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2 L0(JAJj1JUIEU j
Mr. V. K. Kclloeif rpcnt Sunday
in the city with friends.
Mr. Ja. Bailey and wife were in
the city, last .Saturday, shoppie
Oid newspaper!, 5c for a big
bundle at The Thibcnk oflice
Chat. Gough, of St. Louif, is
visiting in the city and taking in the
New fall bats and caps in an al
most endless variety are on sale
now at tue I'.azaar.
Dan Hntton, fiom east of the riv
er, w at in tbe city Saturday trading
with our merchant.
Mrs. Clate Zepp, of Kant.it City
is visiting her parent, Mr. and Mrt
L, Gee daring fair week.
Dr. Slater be in his dental
olftce from Tuesday morning to
Saturday noon every week, tf
Mi. Kate Kretger and daughter
deponed last Monday for San Fran
cisco, Clii.. on an extended visit.
See the new Calico lied Spreads
at the HtrAAT. Thee are Mrictly
new and must he teen to be appre
ciated. Mr. M. J. Underbill, fiom be
yond Carbon Center, was in the
city Monday afternoon looking after
Mi. John Linn came in last Sat
urday from Eldorado Spring! on a
visit to her sister, Mi. Frank Mi
Quittv, and tee She fair.
Geo. ('.). Circle know how to
raise good potatoes judging by the
large sample left at the horn: of the
editor one dsv list week.
M. L. Fry came in from the west
last Saturday, and continued hit
journey east to the Sl Louis
World'i fair Wednesday evening.
Mr. T. It. Ritter and wife after
a very enjoyable visit to the fam
ily of Mr. J. Jamison returned
borne to ISIoomingtoo, Iod.,'last
Tuesday evening. Mrs. Kilter and
Mrs. Jamison are sisters.
Mr. Margaret II. SangMer, one
of the most fatuous women writers
in America, brjjin in the October
number of the Woman's Home
Companion a scries of talkt un
home subject to women an J girls.
Mr. and Mis. Lincst Foigey, of
Lldutado SpnngV are here visiting
the family of Mrs. Curt ISutiosss.
Mis. Fcrjjey and Mrs. Burrows ate
sistci, daughters of Dr. J. W. No
land. Dr. S. L. Short, of Foster, was
in the c-ty Tuesday, looking alter
property inteicsts. He bought the
Dr. SmalSey property on Pine St.
and contemplate making improv
Wm. M. Done was over at Rock
il!e last Fiiday, on leal estate bus
iness, ami found the iuhabit.Mit of
tnat enterprising cily In excellent
spnits over the way the drillett are
getting in their wuik oil the oil
Wluie you ate in town visiting
the Fair next week, you mu.t mil
miss steing the li stock of r.ew
immuIs on display at the Haaasr.
New muslins, cotton llannel, out
ing llaiinel, yam, rcphyr, and other
imjimIs Ka luimctuus to mention.
Mr, Jas. K. Hailey was in the
city last Saturday, He wants to
trade a tatui for city property, and
if some city man wants a faun they
can leant of a goodttade by calling j
en Mr. F-ailcy at hit taim or Geo.
P. Hutkcby at bit othce.
L. G. Rattkin, one of our best
cilirrns, hat made a success of fatm
ir.g on a small piece cf ground. He
is sscll pleased with bis location
iust south west cf the city. He
knows how to run a gardening bus-iiu-ts
successfully. He makes no
complaint, attends stiictly to busi
ness, takes advantage of the good
times for wi-ik and votes the He
put I is .111 litktt to keep limes good.
Mi), l'tso. I'out'ti llvcuriiloit.
T!" Mi"sni I'iu'IiIi' will run rs
lUiVmim t.i St. !.ul 1'iu'li Tii.'udny
iiud '1 liuiH'biy, !'.irinn tin- moiilli
nlAunut tUl'l Nj'IOIubtT. l'ttiv,
fcr lU rouui trip.
Everybody and bit wife is attend
mg the fair this week.
