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And it U bett to pre
pare for it, anJ the way
to do it U to call at the
and get on of those
warm Coats or Furs be
fore they are all gone, or
if yoa need anything In
DrJ Goods or rurfcish
Inge foanj lady of thel
family that la the place
to get it, from a Hat to
a Shoe, tne best la town
S. L. AMES, j
rnoE KO. 1x6. :
Items Cleaned From This Locality
and Sorted Out in Sizes.
Dr. 6later'a dental oOce will
be closed hereafter on Monday
Mrs. Carl Gench is visiting
her parrnts, Mr. and Mra. P. li.
Ladc, at Sedaiia this week.
Mias Gertrude Cheverton and
ber mother hare returned from
a visit to friends in Kansas City.
v Ltat your Kich Iliil property
for sale or for rent with U. S. G
Frowell and g-fct in on new list, tf
Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Bucker
idjee have returned frnm an ex
tndd vNit to their daughter at
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Kennett
and children hare retarned to
their homo in Proaser, Wash.,
after a pleasant visit to relatives
Geo. W. poulter ha removed
with hi family and farm utock
to the place recently owned by
Marve Uutton, just, aouthoantof
Mr. W. II. Chancellor is re
ported to bo slowly recovering
from her recent severe illnp.,
which the many friends of her
self and huahand rmuidi their
charch will be fclad to learn.
W. W. Hurmws Is putting up
anew livery barn on tin corner
of 5th and Walnut street. The
foundation is concrete put in to
stay and the super (structure
will be of solid oak. Doubtless
W. W. thinks the building will
last as lone as he will want it,
but there is no telling.
There are four pastors of four
con k relations in Kich II1U who
auficiently resemble each ether
to be easily taken for brothers.
Kef. W. D. Chancellor of the
IVeabyterlan church, Ilev, C.
Ilunjjeofthe Lutherau church,
Kef. W. II. Hargrove of the M.
E. Church, South, and Kev. A. G.
Keaatof the Walnut St., M. II
Four Uioro gwntlenian1
It Christian ininixtora never f.!l-
d these four I utpiU i.i Kich Hill
and their Influence for goodwill
fcj fo't In ti ls community as long-
Slonry to Ieaa.
I bare a tew thouaacd dollar
to loan oa easy terms on good
II. P. Robinson.
Mayor Martin he been on the
i sick list for aoverat day.
Attend the revival meeting at
the Walnut St., M. E. Church,
We will (rive you the Tkidune
and tho New Idea magazine one
year for $1.00.
City Clerk Jones and daugh
ter Nita, were at Butler last
$200 to loan on pood real ea
tato security. Inquire of Geo.
P. Huckeby. 4t
Aunt Bet Neat was visiting in
the Keith neighborhood Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hanley
visited at E. Ileddens, at Bethel,
Saturday night and Sunday.
Prof. C. C. Woods, teacher at
Iteavley, visited his family at
Adrian Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. John Nightwine was down
from east of Butler last week
and rented the Loeb farm near
Keith. ... '
J. M. Wheatley and XL J. Mc-
Culloch, of Keith, were among
the witnesses at the county conrt
We thought Gabe received his
mail on the R. P. D. yet we no
ticed that he stood at the gen
eral delivery window a few min
utes tho other day.
It is a little lonesome in this
part of town since Mrs. Geo.
Copeland and family have moved
away. They didn't even leave
their house but moved it too.
. Wonder if a certain city ofScer
didnt feel like killing all the
dogs in his part of town when
some poor hungry canine helped
itself to the contents of the re
frigerator that contained beef
stek, butter and milk.
Mrs. Stida and daughter, Miss
Allie, returned Friday from
Polk county, where they had
been on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
John Ilensley. Miss Allie will
return to her home in Salida,
Colo., this week.
Chas. Hyatt, of Reno, Nevada,
was sD&King hands with old
friends in Bates Friday and Sat
urday, This was Mr. IF first
visit since leaving here twenty
years ago. He had been Rack to
Indiana on a visit and was on his
way home, leaving Sunday morn
ing. Ben Hand rode his gentle yel
low mare into town Saturday
morning, when tho pony turned
on her master and gave him a
kicking. He was standing close
to a woven wire fence and had a
very narrow escape. Although
ho was bruised und scratched
severely there are no very deop
Mr. Burkholder hauled in
from Keith the biggest lmdo
hay we ever naw, for Mrs. Noat.
