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Mado Entirely from
Made like Coffee,
Tastes like Coffee
But it'S different,
A Big Package, 15c
At all grocers.
The top ol the box is
good for 15 c if you
take it back tO yOUr
grocer and tell him
you are not satisfied.
The Girard Cereal Co.,
See Johannes A Sons und in"
vestigato the facts, tf
OUt newspaper to put uo(Jt your
tor big bundle, ot Tub
'.'o pictures for 2r-c at IVnny
Picture Gallery, over Harris'
Don't fail to look us over before
you spend your money. Johan
lies &. Sons.
C G. Harnett went south at
noon, Monday, in the interest of
the Modern Woodman.
Mis Cora Thomas of the Car
Ism Center neighlHirhtssl, was in
the city last Saturday shopping
Mr. Geo. Delaney of Panama,
wa'sinthe'eity Saturday looking
after his Rich Bill property in-
Bob Cai tt is doing some jwmt
Inti for Mrs. Mary White thin
week. Ludue Cor. Henry Co.
Ellective April Hh the Mo.Pae.
will sell Sunday excursion tick-
ets to Kansas City and return at
one fare for the round trip.
A lire alarm brought out the
. department and till the lys in
town to soas a small bla.w in a shed
In the rear of Ieb Bros, estab
lishment la-d Saturday night.
The tire was soon put out without
much damage being done.
IMII kJlll, . ki.oll 1., tt-4 . al
cuii'iiiarta cmmioi. Co.
S-tid tm the new by wire. Our
tl'IcpllOIM! IR Nl. f)2.
' "(Jet Right," lino up with the
Jolmnno firm, tf
Ecrything h represented or
your money hack nt Johannon &
Fred Heinz, of KansaH City,
wiwin the city Monday looking
after property interests.
Jesse l'rico nd wife have gone
to I'ueblo, Colo., and R ill make
that city their future homo.
Hereafter I w ill ho in my den
tal office from Tuesday noon to
Sunday noon. Dit. Slateil
T. S. Shollenbargor, of the
Fairview neighborhood, wai in
the city Monday looking after
Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Croy, of
St. Clair county, are visiting the
family of Geo. Wiles. M rs. Croy
is the sister of Mrs. Wiles.
T. K. Lisle, county recorder,
was on our streets Monday,
shaking hands with friends, not
withstanding this is not a cam
W. H. Cotton didn't hit a barn
door, but a barn door hit him last
Fuiday morning knocking him
down and falling on him hurting
him severely, but not seriously.
He has about fuly recovered.
Five car loads of stuff were ta
ken out Monday by Page and Mc
Mahon for work on a contract of
railroad grading they have down
near Galena, Kas. They took
some fifteen teams and about
Ed lage and Shan Lewman
became involved in a little mix up
oaiuruay nigm. vna m rusuu
was several slashes at one another
with knives, some cutting of
clothes, but no flesh wounds ex
cept on Lewman's leg. If he
had had a wooden leg he wouldn't
have been hurt at alL
J. C. Griggs wants the farm
ers, who cxpc1ctW"Trt'ed good
horses, and raise Missouri
mules, the best in the world, to
know that he has the animals to
sire that kind. See his advertis-
ment in another column, as well
as the splendid bills he had print
ed at the TuinCNU offlce and be
If you want the best farm pa
per pubnsnou in me Lnitea
States look over our display ad-
vertisment of the i arm and Fire
side and then come to our office,
give us a dollar, on back sub
script ion or new subseription,aud
get tin? Farm and Fireside as a
premium. This will give you two
of the, best papers published for
the prion of one.
luveatlgtlQ Ihla Story
It is a positive fact that the
cost of manufacturing nil stand-
aid grade good is practically
the same, but the cost to the He
tail Dealer is widely different.
