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COiiSE M AF1D
AED LET US
SHOW YOU !
still have a lot ot
J LOCAL 15 It 1 MS. J
l'm.l Tiik Thii i ni .
The Farmer' lJimie K',iautanl
is hi ndijimiters (or crindy. nut and
Tim Thihcnk's telephone it No.
31. Send ut tlie local news by
Mrs. Joe Cowan and children
are up from Conlgatr, Ind. Ty., to
spend the holiday.
Mrs. C. G. Harnett went to Kan
sas City Sunday on a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. Thad Burch.
Mis I'eresr I'riichard is spend
ing the holidays wish relatives and
and friends at I'aola, Kans.
Cecil Ames is at home from Ra
ker University at Baldwin, Kans.,
to spend the Christmas vacation.
Mr. L. P. Wade and family will
remove to Nevada the First ci Janu
ary. Good people wherever tl.ey
Go to the Farmer' Home Res
taurant w hen in the city, and you
will find it O. K. for lunch, or
Kev. Wesley Lattin is .somewhat
improved Irom his last severe at
tack and his many friends hope for
the better now.
All the churches in the city held
appropriate services for the children
last night anJ the enjoyment was
full and complete.
I have houses for sale for from
$0Oup to $1000, on easy pay
ments and long time. Come and
ee me. Geo. 1'. Uuckeby.
Mrs. Martha. J. Cross, widow of
the late Elliott Cross, has beer,
gi anted a pension of $S per month.
Geo. I, Huckrby was her attorney.
Geo. Underhill came in Saturday
fIT nil f I fl 17 Q J evening from Haker University to
that we are
selling- : : :
tuveyr KtM..hn'a an J fam
v, .m!1 r end rnaa here.
New a t.rtt r I rufit !; ll.t.i..
I'imtob Tn 1 v.fs ' :
De?r Ji 11. .' !
) our succi s i i r i. w s . ..:
ami all otlirt( t-xc.-rn t .;r j--.' .
Hut if liif Kiptil i.tj.i ',':''
win in 'JO Kild (he fiiiiiy
the does under i!s di;ii
there will be consolation 'n
thought that there will be 111 -re ,.
(ertntr It rr.iiM.ran (l:;in Ijcrn'.cl
and us Democrats can ay ' e toM 1 l','v1)''
you o " j M' Nellie Chance is spending
As you are cW-tlen a ne. v r : ' ChiMma holidays with fiiends
continue to have sscatl.ei I" la'k ' '""'-'r'
about. While it is an unu-ual kind When you want a good meal, ot
for this time of the )r, j t the . lunch, gi to the Farmers' Home
same thin has hanoencd bcf'.ne an.l HftaotmL
- - r. fi
M.- I ! ll.ne, of Kns Ci'y,
i -.j .i flli e h';id-i) wuh ff r .'
Dns'r o IMIM, the cil hr
rsins in Fted Mills at N. Johannts
,!1X S ...
in the city
j Jjrcit L".. rilry aid
j c;.tt of the river, were
most every body lised through it.
We drove to Sheldon lat vnk in
W. F. Tygard attended tl e fun
eral of Mrs. L. J. Hurch at Car-
the spring wagon. Got ti t re and ; ihae Monday.
back the same day, and ta be l-.oneM j L,.ner . pjv.
about it hase seen wot.r roads.
But they are bad enough for all
fnkn o nt linm lait Satur-Iv 3n.I j
j Rich II. 11 friends.
Mrs. W. T. Pyles went to Vir
ginia Tuesday to spend Christmas
la.kna, Calif., spending the holidays
j with home fulls.
Ira Hovce and family, of Kansas
reports the roads about Kich Hill
much worse than ours. We have a
great deal of sand in our soil (and
some in our gizzarc's) and our
roads do not ett so t nd as in t!:e
black and gumbo land. j
Feeding, preparing feed and ' tmcrtaiuing Mrs,
i)i friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mr. John Forrer are
Geo. Bry son, of
chores in general, constitute the mm
total of our last week's work. One
year ago nearly, it not quite, one
half of the spring plowing was com
pleted. If there has been acre
plowed for spring sjtdms: so fjr
this season. I have not sren iu A
renter undertook to plow in one of 1
our fields for oats, but the ground Democrat, is quite severely ill of
J' j !in, during the holidays.