Harvey McPheron, of Iola, Kan,
is visiting home folks and taking in
Mrs. V. M. Walker, made tbe
Tribune ofiice a very pleasant call
See the beautiful line of fancy
collars just opened at tbe lJazaar,
They are beauties,
I'ercy Lane, operator at the Mo.
I, depot, will visit the World's
Fair after this week.
Stop in at the Bazaar and see for
yourself the elegant line of new fall
goods just receive.
New fall millinery just received
at the Bazaar. Hats and caps that
will please the most fastidious.
Chas. Chance, the confection
travelling; man. is spending fair
week with hit family.
Dr. D. E. Smalley was in the
city Monday and heard Col. Bry
an's speech Monday night.
Duvall has a large supply of new
school tablets, pencils, pens, inks,
book-straps, slates and erasers be
wants to sell to school patrons.
Miss Myrta Walker left last
week tor a visit with relatives in
Omaha, Neb., Council Bluffs, New
Hartford and Waterloo, Iowa.
Rich Hill is a lively city this
week. There are more tents to be
seen than we have had since the
summer and fall of 1SS0.
Mr. Grant Zink. of Salem, Ind.
returned home last Tuesday, kav
ing spent several days visiting
with bis sister Mrs. J. W. Jami
son. Mr. L. Heenauer. one of our
substantial citizen of the Prarie
City neighborhood was in tbe city
Tuesday and called at the Tki
ct nK office.
Mr. M. L. Smith, of Lone Oak,
a member of the River Drainage
board, wat in the city Tuesday and
took supper with Wm. M. Done,
the real estate man.
Rev. W. li. Chancellor and
wife returned Monday from their
summer vacation and '.he teverund
gentleman will take up hit church
ly duties with renewed energy.
Duvall wants to sell you boyt
school shoes, laities and mens shoes,
mens underware and ovcrware.
Top shirts and overall. Tin and
granite svare, candies and tobacco.
Mr. Geoige Undeihill has come
home from Baker university, Kan.
to spend a part of his vacation with
homciolkt. lie it visiting his mo
ther and sister. Mrs. W. F. Bigler
"dosvn on tbe farm."
M 1 s. J. W. Snider and daughter,
M. bed. atiived fiom Eldorado
Springs Sunday to remain until af
ter flie Fair. Mis. Suider's many
friends will be glad. to learn that
she appeal much improved in
health. She may lelutn to the
Springs after the fair is oser.
How many people realize that
there are oxer two thousand month
ly magazines in the I'uitcd States?
An attic! in the September number
of the Woman's Home Companion
on 'The Woiivlfi of Magasine
Making' it full of just tuch little
known and interesting facts about
The September number of the
Woman's Home Companion con
tain a timely and inteiesting inter
sieve with Mis. I'shica, wiie of the
Japanese Consul-General in New
Yi'tk, in which she describes some
curious Japanese festivals, and
talks at flit the strange ways
of Japanese women.
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4 .w. K't-'. I Mtth S4w
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ImI)iw.h4 I.... .J ..M.r li-.
.! I ' I'lfll.'alan, Iraat.
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t. Sill, HtLN Im..u.4, h,.4Sf
oii'SUIH OHKMICSL CO
S1SS Mtn I'M 1 1 f
Mr, Adam Seelinget, i:om esst
ot the river, was in the city Wed
nesday, Rev. C. C. James will preach M
the Klondike school house, west of
the city, at 3 o'clock Sunday after
noon. Sept. 4 th.
Mrs. Win. Myetley bss bought
the Shackleford property known at
the G'randpa Scott pi operty. Stone
braker and Son made t'.je t.-.le.
Arthur, the young ton of Mr.
and Mrt. Waller Cooper, while at
play Tuesday afternoon, lell off a
fence and broke his arm.
Ir Kuuli'e M-'Gulrv. of il'Mrkvil"
haa moved to tlibi city nnd takpn up
her ftt0"J? In tlir- Hu l' lson profx-rf r
rwentljr iurc1iuel by Jit. She hn
Inauffiinitod eonHidernbl; r--i;i!r on
Mr. Calvin Cook bad hi pin kct
rs'lif-el of a eonple of dollarn at the
ISrynn x-uklng Monday nll.t. An
other riinn who liiu't eire a Koa
tunrkw for tbe gold standard and
would iw soon vote far I'arker an
Ir. A. P. I.fcKinlev, ot Amster
dam, one of our good northern
Bates county republicans, it in tbe
city as a delegate to the Baptist as
sociation now in session at first Bap
tist cbareh in this city.
