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in the city that we 3
are selling very 2
cheap. Come in and 3
E Sly Tcxr New Drm Kow.
Our Black Dress 2
department la com- 5
Voiles, Panan.3, Chiffon. 3
lorcnto, Siciiiion 5
and many other
fabrics that will
make fine skirts to
Ko with dainty waist
or in full suits.
Be sure and look at
I Our Line of Shoes I
before buyi&p. If 2
you have never 3
worn a White House . 3
Shoe, try them and
know what it is to
have vour feet com
Buster Brown Shoes
for the Boyi and Girls. A
American Beauty 3
Corsets will make
American Beauties M
of all the ladies th:;t
wear these corsets. I
S. L AMES,
PHOXE NO. 116.
Items Gleaned From This Locality
and Sorted Out in Sizes.
John Connelly was a passen
ger for Nevada Monday noon.
Mrs. Ed Cvk was a passenger
for Iola, Kaus., on a visit to her
Dr. Slater's dental office will
be closed hereafter on Monday
Mrs. Curry and children of
Pittsburg, Kan., are visiting II.
P. James and family.
Miss Frankiu Waller was a
passenger for Nevada yesterday
noon on a visit to relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Kim
brough are visiting their old
home ia Ulinon this week.
Ivor Williams was up from
Pittsburg the past few days, on
a visit to friends and relatives
Miss Clara Weeks and little
sister, Elizabeth, came down
frrnn Butier Tuesday to visit
Mra. C. A. Delamnter was an
arrival from Joplin yesterday
noon, where the has been visit
Itirf her daughter, Mrs. Bert
Tho 11 year old on of Mr. and
Mrs. J.N. Kern, of east of the
river, died Monday afternMn at
4 o'clock and was buried Tues
day afternoon in the Papinville
I will buy cream at my Pro
duce House on North Cthstrovt
for the Iola Creamery Co. will
receive cream Tuesdays and Fri
day. A square deal guaranteed.
J. S. Nichols.
Claude' Allen departed for
Plehsanton, Kaus., Saturday
afternoon, whero he has a posi
tion with the Opera Drug Co.
He will remain till the full term
of the medical school be gins.
C. C. McGianU.was iu town
yesterday uud departed fir Kim
Baa City on the noou train. He
eaya ho never aw the corn with
better prospects to yield in his
Ufa as it is at this time of year.
Misa Blanche Ilosserman, of
Scdalia, Mo., departed for her
home Sunday noou after a visit
to friends hero. She was accom
panied by her little a Liter, Kuth,
who has bvoa visitlrg at Fort
Momej to Loaa.
I hart a few thousand sollm
to loan cn easy terms on good
farm property.' '
II. P. Robinson.
Hie Young Men Iduleavorers
of the Christian Church have
.started the gymnasium in the
city hall and have it in good run
ning order. The rules of con
duct are strict, and only desira
ble young men will be allowed
membership. This will bo a
good place to spend their spare
time of evenings and give them a
chance to devclope which they
might not have otherwise.
Miss Ella Niswonger started
for Kanaas City Monday noon,
but failed to get her trunk on the
train and came back on the south
bound after reaching Ovid. She
then departed on the night train.
We will give our readers a
chance to raid the St. Louis Re
public, daily rural route edition,
and the Tiubune one year for
$2.50. It is perhaps the best of
fer we have made in this line.
It is reported the Birch show
which failed to show up in Rich
Hill a week or so ago will fill a
date here in the near future.
They became stranded in Paola,
Lans., but have reorganized.
The Board of Trade held a
meeting Monday night but noth
ing definite was decided upon.
ine boards regular meeting
night is on Wednesday.
The 17-year old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Iliner died
at their home on the east side
Sunday of tuberculosis. The re
mains were taken to Corney,
Kans., for burial.
The condition of Rev. Perry
Long is said to be improved,
lie is still helpless, yet his many
friends have hopes for his recov
ery. We wish to call the public's at
tention to the fact that the Tui
liCNEcan turn out job printing,
neat and cheap. Call and see
J. D. Moore has some bar
gains to offer in real estate in
another column which is worth
your while to read.
We have about 10 piano and or
gan boxes for sale. Piano boxes
$2.00 each. Wheeler Music
Miss Maggio Flammatg de
parted for Nevada Monday noon,
on a short visit.
We will give you tlm Tj;iiil-ne
and McCall'a magasino 1 year
If you 'receive a copy of this
paper, take the iiint and sub
scribe. Hatnp Steele was a passenger
for Kansas City Monday nxui.
f Summer Complaint. -I
1 The best we can get, jjj
the best jou can get, 2
if you want a OoJ
25 and 50c
per bottle. g
Opera Druo Co.
