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Personals Telling the Doing
People You Know,
Leto Sackett, of Butler, was
Saturday visitor here.
Miss Georgia Davis was a
visitor in Butler last Friday.
Will Fritz spout Sunday with
friends in B-itler.
County Clerk Weeks was
visitor here Monday.
Hadley Fisher visited relatives
near Butler Sunday.
Mrs. Bert Martin, of Kansas
City, is viaitinR relatives here.
The Bates County fair will be
held at Butler Sept. 13-16.
Buy your Flags, Bunting and
Fire works at Watson & Grimm.
Jud Dixon visited relatives in
Frank Mabbott spent Friday
in Ft. Scott advertising for the
big 4eh of July celebration.
CaDt. Johnson and wife, of
Butler, are visiting in this city
the guests of W. Pierce and wife
Mrs. C. M. Leedy and daugh
ter, Miss Irene, spent Sunday
with relatives in Butler.
Pros. Att'y Dawson, of Butler,
was a business visitor here Sat
Miss Emma Mattingly is visit
ing her sister in Colorado Sprs.,
Miss Beulah Waller, who has
been employed a t Nevada, ar
rived home Saturday.
Miss Ethel Mabbott. who bad
been visiting friends in Butler,
arrived home Saturday.
J. A. Brown was a business
visitor in Kansas City Monday
Mr. and Mrs. J as. Harkins
were Sunday visitors in Iola,
Nell Jones and Letha Delamat
er are visiting in Kansas City
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Delamater
were Kansas City visitors the
first of the week.
The Rich Hill Base Ball boys
defeated the Worland team at
Foster Sunday. Score 9 to 0.
Frank Wilson, of Kansas City,
is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Wilson, this week.
We quit the Red Star shorts
and bran because we know we
beat the quality. Kirk Groc.
The grocery stores will be
closed from 1 to 6 o'clock p. m.
and open from C to 7. on the -1th
Some of the Keith people who
were in town Saturday didn't
get home until near midnight on
account of the rain.
If you are looking for a
guarenteed razor or pocket knife
see J. A. Anderson. They coitt
Mason Wilson is in the city
vWitiug his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Wilson. Allen is ex
pected in a few days.
Walter Vail, of St. Louis, spent
the latter part of last week with
bin parents, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Vail of this city.
Paul Delamater and Leon Con
over made their regular weekly
trip to Nevada, where they play
with Crawfords Band, Saturday.
Miss Marie and Dora Klumpp
departed Saturday on an extend
eu visit with relatives in
You need not pass Kirk's Gro.
Store with your chickens, butter,
and eggs for they are positively
paying the highest market prices.
Miss Esther Grob, of Apple
ton City departed last Thursday
after a visit with friends and
Presiding Elder Beasley, of
Nevada, conducted services at
the K. Methodist church last
4ht of July try avlgoratlng
Cold Drink or dish of Cream at
our parlor. Coolest in town
Watson & Griium.
Wm. Deli mater, manager of
the Famous Cash Shoo store was
ft business visitor in St. Louis
the latter part of lust week.
It will pay you to cnino in Sat
urday, wo h:vo a few things
cheap and you need thoiu. Kirk
The White Loaf shorts and
bran positively cannot bo beat in
quality. You be the judge.
Leo Loeb, who had been visit
ing relatives here, departed Sat
urday for Washington D.' C.
where he is employed by the
Mrs. Seymour, of Muskogee,
Okla., and Mrs. Spitler, of
Pleasanton, Kans. are visiting
their parents Mr. and Mrs. T. J
Engles of this city.
Remember we make no side
walk display of things we expect
you to eat. Uome inside and
find everything fresh and clean.
Mr. E. E. Laughlin, of the
country west, was a visitor in
our city Friday and made us a
call. Mr. L. is a very clever
gentleman and one of our fore
Kirk Gro- now has exclusive
sale for Rich Hill and vicinity of
the White Loaf peoples flour,
shorts and bran. Try it I know
you will not be disappointed.
Misses Nannie Neat and Mag
gie Adams visited the Misses
Burkholder's, of Fairiiew last
Friday. They report an enjoy
able day and also the wheat, oats
flax, ia fact everything looked
good to them. Mr. Burkholder
was cutting wheat and has lots
of other harvesting to do, rye,
oats, flax, hay. ,
Excursion rates via the Mo,
ac R. R. acct 4th of July cele
bration. Tickets o n sale July
2nd, 3rd and 4th to all points in
Missouri return limit July Kb,
one and one third fare Round
R. A. Bailey, Agt.
Miss Nannie Neat invited her
Bible school class, of the Baptist
church, out to her home in the
northwest part of town Tuesday
evening of this week to feast on
ripe apples- They were also
served with ice cream and cake.
he following members of th
class were 'present: Misses
Beyrl Wagner, Mattie Sheppard,
Flossie Morgan, Anna Robinson,
Zetta Poison, Irene Leedy, Hattie
Fox, Jessie Copeland and Iva
Alms. Rev. Starring was also
DO YOU WAUT
TO SAVE ffiEY?
