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Come in and see
Hero is where
you can get
goods at your
Mrs. Ames is
in the city
and these goods
must be moved
to make room
for the big
line of new
goods that will
S. L AMES,
m LOCAL BRIEFS. J
Dr. Slater's dental office will
be closed hereafter on Monday
Mrs. S. Holloway left Monday
for Spokane, Wash., to make her
Mr. Gustie Pearson and Miss
"Winnonalt Close, of Centerville, ! jay
Money to Ixiaii. j A Colonial Tea
I have 11 few thousand dollars ' Tin following is taken front a
to loan on easy term on good M"l"l.V Mo., paper:
II. 1 Rownso.w
Sr. O. Atkeson was in the city
Sunday to attend the funeral of
Cupt. J. C. Martin.
Col. S. V. I)(Kley, of Butler,
was in the city bunclay. UI
course he came down to church.
Wallace Hatcher and family
departed Monday for Spokane,
Wash., where they will make
their future home.
Misses Fannie Hayes and
Laura Burus favored the Tri
bune office with a pleasant call
Every lady wants them? Those
beautiful creations at Benedict v.
White's. See their display at the
opening Saturday, March -k.
Mrs. John M. Scott is reported
verv ill at her home in the south
east part of the city with grave
fears hs to her recovery.
Harry Hair has swop.;' his
shingle to the breeze as a real
estate agent again. He will be
found in the office of Teinpleton
We have horse, hog and cattle
cuts, and sale bill cuts for all such
printing, and turn out as good
neat !ob printing as any office in
Bates Co. Try us and be con
vinced. John Sebastian has been ap
pointed passenger traffic mana
ger for the St. Louis and San
Francisco Railroad Co. with
headquarters at St. Iuis. Ap
pointment made Feb. ', VM'.
H. D. Workman, the veteran
mechanic of Rich Hill, was in
Metz the first of the week pick
ing up tdd jobs in his line. M r.
Workman is a tirst class mechai
ic and never fails to rind work in
Met. Met z Times.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hurst aio
the happy parents of a little new
girl left at their home last Fii-
Grandpa Klliott is able to
The Colonial Tea giv-n by the
ladies of the First M. K. Church
last night was largely attended
and patronized liberally. About
"Jt people were abundantly
served at the supper hour and
the ladies cleared in the neigh
borhood of fc."0 from .their enter
prise. The colonial idea was
carried out throughout the even
ling, the waiters and reception
. committee being attired in the
costumes of those early days.
George A. Huckeby and wife
represented George and Martha
Washington to perfection,
George's veracity not being put
to the test, of course. The la
dies are highly elated over their
Notice to Cicb Kilt Curia! Asso-I
J tty ih Allnt Mrtary of
tll Drpartrunat t tbo
On account of the death of
William Itreen n Fell, r.lh. and
. . , IJKMAIJifAf.t; f.KI'K.VW.NT
James hincade on Kb. Ith, the m ,
' y.trrm.K. The r'rvmi:n of a
2th and 2Jth Aesmenf are dependent moh -r ubvsi -r,t to
now due. Will collect for the the passage of the m I of June
same March 1st to ICth-
Kolla J. Booth, Sw.
Feb. 2i. IPC".
W are enjoying beautiful
oirr nu RKAtmrt'L
coloiicij Pir.Ttr.E rni:c
Last night at the home of her
parents in Eldorado, Kas., Miss
Ida May Rayborn was united in
the holy bonds of matrimony to
Mr. Charles G. McPheron of this
city. The bride is one of Eldo
rado's fairest young ladies well
calculated to be an excellent help
meet for just such a young man
as her well chosen husband. The
groom is our well known Charles
wcPheron son of Mr. and Mrs,
Wm. McPheron, and grandson of
ur beloved old people Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. vcPhcron Sr. He
grew to manhood in our city and
is one of Hich Hill's very best
young men. A sober industri
ous, earnest christian upon
whoso character no stain has
ever attached. As such he is
known to all and as tsuch every
body that knows him wishes him
and the lady of his choice all the
joys of connubial bliss while a
iong life shad last. TheTniBO'E
lt v, and prior t- the f. t f
iter cuim, unaer section iiv, as
amended by said act, do not
affect her pensionable ktata, if
she is shown to be d'-p-'n'leti
within the meaning of the Liw.
