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Conic in and
still have a lot of
OF ALL L1IIES
that w,e are
selling' : : :
Wishing All a
D. D. H1CKEY. Prop
Rich Hill, - Ho.
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
KATY CUAiR CARS
OPCRATCD BY THE COMPANY
Head Tim TnmrK(.
Ci!I Orr returned to Law Inn.
Oil., Monday eycninrj.
Percy Lane cams burnt Tuesday
noon from Fleming Kansas.
Mis Ahhit Harnett teturned
from a'viait It) Kansas City Sunday
Thf Farmers' Home Restaurant
tt headquarters for candy, nut and
Mr. J. R. Park, of Mound City.
Kans. , is viaitinf the family of Col.
T. V. Ted ford.
II. G. Spraker and family re
turned from a holiday visit at liar
Thk Taibl.vk's telephone it No.
3. Send ui he local news b
Mii May Martin was visited by
her friend, Mias Ethel Lefller, of
Adrian, over Sunday.
Mesdames Harcourt andChown-
Ing of Kansas City, were visiting
their sister, Mrs. Lee Porter, this
Go to the Farmers' Home Res
taurant when in the city, and you
will find it O. K. for lunch, or
R. M. Dale, of Walker, after a
short visit to bis daughter. Mrs. E.
K. McQuitty, returned home last
Harry Hines and rister. Mi&s Ida.
are down from Kansas City visiting
friends and relatives in Rich Hill
The Bazaar is e!!ing holiday
toys at greatly reduced rates. Now
is the time to get bargains for the
C R. Walters, of the Review,
attended a meeting of the Board of
Managers of the Nevada Asylum,
la tt Monday.
Mrs. Pearl Chiles, of Su Louis,
is visiting ber parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. 13. Lane, at their home
eat of the river.
The lucky number, 71, that drew
the oiusic box at Mrs. Ames' B
taar w as held by Mr. F. H. Cough
Ian, of St. Joseph, Mo.
Mrs. Nora Maupin, of Lawton,
Okia., is siaiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Shockey, Mit of the
river, during the bolida)s.
I have houses for Sale for from
$100 up to $1000, on easy pay
ments and long time. Come and
see me. -Gso. P. HicKtsv.
Mrs. Geo. A. Huckeby departed
Sunday morning on a trip to vimI
relatives in the Indian Ty. She
will be abacnt about two weeks.
Mr. V. V. Crocket of Nelon,
Kansas, was married by Squire
Hetmttect at Iiutler, Chiiatmas day,
to Mis Anna Helm, of Rich Hill.
Mrs. S. L. Ames, at the Haraar.
is reducing atock to invoice. If you
want holiday goods, millinery or
chinawarc at less than coit. call at
4 I acres in Camden county. 3 Va
miles from county seat, to trade lor
team, wagon and harnes- If you
want this call at once. Phwmi.
At the Bazaar Mrs. Ames is sell
ing millinery at less than cot. Bar.
gain plenty tor a few days. Come
and get mot than )0ur moneys
II. H. Fraier of the mountains
of Wyoming, is shaking band with
his numerous friends in and around
Rich 11.11. Mr. Ft a tier think
thrte Is no place hie the mountains.
Little Mis Suie Wolverton, in
company with Mr. L. H- Bird,
made The Tmibi ni dike a pleas
ant call, all too shott, Monday
Guido Jaeger is in the city on a
sitit to his family and to took alter
his propeity Inlereats here. He
has jut finikhed up a $ 50,000 w a
terworks syttctn for Gieenville,
Mr. Jas. H. Cook w ill remove to
Willow Springs alwut the 15th of
January. He has leased his ahop
and the induttry will continue here
as usual, under the management of
Mr. Geo. G. Cook.
Miss Jessie Cook, daughter of
Mr. Jas. Cook, tha Nfajle street
blacksiinth, adtr a short courtship
of a few day, married a Mr. J. Jay
Fox, at Nesada, last Satuiday.
Marriage Is somewhat cf a lotttry
but sometimes prises ait wen. May
it t 14 it) this esse.
