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The popular styles in Street Hats. Call
and see them before you buy.
A large line of Black Patent Leather
Shoes at greatly reduced prices. If
you want bargains, don't miss this 4
' w:k.-royge'. j
The store that, sells-good goods and never
in fofer. wife mid daughter, j
rj;-ia. niv vKitinif in 1 V-iIjit
Miss Euiiviila lurand spent Sun
day In Prairie l 'it y with homo folks.
Mr. Edmund Meyer nnd Miss
Xanno liorvinu; spent Sunday in
tllnton tlu jriiest of Miss Ma'lo
Mrs. Halo nnd daughter
nosseo, are Tlsltlnn J. M.
Messrs Clark nnd IVnnie Ilitchlcj
accompanied l.y Misses Kose Foster j
and Ullie Kli-iniinn -r. attended,
church nt ;iimn Valley Sunday j
The' services held nt the M. V.. '
Church Thursday afternoon in honor j
ofonrlatoprosldei.it. were well at
tended nnd all enjoyed the tnlkii hy
the ministers nnd the profft--or o
our hili school.
Kev. Hnhbitt of this jditee is hol.l
protracted iiieotlu:; at Mt.
Julius Kunderwirth moved his f.nu
1 v to Tnborviile last Monday.
Mlsn Euuna Lovvry is on tlw sick
lint this week.
Mr. Willie CorHn nnd-Miss Iorn
Anderson attended services at Mt.
ion Sat unlay night.
Frank Koblnaon of Appletou City,
was in town last Saturday.
Mrs. S. A. Meyer and children, who
has spent the summer with relative
in this city, left for their home In
.Toplln last Friday.
I). 1). Hitt went to Kansas City
Tuesday on business. . ,
Will Stout Is laid up with a sprain
ed wrist and I taking ft lay off. He
went to Appleton City Tuesday.
A number of our people attended
the bijj picnic and log rolling at Ap
pleton City Wednesday.
All the city of Sprapue bowed in
Srlef and did honor to the memory
of 1'iwldent McKlnley at the Clirist
la.ii church last Thursday. A very
Impressive invocation was offered
by Kev. DigKS.
Cnarley Kiley returned from Call-
Two performances, rain or shine,
at 2 and 8 p. m.
The Great Educational Exhibit.
fornlu hist Saturday, lie has tieott
a ay from 1,1s folks for about two
It has turned warm again Mid we
lime nil stud our winter snupetiders.
Jim lvpcw says he Is u cousin to
Wild West show but the
Mil don't say nothing about it.
One of Kjirauue's most up-to-date
yonntr men Is a brakeman on the
.Jue tinnes says ball playing Is a
poor way to serve tho Iord.
W. A. Hicks went to I'leasauton
last week to buy some horses and
iMit' h Petty was in town Sunday
visltinu Ids ma.
You all may wonder Who Heplant
is but be is not froiti to tell.
Pawnee Bill's Wild West.
Exciting and thrilling reproduction of mod
ern and romantic history, portrayed by In
dians and natives of many nations.
Cowboys, Hunters, Guides and Scouts.
Boomerang towers, Mexican lariat kings.
Gaucho bolus experts.
1,000 Men and Horses 1,000
Daring western land equestrians; the dimi-
utive stage coach. Tho lilhputian prairie
schooner and a hundred other features lor
tho little folks.
Clianiplnn Itille and i'isti.l SIh.Ij,. ISedouin Arabs of the Ivrts. luiper
tal Cotuitick Troupers. lK-tii li mi'ii t from the Annies of the World
lldlujr NliouM.-r to Shoulder In Dnxzllug Kev lew nnd Military
10,000 Seals lor 10,000 People.
