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Evt-iy txprr'S nd f r-i jj Vi t tinin Ii r i n t; us cnsrH and juuk-ii
of merchandise, ihc renili of our Mr. II Ltb' ll'.rtre w rtk pur.
chitMng trip in the N-w Ymk rnsikt-i. At no tune since wr
atartrd in huaintgt huve f Iim.tit mcii.h.ni!i-r at .ich tsrmly
luw piiri-i. Timra hi r l.n'id hi the K:v., n)ruiiii f" ' "ir.
mocked nd Smlly in iw d of nrmt-y. II.iv.ii; .p-t ca'h to pav
for our puichasts iul outing in l.irc quantiti', we me t nai !m!
to good for lc money lli.m t'u the e'trti j Unr. :id iiw
Seqtirntty for than any compttitor pi) f f '':
material. We gusr.oi'te to m.ike your ilclljr u f.othtr a'li e;;ve
you more for your mrniy than uy s'ore in t! i ptot of the cum.
try, wlitther it be in Dry Goods, Cktliire, FurniMiiri;-, Ctp.
Keady-made Suit, Skirt, Vts or any ot'ier line t'nat e hamiU-.
Do not make your pur(.hne before iuvesti.;:t;pg our tiaiu'5. (oi it
will he money in your pocket to le nn our prices.
Trie most recent arrival U pi consignment of 3-10 i';.n.-.in.t ;iu i
Viole Skirtf the entiie tample line .v'vcli Mr, Lieb Ixjuhi from
-one manufacturer at let. thin 50 idii-i on t!ie dollar.
Thene elegantly trimmrd kirt ate worth fro.ii 10.00 to 15.00
Your choice, while they !t G-90
Panama Skiits in Black, blue nnd brown, n!I tailored in the latest
style worth tj. 50 to $10.00 .'. 4-98
We are in receipt of 10 dozen, due l.ice v:dM both white end
ecru, which we will sell for less aoii"v thn fie maleiial in tl.tm
cost. The price ire very attractive.
Call at our atore a often as convenient for we are placing
especially good baigians- on our courier every day. Lots which
are closed out Mill be rcplacej by uHl more attractive I jucains.
Hart Shaffoer &
Q-itirn t Quality
l!::rt n a Hu r viy.
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driving a t- "
con,', f tit C'.rri ..' - -
d;y pflf i n'.'.r; a'.'-'ii ' o'-.k
when l!" t ' ' ' t.' 1 1- ' !-
IJ: J So;,;) 1 1 r; ,1 : :
'ah'oii run ti;i "M ' ' :.
Tiny If II Wi'.-it, t-TI iV-' i.l'.vl
irt i th! Ji.mW. . fJi
caiioht "II 1.1 treO, tho
t(-;itn i'n.i thro J.'i. .Innllfy
fount ot.u'i' c, l-i! landing 011 his
ht-ad and sh-i,;M.'r.H.
in u' h-r .;. (i'nrattl,
collnr lio'io S.ro'fi ii :i!.d lit? as
h.nily I rui 'd Jihont t!i- bead.
Tho injiitcd v.r-n was t.iketi to
t'.iu Louie of (..'has. lii aloy and
it;ju!i-s (ln'.sod. He was
n.t danponMly hurt.
It is ahtiost n.iracu'o'js
was nit killed
The Dcg Case
7m ci rcc i t ou rt d ocided Tups
day that ;K:op!-.' ;:;ut pay their
V.Vs. S:iiio-!oy, of this city,
was arrested recently for not
p i.viny: his do t3x. W. O. Jack
son, of Butler defended him and
city attorney J. K. Hales acted
for the city. The city won the
cr..se Mayor's court and the at
torney for the defendant
fcuedout a writ of habeas corpus
iu the circ uit court. The circuit
j-jdfre sciit o-isc back to the
city court Ta.s('ar.
Uy this decision the city of
Ilich lliil has a rijht to collect
d-ij; tax in the city limits, and
t!ie law is beititr enforced to the
letter. City a'toriuy Hales, in
this case, von ad?cion that will
settle a nutnber of diiSeuIties in
I't ter Kii!2 wan a IJutier visi
J. N. Harrow van a 13at!er
For Kale: Trap Drotn rtslft
and will teach put chaser how to
play. liert InsUy. 2t
J. Erie Klotlea, of Kan?a City
lvana, i visitin her parents,
A. K. VanV'cKrhi and wife.
I'aul De!a meter and Herly!