If so do not buy, Umbrellas,
Gloves, and buggy whips etc
until you inspect our stock.
2."c Ladies I lose, mercer.
i."d, nil colors pair .IDc
I.adic Bleached Vest Ho
ouch, 2 for 1T0
Ladies Black Hose He pair, 2
pair for l.'c.
Ladies V shapo Vest l.'le
each, 2 for "lie.
Ladies Merccrl."d Ilosoculor
old rose, pair I'M',
Lace curtains, P-v, $1.4'.) and
$1.9- per pair.
Job Lot of Barrettes whilj
they last each 10c.
We sell solid white metal Tea
spoons 0 for I'.lc.
Pearl buttons ilt 7. 5c.
Etnbroydcry per yd. 9c.
Mens cellars each flo
Mens half host, 2 pair lc
The money saving store, wo
sell it for loss.
A. M, P, HALLEY lS
105 S. 6TH ST. RICH H ILL, M
I'airvi.nv xvsi !les, (l with n
lino rnin 8 t u rd.i.v ove'niig. We
understand it only laid tin? dust
iv few mill s south and a few
Miss Li.:ii Warner, who has
been visiting at Mr, Scifers and
.lames Williamson' left Tuesday.
She will visit in I.ivi enci county
and Marysvillo before returning
to her home in Denver, Colo
She mud'; many friend. while
here, cnmi) iu;ain Miss Li:'.;:'i',
Mr. John Brown and boys have
been m afraid of Hie measles.
Mr. laniard has taken them
since ho ckj'h? home. W? are
told all tilings on me to them that
wait, we hope they will deal
geutiy with them mid will be
glad w hen thny are all well again
h J. Steward and son Modest , ij
is woro lathing and plastering in'M
their Fair view homo thM week, ujj
the Ei7 Eimmi
Located in tho Jamison buildim;. tho
third door East of tho Tnlmn:o Hotel
is stocked with a complete lino o f
Ladies, Men.- fiid Children up-to-date
Wo Want to Make
Our Store Your Store
FAMS GASSI SHOE 00.
S.iine of the 1'airview people
attended tlto carnival in Rich
Hi 1 last week.
JOHN GRIFFITH DEAD.
John Griffith, who has long
been one of Rich Hill's most re
spected citi 'iis, died at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Maggie
Akrigg Saturday, Juno 2r, of,
paralisis. He leaves a large,
family and many friends to
mourn his loss.
The funeral was held at the !
M. E. Church South, of
; We would liiie to vongratul
Butler for celebrating the 4th!
(of J uly with the Sunday Schools
jof Bates count y. Fuirviow would ;
have beon glad to hav" taken part:
hut owim: to the warm weather !
and distance could not. We feel '.
sure it will he a pleasant day j
Ion,; to be remeuib red by all at- !
tending. Why can't Rich Hill'
do likewise next year? j j
Miss "Sunshine" and Miss!
Mae-u-ie Adams spent Friday at1
io r s.
j.iJ luck still con i
t another In rse :
H has last one ' fc'
cow s, one calf and
which Mr. Burkh
he was a member, last Sunday.! r !T -, .
The services weiein iharu'e of . . . ' , . ,
. tin ue, ne iu
Rev. F. A. Uulmernr.d interment; Fl,uUy
was ruaue in ureen Lawn1, . , t;
cemetery. . . i, ., ; ., u.i Mr
i " f -
jlbiton is industrious and a tine
! ii, an and has the sympathy of a I
JohnS. Myerh-y dkd at h.Ul neighbors.
Leavenworth, Kaiss Saturday, i There was a phoii tne. .1
JOHN S. MYERLEY DEAD.
to ihG Great lakss?
The most direct route from all points
in the Southwest is
Through St. Louis
For further information see
June 2o, acred 7.") years.
Mr. Myerley was a pionter
citizen of Rich Hill having re-1 tary.
sided here since and 1i.ul '
only been located in Ft. leaven
worth a rliort time when he
died. H o w as a veteran and
leaves besides a wife a .s'n and
daughter, W. G. Myerley and
Miss Belle Myerle.v of this city.
tiie school house M uday t.iht.
