whitney find
R. A. Juid sV. Co., in the Walnut
Street blick. will sell you good Led
steads fur 50c tip, and everything
else in proportion. He wants to
sell ail he has and will make prices
A large frame warehouse be
longing to the Mo. I'ac. Railroad
it Lone Tree, a small station
north ol here, was blown across
the track by a wind storm about
o'clock Sunday. l'utler
Miss K ittie Ilroaddus met with
a painful accident while playing
on the school gtounds one day last
week. She fell and struck her
side on a rock curbing. For
tunately a painful bruise was the
or-iy injury. Uutler Times.
A foreigner employed in the
new bake shop cu tlie west side of
the square, and who had only been
in town a few days, was promptly
knocked down and roughly han
dled in Frank Mabbatt's tar room
on the southwest corner of the
s j jare Friday cvcnins; for gloating
over the attempted assassination
of President McKinley. The fel
low was not only given what he
richly deserved.' but promptly
obeyed an order to leave Itutler
The lecture of Rev
M. E. Church, Tuesday right, was :
most dclightfut cntertainmeut andimen loed or hated Lincoln, he wns'Trevj Conneli, Mr. Lou Linbarger, j
ought to have bad a house full to : the ictim of sectional malice and i Co!! Orr, Kay Thompson, Joseph j Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Ame return
enjoy it. Those who were there, the last sacrifice for the salvation of ; Cow.-n, wife aaJ .n, besides Mr. ' ed Monday night from St. Louis,
were well paid for their trouble and his country. Ijartie.d was t.ie ic-j ar,.i .r. L. A. Lw.uc. and ,ir, ; where they have been attending the
were made to feel bi tter after the tim of party animosity and an in- ' and Mrs. W. C. S!or.tLra:.er, par- ! nMuinerv cperings and byving
heatty laughs thev were compelled j satiate lost lor cilice bv political Crts'iti t..c bride ar.d groenv.. ! .oads torft.t Bataat.
to enjoy. Thev cocidn't help it. j vampires. None of these things ; The bride is one cf Rich Hill's1 Perry Kious of Centerville Ida
they just hadto laugh. The title of j operated ia the case ot McKinley. j lovliest young ladies. lor.sj a mem-h(J w fc'a has fcen vis:t;r"ff hiss'father
his lecluie was the big three, the ' No hatred grow ir.g out ot civil war, j ber of the M. L. Church choir and ' Jn j ojhe. re!a;vf , ntJ fiencjs jn
subject, "Mother, Home mid Hcav-! no animosities growing out of a po- j belov ed by her hot of triends
His trilntte to mother was
touching and U-juciit, bis picture
of the ideal home elegant and com
ple'.e nntl of course these lead to
II. C. 1-
1 I. I t' lid 1 lv.IL
swinc.recr oi . ,...,
pany wiu, a .Mr. o,e. -
thi otTice while in town vesterday. ;
Mr. l.vons is a laimcr and stock!
breeder who sleep with one eye I
open and he is of the opinion that I
those vsho got scared into selling j
out their stock by the drouth have;
,.J . ,rr,.,i iKtil-. Me dec ares
1 ' . I
this year than tit th
last two, and I
we would bate to bi t be don't when
he s be sviil. He futtlur says
the demand for Duiocs I better
than usual, iv.-.r.y wanting ,iw for
brfeding piiipi'se aiid that prices
atp i'.ich!. As usual he i
m ,ir a
lot ot siMitig stuck f"r ate, Neva
i ci V"!
hi cu iy
Sincr iio, Lincoln, Grant,! layes,
GartH'id, Harrison and McKinley
have been elected to the presidency
by the Republican party
A 1 of I
these men professed a firm reliance
upon an ovei-ruling Providence and
"put their trust in God." Four of
these have been known as person
ally active members of some evan
gelical church, given to acts of per
sonal and churchly charity. All of
them as men of extraordinary nobil
ity of soul and lovers of the put
suits of peace and arder.t promoters
of good morals. All of them stand
j out in history as men of singularly
pure domestic li es and of unsmirch
ed public character. Yet two of
these men have died by the assas
sins bullet and a third shot with in
tent to kill.
