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NANNIE R. Mt'CKKBT.
nr Vnt . Thn Kmlkl...
irij Mnnih. I S,f I. topt...
F.nirl ascorHInf to Oi Kl l Confrauiu rtsi
ixiu o(K..e Rlcfc Ultl. trcoai dux s0 rnamc
We'd hate liko S.im Hill to
spend $100,000 on a Democrat
like Sinn Cook.
Nearly 0,OtW,000 bushels of
iiv.Cnx uere used in the United
Stales last year in the produc
tion of spiritous liquors.
The number of cigaretts man
ufactured in the United States
for the year ending June 30, 1903
At last the colleges of the
country are corning to their
senses and putting a stop to foot
ball, which is all right and yet
far less objectionable than hazing
"Why not t reat the young brutes
like any other criminals.
Senator Burton, of Kansas,
has again been convicted by a ju
ry and sentenced by the Court
to a short term of imprisonment
and the payment of a $2,500 fine
but a stay of execution has been
granted pending appeal. Thus
a little fish is caught but the
whales keep out in deep water
and manage to escape.
Chas. C. Hilton has sold the El
Dorado Springs News to Mr.
Walter Allene, of Hiawatha,
Kans. Mr. Allene took charge
Dec 1st, and will have to hustle
if he keeps the News up to the
mark Charley Hilton has raised
and kept it for the past eighteen
months'. Hilton certainly knows
how to run a local newspaper
and make it a success, and no
wonder, for he has a helpmate
whose beniticent influence would
help, encourage and spur any
genial man like Hilton to success.
Ills ability and judgment, match
ed with her literary taste and
discrimination, would bring suc
cess to them anywhere. KlDo
rado Springs will not soon forge
Hilton's connection with her
f flK above picture of the
Inn it nihl fish is the tnt de
li ii J f Scott's Kniulsioii,
mid is tho pyiionvin for
Mrength imd purity. It is Hold
in iihnost nil the civilized coun
tries of t lit glolie. '
If the cod hVh lifetime extinct
it would Ik? ii world-wide calam
ity, Iki hiisc (ho oil t hut conies
from its liver mrpusHen nil other
fats in nourishing and life-giving
properties. Thirty ycuiu g
the proprietors of Scott's L'mul
fcion found u way of preparing
cod liver oil so that everyone cur?
take it ttiid get tho full value of
the oil without the objetti'jnuMe
taste. Scott's KmuM ii is tliii
lt thing in the worM for v.t:il:,
Imckwaiil cliii Iron, thin, dcli-.a'c
people, nnd nil coiulitioija of
wasting ii ud lost strength.
Sru4 tor .Tv ttmifiU.
fcCOTT & IJOVNK, CurwisT
auyJia vbaul rnirr, msw uas
ate mJtl m) Jit Jragximt.
Tho "mysterious stranger" is
Tine Internal Kevcnuo collect
ed by the government for tho last
fiscal year was over $23 1,1, WO.
of this amount $120,57:1,000 was
collected on distiller spirits.
Tho main points in tho presi
dent's message appenr in this
issuo of tho Tkmunk and we
trust they will be read by all our
readers. His views on rate rcg
ulation, insurance, labor, reve
nue, and merchant marine, Bre
clear and indirect line with the
progressive and t raditional policy
of the Republican party.
Senator Wm. Warner was right
royally welcomed to Washington
City by his G. A. K. comrades
upon lxis arrival in that city. Cor
poral Tanner, Commander-in-Chief,
in his address at the meet
ing extending the welcome, sug
gested that 'if Warner ever left
the Senate it might be to go to
the White House." This senti
ment caused loud and long con
tinued cheerinir. Senator War
ner in his speech, unmistakably
indicated that ne is with the
President in his stand for Re
publican principles and the well
known doctrine of the G. A. R.
organization of "honesty and pur-
itp in public affairs."
NotUospel Truth, but True as
Hourkv Cochran has been slat
ed for grand sachem of Tammany
under the proposed reorganiza
tion. M r. Cockran is not very re
liable, but the same criticism
can be made of mince meat.
Of I u teres t to Missouri Militia.
Here is an unlooked for pro-
spective benefit likely to accrue
to a large number of deserving
citizens of Missouri, (who have
for years,unwittingly been voting
the democratic ticket), by the
election of a republican congres
sional delegation to the senate
and house of representatives, in
the shape of pension legislation.
