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lent line of goods 3
I for waists and
t ' We "'have lately
added a dressmak- J i
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these gOOdS made 3
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goods in, all other 4
S. L" AMES,
PH05E KO. xi6.
' LOCAL BHIKKS: J
- Subscribe for Tufi Tiuucne.
. , SeaAiMth? iww'ii b w iiv. Our
. UlrphoiM U N'- 13.
Geo. Bargesser, of Tapinsville
. .was ia the city Monday.
Orvillc Steandsbury, of Butler
spent Sunday with relatives and
friends in this city.
Mrs. Mary J. Hail, of Carbon
Center was inthocity last Satur
day looking after pension matters
Mrs. Lewis Carr and little
. daughter, of Tittsburg, Kas., are
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox came
over from Lallarpe, Kas., to visit
with relatives last week return
ing homo Monday.
Mis Mary Hogan and John
Kincade wero married last bun
day afternoon, by Kev. W. V.
Cate, of tho Advent Cuurch.
John M. Scott and Capt. Jas.
VnBontl.ureii have both re
ceived their pensions certificates
and vouchers under the new law.
The first in Kith Hill.
Mr. Andrew Ducat is utill con
fined to his homo with Bright'
. disease and is fcomctiuies a little
better and then a little-woie
vrith but little hopes of recovery.
In nil tt lrttt CUHllHI
and uii.ttMlul IU- fry-
froiu tti innthft. VV uiv !
In cur tout lo il-tio our i
patrona and cordlul'j Uivlt
you to CU1 od U U forv
you buy. V wlil trt'ut )ou g
OlaMWuris TIhwmw mid No.
tloua. C'litliliviiB nie no uint a
hone. Lmllen bi-e. Men
1 - 1 . . . ...... f rutfM. IclM
t!naml towel-, wl'U dU
Unon, white lluon for IndW-
JEWF.LUY AT COMT.
; Watcb work in-Htljf ami
Call aud w u t
Tark Ave. Uli ti Hill, Mo.
I let 6 ill nnd 7 1 1
Money o Uan.
i.ha?c a few thousand dollars
to loan .00 easy'terius en good
... II. JVKcbinsoa.
rV' John Craig U .it Gaines-
! ville, Tex., visiting relatives.
is in th citj
yer of Altoona, Kan.,
ty on a-Kbort visit, to
b i family. -
Till BUN E
1 V W 111 fl W J "J , f .
and the New Idea, mi
year for fl.OO.. . -
Joe Winchell sp-r;t Sunday
. with bis parents, O-i i. end Mrs.
U. D. Winchelb ,':
Dr. J. II. Miller, of Nevada,
was in the city Tuesday,' looking
after business matters.
Dr. Slater's dental office will
i - i j I ri . r t
I oe cio3ca nereiuiej-, oa iuonuaj
Grandma Balsercame up fro -
Carbon Center last Saturday and
'attended to pension matters.
Mrs. Brittle Dibble from R.,F.
D. No. 1 came to the city SatiTr-
Hlft j to Wit after pension matters
Messrs. Templeton and Hales
1 arc irivintr much a.ttontionto cir-
cuiv court husicoss al Bailor this
1 weeic. -
Dr. and Mrs. Philemon Roy 4
departed last Saturday on their
extensive bridal trip through the
A. C. Bradley came over from
Altoona, Kan., Tuesday, and will
spend the week with his family,
returning to hiar work next Mon
day. Miss Harriet Cole has returned
from Kansas City where she has
! just graduated from Dillenbecks
School of Oratory. She will
probably take up the vocation of
teaching in the near future.
Joe B. March, whose occasion-
al letters to the Tuibcnk have;
been read with so much'interest
by our readers, arrived home j reach home unaided but was laid
from the big diggin's yesterday, ' up for a few days and now is
for probnbly an extended visit, obliged to carry a cane.
Mrs. F. Zweigart, of Carbon! "
Center neighborhood, who, a' I will buy cream at my Pro
short lime ago, was ro long very duce House on North Clh street,
sick, was in the city last Satur-(for the lola Creamery Co. will
day looking as though she has! receive cream Tuesdays and Fn
entirely recovered, and is now J's A square deal guaranteed,
the very picture of good health, j J- s- Nichols.
