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35c Dinner Buckets,
jo: Mens Caps
150 Oil Cam
15c Tin Teapott
H Pint Good Ink
Good Talcum Powder
Good Perfumed Talcum
OPERA DRUG AND
D. s. RICKEY, Proprietor
Open Boise Bids. Rkfc mil. Mo.
Col. S. W. Doolry, a Butler at--tormer
in ia.te city Monday on
Tom Ertgel will sroa b taking
coal out of liis new mii.es jut aoutb
of the City near oiJ No. iS.
Mr. and Mr. Will N. Cate are
entertaining the Misses Thompson,
Cousins, from Quincy 111.
C. C. McGinmt i a member of
the Grand Jury, of the Circuit Court
at Kama City, presided over by
Judge John F. Phillip.
He. V. B. Chancellor left last
Monday on short leave of abence,
nd when he return, rumour ha it
he will bring company with bim.
Ernest Trues: a former Rich Hill
bay, eem to be making hi way up
la the theatrical world, lie ha
gone to Hostort, to join the Cattle
Square Stock Company and will
play the part rf Lord Oswald in
The Little Christians. So cay
late Denver piper.
Mr. J. W. Crum, who it cjuite
badly afflicted with rheumatism gut
fall Monday evening that will lay
him up tor tome tune. We stnJer-
ktand he was taken with a sevtre
sciatic pain that let him shop aud
slenly od injured hi hip.
A Csirasttei Itsme Cure tor in
Moriihtrw, Opium, laudanum, Co
caine and till otlser ilrust hnUta. can
1 iriiiamutly n.nd puiukWy cured
nt home ,Ljsecure them without j
causing detention front business orj
utUtT Ineonvelileiie whatever. Ac
tion liiiinedtuttf. Crvntest good stp
petlte. Product sound, restful sleeji.
lAwre system of pHttt-nt In natural,
healthy condition nd without fur
ther desire lor iire of wiy kind.
We build up the nervous system nud
remote- tliermise ut dtsvrts,'. Ktu-lt
now aulnultted to it receive tudl
vldunl sHtertiloa from nnesisfteiieed
KHKK TKIU. TKsATMKNT
saHIiss sent tiuyotte subHitedto
morphine or other tlruf luiblta on
rveeht ol niuest. ThU trtnl will
deuitistrtvte tisrvmarsithlo curative
CotilMoiitUl corrvwpondi,ic csissv
tnlly Willi pliJsUliUis. ..Hotted.
Write at utie lor our fre booklet
ronlnluliitf rvleretiee), terins.etc.
MsMtATT Tustisrst Tai AsN.,
jvp't. i HiJ lirwtdwny, New
I LOCAL 1JHIKPH. I
"t- - .... ....ir
Mr. Jimmy Amti of Hume,
pent the day Tuesday in tbi cty.
W. G. Myerley took ( trip to St.
Loui Sunday, returning Monday
Baby cap, baby bootee and
baby tack in large variety at the
Some private money to loan on
good real ctate security. Geo, P.
Mr, and Mr. M. L. Price have
taken up their residence on the su
burban farm of .Mr. C R. Darnell.
Capt. J. C. Griggs of the Reave
tey neighborhood wa in the city
Tuesday attending strictly to bust
Dr. J. R. White left Monday for
Cornell Kansat, to clerk in a com
pany (tore, where hi ton Lee i
The Bazaar sra a fine line of the
very latest in (ilk table cover, that
you mutt see to fully appreciate.
Ask to look at them.
See the elegant bilk choulder
shawl at the Bazaar. They are
beauties, and the prices vtry reason
able. Notice those in the window.
Wesley Arraarclth who got a toe
or two mashed off hi right foot
lome time ago at the melter,is able
to be ont, but (till ha a very sore
The first time you are dow n town
drop in at the Baxaar and look at
their atock of silk table covers and
shawls. Seeing is believing so
Buy your wife or daughter one of
those beautiful silk shawls just re-
ceived at the Bazaar. Go in and
examine them, and you will very
likely take one borne with you.