- - - "
We indorse the sentiment of
Die county press in building a
more substantial cout.ty farm
building and giving it tli immc
of "County Infirmary." Oar
Ioor should be provided for kh
an evidence of our Immunity, but
Bates County people are? r.d
slow to aid those in need and this
(All will not likely be in vnin.
The Opera Drug Co. l ave re
ceived 133 new books for the cir
culating library, which haa been
organized the past two weeks.
The plan is the one of the best
ever offered here, as no extra
charge is made for exchange and
one dollar entitles a person to
membership for two years.
Frank KiJtz has removed the
brick sidewalk from the east side
of his property on 5th and Tine
streets and replaced it with a
concrete walk. John White did
the work, which shows for it
self whether it is all right or not.
Tlie Albert Wiek dwelling has
been improved in fine shaDe.
The furnace and extra rooms, to
gether with the entire house
being raised, make it one of the
best residences in town,
t crowd of young folks spent
Thursday evening at the Cobb
home in the extreme southwest
part of town. Everyone present
report a most delightful time.
Miss Bessie Ashley, of Yates
Center, Kan., who has been here
visiting her cousin, Miss Isabel
Ashley, departed for her home
Mrs. W. L. Whitney and daugh
ter, Miss Mable, and son, Paul,
departed yesterday noon for
Chicago, on a visit to relatives
J. . Uaker was a visitor at
Butler Sunday afternoon
Simon Loeb departed for Fay
ette yesterday noon.
A Rule of Three.
Three things to govern tem
per, tongue and conduct.
Three things to cultivate
couurage, affection and gentle
ness. Three things to commend
thrift, industry and promptness.
Three things to despise cru
elty, arrogance and ingratitude.
Three things to wish for
health, friends and contentment.
Three things to admire dig
nity, gracefulness and intellec
Three things to irive alms to
the needy, comfort to the sad
and appreciation to the worthy.
ITew Literary Club.
The New Literary Club for
standard publications is made
up, and the txxiks placed in the
hands of the Opera Drug Co.,
who will receive new members
will receive new members and
add new books to the popular
list already oa hand. Only $1.00
for two years.
Notice to Rich Hill Burial Asm.
On account of the death of
Helen Phillips on July 17th, UV7,
Assessment No. ii) is now due
and must be paid by the 1Mb of
II. J. Booth, Secy.
U out f order. You o to UtJ In
a bad humor and get up with r bad
tfite In your mouth. You want
something to stimulate your liver.
Jut try HerMne, the llverrvgulaior.
.V poMtlve nire for Constipation,
UyKppsln and nil liver romplatiitti,
Mr. K . Ft. Worth. Texas, write:
"Have lined llerblue In my family
lor year. vtoros cant ftprvssj
hat i think nl.out It i:v, r Inxlr j
In my houwhul.l nre happy Mud well
su l we owe It to Heroine." Sold
by Opera Uruu tore
If yon ic ii surst to the Tni
vvst plcse Csll and py up. ,
nuu.l'cr of rrsJrrt aie behind rv
rtsl esti slid we n".uO on
!tlcij)rllt. Ptiil'l Wit (r Stste-
uiri.t t.i be nmle I Ui u Look
st the dsie on ) nur paper niid jou
csit soon tell how much Von owe.
Come nd ce ui or enJ check cr
pottnics moncv otJcr, wiih s r
nesI of )0ur nit ;i j-HO'i, snd
M! 'iUn Nihwanili i,f l:i,x Hs.'l,
visited In our burg sevi r.il day s lat
Ml Nellie Cole run n returned to
Rich HU1 Knturdoy ufn r vhdtlnij a
week st J. M. WIi.-atl.-yV
Fine rains the psst week which
will benefit all kind of regltatlon as
well n tunke roasting turn.
Three, of our good fcunday k1j,.1
boya went fishing the other "day"
nd caught a Adc mess of 15-b.
Mis Mary Wilson, daughter of J.
K. Wilson, U vle'tlng the MUw-i
Umstead of Ft Scott, Kansas.
Jam Dell, Jr., paw-d through
here with a fin hunch of fat cattle
about two carload In all. Suppose
be 'II ship to some luarket.
Aujrust Hooper returned to Fcd
sotn, Kan. Sunday. As there Is talk
of a strike, he thought be would
strike back to mama and Hate Co.
for a few days.
That annual rpell of malaria which
caught us the past wrk but ha
Just about been downed with the
be!p of quIniDe.
Some of the Elmro.1 must have
been born hungry for frwti meat or
wanted to praclle up on hootlDy.
They werv hnutinr rabbits Wednes
day afternoon with the mercury -up
to 100 In the nbade.
Mr. and Mr. J. M. Wheatley and
son. Glen, iu Tinitlnj n-latires In the
north part of l'.attn left Tuesday ex
pecting to return Saturday. The '
boys at horae say tby will Lave1
fried chicken everyday ma Ik gone.