Marshall L. V. olf ami Miert.Uii
On ChrUtnia day we wrre
tilling in our vC'i.t: tliii.lmtj tner
the weary lot of a p'.or country tdi
torand wondering whirr our r.ni
Chritma dinner wtoc'oe fiom.
a knock at our door around 11 ;
from our meditation. and weidj
mechanirally, "Come in." I'
stepped Marihall L. Wolfe, all the
way Irom Sheridan, Wyoming. He
hasn't grown a day older in ap
pearance than he looked twrn'y
years ago. If he was tongue-tied
we might think he couldn't ta!k,lut
he's not tongue-tied at all, and ihe
way he talked ai.d
talked about !
Wyoming and Sheridan Co. in par
ticular, made us forget our sur
roundings and winh we were in
Sheridan county right away. Whtn
that board of trade out there gae
him that little pamphlet, ' VVr-y
Sheridan." they did a p!cndid Ur.i,
but that only give him a text. We
don't know how long he can talk,
hut he intrrtttnl ui lumethin? kss
. , , ,,i
than half a diy and would have
i , . i. ... hands at the bu&ine, ate run rung
stayed longer but he was in a hurry
U see some other people. From ,hc "M-urant formerly run for so
the repre.enl.tion of Mr. Wolfe j lfjnZ fc? Hc"rr T- OW
that is an excellent country to ett'e Qcr). A. Huckeby. of the Cowles-
m. The government is putting in McKibben firm, took a trip Tues
one of its largest forts right near )0 Fo?er, Pleaanton Kansas
Sheridan and is building one of it snd other points in the intereUs of
largest reservoirs near thre for pur- firm.
pose of irrigation which will mike
. . . . , . t S. L. Standish. banker of Hume,
that one of the most productive
t-i , land cne of Bates county s best Ke-
countnes n the world. The poia- i J
, ,! publican citizens, w as in the c:tr
cabbages are the rule; oat from S' !
to too bushels to the acre, and !
wheat from 30 to 50 per acre and
all A I; fruits and berries the hnet
you ever saw, and the mining iuter-
ests of the state unsurpasred (except j
by Missouri). The great Bur!;ng- j
ton railroad route i extending its 1
lines into all that territory and Icnd-I
country. Anvone interested in that i
part of the country can learn more
about it by addressing the Commer
cial Club, Sheridan, Wyoming, and
get full and complete information.
Death or Sutlbj Curr.
Mr. Shelby Carr, one of Rich
Hill's pioneers, died last Friday
evening at his home in this city,
after a short illness of pneumonia,
in the 79th year of his age. He
was born in McmphU, Tenn., can.e!
to Cooper county,Miouti, in I completed a large supply ot neat
where he married Miss Martha A. ! calrndur for Dr. G. N. Sharp, ad
Carr, the widow who sun ive him. I vertioing his valuable family medi
Walker M. Carr of the Nounan, j cint. These calendars are for free
Okla. Democrat is the only child ;J,mi .bution and you can get one by
living. The family came to Rah j
Hilt in 1SS0 and the son worked in
tnc Gaaette oirice, the fsrt nevs
paper establ;shed in Rich Hill, tor
more than a year. j
The subiect of this sketch v. as a!
man of excellent character, a
brr ot the Christian church, who
lived up to the full standard of his
profession and was a moilel tillin.
The funeral was preached Sjturdav
afternoon by Rev. R. R. Cffey,
late pastor ot his church and the re
mains were buried in Green Lawn
cemetery. Thus one by one e go
soon to be forgotten in the hurry
and bustle of a busy world, tt
Mr. ChrU Smith.
On last Friday at hi iti
dence in this otr, Mr. Chris Smith.
drparted this Me in ihe 5Mb j ear id
cis age. 11 was one 01 iun nui
pioneer citieens and had l-een
lor some months, tie
father of Mr. John Smith of H
Locb 5i Bro's. store and Frank M.
Smith uf Kansas City. Mr. Smith
has twice married and tonics the
sous above mentioned leaves a wile
and four younger children. He
carried two thousand dollars insur
ance on his life ia the A. O. V. W.
and one thousand in the FMnklsn
Lile Ins Co., of Illinois.. His body
was taken to Scammon, Kansas, tor
Catarrh i'auuut be. t'sircil
with 1AXAL Ari'l U'.VTKlNS.
tl-y run not rvmh the -t ot ttiv ill
mtx. t'aturrh ta a tlo 1 orc.nil
tutlounl Ot'. and la r.U-r t-
cure It you niunt tKe tutcrual rv-m
iMk. llall'a I'ntarrU tXiro I taW.n
Ititt-rnally, and avta dltttS. n tW
IiI.hmI ninl mixoui mirl.nii. Hull .