Mr. m. Uigguis, i-iouev
or of Law at the Kansas Uuiver -
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sity, writes us thai he wiUprob -
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ably be in our city next Iitday.
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He is to address the graduates at
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Lalena, Kans., and will take this
I. I1WIH f.!At't
tim with old time Inends hero.
Th e b accalau rente sermon
preached by Rev. W. B. Chancel-
lur to the high school graduating
, V. . . i .
class at the l'lbiU-na.i church
iai ounuay mum, i uitmj i.uui -
pigmented by thmu ho bud tin?
pleasure of hearing it. The au-
d it-nee was largo uud apprecia
One of tho worst features of
the telephone business we have,
noticed is the lines aro always J
busy. One can often write a let
ter to Butler and get an answer
by mail sooner than by telephone
...-, , ..
ana our mercnauis in uicn um
aier-obusy they can aeldom be
Mr. J. M. Mclvibbeu, of tbe
Cowles MtKiobeu Mercantile
Co., is a member of the gt aud
jury now in session at Butler, to
l.niiirii into thi viiri that'nro
dark and tricks that are vain by ' lu lUr' 1Urrton st ,lut -
:,:,, nUn f Iter, Mo., a.: l)on, Kt.b.v
our fellow cUuen. vho fal to ; w m KOOl,
have the fear of the law before Ull), luyc, ibdrw.uiit rvd much
their eyes. It is only about 15 (.uiu imu.v t.k and t tlnw notlc
mites to the Kansas line now!. ed h diiin and j"u Utora tuy
' ' 'i-vea. The h-hin iu-J or m
Geo. W.Poulter, of the Carbon ,;,htt Ulltn luy hu.uai.d brought
Center vicinity was in the city home boa t Daii'a Kldury ruu.
lastSaturda?. Be reports hav- 1 --d tu-u and touud l.u.u.ttuu
ing lost fully ab-ondred dollars . ch;- "J ,
, , . , wHtivmrlty litvUoratisl. I hnv
worth of hogs by tao lratBejllolrouW- wltU ttiy tacW wuJ kU.
sickness ailing them menHoncd.. Buw.
ou uberrt In this Issue S9 Bnect- l l..i.tv mum uront l'kn thurrom
Ing the bogs lost by C.A.Shaw
near Hume. He says tho disease
. . ...
docs act like the cholera but kins
thehotfln from tea day. to two; l
wo. -It a after firit taken, lie ha simi.
as j et found no remedy though
Master Nod Tarver is quite
sitk with meank's.
Miss Loreta Houghton is bav
Jng a tussle with tonsilitis.
Mrs. Herman Yonkee is visit
ing relatives in Pittsburg, Kas.
Harvey Robinson lost four cat
tle lasji week. Cause of death
unknown to us.
Reavley school closed Friday.
Owing to tho weather but few
visitors were present at the clos- i
Raining? Well yes, we arc
having a "right smart sprinkle."
But, as we have no doubt every
body has noticed it we wont men
Mrs. Ed Whitehead suffered a
serious relapse Saturday but is
again some better. Her sister
arrived on the noon train Sunday
from Wichita, Kas.
W. H. Fraze was in our town
Monday. Like the majority of
our farmers he says he will be
obliged to plant his corn over as
swn as the weather will permit.
w Reavley was visited by a mad
dog one day last week causing
the demise of all the dogs in the
neighborhood nearly. Now if
something would only happen so
a few of the Rich Hill doge were
killed off it would be all right.
Our enterprising neighbor
Jesse Miller is building an office
near his residence in which to
carry on the interesting work of
well-we will leave everybody to
ask Jesse what he calls it. All
we know about it we have seen
him prowling about with a 22
rifle and a murderous eye on the
poor little birds.
While planting corn on the T.
L. Flemming farm a week ago
Monday, Bud Smith was struck
by lightning and for three hours
lay unconscious in the drenching
rain. L pon recovering be round
his team quietly standing at tbe
end of the field. He managed to
A GMi Sujcifeitioo
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Charley Lane of Prairie town
i J .
ship was in the city Friday of
v ,J J
.last week and made a pleasant
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callal this office. He has been
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wuei ehehas had a good bunch
0f cattle on feed for the markets,
Charley Lnne is one of tho best
m-n in Bales county and a
inikhly g.od Republican. He
wUKlVa splendid man lor the
, Kopubluans to nominate next
j var for Judge of the Southern
district. -Republican Press.
