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We have tho finest
iu the city tliat wo
are selling very
cheap. Come in and
Cay Yaar fourth o!
Jcly Dress now.
Our Black Dress
department is com
E Voiles, Pananu, Chiffon,
r M. a a
and many other
fabrics that will
make tine skirts to
fro with dainty waist
or in full suits.
Be sure and look at
E Cur Line of Shoes
before buying. If
you have never
worn a White House
Shoe, try them and
know what it is to
have your feet com
C Butter Brown Shoes
for the Boyi and Girls, j
Corsets will make
of all the ladies that
wear these corsets.
Money to Ion.
I have a few tfceuMtd dollara
to Ion on eiy Urni cm pod
H. P. Robinon.
S. L AMES,
PH03E VO. 116.
NuitsiNG Anyone necdinjr the
services of a nurno apply to Mrs.
M. C. Neat, at J. C. ilaoley resi
dence, corner Walnut and Fay
Prof. C. M. Leedy was a pleaa-
anf caller at the Tkibune yester
day. Prof. Leedy is an excell
ent gentleman and a very capa
While the brides are having
granite and linen showers, we all
had one, composed of water,
Monday night that was sure the
limit. It didn't rain, it just
Mr. Fetheroff, who has been
living on the Darnell place in the
south part of town, departed for
Caldwell, Kas., yesterday noon,
via the Frisco.
I will buy cream at my Pro
duce House on North 6th street
for the Jola Creamery Co. will
receive cream Tuesdays and Fn
days. A square deal guaranteed
J. S. Nichols.
Jas. Hedges, wife and four
children of Springfield, Mo., are
here on a visit to II. M. Booth
and family. Dr. Hedges, of the
Citizen's Bank, of Warrensburg,
is also here visiting them.
Mrs. Alice Thompson, of Platte
City, Mo., Mo., departed on the
noon train yesterday for Nevada,
on a visit to ner orotner. one
stopped off here to have a short
visit with S. B. Cole and family.
Items Gleaned From This Locality
and Sorted Out in Sizes.
Sam Wilson, of Hume, was in
W. O. Jackson, of Butler, was
in town Tuesday.
Harley Geiger was a Sunday
visitor to Ft. Scott.
J. R. Heuck was a passenger
for llockville Monday noon.
Geo. Uakestraw npent Sunday
in this city, visiting old friends.
Dr. Slater's dental office wil
be closed hereafter on Monday
Rich Hill will have a big
Fourth, street fair and carnival
ail next week. It
Mrs. Frank Smith was a pass
enger for Joplin yesterday noon,
en a visit to relatives.
Wilkie Grimm and Miss Incr
Cook apent Sunday in Nevada,
tho guoats of friends.
Clarence Lyle and wife and
MUs Km ma Mattingly were pas
. acngeri for Butler Friday noon.
Mr. Sam Allen, of Pittsburg,
Kans., arrived Monday noon on a
riait to Dr. W. II. Allen and fam
ily. We have about 10 piano and or
gan boxes for sale. Piano boxes
$2.00 each. Wheeler Music
Miss Wesson, the little niece of
J. N. Utteraon, departed for her
home at Appleton City yesterday
Several fine brick crossings
are being put down on the east
aide. It is the proper thing.
Keep 'or going.
The Young Men's Club of the
Presbyterian Church will give
another atereoptiean entertain
ment this evening.
Mra. Jas. Waller arrived Mon
dv noon from Nevada on a vis-
It to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Hager, and other relatives
Having recently graduated
from tho Dlllenbeck School of
Oratory, I am prepared to teach
rtCutlon and oratory. Will also
ile3i ilano. Harriet Colo. 4t
Mr, j. Cowan and children
arrived ycWr.dny noon on a visit
to Mrs. Coaa' parents, Mr
and Mrs. W. C. i.Louebraker,
F. M. Tarter, one of our
staunchest Republican readers
of the Panama neighborhood, was
a pleasant caller at the Tkibune
office Thursday. He is as patri
otic as the days are long and we
need many more just 6uch citi
zens. Miss Mamie Chapman is now
in Memphis, Tenn., where she
has secured a position at book
keeper in an establishment at
that place. Miss Chapman re
cently graduated from the high
school here with honors, and is
sure to succeed.
