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Old newspapers, 5c (or tig
bundle it Tut rmnuNE office.
Tin Tribune l lephone it No
51. Send in your items by tele
phone. R. F. Yeates was in the city last
Friday lookinr titer business nut
' Mr. Harve Uutton hat built
;uite a neat (table on bit cut side
Hereafter I will be in my dental
oflice from Tuesday noon to Sun
day noon. Dr. Slater.
Mil Lina Burnt took a trip to
Passaic last Friday to visit ner sis
ter Mr. J. C. Croitwbite.
Robert Mattison, of Merchant's
Hotel had quite a tevere attick of
LaGrippe last Friday.
The pone Real Estate Co. made
a tale of tne W. C. Kerns property
to L. F. CalJwcIl last week.
T. S. Shellenbarger and R. F.
Yeates were in the city Monday.
Mr. Shellcnbarger it just getting
over a tevere spell of sickness.
There are twenty six divorce
cases pending in circuit court, the
same number as at last terra
Many of them come over from that
In thisiasue we give another ar
tide on the Harvester Trust taken
from "American Farmers Alinan
ic" Read it and investigate the
Job printing of all kinds done at
the Tribtxk office. Our stock of
supplies is large and we try to please
our customers. Trices right. Come
and see us.
The family of Mr. Frank Burk
bolder is reported to be all sick
but Mr. Burkholder but are get
ting along as well as could be e
peeled under the circumstances.
R. II. Maine is out and on bit
ru n jcaln. 1 1. VT"' j,tU " L
good man down. As another ex
ample of this fact there's W. C
Ileddcn, who's coming up again in
spite of doctors and bad medicine.
Last Friday about noon Floral
ball at the fair grounds was discov
ered to be on fire, and was enlijely
comumcd. There was no insur
ance and the loss is complete. Tbe
supposition is that tramps ma? have ,
caused the fire.
Small poi is cretting a tittle closer
as the days go by. It was in
Springfield, Lamar, and Fort Scott.
Now it i in Nevada and just across
the line in Vernon county. Now is
the lime to begin to be a little more
careful abut visiting the sick.
Mrs. Lee, mother of Chris Lee
of this city, del at her borne in
lMrasant Gap township last Thurs
day night and was buried Saturday.
Tbe burial was under the auspices
of undertaker II. M. Booth of this
A dally paper for 1 00 a. yenr I
something th public baa Ion doslr-t-d.
Tli Chicago Dally Itevlew, a
delightful family daily giving tUl Irn
MrUbl news, market report and
tiiany Interesting department for
men, women nnd children, l sent to
eubnerlliers for fl a year, 73 cent
lot 6 moqttia, W cents for 3 moot ha.
riulscrtts to-day, address. The Chi
cago Itevlew Co.. VSfi Coca-Cola
lluttdlug. Chicago, Illinois.
A few of the family residents ol
llorntinger i'raiie have Informally
organized a Home Circle club for
the en'crtamment and Instruction
of the members. Tbe names of the
families considered as charter mem
bers are Taylor. Kelcb, Dickbred
er, Kicbey, Meyers, Miller, Judy,
Hayne and Johnson. The club
meets by invitation every Friday
evening at the home of tirst one
and then another of the families.
The host and hostess have the priv
Hedge of Inviting others to be pres
ent. On last Fridry evening the
club was entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. Johnson. A very eutcitaiiiing
program was presented consicting
of readings, recitations, a dialogue,
vocal and instrumental music, a
foieiikk discussion and 'eatcmpo
raucous speeches. Appltton City
Will Ulrlch left fotMinrral Kin.
II. F, Jamtt lias gone to I'arit,!
Texas on a visit (O hi parent.
Wm. M. Done, the real estate
man was in Duller Monday attend
ing court. opening.
Mens lined leather mitts, school
supplies, candiea and tobaccos at
Ouvall's Racket Store.
Boy'a school shoes. Men's work
shoes. Ladies comfortable, felt
lined, easy shoes at Duvall's, Last
II, D. Requa of Lone Oak town
ship, one of Dates county's best
citizens sends in bit subscription
and will read the Tut suns for an
WANTED YOUNG MAN from
Hate county to prepare for destr
able position tn Govt. Mall Service
Salary f SOO. Rapid promotion to
fl-VW. Hpleodid opportunity. Ad
dress Doz One, Cedar Koplda, la.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferret buried their
tittle son, mentioned elsewhere in
the columns as very tick, on Tues
day afternoon. Tbe funeral ser
vices were conducted by Rev. J.