DANCtR IN LILAY.
Kulury li Art Too l)tu
Kcroua tr Itlcli lltll iro
Ue to Nruli-ct.
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- 7rt b
Ions itw auUrivr ivtouulu- llii-iu.
.,-t..u..,w. L,.aucl,,.. u.-rvou-ii,---.
r- troubl.--, Uroi.y, uinnrun -n.i
lirllil'n ilt-va-tf follow lu nii-rvllt-wi
rn.o-.lou. Lou'l iit Un-i juur Wl.l-'
m uit) IU WIJii-y- wild Hid'
iVrttlu a"d ' riutMy, l)ou'
kl.tm-v I'llU. I
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Kicti Ul!l ipiv tm
tHll t tSlKr
I'nri.lM.f.lliUln. Frio Mc.
lU'tdi-tiitx r ti nsi liooii a
r;1 t.ifc I ' Ot!'t-r,
The Commencement Kxercis'
by the graduating class of our
High School were held at the Op
era House last night. .
All tho participants on tha pro
gram acquitted themselves nob!
and certainly reSect much crciit
on their instructors. The spec
ial musical numbers by Mrs. W.
B. Chancellor, Miss Gertrude
Cheverton and Mr. Carl Stone-1
braker were well received. 'The I
class address was delivered by
Rev, King Stark. ,
The class is composed of the
following young ladies and get-
Ella Adeline Fry, valedictorian,
Mamie Eleanor Chapman, saluta
torian, Oscar F. King, Roy D.
Mudd, Claude A. Brown, Mable
Marie Whitney, Isabel Ashley,
Bessie Alms, Agnes II. Watson,
Grace Foster and IL Wilkie
Memorial )ay Services.
At the regular meeting of Gen.
Canby Post, No. 10, G. A. Ii.,
held last Saturday afternoon, it
was ordered by the Post that the
school children, civic organiza
tions and the people at large be
requested to join in a general and
universal observance of Memorial
Day on Thursday, May SCth, 1007
that the decorations of graves be
observed in the forenoon and
that the people assemble in the
opera bouse at 2 p. in. of that
day and hear patriotic addresses
and music specially provided for
the occasion. Program to be an
nounced later. i '
It was further ordered th,at
the members of the post and a!I
old soldiers be requested to meet
at the Catholic Church on Sun
day morning, May 26th, when
the Quartermaster of the post
will be at the door to present each
old soldier with a suitable badge
as they enter the church, to hear
Rev. Father Murphy preach the
Memorial sermon. A fall atten
dance is requested.
On Thursday morning, May SO
at half past nine o'clock, all com
rades are reque&ted to assemble
on North 6th St., in front of the
hall, and proceed to the cemetery
for the morning service cf the
Cyrus Terry purchased a large
Edison phonograph last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. IL Hill made
a trip to Butler, Thursday to see
Melvin Hatton who is very low
with consumption. Mr. Hatton
has been at the county farm for
Tbe surprise on Mr. Lany
Hartman last Wednesday evening
was well attended and all report
a gook time.
Mr. Cyrus Terry and some of
his Happy Hill friends went tish
iug IaaI Tuesday night and from
all reports must of had as gvxxl
luck as ome of the other boys
that go but catch nothing.
Mrs. Llda Hartman is very ill
with her hand this week.
So far May docs not look very
iM-i.muinif tit tli tn-n that I
, . ? x perhars it dooa to
pianxeti, out, ptruas t
'.h.t .- fr....?m,. r.nt th
i W- hoiM o . t-.rt
4 V V
' JAl nrron' cf th,e 1 tr
cinity, was through our burg
Larly I-ister, early spring,
failed this time. Ducks were
skating on the shallow ponds
f T r , i
Uhi ClarK sola a jojr.w
$HO.tV, and A . M. heatley sold
0M fof W lut wo dia ta
. purchasers name.