Mrs. R. M. Dale, of Harwood,
Mo , is in the city visit-ng ber
daughter, Mrs. Ed. McQuitty, and
Mr. Shelby Catr, father of W.
Carr of the Norman, Okla..
HtiTo T w.t rv j
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I l!.Te so act i j-jt ,;t t
ZrA tnt '..i'tnt r 1 f. a 1 -t!
a(trr.ti'n n it f'r the t er f t 1,
others, j;trnvt rr.e to say thr.'nj..'
the columns of your eicr i.'er.t aj-r
that lor a!xmt tf o years I was Iron V
led with what tJ.e doftors ca'ltr
catarrh of the iformsch. At anj
rale I could scarcefy est ar-ytf.irj
without great suftring I d:tore'
until X almost dcipJutd cf ttr.t
ing well again. Fortunately 10m
one recoTimendeJ Dr. G. N
Sharp'a D'gestine. 1 hire tVer
four bottles of the D'gestin and mtt
so far improved I cmi eat mv rga
Jar meals without suffering an-
wha'.rser. and since c-os-.nier.cir.a: U
take the medicine base gtir.el 11
pounds and (eel I.ke new pcrso
I could scarcely sleep lfre I t
gasj taking the medicine, now I
sleep sound and rest well bke I d.c:
when a child. 1 recommend Dr
Sharp's Digest :ne as one cf the test
medicines made for any totr,cfc
trouble. Yours Truly,
ti l.iCl f) l-li! IjUliOo
. . AND .
A Happy fiew Year
was so wet he could not see straight
and ran hi. furrows "whanker'ing"
H. HlanKenbeker and
across the field and after one or two 1 little son, arrived yesterday on a
rounds gave it up. vivt to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
It is my gues that next spring's jJ. W, Snider,
seeding and planting will be away M,s. Lee Porter and little
late. i daughter are visiting Mrs. Porter's
Prices on country produce con-! parents, Col. and Mrs. E. Haynef
tinue to soar aloft and to the a i r- j aud family of Butler.
spend the holidays with home folks
down on the farm below Carbon
Clyde Cooperider is in the city to
spend the holidays with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cooperider.
Clde is quite a handsome manly
looking young man.
This is the time of year to get
straight with the world in order to
start in right Jan. 1st. Hour sub
scribers who are in arrears will call
and settla it will grastly accommo
Mr. and Mrs, R. B. Noble and
little daughter Ruth, and Miss
Rachel Crabb, of Burlington Junc
tion, Mo., are spending the holiday
season wi'h their parents, Mr. and
Mir. Willis Crabb.
Coll T. Orr. of I.awton, Okla.v
will spend the holiday vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. M. Orr, and other friends.
Little Miss Susie Wolverton will j
accompany him home to viits the
family of L. II. Bird out on the
John Bird, who has been visiting
relatives and friends in this vicinity
and at Hume, returned to his borne
at Bellamy, Mo., laU Saturday.
Juhn is getting as handsome as his
father and kn.ks like his mother,
winch is ssid to be a sign of good
luck for a boy.
The evening program ot Old
Folks Day w carried out Sunday
evening at the Walnut Street M. C.
Church iu the presence of a large
age eater a turkey for Xma' dinner
is out of sight and not to be thought
of IlJC to 15c per pound.
We have an overgrown Larphan
cockrrell that showed the white
feather in his plumaee, and a web-
footed pullet, in a coop fattening.
We are going to stuff them with
oyster dressing and have craubctrie
and celery and play we fcre eating
turkey. Won't that be nice!
Bellamy, Mo. C. A. Bnsn.
Mrs. I J. Iturt h l)e;td.
Mrs. Buret), widow of the late
L.J. Burch, for many scars a ieci
dent of Rich Hill, and mother ot
Thad and Georgia ISurch. n uell
known to many of our citizens, dn-d
at the home of her son in Kxnnl
City, last Saturday iiij;!it, after a i
sickness extending over 'eeill
Geo. G. Lane is home from St.