Dr. Vint of the Hume neighbor
hood, was in this city last Saturday
looking alter the concluding work
in the sate of the Manda Harris
property, near Worland, to Mr. B,
Cbilcoteof Illinois. Dr. Vint was
agent in the sale.
Lost Day book containing $55,
between Frisco railroad crossing on
6th t and Osage Saloon, south of
city. Finder will be liberally re
warded by returning same to Tut
bunk office Chas. Sallee, R. F. D.
No. 4, Rich Hill, Mo.
Ray Thompson departed yeter
day for Carthage, Mo., where he
goes to take charge of the job de
partment of the Carthage Press.
Ray is one of Ricn Hill's best
young men, taitniui and true, ami
Tne Tribune withef him success in
hi new field.
Rev, C. C. Jamet delivered one
of course of lectures at Liberal
Tuesday evening, in the interest of
the M. E. Church, at that point. A
large and appreciative audience
greeted the Rev. gentleman and he
proved himself well equipped for
Another secret society coiled the
American Benevolent Association
was organised last Thursday night.
It is of the usual order with social
and insuraoce features common to
all. Grand Ruler, Ie Ballard,
Vic Giand Ruler, E- II. Lcwman;
Grand Secretary. A. C. Sampson;
Grand Treasurer, A. W. Hender
son with the usual complement of
minor officials. 'About thirty mtm
bers were iuiiiatrd.
Lincoln J. Carter's ever popular
melodrama, "The New Fatt
Mail", will be. seen at the Opera
House Wednesday, Nov. tS. The
company la a batd woiking one
and has plenty to do, not alone in
acting but ia opetttiog several
scenes that are very intricate in
their proper manipulation. Noth
ing more natuial ia stage railroad
trains, with realistic locomotive
aod thirty cart. Another scene of
especial note is that pt Niagara
Falls at mooclijit with the angry
rushing watera roaring over the
precipice aod the naturalness and
life like aspect is quick ot be seen
by every one.
C. A. Bird, the sage (let's see,
do the psprrs say sage or penue
royal), one ot the cleverest "fellers'
who lives at Bellamy, staid all night
with us last Thursday night. We
have known Aus, tor about thirts
years, and except that th "dear
lug" on top of bis bead is a little
larger than when we first met him,
he don't look any older than he
uted to. C. A. is a correspondent
for about hli dozen papcis, and
a food oat, too. This was the first
time in over twenty year Mr. Bird
ha uited us, and vt aurtly enjoyed
Her. C C Jarnes closeJ tit ae-
rir of meeting nt the Walnut St.
M. E. Ctiutch, !nt Sumiay r.ihL
lity Thompson went with hi un
cle on hi return (tip to Iowa a far
a Kansas City and spent Sunday
in the city and attended church.
A letter from Mr. J. W. Snider
tayt that himself and family ate get
ting along all right, business i good
and trade brik with Blankenbaker
International Live Stock Expo
sition, Chicago, Nov. a3 to 30, in
clusive, return Dec. 7, one fare
plus $2.00 for the round Hip, vi
the M. O. P. Ry.
Pat Li ton bought a splendid
looking colt over at Plcatanton last
week, and now it is reported be ha
a fine new girl at hi home. What
will he get next?
John W. Jamison atttended . the
Jud Dixon trial tor murder, at Os
wego, Kan., Iat week. A Dixon
was acquitted, Jamison's testimony
must have been of the right order.
City Clerk Stump, of Nevada,
has received over twenty letters of
inquiry concerning the bonds re
cently voted by tbe people of that
enterprising city for a water work
plant. Tbe Nevada papers think
the city's credit good.
The two fellows who broke into
Johannes Hi Sons storeroom, in this
city during the street carnival and
ciptured a lot of guns they were
afraid to use, weie sentenced last
week to two years in the State Pris
on, by Judge Graves. They paid
dearly for their whistle.
One of those sad accidents that
so olten occur in the opening of new
mine happened at the New Home
mine Monday morning, by which
four men were hurt. Chas. Mc.Ma-
han and Thos. Cobb were very se
riously hurt, and James Ryan and
Arthur Doke severely injured by an
explosion of gas but it is hoped all
will recover without fatal result.
