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Every sin tolls
of the gladest
time of the year,
when old and
young unite in
the most joyous
by seeing our
Two big rooms
The Fine New
Style Stag Horn
SI to $5.50.
and nice new
from 48c to $8.
Books in rrany
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Head Tub Tbiiinf.
Goto Mr. Ames for your O ristj
Rev. Wesley LtMin is lepo'ted
to be quite danp erously ill. .
At the liazinr you can find
j suitable Xinat piesent for any one.
TliK TlilM'N&'s telephone i No,
31. Send us .the local news bj
J. T. Rtavley, of Nevada, wa.
attending to business in tl i city
Ka Thompson wat in Kanas
City Monday and Tueday on
Ed Uosserman, ot the Carbon
Centre neighborhood, in the
Will Elgert i home from the
commercial college at Seddlia tor
Marsha! Wolfe is reported to'be
back in Bates county on a visit from
his home in Wyoming.
Mr. J. B. Jones is going to sell
off bis personal property, Dec. 23d.
Wm. Cooper will be auctioneer.
Miss Nora Stephens of Kansas
City, is visiting her sister, Mrs. C.
L. Phifer, during the holidays.
Dr. W. li. Palmore of St.'Louis,
will deliver a lecture at the M. E.
Church, South, to-morrow night.
Andy Henderson, while wotking
in the Uellier coal mines north of
town, was struck in the eye with a
piece of coal and will probably lose
l'ete Nelson, who was hurt in the
mines by falling slate some days
ago. is reported to De rapidly re
covering. E. A. Slater, who is in very poor
health, has gene to Eldorado
Springs with the hope of being ber
efited bv the water there.
II you want books, call at Dr.
Sharp's Drug Store. The best se-
ected lot of books and games in
the city forXtnas present. Sharps.
Don't forget your holiday adver
tising. The readers of 1 he I Ki
te ne want to know what you have
to sell. They pay for what they
buy. Don't forget it.
This is the time of year to get
straight with the world in order to
start in right Jan. 1st. If our sub
scribers who are in arrears will call
and settle it will greatly accommo
date us. .
Only ix chopping djiy remain
for Chrintmas buying. liut wilh
the complete tock ot Xmainoxel-
tics on hand at the Uazar, you i!l ;
hic no tioublc in supplying
The diilling of the cily well at
the fair ground, is going on uti.
factoiily Coal, tire clay, soap
stone and other suWancc so well
known in this recion, have been)
found aid water and oil will come
We are in receipt of the premium
lil of the Uatei County roultry mid i
I'ct Stock Association. JudgejW.
W. Graves uteaident and C. A.
Allen, ectttary. This i one ot
the inot ucceskful poultiy shows
inhe stale and should be well pat
ronised by all the people of Hate
The pictute fakiis, clock, cuitain
and rug peddler, have been doing
the citv for tome lime nast. We
liUlAli 1UU lit.. .
heard cf one victim who a.erd to'o 'i"'Jot Kooevelfs most v.l-
pay $7 for a clock, $1 cash and $1
per mouth for ix months, and our
mfirm.ir.t said he could buy the
tame kind of a clock (loin any of
our jewelers for f j.50, and sug
gested that if the patty had saved
$t a month for tlitcc nionths. and a
half, they cuutd have bought the
clock for cj.h and scd $3-5-Maishal
Miessald artestcd one ot
the pictute fellows for purloining
cutf buttons that belonged to W.
II. Thomas, of the south tide
Don't palionize such fellows. It
you do be sure you will i;ct swindled
eveiy lime. Their method of bust
nest is timyly an evasion of tie
peddlers license law. They pay
neither merchant tax nor prddleit
licedse and sell their waret at about
double price. They ate tree trailers
invading the domain of legitimate
business and making the people
pay for it. Don't be caught by
their tally talk uor their chuii)
I pay highest prices for all kinds
of juuk nictalt, iron, bouct and
rsgt. J. W, Dixua,
If you ate looting for fine china,
c to the I!
pifiitr. hue tliina mote limn
1 u t tiini H an I the I'a.aar ou
can SAlihfv ibe most favi!iout.
Now is the time to advertise lot
the holiday trade. If ou want
an) thing in that line don't fail to
patrouize The Taini'Mt. Our sub-!
scribets are able 13 pay (or what
If you want to supply yourself
anJ family with good reading lor
the m inter with less money than
anywhere else, call at Thb
Titini-NB oflice and grt from three
to five good papers for the price of
The Salvation Aimy folks will
invade Kich Hill and Isle up lln'r
position at the Walnut Street M. E.
Church, on DfC. 17, from which
point they will "bombard tie strong
holds of kin and satan." Let all
good Christian woikers be on hand
to help along the work of the gope'.