Those dealers who buy through
biituch houses are comie!lod to
pay about -0 yn-r tvnt more than
N. Jhannes A Sns pay for the
same tpiality, by reasm of the
fact that we are direct factory
agents und cut out all this branch
txuise and traveling men's ex-
pense, and also save the freight
s fomp.11 ed to the mail order
houses we own our pKnl just as
cheap as they do, as our volume
of business plaros us in H)itUn
to do this. We can sell cheaper
than the mail order houses sim-
ply because our expenses are and two daughters, Mrs. Eliza
not half as much as theirs and both Ogden and Mrs. Thos. As-
our car-load freights are not half
as much as the local freight the
consumer hus to pay for mail
These aro positive facts and
we ask a chance to prove to you
that we have a "license" to acll
goods cheaper than any and all
Try us before you bpvud your
IN. Joiinm:s !t Sons Imp'T.Co,
Houses, Kich Hiil, Need ud
L. M. Griffith liKH boon on tlf?
pick list for Hrvornl day.
Gso, Hurgesser, of Fapinsvilh?,
was on our streets Tuesday.
M. A. (.'iiriict, of I'ypinsvile,
vhk on our stnvls Iat Satur
day!, Mr. Mol'ie Jones of St. Clair
countyi is visiting her daught. r,
Mrs Gw Wi,P( on liist Miiple
Wm. Done, the real estate
agent, spent several days over
east of the river last week work J
ing up a big land trade.
We ore glad to reiort that
Miss Nannie Neat, who is in the
hospital at Kansas City, is im
proving as rapidly as could be ex
pected. Mr. W. K. Hill, from east of
the river, was in the city Tues
day, looking after some business
matters and called at the Tiu-
The ladies of the Walnut St.,
M. Eu Church, are getting ready
for an entertainment to be given
at the Opera House about May 9.
Watch for further annoucements.
Mrs. N. Connell and daughter
Treva, have gone on an extended
visit to Mrs. Ira Melson, at Jack
sonville, Florida. They will also
visit relatives in Indiana before
Our oil drillers have struck a
five foot vein of coal southeast of
the city. There are thousands of
acres of coal on all sides of Rich
Hiil only waiting fur the capital
and enterprise to get on top of
S. M. Flanders will leave for
Spokane, Wash, next week. Be
fore going he called and had the
Tribune sent to his new address
for another" year. We regret to
lose good citizens and always
Mr. John Deerwester in at
tending a meeting of the State
Board of Agriculture at Sedalia,
this week, looking after the in
terests of the State Fair. Quite
a number of improvments will
be contracted for.
The Retail Druggists Associa
tion of Bates and Cass counties,
met in annual session last week
at Adrian, and re-elected the fol
lowing officers: F. H. Howard,
East Lynn, president; Samuel
Walls, Adrian, 1st vice president ;
M. C. Barber, Bolton, 2nd vice
president; C. L. Allen, Garden
City, secretary; Geo. N. Dunn,
lleasant Hill, treasurer; trustees,
W. W. Harris, Rich HiU, W, J.
Hall, Adrian, B. F. Flora, Harri-
sonville, and J. I-. Ligget, Pe
Charles Jouea Dead.
Cliarles Jones was born in the
state of Tonnesee, July oO, 121
In Ids early manhood he remov-
ed to the state of lowa.and thirty
years ago to the state of Missou
ri, and about a year and a half
ago to Rich Hill, where he died
in the K!rd year of his age.
At the ago of 20 years ho be
came a memlwr of the Baptist
church and lived the life of a
Christian sixty-thn-e years. In
the early days of the civil war he
enlisted in Co. C of the ard Iowa
Cavalry and served faithfully for
nearly two years, when he was
discharged on account of di;dil-
Ho was a farmer all his
I life and kept a itmscience void of
offense against God ami man. At
about the ago ol U he marnou
Miss Umo Cobb, and of this
union were Inun I wehe children,
only four of whom survive him,
two sous, Jak and Frank Jones,
bury, all of whom live in this city
and were within call when the
' The funeral was conducted
from the Baptist church, Lev. J.
S. Allen preaching the sermon.
The body wa burled In Green
laiwn cemetery and was followed
4. .tt. ft... i l.i iti i-w.i
of people, iucludict: jvhtives,
frico is and cli soldier cosrii..
Thus one inorv old comrado has
unswered thu last roll call .to
pitch hi tent on the other ihorc.
Mr. ' n!Lif I'.uM.Itt Ittl iM.nut.t
tin pro-rt r In t t-t purt of t. n
l Hiiiif) it ti i.iik hmn
Mr .'' r. i.i t ).jn I ititi. b..
