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Wo lmvo tlio finest 3
lino of 3
In the c ity that wo
are. Belling very
cheap. Come in and 2
t Lay Vcur r cur Ih cf j
July Drtss Now. 2
Our Black Dross
department is com
Money to lxuu.
I have a few thousand dollars
to loan on easy
terms on good
II. P. Robinson.
t Voiles, Panama, Chiffon,
and many other
fabrics that will
make tine skirts to
nr in full Knits.
Te sure and look at
E Oar Line of Shoes 3
before buying. If
you have never
worn a White House
Shoe, try them and
know what it is to
have your feet com
Buster Brown Shoes
for the Boys and Girls.
Corsets will make
of all the ladies that
wear these corsets.
S. L AMES,
PHONE NO. 116.
Dr. I. F. Marqnia, of Balm,
has decided to locate at Uich Hill.
(For many years Dr. Marquis has
been a successful physician in
this county. As a citien he
took an active part in ail move
ments for public good. Regret
ting his removal, his wide circle
of friends commend him to the
people with whom he he has cast
his lot and wish him the success
he is certain to earn. Cedar Co,
A fire alarm was turned in
Wednesday afternoon for a small
blaze at the John Hagan smoke
house on Cth St. A bucket bri
gade of clerks from the Griffith
store and a few others put out
the flames before the fire boys
responded, although they were
not very slow. The loss does
not amount to much and it is not
likely it was insured.
Prof. I F. Robinson arrived
home from Butler Thursday
night, where he attended the
meeting of the text-book coin
mission. Prof. II. is an enthusi
astic teacher and school worker,
and the school board here is for
tunate to have such a man at the
head of our high school.
Mrs. A. W. Fulton departed
for Kansas City Monday noon.
Her husband joined her there
3 I Tuesday and thoy went to Stew-
Win. KlotHcho and on, Oscar,
. . . . . i .1 i
vi tno nprsgue nfinnwi o"i,
was pleasant callers Ht th Tier-, In Full Blast Th
hum: "ice Monday altemoonJ
Z?r '..J: ' 'AusemnntCo. arrived Sunday
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rilACIIAilCE OF A LIF
Items Cleaned From This Locality
and Sorted Out in Sizes.
Miss Dona Geiger was an ar
The carnival is attracting large
crowd these evenings.
Miss Clara Weeks was an ar
rival from Butler Wednesday
Miss Josephine Hyatt was nn
arrival from Butler Tuesday
Miss May Griffith was a pas
senger for Jefferson City Tues
FJiner Vail and family, from
Illinois are here visiting II. Vail
Dr. Slater' dental office will
be closed hereafter on Monday
Fd Beard and family were ar
rivals from Mineral, Kas., yes
Webb Jones was an arrival
from Pittsburg, Kan. Tuesday
noon, where he ha ben visiting.
We have about W) piano and or-
can boxes for sale. Piano boxes
i2.ro each. Whcclcr Music
Miss Grace EngeU departed
Wednesday morning for Musko
rve, Ind. Ty., on a visit to re!a
Hating recently graduated
from tho Dillenbeck School of
Oratory, I am prepared to teach
elocution and oratory. Will alo
teach piano. Harriet Cole. U
Quite a number from hero in
tend taking In tho Nevada Chuu
tauqua from the It'll to tho 20th
of this month. It wiil bo u good
chance for a little recreation, and
be very beneficial.
Ed. Melvin Chamberlain de
parted for Sedan, Kirns., to give
hi Amos Quiukenbush stunt
for the people on July 1th. He
says he will set tho poople theie
crwy and wo heartily agree with
Tho new centrifugal pump for
tho Wier-Ritchie ruino is snid to
bo able to d tho business. It is
claimed to discharge. 1000 gal
Ions of water p-r minute, the
stream being Sin. in diameter.
In this way they can empty aev
eral pit In a !;ort timo and get
ardtowu, Pa., where they will
make their future home. They
will visit relatives on the way.
"Gabo Hedden, the most in
dustrious farmer of the Fairview
neighborhood (when it comes to
hunting a cool place to loaf ) was
on our streets Saturday, in an
ticipation of the carnival .
I will buy cream at my Pro
duce House on North bth street
for tho Iola Creamery Co. will
receive cream Tuesdays and Fri-
davs. A square d-al guaranteed.
J. S. Nichouk.
Mrs. Frank Kiltz snd little son
were visiting her parents, W. B.
S. Gault and wife, and other rela
tives of the Sprague neighbor
hood the first of the week.
