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LOCAL MIKFS. $
Zol Davis is in the city visit inn
Send u tlio iiows by wlr. Our
tcloplioiip Im No.
Jerry Culbertxon, of t lie Prince
Mining Co. upent Sunday in tlx;
Miss Maggie Barber hu gone
to Kansas City on a visit to rola
five. Prof. P. M. Stephen, of Hume
ha been elected principal of the
Kich Hill high school.
J. II. Kaney, of Sprague, was
in the city Monday, - attending
strictly to business.
Mr. Wm. Youard, of the water
works station, visited friends in
Nevada Monday, returning Tues
day. Nita and Koss Jones, children
of J. Ed Jones, city clerk, have
gone to Butler on a visit to rela
tives. The Walnut Street M. E. Sun
day School will celebrate the
first Sunday in June ns Chil
Miss Eula Weeks, who wishes
to attend college the coming year
declined a re-election as teacher
in our schools.
Mrs. Chas. Burrows went to
Uutler Monday for a short visit
with her mother, Mrs. (. M.
Smith and other relatives and
Mrs. C. IL Reed is still very
low at her home on East Park
Avenue. Her friends have little
hojHs of her recovery She
a brother who is failing fast too.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stottler
came down from Kansas City on
the excursion train to spend Sun
day with Mrs. Stottler's parents
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Van oorhis.
Dr. D. E. Smalley, of Hume,
was in the city Monday. He
may come back to Kich Hill some
day in the nweet bye and bye.
Doc ssms to be. getting better
Thad 1 lurch and wife came
down from Kansas City last Fri
day t attend the funeral of Mrs.
Pygard and remained over Sun
day with the family of C. (J.
J. IL Ashby brought to the
Tkihlnk othco Tuesday morning
a sample of atrawberrica that
for sizejund flavor 'beat the band.'
They are known as the Sample
strawberry and are an excellent
sample uf the cultivators art in
producing the Vsst Ix-rry the
lord lets grow. Mr. Ashby tin
derstands the berry business
and has the best varieties.
Oliver Fortune, Homer Hud
dleson, Abe Krciger, Morris
Sanders.Iiu Linbergcrand wife;
Ivan Khea Bnd wife, Dan McMur
try and wife, A. J. Moberly and
wife, Miss Nolle Chance and
other former Kich Hill ioople
came down from Kansas City last
Sunday to visit friends and rela
tives in their old home town.
Sunday was a kind of home coin
H. V. GEIGER,
Womcns Handkerchief Sale
On Sale FRIDAY only
On Friday morning we 111 j'lare a tolW-lion of HanJker
rhli'ls, boiiKht from an ever staked Importer at uuder-the-market
value, at pritvs that n-prem-nt a liberal saving.
The tjualltlea are of the sort that w III wucvt-sofully stand the
wear ami tear of washing. At theno little prices you can
afford a generous supply.
All linen, white
leiimt lulled hand
kerchiefs, an ext-l-kut
tommou ue; ou
ale Friday FJ
Tlalu while em
Cllk-ts, With Kill
loil or heniittlti li
ed t-dg's and klut r
to 2.V, Friday P
OM niwd))ntier to put under your
cnrMl, 5c for hg bundle, at The
Tin lies R ottlp.
Dr. Slater will bo in his office
every Wednesday, Tliursday,
Priday and Saturday.
P.M. Martin seems to be get
ting into n great scrape down at
his new coal mines.
Miss Georgia Davis returned
Tuesday from h visit to friends
at Lee Summit.
Mrs. J. K, Strong, wife of Kev.
Strong, is visiting her parents at
Holla, Mo this week.
Eugene Watson, It. P. D. No. 7
Hutler, will read the Tkiucse!
during the coming year.
C. W. Orris has gone west to
see the lay out of the Prince
Mining Co., in British Columbia.
Geo. Medley continues to read
the Tribune and will keep post
ed on Kich Hill news for another
Mrs. Mollie Jones has been on
the sick list the past few days at
the home of her daughter, M rs.
