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You ought to
If you get your
they will have
Last BEFORE X'mas
.V J.Vnuoi Child's ttook. (or 24c
This is a strong
to clean up.
f LOCAL IMIKl'S. ?l
OPERA DRUG AND
Opera Mouse Bldg. Ricb Kill, Mo.
Guido Jaeger after Christmas
visit with his family, returned to St.
Miss Susanna Kohinson went to
Walker, Monday to visit her sister,
Mr. Joe llandiey.
Mr. S. H. Sianciler who hai
been visiting Grandpa Arrasmith
and wife returned to her home in
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Riddle, of
Cenlerview, Mo., alier a holiday
visit with Mr. and Mr. John R.
Edward, returned home Sunday
Mr. Geo. N. Kequa anJ son-in-law,
of Lone Oak. were in the
city Monday. They report thinRs
moving along quietly la their
Mr. John J. Allen lias returned
from western Kansas and rented
farm about 7 miles east of Uutler.
He called on Tut Tmias yes
terday. Another one svh 3 thinks
Missouri Rood enouRh for him.
Some private money to loan on
Rood real etate security. Geo. I.
J. R. Edwards, of south of I'rai
rie City was in the city Monday,;
looking after riu'utess matters.
Miss Ida I linen, of Kansas City,
came dow n Monday to be present
at the Orr.W'inchell wedding-
Maimaduke Jones, of Wier CM),
Kans., was in the city Christmas
day, visiting home folks and ftiends.
Joseph II. Winchell came in from
the Frisco main line to be present at
the wedding of bis sister,Miss Lutie
Mrs. A. C. Kuhn is visiting rel
atives over at Hillsdale, Kansas,
and will return home soon after
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Moore, of
Pittsburg, Kans., are visiting the
family of Mrs. Moore's brother, W.
Will and Julian Weeks have
both been home visiting their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. .C. G. Weeks,
during the holidays.
Geo. A. Huckeby and wife came
down from Moberly, Sunday night
on a visit to relatives and friends,
and will return home tonight
Mr. and Mrs. Curt McKibben
are the happy parents of a Christ
mas boy. All doing well. Even
Grandpa McKibben is attending to
business as usual.
Now is the lime to subscribe for
I the Tribcnk and get any one ot
half a dozen papers as a premium
or any you want at reduced clubbing
Mr. Bradley, the deputy M. W
of A. w as called to Lis home in
Rich Hill, last Thursday night by
telephone on account of his wife be
ing ill. Spruce items, Republican
Mr. J. T. Weatheis left yester
day for Pittsburg, Kansas, where
be will be in charge of a branch
store for Long Bros., Grocery Co.,
of Kansas City. Tut Triblm
wishes him abundant success in
his new held.
Prof. S. M. Barrett is in St.
oseph.attending the State Teach
ers Association. He deliveted an
address Tuesday afternoon that
was appreciated for its elegant
diction, forceful expression and
practical suggestions. Whatever
Prof, barrett does is neatly done.
W. I). Hutchins, aged 75 years,
died at the residence of his son,
Millon Hutchins, Christmas mom-
. m- II .
log, alter a lingering nniess irom
lung trouble. He was buiied Sat
urday, Rev. W. U. Chancellor, ot
the Piesbyterian chuich, conduct
ing the funeral services fr-jin the
The St. I-ouis conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church will
meet at Carthage on March 13,
1901, iiutesd of April 6 as hereto
fore announced. The change was
nude at the request of the presiding
elder of the confeience. JJinhop
Walden will presido at the confer-
Wanti i We wish to employe
Christmas p.tttd off ftiict!,
everybody enjoying themselves I"
the height of the ir bcnl.
Mr. J. If. Urrry came up fiom
Nevada, Mo., Friday, on a short
visit to relatives and ftiends.
Mrs. Wm. Preston, of Ohio, i
here on a visit to Mr. Geo. t). Cir
cie's family, and other relatives.
Walter Grobe, of Pittsburg.