Mr. fieri. Church. I'jiin1.!if n i-nn.it
dldate fur Ueprenentative. in
the ctty yet.'r Jay getting aevjuaint-
el witn the woide. He Is a r-rv i
plcAisaut arentleman and wiil juuke j
friondu wherever he pw, Ifewnxj
awompauls'd by Mr. Clyde Sj-ec-vr.
e-undldnte for sh-riff.
J. C. Woods, of Lone
township, and Miss Maude Tho
mas, of Pleasant Gap township,
were married at the residence of
Judge C. W. Done Sunday evening
last. Judge Done officiated as mas
ter of ceremonies.
Mrs. Cora Jamison. Mrs. T. B.
Ritter and their brother, Mr, Grant
Zink. made the Tri bine sanctum
quite a pleasant call Tuesday after
noon. They are all from Indiana
and ot course we were greatly pleas
ed with their visit
Joe Winchell of the Frisco rail
way system, is enjoying a shoit va
cation "with the old folks at home"
Joe seems to base a "Cofi" that
needs attention occasionally so he
has to come home to see his moth-
Mr. M. L. Fry, while -juietly j
listening to Mr. Bryan's speech j
Monday night, was relieved of his j
pocket book containing $12 by j
some nimble fir.geied rea l agent, j
As the money was in bills and sll-i
ver Mr. Fry probably thinks he!
... , . ,
kidn t care a continental about the :
an advice and vote lor Parker,'
. . . ' J ,
Amone those who attendeJ the J
Bryan meeting in Butler last Mon-
dav afternoon, svu rs !.!
veteran of tl'.e confederate army,
Capt. A. S. Weddle and a pioneer
farmer of Bates county. He was
in appatant good health when be
went to the meetiuj but at its close
suddenly dropped ilead. He svjs
75 years old and an highly estee m
ed citien. Heart troub'e it be- !
lieved tohase caused his death. 1
.r 1 i ,
I rof. 'Leonard Hrgnauer, loim-
erly a teacner in our public schools i
and one of our most highly esteem
ed Bates county boys, ia now hold
ing an important position in tie
Stale Experiment station at I'll ana,
III. The Piof. it one of those juiet
earnest men whose woith alwajs
puts bint in the lorefiout and the
letter he is known the mote high's
he is appcuaicil. His Bates count
ty f 1 lends rejoice iu bis success.
It educed Katea
Via the M. O. P. Ry. to the
World'i Fair, St. Louis. Mo.
Season tickets on sale April 15th
to Nov. x 5 jh, li.V3v round trip.
60 day tickets on sale April 25th
to Nov. 1Mb, $10.05, round trip.
10 day tickets on sale April :;th
10 Nov. 30th, 910.05, rouny trip.
R. A. Bail) , Agt.
Start as Herb Crdrn.
Fortuut-a la iiineiiK't (ioivteu
Scusl and tifiirc. nit vakiut U- m.-d-h-al
I'l.inm. i::iiy cr.mu u. li.irxiy
tlirou.-iiuut t!ir t . s. Mwmtii
tv.sdy iiinrs.i t and d tuand Iih'iv,imu
H.ioiii iii jiMir t-.ir.! 11 1 1 j;r
l!i..unii.l i!.ii.tm' Wtirtli. VS e
wi ll rHil4 nud si. rj.nit lit f.tii.
ki:al khtatc tkansp i:us
J. If. Cock to Lewis L. Erg-
ianj let rj 10 A. tl t'.k 174 Richj
L L Er,g!ad to L F Lane lots
i 19 A, 11 tik 174 Rich 111:1150.
UnnieL Ellis to CK Cains tract
sec 22 Mt Pleasant Sjoo.
