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New hats of every description at
W. T. DuvnII ol the East bide
Kfuktt, id on the tick list.
Old newspapers!, 5c for a big
bundle at Tun TribI'nk office,
Mr. Herman Loeb 1)b returned
from bi trip to the north and eat.
Mrs. II. G. Spraker and ton,
Ralph and George, came home
Miss Blanche Hum is the new
telephone girl at the local telephone
Rev. C. C. James will conduct
service at Arthur next Sunday af
ternoon at 3:30.
Attend the Epworth League fe
cial Friday evening at the parson
age on Olive and 4th.
(). I). Auo'in, ot the Record, was
in the city Tuesday, and made the
Trh cnk a social call.
, Lyndon Pinter, one of the Ttu
iivnf.'s typo, is visiting the big
Fair down at St. Loui thi week.
Mr. John Baker and Mr. M. A.
Wilson, of Pleasant Gap township,
are both reported quite tick with
Mr. and Mi. C. G. Harnett and
Mis Abbie, after a week spent at
the WorlJ't Fair, returned home
V. M. Done, the real estate
man, wa down at Metz .Monday
on a real estate deal. He says
Met 1 is on a boom.
Rev. L. L. Pinncll, of the M. E.
Church, South, i attending the an
nual conference of hi church at
Springfield, thi week.
The attendance at the Louitiana
Purchase World' Fair down at St.
Loui last week, went away over
the Soo.ooo mmk.
An oil well that will produce
about ten barrel per day, it re
ported at Stotesbury, just toulh ol
llumr, iu Vernon county.
Mi Peail Bcgj hat resigned
her position at the central office of
the local telephone, and pone to
woik in the Review ottice,
Mr. C. II. Dyer, of Savannah.
Mo., i in the city visiting hit sister,
Mrs. I). A. Kiger. lie it foreman
on the Democrat ot Savannah, and
it taking hit vacation.
Jno. Gondii ha sold hi Rich
I Ml property for a farm down in
Vernun county, and wilt move to it
as soon as be can get possession.
The Done real estate agency made
Mist Sallie liuckeby left yester
day noon for a visit to her brother,
Ge.i. A. liuckeby and wife, at
Moberly, thence to tee the big Fair
down at St. Louis, and will return
home (he Inst of the month.
Author Mock, of the local tele
phone, returned last Friday night
from a tiip west to py out the
laud. He ba been there before
and may go sgqin. Ctujis aie good
and the country bat gteatly im
proved during the last few year.
The F.pworth League of (he
Walnut Sticet M. Li. Church will
give a social at the parsonage next
Friday evening. Llrgsnt lefresh
merit consisting of coffee, cake, ice
cream or ice will be served for 15c.
Ivei)tody come and have a good
Mr. and Mr. John V. Jamison
departed Monday night for a ihort
visit to their old borne and friend
jii Washington county and ether
points in Indiana. Ot course they
will eiijov the trip at all good
Hooticit d when they go to the
old borne state.
Sulnev Ferguson, of Tulare, Cal.
a former Rich Hill boy, dropped in
on us Tuesday morning. He ha
been down to St. Lout teeing the
big show and came by way oi Rich
1 1 1 11 to n c his patent Mr, and Mr.
(!. V.. Ferguson and other numerous
friends. Ite will spend about ten
day) in thi vicitdty and then re
sume hi journey borne. He it en
gaged in the baidwate bushiest with
the Ingest establishment in Tulare,
Subscribe (or thi paper.
See the new draper! at the Ba-
P. E. Wilkison ii doing the St.
Louie Fair thi week.
Mrt. Flave Tygard returned
from a long trip west Tuesday.
Go to the Bazaar (oryour new
fall hat. They have in an excellent
Leo Loeb left Tuesday to resume
hit ttudiet at the Missouri Univer
sity. Hon. W. 1$. S. Gtult wa in the
City Monday interviewing our mer
chant. Red Top Seed at 50c per bush
el. Address, C. A. Bud, Bel
Webster Jone bat gone to Co
lumbia w here he will enter the Mis
Dr. Slater will be in bis dental
ofhee from Tuesday morning to
Saturday noon every week, tf
Judge Templetou, wife and son,
pent last week at the World's Fair
returning borne Saturday night well
pleased with their visit.
Mr. S. J. and Ja. Brillhsrt. of
Mapleton, Kat., have been in the
city during the past week, looking
after property interest.