Read The Tribune.
C C. Lowe ha been beard from
by bit Iriendt, among them, Judge
W. T. Duvall. Mr. Lowe met
with an accident by which he lost all
hi upper front teeth. He wn
working in a taw mill and by some
means a heavy bar struck him on
the mouth in uch a way as to se
verely cut his upper lip and knock
out all his teeth. He is getting
along all jight though now. Lowe j
and Geo. Marcillu are reported as i
doing well. !
A communication from Bryan
Snyder, Penger Traffic Manager,
of the Fhco System, Kansas City,
Mo., informs us that the following
appointments on that system went
into effect Nov. 1, toot:
Mr. J. C. Lovrein is appointed
Assistant General Passenger Agent
with headquarters at Kansas City.
Mo., vice lit. James Donohue, re-
signed. Mr. L. W. Price, Divi
sion Passenger Agent, Joplin, Mo.,
vice Mr. J. C Lovrien, promoted.
Mr. C. O. Jackson, Travelling
Passenger Agent, Kansas City, Mo ,
vice Mr. L. w 1 rice, promoted.
Lincoln J. Carter's first and al
ways lavonte ana popular play
The New Fast Mail" , will be
seen at tbe Opcta House Wednes
day, Nov., iS. "The New Fat
Mail" ha not been seen bete tor
many years yet its appearance will
no doubt be received with interest
and detiftbr by those familiar with
its incidents and strong dramatic
flavor. The play is interesting
and exciting from start to finish,
and the specialties introduced from
time to time are of s decidedly high
order. The company is so excel
lent one aod each member suc
ceeds in the filling to the utmost
their respective roles, bringing out
the plot in a strong dramatic man
ner. W . l- . t . 1 . . fVrw 1 1 an T . 1 1 . ... S
r I .s I b XT x 'in... ... ...
Ml AS tot NTT. I
Yu isv J. I'Hixtt niakesoatb that
he ts st'iitorivurtm'r of the- firm F.
J. Ciiknkv & Co., doliijf ltusiiieM tti
the t1ty ot ToUnlo, County nnd Slate
aforesaid, and that said Urtu will
tvav tb sum of OSK Hl'XKHKll
IHILU.MIS for ea h and every ease
of I' it i si mi that ratinot I rurvd by
Dm use 4 Hsl.t. Cstmikh tt kk.
FltANtv J. I'ltr.NKY
Sworn to to tiirs ins aud uluserlb
eJ In uiy pixhsvih'. thla Sth day 4
lvmlier, A. 1. 10.
I ... V. til.KAMiV,
f Notary ful.lle.
Hall's I'atHrrh Oir U tskeu ttitr
nnlly, and nvts dint tly on I tie l-hvod
and tuticous surfaciHi i4 the system.
Send for li-sUuuinluls. frv.
F. J. t ilKNKY Its.. Toledo, O.
Sold by dru:i:tst. TTs
UttU'a k'auUi' TlUa ars tb UV
It !fy E'vrs ui p!e;jte tu
make a i--e cf family reunion t. 1
anniteisaiie, for we think nothing
i plessauter and publicity E'Tf " lo
such event has a btnificent in!!u
ence on the ptiMic and is proof pos
itive that marriage is not a fail
ure nor the American home on the
d-cline. One of these noteworthy
events look place on Nov. 3 at lJ e
home of Mr. and Mr. John Sbock-
ey cast of the river from tl.i city.
The occasion wat tbe f.Iticth an
niversary of their marriage. WLile
it wa not a gilt occasion the sub
ject of the entertainment were each
presented with a g''J watch suits
bly engraven with monograms, and
otherwise altogether suitable to the
Couple and the anniversary.
A right royal dinner was spread
for those present, and the guest 1
lingered long around the festal board
The enjoymont of the day lasted
well toward the hour of the setting
sun, when the bot ot friends began
to depart wishing the host and Lost
ets many mora er of life's joys'
Capt- John Shockey is one of Bates
county's best citizens, a modest, otv-
sssuming, courteous gentlemen and
highly esteemed by all who know J
V"e mode a very gneat tnUtake in
our rejiort lat sort. It was Mix
Jeij tSuczT. Inittad of M1k8 Knte,
that tuarrtctl Walter WhentWy.