, tlla li Bssley to Clara A War
170 a f ec 20 an 1 11 Direr Creek,
D It Heath to L Duniap part
lot a Lik 8 TKo-ripsoas ad Bjtier,
Nellie Bosma to Anna A Hulen
lot 1 block 3 Schwenfcs ad Butler,
Lemanuel Dun lap to C F Pbaris
ptiot 1 blk 7 Thompsons ai Eut
Emery Ifatcbins to D R Lowry
lets 7 S 9 10 11 A: 2 tlk 9S 1 ai
Rich Hill S50.
T F Toohey to Sallie Varces
lot 4 blk 7 Wms addition Butler,
Lewi A McEiroy to M G Ken
dall 131 a sec 7 & S Suintr.it Si
Olive ASwigert to Wm E Wal
ton lots 11 and 12 b!k 24 W side
ad Butler 115.
C F Mouitoo to J J Bartlett 120
acres section 2S 32 and 33 Elkhart
H G Cook to W E Harvey let
4 block 14 Sperrys aid Rich Hill.
Traak Deerwester to C II Mc-
jGuire 53 acres section 9 Spruce,
i F. R. Waldroa to Grant Cav-
wood So acres sec 36 Grand Rtver
Sarah J McCoy to Sallie Mc
Ccy pt lot 2 b!k S V.'ms ad Butler
A C Vantrees to O II Lawrence
tract sec 20 W Point I700.
O H Lawrence to John Higgins
tract sec 20 W Point $700.
James C Akins to Charles W
Akins 40 acres sec 25 Lone Oak
James Donalson to Susan M
Conley lots 2 A; 3 tlk 27 Sperrys
ad Rich Hill 1425.
. Annie E Bryant to Eli Morris
lots 7 & 8 blk 17 Conleys ad Rich
A O Kelley to C W Das.cl
a sec 6 Lone Oak $1200.
Mr. and Mr. IVn 0j cau-rtain-I
rvl.uives from Kaa:u City last
We 1 tal-ak iat
IT,; " fl" '
. bululf ti the acrv. !utad ot o.
My mi,tW. boy., and four tre.;t.
J. A. B rrr u na nt VVt.r o r.
ay l:ut wtH-k. viitiu bis
t.ni. K. It. :ui 1 J. A. Jr.
51m X.-liie U. Kbvk. s4 Keith. w
"round N;iturd.iy w ith n l'-i;x r, try-
,or ft llia" rout aliould a Visofin
J yH-cur. Mm. MwK' Is a uut d-
fcorvlnjr ludy nud we boj-s' t:. tiay
Wi. i:ii;vrt and ebildrvn. nd
tnothrr. Mrs. Frank, s-iHiit Sunday
nt Mr. ltvHeT.
Mr. IWn It.ind mil Utile slaiiith
tcr s lit Jease Tlnirndav tur a w k
vWt w 11,1 hr -arvnt at Mt. Yt ra. u
111 I-'tw rvwee emmty.
J ver-il l('ttii-r,nti ?i from tl.la vi-
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Mutnlav 1:, -l.t.
Irssiu H tl.rs.li.-J lnt su l
o.iUut J. K t iiii " UiMiduy. W lit-.it
ns'i-rnstt 1 lmis In and sit ett.i.t
: t'livhi K In ttir uctv.
I. W. l.ynrh of lL.w.U rouuty. i
.irx-uhstliitf ismom; ..Id trlt-us at
ttii writing. Ho rvj-ort crxji tf
U L (nils U tu rtn thai couniy tha.a
hi rl !. Ilia hot asrraiNt 4'j
t,u!it N, lie iiM-d a I'uutf tr;;ii r
w ; ..st nt l.t-t f.i!!. w hivU U 'il
i l.takir Ut It a JTvHJ Jh-ld. IVto
ir!! u he i runuiay tor air;9 tJ
llusstll. Hut be U u tin" rnj; bidr
i f th- ffiuv uuU-mi t; K.-j-yMioitn
(rii-ud oW lr liau. a Utc!l l
r.bout imijurity lU'i'-i' liviia.
