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We 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 orin
ariiy sells for.
II. Loeb S
Sele Agents MM1TTIN SHIMS.
Cleans, Presses, Repairs
Ladies and Gents Suits and Coat
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"Our cothes on a man as
soon as you see them.
Whenever you meet
Clothes you arc impressed
with the distinction of style,
the elegance of finish, the
correctness of fit.
Such clothes as these arc
t practically unknown elsewhere
;: ready-made. They arc 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
This store sels them exclusively.
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at tx' S'.aua, tn Bi ana aura, aaat
aaa:t ta r.'a f rir fra,
Pais a?ua) aa AaaToarr oa Mia.
D. L. L Ames was in Sheldon'
on professional business yeter
Dr. O. C. Olaen of Ka n- City
in visiting with his brother, Or.
II. D. Olson.
Mrs. I. I. Lontz. of Adrian,
and R)Hif r Mrs. Dow, of Illinois,
arc visiting in thin ciH, tlio
guest of their uncle, Jacob
id iller and family.
Is your subscription paid fr
The Amsterdam Enterprise
reports that Iioy Mitts was kill
ed in a coal mine there last week.
The Nevada Herald pays that
Eldred Nicholas and Miss Suie
Ropers, of Ilicb Hill, were grant-
ed happiness papers by the re
corder there last Saturday.
The international difficulties
over airships have besun.
France has stated that German
baloons will not be allowed to
land in France.
J. G. Meeks of Ft. Scott, who
has been visiting relatives in this
city returned home Tuesday.
The executive committee of
the Farmers' Mutual Insurance
Co., met in this city yesterday
The annual Thanksgiving ser
mon will be preached this year at
the Wa'nu St. M.E. Church by
Kev F. A. Starring, pastor of the
The District Conference of the
Carthage District of the M. E.
Church will be held here, Dec. I
3. An interesting programe will
be published next week. A large '
number of delegates are expec
A card recieved from Claud
Brown this week states that all
the Rich Hill young people who
are attending the University of
Missouri are getting alotsg fine.
Rich Hill has about 20 represent
atives in Columbia and everybody
will be pleased to learn that they
are doing good work.
The freshmen beat the sub-
freshmen 13 to 13 Tuesday after
noon at the High School basket
ball court. This made two best
out of three games for the fresh
Hon.Geo. Church, of near But
ler, former member of state leg
islature from Bates County, was
in Rich Hill yesterday to attend
an executive session of the Farm
er's Mutual Insurance Co. He
paid the Tribune a pleasant
The Supreme Gurt of Illinois
hasdcciJed a question that has
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Ioek been & mystery to the Am-
erican people. They have
creed that foam is not beer. i
XKarnest Samples and Miss
Ueulah Lyons have secured a
marriage license. j
SIC. V. True, of Montevalla, Mo.,
was in the city today looking af
ter business interests.
II. l'hilbrick, president of the
I'rairie Farmers Mutual Firo In
surance Co., was in town yester
day was in town yesterday at
tending a meeting of the execu
You live in the best town on
earth, i f not move there and
then boost 'er.
Keep up with the times. Every
brdy wears false hair nov and
the Burrows Millinery Co., keep
everything in puffs, switches,
rolls and nets,
Notice ta Trespassers.
Trespassers are warned to
keopotlthe premises of the Island
Mill Kanch North of Ilrushy
Mound- Tho place is posted and
trespassers will bo prosecuted
to the full extent of the law.
II. M. Dall.
C. Stcuck of Nevadi vr a s hunt
ing hero Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Wilson
are rejoicing ov-r tho arrival of
a baby girl.
Colder V. G. Ui Acy p-ra-hd
at tho M. 11 church fv,uth lai
Tlio Ih-ckviile Dossier ays
that Leslie Henderson, while out
hunting ducks, killed a bald
eagle which measured tin e than
six feet from tip to tip.
The Rich Hill merchat.U are
beginning to show their CLiit -
ns as grods.
1'eople are beinnining to think
about what they will have for
their Thanksgiving dinner.
Prof. Chas- VanHenthusen.
who has been seriously ill for
some time, is visiting relatives in
liutler. His many friends will
gress toward recovery.
: i AS TO NICKNAMED
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OTven Often for Absurd Reitrnsj and
Generaily Thty Stick.
"AVonderful tow cusm eUcS t).S
pfrson,' bI4 the observant im.
Ther mere two tlc littla wbmea la
our village who came to call on oa ceo
venlDg, and w offered tbem popcorn
'Which th children bad ut brought
!n from the Vitetea. Tlsey refasrf,
but not o emphatically aa to keeo u
froiq giving them two heaping plates
f the corn. W Vept refilling tlie
plates and they V:cpt crunctdng ail ths
evening. There waa aomethlrg so
funny about it that I called thee 'the
popcorn ladles, and the cams has
stuck to them so that the whole vUlagt
knowi them by if.
"I once knew a man who talked lap
cesantly la a high pitched vuice, and
a bright girl dubbed him 'the chirper.
The najua was quickly passed around
among the young people, and cow the
rea," trt o frtenda know tim
vf mat MBit. A aigrniiea young w
inaa of my acquaintance, goes by th)
name of 'Whonf to this day because
when she was a little girl she used to
call herM-If "Mrs. Whont whea she
played crown up ladies, and the family
picked it up. the simply can't shake
the absurd name.
