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I Clearing Sale!
i On Millinery.
t Sco our bargains 3
P in'hats worth up
k for 60c each.
These goods must 3
Money to Ian.
Largest lino of
goods in the coun- 3
E ty. We are mak-
: ing space for our 3
new and stylish
line of ladies' 3
goods soon to be j
put in stock.
I bate 11 few thousand dollars
to loan 00 easy terms on good
II. P. Robinson.
Head tho Tiuut'NE. $1.00.
We will uivo you the Tuiuune
and the New Idea magazine ono
year for 51.00.
Jc"l) Mnurtr, Sr., is teponrd
cck Miih L."Grippe at hi lume on
East Wa nut St
MISSION MUNCH. .
Mr. Wni. Youard, of the wa
ter works station, has been quite
seriously sick the past week. .
Rev. Guv Z. Moore and little
5 son Lyman, of Golden City, vis-
'ited Mr. J. D. -Moore Tuesday.
Mr. Ed Phillips and children
left fuesdsy night tor a vi-it to hi r
mother, Mr. A. H. Dal.', t Fl.
Mrs. Sadie Rockwell, of D!l,
l"rx., is in the city, the guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mn. S. L.
1 KR1K.W. Z
tfVyiAAJ m AJ
T. Marsh, Patsy Smuclon
The river i now within U
banks, but it miht have been
better to the farmers if it had ta
ken tho ice with it.
Mesdaincs Wineinger and Ken
nedy spent a pleasant Sunday
with Mrs. Geo. Hart man.
John Kerns Is Koinfj to tend
his father' bottom place this
summer. John is a pood farmer
and will handle things well.
During the overflow, the popu
lar way traveling was in a boat or
Tom Montgomery and his
brother while attending a singing
at Mr. Murcy's, was thrown from
their cart, in the branch justt
south of Lony Hartman's. The
horse on entering the branch
shied and ran on a sidling place
turned the cart over. The cart
fell on one of the boys holding
him under the water. Jess Ear
nest who was passing along heard
the struggle and went to the res
cue. Harry Bailey returned home
Sat nt day, from Springfield,
rA nvcjTm was i? 4 w . l.iit tlun. t.trt 1 In 4
ih . f-.t . iK., ArA MVitatnviifyTrvrrTtyivtTrrtTTTTTr
but hacked thru ep !a th yar4tb- r
tending to kUn ttietu on finnday. ;
But It rained nltnoat every Haturdy
u'.jht and woolj rula a ereat rttapy
brick. It waa alter on extra heavy i
daahfnr Katurday night rata wtnn
about 40,000 brVk were ruiivrl, tluat
we were fin-' J from the much.
fyeclnjj Ireaker ahead I drew
what wssi I could pet and left the
employ ot Lynn 4 Mart I a, wltti a
little rnor money and a great deal
more ri pVr tana wlo'Q I entered
It I worked a lew day for a Mr.
tiftt.fi.ld who wa making brick
eaatof town for tlx) M. 8, Co Uk
tore building at the oortbeat cor
ner of the square, and thfn Mt the
county by atoge by way of Pteaaant
C JL IltRB,
E. A. McCarty and A. P. Sttbbir, " iicie he has been working for
will invoice the Stewart Mock of
goods lor the bankruptcy court.
J. V. Ccrry, late with tbe Mc-
K.bben Mercantile Co. t lluller.
has accepted a position with the
Covles.McKibben Merc. Co. of
T. J. Kimbrough sold his prop
erty in this city to Mrs. E. A.
Llutler hfct Thursday and will
continue his residence in Cha
Notwithstanding the weather Istd
Saturday, enough members f the
Republican Cential Committee got
together at Duller to issue a call for
a County convention to be held on
Tuesday, Feb. jGib.at Butler. The
township conventions will e held
on Satnrday tbe iCth. The official
call is published elsewhere in this
issue. The purpose of the con.
teuton is to nominate a candidate
lor County School Superintendent.
J. M. Yheatley was in the city
la-st Saturday with farm pro
ducts to sell. While in the city
bo made a pleasant call on the
TiUiiUNC He reports that at
tho tsalo of Mr. Swurens on
Friday, a team of horses sold for
J 100, shouts sold at $17, milch
cows at $35 to $13 and everything
ele in protiortion. The corn
sold for 3 cent. Everything
brought good prices. Mr, fc
is grcing west. Tho auction
eer asked the people to bid up
well, for Mr. bwarens was
iroing west and ho wanted to
send him away in pood ahape as
ho didnt know what Kliape he
would bo in w hen he came back.