Mr. Fjoro was appoiuttd secre-
X. X X.
A SAKE FOURTH OF JULY S BUTLER.
R DPI 17 Y
j IVople who happen to be in
j Butler, Mo. en the fourth of J'.dy
' this year will not see the usual
numerous conirads and frieiuls ; 1;in, ((f Tl:l. ...........
who mourn his lo-s.
The bcrta'id ones h.ive ti;.;
sympathy of all in their sorrow.
Gun and Bicycle Repairing.
Ufa28 Joe Anderson.
The Tribune. One dollar a year
We art the authorized agents
for Singer Sewing Machines
In this city make your pay
ments to us.
We also carry a full lini of
sewing machine repairs and
supplies Sewing machine
needles to fit all machines,
oil, bands, etc,
R. A. Jurd & Co.
NORTH Oth STREET
LIGHTNING'S DEADLY KGHK.
About Jive o'llock Saturday af
ternoon Alva and Iynnie Hanson,
sons of A. Hansoi!, n sidn.g ten
miles northeast of Butler, were
!of gtHid citi. 'iiship and -s'.ate-;
wide prohibition w i . t receive em
! ph i.ms. Judge Win. II. Wallace
' wiil bo on hand for addresses
in the afternoon and night. The
1 Butler band will furnish music
tnri'Ughout t h e uay. A b;g
ciiorus will sing patriotic and
prohiiition songs. A parade
filled with spciial features set-
ANOTHER WONDERFUL CISCOVERY.
killed by lightning and
bodies scorched by tire. j fortb the id-. of Mate wide
' The bovs had been at work in '. prohibition will h. partii.ipati d
the ti;-!d and caiue in between
in by the Sunday schools of But
four and live Ai
because (if ' 'l,r llru' l'10 surrotn.diny; country
tho threatening rain. By tho"a H.e M-t-; uin,: will
tinn.' ilu.ir i.ii.i .....1 f,.,. n..,;,.ibe done in tho court house
" k J f k 111V, II
teams it had begun raining, j 'li '', whore a'so the peoph
Standing a short d. stance f ruin J wi-,h ' I'ienie dinner,
tho iini-n u- u u- ,, ,,,. K."rcis"s lnviii at '.hill) ill lilt
morning and Continue
w ill ta!i' place at 1 .lit) p tn.
which was n bay frame and a
ouantitv i.r luiv. .,v,.i- ..loutlhe entire day. Th
turpuuliti had been opn inl. The
tarpuulin had been made to re
semble a tent by the use of pitch
forks at cither wide and during
the present hot weather they
had been sleeping on the wagon.
Wheif it began to rain tho boys
climbed upon the wagon and got
under the tarpaulin in order to
keep out of tho rain and when
the lightning strutli the wagon
must have been lying there talk
ing, judging by tho position
their bodies were in when the
tire w a b discovert d. Butler
lU-pri'Huiitullw, 1.. M. Hi -Willi.
Mrt ull J uiltfc. C A, l. ntoii.
Probate J ihIk'', J. A. Hlvcrn.
County rii-rk. i i. Week.
Circuit Clerk. 1). T. Km!.
KtH-order. I, At. rinlt U.
Mlierlir, W. J. Jtullofk.
Pronei-iit ln Ally. XV. i. Iiawsuii
Treimurer S. I.. Culeiniiu.
h loud oiu'r, P. M. Allinuii
Homl & PrldKt Com. It. Ilorron.
AiliniliUrrator, Juloi lln.ca.
Coroner, Ir. A. I.uxk.
I'n-nliltuK Judge, J. T. Ilurper;
WILL BOOST MISSOURI.
We are informed by letter that
t lie St. I .ouis Star with the As.
Mslaucci of tho Slate I'niversity
School of Journalism xvill start
on a campaign to boost Missouri
tiwnsin ll.e i.eir future. The
young men who me studying at
the Fnivemiy will tour the state
and write up the ilitYerent towns
und their articles will appear in
the Sunday editions of the Star.
They will afterward bo published
in book form. We are sur3 that
nir business men will give the
young men a cordial welcome
when they arrive here.
GROCERY ON SOUTH 6TH STREET.