Congressman Rhodes of the 18th
district wants to be appointed a
member of tho house pension
committee, so he will have a bet
ter opportunity to influence pen
sion legislation in behalf of the
6 months militia, 42000 members
of which responded to the call of
Gov. Gamble of Missouri in 101,
and in Representative Rhodes'
estimation were the chief factor
in the saving of Missouri to the
Union. The stale was question
able, but the promptness with
which these patriots responded
to the call had a moral effect,
which proved in an unmistakable
manner that a majority of the
citizens of Missouri were loyal to
the Union. At present the six
month militia veterans have no
jH'nsionable status. M r. Rhodes
who is a Republican and of course
desires the best interest of all
loyal Missui i.ms who contracted
to the holding the grand old state
in the union, wants to have the
(tension laws so amended us to
include these men in all the
slates but more especially in
Missouri und he will offer a bill
to that end. This will Is: good
news to our old friend, Josiah
McGuirc und a nuuds-r of other
Misurians wo know and some of
our Kaunas friends, as J. H. Ash
by and soma others. Such a bill
when it is offered, will probably
Our Visit to Kotdlers' Mom.
Ixist wei k, with a sick man,
Kied t'une, we lsk a trip to the
.Soldiers' Homo, nuar feuven
worth, Kans. Our friend hud to
be taken on a cot in tho baggage
car. We had to change cars
twice on the way but there was
no lack of careful help at any
siiiit, showing most clearly the
disposition of the American to
htlp where his help is needed.
Arriving at the Home depot
men were tin-re ready to see that
the .nnbul.iiKu was brought.
Thv bkli uua tvus put la nod tv
Ikon to the hospital in a rubber
tired ambulance, wheeled Into
tho oftico of registration In a
wheeled choir, his furlough tak
en up, tho proper record made,
medical examination made nnd
tho patient conveyed to tho prop
er wrd. We went to the hotel
within tho camp and saw crowds
of men in lino as though some
thing unusual was going on.
Upon inquiry ns to tho cause,
of tho crowd, we were informed
they were in line to get into the
theatre. Wo were told that Un
cle Sam run tho theatre for tho
pleasure of the old soldiers, and
tho hotel for transients and such
others as preferred to pay the
Tho next morning we saw a
church like building and inquir
ed its use and was told it was for
the benefit of the old soldiers.
In fact there is nothing about
this place of beauty, as well as
use, that is not for the benefit of
these old veterans. Everything
is of the cleanest and best. Noth
ing seems to be left undone that
can bo done, in a place so pub
lic, for tho saviors of the nation.
Here are gathered nearly four
thousand old men, but few of
them under sixty, of all sorts,
sizes and conditions, all on a per
fect equality so far as it is possi
ble to have it so, well fed, well
clothed and well housed. With
no care or cause for worry, ev
erything necessary for man to
have provided free of charge by
the best government on earth,
approved and supported by the
best and most generous people
Generally, if a soldier wants
employment he can get it at
small wages, but as he is at no
expense, the wages are fairly
good. About one thousand men
are out on furlough all
tlio tiiiir. !
and in the summer the. number
furloughed runs up to as many
as fifteen hundred.
Quite a large number are in
the hospital all the time. We
fllli-i1 tl h.m Mr P,,n 1... !
calltU to se Mr. Lane jut be-1
fore leaving and found him in a
loan nnnt K,l Sr. n ,1 K..) in '
an even temperature all the time
with everything as neat and
clean about him as it is isissiblej
to make it. Whether he will
ever get well, is a question; but j
his situation is as pleasant us it '
is possible to make things for a
very sick man. While we were
there the weather was hovering
about the icro mark and the wind
bUiwing a j)erfoct gale from the
north so we did not think it best
to venture out as much as we
wished but what we saw and
heard causes us to think there is !
no reason for any soldiers to live
the life of a tramp or of want, be
cause uncle bam provides for
him in a most generous and boun
tiful manner and all ho has to do
is to accept it. From the time
we left Rich Hill until we left the
Soldiers' Homo everybody was
kind and clever and nothing was ;
lacking to make the sick man
comfortable as jsissible.
Frank Shuster was
with Kit h Hill merchants Friday,
Atiurew iMiodgo made a bust- j from dale, und a copy of u hit h holi
ness trip to Hutler Monday, its lllod Willi i'l'iluin a (s iltloii; nnd
! A !(..... l I ii '"r ""' purposeof eulonlnu payment
I. A. llartz of Km kv.ile, whs , miUi ,,. ,,. ,.tutiff hs caused
threshing cano seed and kath r i is-s. l.-d under a writ of attach,
corn in this part of the country ' rlnht. title and Intenst
the first or the week. ' 'f iho Ih-feudane in nml to the west
. hall of set-lion twenty hllie (L3I) nml
j- ..... . .
ius i;ianu is nauimg his sur -
plus corn to Chas.
