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THE OPERA DRUG
Opera Koase Bit Rich Kill, Ms.
See the new wrappers on dis
pity at the Uazaar.
Mr. and Mr. J. E. Ame were
in the city Monday.
Uev. W. Lattin is able to be
bout the street nd look after but
The Farm Implement Co., ie
agents (or the Champion and Mil
waukee Harvesting machinery. St
County auperviiion wn carried
in Cass county by a vote of 62 ma
jority. Henry Lee, across tha river on
rural route No. 5, is reported quite
The Farm Implement Co., have
in stock carriages, buggies, and
harness (or sale. It will pay you
to look at their goods and get
their prices. t
They do say that the lla.'sar is
the only store ia town that can
furnish a worn in with complete
outfit, from a bat (or her head to
shoes (or her (eet. Ladies, this is
the store (cr you to visit.
Jimmie Amet and wife, o( Hume
returned ftom Garden City, where
they were called by the death and
burial of Mis. Ames" father. Mr.
Ames went on to Hume but Mrs.
Ames will visit in Rich Hill a short
Mis Myrtle Mitchell, residing
near Virginia in Charlotte township
accidentally shot herself at her home
last Saturday eveninr. She went
up stairs to hunt a lead pencil in
bureau drawer and while ruinating
in the drawer for the pencil, a load
ed revolver was discharged and the
young lady was instatly killed.
I. W. Kakestraw returned last
week from an extended visit to his
daughter, Mrs, Luella Adams at
Fort Worth, Texas. Mr. E. M.
Adams having been promoted by
his company to take charge of their
business at Dallas, Texas, removed
to that city and they art now pleas.
anlly located in Dallas. Mr. Kake
straw assisted them la the removal
just befor bis return to Rich Hill
Cievtmiid Young is visiting home
folks this week.
$joo to loan on acre property.
Inquire r! V. Huckcby,
New goods are being received
at the Hazaar almost every dav.
Harve Johnson only has to oc
cupy the anxious sent a lew days
I'eter Kamm east of the river in
Pleasant Gap township is reported
The Hazaar has just received a
fine line of shirt waist suits and
Will Beasley of Pittsburg, Kan.,
spent Sunday with Rich Hill
Mrs. V. T. Marsh went to But
ler Tuesday to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Robt. Johnson.
Mrs. Fanny O'Brien came down
from Butler Tueday noon on a vis
it to the family ot H. P. James and
Rev. C. C. James preached an
excellent sermon, last Sunday
morning, taking as his subject, "The
Mrs. Nellie Kraus and son, ol
Chicago, is in the city visiting her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. V. W. Har
ris and other friends.
The Township Democratic con
vention will be held Apr. 30. The
county nominating convention will
be held in Hutler, May :nJ.
The Farm Implement Co., nre
agents for the Sharpies Cream
Separator. The Sharpies Separa
tor is easy to operate and easily
Hon. V. B. S. Gault was in the
city. Tuesday, and called at the
Tribune office. He don't take
much stock in the Democratic nom
ination of Folk. He agrees with
the editor whether Folk. Reed,
Hawes or Gantt is nominated the re
sult, if elected, will be the same.
a Democratic policy.
Mr. Geo. V. Shafer, who lives
00 R. F. D. No. 3, was in the cits
Tuesday, looking after some bui-
nes matters. Mr. Shafer is one o(
the lew suivivors ot Co. D. Col.
lire's Battallion of the Utah expedi
tion. He was engaged lor tune
months in the Utah Mormon War
of 1 S5 7 and 5S. He is not much in
favor ot the I tan Mormon outtit.
We will soon have a laundty
right in town, where it ought to be.
The machinery has arrived and is
now being placed in position in the
Kuhn building, on North 6th St.
The laundry that was htie began
with nothing, made money, added
inprovements, got fat and conclud
ed to go to other pastures. We
loubt not the new operator can do
as well, if a good collector.
Capt. J. W. Gunn met with quite
an accident one day last week that
came near sending him to the great
leyond. He has a fine young
horse he concluded to take to pa-
tuie and for this purpose haltered
him to the hind end of the wagon
to lead. The animal, being rather
frisky, ran around so as to upet the
wagon and tumble out the captain
into the wheel. His hrad and neck
was severely wrenched so that be
has had to carry them in a sling
ever since. He was unconscious
for a short while but recovered him
self so as to proceed with the woik
in hand but it was a close call.