Wm. KloUche, one ot our sue-
cesful German farmers, from the
Sprague neighborhood wat in town
Monday attending to business mat
Helen Galley, the little daughter
ot Mai. Galley ot the Salvation
Army, it (pending a few weeks vis
iting the family of Mrs. Emma L.
Don't forget the Epworth League
social Friday evening at the home
ot Rev. and Mrs. C. C. James. A
pleasant social time it promised all
Mr. Hugh Burns, so long sick
with typhoid fever, is in a fair way
to fully recover. This will be
good news to bit many friends a
this disease is so often fatal.
Joe l'eterman, the butcher, re
turned last week from a visit to hi
brother Jake, down at Muskogee,
Ind. Ty. He Reports bis brother
prospering and that country on a
Mist Ardene Phifer, accompa
nied by ber aunt, Mr. Warren, re
turned home last Friday night from
Kansat City. Mrs., Warren will
visit lor tome time with ber sister,
Mr. J. J. Warren is now visiting
at Pueblo, Colo. A short time ago
he wat in Illinois, thin West Vir
ginia, then Florida. If be keeps
up this gait he will learn this is
quite a large country.
Mr, Ja. E. Bailey was in the
city last Saturday, He want to
trade a farm for city property, and
if tome city man wants a farm they
can learn of a good trade by calling
on Mr. Bailey at his farm or Geo.
P. Huckcby at hi office.
Mist H attic Hatthrr hi joined
the army of pretty school inarms.
and will teach young idea bow to
shoot out near Foster. If Mi
Halttc is a faithful to ber duties at
a teacher at the is to other matter,
she w ill make a first-class teacher.
The Tmkvkk wishes her abundant
success in ber new calling.
An Old Soldiers Reunion wilt be
held at Fair Haven Spring, in Ver
non county about 16 utiles south
east of Rich Hill Sept. 11 to 33
1 704 . Henry Mount, the comman
der, extend a special invitation to
the gcueral public to attend. Good
speakers, plenty of music and a
good lime it assured to all that at
tend. cmcntsTEfrs n::u!t
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This number of The Tupcxk
contains a supplement giving the
latest reliable campaign new to
date, and the supplement will be
a feature of The Thisi'me until
the election in November. Our
friends can help us extend our cir
culation by sending us subscrip
tions at 3$c to Jan. 1, 15. Send
us the name and 25c and we will
do the rest.
Harry Marsh it in St. Louis tak
ing in the World' t Fair,
Geo. Beggt returned last Friday,
from a visit to Boonville, Mo.
R. E. Buckeridge and wife spent
most ot last week down at the Fair.
The old settler annual picnic
will be held at Butler, Sept. to.
Bert Snider came up from Neva
da and spent Sunday with home
Misses Minnie and Lillian James
have returned from their visit to
Rev. Wm. Stephens returned to
his home at Belton, Mo., on the
early Monday moring train.
Mrs. J. E. Lamb, of Waterloo,
Iowa, is in the city visiting ber
sister, Mrs. F. M. Walker.
MaJ. Bradley, the one time lead
er of the Batet county Democracy
was in the city Saturday, looking
after business matters.
The Bazaar has one of the nnest
lines of dress goodt on their shelves
that was ever brought to the city.
See them when needing anything in
Prof. Cbas. A. Ellwood of the
University of Missouri, lias been
chosen a member of tbe board of
advising editors of the American
Journal of Sociology, the leading
American publication on social
The Bazaar can show you an ex
ceptionally nice line of velvets,
ranging in price from 50c to $1,00
a yard. You will mis it if you do
not examine their stock before buy-:
Mr. Frank Eldridge our old friend
and partner in the printing business
in the pioneer days of Rich Hiit is
now a successful business man do
ing well in Tulare, Calif., so Mr.
Sidney Ferguson inform us. We
always delight to make a note of the
success of our Rich Hill people
wherever they are.
Rev. Wm. Stephen, at the Wal
nut St. M. E. church Sunday morn
ing, gave a very interesting sketch
of his introduction to the "Just after
the war hospitality" of Missouri and
his first work in the Methodist
church in thi state. There ha been
wonderful changes since that day in
both church and state.
A house belonging to W. A.