Louis Medical College to spend the
Christmas holidays with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Lane.
Miss Mary Cate and Mrs. Effie
Smalley are borne lrom Richards to
-pend Christmas and New Years
with relatives and friends.
Mrs. D. R. Hartzell, of Mone
ys w Spring, Mo., was visiting
fiiends and looking after real es
tate interests here last week.
Frank Williams was in the city
j Munday with his boy Ralph, doing
' "iuie Christmas shopping and at
tending to business matter.
Andrew Ducat of Carbon Center,
renumbered the editor with a nie
f.it Plymouth Rock chicken for
1 Chnvtnias dinner. Ducats will do
to I ".-1 on.
C!i-vc Young has resigned his po-
I wish to add rr?
testimony to the efEciencr of Dr.
G. N. Sharp'a medicine known a
"Digestine." I'or a cumicr of
years I have been troul-'e J with in
digestion. I had tried a number ot
doctors, some of whom said ray
trouble was a female complaint that
could never be cured without an
operation. I was fearful of the re
sult of such a performance, I was
so reduced and enfeebled by con
tinuous sickness. I could cot do
my own work and was a constant
care to a kind and isdj'zent bos-
band and familr, and rea"r be-
ieve I would have died. In one of
my worst spells of sickness my bus
band happened to call in Dr. G. N.
Sharp who pronounced my trouble
indigestion and prescribed for me
his medicine called Digestine, and
at once I began to get better. Six
bottles of that medicine Las worked
revolution m my condition. I
can now do a reasonably good days
housework and feel better than I
ever expected to feel again. I owe
it all to Dr. Sharp's Digestine.
s:.:io: at Loeb Si Bros, store and
months. Deceased left the . tvs a i ""'
children above mentioned, t o;;, c ! ! i-'one into the railway mail service
whom were with her in ber 1..M i Another Rich Hill boy in govern.
k.,r. Th. kn,t,. n,,.t t,v i U'f'-l service. The 1 r'.rune wishes
her children, passed through Kich j "ess.
ff'tltr 1 . . I I - . 1 .. vr 1 . . .
11111 .nuuuny, ij ut nuiiru ai vni- .H Himt urJnl lias resignej ois
thage, the former home of deceased. I position at the Missouri Pacific de
pot and assumed bis duties as a
u Iwav postal clerk, to which he
Mrs. Burch was well and fjvor!'!v !
known by a large nuraSrt of our
citixens all cf whom sympathize
with the bereaved son and daughter.
COMING, US, COVING
to Rich Hill, Saturday, 27th inst .
a brigade of "Salvationists," to
begin a meeting under t!i: auspic a
w.ts appointed some days ago. Je
nunc will do his duty wherever he
U put. Tits Tribune believes be
will be a successful postal clerk.
Uur Kmh correspondent gets
Ben Hand's picture in Dick Wood's
Let Us Smile" column of the St.
of the Walnut Street M, F. Church, j Louis Chronscle of last Sunday
The first service w. ill be au open! Hen and our correspondent recog
and appreciative audience, and air meeting, ai J 130 p. 111. j mcl the cotuctness ol the picture
I be licipcrs in tticli liiil wt;i It Jut t.i t glance. Dick Wood is a!
practically the same persons l.o w y interesting and his work alone
I OPERA I1
were well pleased with the enter
tainment. Every iteitt of the pro
gram was mulcted first class and
was cty appropriate In the occasion.
You just csnt keep a good man
down. There's W. O. Alkeson
aj'aiu in the newspaper business.
He is in on the ground tl.H.r with
The Centtal West now, devoted
piiitcipally to real rotate and live
tock business. Thk Tniki'Xk
wishes bun and his partner, E. B.