Mayor GtilTith wants the people
to make a grneral cleaning up of
their premises. Burn your trash,
bury )our tin cans, don't have it
hauled away to be dumped on some
road side to scare the family horse,
and annoy our country cousins, but
burn it. The aihes will do your
own lot good and the tin cans will
rot in couple of years so you will
not know they were ever there. If
you have trees to trim ue the larger
limbs for wod, use the smaller
ones lor pea sticks voursclf and give
your neighbor some for the same
purpose. Tha wood will make
good fires In your coal stoves lor
late spring or early fall fires. Clean
up your premises but don't annoy
your neighbors or country cousins
with what you can so well dispose
of and save yourself lioubU and expense.
Lamb! Lamb! Lamb!
W'r are ym-rl nMr'ctn
fr 1 1 r fiiiiuun "'Ivsnil'
Fencing of Adrian. Mich.
lively high grade urid the only Wire
Fencing in the market which is
made emuhei.v of. IIioii Cahbon
St'WN; .Sitr.i, Wise. ' No solt
"cross bars'' or "stay" wires to
sag down and rut out. We chal
lenge comparisons and practical
tests. Our special wholesale fac
tory price direct to eoiiMimers,
20 in high, all stel fence, joc a rod
261a " " 25c a rod
In 100 rod lots, or over, ic less.
We also have car load of regular
grade Amehican and PinsuuRii
Welded Fence, which we sell at ic
per rod less than our high grade
Lamb Fence. Come to headquar
ters. We are prepared to show
N. JOHAVS'ES & Suss,
Rich Hill, Nevada and Lamar, Mo.
Dr. Kdward Thomson.
General mfin;jer of the Sunday
League of America, will hold mett
ings in this city Sunday morning in
the Walnut strert M. E. Church, in
the afternoon at the Christian church
and at night in the Park ave. M. E.
church, south. His subject in the
morning will be "The reason cn
the side of Sunday ret-t," in the sf
ternoon"Is it prac'icaUe to keep the
Sabbath in the 20th century?" and
at r.ight "True Americanism." He
will give j 011 the philosophical, the
religious and the practical sides ot
Sabbath dy observance. Ever)
Jay laborer and hrain woiktr should
Lear thtse discourse ar.d will le
amplv repaid for the time spent in
hearing the lnboi ing mait's siJe of
the the subject. F01 if thcie is a
day in '.he week that tie laborer
should claim as peculiarly his on,
it '. the Sabbath, his day of rest.
Ep worth Leag-uer.
The Epvorth League of the
Walnut St. M. E. Ctiurch, held a
very interesting meeting at the
home cf Miss Nannie lluckety,
Monday evening cf this week. A
short business stsiion was held
first and it was unanimously dcciJ
ed to observe the ith anniversary
of the Epworth League, on Mjj
15th, by holding a special stivice.
Mr. F. L. Gcnch was appointed
to deliver a fraternal ad.lrrss in
behalf cf this l?3uue at the Neva
da District E. L. Convention ol
the M. E. Church, South, which
meets in our city next month.
A sUort program was rendered,
consisting of instrumental music
by Miss Nannie Huckeby, select
readings by Misses Abbie Harnett
and Lillie Philtrick, recitations b)
Misses May Martin and Nellie
Mattison, and a paper with Mis
llattie Hatcher as editor. A goJ
social time was then enjo)ed until
a late hour. These meetings are
held once a month, and are pio
diictivcof good in many ways.
John Starr mid n ( liarl.-, wcrv
llHtlllllit tv Wlllitlltlk 1'looU'
unw.mlU thob'.ttcrpnrt t l:t week.
' IVll Kitititi b in Invii nroiiiht the
lnt hw d.-i.va Jxivlrv.1 unirv tN'k, n
It bad wit lira than tils l'x-k
Joint M.-rrlst va in Kl. !i lllll um
diy lat vvtvk nut) Ixiulit ti i 11s 11
lnnf eoru planter.
