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UICII HILL, MIStSOUUI.TUUlWUAY, AVUIU IW.-J.
SUBTERRANEAn I JO BREEDERS.
Arc the moat lntivtinir of nil tin'
Natural Wondera In America. Thee
wonderful fiivi-rim nn vlfit.nl nrnm.
ally by thou-imds of tourixtx from
this country nnd nbrond. They nrx
pronounced by BiKutUts the
magnificent work of nature. It
would well repay jrou to tnke the
time to uirtite u visit, to thorn. They
nr 100 miles outu of Louisville.
Ky., near t ln
Louisville & Kashviilt R. R.
find thi undendjrned will Ik plml to
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Ne)iier 8utletueuts llaceI
Under tbe IJtir
This pure bred stallion is a
beautiful pray, with large star.
He is registered in thePereheron
Stock I )k f America, his re
cord number being l'J.loS. He
uot you rat.. cl ve train m hwluI..,Kvasfo.llo1 F b f j- tfc
or nend yon n beautifully libmrnted lT ,..,.., .; '. . 3
4s Pnp booklet tivb.ii n,. lutervt- - Srtun 1 ",J -'-J ' datn
In deacriptlctn of the? reniumiible ; was OStf Atherton S.Coa; I'd dam
lhcei. ! Celeste imported from
C. U. riton, CJh'J !. Agrut, France. See official pedigree in
'I ' I el
When You Travel
leWl m railway at
jo do your clothe
.tui. tout 4 nui uiittT)
The "KATY FLYER" and
KATY DINING STATIONS
lfla M.tVrat la Prlr-.
VuunMrJ In vioauir au4 bcrrlc.
my hands for full lineajje.
TEKMS: To insure standing
c.lt, jvt; hinle service CVilt
and mare to stand pxnl for ser
JOHN i a fiof larfre j ick. Muck,
fVltll H 111!.- iHllllt Hit flltM ftl nttl.
it);il n tiirnctiif ran product-, lie
I I)!1K -xtra lari' bont nail lon
lit-fivy body. )ajf proven hiiu-
II in extnt trootl lintdt-r. lnvpti
jjnt hii r-cord.
. TKUMs: $ to insure. Partfug
with runrv. or lr reiuovHl frouj
county, forfeit Itmurnm-e.
TIo utniot rare will . taken to
prevent n Id. ntM, but will not be re
KHitiHible fhoiild any oecur. No
b jKint done on Sunday.
Tficw nuiiniilM. fiiriiu-Hp riu-mxt t
i. It. lnvi. villi twnke tliu wvi.on of
r..i, on wli.'it i known a the Krcd
Cuin larm, Juki north of I:U U Hill.
J. C. GRIGGS, Owner.
Kead the TblbUNK. M.tM.
Porhapn the most iinpotin
order relating to se-ind class
mail matter hincc the wvudlod
sK:ial novelrt were declared to x;
outside of that c lass was the an
nouncement at the postoftice de
partment, that after Sept. 1,
100.", the dispatch through the
mails of many ordinary forms of
Sunday supplements to newspa-
Icrs cannot be accomplished ex
PresiltRt Roosevelt's hi tot
I-'itir years r'o Th"l"ie
nM.He !t, then i-e - r-M(h'i.t
elect of the United States, jj-it-
e Colorado and spent s-n;e
weeks hunting on the mountains
of the western tdotw; We are
expecting him rain this month,
but this time as I'resid.-nt of the
United States. 'Ve Nuppos all
arnr.rrnents" for his visit are
practically completed, but as
Fifty Ycaro tho Standard
! s N S
they aim to keep many tlon-sj
cept in payment of postage at 1 r" rjlJC' Uie rtsare
rate hirfirr than those .nnlviim rat,w?r confusing But this v.e
hear fnmi our neighboring town, j
mat t:ic Hotel Colorado nt Clen-
rates higher than those applying
to second class matter. The
matter which it w ill be illegal to
post at second class rates after
September 1, includes calen-
wood Springs, (our county seat) j
wm entertain lurn, one entire
w ing being reserved for his par-
blocks of postal cards, cutout an- j1'? . ie'e&raPa coicpaajes are
Smfti t.i.tnro, unini lK wires in thi wine osth-c-
I a sngg sr mm
Wr nf i-WtMirf lr
In V-I KkMWI Wt
r-i.rv ..j jt.'.-ti!(..;.v t'tKtlnt
; opposite U. S. Hatent Office
WASHINGTON 0. C
imal pictures, animal masks cut
out dolls, soldiers and naval ves
sels, circulars, handbills, card-
board spectacles and other forms
which the Sunday supplement of
great metropolitan dailies have
taken during recent years. The
order w as issued by the third as
sistant postmaster general, Ed
win C. Madden, after a long per
iod of earnest consideration of
the matter. In it Mr. Madden
says he presumes newspapers
have discovered ground for their
practices outlined above in the
act of March i!, lTO, which pro
vides that supplements to news
papers and periodicals may be
sent out at second-class txistal
rates. He points out that there
is no authorization for the forms
of Sunday supplements named
alxive being granted the privi
lege of a subsidized class of mail
matter, inasmuch as the act re
ferred to specifically provided
that the supplements cove ml bv
it must be germane in character
to the papers they accompany, or
must be necessary to complete
Lous, loiiff he went over bU tomb .
