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Our clothes on a man as
soon as you sec them.
Whenever you meet
Clothes you arc impressed
with the distinction of style,
the elegance of finish, the
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! j Such clothes as these are
A I j practically unknown elsewhere
; ! ready-made. They are the
highest type of fine garments
and we sell them Any man
who wants to be and to
look exceptionally well dress
ed ought to come here for
-vv mis store sens tnem ex
Wc also show the most complete stock of ready-to-wear
garments for LADIES AND MISSES. It
will be a pleasure for us to
show you our immense stock
of up-to-date makes.
Only the large city stores can
Equal our display.
The prices are far
below what this kind
of merchandise !ordin
arily sells for.
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Loeb & Brother
IIORSHUM SMOtS S
Sole Agents MWKUUN SHIRTS.
Atty. J. R. Miles was in Butler
Tuesday attending circuit court.
Editor Wiseman, of thy Enter
prise, wai in Butler Tuesday.
A freight wreck ht Little Bluo
Monday nipht delayed the 9:4n"
passenger train until ?! 00 o'clock
Tuesday moi niiig.
Quite a number from here are
attending the State Fair at
Sedalia this week.
Leo Loeb returned this week
from a two week a iit at Fayette
Peter IVarxm and wife and
Mark Pearson left yesterday fur
& visit at lMlshurg, Kansas, and
Miss Inez Liudermilk, of Kan
aa City is visiting in this city
tho guest of Miss Harriet Cole.
D. It. lliekey, is in Chnnule
Kansas, this week
Carl Kwamh left yesterday for
Columbia, where he has accepted
tho foremanship on the Columhin
Tribune. The Tribune joins his
many friends in wishing him
Win. Muddand wife, attended
tho Carnival at Kansas City.
Joo Anderson was in Kansas
Seymour Williamson is taking
in the State Fair at Sedalia.
U. S. G. 1'nuv 11 is attending
the United Brothern Slate Con
ferenco now being held in Adrian.
Dudley Bradley and family, of
near Papinvillo, have moved to
Kith Hill and live in the A. C.
Teft property. Mr. I trad ley
was recently hurt in a runaway
on Park Avenuo tut ha recover-cJ,
v-Gournor Doclery Here.
ExGovernor Dockery will apeak
heroSaturday afternoon at 2.00
o'clock under tho direction of
the Democratic committee.
..Gov. Dockery is one of the
best known Missouriaas and will
doubtless have a good audience
To show how unsophisticated
omeof tho citizens of Batesare,
the Kich Hill Tribune relates: A
train was standing on the track
at the water tank in Duller Sin
day and the electric alarm was
wildly clinging its warning at
tho crossing when one fellow sit
ting behind the writer asked his
acatmato what the bell was for.
Tim other fellow expUincd that
it rnnij once for eory gallon of
water put in tho engine and said
that tho railroad kept count of
how much water they used by
means of tho bell. Kansas City
Tho Star is mistaken here.
The men we heard talking rode
the train into tho county and
were still on when tho train left
the county and so do not belong
Those knowing themselves in
debtei to the Tribune on sub
scriplion are requested lo call
Professor Stricken z"71"1'!
Don't forget that "Advertising
City Clerk Ed Jones was in
Chas. Beasley was a Duller
in the Hh Sch.-
Cowherd's defense in the elect
ion frauds is that thero was
ensiled work in behalf of all the
candidates. Kather a poor ci
cuse. The Democrats of tho
seventy-live counties that went
for Hall do not feci under ob
ligations to support Cowherd,
and we predict a wholesale
scratching on tho Democratic
11. Corbin, of Hume, was inlr'i,'f. I'"f- r!l
Kich Hill Tuesday.
Wm. Ysts of Metz, was in
Mich Hill Tuesday.
Richard Dlue, of Nevada, wms '
in this city Tuesday.
Chas. Wilkinson is now in
charge of the Cheap Store.
James Shockoy of east, of tl.r
river was a carnival visitor at
Arch 'Falor attended the
Priests of Pallas parade in Kan
sas City Tuesday.
Quite a number of Butler
Democrats heard J. I. Shepard
speak here Saturday night.
Quite a number from here at
tended the unveiling of the W. O.
W. monument in Butler Sunday.
'it.' a r i"ii
I 'J'ui mI iy rr;or
. 'a'J! r tSuy-
ien was siid'Ien!., slii.i :i with
Bppoplexy I. is been ur,(;
fccious a''-.'i-t !i U ,; tii; Nif.c1
find is in a critic: j r. !;,!: i'-n.
The irri it-gl f.! th. it'f-k
the I'rofesvi.r comp'wi' d of a
headiieh'.? u:id thai hi ve hurt
him but went on wit'i his usual
A carriage was immerji 4tei
cil-d and li' was taken to his
home fin the south f-ido where
medical aid was at or.ee frhx n
Prof. Chas. Vanl'enthu.rseii i
(me of the best knwn 'duct.urs
in Bates coiicty and h :s a host
of friends who wish him a speedy
Prof. Clias. Fleming, superin
tendant of schools of Shelby
county, Illinois, is in the city
visiting Jacob Maurer and family.
Mrs. Chas. Dugan and Miss
ping in Rich Hill Tuesday.
The Farmers and Manufactur
ers Bank offers a prize of $10.00
incashf r the best ten ears of
corn raised in Bates or Vernon
r'mintinc toft ttm K rt W fV.
May Leigh of Metz, were shop- j . . n. , .
There is a prcat deal vf fine corn
for IOCS has bf -tin.