J. A. Borron I prettinsc ready for a '
trip to Wyoming to vjhit hiit on,
wlil, Lee and (il.'n Hethlnk he
will le fjone about a month, a Ual
U jrolng along. They are such good
flihermen t Ucy will stay some time,
is onr guess, and feast on mountain
Klatlve from here attended the
funeral of Mrs. Clara Wbeatley, wife
of Ja. Wbeatley. last Wednesday.
Deoenoed was a mom estimable wo
man, ebe wara!iednear Web Hill,
her maiden name telng Clara Cain.
She leaves her husband, three daugh
ters, four ons and four brothers,
all of whom were with her during
hcrlotfew weeks of elckue. ex
cept aer brother Larris, who lives
BV 1CXTKV COl!..
John Lowery was In town Friday
buying a new buggy.
Mr. and Mrs Mason H.M.;- wore
vltiitiug with. Mr. and Mr. B.iiUy
Mr Francis Kerns bus Ix-ea on'the
sick llit the jat week, liut Is report
Mr. I'earl Boinar lost one of his
young hurttii with thedltem(er one
day !st week.
Mr. ud Mrs. Bailey, Mr. and Mr.
KJng and Sirs. vieo. Winvingvr spent
the day with Mr. nd Mr. t.'h.i.
Mls F.rma Lowry went to Birton
Co Friday, where the exp-cts to
sud two v,M-ks visiting witU
friends and rslatlves
Mrs. lvis, fnimths lle.i..-iut lisp
neighborhood, rAine down I'rld.iv
nl((ht to see her little grandson K.ley
Kerns, who has Uvu !ck for souie
time and Is notripevted t live.
Among the r-'
gains for the
la I r vex
S of the nenet and h.U-l de-Ign
In solid or rolled sold The
line Is complete mtd prhvs are
from SoV to $U OO.
f il kinds anJ grades rausSng
In prh-e from ;i.V up.
,5 till you can't which looks tie-
Isst. l.lld gol.l kiiirts, t I
eud band rltiji lu uux ri.v
J, Y!st es,
$ swc!I mi I u 1 1 m :i ' I k 1 , I t a Cue
line to 'lvt frvSni Mot
them ere signets. e c.J j;ive
J; yo w hat you wa'.it
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I The Great Clearing Sale r;ow On
T"T 1.1. tl ,, 1
l.0 Lades' 10 bctV,n Silk
colors, black and wbito.
tl.00 Ladies' 10 and 12 button
b'ack acd wh;t. Daricg
6 doz. Ladles' black ac4 white lac iritis, Icr.g as.d
regular kr.gths, you H Lave to Lrry to g-a
pair cf them, for
75c and 50c Belts, 15c.
We Lave made cr.e b'g i .t of Ladles V.-c irA
Belts and offer tLei durlcg this great clear
Call and see
Large 4 -room house, one
lot, good east side location,
Nice home in northwest
part of city,
One of the best UVD acre
farms ia Bates County, well
S50 per acre.
Farms of m") acres and cp
at right prices.
J. D. MOORE
RICH HILL. 310.
The rain S.it ird.iy and Sunday
a jvict 11 riibt Soinessy enotigU
aad others .iy t;t enough, but
titiuk they ought to W .-Ul:ied w itU
what they can get w hea tle corn
was looking so thlr.-iy. -
M!s iira Foster w ; l:tiug wiih
h'-r coijuia. Mi Maud I.ijv. i4 Cof-f-yt(iie,
Ksn . Tutd.y, w ho Is bee
visiting her Aunt. Mr. Cha. Ken
ne!y and oth.r n lativ.s.
j Mrs. lieo. l'tKhorw rntertatavd at
. ' h-r home a muuU-r tf frU-1s anl
! rvlatlvrs Sati-.rd.iy eieiig.
beprt-iitrttie 1 M. nir'rVth.
Hrv-tilt Judgv C. A. lv-ntou.
lrx!iate Ju. -J. A.Mier.
Mr'.rr C F tVsrd.
Circuit Clerk 1. T. Fn.tr-.
County CU-fk C. li. Uixk
llecoMer I. I. S.-iiUh.
Treasim r W. 11. It :!.
J"rt. Atty W p. luou.
S. 'iool i.;u A. I. Ir.
(tirveor 1". It r.rr.i
Admi'.ttratvr J t:. li.t p.
CviNith-r F. Iltiiirfc.
Frvfri.iuig Jud,;? J F-Iiar-r.
As,fciate " V. Ii ll.:e.