About ten days ago Willie Cox,
the nine year old son of W. C. Cox,
of Mine 21, got a grain of com
lodged in his windpipe in such a
way that it could not be reached by
surgical art, and 'he irritation re
sulting caused his death last Sun
day, and he was bulled Monday.
The family have th sympathy of
all in their sad bereavment.
Special One Way Low Kates.
On Dec. 16, Jan. 6 and 20, Feb.
3 and 17, Mch. 4 and 17, April
7 and 21, the Frisco line will sell
tickets at one-half lare plus $2.00
to points io Aikansas, Indian Ty.(
Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana and
December 23, 25, 31, and Janu
ary 1. the Frisco Line will sell re
turn tickets to points within 200
miles, on the Frisco, Santa Fe or
Eureka Springs lines, at one fare,
(Minimum 50 cents) and good to
return until Jan. 2d. E. T. La
Hart iere, Local Agent.
J. W.TUxon Second Hand Store.
If in need of anything in our l:ne
call in and get prices. I have the
largest stock of second hand goods
in town, and also carry a nice line
of new goods. Have a nice line of
new heaters. Buy your furniture
of me, I can save you money. Will
buv. sell, or trade. Corner Sixth
and Walnut, Rich Hill, Mo.
I.lht Your 1'ropertr Sow.
If you desire to dispose of your
(arm, let me tell it for you. If you
want to exchange it for good land
in western Kansas, and get three to
i acret tor one, I will make an
illoit to do so. 1 wiil be at Hotel j
! Lee io Adrian, Mo., Dec, 1 1 ; t the
Merchant Hotel in Kich Hill, Dec.
12, Y. (. AtWeson' Lav Office in
Butler, lU-c 13. Come in on the
above date and list your property,
tor write me, giving full description.
piice and terms. 1 think I can sill
or exchange your farm for you if
the price it right.' Cheap transpor
tation to Western Kansas Nov. 4.
C li. Atkinson,
In view of the recent develop
ments in the mattct of trusts, a
new edition of "The Trust Prob
lem, " with additional material, to
1 1 it'll it tip to date, is announced
by McClute, Phillips & Co. The
1 author, Ptofts'r eremiti Whip-
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I I - 1 4 . - ...-! . . . .. -
ucd advisors on sociological qurs
lions, and was consulted by him
btlote bis recent speeches on the
trust question. The new matter
in the book will concern itself
largely vulh the Pirsident'n atti
tude towate ttuits as revealed in
his ioulicommg message and ith
the Attorney General's plan for
wtitrrh l auunt ba Cured
with I.tMWt. APPI.H'ATIONS, h
th'.v tisiinot rvneli tlu ( f tho dl
wiiw. t'trrh U t'U'l orcoimtl
tuUotitU iliw.-iw, and In rmh-r to
curt It you tniikt take Internal tvtii
edW". UttU'a Cistarrh lir l taken
IntrrniUly, nod cl dlnvtly ou the
IiUxmI Hiid iiimon niri.u-i. Il.tU'a
t'titnrrli i'utv U not s ((H-nk lurdl
ttm It wna pnwrltxsl ty ne of
tlielHt plij K Irtim tit thU country
for yenra. nud U a nculur pn-.'rti-
tUui It t ctitnpoMtl if the lxt
totiKa known, voiuMmvl with the
Kt I'I-kmI purlrt.Tn. Hi'tlntr d!rTtly
ou the niiiioii hi!.hn-- Tlu erfvt
coiulitn.'ithtii l th two tiij;rMI,-iit
In w hit pi-lu- MU u s oiuU if ul rv
ultn In rurtim t iitrtrrli. Send fv'r
V. J. t IIENKY Jt ToMo, O.
SoM ty ilruih!''!. "'
liaU'a I UMlly P;U t XUm beat
(From Kepuhiican I'res.)
Attorney Geo. Tempieton of Ricli
1 1 ill. was a business visitor in this
Mrs. Chas. I'ietce of Ukh Hill,
spent Sunday in this ci'y wib
Mrs. J. H. I'a.fgrtt of this city'
went to Kich Il.il Friday of last
week (or a visit with Mrs. i. C.
Mrs. II. Ci. Cook went din to
Rich lliif Ia-t Saturday to remain
over Sunday on a visit with bcr
sister. Mrs. II. P. James.
Rer. Cofiey will bold errvices at
ht Christian church next Sunday.
Will Clouse bat moved io with
his father and is getting out store
for a new house which be will
build on Lis farm lately purchased.
W. H. Clouse is doing a rushing
busioess cow days, lie drove to
worland, Hume and Rich Hill one
afternoon this week.