EviDtNCK- KixrjKD. A record
made at the time of the so'Jkr
j discharge, by the syrgeoa wb'
Gus ONeil was in the city ' . ; "
incurred about the tlxc he tilts-
lieavleyites will be glad to wel- c3 ami "whilst in the pvrfora
comeWm. Copeland and family a nee of Lis duty" is accept! a.
id to tne neignoorfcoou again, sufficient evidence of inc-jrrenc
They moved back onto their m jjr,e of duty, there being o
farm Monday. j thirty in the case, after a special
Mrs. Wade of Rich Hill visited examination, tending todlscredls
Mrs; R. McCulloch a few days such record, and no other evi-
j dence bein obtainable.
II. M. McKowan and family a-J Marhiagk and divoijce. TVe
rived from Cahfornia a few days claimant and soldier having been
ago. Bob is looking well and as married in l'-'Oj, divorced in 1-'T
if California climate agreed with and remarried in 1101, a week
him.' before the soldier's death, it i
Mp. Myrtle Bowman returned held that she has no title to pen
to her home in Cahfornia the.ir,n under terms of section 3,
14th of last month.
iuct of June 7, 1- ', as tlie mar-
Kplrnrttif ICrelortinn, in All
I mo Tint. f Ciebra(l
!.r to pay tot m j ?tizVm
to th 1 W'lClA-WKKK l.fSl l.l.U:
LoyjU, M . s l FA f i VI VV.if.
,VA, wiJl nrxiy. AtsfJlXTIXr
SI tjr tatty In fi'.crtvAA tv.'.U
J-1 T1. I-jartur tit I.rlI-
'rotri tM Ii.-;y; A Wahc.1?Vil."
f bin pfctar U a ilrit fj.tJ stti-Jti
'rom t'im TV-rati rat "? l7
Ctrrim. Kits tcAon fff rz.t-lry
-A i3 tie yrrrA. It U rxui ,i a
1q, b.ixy pi&r, aa-I 3 t-'i'
ot oraxrrnt for tbe t r.:- Av-ti
ialt in jjri Wiiiis2oi, -S.
iS at tbe )yrtiJ c Li Virrtai
bota, bS-l-Jls aA'-i to tlt h-.
o 1 brt lroora. H cA r wm. I
Vt iiJ, c. are ti cbarvrt r-Tr.;-3-
Tbe TWKX-A-W.IXK IXJTTXJC
l tl? oli"wt &.'-4 tfsrt fe :j
fEj!!y ,if-r ia ttt tfrinxry. s.tl
KAUll rKCKJEEA"'. tkh U aJ
p!i'j!b-J ty The Epct,!:. W tje
ttt-jrr'jwSn? tana t;.tt!r Sa
iMth of t!s Bf'JeodM J I'Ursali aa
nin? year, aa-J l:otJ3l t :
-l'r-d t'ictorv, a-i f r oiJt O.VK
GuaO-Ven has hoticbt an ;n. riage to the soldier, on whkh her
cubatorand is now prepared to' status as h wdow rets ccur-
go into the chicken business ,eu aixer Uiy Iage ci s.a act
about right. Restoration act m.uxh 3,
Rev. Wakeley and wife are pre- 151.- A widow pensioner, on ac
paring to join their son in the far count If a second soldier bus
west soon. "They are excellent , band, may fale and prosecute s
neonle and will be crcatlv claim under tue act ol Garcia o,
missed. 1 1W1, for restoration to pension
E. R. Tarver's little daughter on account of a Prior "ldier bas"
who has been ouite sick with oaBa' ana ma De resiorc-a cn
pneumonia, is considerably der such claim on surrender of
k.,, tor j her present certitieate, pay ruents
, , ' under which may be continued to
in an our uic we never oeiore
saw such a severe epidemic of
date of issuance of certificate of
restoration and deducted from
Iowa, called on the TWHUNE jK. outi though he has b. , n en
force Saturday afternoon. i tined to the house for some time
The Tie social of the Baptist 'past- All parties concerned do
Church at the home of Atty. W. K ell.
B. Dawson last Saturday night The Carr Coal A Mining Co.
was a social as well as financial
success. So reHirted.
Tlie TwiiUNK was favored Mon
day with a very pleasant call
from Prof. A. L. lven County
will soon have a switch laid from
the main line of the Mo. P.u iti
railroad to their shaft ju-t south
of the citv. This will gic.ith
facilitate the shipment of tht ir
Superintendent of Public S hmh. ! enal and prove a great ber.etit to
He is a very pleasant gentleman meir unmiiK imcicsis
and takes much interest in the
business of hU office.
The city council met in regular whooping cough as Rich Hill is vuients thereunder
session Tuesday evening. undergoing now. Both old and ' '
n n M, 'young who have never had the K"CK;X AK "ri
Dr. (J. L.Olsen is spending a . . . I Tins soldier enlist
1 disease re victims. I
nv days this week over in Kan
S. Oppenheimer, of Glasgow,
Mo., is in the city visiting the
iamily of his sister, Mrs. Simon
Daniel Cresa'p returned Tues-
V.'lST.lip Ol thin fj"x'T.