IkuiI !! li t mm I ii jil
oi.ib of hl li.t. f 1r Wit,rook.
Uoru, to Mr. ami Mr". Jor K ..-hollar,
oti ti, lith. it riii" girl.
Tb Sprain (tool w lib it f.lc-.l !
on the Uth, m fimt.Kly b-d
with p. Ulnwr srlieit ,y tbf mhool to
tln'lr j.nrtnu ik1 Irl-tl. Alt-r
(liuiic r tlw t Uy rn-rcW- t
lii-M. The dcelMiiiatlonn, He, w-n-well
n-nJfivl, I'rol Su-wnrt, tlrf'
prim !(!ui, luale u jfool tUluff aJ-(
Mr. Tliotnn l;otiirisD nnJ young-
eat l.iUKhtT Ixvla, tua!. a short '
virtlt at J. K. KtUo'a
A lart y ol young people 'rota
went to Mt. leoDar(l, Saturday
evenlug, the l-1tlt to on entertain
ment. Tbey bad a pScaant tiinc.
four Standard Sta!!iocs,Grattans
Will be found at the Spencer
Stable, at tbe northeast corner of
Rich Hill; and will atard at Si 5.00
for a livieg foal. M:-i:t
Almost evcryboJy Is about thro'
Mace liedpe kllltnl & wad tlog
which cntue by bin place one day
Harve Long tuoreJ back to Lla
old place again Friday, after living
west of I'.lch HIU about a year.
Wm. Done ot Pith HIU, van In this
rklnity last Friday and Saturday
on buxinesn. We understand Wm.
la going to take a position with a
Kansas City firm.
Frank SSuuhUt is bains to haul
water asaln these days.
We have been having a touch of
winter again; some enow and also
same pretty bard frost.
P.lgbt thankful are we to bear
euch hopeful oewa from Miss Nannie
Neat. What a glad bappy day it
will be when (he return home to
Uncle Ike and Aunt Uetty, Rale and
Juiljje March was a buiuts visit
or in llkli Hill Saturday.
Johu Louder and wife utv the
bappy powsors of a baby on.
born Saturday. Dr. Allen itkitiatfd
the young Rvntletuan. For a time
Mrs. Iouder'a life waa dipnired of,
but at present she U slightly Im
proving. MS Uacbel Wilson of I'.eavky,
six-nt a couple of days thia week a
gueat of MIim Louia (iig-gs.
Mlssoa Hannah Willis of l'otter.
aiiil Jok Pluckiuen cf Plea&anton,
wore In our city Saturday.
Ir. Allen, waa called to Neosho on
Koltert Stulta and Bud Klwr of
U-avley, were welcorao bsitora al
the tirigK home Sunday.
We were prewrut at the closing of
llev. Shnnnon'a 'ri'i of meeting
Snuilay night. Mr. Shannon loan
ebxpient speaker and will long Is
remembered by all who board him.
, Cleveland Tllsou and wlh-, ot Min
eral, KaiiMi, are vUltlug relativv-a
l'li-nKunt l"Mm-tt, who wn n
bu'llr wouiubtl In a n jiht a wovk
iij;o Saturtbiy night, In now inut-h
U-tttT. We iirr fjulti ure If tin-
boy would only itp coni-U-r
tbe eouneiph-non ut the.-j liiKrAes-
(til Mnvt fliihto, tbe bng l.y of
aiiflcring w liU U MiK,tliui follow,
ai.vt tin i-rrlt) auvlrty of purrnu
entixi'd by Hi':! conduct, I bey would
not U o baty.
"A trt-id I11 n.". U a fri.n.l In
lnl " Ni-vt-r wan tliciv a tris-r
privrb. wUh l- t!unk ail
1I.IM- u bo liow h.iIiukIi ni,
lliy lor it lu w lint luklit l.avoU'. ii
tVrriblc lo. A kind word in oiii.v
a vi-ry tit 1 1t tiling, but 110 one ktion
bow lion b koo1 It ov1 wIk'H titty
The wrntber tbe iat w-k b.'i
N-mi very cold. vt bsve Us-u vUit
1 by b'iivy !ritt, ntid two nilila
lutd kiv. I.rly tfitnii-u nud It.mrn
have iMiftvivd uome Injury. ,1 don't
know bow nltout tbe trult.