We wish to call the public's at
tention to the fact that the Tui
ncsKcan turn out job printing,
neat and cheap. Call and see
Nate Helton departed for Lee
Summit Monday noon, after a
short visit to his family here.
Mrs. J. II. Brooks and chil
dren were Butler visitors Tues
W. C. Stonebraker went out on
his regular run Monday noon.
steers by being struck by light
ning Sunday. They were in
sured, although not to the fx
tent of the real loss. II- repot t s
he has some peaches and uul
fruit on his place and everything
indicates a good crop this year.
with the possible exception of
corn and there is time enough i
yet for it to yield. j
Rev. A E. Ryan, of the Walnut
St. M. E. Church has been offer
ed a position with the Children's
Home Finders' Society, of Kan
sas City, and the probabilities
are that be will accept and Rich
Hill will lose a valuable pastor
and citizen. Rev. Ryan is an en
thusiastic worker and we wish
him success in this noble work.
He lias not as yet signified his in
tentions, but it U likely that he
will do so soon. His many
friends here regret to see him
go, but perhaps it's for the test
J. M. Stephenson, of Route 4,
was a pleasant caller at the Tri
bune: Monday morning, and re
newed hi subscription. He is a
staunch Republican and his
faith in the grand old party. He
also thinks Rich Hill has better
prospects than ever before and
believes the town is coming to
R. E. Buckeridge was showing
around some large dewberries
Wednesday. They were about
an Inch in length and about 1-2
inch in diameter. It is due to
I m tf
afternoon from Paohi, Kans., via.
the Frisco, where the company
put up last week.
The company ha the right ofi
way near the city 1
street and no damage can be
done. The employees are well I
appearing and courteous, and in
all, the carnival is n"t what many
The entire line of concessions, j
although not many in number, i
are first-class and moral, more so j
than the usual run of shows.
They furnish entertainment fo
those who love excitement and
amusement. The ferris wheel
draws quite a crowd and the j
Electric Theatre and "De Souf,
Befo' De Wah" seems to please j
The other shows are ! r
To Save Over One-Half
on a Suit of
::f Men's and Youno Men's Clothes. 3
W o have alout 200 MEN'S and
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS that for
merly sold from S7.50 to $16.00.
sizes 32 to 36. that vre vdll
r'E CLOSE OUT TO QUIT
at the ridiculously lo-sr price of 2
said to be good and all are being
The free attractions are above
the average, being a high dive
from a 70 ft. ladder in a net, and
the marvelous barrel rolling and
juggling by Prof. Adams.
A large crowd is expected to
day, although no celebration will
Golden City Rtunion.
The fifth annual reunion of the
Golden City Reunion Association
wiil be held at WyattPark, Gold
en City, Mo., on Wednesday,
Thursday, and Friday, July 2l,2."
"ft 1 Q1 7 Th rr.-it m' lhati
has attended tnese reunions in
the past, the splendid enertain
ment of the thousands, police pro-
his cultivation, as he claims any jtection day and night, the invit
fruitwill develope a well with iug f rounds and beautiful parks
3.95 and $5.00.
A BEAUTIFUL GOLD CLOCK
Tell your friends and relatives
to meet you at Rich Hill during
the strcet'carnivalthis week and
be sure' and bring the whole
family and let the children en
joy a ride on the merry-go-round
aud ff rris wheel It
John Stapleton, a brother in
law of Wheelbarger, the tomb
stone man, has started up a cigar
factory on Walnut street and
turns out a good cigar, the White
Crow. Another local enterprise
for Rich HiLL
The local Christian Endeavor
Union had a tine program Monday
night, which was enjoyed by all
present. Much interest is being
taken in tho meetings and united
effort is bound to bring results.
Mrs. II. M. Ruble and daugh
ter of Rich Hill, who had been
visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lightfxt, returned home
Saturday. Pleasanton Herald.
U. S. G. Prowcll has ordered
the Tuint'NJ: sent to his father in
make this an ideal place for a few
days outing. If you want to meet j
your old friends, . neighbors or i
comrades and talk over old times 1
or relate stories of pioneer days,
come to the reunion, for you will
meet them there. The arrange
ments for the coming reunion an
far superior to any in the past,
and all who attend will have the
time of their lives. For conces
sions write John A. Griessel,
corresponding secretarj-. J
W. F. Stemmons, Pres. j
J. M. BiiOOKs, Secy.
To whom it may concern: j
The German Lutheran congrega- j
lion requests contractors toj
make bids for painting their
building, but retains the privi
ledge of rejecting one or all bids, j
Specincations may be had at the ;
parsonage, Cor. 4th and Chest j
W. Bt- Noc
x always calls for
Wall Paper, Paint and
s Paint Crashes
S and many other thingt we
jj have In Hock.