The death of Lincoln can beiof :he parents and invited guests,
easily traced to the original cause
and accounted for as the result of
the feelings engendered by the civil J
The death of Garfield, while not
so easily accounted for, followed
upon the close of a heated political '. cle r.t rcfrcshmetits wi'.h ice cream t reported to be enjoyinsrthe rush and
campaign and t!;e distrih;ition of the ! ani c:'ke. wne seive.i, a'.! partak-! bustle of business immensely,
offices incident thereto, and thus we i in; ith gladdened heir:. Mrs. Burrows and daughter,
make a kind of excuse (because it! Tvtc Hire manv w eddi::g prcs- j Mrs. Harve Robinson, left Tues
is believed Guittcau was a ciisap-i en!,, elegant and appropriate. day morning for Denver, Co;o-
pointcd oflice seeker) for his un-' Ti present to enjoy the happy j They w ere called there by the death
timely taking off. 1 ; occasion were Rev. and Mrs. Cos-j of Mrs. B's. little grandson.
but nothing like war or a heated :
1 political campaign can account for '
sri-nat Ihclor paliat- the attempted taking off j
of President McKinley. Whether;
iitical campaign were here. The
mildest mannered man, the most ;
genial companion, the most demo-
cialic of all our picsidei.ts. is shot !
slow n in the midst i f l is people, j
i surrounded by all t;-.e e idences of
j'.-JJt'Jt, ailinislvilCH allivi UtlJ.'l'
.. po,ihle to gslli.er .
,0(;ctl.cr bv the greatest and best
- , " , . . . . , i
.s..s. v.. ..is .-.v. -'is. . A Nnrrow ;scapc
caith. To the free, untrammeled. : . , ,
' 1 lac Ivgatdhad a very narrow
I'ltelbgei'.t minds there was no real j., ' i . , . i
" ; escape troisi diovxiiiiig Jjbt Sundav,
motive f r the dastardly act. i . , , ,, , .,
i wl.i.c t'ati.mg in the nvtr near
Of all the men win have eeri . i" n i i
illaiievs l)iu!l. J le !i.d -'One i.(js n
.!...!.... : I . f ... . i
! ley is undoubtedly one of the wisest,
safest i mul bravest of them all.
other man, like him, bas been on so
good terms with all c'assps ot peo
ple. Even the cranks who ,iae beer.'
'ttnl to coivie within the influ
ence of his presence and com er a-
lion tiase pone away speaking his,
- .. ..
..... .u.i...;,,.. i,;. ...t..;.. it-
I"""' "ss. ........ i
His political opponents u.buiiej
tr- lion rrn'tiit-
' that he i, to.d bi'.cve iii his honrt
( ol iiitriili.-it and siiui! ty of piii.
I'l'sf. A gentic a n Living wo
'man, as kindly as r ,in -etionate
father and ever miiulf.il of the wants ,
o ..,. .. 1, i, ...! f... ,t -
trammeled intellect to c, nceiye .owinov 'f;-1 U r U,:t,,li! '
; Mi'iiiiciv, in.-! e 1 . .. i.'. I r, I t!
liovt ' l lttk?
We tjtter one ni:in!ie,t it!iai le-
waid for any case of catauh that!
cannot be cured by Halls Cat.inh
1". J. Cheney, To!i,L ();.i.i. '
W'e, the undets'gned, hac Known
r, J. Cheney tor th.e last 15 years, j
and believe him to be prifectly hon.
oiable 111 all business tt ansji tuuis
and financially able to cany out anv
obligations made by their tiim.
West s. Truax, Wholesale Drug.
gist, Toledo, O.
WnLLi'g, Kiiiiian M.nviii.