Ib'V. rhnpiuan I oriranltinir a
da In vociW iiiuhIc A good inv,
nnd one tlwit rvery IhsI.v who jmv,.!.
I,!v can kbould tiike adVAUt.Av of
Walnut Street M tl'bareU,
Preaching sen ices at this
church each Sunday at 11 a. m.
and ?. p. tu.
Sunday School at '.Ma a. 111.
Junior league at 2.. iv ni.
LpwvrtU Lcguo at 0 5J p. u:.
Tisxr Jrvnrj era Th'ir.,
ifwning at 7:.V
! Tlie public eru cvrdljliy in it-
cl to atlcud.
v.d .vkbi;s.i. I X '
lot of f n'l f, if
Wb'T Vl v,;-rt f t
1-. '!'.!, ';(; and
v "t if. -: rf,:;-b".-
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;ihtor J. Vr. .i sjiv. t:.,.!
j I1'.-awnt'.-n )o "rv r. s .frir'.lvi
tU 4:;..Mo hi L.:;j.; Apfd 1,
d it was no .fc.?--loghir;;.
Dr. John D. JLin-r, oId'.-t s'.n
,l Hon. T!4os. L Ihrpv.-r of Ui
Oak to., Us m--r;t!y a
IKiint.-J a merxberof the LV&rd
of Dental Examiners ff,-r tVi state 1
vernor. Dr. Harper
a graduate of the K.anas City!
T.tal 0;llcge, and reldrA it
Trinidad, CA., where he t-r.yjs a
fine pract ;.'. Bat s Co. V.ord
Some one has been bombard-
ing the Democrat for a week or j
two w:th ananrsious coir.ni-rJ'ja-!
tions in d-fense of the mail order
business. The. writer in one let
ter says he lias been X'tronizing
mail f.rder houvs for twenty
years. One f the first orders
he sent in should have boon for,
an cm woe back peiier and a
dictionar-. Bates Co. Democrat
: m& rl
You Should Have Your New Clothes by
talk Clothes to a great many more.
This is the time to buy your hiV SUIT all te csk is
a chance to prove to yon that this is the place to get it.
KING OF ALL
CURSS RKIU?SAT1S! 1 AND ALL PAT!
r t kit t
S S "v. ;
1 i fjita
CAD THIS RWlAKKATli: CUTIE
''I aaovTa ailA-iJ; wii 1 ifmtaUa. wri'.ca
Ed. C. ls4. lomavUrf, i-xlfwck. C., Kt,'jur
:x.t oa c rau ;;c aa4 iuScr.t a (Scat cl
1 . tniucrd tJ Uf ftliml'i Soo Lia ,afat. & v
evif i tcvr, if.t-f iif Vtt9 ijc twU'r. IT LSTUU
t.Kb-MKsr UMHii-sr i mvi.a.iiji;
vauoMttxlvvl it t a at:it cf pua, U xi
lrsKtl u Ut tca:r t bf II. I J .
uUi-hj! rrtHv.H, aa-i am Sit t Bf jvs a $;t
Iral cf t-ii.t lilv wa tia Ura '
THPslX SHLS: 25c, 50c AT CD $1X0
DALLARD SNOW LINlMEtfl'CO,
ST. LCVtr. L A. A.
OPCRA D'4UQ OTCI-rj.
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Will you laU- Vt v, n :
Ciad 4t 'T
is feU thit jwr fi.-.cy cJ Ls-
" xl Uect.s y.i v1
lUt Vroh-i to wr.
W-t t rk -s t.XL
I r."t worry
j st to ttA2ig?. Th &rlr yc:
jeocie th; irx-r; yon can try on.
S. L AMES,
t l-to-3ate lioj.
V',.r - a ,v.n"T
brw ts. to swear.
In the World
cf Dress, Easter
nars fAe real
advent cf Spring.
Those who go ta
church, and those
who do mt, are unit'
ed iit the desire for
rem C'cthes. He haie
already furnished a
great many men ttitk
their Spring 0tf'.s,
and tie are rzidj to
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