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In the city that wo
are- selling very
cheap. Come in and 2
t Czy Veer fourth of
July Dress Now. 3
Our Black Dross 3
department is com- 2
Voiles, Panama, CMffcn, J
and many other
fabrics that will
make line skirts to
Ho with dainty waist
or in full suits.
He sure and look at
Oar Line of Shoes
before buying. If 3
you have never 3
worn a White House
Shoe, try them and
know what it is to
have your feet com
F Buster Brown Shoes 3
for the Boys and Girls. 3
Corsets will make
of all the ladies that
wear these cornets.
S. L AMES,
pnONE KO. n6.
I bays a few tkensaaa1 aailari
to loan on easy terms on good
II. P. RotiDSon.
Misses Anes and Uarbara
Twaddle departed for Iioone,
Iowa, Tuesday noon on a visij to
their old home. They will stay
about a month and then go to
Sunnyside, Utah, to join th rest
of the family. We wish them
many friends, health and pros
perity in their now home.
Johnny Parker, has started liis
cigar factory and is turning out
one of the best 5 cent cigars on
! the market. It is named Ibsen
and will be a ready seller. John
3 i is one of the fastest and best ci
gar makers around here and we
wish him all kinds of success.
Word has been received to the
effect that Miss Inez Woodhouse,
formerly of this city but now of
Nevada, and Mr. llalph J. Hay of
Allegheny, Pa., were married
July rd. They will reside in
Allegheny after August 1st.
The TuicCNE congratulates.
Items Gleaned From This Locality
and Sorted, Out in Sizes.
Miss Josephine Hyatt arrived
from Butler Tuesday noon.
The first new wheat of the sea
son is being shipped out via the
Dr. Slater's dental office will
be closed hereafter on Monday
Miss Blanche Khodos depart
ed for Columbia luesday on a
visit to relatives.
We have nbout DO piano and or
can boxe for sale. Piano boxes
$2.00 each. Wheeler Music
Mrs. Simon I b and children
arrived last from an ex
tended trip to St. Iui and
Eli Cline and wife were visiting
at Met theflrst part of the
week. Eli formerly was a Kith
Hill printer but now holds a iosi
tion at Kepublic, Mo. He seems
to be enjoying life but perhaps
that Is duo to his being in double
We are in receipt of a cata
logue from the Mo. State Fair,
which be at Sedalia October 5th
to 11th. The affair will be big- $-D0.
Arnault th CbautBW ii
Vv i9 Nevada yesterday non
wart: Mr. and Mn. J. I.' Hal,
Mr. and Mrs! II. D. OU..n. Mr.
and Mrs. E. Waggoner, Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Utters'in, Dr. and
Mrs. C. A. DelamUr, Mr.
Chas. Burrows, Mr. Cha. Hens
ley, Misses Alice Frances, Zetta
Walters, Erma Hansir.ru. Kiltie
Ferguson, Beryl Booth. Carrie
and Sarah W ilson. Al'eue Bcas
ley, Winifred Weeden, Seymour
Williamson, Henry Sheppardand
Kev. Perry Long, pastor of the
M. F Church, Souths suffered a
paralytic stroke Tuesday even
ing about 10 o'clock, and at this
writing he is in a dangerous con
dition and not expected to live.
Rev. Long was apparently in the
best of health and his many
friends are hoping the sudden at
tack will not prove fatal
Rolla Crabb's team of horses
ran away with him Monday on
West Olive Street, caused by the
coupling pole breaking. Holla
was thrown to the ground and
badly bruised, although not seri
ously hurt In any way.
We will give our readers a
chance to read the St. Louis He
public, daily rural route edition,
.and the Tkibcne one year for
It is perhaps the best of-
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CLEARING SALE! I
Bitae Coucty Eoard of Visitor!
Conitn.ns 014 Structure.
To the Honorable Judges of the
County Court of HaUs Co. Mo.
Gi.nti.i.mkn: The Board of
County Visitors of this county
beg leave to submit the following
On oi-.r visit to the County Poor
Farm on July rd, we found
much to condemn and little tof
The building is oil, rotten, 11- it
thy, not at all suitable for a pub-J
lie institution. The furniture,
with the exception of one or twoj a 3
iron bedsteads, is absolutely j ClCarlllO SSlC PrlCeS OH W2S!l DfCSS CCOdS. 3
worthless, being old broken and!-
worn out. The bedding is use- 0 0 -o . .. . . , 2
falonly as a breeding place tor't 8 13 BlStGS. Clearing PuCC. yd., 5C. 1
Oar Blq Dry CooiSs Department,,
Chock-full vrith hot weather
bargains, the backward sea
son makes the opportunity for
price cutting, the "greatest in
the Eis Store's history.
vermin, and we were assured it 18c Wash Goods,
they made good use of their op-; ite Mercerized Suitings, One Half. 5
portunity. j 5
There is not the least pretense! Or full particulars, SOS Circulars. 3
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8 lUliK LUiil IULiLL
In us and our line of
of drugs is necessary
to injure Natiafactu n.
