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9 LOCAL M1KFS. j
Attend the Dar.aar openintr next
Old newspapers, 5c for a big
bundle at Th Tribune office.
Walter Grob i visiting liii pa
rents and other relatives (or
It will pay you to come to town
especially to attcnJ the Dazaar
Tom Akrigg, manager of the
Griffith Groceiy to. look in the
World" Fair last week.
Green Li. Parker it putting a rew
root on his home on 9th ami Maple,
aUo a new coat oj paint.
The Bazaar has just received a
nice new line of New Yolk walk,
irg hat. Go in and look at them.
Will Calewent ever to Lallarpe,
Kansas and spent Sunday with bit
patents, Mr. and Mit. A. C. Cate.
Mr. Adam Seelinger spent Sun
day in the city and attended church
with the family of Mr. C. D. Win
chell. Hon. W. II. S. Gault was in the
city Tuesday seeing his son Ed off
on lits return to his home in Jeff
Mr. Kittle Creasey returned
home last Friday from a week vis
it to the world's fair. She enjoyed
the trip very much.
Mrs. Mary Davis, of Colorado
Springs and her two daughters,
are in the city visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. I Gee.
Mr. J. M. McKibben went to
Kaiuas City Sunday and returned
with Mr. McKibben.who bad been
in the city visiting relatives.
Mrs. Minnie Royce returned from
her visit to Mrs. Seelinger's east of
the river last Sunday morning, hav
ing enjoyed a very pleasant outing.
Th reunion of Iowa Missourians
at Hutler l.tt Tuesday was a great
success. A hundred or more lo
wnns trom a II parts ol the county
Uev. anJ Mrs. Chancellor's visit-
ens Mr. Illlsperman and sister re
turned to their home Tuesday.
They will visit the (air at St. Lou
is tn the way.
Mitt Ltilic rtiilbrick and her sis
ter, Mi. Nellie Wills and Mr
Will, pent the past week taking
in the sights down at the world's
fair at St. Louis.
The Dxiir it all ready for their
lilG day to-day. You atk the
reason? h is the occasion of their
fall opening. Don't miss it. You
will t'nd fifty or more beautiful
New Yoik pattern hats on display,
and each visitor will be presented
with a dainty souvenir. Can you
aiioid to truss it? We think not.
Mrs. Maggie Hotchkiss and her
husband, of Colorado Springs has
1 ern visiting her parents Dr. and
Mrs. 11. K. Winchell the past
vvetk. Thrv went from here to
LxctUior Springs to visit Mri.
Alma llcirfotd.and fiomtiiere will
vim! the fair down at St. Lii. be-
luic they rttuin home.
Hon. F. K. Kellogg, of Kich
Hill, ha tented a suite ot rooms at
the I. W. tinkling tesider.ee, on
noiih Cedar stiect, and will move
his family here Oct. 1st to reside.
Mr. Kellogg was internal revenue
collector of the western district of
Missouri under McKinley's f.rst
term and i a good republican and
a fine cUui n. He will be welcom
ed to Nevada by all our people.
Subscribe (or this pap: .
The Tmcl'mk telephone it No.
M . ft . t
51. bend in your items ty telephone.
Rid Top Siid at 50c per bush
el. Address, C. A. Hibd, Del-
Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Olsen took
in the world's (air last week, re-
turning borne Sunday,
To Loan $300 on good real
estate security. Must be acre prop
erty. Geo. P. IIuckkby.
II. G. Spraker hat taken hit
merry-go-round to Eldorado
Springs (or a short season.
Dr. Slater will be in bis dental
othce from Tuesday morning to
Saturday noon every week, tf
Attend the big opening at the
Ilazaar to-day. Tbey have a store
full of goods that are both useful
Mrs. Belle Zepp, after a short
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Gee, returned Monday to ber
home in Kansas City.
W. O. Atkeson, from Butler.
was in the city Tuesday. W. O.
divides his time now between But
ler, Mo. and Ottawa, Kan.