We are in that busi
ntis nif'ut liiid all we
vrant is a chance to
If you vTQLt a CLOAK
FUR. or FALL SKIRT
Our Stcre is the one
that will save jcu dollars.
Every pries and color
No Last Ycar'
t here and All New.
i Come early and see the display on
j: ground floor. No steps to climb.
S. E. Wilkinson's household ! in this country and this contest
goods were moved to Caney, j wil! be oi interest.
Kansas. Monday. Mr. Wilkin-', , .. . , , ,.
son has started a store at that i ChNsliaa I ndtavor f rS.TeU NfltiCC
Orville Standsbury, of Parties-! Joplin, October -21'2j. That's
ville, Okhv, is visiting in this j t5'p time and place for the Slate
city with his grandmother, Mrs. Convention of the Christ;an En
Dan'l Kiuman, of the east side, j lvavor. Are you goin tn be
1 there? Plan to have your society
Trm Tntinnnna ia otlamtin rr (tia
state fair at Sedalia.
St. Louis is holding her Veiled
Prophet festivities this week.
Quite a number from here at-j
tended the Old Settlers Reunion
at Butler yesterday.
The Annual State Conference
Sec'y of Third District.
f risco txenrsions.
Account of Kal Festivities Oct.
of the United Brethern Church Mh to 10th, 190-. Tickets will
is in session at Adrain this week. he on sale ;ird to IHh inclusive.
Mr. Harger, of the country j
southwest of town, is attending!
the U. B. conference in Adrian
j Return, .limit Oct. ll'th. $3. CO
Cash in Advance.
: round trip.
Account of American Royal
! Live Stock- Show, Oet. li' to 17th,
In this issue will be found the j tickets vn sale Oct. 10 Pi 17t:i in-
Secretary of State's notice of the j elusive, return limit Oct. l.Ub.
proposed constitutional amend- ! round trip.
ments. Tliey are important and ! Take the l-Vico two daily
should be carefully read. ! tt -ain 11 :4j a. m. and 4x) p. m
. , . 1 . R- Conovkk, A pent
Thero have been several at 1
tractions this week that have!
kept the people on the jump; thej
state rain ai pieuaiia, rriests 01
Pallas in Kansas City, and the
Old Settlers Reunion at Butler.
L. Lampkin has boon in Mar"
ion county, Ark., returning home
yesterday. He brought home
several samples of r.ino ore that
show that this country has some
rich deposits of this mineral.
The protracted meeting closed'
at the Walnut St. M. E. church
Tuesday nipht. The mooting
was a success. Tho pastor, Rev.
A.G. Keast was assisted by Miss
Bertie Crow, an evangelist from
Dr. Iancaster arrived in Rich
Hill Tuesday mum from Nevada
with all his hunting regalia and
the game in this section is prob
ably hunting cover by this time.
Wm. Kappa who has been
playing tirat base on tho Oila
hotna City team in the Western
Ass.K'iation, has purchased
the residence of W. W. Jamison
on West Park Ave. and will make
his home in Rich Bill. Mr. Kapp
formerly lived near Papinville.
The charges and counter char
ges in all parties at present cake
one think of Byron when he woke
one morning and found himself
famous. At present one of the
candidates or party leaders may
wake up most any morning and
discover that he is the most fa
mous scoundrel on earth.
"Scoundrel of the day", military
men would call hi no.
Tell your friends they stoali
read the Tribune duricg the cam
paign of ijc 8. U'e have stopped
aU clublizg and cct rate but
think yoa will find the paper
worth the $1.00 asked for it.
Notice to Trespassers.
Trespassers aro warned to
keep off the premises of tho Island
Mill Ranch North uf Brushy
Mound Tho place is po.-tod and
trespassers will bo prosecuted
to the full extent of tho law,
H. M. Ball.
B.v January 1st we hope to hate
thi Tribune bok'in shape to run
a strictly cash in advance busi
ness, and to do this we must
collect from delinquents. If you
get a statement from us please
attend to the matter at once. It
is a business matter r should
be attended to in a bu.-i v ss like
Where we send a statement
and 1 1 cive no reply, we will be
cempeiled to send the account to
a collecting agoucy. This applies
only to those who have absolute,
ly ignored our letters. Please
atu nd to this matter.
1 recognized by press and
puM.c every where. All are
p'.c.wd ivi'.d delighted with her
readings. Multitudes Uit her
lurlois daily, and are happy.
Ikr power CMites tho wonder
and the admiral i :i ef the most
skeptical. (.lifted In nature with
marvelous mcdiumistic powers,
tins remarkable woman may be
consulted mi kA 11, alters pertain
ing ti the human race. All
ti idly confidential. lhurs t a,
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Wo are sole tgcnta f. r the
P. f- Bee und D. B. Ei-U Pattern
hats.-Barrow Misery Co.
Theodore Roosevelt would have 1
been cursed just as much if he
had refused to answer Bryan as '.
he is at present. Bryan had po-;
litical sagacity enough to knosv i
this when he started things. 1
Sedalia State fairOctcfcer Third
Excursion tickets on sale Oct. '
CnJ to Oct. Mb, return limit Oct. '
10th, S-J.70 Round trip. j
R. A. Bailey, Agt. i
Notiee i iirt I r kIvvb. tLat letter
TestaioPiiterr nj..a the i:tat?
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tiiiia to in.- for uil wan.-e. wiiLia
our year fro:u tL.. .J tte f ra:-t letter
or tt.t-y u.av t.vtiJeJ trotu tijr
t-u'fit 4.f ,!k!i tt-tat: if wM
el.tiiu l-ii..t it!.ia two
year trvui the itat of the publication
of tit' in.-tue. l!n-jr ! f.,ier
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