Liil ba i.'.ir ayr.ijttl.y lu t'.t.e
l:IJ tip with it urv h::ti ! e.:: ! itv
(aM.ily j'Ls fri (aa e.il-iti every tlay.
fair i.inl 2-i. ; 1 1 rt A !.tti"U
ii. i u iu i:.vh tli'.l. sse to lar
of a jxxSy rsvitsery.
Vcilou t tt.U.k t!u 4 i,!d w.U"
ws-rv hardly f.iir w iiu ttw tr rs i.iteiu
ttf i.u!,!u't try fvr ivi;tiuta
tli:i!llt tn lil.ttiy jii.Vhl J..lh'j; w 1 1
lSv It hllld IliSS" tn j.ut f.sr
!; I.. Ur :ir, in ur t'pissi.m.
Mi UZ It-' rrf.nvt tr-m tL '
l:; !i ;."! d i-art f yy f t
J.lo ;-d,iy thl m-m, Kr.ll:''3',i'1",1!", ti!"?
t Urt l- V4 it v, U 4isry, f, I '" " U- '
t.T.;;i st;a.j,;r.. UuU'""ir rh '7
we wind !.;-! ;v-.t. ."-'-"T T. trtn i t
. ,. . wa.:i a.ai s.-irta.- . r--
i.;;i!y t as ajri's-tif Vrr. -:-r 7.
r is.: UiuV.y iar.i. wjrjj -s, jtt.;--, f,-j-jt tl.- !
Um. N. K.-ii,t.-,.3'a kvir. r. I(BCld'i 4 1 V.vtV
baa Ivt-St j.T..;.rt U Uih iVa'-nr.v:. f: w J r. iit fc.i
.-.rd UX y-.,, ..' W.up-iCWSaToi:i-it Uk t. y.S a s
f ha. J or yeans r.A 1. 1-1 Wr w.-jj yr-r-irr.
end n Mr a'r or kh-if i enr r-:y
h-itrv-J rrV-t.1 w hv. rrr ! !- ty L.tr.- ti ;:i r
V, :d .n-:y L-.j- ,t W!j wUI 1 , ty xt.j ha Usr- h i:i !
gTvauy U-jrl by t tUac. t;.it ::v.tr.0 .,v, ;,;- w::i
vl t fro:i Vr fr -r :..'!r. i'.-ji Itr i
of l.'.ut'rth, tLi
The I'r..'r f.i3-J Tik.Iij of,01
tL' vre-k. A.
bre will atv c 1.
Ml lulii Kyaa of
tende-I hsnday K-bo'.I at Ias-V y
Mr. Chjir.y' f vie J-wti-.t a ttw
w-ka with j.arc'Lts taj fra-I JaJ
U C.alr county.
Frank J j&r aal iixiiZr wst t
Kkh H:n Mon Jay a'.ut t j VC. 3.
Ml Lora-s iri; ',4 Tlltiaz M-
HasauU Willi at tie ih-w tis'fM c;r',vr
wetk. , jl"a-"r.
It w;us our soi fortca to ateni j
s? gosj 1 rii:o; at o-ir e a "ire a
.Sunday night. Iv. J. K. 5V,a
I'rv.'wfc'-i an eara--t (tr-aon 03 tLf
'ibt. The widow era of ol"
Tbe attadiui.-e w;-. trol aad tLe
ordi-r wa far alve averar at, reahrs tact aai ski"! ti w:a a t
tLls j lrir, fehowlag that Mr. WUoa l . . . , ...
!.... .. .. sal sa tsct ni tt .1 rrrait t
JJ "iilj.ii, Ji.t r?jy IZti! yr.'UE?
Uooms lor World's FaUr Vlaltvrs.
Furnished rooccs for rent in a
private residence situated in the
center of the city, eight blocks from
Union Station, cars for all parts of
the city past the corner. Write
now for terrr.s. F. JtS. J arses.,
233'J Adams street, bt. Louis, Ma.
Special lUtea tU M. Pacific Ky.
Account Horie show KaasanCity
Oct. 17 to :t the Ms. Pa. Ry. will
tell round trip tickets Oct 15 to j
iac lor Sj.-jo round trirp, return Ilo
Coach excursion St. l-oai. Tick
ets on saleTuesdayt aLcl Thursdays
during Sept. 55.S5 r anJ trip, also
Sept. 4 aad 5 acct Woodman day
$5-5 round trip.