Kans., has been home visiting his
parents and other friends this
Fred Harvey and family, of Kan
sas City, are visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Harvey,
Tuesday being his mother's 72nd
A good d?al of petty thieving,
house breaking and off hand
shooting is going on around tewn,
not very creditable to the criminals
nor very harmful to the victims,
but very unpleasant.
Mrs. W. I. Cross, of Oklahoma
City, Ok., left Tuesday for Joplio
to visit net daughter, Mrs. Edith
Tedford. She will remain there
until March when she will return
to her home. Pleasanton Enter;
A letter from -'Uncle'' Jack
Kious at Chetopa. Kans., lets us
know that he is in the land of the
mmoos tiil v, u.
T!- "n,n,;i,;r thro" i !:.."
t j i U- you I . ! ! nre iroinz.
r in-, r ) "i a-
With !i lit.- svhow h-ii-l ar)nK,
MfiWe iiini;.i i' tl'w."
Miny ro;ii) sit roM-ti mi l ruc.'o'J,
I .If I full of r.'irv.
Many aotil r- hfivy l.-ii.
tli-fr 1. inl-'.'n i-luin-.
Sutnn 1i-rt" inula runny 5-nr uiw.
W illi tl- nt.iin t fin
You run point l!n-iii to tl' Join.
Sm lour 1. if nil I:n n.
Thcn-forv li'H'io , 1-f ifj'ut rnj rlvt-rf .il
Kw-f J our t ho'tn iilnvf,
With j our no loit,--r t.-.irf.il,
inly ti li v. itli Ixvh,
lirotlx-r h-lp h'.tn! K- on iVlirijr,
'Till your tir','MT' fn-i;
Lift tlr w-ii'l-l 'if to J-"i,
Who'll "U J pi r hi nh
For the M;ntr will W corning,
lookiiii: f'.ir hi ow n,
Tlii-n he'll crow u you nil victorious,
There Vx-iore Ills throw;.
Ye, there I a homo la h-avcu,
111 the M-wU" '" plan.
Thin the kfy tluit o;-im to you
Help th; other liinn.
Thfn when earth' urreat bnUhf over,
Vou n. victor ntnnd.
Anp l ii)st will l;i!lr loaryou
Jlome to Hvavi-u's laud.
'. C. Jamw.
The Coming Nation has gone to
Kantas, settled at GirarJ sr.d made
a combination with the Auneal to
living, able to eat bis allowance , Reaso We prunie it win be
and expects to read The Triblne jUie Coming Sation.t Appea, t0
anomcr year. uappy .cw
Year to Uncle Jack.
One good single buggy and har
ness. Enquire of T. G. Ward, 6
miles northwest of Ricb Hill, R.
F. D. No. 1.
We Have Discovered a Marvelous
Remedy (or Dug Habits
Anil We Give It To
We Imvo found a ninrvrloua n ine-
Av for nuiorniii to irfxt licnlth.
Him mini w- nu n MifS ruif from
w fu cui-m' of dnttf hul'U- It 'M'
tvr nut how Joiik; )u have hmj It
ttnw (ir whon sou tut tt. Thin U no
ordinary dm ir nntlio,l of trvt
nu nt, W nn roimtitntly rurtnir thr
wott cii' of ttru; hahlt known
ud ulvw niiuminnlirtiHl j;iinrtiiit to
cure any vam iindi-rtukrii by ua or
n-fuud vour nioiiry. We ur ev ry
jroii miftfrliitf from thin tvrritile
aiming to write ua mm w win m-iu,
fro bottle i our iiwmeloun r-un
ly. We urav phyh hum hivvliitf rv
friw tory enn- mid nil who vvmit to
lie cui-l of thla nwful iMirn to wi ltr
tut tivdny. Alt ci'irvxpondeiir von
ll.h ntlal In philiie-ivelopi'i. Ahlr-M
Mnnhnttitu Then in title Am hu l 111,
Ik p t !., 1! Itnidwuy, New Yolk
young lady in Rich Hill, 01
Pates county.to do several months
work. She should have right good
education and a wide acquaintance.
Good pay for the amount of work
to be done. Work can brin
right iwiv, address in own hand
writing. Smum Pbinhn(; Co.,
Married, at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Win
chell, on East Maple Street, 813:30
oclock, Wednesday afternoon, Dec.