"Jlore than one-ivd-baired man Is
known by the came of 'pink' and pliilo
! aophicaliy aecvpu the title. I have aa
acquaintance who holds a responsible
position w ho Is known by the r-iuio of
'Dotty.' U BOtms that one day a mi
chkvious girl discovered that to Lad
thrr prominent dimples. She prompt
ly dubb.sl him 'Dotty Dimple.' and now
be Is knon to aii Lie associates as
'Dotty.' Another man of my acquaints
ance is always calW 'Blutbcard' be--j
cauite to bus su h a w hite and thia
skin that if ho do.-s not shave dai'y h
btard stiows blue througU 1L That
came, too, came through a wvmar.'s
"An old laily frlvnd cf mine is sUU ;
calJt-d '1'tachy' bvcausv brn ho wis
a young girl the had a compli'iiou I'.Ke
peach. and cream. Her brother
promptly dubbed her Teachy and
'Peachy' she will remain to the end cf
rJays. la a certain household a
',B' lUo 'wm" u lM M
; Tho Uoy. U-cause when elie was a
ronn, . throneh . ,.rioui
: Illness which mado it necessary to cut
1 Iter hair short. Her youoftr tisitr
tall eh was the lo- of the fimily,
and t!u dainty lady is still called ly
that abrupt nam
I "An effeminate man was once called
'Viola' by one of tha boy la the offset
and now we know him by notUicx "
inotbi-r oi of (Le bejs ia tho ctr.t.
always callod 'Chosty and though
jot angry at first, be fcas cheerfully
accepted tte new nam now.
"Our bookkMTr la alaay putiinj
ta Lis oar when U U not at all n.-c-
ary, and I think no be will be kno u
until the end of timo as Vcn. Uutu.' A
j frieaJ of mine ho Is aiaaje ca"cl
i "CheerluV does not know whether Is
tilled that btaus his fti.-niis Kiitm
no Las a cheerful dii-fosltivia or . be
cause they conttdT him a chvfu!
Idiot. But. at any rasa, he cua't thiue
the atm," MilauUvd SluI.Uw.
Ily January 1st we hope t ohaxe!
the Tribune lnxk in shape to run
a strictly cash in advauce busi
ness, and to do this we uiut-t
collect from delinquents. If you
get a statement from us please
attend to the matter at oiue. It
is a business matter and should
be attended to in a, business like
Where we send a stateuuiit
and receive no reply, we vill be
compelled to send the acceur.t to
a collecting agency. This applies
only to those who have absolute
ly ignored our letters. Pkee
attend to this matter.
The Goat Store
of Kich Oils
We believe we have the te't av nrzt n! of Woo
en's. Miie and CLi:iftu Cct to le fannd a
The showing is compete, ircludirg; f racika.'iy
every st!e, proJuced by scire f the lea-Jir makers
of the country.
Tl.e prices are decidedly lo-. and every siomsi
ubo iew the at&onoittit, v.V,l decide wiib at that:
This Coat Department is
The Leader in Its Field
A Beautiful Line
of FURS, too.
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AT THE CHURCHES-
JW nut Street 31. . Church.
Sunday School at 9:45 a. in.
Pleaching at 11 a. ni.
Junior League t 2 CO p. m.
Ep worth League at 3:0p. m
Preacliing at 7.o0 p. m.
Prayer tneoting on Thursday!
evening at 7:.a
Tlie public are tvrdiaJ'y invit
ed to attend
A. G. K::ast, Past
JM. E. Church, South.
Sunday Scluxlat V. 13.
Preacliing at 1 1 a. in, a
Junior Ia ague at 2 p. ni.
Senur IMrue at C.oO p, in.
Preaching 6t 7 p. v..
Evervtme cordially invited to
ttend t'.ie services.
Wii.kum H. llAUdKovr.,
BOE'iEDIO DEATH M mm',
url;! Ihtv st'itreed
Farmer's 'di Eara.4 t Cri; ki!
Herllsj 0er lirsia lirJ.
Mrs. S. NUnurir, ae
astutucd to death at h-jr
i u.tlcs sonth ct
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diy's Ncvjdi Tu-t.
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First Presbyterian Church.
Sunday School, 9:43 a. ra.
Junior KndeaTor, 3.-00 p. ra.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Christina Eadeavor, 6uX) p. m.
Prayer Meeting every Thors-
i daj- at p. ni.
Preaching at 7 JO p. in.
J. G. West Pastor.
German Et. Lutheran Church.
Sunday school at a. ni.
Pi o.tt liir.g at lO:1 a. ra.
Knglislx preacliing at 8 p. m.
Everybody is cordially invited
t'iiK. IkwcK, Pastor.
Catholic Church Service
j Services :st and 3rd Sunday
Mass at 8:00 a. ui-Jj
I Rev. Father Murphy, Pastor.
tng ia the teldi
(4 te awful atlatr
tt'tireed to the boue
wlita they found ber
Ih Jv iHi' it th yard so ladly
: bia;:cd tht it was almost unrecv-j-
j Mrs. Mrtuidt leaves a husband
'and to children. The chihlrtu
' are t ius aad were at schocl whr
;t'.ic Utal aeeideDt bk'l their
-rue s'ii'J.!-ir for l,u k rwM-
- : tv
is t.r tho Tribune for a ccit-:a
le !. iti ti t!.e date whea
, the said arti
Lie appvarvd. Iftla
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