We have always made
it a special point to
employ only the most
courteous and reliable
clerks who respect
your confidence and
try to please.
I Oar Complete Line
. , .
ger, oetier ana granoer man
ever before and all who attend
will not regret it afterwards.
We would like for the friends
of this paper to tell us the news
when they know anything of im
portance. Many omissions are
unintentional and it is impossible
to find out everything in the news
Miss Mollie Chandler of Co
lumbia, who has been here visit
ing Geo. Rhodes and family the
past week or so, departed (or
Kansas City Tuesday noon to
continue her visit.
. I will buy cream at my Pro
duce House on North 0th street
for the Iola Creamery Co. will
receive cream Tuesdays and Fri
days. A square dal guaranteed.
J. S. Nicuous.
Bub and Ralph Jones have
leased the Richardson hoe shop
and will conduct the business
hereafter. Will Richardson will
go to the farm for awhile.
Miss AHene Bensh-y enlertniu
ed a number of her friendsTues
day evening at euchre. Refresh
ments were served and all pre
sent report a good time.
C. Ia Phi for departed for Gir
ard. Kans. Monday noon on a
businvs trip. Bert Matteson
will have charge of Push Printing
House in his absence.
Miss Florence Trammell. of
Pittsburg, Kans., who has been
here visiting friends for the
past week, departed for her
home Monday noon.
Miss Mary Ferguson of Butler
f pent the fourth and the rot of
the week with her cousin, Miss
Ethel VanDyke and friends.
Mrs. A. C. Kuhn is in Indiana
llis, Ind., at the bedside of her
O; sister, who is reported in a ser
g j ious condition.
5 1 flmer Morirun detirn ted for
gjSon.erset, Utah Tuesday noon, $ III 5t YOJ Can DePJttJ L'P23
of any sanitary arrangements
about the building showing howj
impossible it is for the matron ;
to keep the house clean and the :
inmates healthy. In fact we;
found the poor house of Bates
county a disgrace to our county, '
a reproach to our citizens and a '
stanch to the nostrils of every!!;
man or woman with a spark of
fer we have made in this line.
. Having recently graduated
from the Dillenbeck School of
Oratory, I am prepared to teach
elocution and oratory. Will also
teach piano. Harriet Cole. 4t
Miss Ethel Jones of Tacoma,
Wash., arrived Monday on a visit
to W. A. Jones and family. She
will visit for three weeks or more
before returning. , 1
We wish to call the public's at
tention to the fact that the TiU
bCNEcan turn out job printing,
neat and cheap. Call and see
Otis Porter, wife and child, of
Verona, Kans., who have been
visiting relatives here, departed
for their home Monday noon.
Mr. Rpd Mrs. J. IL Stapleton,
of Drookiield, Mo., arrived Tues
day nton on a visit to relatives.
Jas. Pfit2 and wife were passengers-for
Pittsburg, Kans. on
Friday of last week.
Misses Blanche and Val Hyder
were here visiting Thursday and
Friday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanley
spent the 4th of July with rela
J. K. Martin was a posecnger
for joints in Iowa yesterday ,'on
Will McMurtry, of Kansas
City, was a fourth of July visitor
here. ' ,
Editor William', of the Met
Times, wa in town yesterday.
humanity in their breasts. AAaaaaaaiaaiaiiiAAAaAiAAaA tioiiuiiooiiAUiii.iii
In view of the arrangement j
and condition of the building we
think the matron is to be com
mended for the patience and care ,
she evidently gives the inmates.)
1 We recommend that the old ;
v.T,V to buy.
and worthless building be re- j
removed and a modern fire-proof!
structure of suitable material
and size be erected to take its
place. That it have steam heat,
a system of drainage and water-
works. That the furniture now
in the present building be de
stroyed and new provided. That 1
all the bedding on the premises:
be burned and new secured, i
We suggest the purchase ofblan- j
kets instead of quilts or comforts'
at all times. That iron beds be;
used exclusively. That all the
ues be repaired immediately. ',
That new privies be erected at
once to take the place of the eld
ones now in use.
We suggest that the court
abandon its farming arrange-,
inont now in use, put all the land ,
in grass, except such as may be
needed for vegetables to supply,
the institution. '
On the same date we visited
the County Jail We found j
it clean and well cared lor, ar.di
would renew our previous rec-
comendation that a wing b
erected on the east side of the
present building for a kitchen J
and 'dining room. Also some 1
change be made in the sewer j
outlet whereby the gasses from
the city sewer would not enter
Mks. J. R. Jknkins
C. B. McFaklanp.
Mus. A. M.'Wii,' n.
A. 11. Cri.v !::,
Fit an ic A. Cucn k:.;-,
Mus. FiAi:r.Ncr. At -rs. Sec.
y. . i u,, v 'r' Ki J
I A WATCH
speaks for itself. We
know what we have in
stock and can guaran
tee our goods. We
want your patronage.
Give us a call and ask
our accomodating and
polite clerks any tiling
you want to know in
I friends here.