Jone, was discovered to be on fir
about mid-night last Friday night,
fi!vJ wat burned to the ground and
a total lot. Tbe building wa so
far out side the water limit that
nothing could be done by the watet
company to prevent the loss. We
understand the building wat insured
for ?J$o. ,
The home of J. T. Goodman
caught fire about noon Saturday
and with its content wa entirely
destroyed. The bouse belonged to
a Mr. Palmer, of Kansas City, and
is supposed to have caught iiom a
defective Hue. Mr. Palmer carried
insurance on the bouse and Mr.
Goodman on bis household goods.
Subscribe Now for The
Start aa Herb Garden.
PurtutK In Oliiaeuir, iioltteo
SaJ and Seuetra. all vtiluatb m.-J
Wal plant. Knnily grown and brt.v
throughout th P. H. Alwaya a
rvrt.ly titarkvtauddouiAUil luv r a;us
lttHtut tu yuur K-riii'U t i roiv
ttiouMaitJ 4 do'iinns' worth. U'o
ll hwu and invd. riant la bill.
BiHihkt and uirtsltvs unutj; tl
about tt 4.-. Wrtr ttvlitr.
KiAbK titSM .Nil tt).
lAt W., Joj ac, So
Itaa Changed Ifia A1drf.
Snxtcx. K. F. D. No, a.
You will notice tbat we bate
cnanged our PostoT.te address.
Not that we Late changed our place
of living, but for the 1 cr.tfst of tie
female portion of n;r fa-n iy and
the economy of 'lime.
We lire witt-tn one half mile of
the HeHemy P. O. and by being
spry we can g and get our ma',! in
15 minute. But when one i very
buty and wt have to make two trips
to the P. O. one to mad our leitm
and again to get the mail it takes
half an hour ot our time. And it
nearly always happens that the
"old man" ba to quit Lit work and
do the trotting.
That being the case the "old
man" naturally put the gray matter
in bis cranium to work and he was
not long in concluding that he need
ed a rural mail box at the gate.
A few minutes lost each day mean
hour and day Ion during the year.
There are times when the delay of
one day in planting, harvesting or
marketing a crop causes the Io of
hundred of dollars and tome sleep.
Therefore please chaged the ad
dress of my paper lrom Bellamy,
Mo., to Sheldon. Mo., R. No.
Oil Settlers Association.
The eighth annual meeting oi
the Old Settlers Association of
Bates county, Mo., will be held in
the court house yard ia Batler, on
Wednesday. September 21, 1904.
Tbe program will be as follows:
Music by band calling meeting
Morning exercises will com
mence promptly at 10 o'clock.
Song by choir and g'es club.
Welcome address by mayor.
Response by P. II. Holcomb.
A special choir, composed of
some of the best voices in Butler,
will furnish music during the ex
ercises. Song by Old Men's Quartette.
Afternoon meet at 1:30 sharp.
Music by band.
Seng by Old Choir.
Tbe following old residents are
invited to make short talks cn
early times in Bates county: J. B.
Newberry, Clark Wix, W. C.
Hedden, J. S. McCraw. Joe T.
Whinery, Daniel Cresap, Norris
Fee'y, John Searight, Dr. L. M.
Wright, Maj. J. N. Urailey and
Election of ofScers for ensuing
Awarding cf prices.
Persons who have heretcfore
received premiums are barred
from farther contest in 'same class.
Relics of old times Persons are
invited to bring in for exhibition
any eld or quaint articles, remind
ers of early days of the county.
Cbas. Dixon, Marshal.
Come ever) body, whether an
old settler or net; take well filled
baskets and spend one day in re
newing old acquaintances and
forming new ones.
Walnut Mrret M. I-Cliurch,
Tbeie will le vices at the
Walnut Street M. Li. Chuub next
Sunday, as follows:
At 1 1 a. m. and S p. in.. Rev.
C. C. James, the pastor, will
Sunday School at 9:4s
tunior League at 1:30 p. in.
ipwuith League at 7 :uo p. m.
l'rayer meetir.g Thursd ay 5 :oo.
Cuas. C. Javu, Pastor.
Improve Your Orchard.