' F.tes Muilh.
was.ti i.tn who. t!s l all d
ittxhi.d t!.o hl'1-t bosior
C- n I g. t l 1 t;.. I t.l-.-d ."Tt-s I
I ;r.i s n ert tii-m 1 rii; L.i ti -,Oi.
el a I i.i'v t.- .-r . I..::, 1 t y ;.v
1 osh, r l.lvi r un-lif ll iv , ;,-v -.:(
lor tnii, ,-, d. i, 1.,-oi.v hit;. F.siii.
iit nitd 1 1.' i inry ,1..,.
Lrry i.totii. r :.,... :.J rv :, .-, j
w i'.a ti.s w .j.i,-. f. 1 co.ua tf ;
Soi 1 ly Ojyis if t--rv
l t :. i.-k
. - i .1 o j.
urcatcst Bargain At- 3
Rich Hill. t
trA Li Clove,
Silk Glovz. ec'-rs,
this great c'eariice
CLAIM AN CLO SLAVE'S CASK.
Depot t cf iOO in 123 Has
C 'evm to HJM.
Cs cf the eoxjfa't-i ciws
rn record la tie rcoTry cf "d-vaf
ficds Sa siTicrs bssks U bf-irj iares
tiated by WCaaa P. Hamilton. Jr.
sad Albert J. Crafe. Us-yers. who
re trjlcj to d.'Tli $( V.i t ie tawsj
12 hucrry heirs. tint New Tcrk
Stepbea Skeer. or Scarr. srfco vaa
bora a a'ar to ETktoa. Si 3, cax to
ttis city !n J:j zl tb t'AUvrizg
year depoclts-d J400 la th Cfcaaibr
laiffi Street tack, bow ti Pack far
Sarlcpi. at Fourth aeeco an! Tea
ty seccod strt. Assast. 151. te drew
Tk back was stl to al anr cf
the hein. In 1901 Oorjn A. Sortie
twk ho'.i of tlte eas. H tjvai two
fct-lrt. Jotn Anirew S"erti kr cf
6'0 TUrd areuue, aal J.vka A!ri
Soarr of t: n::h areuu-. Uroukiya.
cd ttl ttem rpo'icte.l adsliiatra
tors cf the es'ate.
Charks C. Hi.'rlae. who w-,
attorney cf r-crs! for the a ! tr
tors. receired IK5 frr f t r--rice.
Afrer lii dfath t a !irtd by
W;;::arc and Caljwii, Usye:,. who
Tie a other h!-s t-a-B?y turned
up. Tfcy wct to Lawyer G.tu.'(
a.id aied him to f,t the wh.: ac
coact reaij jsted. V;i La?er ilia
Utoa he 6:ed ol -U'.c ta the ac
count la the sum-rate c:ce aad t.d-
afd O V.l,iulrr cf HI I'r-jw.r
waa ch-stn rc.'ire. a hvitiij wi;l
eon.e t? aoca. W!:i fgs.J ij..r.
est cf 74 year the aaioua: wou:j l
Scarr a::e;cs that t lt cot 11
hat Is 4 if, and wis a (i;h- hir
tat lcd a cUim ia lawyer (Ust-
ORiciN or TWO CUJTOMi.
h p ttfX It cf fsaa aoifks
-firisj of (aixttv
tf f;r yrcr vr: ;. r h
tiie a trra; t f 5 ri j. i:, tfMila
a bvj:Ce it chBir-aiE vwr rh.
f-f 4 at she tl:Jes !st nt'.ft
for h. r C.-t a, ; .nj.-tsi,-a'.K't
th orliia acj tu.ftv-i.-e t.t ih
UarAMti fUJSu.ra ct.a. r r tbey
tot fr o r-r u -, sh b...t'.:
crh tai th fosaiscj V-aX et tin
-' 4 f th
It it a arjval cf a tir baric eusieai
.ra sacrifices wer mi to t. g .i,
d o:!;e llia t;ct;m cr ii5e,-.c was
held u; aa.1 its threat ct o tt sb
tlood Bo-4 oier iht prow (.d th fcip
belt, launched. Tts xmI a4 hip
V.iti la warta Now a;
la cr fur ster Is oed. and t:
chai hs nasy altatiit, tiyil
ths sruVi.a reaisms
Tier U aaortur curious c-uom
aN-ard V-i r tt It tntercssiui !a ti
T U fea iws haavd i!.ja t,
s Lea a d-a!sar tits a
j try it ci.iciect that h h';. evtcrs
J-'ft a .Ttual salute 1 C.-vd at'a ; ;oal
j cf eSi-o;ne. This cu'-ta it ol nerve 1
a.;-. tea tl t twt ire 1 tim
cv-rr-t thins for a ivrt to r.r s:
jto thvw ths iit!t ttracyer thit in
eitljc aai auitou.is-s j-Ucd
I c-r.5.!cc la feu faeni::a..-4 t. it
jw tv t ciscsier4 CK- rv tj krt
A )th nan LsJd. as a.l ih w was
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