Whoiesnle Dtugguts, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catauh Cuif i taWeti in
ternally, acting dm ctly upon the
blood and iuui.hii suit.ict of thr
ssstem. TrluiMH'iiN sent fue
luce 75calott.e. Soul I a.lj
Hall's ruiilf I'lii me the bsil, !
uch a rvun cou' I be the lUirn of a I
munleiou asa i !. 1'ossiUy it may j I'tUisONALS.
be accounted f r upon the throry
that t..-fre arc drgtnfii'M Ke; Mr. l'-irln-;r, mho tout Wn rUit
coiitiii'joiit iuIt t !:;.;, generation Ut tumtf tlrne In nr tity, rtturtt-tl
sifter em-ration, pm-burr jjt sm ii i to -'!'' r-t'rJHjr.
Illons! nl;tS US vJ?o'-'s, oli.nv. 1-,;; -!r-J- TSik Jaln t t-
Ihcre nust le a devil nicanit'.e.vs ho j
someti ies takes the form of man
and when at bay dots some -uch
died to break the spell that binds '
The latest news concerr.ir: 5 the
President is that he is rapidly re
covering and that the work of the
fiend incarnate will be Joiicd.
Carl. Stouebraker and Nellie
Conneli have not disappoiiited their
friends. Key. G. H
the ceremony Tuesday evening that
made them man and wife. The
wedding took place at the home of
the brides' paients in the presence
personal fnencf of the bride andj
erooif.. The beautiful service for i
the F.iemniation of matrimony as !
j lai.i i-own in tue Met;
' w-as flowed, includiii
jdinj Hr.. After tije
dist ritual '
per, Rev. and ;-jrs. Pyje. Misses;
Luti? Winchell, Ida H.r.cs, Vanie
Yi!!.a:non. Winnie St ji.ebraker. i
, ,s ... t-y
few y our.g la.iies are. The grooni 1
is one of our best young business;
men. gentlemanly attd obliging iu .
all ti.iitg and l.a the respect
confidence of the entire community. ;
Tf.e bt-t wishe of I iik Tk;ir k
,r i.v.a tuiui v h.ij U.jw.-i tit,
pcty goes with
ti;e happy oung
the ugui.Uioii tl. ltd tunc a;:dh.id
i abuut tirade up ' h: m;:id t'.i.it all
j was uur with him, when Foley
! Wil h, Lou Lir.b:1; 'ti au.i reil;ai
, another one or tv ,
se iCv! bi:il j.ist
in the nick of time to save (,:m and
ining i. s m tKk l :;ie again
. p 1S
I lit the sfiiij.
' k e liCl'd I 111
misis i- i l ;!;c
S V Kill ,S I
... .. .. i i
j j Olll.g mi n
state aiul tlii? lial'oii,
l. r they ju c
I l!.t ;il': :'lll I
bla (. t t b
ate fill' of'
. ai.d Mi-s
. H..X. ;
' at t!ie
1 e.l iioui St. l.t u.s, ttics
rief. Call and see ome of ii;t
HlMll ltld I. .Its.
S. L. A vi , .li.i.iir.
j Th,' jvir if 'iur. Tit'i.t si: i
j tti.-lr i-ii!'!.. T'.ptior.s, ii-.j.l th'i-i !:..
f Iflr .ii.iiity x'.i I i !.iiiui ii- In ,ii.
Miii; th.-tr Jut oi-li.i.-iii.ins..
itl'.i' i.i-- , 1 1 i jt -1 t'.ifc.'.ii. ti;i
j vtant ti rvaeH wl..':i tt..-j o !i rt!-
j Itv i. lverti.s.iii; In 'I v.r. 1 i n.; . tV s
get to tbls. 1 Icisss ft 1 !.'sl..::w!. i.ivi
t,y rsiotin im: Ti.iiv.v .a U : in
lieri' t. tail .!!! l st ni.-rx t. u.
t I1"' l"t l'.Hi-.ti;is. I lu p. ; r
ho HIV well t.i soi,
liiiveif, h. stiv lU ir
i.tld ilO K'Hi.J '
I ...ir. v. i- I,
i wot t U V. i ri ii f .r t :.r
I ( I'vOiTs.- l( V itli
!l t t .11. t
t ,r tr.itl,' on isi-'i't iij. f .r It.
ijt,!(,. a ;,..i r of ,.i.r . :, 1.
t,ti r l.ii t..r !s4s.l.!'..t to Hit. -ti. J tW
ttti fair now in prouM iiu'i-a.