MM - '!.- .
liH, ViUl avu Bl B U"lll
ejj, If v Would St 11 a few
r-1 . ......j
if Mts Grevtib Jg, or l.tdv bug.
or wi'.atthey cull t.u .i), csn sar
S - .
and offer all' -2Scz
Childrens HcrCdyto-X: zzJ Gar-
meats at cost aiul Ml-icv
It will pay yon to
fore buying yoirriIpririrr-Crct!ic3.J
' 'XJUXU r.ViV
" For TWENTY YEARS we -Lava Wta- etti j-V"4 trjicj
to' keep the confidence ef ;thTyeepI.'--'
Tor -FIFTEEN YEARS have "told. '.vc;.'..w :
S -!h am'm aotntU
"It's ST.30 per giCoa. It's iriaruittei for js'-Jars. Tfhy
-pay " loorcr '- - CH ' and ? p T C " T '--"? 4
puone 3! Williamson, & tftonompry.
coid rains, we doubt if the agri-!
cultural department can send
out anything that will destroy
Ben Rand went fishing one day
last week and , landed a thirty
pounder. Ben also cacght a
ducking getting the fish out of
We are glad that wild cat whis
tle at the ice plant only wailes
three times a day. We doubt if
we could hold car gentle nag if it
should turn loose sometime
when we were near. It ocnds
woefully awful way out here.
Suppose the men folks in the
Reavley vicinity had extra good
dinners last Friday. Prof. East-
barn's school closed and the
women bad prepared a big din
ner to take to the school bouse,
but it rained and everybody had
lo stay at home.
Most all the f arly corn planted
will have to be planted over. One
farmer, an ex judo, planted the
second lime and run tho planter
between the first rows. He may
have to plant the third time.
Guess ho will have to break the
ground and Uke a new start
Fred Hooper purchased a Jer
sey milk iv w from Geo. Mc
Laughiiu Saturday, paying $oi
Our road boss, Mr. Petty, is
doing some much needed repair'
va our tJ loa-
V ucaurj uvue
Wbeatiey aiao done ao:re work
James Rind must Inherit s-me
of bis grandfather's energy when
it comes to cutting down tnr,
. . . .,,.
by the wsy be bandied)
the ax Saturday in felling that
big Cottonwood tree for Aunt Bet
NtaU This was hi tirst big
tree and wo must say be don
well for a sixttva year old Ud.
The Reavley men fvlks are do
ing some repiir work ca their
church, a cow ret f, bitch rsclt,
Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Whito r.
turned lat Saturday, f ivin a vis
it to relative end fri-nidi in Ilia
is ar.d Indian Territory.
WewiU give yea theTtusvM
(C'i-.ro cr.e yc; j
r f n at a i : y am
aT S-ar r-
Ij a X
Meeting; Dates ef CoarU.
CIiTBlt court tet ia Batr lit
Vloniaj fa February, ilaj and
CoootyeoBrt meet! lit IIol. la
February, May, Atiut arij No
Probate eoart meeta Sod Monday
ta YtbruATj, May, Ang-tut aod No
vember. Bftlafs f TswnslniB Heard.
FTrat We4ae2ay after trot Toes
day la April.
Flrat Ttxaday after firti Monday
ta 3 uly.
Third Moaday ol ' Noeeaber of
ec5i jtT at oHce of the towoah!?
IUpreceBtaMra L. M. UrifSth.
Ilrcutt jBd-e C A. Denton.
Probate Jodga J. A. Silrsn.
SbertS C F. (Ward.
CtiTuJ Clerk D. T. Enabree.
County Ora C O. VeVa.
refnSfr I. M. tfoulta.
Treaurer W. R. 1IL
rtrs Atty W. H. Iroo.
School Com. A. L. lrr.
Borveyor E. B. Borroo.
A4mtattrator Jaa. Itajva.
Coeotwr O. F. Rrntck.
I'rr!iln5 JoJ.tJ- F. Harr.
AawfUta " A. U. HjOew
' ltea Siatth.
The federal prand jury bic!i
met ia Kansas City liat week, re
tarnod an indictment aguist F.
J. Tygard, president cf the de
funct Bates National Bank, thcro
were eleven otmnts in the bUL
The members of the jury had
beforw them the facts, and we
ha no doubt did their fuu duty
ia the matter.
Two cf the jurt ts. were fivta
Adrian and we feci sure that they
did their f all duty ia this tr.&tter.
Th public is r.ot th possess! a
of the facts, tut J-iv!
tho returns rr.adaby the jiry tt. j
conditio.. grave. .Adriia
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