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BIC1I IIILL, MIMSOUKI. TIIUItSDAT, KliPTK.M IIFJI SO, 1901.
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3 LOCAL BUIEFS. J
From alt account! Bates couoty
will be filled full of holes within
th! next twelve months.
Lee Cockrell, manager of the
smelters, is having hit house over
hauled by the painters and paperers,
Brodie & Hammack.
" Mother write u that they have
iVi. nmKilrm nf Lrmin? their
children well. Give them Rocky
Mountain Tea each week. A blew
ing to mother and child. Ak your
It you want the best ol fire and
cyclone insurance, in the most reli
able companies don't fail to call
oo Geo. P. lluckebv at Th Tri
bus it office.
W. T. Duval has moved hi shoe
and harness shop into the room late
ly occupied by the marble works.
He ha recently added a line of
school nppliei to hi business for
the accommodation of Lis young
Now is the time to settle up
arreareges, and renew your sub
scription. We eed the money and
sou need the paper. So come in
and htp us out.
Friends of The Tiubcne can
help the paper greatly by trading
with those business men who ad
vertise in itscolumes. These trades
men are reliable and from them you
can get the best bargains in the
Last week I went about,
Full of trouble and of doubt.
Now I'm smiling and dance with
I had some Rocky Mountain Tea
lavt night. Ask your druggist.
R. A. Jurd & Co., have two
rooms in the brick building on Wal
nut street, where they will show you
anything from a bran new bouse
hold outfit to the minutest stove re-
nir. in eood style. Furniture in
all grades and at all price.
The Farmers Jfc Manufacturers
Bank met lt Saturday and elected
W. W. Feiguson, Geo. Temple
ton, 1.1. Kiik.J. D. Moore. J. W.
Jamison, J. M. Johannes and A. G
Wilson the board of directors for
the ensuing year, and declared an
annual dividend of nine per cent.
We heard of another case of child
beating last week over on eat Pine
street, where some ol the neighbors
had to interfere. Such thing ought
not to be allowed in civilized
community and will not if informa
tion is lodged with the prcper otfi
cul There is law to protect chil
dien aeainst cruel parents ana it
should be invoked in all such cases
and rigidly enforced.
Mis. Isahelle Cornell, -who has
been spending three or four weeks
with the family of her father, Geo
P. Ht'ckeby, while her husband is
getting a home prepared for them
l Wvmore, Nebr., departed for
that point to join her husband yes
terday noon. Mr. S. II. Gosnell
has clmtge of tbe grocery depart
nirnt of Steele Bros. A H after de
p.itmrnt store and there they will
make their home for the future.
George Achoid, a native of An
derson county. Tennessee, u'.cd at
the home of his daughter, Mis. Geo
Law son, Friday, Sept. 30, in the
76th year of his age. He came to
Missonti 45 years ago and settled in
Cedar county. He reared a family
ot three sons and four daughters,
all grown. Mr. John and Thus,
Achoid and Mrs. Keith end Mrs.
Law sun were present at the funeral
Mr. Achoid was a veteran of the
civil war, havingserved In Co. A.
71I1 Regiment Mo. F.nroiied Mil'lia.
He was an honoiable upright otl
cn and grently esteemed bv all his
nrighttois. Hi funeral took place
from the home of his son-in law,
Geo. Law son, the sermon being
preached by Kev. L. L. Kyle, Bap
tut minister. He was buried in
Oueii Lawn Cemetery.
Old paper for sale at this office.
5c per bundle.
Hale Spencer lefl Monday night
for Arkansas. , -
For Sali Two milch cows for
Sale cheap. Inquire at The Bazaar.
The Rich Hill Msible Works
have removed to the Worden build
ing on Walnut Street. .
Rev. R. R. Coffey ii holding
meetings for bis cburcri at Lone
Jack for a week or two.
Monday being a Jewish holiday
the stores of II. Loeb At Bro., and
Miss Alice Locb, were closed.
Tnere are more acres ot land sown
with small grain this fall in Date
county, than for many years past.
Truman Hutton, who was injur-.
ed some time ago in the mines at
Pittsburg, Kans., came home Sat
An example of faithfulness to re-
igious teaching was made manifest
in the closing of all Jewish places
of business Monday, that being their
day of atonement.