-Lntvrrr j.'lmoa, of Neriul. triu
t!" elty yt-r la j lklr.g dift
ion to ! umiJ in tlm Warjchn-WEIJ-
laruH s!;it'J-r futt wlkh U to ton
up at the tj'xt U-rrn of the Vernon
Chas. Keas'ey has eon to
T. J. Tipton of Fapinsrille,
w as in cur city Weir.eviay.
- Cecel Ames has retorted from
a several tseek's stay at Nevada.
Mrs. H. G. Spraker, accom-
panied by Mrs. Wngnt, spent Toes
day afternoon in Nevada.
Mrs. li. F. Moore and son
Wallace cf l'utler, are guests of
(Mrs. If. P. James and wife
Herman Loeb returned Wed -
nesdav from the eastern markets.
w here he bas been purchasing tew
J. W. Wolverton is cow located
in his new home in Lawton, and it
Mrs. Maude Tomlinson has
opened dressmaking parlors over
,he Rev iew ,office' and te
i v i.uii, v .1 V 1 i. ii X i iii
: 11UICI CI JVILU XI 111
.to Lis western home last Friday.
Mrs. A. O. Wright, who tas
been in the city for a week or two
visiting the family of Mr. A. Kuhn
ar.d other relatives, departed tor
hrr home in Indianapolis, Ind , on
the noon train Tuesday.
Rev. G. IL Cosper. former
j pastor of the Walnut bt., M. E.
i Chinch, with his wife, is in the city
visiting with bis tormer parishoners
: and other friends, and to perform
, the wedding ceremony for bis young
' friends. Carl Stonebraker and Miss
t Ne'he ConntlL
S. C. Lemar ha secured a sat-
ist.Kt.jr v adjustment of the loss on
hi flouring mill, and it it hoped
' that he will clear away the rubbish
and piepate to rebuild the mill in
a short tn-.c. Mr. Lemir hat the
sympathy of the entire community
ti I is great leis.
Miw Hat tli lir.sliititi liuii oucetsMi
f -it; . .-tr p.iit thri,ugh a ilu-
ti. nit Mirti il i-l ril!on lu tu rr-
i:,..s.:l ( n Wi.fiwv bv lr. lvla-
NT.,n.i tu.;..u.'..r liuh inn.nj
I r. ni K:iii,i ttr. itr oisvtsy
irk'ii tsi i urii, !!y Soi-y f.-r her t:rly
a.i l " rui.it., it ivnory.
Cure Ithcumatiatu or t'a'rrb
in i Das - Treatment Kre.
V. I. (liatauic liiood !3l!oi)
suf: ti c s. it ind .jut sta-l Kim
ij'o 1 i .!i.ii;.i.ig the poisou vut of
t. - ' i ! avid bones, and 'uiubnj
tip t' e b:A t. sLwvn constitution.
Ait. ai d p..ii. iu the biiet or
Ms, v.. iJ.cn c;' ri.!s, il: -s i;:
t.' e li
an 1 p
n . p:t ivj v.r o.
ttc . i it s it is 1'tttuit t.v
itaoesu's. li. 11,11. cuies'
v t.rie a.t r.e tail. 4t uj;its, t.
Tis.'tiuri t i f 15. l H. Unt abvo-
: l-civ iice and u t paid bv
'Jsi., Aitaata, G
lss,i,t e to. at & and f'ee medical
a'ive -.in u'.til lUitJ. , U. U.
p..t 1. ess vs.toi- in vr lkiit and
i-Ae t: ir l'.tCvl lesiorf ud piore
(-...t.i.sl.'.tii:, sup jln. atf cjt,. aiut
pa.nv (hit 5.C-00 Csiie by l. U.
New Dental Parlors
' - ' .-W "
Qtr f. & M. Bank.
boirs ta Utr r"r-.li ji-t
a ,Vr. to.. '
Mn. IHriim avl U-r .:-:.-. t-i.
si li ;rt 'r. w-t- .'. ! t:-..r.-rj
f-f fcat t-i'U.-.rr. "'rl ti
ia 1. Vr U-l. -V
lr" 7:.nrr'srt I .