-ir an-i hvia- t!-ir xi'.np r-4rk--1
tip a year. Tte IVfiaT.-Kt fe--! r
OTf notio? tbat tbl otVr taar t?
Hb-Irawa at any tiiue, aod tlij.'
bo w ih tt j'ictan? ebould l ia
-cbrr!ptioD8 AT ONCtl
lUinU ty roft-OSce or txprvme
raoa?y orl-.T. reg-Utered fetttr or
Jwatik draiu 1j Dot twtxl ptroixal
rh. Write name ac i aJ Jre.-i
i5a!n!y, anl ail Jrv-.
L" IWCK I ITION D EPA KT M EXT.
Tb IU'public, St, Losi, Ma
ted in the
Retrular Armv of the United
liiow Orove is enj..ymg mu- StaUjs on April lt 4 es
sic day and night alike. Altho than sixtv dav irior to the t.-r
we cannot vouch for the quality , niinatkm of tf10 war with Mexico
.we can insure a large quantity, on May ;X, CV-nsuentiy
las there are forty energetic his sorvice Murine said war did
geese to join in the chorus. Wcl!,;nt fuhi;1 tho rOMViir,,1Ilouts f
we will starul it this year, but we n,,t ,.f j -. t .,,
lay from a business and pleas- j wjn be teetotally, everlastingly ,.. u ,.t Pmi.ui .,m
puivei i7A'U, ma.ssacrea ana cnew-1 thereunder.
ed ail up into shoe strings if we j
do next. There!
com, Wheat, Oats, Flux,
U. S. G. Prowell was down
from Rich Hill on business Mon
day. Mr. Prowell has been ap
pointed district deputy organi
ser for the M. 11. A. and promis-
s to visit Met, in the near fu
ture in the interest of the ord r.
le thinks there is no holler iia
ternnl beneficial order in oxisi-
nnce and cxpists it to h.ie a
rapid growth. -Met. Times.
Mr. L. M. Grithth, ex-maytn-
)f Rich Hill, vas in town Men
day shaking hands with every
one he met, thus demonstrating
that he jtossessod the telling
qualities of an o(Ucc seeker, lie
is a IX'Uiocratie candidate for the
legislature and if any Democrat
ure trip to Galveston and other
points in Texas.
W. G. Myerley came home out
of a snow storm down in St.
iuis Monday night. Thirteen
inches of snow is "a right smart"
Mr. Wm. Youard, of the water
Mrs. S. L. Aiaes is abscLtoa
a purchasing trip for the Bazaar.
Mi,s IVnaa Pritcliar-i has re
turned fn.tm her visit to Kass.t.1
The In pks EIev-ttt.'r Ci., liave
a new ad. ia our paper this week,
like-wise Ileaedkt & White. Read
Siiice li shot a skucl ia tho
best room of his home a coup!:
of months rg- it is said that El
mer Benedict spend. most of
spare time letting the "pesky
critters sk-ne." Ricltords Pro-gn.-!i.
and St. Loui had it ali in one works station, was in the city
day Monday, Feb. 'Jt, l'.XX'..
V WninlprT.tl OtliipiHliitt Curra
rilof, r!-iiti, hkm Itching,
skin r.riitinit Cut nud
after supplies Tuesday.
Mrs. T. M. Orr and daughter,
from Butler, spent Sunday with
friends in this city.
The many friends of Squire
Jan. Ishoppard will be glad to
learn that hesivmsto be, though
slowly yet surely recovering.
Big hearted Pat soy IVwers of
Im.iii'h c ll ti t m.-ot U tlie t't X
. , ,. ,. Hume we are sorry to write, is
i-'..n- I.U.- (i.Ty..ir ot toriurv. It JVlH'fted to be suffering from the;
(MmmiluitniinM'iix'x i( n'h'itm It effects of a cancer and is m t
eu-K all i-kut u tiin. it ciiri iklu : long for this world
I'Mlpl I.iiih It lira I rlltM. brulM'H
mr.ititx'M and iil'iacUiiKt without
a M-iir, It iiiri'd ermaiu'ut
Iv. Uniti f.il ti'htlmony irovra It,
Mrs. Mary York, of 341 North To
ll Wu tivi'iiue. li-liltn. Kail . km vie
I Klill leit' tlie k.iiiio tattli In lloaim
S. Humeston has arrived at
his new home in Garnet, Kas,
and will open out a completely
new aid tirst class stock of fur-
Timothy, Clover, Red Tex
as Oats, Millet, Cane, Kaftir
Corn, Flax, and all other
The very best hard wheat
IVitK Bran, Shorts and
('hop. Oats, Corn and
Peoples Elevator Co.,
Ricti Kill, M'.jscsrl.