Trere are 2S divorce case pend
ing in the Bates county circuit court.
We heard a preacher say once of a
far less number, "Enough to make
the devil blush."
Miss Nettie Ilandcock and Mr.
Jas. Kteble were united ".n marriage
at the borne of the bride's mother
on end Walnut atreet. Judge C.
W. Done, a friend of the family,
performed the ceremony.
Mr. Tbeo. Marquardt of Rock-
ville, chairman of the Kockville
township committee wat in the city
Monday, and in company with Dr.
Delamater made a pleasant call at
the Tribune office. Come again.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jamison have
returned from their Indiana home
trip. On their way back tbey stop
ped to see the fair and its wonders
down at St. Louis. Tbey enjoyed
the trip as everybody docs who ever
lived in Indiana.
Mr, Jas. E. Bailey was in the
city last Saturday, lie wants to
trade a farm (or city property, and
if some city man wants a farm they
can learn of a good trade by calling
on Mr. Bailey at his farm or Geo.
1 Iluckeby at his office.
Miss Kate Ilaus, Field Secretary
of the Christian Endeavor, gave an
interesting talk to the Junior En
deavor al the l'rcsbytenau church
last Sunday afternoon, and address-
ed the congregation at the night
service. Those who heard her
were greatly edified.
Circuit court convene Monday,
Oct. 3rd, in regular session, end as
the Kratt case has been dispose! of,
will probably adjourn over to Men-
day, the nth. There are over 100
cases on the docket, 43 (or illegal
sale of liquor, 2S divorce, at ap
peals, 15 parole, and 61 others.
jltllAL IHTAIi: TMFi:H;
The Republican Executive Com
mittee held a meeting recently and
made appointments (or meeting at
the times and places below desig
nated. Chairman Fox 'has assur
ances from the State Committee
that one or more speakers of stale
reputation will be sent into the
county at soon a date cpn be ar
ranged. They will be assigned to
some of tie meetings already an
nounced or those coming off later.
Two or more o the following
gentlemen will be present at each
meeting and address the voters:
Messrs. Hales. Iluckeby, Temple
ton, Denton, Church, Douglass,
Ruble, Armstrong, Spencer and
Ross. The meetings wiil be held
in the evening at S o'clock.
Sprague and Altona, Thursday,
Hume and Shawnee twp., Fri
day, September 30.
Annie 15 Herr to Jeviab Clips'
37 a.res section 19 East House:;
Rose IJartz to II W Sharplcssj
taact sec 14 Kockville :ox. J
W II II Duke clilto Jos Lis
cher 1 acre section 33 Deer Cretk;
N II McElroy to V W Hancock
75 acres section Mt. Pleasant
II II Harshaw to C E Daso.i i
a sec 2j Derpwater $'-5. j
Jennie A Gc jgh to G W Alien j
pt lot 11 lot 12 blk 40 Rich ll.'A
Jas Allen to I DOlmsteai ht
241 A. pt let 241 Adrian :.co.
Newjca Mccre to Geo Meyers i
10 acres section 24 West Feist, j
J M Carlisle to F A Seiferlicg
120 a sec 1O and 21 Pleasant Gap,
D W Koontz tn J B Mathews 53
a sec 10 Spruce $1500.
S A Briiihart to Susan Erillhart
Rockville and Crescent Hi", j iot x blk 26 Rich Hill S330.
il CAR OF
to arrive this week.
It is going up every day. Buy
now. Don't put off till to-morrow
T7hat you can do to-day.
Globe Flour is a dandy, and
don't you forget it.
j JUKES' GRSH GROGERY
Tuesday, October 4.
Hudson and Burdett, Thursday,
Double Branches and Merwin,
Friday, October 7.
See posters for particulars.
Committeemen of each township
will see that all necessary arrange
ments for meetings are made.