There waa a very estimable old
lad died last winter, and tlila I'.ift
week th house site octuriied was
old and Iter houisvboM Ixl'inyiuK
were net out. There tlier still are,
we nnderstand, uocalW for and tin-
caml for, esrn ber bitile and work-
tox. What a ptty!
Mr. and Mrs. Iva Wear are rvjolc-
Injj over the arrival of a dear little
We bear Burton Slsiln has taken
unto hlmwlt a slk Curt, if yon
ill trier on a call and tell tie all
about it, we will extend hearty con
gratulations. Imt aa it is we are
afraid of telug n littl to pivvioua.
Our ntU'Kil has two days vacation
thla week to allow the U-acIvern tlie
privlleppof atU'ndinjj the Institute
Miss M.uuk- P.oblutfon. a ehariulng
youus lady of UWh If ill. riite Miks
Maude Grigir, Sunday.
Attr a turvrt w s s Tlitt w 1th
parent. Mrs. Jim Hall, of sholie. is
at liotw apaln. Mrs. Hall s health
was srreatly Improved by ber vr."
Mr. tSftie Calvert, of Knasos nty.
vlxlted MI tTela Aver, Sunday.
Mr. Jake ltiankeubip. a former
resident of this rity and now a ri -
lni; jcnuiK business man ol Kausjisj
Cltv, U spendlus a f. days this '
w-k with old neighbors h. iv.
IVIill.. Ilvlni' Iwrs Jske writo tlu
"ISeavley Itacket" f.ir the Mining
lU-vk w under the non de plume of
Mr. Bubble Kmsee and wife Uit-d
friend iu I'.iih Hill Friday.
Wm. Wheat ley p--d by Friday
with els'bt head ofrhol.-e Unf cattle
whk'h lie bad sold to tit butcher.
Mr. fllionirt Wat.n and family
bare moved from UU U Hill to bis'
tatber-afarni. Tbeclsssewt lielghbora 1
. .... I es sur e. no tmwr l.r.ciu Srat '.erl
That was a funny Idea for thus.!., .... .. . . 1 ... '...)
Martjuette to drive way out lierel
over tbe n-ngli road Sunday after I
noon, Just to t to drive larkiul
time for Sunday St hmd.
FtK'le Ike Neat I golus to try to
lerp warm this wluter. Mr. Wilsoti j
1 bllildlliK hi HI a flue. j
J. A. ISorron, Sr , svays ! will le
busy tor some time if tle weather t
tavoralle as be has so mm h visit-
Ins; to do. If le don't truvel too
. . .ti 1 . . ...
lass sivsiiiiirT sinu ivii'fi, so invt
Ikivs away frimt home will know !
alniut tlH-lr fatlar.
We have all Urn !cat!ii at our
house the I wit week, w e has-v suvh
uood Ueit;htHir. oe kiin-xl H hi C
and another a tsvt. Thanks tor a
Iteueruua supty t tnith. j
John KlK write home that lie 1st
iroliiii to Moutaua, and It he d.m't j
like it there lie will ko oil to Wash-:
liigton. Supom he w 111 eome lu k;
to Missouri U be don't like Wah-
lujftoil.be luw tried Wy omli-K an 1 j
From what we can learn thet-u!
brvithers, August nud Frits, will)
have to take a bark neat, w hiU the !
)ounirr brother takes the j;trl up
to tlM trout.
IKm't v why Fuste Ike Nvtt U so
ungrateful as to ts alu ay al iii.li jr
bis i-hlckon. He has two stacks ot
mllk t. and tlie t-blekeua St rati a out
enough every day for h!iu to toisl bis ,
We uotlt lu liw iwtis r that V. IV
llorron will t in Uutkr t t'.te'
Vivu In n.' A.i UUa ttosw.vk. F. (
H. litu.li t tsi-a Iu Hue smoe In' i-oeu
liu-mxl ti-av hiii at Aluorvt. Writ
to the bouts biks that Im ssotiid!
tit It be could jjvt Su re lit time to!
stiirt l"ik the traiucdou't c.iinvt.