30. 1903. Mr. Caldwell Thomas
Orr and Miss Lucy Alice Winchell,
Rev. C. C. James, of the Walnut
Street M. E. Church, performing
the ceremony. The happy couple
departed on the 6 o'clock Frisco
train for Lawton, Oklahoma, where
they will take up their residence
and settle down at once to the seri
ous businets of life. The groom is
one ot the best products of Rich
Hill young manhood, moral, up
right, generous and a splendid
specimen of well developed man
hood, son of Mr. Thos. M- Orr, one
our best cituens. who is justly
pioud of a noble son, who is an
honor to his father and mother and
a credit to the city from which he
goes. He is associated with Mr. J.
W. Wolvcrtott in the hardware bus
iness, at Lawton, Okla., and doing
a buccessful business. The biide
is the pride of her parents and
friends, a social gem, a rare jewel
in church circles, a kindly, affection
ate disposition and beloved by all
who come within the circle of her
inHuence. Her departure will sad
den the home circle, be regrettrd by
her friends, and she will be mised
by the chuich. Itotri bride and
gioom ate to be congratulated on
their choice of each other as a part
ner in t lie ull.uii of life. May
their lives be on continuous com?
of happiness in each othrr, whatever
may happen, is the hcart'cll wish vt
the TkjtUNS proprietors.
Reason, or the Appeal to Reason'
Coming Nation. Anyhow there
will be a coming appeal for sub
scribers. A. M. Smith an old resident of
Rich Hill, came in Chri-tmas eve
from Kalitpcll. Montana, on a visit
to his daughter, who lives out in the
New Home neighborhood. He
will probably spend the w inter here.
He reports ibe Ricb Hill colony,
O'Neil's, McPheron. Smith, etc.,
doing well and enjoying rjood health.
Mr. Smi'.h ti.inks KslisptU a fine
city and just a little nearer heaven
than any where he has been lately
but st;l! Missouri is a good country
to come to.
-VOvl lH-. 'U ' lf I I 'tO HLlXlH tear
Opposite U. S. Patent Office
At M,1 Stand, KU'll HILL,
Monday imoii to Saturday uoou'
The family of Fred I). Warren
C'turrh I'mitmt bs Curet.
vvtlh I.lH AL ArrLR'ATlONT, -
j liny raiinot rvsuli the wilt of t!i sir
rim: t'ntarrh U a blood tircori.ll-
tulioita) iU';vm uud In orvh r to cure
expect to remove from this City to lt taUe tntrrruU tviiunlU.
(liraid Kansas shortly, where Fred Jiiill a fntnrrh t'nre U tukeu Inter,
has already secured a houe for ! iiiilly, mid netn dlreet'y on the t'lood
them. Ficd D. and KichanKon '" inu. ou.Miihu-,. IInll' OnKirrh
, , . .. . , . r. lire U lioi o. oii.'u lueoieiue. 11
have already assumed their dut.es i ,,y 01K, o( ,u,.
ou the Coming Nation Appeal to ! j.yivhviia lu this eouutry lor year
Keason ediloiirtl staff, while Lieu. J , ft regular i-rv-irtpttv.iii. It U
P. Wai t en w ill pack up the machiu-1 compoivd ! lite Im1 t onion know 11.
ery and go a little later to assume j 'o"it.tiied w lit, the l.,t I.I.hnI .urb
, , , 1 , . . ., J rtoi Melius dlrvetly ou the imiocm
cuaie 01 me incwiinniw p,ii vi me ,
Safte. r.1 -,. Sj!, lT.-rrw
. Mil It t I H M. tlU ,.. mnt
wi4 m, in.,.. wst...i .ir 1... r'.i
I H k . KM tttr HrTf- ,.,vrwM MtUll-
mm4 tctiiOT. 1 i . l- . ,
M .1 . 1 h., pnh-an, fru
mmmlnU. . ,.l Urllrr Iw i ; .
r.M.M 91 Mil. U.MMi mv
1 ii-::r!TE;9 cnirv.; c-o.
aiea iun, ewu a, ra
Mll -l I
Bnng us your Butter, Eggs, Chick
ens. Ducks. Turkeys, Gecsc, and any
thing else you have to sell, and wo
will pay you highest market pneo
MEAT IS DOWN Get our prices be
fore buying elsewhere. We don't al
low anyone to undersell us.