Mrs. Gusta Pearson has gone
on an extended visit to her sister
Mrs. Betcher, and other relatives
over in Kansas.
W. E. Hill, from east of the
river, was in the city Monday
and went to Fort Scott, to visit
friends for a few days.
Big John Linn came over from
Eldorado Springs Tuesday, not
dead by a long chalk but as live
ly and full of talk as ever.
We had a regular old fashion
ed root soaking rain Monday and
hope we may now have a little
sunshine and warmer weather.
The School Board at their last
meeting re-elected the old set of
teachers entire, except Miss Eula
Weeks who will attend college
Uriah Ayers, court stenogra
pher, came from Butler Satur
day to spend Sunday with his
family. He returned to duty
Geo. W. Poulter, John Hern
don, Goo. Medley, and J. M. Sal
lee were all in attendance at the
G. A. R. post Wednesday night
of last week.
Mrs. Denton, wife of Judge C.
A. Denton came down from But
ler, Tuesday, on a visit to the
family of Mr. Geo. Templcton
and other friends.
FhiveTygard and J. W.Jami
son attended the state Banker's
association at Kansas City Tues
day and Wednesday. Plave is see
rctary of "Group if of this dis
trict. A neat, six columns! paper is
the Kockyille Star, a new candi
date for public favor over at our
enterprising neighUr city of
liockvillc. May it live long and
Dr. and Mrs. S. L. Ames have
'gone to Baldwin, Kan., to In-
present at the commencement
exercises of Baker university
and witness the graduation of
their son Ccil Irwin Ames.
They w ill be gone for a week or
Men's w bite hem
hniidkerx hlefs, gtHKl
for everyday ue
und ord I u a r 1 1 y
worth 1V. A
JKf Friday, each. J V
Mn. IV F. Trjrard.
Died at her home Sn this city
Wednesday evening, May 17th,
IDOfi, in the 51st year of her age,
Mrs.MinnieTygard, wife of Win.
P. Tygard. Mrs. Tygard has
been a sufferer for many months,
sometimes bettor, sometimes
worse and yet her death came
unexpectedly and as a great
shock to her many friends. She
was a native of Ohio where she
grew to young womanhood and
married Win. P. Tygard Au
gust 12th, 171. and came to Mis
souri with her husband and to
Kich Hill soon after the city was
organized and the Kich Hill Bank
began business with which Mr.
Tygard has been connected ever
since. She left surviving, be
sides her husband one son. Wm.
P. Tygard Jr.. and one daughter,
In the absence of her pastor,
Kev. W. B. Chancellor, her funer
al was conducted by Kev. J. II.
Miller, of Nevada, a former pas
tor. His tribute to the life and
virtues of deceased was very
touching and appropriate. A
great portion of our older citizens
both from the city and aurround
country were present to pay
their last tribute of respect to
the deceased and family, a testi
monial of the esteem in which
they are held. The sympathy of
the whole community goes out to
to them in their affliction as all
recognize that when Mother is
taken the loss is irreparable.
The mother is the connecting
link that binds the family circle,
the balance wheel that sustains
the family regularity, when this
is gone nothing can take its
place. After the services the
body was taken to Butler where
it was deposited in the Tygard
family vault in Oak Hill Cemetery
A special car was provided for
the large number of friends who
accompanied the sorrowing lam
ily to the last resting place of
Kpwortb League Electa Officer.
At a business meeting of the
Epworth League of tho Walnut
Street M. K. Church held Mon
day night, the following officers
were elected to serve one year:
President D. II Thiibrick.
1st V. R Oscar K. Hurst.
2d V. P. Miss Olivia Beggs.
Ud V. R Miss Lillie Philbrick
4th V. P. Miss May Martin.
Secretary Geo. A. Beggs.
Treasurer I. P. lhilbrick.
