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What Make 3
E Do You Wear?
If you have never tried ours
you should do so at once
Notice our display of low
shoes and then come in
and let us tell you all
Money to IAn.
I have a few thousand dollars
to loan on easy terms on good
II. P. Roblnsoi.
We have new
department. Ifew hats,
new collars.new belts,
new gloves, and in
fact, new every
thing that you
We can fit you out
h head to toe in BRAND NEW
J. A. Trumbrll, carpenter,
! painter and musician, departed
I for Butler yesterday noon to
make some ealculatious on the
mammoth auditorium he bu
posted b ereeted in Central
Park, with a Keating capacity of
$,000 people. He thinks Rich
Hill wocld become a second Kan
sas City and the merchants
would be unable to attend to tho
business this enterprise would
occasion. It surely is a compli
cated scheme or air castle, we
don't know which.
Among the Kansas City people
who formerly belonged here and
who came down to spend the day
Sunday were Mr- and Mrs. IL E.
Medley, Mr. and Mrsv L Leon
ard, Eva Holcomb, Ol Fortune,
Bert Matteson, Frank Gross,
Homer and Heber Hudelson,
llarrv Ashley, Geo. Hull, Will
and Ausily McMurtry, Eugene
Literell and Steve Henetield.
A meeting was held Tuesday
night to organize a band in this
S. L. AMCS,
PHONE NO. 116.
Mrs. Karah Ball ird of the r;.si
part of town di'd uiuVnly
Sunday morning about lOo'ci'tk
of a complication of dinnea. The
funeral was hold Monday after
noon from the homo, corner Mh
and Marie Streets. lMvr..;l
r ri.'iw ii'r.
Ml l.cjua wrre harltj;
tli'-lr bou painted Ut woi-k.
Vwi rr,tl;i in trailing
was about SI years of , had j u,rh -rrhm. Tulay
been married several time. and
was the mother of a number of
children, most of whom lire now
grown and live far away. Under
taker Booth had charge of the
The editor of The Advance, a
Kansas City, Kansas, Catholic
publication, sent a marked copy
of the. paper to this ofiice, in
which was an article to the effect
that if the person from Rich Hill
who was hiding behind a nom de
plume would send his real name
to a contributed article, it would
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rice, of
Kansas City, who came down
Sunday on the excursion on a
visit to Geo. Lawson and family
departed for their home yester
day noon. Mr. Rice looked
around for some farm lands
while here, with the object of lo
Bert Matteson, an old Rich
Hill boy, who has been working
for a printing firm in Kansas
I Come to His "01
A!am .YYl!tnil family, A Prairie
Ity, wt fMtinjr at I. 15. h-rU'
Kd Pon'Jun an ! wife, of I'.lrh III!!,
wirv out vl..ltlnjt at Ma brother
A koo1 rain, wfckli fell Fun-Jay
evening, Inn l;s-T;-S the lov f
crop toiisli Ji-r My.
Our roaJ bong nroun'J having
eosne ronl work do:ie In thl part ol
the country lat week.
Oil. lie bo re wa palctinr LU new
harn lat week. He U now at work
making a Dew cellar.
Mr. Oland, who lias lieen vMtlrjg
her eluteroTer wot of P.ich Hill, re
tcrnel home Saturday.
I. Behore was bulling isome lo2
to John Starr awmi!l lJit week.
HI eon Harve itc tw-IplDg tiia.
John Starr Is hauling nonm rKk
from Carl Miller's place, for a well
whleh Le I going to dig soon.
Andrew Lllcgo and Gu Oland
were down on the river finblng Sat-!j
urday, but did cot Lave much tic- J
They -will save you sorno money
on strictly up-to-the-minute mer
chandise? of all kinds.
Wash Dress Goods
We offer for your selection the
most complete line erer brought
to your city and priced to insure
very substantial saving.
I lOc-r.lcGairs Paltcrns-lQc I
"Welofier any McCall Pattern in
our stock for 10 cts. to close.
f LOCAL IJUIEFS.
town. As most of the old play- c;ty for some time is viere on a
ers could not be present, the
meeting was postponed. It is
thought that an organization is
possible and it will be but a short
time till concerts will be given.
The people here want a band and
wiil support one if they will get
together and quit kicking.
visit to his parents and will likely
remain. Cert was at one time
time on the Tkibune force and
favored us with a call yesterday.
There is still a chance for a
celebration of July Fourth at this
town. As yet, no town near has
made preparations to celebrate
The Review of Saturday says:;and rjjch Hill can accommodate
"The Fast End is booming more!
than any part of town at present
in the matter of improvements,
painting, new sidewalks, etc."
That is a new name for the east
the crowd. But we should have
something to be depended upon.
It's up to us.