A. L. Fox. Chra,
G. A. Delamater, Sec.
Mr. and Mrs. lien Hand ami little
daughter apent Sunday with C. B.
Ward and wife, near Sprague.
August Hot'iwr ha aold hi fine
driving borne to a borne buyer from
Tenneam. for f'.K). He alto cold a
young mule to the same party for
fO. August atayedat home Sunday.
We bear that tiabe I eonvak-m-ent
We have minted hi 'grab'' the past
U week a.
Grand ma Week of I'.Kh 11111. i-ut
lat week vUItlng Mr. Henry
Glen Horron writes homo from the
Horn Itan'n, Wyoming, ot a uo
ceiwful hunt In wh'ch he killed thrw
deera. Glen wouldn't kill audi small
game now u the MUwouri qunll or
Mr. and Mr. F. IVnedlct sveiv out
i the subscriber to r.c
on Burnett crevk Sund.vy paw-paw
huntiug. They stopped ut I'ufle ; benefit of the psrer.
iae.eat ana left liim a supply.
L. I'. Cottou, from the county
eat, wna oa our atrveta Thurtnlay. j evcr -e wants :'. i-.oyf.
He waa jut a friendly an ever, not ; ptr -e cor.tir.ut J c
A I.I, lw r. . . i;rl, t I
IUO IVUUIJT ViiptlUl. ! "
W. ML. Wheat ley aolJ 1-J head of! A.I lack sutscnptisa to
bojra t Mr. Stwi vt Klcli HIU. at , Ve paid when the paper is s'.oppeJ.
5.10. Ho nUo ald :) b.-ai to Mr. j , o,, .,, .,.
1 VvWiU v0 sfcPfc i wSfc Na -
Subscribe Now (or The
ruulJ of Sprague, at 3:ir.
A in brow an J KJ lViuiyre Wl Sat
urday for a week'a outing- at the big
fair la St. IxitU.
Mm. Henry liooHr and sun Henry
Jr., and dauKhter FrWa.and Grarul-
nia Wevka. Wt Saturday riionsiiii;
forafewdnya vllt at Moundvlllo.
In Vernon county, wherv they will
attend a Mlwiun I'eat in Suuday.
MliMtea Utile and I'.niina Klni; and
brother Will, attenibnl thejotnui!
mler-M Inter wedding at 1'rnlrleOty
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The Bates county Teacher's as
sociation will be held at the coutt
house in Butler, Oct. 6, 7 and 8,
1904. There has been an exten
sive program prepared. Supt. W.
T. Carrington will be with us Oct.
b and other educators of state rep
utation will be present during the
association. Saturday afternoon
wilt be devoted to Hoard of Direc
tors duties, etc. and we hope and
urge that all directors and others
interested in education will meet
with us on Sat. Let each one
make a special effort to be pres
ent and make this meeting a suc
II. O. Maxkv, Supt.
Mo. l'ac Coach Excursions.
The Mo. Taciiic Railway will
sell you excursion tickets to St
Louis, any day now, except Fri
day or Saturday, at the rate of
j $3.85 tor the round trip. Tickets
(good (tUr&isg 7 ji).
Lcuisa Hall eta! to E E
100 k se; 14 Lose Fak Sr. j
S J Requa to Fanaie Gee lots 11 j
A; 12 blk 42 Rich Hill S:30. j
Susan Briiihart to Albert Mcrris!
lot i-blk 2b Rich Hill Si 30. j
Mcttie Lyach to S E Ogien lot 1
9 blk 41 Rich Hill $250.
Geo Tempieton to S E Ogien
pt lots 7 blk 65 Rich Hill $20.
W F Mocre to C L Mocre So a
sec 24 Spruce $icoo.
MI, Ceok to B F Potter lot it
blk 15 and lots 19 and 17 block 17
Bates county Bank to Bales Na
tional Bank 160 a sec 3 Mt Tieas
ant pt lot 1 blk 10 Butler pt lot 4
blk 1 Harpers sub Butler So a sec
23 & 24 Mt Pieasast 40 a sec 14
R A Batchelor to V E Lawsoa
100 acres section 25 Deepwater,
A II Lcyd to C II Hutchias lets
3 & 4 blk 32 Arrsoret $23.
