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master minds of the ORIEN
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If work and at great expense,
to is the method used by the fair
est and most beautiful women of
Hundreds of American women
now use it have expressed their
delight and satisfaction.
This secret is easily? under
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will save you the expense of
creams, cosmetics, bleaches and
forever give you a beautiful com
plexion and free your skin from
pimples, bad color blackheads,
etc. It alone is worth to you
mauy times the price we ask you
to send for thi genuine diamond
ring of latest design.
We sell you this ring as one
6mall profit i.bove manufactur
ing cost. The price is less than
one hrJf what others charge. The
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dainty, shaped like a Belcher
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We mail you this beautiful
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The New York World
Items Gleaned From This Locslity
nd Sorted Out in Sizes.
"Willie Girard, of Kansas City,
is hero on a visit k friends.
Claude Weathers is here from
Pittsburg, Kan., on a visit to old
Irving Cheneweth and wife,
were passengers for Butler Sun
Claude Allen arrived home
from rieasanton, where he was
employed by the United Drug
Mrs. J. W. Jamison enter
tained a large crowd of friends
Saturday evening, at euchre
Refreshments were served.
L (( la RpokWi
The Thrlce-a-Week World expect
to be a better paper la 1S07 than
erer before. In the course of the
year the Isouea for the next great
Presidential campaign will be fore
shadowed, and everybody will wlah
to be Informed. The Thrice-a-Week
World, coining to yon every other
day, eerrea all the purpose of a
dally, and la far cheaper.
The news service of this paper Is
constantly being increased, and It
reports fully, accurately and prompt
ly every event of Importance any
where tn the world. Moreover, Its
political news Is Impartial, giving
you facts, not opinions and wishes.
It has full markets, splendid car
toons and interesting fiction by
Thk Turkic-a-week World's reg
ular subscription price is only f 1.00
per year, and this pars for 1jo pa
pers. We offer this unequalled news
paper and Thb Ru n Hill Tuiuunk
together for one yewfor fl.35.
The regular subscription price of
the two papers Is 12.00.
The Bell Telephone Co. does ft
better business now at tho Opera
Drug Co. than it did in the old
location. The service is much
better in many respects than it
has been for years.
The social by the ladies of the
Christian Church at the home of
Mrs. Geo. Templeton last Thurs
day, did not prove the financial
success as was expected. A
good program was rendered.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hedden
are the proud parents of a bounc
ing baby girL Dr. Hulett was
tho chaperon and all parties are
doing well, unless it is Gabe, who
is coming home as fast as possi
ble from "Wyoming.
Mrs. N. C. Neat and daughter,
Miss Nannie, of the Kieth neigh
borhood, have purchased the
Jos. Price property of the north
west part of town and made that
place their residence. We sitr
cerely hope we will not lose our
Keith items from our columns. A
Report all items of interest to
this office. They will bo apprc
dated and each item will make
the paper that much more inter
esting. We cannot get all the
news, but by your help we can
get the lion's share and that is
what we wish to do. We want
all the new& that's news.
Soius Uses for T.gg.
To clean vinegar and cruets,
crushed egg fhe'.l In a little
water aro r.s good as shot, be
sides being healthier and hand
To mend broken china, uso a
cement made by stirring plaster
of paris Into tho white of on egg.
An egg well beaten and added
to a tumbler of milk well sweet
ened, and two tablespoon fuls of
best wine, is excellent for feeble,
aged persons who can take little
For boils take tho skin of a
boiled egg, moisten it and apply.
It will draw off the matter and
relieve the soreness in a few
To cleanse tho hair and pro
mote its growth, rub the yolk of
an egg well into the scalp, and
rinso out well with warm water
To prevent the juice of fruit
pies from soaking into the bot
torn crust, wash the crust ever
with a beaten egg before putting
in the fruit. Rural World.
A Great Opportunity.
The Twiee-a-Weck Republic, of
St. Louis, has reduced its 6ub
scription price from $1 per year
to 50 cents. This is one of the
oldest and best scmlweekly
newspapers published in the
United States, and at the price
of r0 cents per year no one can
afford to be without it. For 50
cents you receive two big eight
page papers every week, 104 cop
ies a year, at less than one-half
cent per copy. Your friends
and neighbors will surely take
advantage of this opportunity
Dont fail to tell them all about it.
Send all orders to The Rcpub
ic, St. Louis, Mo.
Frisco Time Table.
No. 112, rasmenger 12.01 p. ra.
No. 114, Mixed 4.30 p. m.
No. 113, Mixed 0.3O a. m.
No. Ill, Passenger .3.30 p. m.
No. 112 connects at Linton with
dny trains for Texas and Oklahoma
No. Ill connects at l'leasanton
with fast trains for Texas and Ok-
lahoma points, and for Memphis
and the southeast; also with local
passenger for Kansas) City, arriving
at Kansas City 10.00 p. m.
O. II. Conqvib, Agt.
Missouri Pacific Time Card.
WOSTK UOt.NU. ST. LOUS AND Z. C.