The American Federation of
Sam Rarr weY.t to Duller on
the noon train Tuesday.
Farnell Jennings is here from
Coffey ville, Kims. He will prob
Dr. Sl.itor's dental oSiee will
be closed hereafter on Monday.!
Will Delamater was a passon
trer fur Fittsburt:. Kans. on a
Osborne I edy was a passcn
ger for Dutler Tuesday nocn on
a visit to friends.
A crowd of Motz people went
to I S. Alfred's on Route 3
Thursday and enjoyed a bi din
ner. Will Wright and wife departed
for their home in Kansa City
after a short visit to relatives in
J. D.ivis, nf Spraguo, and Miss
Mattie Rhodes, of Rich Hill, were
united in marriage at Nevada
on Monday of last wevk.
part of town, but the people are,1. "
... . . , . ....(ingTuesday night. Tliree can
eaicmngon to toe ikjuui i.iv.t.-r
. . . ... Ididates were votei
there than ever before and the
result is apparent.
The steel hangers and abut
ments for the bridges on the
drainage ditch have arrived and
been unloaded in the Mo. Pacific
yards. One is to be placed near
Papinvilio and another near Ny
hart. There will be a dozen re
quired in all on the ditch.
didates were voted on and an
alliance was formed with the dif
ferent unions in the state.
J. W. Bobbitt, of S prague,
was in town yesterday, and gave
the TuiiiCNE a friendly c&lL Mr.
Hobbitt reports everything in
his neighborhood getting along
Having "recently graduated
from the Dillenbeck School of
ft f. f r iff
Still on Sale
Same of the
son of Iiwton.Okla, arrived from 1
t r, n Tuno Jti nnnn tr ft
Ulill V Hj A rUHj atvrv w .
visit to Major T. W. Tedford and
wife. They will have quite a
visit befoie returning home.
I will buy cream at my Pro
duce Ho use on North fith street
for the Iola Creamery Cj. will
receive cream Tuesdays and Fri
days. A squaro dal guaranteed.
J. S. Nichols.
Seymour Williamson evidently
lost his watch and fob in sailing Kinn-
teach piano. Harriot Cole. 4t
Word reached tho city yester
day, of the arrival of a young far
mer at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. II. Fraff and wile were at the
Xonlc Harking and wife were
topping In IUch Hill Friday.
Mr. Delia Iwk U vWting Lr
grand daughter, Jim. Arthur Hed-
den, thl wk.
Her. Andrew Wilson broachta
large quantltr of fine strawberries
to market Friday.
Win. Kubluoon 1 building a lare
bay-bed, preparatory to taking
care of hi bay crop.
Tbat wo a fliie, larjre rain webad
Sunday evenlcg. We f.-ar that tt
drowned all the fUh.
lit-v. Hyan. of the Walnut St. M. E.
Cburt h waa cluing on acquaintance
In our part of town, Thursday.
Lltner Rowden and Sfina St-lla
Morgan. f tbe Cornland neighbor-
bood, vUltetl WHoura ltowden,
Ilud Smith and Wni. Callaway
started overland for Kana City,
Thursday, where they will work
witb their teania.
Mr. Ja.nc Dark, wife and eon.
Diner, went tu Lldorado earing, j
Thursilay, where Mrs. Dark will re
main for a couple of moutlia fur the
benefit of bt-alth.
liert Diirk. John Foi't and Clyde :
Orls went fisliiti! .Saturday for.
the entire day. They only caught
one fih aud It lonkel so lonely, they '
threw It back lu the river. )
Judv Allen Wright ihea eiwin1 ;
one tv uoli'y Gale that fce ha put
oa LU white linen trou-r. and al-;
sil ttt ti)t 111.. rvj4.!.ra .f uTir n u.r
(wlieu lie pulii :i LU "Ivv cream
it AX iiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiintutt
r n n r ry r rs. m i
l! ultUlL Y
EXCLUSIVT AGE:rr FOR
Geo. 81, Lee Co. of Omaha, Keb.
Stock and Poultry Supplies.
Use'Lee"s Lice Ki.ltr for ii:e ar. i mites
onpjjultry. Every can warre.te.-d.
Use Germoaone frr p.u:try. A sure cure
for Cholera, Iloup and C-nkvr. Gsrated
to do what w e say it wi'L
Lee's F!yo Crro keeps f ies and i
of! of stk.
Lee's Hog Fe:
:cdy his r.o c-quiL
i- , . . , (wlieu lie outii on LU "Ivv ere
A Iloyce, down at the farm in .... , .,
J 1 I mut. It in garden makii: time.