It was a ton and a half and look
ed like a big hay stack moving
along. Mr. II. aid ho haw the
big wolf in the suburbs of Keith
which ha been causing ho much
trouble among the poultry and
so much fun for the hound.
Fteachlnf at Keavley.
Rev. A. G. Keast, pastor of the
Walnut Street M. II Church of
Rich Hill, will preach at Kcavley
next Sunday afternoon at S
o'clock. All are cordially invited
to hear htm.
Culd Weather Advice
to all 1 t Uwflw ot coun'' inl
coliW uu tli ctitt : ti'k'l-vtfl tln-.v
r-Hi)lljr k'Ht! t int-uii)inlit, consump
tion or ottur ii)iutitary tr.ii,W,-.
J ut n soon a tlm ronnh Miitr
trmt J'.t Hli Kulttinl'e Horvhound
Njtiiji ttie t(tu1irl cur of AmrrU'A.
r ,lf lU iuillf.
itw V. uo.i 1. buttle.
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r!!ird-Snovr Llnlracct Ce
Opera Iru Storm
Special Serf ice for Young Folks.
At the Walnut Street M. E.
Church on to-morrow (Friday)
evening, the pastor, Rev. A. G.
Keast, will hold a service espec
ially for the young people of the
Sunday Schools and public
schools. All the young folks are
urged to be present and take a
G. A. R. Meeting.
The next meeting of the Grand
Army Post will beheld on Sat
urday, November 2, at Labor
Hall on North Sixth Street at 3
o'clock. Let every old comrade
make it a point to be there and
hear the report of the result of
the bean supper.
Sometime during Tuesday
night sneak thieves entered the
clothing store of Beasley Bros.,
and helped themselves to a suit
of clother, a Stetson hat and a
suit case. Someone is evidently
going away on a visit.
Our young friend Joe Winchell
just like his father before him,
concluded to get married. With
this idea in his bead he took Miss
Essie Kithcart with him to Ne
vada last Monday and they were
married at the parsonage of the
Centenary M. E. Church in that
The groom is the only son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Winchell and
is in the employ of the Mo. Pac.
Ry. The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kithcart
and a very sweet lovable young
Joe and his estimable young
wife will make their home in
Rich Hill. The Tribune joins
their many friends ia wishing
them continuous connubial bliss.
We will give you the Tribune
and McCuil's magazine 1 year
don't feel well
II tso acperiora, but ntaay iafWtar.
Tbt bet trmttdj in th world for Iaii
rtion, Dyp-ria, Gh oq Use Stomach,
Sick lleadach, etc
KoB-eripInf, EUtnaUUve and Effective.
Eat eomvthing that don't fr wiUi '
you and Uke a Lea-Dieet and kow
aicly tby aaaiitt nature
Urmlu and dtllcioua.
At all drug?!, or direct on receipt e
price. 10e d Ke ai ontf,
lnist oa EfUirvg Lei-IXeet.
Each Ublet atampl "LrD.
fVepared oa! by
J. H. WACNtF COM? ANT
fort Mtd.oon, le, US. A.
Te eaar have m4 aealaeae taU&aJ
t a My aa ffe ae
nr rorTBT firms.
Mr. Geo. Wincmg':r and fam
ily arrived home Wednesday
from Indiana where they have
been visiting Mr. W's father,
i Mrs. Anna Li pe of Coffeyvilie,
Kans., visited Satmday and Sun
day with her son, A. M. Garri
son. Mr. J. W. Kern i nulling rT
his stock and preparing to move
to the Ind. Ty.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lowry vis
ited at Mr. Garrison's Sunday.
Mrs. Shahann, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Geo.
Hartman, departed for her home
ia Ft. Scott Sunday.
C. H. Kennedy and wife were
trading with Kith Hill merchants
Mrs. Geo. Ilartman has been
quite sick the past two weeks.
Mr. D. B. Kerns of Big Heart,
Ind. Ty., arrived Monday night
to look after the sale of his farm
Mr. J. C. Snockey returned
from his trip to Colorado last
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bailey vis
ited with their daughter, Mrs.