Lane He is
Kt-ttiiiK ilJc for it.
Frank Hammond has sold Ids
farm, st k and arm impKamonts
and will loave for Kansas City in
the nt-ar future.
C. J. Imiw is Koinu to ship ' ",'xl term ihorfof. in bo U-uun and
some tattle and hK's to Kansas; ,,'',,1"V .V1,,'!", r,"!,,t M",,N" '"I!"'
i.. l t .... a ... city of liu t let. In said county, on the
Lit 111 a It"V liajs. u, m()v K. t.ruary. lwsj. and
Frank Hlankenbaker is uettiaif '"" "r tsf.nv tlio first day of aid
ready to leave for Idaho aU-ut
baturduy or Monday.
A Wondrrfiil Ires.
Tlwro's a wonderful b..i k on a won
That Ktow s lu the canyon near a j
Vos, tiol aaj tin'
hav i sow n,
I..K.-K the Si-eil
That c may Is supplied with
I'repan-d liy.Tho Cnscntouo Modl
i tine Co., So. Hh St, lilwh Hill, ila
i'vr sale by nil dealers.
IV lion your head Is dUy ami netting,
And there In a pnlu In avery bono,
JuHt ro to Pr. Short's ofllco,
Ami buy a hot Mo of t'neratotte.
Dr. Hhort'a Mile ts on No. 6(h Ht.,
Uo to htm friends, ho ran not bo I cut,
1 1 In mcdlclnn Is uoml,
Tho doses nrt smnll,
I am sur he van help you on ami
all, ltjr ii Friend.
Order of Publication,
Static ok Mihsocki,
County of ItateK
In the CliYitlt Court. Ir
YacaMoti Novemlior IS, J905.
May V.. PihwkwehliT, riulntUT,
Tho Trust Company of Ainorlon, and
Timothy 11. IS wort, iH-fomlants.
Now nt this day comes tho Plaint
iff hervin, hy his Attornoys, Templo
ton & Ilnli-H, nml iiios his petition
timl-r ontli. nMi'irlnjr, among; other
things that lVfomliuit. Th Trust
Comimny of America nml Timothy
1!. Sweet. nrt non-roshlonts of the
Stnto of Missouri:
Whorenpon. it is ordeivd ly tlie
Clerk in vm-ntioti, that salt Defend
nuts lie notilk'O ly publleatlon that
I'liilutiif has commoneeil t suit
iit-ninxt tliem In this Court, tho ot
Uxt nnd jrenernl nnturp of which Is
to obtain a riorrve of tliin Court st
isf.vinir n certain do'd tf trust exe
cutoil by Fn-derio l Pates nnd Ito
Hcfta Bntes, Ids wife, whereby they
convoyed to tlio said Timothy It
Sweet, tlio following decriled
promise's, situate nnd Is-ins in Bates
county, Missouri, to-wlt:
Parts ol lots Ave nnd sis (5 nnd 6)
In liliM-k fixty three Ol3 in the city
of lcicli Hill, to-wlt: Commencing nt
tho northwest corner of said lot kIx.
theiH-e south sixty-two feet, thenco
oat sevcnty-Uvp feet, thonco north
sixty-two feet, them-e west se-onty.
fivo feet to plm-e of Ixltiiilnir. to se
cure the payment of n certain prom
issory note, to K. M. Slielilen or
order, descrilK-d III said deed if trust
'l'hnt said Sheldon assigned. trnns
ferred and set over said note nnd
deed of trust to lloteiidant, Tlio
Trust Company of A merlon: That at
tlio time of tlio execution of said note
nnd deed of trust, tho snld Frederic
i. IiatoH was the owner of tlio hImivp
descrilsil preliilsex but that tlio
Flaiutiff hei-in is now the owner In
fee simple of said premlws, and that
said Indolitodness has Is-cn fully paid
nnd all tho terms of said deed of
trust complied with, ami that unless
said Defendants In nnd npsiir nt
this Court, nt the uex: term thereof,
to ls Is'itini nnd holdeu nt tho Court
House In tho city of ISutler. in sld
county, on tho first Moudar lu lel-
-,,.. 1.1 . ... .1...