Tho people did as requested.
the Telephone Co,
Feb. came in rather stormy
but we hope it leaves bright and
sunny. "We would all enjoy that
very muc h.
Jess Earnest spent the even
ing at Mr. Bailey 's Thursday
night. Jess tells some very in-
bottlu I'jc. 60c aud
, Subscribe for TUETtUBUSE.
Kim1 na tba newa b- wire. Our
telephone ta No. t.
We will give you thoTiuccNE
and McCalTa magazine one year
Dr. BUter's dental office will
le closed hereafter on Monday
John Gi'iitnn is put'.'" tip 4
loadsofice. W. A, Mcrntrn is
doing the hauling.
Mitt 0:ivi has Hturm i
front an tatetided viMt to frieud. at
Kansas Ci. Mo.
L. iJre, who has been on the
lick bit for teveral days, we arc
glad to note, ia improving.
Mr. J.K, Weaver.of UurlioRton.
Iowa, it here on a visit to tier f ath
cr, W. J. Cos, and other relt.ve,
J. C. Crijrgs is just netting
over afcpellof LaGripiMi. lletter
bo little curcfuL Gripiw is
C. II. Walters went to Nevada
to attend the regular monthly
tneetlair of the Hoard of Asylum
Wta. Klotsche wus in from 11.
V. V. No. 2 Monday attending to
le&fclou e&ttori. He reports hia
eoo who is recovering from a c
ver aiK'H of typhoid fever as not
yet wvll but tdowly improving.
Mrs. W. D. Chancellor return
ed t rora a meetiog of a society vt
the KansiU City I'reaby tery last
baturday where arrangements
wer made to held tho societies
annual meeting In Rich Hill somo
time in April.
Monday was pension day and
taost of tho pensioners faced the
weather and had their vouchers
Cade cut but moni tnan usual
coid weathr mado walking iirnnm Vnrmifiipn
moni comfortablo than ndingi iwiiiiumq-
and acta walked fivtt or aix miles - imp eM'KlTfrj
w n n h
1 r$J iiuii in
THE CKIlDRtsi l rAVCRlTI tCNiC
tut M(S lt l
Ci!!dSnor Unlncr.t C&
r( tvovi. ho,
Wtr Prri i'9.
teresting stories about his life ful canopy of white, hang with
out west. ' wbite aD(1 gwn festoon, caught by
EarlWineinger escorted Miss the alter . the audtence aroee
Cora Foster and her Aont to r.. and wm led In prayer by Rev. Ueo.
Kerns' to hear the graphopbone, II Dew of the CbrUtlaa church.
ast Thursday night. ! wnica aa uutiiux prugrHJa
U-jVNTlil-Coi Kl.N. . was reooerva, J. t vaii.er acung
! aa nuwiter of cerenioulefl ,
Xa tuldrtsa was uada by iJr. Jaa.
FROM BELLAMY. t IVrre nl let whtch toe toUosrlcR to-
nouocrmeat from the Key West In
The first tliuo I iw I5ate ctmnty ter0cea publfcbcd at Key Went.
a In th merry month of May.) Monroe Oountv. Fla. raa rad.
. . . ut. - sw
in company vmn agsiili M.KK,Sn At the wskienc of
brick makers and hrtck layer In tb n(1 vi. II. it lavk. thrlr
employ of Mwm. Lynn & Martin. ulM iig. DavW. U
who had tak.-n a cintract to build k Teinuk-toa. tbe Kev.
a brick court bou? at nutier. w;UUbert UI)C 8U pn0,.g
ALL TtlK WUULU
U a kUitfi-, uud ltttllard'a iSnonv Ltnl
UR-ul plnya a niuat proiuiiKul part
It hiui 110 auiK'rlur tor lllu'UiunVlrn
tt in liilutn. cuta. iriilii uod ull
pulun. liuy It, try tt and )ou will
alwuj uv tt. Auyboxlj who luia
Uwd oullard'a bnow Llninn ut U 1
living proof ! w hat It Ihh
nu) n irlui
&uld by Upera Prustore
Tenth WeddlDjc Atsalvrrsary.