C. M. Hedges Sunday.
Mr. Adam Seelinger and fam
ily, who have been in the State
of Washington for the past year,
have returned to their Bates
county home over east of the
BY TLOW IVOV.
Harve Beshore and family
were visiting at Calvin Beshore 's
Bob Walters is getting out
lumber to build a smoke house.
Mrs. Hedge, who has been
quite sick with malaria fever, is
gettirg some better.
C. C. Pitchford is having bad
luck with his spring calves, hav
ing lost several of them lately.
Several of the farmers around
here have started to plowing
since the rain last Friday.
Win. Schapler ami family, and
Herman Schapler and wife, of
the Prairie City neighborhood,
were visiting friends ia this vi
Joe Lee, while working at Jno.
Starr's haw mill lat week, g t
too close to the saw with li s
hand and it struck him cutting
off the index finger on his right
I have two places of "J
acres each, and one pl. ro of
3 acres, ail fairiy wu, im
proved, to ell at ripht
$140 A lin' KtiH-k f;irm.
Good houe, t l.it;o barns,
windmill, tank and other
$25 per aero.
Tio northeast quarter of !
Sec. r.rt,Twp. S: K.ngt V,
IW ncresof nice smooth l.tr.d
Gum1 7 nxnn house, K''d
barn, 5 lots; a r.'tve lu.uo,
Farm of 80 ocr-s and up
at right prices.
'J. P. MOORE,
IMCMI KILL. MO. !
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c FALL and WINTER
t Men, Women and i Children.
Oar early order were -lac vrs! con'.. ;: be
fore the more recent aharp advance, wLith pets e in a
posit;',,, te, y,ir, j-r-jjey J- a, f;-r C3rj7 j--.
chi&os Will last.
Hens' Erowa Rilbtd Shirts, Fleeced, Drawer
to match - 25c
Mens extra heavy grey rilbed feecei shirts,
drawers to match - 50c
Wool shirts and drawer?, grey, red or trows, 1.QO
" " " " brownitbei, s-eclal 1.0 O
" fincy strife, drawers to ctcb;
StarKxittiiig Mills, mers' ncion suits
" " boys' union suits
A good heavy boys union rait
Women's !og full shaped rests
' drawers, good weight
" Setsnug bleached vests
" " drawers
" heavy fleeced union suit
Fine bleached union suit
Women's Setsnng bleached union suit
Star Mills Children's Vests ani Drawers.
A New Line cf CHILDREN'S CAPS Just
testify to the
TO RIDE OR NOT TO RIDE.
London Undtcidcd Whether It It CoeJ
Form to Uae Meter Ceb.
It has cot brn de-iJt--l hth-r It
J rood form or bid to n the motor
cl. Such a decUioa do aoi tu;ter
cce atom, but Lhe verdict will hire to
Tte- rnny aaJ the twojnny
tube ai-. cf. couree. quSie tmert. but
that must be bcu the bibo.tTe
takt a to uning them. I:r-a. It hi
ta iJJ. UiaJs the tortuce ot the
hanom when he c!!ed It the fono;
Tet the dticheee of CJTcUtJ never
thought the lft!e Lord Si'.ltburr quite
r?rectble. because he droe ehoot
toa, eot In a ctvchnd ill. but.
he mrnilourd In toote of horrw. la a
brouaham. Herbert S;xocer did no
wor. eicvft that. on:nf a imie i.
torii, he )-.'tbed herje asd irlrrr.
All the ejutjatra tare e-.e tlae
or other to run the giuc'ovt cf the
Bieatore of HH-lrtr. The victory of the
renoy bu aa the graitt drniH-rat.
Ic tnutrjU ?Tfr on Vy the Krech of
bikhoia. For II m Ka&ed by
bovk an 4 cac4Ie but ao k-itf a.
rrnt. Vaa;l'rjr, h.-n he Wars.