Atkinson, abundaitt success in their
Coif man C Wirt, a vctetan of
the Mexican and civil war. died at
ihe National Heme Disabled Vet
etan Soldiers, December l?th. He
was about 8.) years of age, and
foimer old citien of Rich 11.11, well
and faxorably known bv most of
our older ciluci.s. He was tor
1n1.11t.rrof yeacs one ot the mo
f.iitlilul members of General Canby
l'ot, G. A. R. and took his trans
fer card atter going to the Soldiers'
Home. Thus one more of the old
i conn tides has answered to the last
roll call. Who'll be the next?
lieu ttie meeting in i.uticr 1:1
which there were over 130 profess
Cept. Fted Andrews and wit.
and Lieutenant Gcins ill t the.
helper at the aurt, assisted la
ter on by Adjutant Cau.be U of.
A cordial invitation is extended
to all the people ot Kuli Hili to at
tend the nieetir.s.
W. T. hits, Paster.
D. D. UIGKEY.Prop
nichHill, - Mo.
I pay highest pi ices for all kinds
of junk metals, iron, bones and
tega. J. W, Dis-ou,
Catarrh C'uuot ! t'irrt
with UK"AI, .rn.li V l ioN.. k
ll-y enntiot rei h tin- n';it J tl. ii
mim. ('utnrrli U n M.x.d .re..ui-ti
tutlonitl dlto'itw, nnd hi inI. r t
curv It you ruuM tnl. liit iti..l n .
edlo. Kitll'a t'ntJirrli t'wrv ti. t ak. .
InUTiinlty, a ml net dln-etly ..11 (!,.
l.loiHl nd mm u ;n t.i. .. ll.u'l
t'utarrU l'ur I not a tft.-iek uu'-li
blue'. It nerilH-d I'V on.- ..
tli iMwt phjUin 111 thin eoiiiitrs
for years, nu.l lit n ri-pul.tr ivmi i;i
thin It W coni..il ol tin- tvs
tout. know n, roiutonod w tth ti e
U-t t'KxKl put liter, m tnu iln-. i;
on t U niucvitm mif i.- . tin" i(.- t
t'iiii'.liiutlu (t tlx' tH.i t.
Uwhat nvlnT Mich w oii'l. i (ul r-.
suit In enrtnt: ('tt.irrli S.11I t. r
v. J. t m:KY )., 1 ..u-i..,
hohl by OrutftUt., 7x.
lltUl'a Fauiiiy FiU re th U ;
is woith the subscription price of
tlie Cl'.tonicle many times over.
Mr. John T. Wea'hcr some time
;n got tip a form of theck that l
tracts nuich attention. The cloth
ing lii.ue of A. B. Kirscl.baum ol
riii'delphia, one of the largest es
tablishmentf in America, wrote bins
a few days ago complimenting him
on the foitu and asking for a Copy
that they might have- some prinied
just l.le it.
We Extend to All
With many thanks fortho
liberal patronage you have
given us in the past.
With a continued in
crease in our business vre
are going to make extraor
dinary efforts during the
coming year to gain
of your trade. Wait
w- r" -s
For particulars see next
We vrill have so
gains for you at
!lf CI) W 5 1
. mJ jJL X-l) o If
u 1 ' 1
Lift Yoor lrprtT w.
It yo-j des:re to c.spo tit yvr
farm, let me sIi it i-x yoa. If you
want to exchange it for gd lar.j'
m western Kansas, and get three to 4 fiPPV KflV F f
six acres lor one, I wiU make as 1 ILAtU
effort to do so. 1 wi'.l be at Hotel j ,n - f n .
Lee in Adrian, Mo., Dec 1 1 ; at the 1 1 1 I I N A V Ct I FT N
Home Seekera Excarsions.
On Dec 16, Jan. 6 and 20, Feb.
3 and 17, March 3 and 17, April 7!
and 21. the Frisco line will sell
round trip tickets at one fare plus
Sj.oo to points in Missouri. Ar
kansas, Indian Ty., Oklahoma,
Texas, Kansas, Arizona, Colorado,
Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan. Minne
sota, Nebraska, New Mexico,
North and South Dakota. Utah.
Wisconsin. Northern Michigan,
W yoroing, Alabama, Florida,
Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi,
Nona and South Carolina, Tennes
see, and Virginia. Minimum.
