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t You can supply 3
your every want
E in the way of new 3
E and stylish goods. 3
E We have ail the
new things in
dress goods, suit
our display oi
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Prices range from a
oc per pair up.
Our millinery de-
partmont is full of 3
: new things also. 3
You can't miss it 3
if you trade at 3
S. L AMES,
PH85E IfO. xi6.
Money to Loan. , nates County Fair A Mace est.
I bT a few thousand dollar n)0 Hwmd exposition of the
to loan on tiy term on good Bates County Fair at Butler last
II. P. Robinton.
. LOCAL IMtlKFS. "5
Hubscribe for Thk Twin; Mi
G, Jaeger Is in the city iw a
Visit to his family,
T. 8. Burns, who was severely
Injured last woH by a fall, 1
about well again and will oon he
about a i usual.
Kev. Perry Ixmg, the now pas
tor of tho M. E. Church, aouth. Is
holding revival meetings at his
church this week.
The host heating stoves made
are the German Heater and the
original Cole's Hot Blast. For
stoves co to Kirks' Hardware
F. M. Burris has sold his 735
acre stock farm to Mr. Cole-,
inan. pf Cass, county, . Ur,
I'ulemar will tako poaaeasion
Dr. L. L Ames has arrived
home from an extended trip in
the south part of the atate and
will remain for aome time before
Urtlng out again.
Mrs. Mary FL Dcisean, for
many year a resident of this
city, has returned and will make
her home with Mrs. Comstockon
.east Fark avenue.
I. fi- Snraker, the prornoterof
Ifev Albany, Hni i sPPdinff B
few days with his family in thin
pjty before, returning to tho
acuno of his activities again.
Mr. Geo. A. Huckeby depart
ed for her home In Eldorado
Springs last Thursday after a
pleasant ten days visit with rela
tives and friends in this city.
Tho New Home coal mines, we
are informed, have teen aban
doned for the present and possi
bly for all time. The operation
Jjas been rVUy fnm MlS ht"'gi:
. ninu and no money in jt, The.
fact is tliut whllo there is ao
much cool la tha vicinity of Hlch
lUU with l'ikhJ natural jwt md
minimum of gua, tho other c-oal
fields cannot, and consequently
will not, be operated, for the rea
son that it costs too much money.
There is an abundance of coal in
all parts of the county, but the
Iiich Hill field seems to Ixs the
ony field with th necessary
ruif tu justify cheap mining,
llofcldos the bettor conditions as
to gas uiake this field safer from
explosions and confluent suits
Head the Tuibune. $1.00.
Send u the uewa by win?. Uur
telephone Is No. 52.
Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Olsen re
turned yesterday from Kansas
Gus Elgcrt and son Will, visit
ed Kansas City the first of tne
Dr. Slater's dental office will
be closed hereafter on Monday
Mrs. M. A. Condra is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Cha.s. Garner
up near Butler.
Mrs. J. W. Jamison went up to
Kansas City yesterday for a short
visit with friends.
Miss Hyatt, of Butler, who has
a class in music at this place, re
turned to her home yesterday.
Mrs. Emma Guhleman return- J
ed to her home in Jefferson City
Wednesday after a visit to her
parents Mr. and Mrs J. Maurer.
Miss Beryl Booth returned
yesterday from, a pleasant visit
of see,rl weeks with relatives at
Ouanute, and other points in Kan
Tle ediUir uf Thk Tribune,!
Gee. 1. Huckeby, who is republi
can candidate for Probate Judge,
is out in the county campaigning
The G. A K. boys held a spec
ial meeting last Saturday and
after much discussion decided to
hold their Annual, Bean Supper
un Saturday, Nov. '21. The usu
al committees were appointed.
Class Na 4, of the Walnut St.
M. E. Sunday seliool, with their
teacher Miss Nannie Huckeby,
and Miss Nita Jones, picniced
and gathered nuts last Saturday
and had a most enjoyable time.
The Epworth League, of the
Walnut St. M. E, Church, gave a
most enjoyable mite social last
night at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Gench. A tine pro
gram was rendered, and. all vo
1r a splendid time,
Tho Singer Store, corner of Mb
and Walnut, will soil you a Sin
ger sewing machine on easy
terms. Liberal discount for cash
All kinds of repairs, needles and
oil Your patronage solicited-
D. C. Buy ant, Manager.
week was a splendid exhibition
of what Bates county can do in
production of horses, mules.cat
tie, sheep and no liog. No bet
ter stuff ever grew out of the
ground than the corn, wheat, oats
and grasses on exhibition. No
finer vegetables ever grew than
the jKitatoes, tomatoes and other
garden products that were seen
in great quantities. The display
of fruits were magnificent. The
poultry show was excellent. The
racing seemed to be very satis
factory to the people as they made
a great noise, when some horse
won a race and of course the win
ner thought it just the thing.