Tb following Item whVch we take
from the Ho!da Promta will be of
Interest to tb many frtenda of Rev.
and Mr. TeropWoo In thlactty.
Tbe tenth wedding anniversary of
Rev. and Mrs. II. D. Temple to a woa
obwrved Monday evening In a high
ly enjoyable " manner. Tbe Meao
dlat church wa filled with member
of the congregation and tiienda from
other churchea. The traesta were
welcomed at the door by tbe official
board. Jodge ad Mrs. Orr, Mew
dame E. L. Beeb, J. C. White and
tV. 11. Uddle, UUi Mary Terrell,
Menar D. B GUUoa aad B. F. Sprin
kle. At t yi to the atraloa of Men;
debtAobn'a wedding march, played
by Ml Boaworth the urlde and
groom" preoeeded by tbIr children
and Mftwrs Evea and Ilendrlz, en
tered tlte church and took their
neat on the rostrum under a beaoti-
That! our After Inventory
Cloaranco on all
WINTER GOODS 3
1 13 a Grand Opportunity to cup-'4
ply your every want with
t Warm Winter Merchandise. 5
t Then we will Quit tho Clothing z
Business. Prices never t
before attempted on
all CLOTHES. t
I There is a Darre! of Money in liegs
if they are prcper'y luuidlei
and economically fei.
There is enough feed g oes g
to waste every year on the g
average farm to net its owner
neat income. g
Fence yemr farm Hog Tight g
and save this waste.
UT ts la. w la. apart
Tht AMERICAN mi g
To Bubsvrtbcra lu Arrears.
It )vu au tf -rtcars to tit Tai.
ki'.st ii:.k k.ii and pay up. A
number ol uOki at behind ev-
sial )trs -ml m muit iiiit on a
stttitiuciii. Uuii'i wait fur a Mate
tnriit to bk nuilca to ou. Look
t the Ua on ) jur ptpcr and you
can sooti ull now much you owe.
Com and hi u. mi Miid check or
po Civw uiuiK) uuei, with a je
ncwai ul your subtwtiptioii, and
Mt Vnrivnnburr on iKMrd a prairie
chooner w lib l'at Moloney a cap
tain and cbUf enjrluwr.
When well out from Kolden awny
troiu everybody and evurythlng es-
cept the pralrte and tiw trail, our
transportation auddeuly cniue to a
halt aud 1'nt blandly ln'juSred,
"wlieren ye'a a golu.'"?
Atter aotne parylnj; TAt urtwI
to proxwd on .comlltlon that all tbe
11 vo freight walk except on tle down
grailo. Aud we walked about all
of the way except a lew rotUn J'jt
north of Hutier which dlotanco we
were jieriiilttt-d to ride a part tf tbe
time) with a leatunter who waa .
ready overloadwl wltk Rijodsfrom
Btfore leaving Warreusbur; two
boy sve re employed to w ork with
u a off U-arer on tli: biick yard.
IVfore n aciiliur 1W& Crvi-k here we
ratnNd tbe flret ulght out w p.
through a auiail loan whet we
uotlii'd that our Ikjv had k-Il Ufi.
Tlu-y bad tbaeu a near cut aud turn
ed u,t at catup an hour later
About an um1 oint) of ,lhu cltltcn
pawil our camp and rvcoRnUlutf
the Uy aakeil wtu-re ttaey golu.L'tc
The next day about 1 a. tu. tlu (u
tlivr of one t( the boy overtouk u
and with liuvu anil loud ruM word
wanted to kuow wlit wewereilo
tni;wttU hi boy. Our apok'nian,
about three time a lar n iiiywlf
very ui-kly? ft Mm the fuct lu
tLe cum- tiereiipon bl anr fook-J
materially and be took 1:1 waudt-r-lutf
boy up U'Utud bttn on bU horee
aud turn.! toward bl hvtae. We
rruvkid Puller after dark nil the e--
oud day aud found accommodation
atahut.l Ki-ro the treet eut of
the I'alac botol. Our brick yard
woa locaU-d a luilu or w south of
town on tbe (rtu of one Mr. IMrklu
aou. t'h-uued out liU atable making
a kltrlu u aud jmutry ot th eut
w in, dlnltiK room and parlor of tbe
Eplwcopat cnurch. Key Wwt, cflicla
thin. Jan. 27, l!H7.