C H Hutcblns to James Strait
lots 3 .t 4 bk 32 Ac:cret 40:
Farmers, Poultry Raisers and Fruit Gro n en
w wh to t:: you. ?.re a sent f r AXTISIIPTLVK.
Ivo i ..r;-r. ! - .'.:Zf.Zif &l W.i iT--M-rT r. J".; rz ;-.:-try
ho"--. St k..'.i sal i..rvv-rr t- sscr ; t'. n Z - t'yl
Lol-ra: h'.-t prTenti iwrMv of -.-ittj, U.z ai-i i.-r-.
Ciuarauretnl to f-rr-at rt ca 'L'.zs'-t. i.-r
T.-:n.-::. uu 1 &A tlx:?- i.;."t t.o t' Kvtr.ij-r
fnlt t.-"- -k.'.a Autirptlne rs t - .' "
w;tb v or-.:!. or '.s-U. I'1 b-:gf at i f-t'. ii f ir-r.t Anti
eptine. C l ca-1 th ? : ar.'I cL-r: r.
We have no Jei.re ti keep any
sattcribcr ca cur list who diti t.j:
Williamson & Montgomery.!
We are neeJl-:
Jluii Arr n'tJt q-'A .r-
' io-Jilr asrt by iir'ti Ly
part of tire country, c.i p(itcre ar j
Pfttlns abort en-1 stock watr Mi Edaa Jen- ai icAl
! w twitiey c'.l at tin Aver Loir.ts
Ile-i'ja iit l V m Lou!ai are 1
bot!i isakinjr preparation 1 3 b-iUi ra Joae. oar 1
nw Ii.ju :joa. iaatrr as J :-jre k: :
p:sc:;ca. va.ue a::.;
We re'.y or
Joe 'livn jvr aud w if .. wen. tra-i'lss
with r.k-h H:il nstfrchaat Friday.
W mw W:.;.:i ;.::'. f "M Hill,
driving throaslj t!:U f-art of the
country S:ru ly.
;.-i!;J..-r Br.., have tra
i t t'..-.' M-.Tr::t j.r ;-.T'.y I
T!u4 c n :.t
I '.V::i. La
s pa-! . . . . , . .
5a !li.:h HUL Ue U
t-U wei-k. Mr. J a-J tiu-S.T
fV .-J I":-;', Wu W l.l lr i;.i4e-.J.
LJttle Kru-KiS IU-k" v.u! jt;ttv t.ad
5y t-y I.ULb truio a lior
j i"r:;ak V.'a liZ a mvt
t.i'.r:!! asa:vrary It Jiat:-. a
tn-sit aaJ sh-.-rt pr.ri,?.:j S-z !.ty.
-11 f.rv.-u::.J. 1 r.il'..:. r;;tj
;!n tl. Hill .a.-;r :..y.
t X' !-uy C'iX- Mr. Jo. I'-ju.iI i w f?'.ZZ :s
Ker. Ar.j.-vir rv.Uja. Saa-
a i ... ;u J tl
2 -y. IT
rvliii.'.ve-' ou 1
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K. lVa-a i cVrtr.i::-
t O. KWsr.- ? aad !:i:-.".:t :'ti 1 hi r trothf r. Jau Usr. XV d.i
-svitti ;,, lijj an J taial!y: not k-ra uli.rj vi 1'
U. A. It. Meel'Bif.
There will be a called meeting ct
Gen, Caul y Tost Ko. 10, at the
Tmbcne ctlice to-morrow, FriJay,
nijjht, at 7:30 o'clock, to consult
Over some l'ott matters, at which
all members are requested to be
present. K. L. McMrmas,
Start aa Herb Garden.