Mr. R. G. Cather of Virginia,
who has been here for tbe past few
weeks visiting his brother, W. IJ
Cather, returned home Monday,
W. B. accompanied bim as far as
Rich Hill, where be went to take
Fla-ius J. Wiseman, editor cf
the Rich Hill Enterprise, made
connections here Tuesday morn
ing from the Lrancb to the main
line, bound for Kansas City.
G. G. Etsing, recorder elect,
and II. W. Isbcll county clerk
elect, have taken the oath of office
and have been issued their certifi
cates, and on the 51b day of Janu
ury will begin to serve their four
year terms of office. Southwest
A maiden fair, with sunlissed
hair, came tripping down tbe
street; her face serene, her agej
ci,l..n no. u-Vt7 Kilt C V . kai'
sweet. On tbe sidewalk slick fhe
came down quick, with a jolt that
shook her curls, but the words she
used must be excused lor she's
one of the nicest girls. Ex.
I have houses for sale for from
$150 up to $1000, on easy pay
ment and long time. Come and
ee me. -Geo. P. Hickebv.
Old Time Hons Fre.
Evt rv f;itiii!v want the sonrn of
lotiK the tirx-flde vliim-loa w hWh '.
live w hUe time lnt. Ther are puV
iiiihini In nn orthotic btxiklet. wont
ud inline Ht .V ct-nt; liut we have
dvcldid fir a short time only, to .
Ktve tlni-e aons lnioks sway I' HE II .
Among the old favorite onjf tbe
loi'k coutnins ntv: Aiiurict, Aniite
Iiurle, Auld Ent'R Syne, Ivnttie;
Hymn of Hh- lU-puMlc, ColumtiU the ;
KV'iui'ttlio tKt-HU, Couilu Throngu ;
the live. Plsle'a Ind, Par Away.;
Plug of the Frw, t"Ve it n 1UM, !
llonu'Swift Home, Iu the (Sloam-j
lug. Ul Kindly Light, Umg. Ixing j
Ago. My ld Kentucky Home,;
Vunki-e looU.t, Hold 11 Aditir, Hot kel
in tho t'rndle of the Ui-p, 8tnri
1isiikII Haiiin-r, Sw ne Hlvrr,
.'sssti-t nd Iaiw, Swing Low Swtvtj
"harit. The Iist Howe of SunmuT, ;
I he Hlue IVU of S'tland, The Old
Onkeii Huvket, Wliftt tlm Swallow,
Holm-ward Fly. etc. I
TtM Litrrary F-utoriH-nn U valu
able dollnr inagAsiiie devoid to IJt-
rt (ir, Mui-u-. I iK-try ul I nintlug
uiU'lviiu'iitiug the work l tl
hTst Euti-n'iiii culture niovviiunl.
It h liiMthiitL'U to teat'lH-rn and Iu
strmtor and n in-ity In every
home w here polite Wrnlug aud lin-provciii-it
t diltd. For Use pur
p,H of ijuiilly lutrvHluelng the
nuts;tliio every w licrt', we pnHwe to
ud It to ony uddiv4 tor U
inoiitliH for J.V In stlsvr ir 1 u l
nl.tiiipK. nud wild eo-y it ld
Time 8ougi" h lKve, ttt4utfly
FHEE. S.'udiukk lorv thl orti-r
U withdrawn, to tin? Futvrjea.
lloiue Seeker' llscuraioua.
On Dec. 16, Jan. 6 and JO, Feb.
j and 17, March 3 and 17, April
and Jl. the Fnco ln will wll
round tnp tickets at one fare plut
Sj.oo 10 points in Missouri. Ar
kansas, Indian Ty., Oklahoma,
Tests, Kansas, Anions; Colorado,
Iowa, Louisiana, Mich'gatu Mmne-
... t fc St'
tota, eDiassa, iew ;ciko,
Soith aud South Dakota, L'tah,
Wisconsin. Northern Mich sn,
Wsoniing, Alabama, Florida,
t.icvijia, Kentucky, Mississippi,
Noilii and South Carolina, Tennes
see, and Viigiuia. Minimum. $9.
Good !J da)S gjiag J slaj to
icoM ou txenvsots.
Select; Knljrnf and 1i:rn
On !.! Frilis- r-t ' '"-'
ti'-oa e!etit 0 t I. ' v ti - 'i .4
A. V. CaT.i.V-ri:, I'm. vm.
W. E. Mayer. 1st V. V.
Mms Elia Hntto'1. i? V, f.