ruary. yij, und on or In-Iotv tho
first d?i v of sjiIiI term, answer or
plead to the petition in said mum,
tho sMine wilt ls taken ns coi:fes.H,
nnd JiKluiiicut will ln reiidorotl nc
corilhiuly. And it Is further ordered, thnt a
roliV lii reof ! iiubllslied. necoi-illnir
tO I.IW. Ill tlio lCH II Hll.l, TlllllCMK,
IM.wlll,IIIH.r .lisii in ,,, t.ulltv
of lmt.s. for four wcvksucvrlvery.
pUltiisheil nt least one (i Wtvk. til.
last Insertion to Is nt least thirty
days lsfor tlio tlrst day of said next
February tvriu of this Court.
J. A. Pattkiihov,
A true copy from the rvcord.
Witness my hand, nnd sou! of the
. . Circuit Court of lintes coun
skai. ty.thUJSth day f Novem--
' Ikt. IWIi.
J. A Patti.usox. Circuit Clerk.
Chas. M. Barkley. D. C
Order c( Publication.
tmt IntenioN Nov. jo, t5.)
Statk ok Mishoi iii
County of Hates,
In tho Circuit Court,
(K'tols-r I inn n).'.
t t toU-r 10, liwa.
ii. Allen. Plaintiff )
Iec lU-all, iH'fendant. J
Now nt tills dnv comes
the Plalntltr. I.y his Attorneys. Tem
pleton .V llnles. nnd files Ills (will loll
and ailblavlt. iilleulnu, among otlier
thlliKS that IMxmbint is tl hoil-n-si-ileiit
of the Slate of Missouri:
V hereupon, it Is ordered lT tho
: Court, tluit said Ivfeiidnnt ls liotl-
llel liy piibin-ntioii that rlalntirt has
coiuiiieiK-eil a suit ngnliiHt him in
this Court, the object ami general
Iwilun-ol which Is tu rollii t a prom
issory note dated Juno Hih, IhtSi,
signed by the Ivfomlaut itud made
! l". "'o I'l'iiuitrf. whicli note
t us k 1 ' ,r w.i won itiiirtl
in...-. i u ..... ....... .....
t, fill.... ll " i , - IIUUIIIII
itho north half of the northeast
; ""rier of s i tMi t Menl v-nlne cli(
aim lots I Write (I.), tlilrleon (1.1).
fourt-en (14) nnd liftooii (1A. In mt
Hon twenty (-01. nil In tovuhlp
i hlrty-nlue (3U). ranuo tliirty-one
(31), lu Dates coilit. Mo., nnd tl,.i!
unless the said Defendant, 1a- Iteall,
ls and nps-ar nt this Court, nt the
' ".'r'": n"'"'r "r I'1' '"" '"'
iniii mi siioi eiiMsi', me same w in in
taken ns confessed, nnd Jiidiriueut
will le rcmlcrvd nccordluulv.
Aim his inriiier ornervii. isint n
copy lieieot Ih pillillslieil, aecoraliux
to law. In tho liu ii Hii.i. Tkiiiok. a
newspaper published lu said couufv
of Kate for four weeks sticcomdvcly,
I piilillslu-il nt least oiiio H week, liie
last IiimtiIoii to ls nt I. nst thirty
ii iiik Is'f.uv the Itrst day of said
V . y.rVA. i.LVw i i J ...ii i -I...L
A true copy fioin tho recti rd.
Witness my hand, uud will of the
Irciill ourt of Hales conn
sin. l.v. ll, l l lili day of S'ovem
w. , H-r. H 3
J. A Patti.ii!, Circuit Ucrk.
V. M. Harkk-y.a C.
Handsome Fabrics for
1 ho holiday season Is nonr nt hand and yon w ill no doubt bo
Interestedln our handsome display of Ores fabrics suitable for
pnrty and ovonlntf wear. Soft dollcnt shade of pink, blue, green,
srny and rod, In correct tnntorlals thnt nu-ot i-vory nspilsito for
stylo and fs-auty. Those will make handsome acceptable gifts.
Ask to se them.
sultalilo for wnit, skirtu nnd drowses.
S(eclully prlciil, jierynnl
The Tkibune will visit you
KING OF ALL
CmZS RICUTlATtSa ATC ALL FAT!
B Eu7 La IJT . , e
II m. m m K a m n iurr mmits. ewrmtit aiwti.s.