If ou want good fiuit uees, ber
ry plants or anything else in tfce
fiuit line you caa get u iioia Dave
Conlev, agent for Statk Bros. Nurs
ery and OrcbsrJ Co., Loui.:i,
Mo. He w'.ilseU sou Black ilea
Davis apples as food as the test J
st'.d fot ti.is section a I't'Je tt:trr. i
livery boby knows Dae Cf-r!y. j
He lias hr.-,n.i r' f-.,! S-- iii
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cotuiuun.ty at itn fcr 5: a.l t:te. i
And Sta:k Bros. Nursery acdO(j
Ctard Co. base a leputatiOtt tht U J
a guarantee for what they sy. j
Thevaie now mskisi? a i'.'i;tv
vt tbe Black lien Davit apple sshlch
has the eiuloisnirut of taat y o th
largest and test boiticult jii!s ia
the countt y. Ciie )our viJvis O
Dave Ciiulcy fot the Jjt:k Biv.
j VA TwW Ian tit'i I t- r.fc.h H,.'M .,, t . . . , .
ltt i!r- A? ToxifSJun wM In HiU as1 jfyrt W;r ,.v
latur-iay. jora a? k-mt j"iRb.7,
f:. u.t! (.-k o;.r,f v; ft .'.t A'. ftuy israia g'rli aa I - r;r
j rl -n t) W s:;u.i Urra. j rM. tft : ar-Jwiy-t txi Hv,.
) Mr. Wg'.n lai.-tilr hn t'm-l Sf.wt iWAx lUrit tl t-f t:-.-t-i
-.ttrC. i:. vn-U-y lam. isr tt tf i5f':U.r.s
Mm Ann C-rr t!! -,.f t:h It l'!7.s:j'.t, Ja h-;n.;r
mum tU:t:r3 tA-i trU u-U Wao.l.y.
tx.-k ? T.'jalirUtJ t, -rtr btit
1 1 r.r r.tii. ,
Mrs. l,tr au-J .-,,a nuir
w-re hw.ii'x. xMior.,.a f.'U 11 A'
b. ... , '
W are bavins !.-&atifnl stssaaj
w.-it.V-r at prnt, Ji? ae for J
nar rufiti'i-r sm-i tr:;-p:ttr.
w .,s!.h itt r. ff.j
Til-..n look ao ta;Lis t arler. hut ,
we tomu-l out why l&ver oa.
Ti-r U a vrv l Az J-it
vijnhAiih'A: whk-b 5 tlic-g at-
J fntioa frc-ta f.Pr roivlumn WJ-
t- ln-r J:jti- t Kuna 'tr ailer a ji T-fcij.
7-wrt t::t at bo::, fear! as taota- j j,jr. c;Ua y-sv J I'm U
tr nl hW-:T 1ii rjus re-ry so. I'raa tr ttr,.j
,00'I-T j wUI 50 W.S: to ltw.
Arthur Wtaj- aa.J Fraik tv:;oa hrrryj U -sn
have tvtura.! frora t!vt!r wtTi j tLk wri. Tb-rTt t i, .
tr.'j. Arth-jr wi3 g. We, b-at rj.-at irt " war i
Frank I la kaJOi he wlU r- j iV.jritl tin lail,
raaia at bom for a tlra. j t'r?.i.lt l;:iWa!.,iii-r -''-J. r?
Mo,day with aa .Ifi;?n JV
fradanw ol filty-two. Prof. Eat-: ir as xur erp t I i 2 mmmmm
man of Sprajrue, U ptim'.tL. a&J
Ji.s-i Ioraa St:? teacher :4 tl
prtiairy 0r.firt:arrt. fcr ta! tria
1vI1t tn liavlc it. t-2t
wbra any uztt U fon 1 d tln-ia a
to carry thirty on tms arra, an John
Wilson, Jr., tlA tlij bo'l. r cos
aiuVr it a'.rnct "too maca of a sr-3
MLij I?na StMa, U vitiiUEg la
K.-!ta at tlx! writing.
Turn Akr1? and !a,'!y tprnt Saa
day at K. J. JJcCulloch'a.
Mr. Henry H-xr 1 rcover:TiS
from ter rvcnt lilacs, we ar pLeae-
et to not.
Mr, i'olly Ieaaytr ha laalarla
fever. lr. tVbuaat-.-r i tl?.ttai-
M"m- WLeat:ty I jmSerlu- w!ta
revye. ne is naviL tlwia treat
ed ty lr. Hurt-tt.
Mdasaes C. A. Uradly an 1 J. J.
Alln wer pnKanT TiUon at. Fa
cie Ike Ni-at s Friday.
Mr. l;e:t Kan I and lltO daach
tT. Lorcriin l Nvl!, h a vt rv turned
5r i::i th';r v!;t t; Iuiwr-'noe C'.acT.