H. G. Spraker left for New
Albany, Kas. M(nday noc.n, after
spending the Fourth with his
f -1 lr i 1 lt rtt
81 Carl Gench was a passenger
'on the early morning train yes
Iterday for Nevada, to hear the
! Kilties Band.
Miss Ida Yarber of Kansas
- I . ( ., 1(1.
with relatives and friends.
Thos. Johannes and Chas.
Price are spending a short vaca
tion in 1U Paso, Texa.
1 fconu iliinif cvtryono
itrttlx. To lavi contt
iti ihx lu a irut ttiii
pltx inckim tiioui y and
I line avi.
1'rtif raiigv from 0 to
Ai). tviv nur iiHi-til
liiirxalii of 11 ttinJ;irJ
tuovciia-iit lu a 'Jo year
olJ r-lled en, tor uuljf
J st th tiilr.g t Live staaliaj oa yoar mmtle or ia
any other convenient place. The clock stands 12 inches
high and is Itte-.i v,-.:h a guaranteed Aceric&a movement
thut wi'l run ) burs with one windir.g. The frame is
richly g li plated and will never Ur&ish. The ornamental
design of th'.s iH -c tuakes it one of the most bCauliful
articles of the kind 0:1 the market today.
WeLivecvrA'Uded to t ?er the above clk FRtE OF
CHAR(K as an inducement for tvery one to trale with
us a sufMcier.t logth of time to test our poods, prices acd
manner of d -'.ng buir.ess,ivling assured that every one
purchasing a suf.ii ier.c amount to secure one will Lecou:e
a periiianeiit cut rr.ej We have not increased prices
aad will n d .so. Wo give these away simply t keep
abreast of to ti:res, in advertising our business, knowing
full well that a p.wd customer is the best adertiexttt
we caa r-ecure. and after you have examined sample at our
btore, we are 00:: r.des.1 you will endorse our choice.
Oar Motto: "Always rolling the best pood at lowest
ps.sil;. price. "
This ci-vk gnca ab
I'-it'y frxvef charge, when your
lli. ut i...ui.'t pii.:epj;d fvr country produce.
Brtv.d B.-.. S. r ;t:-.d Spice B u, Fgg Cise,
RvU-tcr..r : 1 1 l"Ker i;.u a instead if desired.
While moving acruteof bana
nas from a freight ear at the Mo.
Puc. depot Monday, Robt. Mudd.
the day freight and exprcsin.in,
was bitten on th.earmby a spider
or tarantula and put out of com- j voCCcocccc;;ccc-;c;;c-ccc o-cccccoooo c-c-cc c cc ic c : ; 0 oc
mission for awhile. . H.s arm be-j
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thi n sfr.s'.-uib;: vou
Opera Druo Co.
An impromptu dance was giv
en ai ibe Flic Club Rom last Fli
rt A .
n m ii' 1 ... n n'.klllit II. rt I u
L.6.r.;:KC7,r!BSi h;tani.i,i..j. 5
Tei r-riioMt J.
Win. Burrows wus a passen-
o gvr for Nevada Tccsdny tuora-
Jeweler & Optician. 5
came swollen and he vas very j 5
sick for several hours. It is sup-j g
posed that the insect was a un.n-
tula a they have been found n
bunchcN of bauanas several times
Webter Jones and mother d?-
parWd for Collins, Mo. yesterday j g
noon, where they will hnei ie-
main for the sunniiT. Wet
wi!l i'.nish in th.c Academic course o
at the State I'niverMy nt.y r 1 o
FriemU and ubrihtf to thi
paper will con?r a Ivor upn ui
by otJciinj; iheir Ujt notice
tuinttd n thii ppr. Tb ca
h n ee fot U;m:vitvt wbr'.htr tbt
and b.as already t4l.cn
honors In. athletic.
F. G. Snuffer wss pasi.er.ger
for l'.hloiiulo bpii::s Tucsc'ay
Jov II od and wife ariicd
from Adrian ycsterdi n s v.
C. M.lwdy was a psct cr
The Kmis City Star cnJ Times
The Star ar.i Tiu.ci, rfpctt.r. tlie full twttty-four
tour' r.e $ t.-.ch Jjty ia thutctn issuej of tb prr
eca vietk, (utcshei ta rrular ubscritis kat
the ri.:e of i ter.ts rr week.
A rc'sj3pcr. The Str aaJTha TimfS hue ro
rival. No cthor put'ihrr futnhc til leader nit a
tt; iU c. y a:. J r iht Aociitcl 1 rts$ rerort, t-i
ics the :t.r ini lime. Tl.l aaou'4 rccommer: J
the fjjrr 1 1. I'. y to the frejttisiva c-erchit
ar.J firr. tr.
1 id:Mt lth the Stir arvi Ti.aa to the auUaib
tr l:ct r;cu-;):ijf 0:1 artival el tratc.
C;vi c:c a t.:L
t. p a n
police t't tcrrf , cr rcU
for iv-u:i City