Aud planted there many ii bloiub.
Hut inside of a year
She Imd drWsl every tear
Aud ot murrled, ua you would pre-
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scription ($1.00) to this paper, THE TRI
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THE TB1DUIIE. filch Hill, Ho.
ia!ly fi.T extra executive busi
ness, besides many wires for
We bndersUnd that wires are
being carried through the hills
as near the hunting grounds as
they can reach, and since we saw
a company of line men, ten in
number, passing hero and speak
ing to no man, we concluded they
were the fellows that would make
it possible for the President to
read and answer dispatches by
candlelight or by camp fire, up
in the mountains, wbi. 'i sm
white with snow and almost dan-'
perous to travelers. But since
there is no ft-ar in Tedd.v, and !fc
and his party w ill have the best
horses and two of the best guides
inthtate, John G Cf and Jake
Bond), w ho have spt-nt their en
tire lives in the mountains, he
ought to forget that there is a
Washington, a While House, and
the care of a nation on his mind.
and no doubt he will return to
Washington rested and glad he
came to the centennial state to
rest and hunt.
On Ids trip to Gl.-nwood
Springs the party will use the
Colorado Midland II. II., and as
the depot at this place joins'our
ranch, w e hope to at least see the
car he is on. Extra section men
... ;s j,
Oado from pure mm c
BAKIK3 FCWSCR CC-. CHCACX
Tlse i..st-c.ffice at Windsor in f John Martin, Jr. spf.nt several
""'J ww, roooeu iasi ciays last week in Kansas City
Friday night. visiting rebtives and friends ard
M r. L. Flanagan, of the Flana-, S tLe city,
gan mills, sivnt Sunday in Kan-' Attorney W. O. Jackson, of
sas City visiting relative and Butler, was In the city Lis!
fr5md Thursday, sat hei in land, PL g
Dr. Ster, the. dentist, made ,:'ast w !jt ri lst sa Lim.
his weekly trip over to his Kan- j Bvive CVcley ha.s jut add.nl to
sas farm Saturday, returning .the appearance t-f Lis residen..v
Monday. on et irk Avenue by giving it
Kev. J. M. Claik preached to a ur wo f lt- Theh.. tu-
his Baptist brethren at Nevada, ct and new.
h.st Sunday morning and evening j LtV.icri.Hris, a grad ate ef
very acceptably. . j the Appk-toa City Acadaciy, left
Miss Alf.Broaddus, cf Butler, x5i' city one day Ust week f. r
visited Misses Bertha and Gertie Warrensburg, where hew i l at
Marsh, and otlier friends the lit- end the normal this year. Lus
ter part of last week. is a sen cf Mr. and Mrs, Geo.
1 Paris, of Bates county. Apple-
uen w.-.if ... ''"'"nw wwsi
I li-.il ' I I d 1 II " III M II
ue ordered out to l.. r i .. ! ... . .ton Lit y Journal.
- ""iCivni' U'nraax! to wo.m'.t"
reVi.ieIVirter, Frar.k Sis-u :,
and tieti Dt bolt Live gone t V'a-t.-::g-..
Ok la., with H. G. Spri
ker's merry -go-round, wh.-r the
whoio outfit v iil j-in a ?r- t f;ir
tracks in order, extra tm-kKht w.nU :
walkers whose duty .s to ever j U,d had forp-tton to make
s j many nules of track ier hour ; ti ..,
u so that rocks that might fall
on the track are blasted or niov
jedoiT, and nn extra tram will
pntved the President's sptvial
i all the way over the mountains.