I'lj; Watsoa ca l vvif- w-i-reoctto
thi tariii Satar.Jay. B:s mj b 5
va-Jy !?r aaoth-jr wr-stK- tv;ta a tt
Mrs. IMc:oaoa aal Mr. Wi.bux
au.l ehilircrt, of HJatoa. bar Wa
TSMttaa: wSta J. B;rroa aai otlior
relativt-e tlit j a-t Wivk.
Mm. t,r:e;tU aui il.-.ushtr. Mis
Mary, nad M..t.r Tommy AVrisj.
of Ilk U Hill. tUlt.xt ftt l MoCsl
loch iM-vcral daya latit wct.
Mr. Now ton. wtm ha tvasi4t
ln tx-r parent. Mr. oad Mm. IVo
Ogk". tli Ktt U've wvk. Ht Ur bvr
boiiiip in KmiM ttty TiM-wJay.
I'arte lk- NV.tt ha li.ol n j t t.j
on Iii KH ami ttt- jt.-t swk, Hr
a Li? w t'v.! l tjtt;,- v fr (5. a,
iM.iia WW Kji.l tt w; s orttt
Mr. 1 ! l.ii ,,I,t lit Artn of
arrt-H to Mrs, xv.HU .f KUa HU!, fori
?1.. tr u-rv. Me wt'J j-.wv? t j
That tu ''BIGGEST 1 BEST" hc
SWELLEST cf NEW FALL
DRESS GOODS by bjve tvtr
tfoasti co, aad by Ur the SWELLEST ia
Ail lhats new ia
Mohairs Mumish Cloths Tricots
Fancy Waistins Zibeiines
Venetians Cravenettes Scotch
Suitings Broadcloths etc.
V.etoist joi u scs jr i...c.
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w-ir vUltiaj; Ji-r. Hit'.-, v--
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i'jtt k:--.. fca.j j.? rv -.
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j Mr. Krir b?A xi r: n-,-1
j i-- lara ty r .. -rr liy.
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PHYSICAL CULTURE AV3t
Z'nx.Ot Wosjta Itsm ti. Zzz.i.ZxZ
It aid S-jsjt 3Ua f
' A' ffairire- leaje cf j iTCtal
cultanr" Laa ta ttirrni iaPirit
by a lady who aja t Lit tie taa
learaod frora L-r o a exjtrk,SK,
tb ctf-d of atLiet'ka for woneaast
well a for ruro, rjorta tl Lon
don Tfl-rraf h. rLe wae Irocbt
up to -oaid-r ttat all ontiio'tr
sportt wewnrswotnaiilT. .'"I." inar
rk-J a rxaa fbl crtstitutia
aid. Laa two cbiidr c, l.otb wf.-kl.-Jj.
Filially sL? f-ii iil br. If, ac J
was jrococccf d by a doctor to l
POlcff iafo a rapid cWiice. Hat
iur csade np ber rnird Lc wi dj.
in?, abe west to .! iL" f-.
moBlLa he the-JLt L Lad
live ia tbe rotJttry. Tbrr-.
evf-r. iastad of h ir.- I a t d:-.
shi- tovk it into b-r fca-l f.rt
Lrt.'f to wa!k. to bti.o t..! -r
in fv-r :ol r? -x-r.
year cr to .L wa iEotbr wurr-.-ao,
ad whrtt. oa rtartkiaj to Par
i. Le w-t.t to a I. r 0.ftir. b
dM net kcr.w ! r. cr.. tr Id b r,
wl.f-o fL r If 1 ! r cijr - r
t b.i'i that the plTs'ci.ia wt,a
I-rtto3BsTi lr riv t tf bc.
3a wis 4 f,vt. Tl. a !.; t-. id I.
that if that were tr feci s.; 1
1 wf n tbe 4uie pp-raoii. is 1 J.
did not like if. Xow. tbarks t
cocataot exrrriie. th Ij.1t sy
that at M ah- la a ativt! wouiau,
after hariijjj lru alaioat aa ia
valid for 23 to year, llr ex
perb'Bcs? iadmvil ber to start tbe
lease ia quftioa. and to op n a
LtKl of .byVat culture. ssLi- U
i attctidtxl by alt dixit, w
are trau.Jb anialeprvf orcd
br brrwlf. (KUe la a patsioaate l,'
liver ia atLtetka fr wwiu n, u
b-r aiabitba fs ta ia tij
Prx ni b aswfbr over t b-r si. .
They All Say.