W. K. Koyce, AV. G, Btasley
and J. R. Hales are incorporators
of the Southwestern Development
Company. They will hold their
first meeting Oct. 3, 1901,
R. A. Jurd & Co.. in the Walnut
Street brick, will sell you good bed
steads for 50c up, and everything
else in proportion. He wants, to
sell all he has; and wilt make prices
O A. 11. Iteaoltitlotia.
The following resolutions were
pass.1 on the death of President
Whereas, Our comrade in arm,
U. M. W. A ltao1itJOBS.
At a meeting d Local Union No.
112 i, United Mine Workers of
An. -ric, 1. eld ' their ball in this
city, Friday evening, Sept. 2'j.iyoi,
Wm. MsKinley, President ot the -the flowing pitamblc and resolu-
United States, Las been stticken
down in the midst of hi olticial ca
reer by the assassins bullet, aed
Wnereas, We believe it right and
proper Ihst a public expression be
made of our sorrow when such a
calamity befalls the nation we help
ed to defend in the days of its peril.
Thetefofe, be it
Resolved, That a ex-sol.h.r and
as citizens, we deplore the untimely
taking eff of our beloved President,
under whose bcnificetit ruie our
country has reached its highest pros
perity at home and greatest influ
Resolved, That we cuaimtnJ to
those who come after us, the mod
est, unassuming gentleman. Use pa
triotic citizen, the gallant sohber,
the faithful public servant, and the
wise statesman as exemplified in the
life and character of Wm. McKir.
ley as worthy of imitation and as an
enduring heritage for succeeding
lion were udrpted without a di-
setit ng vo'.c.
Wheiea. The President of the
United States, while engaged at a
great gathering of tbe people of his
nation in extending to bis fellow
ciiicr.s of high and low degree
alii.l-, the kindly greeting accorded
only i y reason ot 'onr free institu
tions lrom a chief executive to his
per.plr, fiai been ruthlessly slain by
the hand of a cowardly assassin.
Now therefore, be it
Resolved, That in tbe death f
William McK-nley, this country
mourns the ls of an able, con
scientious and Chiistian statesman,
and in this hour of national bereav
ment we lay aside all differences of
poiitica! opinion and join all good
and patriotic citizen in deploring
and condemning to the last degTee
this act of a misguided and murder
i Resolved, That while we point
tUw Dental Parlors
,11 wa, ,a Nevada; . " J
HHMHHf HHM t(fi
W. S. Striker vis.-ted Kansas
City yesterday. J
L. CbsscciT returned from his
trip to St. Joe yesterday.
Mrs. Huckin of Arthur, w?s m j
our city 1 ueviJay, traJir.g. j
R. E. Backeridge is at r.oT.e
for a short visit with his family.
Miss Maude Williams will at
tend school at Nevada this :otn:r;
Dr. Geo. Burrow went to
Rockville to-day on profes:ora!
Mrs. Geo. E. Loean carr.e in
on the noon train yesterday from
Gus Seelinger of Prairie City,
was transacting business in crci'.v
Roy McKinnon left last Friday
for Mexico, Mo., where be will at
Out f.&'M. Bank.
generations. .Je ,0 the pf ivijege 0f frte.
l?.r,K ,l Tht u r attend t!;e . ...
AVVCSt s.vi - ' -
memorial service to be held in this
' don of thought and speech vouch-
A disgraceful chivari took place
Tuesday evening in this city, that
rvci-ywi-.e cr.gsged in should be
ashamed ot , " Such things are fit
only for hoodlums and fellows of
the baser' sort
snfi;i to tverv citizen of our coun-
city to-morrow afternoon and psr- approve cf the un-
ticipate therein in common w.th our. ;cfarv abu,eot ,nv liberties con
other fellow citizens. ' , ed on our people bv the consti
Rick Hill, Mo., Sept. iS, oi.;tut.fjn nJ la.v of this ;epubilC snd
: denounce in unmeasured terms any
j emp'oyment of the methods of the
Lamar, j ssr.in in the endeavor to right
went through the pockets of Getiice . iir.aginaty wrongs in the administra-
Satnrdav night niKlti 'f of ti;e affairs of this nation
One John F. Moore tf
Bussev last Stnrdav night aiKlti'f
found some money which he bencx- ; Kesoived, That we. as an organ
olently thought he would take for , uv;on.avor the enactment and en-
I sate keeping. Our lynx eyed c:!:-; f0v,ment of such laws as will for-
Quite a number of our citiicns j cerl 0f the law heard of it and con- ; evcr iJereatter free this government
eluded that any man fiom Lamar a,,j f-,0!.e called to serve its people
that would find money in a Rich ;r o:vi;;ai positions, from danger at
exhibition in the county seat Tues-jHiU man' pocket any o! r.er time ,j ...j.t 0f the assassin from witb
day. They all pronounced it than on payday, ought to be an est- j otl, ar . 3S w;u at tbe same time
great show especially the coutt,ej on general principles. They j ei;m;nate all manner ot oppression
house. ! took Mr. Moore of Lam.ir in ..... ,,, , . toiliiv' masses and bv a
went to Butler to see the new court
house and the other elephants on
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ii'rtr pat cf :':.e v-esk wtik
Na thn I.