M. Clark and the burial took place
in Green Lawn cemetery.
Last Friday night, the 20th
aoniversity of tbe marriage of Mr.
and Mrs. Eb Merchant, was cele
brated at their borne by a number
of their fnends gathering in on
thera without warning and rnak'ng
merry as the hours wrnt by. A
joyous good time was enjoyed by
W. W. Ferguson, J. K. Martin,
W. V. Cbeverton, W. G. Myerley
S. W. Wilkinson, Geo. McRey-
nolds, Jesse Miller, G. S. Ham
mack and J. J. Heck will represent
the Rich Hill Modern Woodmen io
the county convention that will se
lect delegates to the state conven
tion of the order.
We are informed that our friend,
Jack Coyne is tbe father of another
hopeful, a son, and by tbe way the
born now are mostly Jbojt., Qu. of
a list 0T33 children we noted in a
late city paper, Zz, just two-thirds,
were boys and 1 1 girls. We used
to hear it said in our country borne
that this was the sign of war. Pos
sibly it is influence of Teddy Roose
Last Saturday was pension day
and nearly a hundred of the c!d
boys and the wives of former com
rades came to see ut, and some we
bad to go tee, not able to leave
their homes. Some in bed. More
tban ever before, bad to sign their
names by mark. Hands to nervous
or eye to dim to any longer write
their name, and yet they get only
six or eight dollars per month.
Better, far better than nothing, but,
to one who knows what they wer.t
through with, a mere pittance com
pared with the wealth of the nation
Mis. L, A. Uennclt was in re
ceipt of a letter from Miss Eliza
beth Parkinson, wbo with her tit
ter Mary left San Francisco for an
Australian concert tour early this
month. It was written en voyage,
dated Jan. iSlb, ss they were
about to reach Hooolula. .The
trip had been a .very rough one
and all bad suffered from tea sick
ness greatly, she wrote, but were
recovering. They esperted to ar
rive at Sidney, Australia Thurs
day of this week. Miss Bessie ex
pressed the great pleasure she and
her sister Mary bad realised in
thir borne coming and the kind
attention and welcome bestowed
upon them in their onlv too brief
stay among old friends. Bates Co
,' IS MM, !
V '-'' Walk s. i a. A kwt
t eaasttoai. ro.
st-. r usW r
Start tn M4
TL heaviest tnow of it.t
(Saturday night and Sunday.
Wm. A. Harvey wa reported
quite sick. Monday with symptoms
jot pneunion: j.
"Something doin" Joham es
.V Son. Read their add, also the
article -The Reason Why."
I w.'nt to bell this week, at pri
vate tale, my household furniture.
Call at parsonage 4th and Walnut
St. Chat. C. James.
The family of Mr. LngeU i re
ported down with measles. The
husband and father who is at work
in Kansas City was telegraphed for
Chas. H. Simcotky sends in bis
renewal to tbe Triklse for anoth
er year. Charles ia one of those
thoroughgoing reliable boys that
can be depended on at all times.
Geo. A. Huckeby and wife, after
a weeks visit in Rich Hill, with
relatives and friends, left Tuesday
noon for Tomaha. I. Ty., to spand
a week with relatives after which
they will return to Moberly, Mo.,
where they are now located.
Mr. aod Mrs. Ernest Ferrell,
who came east from their borne in
Washington some time ago to visit
his parents, intended to return last
week but were detained because of
the serious illness of their little son
with pneumonia at the home ot bis
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M E
Fearel on east Maple st.
Uncle John Lowder, aged Si
years, died at tbe home cf bis ton,
W. H. Lowder, Sunday February
5, near Shobe. He was buried
Monday in Greenlawn cemetery
The silver cord was loosed, the
golden bowl broken, tbe pitcher
broken at the fountain, the wheel
broken at the cistern and tbe dust
went to the earth at it was and the
spirit to God who gave it.
Bey. C C. James to Leave C
Rev. C. C James it getting
ready to remove from our midst to
Jacksonville, Fla., to wnich place
he has been transferred by the bish
op in authority. This change bas
been made necessary on account ot
the health of Rev. James' only ton.