Arioitier !, ir.t l:, 1 iniiVii".
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r.:iv. f:((. ; .'. ?- u 1 i : "
VU'.si ft V. l. i ..,;. i.-j t
f!itr M.tr'r V .
I't t H ill -T' jr l.t l r --( Jf.rf.V
ft!"t rii'-n t 1 y w ! t.-r til ft .in
' urs end t-'t Jfr te ; or
t'lUi.i oj-f. 1 tilw ('(ti.i.Kr'fi'i v.t
l"r!'n tr tl f.nx., I (l'';t ti'i si ll
won It i, li it H i ! wa'i 1 it
1 n'-i t..nrk o it
s oi t!t c. It
tit 'I'hm-, er t ix-
ronic! ,nJ suits " H- Jirsjs an 1
baus t ;i-rs tt s im ! ti ;"re
txtsrse Slid stun to t?. net-ot.'iry. J
or ets ttn-r ss nfi ss nt jt' t'-r J ,n
Kittey and tf U o.ir ln!-.i:.if ur i
wtwesatt. Nnnr rt,r. 1x1-'
itan s in j rr e.-r uis, r may vv
t !-l crq we rontrsil Ut is Ht,. j
li-tjt am jct rii. Jlyl'-s an
erl-y frum I In UH.aa Ul isu thnl
w eiins r aiv&rd '.hay J 1 i- a i. ..! .
lot or voat If tli.iy ilf-: -af
1ox a boal lot ti d' tiT' rn.lt
doun b-Ar an fl-!m. an hunts r.yjs I
an lvaa a jfud tin f a Snnd-tys. f
Wf-I hut sotuKH-r si h-o tt Mirj d "'
fi;n jot up veiii tlklri nUnit
uialkia a dk b frora awny cp yjr. -T '
siile ov emlan. wfcH'r "iin gwl ' !
man bad stfipd tji a szr&V -.z)
creak an bUt a f ne- out or I jrt 'A '
aroua bU fiM, yl -m b j-rit lots
(4 munpy to uia.Sk su'.-h a ptjd ttf J
out of dort) an won lr up t:i -3 j
weel li a b! tbra? that fr-ri a?i J
mn Ik tlx d it-li r&rt Hte thar n k.-;-? j
on p'.in rlt- r.ut in n I t! n i l an
p.it r mi th. 11 ( (.-in rat taturs,
an tnrnups rite out !u the .ar en 1
W'c w 11 tit fkn-i-. .-,rs y.x-tt ',
in the tlkli. aa the won we Wnted to'
inalsar land, liVpit lot of Tvork at (
niarkin it out nud a lot mmr tji;-i
orlu frrsam ou!ri. an a lt moar;
fruia the ft-lk'r thrtt tw-U th tri- '
fvr Jut br;ij;iB au em an rw via nm. !
an a lot tnoar tt hat tbe ole l-Ks j
is nut naif, au iu-d maik i -t a lot ot j
mutiny. An I! uiL'T two wot kiii
on the Jurnys an tnalks tbe laM, !
thay eud gut tualk boal lot td
ninnaybyen u; land whair tlU-l-
k-rs ud not pay tlw tnt.- n
diff, beln soine uv em bar iijiirg's,
too. Wei I Ut toltr em at wui !
wurwe than tl? olt- n-i.ul.iicnn ti-l j
to do, an thay ed it would ruaik us
all rich up bt'yer becot tin? U;uk wot- 1
tor wood never git over our la;, euy
to oar. !
!. we tallce-d aa talke.1, tn then
we dsidfl that tbe I.-U.-rs at waritel
thayer plaoea die Ik-1 at nil rite ';
an tbayd hai to pay fi.v it. ba i J
dident v-ant to drvn my la.W cos it (
rnscti a lot of his frs (in tbey brlrj !
frum 2 liita to 3 sbillius a an !