Miss Virgie Lundean, who has
been visiting Miss Daisy Garri
son, of Humboldt, Kans., the
past three weeks, arrived home
Monday night. She was accom
panied by Mrs. Elsie Strickland
and Miss Mary Pearson. They
say they had a fino time,
FiieruU and uhcriter to thi
paper Mill confer a fnvor upon ui
by tmleriiiir ihrir legal notice
printed in (hit paper. Tliey can
th n ee for tbrmrle whether the
notice aie corrrct or not.
Appleton City is to have a com
bined annual picnic, Mrt fur
and stock show on Aug. i, Ir
f.nd 'M. It !s not known whether
a county fair and pumpkin how
will bo held at the haiue time,
but we wager there will be
Tell your friends and relatives
to meet you at Rich Hill during
the street carnival that viii be
held from July 2nd to 0th, and to
be sure and bring the whole
family and let the children en
joy a ride on the merry-go-round
aud ff rris wheel H
FlavyTygard, wife and child
and sister, Miss Lois, departed
for Mangun, Ok., where they
will hereafter reside. They are
excellent people and we regret
to see them go. We congratu
late the people of Mangun in bar
ing them n their midst.
Strayed or Stole a Juna
ISth from my place, 3 1-2 miles
northwest of Pleasant Gap, a
brown western mare. 15 hands
high, branded on left hip with
figure "2." Information lead
ing to recovery of wins will be
rewarded. R. L. Lynn, Spruce,
Mo., Route No. 2 It
Word has been received here
to the effect that Mr. Bert Ins
ley, formerly of the Vogel Bar
ber Shop, and Miss Lois Delama-
ter, of this city, had been mar
ried at Joplin on Tuesday, June
15th. The best wishes of the
Tribune is extended to the wed
S. L. Standish, an enterprising
citizen of Hume, brightened up
the Tkibune office from the
waste basket to tho ofica towel
Wednesday, by giving us a
friendly call and setting his sub
scription up several notches.
Mr. Standish is an old time read
er of this paper and is an excel
Alex Alms,' father of Geo.
Alms of this city, celebrated his
eOth birthday Wedneaday. His
sons were in attendance, being
John and Fletcher Alms, from
South Missouri, Wm. Alms, of
Illinois, and Geo. Alms, of this
city; two daughterr, Mrs. Emma
Witherman and Mrs. Sallie
Banks, of Carthage, were also
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ritchie
drove over from Rich Hill, Satur
day, to visit at the homes of Mr.
and Mrs. N. A. Ritchie and Mr.
ana Mrs. H R. Wells, of this
city. Mr. Ritchie is one of the
extensive farmers of southwest
ern Bates and is a brother of N.
B.Ritchie. They returned home
Monday. Appleton City Jour
Rhapsody on the Dollar.
He is a paragraph from an ex
change: F.very dollar in your
pocket fay to you: "If you will i
always call for
Wall Paper, Paint and
A very qukt and beautiful
lume wedding Wile plae
evening at the home of G
Rhodes of the west part of town,
when Ira Irvin of Columbia, and
Miss Lula Rhodes, of this city,
were united in the sacred bonds
of wedlock, Guy Z. Moore, of
Golden City, Mo., ofSciiting.
The bride is the youngeit
daughter of Geo. Rhodes and has
grown to young womanhood in
our midst. She is prominent in J
the church and social circles,
and is an accomplished your.g
The groom, although unknown
to the writer, is eald to be an
excellent young man, of good
habits and character. He is for
tunate in winning such an excell
The happy pair departed on
last night's train for Kansas
City, where they will visit awhile
before going to Columbia to re
side. The Tbibune wishes them
health, happiness and prosperity.
Another home wedding occur
red last evening at the home of
Thos. McCombs, on Snd and Ma
ple, when Mr. Dell Douglas and
Miss Edna McCombs became
man and wife, Rev. W. B. Chan
cellor officiating. It was a quiet
affair, only a few relative of the
contracting parties being in at
tendance. Both young people are well-
known, having Jived here all their
lives. They are to reside at the j
corner of 2nd and Maple, where!
they will be at home to friends.
The best wishes of the Tkibune!
are hereby extended.
el A ClIAiiCE OF li LIF
To Save Over One -Half
on a Suit of
Men's and Young Men's Clothes.