It it believed a milJcr. climate will
benefit him as bi health it very
delicate, and tbe winter season here
seems to go hard with him. Dur
ing his pastorate of two years bcre
Kev. James and bis family have en
deared themselves to the people of
his charge and tbe community gen
erally, to that there is a general re
gret at seeing him go from our
midst. As a preacher be is above
the average, as a pastor most exct-1-Unt
and in charitabte work for the
Master and those the Master loves
there are none more faithful. The
TauaxE commends him and bis
most estimable wife and their bright
intelligent children o the good peo
ple in his new fi Id of labor and
may the change be mutually benefi
cial. Johu Hbcllenbartrer Ooad
Died, Monday, January 30. l'5.
at his home near Urthel Chapel,
about four miles southwest of this
city, John Shrtlciibarger, aged Si
vears and 16 days. For over tinny
ycrs be had lived in Vernon coun
ty, coming to Illinois to Missouri,
lie was a native of Penusylvania
and had all the sterling qualities
that belong to the German settlnrs
ot that state, lie was an indul
gent father, a good neighbor and a
first class citizen. For years he
had been a consistent member of
the Christian church and walked
worthy of his vocation.
His funeral occurred from Hetht!
Church. Services were conducted
by Kev. Wolt of the Baptist
church. A large concourse of his
neighbors attended the burial, not
withstanding the intense cold, this
testifying to the universal estrem in
which the deceased was held.
lie left surviving live sous ar.d
two daughters, John, Samuel and
William Shellenbarger, Mrs. Anna
I'arkcr, ot Colorado Springs, and
Mrs. Gertie McHieron., Charles
bhcllcnbargcr, ol California and i.
T. &htl!cnhatgrr witii whoru b
mads bit home, "tie fought a
good fgbt4 tj ktptlfce fitb.M
WlM'tt we iiiUs t-nV,tf' In our rn
! We re rl titer !k or knt n'l.nns tlilnir
towrit-. 1! UtriMT bod C loat
Ifil lUtnd sn rln,Hit out i1 coal
lnt wwk nit lug f.ir a warm day
to bent, but, tbe warm dny bim't
come i-l W'owlif If lien w ill try to
cnrv hin on Jlin by playing tranp.
Tle JiAecauic tx nr m-rinva.
A tiW.e loollnif wl'Jow out our
way l upe-udltjjf fur time i-WIok
q jllu. IxxAa klnit-r aoj4cloua.
We were not able to be out ground
bog day. Home aay be aaw fcta
shadow and other aay be didn't.
Anyway, we are basing: aoine
weather, 'be cubleat for years.
If Prelont Hoofirvelt carries out
tlie Jndfp.ti'lent line and refomi
alonfr w bk h be bas started, be will
ro down In history as tbe one fmsat
eit of men. Ji-Matulne, Ky Jour.
1. W. Lynch, of Howe,! county,
was up loot week. Pete was one ut
trp Democrats who went under Uil
fall at tbe lu-publlcan 1iad slide, lie
was candidate lor sberta of HowtiL
Wonder If we can't beat ZeVe? Wc
bas-e at our home a mole I years
oiu. ana 01a nne mat bum been tn
Use u years, a net ot eliina piau-s
that belong to our sreat jfraod-1
mother, some plates over 100 years 1
old. That live year old rooster bas!
turned bis toes this cold spell.
3. A. Botron. Sr basn't 1j d able
to no to cbnrcn for so long be may
fonret bow tbe preacher looks. He
bad tbe jrrlp sometime asro a nd then
the cold weather has boused him la.
Notice of Application for Mining
run iaMitioa Jut. J, Kjfcj.)
To wuom it mat Coxcekn:
Notice ts hereby
Riven that J. A Gee,tbeanderis-Ttei.
will, at the February term liwi. ol
the Circuit Court of Bates county,
sfUwonrt, and on the eighth dav
tltereof, yt: tbe thirteenth day of
February. 1i.'i, make application to
the said circuit court tor tbe privi
lege 01 miDiacanil removing tne crvu
on tbe room and pillar plan. unJer-
Oinc iota one ill. two (.'). tbree(.t,
lour 441. five (j). six (6) aeven (7,
andelcbt In block fortT-three
(43). and lota one (1 1, two i;l elev
en tin. ana twelve- (121, in block
forty-two (C). all In tbe Klch HlU
Town Company tirnt addition to
tbe town tuow cityi of i:ch HilL
Mlwsourl. from nbriJt now utandlne
on tbe north ball of said block fortv-
tbree ). and will offer for tillnir
and approval bis bond of Indemnity
for the privik-se of mining and re
1110 vine the coat In the manner ainre
said, eo underlying said above de-
tVitncos my baud this January 3d.