No. 20 Leaves........ li:38p. ni.
No. 210 leaves V:40 p. in.
No. 20J leaves 4:11 a m.
mt mnM. rr. scott cestrai-
No. 4'J7 leaves...... 1:45 p. in.
No. 4oa Leaves...... ...6:W a. m.
No. 2K1 Arrives..... .8:35 a. in.
So. 207 Arrives.. 1:12 p. tu.
No. 205 Arrives 10:07 p.m.
KAST HOl'KD, rT. SOOTT CKNTBAL.
No. 408 Arrlvea... Lt5 p. in
No. 410 Arrive y;35 p. n.
It. A. Bailkv, Agt.
Meeting Dates of Courts.
Circuit court, inu la Butler 1st
Monday In February. May and
County co jrt meets 1st Monday la
February, May, August and No
Probate court meets 2nd Monday
In 1'ebruar y, May, August and No
First ."Presbyterian Church.
Sunda; School, 0:45 a. m.
Junior Endeavor, 3:00 p. m.
Christ ian Endeavor, 7.-00 p. m,
Praye r Meeting every Thura
day attr;00 p. m.
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GIVES QUICK RELIEF
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THE RIGHT REMEDY
FOR STOMACH TROUBLES
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DO YOU READ
HAND IN YOUR
, Beautiful Picture Free.
Farm Progress, a big monthly
agricultural paper devoted to the
interests of the American far
mer, bis home and industries', is
giving away free with every;
three-year subscription a beauti
ful fruit picture, size ?2x-Q inch-
, entitled "Natural Fruits."
This is a beautiful picture, in
six colors, and makes a hand
some dining room ornament
Send K) cents for a three-year
subscription or three one-year
subscriptions today. Address
all orders to Farm Progress, St.
The railroads west of the Miss
issippi river have made a low rate
for the Trans-Mississippi Com
mercial Congress. Business
men of the west interested in the
phenomenal growth of Oklahoma
and Indian Territory will be
enabled to observe the marvelous
development that is seen every
where in the new state under
the best possible conditions. The
Commercial Club at Muskogee
will take caro of everybody who
attends tho Commercial Con
gress, which convenes in that
city November 10 22,
$1.00 Per Year
! in Advance.
I Take Your Home Paper First
THEN 8UBSCMBU FOIl
The Kansas City Star and Times
g The Star and Times, reporting tbe full twenty-four
tours' news each day in thirteen issues or the. paper
each week, are furnished to regular subscribers (at
tbe rate of to cents per week.
As newspapers, The Star andThe Time$2baTeJno
rivals. No other publisher furnishes his reader with
the full dsy and night Associated Press reports, aa
das tie Star and Times. This should recetemead
the papers especially to the progressive merchant
I deliver both the Star and Times to the subscrib
er's door promptly on arrival of trains.
Give me a trial.
Newman Gossom, tt. B. Marsh, Distributors.
Married in Butler.
Arthur Urown acd Miss Stella
Sallce, both of tho Fairview
neiguucrhoou, were passengers
for Uutler Saturday noon, where
they were married the same day,
lioth are well known young peo
ple iu this vicinity. They will
no doubt reside on a fartn
near Butler. The. Tribune ex
tends its best wishes.
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Itupposits U. li. r-tent Oi.iue
WASHINGTON D. C.
Walnut Street M. E. Church.
Sunduy School at 0.45 a. m.
Junior League at 2:30 p. m. ;
Ep worth League at 7. -00 p. in
Prayer mooting on Thursday
evening at 8:00.
The public are cordially invit
ed to attend.
Our Clubbing Rates.
The Rich Hill Tribune and Daily Globe Democrat $5.oo
Tbe Tribune and St. Lotui Daily ftrpublic 6.oa
The Tribune and Daily Karuai Ciiy Jourual 4,00
The Tribune and Daily K. C. filar and Times 5.00 '
The Tribune and Twlce-a wetk Globe Democrat t.53
Tbe Tribune and Twice-a-wrrk Republic 1. 50
The Tribune and Weekly K. C. Journal . 1.00
The Tribune and Weekly K. C. Star 1. 00
The Tribune and Toledo Blade 1 .00
The Tribune and Farm & Firrtide 1.00 .,
The Tribune and Rev. lrl IKcks Word and Works 1.59
The Tribune and Woman I '-.uric Companion 1. 50
The Tribune and any $1.00 magazine in the U. S. 1.50
The Tnmi'Mi and Scientific American one year for $3.15.
The Tsibuns and the Scientitk American supplement for $5.00
The Tiubun. and both the above one year for $7.00.
We will gjvo our readers a
chance to read tho St. Louis Re
public, daily rural route edition,
and the Tuiiiunk one year fur
$1'0. It Is perhaps tho bct,t of
fer we have made iu this line.
J. l Thoiiu departed for Pet
tu Co. Saturday noon, ou a visit
IN THE TRIBUNE cots
results. Our advertisers will
tootify to tho accuracy of this
Btatomont, Got our rates.
Babj cribo for The TribO'E.