Under waterproof canop'es that encircle the
Slrarge 2nd startling Stresf Parada a! 19 a, oi. Daily,
UI hT bri'ii ronblrd rrrat ftsl
ivlth a torptU livr. wbirb roduce coDBtli
tlon. I femna CASCAKK.TS tnbeull jouclulm
forthrm, nd Fecurvd such rcliof tho flrat triftl.
that I pun-hated another supply aod ni com
plewily eurvil. I shiill only b too irlad to ro
ommrnd Casrarets henevtr tb cpporliuUty
A) SusQaohADoa Are., 1'hUadelphU, T-
S TADt MASH WIMT1W(
PlfAMnt. rulntiM.'. i'otrnt. Tt Ooort, llo
Otl. itt'vcr &icku. Woakcu. or Grlp. IDo. bcfiOo.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
terltat Rn4t lq, OileMm IWnA In IllL IS
KflJTh Plf P"'4 anil mmn'fm hr a'l rtroj.
rnwnee fUll n U lid XVtrnt.
ComliiK to Kli'h Hilt, Wed. Oct. 2.
ruwneo Hill and his gathering ot
hero horsemen from nisny climes are
eondiiK here with their s)lendld t'l-
htliltlon. All the stirring sceneii will
U cnarti'd liy Konvlne Indians, Cow
1mit, Cossacks, Mexicans, Australlftn
Uushnien, Arnlis, (laucbos nnd ua-
tlfes from inan.T lands. Tho dt
tnchuients from tho foreign riiilet
together with a full battery of nrtll-
Irry, Mill k'v Kfiuid ndlltnry r-
vlew. Over a thousand men nnd
horn's arc cnilo.ved.
Not the least of the strong attrac
tions ore tilt sliarjiHliootliig contest
In which May I-lllle, the chnmolon
woman shot, figurca prominently.
lur!nK tho ierformnni'cs tho siocta
tors will we the strange ait'outro-
meutii worn and carried by Kit Car
son In '4.
The tdiow Itself has so many K1
featuivs that It is hard to particular
lze thorn. There Is so much that la
Instructive and novel in the enter
tainment and so attractive that an
afternoon or Jevvninj; passed In the
company of 1'nwnee liill ami his
associates should prove alike agree-
nhlo to youiij; and old.
Major (iordon W. Llllle U lwttor
known the world over now as
l'awiiw Hill." This aouhriiiuct he
earned by Mrvlni? his government
amonjr tlie rawnees and by having
lioen chosen by that band of war
riors and useful nation tin IU own
hite chief and Interpreter.
A new and added feature Is the Ju
venile w ild west for the children. In
dians, Arabs, Cossacks and Western
boys and girls participate.
This is ideal went her for this time
of the year.
U. i-ti'iner and John Yosa were in
llntler last Saturday.
We understand that Albert Jones
and wife, and his mother. Mrs. llnrt
nian. ate to leave I'ralrie 'ity
soon. They have Hold their right
and interest In tlie Conra.d ilnco to
W. M. Wells.our sorghum maker,
has commenced "bikini; lasses."
Quitei number attended the picnic
at Halleys I'.luffs Saturday, and re
port it a failure.
Wheat soivinj is tho order of the
day aiming the farmers In our neigh
borhood. Our cheese factory ls doing a good
business. The late piw ture is hold
ing tlie lullk supply g'tod.
Kov. Mflsli r and faujiily left hero
to-day fi.r Indepejidince. Kans.,
when they will maki their future
tjutteu mimlicr finm lure attend
ed V. C. T. I', n.'eetlng held at
I'apiusllh. A nic program was
prepared and at! iviiiieivd their parts
We learn frmn John IWutx that
somebody has Is-i'ii Aisiting his
chicken roost. lie sa ys if ho ever
catches anybotly they will get a load
Misses Maud Johtisti n and Kate
l'.ollweg wetii ia s, hH ;ty Tttc.vlay.
lit Ti ll.
Is tho placo to buy good proods at prices
that can't bo beat elsewhere.
Chickens, Butter, Eggs,
ml fill kinds of produce wanted. Will pay the highest market
price. CASH OR TRACE.
Try i sack cf my celebrated 1 1! if HOIR. tvery sack war.
raitel to five satisfaction or money refunded.
H. P. JAMES. Prop.
William Mudd (0.11) hat re
turned (tom the Kiowa country less
45 pounds in weight. Bill says he
hit got enough of the promise
land, "Missouri it good enough
lor him." He tells in interetting
story at to how the people get
along in that country. Carpen
ters get t. 56 per day with about
(our men to each job, and all other
work in proportion.