Good ij davs roine 21 davs to
Mr. Ed EHedjre anJ A. O. Black
are borne from Kansas to spend the
winter in Missouri. They think of
running a saw mill down in the
timber this winter on Wm. Burrows
Merchants Hotel in Rich Hill, Dec;
IJ, W. O- Atkeson's Law OSce in j
Buller, Dec 13. Come in on the j
above dates and list your property.
or write me, giving fall de-scription, f
price and terms. I' think I e
or exchange your firm Ijt you if,
V. G. MYERLEY
Has the rs. -,t eoflte tt:k
ia tie ci;C.
the price is rijbt. Cheap tracspor-
tation ta Western Kansas Nor.
r It Xrrr--
GrainS eld. Kansas, f
Re me at ber we have pieaty cf
Cet Class, G!1 izi s:!ver
C'liristmma and New Year t
Holiday rate-s, 19OJ-3. The M. j
O. I'. Rr., wi'.l s;i excvrsit'R tick- j
ets to p:nts ssr.h.a 100 ir.. ci. at)
one fare for the round trip, on the ;
I .Utctcs, Cfcaiss sf ill II
followi.ii dte, Dec. 21, 3
Ji.aadjn. 1, return l.ar.A of a
juveoir Spacs. Dctty Spoces,
tickets is Jaa. 2. Minimum tel.ir.g ' or crsaxtaui lit a saluatle
rate so ctntK R. A. Bailey, Agt. ' Cl.ristniii Picfeat.
Spe Ut Ob Way Low lUte. j Cctre ao l sre 00 as J yya
On Dec. 16, Jan. 6 and 20, Feb.''-"1)" i -a,e?iS n
3 and 17, Mch. 4 and 17, April husband, trctLtr, father, wife,
tiicr, siitet or intetheart.
7 and 21, the Frisco J i tier r',V
tickets at one-half fare plus $2 co
to points in Arkansas, Indian Ty. ;
OkUhoma, Texas, Louiiua and
Ni Mexico. -
VV. G. MYERLEY
.1. V. IMtuo KfH-ood llttd More.
If in need of anything in our l ne
cull 111 and get prices. I hase the
l.u (;t t stock of second har.J pools
in in w n, and also carry a nice line
1 i new i;oods. Hase a nice line cf
ut w healcis. Boy your furniture
i t 11. e, I can sase sou money. Will
buy. sell, or trade. Corner Sixth
and Walnut, Rich Hill, Mo.
'rot eel Your
Hi'il fr. t v ili1-
ii.l. ut m suniM. 1'.t. Mni
ri 1 n" tx..wl UiU M..Vtt.(i-
i..t..;i. i. r.
MAIM HALS M
aaf S '-..-.. s, k 4 aW-ltX
i s sj w a- jw-s) v
1 W t li.x.i S.X .
i Osas ss.sk a a-.fi W.
FARMER'S FRIEND FEED rilLLS.
THIS IS OUR BEST TWO-HORSE FEED MILL,
WHICH WE RECOMMEND TO EVERYBODY.
DEOCRITTION: Fstra Urge sue. double cob crusher. Lkc tee.'.,
burs, rues on ctui'.eJ steel I a.i t eatings. Weight 5 J lb. Ca.
to 50 busheis per tour. Jiiuchbur. tur Sjrcial cut pi!-
Tlnf tutlsx Ins 'rvmluut f.irt.irr n.l (. kMu-u v !:. th: u..'l nr. I 1 ri.:i.o;uv H t:
KICH HILL Mil. I'V... fal.-r. t Un. Mv-vilni.l. I'lum-.-t M. t..n:t'.iu. J.. i:
NrVl.k, MlV Jauu- Siiv, IVu i tt.it mun, I. N. Wauvr, Joliu lir . W tn.ui.
l-MAtt, atO.-Ttf. Mms. N. U. Jvscy, M. Cart. r. J. IX. I'.iu,. J, IK l .i
Wo also have the Waterloo. Feed Mill at
Irr.v I . t
Hlch Hill, Mo.
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