Ottarrht'urv U not a ijU'uk v.i.-lt
Mne. It m pn-w itl"d lv n' f
tlii-Ut 1 tiyl Imi- In tl' touiitrj
(or year. aul l n-ular i i1j
tiou It ta coiupwl "1 ttx-- t-t
tmla know ii. !!. I not itli tlo
ll I.IihmI iMinftrrs. tttirf il:r..
on t!ie uiuynt nmt-
ei.iul'lnntlon ft tlw t' Ui;i ! ui
la wht prihtun ihli wsn.lviul n
aii'.la lu curing l trrli t. i
1 J. fllf.NKV IA . TsMsdo, O.
hold by U it; s;t... T.
liail'a Fw:y I'aa:-
f.rt v:r Job Printing d jte at
Win. Hern, li e Heme tea!-!e
ir.s-i, was in the city Monday.
V. hen yra want a good meal, r
It: lie h, go to the Farrr.ers" Home
p4 , , Mlfn
t' t f II, -...a
ate t-.tnJir2 the l.ol.dass Vinlit.l
r I '... t . - I i . t t.fHrn.l I
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Sunday from a trip to vtait friends .'
William Un Jcrwood of Kansas
City, Has visitirg Lee Porter aid
family the firtt of the week.
Mr. M. M. Jones and her n!eie
liotn Jones miii, east of the nrer.
were in the city Tueaday shopping.
Adam Setlinger came over from
c.w of the river Sunday and took
the early morning train Monday for
Meters. Ptowell & Cook, like old
T! enl ci!I
made this office
Walker Carr, who has been in
attendance at his father's funeral,
returned to bis home in Norman,
(Jkia. Monday, taking his mother
w ; 1v1
She will make her home
Mr. G. M. Bennett and children
w i(h i tT M, LouiM O'Brien
f Iir'noIs' wbo ere on
i-!t to her sister, went over to
RockiHe Tuesday last to viwt
relatives and friends for a few days.
Mr. D. W. Warren and Mis
Nora Stephens were united in mar
riage by Rev. W. T, Pyles at the
lenience of C. L. PhiJer, Christ
mas night. The bride is a sister of
Mrs. FhHer. They will live in
The Thibi.-ni office has just
calling at bis otT;ce on Paik Avenue,
The Salvation Army lo!ds the
fort" at the Walnut Street M. E.
Chmch, and are holding daily and
niL'htv meelines of interest to the
mem-jrr5 "nJ UrEe crowds flock to
'hear the KoP:i proclaimed in Sal-
( .. .1 ' .111. .v rtA f-.iiKf
Theodore Montgomery, lumber
merchant of Clinton, and his fami
ly, ate Christmas tuiley wiih Mr.
li. K. Williamson, lumber merchant.
f Rich Hill, and his family, thus
making the arrangement a regular
family atfair. While in the city Mr
Montgomery called on us and made
the editor glad with his genial con
serration and pointed talk, for you
know nii-ncy always talks.
On the fallowing dates the Mis
i souri Pacific Railway will ell or'e
way colonist tickets to Indian
i Tv. Louisiana, Missouri. Oklaho-
j ma and Texas, at greatly reduced
., v . ... t . r--.
j and 16, Jan. 6 and to, Feb. 3 and
ir. And 7 and ji. R. A. Baiiiv
Judje V. T. Duvall was a litr
al entertainer Christmas day. lie
h J a ttenty-pound turkey on hand
and ca'ued in his relations fun)
EiDitado Springs and Hutler to
hf'p hut! est it, and then had
enough left to keep himself sr.d
wile lor a week. I5en Moore and
wife and Mrs. O'Brien, of Holler,
and Mrs. Found and grand-danh-ti
t of F'.Dcrado Springs, were his
u.Mi.'is, besidfs others. We Jo't
kn.'W which the JavlfiO jped
r.i st, the tuikry or the conraDy.
hut he' had a situle on his face
ever since like a pocr n ai'a hase
(com (yjrar to (v)tar. There
ar i fi-wmen who i jvy gooJ ttiinss
nuue thso the Judj;e,
CAA. I t.'l-is,Ulj
h n.K ttt it. Biia I mi, IV. i. Vino
l!'kr S'-i 1'.