II IW, sssss. ssweas. ouil; 1m Vul sMu!taA " wwle? "mZau, I
"X u asca sffilcteA with tbeamatisn, vrfte
Bd. C. Kn4. Irsriii, Svdr" Co., KsasM,"f oto(
boat en cratdwt sad c2rinr gnmt deal ol psia
I w ladaccd to try Ballard's baow Lhxu&rnt, whicla
enrvd nr. after oae thr $0c botlts. 1TI3TUII
CRKATE3T LINIMENT I EVER USED; bT nc
Muneoded it to a a amber ol persoas, all epre
themselTC a bciag bcoc&ted by it. Z now walk
wttboQt mtclsea, asd ant abl to twrfora (rest
deal ol light labor too Ural."
THRJEX SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00
BALLARD SNOW LINIMEfiJTCO.
T. LOVU, U tW A.
BOLD AN 3 RKCOftSMCND&D BY
OPERA DRUG STORE.
Bead The Tribune. $1.00.
There seems to be an epidemic f
of bad ttdds, it Isn't the yrip, ':
for you don't have that awful ach
We call this "just right" wea
ther" not to told not too warm,
tine for hog killing.
Glen ltorron, of Cody, Wyo,,
arrived Thursday on a few weeks
visit with relatives and friends,
will probably spend tho holidays. ,
Some young lady is going to be, i
happy before anotlier week with
a grand piiino. ;
Mail carrier on number ft route
gave his patrons notice they j
Would have to tlx the roads or not !
get any mail west of Keavley.The !
road bus been fixed. Ho took a!
spade along for several days and '
tried to ditch the bad places.
We can't describe ones find
ings to be invited to a Thanks
giving dinner and can't go, just
stay at home and eat plain din
ner, that was our experience
Thursday. Yet we are very
thankful to our Heavenly Father
fur his many blessing.
The schmd directors at Ueav
ley concluded to have only one
teacher, they having had two,
i'rof. AJaxey and wife up to last
Friday. So lYof. M. U about
the busiest man around here he
has both rooms to manage now.
J. K. DeJurnctl with Ids force
of men is.lixing tho culvert and
mud hole that we have been
w riting about for so long.
P. W. Lynch bclU W liVu4tll
Itr.AUriFL'L ItATISTi: In dainty evening
shades of pink, blue, gni-n. (ttrny nnd nd. also
white, for party wear, tui excellent P0f
value, s-r yard Jul
YVHITI-: MOHAIlt In a splendid quality thnt will
wear nnd launder. An excellent material Cftp
for waists or costumes. por yard JUl
MKHCF.KI7.KD POPLIN, a handsome wash fab
ric In winter weight, suitable tor waists or cos
tumes. In purple. Alio blue, green, cn-nni HOr
and white. Ad exi-eptlonal price, jior yard...Uw
WHITB BERUK, AO in. wiO-, a very handsome
very stylish, of superior qnnllty.
52 times for $1.00. Subscribe.
cattle to V. C. McCvnnis last
week. Shipped a car load to
Kansas City Monday night, these
cattle have boon on pasture here
tho past two months. lVte says
he has buught It's) acres more
land since the new boy arrive d
at his house.
The gresirnt of ail ntwxpxp m it
the iaii.v oi.ock-ii..mo(.s at, of St.
Loui. It hat a u i qua I ot rival in
all the wet and otiKtit to he in the
handi ot evciy rrsdrt id ny daily
pspcr. it com by mad, poisj(
plrpnld OA t t.V IM I.I IMNO M'SOAV
one vesr, $o.oi ix iinniiln,, Jj.oo,
innnih $i.jo. daily w i iuot r
bt'MiAV, one )car, eo; 6 iiiomh
$J.oo 3 month $1 isj. MMiAV
HlllD biK in kiihii i nml
mnniiie coiiilntir.l, jS . ff, pugri
rvny Sumlsy. one )fsi j oo; 6
nioniln, $i.oo, A iilci()iinn lor
tlie i.i.OliK bhMiK K.M , t ll.r.r ptic
r, i Hie iei pn-niJc tirvs p.irr
mvromrnt. Scad your ordci today
orwiTirfor Hh8 ,iuipie copy lu
Ciloiie I'nulll.K C"iiniv. Si. l.o.
i. M. S e s in tiurinrni uf the
'Twice-s. Week" imio of the
cum pkmockat ilewhcie in this
t laUO, 1 1
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THe CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TQKI&
tf or i,T,es.
aflrd-Snow Liniment Co.
T, Louia. mo.
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