At tha cloae. Kir mall ty wa
eardtn and the trVend w armed to
abower tbelr oonsrutulatlou ou the
pa i or and bl eetliuabie belpneet.
lly way of pVeuuint rscollectlon.
otue rice wu thrown. Tbcy were
tbe rec4,tent of many nocful and
Tbe ladksi of tbe church iwrved
dt llclou ret'renhuu ut In an an U tic
booth ot white In the rear of tbe
cburtu. In charge ot Mr. W. 8. Far
rr. Mr, i. C WblUs waacbalruian
of tbe decorating comtutttet. Tke
evvulng' k-wttvlUc cloned wlih au
old faablotH chavart at the bocoe,
aud uo detw.ll w a overtook ad. Tuk-
mx It all In all, tt wa aa occasion
of rare pleasure, aud ilev. aud Mr.
Tetupletou may well look baxk on It
aoneofihti brlbtoot spot along
Died od tttnset.
yoa buy anj tbins lu Hardware, Fund- o
tnre, Farui liiipJtiuenta, UortM-o, Wtuiw, tbk., Feu:liJS. ftc.
& QOC JOOOOOOOCK300C CCC CCC KXXi-Z 0COCXC!CCOO00KO-DOCH;OK.
5 is the best that money will bay. Prices no higher than other in-
ferior xnaies. See ns for all kinds of fencing for the farm.
i farn Irnptants,
g Wear In a pooltlon to axil yoa
g 'anything you inuy want la thla
d titx Jmt a little lower than ever
before, notwlthBUicdlng th fact
g that all jfood ta evtry Una ha
O advanced. Wecanaellvou 3
ia in. flewa at fVO
1 T A
: f 1,4 r I S-'
i i i ' i I n r.
J4 la. Plvr t tlO J i . i
ltl la. ttowa at 13.5 "-sVi. U II "i.
g Balky Plows at troA fO.OO to f 33 OO.
O TbeaboveinustrattonWacutolJoha ivere" fciiuoto " Model
O Mac, whkh U Uyond doubt the enet lUc on the market.
X, . Vou bad better m Utore yoa buj
O Inn. linn r...l....u.. 1 f . . . ,i
g We'll s yoa a "!iuaw Ltval" aad wave you tuoovy.
Rich Hill, Mo.
L?. Uander wa trttdlo with
A 0O7 iMarjr.M'Sisorauduiu aui
Acei, lKtk fur I ws m.
C. A. eitiow A. Co., fabut liw.ier
tl VttuthtfiMtou, U ', have now
ready their Dlnrj and vu-moraudum
bonk ft" IK'?, which they wllletnd
oa rc-1pt of iotH-v, S vent ThU
J!tUiMota uMul 'o where !
ItalwaVnow ctn mucd b ljd
The follow lex item ta taken from a
MierlJ-iu, U vo., paper aud tb oa1"
dt-u death ol Mr. Frailer w 111 lx aad
Dei to hl luauy friend lu tula and
ntlj iliilim couitueultW-.
'eunuay alteruooa, Jau. tt, Mr.
II M. trailer, of htorey. Wyouiiu,
droplH'd dejsd a bo W.i. MlucE
along South Main airect la front ol
McMahou' baiuvr bop. Ilo w
ou bU svay to Mlaaourt aud bad ar
rni;wl with llaruvy f:ullU aad M.
L.. W'cilte to trlug ta a buuel) of
horw w hah bekuu-nded blpplui( to
uuie southcru uiarnct. He UaJ
etopiHsl at the Ureal w vnvcru huul.
and aoon alter Uluur paid bl till.
und tarted dowu ttm atreeU W-
fure golutf a blovk the Uuesjn-cted
Uluruous caui and btt teli ujiju ti
vide walk liliK-v lie wa taken ti
iuyiu' uuiierlaktug parkra wbere
U.e Ifoily va tetMre! far burlab
On Mouday lu.' reiuaiua Mere tak
mii i. ilk., li.iui.. tif Al. I - Wni!.. . vii
60 acrea. 1 acre deeded for
uiW4 vu" v. i" Uutkr tncretianu 1-rtday.
tiinbervd land. 10 or tV) acres s iu.ri t.l c. l iuhfurd
good amooth land, what you call i Wrr l K rettta a upply .4.