J. A. One
$ 10 all its various designs is a!
specialty at this office. We do
your work promptly and guarantee
satisfaction 10 all cases.
The reoi'Ut suow bua made a irood
deal of sport tor tbe nx-n and boys. J
itts reponea tnat dicerent partkw
clubed 29. 40. M and 73 rabbits on '
oim; trip. It Is bard on tbe rabbits
but good for the fruit and croLs. '
On Monday afternoon a tew of the'
tltlrns of tSpragv sveut to tbe public
well and took out thtve railroad
tie and a 30-foot pole, ttestdi-s . v
oral other pieci-s of timber that bad
Uvn thrown in by some of tho
base been trying to make out
w hat kind of pentleiuen thosi; men
art! ss ho will go into church and sit
and fplt on the floor, and think
nothing f it- But If anyone wttuld
goto their homes and trtat tbui
that way, they would think they
were worthy to W kWk-d out. Wc!
sometimes have thought thai tltoy
have lorjiotten what it la to is
P utiiii.tii, nor cartel to t cousider
ed svs such.
Mr. V J. I'xU; ssho bad a .Mffht
attat-k ol pntuiuonia. la tMUtrty bins
sell tt-ulu. Atrsv, toliyers bas rv
coverevt. lr Walker Hbbltt, our otn)a
tcr, ho tot Uvn Wk for a dy r
tvx , U lietter.
Tin meetings at tla Mithiht
rhurxh eltM-l Satulnv evening, a
th pastor, i:ev. J K. ttury. hiu nt
la-el) ntle t kvtve t)M lxlt.ldt Ll
luotlK-r who him been fcrtouly IU.
Mr. J. K. K'lo and daughter
GMie, returnol Sunday frnn tiiU
well. Ind. Ty., w In re titey bad Uvn
vlclUui; Mr. John Kelso,
TUo U-auliful luuti, IU; J.-y .d tbv
tiuali buy s lib bts KI. Old rei-(l.uU-rn
sviy the oiuttv f.tll W tie
greatest for W jc.r. 1'nrnn rs f.l
lh.it ill tltc cm u i4 gvKtd crvi.
We lu'ie this U true, but rsd
bate to p.ilii iit'.y wait.
Adrirsn's KkuI ke utaV-r bas aoutc
tiry Due kv bjrsKd.
Pr. Kobiosou rv-j orts Mr. X. Vlui
latt dat;xrjv!y vftu lrl;
troobX Ifca M.D s-atbuy,oviri
t tbe rpUvWli ol la,f.;'i- u
1 1 t7ii"-i r. I .i( ,- arr..i
ia prTt-, e , -xu x, To
(wutor A f,t:t. t'. ',.t.,
it. I;. (barrV- svv . v -J ttirr
." In as e'.'ort to f'i',U' ir,wn
ta tlv from 1 te stM'i H-t ,4:!i
tbe oor.rirervd. "V. (!. r't't,'.-.
1 xm lj i- m.-i. : r tjt
BfiffixSly (1 V. nLW-r j ajT ,
KSder (il J3',ri A I lev T,rtt7ro r h-,n 1i
Uard tUr pnytr fr..!4 Vt i r !..tt.
.l". rnte ,tr 1. 1 J,-'4.
artij U a vuiuabi..- uia . t.ti, x-.-f.'iltU
il itilf.j.l. n,. m (ftiLu ia v.t.U m j
f'jftbecauM 4 Ur'.xku tf &r-) 5
1 Otters BUul tU i:jt ':.; stut'i
some have fc.U.J of a truth. wr b n J
good and Low j.i-a.att lr tLvr. lr j
to dwell toavtbr ia 11 r-Arii 4-
troth ao 1 j.-.
We rta 1 a tlf 'Adrian JvaruaJ
that our new ',uu&i-t.T, w. V,',
Parlfh, would n-lafa an tv'jiia.uX,
HtHirtmi Cox, lite pr-wat d'-;,3?y. Jf
tbli t tetu4T.it U turret, Mr. Par-'
rih"s Crttt a.t U tie; Ki-iklt fyfaj
gooJ puiiaatr. Jjr.( LuUi
a I'iliUxA d' j.uty for ei-Lt yArs and j
,. candidal.' for tb- post Kor- at
Iiotltr s fcj( rai.