Fortune In sJluaenjr, Golden
Heal t.ot Heuec. all TiilualU nn-l
WaJ plnnta. llanlly grown and harsly
throughout th t. S, Alway a
rrdily lanrki't huiI ili iiiniiJ lucnaln
UiMtiu in your carJi'ir t; ;rov
thoutuoula t( dollar' wcrtH, UV
mU rHif and tI. riant la tall.
llMkl't and ruHiialnp ti'Hin jt a'.l
about It V. 'Ht tMlay.
lVit W.. J01 Uu. Mo
aio'.ith since your ljt pi;;ent to
the date jou order it stepped, and
enclose that amount in cath with
your culer to step the paper.
NValnut Street M. I'-Cburrh, );j:si;lr.
J'.ai IK-t'ull h I; a a etc new
vi!'!. w.-tt-.l t.ujjj.T ft&d I s;o
prjarfd to rU'..J oinlortubly aa I
There will be set vices at the! AWioun;.
old s.'tr.Ti j
Walnut Street M. E. Church next
Sunday, as follow:
At it a. m. the paftcr, Rev. C.
C. James, will pi:.'. At 7 130 p.
rr sermon and sacu-s tr.tal ers:ce
conducted by Rev. L. V. Andes
son, P. I-.
Mr. McKwf fcSt.T !ro; ;vtj lu 1 1
;cai a few Jjy, at L it tw: K :a-0.vy.
'.tt .: I w UV ntti'i. il
I.S.' r Bu:U r.
Frier.ds and subscribers t- t': .s
paper will confer a fjtor tpoa cs
!ly orJer'i's t'.ttr ltl notices
1 ,- l;.vw jitivl v arv tas!u
tl grvat t-p:;l..ti thU wvk. pru.uaia tai paper. I fcey eta
Pi-rt M;irt::i. or of t'.U'h lill!' ' tlua ee for thetf.selves whether t'.:e
iu.M.la.u r.1.i.rvlv ,;,,r, r.ol;t e C9,ct of p
nut iur w iy S ri i.sy. 4
130 p. in. ;uaiter!y
Sunday School at 94 a, r.i.
Junior League at 3:30 p. is..
Kpworth League at 7:1x1 p. r:r.
Prayer mcetii.j ThurJay S: 00.
Special lUtea l Mo. Faclnc Ity.
Kansas City Karnival October
id lo ;th, good to leturn Oct th,
on fara round tr:p.
Kansas City horse show Oct i$.
to ajd, one and one third fare
K. A- L!ji:lV, At.
I tn prose Your Drchartl.
If jou waut guud liU.t UrCf, I tf'
ry lilni'.t cr auythii; sUe in the
Iruil line you can pet it f:c::J I'ave;
Cor.lev, agec.t f.?r .S:aik l:o. Nuts-1
ery and Orchard Co., Lculaaa,l
Mo. He will sell sou Black Den j
Lais apples ns giKd as the I t !
and lor ti.is section a little t et:c:. :
E vets toby knows Iave C'vr.ley. i
He hs 1 ccome the t.-.d ty : t
coir.mun.ty as r-jjeat for frud trees. I
And Stik Uios. Nuieiy Or-,
ciiaid Co. have a reputation U.l t I
a guataote lvr what they sy, j
They ate now making a pevia'.tv j K t
of the Black Ben Iais apple wSicht ,i
has the end.iinent vf uia.'.y vf t'.-.r S j
Utet ud best lioiticu ltu tt in)
the country. Give your oulrtstoj j
Are atrisi daily. Our tsro bevers have beta
:sit t:,t fist Si., is- Lave
cr FALL FUKCHASCS
r..Cit ccr. p Itle itc.k cf
lib. izdZt the
Dry Goods, Furnishings,
Clothing. Shoes, Cloaks,
ttx lrc-;ht to o,r ct). -i at csx.arkihiy
LUSV CAill PRICES.
Vic want to see you.