. . , , , . ' ,, , rrvi-erk-a Friday.
table laud, not itony. lUlance .... ...
otuo broke, not rouh. About a two ma trip to Araau lat
10 acres easy f ut in cultivstics, Friday.
nice urowtli of timber. UutlitUo . J-- acuttiuS...uic !
tor J. alcrary Ut k.
underbrush, fenevd witliwirc. .. lit . ,
llar kioiv wua trading
v-ut ."s. .... v., w w nxa nut uraaaai sjiiirujv,
public road, 2 1-2 miles frvu ' ltousr Jeukiu b u.-cu haultaj
JcrKM Bprinvp.. Will Ufeo rt T't ,uf
for a loug apvll of atuu-r.
tahcr tmdo, Uuucc Ua.c. jatt arr Isa tw lu.uUr .awvl
I'or futiicr ialoruiiUoc, w rito to an re,d,v icr n ic kuuw v i.wu n
l fc'e-Ug to I'uUd a ku U tLo
tualu biilldtus and alerplug ijuarter' ttiH-y cn-ek, and .luo fjiH-ra ckcij
ot tho west wine or htsl. The cowaied front there thl aiteruoa utuuc
lu the atable lot at T uViock
of theiu occuplwl ouri
aWplutf apartiueut with u one
night and sjceceied la curUt'.licr
ecrerul of our guruieut before Lo
Mr, lnn wa our chUf cook and
landlady, and a be wa Irtcu Uh,
we aoinetliintt bad our vH-tuala
.rv-. to u pretty hot Ooe r.
dectuiii feature about tlru wa
thrlr IrUU di d uot ixviu t btfofltw
aaiuu quality. Wla-u ou wa tuad
ll.a other wa ure ta t tu a kckkI
humor, hut actinia. wa re.".cUd
oritf day w hvu tuc ruttre crew, a.oc
'I't-U-, were fired Udily frvm tta;
(juarti r. lojud very 4ivK .U.;.
ter aud tcvd at Mr. J'ai'.ou' UM.rJ
Jcrico t prints,
Read Tho Tribune.
itould your bat y uftrT When he
Utrel'ul mu-I rvmtWw", don't eipert-
lucky uud w ii atut ut i.
tl come to U youilu 11 ytrm ago
and ha made bin uuiuu wiiu ibe
tauilLV ot Mr. Vtiv. . i radiug aud
i.uvluj and ael'luz atock h,-. l-tt ! 'Ht on Liu aad uae any Ud tUlng
hi prt;a-1pl tiuaiueM ud i lt J vr ueUabor tvcwa ud. Buy a
acTu.uuiated counl lere pr-'jrri . ; ;.i.ti of White' Oram Yera.lfv.gr
lie bad uo relative la tbw ltrt id grxAtt Waow n ,lu-dU.li aud
tnc country and in-ar ov aur- .
, . , .cure for ail cUd lren dlact-. It U
w her thai ! k V of. I
j mild lu It action, luaiid vptbe-
tetu. Make thin, puay bal-ka tat.
VANTtD..IwW ywu... mc, to j ,,.lth, Ta.r. FU.
ttvclor a large LhuaisuLowi nci wriu; ily taby wa ttta aud
let ru a goiid tuiui in wLuu )v ly, eocld ttot retain tt f xidaud
piuutotiou a soon b bad Lb vrlvM a'.t u'-r. ' I u-d i uc ttk-c4
,tl ctnmi.Mo trvw tbe sum, sertnuugw anj in a
w vatU r w kU ivrui'.U
W. li. TUotua Uli-d J. 1- tiaad-.r
haul Kg to liaU'assw luiii M jii.I.i.v.
We are La lug ouk pretty fid
w vi t U r tUf (OBt Kv d-i.N, tU- lii. r-iitouK-ter
reinierta,? seco tuclay
mor&Uig aud quit a bit d iaun
fuiSiug at itK- aaiue time.
Frvd tVuilu w ct to l ru after
new ax Mouday. Fn-d i not g,-'i'
to frw-te tlii cvid sveatUer if IU li
aui tu wood bold out.
t c. Misro, fiaSvr,0sn.
lt.lniilMIp.sl St f (n.i.... I.
I'Tv.tcliir.i; ut this ihun ti e 'i
SunJ.ty t 11 a. tu. and ":?.' j. m.
Sund.ty Svlux.-! at IMS ;i. t .
Junior Ia-huo at . m.
K;ort!j litvuy at C p. ti
s;vt nirii; at 7 Z.
Tt-c rub'.;: rM o