The weather was fine and the
people enjoyed themselves im
mensly. W saw no manifesta
tions of drunkenness or any un
seemly conduct of any kind and
the management is to be congrat
lated on their successful manage
ment of such an enterprise.
Mr. Clias. Garner, formerly of
Bich Hill, had a splendid exhibi-
pli could run a r-gul.tar republi
can picnic Mr. Mk was
chairman of the ini-fting end to-1
gether with the otiif-r member
of the committee of arrange
ments, deserves great credit for
the success of the picnic.
4Q WHY CLOTFTPTJAFT 1
lUpublican met'tings will Ik
lield at the following times and
places Judge G. I'. Huckeby
will be the principal speaker at
these places. Oth.-r candidates
will be present and spc-ak. Bills
will be sent to local committee
men who will be expected to look
after the speaker and the meet
ings. All the people are invited,
.Suiiunlt (futer, Sat.
A!iiterl;i m. Thurn.
Iont-SUirlEIk i Kri.
Prairie Utv. Tui-.
I'h'nant inp. Vel.
kt. 16 at 7;r
tion of hogs at the Fair and took
great pnae in telling their gtd lUynml u (HuH
jioints. He deserved the success ! Hockvilk, Saturday.
he has attained in the hog line
Geo. N. Kequa had a splendid
display of porkers. We never
saw better. He certainly knows
how to rai.se hogs.
Our gtuxl friend Win. Hern, the
Huino roal estate man, was on
hand with his prize winning ex
hibitkm of what Bates county
can do in the way of all kinds of i
farm products. Hern certainly
(By Supt. A. L. Ives.)
The County Teachers' Associ
ation will be held at the Court
House in Butler, November l.,
Ui and 17. The programs have
c urn rc raft uit
make r beca trtrjon of thm
rrprrsntf a ttrfnJnstio4i to rr.ai t
tb bt cfcrthliif rrwn can wear.
Bchld4 thl deterrnlffLztL-x f-
th iKptUttc of fifty yr fcr
fifty years the miktri f CLCTM
CRAFF have txa ketpiaz - ti;c
bea4 t4 the procesiioa.
yle the UUst and mot a-
pwe4 ; Fabrtc$ll wocl aoJ thor- H
oufhly ahrunkiTrimmlatx, every I)
piece the best for iu purpose; Wofk. ,
manship. the bet. tone In cksa. H
e!l-erdered shop ail thtse Ih.nr J
r t make Clcthirj which.
make you took yoar ?i
and hkb is rJlT) H
trir to Ust and last ,i-t -." -J,:- j
system keeps the
prices lower, even, than vm-?; tl
w think they wight lo te, A
SuJts an4 OrercoaU to 55. -
Beasley Merccantilc Company.
check tlivir sjKjrts, to find fault,
to scoid. and to make himself
, e nerall y d i a a reea ble.
howc, at the tatt jf A'j.t
it wan the pr-tpt l-a.;-r !
worl.L Ita;Urri' Soom- IJr.
Lmir walks in ir. If-rfnt
weather; taking care of the , . ..,., ,,
0 ) Unlnv'fit ta tlte w.r: 1. A6tie
sch')' house: the overcrowded ! for i:twura.nt'.m. sprnii-. l;irr;..
orotitabie program : the friction that comes I "i": "tt-. i..w. 1 ..
nx-nt In my family nnl it xittz-rvlW-1
fur sofveht. ht'S.-w-tw. cn..
been sent out and a
meeting is expected. Two mem-' from being prejudged or miscn
bers of the faculty of the War-! derstKd: the absence of advice
has an eye to business and we j rensburg Normal will be presenf except after trouble has matured
and one from tne State Univer-i these conditions preatly worry
sity. The County Declamatory j tne soul of the sensitive teacher
Contest will be held on Friday; in the rural school. Some of
evening of the session. This is these things would be overcome
know no rnan who dx-s more in
this practical way to advertise
the good qualities of Bates
county farm lands than Wm.
Hern of Hume.
lo fnrt for anything thnt cn
rn:iel I'j a Kniuient."