H you don't read The Tribvne
you fail to read the best local paper
in Bates county.
A bad penny always returns,
that accounts for .ueen Esther bo
lus in record a.ain this wck.
Several of the young folks of Mets
are talking of Kolng to Nevada
Everybody is luvited to attend the
protracted meeting nt tho Christian
lMell. Trice and IWrt Meek have
gone to St. Joe to work.
Miss Ollie Meek, of St. Joe. Is Tlslt-
in.t; her mother here.
Mis Nellie Smith Is still very lo .v.
I'nitraetod mooting coiunionood at
TryorCn-ek chunh Sunday night.
Jinks Hicks, of Sprague, waa In
Tdi rem , round trip to Ncvnda, 110.
Sept. -V, account log foiling. Ss-o-i'll
trp In to leave Hid-. Hill about 10
it.iu., returning leaves TS evada ll.pui.
Dont Be Fooledi
Tk tk f tnalM, orfftaal
PtOCKV MOUNTAIN TCA
Mai acily v M4mkmi M4
cio C.. AU4IMO, VU. It
lixp vm tl. Our trttf
nark est M Mica M(k(.
fnc. ji cant. Nva m4
In fculk. Accept a Mt.
. Ak 1tr amggut.
Scott's Emulsion is not
good medicine tor fat iolks.
We have never tried giving it
to a real fat person. We don't
dare. You sec Scotts Emul
sion builds new flesh. Fat
people don't want it Strong
people dont need it
But if you are thin Scott s
Emulsion is the medicine for
. 1 .
you. it aocsns ore yuu uui.
There is no strain. 1 he work
is all natural and easy. You
ust take the medicine and
that's all there is to it
The next thing you know
you feel better you eat better
and you weigh more, it is
a quiet worker.
Sena for free sample.
SCOTT 10WKB, 0i'. "'l S.. N. V.
Something to ICot iciiiber.
When a cnUi.lt or cold Is long ne-
C lei te. eoiiHitiiipl I n all nost tuvari
tilv fiilliiws. KememU -r .Mexican
Svrui) oulv cost 'J" cent s a liottli-
and vet has proven in m any thous
and cuees an iilisoltitt sik run" for
ciiiiiH. cuiiU and col (sumption.
Taken ia time it ctifvti ulekly.
( lilMrcn like It iMi'inirte It tastes so
irond. Insist on vi .nr ilrit-'ilft kei'P
ins; l( for sale. IU ml t liO ; wetulniv
' miracnloiii. rures it das' . nt(e'tcil,
printed on tlie w raiper iit'uwnd the
A IMt .abloSiglit.
What i tut r pit iablo , than to set
a pnnv, ! ii. at e little child al.s olute
l.v il.v in- f r.ui 1 in-elect. Tin-re are
many little on w lnwihe.ks vv u!d
ITOVV rimV. Vt I im.eVt-M VMMlId g.v
brlulit. who.-- Hi sit would . j.Iu .
and jMi tly If ur,!y the worms th M
are grawing 1 U tii. lr vitals weiv 1 t-
ni'pv. d, whlcl 1 Is ensilv effeoted wlt.'lr
Mother's W .nil .syrup, so nice to
take tlial 1 ill iiln-ii ask for It. Almi 11
lire fnr taK worm in grown is-ople.
1 ry a i'."i cent bottle.
i'lio Seer et ot (;ool Meultli.
The i-.-i reL of beaut v and good
health is ,1,. nnlin.-KM. i'neleanllness
bris-il, ,IK,. ,-. Init-rnal cleanliness
Is even of greater iiiinortanee than
external. Kei i your liver active
and your I towels t lioroiighlv clean
t-v inking j 1 M-vl. nu Cunt Vt'.l t-.
aslonall.v . Their uw dis-n the
nerves, kldl lev s. ele. i-n.,,1 ..I... i..H-
' cents a b u.
Jmm tb'sWiiick Itelltr.