W. G. Myerley, Pt;'i 5r
W. W. Cbee?t rt. Tr'i'-irtr.
VV. II. TIoms, Cr,-I ni,r
Mrs. Susie (5rook, I G it"',
Fred Mercbiot, 'e Gui' J
Tbos. Mancbesttr. J. A. fir,.'
aid F. H. ChtverlMt, troves.
Drs. W. R- Ht)!miS rJ JEW.
Ltntas'er, eitrnir.ir.g t vic'.ir.i.
This cr Jtr is said t l-e o '.
lent condition and is wsck.Z "
make neit year
the bt'.t in lli l :
DR. G. N. SHARP,'
And Manbfafture r of
Family Irudt j 1
Have you a mh or v-;
from a cold? If o try It. ;
Cfrf; II AND Et'.v; lli.Xl.Ui. j
Ilyoaare troubH i:5i ti 5 "-' ti
or toniM:h trouhk" o- !
For aQ j.aicsar, i a', ; '.;.
Tbe tetei riu-J m- 1,t 1
others, the wKI troreyoa. Try tVtn.j
Needles, Shuttles, Ban-is acd O.Li
NEW AND j
We boy, iw-ll orexchHDrw-forl S-.sr. 1
goods. We are a--ri'. !r .ej
Sew Home Sowing Machine 1
and carry attachrun? fr t,'A tun-'.
chine. Furniture rHinit"!. m-'-.i. .
i.VD STOTK EKPAIKIMi A ! 1 ' 1 A 1.1 V. '
J. a. juhi) Ac c:o. I
Kirk r.uildin?. North - St. I
Rich Hill, - - .Mi-MMirJ. ,
TLMGE KOtSE D2L0 STORL
T.CY YOl'K PERFl'MES HEKE
Wk Cabrt PALMEU S fri t! rti:l.
PERXME. C-HK VEliT CrT UiLL
One of tbe enetiti.il tJiiis
About an Insurance jmii. y U
that It actnallT incur'. A Si
our rxilicWu, either Flrv.Oji I"iie.
LUe, Accident, Sickm- or 1'Jnte
Oliuta, are written in tin' wry
best rotnttAnk- and at t
We r (in your real eit.-te
tfire yon ever lienr f n J. iv. r.
If you want to lv, .- mr l.-t.
PROWELL & COOK,
Rich Hill, iMo.
Fancy Kockero, MorrtOi.-tirs,
Hail TreI P.ovik C. CUit a
OsMcta, Side Hoard, Uv
Fancy Mirrors, Hu. Th fi;i
eat and laryt atx k of pU turi-
and tnu ever brought o Hk tl
1 Doar-n of II. with' l"-m t
photo w !'l ujily 12 tri. -u-U
with a Xnos pisiK tit, ttsou
want ihotf. caU nut t.iw.-s
alttitig at onoe n tin' li.-.i- 1
short to sri-t th,m tvuij k-u-d.
W. G. MURIIV
Has the most coniflct
ia the city.
Only sevea core das tilt Ci.iijt-1
mts. it you nasi a i-u;i .1 m
Clirismts Goods, visit cur stole
Ketuember we lue yleety ci
Cit Class, Go!J ni Siiur
batches, CfcJins el &ll lit
Utest St)l(s, s;iurirc
Souveair SiH)CES, Perry Stcor,
Sjjtr Spoocs, ativl evnvthir sUt
useful or ottisa.entil a wtiM
Cume and see rout ar.J k.u
tuiely nJ sometaia to suit out
hustaod. brcshff, fjthtf. s i!c,
mother, sistri or swerthciit.
From one of the largest manufac
turers in Nesr York to have pur
chased $5000-00 -Trorth of
HOHTE CARLOS, JRG2T5,
AT 50 CEHTS Oil THE DOLLAR.
These garments are all the latest
styles and are on sale no at
prices never before heard of. In
Overcoats is Suits
vre are making Special Lot7
Prices for the Holiday Trade.
Our Stock is Complete in all De
partments. We invite your In
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Read The Tribune.
We desire to call your atten
tion to our stylish dress shirts.
They are tho well known
"Monarch" brand are of the
newest patterns, aro cut to lit
aud aro well made in every
Monarch stilf bosom shirts in
small black and white, and
blue and white figures and in
neat black and white, and blue
and white stripe. They havo
the style and fit usually lound
in &1.50 shirts- G1.00.
H. V. GEIGER
CltriataaAa m! S'w
jet to po.st wiit. s-jei tr-.-. at
I one fare fcer tc r-i-i tr p. an :Le
3t,aodJ!5. 1, r-rt Jt c! J
tickets 1 Jaa. x. M c'mitt
rate cects. R. A. ntLT.Ajft.
Get yr Job Prin;;sj d at
The THi&tTrr cJEce-