SoM by t iri I'nj St-.rv.
to select two contestants-one ' if the school and the home were
We were well satisfied with' boy and one girl to represent j brought into closer touch: if the
the Fair and the crowds of peo- j this county in the Declamatory j teacher and the parent would
pie. We thought L'T years ago j Contest of the West Central ; realize that they are common
when we first came to Bates Teachers' Association at War-' partners in the welfare of the
county that we had fallen in with
the best people on earth and we
seldom fall in with a crowd of
them on such occasions that we
are not confirmed in our original
estimation of them.
the Thanks-1 children; if the patrons would
j support the teacher in every duty
land let her know that she vhas
'their sympathy and encourage
ment in her work.
The examination questions f..r
the first quarter of the school
year have been sent out to thej
teachers. The school year is di-'
vided into quarters oa the basis j
of the whole number of months1
sciiool is to io continued during
the year. In a seven months
urdrty was a successful and high-; terui l,ie quarter is seven weeks, nie.Jl.-ioo
1.. ,,,., . ; ,,.wi .... ,.t;., i m an eiirht months U-rm it is ' Ivuilanl
J I l 1 .W. 1U1VI iniliUICILV. ; - -
1 . 1 ... .1 1 . .. v t i .-..1 A . . . ... l .... i.
The sieech of the day was deliv- lg'11 weens, .-rier tne quarter- luu:u"
ered by Hon. W. O. Atkeson. Re- ! !i examinations, a permanent
Walnut Street 51. E.Cburcb.
Preaching at tlus church -n
Sumlay at 11a. m. andTJ p. a.
Sunday SetwI at 0:45 a. ixj.
Junir League at 2:30 p. in.
Epworth I-agne at p. m
Prayer meeting on Thursday
evening at 7:30.
The public are cordially invit
ed to attend.
A. EL Hv.vn. Pastor.
The picnic at Hall's grove 1."
inik'i catat f Rich Hill last Sat-
; A Most Worthy Article.
Wii.'ii an jirtio!.' hax Urn 011 tin-
jiiiuim-i in. jr.in. ami nnii irtenu
eerv year, u in Mfe tu c-ii!l this
n worthy one. Such
Ht.rvhtitni.l Svrnn lr)
nionary (ne of tlw bet
i iiiim n niercnunts in .Molille. AU .
... ....... ' A u :i t. t
puoiican candidate tor Congress ' rui'" s ; m.t,: -For five yenrtny famiiy L.
and was an excellent exposition tlie quarter should be made and; not ln tr.ul.K-J ltu" th w-nu-r
of Benublican ixilicies and the reports or tlie pupils progress : coun, e owe thU to lUlUr)'.
benencial results issuing there-. sent to the parents.
The Literature for
fnm. Ho iiMke for Hbout an.
. 1 . i. . 1
nour anowas aucmneiy nearu , (,uartor ,,.. Merchant of Yen-
Rnd his points applauded. Hon. J; T, SnvM.rinUin.tent !..!
Church gave a short ac- j , ,a t, .,lI)aMirw tlf conducting
. t I . 11.!.. 1 1
count 01 in.NMewarusi.jp ai. cvr- st.vor..i :n thi .-I-,
j liorehoun.l .vruj. 1 know It hs
jHxliny i'h!Mreii from many kk
the first '
Sol I liy Owr.-i lru Stotv.
lt. Preabytertau t'curcU.
.SunJjy School j . m.
Ftracbinj); at 1 1 a. m.
Junior Endeavor j p. m.
Cbrittian Lndeavor 6 ;o p. m.
Preaching at 7:50 p. m.
Prayer Meeting every ThurvJay
evening at 7 ; jo p. :n.
"I wa glad when they ?,! ui.to
tne. let u go up n the t-ouie ct
V. U. CiIA.VCKLI.OR. Pa!jr.
We have just received a r.ne
line of Queensw.ye and (ihiN
ware. Kirk's (Jro. Co. Oil 2m
twinly convinced his hea rers that
he ought to be returned to tl
legis-lature Th'it fillowed abort
8PHhea by Judge Harper, Jno.