Voun; pt:nt K.veral days in
ICanas City thi. city.
The W. C. T. U. will meet with
Mrs. J. II. William , on W'egt
Walnut street Friday afternoon
Miss Saloma Stott and Mrs.
Pereza King, of Pao'.a, are visit
in?; in this city, the guests of J.
T. I'richard and family.
The district conference of the
M. fl church will be held in this
city about Dec- the first. Watch
S for program and dates later.
Henry Sheppard, Cecil Chev
erton and Claud Crown are
camping at Halley's bluffs this
The Coie.sMcKibben Merc.
Company is pu.tir. new sholv
iu' in the cat section of their
bi j store ar.d are nunir.R their
shoe uepartmeiit. This rroitly
adds tot!i; convenience of this
wit if it rmrFs
r 1 t- ? - j .. f 1- 1
riYi Art Cr' r-rf3
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Circus-MenagcrifHippodromo Wild Vczi
ICa-STARTLUJO, CUPEHD, SEMSATIG.'IAL A!;D
8TUPEHD0U3 SUHPCISES-100 Vr -jJr 83-CiJAH-
20-C.:A!.!P!Q!! flCEOBATS PEnFGR!!.S ff.
AT Ci:SE-20 fr 10 C!!AUF!Q:i ecues$
fc:ls c? c:ie uOTiizn at tcs
LGU3 AGTS AT CJ.E TIKE 23
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A Dane! cf Sioux Warricri
by Spcaal Pcnrca ci V .,.
r- 'a E-r tf V..!V;i:t 1.1
AdmiBmon; Adults 50 Cento, Ulnidrou r'o Cents.
ij a t - J
fccv!n? in lh
i Vjfi'c ll&rch,
iShcrncf a lrC30
j Stammering ZJj.t
; jr.crs-!CiSO A. 11.
i Frc: Lxh:lliion c:i
jShvxj Let 0.1 rtfV
vJ cf PtnJe.10
Acres cf Waterproof
j Tents-Ccms, Hcin or
"Afternoon t-iJ Night
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Frank Wilson returned from
Kansas City Tuesday where be
had spent the summer and will
attend High School here this
Frank Kiltz and Wb. Pontius
were Adrian visitors Monday.
They will operate an Electric
theatre there during the fair.
W. G. Myerly went to Chand
ler, Okla., for a short visit with
relatives there. Mrs. Myerly
who had been visiting there ac
companied him home.
liev. llargrove is attending the
Annual Conference of the M. E.
Church, South at Warrensburg,
Mrs. A. E. Jones and son
Webb, of Columbia, who had been
visiting relatives in this city,
left Wednesday for Windsor,
where they will visit on their
way to Columbia-
D. O. Bradley, who was injur
ed in the runaway Monday, was
Ukt-u to his home near Papins-
vi'.ie )esterday and word was re-1 Craig c
ceivt d here Tuesday that he is Long If
improving as rapidly as could bejW. Ferrel p
All tho low cut
shoes to go this
4 00 O'on? 4 irt
3 50 Oi',r:,' 1.-1
3,j"3 Oa!ufd 2.00
All new styles in
Black pr Brown
Remember - The
life's walk easy-
Archie Won Series.
Wfciti Sqz Lest Fifth Ziu cf ti
Series 6 ta 2.
TbeRichlliU White Sox lo&t
the fifth and deciding game of
the series of five to the Archie
Grays at Butler Sunday, 6 to 2.
Each torn had won two games
and it had been decided to p'.ay
the "rubber" game on neutral
grounds, so Butler was chosen.
Cicb U:il 2. FIr.t be t3 encrs
Archie 9. Illch H;:i 2. Struck est
by Ferrel 10, Patersa 3. Do-b?
play. Law'. n t-j H "ie. II t by
pi'cher, Craig. Slo-ea taj$e,&u
pies . Cir.no3, Wietr 2, Patter
Uxplre K-sjzU ar.d Wlsil.
Kc-bbers broke it. to the Garri
son akc-n, tx-rner C'.h. and Park,
Monday 'r.:ht ai K-cjrei rOc
and a couple of glos.. of whis-
The White Sox were bad'y ! key from the salo-.-n and Ic axd a
Sunday and their fielding was
poor, Ferrell pitched a good
game and Archie won on errors.