Christmas is over and we have a
few pieces of Christmas china, etc..
left, which we will sell at cost.
RiFFiTii Grocery Go. f
JAMES' CASH GROCERY
This year's business has beta the Iargf
I have ever hai, and I appreciate ibe trade
each and every cuitomer has given nic. I tccit
heartily ask a cOEtiauicce cf tbe s.e, ecleivcr
icg at all times to give you the Lest goods at the
Besin the Hew Year Right
by using CRYSTAL FLOUR ' a '
not already a customer cf that celebrated Coor.
Its sale continues to iscreise. Why shau'ila't it?
There is none better.
JAMES' CASH GROCERY ;
It. P. JAMES. - - Proprietor. ;
Great Annual I
Half Price Sale of
Smvroful!.v n-.t hy M .tr ir.'y.
mir In the ('httlr;r Home -i Now (
York. I 'tin- t'c tiilarnnw. t'.ail Mn-l
mil. teelh'.n hhi.r.i'r, i.tne nii.l
r tul.Ui- !.- I'm'".. U i.ii.I is-Ktr-i-y
uiiiii-. Ou r ,..i i.i r iiiti. tin
1 in v m 11 At iiru;it.ii,
i'.v, Miifie n:j:i-:. a.miv ask-u
S. OiiuMe.l. t-- ll iv. N. V.
1 f4Rf. fr'$
i HAI i OStSXM
:o 1. -.
IT you 11" T'T fr.im l j Ui't tif Kit nr
t .liiiuc nI.-s.hi-m r h-isf h-.i-Srv-ia.
t Ui l i or frit-ii.t-i -. 1 ..". iu
.nrfa.H--. 't'ilf IH-rtin-t t'oltltilUrttioil I'l'V.vsvr ll'-1 l.. II..-1U. H.,l
work. Mr. C. Lincoln I'h.ter will I lwo lr,-.lt.-..t U toit pr.v 1 41 1 . -N ! ,V ' K, V-, 1 !" V' T. V. !.".c
1 li V !!! -m-.l i ln :i- u i,rr'
,' r t t.li- !-' I i.;l.-!. --i'l
l-,0 iV Ion- v ,1 ; v. i. ,i o t t
reaiaiil ill Kith liiil alio coiuluct ; tHivn imh w ril r(ul rvxiiit Incnr
his Social Thought just the same, Ins catarrh, fv'int for .-tiiiioul..i
(...v'.tii (1iviM,.l of Inu irilt-ii.1 i t L If'
"""'S .-- .
the Coining Nation to his late pait
nets upon an amicable adjustment.
i j. ii i:ni:y & t i..rroi. T.iicto.
isohl hy ilnu'.Htn. iv,
lUU't Family nils n Uw UU
tll'l I ! r nn
t ., ,i:
DR. WM. MAY.
4P)Mt;T., MrttOKH tT Y
1 1 ft
"BIGGEST and BEST."
Our entire stock c4 Ladies', Misci' acd
Childrea's Coats, Jackets acJ Cloaks niu:t
go, regardless c( farmer prices or cost.
We have used the kcife like this
All S15.00 Cloaks, $7.50
All $12.00 Cloaks, SG.00
All S10.00 Cloaks, &5.00
All SS.OO Cloaks, S3.98
All $0.00 Cloaks. $3.00
Ladies' Cloaks as low as
.r ill ccr Cicuk stock cut s ;ure ia t
like at oe. You cin't iijt.i to c.iss this.
It's the j;:c:--t cLik t c o i ( t!;e season.
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!
They't! fast, ani r.t n-.aey Ictl to pick
Itcn-i. Every uepaut-.c-ct i loa4eJ ssith tir
gaics so short Icr.tt.s. teiur.aDl, ttu.
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