I. Muue, Wm. M. Lyle, P H
UoKxnnb, Jos. T. Whinnery, L
B. Allison and (h). P. Huckeby.
Notwithstanding the assurance
of the speakers tho best evidence
of the prosprity of the country
imiliir lJiiinliHcnn txilirie wan
shown in the excellent display at -Vttr- fhe """'r of graduates
the dinner hour. Here was1 V Af 1 "m the in
everything the appetite cculd forest already be.ng manifested.
wish, gotten up in the way most ! 11 ,s saftf to 8;iy that tli numUr
tempting to the taste, so well un. ! Kraduates this year will be
derstood by the farmers good i lnucn Urvr- Tnuher. are ph.n-
during his visitations this f..i;.
He has observed that the pupils
were mudi interested in the
study and that much good has
resulNnl therefrom. Tlie classic
for the second quirtc:- is Kip
YanWinkle and Iii-gend o. Sleepy
Tho plan of county graduation
will be the same this year as hist
lUcu Hill People Mutt IUcok
itlia aad llee4 lU
Kidney U coine uh'tly .niyetrr
louily, Hut ri'itmv nlwaya arn juu
thruiiK't ttie urtntN
cn.ts thf hl.piey wrttloim.
l( the color U uuhidthy
II there are ettlhii; and atHllim-nt,
pntt.'iij;i too trtspjent, sonnty,
It'a time tlien to use lKau'a Kid
To ward off HrUiht'a dlai-Hae or
Donu'a have done great work In
Ilkh Mill j
11.11 Alma, cnrjienter nn.l wnxott
maker, llviiiK in tha tiortheiu.tt.urt!
iifltk i. him M.i una' -I ii.iv ' u iii's II. W. H.trton. t-.indi.l.ite
UruH stent auflen-r from my thl-1 (or County Chuk and U W Heard i'1 ",ld lUli'S iUU. ntk" V '!
wye and nharii knlte-like iwiliiB1 ... w:k... ; n,.,,.. ' more woi k; nx less
throKhth'''llo.fi.y bnefc. m.KJlil W .,:. MOiU?
!l!Hh-n3tjlM thry would 7' V " . "j Sch..!s will again offer
KU thrush. Hie nud ttt- ltl acute Pwn ""- juit. to , , j , j
Hgtiuy, My kidneys did not net the dinner and was not slow, k "
irtp-rty and tlw too (ngeut nc ! about it either. Mr. J. J. War-J Teachers can greatly further
Hon o( the nUoin butUereU uie' ron accompaniinl the writer to 'the training of their pupi'.s by
day and witfht. I wiui advUl to , . . , . .imo! being on tlie til.iygn.und. This
iinxurv iKm Kianey I'liu at the , . . ,. . . ... ... ,, , ,,
liperti tirun Store. After taking the c8me w on hand nd did u,l,!o , SSX ,H,U'M w,th lh' t liudrv'1
nrt kw doaea 1 uotlasl tlmt the justice in disposing of the rich; checks rudeness and prevents
putus were relieved nud the ttnuoy provisions for the inner man. j bid language, quamhng and ac
auoe i lib tlie atretlona renaed. 1 We will not tell how much he hie 'cidvnts. Childrvti gnw o nti
can certainly hi-onnneod tKmn1. HS hi!l wife mtRnt tlillk he was I deiitial on the playground and
Kidney PUU to anyo,w.lu usl o4 sup. ; ,be tocher learns muchoftheir
audi a reiiHMy . . , 1 ...... ..... i ....11...1.
For "lt liy all deakra. ITUw. W Vf Hl evening auer ne rih , oi aim -., ...r.v ..v- vUiu
auta. uteMtltun t o., Uuffido. home. John B. F-ggcr, Charley lerwlse never flitd out.
N. Y., aol.1 utfeuta lor the l att4?d Hilton and Dr. C. P. Bowden, of
8tnt,' ,v . , Appleton City were there, not as
t lll,tUOlUSrr cndlJte-not this year-but
U"M0 to ee how well JUtd county peo-
lung the wtirk timiv ystematie-
time. It is
certain that the High
relation Is estahlishl, and the
children learn to regard him as a
helpful friend rather than a dic
tator whte busWss. it Is v.
Vaiiity Against Common Senses
t , (
oma men pay eioibitant
just to ar that they
wue ruta would rather
for their clothes,
hit rocket 2
and the ralue ia hit clothes.
Your friend will think
garments were miJe t.j .ur
miasurethey t p-:.f;.o;, szi
they're hand-maie in th sin. 3
itary tailoring shot of
Kirtchbauni Co. U common "
Fall aud tut dt
xetdy - to - put oa
clothe and vt half your
doming cent. See our good -
values at $10 up to