The batting of Sproul and Kelso
was a feature of the game.
boiled ham from the lanch
counter in the rear. No clue waa
This is the second robbery of
this kind withia a wek, and it is
cn'y a question of time ur.til
business men organize as i ma.ka
C. FerreU 1st
Sproul s s
A PO Ej'1 ratr unhtaithful here for
0 9 4 these robber.
Mr. Monroe Stone living in the
West part of town left on the
morning train Sunday, forSome
point in Colorado.
Harrison Bradley and sinter
Miss Mable of Altoona, Kansis,
arrived Thursday on a visit to
Borren, tho little
son of Arthur Borren, of Kansas
City, came in ou the noon train
Siturday on short visit to his
Grandpa Borron and other rela
tives. Mt'KsrB Geo. Alma, Frank Pulk,
Gcsx Hereford, Stagnor and an
otlior party, whose nam" we did
not l'-urn, went to the river fish
ing Saturday ni-ht. Did they
g-t any bites? Well yes by the
mosquito. They c-aught only
Dr. and Mrs. II. D. Olson re
turned Tuesday from a ten days
outing. They went from here to
St I. mis; tk steamer from
there to Burlington, Iowa; back
to t,aiucy by lxat. and then to
Kansas City by rail. They re
port a mu.st enjoyable outirg.
Mr. .Tames Hupton f Albia Itv
was in Keith 11 week visiting
at J. K. Wilson's and vn a busi
ness mission, purchasirg n iv)
a cry f.irtu from Mrs. Susan liob
iusou at Keavley. Mrs. R. will
1 avo in a few days for jnuuts iu
Iowa jtnd tlien t New York
where fcho will make her home.
George. Temp'etin entertained
sewrsl f his friend? at hi htne
on tho south si.le Tueda ev-n.
ir.g in a tr.o-t delightful manner.
Tho-o pteett: Ce il Clieves Ua
Arthur Cl.eeib. G. T. Beatty,
Ii:j Walters Crl Schwaruh,
Cork 8 S
Benson r f
Kooger 1 f
Lawson c f
1 1 A barn at the resid-.r.ce of AI
0;fred P.ckttt, I: a acd L.; lir ws
0: destroyed, MvJi.lay aftercvn ly
1 j fire. T..e ire department arriv
o'eJ ta tie tv save the surroaci
loiicg, tuhdiegs althcush the
j Pickett tarn was a rr.a.s cf
fiimes when the il retain arrived.
J. D. Mo. re's barn list acres
the alley caught fire s-everal
jtiuies but a stream of water o a
8t ippvd tiive firs.
The barn was insured
We invite jt a to and ia
;vct our Hue of beautif ul Pattern
j Hats, hi.5i will have or dij
i p!iy in our uiiil.nery pirlor otso
d orSv"i5h iif Ootuiueri! Stato
Two base hits, Watvr.ew, Cck j Bck on Wednesday and Ti urs
2, Pitcher, First base on ball, day, Sept. iar.d 10 twin 'J CO A.
Ferrell. Ifl on bases, Arehio 9 M. U y.'.V P. M. "
Sctre by Innings.
Rich Hill 00020000 0-2
Archie 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 2 0-0
run n "jrifi s
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Of Southern Texas.
Wherit i rabidly sef.lir.g u; w.th a g i
class of Northern and Fstern 'p1-'; 43 in. of
rain fall ht nuaiij ; never ever l'.V i-vrttv i't
tttniuer; ni t;o iu winter; wt.-: -invm
tltra 11 months ia the jt-ar, at d wt.ee
can grw 2 r i crop eaeU j r -u ll.e u.o
Judge C.ev Tom ten of K .h 11 1! has j-at
tHtre f rtvn there va a tiii n f t.uotigitioa f
this land for soiue to w'l.itn I hue s !!. Se lu;n.
H tin" nt Ti ii!jv1t A tl iVn ..!,-. U.v ! tl..:. .r itf u. ..!
n.i uttUe. ul t thi. i.i hi itn.I m '. t i ,u t r i::.'. r.
1 kiiatl-ia iimI oMtKl hiti or luv tu:cut,
i Allen, Hie hr.J Wzx ALYi:n, Uo.
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fV W.itS U'i f-.-rttier I'-artk-i;'
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