(pist bae of our fitt;iuen j-ach in)
aiuuDj,'st the brierw, ore or tl ra
nice demercrats wa trita bis rw(
gun, en be shot awful bert- cf tirj.-s j
an be .h1 oar jii.isc wus worth .-t
j giist ter t!e fnrjun.
vJ thay dpciil ut uie Uia a old
j tjllR.r d.-mnw nrat. an alk-rs votla1
j tIl. hoal tieet. that tl:a ti J s-.i-t i-.-ve 1
out a'xut a n;i!.' or c! nrround
me w lieu thay un tj fix the
tax lift, and tne nt ud not no it.
beln thay w as repul-lu-ans ar.yhuw
Trwl not fare if tUaer taxx-s w us
An now w hat d yew ihinx. tbeiu
'""is of miii.- .-nt oil an flx.d
out a tax lo..k, .,!id thay di l& t!
' leve u uut. and tin f.-)!T w oteiire
jarter my tax fayed thay a. r jjoia to j
: drvtH- my l.iik and d! that dichiilei
jttiru the sliui'.n-n p.Heh and tmth j
Jow n all th Hie- bryers w beret he j
snypes live. An l.e wanted the
d re tie iiiuuny an tt.f tax al! ia r,ili.
I'tkJ 1 jl V 1. !ilrtLT..lti f h. t'li. ii ii.iMiV f
U 3 dollers an a baf. Now pli' Mr. j
edit urv, tl.ir U moarit a dui:t ov '
1 ours li a -ilu tew quit votiit the
l demeA-rat llcait an we are Soiu t. j
help the n-pubia.ms ail t4e ttueanf
we alut roui to low ;.i la i ?e or our-
, Un ,u-r Ul4,,,r' Thay air dun ft J est j
"r , r
'l",r, ' l-n
sni pes iu our lryrr pa b er hi-r: '
1. 1. nu dim p,i'.n .... i-.i,
ou olir ptaw
ln.Moe r iio tMHii..
1; B l si m..
Ualnnt Street 1 i: Cbttreb,
Tbeie wi:i be pu jk hn-.j t te
: Walnut Strvrt M . II. Cbursh nest;
j Sunday at 1 1 a. m.ar.J rjp.m. by
Sundsy S.4'..i t :( j s. m.
Juiutir I.eue at i ;o p. r..
Kpwcilh League at 6:3jp. au
Tiajer mretirg Thuisdsy 7 : jx
Cu v. C Jsw,, lor.
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A tii.l St o.d. l.k il lilt I.,
ORDER A DRESSED TlRiiEY
11 t;. new r.eat mrkr. I rest Oys'ert direet
fro-n the tcttt e-rrry w?Tt, j;c fin. Fr4'i W
f:h rvt.rj Yi,j asJ F.itirJa.
Try raa cf U)i CABIN MAPLE SYXTJI.
Every can g3r5f-J rtrr asd f-il ri-snrs. And
ft tjr.e ef c-r pare fiu '. 5 r;:-:r r-g-i;h if.
Just reserved ar.cher rsr ct ;t. fr.;tt are m tch
higher, bat we w.. I k.I Cit tii cir 3: tL c'i
prks $1.-0 per Itl.
RIFFITfl GROCERY 00.
A car load just received.
Quality good, and the price
is right. Cose and be con
vinced. GRYSTHL FLOUR.
Sells like hot cakes- In K.
C. it is the real stuff! I
never saw its equal. You
miss a great many pleas
ures of this life, if you miss
.using CRYSTAL FLOUR.
l JAMES' GASH GROCERY ;
H. P. JAMES, - - Proprietor.
S . 1 I W ' .-w . A B Xi S S SB
Ti 'J uy
, We invito you to come to
our large store, and look over
and get acquainted with our
present showing of high grade
suits and overcoats. Our high
class clothing is creating that
kind of talk,
Original designs adapted
with great care to the exacting
demands, give our garments
smartness. Hand wcrk by ex
pert tailors makes our suits
hold their shape till worn out.
Will you look them over?
We'll willingly show you.
MERCANTILE COM PA N V .
.x'::"-fi::::!..Ctii&ll Ac. lliclillill