We have alout 200 MEN'S and
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS that for
merly sold from S7.50 to S16.C0,
sizes 32 to 36. that v?e vnll
: CLOSE OUT TO QUIT 3
t at tho ridiculously lov7 price of t
I $3.95 and $5.00.!
Rev. G. 1L Cosper, of Nevada,
was in town Tuesday advertising
the Chatauuqua, which will be
held at Lake Park Springs, July
10 to 20, 1907. The assembly
promises to be better this year
than last, and nothing has been
spared to make it a success.
Kiltie's Band will open the Chau
tauqua, and other feature num
bers are to be introduced
throughout the ten days' exer
cises. It will be a chance for one
to have recreation and instruc
tion at the beautiful springs.
(Jo, if you cannot stay but one or j
two days. It is time and money I
JAMES' CASH GROCERY
ASK ABOUT IT.
D. Barber Dead.
D. Barber, an old citizen of
Rich Hill, died at his home in
the west part of town, Tuesday
morning at 4:30 o'clock.
Deceased was about 1 years
of age and was the father of 12
children, who are grown and sur
vive him. He had been in feeble
health for somo time and death
a no doubt a relief to hiiu.
The funeral Ux.k place from
the family home, cor. Myrtle and
.... A U ...... -A ft tft.".t
let mo stay in this town, 111 cir- ! J
cul.Uo around and do lutsof good, i . .
... , . , ... na um'ii uau v.tu;iiiTj .
lou Luy a oig ocemeaK ywwi h:u
and the butcher will buy grocer.
snd many other things we
hare in stock.
Stock of Wall Paper
it complete and the
price are right. Com
pare them with otheri.
les, and the grocer will buy dry
goods, and the dry goods mer-j
chant will pay his doctor bill with1
me, and the doctor will spend me
with tho farmer for oats for his
lorse, and the farmer will pay
or his last summer trousers and
buy a pair of socks. In the long
run, you see, 111 be more useful
to you bore at home than if you'd
aent mo away forever."
are recognized every
wbrre at the best in
quality and price. See
us before you buy.
Opera Drug Co.
A A -
Don't 1 1 t t
iMu't H yyur cMld uftVr with
that rough hen you r&urunrtt with
lUltnrJ' Horrbound !yrup, a ur
cure for t'oush. Urvnchltl. lnrtuen-
irt. Croup aud Pulmonary iJUrowr.
Uuy a buttU ami try It.
II. U. LnutfUtcr, HjtiulU, UUa ,
write: "I hnve two children who
hd croup. I trl-d many tlinVrvnt
rviupdU, but I iuut jr your llorv
houud S. rup U the lwt Croup ud
Couku tm'dkiii I ever cd." tfold
by Cvr lru More.
We will give you tho Tu;i;ine
and MeCall's mnganine 1 year
for f 1.00
In the meantime, trade at the
JAMES' CASH GROCERY.
Bring us your country produce
I A BARGAIN
A $3.50 Price & Temple's
Piano damaged in shipping
for $200 Cash.
OTHER PIANO BARGAINS.
f R. H.Wheeler Music Co.
for every member cf the fimL'.y acJ for Saturday
conddertt'y lower thin c'.sewbtre.
Women's low neck and sleeTeitss Tests, of bleached ribbed ccttoa.
from 9 till i o'clock, at the Tcry i;eclal prices cf, each
Ca Saturday corning
We have quite lot cf blank
Affidavits, Oil and Gal Irate,
Faim lak. 0ih of Office, Stete
mrnti ol elec!o. ipnri tfcat ve
will c!l to (lion nrtUing m, at
wo ki can be jotua epy
Womrn't Fine White Cotton Vef.i,
Upfd mxk and arms, a good Irt;
al u o at 3 f or S:c. F- ch "
mr a u K
v omto I isc low necK una s.ec.
loss, plain and fancy trimmed
and fency yoke ests, each
Women1! Knea Pants, Jersey ribbt d
cotton, cuff at bet torn, Trench wtit
band, regular i'c vlue, per J Q;
Hen's Fine Ribbed Ccttoa Shirts tnd
double seatisl drawers, Cc
rvuliily, a sieclAl a&
iltr.' Fine Bilbri-ia S'.:;rt ar.J
Dra w't. 1X'UX pdy Tic when you
C4n j:tt theia here a to low a
i'oy'a Citached Ccttoa Shirti A rt
k'.eeu', a re-ul.tr 2e value, h'iv I H J