UK 10 trwit f.e :ra:sht au4 tarrow
wat t.f lujoa a-vitty. ma camht i
by a UJy niu t on e t..ji cJT a "baa. j
"S:r," be aid. Vfa be carj ham-!
biy doo. 'iak care not to be aevsi
thrre as:t!a. c'.herw.te tb caa J
lr.-r ; r a utU'!iiaa la .v
W'ndo Claa Her Tt.
jwah ; afKiy tb architect -are !
of the hoi. uuj.-r cvr.t:rih-tKa, or
roiv.ajLt oa the t u.teitat cm-
Ih'jed," l J the wnsaa- "That all
ry aud I try to a; j-s.-iau t'jr
thlrjtu. too, but fc'tii'hi, I caa t $.t
try Uilad o J ie Jfti;! cvwrt.ia te
bmlJiuga. I aia Iwl at the Hal ,
cf pas la. j
The taJo la a houe aerra tv j
ne to tad'.cai B'.;.r th buiij:a
U c:-.-aj:y fjt v; ir t!;e rw.- if
li.e " u.if f u nr jo t
b late, touh tLit. of cwir, tsthe :
upetti r.:a:k 1 hcow tr-t; rettv '.
c.uh oteijihirt trd:ui ti.e i!rw- '
tut-e I lut. r jt,! to t Srl cla. t'oor
ia .ittr tand, lu;l- t-,
.!b a...si-u. 1 f.vl tlit sih ij H
am jf rt;. f. rut r ui'.a
aaj wr.hout are a;t in be ahodi. at ,
loat, 1 Ue sr ex;: t.a-
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IN THE TRIBUNE gets
accuracy of this
CN THE USE CF A SS STAMP.
Several Ccai Didn't Knew Ininat
They Are Intended for.
If you came into j-...i.. a oi a f.ve
dollar poeUfe t?rup tat woiill yt a
do with It? The five dollar fta.np 1
the hiefcest dton-tit!oa tti fnre
tseat tnaoufacturta. They are oo
at ail firt-cUi ot oSce. Jiy the
Kanest City Star.
Harry JUrrU. trcaiurer of the fH
o7.ee. s evhihUir.it a bundle i f tht ca
which tad beea rec tt4 rrccct.'y.
"Very tretty." iu:4 the '.sltor. "But
what are they vsl forT"
"Why. f .as, of cottre-co ait
lr. Harris tt'mdervJ.
"The we;bt Iin.it on tlrt!a fo
taje. ltkh tt the ipv-. tvtiy. tj ft ur
Iua."" he said- "At the ti!:;i4
rate tf two era', aa our.ee a fo.tr-
ilZi la !cnia. IVuIdi'l t te Ci
iol.ir tGi iterv. roulil ji 'i
"It u-.isht he u-J att thi!J i las mat
ter where the rate U ti cut t r
each to obc The l.mlt if '-;ht
oa tb; tlit I fi-ur t.o.! en-pj-t l!!
be ta the cs if a k." I
Mr. Hrf'. !:d m-e ti x:i-.iL ao4 a
certataej t&at the Uii. would ha tjj
we'a acoicthiaa- l:We S jHind In j
ordt-r to hk the ttvedot'.ar a'.ampw
"Hut. cf c-tunie, aaboJy wouM
te UvV by ej-r fsr iJ c-ut(" tv
rrir-i. "lrT;ivl if I know wtiil
tfcry use 'e:a fjr. Ak Ki-i.".:
Wi'Ct- Kr!':y, a!'.4at t'otn!at'',
wa ima'.ed aad he ct.kvi t; tte
e,-jert-. a t Jvi h Harris, the t
B.'er. the I". it. '-.Ua'l a
ba:&r4 a sjvsa. exe?; t that ir-t-y wi
la le txiat cffo w't-a the rxj
la: !-1 c'.:t1 for Uri caaci.at;oa
of viir to cver liiAl'.vr at out
anJtfr the t-conitas4 rt-
A tiie-dv Uir at:f.p. he a i a;
coua't be a:.icl f.r ci.il or t or
;a;rr of amaiter d-Bi-tuoa.:ott. Tha
Mr. IUn! a:iiji.aiJ A K. Mciir.
cl. f c!ik tf th i'jej 1.-o:- a.
"e ar'.t aivct l. it t'".i iH
fcr fur ue a i -.a;i c :.4
tuEitv-r. -.:! u fo-v !i c-UTt
4'.J Mr, M'J ir, "'The iie
s d,ub'e ttat d;-)f ta J
lua'.ur. The '.i:t-.' ' j ivCmi
I riav i;-':y by C'-j '' : ri-.
to kt J.'t r arwd i l. ; ' i i.'I
tU am . l:.rj At t'lil..!!
B-'.r to ti'e l-::."'