Supt. Junior League Miss
Mrs. Spraker, and Misses May
Martin and Blanche Burns were
chvted as delegates to the Dis
trict League Convention which
meets at Carl Junction, June 7,
and t. Miss Virgie Lundean
and Will Pontious were elected
The Junior league will Is re
pnsented by its suierintondent.
Miss Nita Jones and Master
"In levers' Meetlnjr"
Tlie love story of a washer
woman, a tragedy of toil and
poverty and age is told with ten
der and sympathetic touch by
Harvey J. O'Higgins, in the June
McClure's. Tho stories that are
all about, but never soon, the
dramas of sverty and obscurity
are the special tield of Harvey J.
O'Higgins, who brings to his art
a sympathy and understanding
worthy of J. M. Barrio.
Harry Brown and brothers
and sister have sold the W. C.
Brown property to Mrs. S. Hoi
Ioway, who will occupy the same
as a residence as soon as she can
Kev. li. H. Templeton will
preach the Soldiers' Memorial
Sunday sermon at the Walnut
St., M. E. Church nest Sunday
morning, May 2, at II ols k
a, m. All old soMiers are re
quested to att'nd as far as prac
ticable. Svat will bo reserved
for thcru. ' Tho public generally
aie invited to attend. Tlie uiusic
will Ik suitable to the occasion.
We tnke tip oar !? II ngi'.o. T-
rradi-ra liave l.nrj a put for mrrrn)
Mr. 15. n Turk of Monot Vrrnon, '
I ji -!! county. vUlta-d Mo daugh
ter, !r. IW-b Hand, wvi-rnl darn
John Colt, of F'mW, ii thliinst
on trie nds In tills vklnlty Kundxy.
He rr-port hi k"1 tnottx-rln Iwttr
Ix-nltU thnn Ujrm-nrnl yean, lirtitirj.
tun U K yrnr old.
John Kliitf wan vUItin I.U moth
er one day liiat wk. John U frm-
IniC over In the 1'rslrle City ix-Ib-borhood.
He ha bought hliou lf a
new bujrey anI ufoe driving borne.
Ulrls. Utke uotke.
(irnnilma louder k-ft for a tririt
with relative In the southern part
of the elate, Friday.
Mr. A. C. Bradley and Mrs. Wak-
ley, of Ilk h Hill, were visiting Mm.
1. . Nent laxt Thursday.
Judge March and family, of llear-
k-jwere calling In Keith Sunday
afternoon. They report the IU-av-k-y
Hundny School the l-st they
have had for several year. The
scholar are ieactk:Ing for children's
day the first Sunday In June.
Mrs. Chan. Craig and children w ere
visiting at her father. J. B. Watson's
Mrs. ixtnayere k-ft Wednesday for
several mouth visit with beraged
mother In the old country. We wish
Iter a pleasant voyage across the
Mrs. Stida and daughter. Miss
Lena, and Lnclle Itoblnson, of Rich
Hill. -nt Sunday at Uncle Ike
Mrs. Fannie leAruicnd, who has
Junt returned recently from a two
rear's stay la ArUona. was rUdting
old neighbors in this vleinity hvt
week. She will make ber home for
the present with ber daughter, Mrs.
Frankle Biggs, at Lacygne, Kan.
We were glad to get home after
our seven long weeks In the hos
pital and see the dear familiar faces.
Words cannot express our thanks to
the many friends. We fee! that we
have Ieen bleseed ami that Cod in
his goodness has been with us and
spared ns awhile longer.
Spend Your Summer Vacation
in the mountains of Colorado.
I will secure you furnished
rooms for light housekeeping,
give you rates and route you.
Miss IL M. Colvtllk,
Garfield Co. Colo.
Geo. Booth was over in the P.
V. neighborhood looking after
his cattle this week.
F. L Blankenbaker lost a tne
milk cow the other day.
Kichard Singel, from VX.
Smith, Ark., has been isiting
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Jackon Kichard is a fine
young man and lias been gone
five years. His friends were all
glad to see him again.