Stock of Wall Paper I
o is complete and the
6 prices are right. Com
o pare the;n with otheis.
lit th Wrong Room.
Tb ldr -M!ftionrjr u India vat
i ud Id bd. Hh a i!ti-ful Jrk. 'Too
Pennsylvania, who will now keep ar mun-MUTT" h iJ. looktnic
th tlgir rrly in ! Uo. "I m."
rpi;d th trt, HrVinR hi rbp
with m horrtj inctln b tvuli
Just the thing ti have standing on your mn'.!e or in
any other convenient place. The clock stands IS inches
high and is fitted with a guaranteed American movement
that will run SO hours with one winding. The frame is
richly gold plated and will never tarnish. The ornamental
design of this clock makes it one of the most beautiful
articles of the kind on the market Unlay.
We have concluded to o'er the above clock FREE OF
CHARGE as an inducement for every one to trade with
us a sufficient length of time to test our goods, prices and
manner of doing business, feeling assured that every one
purchasing a suSlcient amount to secure one will become
a permanent customer. We have not increased prices
and will not do so. We give these away simply to keep
abreast of the times, in advertising oar business, knowing
full well thru a pleased customer is the best advertisement
we can secure, and after you have examined sample at oar
store, we are confident you will endorse our choice.
Our Motto: "Always sviling the best goods at lowest
This clock given absolutely free of charge when your
cash purchases amount to $40.
JAMES' CASH GROCERY
Highest market price paid for country produce.
Br.-..d B"X, Sugar and Spice Box, Fzz Case
Roater, or Steam Cooker given instead if desired.
in touch with alt the news.
John Bussey, of littaburg,
are recognized evcy
where as the be&t In
quality and price. See
us before you buy.
Kunius, was a visitor here Tues
day and Wednesday. He is
Hiking hale and hearty.
iiiiumoa. !1. I dcc!r to
o-!" crll tb lJy T .'-. Senary.
Whalfirrr W oil to ui ,- ther
in a hir? t! ' "liut.
madam "Wot a word. !r'"
J. W. Thuruian and family, oftcour, th tiK-r ! l iut iu dm
rHffi-t, but Inanmm h a thr Udy mi
lonarjr ouM I'.eu to eothlr.ti. anj
fird up hr head t'hl. U a
only left to him to t!:r.li ajr
Opera Drug Co.
8 D.B.Kitij,Pits. Ricilir,!,l,:j. J
Wichita, Kan., were In tle cit-'
tho first part of the week visiting!
old friends. 1
J. W. Jamison arrived home
from his Mexico trip Saturday
night, refreshed and ready for
Jack Douohoe of Panama de
parted for Richmond. Va-, Wed
nesday nm, on an extended
Misses Cora and Kthel Hver
were passengers for Kansas City
Tuesday noon, on a short vUit.
-' r 1 " " wtrsuer wratt.r. a thry get tlla
from St. Iuis Saturday night icg ,t, ,-4 att.r.
on a visit to relatives.
Clyde Gault, of the Sprague
neighborhood, Is said to be on
the sick list.
Note the ud of C. S. G. Pnuv-
'e'l, the Insurance man, on the
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fcUil Mcv.il inaga-u;o i j-ai
Subscribe for ThsTiuivns.
Muakrat Ground Rented.
Il parti cf tfce uih the n.ukrat
ill a trail 1 lnir(anl that !
narthra on which ther tf er bur
rows ari rBt-4 out tor tli t-.H.t-Inf.
Tfcf rrt U Bu!!y bs-it at
bight, when tbt animal ar out Id
ararrtt f fvsl. U iH!n-' inn t iun
that aa onuuaiy h'vi ti' inifi
lhin fr-'ra thrir li. riy. t:t u t!.-y are
!auahiie In thui.aatS. Thr t r
untera only kt.l Uoun la tb iuirr
aol ar! iiruig. hfn tt;fir c-T ai
liilck and In lrime rttid;tioB. Tt )
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A $3.50 Prico tc Tcrnplo's
Piano damaged in shippinc
lor $'-200 Cash.
OTHER PIANO BARGAINS.
Re H Wheeler Music Co.