Mrs. J. C Nafc spent last j , r --
ween visiting reiaiives aiij iz. ::: j
east of the river.
Mr. Burrows and Mrs. Helen
Robinson returned from Der:er.
Colo.. Fridav niehL i
-Dr. A. E. VanVoorbis return
ed Saturday morning from a trip
through the southeastern part of the
Wilton Kirk, nephew of I.
Kirk, visited h'S uncle Monday on
bis way back to his business in
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the fjr.trJ: tf h.
Rev. J. i:.
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At the meetiag of the board of
alderman Friday evening, City
Collector M. C. I'ottuoe reported
having collected delituent taxes
to the amount of $451.00. Bills
to the amount of over $161 were.
Howes'. The committee on hie
department were authorized to
purchasee 500 feet of hose for the
chaige and found that he actuaiiv , xv;,,c :u.ik jUic:ous administration
had the Rich Hill niai:s rn-mey e;ve ;tl,t alKj fl,u,l recognition to
wtiich was proof conclusiie hr.da; c;ak.ei ot citizens within our
they hikeied Mr. Mooie o.I.:nr.jr ; jj,j,-je,.
otl to sutler, as anoiner ciimuu.. ,,(.k Th;lf ,..mn.hv ot
from Rich lliil but of Lamar.
tl.is local I f r.erct-v extended to tne
We will hold our sixth stmi-an
i nual openin? on Oct
. w tie carrie J.jw n
! ff- V.r' t-r rf riarv-I S jr. iit A'.i
President Richardson, of the j fp,r . ;re Sy -. r:e fjr.- :, (,f
U. M. W. A., was in the city at- j Qt. p. i:uc'.c:-x. Mf. Rafter ;s
tendicg a special meeting cf the j Ir- n;,, , cr ar.j ti e
order last night. w- s p p-.-cated aco-'.lir.g! .
Rev. J. M. Clark Las re-j Mr-. (',. V. Bell and Mr. C.
moved back to Rich Hilt and tk- j y ; ,; .;n M i-
en up gospel work at Panama ;:h !,:.,v 't:St r,ir.i Mr. iir'l
prospects of good success. ;e.t v.,::.tf '.:::: at aud prrma-
J. R. Hales was in La:rar j ner.'.ly located. !' MciJ. wi!J
Tuesday taking depositions lur the ; me a-, evte iu-.-! vi-.r.
defense in the case of Wardjon vs. j nrt VreHbytcriAll
Williams, now pending in the Ver- j -j- ...., vc
nn county circuit court.
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W. K. Royce was attending to" Pre nu Pa" w - ;
enjoyable time lur u.oe nu ,,, j . ,( o( U)e
business at Richards, Tuesday.
Jess Miller took in the Fore
paugh circus in Butler Tuesday.
Dr. Sharp and daughter were
the guest of ftieoJs in Sprsgue last
Mr. Cbas. Pearce is ia Butler
this week, visiting her parents, W.
T. Johnson and wife.
Seymour Williamson was the
guest of E. T. Montgomery and
wite, in Clinton, the eaily part of
I). Haintine of Sprague, has
secured a position on the Memphis
branch between this plate and
Mis. W. II. Blmikrnhektr and
little son, William, came down yes
terday from Excelsior Spiings, on
visit to her parent, Mr. and Mr
J. W. Snider.
!a;:i'!v nr.d relatives of our lament
ed dece.ist-d Piesident in this theirj
sad be t.cav merit. I
Revived. That thee resolutions
l e snread on the lecords of this
call on us. All aie invited to call j,lc (llUiWud he p:fs of th Cltv
nd see our beautiful tall nv.llineiy. f )r I,l.b;lc.uio Co.