T. J. Booth and Will Blanken
baker were sawing wood togeth
Tho farmers are hoping the
sun will continue to shine as
their crops are needing it. i
Sunday School at Pleasant?
Valley every Sunday lit 10 a. m.
Children' Day the se-cond Sun-,
day in June. J
M. L Smith was rteddhng tish
L (i. Thomas is building a
barn on his farm.
Jas. Thomas and wife are re
joicing oor their fine baby by
(SNOW B w.i-
four Standard Stallions, Orettans
ill be found st the Spencer
Sthle, st the noithest corner of
Rich 1MI; siul will iiai-J t Si 3.00
for a livir.g foal. Mj i;t
Haltiut Street M IwCliuixta.
Pnvtching servivH's at tlu
church each Sunday at 11 a.m.
and s p. m.
Sunday S hool at IMS a. m.
Junior League at 2 ..'U p. m.
I'.pworth league at T p. in.
Prayer uniting on Thursday
tAtning at f.
Hie public are irdially hw lX
eel to attend.
IL U. TUil'IXlON, Poster.
Ithw, :i-T W. I, j ion aii
Mary K. Iton, l w by th-lr
tvrtAln (t-'l fA Imtt dT-J !lw t w rn-ty-foarth
Any of S"j).-ni!-r( r-l.
ni ri or'l J la !'.rk 13. at j.-ge
In t? ILrw.-order'a o.Tlr yf I;t-s
co-joty, Jill'or1, CnvyeiJ to Wn.
F. TjKrd. Jr , a 7ruUt, t!c fvl
li !t)jf fri-rM-'l r-aletAte ituait-J
In tl furity iA V.tU n. htat of Mi-j
wjrt. U-it: Ail of V.ts etxht ().
nine ('), and t-n (V. la t.! r k f nr
tsm (14j. in fimt ndditMi to ti
town, bow city, of U HI.'l. JIW
nouri. lii'h sjii'l ronveyaMe was
l4.-kj- to xx'tire t!e paj tuent --f a
e-rtaln pron.i(w,ry not- with thej
ltitert-t t!-mjn pnjaMe (7il-anno-'
aliy. whk h satd note U &Kr'l In
k-ild dd of trut. arid
Wt-re. default ht la tiin
in tl payutetit of tli Interest lo
thereon tuijii-aiin'jijy as provii"J
in Sitid projuUory note aad i-l
of trut. altiiougU aM liitret l
long iaf-e do.
Now. therefore, at the ip7oet tA
the leffftl holder of said pronilory
note, end !:i a'.-cr !ar. W.th tis:
temiij of aid l--l jf trnt notice i
bercljy given that I. th uniierx;gaei
tnit'' a ju'jra; j, on
Satcbiu v. the 1'ith day of Jvr..l'JfC,
bet w-n the boors of nin o'cl'nk
In the forenoon and five o'chxkln
the afternoon, at the front d-orof
tb Ki'h H:ll Kank. in the tity of
I'.nh liiil. bates coocty, MVwvjart.
prnreel to e!l tlw Kald alwve o--wriited
real etate. or much
th-rjf n may te licewsary, at
public vendue, to the high-t t'idd-r
for cavh. for the purpose of mitirfy
Ujg sid delt and Interest due there
on, severed ha aforesaid, and lite
costs and exieru- of executing said
Wv. F. Ty;ak. Jh..
Now is the appointed tlide to prejare for tit."?
hot, sultry summer days.
Buy theia e;rly, make them early. Oar
DKESS GOODS DEPARTMENT is full of new
Organdie Superb" and
in the new Floral Dis:gns now so rxkpular.
Sold er)"berc at 8
KING OF ALL
CURES rJSUllATISIl ATO ALL FAIN
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cacwoAl it t aomlvt t yvttaas, a'-l m ;"'-
thsitli bciaf tBrr.t t fee t mam
wuhoct mttebe. ss to wiixn a Ktvt
TliBXE SUES: 25c 50c AND $1.00
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tKb atoLlaxrfy low j-rt-..
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