- a -k4 t-s.w
fliMi! ff.k Id f!Tr ft J hr
O'jf fvn J-m htvl a Itnrtf (IrtrliiiM
! will a.) ) a i.H'l'f w
lfth I.rua stalls lh lKrtw r.r.r
thT, Mr. Waxli I'j-m.
and tko away Li lr.fa.tt a-oa who
JW1 huti'lnj roorrdnjr fr'ra (a at
aa on t! lff!a. Tla l!tt
la,t... T)w. n9 ,.n!
Irat t!w a;ruti:y tA all In IWr'
' tVl I'M. I
I . If.H - - . I -
J,,, At Jbol,
Mr. Ayrr U tUiUiijf iioute t-jVk
iitimr. Til, fjrigra i To-ur-UUott
m-re buiniMii sWtra bt Ilot-U-r
Mr. Andrew ArSvari f.'l or
Mr. Ruyjr etlmt,W- JjCi;fcl-ra
wr? marrlf) a Sw dj-a jr . Waj
tbclra be a happy an 1 rvin.'U
tutting rtlr la Kawjui CHy tiii
Our (.lirVtmaa rurrmn at tlj?
w:hxA bouaie w-re rtfy lnt-rMrtScs
and the l-autlfal tre k4-d mitb
f k-j;ant prwnui w a jpratiy ttAm'.r
el ty eTpryoo. f.:reat cviit U dse
the odps who workvt o erwrjtV
ally to UiAke tb enUrtilaiatnt a
Shote Punay KlUck4 tboorrb
rothf amall, ha-J an nf-rtalciueot
tf the Sunday School, wae a
Thm sraa a great deal of rlnjilc?
and entertaiulujf the iat we-k. bet
m we have bwo anions tbe- hut
1n" we have not b?-n able Vt Wni
much about tbe dotcfr vt our
Co& la coal and alraovt rsoaer
Z'tr Bellier and wjle were rteit
ora In Ilkh UHl Katarday.
We are going to ruaL.e mut New
Wers rewolutiona to try to do better
a a rr-portT than we nave IwriAnJ
ht-pe tj ttre more of our corrwjKHi 1-
nli out reit w-k.
Ulna FninVW Wkken ot Vernon
county i-hdted MIhb Mariae iVJar-
nett Raturday and .Sunday.
Farmers are ruisLin thir corn
Into tbe crlba thus fine weather.
Mr. Oil r in has l.en on tbe sick lit
the part wefk.
J. H. Itomiti will have hit Kaffir
eorn thr-hod this wes-k, the weatb-
er permit ting.
That picture of IV a Hand In the
Let Ua Smile" coluinucf tbe Chron
icle, waa all rtht exes-rt tbe ehla
w liUWt-ra. I!ik Woxl ruar gyt n
Into trouble yet.
MUa Marine IVJaroett ate Xniaa
,linn-r at Jake Thomaa near Falr-
SevvraJ of the tuarrkd men, old
Itacliclora and yottnj; liova had a fine
time kating Sunday.
llt-v. I. Y. lkmhraV.e. tranlins
atau niUionary tor tlie 1". 15. ehureli
paid hU Cncle Ike NVat a hort visit
Monday. This la hi as-cond vMt to
l'.atr. having Wa Im'pp 11 year aro
He 1 living at LaMoute. Ksa.
Mr. lt4t and dautiUr. MU
Ada. and Ml !'. Kruirs, ot IVttU
countr. vUitsl at J. K. IVjarnrtfa
lira, frank I'oMniuin and littV
daughter Lucille, i-nt awvt-riil day
lat wtvk vW'.'.iiji la Kt-lth. and ate
Xuia dlum-r at UikW Ike Noat'a
Wunihr what U tbe matter with
our rad aujiervWr ur township
liwsrd. or why la It ttiere h.tau'l tuva
snjr vors dne oa tlx rw-via m tlita
dirtrk't? Tl vvtal swrvloe U nd-
itiirout etreulara Us the (KitroQa ot
rurist il Uvcry akttit tlrfio t di alt
In their iHwcr to hare the road In
Jtin- I'.'.rrx.u vM a t-ui. U t t.st
h-jZ Us Mr. ArunlJ f Si-raue. Lsat
(lirUlniM hu (ornr aoJ ptw aud
w tt.!r.k Sata t'iau w sU et-.J r a
ret alter hU tSioua Jsiunit-y calMni!
to k-ve LU I'wnsta Ur X lac g.4
link- Ikv and K'-rU.