Always when jou cm tind
homcthing better than you have,
gel it. That is wh.ii we do. Wi
llow have the famous WhiUi lymf
peoples Hour, tie? highest grade
Hiul best m ill d Ihurin Kuni-a
If net h.itisfuttory your money
kuilutt, Lk. PudJok A 1 llydi back freely. KirkGic
l'.Iect ricity, t-'lephoii-'-, a i r
shi's and all the -..oivle, f.;
wi'.'ions of this si'ei. ,i
set ilitil impo-iOe' a fe.v i !:-s
ago. I!ul It seems fiei
nothing so imp si:.!,. hut
siime scientist will di.-c.vcr
means of noeomli-h ukt.I 1
ll;;ierso:i has now J.si .i
preparation whiih will r. a;;.v
grow hair. Iowa pei j .e a re
ama.ed and astouiuh tl by li m i
son's new discovery f.-r til" Iniir.
Fmerson haid that .i.e h.'t'ei f
his new discovery would gr.i'.v a
head of hair and ivsi.nv --r . y or
faded hair to iis natural i ! -r.
The people "did not hi-ieve h no
it was too much to cxp- ci, a-d
to-1 g Kid to In.' trie". 'iiiv.V h . 1
os'. of tl em l.a 1 .
xp led h - ; l
i.i' u:i.,; ' h-- I..' ' ..
ry . K i : ' e - tl;
'I' s s.,'.i , i. I.v v
. ;.-y v. ere i.oi i,i,,,
Kid thev i.umed..'.
ii . e n .l;i rs v. i: i o
I'.-.-.; of tli. m -,v ei
t.:id the 1;.i.cm-.v.i
'i-ry hai iea:.v
f : .c d;s.
' ' !"U.ind
n l.tiiut d
s N,. A- D.s-
A' and le-althy growth of hair,
li d is this remark n -w dis
very! r.iiiii Sim ivi.ii'i l.il 5.l
i: i.-mists luve tried to r.:i!y; ; it
and 1. no f.i:ied to C,;. ojt what
it is. Iv.nerson a-kn us to puh-li-h
t.ds same , u -, I., .j,,, rt..u.
ei s , ( thi paper. !,,: ,(e f:,ut
i . rtilli every Imtlle ,,f 1,, , ,...
tiiel all ll.e ingii'.v ad.c ri isi ii j t'o'.ery, the pn.-o of uimh
hair rcstoiert and had a .v.iys
been disappointed and ih-y eouUI
not believ.: one ImlM.' v.o-.ihl
really grow a full h id l.a r
Hut now comes the m oil si ,i i Mm-'
paitof nil for Ivnei s m pi iv. d
it - yes, absolulelx', ptowd it
What do yuu think In; did'.' II
mado the bold and rt iii.i i k.ibl,-stnt-'inellt
that he xtoiild ie
live dollars to uny jiei sou v. ho
used one bottle tit nis n - .v m
0" Will '-ml ,1 Wl It'. -11 :l l-.',.n,,.,,l
-- . . Iw
, to p iy y-u live d 1'ii.s U , u re
; no', enliiely Mii,ii, , Wilh U,.. re-
' " i . .i is i u . .i i :.t i. v a
11 a I i.r , ...iH ,c,
, to' e,v UiM
oil - nr gr
j ant to '.iv. This is t:.o most ie-
inn kaolo ..T-r ever m..d by a
j r-'-p ui-ili!.. tii-m, SiK;, 11H i1(,
i I' r-oii Cliemic il I'n. which u
i oat. king l.inei s.iii in ,n,.r
n : slie.tv.
iy a '4-1 is v ry pleas.
covery ami i.uie.i io t eme i Jur 0iid a 51 biH (money o.der
new and satisfactory gi ov.i h of j n t av ,,v,.v ) ,,, i;.u,j
hair. Tho people were astound j (. 'j,, mi.-i.lf,, , M ,i ..-i,eil ill,., l..
od at thu unheard of.-iV-r. but j and secure ah,.;'!,. ofth'Neiv
thoy knew that 11 nerson w as ( U.s.-ovcry and the agret iu,-t,t to
Iin.uiei illy responsible ami woum
do as he agreed if it cost, hi n his
fortune. Thousands bin g it b ' -tles
of his ne.v di.-iiovev, ile .i .-ii
P '.V you .i or grow a full hr.i: of
u.ur vit:i only om h .ttl,. 0f t
l icuision Katrs Via Missouri
Pacific (Jclenn, Cranson auJ Bol-
lister. Missouri unJ x lute Uiver
loints daily until P oven bcr 30th
return limit 30 days. !
Suninicr Tcuriit Itatc-, Perth'
Springs, Sweet Springs, He A It: tcr
and lloustanla, daily, N.ny 20th to
Sept 30U1. It, A. 1.AIU -,Y,