Tie ml. c,r. I j i-r. w.r?.
Cliarxwyr. t'l-.s. j-lvr ir-,:zk tV liis-Uj-Lom&-J.i.,jJt
2. p. a. I&
tertaect In ir- fi- r :----r-r.
'uj b'.n, hnwlif .'tnk,Si'.i
m t.urV,! 5a tinn UwaC'vir '
TiwisdaT. a .77
r vi : - !
wm a ti 5 Tf '.-r.t f i:V
John Frr. Jr., w:.. :.i
the river. i-i at l.U b.--.- is.t -!-dy.
is t CTti-tb s-.;r .f i- -.-
wft ',: r-l ! ? n. t,T.;.
Mr. t ry ri"rvr i.i,', rrl. J ?-r
hiTBJli i,D ll I'T l-r-. r.-.:-.. 1.. H
ai an -n-ii.: ft"'! r
raix.r a'l ozx cf Vv. a
urn tr Frv l!ro.
Hbowt ball sat thrtTf o",.b:k ui'.r a
linsrit: tk-kr contzrjic: i s-r
.ses t-nsj wes. kjs. iJtf v. :s o;;r
P'oskt cltJurn n;--l nui w?.:
rvt-iHttt-l bv ih--- who kriw him
First PrMbjterian Church
There will be preaching at this
church next Sabbath.
II a. m., "A Powerful Ilar.i in
S p. ra., "Fast and le Ccvta
ced." Sabbath Scho-o!. y it, a. in.
Junior Endeavor, 2:y p. m.
Senior Endeivor. p. rn.
W. It. CttANsLLLOR,
Walnut Street M. II Cburch.
There wi'l Ve jweac1 irg at the
Walnut Street M. E. Cm;
Sur.dav st II a. r:i. ar.d si
sci. Ki at ' : 4 s.
Epwortn League at 7 p. m.
An English asociat'0"i regarding
woman's happiness has 1 He 1 e.l a re
ward of jV-'0 b r a greater blessing
to woman than Kockv ?I .n-nta n
Tea. Sensible move. Ask your
One of the grejt o'r;ecU ot Lie
should he fj preservrr y bit of
experience and training we can pjs
vibiy get in cr.e line; f;r, with in-
creased r,,:.. .ei.ci , value rapidly
multiplies. It s the J o;'g a t'.-iug
over a:id over a-ini wImSi g ve ft
cillty. atid lie aitistic tvuc'i which,
to the uninitiated, seen s o, as
breathing. septv'iVer "mi,vti ' '
In every une's :U- t' t-e c t, e a
v k,ing-up time, s:i l H we'.l t ir
them if K si'ines, t li e big.uv.ing
nd not at '.-e rJ, ? it is t JO
late to snctvd te pst Ti.e' t..:u-v
ate private tc. ! ' .1 i m ;r
good thai an puilic Oi.fs.
lember I.aJie' 11 J.ac J"ur
tu Wesln, 1 i lr ti.-... f'.. M. Is.!,,
aid. utyrti!t-'td'-ut i f s . r:i. i; -ti
ft our in-w mrt (o.tis,, w ... r. t;;i. ,t
Wi of ati mv t ! ! . -uiistj -.irt
whUhtt i Mi ;.-! I M'.i I-.. p-r;-j.
unt. In olh. r or-U Mr M t...i.s! t
V.urtlii t.V t.nY iiii-l the e.mrt !...
uploy,l M r. 'I I -o if; , ii a -
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Miu!U N. 'ttit ,V-i.t 1 1. u'mi (.id!:-,'
biil'.ilm lit s.!ii!:.l..iv tU 1 n i l
li.'ll.i. nil vs'.i. ti t.i.:.l as i.i.:it
nissnta ts Id !!! . I t.'ii.-i . TU,.
csiurt h t! -!l litis stvti.i.i
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IUsIVO 1,1 .st . V itftoi.t a J 1' .l'i!!'.
Minify tu lj.au
Fiir tioiu oii t.i t .i i s
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