TIh w i-ntluT U A1.". Kvrrj t.!y la
.'..'! i:g ihf rhar.jpe to tiw bright
aitiahtne tatt'-aj i4 dull rUu-!jr
,rt5ur .hiv4 C'-'iuiiK-a-r-J a;!a
M indivy wortiin;.
Mr. Mat Sav,jv k.v wovsj t,
W ir.V ltiKklua I ,vr. .Uag t! v k4
Hay In KansM tlty.
Arthur Urreary vs W ty U '.:: i r-,-jr-.i!r,r.
Thr rlM tWUtte eyrj
1 rt.lny tlrfht- W wWiitt ia u
Mr. J. W. War! ta t!j J.twa v'O
IV crit r M.Ua atrr-vS.
Mr. 1 1y Ac tVauhcrty aud ile have
iuivt-J to Mhhc law Iwr tiy Iv
at hkni t tU ir trwu !.
Mr. Srcr 1 ov Kv, came up to
stait t-r nutb,-r, Mna. li r. Naut.
s! r -turucvl houw Tifa-aK'uy.
llK A ISC
1UMVCI KClSt CnlG STOiit.
l l'Y Yol H 11KU MI-S lit r.i:
Wa t'4kK r.sLMl t. S 1st fct aatsn
lkT nr SiatK.
A Merry Christmas
I AND j
II A Happy New Year I
We Estencl to All
With many thanks for the
liberal patronage you have
given tis in the past.
With a continued in
crease in our business -rre
are going to make extraor
dinary efforts during the
coming year to gain more
cf your trade. Wait for
For particulars tee next
week's issue of this paper.
We will have seme bar
gains for you at
IT (H) W m 9 ;
IZdL xdJ lL X2) J o
HI FfH nn
Men's heavy rib fleeced garment 2oc
Men's " fleeced 50c vaL garment 39e
A heavier one at 48c
Ladies heavy rib fleeced garment 25c
Others at - - 40c. 50c and C5c
Children's Undenvear rrom 15c up.
Mr. 4ha tJri'.l ha tHu;hl
't..i - . ft ..,...- i .
d I nnnltvrf P.? jtst wi
r-tttl.-r attvnl-.l t5sc tl.rii .
m.-s trv at t"pias Ulc .st Wtxlrx-- j
(I ul klruin jit )riit ttrUt n.m i
lay w Jtt. li.'iw f..;w at l'ti; ia.s t; W. j
i.nd-r rrs.. iv huui;
oirti. and avvrral otr arv ti tj
TW lite pl.iuc t I vt at r.i. k
uur n!t.tHrh-.Hit. aii.t aeyri k -
V h.vJi aatb.-r n'.u..n-.v thrx'ii;h
thl. tvvrt 4 tt. country tU 'l' t
day nwsiAtu' jsi.l-r.
Vaak S -hunter, ru !
t4. t.. 1. 1. Ii.l S.lnp.1 ir
Wt had a khvH'Uu nut' h At I., nn-
t't tur W.'V tnv v r.- an t nut i-f
l-ht tu pri.a.
Mr. O'j i'i.i:i l b.va lu ti I
hUh Ik" cs'tiiun-tuvj ttuitf a'. i
S'l i:. rJ I it kfpt hlt.t l i-
i t'.liVrf Ui W ikkI t .l.tj. Ii'ltth'l
out tut.s.1 it svaKsKicaa thf wakv!
IV U lUia i ti'u hnw t-r t 'inrtt
-s, having Iws U l'urk r frt:i
i.n I liipt' i. .r ft..irtirf ttMi
sv e cav a ts:i t ia our i:.t..r
u tuwttat.tj ll u. tvttttvn:
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Walaut Mieet SI f. thurels.
Kes i a! er icev w ill t CurtdiiU
. ed a t ll U church l a Li'iJ v.
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i at aiwl every afteiuootl
vl jr.n ttie nrti
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wi.j t. -ivl tertixr t 1 1
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