I Some yueer ttiinK are noth-ed on
"Grandma" Lowry of the i the farm thU kiudu. a tMd ol
country cast near the river, was j ri wh,'ut u -vn rl5"1 l n flt,ld '
1 1,,. Jra ,Ml ,ur" o the
J I row. ncnKthe field. lu tho car-
LEE'S EGG- MAKER.
LEE'S STOCK FOOD,
LEE'S WORM POWDER.
Lee's Spray Pumps. 50 cents.
Lee's Lavrn Spray Pumps, $1.
i OCO ZZ CCC
placod under the care of a physi-
g Stock of Wall Paper
which we pur
through the air behind his Boe-t;
footed racer, Ned. The horne
however, never loses time, so
V"o want good correspondent
in tho surrounding country.
Send in a batch of newsy items
uiiM-licited and we will make the
J. H. Cook, Albert Wielcand
a number of others are making
Improvements on their home.
That's a good plan to make Kkh
Hill a better town.
Ncksim; Anyone noi'dinx tlie
erices of u iiur.o apply to Mr..
M. C. Neat, at J. C. Hanley rei
deiu.0, corner Walnut and Fay
J. it. IMnllip was a t aller at tho
Tiuuu.nk Saturday morninsr. He
will j;o to Denver, Colo., on a is
it to relatives some time next
Mr. Hormau Loch and two
daughters departed for IJutlor
yesterday nH.m, on a visit to rel
atives and friends.
Howell Heck and F.dith llotnrr
were at Windsor lust Thursday
delegates to the F.pworth IxMtgue.
Kev. J. S. Fu ter was a pV i
n d ti:.L. n,.. nufcL'l'l U 6 aol cailer ai tno iuihim. onue
in.i rioK S J. N. Harrows wns an arrival
Mr. and Mrs. Winxlard, of Gas,
lans., arrived yesterday noon on
a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Ri
der, of the Fairview neighbor
Will Harris and Winchell Jami
son went to Pittsburg, Kans.
Wednesday, to attend Will Hois,
Subscribe for TliK TuuifNK.
s Wall Paper, Paint and s
2 vhllc they ere cheap.
Opera Drug Co.
den, ! are eiiounh to eat and
potatoes not tiear l:rgr' euuuh to
hlooiu. lu the ort-hanJ. apjW,
xr anJ rherry trH- are blooiuiutf
th nKVood time.
For TWENTY YEARS we hive tea gettj izl trjinj
to ketp the confidence of th; feef?.
For FIFTEEN YEAKS we have jcIJ
HAMMAR PAlNT.x :
It's $i.jo per giUon. It's jpuaractctd for 5 jtar-i. W'bj
pay more. CaII and sec ui.
pbonc 3! Williamson & Montgomery.
V" . .
r- 1 our 1 numo
".;V" J It IH Imosii.-
1 .tt ck.. c ..4
rt, 4 f u
The IVnThat Rlls Itself
S'1I nHlnj; i'ii are now uwt
aliuoft entirely. Time avet,
no wratihln; or t'lottUi U
the great nilvautiix'- They
are com ei. lent JuraMf,
aitt oncotriett, ly um-I.
PrK-.- r.u:e troiu fJ'.0 up.
I'ltll uut our tare tovk.
n(MlU Kh.lt Hli.L. M i
May Mcullovh w cju'.te
U k laat wivV t It ore tliroat.
The liaril rtn .utnl.iy n 111 ket'i
the f.-iruu-rM frxitn cultlvatluij corn
tor a few tlaj .
Mr. aiil Mr. Noah Caton. ol
theSpraae vli-lulty, waa inl.!u In
our Ituri; Saiulay.
J. K. WiNou nol.l I'.u Ktie." h;
liltf rsil iluthaiu. to JuU-e .Vrj.t
Klroni Moinl.-iy, nt 3 rts. i r Hi.,
(he animal i utau Wi t !!. 1
J . I'orron'i. In ias hi n-i.li i.er
U iuillftt il i! Ii a Ik iv i .il o! pa't.
Prof, llol.lui.oa of I'.h h UtilU ttoir
the atuUu. Prof. U.ihh MJU
lnlat hruh a t!ettrrou!y lle
Mr. PeuTiiti, of S(t. " rnoii. l.nv.
rvii'.v cioity. n-iit wv.r.il J.n tn
j.ant vrk In daughter.
Mm le lUiiil. Mr T. ay ltnte
eouiity eroj ar hIh'o.1 tt ljiwn-ne
l ouar.l P!.u k futf rlu wtth a
tutU.y cut hertvl H wn ,rWI:!rf
tia a new haru w ln-u a phv of luia
U'flelt. fctr;Whic hlui 0:1 the h A 1.
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f u III t he w o'.itul. .
f"iht v i.khi of loea.Un ';ioe
our ht eonoinmtiati.ia All were
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evivil Mi J M. VheiVv
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