Win n in ur loints and hot... ...-I...
and your l! i-sh (.-.-Is t.-niier m,,1 son-
.'.'n-eiit In l tie of ( iooch'tf lint. -L I!,..
Hi f will e you titiirk r.-M.-f M.-mI
cure for co' lc.
Everyone is very much pleased
with the new teacher, especially the
Kev. r,layliM k and wife and ye
si rile w ere In .sprague Sunday.
Well. J.s, "who'd a thunk It."
MUscs Nellie McKlbls-n and l'nrile
Koiliuan attended church at I'ryor
Cns-k Sunday night.
Miss Helle, wo don t want to e
you making any more "goo goo
New Is very scarce; suppose It I
on Account of the dry weather.
Will sumo out kindly tell us what
Inn positive cure for heart disease
Wo ask not for ourselves.'.
Watermelons m-i-iii to U a thing of
Ul KKN !TlliSK
Mr. !!ck' Advlcn 011 MarrlUK
young man reientiy wrote to
the editor of Tlie Iidles' llome
Journal asking: "What have you
to sav, snuarcly and fairly, to
voiiiiii man of tvveuty-uliitf who Is
tibout to marry'.'" Ill the (Htols
Journal Mr. link um-s a page for hi
af;wer. Its salient polntsnre thes'
lliat n man should makii the woman
of his choice his chum, lis well as his
tt Ife: that ho should show her tho
L biuliest constilcratlon as well as love
Iker; that he should rcmeuils-r that
hf owes his wife to her mother, and
1 fral his mother-In law with respect
.... .. 1 1. .... 1.1 1 ...... 1.1., u-ir..
Ht ll'aUli mill r-iniuiii .nji m-i t. ..
lnf irui.il as to Jds Income; that ho
should gin-hern regular allowance
and that !' should have his life In
stirctl In h.-rfiuor. And above all
11. ..1 ni.eii h voting iiiau marries lie
must- remember Hint ho leave
vvorll f m H and on tom Into a world
of anot.Ter and self.
To ha v e
n;r. to loi
tg el-e f
I Hood .lak!n Henltby
. u-ood J giMidfis I
i. vi ell nnd f ,vl wel I tnki
oili's :i.ir-a jmrilla. Noth-
t v I for pr de (ind kli kly
1" .1 lim t'nr 1 Pile.
Mot' t 1 r fi'-idi d '.f II ever bills ,
Ant i-. 1:411c villi's 1 hlli w unit fei -r.
I will buy all kinds o
Grain & Hay
dell vens) at Hume, Soraguo or Kit li
till I, or iuV stailous where I can
ge'k car loit J Jols.
J. T. Rosbrook,
Heiidniiartf at Hume, Ma
UeaJ Tiik TuiMCKt,
It Ii a Great BlUtftke.
To set up our own standard of
rieht and wrong and judge people
To meabure the enjoyment of
other by our own.
To expect uniformity of opinion
in this world.
To look for judgment and exper
ience in youth.
To endeavor to mold all dipol-
To look for perfection in our own
To worry ourselvet and o'.heri
with what cannot be remedied.
Not to yield in immaterial matters.
Not io alleviate all that need al
leviation a far lies in our power.
Not to make allowance for the
infirmities of others.
To consider everything impossi
ble that we cannot perform.
To believe only what our finite
minds can grasp.
To expect to be able to under
J. E. Simcosky returned yes
terday from his visit to Illinois.
Harry Bair is expected home
to-day on visit to his family.
Dr. II. W.' Lancaster ha a
brother from Illinois visiting him
-Joe Cowan and little on, Carl,
returned home from their Kansas
trip last night
Dr. Oleson, who has been on
the ick list lor two week past, it
able to attend to business again.
W. H. Fisher went to St.
Louis Tuesday night on a purchas
ing tour for his store at this place.
St. Louis, Sept. 9, 1001.
To H. V. Goiger,
Rich Hill, Mo.
Havo bought largo stock of Cloaks
and Clothing. Placo them on sale in tho
Bussey Department Store.
W. H. FISHER.
p. s. Osr store Is fast filling &P the most desirable coiis.
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