nituru. Tliats the kind he kept
bouts him for the nomination he ,,.', ,,,, , llfJ, flur y,.r o. berv: .
will "have t hurry." But then j ,1M. u ,nc,ii..ii.u!y ami ttint that It! Kev Fr Murnhv of tl e Cath-
the nomination is really only the (ilnv uiv,- thv sain natWactory Jiurch is reisirt 'd serelv'
first heat; the election will be al- vmiU. i!t ami on for thirty yean. !- ' . ' ; '
,i - . . . , . i I whs iiimov.-,! with letter or nalt anlRlCvl vvlln UL..k.s..l. ill ,
toother another piopo t,oU " rhi.um 11N ,1Mll(, C),n !t( nlv h;imU ,uls lho hearly ph1 wihes efj
winch we will argue
Bates Co. Record.
Messrs. Gench, Hales
They wtuil l .,-.iie oier nn.l Mku 1 his member and othr' frietids
:.r.-a out.llllU luiiiohe iiMe.rliii;. fur slHVJy- m -ry.-
i , Hiel I lie llelilll; oill.l U HI tliteliso j , .. .
' I -.,,it.l n.il r. ..,l mliiai.,' tl... i.Mrr- ! .1.. 'If! T- l.lnv!m is li.iV-
lYmpleton and others who as- , lU ir,u ,i,, them m ma.l..!;.. nVli'mu
and nhoumaTisni at his l.mont'
sullied the obligation of sir.g th.-m wore. 1
tnat the -ot of the loot ure com .'
the past winter was paid, report
that they came out behind only
SdH.Ta which was much better
than was anticipated for some
time past. These gentlemen n
ti ie. nearlv f vrr.
llllll IV' o'lHin iea ( ni ujv I'm tl - , . .
hi l..ite ..t !i I oin.itu.s litth- If any j ride the stoHtn, howowr, -and get i
r. lit f until I h-ariiel of loiiit' Olul- safelv into IXH't with his tlsu.l
i-.hmM am rroeiirvd It Its heidth fullv restoivd.
I t , iin i't ty hioie. tlie Itt lilnu nnl !
ami iie.,lol the tion-n. Wlieu CuM
sere the thanks of the public we..ther t-lu I otoa m-tiee art-.
. I. I. I.... I. . I - .
tin li)rlt ul e" m,,',l(i,u i iin HmniK
tvty upon Poau iinoineiit to ie
for their effort to pnnnot
cause of gixwl wlioltsonie editor
tainmont of this character for
for our entertainment loving from ihN -riiioti "
1. Ii. in:. ('!'. I or roe liy alt .leuh n. I'rW.
.,i-iuie r ! f. lain, liuhssl, jr'He
l.il for (lie tn-iii III I lime rNi-je,
sUkhI that a 1ah.Iuio course is to V , ie
III" II ll '.O I . . . , .... . . t. . i -
IU lor llH lllU.il U'lUHUM HI I " '"'"O""'""
brido will mss through Rich 11-11 1
on their vay.to Pleasant lbll
where they ill tak up their
?Iwh1, Charles Ining ettqd,ved 1
on the railrtwd at th.U p;ut..
Whiles in P,;o v ay f hey will be en
a., published ItutitutioniaRKh ,.inUr the Mn-lW-a YiX K Kt'J t
Beginning March 1st
I will tr.ake i; tickets to ANY UNH I have
kept no Ixn'ks since 1 cause here but have
made a few tickets, but will not do that after
the date above mentioned. So please clen't ask
it, as I w ill have to refuse you.
BULK GARDEN SEED.
1 have just received a largo iiipi:ient of bulk
garden sos.l ft ui the Plant Sevd Co., of St.
l.uis. This makes the third ye ir that I have
handlel t!;esu, and they have given universal
satisfaction. lX-n't buy unbl eu have seen
Seed Potatoes & Onion Sets
1 -xpvt to have Northern Scvd IVtatoes and
Onion Sets this week. I den't know just what
" the price w ill U. but you can depend ou my
prices U ;r.g the lowest they c-u possibly lo
20 Lbs. Dcst Granulated Sugar
; for $1.00
23 lbs. Granulated Sugar tor
$1.01) with $5.00 worth
ot other groceries.
jnr:iE5' gash grocery