We li;iv beard Hi'Vrral miking
nhoiit hiivlii;! t plant tWtr rn
ver w hich tliry ha 1 plnmi-d n.anr
tlineniio. Thf.v eliiiitt It ha rotlisl
or Ixvii ilunin-"! it w HI not emtio
uir We i!aiitl iii iirvtty early
too, liut lin
not i'i any U
ii'iM'Ut it not eonilu Ul w hen It et
Frank tvluiter w as on tho U W
: 11. 1 f. ir M f.'iv itltt 1,'tj.l M i-fk. hill U
j( ,)U 0 lie Ht w;,rk ttJ..,n tllii(
j ,wrKi;!lu heli.i., hu
! father plant hU corn tto tin-t ot the
j w k.
F. Butler wnn out from VAi'u It'll
vhtltliij; homo iolk lat. Sunday.
First l,retjtenu Cliurch.
Prayer meeting ihursday 7:30.
Sunday School at 9:4s '"
Juiiior Endeavor at 3 p. 111.
Senior Endeavor at 0:30 p. in.
. ii. ClI.VMM.laJM,
1 be. I tiiMreo II-
T his instiluiK-n
?its: the t.cunds ol ib i
UitelanJ is free from ail . partisan
R. T. Milnes, one of the repre
sentatives ol the society, spent
Suoday in our city and visited the
different churches and present
ed the claims cl tl is work. This
is certainly a coble enterprise sod
we heartily commend it ts cur
pecple as worthy ol their sympa
thy and su pert. II v&u svant to
do a real good thing, give some
thing to some of these helpless
The Oil Project.
The oil well subscribers gathered
together at the opera bouse Tues
day afternoon and when the meet
ing was called to order. Mayor L.
M. Griffith was made chairman and
Mr. Forest Caldwell was made c
retary. Quite a lively discussion
arose as to the best method of pro
ceedure and this seemed to be the
main object of each person present,
how to proceed to secure the test
results. It was finally concluded to
select a board of seven directors
and this was done. The directors
selected were W. A. Newton, John
Klumpp, J. M. Johannes, II. Loeb,
Aug. Elgert. W F Tygard, W. W.
Ferguson, who were recomended to
proceed to incorporate the
Company and do such other pre
liminary work as in their good
judgment may best secure the object
sought. It is thought operations
wi!i be commenced early in May
in 1 pushed vigorously to a final re
S. 1. Stintikland. ot P.ieh Hill, was
ilrivlnjj out In the country Saturday.
A tiran new Imjrgy wjvh brought
ont 'Saturday, the jrirU will all 1
Muileing ou t nvl now.
Mr. and Mm. IJn lleniing wm
drivius through our burg Tburmlay,
nud out to tl? city of Sprajrue.
r.iT WatJHiu tried b! first pame of
1un tiali Sunday, corieiueutly lie I
oiu.-whut nore and wouldn't want
to try n prise fight.
l-'ivlda Hin-jier U atten.iin lier
inaa -m lio.il. in Kk-h Hill. u!t" a
lirave little uriri w alkn to xbocd and
Ixu-k, over three inlio.
11. It. Horrou sva vlt-itiiij? iu Keith
wseral day tin pat s w k.
J. H. Mor'lanltliero;idut'ri.r
ax urotiud I'riday colUt liui; road
taen. wonder it liu fouud that Iri
mud hole Iietwrs-n here and t-owu ?
Some parttfx from tosvnhave b'e-n
"liK'ns up tin berry irout In the
pulilio rimd the past wl. Ttwy
won't dsj; up any morv after that
eoiinsiiltoo w(i!Ud on them Mouday
u aitci to them pull for ln-iue.
XliKscw Aj:u- nud Mollle Vaum.
Ijidy Urown and Kattr V'hainer
ivnt Saturday out on the fanu eii-j
Joying tr!i air,
lio'ier Unw. are cari'ntr, hh
well n farmer. owU iiiitMm and etc.
Then an? ivpnlrliii; tlu-lr homo, build
liiKatiew porvh. w ill W ready tor
I'ueh' Ike Neat rtiuewla tit to put
in a word about liU old 111 ule. In
lat wn'kit Tiam sk thero won a
li'of nli.tnt I a1 win Hr. mule 1x1 r.
tl Id'-st In MlMKourl. t ui ! Ik-
lioulit lil tnulc In 177. VIh w hh t hen
1 flinr l.nrH
old. I loo all the work
that t riim,sl o h,-r nud eoiiidu't
tw imrs-hio-l trorn I'nrSo Ike ot any
The Farm Implement Co., keep
in stock the Champion House
Paint, pure Linseed Od and White
Lead. Also have extension Ud
W nl uut Street M. F. Church.