; around Adrt.Ta
(ine,i,,i,lt . . .
,a;! k' ;r'rr
01 lLe X-publKan ol Ieer Crei. twp
are ia favor of local Lome n
name their postmat , and V t oat
tidcra keep out or tbe twlectic? of
officers that do.- not coo..t ra then.
Local Lome-rule waa Lit tbe I j
pablicans prt-a:beil Sa the tajtan,
now let tbcm practS It.
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Stock Reducing . Sale.
As jnj ali kcow Fttrwary 1, 1905, we icsoke.
From now uctal that tixne we wia cat ccr stock
ia ts-o if low prices will do it.
Wiuttr GckxIs must go regudless cf cost cr
First Come, First Served.
All Clothing, Dress Goods, Clctks, Ladies'
Suits, Furs, Ciaakets, Caps, Ojticgs, and bna
dreds cf other articles in cur Great Store"
will go. Now is your oppemaity to save raooey
on goad, clean merchandise.
Call and be
lbcta-ttlim traverwd by Ut,- Miuri. Kacuuu A Tela I r W
very compn b. ru.iv t.. From t. Lui. Hannibal or KuJlZ CiirZ
Yt JrZr? V"? 1 ver on tJiouad I bt.W
5L .TI ' cV:hh' u:Uli0 a !puUtloB rjtaov time that t
tieprenuu thousand iuouxra. m,,a ol v&rloiM iUm .r a.,.
arns ss ho U-ln-vo in tl- tumrv r U fv.mthw.t and aev the virtue rf
Oc.UmciIi i llt.TiTT tJ everr itnrritxi, n . ..!.... ....
- . ' iurvi'i'num-j n npjreoL.
llMN,,titbtvet b reniiv : of riotMrs ware rwt More
lm nare it:!,.,l,.,u re uHel. Tr f t arvaa of smim
prusixl biid-i..f.d n..t yleldius th- trv,,-, "JT cl-a v
lltesuute tbiit iti a tlitvrent nattsirwC l ew li .
of liunm-M an- y r. ;rewnied. TU'tw "n l,.r
ti;liU aol manaf .cturtg j i.tot.. MU,;I tore. IrvhS.. .
tory and k Inti -tu.-s ar prtu-aUy i .ad wHsTwaadrrtul ms
porlUUUh l.tr Uei-rl.tpnt.-iit sl..n; rr.e.mecisl II-,,.
T.viTKHFPPPRir,UN,TY ,S NOW. I
si.- .,.u..;,Vi ."." '"r saie. alotjly latrrr.!! i II
aL lTel V r i 1 r,lT 'U sn'.srtsasiitww th pr,vt. 3
are bristlier and tint (xiitrv u m- h,ii!ii 1 ..... :.i .J a a
Oltioo. and svsilajy yr li u! a
On IVbrsiarr Tib. and ;tt
nr. .M-.nl. . .1 . -
A. Ty. will k ii . -v --.ir-l.-n IVLrl.
trnu M. lmi. li.tT)u;..ti aa;j
Kaciuui (ity t l.t i ist fmi.
lory. ikUaotu.s and tVntr.-tl
an ir.t:eru t.ai
You -U iaii i,tv advanta-e
South -t (r mws :;.
We are in 1
to thi investor and I-
Write tfd.ty f..r a copy Ki iur
frw Ad l.t-s
iiii iv. (ili" -
Walnut Mrect M Ul hunb.
TrcacLi: at 1 1 a. u. ad -
p.m. by the pastor.
SanJay S:;o;l tt.s. ui.
Juaitf League at J -j y, nu
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riljr mtt,i.g TtijJsy
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'jttUl It.-ve tavre ttspuUir n Lf.a
i.4 t: jg r-l are fi'' acpreiatTt.
e tare as.i vJ.l t-iir
, hzl we are eystt tl.l U
it rtU TJ t tj.
a j Lsa are s:jere. A3
. rr . ' ,H m
UaX or. aid
trst'y satitfartorT wear.
Tbe f rice trJl tllr ok K'ry.
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If "ir ar!
V. w f j
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ti iiij m ini.'h.i.i
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p-. r ss;:j coaler 4 Ijtwt upwu u
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