Opening Republican carspalgn
Sept. 3, Kant. City. Ma. account
above the Mo. Pa. Ry. w ll sell
tickets Sept. 1 and s at J 5.03 lor
touad t;'p, fisa! retara I'.zat of Sept
Special evcaisioa tsia Jopiia to
Booasille, accjuct V'oodmea cf
Wcrld. Special train hsavicg Rich
Hill, about 3am Sept S Kate of
1 -75 or round trip good Icr return
only on special tram leavirg Boon-
vale about iO' jo p ru Se;i. S.
Special excursion Jcpll.i ta K.'r.t.
City Sept. ti. Special lra.nleav.rs
Rich lid! about S a re. Rate of
St. 50 (or round tup, tickets good
only eti special tiai.a leasirj Kans.
City alsut 10:45 p ra satre sl:. I
YOU CANT AFFORD
T a t I a. a
Visiting BATES COTJNTY-sS LARG
EST DRY GOODS & CLOTHING
asy r.-.ce than oa eta i:lciJ U cist lh OKU AT
KICIC HILL FAIR.
Thursday aud Fiiday ti LIG DAYS.
They are tcth ' BIGGCR ar-i lillTTER than
estr this jtsr.
Dju'i r is e.thrr cf these
O-r j IwS is cpa
t a cil.
Yi.t u ea r I y.i I.-
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t "''a' i'tr7!T'JW
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I Jr- p. t"j ir-
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glT-a aoci trnrjt-"-.
at r.i"n f rm'.j ; rvl a-T at
I"Jr aal O-a ijr:a f Ti.lr.Jr, -.-3
ti.lak:aj. Vjla to wot'i t- ir:.7 j
w'-a'. j o's L?st M-a hj-J it w ' X"r
iiSSi a. d'-t&dcatH !liV t'-aty wil
be tujjo-i a3 orf tt- t uatry f .
Some Cenattoa Hit taUte
It ;s a raltake t th'ai :t is a."
get peop'e ia. Alsi: i:.iv:tn'
lead a arrry seta tie c!i. l-s .t
ased to win tie r.rtt -.'zz)zt izr
It is a mistake to tilak tescils j
Is all doae ca Saaday. The we
dav walk is of core power tisa. tie
Sunday talk. 6
It is a mistake to have lo-rg przy
er. Ask the dear brother who per
sists in such to cat cH the head t:d
tail aai set f.re to the raliile.
It is a mistake to think conversa
tion is tie chief er.d cf teachir.g.
Settisg a persoa cpoathe r:git rc.a.1
is good, hat inttractioa haw t J keep
it natd the other end is reached is
It is a mistake if tic lessaa it r.t.i
broaght down 13 tie present day. -Oar
Beg'aalr.g Aug. tjta ad coi
tlaai-g ur.t-I Septeai-er :o.h, tie
M. K. .. T. R'y., wl.l tell law
rate touai tr'p tl;ke!s to Sia F.'i-.-c:co
sad Lcs Acgeles, Cal. Tie
rate f:o:a it. LjuIs, Calaraiii,
Fayette, Haaalb!, Jt:Te:ia C ry,
Moheriy, Macro, aadPazis. Mo.,
it $4 7. 5 a, Sedalla $40.5, Cllata
$4.15. Booasille $45.4, J,p!,r,
945.35. From most other joints
I45. On each Toesday eteainj a
tourist cat leavas St. Leo is ruar.ir
through without a chunge t Ssn
Francisco via "The Katy Flser."
This csr pasves through the Te:rU
tory on Wedtiesdast, and alioria a
splendid cnportnn.ty to make t're
tr p to the coast in ease ar. J coaifoit.
2ss. lIr.dettoa. of Parsjas,
K.n- i v;v.ua; her sister, Mrs, J.
K. !?! this week.
auric ticcs this v.c.
We tuv .14 )ia
tt.H.kW't nd lti.'iKM.t(i I, llmj; nil
about it 4. . Vs iu.. i.kIjv.
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