There will be union set vices at
this church at 1 1 a. m. No srr-
i vice in the evening.
Sunday School at 9:45 - "U
junior League at 1:30 p. m.
Epworth League at 6:30 p. m,
Pias-er meetii'.jj Thurday j :3a,
Cmas. C. Jawes, Pastor.
! lection is Over
I and ve wcie detested (or ortice,
j tut not (or selling leal olaie. Wc
I arc still selling fauns and city pio
j pcity at the old place on the cat
side. Wc have a few choice bar
Uius ill city piopeity Icit. Would
be well (arthoe intcioted t se ws
at once as this property i a.Nacc
,n f ice. -Win. l)ou Keal cv
tflte Cos Ci. bth auJ Faik ave.
I hafl'J yo j a few cf try
t gai. can cf Apples - . . 25;
I " " Pie A priced y-,.
x . t. peaches - - zy-
I 5 ll. r il Ji,y . - i-
I 15 ib. pi.l Jciiy . . . f'vc
cans 1 ornatoes 23c
3 " Pumpkin .... j-rc
3 ' Llackberries . - - jjc
1 es2. Jurr.bo Pickles ...
1 qr. prach Pickles . . - l'
5 !t;s. (jood Prunes - - - jjc
to ib. Pruses .... ilc
10 " Hominy Hake - 25c
15 Cracked Homicy - a;c
0 bars OM Country Soap - - 35c
6 X-Rays Soap - - 25c
7 " Diamond "C" Soap - - 35c
7 " Silk Scip - - . 552
S " Ler.oz Sosp ... i'4c
la " Ark Soap ... 5-c
JJIC1ES' GASH GROCERY ;
II. P. JAMES. - - Proprietor. J
Your Spring Suit
To be bought right
raust be bought
here. We have
more to select
from. Our clothing
1?? hfittpr tm'1 nrpfl
and better fitting
tnan otner Dranas.
The "H. S & M."
& "Vitals" brands
mean perfect fit
ters. Our low cash
crowds ot buyers.
Come in and let u ahow yon,
Sanderson & iUIscb Kardvsarc asd fsrsitere
Ccucaa save )ca Do!!ars.
Below we name a few of tbr many articles that we
have in stock, 10-wit:
5.000 rolls of wall paper at popular prices. 33 dtiier
ent patterns of carpet, ranging from Granite to Wiltoa
and Saxony Velvet Also a fine assortment of Mo
1'iette, Superior Zahlab aad Syrian Kun and Eioor
Matting. (V have some 7 patterns of rarpet sam
ples from one to two yards each, that make a nice
cheap tug. pic ic to $t.co.)
Our Spring Stock of Co-Carts has
We have )ust received a feae lot cf Chamber Suits
that please the eve and t.t tha pocket book. Our stock
of Dining Tables, Side boards, China Cl- srts. Dining
Chairs, Rockers, Cupboards. Kitchen Catiaets, Chif
foniers, Bureaus. Ir?a Beds and Curtains, is complete.
AH orders lor rtcture frames receive prompt atteatua.
Our Stock of Cook Stoves & Ranges
have the quality aad price that keep them n'-otcg.
We are agent tot the Interlocking Wire Fence Co.
This (coce is considered one cf th$ test cn the ttiaikr!.
If jcu want good tin or sheet iron work, we are ia
the market at pucrs as low as (toqd work can be d jae l-,r
Oar stock cf si. til and setstral hardsjare and quireas
ware, we aim to keep fad up, and it i sold on the
Riatket rcgardie5s cf cost.
Our Undertaking Department
is kept lull and complete in every respect. Our Un
dertaker is aa cvpert ia his. profession, and his many
years experience ia variou. parts cf the country has
tual.f.ed him (or drsiribla (aneril director, Our
undertaker can te loend at our store day and ni-jht.
The cun-.l-tr ct cur pl.cue as 1 10.
Ccrne in a. id see us. We vi.l treat yoa kindly a;id
honor tie and make food a'.l cf our promises. WiU
srll (oods on the installment plan, il desired.
Sanderson & ITJilson
Ilardvarc S Furniture Company.
tnacy tir;t.-.s ,icrw
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