As the hard tunes w ave ha nut et;
struck us, we have bought a farge ;
and complete stuck, and asl.eicto. j A farewell Party,
foie will be prepared to sh.nv y.u : The Tnxeiio Club gave a ilanc
the very newest thing in stle. bom 1 int, tytv 3 t Friday eveniog, in
in American and imported gd. j n..nor o! Nathan Leopold. Avery
Wc have added largely M cair i j,!r!ssn, evening wss enjoyed by
dry goods. We now have in ti vk, 'phosc in attendance were Mr.
a fine line of outing ll.tnnt If ::e, ; , Flave 1C:d. Misses
Omar Cashmcie, IHaiiu.i.i tl'"h, ', i.tlli.i Ol. ver. tJeo!K;e Wise, Ethyl
gingham, piitus. mu-l'n, eic Loudcnr.-Jk, lVnm ;e!ger, Oella
We have also added to 1 nr cl ina i t K ir.iM.p.. Fhnence Hevlmuo,
depattment, wbUh is ni ne 1 umplctc H.mv Hani. Seymour
than heietolotc. Wih-amsiu;, i)i. (ie litiitows
S. Horn, W. C. Jackson and Thss. j Sat:
Silvers, prominent Butler atu-r- -Tj::.
neys, were in the city yesterday i wC "'
taking deposition in a pending i
H. G. Spraker is home aiial
from a distant shore visiting l ;j There w"U is- : ;r.,
: Wsi-ut :::. ! M. l S-.--
i., !jV : t . ii; si'.d at
' ' r- r-;-
VIriiit Street M. K Churc h
family for a short time. Ihs bigi
steam spinning wheel is a success j '
and winds out a good siied strong j
silver thread. j
Postmaster Martin, wife and'
daughter Myrtle are at ) Ccr den. j
Iowa, visiting Mr. Mattia's ti:h.
er. There is a family mmicn j vsarJ '
there and ail the Martins are gath- u ! - '
eiing at the old folk's home to i 1 :l
have a general jubilee. J diy-;-..
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t . r .1 ctvatvr 1 Icssir. g
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We ate pleased ti. announce r' t Xj, .ljea!. Brit Kimbtough, Curt t iW
We offer one hmulird dalUis te
ward for any case of catanh that
cannot be cured by Halls Cutairh
F. J. Cheney, Toledo Ohio
We, the undersigned, have known
F, J. Cheney for the last 15 year,
and believe him to be perfectly hon
orable in all business transactions
and financially able to cany out any
oblisrations made by their fiim.
West & Truax, Wholesale Drug-
eists, Toledo, O.
W aiding, Kinnan S Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catanh Cute is Uken in
ternally, actii.; diirctiy upon the
blood and mucous sin face of the
system. Testimonial seni free
Price Tc a bottle. Sold by all
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Hall's Familv Pill are the bset.
Miss Ida Crabb will t i!''e ol
our titmniiiig loom ti.is umijii.
Sbc i loo well ai.t In.
know n to tender comment m-ct -..i .
She joins with Mrs. Aa.es in lull
ing her large circle ot lady liniuW
to Call and see her at The IS.1.1 i.
Remember it i never 11 oui '.e t-
A souvenir of mcie valae th.i
ususl will be given to each gtown
person visiting us on opening i.y.
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Mi, K .I l,ei. :. i ! CI. a. Kl nnpp.
t'uro ICIirumutixm r 'tarrh
lu a l.ij - TrrHtiiient !.
U. B. B. (Batanic Blood Balm)
c;ie t ie vxoist aiu1 .'.lost Stubborn
c,i.f, ,!i V.iiii the poison out of
ti.f U10.1l.u1d bones, and bui
up tie 1 loVeu down constitution.
i Aches and pain in the bone or
...'mts, wo.;en g: iiuls dt.sppmgs in j
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H Sive them THE TRIBUNE" from dato
K UU Jan. l, lor i-i.
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a lingering ilh.es. and was b,,, ,ed I - ' . jlfc PoIaK.UUss.sv
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