I Every pm aut ion is used to nmke
j t he t rip a safe one. Every engi
neer on the road hopes "that he
I w ill In chosen to run the t-ngine
; that brings Pn-sidnit i:..sf, li
iover the mountains of Colorado,
j H. M. CjL-uxl,
Fred l. Warnn. of the An-
!p'al b Ilea son, (iirard, Kan.,
Ipas.'-d tlm.ugh the city We.lnes-
day eu'iiieg of last week on his
way to Witsliington City.
Thos. Buck, who for forty tie
years has bon a reside at of
Bates county, K ft this week fer
Cayenne Wells, Colorado, w here
he will reside. Uri.-h Herald.
A litrtbday Oiuuer
,uito a number of friends and
relatives of Mrs. M. J. HaUef "
-v..i .... . . 'hoc
iiiuir.i.Ha ior t.e si
Butler ha a n-w mfn-ur.tne
asssiati n known as the J It.
Adair Dry GotM Co., j ist i:so. r
lratsl. Capital $ll,U J. B.
Ad ur. C. l. Adair, II B. Chi!d,
S. C. Ewjnjj nJ A. S. Carta
thor are the ir.''rjK'r.iters.
Ami ..in oj m in
WH. Chester, tho east side j tn.aVljry ,.u u 'r .n
blaeKsnuth, sold a sow and i nearly !W at lititien Uuru-L'
Saturday lor seventy Mu. jvt v,r. Tlio wonder U
Pretty pnoe for th.kt sh, lud anything I. ft ufvr
pigs last Saturday
. . i . .1 i
vs. oui i:iev were l-misI li.w. .. .. . ... .. . .
venter, gathered j pay .;.g mr iavjir. liu! t' e
her homo on Ami nh Ini Mrs. Ira Bovce ami children, iit.V tia editor J. K. tfcmell, ..f
honor of her dst birthday. All ; rom Kansas C.ty, an' ir. t!u city t!' J-'U vr. iJ, r uuyor .ul tl.i-.
eame with wiH tilled t.askets.asid I ''rri; hrr pamtt. IK rj doubtless y. vou;;t for the g.d
a dinner was soon spread hit h j uu'-' will s. , S; j,y the Gs. i ly balance i:i t!:e trt.ry.
did honor to the invasion. All of! Mnviile v-p-rty as their future
her childivn, suid all of h r grand
children except two. The t:u;oj Mrs. Barker, wife i f IN v. J.
Was well spent. She enjoyed the A. !Vrker. of thelhi. M., N. F
day very much, as it was all a Church .u ltut Vr, w as intl.oci'.y
surprise to her. All doiitru-dttho days of l.tt weK-k-vilirl'
Ivaawa Ills UtiNinvi..
There is ordv 41.1.
w..y ti ad-
many more si!i h
friends Mid l-v tt:
w ith new ores.
Tlien- w ..i l'.-v. v . ..v
The Kepub!iv .u-s ,.f Bates ULovU f,-r t,vcl,ertvia:-;biu,
cc.ir.ty eUvt.Hl Miss Emm; Cas-j Wam-nsbarg, Ca',s. Cirard. a;i
sity tviinty s .tool suiorit.tend Spvsn;;
cut ocr Piof. hes by a ; ,S'i i! ' iv,.;i!ts.
i'f sollii thing eer
Miss Ciissity i.s.us.
M otev; thousand te.c v
eld 4.",d few ether j s'vre. "H't
I. is is.n.Avti that thixs-l fr'i'rd in m
your l.x-ati-'iu year
busates s coift.n !y, s pt r
I s:tei;tly, m thrugh?y into p.-.-
pie" heads, that if te Wa' i'
tt'.eir s'.vp they would constant
ily turn their heads t..vd v..yr
i UeW!-ap.-r i . 1; r
eS ! r ei.tkis!!-.
4V thorough ' tl
liese sv ;s this year
county aal the result .showiltlicir tca.hc-. to
cle-arly that there s nothing i '.e
trying i-ithe Held of ivhtics. - ' t i-t.. i'.
I sys the tea. b.er to
d j It he !'s to ba.ld Up the c t!r tU'.lli-
th '.t s..u.i..t, N
diV . ::':. V.: !' -.. r-,
p. r ah iL-J. the. pv. t .:-n-jkr
t'.-.o ed.o of the g-au w;th
i "c l . .',y
pre jvr Uavhij;; no one to w rite thtir c 1 .